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OOKNIR 32D-BTHKKT AND OHIO LKYK1
J. I'. JAM Itl.K
B. J. CUND1FK,
GENERAL PRO DUCK
No. 1" Kioiith St.,
OA I HO. ILLINOIS.
TUN BULLET US.
Offloinl rfiprrnl HirCIs? mill Cmiiiij
lullN II. OilKliL,Y. Killtur and l'ubliaber
TKHJI8 OK TUB DAILi i'ULLKTIN
One week, by carrier g
One year by carrier, lnadtai.ee 10 00
One year by carrier 11 uot piUl In
ailvance i2 00
lino month, by tnnll 1 CO
I'hreo montlia a bo
Aix months f,
Ono year p
TUK DOLLAL WKKKLY MJLLKTLN
John 11. Oberly ha rcituceit the subserip
tlon price ol tho Weekly Cairo Hullktin
to Ono Dollar per annum, making U Urn
choapost ptpar puMlmed In dotitliurn UHnol
Bending ninllcr on rwrjr pngn.
Ho.v S. S Cox has been nominntel by
tho Democrats of tho sixth congressional
district in Now York, to (111 tho place of
James llrooks, docoaicd.
It is believed that only about A, 'toon
thousnnd pooplo deep in tho corporate
limits of Memphis, and about half the
number aro whites and half colored
About ten thousand people louvo tho city
at night to sleep In tho country.
Tue "Hon. Joint" b'iing away from
home, wo tako occasion to publish tliu fol.
lowing from th.i rial no county 'Keglster':
Tho Cairo llULLKTI.v, alter beini; issued
as an evening paper lor a week, htnin
eotne out in tint mornlni;, and Oberh
Bays he "will continue to is,ilo it in n
mornlnc pnper until it becoino a bit
thing like thu Chicago ' 1'imui' or nliik
into Us little grave "
Tim lion John is mado of tho right
material, and If thu pnpln of Cairo tti,
not support him they di-fi-rvo in be "cut
fitr .y the MiKsisoppi iirul Mn Mound
City becomo tho metropolis of Southern
A Xihvillncorri'!pondcntof tho I.otlis
Tille Cnurler-Jotirimrsajs that the sixty
threo thousnnd dollars beliuiging to An
drew J ihnwin which was swept away mot
probibly beyond rocivery by tho Jato
panic, wu tho bulk of his fortune and h-ul
be-n inoiily snvml from Ins Hilary of
twenty-flvo thousand dollnrj it yeir, when
ho wan president. When it ii remembered
th it Mr. .lobnfon was no niggard in his
hospitality, that thero wuro as m my calls
upon it as there aro now on President
Grant's, and that tho expanses of living
wore thon us high, if not higher
thin thoy aro at proiont,
it is appnont th.it tho roasons
urgod for the lato extraordinary increase
in the salary of thu president lmvo no
foundation in fact. And Gun. Or.mt, with
customary indiflVence to tho indignation
of the peoplu nt tho talary g'rib, an indig
nation which has in no manner subsided,
now proposes another way of adding to
tbo emoluments of oi'Mntt members mid
senators. A special dWnalcli to tho Ml.
Louis 'Globo' says: "Tbo president In a
recent conversation, indicated that lie
should recommend, among other things, tu
congress that the Unif-d States provide
residences, either by purchase or construe
tion, for tho cabinet ministers, upon thu
ground that there aro expenses of hospit
ality, recoptlons, etc., forced upon such of
ficials which tho salaries allowed render
them unable to meet without pecuniary
loss. He will also urge upon thu attention
of tho states tho providing of oliicial rei
dences for their Sfnutors ut tho capital."
"We bellovo tho presldont, In theso sug
gostions, will mlstako tho tompor of tho
people. Tho poiitions of cabinet minis
Urs, senators and congressmen, are sup.
poted to entail certain social duties, but
wo believe also, that the i ilttrj of n of
these public servants, particularly since
tbo lato incroase, aro amply tuiiUunt to
moet all rtqulromcnti. And these require
inents are not imperative. It i. B nuitor
of choice whothur a cabinet minister or a
eonator shall give dinner parties, hold ro
ceptions or otherwise ontortain, on what
seal. of magnificence or dUplay he shall
do so, or whether bo shall observe a strict
social retirement. And bli choieo is also a
personal and private mutier,
entirely distinct from bis du
ties as a servant of tb pub'le. Jlr
Uoutwoll, when serotary of thu treasury,
boarded at a hotel with h'is
wife and daughter neither ox.
tended nor accepted bospUllties
socially, at,d except among n fuw Wash-
Ington gos.lps the fact was neither known
nor commented on.
Kxcontto dalisfy the grasping spirit of
government officials and gratify h loyu''
for display, altogether foreign to the once
cherished idea of ' republican timpl city."
tboro Is no roason whatever why the pt0.
plo should provide residences at Washing
ton for cabinet members and senators.
To do do so would cost millions of m my,
rail invidious distinctions bdtweon sena
tors and representatives, or necessitate the
tuildlngof resldencot for tho latter alio,
and sflve tncouragnment to a species of
Hef strlstocrafij at open varlonco with
(Ii iplrjt, of ropubllcan Jntlltulloiis. 1
K1FTY-TWO Y HA 113' .SUHSOHIP-
Ifolii Ihoist. 1.0111a l(epllbllc:tli.1
The Mousing nolo was tucuivuu bit
' Glohos: K.v Apr & Co .
us.Mts; Your, pip r lnH Icon faith,
fully iloilvertd hi tliu ..unit r of .Mum nnJ
.tuiimtipiiy stroott fur llfiy-twu year
.Vc it. I ho Inst of the f.iinil v llil i!i.,r..
on Urn 22nd ol Inat month, una there is no
u mh k, rcHti mo paper. 1 llnd tilts
iiwiinui; iw.-niy-iwo numbers unopened
m the front Hep . Sei.d bill for llou.da-
,,un' . WADDIMIHAM,
Sr. Loum, October 10, 183,"
Hio 'Republican' delivered regularly nt
.... .,,i ,,,r ovor u oulury
Our senior well runciiiln
liam residence, to which hn nl,l u.,bu
visit", as carrier, forty-six years ago, when
oi. J.OUII Was H Slllllll Village. Wnat
wmugis nnu vicissitudes, what Htirint
uunrilt ..,,! ..I .1.... "
v.,..u migmy progress, have been
recorded on thu t)1Le i.f till In, in,,, I .I,,..
Inn tho term embraced in tho foregoing
nolo I " b
There aro tho wlioliko tosneor at tho
iipuiiiican sgu as a paper, and who do
ight in associating n long-ostiiblithed
builneas with tho Idea of decrepitude; but
the'Hepubllcan', just In lt prlmo of vigor,
Eml and enterprise, confesses to a soft
icoiing sun lor tho times and tho old
limo people, nnd it is not unpleaant to
"..-. !. i, i on nu iiro imoruicuj that in the
mansion nt thu corner of Main and Mul-
lanpny streets thcro is H room full ol
copies, cnreiiuiy itowed away, of tho 'Mis
sourl Itepubllcnn, running back Ilfty-two
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
FROM NEW ) ORK.
OONTRMIUTlO.NS roll M KM I'll I
'.w Yoiik, October 18 'J'hu stork ex-
hatit-n has contributed $1,8 10 for tho ro.
lief of tho yullow fever tutlorer?, nnd tho
produce exchange reports lubsctlpMons
amouiillug to over ?l,10o.
TUK POLAI.lt) AOAl.V.
Tho ' Timts in Its story to-dty, of tho
Polaris investigation, says that Mr. Mor
ton denies iibstlu'.oly he ever had
any suspicion of lul py u niu
death of dpt. Hall, or that lie ever to tho
best of bis knowlcdgo and belief told any
one ho had or gave any reison to suppose
ho had, when Dr. Hnll returned from tho"
sledgo expedition. Dr. lllaiol was em
ployed in tho observatory about two hun
dred yards from tho I'olarls.ns ho saw Dr.
Hall and party approach, ho ran down
and greuted and shook hands
with them and then returned immediately
io Mi work at the observatory. Dr. Hall
n.d p-trty enturod thu vessul, and nil par
ook of eomo cotroo, of which all tho crew
f tho vossel had proviouilv drank
Cidleo was prepared by the cook, and
itiven to the pirty by him, or Joe, or
Hannah. Tho prty were nil unall'ected
by tho c-oil'eo except Dr. Hall,
'" w" immediately atluekod
with vomiting, uTtor " which lie
fell into a ulntu of lnsensl'jtlity. It was
about half an hour ultur thu return of the
party, when Dr. llijsol wits summoned
iioiii th.i oluerv.itory, hu found Dr. Hull
tlrealy in a critical eoniJIion. W'lioo
Dr. Hall recovered from a statu of irisun
stblily, It was found his left tide was par-
iilized. I'his fact is considered by med-
ical men, In itself an absolute refutation of
ihu charge of poisoning.
Specie shipments to-day were 120,00
in silver bars.
There wm no bunk statement to-dtiy.
TJIK t'UNKKAL OK CLAKA MUNDT.
A letter from Huston of the second
insl. gives a brief account of the funeral
of Clara Mimdt, better known i s Duuite
Muhlb ten, which took place S.-ptomber
:10. Tho funeral sqrvice Was very Impos
ing, and was attended by prominunt liter
ary iditbrs and publisher of the city.
IS iron VotiHulr.iinvogul and llaron Von
ICoof, nnd other distinguished persons bL
ing present. Tho largo front lull of the
dwelling, to recently occupied by de
ceased, Was decorated with plant! and
snrubs, and in its centre on u platform,
drooped in black, stood tho colli n. almost
Hid by tho ilowora and wrwaths of uver
green and laurel. Kov. Mr. Sydor dc
livored a touching sermon. He (aid that
hu thought tho deceased had had her own
religious conceptions. She expressed to
him l'J yeirs ago at tho doalu-bed of her
husb'nd, Prof. Theodore Mundt, with
whom for 2!2 years sho lived in most happy
wedlock, her firm conviction of tho exist
ence of a future life, and then she ox
claimed In the deepest ol her grief "it
cannot be ot lerwlso."
Inquiry at thu different oliL'oa of the
principil steamship lines shows that the
foreign export trade was seriously threat
oncd by the llnaliclal panic, but that it is
iiu in a healthy condition and rates aro
nut materially uttered.
duo. Francis Train, who iirrlnd only
last week from Kuropo, having become
difgustod with the country.its politics and
Its people, sailed nway ag iln, leaving, he
says, forever. Col. Ulanton Duncan also
sailed for Kuropo.
All! Kelt MKMl'IIM AM) KIlllKVr.PjKT.
Tho Putt acknowledges tho receipt of
additional contribution amounting to
$525 fur Memphis and Sl) for Shreveport,
making thu total receipts nt Unit ollko
for both cities i 1,125,
ST, Kl TKTAL.
Some surprise having been caiuid by
tlio lallure of tbe proseetlthn to call the
now wituest, Mr li. nton, A-t. Disi.Att'v
Allen says the pro.eoutiori must lnu in
tended to call Mrs. Ilcntun. lluwfisjg.
norent, or pretended to bo iguoreu',
with what situ w.ts supposed to bu fainil
lar, and iiioreovir liar olmr.io'.or wat such
that it whs undesirable tu put her In tbo
AUIAVY. .N, Y.. Onlober 18. - Vl.rHhhm
Post's heme, t CUtsklll. ws eiiter.,,1 Uu
nlyht by six men, wli-ibmim! tho family
and robbed tho houio or cuntidfirable
amcunt of money, bonds nnd silverware.
TI1K CAIRO DAILY
. PROM LITTLE HOCK.
Litilk Uock, October 18. A Memphis
cigar nnd tobacco murohant died hero this
morning from what was pronounced yel
1 t . . "
nw levsr. uo lelt his homo a fuw day
ago to tscape thoepidemio.
Thero was a hoavy rain last night and
tho weather turned cool this morning and
nas ooon growing cooler. Frost expected
from Pino lllud' announces the donth of
Gen. Sam MaUory and (M. Arthur Hln
ingway from yellow lever. Uotb wore
connected with the L. It. and II. railroad
Hoth men wore former members of tho
Fr. 6m "ofivciNiN a T I .
I. A 11(1 K FIRK.
Ci.sciNNAn, October IP. llartrcll &
Co. s Cincinnati facing company's shot)
in tho fourth story of ajtirlck buildlngon
.1 n . t . t.... t , . . . . . .
inu nur jusi ueiow .xewpori nridgo, was
consumed at daylight thU morning, the
walls of tho building falling In. Tho lire
extended to Khlur's pinning mill and de
stroyed the second and third stories. To
tal loss $l!00'0ti0. J'.hler loses 180,000 on
building and machinery, lns-.ired for
$10,000, chiefly in homo companies. Ilart
roll .fc Co, loso 10,000 '.n stock. No In.
suratice. Tho folding hat-ruck company
losu fi.OOO on stock. In. tired for SI.600
in the Woitcbtstr r company, of Spring
FROM bT. LOUIji,
St. Loi-15, October 18. -Tho steamer
Mury K 1'jo birned ut Daniel's Point
yesterday, was owned by Carter & Conn,
John N. Uuilnger & Thomas, and John
' t oe, and was valued at $yo,000. In
sured for $20,000. Cartor's i: Corm's in-
terest for $0,000 insuro 1 in Cincinnati.
John N. Ilollnger in Si. Louli companies
lor JO.ouo. Humainder unknown. Shu
lolt hero with 20 passengers, and 800 tons
of freight, valued ut kVjut $75,000. Tbo
frolght list was insured for $43,000.
1'art of tho cargo of tho M. E. Poo was
5 barrels of oil, which burst, spreadinc
over thusurfaco of tho water with a sheet
of Humes by which many were burno 1 af
ter leaving tbo boat. 1
l reig y.
I.iVEiii-ooi., Octobor IS. Tho ttenm-
hip Kti'sia, from Now York, and ilrown-
schmldt, from Ualtlmore, nrrived out.
I.o.sriov, October IS Sixty. nine thou -
and pounds of bullion woro shipped from
Southampton to-day for Now York.
Mnoty-six thousand pounds bullion
was shipped for Nw York to-day, from
London and Southampton.
Tho Hank of England has fixed tbo
minimum rate of discount at 7 per cent
Maukiu, October 18. Tbo minister ol
war has presented Gen. Sickles with u
sword made expressly for him at Toledo,
l'ho hilt is ornamented with the arms of
the Co I to J States, and on thu blade Is in
scribed tho names of tho battles In which
Genoral Sickles was distinguished.
Tho Spanish government hat made
complaint to tbe French government that
tho French consul at Cortugora offered
protection to tho insurgents Tho French
government promises inquiry Into tho
FROM MEM I'll IS
Mkmpiiih, October 18 Fivo milts
abovo Otceola, Ark., on tho Mlislssippl
rivor, and abovo Memphis, at 4 p. tn. yes
terday, tho Mary K. Poe was discovered
to bo on flro on her boiler deck. Tho
Haines gained headway so rapidly that
tho boat was run nt. a bar, and tho deck
passengers wero forced to swim to save
their lives. Tho clerk reports slxtyjflvo
passengers on board, of whom thero aro
,llu ch"'l'ldi "no cabin boy, ono cab-
"' Vn""B two lemaie ana ono male
deck pauengor missing. Pilot Hans Cow
an was badly burned beforo ho loft his
post, and several of tho paseengors woro
also badly burned, but nono reported se
riously. The Poo wat u large storn-wheel
St. Louis and Ked river lino froight car
rier. Tho City of Holona arrived at tho
hcoiio soon after, and rendored all assist
unco possible, and brought tho sum Ivors
to this city. Tho clerk of tho Poo, John
W. Poe, left for S.. Louis this foronoon.
Tho Poo was on hor down trip.
reported in tho lever, tin, ugh the mor
tality is not as great as expected. There
woro 30 tleatlis from yellew fever and 20
deaths troni other cases. Total 32.
ER"M SAN FRANCISCO.
LA 11(1 K C'ltOWI) OK EXCITE!) PhOPLK,
San I-'iiam'Im'u, October 18, A large
crowd of people assembled around tbo jail
to seo ii unitcu atates lliiintml Morri
would bring tbo crow of the ttinrise to
testify against hor captain, Clark. Tho
marshal refused to bring them out. Ho
will obey only on a writ of habeas corpus
ad toiiuco miu win then employ legal
measures to keep thu crowd Irom Inter
fering with tho proceedings,
Tho attendance at the groat four mile
running race-, at Oakland pirk to-dav,
was largo thero boing fully (,,000 peopio
present. Kvory indication shows that the
best lime was mado in tho first hcalt.
iECONu ll HAT.
In tbe second heat tho horses got a good
start. J oo Daniels won the first mile In
1:5 1 and Then. Slovens look nixt 3 miles.
Time, 7;30. Ilallot llox came in second
and Joe Daniels third. Irene Harding
largct and Kate (lift wero distanced!
Stevens' victory was received by tretnen!
don cheers. Pools aio soiling largely in
favor of tho California horse.
Theo. S evens win In 3 heats and takes
tbe first money. Time, 7:43. Theo.Stov
ens, tl rat ; Joe Danies, second, and Ilallot
BUbbKTlJN, 8UNUAV, OCTOBElt 19, 1873.
I.VTKRNtL ItKVKNUK RKCEtPTPJ.
Washington, Ojtobor 18. Tho Intor
nal rovonuo receipts to-day woro S'J0.3&fj
for tho month $3,998,05'; for tbe fiscal
Outstanding legal tenders $350,800,488,
Clkvki.and, October 18. Tbo Clove-
l.ind rolling mill c mpany, whoso month
ly pay. rolls nmount to nearly ono bun
drod thottsatiJ dollars, paid their men In
full this afternoon.
FROMs'll REVE il'O RT.
SiiKKVKi-onr, Octobor IS. Telegraph
lorcoallwoil WII Williams, 35: Dan
lol Savago, 24 ; Kov O B McCloud, 67 j
Daniel Ilrown, colored, 'J; Arthur Thomp
son, 53 ; .1 II Smith, 13 ; .Mrs V N Hum-
morty, 33; Morton Anderson, colored, 40.
J-.ouim-ii.lk, October 18. In thocasoof
M'jeks against McKlnney and others, for
tome days beforo tho United States court
bore, tho Jury returned a verdict of llftv
dollars damages. Moeks Is badly dlssatis-
uuu with such small damages, and will
FROM SALT LAKE.
Salt Lake, October 18. Tho First Xe-
tljnal bank has attached Saturn, Shoridsn,
Hellniing & Co's furnaces and Camp
riojrt mill. Work will bo carried on as
usual. Tho change in ofllcors Is Immeine.
Thoro Is an Immonce ouml'tv ol bullion
lockod up. Sllvor is now selllnL- at less
than seventy conts per ounco. There Is a
goncral depression In monev circles.
TBI ASH ItUNNI.NU,
Trains aro now running on tho llriit-
ham Canyon narrow guago railway.
MINOR TELEGR MS.
Montoomkiiy, Alabama. October 18
One death from yollow fever in tho past
"Washington, October 18. Presldont
Grant and Gen. Habcock returned this
evening from Toledo.
KILLED II Y A.V EXPLOSION.
Uanoiih, Maine, October 18,-Oco man
was killed and 4 others fntally Injun d by
a promature explosion ot a blast near this
Atlanta, Georgia, October 10. A
money order ciork in tho posl.olllco has
absconded, and Investigation shows a de
ficiency in bis accounts.
n m: ii.it. i
Philadelphia, Octobor 18 In
game of base ball between tho Athelctic
nnd Baltimore nine, the former mado 13
and the latter 0 runs.
In a game of bazo-ball to-day tbo lies
ton's mado 10, and the Mutual' 3.
Cincinnati, October 18 Hivor four
loot. Ught rain during day.
rAHlviLLE, October 18. Ulver roso 2
inches; 1 foot on shoals. Ileen raining all
Vicksiiuko, October 18. No boats
uown to-ilay. Up: Colorado and Para-
genu, v entlier cool raining.
-HEW UllLEANS. 18. No arrivals. I),.
parted: John F. Tolle, St. Loui. Clear
miu warm this morning, rain this oven
F.vansville, October 18. K-jlncd nil
nigiii aim cioaring this evening, Mereu
ry oil to 08. itivor stationary. Op: K V
Gracoy, Ftiyotto and Hoberts. Down:
Kureka, Ilransford, Hall and Ella Hughes
.Memphis, Uctobor 18 Heavy rain
this mnrninn: cool this rveiiinc. ltiv..r
doclining 2 inchos per day. Arrived:
City of Helena, St. Louis; James Howard
uairo. Ueparted -. Uity of Helena
icksburg; Jamos Howard, Now Orleans
1 he Julia leaves for St. Louis to-morrow,
St. Lotus, October 18. Arrived: I)
yenport, 0,uincy; Luke Suporior, Keokuk
uo prteu: juary Alice, Uity o! liuii
and Glencoo.Now Orleans: Kinnev. Vl.
burg; Dictator, Cairo; Lake Suporior, Kc
okuk; Mountaineor. Missouri rivr
Itivor risen six inches, with 5J feot water
to Cairo. Weather clear and cooler alter
a notivy rain nearly two days.
Louisville, Octobor 18. Itivor station-
ary, with zb inches in tho canal, and 'J8
incites on l oruanu oar. A steady rain
until 6 o'closk, and showery during tho
eveninu', with prospects of n heavy rain
vrrivni.i iiiuorai Duel, Ulllt'iniiati ; ,!
D. Parker, Clncinratl; Dove, .Mud ison :
. ....f. '...r, vim... ni tiirt- i IfOll
Htioll, Cincinnati : J. D. Parkor. (Jnu-ln.
nati ; Dove, Kentucky river. Tim Laura
IJ.ivlt win no up until a rise in thu river,
St. Louis, Octobor 18. Homo doll ii nil
oiiit cnoicu saiuautn.
Flour quiet and woak.
Wheat spring steady and 11 rm ; No 2
fl 02; fall firm and dull; No 3 nominal
at $1 31.
I.. ..! 1 .. I .. . ll --
Corn quint! No 2 mi xoil '11071120.
Oats dull ; No 2 mixed 31:i5y olevator.
iiariny uuii anu uncnami.-Mi,
Kyo iu demand nnd firm; No 2 G'fJiiCSo.
Pork dull at 141010c.
Dry salt meats" oulot : should
clear rib 7c packed.
llacon nuivt and 11 rm: fIiouM
clear rib 8g8jc; clear 8J(0.
i.aruquiut aim unchanged.
Ohioaoo. Oct. 18. Flour nuiet and tin.
"Wlieat, demand active and prices ml
vanend. No 1 spring f I 08f7M ei; No 2
1 04jl 0,r cash; (I 03J toller.
wat, demand rair and prices advanced.
No a 32JGi33e cash.
Kvo oulot and tinclini.d. Vn i nn
Ilarlev steady. No 3 fall $1 30: No 2
pring $ll 01 J.
Lard steady at 7e.
Hulk nmats, donund fair and market
unchanged. Tiorco bacon llrm.
worn, demand activo and prices ad-
VAnccd. No 2 mixed 33c c.isli; 38c scllor.
New Oiilkans, Oct. 18. i'ork ilrmcr
llacon easier. Sbou'dors and clear rib
8tc; clear, tile.
Cofl'ee JO(7ti2c; others unehanged.
New Yoiik, October 18. Money com
paratively easy to-day and ranged from
4 to 5 per cent. Greenback oloed at
1-1001-8 por cent, premium. Foreign
exchange (Inner, and bankers iidvancul
rates to C per cent, lor long and H for
sight. Gold advanced to 8J on mom-v
but flnnlly declined to 8J, and closing a't
8J Clearances 35 nil I lions. Govern
ments steady. Stato bonds steady nnd
dull. Stocks lowtr and devoid of special
feature and course of price Irregular.
M1LLHK & l'AHK Hit,
JfOBWAKDING M BllOHANTH.
DEALKHH IN FLOUH. COJJN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGKMTS roti FAIKIIANK'.S SUA LI
Ohio Levee, CAIilO. ILLINOIS.
11. A. Thorn L, D. 'Iliom
TIIU.MS Si HKOTHKIt,
SilcCLn,r to 11. M.lliilen,
AND DKAI.K1IM l.N
Mnpln Hilt! I'aiu-y (;r, .' Irk,
foreign and Domestic
13-1 Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO. - . ILLINOIS.
i:. :. iAcn & co.,
FLO UK AND CO UN Til Y PKODUOK
Urertool New.Turk nhd HhlU.ielrhn
until roBTiitei itii cxiTrb stun oi, .mti'i
Kur CrrjiDK tlif Mtil.
t'OH PASS AG H TICKKT8
ok ri-kTiisa oiiiimi
VPPLY TO JOHN O. DALK, Ain
16 Hro N.).rcik, ut lo
II. II o ll p t ,
JOHN H. I'HLLIH A SUN,
'H'ieoe.sor toJoha H. Chillis,)
DEALK11S IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
1'lour, Meal, Bran, &c,
AGENTS FOK LAFLIN AND HANI)
Cos Tenth Stkbet and Ohio Levee
J. O. MATHHWSON,
COMM ISSION M ERCHANT
And Agent for
Hazard and Dupont Powdeii Co ,
T. N. KIMHUOUGH,
CARPENTER & IJUILDER
Tfitlli Slreol tin ! U'r-slilnlisu Avrtnip
tTSTAll khuN of Jobbing work done on
Mini t liolleo, and In 5001I style, i.eivu or
ders at tho shop.
R. e.parkY H ,
(Succchsorto 1'arkcr.V lllake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
Yiii-nlsli'( II en !,-,
And the eell,ralil iK-uuilntllu
UHOiti' I ini.DINO COB ilTU ST, a 0011
WARD & 110 HURTS,
Dkalkrm ik "Wisdow Shades,
AV'all Paper, Pure White
Lead, Linrked Oil
1LLU.V IN ATI MO OIL,
Spjkitb Turpentike, Glue
Shellac, Alcohol, Ktc, Kto.
Washington avenuo and Kleventh ttreet,
(Uiko, . . . Ii.i.i.vnr
MICTION' SALK OF D.NULALMKD ll.(l.
Will bo sold at auction ut the Central
hnui.0 on Sixth street, Cairo, Illinois, 011 tho
1st day of November, ut 10 o'clock a.m.. a
largo quantity of unclaimed baggage lu tat-
Isly charges thereon
Mils. T. N. Oapfnkv.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
RRtilUKNOKNn. SI Tbtrlinth strest, b.
twsea IVUhlDlllOn KVAnilA And Walnnl atvAAt
OQiee 124 OoaimercU! stsdus. ud sUlrs.
1MUGMAN & FIIOST,
(Successors (o 11. Illxlty.)
AMI UKAl.P.llH IN
Cou.sriiv I'noiiut'KOK ai i. Kimh,
WhOiIsiiIuii .1, mir,
llclweiii Kljiliih mid Ninth SrcrK
llaxliigjiiirch.i'.eil the .Millre Hock of II
HiAby mi,! ml, If ,1 in it v. r materially, wi
" ..." Bl,Mrt; "' I'l'l'llopalronajre.
will keep on hand nothing but the lies
gontli, nnd a-IIi.cII mi h ,1,,.,, i,,,,.i,,
OooiIk I'eliiered In any part of tlx city
free o charge. (i.4 in,
COFFKV, MAUHI.SO.NW C i.,
(Successors to I), litis tl A Hon,)
po K.'wyLiiaDiajr o
Sl.OIIll (IIIAI.V .WIS IIAV.
No li Ohio Level). CAIIti ILLS.
1 1 K U.M A N .SCUM HT.STO 1 1 F l
(Successor to It. Thlcletkc.)
Ili-itler In All Kin.
WASH I NGTON A V LN V K,
IIKTWKKN TENTH ANII ELEVENTH ."TIIKKTSI
llavliiL' i,uri'li;i.(',l the L-rorerv illilMi
mentor II. I'lllcleeke. 1 xhall a'luav.
on Inn, I n full and lreh mpply ol all the best
noun in in v line, in tie ton in i hi i nit market
Itv flrii t attelltlotl lobll.lnc. n,l lnlr.l,,-,!
Iiil-. I hotif tint only lo n l.-iln nil Ho.
ine pi.ico mi- enjoeil In lliepii.t, but lo :t,,
in ine it. i many new p.iiiou .s':ln
f.ilr -liurct ol imiIiIIc i, iliiiin.i',.
ui'spPCllllliy, 1IKUMAN M'll.VinMoIll l'
ii i it i:vr:.!ti,.ii'!-
OHANDKST.SCHLME LVKH KNi'WN
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
koh the iii:ni:i ir ok run
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KEN'TUCKY.
Iti.OOO CASH Gins 1,500,000.
LVKuvKirni iicKin duawsaoift
fsaao.ooo von sco
The Fourth (irand Gilt Ciiitci'rt ntiihor
cil b. special act of tin- l.i-gMstiiro lorllio
oeneni oi inn rtiiiiii-i.iiiriv ol henttickv,
will take pljce in the I'libfle Library Hull
ai i.ouiiu:e, ny.,
VKDMl)iV, DKCKilllEK 3. ISM,
Only fclv'v thoii.:md tlckel-will bo mid
ami Olli-b.tlf ol llii'-t- an- llili-mli-il it,.
Kuropeuii market, tliu. U-:iiug onlv .".o.ium
lor sale ill the Cnlti-il aliitc. wln-ri-" lcs).i(M)
were ili-poM'd ol lor ihu 'I bird fonci-rl.
I In- tlckwi. are illvldcil Into ti ts cuupoii- or
I,.,, i-, ,,,i ii.i.-1 i i ii it r iiaek ine -eliuiie,
w ltd a full explanation of the niou'e ol dr.iw.
At till- oniieert, 'ibli'li will bo the craiicl.
em Hill-leal ill",l,i)- cut wlliii-i-eil In llil.
eountiv. the uiinrceeilcnti ,1 sum of
lUldeil into l'J.000 ea-h gills i-.l n- ilbtrib
tiled by lot among the lii ki't-holili-r-. 'I tn
immlii r nl tin- tirketii In be ilruun limn
one wheel (y blind chlblrcti, and the v'iIIn
IsIfT 01-' G I ITS.
i one (irand CaO. cm ...
i One (iruml fa.li i.iii
. . . M.IHjll
... a.i nt
. . W IMS)
... lO.H M
. . . nO.OOO
. . . .TJ.MS)
, .. ri.v.ooi
One (irand ijash (illt
One (.rdiitl Cii.li dm " ,',
One (irand C'a-h (iill
10 Ca-li (,1,'ln j lo.l mi 1 nch . .
SO Cash fill!- fi,0() each .
M) I'li-h (illH 1,000 each ..
hO Cash (illt-i NHJcncli..
1IK) Cash (itfli 4IH) each ..
IW('a-li (illli :Wil each ..
'r-OCatdi (ill! 'JOOeacli ..
Itt'i fa-.li dills I'X) each ..
1,000 Oai-li (illts Oeacll....
Tot-il, 12ft! (iia, All Ca-lt,
aiiiountliiKto $ ihI.OOO
The ill-lribiilion will bt-po.ltlio v elber
all the llcki'ti are old or not, nint tin- -j,oim)
kiiii- uo imiii 111 iroioriioti 10 tne lU Ki'lsi-oltl
all unsold tlcKet-lieing ietiojei,i at
I'lrmaiu ."-ecoini tJonetlls and not n-iuu.
sclilcil Hi tliu drawing.
IMUCM OF TICKK..S
Wltolo ticket-, f.Vl.lllj Jlalvc.-. 0);
ii-iiui-. or cui'it i'oii,oii c.i.ijii; 1. n
Whole Tlekola tor s.'iWi.ftO: -J.-ll I i.-k. 1.
1.003.00; ll.'t Whole 'll.-ki li- lor fi.O' O.t
-'27 Wliob- Ticket for tlo.i OO.l-O. No 1
count on less than WW.w woiib ol 'licked,
m a time.
'l'ho unparalleled siici tsi. ol the Third
..in .ui,ni ii i.c-ii as um sail
faellon ulven by the Tlrd and
second mitUes It only nece s:n j 10 announce
the Koiitth tn Insure the prouiit sale nl ev
cry ticket. Tin; i'oiirlh (ill! Concert will
oe coiiuiieieti 111:111 iittiieiaii- like tliu Third,
and full putlciilaih mnv be leiirned Irom
circulars which will lie scut Ireo from this
oiiico loan wiio apply lur iio-m.
Ticket-now i-caov'loi-i-.tl., and ill nrili r
accoinpanlril by ibe money promptly lilt,,,)
Liberal tonus glieit in tho-n win. 1 1 1 1 to Mill
aato. 1 mi-, 1.. nil , . 1 ,1 . 1 1 1.,
Agen rtibllc l.fbrari Keiiitii'ki and M nia-
l.V VI I s.
SA.MUKI. P. WllUHIsUli.
ATT0KNKV& CHUN.SKI.QIt T LAW
Oltlce over 1'lrsl .Nnllonal bank. .--IKIn-
WILLIAM J. A I LION,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
uuieoovcr rir.t National bank. JI-KWm
John II. MulUey. Willam C. MulUoy
MULKISV 4: SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllce: i:itjhtli street, between C'oiiiinoi
ci.il and Washington nvemus.
KKW YORK STOxliO,
WHOLKSALK ANli P.HTAUi.
LAROEST VARIETY STOOL' IM HIE 01TI
GOODS SOLD ViCHY OLOSK.
IVirner or niiDiti-xuili utrt'tit Httil Com
O, O. l'ATIKIt
0. W. DUNNING, M. I).
IV KHIDKMiK oorunrMtill, UU Walnut sis,
tVOir)a oomer Hlxtr dtrtt and Ohio letee,
M. I,.... . . . - I-
I BOAT S'l-OKUQ 1
I' It V I ft I l? 8 to,
(Open Day and Night.)
J. H. PARKS, Proprietor,
(Jinn l.uvec, bet, flh and Olh streets,
MKAI.S AT ALL HOI Us.
A line new- Dining Hall with every con
I'l.lcnce I11- bieii added to this popular
,te-tiiurant, and the giiesti will llu i eiorv
'.'Ubite lor lliLlriiceomodation.
TDK HILL OP l'AHK
:onsbtiol eiery tibstiutlal and delliacr 01
Is tupplled with the
HOH KVT IslOUHUSsWIiNES&ClOAllf
K.MIxnl drink, prepared with care.
I M. STOCK KIsKTU,
Keitlfter -lid Wholesale Dealer in
run 1:1 ;. a.m) iiiMir.H i
LIQUORS AND 'INI'
HO. OJ OHIO LEVEE,
9-"if CVIHO ILLINOIS
JOIMiIX ft WKHII,
C O M M I 3 .i I ON M K It CM A NTH
COl'NTKY PHODI'CK, G KA IN,
I'loni, Mml, IIiii-iiii, l.lr.
Nil. (i lloWAIlll'.S I tow,
MEMPHIS, T E3 tTXT.
IjTl.lhTal advances on lon-iglinmeiits
P.irilen wl-huii' tn keen nomi-i! wild 1,111
lii irkcl will plt-a-r .(-ml a,l,!n -.
ItKi-LHLM i: Hanks and htmlnesn inei
nl ilemibl. 'IV n es.i-e.
R. SM YTH & CO.,
11 uujir.DA lift OKUI'KKM, j;
Cor. Commercial A. and lth St
HA I II IS . I I. L. 1 n s I s. 1
Also r, ron.isrtls .n lnud moti 01m
llt 'K-k uf
-IttJTOH AXD IHIfll WniHKIXS
Port. MadMrin, Hh irry nrnl (V-tnla V ire
M RS. .McGEK,
Oa KlKhlh 'Uri' bli-a CijiiiuihtI.I mi,l wt.
iiuion ATr.un, i.usilr rreeltut
N'KW MI I.LIN I0RY (JOODJ
LATHBT HfUINO AND f-UMVHIl KTVLK1
Hi-ieus t lull line or
BOISTX-TJUT 3 Sjc HATS
ITrimmu-l sad untru .itj.j
h'M:ii KLOW Illli. Ill bill Mis, TKlMUl.N'UI
1 f 1 1 kind., I.urr, nto,, Kto,
Mr-. McOhh lift hUo h mrici. Morlinnat o
Kmi-y Arllci-ii,sui-!i b
NitOK TI.W, C'lLI.Ali-s. U.VnKltHl.KEVKH,
HUKKH. hMI!KH, KANH,
Ad I all otlmrariiclrs n.ii.llr Inund In s
KIHST-CLASS MILLINICHY BTOKK
Mrn. McOcc. In addition to her Htock ol
Fancy and .Millinery Hoods, hah a tllto and
Complete anortmcnt of Cincinnati Ctlhtorn
made l.n, lies' and .MIck' .Shoek mid C'1,11
ilrenn' Hoots, lll.i.k and in Colon.. Thesf
reaeknowledged lu bo the llncst and Inst
vor in the market, and this in the only
none tl,i, i ll v UihI iiibKcm I In-rn , 1 Kiwlill y
A DOOIC FOR THE MILLION
.1 ,r',"'sittfs.Ior lis the. Married
er 1,0.0 bout to Jbirry, , tl.o J'l,,cVc,l i.ir "
.1,1,1 I . , '" I,rod"'l"K "J Iir.tcntlL ,rr
rn-i M '",0"l" Hid couii.IoiIou, Ac,.
.sluabli. Information for Iho.e who iro wnrri.Jo
cotjlemp hi, wrrl.Kt .till It . . sjJX SVt oujtS
so rat imicTis aits nirroEinTATr.
Hil.ll. ii r jiFi,, ,Ur gu.ck llcucdln Mfo.tl l uiu
i.t.ti.ao.M.u.t.., u;i.- Vci.'..i'"iS: iSi.1. ui.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
forwarding and Coniraission
nrnnred to fonvtrd all kinds of frchrbti
1 ... ..1, ....1
U llll IOItS. SS
uslnns uiimdi-fl in ,iiui ilT-.
WOOD HITTBNIIOUS1? A BRO
(ioi oral Oominisaion Morobanla