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DAILY BULLETIN, THCRSDA'k', OCTOBER 2i,
J
iX CA1KO
Si u
LOCAL WEATHER REMIT.
orir,Hi'ic, Caiho, THi., I
October !, lo:ll p.m., ti8. J
Barometer, Win degr es.
Thetmometi r, 41 degrees.
Wind iota. Velocity per
mour.
Weather elear.
Maximum umpetAture lot last 'it hour,
4 degreei:
MlnltaumurspirahuvloiiLelAst noun,
t degrees.
i'rmmngwlnd irlsit hour, norib.
Total number of mllet txaveUd l7 w'nJ
during last at hour, 9!.
lW!: OAjlHiirj,
Observer Sinal Serslee. U. b. A.
ohn y. Uanasu, Cbas. Thrup
JOHN Q. UAHMAN A CO.,
ESTATE
AM
HOTJSI3 AGENTS
Out LECTORS
CONVKVANOKKS,
NOTARIES FUUMC
And Linil Atenl of the I limit Centra'
su.l liurllugtoti aud Miaaotiri Railroad cow
paulea. rlk Cr. (Ill HI. and QUI iatet
Cairo, Ilmnoia.
Uflcr tor tale at low azures anil easy term
the lollowlu real eatuto :
No. 1-5 lots lu the "Ridge Wocl." run
fillip lliroiiKli the block iloiu Killed. tb to
.Sixteenth alreets, iw-nl residence proper!)
In ibe city. Uita :i and 4 h 4.i. ell), Vuli
luiftuu avenue, between 'thirteenth ami
Kouiteeiilh iri'cio, went able tfood two.
lor) dvvelllui; hotie on each lui. Loin 5
anil G, adjoining Hie but before named.
Lot 14. b &l, city, on hlxtb street, aotllli
side, hetri-cn CouinicrcUl ami iVa-liIitou
avenues.
No -Z Lots 7 and 8, Ii 3:. corner ol Four
teenth ami I'oplar atreeta, front on 1'oplai
street, went aide. oKiiit- pO"t-olllce blonk
No 3 splendid Imsim-as hulldim;, resi
dence lu aecoud ntory, 0 rooiun, lull ami
(rout and rear .fairway, watcrou botli Hour..
In number one comnlloii: situated on north
eat corner ot Commercial aveuuu ami
Twellth ftreot. A treat bargain If aold
loo II
No 4 l-ot 4, l 'il. CoiniuercUl avenue,
between Fourth an I r'lllh atnela. !t 21,
b it, on VitiUitou avenue, between Klllli
and .iixth atreelr.
No 6 aU lot in I. S'.i, lat ad. Ulgb
ground. tSJeacb on ray payment.
NoO Lot I and i, In I) f nurtti corner ol
Tenth and Levee striti. Het bu-luca loca
tion lu the city term eay. LoU'Jl, .'iainl
illn b III, Nt ad.,outlj corner ol Twentieth
aud I'oplar alreet. Al' llir-e lot in court.
aoua block, fronting on I'oplar treet.
No 7 Uil Is aud 1U, ti ill kOuIIi aide, o'
Twenty-but atrert, oppo-lte "Conveni
Illock" ery denlrablo lor residence ptn
po.flf, cheap.
No S Ten id the choired lot, In block
y, li addition, above urade, beautiiul rel
deuce location, will be wld at a great bar
fain. We call particular attention to tbb
prnpcrtT a it will be onl very low.
oi That elegant renldence on Stvenlli
treel, owued by L'ait. Ilurd, tronlln T.'i
feet on .Seventh itrert, aud ruuuiiiK btck
10 Irct to Sixth. TbN properly I- web
known to the cilizeuot Cairo aud vicinity
oii ol the luot complete and coovemeul
roldeacea lu the tit). It lui all the con
veuteucea appertiluiiiK t a tlrst-cl n hoiue.
The Krontidi are hlifhly euibel lhed wllh
trlect liiubbery and milt in abumlan e;
carriage notlne, table aud outbuilding tirst
claw. jwIh t.i the remuVil ol C'apt Uurd
thl property will be old at a g.eat bargain
our-) tuna-. Al-o lwololou coriierThird
treet and Mlilipl levee. '1 ho l-ver
I ulldlnic, formerly oernpied by Capt. Hum,
In li a ijulo levee, ".lprinhrteld lllock " loi
rrnt.
.No fa An rlek'int rf'lJcnce with fourot
In It 17, city lor aale erj t-lit-ai, II
ionn lilxb gruud. and prrmltea lu a Ni.
1 ciindltlun.
N.i ll A No. I cottage on KourtU itr. et.
between Wanhln'ton avenue and Walnu
(treel. lo two iota runuluK from K.-urth
to r llth street' ve y di'iliable property
No U Sw twu-iory dwel tun In prime
order, on l.ocu-t tret, hlliet ground in
lh cltv. two lotn. Trice tt 30"J.
No til An ilei?nt re-ldence wpb aboui
three icrrof j;riiund,fuvcreil wth all klnd
ot e'ict Irult aud pUrubbery, m Siuta Ke
for ilf cbap.
a ris ciiaxc for invkbtmhst.
We have lor -ale or leane vacant and lm
proved properly in all poilloni ol the
city Al'i o.er'JS.IKKJ acres or unimproved
land in Alcxau ler.iud i'uliki coun.le, at
eitrrm ly low rlgiirea, and In iractt 'o i-ull
p irclu-tr-. Wit are agent lot tlife llllnol-CVnt.-ii
railroad land lu thin and Tuli-ki
cminllci It I roiid I.iihIh nut oid prior lu
N'tvi-mtier m-xt will pax into other hande.
Sow i ti t: tlm to pur.dianf.
KUIORANTS Til 1 UK OKI! VT WC-T.
We are the aurntu ol tlm Iturtlngton and
MUtouii Kill onl cuinpiiuy, who oiler fm
taeia luwaaud Nehru ka million of acre
el I lie be-t land on the continent, on ten
je.ir credit. 6 per cent. Inlcret. Mnp,
pauip'jlet", circular and all n-cf katy Inlor
matbiij reialivit to tlio-e land ami bow te
reach tueut furnished upon application.
Call at on.-c and xamlne for vourive Ap
ply to JOHN j. IIAUUAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee at., Cairo, 111.
.ln-7 P-73.
HUTCH r.M.
II V LAND & SAUElt,
BUTOHERS
AND PIALBK8 lit
CHOICE FKESH MEATS
OF EVEltY DKSCHU'TION,
Corner 10th itreet and Commercial aTonu
next door ti the Uyland naloon.
IMC tf. OA1KU, ILLS.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTOHBR
AND UKA1.KK IN
FFESH MEAT,
KionTn Stut, Hitwiix Wabuixotoa
AND OOUMIOIAL AviHUII,
AdfolBldB X'luntaontii aad Hiinnr'ii
Kep (he bm or Heel, Pork, Miiltoo Val
t.ntnb, Sauaaxe, ato., nil arc preparxi to aarve
)lliin In Ilia mmt anraptahla manner.
JOHN SMITH,
(Successor lo Jamci Kynaaton,)
BUTOUalB ASD Uil. IH ALL KlBDI 01
FBKtn Mkats,
Cornkr NnntTiitm and l'orLAx ar.,
CAUIO. ILLINOIS.
lluyi an1 sUuUtera only the beat eallle,
boira ana nhoop, nml I" prepared to All any
Ictnaid for freahraoaU from one pound to
len houand nonnda
NOI'ICK.
J'ubll ! nntlco la hi r. Iiy Kivcn by tbo hoard
ot tru-ieea o. aclio i'a, of town-hip veii
tn.'ii. HiutU range on1, writ, county ol Al x
ainliir mi I tat ol ll in l : 'I'll it on S itur
it iv, the tlitecnth day of November. A.l..
l47i. ut llio bniirot t o'clmlv p.m., n laid
,l;iy, ut the 1'oor ol llio umirMi U" In the city
of Til ro, cotintv n A'Xttiider nnd "late of
Illinois we will oiler for wile at publbi tic
tinn fur ca h in hand, the following di
Kci llied lot, piece 01 iiarrel of land, ituate
Jyinwiind bui ir In tfi llrnt udditlon to the
city of i nlro, cotintyof Alexiiuderiind itule
ol llllnnls mid known utnl de.lgnate I on
the record d muii or plat of aald city at lot
mihbered forty lu uiock iiu "nenin tweniy
tlilit, Ji'liM T. Hknnik,
. k ' W. I' Ham-lay.
ANiSOUiS'CEMENTS.
FOB COU1STT JUD02.
Wi re authorlced to announce that
F. Unvts will b candidate for the office
3t County Judge of Alexander county.
Vt are authorized to announce- tliat W.
M. Mcl'iliriKS will bi candidal? for
tbo olSc of County Judge of Alexander
:ounty.
FOit COUNT1 CLERK,
We lire authorized to annouLce that
Jacob O. Ltsca will U a gattdldate for
County Clerk.
Editor Bollf.uk l'la atir.ounc
my natniai a candidate for the otilcn ol
county t-lark. JoHM 0, Crowlkt.
We are tuthorlxed to Announce Joitra
T. Datuom at candidate for the oille
sf county clerk, at tbe eniulng November
election, luljnct to the decision ot the
voUra of Aleiandtr ciiuntj.
FOK CuUNiT TKEAbUKEK.
We are authorized to announce Joum H.
Oor.Man a candidate for tbo office ol
county treasurer.
Emtoii or Tits Uclleiin You will
pleaiu announce my name a the people t
candidate lor county trrciurcr, nt the en
mlng Novum be r election. Intending and
desiring to aerve the people, 1 hope to be
olected by the people.
8-20td WlLLl.vu Makti.v.
COUNTRY U I'KKI NTKN DKNT
Wi are au'liorizi-d to announce Mri. S.
K. Drown, of Thebea precinct, a a candi
Into tor auperintendrtnt of icboo!.
l'l.r.vat announco me at a candidate for
jiiprriuteudent of l'ublic Invtruction of
Ab-xaliiler county.
Mkk. 1'. A. Ta yi.tb.
W'r. arn nttthor'zd to announf.i Hiram
F. I'CT.nam, of Hixlewood, a a candl
Jat for county superintendent of public
instruction.
COUNTY COM MI&ilON'lt.
KutToR Huli.cti.v . l'lertie annjunco
me a a Candidate fur the ofGue of County
Commlsiioner.
TlloVIA Maktin.
Editor IIl'llktin:
1' eaeanmiunco that I am candidate
for county cornrnlsiloccr
Tltrni. VlLo.v.
Cairo, Illi., ycSber 18, 167:'.
Wi arn authorizld to announri
(iKik(iR Fimikk as a cand'.date tor Coun
ty Coiumirtiouer, nt the eruuing Novem
ber election.
Wt are authorized to annmince Jam
i. .Si.NDF.a,of Clear creek as a candidate,
for county i-nmmiiiuner.
We ar authorizid to announcii Alex
is ii i r. C. Hodok of Unity, at a c.ti
lidate for County Cointniiaiouer. t
Ha l .so been solicited by numerous
voters of Aleiandnr lounty lo become a
;ndidate fur the ofSce of county com
mit'ioner, I hereby announce thai I will
be a candi late for that ofSce, at tho ensu
ing November election. Nift
Sr.vxHi M ARrniLDoH.
THE BU LLETIN-
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
A"iciAT .lu TlCRi .Mnrthildon aud
M'jCiIih are In ib pii v
I' d ice business lor llii pail two or
hree days bas been extremely dull.
Mr. E A, UukmkttIs in Champaign
City. He will return to Cairo on Friday
morning.
Go and ice II. Mryeri nnd hi- will show
rnu tno finest lot of Meerschaums ever
brought to Cairn. 3t
Judob Bros?, yeterday afternoon in
the county clerk'i office, united a colored
oouple in marriage.
Wated Ono flrst-claia dining room
eirl at the European hotel. Good wages,
112 per month. 10-23 3t
Tin KiveKitiiE and N'omo baio bill
clubs will play their last garno of tbo
seriea some lime noil week.
Dk. Fields' eipr;is to and from the
Cairo, Texas and Arkansas railroad is
doing a paying husineis.
It ii now asserted that the Mlisinippj
Central railroad will be completed to a
point opposite thla city by the middle of
next month.
A large lot uf flnu
Meerschaums
at
II. Meyprs.
Sale of furniture ibis morning at the
corner of Eighth itreet and Washington
ton avenue, at the boue recently occupied
by Judge Ilroas.
Tim lecture on Metals and Minerals
thai was omitted on Tuesday eveiiing,Mr.
Denton Is prepared to deliver on to-morrow
(Friday) evoning.
Mr. Louii JoRaexeoK and Mr. P. W.
Barclay will leave for New York early in
Ibo coming week, to attend some sort of a
Masonic anniversary to be held in that
city.
IteuKUOiK tho salo of household and
kitchen furniluroat tho residence of Mrs.
Uoodyeir, comer of Eighth itreet and
Washington avenue, opposito the Hough
aud Heady ongino house,
F K. Alhrioiit, Ki., furmaly ofthli
city, now a resident of Jackson county,
seems to have gone into the bono busi
ness, At all events he advertises a half
dozin or more for sale.
Keukuukr tbo salo of household goods
al tho residence of Capt. Kelly, Washing
ton avenue, near cornorof Eighth itreet,
this morning. The goodi to be sold are
first-class and all in good condition.
II A HTM AN '6
Hegular Saloi Day,
tlUDAY.Oa. m.,
At hit laloiroom, im Commercial avenue.
Fol SALE,
By Harttnan, a fine
TOl BUGGY,
At a groat bargain,
Call al Hartman'i saluroom, 105 Com
mcrcial avenue.
Dan II mm an will this morning soli
at pub'in out ?tj a large lot of household
of Mrs, Goodyear, cornor of Elgh'h
a.
treet and Waiblngton avenue. Tho gcods
will be sold on tho prrtnl'ei.
TMSM it now a largo tore of raeu and
teami engaged In making the fill along tt.e
tin of the Illinois Central railroad oppo
site Gallgber'i mill. There Is lio a cod
liderable force at ivork in the Illinois Cen
tral yards near the stone depot.
From Judges MnrcblldoD and MoCrite
wa learn that a groat deal of llcknul miw
prevails In certain localitlei In the further
portion of this county. The prevailing
slikneff ii of a bilious character, and hai
taken off number of well-known cltlzins.
'iqulre ilolmef, of Clear Creek precinct,
wai lurried one day list week.
F.EMEMBEK
Hartman'i sale
of
FURNITURE,
Tc-Jy (l'hurs'lay) 9 a. tu ,
at the
Residence of Mr. Goodyear,
corner Washington av.
and Eighth street.
Tue Methodist conference which met
at Charleston, Mis, our I, last week, ai
igncd li. F. Asplny to be pastor of the
Mfthudist cburcu at that place, and for
the Charleston circuit II. N. Watts. The
church at Belmon'., which bas been with
out regular paitor fur sotnatirne put,
was aiaigned lo the care of I. C. Crum
lay. L. W. t'owell will minister to the
wanli of the rightioui at New Madrid.
The church at Gay oso is, fur tie present,
without a paator.
Till following were the arriv
als at lh European hotel yes
terday: II W GJeapen, J C Key-k-ndall,
C. and St. L. railroad ; I) M
Mahontr, Minneapolis; D II Monroe,
'ew Orlerna; Win Thompson, Casey
villej V bwerdoar, Cleveland; llonry
Steinburg, I'lttiburg; (Seorge Spade, Co
lumbus; Hi-nry Jones, Anna; Charln
French, DuQuoln; Tom Hmllh, Villa
Ridge; Michael Tbomaa, Vienna, and M
Furlong; Chicago.
Tue funeral of the late A. A. Arrick
took place ytiterday afternoon, and wai
attended by u largx number of people, tbi
Masonic fraternity, of which he wai a
promlnaDt number, were out in force, and
considering the condition of the weather,
made as gool a dispUy as potitble. The
remains of lha decened were interred at
Beech Grovi comittery, near Mound.
Junction. The funeral cortege did not
leave the retldence for nearly an hour al
ter the timi adrortlsKd, owing to the
non-arrival ol the Cairo and Vincenms
train, by which two brothers and a sister
of ibe deceased arrived In tho city.
J R Ccmnimoiiau s carriages are the
bell in the city Ho huj the only cloie
carriage in ibe city on hi e. He will
transfer famillei lo and from steamboat!
or railroad depots night, and day, order,
being left al ti Commercial avenue. Cun
ningham would call attention of candi
dates desiring to visit tb country pre
cincta and call upon tt)" voters, to the fac1
that bit aprlrii; wagons aro precisely adaf
ted to Iho purpoio. Tney were apparent
ly made for ibe I ustneM. Either ol then
will carry a candidate and all the workii.i-frit-nds
necessary lo capture every vote
outside of Cairo, in Alexander county.
iho"b ate : court.
F. Bro.'s, Judge, presiding; Jacob G.
Lynch, Clerk; Alex U irvin, rheiitl
Probate court re-asiernbled hi 9 o'clock
yesterday morning. Tho following ii a
record of tbo dayv proceedings:
I'noBATE d ckkt.
Estate of Frank E. Williams, decented
I'elltion for letters. Petition and bond
approved, and ordi-red that letter! of ad
ministration be issued.
Estate of Aaron C. Athnrton, deceased.
Proof of notice. Proof of notice for ad
justment approved and ordered that
claims may lu probated at this term tf
court.
Estate of Taplay White, decnAied. E.
Smalling, administrator. Inventory ex
amined, approved and ordered recorded,
riame ettate widnw'i allowance and
appraisement bill. .Said bill approved
and ordered recorded; aud iho sum ol
S76U 60 alloaed al the widow'i specific
allowance as ot si-cond-clam claims.
Eitato of Albert 'A isig, Louis Jor
gensen, admiuislrator. Proof of notice of
adjustment ot claims approved and or
dered recorded; and ordered that claims
against laid estate may be probated at this
tjrtn of the court.
Estate ol F. Blankonborg, dereaiod, F.
Korsmeyer, administrator. Petition and
bond for letters of adminiilruilon exam
ined, approved and ordered recorded;
and further ordered that letters issue.
tiamo estate. Appointment of apprais
ers. It was ordered by tho court thai
Hiram Bixby, Geo. Lunar and Thomas
J. Klrth be appointed laid appraisers to
vamo and appraise ibe goods and chattlei
of the estate of the laid lilankunberg,
deceased.
Estate of Tapley White deceased. Sale
bill, for the sale of a part of the personal
property. Approved lo tako effect who n
the widow'i selection ii fllod.
Estate of Micbaol Murphey, deceased.
Executrix asked permission to file u new
bond. Permission granted. New bond
presented and approved,
Estate of John Powers, dtceised. Pro
bate of last will, otc. Ellen Powcri pre
sented an iti'truroent purporting to lotbo
last will and toatamont of John Poweri,
deceaied, together with the lubicribing
wltneisei. Will admitted to probate.
Eatate of Michael Farrell decern d.
Probate of will, etc. Anna Farrell, wid
ow of deceased, presented his lant will
and testament, which wai admitted to
probate and ordered recorded.
OUAKUIAN8
Guardianship of William 0. Cole, minor
heir of Wm. II, Cole, doconied, George
Fiaber, guardian. Hoi .or I tilod.
Guardianship of Peter L., Richard U.,
and franklin Dorrio, deci-aied. Guard!-
an'i rvport presented, examined, and o
dered recorded,
CRIMINIL DOCKXT.
V
L T f - I
n Aiewii. Aar
ceny. Nollo prowq'ii entertd by itate'i
torney, and detendant discharged.
Same vi. William. Hunter. Assault to
o itsmlt bodily injury. Nolle proiequt en
tired, and defendant discharged.
Sm vi. John Brown. The dclendact
being unable to pay a fin aliened against
him ho wai discharged.
.. -CIVIL SCCKIT.
John O,. Harman vs. Calvin C. Davidion.
As'umpilt ; demand $300 00. Sa d defei
dant noi appearing judgement entered by
the court and ordered that the ekrcaiseii
tbedamgei. Damagiianeiiod at$137 G7
William . a to re r, doing busir.eis un
der the ityle of Wm. . Storer Jt Co , v.
ibe Emei Manufacturing Company. As
umpflt; demand $500 00. Said defendant
not appearing, made default, and judg
ment entered accordingly. The clerk a
ordered to astesi the damages. Damtgei
aliened atJ40C 79.
MATVKALtZATlOX,
Gustave Laborie; tloal oath, Contln
ued for evidence to next terra.
A CARD.
I take this opportunity to Inform tho
cllizeni of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resumo my practice in tho city
of Cairo on or about the let of December.
0 SJO-tf. P L. William, Dentin.
BALL CASINlI
The Cairo Casino will give a locial ball
In Washington ball on Monday evening,
November 3, to which all their friends are
invited. Tickets $1, at the door.
J KlEIILKK, )
l- li ran. t;oin
10-1161 C Wkmkr.
CI1KAP FUEL.
Four thousand buheli of coke for sale
by tho Cairo City Gas company. Twenty
tlve bushels of coke delivered at any house
in the city for 'l 00. It turns freely, and
make! a hotter and cleaner fire than conl.
Try it. H. T. GenofLD.
IO.i!I.3t
FOR SALE.
Two Batteries of Jwn Boilers, each 2
fool lung, '2 inch Dram, 'J M Inch Flui i
with Are fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britcbin, nil complete nnd in Ural-class
order'; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Rennie,
9-23-lf. Vulcan Iron Works
ASSIGNEES SALE.
Having been appointed aiiignee of the
itoca ol millinery goods of Mrs. Anna
Lang, tor tbo benefit of her creditors, I
mill sell the same at public auction rn
Thursday, November eighth, 1873, at'lhi
Id stand on Eighth street. Salo to com
mence al 9 o'clock and continue from day
to day until all the goods are sold,
John II. G mman, Assignee.
Cairo, October 18, 1 87 J.
AUCTION SALE.
I will sell at the residence of Mrs
Goodyear, corner of Eighth street and
Washington avenue, on Thursday, Octo
ber 23d, al 0J o'clock, a. m., a full lino ol
Household and kitchen furnituro, confut
ing of bedateads, mattressei, parlor chairs,
afrs, carpet', sofa, marble-top centei
Mh, one verjr Onm Bruasela rarp',
wardrobes, bureau), oil-clolh, ex tablet,
mirrors, two cooking stoves, three hoitini'
itovoi. In fact everything in tho way of
household and kitchen furniture. Sale
positive, without reserve.
Di.mri. Hartuax, Auctioneer.
Remember, sale, of all kinds of goods
ttm.y salesroom, 105 Commercial avenue,
very Friday at 0 o'clock, a. m,
DENTON.
AT THE AT1IENKUM.
OCT. 17, is, i a. ao, ai, sa. 23,a4,25,a3,a7
Admiislon : Gent and lady to one lec
ture, SO cants ; gent and lady to the full
course, $4. Reserved seats for full courio,
SI extra, or '25 cents a night.
aUHJKCTS :
Antiquity of man illustrated by paint
ing, etc.
Woman's position in the Bible.
What wa Jesus? Did ho rise from the
dead?
Races of mankind and their destiny il
lustrated. Minerals and Metals.
Prophecies of Ibe Bible.
Prayer in the light of Modera Science.
Truo Revelation.
Noah'i Ark i tionlifically considered.
The Coming Day. oct-lMt
AUCTION SALE.
I will loll on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1873,
ut 19 o'clock, a.m, at tho rnidence ol
JOHN II. KELLY,
on Washington avenue, near Eighth
street, his cnt ro
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
consisting of ono parlor sett, one fine
mirror, onn lino rosewood piano, nearly
now, marblo top centre tables, sofa chairs,
cane bottom chairs, Brussels carpets, thrre
plie carpels, bureaus, wash stands, minora,
rocking chairs, bedsteads and bedding,
consisting of pillows, mattrcivs, blankets,
comforts, sheots, bedirrings, washbowls,
pitchers, and ore extension tablo, one
largo dining-room tablo, dining-room
chairs, a largo assortmont of dishes, glass
ware, knives and forks, spoons, castors,
tablo cloths, napkins, tinwaroand kitchen
furniture, ono cooking stove and conking
utensils, heating itovcs, window shades,
and many other articles used in keeping
bouse, too numerous to mention. Also,
one
FINE MARE.
Sale without rcsoive.
10-21 3t Louis II. Mvxrs, Auctioneer
We need not remark that the oyster Is
a good thing to have In tho house ; every
body knnwi that ; but It may be necessary
to say that the best oysters in tho city
muy be found at tbo oyster salonn of
Amandtis Jaockel. He has fitted up
roomi in fine ityle, and hai made arrange
monti by which he will be able to obtain
dally luppllei of fresh oysten, which' he
ii prepared to dlib up to customers In any
manner. Call upon Jaeckel and try his
bivalvos. lm
Oai and SieauifUung on abort notic
Brow' Slock. S-18U.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
QotoB F. Blaku lor everything in
the Sttam nnd Onfiltlnz line. tf-Vl'r.
For oai and a team Mitlng go to Ren
nie'i Vulcan Iron woki, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 9-10-tf
CriAiDtLtKKi, U'r.ckeU, Pendants,
Globts, etc. for sale at prices that cannot
be Uat, by B. F. Blake, Brora' Block.
Wasted two txperlenced hog catch
fin who thoroughly understand the bus
iness. Apply to Cblef-of Police Mcllnle,
nt the city clerk's of0;o 3t
For Sa'li Chxap. Ono pan good,
young oiuIji, aleo a double wegon. Will
sell them together or eparate1y. Enquire
of Heat, Lix'liu A Co.,
tf No. CI Ohio Levee.
For Sal. Hwo deilrable lot No. 7
and b, block 70, city; corner of Tenth atid
Walnut strcetf. Will be lotd with or
without tho house on lot S. For particu
lars, eto , apply to
1 0-1 1-2 w Matiiu' k Uul.
P. Fitzgorald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Guinness' Porter A:
Bass' ales and pure Henncny brandy,
and tho genuine Ar.goiture bitters, all
llrst-class cholera cures. Try them
7-17 if
Dr. W. R Smith has removed hit of
fice to the second itnry of Louii Horbert'r
new brick building on Eighth itreet, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nue, whero hn hai more comfortable and
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
Mr. Wm. Eiiuks is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, thnt he (fees Ail own filling
in guiten, Hue boots and ihoes. In fact
all his work is dono in his own shop.
9-10-tf.
J car received al Kbler'a, Twentieth
treet, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, tho finest rrench calf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos lor gentlemen'
wear. A perfect fit and saiiilaclion as
ured. Any persons in need of boots and
ihoes should call on KhWs, examine hii
Hock of leatberi and loave their orders,
if
R. Joxrp, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottom, and
the latest improvements in the line of bis
business. Only tbo best ann most con
patent wcrkmen employed, and all work
warranted to be firitclass in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenu, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tl
DlARRniCA, DVSKNTAhY OR RLOiiDY
Flux. Takoonn toaspoonful of Dr. Mil
ler' Magnetic Balm, put Into a teacuplul
of warm water sweetened well vvilb while
lugar, and drink within a half hour. Re
peat tho dose every hour or two, if severe
tor three or four limea. Bathe the back
md bowel with the IWhn. i'ricoof Balm
'la centa per b..Ule. See adverlisemonl In
this paper. d&w-l-t
A Nxw EMEhrKisK. Dr B, F. Fiild
will run a linn of hacks between Cnir.
and the terminus of tho Cairo, Arkanspr
& t'exas railroad, milking two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. rn., and
mi! 2 J clock, p. m,, making uloso con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
bo li-tt at Fluid a alublii, on 10:h street,
septa3 if
Dr. l.svarty, homoeopalhist physi
cian, late of Shawneetowu, has located In
this city and intonJs making ll his home
The doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, ana refers to the officers of the
First National bank of Shawneulown, to
whom he is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
elicits a fair sharo of tho patronago of
ourcitlr.nm. Office 1 40 Commercial aVO'
nue. 7 ao-lf
Cksikal HoUJE-On Sixth strcot be
tween Commercial and AVasbingion
itvenuei.
This bouse has recontly undergone thor
ough repairs, and ii now in llnt-clais con
dition for the Hccommodaiion of tbo trav
eling public. Boarders accommodate on
rcasnnablo terms. A share of patronago
is solicited. Mas. T. N. Oafk.vkv,
9-30-1 m. Proprietress.
Tbo harbor ihop is on the corner of
Eighth itreet and Commercial avenuo
wharo J. Georgo Stiunhouso with his gun
tlemenly assiatanls can bo found at any
hour of the duy or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth sbavo, or cool
your temper and hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a tlrst-class shop, and you are
suro of receiving tlrst-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after thn most approved styles, 8-16-tf
A CARD.
A clergyman, while nsiding in South
America ui a missionary, dlscoverej a
sate and simple remedy for the cure of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseases of
the urinary and seminal organs, and tbo
whole train of disorders brought on by
baneful and v'cious habits. Ureal num
bers have been cured by this noblo remedy.
Prompted hy a dcairu to bencilt the ul
dieted and unfortunate, I will send the
roreift lor preparing and using this med
icine in a soaled envolope to anyone who
needs it,r of charge, Address
Joskimi T. Inman,
Station I), nibie Houso, New York.
Auuut ac, 1 vr
WAQi..v MANUFACTORY
For Salo at Wholemile or ItcUil
00 at NUB 321) NTKIBT AND OHIO LIVII
Cairo, IlliDoi.
J. r. 0AHBIJB
JOHN B. PilLLIS A SON,
(SUttCOAOM to lots, B. PU1US,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ML
FOKWAllDlHG MBHOHAN'lti
AJD
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OAI 8,
Flour, Meal, Bran, c,
AGENTS FOR f.AFLIN AND RAND
-POWDER COMPANY,
Us.. Txsrn Staxit aho Onto Lit i
HA I HI). ILtR.
II. A. Thomi
L. D. Thorn
TIIOMS 4 BUOTUEU,
Succesotrs to 11. M.UuIen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
ASH DBAXBRs l!S
Minpln anil Fmiiij i;ioeerlai.
Foreign and Domcitlo
F.axriTa aistx) istitts
1S4 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO. . . fl.l.TNOIH.
0. tJLOSK,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer to
IiiMi, Ckuknt, Pi.astxr, Hair, Xto.
No Ohio !.
tSTl will sell in car load lots at nianulac
tlirera' price, aitillmr Irelirht. 4-3-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
MKR0UANT,
aa
WUAHF-UOAT VROVRIBTOR.
prep ared lo forwir t all kinds of freights
io an points.
titn BtlnlaH Invt'lrrllv:
oon uITiNUoL',,. t bro
FLOUH
Gjiirrul Ctitnm'usioo Merohm
K T K R O U II L,
Kiclalve
FLOUR MERCHAKT
A!ir
Nu. us UIIHr LtCVKK,
VJlHf. OAI KO. ILLINOIS
O. AYKH.
K. J. AY IKS.
AYER3 k CO.,
FLOUR
AKV
UENEKAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No. 78 Oaio Liv, Oai bo, III).
t-7 ti
IIAMKn
THE CITY NATIONAL
BAWK.
c.is ho. iLi.noin
OAI'ITAL, - - JIOO.OOO
W. P. liALLIUAr, Fraaideoti
nit.NUT L. HALLIDAT, Viee-l'rol4aa.
A. B. HAKFOKl), Oaahler;
WAI.TaCK HTt-I.OP, AnliUn 0.r.ltr-
, maactiihii
Htiita TutPi, Kcsr U. OcNi-ur'ia
Haaav 1.. HaLUVal, W. P. Haiiirtf,
flao. I). WiLiuaa", tftrrura Hi an
A. II. flarroas.
Eaobnatarc, d la asi llnlUJ silals
Bossda lMuajIii nail !olil.
DKrOHIlH raeelved, an'l a (nnaral backlni
buamraa iinno.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of A 1 II ss.
It. W. MlLI KR, I'resldent.
J. M. I'll! I.II'H. Vlce-l'realdeiit.
ClUH. C't'NMNUIUM, (,'aahier.
OOliLKCTIONfl FIIOMFTLY MA 1K.
EXnilAKOR. ooln, bank aotna and Umtai
Htataa aecurlttaa bouabt and anld.
awreai Allaaaetl uu Sliuti UttpoalS
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
BAKK.
rnarlrMt T.ih II, f.
otc or
OITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO
omenta :
A. H. S AFFORD, President;
8. 8. TAYLOR, Vlce-Freildenf,
U. UYHLOl', Secretary and Tmaaursl
piaarvoaai
P. M. Biaciat, DAa, Uu mass,
K. II. Hvoeasiava, Pavl O. Houuu,
K. li. Oeaaiaaaaa, U. P, Baiuuai.
J, M. Pamir.
Ilepnaltaol asa Aosaisa! Hxlnratlraar
Ta fails Vpwaixla.
f.NTKKKHT aid Ob Uapoalla at lha rale ot all
I percent. ?r annum, March laland Haptam
bar li. intaraai got withdrawn la added inns
dlatoly tolhe principal of IhadapoalU, Iherebi
vlaa lham eompoand Inuraat
VAIlAJBD WO all ASfD ORILSkM MAT
DBPOaiT alOKBY
ao vnav ao oaa aui car naAW iv.
Onaa avarv bnaln' da from a.n. to I a.m.
aad "atiinlay if .aa lor 8AVIN0 DIPOSUli
nnl .. From a ut lo
eioe,
anew n,fliabvr, n
rr.
ADMINlSTRATOll'i'SAt.K
of vnluabWj .eiry prlveiu wititovdtrrr
boat, ut Paducan, Kentucky.
On .-atunlay, .November 15, at the hour ot
ta m., at the terry l.iiiillnglnl'aJucah. Ken
tucky, we will a ll the lerry prlvlliga fi,av
Ingul.out 17 yeartomn) txlonKliig to tbs
hue V . 'lien. The Illinois autf HoUlbSart
em railroad cf0lrrg,-t thl point, m.ikel
this vuliiable proiierty . The boat I ne irly
new. ami haJut undera-one Ihorouxh r
p:itrs. Itnns leu mthr an hour ar Inat the
Uhlo current, anil larirc en-'Ub totlo all the
t.U'lneaa. On same (lay will sell othorprop
rny too numnrous lo mention. Term. ,
ll mill 9 months, with good Security with In
tereit Iiomdat".
ROB'RT AMD tltlRY OARM.
AUm'r ot V OaleU'l eatate.
V OaleU'l eatate.
li, 1873. 10-ltHd
I'ADCCAn, hy., October 1
SI1EIMFPS SALE.
By virtue of an execution to me directed
by the cleik of the circuit court of Alexan
der count r. In the state of Illinois. In lavor
ol the First National bank ol Cairo, and
uicalnt AllredA. Artlck. I haVrleVleil Uion
all uf the rlirlit. tlila and lnlrt ot calcl
Altrcil A. Arrick, In and to the lollowlnjt
Ic'crlbed pniielty, situated In the city or
L'ulro. cotinly ot Alexander and atate of j
Illinois, tn.vvlt: L'ommi ncli.g Ihlriy-five,
leet north or the lliteraection ul thv-
north lino of Tlilrly-eromi Mret-t, II X
ti ii lcil In the Firt udditlon to aaid ell jr,
wiili the vuat line ol Icvreatnet Inaaldail
d tlon, Iheiirc south on said ent line ot
l.eveo street three hundred (Mm; feel;
llielieo e;it nt rght angles to Mi'd I ever
'rcet ninety ((li) leet; tlience north paralel
tuaalu l.cveeatie t three hundred ( '.00) feet;
nun Hence vvei m piace oi iieKiuiiiug nine
ty (11) feet, togi ther with all the builillngi
ami luiliruveiiienta thereon altiiatpd. a alao
llioriKht i.r an ul Arilck to the ue of the
irrniiiiil beiween thu abovo de-crlbed li.nl
anil the tihlo river, rortl e purpose ol iraiialt
and iri'ii-porliitlon to and Irnm said ther,
and all other right a.ild Arrick may have
upon auld laat im-iilloneil ground, which I
hull Oder at nubile: aale at the on hweater-
Ivdoorol the coiirt-hotic. In aaid city o
C.ilrn. on Ihe Ixlli day ct Novembi-r, A
l. 187.1. between the hour of nine o'clock
:i .in. . ami atinaet ol aaid day, frciali. to Jt-
liiysani exi'riition. a lei ii. mviw,
Mierin oi .viexannvr "jminiy. iiininia.
Caiiui, III , October 17. tr7:i 10 17dd .
PLANTER'S HOUSE
ottio htvir.,
Between Fourth and Sixth Street!.
JOHN GOCKELi, Pboprixtob.
This houe having recently undergone
thorough rep:ilr-,ainl ailditlnn of more than r
twenty good sized and well lurnl-ht d rooms
luvliu been added to It, is now pnparett
to acconimndate comforiai.ly at leat one
h m red gtieata. I he table Is always nip.
piled with the best the market atiord, '
crvcil up in the most approved aly e.
I'i-rm reasonable, A abaro ol patro age
aotlcitcd. 11-10 tl
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOK SALE, ) Porfjai. t yoR 8 ALU
I FrrSala I
sTOK SALB.JrolSHUrOB BALI
Vatpai afajmewt T swflaBnAt
Fare from LoD0DllT
Fare from OLAauow, ,
iiuus au v Riui'A j
Far from Qcibkitoww f
TO
CAIRO, ;:::::: 48
SO
laffntil htiwrit A CandM Acaata,
BEM1S, BROWN & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AoiriTa nous Cotton Milli
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, iiu.
V. M. STOCKFLETH,
luuportar,
Kectlfler and Wholeiale Dealer In
rutlCiaN AMD DOMED IO
LIQUORS AND WINES
ho. C2 auto LEVxt,
9-5 tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS
1U!IGMAN & FItOST,
(Successors to 11. lllxhy.)
FAMILY GROCERS
AND DKALIR IN
Country 1'rouucxoi- ail Kinda,
WaablBilua Av aw,
lletwein Eighth and Ninth Srerts.
Iliivint; purchised thu entire stoi knf n.
Illxby .mil ad. led to ll verv tiuteilally, we
ask n .hare ol public pair on'ire.
We will keep nnlminl nnthiiiKbtitthe belt
(fooils and vi ,e ut u cloae liiai'KiH.
sjo.ni silvered In any paitol I Ii cliy
free ol charge. 0-24 lm
31. ID. SIDE'S
Kstabliahcd 1851,
GIFT ENTERPRISE
Tho only reliable Gift Distribution in lha
country,
$75,000
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
TN UU M3TKIUUTED IN
L. D. SINE'S
101th RKUTLAIt MONTHLY
G-ift Enterprise
TO be drawn Mondiy, November 2tti, 1ST J
ONK GRAND CASH I'RIRK OF
$0,000 IN GOLD
ONE ORAND OAS1I PRIZE OF
$8,000 IN SILVER
Two l'rizes $1,000 each in Greenbacks
Six Pr z-i $5" 0 each In Grenhclii
ri'V I'KIZKS ilnfl KXI'.li IN flUKK.N
HAI KS
ll mi i, inn ami ouver mirr .iiiiiii-ik iuc
t ,n .1.11 . ,,,...-, I I t L. .
ii an,) vort iron) ' io joo eacu.
Coin Vol Watch Chain. Solid and' Lnllbl
IHIVH aJltlll nll uwnli; viv
NUMUKU OF (ilKTH 1 0,1 MX). TlCKKTi Ul
atlialiial Sllfut UaPd .laAUallr a 1 1 . l(
int'MTc iv AVTL'ii lit ski. i. TrrK'Kf,
whom HUuriil priiulum Hilt be puiJ,
Csvrsa VTal all filY TiriCVTII to
Tuvivv 'I IrkKIH tin Tnjc.NTv.rn
1 ICKKTo f.U.
s.uiH.a - a. ll M. t rtf nril
t,ircili;ir WlilllCII'K isiii r- -
a H-aviiCM"is wi iu ('I .--
. .a ...h.S nss .al ll.aa kIWIr II T llrMH JI'K
.1. ...i. .. in I. . ... . .aw atlla Ol Un
..tiiaar ii.iiariniaiii.iii in ivieirruiT ws -
II lllllliril. Mill DO Ml' mt J - .
Ihelll. All la Iter WU-t 1 ad If"
MAIN UKriClC, L.V. Slf-
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