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. n LOCAL WEATUElt REPORT.
Orsiuvfr's Office, Caiiio, 111.,
October 2S, 10:11 p.m,i l'1' J
Baromtter, 30:24 degress.
Tbetmometer, 33 decrees.
.W.lnd northeast Teloeity C miles per
'Maximum temperature lor Uit 21 hour,
Minimum temperature lor tb laatai bouii,
Prevailing wind for lint !M hoit, wott
Total number of uillss travtled by wind
during Ut M hour! , 402.
Obtenrer Signal Service, t). H. A
ohn Q. Uarman, (.has. Tbrupo
JOI1N Q. UAKMAN & CO.,
And Land Agents of tho t'ltnole Central
anu uuriiuglou and .vilaaouri Itaiiroau coin
Wurlta Cmr. olBlls at. nnl Ohl Loiot
Oder (or sale at low figures and easy terms
uie loiiowiug real estate :
No. 1 S loin in ttio "Itldge Block" run
nlng through the block iroiu Fillveblh to
nix'eenm atrecia, ieit rtjKlUKiice property
Ill the city. ImU 3 and t I) to. clt), n-ti-Ingtou
avenue, between Thirteenth and
f'ouiteeuth streets, went fide good two.
story dwelling house on each lot. Lota 6
sin! 0, adjolmng tba last before named.
Lot II, l 2.1, city, on hlxth street, south
side, between Commercial and Washington
No 2 Lola 7 and 8, b 3$. corner ol Four,
trentb and Poplar slrcela, front ou Foplai
street, went aide, opposite post-olllco block
No H splendid business building, rrs.
dence In aeconil atory, U rooiua, bull and
front and rear stairway, wateronbolli floors.
In number one condition: situated on north.
Not corner ot Commercial avemm and
Twelltti street. A great bargain IT sold
.No 4 Lot 4, b il. Commercial avenue,
between fourth an 1 Kilth stieeta. J .01 21,
b2i, on Washington avnue, between Klllb
and sixth street.
.So b six lot In b 2t, lot ail. Hlgb
ground. tJUJeaeli on ea.y liajliirnta.
NoO Lola 1 audi, lull 5 iiuttn corner o
Teulb and Levee streets. Kent hti-lues loca
tion In Urn city term, ea-y. Lota21, li an i
tl In li I!), I.l ad., south corner ol l iventli lli
and Poplar ttreet. AUo tbr e loll in court
bouae block, Irotillng on I'oplar ttrcut.
o 7-lU ta anil 111, b lt uiitb aide ol
Twentyttrt itreet, opposite "Cornell
Ulock very desirable lor renldrnce pui
u S Tell ul the cbolcett lota, in block
57, l-t addltbin, aboe tirade, beautliul rcsl
deuce location, wilt b Hold at a Kreal bar
gain. Wv call particular attention to im
properly an It "III be (Oiil crj low.
.No 'J I bat elccant renidence on .Srventb
itreel, owned by Capt. Ilurd, f loiittlirf T.i
feet on .Seventh atreet, aud running; back
KoO Iret to .Sixth. Tula property l well
known to tbecltUeuaol Cairo aud tlcinlty a
uu ul tbe iuo-t complete and convenient
reIdencea In the city. It has all tbe con
Venlencei apperlalniu t a Urnt-cl fa boiur.
Tlic KronuJa are Inlily nnbel lhed wiib
telrct alifubbeiv and null in abumlaii e;
carriage oouae, table and outbulldingatlrtl.
:liu, uwliiij ii ttie removal ol Capt, ilurd
tbU property will be auid at a gical bargain
onea-y inrin-. Al-o two lotion corner'l bird
treet and Mlaalaaippl letee. Tim Lefe
l ulldliiK. formerly occupied by Capt. Hum,
In liH ulilo levte, Sprlnneld lllock," lor
.No 10 Aa elegant reitdence with four lot.
In b 07, cliy lor aal very cbrap II ml
loon, IIUli ground, and preuiliei In a Su.
No 11 A No. 1 cottaga on Konrth itreet,
between Waahltigton avenue and Walnut
itreet. Alio two iota running Iroin i'r.iirlli
to Kilth itreeta very deiirable property.
No Is New two-a ory dwel tng in prime
uder. on Loctut itreet, hlghenl ground in
be city, two loti. l'rice 1 1 300.
No ll An elegant reildence wllk about
hrceacreauf ground, eovered with all klndi
f ie!ct Irult and ihrubbery, tn Santa Fa
ir ule ebeap.
A F)N CltAXC FOR IXTMTMIXT.
We have, tor rale orleaia vacant and lm-
oved property In all portion of the
ty Ati'i oer 5,000 aerei or untmprorcit
ndi In Alexanderand 1'ulaikl coun.iea, at
trembly low rlgurei, and in tracta lo ault
irchaaera. Wa are ageuta for the llllnoii
ntril railroad landa In thia and l'utaikl
untie I Hal road landa not told prior lo
lember next will pan Into other baada.
w la tl e time to purchase.
KUIQRANTt TO THE QRCaT WliT.
1 7e am the amenta of tho Ilurllngion and
Mil aouri Htilroad company, who otter fm
,u 1 1 in inwa anu tora-a inuuona oi acrea
it t lie neil linu on ins conuneui. on ten
I ea ra credit, a per cent, inleren. Mnpi,
iaa ipjlxta, circulars and all necenary inior-
Hat Ion relative to tho.e lands and bnw te
(eat h tnem furnlihed npon application,
ball at once and txaralne for vouralves. Ap
Mr I n JOHN Q. HAHMA.N ft CU
1.111. BIXIU UI I.D1CC IB.fX.auu, tits.
11YLAND & SAUKtl,
I-C3 TTrn.nTT !-! UJ.C2
r - t w I I I'll W ' '
AMD DIALKM Vi
CfUOICE FRESH MEATS
or KVEHY DESCBU'TION.
orner 10th strwt and Commercial areai
next door te tno uyiana saioon.
1M6 tf. OA1KO, 1L.L8.
AND DIALER IN
FF ESH MEAT,
itlOHTB Btumt, Bitwmjs Waibuotos
AMD U0UUBR0IAL AVSIVIS,
VdlotaitaiB 'honae) atatd Hnany'a
Tkmp the bait or Baet. Pork, Mutioo Vaal.
. . r- ... .... ... .n....l . A . . .
aniDi Muaa" -uu K . ...
Inn m tn lha ranal aaeaptaMe manner.
(Bucoessor to James Kyiaston,)
UTOBBB AMD DBALBR tM ALL KlBDI Of
Corner Ninbtbmth amd PorLAK Btb.,
uyi.and slaughtars only the Bert eatlle,
lira and ahoen, and It prepared to 1111 any
rtiabd for frosbracaU from ona pound to
n hniland nniinda
B. 0. PACE & CO.,
loUR AND COUNTRY PBODUCK
ron county judoe.
Wi are authorized to announce that
F. Ur.oia will be a candidate for the otllce
ol County Judge of Alexander county.
Wc are authorlnd to announce that W.
il. McTiitTKK.a wilt boa candidate for
intjoiuca oi county juugo or Aiexanaer
FOU COUNTY CLEUK.
W are autborlted to announce that
Jacob O. Ltcu will to a candidate for
Euitor UuLLxnn L'luaio announce
my riatn'j as a candidate for the olflc" of
county cirK. joum u. ckowlet.
We aro authorizod to anaounie Josxru
F. Uiviso.v as a candidate for tbe otllce
3f county clerk, at the eniulng November
nlcclliiti, uliject to the deciitlon of tba
voters of Alexander county,
KOFI COUNTY TltEASUUER.
Weareautborized to announce Jou.v II.
UuaaVAN a candidate for tbe office of
KniToR or Tub IIullktin Ynu will
plunru announce my nauio as tho people's
caiididntH lor county treasurer, at tho en-
iiili g November election Intending and
ileairlni; to snrve the people, 1 bopo lo be
eleclMl by tbe people.
B-201U WIIXIAU J1AKT1.V.
V Htn authorizod to announce Mrs. 8.
K. Drown, of Ttintiei precinct, as a candl
late tor superintendent of schooli.
l'LKAec announco me as a candidate for
Su erintiindent of Public Instruction of
.SIRS. r. A. 1 ATL0R.
Wr.are authorixid to announce Uiram
l'UTNAM, of Hazlewood, as a candi
Jalo for county superintendent f public
Wit are authorized to announce Db.
Ai.rKEti W. McUxcof Clear Crek, as a
cnrnli1ni) for county commisiioner of
Alexander county, at theeniuing Novum.
I licrnliy announce myself ns a eand'
lat for tho olficii nf county cotumlisioner,
at thu approaching election.
Ja. t.. JlCaiTI.
EltlTtR tlL'LLETl.v ; PleaK ann juncu
mo a n candidate lor the oUlce ot County
Commls.'ioner. '1'lloMAa .Mahti.v.
KtltTOIl liULLXTI-S :
I announce that I am a candidate
fur countv couimiiFlocer.
Cairo, Ills., Oct-ber-18, 1872.
We are authorized lo announce Mn.
( euHOE i tell tR na a candidate lor Coun
ty Coiiiuiinriouer, at th ensuing Novum.
We are authorize! to announco JaUI-
1.. .SAMUina.nf Clear creek, as a candidate
for county coinmifioner.
Wc are authorized to announce ALEX-
muiK C. HotiOKa of Unity, at a can
iidate for County Commusiouer.
IIatino baun luliclted by numerous
rotuts of Alexander county to becomo a
jandidatn for tba nClce of county com
niis.ioner, 1 hereby announce that I will
be a candidate for 'that otilre, at tbe ensu.
Ing November election.
H kv eke MjUtcillLIinx.
Til 13 BULLETIN-
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Henry Aslton is recovering.
It was blarstcd cold last r.ight.
Judgo Urois is out in the country cn
an electioneering trip.
Mr. I. Farnbakor is expected to ar
rive in the city to-day from the eaft.
Dr. Wnrdnor is erecting another
home on Washington avenue, between
Nineteenth and Twentieth etreots.
Hill Scott's dances are not overly wall
attended these hard times. The panic
1ms bad its effect, and the boys aro run
ning out of stamps.
The scaion for hunting is at hand.
If you don't bo iovo it, watch how many
men shoulder their guns and start out
next Sunday morning.
A "plain drunk" and a "disorderly
conduct" constituted the sum total of tho
buiiue.s of l'olico Magistrate Ilird s court
yesterday, l'olico business is fearfully
1 O. Corbett Doden and family take
this opportunity to return sinccro thsnk
to the many kind frionds who gavo thoir
unrumittcd attention to thorn during their
The laborora on tho Misiltsippl Cen
tral were paid ofTnn Saturday last. In a
short time after rccieving thoir fay
many of the men bad soaked themselves
with Orabtrco'a rifle whiskey, and innum
erable tin and skull flhts ensued.
Wo this morning announco Dr. Al
fred McUeeas n candidate for county com
missioner. Dr, McGeo is well-known in
Alexander county, and should ho bo
elected will doubtless endeavor to dis
charge thu duties of tho iiflico conscien
tiously. Martin and Goiimnn, candidates for
county Iroa'urer, aro taking matters
coolly neither of ihum evincing over-
luo solicitation ai to the result of tho
uiection. They are both cooJ men, aud
omier ono of them will mako a good
Tbe Auction Sale of Flour
Chamber of Commerce Room
to-day at 10 o'clock,
For the 0neQt of tho
The total amount of tax assessed on
personal property in Alexander county
for tbo year icwa tt uai,Tu ou ; on lands
in the county, $038,760 j on lots in tbo city
of Cairo, $1,008,069, and on town lots in
tho various towns in tho couuty outside
of Cairo, $11,410.
Tbe oity has been overrun with
paupers of late. During last week not
loss than twenty of this class of persons
made application for tho privilege cf
letii offlco. Ai inany as tlx men tlcpt
there on one night.
Yesterday, Tuesday, win the last day
tor registering. If there sro t'lose wbo
failed to ico to It that their names are on
the registry Hit, tuch persons will Iih com
pelled to '(swear in" their votes, a butt
neii which li always attendcJ with more
, 0f ,e ,foub,8 nd T,t,on
Dr. Alfred McOee, candidate for
County Coministlorier from the upper end
of tbe countv, was In town yesterday. lie
is following the example of all tbe other
candidates "swinging around the circle,"
to see 'tho boys' before election day. Tbe
doctor believes ho has a "dead level, sure
thing," on a seat with the noil Hoard of
Editor Bulletin We desire to re
turn through your columns our sincere
thanks to our friends for their many
kindnesses In our recent boreavoment,
and especially to the minister and trustees
of the Christian church for the use of
their building for funeral services.
Mb. and Mrs. Jacob Marti.
Mr. John Hheehan, wbo for thejpsit
tlx months hat been working for the Mis
alislppi Central extension railroad com-
piny, was In town on Monday, and re
ports work on that road as rapidly ap
proaching completion. Ho believes the
emipany's shops and round bouso will be
lo.'sted at I)u 1'oyeter's, as tbe president
o'lheroad has purchased considerable
EVERY HUSINESS MAN
should attend the Auction Sale
at ten o'clock to-day
Board of Trade Koomi,
Tho proceeds to be donated for the
aid of the
-Tbe muaic loving portion of our cltl
zens should not forget tbe concert this
evening at the Athencum, under the aus
pices of tb Kgyptlan Choral Society of
Mound City. Tbe programme published
in another place is one which will attract
attention, and will no doubt draw a full
house. On several occasions when our
Cairo singers have given concerts at
Mound City they have been greeted by
full house, and it is to b? hoped our peo
plo will not fill to return the compliment
on this occasion.
One day last wook Sheriff Irvin went
down tbo river in search of Dick Owens,
who hat been wanted in this city for a
long time past. Owens is living In a fish
ing boat somewhere between Cairo and
Columbus, and is always on tbe lookout
for Sheriff Irvin, wbo beknowi will sooner
or later "lake him in oat of tbo weather"
if he is not very cautious. When tbe
steamer came within asout two hundred
yards of Dick's floating palaco, the bell
was rung to itop, and Sheriff Irvin and
ex-pollceinan Fred Whltcamp, wbo ac
companied him, Jumped into one of the
yawls and made for the palace. But
on tbo flr.t tap of tho boll of tbe
Illinois, Owens and another nsn
also took to their skiff and made for the
Kentucky shore. For a time the race was
an exciting one, and everybody on the Il
linois was out on tbo guards watching to
sco hnw it would terminate. Owen's boat
being much the lighter, reached shore first,
and Dick and bis partner, a man named
Charlie Holly, succeeded in escaping to
the woods, where it was useless to follow
them. Both Owons and bis partner ware
armod with guns, and had Sheriff Irvin
Htid Whltcamp nressrd them too closely,
it is not unreasonable to supposotbat "hot
work" would have ensued. Dick Owens
may escape for awhilo, but his day will
come, and thai too probably before be is
prepared for it.
Tbo following is the programme pro
posed for tbit ovoning's entortalnment at
the Atbeneum, by tbe Egyptian Choral
Society of Mound City :
1st. VnUe rtrllllant, Piano, Dp.i.eaux.
Mrs. L. G. Harris.
2d. Gypy Countess, Duett, In
Miss Dora Carter, E. D. Hewitt.
3d. Kitty Auvorneen, Sotig, COUCH.
"Twasaculd winter's nlgbt, and the tern-
pett was auarliu',
The snow like a sheet covered cabin and
I.. O. Uarrls.
4th. My Distant Home, Solo,
Mrs. W. P. Ualllday.
Mb. "The Sweetest Bud I Miss
iug," bong and Chorua, Danka.
W. II. Morris, Hewitt. Ulntllff, Harris.
2d. Rock ol Ages, Quartette, Waiirp.n.
Mr.i. Goodloc, Miss Curtor, Mr. Hewitt, Mr.
4th. Serenade to Ida, Solo,
Miss Dora Carter,
fith. Cotnlc l.cctiirc on Cheap Mus'c, by
Hans lireiuiun, Assistant, Jacob Klnkle.
SVNoi'siB. Jake attends to " Qixin up"
the iitlrcduction; Hans commences tbe
lecturo; tint illustration; harmonica
solo; tbe ruyiterluui whistle; mi re lec
ture, "Swiss echoes," by liana and Jako;
further illustrations; violin solo; "Der
summer rose last '' on tbo"Q" string with
out touching tbe string with his finger;
Jaku't favorite song "And yet he don't
vas habbr;" moro lecture and the Grand
Final; Uimo swoet hlroe, on tbe musical
teakettle, an Instrument of very "recont
Below wo rolate an oplsodo in the ca
reer of a boy now about slxteon years of
ago, whose parents reside in this city.
Tbe boy himsolf is well-known to many
of our citizens. Desiring to "see the
elephant," tbe boy referred to expressed a
wish to be allowed tn go out Into tho world
and make his own living. His father, a
gentleman well-known and highly es
teemed for his industry and groat worth
as a oltizen, doclined to permit his ion to
leave home, advising him to wait until be
was older, and he would then have all the
time required to see tbo world. Thus the
matter stood, and at tbo boy never after
mentioned his wish tn go away, his parents
believed he had givon up the notion and
DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29 1873
But, one morning In Docembor last,
near about Christmas day, tbo boy failed
to put In an appearance, and all
inquiries among his young friends failed
to throw any light upon his movements
Ho wits gone, and nothing could be heird
from him. Some two months later bil
father received word that his boy was In
St. Louis. He made diligent Inquiries
about him, and aicortalned that the boy
bad been there, but that he had gone
again, no one knew where. Tbe noxt
beard of him waiatSbrevepott.lustabout
the time yellow fever made its apptarance
In that slnco pestilence-ridden town. But
ho did not stay tbero long, and was again
lost sight of. roui that time up to with
in the last week no tidings was ever re-
calved from him, and his parents had
about given up hopo of his returning.
But three or four days ago tbe etoatnor
John A. Scudder landed at the wharf in
thia city, and some one caught
sight of a lad whom they believed
to be the long-lost and prodigal
Cairo boy. The father was inforruod, and
at onco started for the boat. Ho searched
all over her, and failing to And tbo object
of his solicitude, was about to return to
bis businesr; but just tbon be roinembered
that be had not gone to th kitchen. Ho
did not believo be would find his boy
there, but It would do no harm to look.
and there be went. And now bohold
hli astontsbraont, when on entering tbo
door, lo sin bis boy there, cocked up on a
high stool with bis hand clutchlcc tbe
crank of a huge coffee mill, grinding for
dear life. The father and son met and
had a talk. The son said Le bad hired
for the round '.rip and could mt leave tho
boat until her return lo St. Louis, when
he would come home. The oficers of the
boat speak favorably of tbe bv say ho
has no bad habits, and is of a klnd and
gentle disposition. So much for a wander-
Go lo B T. Blake's for everything in
tbe Steam and Gafiltlng line. S-'JIlf.
Go and see H. Meyers and he will show
you tn Inest lot of Maarschaums ever
brought to Cairo. 3i
Chahdelieks, Brackets, Pendants,
Globes, etc. for sale at prices that cannot
be beat, by B. F. Blake, Bross' Block.
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sal Guinness' Porter A
Bass' alas and pure Uennessy brandy,
and tbe genuin Asgoslure bitters, all
drst-class cholera curas. Try them
By Hartman, a fin
At a great bargain.
Call at llartman's salesroom. 100 Com
Mr. Wis. Euleri is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that fit dan hit tun fitting
In gaiters, Una boots and shoe. In fact
all bis work is done in his own sbop.
P.. Joxrs, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork sold, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest irnprovtments in tho line uf bis
business. Only tbe best ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be firstclass in every reipsct.
ftbop on Corcmsrcial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Just received at Ebler's, Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, the finest French calf, pat
ent leather anil Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect fit and satisfnetion as
sured. Any perrons in need of boots and
shoes should call on Ehlir's, examino his
stock of leathers and leave their orders.
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathlst physi
cian, late of Shawneetown, has located In
this city and intends making it bis .home
The doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
mendod, and refers to tbe officers of the
First National bank of Shawneetown, to
whom he is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. He
solicits a fair sharo of tbe patronngo of
our citizens. Office 1 10 Commercial ave
For oas and steam fitting go to Ron
nie's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 9-10-tf
Gas and Steamfittlng on short notice
Broas' Block 9.J8U.
A New EKTERPKibB. Dr. B. F. Fiold
will run a line of hacks between Cairo
and tbe terminus of the Cairo, Arkansas
& Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and zjo'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for passengers or baggatre should
be left at field s stable, on lUin street.
Central Uuusx-On Sixth street be
tween Commercial and Washington
This bouse has recently undergone thor
ough repairs, and il now in fint-clats con
dition for tbe aecommudation of tbe trav
eling public. Boarders accommodated on
reasonable terms, A share of patronage
Is solloited. Mr. T. N, Gafvnet,
9 80-lm. Proprietress.
The barber shop is on tbe corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stlenbouse with his gen
tlemenly assistant can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feollngs with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and bead with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you are
sure of recoivinf first-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved style. S-lt-tf
Wb need not remark that the oyster is
a food thing to have In the house ; every
body knows that ; but It may bo necessary
to say that tbe best oysters in tbe city
may be found at tho oyster saloen of
Amandus Jaeckel. He has fitted up
room in fine style, and has made arrange
ment by which ho will he able to obtain
dally supplio of fresh oystors, wbleh be
is prepared tn dlsb up to customer In any
manner, Call npon Jaeckel and try hi
turned from St. Louis, ivhoro he purchased
as Ann a stock of the various grades of
fine loathor aa was ever brought to this
city, and proposo to work it Into boot
and shoes for his customers. Ho makes
flnobootsa specialty, and is confident of
bis ability to copo with any boot-maker in
this city in this lino of work. Ho em
ploy none but tho boit workmen, and as
a consequonco turns out only first-class
work. While In St. Louis ho visited all
the principal shops and secured patcrnsof
all the latest styles and improvements,
and will give his cus'.omors tbe benefit of
them. Work done promptly and on short
notice. All work warranted. 10-59-lm.
Arrivals and depaitures for the 24 hours
eiuiing at ti p.m. Inst evening.
Jim Fisk Paducah.
lohn F. Tollu New Orl eana
Grand Tower Memphis.
Capitol City Vicksburg.
Chas. Ucdmann , St. Louis.
Jim Fisk Padurah.
Leal Tender Mnmnhia.
John F. Tollo St. Louis.
Grand Tower St. Louis.
I10AT5 TO LEAVE TO-IUT '
Illinois Columbus...S:30a.m. l,30n m.
Jim Puk Paducah o:U0n.m.
MtrcKLLA.VEovs Tho John F.Tolle
slopped along side of tho T. F. Eckert
laying at Hid wreck of the Mary E. .Poe,
and took on tho following froight which
tbe Eckert had recovered fro.n tho wreck
and is sending to St. Louis: 49'J barrels
and 13 half barrels of flour; 33 barrels ol
oil and IB tierces of lard. Besides this
the Tolle ha .1,000 sacks of salt; GS0 boxe?
of sugar and a lot of sundries for St.
Louis, and 15 sack coffee, 1 caddies of
tobicco and 10 koga of wlno for Sherman,
Texas. Those last items uied to eo into
Texas, via New Orleans, lint since St. Louis
has got hor railroad tho furtberst way
around proves the noareil way across.
While tho Tollo lay alongsido the Eck
ert Capt. Irvin Dugan met with an acci
dent wbl.h may prove serious. While
attempting to step from across from the
KUard of Iho Eckert to tho Tollo 'his fool
slipped and he full from tho boiler deck to
tho lower guard, lighting on his side. No
bones were broken, and though confiueil
to bis bed and unablo to move wbon the
Tollo left, ho was apparently getting
along well, and, it is hoped, will soon re
cover. On receipt of tbo sad news Capt.
Reese Dugan took passago on tho Legal
Tender for tbe Eckert, to take chargo of
Tho crew of thi Eckert hayo done good
work at the Poo and by tho first nf next
week will bnvo all tbo machinery re
moved and the job of wrecking the boat
Tbo Grund Towar picked up a snau
above Columbus which bruko her forward
starboard guard and punched a hole in
one of hor stages, but did not injure her
hull. Tho Grand Toner brought 300
bales of cotton for tho Star Union line; 0
for Evansville and 13 lor tho O. and V.
Tho HoJmunn did not remain long
aground at Shcop Island, nnd did not
ground afterward. A wholo company of
pilots came out on hor to look nt Iho river.
Capt. Gus Djsouchot arrived yesterday
and will take Iho Robert Mitchell to
Louisvillo to load.
Wanted One first-class dining room
girl at the European hotel. Good wages,
$12 per month. 10-28 3t
I take this opportunity to Inform tbe
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rosume my practice in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of Docsmrer.
Q-30.tf. P. L. William', Dentist.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and Sleam drum
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in first-class
order'; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire of J, T. Rennie,
0-23-tf, Vulcan Iron Works
Having been appointed asiignco of the
stock ot millinery goois of Mrs. Anna
Lang, tor tho benefit of her creditors, 1
will sell tho same at public auction on
Thursday, November sixth, 1873, at the
old stand on Eighth street. Sale to com
mence at 0 o'clock and continue from day
to day until all the goods are sold.
John II. G ssman, Asslgnoe.
Cairo, October 18, IM73.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relict lor young men Iroin tlio cl
fecta ot errors uiuluDuni'a in early HIo. Man
hood rcatornl. Impedimenta to murriago
removed. New method ol treatment. New
and remarkable remedies Hooks it ml cir
culars rent Iree, 1 It sealed euvelopi ti. Ail
ilrcas, Howard As'ocliillnn, No. 2 Smith
Ninth street, I'lilludulphla. l'a. in liftltll
lion having a high reputation for honorulile
conduct ml priil'i Imu! skl'l. 10 2Uil&w3m
Joiner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
.J. C. HUELS,
(Ute of St. Louis,)
BOOR BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatnes and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice. Bibles, Music.
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat and
tt tie lowest possible rates.
ounty work, such aa Rerords, Pockets
Fee Book. HlanKS, etc.. maun a ipeciauvy
LARGE stock ot cholco candles Jut re
ceived, and for sale cheap, wholesale or re
tail, by J. H, PilILI.irs.
DURING this week the Selilcn Irwin Or
chestra will glvo a concert every evening at
the Casino saloon. Chas. WEnen,
10-28 Ct Proprietor,
FOR SALE OU RENT A flue buslncs
stand on tho corner of Commercial avenuo
and Seventh street. Enquire on premises.
WANTED A wblto girl to do house-work
In a small iamlly. Enquire at white cottage
on Tenth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenue, or of E. A. Burnett at
THE BfLLETIN otllco. 10-2d3t
a A SPECIAL; mocetlnjj ol Alcran
Hriler chapter, order or tho Eastern
Nstar, will be held at Maonlc hall ti.ls
(Wednesday) ctcnlng. All member aro re
quested to attend.
By order or thu W. M.
PROP. HARDY will open his diiicln
school on Tuesday evening. October 2. at
8 p.m., at Turucra hall (Into Phlllls'), foi
nentlemcn, and on Saturday, November 1.
2 p.m.. lorcntiuren. Tlmso wishing to at
tend aro requested to be on hand piomptly
HIED. STITCHER has purchased the
barber shop of Geo. Reining, who retire
for the hcnrlltof hla health. The shop I
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth Erects and
new proprietor Is detcmilned to nuke ll
llrM-clan In every particular. Ho Invites
public patronage. 10-2G lm
WELL done, good and falthlul servant.
This Is the pluudlt hc'tig proclaimed from
tbe mountains to the sea, In relercnco to
the tranaendent merits of Dr. McC.ilie's re
nowned medicated blackberry brandy. It
haa been the means ol rescuing thousands
of precious Uvea from the Jaws of dcuili
Ttio voice ot wladoin aiya use It. Only
oUl In bottles, nccr otherwise
IT Is an Indlaputablc tact that the Cairo
Casino wlllhavc tho btstuinl mnit enjoyable
hall on Motility night, November 3, that ever
occurred In Cairo. Seven of the best musi
cians havu been engaged to play for the
loci or good music, and lorthosu who wish
to trip the llht fjtitasllc toe. The commit
tee wllUpurc no time or expen-o to nijkr
the occasion the inot agreeable ol the sea
OmcE Caihii ami Sr Lorn It. u.
Caiiio, III..., October '.'1, 183, (
A meeting ol the directors ol this com.
pany will he beld on 'I hursday, the Koih
Inst., at 12 o'clock m.. at the atutloii-houi
mi the depot ground! ol said cotnpmy In
thecltyol EailSL Luul. Illinois.
10-24id 8. Staatb Taylor, Pic.ldent.
SALE iF VALUABLE IMPROVED CM Y
PROPERTY A l' AU JllON.
1 will, on Thursday, October 30, 1873, nt
10 o'clock a.m., sell at public auction to tl e
liigh-st bidder for c.it, that desirable brick
remlcnce aitualcd on Washington aveliue.
Imtwcen hWhlli nnd MmU streets, analate.
ly occupied by Jno. 11. Kelly, K.n. The
hou-e contains 10 rooms with out-housii.,
etc., imu is one ol tbu most desirable resl
dences In the city. The lot Is 31 lect front
by 100 feet deep, being lot 25 and 0 feci ofl
lot 2(1. In block 'Hi, city ol Cairo.
0w "I C. Wishtos, Agent.
WIIV do people pine away and die ol
consumption f llecatifo they neglect a
light cough. It li not ncccskary to consult
i physician, but tako Dr. Ransom's Dive
Syrup and Tolu, or Honey Syrup, and cure
your cough at once. This It an excellent
prescription of an eminent p'nsiclati", and
adapted to nil eoligha aud cold-,
Tho warm season brines tho horrors of
cholera ami cholera morbus. Dr. Miller's
.Magnetic Ilnlin curea thcfu complaints io
suddenly, that people In.Ut that It contains
electricity. 25 cents per bottlo.
Sec ndvertlnemcnt iu this papor.
10-20 d&w It
REWARD OK MERIT The U. S. go.
eminent has given not only to Dr. Price's
cream Uaklng Powder, but to his Specla
Flavoring the preference, and largo qu.ni.
uuea aro siuppeil to Its military posts. No
more, we say, than 11 deicrvoJ, for It trul
has provod llcir In our family nil that w.
desire, making broad, biscuits, and cake
hotter than any oilier we luo uoil, and
Just 60 have welotimi his Special Flavorings
of lemon, nlinond, etc., s pure, natural,
and strong as ran ho made '1 ry the e arti
cles ladles' and sco If you do not lind them
superior to anything of their kind In Hit
market. hm;o d&w lw
THE ".NATIONAL LIFE" OF THE
U.NI I El) S I'ATES OF AMERICA.
From tho Northwestern Review, Septem
ber IS i'3.
It Is pleating to noto that tho recent fallttn
or Jay Cook A Co. Iu no scnto Invi lcs oi
compromises Hut excellent Institution with
which lie wii connected tho National Lilt
Itisuranco Company or the U. 8.
Iu addition to the above, wo rofer those
Interested lu life Insurance to such journal'
as the Iiinmince .Monitor, October, 167.1.
Huw ork Evening Impress, KcptcinVier U'i,
1S73, Insurance Times, October, 187.1, Atm r
lcm Exchange .mil Review, October, lb73.
Detroit Tribune, September 111, 173, Mir
catttllo Journal, N. Y., September 2d, 1673,
Insurance Chronicle, September 23, lb7, ah
gl lug express Inn to thu soundness and ex
celleiitminagemciit ul the National l.lle In
surance Company of the United States ol
"We have not socii a single unfavorable
reference to thia favorllo stock company In
a single Insurance journal, CaM'EK Yost,
Agent, Cairo, Illinois
(JEM I AUK l.l.1lltNr,
The great discovery of thi
age. There Ihiio puln wlilcl
the Centaur Liniment will nm
relieve, no swelling which l
will not tiih'lito, and no lame
ness which It will not cure,
l his la troiik liingna e. Hi
it Is true. It Is no humbug ;
thu recipe Is printed aiotiin
eaen no tie. A circular roiiuuiWK eeruii
eatna of wonderful ouies ol rlieiiniall.ip
neuralgia, lock-jaw, sprains, swelling-,
burns, scalds, caked breasts, polaonmi
bites, fiezen leet, tout, saltrheum. ear-ache
Ai',, nnd the recipe ol the l.liiluicnt will In
sent gratis to an) one, It Is the most won
. i e r ( 1 1 1 healing and pain relioxliy a rent tin
world ha overproduced. It sells aa no ar
ticle ever before did tell, and It scllabecausi
II does Just what It pretends to do. Onehoj
tie of the Centaur Liniment lor animal;
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hun-ireit dol
lartfor tpavlneil, stiatiied or galled horses
and mules, aud rur scrow-vvorni in sheep.
No family or stock-owner can afford lo b
wllhoill Centaur Liniment. Price, fOeents;
larga bottle, fl. J. B. Rose Co,, 6'
Broadway, New Tork.
CASTORIA It more than a substitute for
Castor OIL it It tne only ears nrucie in
ovlstenco which It auro to regulate the bow
els, cure wlndoolle and piodilre natural
WII ITE & CO., '
(luecsssor to L. Jorgentni,)
Staple and Fancy Grociriki
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac
And In Country Produce' of all kinds,
Corner of Twentlttk ttret,
S3T A supply of choice butter frera nertls
ern dalrh s constantly on hand.
MB 8. iMoQEE,
an Eighth Htrcat, batweea Oommarelal ana tTata
aatoo Avtaura, la daily raaaifla
NKW MILLINEHY GOODS
or raa '
LATBaT FALL AND WI.1TEB STYLBA
Uaaiats a (all liaaaf
BOZ'TiLTrEJTa & nrrs
Trinmei and unlnmiaae,
'KCNCH FLOWKKH. KIBHON4, THIMU1N4
of all klnii.. Laoaa, aui., alo.
Mrs. M((l ha atao a larga uorticaala
fancy At tlelra, aurh aa ;
SKCK T1.S1, CLI.AR!, UNDKhHLXEV W,
KUrSTt, HAHHEM, FANH,
An4 all oiher artielaa ntually farms' la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TORI
Mrs. McOee, In addition to her stock el
rancy and Millinery Goods, has a One and
omplete assortment of Cincinnati Cuetoia
inailo Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chll
Irons' Boots, niatk and in Color. These
aro acknowledged to he tbe finest and best
ever brotif lit to ibis market, and this Is tke
ml; limsR in the city lliat tnakaa tbaro a
'P' call' ,
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, flniNOLES. CEDAR POSTS
doors, sa8u, blinds
St ramhoat Lumbsb,
Furatebsd oa ebortaat aotia.
Jommnrclal avenue, between Tenth aai
mt'r.i.r.A N K OH.
T. N. KIMBROUGH,
rAI.PENTER & BUILDER
Tenth Hretii n1 TCaahluInn Aveasta
dAf. kinds of Jobbing work doneea
horl notite. and Iu good style, Leave r
lera at tl. tlinp.
JACOB TjEIIS ING,
No. I OHIO l.r.VSCB, Car. 4th ,
The largest line of cloth and piece jnodt
if tho finest nualltv. anil irreateat arli
ncr brought to this market. These good
vi re noiiKiit at prices that enable me to
ell them at ten prr cent. lower tUurtt than
my lioust In Cairo.
CUAKANTEK GOOD FITS
and entire satisfaction in every respeeL
i e aiso seep a mil anu conipiti sioea ai
OENTS FURNISIIINO flOOD.
READY MADE CI.OTHI.NO.
II ATd. CAPS, HOOTS, SHOES, At.
By virtue of an execution to me directed
y Hie clerk of Uie circuit court of Alexau
ler county, In the statu or Illinois. In lavor
il thu First National bank ol Cairo, and
iguiiiat Allred A. Arrlek, 1 have levied upon
ill or the right, till aud interest ol sali
Wired A. Arrlek, ln ""'I ,0 the following
lescrlhcd property, situated Iu the eily or
'ulro, couuty of Alexander and state of
lllnois, to-wlt: Commi iirlng thirty-fivs
l.'i) leet north or thu Intersection ol tbe
itorth lino or Thlrtj-steonu .tret. II ex-i-tnled
In thu First uddiliou to said rity,
villi the east Hue ot levee street In said ail
I Hon, thence south on said estt line of
Levee street three hundred (uOni feet;
hence east at right uiurle to ad I evee
.treet ninety (IM) led ; llience north parai,,i
to salti Levee stre' t lliree hundred (.100) reef,
ind thence west to place of beginning tilii.
v (HO) feet, togi ther with all the building
ind Improvement thereon situated, aa alio
lie right of said Artlek lo the Use or tn
iroiind between the above de-crlbed land
ind iho Ohio river, rortl.e purpose pi irsnalt
did trtMi'portiillon to and Irom said liver,
ind all olher rights said Arrlek uiay have
ipon said last mentioned ground, which I
,hall oiler at public sale at the sou.ihv. oter
ly door ot tho coiirl-liouse, In said city of
lalm.onlhe sl.xlli day cl Noveiul'i r. A.
I) 187.1 between ibe hour of nine e'closk
i.m..aml ll"', 01 salUUay, f reiisli, lo sal
I, vVal'l Vxeelltlotl. ALEX H. IKVIB,
1 Mierlff ol Alexander County, llhnol.
' ain. Il' . 'Vtnlier 1 l71 17 IU.
of valuable iei i) pnveligu vv lib good ferry
boat, at Paducah, Kentucky.
Ou fatunlay, November 1&, at tbe hour ol
12 tn., at the lerry landing In Paducah, heo
tticky, we will sell the ferry rlv Urge (hav
Ing about 17 years to run) belonging to the
late Y. (lati n, Tho Illinois and Southeast
ern railroad crossing, at thia point, make
this valuable property . 1 be boat is nearly
new. and ha Just undergone thorough re
pairs. Ruus ten miles an hour fl"t the
Ohio currenl, and Urge enough todo all the
nuslness. On same day will sell othor prop
erty tno numorous to roenl0Dv11r"??,jJ'.
0 and !) months, with good security with Wt-