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Ilifi efW liAjWA liULUMTlIS, SATUHUAY, OCTOBER 18, l73
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
UKSKItVrR'n OFKICK, C'AIKOi IJl' 1
Soptcmbor ir., 10:11 p.m., 1
Marometsr, 30.08 deeroei1.
T betmometcr, (M degree.
Wind outh. Velocity 4 I,cr
Maximum tempornlurr lor last 24 lioiir,
MhUniumtemperature lor tlic l't'.M hour,
Prevailing wind for Inst 'it hours. ot.ih.
Total number of lutlca trave M by wind
derltijf I vit'JI Unuri, 11U.
Ktivf IN Ua1ilaNI,
Observer Signal Service, li. a- A-
nhnlj. Ilaruian. Cbas. Thrtipp
JOHN Q. II A KM AN V CO.,
CUM V KYANUKIW,
AuJ Land Agent of tlio I lltiola Central
uil Ihirllmrtoii mt.l Missouri Itulltoa J rum-
Norsls t'.ur. ulUtU ! !
Oder lor sale al low retires and eay terms
tbe following real estate :
.No, l-o lou In tho "illdKo llloik." run
ning through thu block, iroui KllU-cl.th to
Wlxteentb atreeta, nest rclilcnce properd
in Um city. lot a ami I U45. clt, Wash
lniton avonue, between 'I blrteriith and
Fourlei-ntli tlrecta, west title good two
tort d-velllng house on each lot Lota o
mil 0, a'ljnln'ng the last before named.
Lot 14, b ifcl, city, on hlxth aticet, south
Ide, between Commercial anil Washington
No -2 Lots 7 and 8, b3i. corner ol Four
tcentb and 1'opUr streets, front on Poplar
ttreet, weal tide, opposite post-ufllce block.
No a Splendid business building, rest
dence In second story, U rooms, ball and
trnnlaiid rear atalrway, wateronbotb Hours,
In number one coiiulliou: situated on north,
weal corner ol Commercial avenue and
Twellth alrcet. A great bargain If aold
No 4 Lot 4, b '21. Couiinercl.iI avenue,
between Fourth au l Filth streets. Iit 21,
b'il, on Washington avenue, between UltU
and Sixth streets.
No 6-slx lot In b 23, lit ad. High
ground. $4Meach on easy iiaynicntii.
NoC Lots 1 ami 2, In bo north comer o'
Tenth and Levee street. Heat buluc loca
tion In the city terms easy. LOU21. 22 and
2.1 In b 111, lt ad., south corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar street. AIo thrre lots iu court
house block, fronting on Poplar street.
o 7 UiU 18 uud lu, t 7U south aide oi
Twenty-tlrst ttreet, oplosile "Coin en
Mock" very desirable tor residence put.
N'oS Tenol tho choicest Iota, in block
?,7, lat addition, above tirade, beatitiiul real,
dence location, III be aold at a great bar
Sain. We call particular attention to this
propertT ai It will be aold very low.
No 9 That elegant residence on .Seventh
ttreet, owned by Capt. llurd, Itunllrv 7.'i
feet on Seventh ttreet, and running back
8o0 feet to Sixth. This properly 1 well
known lu tbe citizens or Cairo and vicinity at
one ol the most complete and convenient
realdencet lu the city. It hat all the con
Veniencet appertaining t'i a flrst-cl itshouic.
The grounds are highly embcld-hed with
tided ahrubbciy and Irult in abundance ;
carriage lioilac, tauie aim ouiouiiuuiK"rf
cU. Uwln u the removal ol Capt. llurd'
thl property will be aold at a gieat bargain
ou ey terin. AUo two lotou corner l bird
ajret-l and Mlttltalppl levee. The I.ivee
I'Uildlni;, formerly occupied by Capt. llunl,
Inb3 uhlo levee, "Sprlnlleld IJlock," lor
rent. .... .
No 10 An elegant realdenceVith roiirlot
In b 07, city lor 4le very cbeap II aoiil
toon MIkIi ground, and preiulet In a No.
No ll-A No. 1 cottase on rourth Mrei-t,
between Waihlnuton avenue and alnui
ttreet. Alo two lota runnliiL' from fourth
to Klltli atrecta very dolrable prolierty.
No 12 New two-siory dwel iiif in prime
order, on l.octi-t atreet, hl(;het gronnd in
the city, two Iota. Prlco 1300.
No 13 An cleKant realdence with about
three acretof ground, covered with all klmla
of teltet trult uud ahrubbcry, in .Santa he
for n.ile cheap.
a FINK CIIANC FOK INVK8TMENT.
We have loraale orb'au vacant and Im
proved property In all portion- ol the
-Itr Alan o.er ii.OOO acrcn of unimproved
land In Alexandcrand Pulaakl coun.le-, at
xtrcm-ly low llguret, and In tracts so w l
nurcbaaera. We are agent" for the 111 nola
Centrll railroad landa in ihls and Pulaski
couutlet Itil road lands not aold prior to
November next will pan Into other hand.
Now lti e time to imr, hae.
EUIOKANTB TO TI1K GREAT WE.T.
We are the amenta ol tho llurllnglou and
Mlaaouri Itailroid company, who Oder lor
in inw, ami Nebra-ka inllllolit of acred
ol the beat land on the continent, on ten
yearn credit. 0 per cent. Interest. Maps,
namp'.ili'ts, circulars and all necefaty Inlor
illation relative to tho-e landt aud how tc
reach tnem furnltbed upon application.
Call at once and xamlne for vourMves. Ap
ply to JOHN (. II AMMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee sts., Cairo, Ills.
Ju-e 7. IH73.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
KOK COUNTY OIjRHK.
We aro auttiorir.ix to aonounco tba'.
.Iacoh O. Ltscii will be n candidate for
EuiroK HuLLETIK l'loaio afilioutiee
my imuri m a eandulato for the olllco of
JntiN C. Ckowi.it.
Wh are authorized to announce JoaM'H
P. llAVtao.s as a candidate for tho oHlce
of county clerk, at tho oniulng Novemter
nloolion, iiibjei t to the iliclnlon of the
voter ol Alexander county.
VOU COUNTY TKKASL'llKll.
Wo are authorised to announce J o n n 1 .
Opm v as k candidate for tho oUlco of
Lmiok m The Hullhi.n You will
pleutu announce my name at tho people'a
candidate lor county traaturer, at the on
ruing November election. Intending and
detirinu to serve tbo people, 1 hopo n m
idi-Ltitl be thn nuonle.
8-20td William Maktin.
COUNTRY "aUPKKl NTKN DKNT
We are authorized to announce Mm. S.
E. Ilrown. of Tliutcs precinct, at a candi
date lor luparlntendent of ichooW.
1'j.ease announco mo at a mndidalo for
Superintendent of Public Instruction of
Mitt. P. A.Tatlor.
We aro authorized to announce Uixam
V. Putnam, of llazlowood, n a candi
dal) for county titperlntcndent of public
COUNTY COMMISSION EH.
Wv: aro nulhorized to announce James
U. SANEr.,of Clear creek, at a candidate
for county commissioner.
We am authorized to Hnnounco Allx
a v d a li C. Ilo&flEi of Unilyas a cn.
didata for County Commitiiotier.
IIati.no boen tolicitel by numoroul
votert of Aloxander county to become a
candidate for the office f county com
miialoner, I hereby announco that 1 will
be acandiJatu for that ot!lc;, al tho emu
ing November election.
Skvehe 11 MX'lilLbOK.
J01T1NOS A1JUUT J'UWiV.
Hivcrt still declining.
Probato court will convene on Muii-
Health of tbo city growing bettor
Municipal mailer moving along
i moot lily.
Vieiablei of every kind are pluuty
lu Ibia market
Tho Commercial hotel has "petered
out" gone up thotpout in other words,
Hiver men complain of dull timer.
They are not tho only men who aro suffer
ing far want of business.
1IYLAND & SAUEU,
AND UKALBUB IN
' CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVKHT DKSCKIPTION,
Uoroor 10th atreot and Commercial avenu
next door to the Uyland saloon.
U-16 tf. 0AIKO. ILLS.
AND DEALKIl IN
FP ESH MEAT,
Biqutii 8TU1BT, Hbtwken WABIHOT0
andCoumeboial avenu KB,
AdlolnltiB UI'ltBhonts tad HsBnr'k
KMP ine net i or neoi, rorM, nuwu -Lmb.
Smum etc., mi re prprM lo Pfcrt
(Succostor to Jamci Kynaston,)
BDTOniB ND PAL IN ALl KlNDB 01
CORNER NINKTBNTTI AW POFLAR 8M.,
u.,.. n4 aUtwhtera onlT the Wott cattle
aoira and sheen, and te prepared to Oil any
lemiiu lor ireauraeavs Hum
Uin tnnutann pounna
Ellis' new luibling on Comniercial
avenuu it "growinK" rapidly. It will be
a fine building, when completed.
The work of graveling the levoe is
progressing, and tbo work between Eighth
aid Fourteenth ttro'its has burn com
pleted. Tho next game ol bast-ball between
the KiverMdut and Nemos will come otf
at Mound City on Thursday next. So
we are informed.
Our public schools are in full blast
n u prospering. The attendance of schol
ars is good, and so far as it known every
thing is working nicely.
Candidates for tho tovural ofilces to be
filled this fall aru "getting in their work,"
though so far none ol them have iquand
cred much tnonfy in endeavoring lo mako
The scholars in the various colored
choolt ol tbo city nutcbur upwards of
ttireo hundred, and all the colored schools
ol tho city nro said to bo In a prosperous
.Though abatin;, there it considerable
sickness in certain section of Alexandir
and Union counties, and a number of well-
known persona aro roporlcd to havo died
A. largo number of men aro employed
on tho work on the premises of tbo Iiiino'a
Central at this placo. Tho improvements
to bo made will bn of substantial bent fit
t) tho company and city.
Tbo sand-bars In the Mississippi river I
opposite this city give steamboats passing
that way considerable trouble. The river
in the placo mentioned la said to be In a
worse condition now than lor yean previ
From one o'clock Thursday to dark
last nlglil tho only atearaboat arrivals at
this port wore tho steamers Jim Fisk, Jr.,
and tho Illinois. All of which U an in
dlcaiion of the amouul of businosa being
dono on tho rivers.
The Mound City 'Patriot' which
came to band lust evening, don't even
nention tbo fact that tbo Itlvonidos and
Nemos played a match gamo in this lily
on Wednesday. Why? Whore it the
b ite-ball editor of the 'Patriot.'
In Policb afiuiaTHATi Biru'b court
yeUorday Chas. O'Mean, Thomas l'endc
grass and John I'arren were each fined
nno dollar and the "Inseparables,'' for In
dulglng In a plain drunk. The two first
"paid out," but poor Parrcn wont to the
jug for thrcodavs.
Notice To partlu wishing to attend
tbo general c inference of the M.E Church
South at Charleston, Mo., on Hunday,
October 1'Jtb, Oroenfleld'i ferry will loavo
tbe Illinois thoro at " o'clock In the
morning, and returning, will leave the
Mliiourl shore nt 6 o'clock p. m., prompt
ly. A hack will lo vo Field's stable at
7 a. m. carryiny passenger to Charleston
and return tame day. 'Jt
11 ralt ft It not so good in Cairo as it was
,i fow days ilnoo. The prettnt warm weath
er It developing nut a little disease, Or.e
word of cution keep nut nf tbe night
Prom what no can learn them is little
or no morn tick tie n in Cairo Just now
than there li usually every season at lli't
time of year. Tho health of the city ii
genernlly good, tho intlnuatloni of tho
Sun ' to tho niitrary notwithstanding.
A kick wan, having in bis poitesiton a
hospital ticked dated October '.Ub, was
f iund early yesterday morning laying In
, n cornfield a short distance from the Sli
tters hospital, lie said that on Wednes
day evening ho started for tbo hospital,
butgavooul beforo he got there and lay
lown to rest, but when he undertook to
start again found that ho was unable to
walk, and lay down whero he was found.
All this time he wat without food or
water, and when found needed attention
badly. Chief Mcllalo bad him removed
to the hoapltal.
A colohJ'.u man wat yoiterday arretted
by Chief Ycllale and constable Martin
on a charge of obtaining money under
faiso pretenses. lie had been employed
by another colored man named Jines as
teamster, and waa set to hauling wood for
Mr. Dannie Davlne, with whom Jonct
had a contract to deliver a certain num
ber of cords. Night before last ho went
to Mr. Devlno and told him thai Jcnes
was In jtll and wantei ton dollars to get
nut. Yesterday morning J.ines came to
town and went to settle with Devine,
when bo learned what bis hired man had
done. He tworo out a warrant which was
given to tho officers aliove named, who
took him into custody, and lodged him in
Jail until tbls morning, when bis case will
bo beard beforo P. M. Bird. This is tbe
man who claims to have been robbed
night beforo last.
The niroRT circulated night before
last to tho effect that a man was robbed
by a couple of colorud men whllo passing
along Commercial avenue, between
Twelfth and Fourteenth ttreets, turns out
lo be all both. Tbo party who claims to
have been robbed was, al tho lime the
robberv it taid to bavo boen committed,
so drunk that he did not know whether
bo waa standing on his bvaJ or bit beelx.
At first ho claimed to have been robbod
of l I ; next morning ha on mo i o n, and
said it was only $4 that was takon from
him ; and lastly it wts iscortninod that $4
was just tho amount he hurt at the time
he tayt he wts garrotcd. But nobody
stole that $1, for be was seen lo havo it
after bo got homo. Not only this, butthe
party who claims to have been
YlHtiflAVs T "u !
-Ssin Fostor went north by tie after
rood train yesterday.
Sevoral prominent citizen of Mound
City woro In town yesterday.
Jlossrs, Rross, Ronnie and Oberly
will probably return from Spring II jld to
Prof. Denton arrived by the 'i. top,
m. train yesterday. lie I the guest of
Mr. 0. It. WooJward.
Mr, Henry Athlon it said to be Im
proving, and it It expected he will soon
be able to be about again.
Mrs, A. li. Satl'ord, Mho bat been
spending tbe lumuiir among friends in
the East, Is expected to arrtvo homo to
day. Judge HriMsis expected borne tblt af
Thn 'Sun' is always a eek ahead or u
week behind lime, .ludgo Droit Is not
uxpucted to ralurn before Sunday morn
ing. Somo one circulated the report yes
terday morning that Dr. Wood was dead,
a report which wts received with regret
byjivery ono who hea'd It. The doetn',
howover, was not dead, and uon inquiry
It was ascertained tbnl he Was if anything
hotter than on tbe day previous It it to
bo hoped that he will apecdlly recover,
nnd resumo his practice among our peo
ple, with many of whom ho it a tpecial
worth of boots and shoes to be disputed of
wittln tbe next siity da) at panlopricci.
Elliott & Uaytborne have them, and they
are tbe bod lot of goods of ibo kind evor
offered in this market, (lo and too thorn.
WANTEI) TO KENT.
Tao furnished bed-rooms with sitting
room and use of kilchtn. Address
Jt Hoi 845, Post Office.
We are receiving n consignment, a
largo lot of prime Iswa onions, which
we offer to the trade cleap, either by the
bushel or barrel.
HMMUt II ALL! day Hr.o.
Mr E1Tor Inasmuch is one of our
city clergyman proposo to deliver a torlo
of sermon upon tome of tho suljocls upon
whxh Prof. Douton it lo lecture, we
cordially invite the said clergyman to
join Issue with Prof. Donton, upon any
evening or evenings that a mutual com
mittee may solcct, cither durir.tr the course
or Immediately after, at Prof, Denton will
remain four or five day after Ibe close of
tbo lecturos, if desired for discussion.
LtDERAL Lecture CoMMirrt.
a or ice.
Cairo. Illinois. Octrber 8. 1673.
the firm ol Uavl Linton ha this day
dissolved by mutual consent. K. V, Davis
continuing the builnets.
Davis A Linton.
I cheerfully recommend my late partner
K. F. Davit to the old patrons of the Arm.
AT THE ATHElSMi I'M.
OCT. 17, let, III, i!0, '21, 2'.', 23, 24, 25, i!3,l!7
Admission Uont and lady to one lec
ture, tO rents ; gent and lady t ) the full
course, (4. ItctervoJ (eats fur full course,
$1 extra, or 25 cent a night.
Auliiiity of man illustrated by paint,
ings, etc --i 4waiV
Wornan'4 position in tbe lllble.
What was Jesus' Did he rle from tbe
Haci of mankind and their destiny Il
lustrated. Mineral, and Metals.
Prophecies of the llible.
Prajer in tho light of Modern Science.
Noah' Ark scientifically considered.
Tie Coming Day. oct-11-U
(i a an J Stoamllitlng on short notice,
Bros' Block. 0.J8U.
(In to 11. V. HIrUu's tor everything in
tho Steam and Outfitting line. 'J-'28lf.
Tbe barber shop n ou tho corner of
Eighth elrnet and Commercial avenuo
whoro J.leorgo Stlenhoiiso with Ms gen
tlomenly nssittants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your footings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and boad with a good tbara
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you are
turo of receiving Urtt-clas treatment.
Ladies' and children' hair cut or curled
after tho most approved stylos. i-lS-tf
Dr, Lavarty, homooopalblst phjsi
cian, late of Shawneotown, hat located in
this city and intondi making it his homo
Tho doctor conies to Cairo well rocom
mended, ana refers to the officer of tho
First National bank of Shawmitown, to
whom ho Is well known, Laving practised
his profottlon among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair tharn of tho patronago of
ourcitlxens. Otllre 1 40 Commercial ave
nue. 7 20-tf
NEW A I) YE KTJSEM ENTS
It IN K M A I'I'.VI KXTN
POHTV-'I MIIMI ttuort of the condition of tl.t
P I'im National Hank o( Cairo. llllli' H, al llic dote
of bmltwti Mpt li, 17.1
Iun and discounts SS't J 4?
Ovtnlraru I 237 V.
U. S. Ilondi to secure circulation ir,UM 00
U. H, bonilt and iccuriliei on
hind J.2V0 03
Oilier itscki, bond, and ruort-
gjcc tn.ICO 00
Ihie from redeeming and tt-
icne HM 3i,M H
Due from other national Lanka... ,W 1
Oue Irom banks snd bankers ... i,Mi t'j
K-jI eitare ll,9J3l
Furniture and futures 3.80 SI
Tasetpild ... 21 7
Current eipentct I, MS CO
l.'ath itemt, including revenue
ttsu lis 27 M
Premiums paid 2,0 T
Cath on hand la Currency 1S.V.1 21
" " coin..... ttl 10 10 173 Jt
KschanRe. Interest, profit and tost
I take this upporiuiity to inform tho
citizens of Cairo and strrounding country,
that I will rosurno my practice in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of December.
!).30.tf. P. L. William, Dantist.
Tbe Cairo Casino will give a social ball
in Washington hall on Monday evening,
November 3, to which all their friends aro
invited. Tickets $1, at the door.
.1. Kir.HLKK, )
P lUivi. Ciim.
10.15 i!t C. Weber. )
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each
feet long, 2 Inch Drain, '1 14 Inch Vluea
with fire fronts. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valves, Chiinnoy and
Brltcbln, all complete nnd in flrat-clas
order1: been used only throe months. Kor
price, etc., Inquire o( J. T. He.vnik,
(j.in.if. Vulcan Iron Work
By the Cairo Xurngonieindu for tbe
benefit of th.i MempMi sufferers, Tuosday
evening, October 21, at Phillis" ball. Ad-
mi'iion 50 cents.
W. P. KuciiEKiiicxca,
For (ias and steam lilting go to Hen-
nio' Vulcan Iron woki, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth streot. !)-10-tf
Wanteii. A lino Coat Mukorcangot
constant work and good prices by apply
ing at No. 2 Broadway, Paducah, Ky.
d&wtf Merchant Tailor.
320,7 i II
... 6,580 31
... sfi.ono no
... 123,147 76
State of lUttiols, Alexander county, si
llonal Hank of Cairo, do solemnly awcar ihnllhc aboe
itatemeni is true to me oeii oi ,uy anowieiue ana be
lief. CHAS. CUNNINGHAM, CatMcr.
('ubscrilxd ami sworn lo before me Ihis 17th
lay or October, lt.3.
II. II. CANDEE, Notsry Public,
By virtue of an execution to ma directed
by the clerk of the circuit court of Alexan
der county, In tho state of llllnol. la favor
of the First National bank ol Cairo, and
ngalnt Alfred A. Arrlck, 1 have levied upon
all of tho right, title and Interest of tald
Alfred A. Arrlck, In anil to the following
described property, tituated In the city of
Cairo, county of Alexander and itat of
Illinois, to.wlt: Commencing thirty-fir
(a.') teet north of the Interteeklon al the
north line or Thirty-second street, II ex
tended In the Flnt addition to eaid elty,
with the east line of levee ttreet la Mid ad
tl tlon, thence south on laid east lis) ot
Lcveo ttreet three hundred (300) ft;
thence east at right angle to ad latvei
ttreet ninety (IK)) feet; thence north parallel
to tald Levee street three hundred (309) feet;
and theneo west to place of beginning nine
ty (110) feet, together with all the building
and Improvement thereon aituated, a also
the right or aald Arrlck to tbe use of tn
ground between the above described laml
and the Ohio river, for the purpose or trantlt
and trtusportatlon to and from aald river,,
and all other right (aid Arrlck may havo
upon said last mentioned ground, which I
ahull offer at public tale at the southwester
ly door ot tho court-houie, In tald city ol
Cairo, on the sixth day of November, A,
D. 187.1, between the hour of nine o'clock,
a.m., and sunset oi tald day, fur c tab, to at
Isty said execution. Alex. U. Imvw ,
Hheriff ol Alexander County. IIHnole.
Caiiiu, HI., October 17. 1873. 10-17tlid.
T. X. KIMBROUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Tenth Mreof nnil Waablsstost A vesta
E3TAII klndt of Jobbing work done on
short notice, and in good style, Leave or
tiers at tlu sbop.
F. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial Ave.
Itoota and Hhoei made to order, and In
the latest and mosl.lashlonable atyle.
UOI1T. W. MILI.EK.1
E. V. Il IXIDAY, IKtectors
W. II. SIORitlS, (
robboil, It tno man wno was ar j (j1HB!f
rusted yesterday morning by Chiof Mc-' Chab. Buder.
Hale and Constable Martin on a charge Committee of Arrangements.
of obtaining money under falso pretonscs,
and Is now in jail awaiting a hearing,
which will probably take placo thl morn
ing. It is no doubt true that within tho
past w.'i'k or two several persons havo
been robbod, but it is not true that crimes
ol this character are of nightly orcurance.
About oue in thiee of tbo robberies re
ported were really committed. It may
alto bo true that tho polico forco is too
email to proporly guard against this class
of crimes, but tbo question is, if the roreo
was to be im reused four cr
fii men, whoro would tho monsy
como from to nay thutn their
salaries. No doubt the mayor and city
council wouli willingly Increase tho forco
to a duzou men it necessary, if tbo city had
money enough to puy them their wages.
MOUND CITY ITJiMtf.
AND DXALKB IK
khh KINDS OF FRE3II MEATS.
tjtar eor. TwenHetH ret HBtt 4'one.
Buy, and tlwghUra only, the bert OrttU,
NorieE to Pasiknqek' On and after
Monday, October Uib, an extra accommo
dation train will be run botweon Cairo
and Mound City, leaving Cairo at 8:30 a.
m, Returning, leave Mound City at 9:06
a m Parlies wishing to attend court at
Mound City should avail tbemselve of
this train, HotwELL Miller,
n, F, BimmiDi, , Superintendent.
Mi. Wu, Kiiliks i anxious to inform
bit friend and acquaintance, and custom
er generally, that don Ma owi fitting
In gaiter, fine boot and shoe. In fact
The following Item aro from the Mound
Cily 'Patriot: of yesterday :
The Woolworth handle works re
sutnod operations last Monday.
Circuit court it still in session and in
all probability will continue through this
week kiid next.
Ed. Uays left last Tuesday to attend
the Orand Lodgo of I. 0. ofO. V,, to bo
hold at Springfield.
Mr. Hurrott, tho new pastor of tho M.
E, Church tit this place, dellvored hi in.
troductory sermon last Sabbath. We
were unable to attend, but we bear him
very highly spoken of a an ablo and elo
quent spoakor. Wo hopo that hi stay
among u will bo both pleasant and pro
fitable Prof. Curtice will teach a singing
class In our city, If we will secure him
thirty scholars, Thoro certainly ought to
he that number of young peoplo here that
a course ol twenty lessons would greatly
benefit. Tho Professor thoroughly un-
derstand hi business, and at a teacher of
vocal music cannot be surpassed.
Mr. Jas, II, Owens, commander of tho
navv yard at tbi placo, died on last Fri-
day, 10th int., at 4 o'clock, p. m. Mr.
Owen wa ordered here irom inn iirooa
Ivn navy yard, and reportod for duty on
- fi II.. I.JI.
tho Cth inat. lie wa consmeraoiy inuit
nosed on hi arrival, and In four day
tlruo ho wa numberod with tbo doad.
Funeral torvlce were hold over hi re
main at tho naval station on Sunda), at
ono o'clock, Hi romalni were ent to
hi family In Brooklyn, f.lnturmoct.
Partie desiring the position of Secre
tary of the Chamber of Commerce are
requested to writo, stating torms, to II. L.
Halliday, president. All loiters mutt be
in the hand of tho board of director
previous to 10 a.m. Saturday, October 18.
By order of the board.
K. A. Hukxett, Secretary pro-tun.
Having boon appointed asilgnee of tl e
stuck ot millinery goods of Mrs. Anna
Lang, lor tho benefit of her creditors, I
will toll tho samw at public auction on
Thursday, Novembor eighth, 1373, at the
old stand on Klehth itrcot. Sale to com
mence at 0 o'clock and continuo from day
to day until all tbo good aro sold,
John II. Goi-rma.v, Assignee.
Caimo, October 18, 1873.
A clorgyman, whllo residing in South
Arnorica us a missionary, ditcovoroi a
sate and limplo remedy for the euro of
nervous weaknots, early decay, diseases of
the urinary and seminal organs, and tbo
whole train of disorder brought on by
baneful and vicious habit. Great num.
her have beon cured by thi noblo remedy,
Prompted by a deairo to bonoUt tbo a).
dieted and unfortunate, 1 will tend tho
rocoif t tor preparing nnd using this med
icine in a sealed envelope lo anyone whu
noeds IX, fr if charge. Addrost
JOKEI'U T. In MAN,
Station D, Biblo House, Now York.
August 'It, I yr
First lecture is on Friday evening, tbe
17th Inst. Lecluro to commence at 8
o'clock. "Prlraltlvo race of Mankind
Illustrated by painting and portrait.
TlokeUcan bo had at Hunnon', Rick
Hr.v. H. H. Thaysk is now preparing
sermon upon tho following subjects:
1st. "Who Was Jesus," historically?
2d. "Woman's Position in the Biblo."
3d. "Tho Prophecie of the Bible."
4th. ' Prayor and Modern Sclonco."
Cth. " What U True Huvolatlun ? "
Cth. "Noah't Ark In the lightol HI
tory, Sclenco Revelation."
Tho flrt of tbee discourse win uo in
llvorod (D. V.) Sabbath evening, Oetobir
2Ctb. The othor will follow on the uc-
coedlng Sabbath evening, Mr. Thayer
will alto iirenare and deliver a sermon on
the fact with reference to tho "antiquity
of man." Thoo lubject will he treated
fairly, candidly and thoroughly, in tno
full light or modern jelonce aud dlicu.
ion, the object being to correctly aicer
tain 11 what I truth."
From Mr, Thayer' wojl-know and rec
ognUod ability it cannot be doubted that
he will handle theiubjects above referred
to in a centlflo and U'gM manner.
CuANDKLiBM, Bracket, PeudaaU,
Globe, oto. for aala at prloea thai cannot.
beat, by 8. F. Blafco, sire dioci,
1 will soil mv euliro stock of wall paj
por at cost aftor to-day. Two of tho best
papor-banger in tho city at the store.
Try me. No. '1 Soventh streot.
HMO-lf H. Aiu.r.
For Sale Cheat. Ono span good,
young mules, also a double wagon. 111
sell tbnm together or separately, hnqulre
of IlusE, Loomis & Co.,
tf No. CI Ohio Lovee.
For Sale. Two dosirr.ble lots No. 7
and h, block 70, cily; corner of Tenth and
Walnut ttreets. Will bo sold wllli or
without tho bntisu on lot 8. For partlcu
Ian, etc., apply to
10ll-2w .MATHU5S Si L'ul.
Dr. W. It. Smith has removed his of
fice to tho eocoud ttorr of Lout florbcrt's
now brick building on Eighth streot, be
tween Washington nnd Commercial ave
nue, whero ho has nioro comfortable nnd
commodious quarter!. H-10-tf
P. Fitzgerald at his rourns, corner
Fourteenth street nnd Commercial ave
nue, offers for salo Guinness' Porter J.
Bass' ales and pure Hcnncssy brandy,
and tho gonulne Azgotturo bitters, all
tlrt-class cholera cures. Try thi-m
11. Jovra, fashlonablo boot nnd shoe
maker. Cork toles, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest improvements in tho lino of his
business. Only tbo best ana most com
petent wcrkmon employed, and all work
warranted to bo llrstclass in overy rospect.
Shop on Commercial avcniiK, ni ar corner
of Tenth streot. Hi-7-tf
JCT received at Killer's, Twentieth
street, betweou Washington avenue and
Poplar streot, tho Quest Fronch calf, pat
ent leather anil Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect lit and satisfaction as-
ttired. Any poraons in need of boots nnd
iboct should call on Elder', examine bit
itock of leathor and leavo their nrdora,
A N'r.w EsTKiirRim, Dr. B. F. Field
will run a lino of hack botwecn Cairo
and thu terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
fc Vexas railroad, making two tript each
day, leaving Cairo nt 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2jo'clock, p. m., making olotu con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for passongors or baggago should
bo 1,-1 1 al Field's stable, on 10th street.
Wk need not remark that tho oystor it
a good thing to havo In tho house j every
body knows that; but It may bo necessary
to say that the belt oyster in the city
may bo found at the oystor saloan of
Amandin Jaeckel. Ho has ulted up
rooms in flno stylo, and has made arrango
rnont by which ho will be able to obtain
dally lupplie of fresh oystor, which bo
is nreiwcd to dish up to customers in any
manner. Call upon Jaoikel and try his
OEl'OrlT of the cond.liun of the City National
1 tuank on airo, at rairo, in the itat ol Illinois al
clots of butinets .et. 1:1, IST.'I.
I.nam and discount! U!fi',l 73
U S. bonilt to secure circula
tion nxi.rmo on
U. S. bonds on han't V,,M 0i
Other atocki, bonds and mort
gages 4,'i?& 7-1
Premium on lionds .I.lii on
Due from redeeming and re
serve scents i 7 V-1 I I
I'ue from other national bank- :i,'JH
I)ue fiom itate hauls and
uanl-rt MM is 3I.9U8 :o
UanVin2 home .lMai
Other real ettate S.miO 00 SO.OfiO la
Current espenses 4 'J11 nt
Tasesnald 1 aot 6.301.10
Hills or national bank! 'J.:' uo
Ueal tender nolei !W0 00
Kractlonal currency, (Including
niKcis;. ..... ...... u,... . -
!-IvrC n.ii: Ul
( kecks and other caih Items.
Tress. I S
J Oft 00
4 1.WO 88
Canital itotlt tiald In HO.mil Oil
Surplus fund OU
Kxchange 3,071 &
Interest - 81
rrofnand loaa .. n,V! M 1,7s7 87
Circulation oumandiiig no.uisi 00
Dividends unpaid M no
Oue to state banks and bankers. TV'-l H
Deposits .. J,WJ M
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss,
I, A II hAFKOItll, ca.hler of the City Na
tional Hank ul Cairo, do solemnly swear thxl the
above statement Is true to the best of my knou ledge
A. II SAITOIH). Cashier.
Bubscrib-d nnd sworn to before me this 17th day of
II. 11. CANDEE, Notary IuWlc.
It II. CUNNINGHAM,-)
r.. I). WILLIAMSON, Directors.
II. I. IIALI.IDAV. i
Central UuusB-On Sixth streot be-
tweon Commorclal and Washington
This house has recently undergoiie thor
oueh repairs, and ii now in flrtt-clats con
dition for the accommodation of the trav
eling public. Hoarders accommodated on
reasonable terms. A share of patronago
i solicited, Man. T. N, Gaitnit,
Admittcii Ubt. Dr. 1'rlce' Croara
Baking Powder is universally admitted
to bathe bust in uso, and having used I
for a number ol yoart we have no hesita
tion In adding our testimony a to It mer
it. There i nothing deleterious In It
composition, an important conldorallon
in vlow or tho numorou preparation put
uoand palmed off, without considerations
i to their effect upon the hoalth of tbe
oon.umer. Dr. Price' Special ilavor
log, extreotad from tho fruit, are really
tba moit denrablo flavors we ever men.
oiiio i.r.v r.
Hutuinm Fourth anil Sixth S'.ri i't".
Littrpool New.Tnrk abd rhltadelpbu
caosa eoaraact trnra rarrao rrsTM samta
For Osrrjlat; tbe Mail
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvavata oasutiri
VPFLY TO JOHN O. DALI, AaT
16 Brotdtrsy N. tort, arte
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SUM,
(Buoosssort to Joha B. PblUU,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Stc.,
AO E STS FOR LAFL1N AND BAND
Ooa. Tenth Stkkit aiio Ohio Lith
J. 0. MATHEWSON,
And Agent for
lUr..ar) and DuroKT Powni Co.,
Tills house havlnc recently undcraono
thorough repair-, aud addition nf inoro than
twenty good nzod anil well liirnlshed rooms
haling been aiided to it, i now prepared
to accommodate comfortably at least one
liuni'rcd gucttx. The table la alwayt sup
plied with the bent thu market affords,
perved up in the most approved style.
Terms reasonable. A tharo ol patronago
solicited. U-113 tt
ADMINIS TltATOU'S .SAM.'
of valitablo lerry prhellge with good ferry-
tioat, at I'atiiican, ncnuicKv,
Oil Mituruay, wovpiiiner io, ai tno iiottroi
I'i in.. :it tint lorrv I:iiii1Iiil' 111 I'.nlur.ali. Ken-
tucUy, wo will m il the terry privilege (liav-
lug uiiotll n years to run) iieioncing to me
lute V. uareii, Tlio Illinois antl boiitiieasi-
em railroad crossini:, at this point, makes
this valuable prnpcity. Tho boat Is nearly
new. and has Just undergone thornugli re
palm. Ituns ten mill's an hour sgilnst the
Ullio curreill, anil larKO cii'mikii muo an inr
buslnert. On rame day will sell othor prop
rriv too ntinioroiit to mention. Terms. ;l,
it aud I) nioiitlis, with good auvlirlty with In
JtOIIKltT AND HENRI IMftKX,
Adin'r ol V. Oiiien's ettiite.
1'anurAii, Ky., Ortolier 15, 18711. 10-ltf til
WAKD & KODKItTS,
Dkalch m Window Siiadm,
Wall PArKR, Pukk Whitk
Liad, liiNSKKo Oil
Sl'IRITS TUKriNTIKI, Olub
SnuLLAC, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Watblngton avenue and Kloventh street,
NEW YOllK STOxth',
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUQKST VilliTI T00 IK THE OITI
OOODBSOLD VKUY OLOSB.
Otirtser vrNlntitssesilh at reel aitil Vow
ttterotsu simi u,
C. O. PAT1KII
WHITE & CO.,
(Successors to L. JorgtBMn,)
Staple and Fancy GnocRiw
DOOTS, S1IOKS, Ac.
And In Country Produce of all kind.
Coi ner of Twentieth ttreet,
KWA supply of choice butter from north
em ilalrli a cniista tlv on hand.
YOU WILL HAVE
OTJH TXTJil W
WITH PATEN FOOT REST.
15 UNIVUIISALY ACKXOWLEDQID.
THE CHEAAEST AND BEST.
eiTT VATioxiL bank nuttbuo.
srsp'elal attention raid le order from
steamboats, nl;ht or Hay.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SMIDEKOa-eoratrmatb .Wahwt i ,
oaatv-eoraer Blttr ttreet and OMo Uvea,
VERY EASILY MANAGED,
ECONOMICAL IN FUEL,
WITH AN EXCELLEFT DRAFT
AND ClUAUANTEED TO
CiVe Perfeoi Silifidion Snmrk..
OF ST. LOUIB.
C. W. HENDERSON,
l. iUw ly