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riiJS 0A1A0 DAILY JJUiiLfiTlK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, !b7
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OBSERVER'S (JPKICK, CaIKO, Jll. j
October a, 10:11 p.w U.5. J
Barometer, 30:15 degrees.
Theiruomoter, a8 dea,'"'
Wind northeast T.lncit 20 wUa per
Maximum uortiure tov it 'U buuis,
Minimum tetuueuture lortbelaitM hoirs,
Prevailing wind Tor list 'i hour.,
ToUl number of tulWs traveled by ld
during Uil !M hours, "ill.
Observer Slual Service. I). H. A.
nhn J. llannan. Chas. Tbrtipp
JOHN Q. UAUMAN A CO..
Anil I.snd Af nt" of tbe I llnoU Central
and liurllugton ami Missouri llallroad coin
iianlcs. orlk Vmr. ISJIla SH. ssl Ohio !
Ofter lor tale at low figures and f ey tenn
tbe following real ciUto :
No. I & lots In tbe "llidge Block" run
uliig tbroutib tbe block I rum Kilteebth to
lxieetilu streets, best residence property
in tbe city, tot I and 4 b 4!, clt), Wash
Inglou avenue, between '1 lilrlcentb and
fourteenth slreels, went side good two-
lor) dwelllm; house ou each lot. Lota S
and C, adjoining- lb last before named.
Lot 11, b city, on bixtb street, until
aide, between Commercial and Washington
No -i LoU 7 and 8, b 5$. comer ol Kour
teentb and Poplar atreeta, front on l'o.lar
treet, west aide, opIjlt pot-offlce block.
No H Splendid business liulldiin, resi
dence In aecond atory, 0 room., ball and
trontand rear talrway. wateron botb floors.
In number one condition: situated on north
west corner ot Commercial avenue and
Twelltb street. A great bargain If old
No 4 Lot 4, b 21. CommercUl avenue,
between Kourtb an I Klltb treel. Lot SI,
itli, on Washington avenue, between Hltli
ud Sixth streets.
No & six lota In b 29, lit ad. Hljfb
ground. tMOtM-.h ou easy payments.
NoO Ivju l and 2, In It 6 nortli corner ol
Tenth aud Levee streets. Hut lui-lnes loca
tion In tbe city term easy. Lot 'J I, fts ami
2J In li l'j, M ad., njuiIi corner ot l'wentletb
ami l'oplar atreeta. AIo thr.e lot in coin l
house block, Ironllng ou l'oplar street.
So 7 lt is ami lu, u 7tt oulh tide ol
Twent)-Ur.t street, opposite "Convem
:iluek "very denirable lor residence put
Not Temil the eholcct lot, In block
IT, lit addition, above rade, beauUlul re.l
dence location, w 111 be Mild at a tfreat bar
gain. We call particular attention to lbi
property a It will be oid very low.
No Tbal elegant residence on Setentb
treat, owned by Capt. Ilurd, Moulin 75
fri t on Seventh ttreet, aud running back
Ml leet to Sixth. Tbli property l well
known to tbecltlzeutol Cairo andvlciulty a
una ot tbe must complete aud convenient
residences In tbe city. It ba all the con
venience! appertaining to a tirst-cMMUOUie.
The gronudi are highly embelllthed with
fleet ahrubbery and Irult in abundance ;
earrUge noue, table aud outbiilldlngtlrn
claw. Owing in the removal ot Capt. Ilurd
tbU property will be told at a gieat bargain,
aae.ir term. AIfo twoloMou comer third
treet aud MUaianlppl levee. The Le
1'Ulldlng, foriaeriy occupied by Capt. Ilurd,
inba, ublo levee, ''Sprlnkneld Wock," lur
No 10 An elegant residence with four lota
In b HI, city lor aale very cheap II aold
oon. High ground, and preuiie in a No.
No 11 A No. 1 cottage on rourth meet,
between Wa.blngtou avenue and alnut
atreet. AWo two Iota running from rourth
ta Klltb treoU very detlrable property.
No la New two-atory dwel Ing In prime
rde r. on Locu.t itreet, lilghest ground In
the city, two lott. Price 11300.
No IS-An elegant residence with about
three acrea of ground, eovered with all kmd
of ielct irult and ihrubbery, in Santa i
for tio cheap.
A FIN CIIANCK KOIt INTr.TMENT.
We have lorale or leaf vacant and lni
proved properly In all portion of the
lty. Also over 8,000 acrct of unimproved
landi in Alexandcrand I'ulaiki couniiei, at
xtremHlylowtlgiirei, and In tracts to u t
purchacr. V are agonts for the 111 noh
CentrAl railroad landi In this and l'ulaskl
countlf Italiroad lands not sold prior to
November next will pan Into other band.
Now lstl e time to purchaae.
, KMIOKAMTR TO THE QBKAT Wf.T.
Wo are tbe agents of the Burlington and
I lllnourt Italiroad company, who oner foi
aalo In Inwa and Ncbra-ka millions or acres
ol the bet land on the continent, on ten
I yeara credit. S per cent. Interest. Maps,
f painp'jleta, circulars and all necessary iufor
oiatton relative to tho lands and how te
reach tnem furnished upon application.
Call at once and naialne for your!es. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. HARM AN CO.,
1 Cor. Sixth and Levee sU., Cairo, Ills.
I Jure 7. 1873.
UYLAND & SAUEH,
AND DKALEB1 IM
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVKIIY UESCUIVT1UM,
Corner 10th street and Commercial ayenn
next door to tbe Uyland saloon.
11.16 tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
AND DKALKR IN
FP ESH MEAT,
Biontn Stumt, Bbtwmk Wabhihotoh
Tyi.K ih. ht n, BhI. Pork. Muttoa Vaal
Lamb, Sausana, ate., 'ad ara, praparad to aarva
tlllltns In ins) mnn aof apsani niannar.
(Successor to Jamas Kynastoa,)
BOTOHBB AKD DllL IK AIL KlRDI OT
CORNBB NOTTKHTH AJTD POPLAR BTi.,
Buys and slaughters only the V.''iVil
aoi and sheep, and l. prepared to flU 1 any
lemasu tor rresnmeaia nuw "
in thnnanil no'inda
B. 0. PACE & CO.,
A V D
FLOOR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
I'OIt COUNTY JUDGE.
Vi't aro authorized to announco that
F, liHoes will be a candidate for thu olBce
of County Judnv of Ahucdcr county.
V2 arn authorized to announce tbat W.
M. McPlltTS.ua will boa caLdldate for
lheolSc9 of Count; Judge of Alexander
ror. county olekk.
We are autbotited to announce that
Jacoii O. l.tlica will be a candidate for
Euitor Uullbtin l'luase nntiuunco
my immt s a candidate for the office ol
John O. Cbowlky.
We aro authorised to announce Joszrn
T. Uavon an a candidate for the olllco
af county dork, at the ensuing November
election, subject to tbe decision or the
voters of Alexander county.
FOK CoUN I'Y THKASUHUlt.
Wu are authorized to announce John II.
Uoh-MAJi a candidate for lint otlk'e ol
Kmtou or Tub Hulletin You will
please announce uiy name as the people's
candidato lor county treasurer, at the en
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to servo the people, 1 hope to be
elected by tbe people.
WOtd William Mautik.
Vi'r. are authorized to announce Mrs. t.
E. Drown, of Tnebes precinct, as a enndi
Jute for superintendent of school.
1'l.EAfK announce me at a candidate for
SuperintHndent of l'ublic Instruction of
Mm, P. A. Tat LJ k.
Wcsfii authorized to announce Uiham
P. PUTNAM, of Ilazlewood, as a candi
3ate for county superintendent of public
I hereby announce myself ns a cand
dnlH for the otllce of county commiuioner,
at the approaching election.
Jab. E. MtCatTf.
Euitor Hvllktin : Plenie annjunco
tne as a candidate for the office of Couuty
1' t-aie announce that I aru a Uhtididatu
for county commislor.er.
CaIKO, Ills., October IH, 1873.
Wb arn authorized to announce Mr.
(iEiihOK r'iMlKK as a candidate tor Coun
ty Cuinmiisioner, at thu ensuing Novum
V,'t are authorized to announce Jami
L. SAfI)ZR.i,of Clear creek, as a candidate
for county commii'ioner.
Wx are authorized to announce Alex
iNUtk C. IIoIioem of Unity, as a can
lldale for County Commiiiiouor.
11 A vi.so been solicited by numerous
voters of Alexander county to become a
:andidate for tbe office of county com
rmssioncr, I hereby announce that I will
be a candidate for that offire, at the ensu
ing November election.
Hi v tax Mahcihluox.
T H.,EBU LjLETIg
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
The election approaches.
The candidates are ''whooping things
Do not forget that thle Is too last day
Sunday was the gloomiest dy of the
uaiun, thus far.
Tbo city it comparatively Ireo from
pimps and sneak thieves.
Jnilor Fitzgerald is busily engaged In
making much needed improvements about
the court-house yard.
A number of new buildings aro "go
nnup" iu the vicinity ol Thirty-second.
third and fourth streets.
Tbo Mound City and Calra boys will
ndulge In a little base ball day after to.
morrow at tbe former placo.
Th'i Chamber of Commerce incuts
regularly evory morning. However, but
ery little luilncss is transacted.
Monday was a dull day In police dr
ies. Unlike almost every oilier Motiday
there was not an ofleudur before his honor.
Don't forget the " barrel of flour "
sate. It Is to be sold at tbe Chamber of
Commerce this morning for tbo benefit of
tbo yellow fever sufferers.
River men aro jubilant over tbe pros
pects of a rise in tbo Ohio, which It is an
ticipated will make business a little mora
brisk on that stream.
The city cltrk and several members of
city council of Paducab, were in tbe city
last evening, on their way to the lakes in
Uallard county, Kentucky, where they
propose to spend a few days in hunting.
The funeral of Laura Isabella, daugh
ter of Mr. aud Mrs. Jacob Martin, which
occurred yesterday afternoon, was at
tended by a large concourse of the friends
and acquintances of the parents of tbe
Juvenile pugilism Isbocominga pop
ular pastime in this city. On Sunday two
ol "tbo lads 1 aged about ten years each,
engaged in a bout of tbe "manly art."
Neither of them was seriously damaged.
Local bruisers will bo discouraged to
learn that Mr. Joe. Coburn does not pro
pose to cut short his career by martyrdom
to bis devotion to tbe tlitlc ring, and an
nounces that it Is of no use to send any
more challenges to him, for be won't ac
cept. The Nemo base ball club have char
tered a special train to convey all who
may desire to witness the last game of the
series to be played between that club and
tbe Riversides, of Mound City, which is
to come off at tbe latter place on Thurs
day next. Tho train will leave tbe foot of
Sjventh itreet at 1: 10 p.m. Fair for tbo
round trip fifty cents.
Louis II. Myers will opun nn auc
tion, and forwarding and commission
bouse, November 1st. in Dr. II. Ward
nor's new brick building, 111 Commer
cial avenue, and deal in bay, corn, oati,
will, no doubt, do a flourfihiog business
from the start. So aoto it be.
Remember tbe Varrsl of tlwur to be
sjld lhl3 morning on 'Cbnngo for tbe ber,
eflt of tbe Memphis sufferers. Mr. Z D.
Matburi li tbo dorior of the flour.
Plain drunks appear to be tbe prevail,
lug epidemic in this community just
now, and were It not so our police magis
trates would soon find It convenient to
closo up tbtlr "Justice dispensaries " and
goaflsblng, Plain drunks In this city
are worth from one to 2vo dollars, accord
ing to the size of tbo druck. This does
not include cost of trial, which In nearly
all esses le something over three dollars.
An exchange) goti o!f tho following
bustling piietry, wbtch wo reprint for tbo
bontlll of our young lady readers -
Mary bad a little lamb,
ith which she used to Uis-el,
Sbo snatched the wool all ol lis back,
Aud stuffed It la her bustle.
The lamb soon saw be had beeu llccced,
Aud iu a passion flew,
Hut Mary uot up on ber ear,
And stuiicd tbe lamb In too.
On Sunday last at about noon, a man
named Thomas Earl, a resident of Kird's
Point, white examining tbe workings of
Ualliday Hro.'s new coal chute, acci
dentally fell from the trestle work to tbe
ground below, a distance of sotno twenty
five or thirty feet, sustaining itjurics
from which be died in a very short time.
Judge Hrosi Lcld an inquest on tbo body
and a verdict of accidental doatb was re
Ears good big ears, aro a good tblrg
to have, as the local editor of tbe 'Suu'
will attost. In a rocett game of base ball,
tbo aforesaid local of the 'Sun,' while
making prcdigieus efforts to"take In" a ''fly
ball" full into an uncovered well, and
would doubtless bave boen drowned but
for bis ears, that lappodthe brink of either
side and sustained his weight. There he
bung for quiet a while and yelled like a
Comanche until rescued by loma ot bis
Oeorgo Dougherty, of tbe Jonesboro
'Advertiser' was in town on Sunday. He
had rccievod orders to print a large num
ber of election tickets, but when about
half of them were struck off bis rollers
ijkve out and Le was compelled to come to
Cairo to havo now ones cast. If George
could only havo managed to bave got him
self on the outsi. e of a roller stock, their
would bave been no necessity of bis
coming to Cairo. He would make an ex
cellent roller No ioubt a little 'soft" and
"green," at Urst but with careful using he
would become "seasoned' and answerevery
purpose of a roller.
Tbe Mound City Choral Society, as
sisted by bo mo of Cairo's bestsingers, wll.
give a concert at tbe Alboneum on Wed
nesday evening of Ibis week, (29th Inst.,
for a joint church benefit. From
the programme, we think the en
tertainment will be one of unusual Inter
est. It presents more variety than usual.
A full house should greet the Mound City
singers, since on two occasions when
Cairo singers bare Iruri concerts in
Mound City, the citizens there have wel
comed them with large audiences. Cairn
should not bo outdone, but return the com
Col. S S.Taylor returned from New
Mr. Jas.K. Morris of Ullln.wns in the
city on Sundny.
Chief of Police Mr Halo returned
from Chicago yesterday.
Sergeant Cain of thu police force Is
cor.flnod to bis home with sickness.
Prof. Donton left by the 3:30 train
this morning. Wo understand he will
lecture in Anna this evening.
Judge llross will start this morning
for a trip through the county to see tbe
"boys" bufore tbe election takes place.
Mr. Joe. Cormlck was in tho city
yesterday for the first time sinco his re
cent sickness. He is rapidly gaining
strength nnd expects soon to he as well as
Rev. Chas. Gilbert, tho now rector of
tho church of tbe Redeemer, Is eipected to
arrire some timo this wook, and on Sub
but!) next will conduct services at his
church . Mr. Gilbert is said to an able
preacher. Ho has been attending tbo
Evangelical Alliance, which recently
n.et in New York city.
Tbo following were tbo names regis
tered at the European hotel yesterday:
L Porter, Grand Chain; John Cougklln,
M O 11 U; J II Galbrltb, Jobnsonvllle;
Wm Perry, Vincennos ; J B Marsh, Cen
trails; Jobn Ellison, DuQuoin; J S Elli
son, DuQuoIn; Chas M Nettloton, Mem
phis; A Forrest, Oshkosh; V usley Lane,
Chicago; A Meisechoimer, Dongola; Jas
Koed, Dongola; Henry Gbast, Louisvillot
Jacob Suesvcr, Indianapolis: Chas lied
ford, St. Louis ; J S Lltchell, Cincinnati.
W. DENTON CALLED TO TIME.
The polemical Don Quixote, alias
William Denton, having made his little
speeches, tails off by wbat be denoral
nates a challengo to the Christian world,
but which, characteristic of this Heathen
iconlclast, (such by his own confossion),
is nothing but a weak, bluffing document,
containing nolthr nogation nor afflrma.
tlon, which appeared In the 'Sun' of Sat
I comprobond citizen Donton s flour
ishes entirety. He has defiantly trail bis
metaphorical coat tail on tbe streets of
Cairo, and I dare to tread Ormly on It.
But it is to be fsard that this innocent
Abroad does not mean business. If ha doos
I desire to propose something definite.
"Now, first, it is patent, that citizen D
possesses ueitner aeptn, system or
originality) an adept be is at doling out
tbe Ideas of Tom Paine, Yolney, Huxley
Wincbell, Agazzi, Darwin, mixed up with
crude notions of his own, Dut now to
Confining myself to tbrco specifla illus
trstlonsof Ulbllcal prophecy, viz. Egjpt
Idumn. and Palestine -I assort and
maintain that all prediction
and I daro William Danton In public dli.
cutslon to prove tbe negative. I guaran
tee to make W. D. leave Cairo on his ear,
or bear tho ridlcu!s of an Incensed public.
Will W. D'l., committee meet my com
mittee to make preliminary arrangements,
or otherwise acknowledge by their refusal
to do so, that their champion Is an un
competent, declaim? r of Christianity and
a shocking blasphemer. I prnposg an ex
haustive discussion In detail, if it takes
three weeks. Citizek S. O. Hart.
Caibo, Octobar 28, 1873.
PntcE Ccrresit OrricK,
Monday, Evo., Oct. 21, 1878.
Tho general cunditlon ot the tnarkut con
tinues unchanged, and we think tbe re
marks of last week In the Price Current
are so well adapted to to-diy that wa re
peat them without change.
The market presents a gloomy and dis
heartening aspect. Thoro Is nothing do-
log in any of its branches. Largo con
signments of grain and flour havo been re
ceived, on which consigners are asking ad
vances that consignees decline to make.
Stocks of all kinds are accumulating and
buyers may be said to be all out of the
market. Sellers are willing in many casus
to make concessions to effect cash sales
and do not feel anxious to make sales tor
anything but cash.
Finances stand as they have since the
commencement of the panic. Times are
as hard and ratos as high as they havo
been at any timo at Now Orleans, with no
indications of any improvement soon.
Prices there rules high with a steady mar
ket but no money, and speculators do not
care to take tbe risk of making shipments.
Our merchants continue to receive orders
but decline to fill them in nearly all cases
except for cash on delivery.
Correspocdents are advised to hold
shipments of all kinds for tbe present.
A few car leads of choice whilo corn
might be sold to-day, but it would take
very little to ovor-stock the market.
JiifCorreipondents should bear in mind
that these quotations are for round lots
from tit at bands. For broken and small
lots, and in filling orders, an advance
is charged over thuse prlcessf
FLOUU-Quiet, heavy and dnll.
Stocks are large and increasing. Orders
come in slowly, but only when accompa
nied by cash rceoivu attenteon. We note
sales of 600 bbls at $i8 50.
WHEAT Not much doing. 1 car
No. 1 Medltteranean sold at f 1 35.
HAY Stocks are large and transac
tions light. Only choico grades find any
thing likr a market at any price. We
note sales of U cars good mixed delivered,
at $16; 1 cars prairie delivered, at
3 cars choice timothy delivered at $16 SO;
I car do. dollvered at 917 ; 1 car mixed
sold at S1G.
CORN Receipts are largely in excess
or demand, and large quantities are being
stored. Thero was no inquiry to day.
White Is quoted nominally at 64c sacked
aud delivered. Wo note salos of 8 cars
mixed, ackud and delivered at 01'2c;
6 cur. mixed In bulk on track l'j.
OATS Plenty and dull. Receipts are
iu excess of demand, and prices rulo
lower. Sales reported were 6 cars mixed
del in sacks i04lc; 1 car white 41c; 2
cars mixed in bulk on track 333is.
RURRER Unchanged. The domand
for choice continues good with only a
moderato supply in the market. Common
is plonty and dull. We note sales of 'J 5
pkes choico $2b30c.
EGOS Receipts are liberal nnd de
mand fair at previous prices. Saley wore
2, COO dozen shippers count at 1820c.
OH ICK ENS Vory dull. Tho market
is over stocke and the choicest lots aro
ard to sell at f 3. We nton sales of 10
coops mixed, end two $3.
MEAL Tbe demand is light. The
market is well supplied and prices are
lower. We note sales of 200 bbls stcAM
drieddol$2 052 70.
CHEKSE Good demand; Now York
factory, V 16J17c.
SYRUPS Tho demand is fair for
choice at 60c$l gal, and Nw Orleans
PLASTERING HA1R--35C per bushel.
LIME In lots $1 'J5 to (1 60 bbl.
CEMENT. At wholcsalj 50 J
UUKLAP3-2i bushels corn, 91 os
IJlc; do 13 oz Ilia; 4 bushels oats 20c
5 bushels 21c.
BEES WAX-V lb 30c.
SOAP Sbaoffer's Gorman mottled 71c;
Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW V & T
COFFEE Scarce and firm, Java sell
inte at 863Cc; Laguayra notie; Kit
prime to choice 2930c.
SUGAR Coffee A, 12J13o.
BEESWAX 28c per lb
KEATUERS S. G. per ft CSe.
TK AM Imr.rlal. 76c(alSl 25: Gun
powder, 75el 'it Oolong black, 75cQ
f 1; Young Hyson, $11 40.
HKOO.MH Dull: common bouse sell
ai fl SO to 2 50; choice and extra choice
13(38 76; steamboat 4 606 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, com crossed
Now York. 85c: to Borton 1.
compressed, to New York $1 11; to
RATES To New Orlesns and Vlcks-
burgi Potatoes, pple, , c,
pound freights 25o cwt; hay $7 per
ton; whiskey 1 40 por bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, etc,30o per bbl;
pound freights 15c owl; hay 5 per ton
whisky 80o per bbl.
A clergyman, while residing in South
America as a missionary, discovereJ a
sate and simple remedy for tbe cure of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseases of
the urinary and seminal organs, and tbe
whole train of disorders brought on by
banefui and vicious habits. Great num.
bers have been cured by this noblo remedy.
Prompted bv a desire to benefit the af
flicted and unfortunate. 1 will send the
rereirt tor preparing and usli.g this med
icine In a sealed envelope to anyone who
needs it,r o ehargi. Address
Joseph T. In hah,
Arrival and depattures lor the 21 hours
ending at 0 p.m. last v enlnj.
Jim PIsk Paducab.
Emma C. Elliott St. Louis.
Legal Tender Vlcksburg.
. .Nuw Orleans.
O. V. Kounts
Kmma C. Elliott. ...
I10ATS TO LEAVB TO-lMTt
Illinois Columbus... .1 30a.m. 4-30p m.
Jim Flsk Paducab 5:U0p.m.
City Chcster..Mcmph!s 6.00p.m.
Capitol City .St. Louis liOOp.m.
The RiVEitH.-Tho Ohio Is still rising
aUive. Tbo Mississippi continues to de
cline, having fallen about two inches
since last report.
Capt. Jack Grammar, Superintendent
of Evansvlllo packets, is at Padueah, and
will stop tbo Burksville at that placo, and
send back tbe Arkansas Belle to como out
In her placo on Thursday from Evansvllle.
The Idlowlld will lcavo Evansvllle on
Saturday and tho Quickstep on Mondav
Pilots John Taylor and George Burt of
the Charles Brown came down on tho
Silvertborn to tako tbe Brown to Louis-
vtllo; also pilots Alf. Hopkins and Jas.
Djugherty to look at the river. The lat
ter weru to ruturn by rail last evening.
Capt, erdon, clorl; of tbo Thos. Sher
lock, Is in thu city.
The Silvertborn got aground a short
time in tbe rain day beforo yestorday,
and while working her off Capt. Josh
Tbroop caught a sevcro cold, and was
muchly undor tho weather yestorday, we
aro sorry to state.
The Charles Bodtnan got off Horsetail,
but found ansthor bad place at Sheep Is
land, where she was bard aground when
the Legal Tender left her.
The Carrio V. Kountx came out draw
ing 6 foet 8 inches without wetting a spar,
but by some bard rubs.
The entrance into tbe Ohio from tbe
Mississippi is becoming more and more
troublesome evory day, and the boys all
find bottom beforo dropping into tbo wa
ter. There aro no marks to run by, and
tbo only warning that can bo givon is to
lake it easy and koep a sharp look out.
The Silvcrthorn brought a fair trip from
Divor John Gwyer is to blast tho eamo
old wrecks out of the way, which are lay
ing at wbat will be the foot of tbe ln?lino
of tbe Illinois Central railroad, just above
the stone depot.
Capt. Bryson will soon let off some
canned destruction on the face of old
Bacon rock, which may wake the echos in
Pilot Henry Hampton la engage on
the Fannie Tatum. He came out on the
Legal Tender to take a look at the worst
river in tbo United States.
H. Givon Uagey was In town ysterday
visiting friends. He baa just recovered
from a severe attack of erysipelas. He
will loave for St. Louis to-day to resumo
his place in tbo ofHce of the Einlllo
LaBarge a Missouri river packet.
Go to B. F. Blake's for everything in
the Steam and Gasfittlng lino. 9-26tf.
Go and see 11. Meyers and bo will show
you the finest lot of Meerschaums ever
brought to Cairo. 31
GiiAXDELiEfts, Braekuts, Tendants,
Globes, etc. for sale at prices that cannot
be beat, by B. F. Btako, Bross' KloeV.
A large lot of flno
For bALE CUEAl-. One span good,
young mules, also a double wagon. Will
sell them togethor or separately. Enquire
of llrsK, Looms & Co.,
tf No. 61 Ohio Lovee.
For Sale. Two desirable lots No. 7
and b, block 70, city; corner of Tenth and
Walnut stroets. AY ill bo sold with or
without tbe homo on lot 8. For particu
lars, ete, apply to
10-U-2W Matuuss & Uut.
P. Fitxgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Guinness' Porter &
Bass' ales and pure Uonnessy brandy,
and tbe genuine Asgosturo bitters, all
first-class cholera cures. Try thorn
By Harlman, a fin
At a great bargair.
Call at Hartman's salesroom. 105 Com
Mr. Wu. Ehlehs Is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that ht dun hit own fitting
in gaiters, fine boots and shoos. In fact
all bis work Is done In bis own shop.
R. Jonfs, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, ana
the latest Improvements In tbe line uf his
business. Only tbe best ana most com
petent wcrkmin employed, and all work
warranted to bo ftrstclass In every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Just received at Ehler's, Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, the llnest French calf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect fit and satisfaction ns
surod. Any persons in need of boots and
shoes should call ou Ehler's, oxamino his
slock of leathors and leave their orders,
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopatblst physi
cian, late of Shawneetown, has located In
this city and Intends making it bis uomo
Tot doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, aud refors to the officers of tho
First National bank of Shawneetown, to
whom he is well known, having practited
Mi nrofesslon amone them for years. He
Office 140 CoinmsrclaljtTe-7-20-tf
For oas and steam fitting go to Ren
nle's Vulcan Iron vroki, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 8-10-tf
Gas nnd Stcamtlttlng on short notice
BroeV Block; fl-28tf.
A New Enterprise. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a Hoe of hacks between Cairo
and tbe terminus of the Cairo, Arkansas
Jc Texas railroad, making two trips each
day.leavlng Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and 2)o'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with tbe trains on that road.
Orders for passengets or baggage shoull
be left at Field's stable, on lO'.h street.
Central Hoc-E-On Sixth street be
tween CommercUl and Washington
This houju has recently undergone thor
ough repairs, and ll now in first-class con
dition for tho accommodation of tbo trav
eling public. Boarders accommodated on
reasonable terms. A share of patronago
Is solicited. Mna T. N.GArrxEV,
0 30-lm. Proprietress.
Tho barber shop is on tbe corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
whore J..Oeorge Stlenhotise with his gen
tlemenly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, roady to soothe
your footings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tempor and hoed with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you are
sure of rccolvine Srst-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 6-16-tf
We need not remark that tho oyster Is
a good thing to have In tho house ; every
body knows that ; but It may be nocessary
to say that tbe bosl oystors in tho city
may bo found at tbo oyster saloon of
Amandus Jaeckel. He has fitted up
rooms In flnestjle, and has made arrange
menla by which bo will be able to obtain
dally supplies of fresh oysters, wbleh he
Is prepared to dish up to customers in any
manner. Cull upon Jaeckel and try bis
Mr. Fred. Wi.ntkriieku has jusl re
turned from St. Louis, where bo purchased
ns fine a stock of tho various grados of
flno Icathor as was ever brought to this
city, and proposes to work It into boots
and shoos for bis customers. Ho makes
dno boots n specialty, and is confident (f
his ability to copo with any boot-mnker In
this city in this lino of work. Ho em
ploys nono but the best workmen, and as
a consequence turns out only first-class
work. While in St. Louis he visited all
tbe principal shops and secured patornsof
all tho latest stvles nnd improvements,
and will givo bis customors the benefit of
them. Work done promptly and on short
notice. All work warranted. 10-29-1 m.
Having been appointed asilgnce of the
stock ot tnUUnery Roods of Mrs. Anna
Lang, tor the benefit of her creditors, 1
will sell tbo same at public auction on
Thursdav, November sixth, 1873, at tho
old stand on Eighth street. Salo to com
nmnce at 0 o'clock and continue- from day
to dny until all the goods aro sold.
John H. Qomnxs, Assignee.
Cairo, October 18, 1873.
W HIGH NATIONAL 1
It was tho Nntional Lifo Insurance
Company of New York, office 212 Broad
way Now York, that passed into the hands
of a receiver as announced in tbo dis
patches a few days since, and not tho
National Llfo Insuranco Company of
tho United Staia of Amtrica, which still
grows, not only in tbe vulumo of itsbutl-
nofs and asset, but gaining favor from
those who havo examined into its plans
and financial condition ilr.cn the panic.
JASPER Iost, Agent.
LARGE stock of choice candles just re'
eolved, and for tia cheap, wholesale or rc
tall, by .1. II. I'll I l j.i ps.
DUR1NU thin week the Scldcn Irwin Or
chestra will give a concert every evening at
the CaMno saloon. CllAS. YV'KnKlt,
FOR SALE OR RENT a lino btulncsi
staim on tne corner oi vcmhiuitciui utumiu
and Seventh street.
Kuquire on premises.
WANTED A white girl to do housework
In a small family. Enquire at while cottage
on Tenth street, between Washington nnd
Commercial at entte, or of E. A. Burnett at
The Bulletin oillco. 10-20 3t
PllOF. IlAltDY will open hla dunclng
school ou Tuesday evening. October 23, at
8 p.m., ot Turner' hall (lato I'hlllls'). for
gentlemen, and on Sattuiljy. November 1,
2 p.m., Tor children. Thoo wishing to at
tend are rcqiuvtPil to be ou nanu piorupnj-.
FltKD. STITCH Kit has purchased tho
barber shop of Geo. Uciulng, who retires
for thu bciH llt of his health. 'I no shop Is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Klglitt-enth street, and m
new proprietor is octet mined to nuke it
tirst-elan lu every particular. He invite
public patronage. 10-20 lm
IT Is au Indisputable fact that tho Cairo
Casino will have the btatand tnntt enjoyable
ball ou Monday nllit, November .1, that ever
occurred in Cairo. Seven of tho best musi
cians have been engaged to play for tho
loveis of good mtislo, aud forthose who wUli
to trip tho light fantastic too. The commit
tee will spare no time or expense to nuke
tho occasion the moat agreeable ot the sea-
sou. 10-28 01
Caiko, lis., October IU, 1873.
The Arm ol Kylo .t Winter has this day
dissolved by mutiiul concent. C. It, Kyle
iihsumlng nil liabilities and collects all bills
or said firm. C. It. hyle will still continue
the business. Thomas Wini kii,
10-2 -it CtlAH. 't. Kxik
HALE OV VALUABLE IMI'ltOVKI) CITY
1 will, ou Thursday, October SO, 1873, at
10 o'clock a.m., sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, that desirable brick
residence situated on wasniugion avenue,
between Eighth and Ninth streets, andlate
lv occupied by Jno. H. Kelly, Esq. Tho
house contains 10 rooms with out-houses,
etc.. and u olio ol tho most desirable resi
dences In tho city. Tho lot la 3i lent front
by 100 feet deep, being lot 33 and 0 feet off
lot 90, In block W, city oi t-airo.
ALWAYS JUDQE A MAN'S ABIL
ITY TO DO A THING Hi
THE ADVANTAGES HE PROFESSES.
Always judge a merchant's b'.lity
to sell goods at reasonable figures by
the advantages be professes.
Knowing this, I. Furubakcr tt Son,
the clothiers, aiL tbe readers of TBI
Dui.LMTl.v to judgo their ability to sell
goods lower tluiu any house in Cairo,
by tho advantages they possess for buy
ing lower than any house in Cairo.
If their advantages for buying sur
pass all others, as a natural conse
quences thicr ability (or selling must
surpass all others. They ask for noth
ing unless you think they deserve it
Give your patronage to those whose
advantage.1! for selling surpass all
They give their advantages,
1st Having two large stores in this
vicinity to buy for, thereby buying ia
larger quantities than any house in
2d Having a resident partner and
buyer iu New York, a gentleman full
of years and experience, both in New
York and Cairo markets, whose whole
attention is to look out for "bargains,"
not once, twice or three times yearly ;
but always. Having bee a resident
of the metropolis some ten years, he is
fully posted in the secrets of New
York business. That gives ui a con
stant supply of new and stylish goods
always in our shelves. It is utterly
imposaiblo for a merchant to go to
New York twice or three times annu
ally and buy goods cheap, for whin
ho's there, thoro aro ethers, yes, thous
ands on tho same mission, and in con-
ecqucucc, goods with such a demand,
murft be high.
The merchants know full well who
pays the biggest prices for goods. It
is the merchant who comes to New
York twico or three times, green as a
i :.. .1.. i ij r . .
has only one method to judce of the
prices of goods, i. e., by tho last prices
he paid, which arc always high. The
New York merchants know from whom
tho "milk and honey flow." These
"country merchant?," by which name
thoao who go to New York semi-occa-
siotiaiiy nre Known, wnon tuey aro iu
New York aro always in a hurry, and
must necc-t-arily buy at prices asked,
for they are needed at home. K
member, "goods well bought aw half
We have given you our advantages
for buying. Cut it out. Ask other
merchauts to givo you their'n j and if
you tltiuk their advantages for buying
surpass our's, give them your patron
age ; if our advantages surpass their'f,
givo us your patronage.
What proposition can we make mon
fair ? I. Fabnuaker & ton,
The People's Favorite Ciothiert,
01 Ohio Levee,
2nd door above First National Bank,
Ill Broadway, Paducab, Ktatueky.
11 Walker street, New York.