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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1873
LOCAL WEATHER IlEPOltT.
OltSKnVEU'BlOKrICK, CAIUO, Jill.) 1
October SO, lOill I' "'., lb. J. I
llarorueter, m4M degree.
Wind louth. Velocity 4 mile per
Maximum tcmporatnro lor last 2i hour',
Minimum temporituro tor tbo latt W liour,
81 degree. , .
l'rcvalllng wind forlwt 3 hour, """1,
Total number of rollei traveled by wind
during last 21 hours, 93.
Observer Signal Service. O. H. A.
hi J. Ilartun. Chai. Tbrupp
JOHN Q. HAKMAN & CO.,
OoN VKYA SOKES,
And Land Agent" f tho 1 llnols Central
and llurlliigtun und Missouri lUllruud com
panies. Nurlli L'sir. ail Hill ni. mill Ohio t.rwi
Oiler lor alu at low tlurvs and r asy term
thu lullowing rual cst.ite :
.No. 15 lut.i In tlm "llldgn lllork" run
niiilC through tho block liotu I llleci.lh to
hixieciitli streets, i't residencu propert)
1 Hie city. Lots 'J and t 0 4.'i. cll, VV uli.
I titftcjit uvelillc, between I lilrtcciilli ami
Kixil tt-ctiltl streets, west sbn good tno
slory dwelling bouse on cu. Ii lot Lots ft
uul I, adjoining the last Indole Hamuli.
Lot II. b ), city, on sixth street, south
side, nut ecu Couuiicrcl.il ami A uliiutun
No 1 Lots 7 and 8, li 3i. corner ot roiir
teeuth and I'upUr streets, (ruin on 1'opUi
street, el side, opposite po-l-oltlcu block.
No ; -splendid business building, res.
deuce In second story, ! room-, hall ami
tnml and rcur stulrwa). watcron liotli llour.
In nuinliiT one condition: situated on north
west corner ol Commercial avenue and
Twullth .trcct. A treat bar'alu l( old
, 4 hot 4, b 11. Cnuninrcl 1 avenue,
between Koiiilb an I r'lltli streets. Lot SI,
bill, on Wa.Uliin'Uiu avenue, between Klltn
and s'Uth streets.
.So f, lx lot- lu b --J, let ad. High
ground, tMuM-h on ea-y piyuierits.
No 0 Lots l ami 1, in li It norm corner o.
Teutli and 1-evce street. Ilcst budiies loci
tlon In the city term. eay. l-ot-l. -.MaiM
iiluli l!i,ll ad., souih comer ol I vvcnlietli
and 1'opUr street-. Alo llir u lot in court
house block, ironilng on I'oplar treet.
.No 7 Loli Is 4Ud lit, b Jl south side ol
Twentj.Ur-t trcet, oppo-lte "Coin em
Jllock " very desirable lor residence put
(o cs, cheap.
No a Ten ol the choicest lot, In blork
JT, lt addition, above trade, bcautillil r.-l-deuce
location, will be (.old at a Kreat bar
KJiu. We rail particular attention to till,
property a It will be told wry low.
No U I bat elegant rcfldciice on Sentli
treel, owued by C'apt. Uurd, liuntliu 7i
fcrt un Seventh tre,-t, and running back
2oo leet to Sixth. Tlil properly i Well
known to tliecllUeinol Cairo and wcuilty as
oiid ut the iuot complete and comeuient
rt-klilenceii In the cliy. It ha all the con
veiiieucea appertaining to a Urnt-cl m home,
Ttie ground are hlgbly emticlll-liecl with
lidect nhrubhcrjr and Hull III abundali -e ;
rrrlj-M 1. 1. ii... t,r and outbulldliu:a lint
cU. Owlii to the removal ot Capt. llurd
tbl. property will be old at a gn at bargain
oiiei.ylrriui. Al-o twololaou corner Iblrd
llreet and Mllilppl levee. 'Mm LVee
building, rormerl) occupied by Capt. llurd,
in IjU, Ohio levue, prliittllcld ltlock," lor
So 10 An elegant residence with fourlot
In b 07, cltv lor alo very cheap it uiil
toon. IIL'h'grouud, and premlsea In a .No.
1 condition. ,. ,
No II A No. 1 cottage on frourtb tr. ct,
between Washington avenue ami Walnut
ttrcet. Al-o two iota niiiulng (rom r.-urlli
to Kilth troct' very desirable property .
No la New twu-a ory ilwel ing in prime
order, on l.ocu-t street, hlgh"t gronud in
th city, two lots. l'rlce$l3iW.
No U An elegant residence vvllh about
three icresof ground, eovered with all kinds
of -cl-ict Irultaud ehrubbcry, msauta l e
for sib) cheat).
A KINK CHANCE FOU I.NVESTMKNT.
Wc have lor sale or lease vacant and Im
proved property in all portloni ol t In
city Also ineriLOOO acres of unimproved
lands In Alexander and 1'tlU-kl couu le, at
xtrem ly low liguret, and In tracts -o -ult
p'ircha-ers. We are agents for tub Illinois
C'eiitril railroad lands in this and l'llU-kl
couut.es ltd road lands not sold prior lo
November next will pas Into other bands.
Now is li c time to purchase.
EHKlllASIe TO TUB URKKT WEsT.
We are tbo agents ol tho llurlliiguin and
311-souri ltiilioad comp'iuy, who oiler for
laic In lovva and Nebraka million of acres
ol the bc.t land on tho continent, on ten
jears credit. 0 per cent. Interest. Mnps,
p.iinpli'ls, circulars and all necessary Inlor
mallou relative to tbo-e lauds and how te
reach tncni furnlstied upou application.
Call at oner- and xatnlne for vour-lves. Ap
,.lr ,.. lulls' (). IIAItMA.V A CO..
U Cor. SI
15 .lu-o 7jjftj
I. or. MXiuaim i.eveu Bts.,vaiiu, .n.
.Ill -o 7. IM7.1.
IIVLA.VD & SAUKH,
AND DBALKItB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OV KVKUY DKSCKirno.N,
Corner loth ntre ot and Commercial avenu
next door ti thu llyland saloon.
11-16 tf, 0A1KO. 11. La.
AND HEALKU IN
F P ESH MEAT,
ICmitTii Hturkt, Hktwkkn Wahiunoti
ANP OOUUXUUIAL AVKNUKH,
sdolnlnK Itl'IriilliiiliK nml llittliiy's
Ki.i Hi t'O't or Url, t'orli, Mutton Ws
l .mli. Sausauo. lo.. .ml rs nrvpareil lo ptMi
I )nnnn, In llie must ik-h.isi.w nisnnnr,
(Hucoes-or to James Kynaston,)
hutoiikb and dlalkit in all kinds 0)
(JOHNKK NlNKTKNTlI AND l'OPLAH ST
Buys and slaughters only tho best cat) If,
bogn and sheep, and la propurod to till any
lomaid for froihtneati from one pound to
len thousand pound"
Si. . I. It . nnd.n lu l .. r.1 li .rl I'OTl lll'ttin Im.'lt'll
ol tril-tooa of hcIiooIs, ol town-lilp seven.
to II, sotllll range one, wuti, cmiinj ui .ii .-
nul'ir an I "I'ttB ol Illinois: 'I'mt on Siltir
il'.v, tlt tliteenth day of November, A. 1)..
1S7:J, ut tho hour of a o'clock p.m., of taul
,;iy,itttliuiloop)l the coiirt-li usolnlhoclt)
.of Cairo, county ot Aloxmuler and stuto ol
II Inols. we vvio ouei lu riuo ni imiioio -lie-
1 1. I.. I...... I lUa fnllV. .1.,.. .1...
LIQU 0r Casil III ii..ui, ...nwn,n, m-
iCrlUati ioi, piu o iiwi. v ui n.111. iiMiui;
ivln" and being In tue first addition to the
'J. T..l- .AiinK'Af A l.i Vilflili.t .aii.l kt.il..
,t Illinois, noil known and diislgimttid on
ill HOIK ' ,,!, r Wil li n l, na I.. I
lie recoio' I ..,, ,..i
I mmhorcd forty la block nirnbered twouiy.
Ktj JOUN T. llHNNIK,
FOlt COUNTY JUDOK.
"VVb art) HUtliorlned to knnounco that
F, llltos will bo ii cs.ndids.to for thu ofllcu
jl County Judo of Alexander county.
"Vb sro autborlrod t announcn that W.
il. .Mol'iiuritHS will boa catididHlo for
thu nfllco of County Judgo of Alexnnder
FOlt COUNTY CLERK.
Vt'n am nutliorir.tid to announco tlmt
IauiIi O. Lynch will U a candldato fur
C .unty Clerk.
Kditoh Hullrtin Pleao announce
my iihiii i Ms n candidate for tho olflcn of
county clerk. John 0. Cuowlkt.
Wii arn autliorlxod to untiounco Jor.ni
T. Davison ni a candldato for tbo otllce
of county clerk, at tho imiuitif! November
clucllon, Mibji'cl to tbo dcci-ilon of the
voteff of Aleiandtr County,
FOR COUNTY TKKASUHEH.
V are utborlRod to announco John IJ.
Uus-ltA.v ii candidal for tbo olUco of
Kditok or Tins lJULLr.TiN You will
pteniu Htiuouiico toy iiuiiim ns tho pcoplu s
cniididalH lor county treuiurur, ut tbo fil
ming November election. Intending and
desiring lo icrvn tbo pooplc, 1 liopu tu lu
eleftid by tbu jiooplo.
B-xoid William JIautin.
COL'NTltY M LT1 ' 11 1 N T K N I J K N T
We nro au'horlzod to announco .Mrs. B.
K, Drown, of Ttmbes precinct, ns n uandl
Jnlu tor superintendent of school.
1'i.kask nnnouncn mo na n candidate for
tjupHrliititndeiit of l'ubllc lnttruullou of
Mi n. 1'. A. Tatlor.
Wicarn authnrizl to announoo 11 IK M
F. I'UT.vam. id IlniSiijwood, i a catidl
ut lor county superintendent of public
CO U N T Y COM Ml.SsIO N I'M.
T l.i.r..liv Br siilifirs lni.ll MS ft esiflfl
dnt lor the otll u id' co.miy cumtuiiiluner,
at thu appruacbing election.
I A.". I., .nuvini 1 1.
KntToii Hullktin . l'b'n nnniuncu
lllu ns n Cnlldldnlu for tliH ulllci. of CoUlity
Commissioner. '1 HoMas Mamin.
KlllToll ItCLLETIN :
1' e. Miitii.uncu that I nm a candidate
for county comiiiixlunur.
Caiiio, Ills., October lb, 1b73.
We sri authorized to announco Mr..
C Knl.fi i: FlMIKK as a candidate lor Coun
ty Commissioner, at thu unsulnt; Novem
XVk tc authorizwi to announco Jame
1.. HAMiKr.s.of Clear creek, to h candidate
for county commissioner.
Wk arn authorized to announco Alkx
imhk C. HoriUKs of Unity, hv a can
lidate for County Commiisloner.
IIavi.no been solicited bv numerous
votura of Alexandor county to becotnn a
:sndidat for the utUca of county coin
mis. loner, 1 hereby nnnoiincu that 1 will
bo a candidate) for'tbat otllre, at tho ensu
ing November election.
Til K BULLETIN
CAIRO LOCAL MCW.S.
Tiir. firm of Winter and ICylo has dis
solved. So dissolution notice in another
(Jo and see II. Meyers nd ho will show
ion tno fliMt lot of Meerschaums over
brought lo Cairo. 3t
Watkd Oiiu first-class dining room
girl t the Kuropean hotel. Good wages,
p-r month 10-23 31
Heuruuek 1v. Mr. Thayor answers
thu (uesllnn "Who was Josu, historic
ally," on Sabbath erening next.
Chief or I'olick McIIalk lias gone
to Chicago on busincis. Sargent Cain U
ierfnrmlng tho duties of chief during
The Mound City basa ball club has
challenged tho Nemos of this city to play
a match gamo in Mound City on next
A largu lot of tluo
Prior. Hahut will opun his dancing
school on Tuesday uvonlng, Octobor 21,
nt Turtiur hall i,rormorly l'lillll.' 1ml1)
Ski unnounccmunt in nnothor column
under bend of ".Special Notices,"
Nemos, Ait nt.on. a speclul meeting
nf tbu club wilt bu held this Saturday
uvunuig, October 26, at Tilt Uullktin
olUce, at 7.30 o'clock, A full attendance
it n quested. M. I'. Fulton, Sec'y.
There was n good audience to hear
I'ruf. iJiii. ton's leciuru on ''Metals and
Minurals" last night. The lecture nm
lu 1 of interest and Information, and gvo
the greiituit satisfaction to thuto who list
u icd to it.
Mil. I Faun in kick, senior mcmhor of
thu tirm ol 1 Furnbaker Ac will ur-
nvu In Cairo on next Wednesday. Mr.
Fartibakur being tbu prlu ipal partner in
i wo stores in this vicinity, visits them
twice each year.
On Thursday, October 3Uth, Mr. C.
Wltihton will sell at public auction thu
brick residence on Wusuingtou avenue,
near thu corner of Klghth street, at pros
nut occupied by Capt, Kelly. Soo nolico
in another column,
Fok Sale. Two desirable Iota No. 7
and H, block 70, city; corner of Tenth and
Walnut atreots. Will bq told with or
without the homo on lot 8, For particu
lars, etc , apply to
10-11-2W Mathuss A TJui..
Died. Last night, October J4th, at
half past olght o'clock, Oeorgo Uarry, In
lant son of Mr. Henry Eichhotl', Tho fu
nurnl will taku place somo timo tomor.
rov, at wliat tlmo will fao miido known
through The Hulletin.
A meetiuo of tho directors of tho Cairo
tnrl St. Louis railroad company will bo
hold on Thursday, October 30th, nt the sta
tion housu on tho dopot grounds of tho
company in tho city of East St. Loul'.
IT II laid that the Cairo and Vlneennes
ltallroad company proposo graveling
Fourth etrrset, between Commercial avo
nuu and Ohio lovee, in order to give them
k bolter oull t to the wharf for the Iran
fer of frit-giit. Tho report needs confir
mation. R. J ox is, liisbiuDHbiti Loot and shoe
maker. Cork oln, Scotch bottoms, and
the tateit Improvements in tho lino of bis
business. Only tho best ana met com.
potent wcrkmn employed, and all work
warranted to bo CritcUss in overy reipect.
Shop on Commercial avunui, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Ve are requested to stita that the call
recently publitlud in tbu' Sun' requ-st-ing
t'X'tnayor Lumdeti to brconm n oan
didalofortho clHi-o of county judi;e was
published without hla consent or knowl
edge, and that under no clrcumatariccs
will Ln permit his name lo be tiled in oun
hectlun nllb that idline.
II A 111' .MAN'ft
l!if;ular Sales Diy,
1 111 DAY, 'J a. in",
At, lil (filetroein, 101 (Jomtiierclal uventle.
'Wk understand tbu Otiro and Vln
eennes railroad Imvu ponclued si ri hgrte
mont with the Pennsylvania Central by
which freight consigned lo tnsrchauti In
this city and thu S uth will be Ahippsxl di
rect from Xw York to Cairo without
change of cars. Sveral Cairo merchants
Imvo rfcuived goods thlppbvi by this
A New Kn rKiirnisK Dr. II. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks Iwtwctn Cairo
and the terminus of the Cairo, Arkanscs
A Vexas railroad, making two trip each
day, leaving Cairo at 6 o'clock a. in., and
and 2j clock, p, rn., making close con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for pasiongors or bnggaic thiuld
bu lelt at Fluid ! stable, on 10th street.
A stecial session of tho county court
was held on Thursday afternoon. The
court allowed a few bills and then ad
journed. Another session will bo held
this morning, when the court will be ad
jourried, in all probability for the last
timo ur.der the present county court sys-t-tn,
as tho law by which it exit a kos
out of forco after the election next month.
"Wi: need not remark that tho oyster Is
a good thing to hnvo In tho house ; every
body knows that ; but It may be nucessary
to say that tbo bed oysters in tb city
may bo found at thu oyster talou of
Amandui Jaeckcl. Ilo has fillod Up
rooms in rlno style, and has intdu arrange j
mcnts by which ho will he ablo to obtain J
daily supplies of fresh oysters, which h J
is prepared to diih up to cu.iom.irf ln nnv
manner. Call upon Jaeckel and try Ids
It EM KM UK 11
To-day ( Thursday ) U a. m,
l'.esiJer.co of Mrs. Goodyeir,
corner 'Washington uv.
and Eighth stront.
Meyeii, tho tob&ccoiiut, has rocenlly
roceived and is now offering fur talo tha
finest solection of genuino meerschaum
pipes that ever the eye of mortal man
looked upon in Cairo. He hu pipes of
every size and design j big and little, plain
and ornamental, ranging ic pricu from
ono to thirty dollars. Tncy are for sale,
and if thero tiro thoio in Cairo who desire
to invest in this sort of goods, we advise
them to call upon Meyer.
Tho barber shop is on tho corner of
Eighth street and Commercial it venue
whoro J.. Oeorgo Stienbouso with his gen
tlomenly assistants run bo found at any
hour of tbo day or night, roudy to soothe
your feelings with r smooth shave, or cool
your tcmpor and head with a good sham
poo. It it n firtt-clats shop, and you arc
suro of receiving first-class treutmvnt.
Ladies' and children's, hair cut or curled
after tho most iippri-vwl stylet. 8-lo-tf
The Ioti'o grnvol road is j.ist now being
roundly caused by draymon and tusnisteii
who havo occasion to drive over It. The
gravol having been spread, thu rocont rains
tailing on it have u.ado it rather a "rough
road to travel," and it Is not an unfreqtient
thing to tvo a dray or wigou stuck fast in
tho mud. Hut, let those who nro denounc
ing thu road bo patient lor n lew dy, for
jhoru is evry reason to b.lievo that ui
soon as thu gravel becomes dry mid hns tin
opportunity to pack thuto will bo no but
ter street in thu cltv.
The following were tho arrivals at tho
European Hotel yesterday : (Jeorgo H
Kelley, Villa ltidgu ; J u Forth, Evans
ville; F Fox, wito and daughter, Anna ;
I Mendlefon, Han Francisco ; Dr Palmer,
Nuw York; Janus Y Cluiunn, Caledoi in;
Wm Watklns, Clovolandi Thos F Kurr,
.Mound City; Win Potty, O&VRR;
Kubt Patterson, Chicago j Jno William
son, Indianapolis; Mtsi Mary Palin,Nuw
Orloatts; J U Oosiman, Nuw York ; N C
aimpBon, Culeduniii; Oliver King, Cel.
trnlia; James Hull, Urand Chain ; Edwin
Walker, Carml ; 11 S Kviiris, Kansas City;
Geo Steinhouso, Philudulphla , S'ttnucl
Mil. Fkkd, WiNTKiuittim has just re
turned from St. Louis, whom ho purchased
as tlnu a stock of tho vitrlous gradun of
llnu Icathur as Was over brought to this
city, and proposes to work it into boo
and shoos for liH customers. Ho makes
lino boots i specialty, and is conll lent of
his ability to copo with any bouMniiker lit
this city In this lino of work. Hn om
ploys nnno but tho best wnrkmon, nntl in
a consequonco turns out only first. oian
work, Willi" in St. Louis bo visited nil
tho principal shops nnd secured patents of
all tho latest style and improvements,
and will glvo his custotuore thu benefit of
them. Work done promptly and on short
notlco, All work warranted. 10.2'J.lm.
FOR SA 1.1 ,
Uy Ilarlmnn, a flno
At groat bargain.
yocRTii day rniDAr, oeroiinn 'Jl.
In tho probato oourt yeiterday tlm
cases bolow referred lo were disposed of at
N. Foltli vs. L. .lorganien, administra
tor of the eitatnuf Albert ZelKslg.deoAsuiti.
Debt; demand (31. Judgment ren
dered for amount claimed.
K. Ii Deltrich vs. h. Jorgemoa, admin.
istrator of the estate of Albert Zeizsig, dr.
realetl. Debt; demand U CO. Judg
ment rendered fir $1-1 60.
IMata of Iidward T. Rots, deceatrl.
tleo. W. Wall, administrator. C"3 con
Williams A Alford vi. estate of MltcVll
Laznro.decea'cd. Dabl ; deminid, $101 8.
Continued to next term, there being no
service In time.
Elijah D.cknrson vs. William M. Ather.
ton, ndiriinistralor of the estate of D. II
Morgan, deceased. Administrator failed
to bppear and default entered. Judg
ment tendered urtdnst said estate fur
(20 30, as nf leciu.d-clmi claim).
Ksiatu of Demila Mabeney, d'cainl.
Ailinlnistratnr filed his petition ngnllisi
It and Mary Coreornri, settlrg forth thai
they have got da and chattels f said
tale ciinceulfld, etc. It Was ordered that
n citation against said pariiti, to answer
tnis 'Join day ol Octob r, 1973. issue.
EstHte of Hugh ii. Uurd, deceased.
Apprniheuionl bilk Sild bill approved,
and ordered recorded; and further oi
dereil thai the sum of 11,070 be allowed
as widow's, sped So allowanco, to be of sc-ottd-clMs
Uuardlanilnp of Krmtui Hasjom, miorr
heir of Erattus llaicotn, deceased. Ite
Hirt. It apiMwring from the record of the
November term of the court tUt the sum
of i ITU, 00 for board for tUd minor was
not allowed Hnd IxtitiK orderK that "latl
guardian bu charged with $17: 06 in
plncu of 1103 00, and said guardian
charging himself with the i.loresaid
SlOtS 00, therefore said report vni not ap
proved," UuH'dlanaship of Slmina Reumick,
deceased. N. Ilunsacker, jjuardian.
Continued to next term upon lpplicatien
ot laid guardian.
AT TIIK ATIIHXKU.M.
OCT. 17, 18, 10, art, 21, Ti, 23, 31, 25, "3,27
Admission : Gent anil lady to ono lec
ture, 30 cents ; cent and lady to tho full
.oiirsu, il Reserve-! seats for full courto,
il extra, or 20 cents a night.
Antiquity of man illustrattd by paint
Woman's position In the Bible.
W but wa Jeeui? Did he rise from the
Rscei of mankind and their deitlny 11
'uttrsited. Jliniiriilj and .Muiali,
I7ojihcciei of th Hlble,
Prayer in the light of Modern Science,
Noah's Ark soientlflffcllT considered.
Tho Coaling Day. oct-ll-lt
I take this opportunity to inform the
citizens of Cairo and turrounding oountry,
that I will ro-utne my practice in the city
of Cairo on or about thu 1st of December.
0-30-tf. P L. William. Dentist.
Two llatUrlM of two Rollers, each 'J4
feet long, J2 Inch Dram, 'J 14 Inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and S eam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Cuimney and
Ilrltchln, all complete nnd it. first-class
order"; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Hennie,
0-J3-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
Having been appointed milgnee of tho
stock ot millitiory gooh of Mr. Annu
Lang, lor tho benefit of bur creditors, I
mil sell thu tamo at public miction cn
Thursday, November sixth, 1878, at thu
old stand on Eighth street. Sale to com
moncu at 0 o'clock ulid contiuuo frum day
to day until all tho goods nro S Id,
John H G ssw.in, Asa'gucu.
Caiko, October 18, Ib73,
W HICH N AllONAL ?
It was the National Life Inruranes
Company of New York, office 21 J II road
way New York, that ; nsael into the hands
of a receiver as announced in the dis
patchus u few diiya iince, und not the
Nutional Llfo Insurance Company ol
tho United States of America, which still
grows, not only In thu volumo nf Its btisl
mss and assets, but gaining favor from
thoii) who Imvo examined into its plans
and financial condition slr.co the panic.
Cam-icii Yost, Agent.
A clergyman, whllo retiillng in South
America us a missionitry, dUcoverei a
snlo and bimplu rcmndy for tho cure of
nervous weakness, early decay, tllseuK'tof
tho urinary nnd seminal organs, und the
wholu train of disorders: brought on bv
baneful and v'cious habits. Great num.
bers have been cured by this noblo remedy.
Proiitplid by n dehiru to benoflt tho ri
tlicled mill unfortunitto, I will soud tlm
reccirl tor preparing and using this irio.l
icino in u sealed envolopo to nnyonu who
ncods l,Jree of charge. Address
JoBElMi T. Insian,
tntltin D, Illblo Hoiiio, Now York,
August 'J, 1 yr
Dr. Livarty, humuoojuthist physi
cian, lalo ol Shawneutown, Imi located lu
this city und Intends making it his homo
1'ho doctor conies to Cairo well rooom.
mended, anil refer to tho officer of tho
First National bank of Shiiwnootown, to
whom ho U well known, having practiced
his profession among them for year. Ho
st licit it fair "hart) of tho patronugo of i
ourcitir.otn. Ofiloo 140 Comnurcial live
.Mn. Wm. Ehi.eii I anxious to inform
bis friends and acquaintances, and custom
er generally, that he due At 6K'H fitting
In gaiter, flno boot und shoe. In fact
Arrival ami depsi turns fortheHhourt
ending at 0 p.m. laU evening.
Us n nock City St. Louis
Grand Towor St. Louis,
F. P. Gracy Evansvillo.
Jim Flik Puducah.
Mary Allen New Orleans.
II in nook City Memphis.
Grand Tower Memphis,,
F P. Grady Evansvllle
Jim flsk Fadurnh.
Tins It! vii!. The rlso In the Ohio con
tinut, and the indications nro that the
swell will be of sufficient proportions to
allow tome of the coal fleets from above to
come out. The -Miss I sippl, on the other
hand, l declining, the Ml in the past 18
hour being In tho neighborhood
of six Inches. Tbo condition of
this stream IwHweon Cairo and St. Loul
is simply horrible. Tbu channel, wba
there i ol it, is constantly changing, and
isMo etinnart tall te-dny wfturo It will be
HuetMas and Wiathkr. The
weather ytslet day, though oxd In the
morning, tonnd down, nnd toward the
middle of tho day was warm and pleasant.
Tbo heaviest frost of the seasou lay on
the ground yesterday morning. Last
night was cool with Indications of n frost.
Business, to nay the least, li not brisk
though it la looking up a little. The tn.itj
Itsvry condition of the country precludes
anything in the way of a prediction a to
wiien busings will improve much.
Movmmknt or IIjats The tow-boat
Charlie Ilrown is expected outtv-day,
bound for Louisville. She will go from
LouiaviMe to Pittsburg, and is not expect- I
to return again fur sotn'i time. Tlm
Lioness Nu I will probably come out It.
her place with a tow of coal for Si.
Louis. Capt. Gordon will command the
Should the prcent rlio in tho Ohio
prove sufficient it is oxpoetcd that tin
John Gilmoro will bu out with a large
tow of coal and ooke for the furnaces at
Tho tow-boat Grayhotind, now In port,
will leave for Louisville with a tow 1 1
iron ore us soon as Capt. John Lltteroll
arrive, to tako commaml of her. Ho wiii
probably be here to-day.
The 14 n nock City has chartered n large
pump belonging to tbo T. F. Eckort, and
gos to raise thu City of Agusla, sunk in
The Grand Tower on Iter down trip
yeaterday added 130 tons hero.
The Mary Alice, reported to havo loft
h'jro Thursday, did not gut away until
yeHerday. Sue added soinu to her cargo
The F. P. Gracy, the Cairo and Evans
villa pvoket, brought out a rtltn trip yet
lerdtiy. The Fisk came and want as usual.
I'lrso.ml and OriiKitvviE Cap1
Dan Toler, In thu interest of John A.
WikkI, coal merchant of I'ntsburg, lato
of the well-known firm of Horner, Wood
& Co, and Goo. S.nith and Capt. Ouran
der, in tho interest of Toot. Fossett, ar
rived here yeaterday on thuir way down
the Missltsippi to viuw that stream, and if
possible ascertain, bow the land luy "un
der water," preparatory lo bringing out
coal flats for their respoetlvo firm. Ow
ing to the tise in the Ohio they ill not go
below Memphi, but return from there to
Louisville, when the former will bring out
the tow boat J din A. Wood, and tho two
Utter the Oakland.
(Japt, Jim. lUfferty and NuUi Stout who
went to Now Orleans nomo two weeks
nf, viewing the river ni thoy wont, havo
returned to Louisville.
John Gwyer, divor of thu T. F. Eckort,
rlurned from St Charles, Mo., ynterday.
Ho will go to work on tho b.trgo Eliz.i tc
dav. JUT received at Ehlers,' Twonlietb
atreot, between Washington avenue and
Poplar streot, tlm finest French calf, pin
jut leather and Moroccos lor gentlemcn'i
woar. A putfuct lit and satisfaction ut.
tired. Any portions in needof boot ami
dioes should call on Ehlur's, oxnmlnc his
stock of leathers and leave their orders,
Central HoUbb On Sixth street be
tweun Commercial and Washington
This house his recently undorgono thor.
ouh rujiairi, und li now In first-oluss con.
Iltion for tbu accommodalion of tho trav
eling public Hoarders ncooinmodatid on
reasonable tonus. A nharu of patronngi
It solicited. Mas. T. N. Gafknuv,
9 30-1m. Pruiirletrcsi.
Orricn Caiiio and St Louis It. II. 1
O.UUO, lllu., October:!!, WJ.
Ameetliuot the directors ot tills com
pany will be held on 'llitirsday, the .'iutli
Inst., nt li o'clock in,, nt thu st.tlioii.lioiise
nil thu depot gl'ottuds ol aatd coliipiliy 111
the cityol Eist St. Louis, Illinois.
io-41'd S. sriATti 'l'AVi.oit, I'lesldont.
SALE t'F VALUAlll.i: IMl'UoVIU) CI I Y
IMiOl'Llll Y-Ar AlJ il ION.
I vvlll, on Tlmrsdtiy, October), if.7.'l, at
10 o'clock a. ill., sell at public auction to ti e
liL-li - st bidder for cash, th.it deslrablu brbd;
residetice Mtutitcd oil Waslilligtoli incline,
betwi eu Highlit and Ninth sticetn, niuilite
ly occupied by ilno. 11. KeMy, E-q. Tho
hiiiiic unutatiis 10 rooms with outdiouscs,
iito , and is otiu ol tho most drslrablu n
dunce In tho city. The lot In ill leet Itont
lir too leet deep, liolng lot 'J.' ami 0 feet oil'
Ioi 2d, lit block !M, city ol Cairo.
10-2S td C. inston, Agent.
PROF. HARDY will open his dancing
school on Tuesday cvonln.,', Octnhcr at
8 p.m., tit Turner' bull llato Phlllls'). for
gentlemen, and on Saturday, November 1,
S p.m., fur children. Thoso wishing tout
tend arc requested to bo on baud piotuptly.
Cuiio, 11., October 10, 1S7J.
The firm ol Ivylo ,t Winter ha till dy
dissolved by imitiml consent. 0, It. Kylo
assuming till liabilities nml collect all b 1
or .aid linn. C. R. Kylo will Mill continue
Gas and Stcarnfitting on short notlco
Ilrcsi' Dlock. 0-2311.
Go to n. F. Ulako'a for uvorything in
tbo Stoam and Gasfittlng lino. 0.'J8lf.
For oab and steam fitting go to Ron.
nle'a Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 9-10-tf
OitANDELtSHS, llrackets, Pecdanti,
GIodm, etc. for salo at prices that cannot
bo beat, by IJ. F. Ulake, Rross' Block.
For Balk Cheap. Ono span good,
younj; mules, also a doublo wagon. Will
sell them together or separately. Enquire
of Hcstc, Loomis A Co,,
tf No, 01 Ohio Leveo,
P. Fitzgerald at hi room, corner
Fourteenth ;treot and Commorclal Ave
nue, offers for salo Gulnsest' Porter i
Uass' ale and pure llonnessv brandy,
and the genuine Angosture bitter, all
tlrst'class cholera euro. Try them
Dr. W. R Smith has removed bl of
Sen to the second story of Loul Herbert'
nuw brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, wlmra ho has mora comfortablo and
ommodioti quartor. 8-10-tf
XE T A 0 YE KTISE.M EiVTS
mu a. m ooiiif:,
)j EIMb f)tret, twiveeaOommerclaland Wast
wlon Aseuues, is Oailr rrooiTloc
NEW M1LL1NK11X OOUDd
latest fall and winter sttljm.
Dtimts a lull line of
ITrimutd and UDtrimtned.J
'ktXCa KLOWEUS. ItlUUONS, TKIMMINO
of All kinds, l.sccs, uic, sto.
Urs. Matirs hss slso a lrx assortmnat
ftney Alludes, such s
stCK 11. is, C" 'I.I.A.H1, ONDEhHLtEVKS
And all oihorsrticlss usually found la
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. McOce. in addition to her rttock ol
Fancy atid Millinery Goods, has a tlnu am:
Complete ii-ortment of Cincinnati Custoii.
made Ladles' und Misses' Shnca and Chit
Irons' Hoots, lllu.k und in Colore. 'Ihess
are uckuowlcrged to bu tho tinost and best
ever brought to this market, and thlslstht
inli li nisu lu tho cltv that makes, them a
pf c allv .
Uctwecn Fourth and Sixth Streets.
JOHN GOCKEL, - PnorniETOit.
This house having recently undergone
thorough repair-, and addition of more than
Mveiily kooii sizi'd and well lurnMu d rooms
mn iinr iii'i'ii mined to li, is now preiarei
to aecoinmodato comfortably at least one
Il in red giie-li. Ihetablo Is always sup
plied with tho best the market allords,
served tip in thu most approved style.
Terms reasonable. A t-baru ot ptttroi uge
.oltcitcd. 11-10 tl
( OJI Ill.SMIIN .'li:m'HAN IS.
1)EALEU8 IN FLOUll, COBN
Oata, Hay, otc.,
AGENTS ran FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lavoe. OAIUO. ILLINOIS.
E. 0. l'AUE CO.,
r o ii iv a it i) i . u
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FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
11. J. CUNDIEF,
0 13 V Ell A Is 1' ilODUCE
No. 17 Eiqutii St.,
COFFEY, II AJtltlSUN & CO.,
(Succenor to D. llurd A Son.)
n.tum UltVt.t AMI II A T.
No (53 Ohio Lnvcn, CAIRO, ILLS,
(.Successor to II. Thlolccko.)
Dealer III All Hlinte .
1I1CTWEKN TKNTIl AND KLSVKNTU STUIETb
Having piirchanod thu grocery estublUL
mentol'll. I'liielecko, I shall nlwayakeil
on hand a lull mid fronh supply ol all tho best
goods In my lino, to bo loiind in the market
lly strict intention to business, and lulr deal
ing, 1 Initio not only lo retutti all tho custom
thu plucu ban enjoyed lu the past, but to add
lo thu list many new patron. Aaklug a
lair share of public patronage,
Itespectflllly, llKKMAN SCUMKTMT0KV1'
BEMia, lillOW & CO.,
Agents Houb Cotton Mills
A WAXS. JUDGE AIAN'5LA4JIL.
1TY TO DO A THING BY
THE ADVANTAGES IIE PIIQ.
Always judgo a merchant' ab'.litj
to sell gootla at reasonable figures by
tbo advantages he profcsioi.
Knowing tins, I. Farnbaker k Son,
tbe clothiers, ask tbo readers of Tni
Bcllntin to judgo tboir ability to sell
goods lower than any houto in Cairo,
by tbo advantages they possess for buy
ing lower than any houso in Cairo.
If their advantages for buying sur
pass all others, as a natural conso
quenco thier ability for selling must
surpass all others. They ask for noth
ing unless you think they deservo it.
Give your patronage to thoso whoso
advantages for selling surpass all
They give their advantages. Judge
1st Having two largo stores in this
vicinity to buy for, thereby buying in
larger quantities than any houeo in
2d Having a resident partner and
buyer in New York, a gentleman full
of years and experience, both in New
York and Cairo markets, whoso wholo
attention is to look out for "bargains,"
not once, twice or three times yearly ;
but always. Having been a resident
of the metropolis some ten years, he is
fully posted in tho secrets of New
York business. That gives us a con
slant supply of new and stylish goods
always in our shelves. It is utterly
impossiblo for a merchant to go to
New York twice or threo times annu
ally and buy goods cheap, for when
ho's there, thero are ethers, yes, thous
ands on tho same mission, and in con
sorjucnce,"goods with such a demand,
must bo high.
Tho merchants know full well who
pays tho biggest prices for goods. It
i tho merchaut who comes to New
York twico or three times, green as a
gourd in tho knowledgo of prices, and
litis only ono method to judgo of tho
prices of goods, i. c., by tho last prices
ho paid, which nro always high. The
Now York merchants know from whom
tho "milk and honey flow." These
"country merchants," by which name
thoso who go to New York semi-occa-
sioually arc known, when they are in
Now York arc always in a hurry, and
must necessarily buy at prices asked,
for they aro needed at homo. Ho
member, "goods Well bought are half
Wo havo given you our advantages
for buying. Cut it out. Ask other
merchants to givo you their's ; and if
you think tboir advantages for buying
surpass our's, givo them your patron
age ; if our advantages surpass their's,
givo us your patronage. J
What proposition can wo make mori
fair ? I. FARNDAKER & SOU,
Tho People's Favorito Clothiers,
61 Ohio Lovee,
2nd door above First National Bank,
Hi Broadway, Padueab, Ktntwkji
11 Willwr itrHt,Nw Ywk.