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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1873
, LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
utKKv''MrTu:r., Caiiio, Ills., j
October 20, 10:11 p.ui., l'3- 1
ltarotneter, 29.W9 deir4"
Tbetmometcr, 44 degrees.
Wind iouUj. Telocity 4 tulles lr
Maximum Umperutyr lor ImI 'U hour',
Minlmuintemperature lor the UVM hours,
Prevailing wind for last 2 houn, north.
Tottt number of miles traveled by wind
during Ult 34 houn, 03.
Obiurver 8IkuaI Service. U. S. A.
nbn Q. tlarinan. Chat. Thrupp
JOHN Q. UAHMAN A CO.,
And l.nd AkviiU of tbe I llnols Central
nl Burlington and Mlaaourl Railroad cou
lanUs. Morlta Cur. fails at. aua uhlu l.is
Oiler lor lale at lour Azures nnil eaay tenn
lb following real ealate :
.No. 1-5 lota In tlio "Hlde Illock" run.
Blng through the block iroin Flltceiith to
Hlxieenlb streets, best rvrltlcncc property
In tbe city. lota 3 and 4 b t city, Waah
logton aentle, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street", went able j;ool two
itory dwelling bouae on each lot. Lota f
ami 0, a'lJoinlriK tbe laat befurp named,
totll, b 2.1, city, on Sixth street, aouth
tide, hetvaten Commercial uiid WaahliiKtoii
No i UoU 7 and B, b M. corner ol Four
tcentb and 1'opUr atreetn, fiout on Poplar
street, west able, opposite poal-ofllce block
No a Splendid bualneaa bulldini;, real
dence In aecuud story, 0 rooins, ball and
front and rear stairway, wUoi Iiotli lloora,
In number one condition: s.tuateil on north
west corner ol Commercial avenuv and
Tvf ellth atreet. A great bargain If audi
No 4 Lot 4, b 'ii. Commercial avenue,
between Kourtb and Flub atreet. l)t i,
b 'il, on Washington avenue, between Klltb
and Sixth street.
.No i-Hlx lot In b 29, lat ad. Illgb
ground. $200each on eaay payment.
No C Lota 1 and 'I, in fi S north corner ol
Tentb and Levee atreet. Heat bunlnea loca
tlon In tbe city torma caay. I-oto'Jl, 'tl and
S3 In b Hi, lat ad., aouth corner ol Twenlletb
and I'oplar atrret. Alao tbri-e lota 'n court
houae block, fronting on I'oplar atreet.
No 7 loU 19 anil.ll, b 7U aouth aide ol
Twenty-tirat atreet, oppo-lte "Content
Illock "very desirable lur residence pur
.No Ten ol the choicest loU, In block
4", lat addition, above tirade, beautllul real
dence location, wilt be aold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to tbli
property at It will be aold very ;.),
NoO That elegant residence on Seventh
treet, owned by Capt. ilurd, fronting 75
feet on Keventb atreet, and running back
J0O feet to tilsth. Tbli property la well
known to the clllzetiaof Cairo and tlciulty a,
one ol tbe moat complete and convenient
realdrncea In tbe city. Jt baa all the con
venience! appertaining to a tlrst-cUs home.
Tbe gronuds are highly embellished with
select abrubbery and fruit In abundance ,
carriage houae, table and outbuilding tlnt
claaa. Owlui-in tbe removal ol Capt. Ilurd
tbia property will be aold at a (teat bargain
oneaayterrnt. Alao twolotaon corner Third
treet and Miaaialppl letee. The Ltee
building, formtr'y occupied by Capt. Ilurd,
In ba, Ohio levee, "Sprlnftleld Illock," lor
Ko 10 An elegant residence with four lot
In W 87. city lor ale very cheap It aold
aoon. Illgb ground, and preoiUca In a So.
No 11 A N'o. 1 cottage on Fourth afreet,
fcetweeu Washington avenue and Walnut
treet. Alao twn lot running from Kuurtb
to Klltb atreet very desirable property.
No 12 New two-atory dwel lug In prime
rder, on I.octit atreet, hlgbcat gronnd In
the city, two lota. Price $1 300.
No ill An elegant realdence with about
three acres of ground, covered wltb all kinds
of se!-ct fruit and shrubbery, in fcanta Ke
for tale cheap.
A UN CHAftCX FOIt INVESTMENT.
We bat loraale or lease vacant and Im
proved property la all portions of the
elty Aiao over 2,000 acre a of unimproved
laaJa In Alexandcrand 1'ulaakl counties, at
extremely low figures, and in tracts to suit
purcbaacra. We are agenta for thfe Illinois
Central railroad landa In this and l'ulakki
counties Kabroad landa not aold prior to
November next will past into other banda.
Now Is tl c time to purehase.
EUtORANTS TO THE OKET WET.
We are the agenta or the llurllngton and
Missouri lUllroxd company, who ofler for
ale In Iowa and Nebra-ka millions of acrea
el the beat land on tbe continent, on ten
years credit. per cent. Intcreat. Mape,
pampbleta, circulars and all neceatary infor
mation relative to tho-e lands and bow te
reach tucm furnished upon application,
Call at once and xaialne for youralvea. Ap
ply to JOHN 11. I1AKMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee at., Cairo, Ills.
Jure 7. 1873.
HYLAND k SAUEK,
AMD PEALBUI IK
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th itrcet and Commercial areau
next door to the Uyland saloon.
11-16 tf. OAIKO, 1LLH.
AND DEALER IN
ttlQHTH STttBBT, BETWEEK WAiniMOTOA
A4JolalBK BI'.UabOBaa and llnnsiy a
Keep tha best or Df, Pork, Muttoo Veal.
Lamb, Sansage, ato., nd ar prepared to sarve
Uiaens In th roost aoeeptahl raaonar.
(BuctiMor to Jam. Kynuton,)
BUTOHM 4MO DlALlE ALL KlKOI OF
cormu isinbtbntr and poplab 8tb.,
Buy! and slaughters only tbe belt cattle,
bogs and ibeop, and ! prepared to fill r j
iemsdd fr freth meats from one pound to
ten thousand nnundi.
JA11BS KTH ASTON,
AMD DEALaB IV
ILL KINDS OP FREdll MEATS.
Near eor. TtvaalUtli ff treat nu4 t'oaa
Huts and Uuxbteti only tbe belt Cattle
HofsandStieep. and la prepared to ail or-
gira ror r resu xiavi iroia out to iu iuuu
l'OK COUNTY .IUDOK.
AVk aro authorized to announcn that
F. IIkoib will be a candidate for tho otllco
ol County Juugi- of Alexander county.
We ar authorized to announce that W.
M. MoI'iiktehi will b) a candlJato for
tbeoUIco of County Judto of Alexander
KOH COUNTY OLKHK.
Wo are autborlted to announce that
Tacob O. IiTMc-a will be a saodldate for
Editor Bullktis Please announce
my natni as a candidate for tbe office of
county clerk. Joll O. Crowlet.
We are authorized to announce Jomru
T. Datiiom as a candidate fur tha ollice
of county clerk, at the ensuing November
election, mbject to tbu declailun of the
voters of Alexander county.
KOIl COUNTY TKBASUKEK.
We lire authorizod to announce JoUN 11.
OusaUAM a candidate fur the olllce ol
Kditoh or The Buu.etik You will
pleaaa annuuuco my name as th people's
candidal lor county treasurer, nt tbe en
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to. serve th people, 1 bop to be
elected by tbe poople.
8-20td Wtt.LiAU Martin.
Wa ar authorized to announce -Mrs, H.
K. Ilrown. of Tbehes precinct, aa a candi
date fur superintendent of school.
Please announcn me as a candidate for
Superintendent of Public Instruction of
Mh. I. A. Taylor.
W'r. aro authorized to announce UlRAU
K. l'UT sax, of llar.lewoud, as a candl
date for county superintendent of public
COUNTY COM MISSION Kit.
Editor Hi'Llktin : Please announce
mo as a candidate fur the olllce of County
Commissioner. Thomas .Martin."
Editor Bulletin :
Piease announce that I am a candidate
for county commissioner.
Cairo, Ills., October I", 1878.
Wk are authorized to announce Mr.
Oxofuie Flail r.R aa a candidate for Coun
ty Commissioner, at tho oniuing Novem
We are authorised to announce James
L. S anijkrsi, of Clear creek, as a candidal
fur county cornmiialoner.
Wk are authorized to announce Alex
ander C. Holinr.it of Unity, aa a can
didate fur County Commissioner.
Havino been solicited by numerous
voters uf Alexander county to become a
candidate for the office of county com
missioner, I hereby announce tbat I will
be a candidate for that otflce, at tbe ensu
ing November election.
a ,m''S'( t W a!"'-
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tui boavleat froat of lb aeainn whs
(to and see 11. Meyers uM bu will show
you tne Qn-t lot of Meerschaums over
brought to ChIm. 3t
ConsTAIile Wootkn, though attending
to his duties on tbu police force, has not
beon well fur some time. A bad cold is
bis chief complaint.
Orni'EH LaHue bas returned to dutji
having returned from a ten days leave ol
abienco spent mong friend at bis old
home, Vincennes, Indiana.
Col. S. S. Taylor left by the afternoon
tram yesterday for Now York City, on
buslneea in connection with tho nfl'.irs of
tbe Cairo City Property company.
Squire Putnam, of Ilazlewood, candi
date for superintendent of schools, is In
town. He Is casting about endeavoring
to ascertain bow tho political land layt.
A large lot uf 3liu
'Squire Bird's polico court yestorday,
wasliko a "banquet ball deserted." Hit
honor tat and waited tho live long day,
but there wero no victims brought befor
At the last regular mooting of 11, o
city council, Mr, Chat. Lamo was nomin
ated and confirmed as street lax collector.
Mr. Lam is the right man in the right
We announce Frcdolin Jlrost this
morning, at a candidato for county judge,
ilrost haa been tbe bust county judge
Alexander over had, and should ba re
elected. The chamber of commerce toemt to be
holding Its regular morning sessions just
for the "fun of tbe. thing." Tbe tnombert
assembled yesterday morning at tho usual
hour, and as at the previous meeting ad
journed without transacting any buslnesr.
The quarantine at this port against
boats coming from Meraphlt and other
loutbern points where th yellow fever
prevails, has boon raisod by proclamation
of Mayor Wood. No further danger U
apprehendid on account of tbo tcorge.
The Paducab 'Kuntuckian' rcquettt
tho pleasure of defeating the Nemo base
ball club with tho ldlowild't of tbat city,
Certainly; anything to obligo a neighbor;
but If our boys can't play badly enough
to be defeated tho 1 Kontucklan 1 mutt not
bake itt lockt at ut.
IlT ref.ronce to the card of Delta Lodge
No. G8, A. F. and A. M. matons, pub
lished in Tub Bulletin this morning, it
will be teen that tho funoral aervicei of
Mr. A. A. Arrlck, deceated, will take
place at hit late residence at 1:30 o'clock
to-day, and th funeral by (pedal train
from tho foot nf Tenth street at 3 p m.
The I'OLioEof tbo city bnve boon out
among tho light dngored gentry, and giva
them toundorttand that ther Is no room
In Cairo for them. Night before last no
town by one boat. Tho mayor nvowt fait
determination to revoke th liconte of any
and ovory boardtnishouto or saloon keeper
who knowingly harbort any of these sus
picious characters. Hunt them out.
Oairo, Oct. 'J2d, 187.'l.
a The membors of Cairo Lodge 237,
A. P. & A. M., aro hereby re
Vs quested to assemble at their lodgo
room at balf-pasl two o'clock to-day,
(Wednesday) to attend tho funeral of our
decoated brothor, A. A. Arrlck.
By order of II Meter, S. W.
Squire W. M. McPueters, of Santa
Fe precinct, It announced in this morn
Ing't Bulletin at a candidate for the of
fice of county judge. Squire Mcl'hetert
is an old citizen ol Alexander county,
and is well-known at an Intelligent, hon
est and honorable man. If he should be
tbe choico if tho poople fur th Ptty'
he teeVt, be will endeavor to Bit tin. 'Law
acceptably to all concerned.
At a meeting of Cairo Chapter No. 71
of ltoyal Arch Masons, held last night
the following officer! wora elected : High
Priest, L. U. Jorgcnten; King, .1 olin
Antrim; Scribe, II. Meyer; Captain of
the Host, A. "W. Oneal ; Principal Sojourn
er, P. W. Barclay ; Koyal Arch Captain,
E. 0. Uhl; Matter of Third Vail, B. F.
Blake; Matter of Second Vail, J. U. B.
Tabor ; Matter of First Vail, J. A. Gold
ttine; Troaturer, P. O. Schuh; Secretary,
Delta lomik No. 608, A. F. and A. M.
will hold a special communication at
Masonic ball. Cairo lilt, at 12:30 p.m., to
day (Wednetday) for tho purpose of at
tending the funeral of our late Brother,
A. A. Arlck. All Matonlo brethren aro
fraternally Invited to attend. Funeral
services will be held at tbe residenco of
our lalo Brother at 1 o'clock p.m.
A special train will leave Tenth ttroct
at 3 o'clock p. in. W. A. Sloo.
W e regret to loam that the venerable
and distinguished father of Mr. W. W.
Thornton of this city, died at Shelby vlllo,
on Monday evening last. Ibe deceased.
Gen. W. F. Thornton, 84 ycara. of age at
tho timo of his doatb, was in hit day and
generation one of tho most widely known
citizena of the stato. He wat a man of
great ability, and at much distinguished
for bit Integrity and large-hearted phi
lanthropy aa for breadth of rnind, public
spirit and onergy.
Tin: following weru tbo arrivals at the
European hotel ycttorday: Ed Dod
dridge, CAitT II U ; Thot Parkor, Villa
Bidge; G G Walters, Altenburg, Mn;
A B Alexander, C & V It K; D Hill,
Catcyville, Ky; M Hicks, ditto; J1I
Uagfey, 0 A & T K K ; J A ltlce, Harris
burg, 111 ; Doctor Brown, Mound City;
John W Turlay, Centralia; Thos F Kerr,
Mound City; G A D'Baum, Ullin; Geo
Milton, Marion, III; Win Simpson, N Y;
Jack Hocbe, Omaha; M nemmlngway,
AU cfTtT S SA UK.
I wilt sell at tbe residence of Mn
(ioodyenr, corner of Eighth atrcot and
Washington avenue, on Thursday, Oct
her 23d, at 9 o'clock, a. m., a full lino of
household and kitchen furnituro, consist
ing of bedsteads, mattresses, parlor chain,
safes, carpotr, sofat, marble-top center
tables, ono very fine Brussels carpet,
wardrobes, bureaus, oil-clotb, ex tables,
mirrors, two cooking stoves, threo heating
stovoi. In fact ovorytbing in tbo way of
household and kltcbcn furniture. Sale
positive, without reserve.
Daniel Hartuan, Auctioneer.
Romumber, sales of all kinds of goods
at my salesroom, 105 Commercial avenue,
very Friday at flj o'clock, a. in.
CI IT COUNCIL.
Special meeting of tho Council called
by tho Mayor for tbe approval uf bondt:
Cairo, III ,Oc;ober 20th, 18733 p.m. j
Present Hit Honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Btxby, Korsmeyer, McGauley,
Meyort, Morris, Ilittanhouse, and Robin-
iiond or htreet supervisor.
Tbe official bond of Charles Lame,
ttreet tuporvitor, was presented, bolng in
the penal sum of two thousand dollar;,
with Samuel Walten, E. A. Burnott, and
Bristol & Stllwoll at turetlet tboreon. On
motion of Alderman Rittenhoute laid
bond wat ordered approved whon tha indi
vidual names of Brittol & Stllwoll shall
have been Inserted in tho bond, in lieu of
tho firm name.
liquor RON I).
City bond of Batto i Zanone for liquor
liconte wat protentad, with additional ee
curity, and, on motion of Alderman Mey
On motion of Alderman McGauley the
M. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
I will sell on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1873,
at 19 o'clock, a.m, at the residence ol
JOHN II. KELLY,
on Washington avenue, near Eighth
street, his entire
contitting of one parlor tott, one fine
mirror, one tine rosewood piano, nearly
now, marble top centre tablot, tof chain,
cane bottom chain, Brunei carpets, three
pile carpett, bureaus, watb standi, mirrors,
rocking chain, bedtteadt and bedding,
contitting of pillowt, mattresoi, blankets,
comforts, thseti, bedspringi, washbowls,
pitcher, and oca extension tabic, one
large dining-room tablo, dining-room
chain, a large assortment of diihet, glass
war, knives and forks, spoons, castors,
tablo cloths, napkins, tinware and kitchen
furniture, one cooking ttove and cooking
utensils, boating itovoi, window thadei,
and many other artlclct used in keeping
bouse, too numerous to mention. Alto,
Sale without reserve,
10-21 3t Louie 11. Myers, Atictlonoor
Gab and StcamHtting on short notice
F. Ilrost, Judge, preiding; Jacob G.
Lynch, Clerk; Alex. II. Irvin, Sherlir.
Purtuant to adjournment probato court
assembled at nino o'clock ye'torday morn
lug, whet, tbo following business wat tram,
The people vs. Jacob Bradley; recog-
nizmco to keep Urn peace. Case con
tinued by agreemont to next term.
Same vt. Stephen! and Tucker; adul
tery and fornication. Ordered that a ca
piat be Issued returnable to tho next torm.
Bail fixed by circuit court at $800 each.
tamo vt. Mitch Schtitct; rocognizanco
to keep tho peace. Defendant in court,
but protecting wltnctt failing to appear
and prosecute, It wat ordered that this
case be dismissed at tbe cost ol the pros
ecuting witness, William Rsnkln, and
tbat judgment be entered accordingly.
Sam vt. Francit Smith alias Frank
Smith; appeal from J. J. Bird, P.M.
Larceny; defendant in court; plea of not
guilty, and trial by Jury waived by defend
ant, and evidenco heard by tho court.
Defendant adjudgod not guilty and dis
charged. Same vt. Thomas Burns ; larceny. De.
fendant In court and entered plea of not
guilty. Evidence heard and adjudged
guilty. Amount of property found to bo
tlx dollars, Defendant lined 2i and costs
of proceedings, and to bo committed to
the county JmI for twenty days, nnd to
ttand committed until tho fine and cottt
Same vt. Joioph Horton ; larcony. De
fendant In court and plea of not guily en
tered. Trial by tho court; evidence heard
and adjudged not guilty.
Estate of Hiram S, English, Gee.
Fiahor, administrator. Estate sottled and
final report. Said administrator dia
chargod. Eslato of Lconidai A. Darwin, deceased,
Geo. Fisber, administrator. Report ap
proved and ordered recorded.
Estate of Thomas L. Morgan,
deceased. Proof of notice for ad
juttment submitted, which wat ap
proved and recorded ; and it vat further
ordered that claims againtt laid ettato
may bo probated at this torm.
Ellen McCarthy vh. Patrick Morgan
administrator of tbe etttte cf Thomas L
Morgan, deceased. In order to get tbo
evidence of Juhn Morgan, case continued
to next term. Subpcna issue! for him.
Estato of Thomas L. Morgan. Ap
pointment of appraisers. It wat ordered
that Win. .1. Wllford, John Lynch and
Patrick Sullivan ar appointed to ap
praise the goods and chattels of Thomas
L. Morgan, deceased.
Adjourned to meet egain t,'. 0 o'clock
I tako tbia opportunity to inform tho
citizont of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rotumo my practice in tbe city
of Cairo on or about tbe 1st of Decombor.
9-30.tf. P. U. Williamd, Dentist.
The Cairo Cusino will givo a social ball
in Washington hall on Monday ovoning,
November .1, to which alt their friends aro
invited. Tickets $1, at tho door.
J. Ku:hlek, )
P Heim, SCom.
C. Werer. j
10-15 ot C
Four thousand busbois of coko for sale
by tbo Cairo City Gas company. Twenty
five bushels of coko delivered at nny house
in the city for S'2 00. It burnt freely, and
makes a hotter and clcanor fire than coal.
Try it. II. T. Gerould.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each i'4
feet long, 2 inch Dram, '1 H inch Flu, a
with tiro frontt. Mud and Sleam drumt
Safoty and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in first-clais
order'; been used only three months. Fur
price, etc., inquire of J. T. Rennie,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Workt
Having boon appointod atlignoe of tbe
ttock ot millinery gooit ol Mr:. Anna
Lang, for tbe benefit of hor creditora, I
will tell the lam at public auction on
Tbunday, November eighth, 1873, at the
old ttand on Eighth ttrcot. Sate to cora
menco at 9 o'clock and continue from day
to day until all the goodt aro told.
John U. Gos-sman, Atsignee.
Cairo, October IB, 1873.
A clergyman, whil retlding in South
America at a missionary, ditcovorol a
sato and simple remedy for tbe cure of
nervoui weakness, oarly decay, diseases of
the uriaary and seminal organs, and the
whole train of disorders brought on by
baneful and vicious habits. Great num
bers have been cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a desire to beneQt the af
flicted and unfortunate, 1 will tend the
receipt tor preparing and using thit med
icine in a sealed envelope to anyone who
needt it,r of charge. Addrcst
Joskph T. Inmav,
Station I), Bible House, New York.
August iM, 1 yr
AT THE ATHENE IJM.
OCT. 17, 18, IU, '10, 21, a'2, 23,24, 25, 24,27
Adraittion: Gont and lady to one lec
ture, 60 cents ; gent and lady to tho full
course, $4. Retorvd seats for lull course,
$1 extra, or 25 cents a night.
Antiquity f man Illustrated by paint
Woman' position in the Bible.
What was Jetut? Did h rite from th
Racet of mankind and their destiny 11
luttrated. Mineral! and Metals.
Propheclei or the BlbU.
Prayer in the light of Modern Science
Noah'i Ark scientifically considered.
Go to B. F. Blake's for everything in
the Steam and Gasfittlng line. 9-28tf.
For oas and steam fitting go to Ren
nle'i Vulcan Iron workt, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth ttreet. 9-10-tf
Chandeliers, Bracket!, Pendantt,
Globet, tie. fur tat at pricot tbat cannot
b beat, by B. T. Blake, Brost' Block.
Wanted two experienced hog catch
ers who thoroughly understand the but
inef. Apply to Cbief-of-Polic Mcllale,
at the city clerk't office. 3t
Wht cough yourself to death7 A
few dotos of Dr. Ransom's Hive Syrup
and Tulu, or Honey Syrup, will ttcp your
cough and beal your lungs. Phyaicis.ni utc
and prescribe It. Only 2S cents per bot
Fur. Sale Liiiat.- Ono ipan good,
young mules, also a doublo wagon. Will
tell them together or separately. Enquire
of II use, Looms A Co.,
tf No. 01 Ohio Lovee.
For Sale. Two desirable lots No. 7
and 8, block 70, city; corner of Tenth and
Walnut ttreots. Will bo told with or
without tho homo on lot 8, For particu
lars, etc , apply to
10-ll-2w Mathubs A Uul.
P. Fitzgerald at hit roomt, corner
Fourteenth ttreot and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Guinness' Porter &
Bass' ales and pure Hennctiy brandy,
and the genuine Asgosturo bittors, all
firat-clast cholora cures. Try them
Dr. W. R. Smith hat rumotod his of
fice to the socond story of Louis Horbert's
new brick building on Eighth streot, be
tween Wathlngton and Commercial ave
nues, where ho has moro comfortable and
commodious quarlort. 8-10-tf
Mr. Wm. Ehi.iirr la anxloua to Inform
hi a frienda and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that h'. don hit otcn fitting
In gaiters, fine boota and shoes. In fact
all hit work It dono in bit own shop.
JuT received at Eblor't, Twenllotb
ttreet, bftween Wathlngton avonuo and
Poplar ttrcot, tho finest French talf, pat
ont leather and Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect fit and satisfaction as
sured. Any persons in need of boots and
shoes should call on Ehler's, examine his
ttock of leathers and leave their ordors.
R. Jokks, fashionable boot and shoo
makor. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
tbe latest improvement! in the lino of bit
butincts. Only tho belt ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be firttclatt in overy respect.
Shop on Commercial avonuo, near corner
of Tenth ttreot. 10-7-tf
Well done, good and faithful servant.
Tills is the plaudit being proclaimed frcm
the mountain! to the tea, in reference to
tbe trantondent merits of Dr. McCnbo's
renownod medicated blackborry brandy.
It has been tho meant of rescuing thou
sands of precious lives from tbo j'iwa of
death. Tbu vulco of wisdom cays usn II
Only told in bottles, never otherwise.
DlARRUOJA, DTdENTAHT, Olt IlLOoHY
FLur. Tako one toaspoonful of Dr. Mil
ler's Mugnotic Balm, put into n tnacupful
of warm water eweetcned well with white
sugar, and drink within a half hour. Re
peat tho dose every hour or two, if severo
for throe or four times. Bathe tho back
and bowels with tho Balm. Trice of Balm
25 conts per bottle. Seo advertisement in
thit paper. d&w-l-t
A New Enteri-ribk. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a line of hackt between Cairo
and tho torminut of tho Cairo, Arkantat
& Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2 jo clock, p. in,, making close con
necttcn with tbe trains on that road.
Orders for pattongert or baggago should
be left at Field's stable, on 10:h streot.
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlst physi
clan, late of Shawnoetown, has located In
this city and intonds making it bit home
Tbe doctor comet to Cairo well recom
mended, aud rofon to the officer! of tho
Fint National bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom he is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tho patronago of
our citizens, Offito 140 Commercial ave
nue. 7 20-tf
We need not remark tbat the oytter it
a good thing to bavo In tho home ; every
body knowt that ; but It may be necetsary
to lay tbat the betl oysters la tbe city
may bo found at the oyttor taloan of
Amandut Jaeckol. He hat fitted up
rooms in Ine stylo, and has mad arrange
ments by which he will be able to obtain
daily supplies of fresh oysters, which he
is prepared to diah up to customers in any
manner. Call upon Jaeckel and try bis
Central House On Sixth street be
tween Commercial and Wathlngton
Thit home bat recently undergone thor
ough repatrt, and ii now in flril-clan con
dition for th accommodation of tbe trav
eling public. Hoarders accommodated on
reasonable terms. A share of patronago
is solicited. Mrs. T. N. G affnuy,
Tho harbor shop u on tho corner of
Eighth itroet and Commercial avonue
whoro J.4Goorgo Stionhouto with hisgon
tlomonly assistants nan bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham
poo. It it a firtt-clats thop, and you are
euro of receiving llrtt-olaii treatment.
Liid lot' aud children's hair cut or curled
after the moit approved ttylos. H-10-tf
Admitted Bbt, Dr. Prlco't Cream
Baking Powder it universally admitted
to he the belt in uio, and having uted i
for a number of years we have no hesita
tion in adding our testimony as to its mer
its. There is nothing deleterious in Ui
competition, an important consideration
up and pftlaied off, without csnildoratlont
at to their effect upon tho health of the
consumers. Dr. Prlce't Special Flavor
ings, extrsctod from tho fruit, aru real ,
tbo most dcsirnblo Itavort wo ever inc. I,
Unwholesome Food. By tho unnat
ural combination of different articles by
ignorant persons for baking powders,
(even If articles nro pure) thoy render tho
food very indigestible, at the chemical
action, whon thoy entor the stomach, pre
vents thoir being digested. Of these mix.
turet it rcquirei but a ftnall quantity to
make food very unwholoiome. Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder It tho only pow.
dcr preparod by tho application of icicn
title principles, combining all tho ele
ments of a perfect powder, tbut making
It tafe, economical and nutritious, and
only to be equalled in purity and ttrongth
by hit true special flavorings of vanilla,
roso, etc., with which every housekeeper
should bo supplied, 10-21-d &w-l w.
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS
IlKNUKUSON, Ky., October 8, 1S73.
To whom It may concern :
Thl is to certlly that Capt. Hiram Hill, f
the wrecking boat Charlie lllll.hai removed
from the river in front of the city wharf tho
wreck of the S. B. Collier, sunk In .March
laat. The wreck wai u difficult one to man
age, owing to the position on the bottom, to
auy nothing of the largo amount of sediment
accumulated since the sinking. Still Capt
Hill removed It all, under contract with tho
city, In a abort time, and to tbu aatlstuctlon
ot the common council and myself, and haa
this day been paid In full for his labor, with
out ono word of complaint. Wltb pleasure
1 recommend the captain and liU boat to
all those needing hi cervices.
Rctpcctfully, E. S. St.iklino, Jr.,
Mayor City of Henderson.
Paul J. Manh, Whart-Maslcr.
To the Mayor and City Council of the City
of Ucndcraon, Kentucky:
(Iknti.emen It gives me jilca-urc to
tender to you, and through
you to those citizens with
whom I have become acquainted since I
haubccn In jour employ, my heartfelt
thanks for tho unllorm courtesy ami kind
treatment 1 have received ; aud Juat here
permit mo to aay I have leas annoyance trom
the authorities of your city, have been more
promptly paid in full of my contract than
ever before during my wrccklngcxpcrience
I can ever refer to my stay In your city
with the kindest rcmcmbcrancc, ami trust
you may never be allllctcd with another
sunken river craft.
Respectfully, HutAM Hill,
Masler of Wrecking Boat Chat lie Hill.
Henhkiisox, Ky., Octobers, 1S73.
siiiio i.r.vj i:,
Between Fourth and Sixth Strccta.
JOHN GOCKEL, - IMtnpniKTon.
This liolle having recently limit roin
thorough repair, ami addition of more than
twenty Knot aized and well lurnUlieil room
hat ln been ailUed to It, it now preparui
to uceommodato ccmfonnbly nt leant on
li'inOreil gncau. The table fa iilwaya nip
piled Willi tho beat tho market nllonl-,
aervod up in tho moat approved alyic.
Term reasonable. A share of patioiiacc
solicited. It-Id tf
(Successor to II. ThteleckO
Urnler In All Kind
ntTTVIEN TENTH and eleventh ktreets
Having purchased the grorcry establish
ment of if. Thlclcckc, I shall always keep
on hand a lull and I'reahaupply of all the beat
good in my line, to bo found in the market.
By etrlct attention tolmaluc, and lair deal
ing, 1 hope not only to retain all the cuMoni
the placo haa enjoyed In the past, but to add
to the Hat many new patrons. Aaklng a
falraharo of public patronage,
Keapoctfully, Hek.man SCHMr.TrsToltlfK
MRS. M oOEK,
On Klghtb turret, betwernUommer:laland IVaa'
ntlton Avanuca, la ilillr racalviof
HEW MILLIN'EUY GOODS
LATKKT 81'KINO AND HUUUEIt MTYLB!
Heaidea a full lia of
BON'iaraa'rB sc hats
ITrimrood aod untrimmed.J
KhE.N'CU FLOWKIW. KIBUO.Nd, THIM ttl.NOf
of all klnda, Lacen, Mo., ate,
Mra. Mrdea hu alao a lara aiiorimast 0
Funcy Artlolaa, auoh a
MKUK TI.H. C'Ll.AKW, UNPE KHL.a.KVlitl,
nur Fa, KAN 11 Ka, KAWM.I
Add all olharartiolaa uiuallr fetmd In a
FIKST-OLA88 MILL1NK11Y BTORH
J11IB, dltUUV. IU UU.liUII lJ UOI DHb UI
Kancv and Millinery Goods, bas a flno and
Comploto aaaortment of Cincinnati Custom
made l.aillca' and Misses' Shoe and Chll
drons' Hoots, lllatk and in Colon. These
roacknowledgcd to be tbo tlnest and bent
ver In tbe market, and this Ii the only
nine the nltv that make them a snoUlty
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
FHKnll FALL tiTYLIt"
M IIS. M . J A 0 K SO-N,
(Formerly Mrs. Swandors,)
announces that the has Just opened n large
asaortment oi ine
Mlllluerv (Inndi to be found in tho market.
She will keep on hand
Hath, Honnets, r lowers, minions,
Dress Tkimminos or All Kimuh,
Laiues FuiiNisiiiNti (loons, Notion,
Coll a lis, Umderslerves, Uurra,
And all Knoila found In millinery stores, all
of which will be disponed ol at tho loweat
raali pricea. Mra, Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of tho pataonage which
has been so liberally beataowed upon her by
lie lautea ni uairu nuu uio vieiiiuy.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
kKSlDXNOE-oornerNlBth and WaJnal au.
LOffloo corner Utxtt atreet and Oble lTa.
of valuable ferry prlvellge
with oo(l fiT
num. bi rauueau, iteniu
Oil f rttllrdav. November l.V at Ih. l,n-
12 m., at tho Irrrv l.niillnir In I'udnmh ki
tucky, we will sell the ferry prlvlleg (ba
lug about 17 ycarato run) belonging to tl
late V. iiaren. The Illinois and Soulhesr.
ern railroad crosalng, at this point, tnakt
thla valuable property. The boat la near!
new. ami haajuat undergone thorough n
pain. Huns ten mile an hour against tl
Ohio current, anil large enough to do all tt
business. On aame day will sell otborproi
crty too numorous to mention. Terms,
0 nnd 9 months, with good security with ti
Robert and Henet Oarbn.
Adm'nof V.Osren't ettati
PaIiUCAH, Ky., October 15, Wit. 10-W t
TJLIE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLlIUT.PrMldaati ,
HENKT L. HALL1DAT, Viee-Preilitsi 1
A. fl.HAFFORD, Caahlar) j
WALTER HTHLOP, Aaalatla Caihlar-
Htiita TiiLoa. BiisT U. Ocwiaaiia
rianrnT I.. Hiludit. W. P. Hauidiv.
Qao. I). Winuatoi, Hiaraaa Bias
a. u. oArruu.
BaKibnaaii, Colas staaal fjnltml !
Bond Bofscbt tiad B)14.
DEPOSITS rwalved, aad a general baskfai
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. TV'. .Miller, f resident.
J. M. Phi Lirn, Vice-President.
Chas, Cunningham, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS FBOMPTLY M.'tDK.
EXCnAMIK, coin, bank notaa and Uaitad
State aeccrltlaa bought and aold.
nitrMi AIIowmI on llina Desott.
niarlr.S ! 1. !.
OITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President;
u u ipivi nil vl...liMdrf.at.
U. I1YSLOP, Secretary and Truurt
c. M. HaacLAv, Cans. Oiuiu,
i'. H. rtTocanata, Pan. O. Beams,
t. a. Oeiaai, ii. P. Baixibai ,
J. M. PstiLUr .
-pnattaol avnjr Af ossm BttwlT! fr
Ton Cata Upward.
I MTKREUT paid on dapoalta at the rata of su
I percent. Dr annum. March lat and Ractem-
r lat, Inlareatnot withdrawn Is added Irama.
airly to the principal of the dapoalta, thereby
'vlnx them compound Internal.
UARRIBO WOMEN AND OHILEREB MAT
ae tbat no oia ius eim raiw it.
Open tit j bualasw dar from a.m. to I p-m
nd riaturdav or .fl for HAVINO DEPOSIT!
nnl.( from t to o elofik.
nl'tl W, HTSLOP. Traaanrar.
T. Nr. KIMUROUGH,
CARPENTER & RUILDER
Taitti Jitreot aaid WuatalnloD Avenue
IT3TA1I klnda of jobblnjr work done on
hurt notice, aud in jjood style, Leave or
d era at the shop
WARD & KOBKHTS,
IP A. I IN" TIB
Dealers in 'Window Shade?,
Wall Fai-ee, Purk Wiiitb
Lead, Linseed Oil
SriRITB TCRPEETINB, GLUE
Shellac, ALconoL, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh ttreet,
Cairo, ... Illinoi
Urerpool Kew-Turk add Philadelphia
ciDia coaraici witb critid avara aid aaitia
Fur Carrjinn tbe Mails
YOU l'A88AaK TICKETS
oa rcaxaia oaaiiTioi
S-PPLT TO JOHN O. DALX, Aqt
16 Broadway Nawlork, arto
II. n o tap t ,
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
ltectldcr and Wbolciale Dealer iu
FORKIUR AND DOMES IU
LIQUORS AND "VV7NE3
NO. 02 0UIO LEVEE,
UHIGMAN & FROST,
(Succctsort to H. lllxby,)
1 AND DEALER IN
Country PoDt'CBor all Kin
lletwecu Eighth and Ninth Br
Ilalnc purchased the entire U.0"
II xby and milled to it very ms"
ak a tharool public PlroiiaKrrj,wn(1
We will keep on hand nothln,..
t;i,ni, anil will tell at a cloa r J)
uooua i t nvurrii iu muj r.