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. LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
'0RSKIlVKK'H()mCK, CAIIIO, lilt., )
Mfptiiiuhiir 1ft, lusll p.m., 1:'' 1
Ilarnineter, 30.08 degree.
Thoimometcr, 01 degree.
Wind oiilb. Velocity 4 miles per
Maximum temperature lor la(t 24 hour-,
Minimum temperature lor the Ut!J4 liotirt
ritvalliiiLMvlml for list 'it houra, aof.ili
Total ntimU-r of iiiIIck traveled by wind
during last 21 lioun, II".
Oliwrver Nlunal Servic e, U. a. A
ohn i). Ilnriii in. C'uai. 'l'lirui
JOHN Q. II A KM AN A CO.,
And I. ami Agent of the I llnoli Central
ami niiriinjjioii ami .Miasutiri iiaiiruau corn
North Our. silfllli It. mid WUlu lt
Ufler lor sale at low Hurua and eaiy term
thu following real eabtle i
No. 1 .' lota In the "ItldKe HlocL" run
ning through tlie blocL Irom Fllteenth to
hlxteenth streets, beat residence jirourt J
in ine city, iiiiu .1 aim i ii 1.1. cin , wusli
Ington avenue, between 'thirteenth uml
rotirtt'rulli streets, wctt able good two
ttory dwelling house ou each lot Lola C
anil i, adjolli'iig tlie last helme turned.
Lot 14, l si. idly, on Mxtb street, south
I'le, t!t euu Commercial and vVa-liingtoii
No i Lota 7 and H, l 31. corner ol Knur
li'Ciitu and I'uplar streets, (rout on l'opl.n
Itrcet, weal aide, opposite, post-otllce block
No 3 Splendid hu-lticaa hulldlnir, resi
dence In aeroml story, tl rooina, bull and
Irotitanil rear st.tlrway, water on botli lloura,
in numinT one I'ontiiiiou: tinmen on noitli
west I'.orner ol Commercial awiiun and
Tvvellth atreet. A great bargain II auk'
No 4 Lot 4, b 22. Commercial uveimc,
between Fourth an I Killh street. Lot ill,
b-'i, on Wa-hiugUiu ascuuc, between I'llth
aim sum slieets.
No 0 Mx Iota In b i), 1st ad. Jlll.
ground, fioieacti on eay payments.
No C Lola I and 'J, In b 6 nortli corner oi
Tenth and Levee atreeta. Heat iMKlnes loca
tlon in tlie city term easy. Lot '!!, -22 and
tM In b ID, lt ad., aoutli corner ol Twentieth
and I'oplar atreeta. Also three Iota in court
liouae block, Iroutltig on I'oplar atreet.
No 7 Lota Is aud lU, b 7'.) aoutli aide Ol
Twentv-tirst atreet, opposite "Conven
lllock very deairable lor residence put
No tt Ten ol tbe choicest Iota, In block
17, tat addition, above trade, beautiful real,
dencc location, will be aold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
property aa it will be aold very low.
No a That elegant residence on Seventh
ttreet, owned by C'apt. Ilunl, fronting ".'
(cut on ccnth atreet, and running back
'2Q lect In sixtli. Tbla property l well
known totheclllzensor Cairo and lcinltv a
one ol the wot complete and convenient
residence In I he illy. It liaa all thu con
Venlencea appertalnini; to a tiral-cNa lioine.
Tlie ,'ninnda arc btubly rmbellMied Willi
talft khrnlil.nri' uii.l fMlll l,i n l.it.i.l.. t. n.. .
carriage hoii-e, table and outbullilliiKa Ural-'
claa. Owing to tlie removal ol Capt. Hunt
nil- proncrtr win he aold at a Kit al liariraln
3iiray trrni. ANo two lot' on cornerTblrd
atreet and .MIai.lpp lcce. Tlie l.eee
I'UlldliiK, formetly oernpled by (.'apt. Ilunl,
In 1)3, ulilo lece, "siirlnUeld lllock," lor
.No 10 An elegant resilience ivllb fourlot-
In I U7, city lor aale wry cheap II aiilij
toon lligli ground, aud prcuilaea In a No
No II A No. 1 cottage on Fourth atreet,
between Walilngtou au-utle and W'ulnu
atreet. Al-o two lota running from h'ourtli
lo Klllh atreet cry deairable property.
No 12 New two-aiory dwel lng In prime
order, on l.ocut atreet, lilgbeat ground in
tlie city, two Iota. Trice tl WW.
No 13 An elegant residence with about
llirco acre' of ground, covered with alt klrid
of ac'ict Irult and alirubbcry, in SanUi Fe
tor a ilu cheap.
A KINK C1UNCK FOK I.VVr.STMK.VT.
We liae lor aale or leae vacant and Im
proved properly In all portiona of the
slty Aio over i&.OOO acre of unlm;.roeil
lauda In Alexanderand 1'illiskl counties, at
txtremely low ligurcs, and in traeta to suit
p'irchiier. NVe are agunta lor the Illinois
Central railroad lands in this and l'ulaki
counties: Itil road landa not aold prior lo
November next will paa luto other liaiida.
Now la tl e time to purchase,
KUIORA.NT5 TO TIIK O ft K 4 T WICsT.
Wo are the agenta of the llurllngion and
lllisourl lUllroid coinii-iny, who otter lor
ale In Inwa and Nebraska mlllloua of acres
ol the bct land on the continent, on ten
years creilit. u per cent, interest. Maps,
tiamplileta, circulars and all neceaaary Info r-
iii.ttlou relative to tho-e landa and how te
reach tnem furnished upnu application.
i;au at once ami examine lor roursivea. An
ply to JOHN Q. I1AKMAN CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee ata., Cairo, 111a.
.Iu- 7. 1K7.I.
HYLANU ic SAUKU,
AND DKAI.KHa IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVEHY DESCUU'TION,
Corner 10th atroct and Commercial avenu
noxt door to tho llyland aaloon.
11-1C tf. OAIUO, ILLS.
ANL) DEALER IN
PP ESH MEAT,
3uiuTn Stuxct, IIktwkin Wabhinoto
iiljoluluc HI'lonlionae nl llnnnjr'a
Heap Ihe beat or Ileal, I'ork, Mutloa Veal
Lamb, Siik, etc, suit (.re prepared 10 atrie
;ttliana In the moil adaptable manner,
(Huccenor to Jamei Kynaaton,)
UUTOIIIB 4IfD DlALIR IK ALL KlNDB OF
COHNEH NlNBTKNTn AND I'OPLAR 8T8
Huya and aUushterH only tbe West eatllp,
lo9 and ahoep, and ti prepared to fill any
lomand for fresh meaU fro a ono pound to
ten thousand noiiwU.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
AND DEALBB IV
ILL KINDS OF FRK311 JIKATS.
Mtar cor. Twentieth Htraet nnd Cams
Uuys and laughteri only the note cattle,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
FOU COUNTY OLEKIv.
Wo hm authorlztil to nnnnuncii that
.Iacoii (1, Lv.vcil will bo n candidate for
i.lHTnii liui.LKTlN ric.iao announce
my riHinl ns a caiiilnlnto fur th ollico of
county clerk. Joiim 0. CRowi.r.r.
Wo aro authorized to nnnouncu J0a7.ru
T. Davifon aa a candidnto for tbo nlUco
of county dork, at thu ernulng November
election, iiibject to tbe dcciailon of tho
votcri of Aluxandcr county.
FOU COUNTY TKKAHLMtKU.
We are authorized lo aunouncu Jou.n 11
GossMAV n candidate for the ofllca of
KniToii or Tint Uui.LfcTi.H You will
plena announce my name aa the peoplu'a
enndiuatw lor county trenturer, lit tho en
auing NoTHinber vluction. Iiilei.ding and
ileiiring to icrvu the people, 1 hope to be
ulected by thu people.
B-'-'Old WILLIAM .MAIlTI.V.
CO U N TRY S i; 1 KU 1 N T K N I) K N T
Wk are authorize 1 to iinnounce Air). S.
K. Ilrnwn, of Thebes precinct, i a calidi-
lutu lor luperintondent of ichoola.
l'LKAPK announm me at n cindidatu for
tiuperintendent of Tablic Inetructlou of
ilux. T. A. Taylou.
Wk ar.i u'.horiz-)l to announce 11 ikam
F. l'Ur.SAM, of llaziowood, at a calidi.
tint 0 for county itipirlntetidcnt of publlc
COUNT Y COMMISSI O N Kit.
KllITOIl Hullrti.v :
1 ea'ii annnuncii that I run n candidate
for county comtnUalorer.
Caii-.o, IIW., October 13, 1672.
Wk r nutlori.ed to announce Mr.
Ukohuk Fimikk as a candidate lor Coun
ty Cotnrnlaalonor, at the ensuing Novem
Wc are authorized to announce Javier
Li. SA.st)Er.,of Clear creek, a a candidate
for county commissioner.
We are authorizm! to announce Alex-
A.NUKU C. Hoixjk.s of Unity, as a can
didate fur County Commiisioncr.
Having been lolicitixl by numerous
voters of Alexander county to become a
caiididatu for tho otQeu of county com-
mitiioner, 1 heroby nnnouuco that 1 will
bo a enndidate for thaV.otilr'o, at tho ensu
ing November election.
Skykhe VI Attain. 110s.
There will bu services this morning and
vcrung at thu .Methodist Fpituopal
Wantku two experienced ho,; catch
ers who thoroughly understand thu bus
iness. Apply to Chief-oM'olicu Mcllnle,
at the city clerk's otll:o 3t
AT TIIK Advent Chriitian .Mi.ion,Suu
day tbe 19th ir.n , at 1 p.m. Subject:
1'ruphetic Imngu of Dan II. In tbe
evening at thu Uiual hour. Subject:
I) thiol VII.
I'.KV II. I). Tiiayki; -ill deliver a dis
course this morning in the I'rcsbyterian
church on thu following: '-Thu Only
True Test" In the evening, "Christian
ity in the Future, '
Tiik ch imbvtr of commerce will hold its
first regular meeting lor business to-morrow
( Monday ) at 'J o'clock a in. , aud will
hold dallv sessions tliureaftur. It is lm-
p irtaut that nil ineuibcrs attend theio
meetings, lly order of tho board,
E. A. ItuiiNKiT, Sec y.
At a meeting of tho board of directors
ot tie ch'imbtr of uominurce, hold at their
hall yojturday morning, the election of a
secretary for thu chamber of commercii
being thu businojs before the bimrd, M r.
E. A. Burnett was tulected to 1111 tho po
anion, and will enter upon tho di, charge
of his duties ut tho opening of tho board
on next Monday morning.
Tiik Libural Locluru committee desire
us to aay that " providing the Ilev. II. II.
Thayer dees not accept tho otfur ol joint
discussion with l'rof. lienton, wo invite
thonu who intend to ho.ir Mr. Thnyor to
also come and hear Prof. Danton, that
having hoard both aided of thu question
discussed they may bo better prepared to
form corro:t opinions in regurd to them."
Mum. McUek in in daily receipt of
flowors, ribbons, fuathurs and all othor
hat and bonnet trimmings of the very
latest styles, Irom tile most fashionable
houses of St. Louis and Chicago. She In
vites tho attention of tho Indies to those as
well as to her large atosk of millinery
goods and notions of all kinds, all uf
which will bu told nt "panic pricos."
Mu Gko. Fisiikk, Emj , of Ciiro, an
nounces hlmsolf In this morning's JIul
Lktin as a candldutu for County Commit-
aloncr. Mr. Fisher will no doubt rocelvo
tho support of many of tho substantial
mun of Cairo and Alexander county. Ho
it a guutlunun well qualified for thu posi
tion, and if elected will doubtloss endeavor
to fill thu ollico in un honcat ani contci
1kmohkt'h Youno Amkkica Is amone
tho best jiivonilo magazines that comes to
our table, alwaya sparkling with enter
taining Hnd novel features. A series of
finely engraved cartoons, Illustrating tho
evils of intemporanco, with do'enptions
by nr. Doems, la announced fur thu ensu
ing year. Yearly, 0110 dollai with a boun
tiful premium. AdJross, W. Jk.nninos
UumoHk.t, 838 llroadway, Now York'
Wk are informod that within tho past
few day a number of totters liuvu boon re
ceived in this city, making inquiries as to
thu condition of this city with ret'eruuen
to the yellow fovor. l:i answer to tuch
JaauJUjJi-nxll)A..ialiLthttt tlinrn la not.
wcck, acaio of yellow fovor. The city
la not only entirely free from yollow
fovor, butthoro la very littlo alckneaa of
any kind now reported.
Notick. To parties wlabliig to attend
the general conference of the M. E Church
South at Charlcaton, Mo., on Sunday,
October lOlb, Greenfield'! furry will leave
the HUnola ahoro at 7) o'clock In thu
morning, and rolurnltijr, will leavo tho
Mlaaourl iboro atfi o'clock p. m., prompt
ly. A hack will la vo Fiuld'a atable at
7 a. m. carrytny paaicngeri to Cbarieiton
and return anmo day. '2i
Mb. Wm. Wintkii turned out from lib
gallery latt week a plcturo of a deceased
lady which alnioit surpasses tho uaual
leauty aad finish of his work. In feature
iitul vxpreaalon It is a perfect likencta of
the original, which is the more reinarka.
bio. aa tho photograph was enlarged from
HMmll ono two procossea of that kind
bulhg nocoHary to get tho plctur.o of the
desired alzu. Aside from ita eicollenco m
a likonese, the plcturo as a wholo Is a
Wullfiil apcclmcn of Mr. "Wlntors (kill
as an urtestic workman.
Kx-Mavok Thomas Wiliom, It will
bo (eon by reference to tho announcement
pubKihod In this morning's Uullkiin, It
a candidate for County Cotntnlralotior.
Mr. Wilton is ao well-known to the. peo
ple of tbla county that we doom it unne
cessary to aay much with reference to his
candidacy. Probably no man In the
county la better posted aa to the wanu
and needs of our people than Mr. Wilton.
ith a board ol commiitlonort composed
of such men at he is, the alfulrs of tbe
county would certainly bj well looked
Tub November number of Dzmouist's
Monthly Maoazi.se preients Its usual
rich dl.pluy of fall and winter novoltie?,
illustrated with numerous enuravlni'i.
among which It nni full n n
Of the celebrated chiomo, -Homo Sweet
Home.'1 This chromoli ono
of tho terica
given to each 3 yearly tubtcriber to thit
model mon;bly. How o large and beau
tiful a picture can bo given away it ono of
tho marvels of tho day, for it must bo ro-
mombered that tbeto cannot be classed
among the usual chromos glvon as premi
urns, but are verltablo coins, richly do-
serving their high reputation for beauty
and artistic excellence.
Ma Denton delivered a verv eloquent
lecture last night on "Tho position of wo
man in the Uible." The audience wae
larger than that which greeted tho gen
tloman Friday night, the weather being
unfavorable, nnd was composed in a great
part of the best families in the city.
The lecture w-nafino effort; but wo
must acknowledge that the applause all
carnu from that portion of his listeners
composed of men. Tho doctor is a pleas
ing speaker, ono who can hold an audience
quiet for two hours ut a time (longer than
tbe most eloquent divlno can hold a con
gregation,) and it is a pity that ho will
try to foi.t hi own peculiar ideas of Ood,
angels, man, woman and the Uible upon
lil liearera and ttatu thorn aa facts. The
lecturer told 101110 pleasant anecdotes,
drawn from his own Imagination of what
might have been said and dono by the men
and women of tho old Jewish times, but
we could not discover anything in them to
show tint he knew more than any other
porson of these people or times.
In fact tho lecture was almost entirely Im
aginary, and we could not help thinking
of the opinion given by a learned Judge of
an eloquent young l.iwyer. "Ho is a smart
young man," said thu judge, "but if hu
would plick i fuw feathers from the
wings of his imagination and stick them
in tho tail of hia judgement, be would be
Mr. Mike Coyne is recovering, and
will soon be able to be up and about.
w. u. Kearney, former! v news
doaler in this city, is now doing woll In
Dr. W ood Is reported to bo doing
well. Ais ca'ly restoration to gotd
health is to bo withod for.
Nick Cantwell drives the gayest turn-
cut in thu city. The wagon ft painted red
and has "reading" all ovor it.
Mr. Joe Cormick is rapidly improv
ine, and expects to soon bo ablo lo tako a
.'run down this way" just to "see the
Dr. llrlgham and Hob Woodward
handle the paste-boards nt Ihodoor of tho
Athenouin, during tho Denton locturo
Jlrs. A. It. Saltord, according to ox-
pectntion, arrived home yesterday, aid
was mot at the train by a numbor of her
Hon. Wm. .1. Allen nnd Judiro Mul
key are, or were, during the past wtok,
attending circuit court at Marlon aud
It is reported that Jlrs. Jennings,
widow of thu luto Itobort Jonnlnga, who
several montha ago left thit city and wont
to St. Louis to livu, diod in that city about
one week ago.
Mr. J. 11. Sholdon, lato ticket agont
In tills city (or tho Illinois Central rail
road, but now a resident of St. Louis, la
in thu city visiting his friends. Ho re
mains two or threo days.
worth of boots and shoos to be diaposodof
witbin the noxt sixty days at panic prices.
Elliott & llaythorno have them, and they
are tho beat lot of goods of tho kind ovor
offered in. thla market. Go and see thorn.
We are receiving on contlgnmont, a
large lot of 'prime Iowa onions, which
wo offer to the trade cheap, either by the
bushel or barrel,
lO-y-lUt Halliimy llaos.
Tlie Cairo Ciitlno will give a social ball
in Washington hall on Monday evening,
November to which nil tboir friends, are
invited. Tickets $1, at the door,
THE OAIKO DAILY .BULLETIN, SUNDAY, OOTOBEll 19, 1873
MOUND CITY ITEMS.
Thu 'Journal' of Saturday contains tho
O. I". Meyor has roturu'-d from Cin
L, O. II irrls it oil' on anuthor tour
through tho nortli-wcst.
The shooting club will hivo another
inoiting for sport on Monday '27th It
The city clork advertises for propo-
sals tit taku charge of lluech Orovo come
No cluu has yot been obtained to thu
hiding place of Honrv .Smith, tho colored
man who killed Morris, another colored
man, in this city on tho 10th inn. He
probubly haa gnu South to pick cotton.
K. li. Hunter has tho contract for
building a largo new bridge over Ilea
bayou, on the -Mound City and Caledonia
road llu is to receive S;.7ud for it. Win
Wetzil haa the contract for building thu
upper Heat bayou culvert bridge, on the
The HIveralde bate-ball club donned
their new clothet and went to Cairo Wed-
nuiday, to play a match gtmo with the
Nonioi, utid camo back " acoolio 1 out."
Tbe Numoa made HO runs, thu Riverside!
32, Thu former provided 11 lino tuppor
for tho latter,
A citizen of this city, eiirclalng ono
of thu prerogatives that justly lehng to
mm, aeceded irom tho religioue congro'i-
tfon In which he had regularly found biir
telf on Sabbath morning an J joined an
other, otiu then jutt looming into Import-
ance utid rapidly becoming popular. The
good pa-tor of the old church had not
discovered tbe eeceder's abieuco until
hit dog camo in and looked all around for
him, and not finding him aittled
down by tho scat where thu feccder in
variably tat, w ith a most Wou-begonolook-
l6 counloI'"- "nally, picking him
I 1 ' inupuu um n cuurcn, win
hoad down and tall between his legs, as If
ovorcomo by a sense of thnino aa well as
sorrow. Thon the pastor know his be
loved congregitor hid seceded. This la
tbo paraons's story ; we cannot vou:h for
Ueforc J. .1. Ilir.1, 1'. M.
Statk Casks. Frank Smith (colored)
for obtaining money under falso pretenses
wa hound over to appear before tho
county court at its next soision. Smith
was employed by a colored man named
Jones, as toatntter, and wat engaged in
hauling wood. Jonet had a contract with
Dunnie Devlno, to whom Smith wat deliv
ering thu wood. Suvcral nightt aco
Smith went to Dovine and told him that
Jonet wat in jail, and wanted ten dollars
to payjout with. Devino gavo him tho
money. Next morning Jones came to
town, and on bearing ol Smith's getting
the money had a warrant isaued, which
wat placed in the hands of Chief McHaU
and officer .Martin, who arretted Smith,
Smith was bold to ball In the sum of $200.
Thomas Humes and Kichard Coloman
woro arrostcd by Chief Mcllale and
Officer ilartin for till tapping. Burns
was caught bohind the counter In "Schmetz.
dorll's grocery store, and whon detcctoJ,
left tho store and started down Klevcnth
atreet. He was takon in charge by the
officers above mentioned, and Coleman,
who it appoars wat with Hums nt tho
tlmo, but did not enter the atore was
shortly alterwnrds arrested. Hums took
from tho drawer about $9, which was af
terwards found under tho Eleventh street
sidewalk, a few steps from where Ilurn
was caught. Hums was held to bail
the sum of $100 to appear before tho noxt
term of tbu county court. Coleman, who
Is woll-knon to tho police of this city as
a "nard case," was discharged, and warned
to leave tho city. It wa nftorwards as
certninod tnat Hurn3 had "gone through
tho money drawer in Christ Anthor'i
meat shop, from which ho obtained about
City Cases. Thomas AVilson, a young
man, was up for drunkonnoss. Ho had
boon on a "terrible sproo." Hu was
chargod two dollars and the trimming',
and sont to tho city jail for throo days
Pat Curren, for using abusive lan
guage to an officer, was flnol flvo dollars
and tho "airrooableB." Hut Put had no
money, and was sont up lor tlx day. His
omployer camo along aftor a while and
bailed him out.
John Corckol, a gentleman who llvos
some four or flvo miles above Cairo, was
d iiuro his Honor to answer to a warrant
sworn out by one Nelson. Corckol was
loft oir by paying the costs, which
amounted to $3 10. Corckol did not havo
any money, but ho had a friend who paid
thu bill tor him.
Two other parties woro boforo his
honor, but as they aro woll-known citi
zens, and thu offenses with which they
wure churged frivilous, their names names
are withheld. Ono of thorn was lined St
and the other dischargol,
Hev. II. U. Thavkk is now preparing
sermons upon tho following subjects!
1st. ''Who Was Jeaua," historically?
2d. " Woman's Position in the Hiblo."
3d. ' The Prophecies of the Bible."
4th. ' Prayer and Modern Solonco."
6th. " What is True Hovelatlon ? "
6th. "Noah's Ark in tho light ot His
tory, Scienco ltevolation."
Tho first of these discourses will bo di-
livorud (I). V ) Sabbath evening, Octobir
26tb. The others will follow on the suc
ceeding Sabbath evenings. Mr. Thayer
will also preparo and deliver a sermon on ,
the facts witli reference to tho "antiquity
of man." Ihoso tubjocts will ha treated
fairly, candidly and thoroughly, in thu
full light of modorn tcionco and discus
sion, tbo object being to correctly ascer
tain what is truth."
From Mr. Thayer's well-know and rec
ognized ability It cannot bo doubted that
he will handle the subjects abovo roforretl
to In a scientific! and logical manner.
OlUNDKUKus, Jlrackett, Pendants,
I tako thla opportunity to Inform tho
citlzons of Cairo and surrounding country,
tbat I will rosumo my practlco In tbo city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of Dncemror.
U-30-ir. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
" FoTl SALB."
Two Uitterles of two Hollers, each i!4
feot long, 42 nch Dram, !i U Inch Fluea
with firn fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chlmnoy and
Hrltchln, all complete and In flrat-claas
order'; been used only three months. For
price, etc., Inquire ol J. T. P.ennik,
'J-tn-tf. AuIcanIron Works
Hy the Cairo Turngomelndo for tbe
bciiilltof tho Mun.phls eulferers, Tuesday
owning, October 21, at Phillls' hall. Ad
mi'ilon 50 cenli.
W. F. Kuciicniiici'kkk,
Committee of Arrangements.
ASSIGN KKS SALE.
Having boon nppolnted aailgneo of tbe
stoc ot millinery goola of Mra. Anna
Lang, lor the benefit of hur creditors, 1
will sell the same at public auction on
Thursday, November olgbth, 1873. at tho
old stand on Eighth atrcot. Hale to com-
mence at 0 o'clock and continue from day
to day until all tho goods aro sold.
John II. Gcmima.v, Ais'gnon.
Caico, October In, 1H73.
A clergyman, while residing in South
America us a missionary, discoveroi a
salu and simple rumrdy for the euro of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseases of
tho urinary and seminal organs, nnd tho
wholo train of disorders brought on bv
baneful and vicious habila. Great num
bor have boon cured by thla noblo remedy.
Prompttd by a deaire to benefit tho ul-
flictod and unfortunate 1 will tend the
rerolrt tor preparing and using thit med
icine In a aealed envelope to anyone who
needs ,frtc charge. Addrosa
Josr.i'll T. I.NMAN,
Station I), HIblu House, New York.
Augud '26, 1 yr
AT THE ATJIUXKITM.
OCT. 17, 18, I'J, 'J0, '.'1, 22, 23, '21, 25, 25, 27
Admission : Gent and lady to one lec
ture, CO cents ; gent and lady t j tbe full
course, $1. Kcservod scats for full course,
1 oxtra, or 25 cents a night.
Antiquity of man illustrated by paint
Woman' position in the Uible.
What wa Jesua? Did ho rise from tbe
lUcit of mankind and their destiny il
luttrated. Minerals and Metals.
Prophecies of thu Hible.
Prayer in the light of Modern Science
Noah's Ark scientifically considered.
The Coming Day. oct-ll-lt
L ETT Kit LIS 1'.
llcorburs.Corneluy.'j Halts, Clara
Coleman, KlUu Msv
Clark, J C
.lonua, Mary L
Parker, -Miss Annie
Piercc.iliss Frutik U
Koyal, -Miss Nutiniu
Soulo, K M
Sumner, Suian J
Collins, Miss J il
Cain, Mrs Mury A
Gill, Kvaline 1
Piatt, Mrs Julia
Pursell, Mrs b O
Tbehan, Mrs John
Stuart, Miss Annie
llaon, Mn Mttrv
Wooden, Alias Allcu
ok. vr'a list.
itlain, Jas L
Chmder, O II
Chestor, Wm L
French, A J
Haydcn, W It
Lejnard, S I)
Martin, A J
Martin, J I)
Meyer, John II
Hell, 11 S
Child., C C
JCllin, J 15
Kaupur, D II
Keyser, V A
Lugard, M W
Locuno, W S
-Morunii, J J
-MoHird, Stopheu T
t nllnor, m
SI optauub, Goo
Tripp, Goo It
Whltemiin, W 0
WINon. Thus J
Tharp, J N
Watt, Jam os
White, '1 liomas
Young, W H
Walters, A L ie T G
Gico. T. .McKkahi, P. -M.
Gar mid Stcamlittlng on ahort notice,
Hrohs' Hloclc. U-28lf.
Go to li, F. HI n lie's (or everything in
tho Steam and Outfitting linn. H-'JBtf.
Fuit ti ah unJ steam filling go to Ken-
nio's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonuo, foot of Ninth street. n-IO-tf
1 wil.i. soli my entire atock of wall pa;
per at cost after to-day. Two of tho best
papor-huhgor in thu city at tho store.
Try mo. No. 1! Suvunth street.
10-16 If II. Aiaic.
Fort Sai.b Ciieai'. Ono span good,
young mules, also a duublo wagon, Will
soil thorn together or separately. Enquire
Husk, Looxiih & Co.,
No. (il Ohio Lovee.
Foit Sai.k. Two desirable lots No. 7
nnd H, block 70, city; corner of Tenth and
Walnut streets. "Will bo told with or
without tho house on lot 8. For particu
lars, etc , apply to
10-11-2W MATHims & Uul.
I. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth stroot and Commercial ave
nue, offers for salo Guinness' Porter &
Dust' ales and pure Uennctty brandy,
tind tho genuine Ar.gosturo blttors, all
first-class cholera curci. Try them
fico to the second atory of Louis Horborl's
now brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, whoro ho baa more romfurtublo and
cniotnodious quarter.". H-10-tf
Mh. Wh. Kiilrkm Is anxious to Inform
brs friends and acquaintances, nnd cii'toui
era generally, that he don hit own lilting
in gallon, fine boots nnd shoos. In fuel
oil his work is dono In his own shop
JtlaT received at Eliler's, Twentieth
street, between Washington nvenuo nnd
Poplar street, the finest H'reiich calf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos lor gentlemen'
weur. A perfect lit and SHtlslctioti ns
sured. Any pcimons In need of boots and
Shoes should call on Khlor'a, oxainliio tut
slock of loathcrs and leuvo their orders
H. Jo.vfs, fashionable bout and sbno
rnakor. Cork soles, Scotch bottom, and
the latest Improvements In the line of his
business. Only tbu best aim must com
potent wcrkmon employed, and all work
warranted to be firttclats in every reap-cl.
Shop on Commercial avetiin, near cornir
of Tenth street. 10.7-if
A New K.s rr.ni-iiisK. Dr. II. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks between Cairo
and tho terminus or tho Ciiro, Arkanaas
Si Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving C-iiro at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and 2')'clock, p. m making close con
nection with thu trains on lint road.
Ordors for passengers or biggsgu should
bo lelt at Fiold stable, on 10th street.
Dr. Lavarty, homooopatbist phvsl-
ciati, lato of Sbawneetowti, has located In
this city and intends mukiu it bis home
Tho doctor comes to Cairo woll recom
mended, and refura to the otlicors cf tho
First National bank of Shawueetown, to
whom ho Is woll known, having practiced
lilt profession among tliem for ycurt. llu
solicits a fair share of tho p.ttrotmgo of
ourcitlzens. Ollico 14U Commercial avo
nuo. 7 20-tf
Wk need not remark thut tho oystor is
a good thing to buvu In tho house j every
body knows that j but It may be necessary
to say that tbe best oysters In the city
may bo found at tho oystor salon of
Amandus Jacckol. He has fitted up
roomt in fine stylo, and baa made arrango
mcnta by which ho will he ablo to obtain
daily supplies of fresh oysters, which ho
is proparcd to dish up to customers In any
manner. (Ml upon Jucekol nnd try hi
Cckiral HoLi-On Sixth street be
tween Commercial and Washington
This houso hat recently undergone thor
ough ropairi, and it now in first-cbiss con-
dition for tbe accommodation of tho trav
eling public. Hoarders accommodate d on
reasonable terms. A share of patronage
ia solicited. Mas T. N. GArrxcY,
Tho barber shop is un tbo corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avunuo
whore J.Georgo Stienhouso witli hisgen
tlemonly assistants run bit found at any
hour of tho day or night, roidy to soothu
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool I
your temper ami head with n good shnm- I
poo. It is a lirst-class shop, and you aro I
auro of receiving llrst-cluia treatment, i
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after thu most approved stylo. 8-15. tf
AliMirrKli Hkm'. Dr. Prico's Cream
linking Powder is universally admitted
to be tbo best in use, and havlniMiscd i
for a numbor of years wo havo no hesita
tion in adding our testimony us to Its mer
its. There is nothing deleterious in its
composition, un Important consideration
in view of tho numerous prep'ir.ttions put
up and palmed oil", without consideration
as to their effect upon tho health of tho
consumers. Dr. Prico's Special Flavor
ings, oxtructod from tho fruit, uro really
tho most dosirable flavors wo over used.
oct-1 1 (Ktw-lw
NEW ADVERTISED! ENTS
Slll'l V 'I'll 1111 .. r .U r .t
I.-w... -,(,,,. ivi-mi, ui me i.it)iiiiiuii oi ine
' h nt .National llanL of Cjiru lllin.-ii, a, ill,, rl
of butinesi SrlH. I'J, IS7.I.
Loans and discounts IsS 'll IJ
Overdrafts 1 j.i; ;
U. H. Ilondtloseciireclrciilallaii ltai.maj ou
U. H. bonds and aciurilies un
.,".!'! 1 1
I i.iia.', :t
Oilier ttuckt, bonds jih! inorl-
Iue from rcdocmlnz and re
Due from other national lunCs...
line from bjnl.a and bankers ...
1'iunlture and flaturcs
(.'ash Items, including rcruue
Cash on hand In ('urrency U..V51 '.'I
coin va in
l'l ir.i Jl
(.n ul Hock Jion'M ll
htulune. interest, profit and loss il,An ;ti
Clruil.iiion outil.uidlni; wi,ias) eo
llulhlilu.il dcj'Oblli liU7 7A
state or Illinois, Alcaanuer countv,
I. t'harlcs ('unnninchain. lashlcr of the First
tloual lljnL. of Cairo, ilj solemnlv auear that the ahit
staienieiit Is true to the best ofiuy UuoMlcde and be-
CIIAS, CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
uUcrihvd and sworn to before trie tht lTih
day of UclKbcr, I is7:I.
u, ii. v.rt.ur.1., ,-sotaty 1'uuHc.
Coticct Attest :
IIDIIT. V. MILI.ru.l
IJ. V. IIALLIDAV, Director.
W. II. JIOKII1S, I
lletwceii Ko.irlh and lth litrceti.
rOllsV OOCIvBU - I'ltoiiiiiirou.
l'lils hoiii-o lnnlnv recciillt Ulidcrirono
thorough rep. ilrs, mul nililliloii ol muni ihini I
twenty gnou al.otl and well lunil-heil loom-.
ha lm; been ailileil to it. is now iiivnaitil
to accommndato eomfoilalily at lena one
hundred Kueala, 'i'lie tahlo ii alwuya li
plied Willi the bctt tho niarket allurd-,
erveil up In tho most npprowd Myic,
Ttiruis reasonable. A aliiuu ol patrol neo
tollt'lted. 11-1(1 tt
BKMlti, UKOW.N .V CO.,
AOINTH IIOMK C'OTTOIt MlLLS
Ru r.uRT? ,h t8n,,'"on f ilia City Natioml
Hank : of Cairo, at Cairo. In the state of llllioli tt
Hm of biiaineaa Stpt, l.l, H7;, miiraa 11
Loans and discounts.,
U. S. bonds to secure clrcula.
IV so 01
t'. S. bonds on hand
Other stocks, bonds and tnort-
rre miiitn on bunds
Due fnm redeeming and re-
l ue from other national banks 3,IS tt
' ue fiom state bani, ln,i
Current etpensci ,
4 9'i 6J
1 :mi ;a
Mills of natlon.il hanks
Itfal lender notes
Fractional currency, (Including
ecks and other cash tt
.Mutilated currency, with
lraas. t. .
8,000 00 4I.O20 ti
Capital stock ld In .'
Surplus fund ,
Ktchange n,r,7I M
, ,:ii fl
I'rofit aml loss ... M,73i 51 43.TM7 7
Llrculatlon outstanding M 0") (a)
llvldentls tmnaid ' (yi (,
Due to state banks and bankers. .Y,:S21 II
I'epoalM al,i!iu S5
Slate of Illinois, county of Alexander, si.
1, A II S.UKOIII), cashier of the City Na
tlorul Hank ol t.'alro, do solemnly swear that the
above statement it true to the beat of my knowledat
A. H. RAFFOItl), Cashier
Hiibs,lled and sworn to before me this 17th day of
Corract Attest :
II. CANDKE, Notary Public.
11 II. CtTNNINOHAM.I
l. I). WILLIAMSON, i- Directors.
II L IIALLIDAY.
ADMLNIfj TIIATOU'S SALE
of valuable lorry prlvcllire with good ferry-
boat, at I'.iducili, Kentucky.
On Mtturihiy, November IS, at tho hour o(
12 in., at the terry l.indliulii I'aducah, Ken
tueky, w e will aell the ferry prl liege (hav
lug about 17 yuan to run) belonging to the
lulu V. i inreii. The Illinois and Southeast
ern railroad crossing, at this point, makes
this Miluablo property. The boat I nearly
new. ami liasju-t tiinlcnroiie thorough re
pilrs. Iiuiis ten miles an hour against the
Ohio current, anil large cimui;li to do all the
liii'lui's. On came day will acll othorprop
erty too numerous to mention. Terms, It,
Hand li months, with good security with in
tciett (torn ilatn.
ltOllKKT AND llEVHV OAItEN,
Atlm'r'Ot V, Oaten'a esiiiio.
I'aducah, Ky October IS, 1S7.1. 10-10 td
T11J5 CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IlALliUUY, Piei'dentf
IIE.NRT L. HALLIDAT, Vlcw-PrasldaDl
A. H.HAFKOKD, Cashier;
WALTJR HT'JLOP, A-alalln nililr'
II tsar L-.Hat.UbaT,
Qao. I). Vi'lLLUalos.
noatat II. OcNaiannta,
W. P. UatLICAT,
Kicbanita, Colu and tlnlttsl Rtaitw
Uuuda Uuustht taud Mold.
DKP08ITH ractlted, and a enral taokla.
ITIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. W. Miixkh, Prosldont.
.1. M. I'll 1 1 Mrs. VIco.PrcsMc:
Ciias. CDN.MSOHi.M, C'sshlcr.
COLLECTIONS PItOMITLY MADK.
TJSaCIIAMiE, coin. bacV noter aad
htatee aecurltlna IhjukI.1 and aold.
uiorxal Allowtxl ou I liar llf,ia(s,
tlri trtrrwd It ireli St, 1h.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAKKOltD, I'resldont;
S. S. TAYI.OIt. Vlco-l'residenf,
11. IIMSLOr, Secretary and Tieaturer
T. St. IUbciat,
F. 11. hrocaiLcru.
Pal'L ti, boueu.
Pk. 11. Uvaaiauuau,
II. P. lumen,
J. M. I'lilllirs.
Ilepoaltp ot hut Amount JIKlT-Ufraifi
Vn Cent- Uirrnr,l.
INTEHEBT paid on depoalta at tbo rata ol all
per cent, per annum, .March Island t-eploni-xt
U. Interest not withdrawn Ih ..hied imnie.
dlatelj lo 11 principal of tho depoailt, therebf
1..... v",.,.,iii,. tiikin,,
ur.:i:np wombn and oiur-rihicN mat
DBI'OSIT MONK Y
f(l HUT NO OKI tUt 01 N PRAW IT,
Op-n nfr bitaloera day from a.m. to 3 p.m..
and Msturdar er"-.iip lor HAVINO DErobm.
only, from rl in a eloolt,
"" IV. IITSLOP, Troaaurer.
il F. 1JL.KE,
(Miceosor to II. T. Ocroiild,)
ST E A SI AND GAS MTING
Gas a.vp Stkasi 1'irK KiTTiNot,
JI.I)Hi: AMI ANUI.E VAl.Vr.1,
li:ad i'iim: and vumvs.
KITDliVO Wells nut down In nnv nirt nt
thu city or burrouiullii countrv.
162 COMMEKCIAL AVKNIJK,
, uuoas pi.cifH.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer la
LlUl,'CMINT, l'CASTKK, IlAIH, KlC.
No OLIo I.rve.
r taie ru prices mat cam
SO. 80, Ohio Levee, Cairo, lib.