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LOCAL ff EXT HER 1UP0IIT.
ORSBUVRH'i OmCJt, CAUtOjlit., )
October 28, 10:11 p'.a., W7. JJ
tonometer, 00:24 degree.,
Theiraomettr. 82 degrees.
Wind northeast., Telocity 0 milts per
MtzlmuBk temperature tor Ust 24 hoars,
MtnlnuatteBiceratare lor the last 34 hours,
Pmalllng wind for but 34 hoarc, ire it.
Total number of mile traveled by wind
Cuing Iut 34 heart, 409.
ObMnrer Signal Service. U. 3. A.
oka y. lloman. Chat. Thru pp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
And Land Agcut of the 1'llnole Centra1
nil Burlington end MUnouri llallroad com
rlk Cor. nlll) at. Mil Wilts ltr
Ofler lor sale at low figure and oy terms
tie following real nUtt :
No. 16 lot in tho "Bldg Block" run.
nlug through tbe block Irom Fllteehth to
Sixteenth street, beet resldenco property
in tbe city. LoU n and 4 b 45, clt), Wmh
inrton avenue, between '1'hlrti-euth and
Fourteenth streete, weit tide good two-
itory dwelling nouse on ecn 101. a,oi a
and 6, adjoining tbe lost before named.
Lot 14, b ), city, on Sixth eUect, ooutli
elde, between commercial and VVarblngtou
No 1 LoU 7 and 8, b 84. eonier ot four
teentb and l'oplar tlresU, front on Poplar
treet, weit elde, opposite poet-onlco block.
No Splendid butloeta building, reel
denee in tecond itory, t roomi, ball and
front and rear stairway, waterou botb Boon,
!b number one condition: eltuated on nortb
weit corner ot Commercial avenue aud
Twelfth street. A great bargain if told
ho 4 Lot 4. b It. CommereUl avenue,
between fourth an I Filth eireete. Lot 21,
b u t, on Washington avenue, between Filth
and Sixth etreeu.
No e sir lot in b iv, lit ad. High
ground. iWOeacb on eay payment.
Mo tt -Lot 1 aad 2, In b 6 nuitb corner
Tenth and Levee etreeu. Bett budne loca
tion la tbctlty term eaiy. Lot21, ttami
24 In b 1, lt ad., eouth corner oi Twentieth
and l'oplaratreeu. Alio tMv lot in court
bouse block, fronting on l'oplar street.
Ho 7 LoU Id aud IV, b iu voulh elde oi
Twenty-Brit ttreet, oppoilte "Conren
Slock" very deetrable lor reildence put
Mo& Teno! the cbotcett loU, In block
47, lit addition, above grade, beautllul reil
dence location, n 111 be eoldata great bar
gain. We call particular attention to tblt
' property a It will bo eold very low.
Ho H That elegant reildence on Seventh
treet, owned by Capt. Uurd, (routing 75
feet on Mcventb etreet, and ruunlng back
tUO feet to Sixth. Tblt property I well
knows t the ciUxcntor Cairo and vicinity a
a oi U atvst uoatplete and convenient
residence la the elty. It hu all tbe con
veniences appertaining t a Brit-eN bom.
("The ground are highly cmbeliUhed with
eeleel shrubbery and Irult la abundance ;
tarriega bouse, table and outbuildings first-.
titaa. uwlagf tbe retaoval ol Capt. Uurd
vni property win o eoiu ai a gieai uinruu
oaay tria. Alo twolotxon corner'! bird
street and Jb1imIddI levee. The Lntee
(ulldlag, fonaerly eccupied by Capt. llurJ,
. la b. Ohio levee, prik'd Block," lor
Ne 1 Aa elegant retldeace with fourlou
la 67, city for isle very cheap It sold
eoa. tilgb ground, and premlie In a Ho.
Ho U a No. 1 cottage on Fourth ttreet,
between Washington avenue and Walnui
ttreet. Alto two 10U running from Fourth
to Kiltb ttreet very desirable property.
.No la Sew two-tiory dwtl ing in prime
order, on Locnst etreet, highest ground In
the city, two loU. Price fl 00.
No IS An elegant reildence with about
tareetcreter gTounu, covered wun auainui
f ie!?ct Irult and shrubbery, in Saata re
fer tale cheap.
4 F1WB CHAJfCB FOS tXTXtTMXlrr.
We have torale or lease vacant and im
proved property la all pertlons of tbe
alty. Also over U,000 acres of unimproved
Unde ia Alexander and 1'ulaskl couniles, at
xtrtmuly low rlgurei, and In traett to suit
surehaseri. VTe are acent tor tbe llllnoli
.Central railroad land in tbl and l'lilaikr
leountlet Kai road land not torn prior to
Uloveraber Best will put Into otber band,
laow litl; UBte to porch.
cuiaaaMTt to thk orbit writ.
. We are the agent of the Burlington and
Ulttourl Railroad company, who offer for
tale In Iowa and Nebra-ka uiilllon of acre
I the beit land on the continent, an ten
eart credit. S per cent. Intereit. Maps,
bamphleU, circulars and all necessary Infor-
1 . i I - . I . . L l.nit. anrf . .
ailua 1 W HUH, I.UU. huh .IV. II t (.
''each them furalsbed upon application.
Jail at once and rxaralne for yonrslves. Ap-
tiiy to juiiN y. UAUMAJ1 cu..
tor. aixu ana uavee lie., vairo, ins.
JIYLAND k SAUKU,
I AKD DBALBR4 Uf
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Or EVERY UESCBITTION,
Verner 10th ttrttt aad Commercial aTtau
seat aoor w ue uyiana saioou.
11-14 tt CAIRO, ILLS.
BUTO I3L S3 1?
AMD DBALIR IV
taatT Btubbt, Bbtwbbb Wabbivstob
AVS tWatktRBCIAL ATBaUBa,
4jtolwl RM'4Mlia a4 Haiay'i
Imp the beei er Beef, Perk, Mnttea Veal,
uab, Saoaace, ate., ad are ft epared to rv
ntaat ia inw win wpcpianiM miiwir.
(Ineeeeter to JaBtee Kyautoa,)
trreiBB d Dbai.br nr all Knmi oi
COBHBB WlBBTBBIB AND POPLAR BTt.,
uyi aad tlaughUrt enly the btst eat lie,
m and theeD. and It orepared to ill any
bmand for fresh meat frost one pound te
n Mintuann nounns
A. 0. PACK k CO.,
S.OR COUHTY JUDGE.
"VYk are authorited to announce that
F. Knots will be a candldato for tho oSSco
st C'vuuty Jud of Alexander county.
tVt: aro authorized to anncuaw that W.
ii. McFueteks will boa candldato for
lb n&ca of County Judge of Alexander
FOK COUNTY OLHKK.
We are authorised to announce that
Jacob O. Ltxch will be a caodldnte Ut
Editor Buttxun Pltaio announce
my Dams a a candidate for tho office of
county cleric. ?ouh v. urowlst.
Ve are authorized to anoounce Jossru
T. Datihob at a candidate fur tbe oBce
f county clork, at tho omiln(j November
election, tubct to the declnlon of the
voter of Alexander county. .
FOR CUU3TY TKEArJUUKR.
We are autboriaed to annouuee Jou.t Ii.
UotsliAX a candidate for the office f
Editor or Tub Bcllztib You will
p1ea aiiiioaiice my name at the people'
candidate tor county treasurer, at the en
lulng Movnraber election. Intending and
teeinriu to erve tbe people, 1 hopo to be
ulectrd by tbe people.
8-V0ld NVlLLIAU MAUTIX.
We aro authorited to nnnounrn Tlio.v
J. Lawkkhcx at a candidate for thi office
of county iuperintendentof rchooli.
Wr are authorized to announco Mr. S.
K. Urown, of Tnebet precinct, a a candi
date ior tuptrlnlendent of clioo!i.
1'LRAtB announce me a n cnndldate for
Superintendent of Public lnitructlon of
Mm. P. A. Tatlo.
AVaare authorU-td to announce Qirau
F. I'l'txam, of linxlewood, a a candl
Jate for county euperintendent of public
We mi authnrisad to announce Da.
Alfred W. McUec of Clear Creek, a a
candidalo fur county couiminioner of
Alcxandnr county, at thoeniuin Novem
I hereby announce mytrU n a candi
date fur the offic of county commimoner,
at the approaching election.
J as. E. McCrite.
Editor Bdlletik : Pirate announce
me a a candidate for tbe office of County
Committioner. Thuma AIabtix.
l'.riit annuunce that I am a candldato
for county committlocer.
Cairo, lilt., October 18, 1B7S.
Wx are authnriz.d to announce Mb.
Oeokoe Fishes at a candidate tor Coun
ty Coinmiiiioner, at the omuinjr, Novem
Wr are autboriaed to announce Jame
It. Samders, of Clear creek, at a candldato
for coui.ty uommiiiiiner.
We are authnrird to announce Alex
iMUtR C. IIoIiOEM of Unity, at a uau
lidate fur Count Commiiiivoer.
IIavikq ben lolicited by numerout
voter! of Alexander county to become a
:andidata fur tbe office of county torn
mitfioner, I hereby announce that I will
be a candidate for that office, st tbe emu
ing November election.
i IX !i .1 .1 I . IA-
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS. '
Sheriff Irvin 1 in tho country.
Tba trcet are nearly stripped uf tbeir
Remember the real citato tale tbl'
There wat a gooily number ol arri
vnl at tlio hotel ytrday.
Mr. Loul Jorgoion is in New York
ttonditig a Masonic moeting.
Mr. C. Wintton will this morning sell
'it public auction that iplcndid residence
t-ly occupied by Capt. Kelly.
Tho foundation for a new brick on
J mmercikl avenue between Tenth and
Klevunth streets lias been laid.
Coal dealer are )uit now doing a
thriving butineit. People nbo have tbe
n'ady cash to " lay out " aro " laying in '
supplies of coal for tho winter.
One of tho m it detlrablo residence
will be offered at public alo thia morning.
Sale to take placo on tho -pre nitea, near
corner of Eighth ttreol end Wnihington
Remember tho sale of real ettate Ihi
morning at ten o'clock. That floe brick
residence located on Waahington nvonue
noar Eighth ttreet,lately occupied by Capt.
Kully will bo told.
A valuablo cow bolonglcg to Mr.
Tliot. Cain, died at tbe corner of
Thirteenth and Walnut itroot yesterday
eftorcoon. It it tuppoted bo bad eaten
We are glad to loam that in tbote por-
tiont oi tho county rocently sorely af
flicted with ulckiioiij'tbat it bat nearly
dltappeared, and that many of thote but
recently confined to lick bbds. are up and
The latt game of bate ball botween
tbe Cairo Nemoi and Mound City River-
ildot will be played to-day at tbe later
placo. A ipecial train will leave tho foot
of Seventh street at one o'clock. Fair
for round trip fifty cents.
A huge roller hai been employed to
drag over the gravel on Levee street to
help pack It It it tbe general Impression
that once the grave) recently put there
has an opportunity to become sol.d, it will
make an excellent road bed.
Rev. Cbai. Gilbert, tbe now rector of
tba Church oi tho Ridoomer, arrived in
the city by tbo 2:40 p. m. train yesterday.
He will at onco enter upon bis duties at
pastor of bis church, and conduct services
next Sunday at the uittal boun.
Col. B. S. Taylor, Judge Hroii and
Mr. Oberly left by tho afternoon train
. V.l ilt Iritis m IUm( K
Tbos. J. Lawrence annouDott blmielf
tblt corning es a candidate for county
niperiotendcnt of tcbuoli. lit. Lawrence
It an Intelligent gentlcmtD, and undrr
stands about as well m anybody how our
schools should to managed. See Lit an
nouncement In another column.
R. Joxm, fatblonablo boot and shoe
tnskcr. Cork to1, iJcc'.cU bottom, and
tbo latstt Improvtmtnts iu the line uf bis
basinets. Only tbe best ana most com
pttent wcrkmen employed, and all work
warranted to be flrstclats in every rtipeet.
Shop on Conmereial aveaue, near coratr
of Tenth ttreet. 10-7-tf
Mr, II, C. Underwood, for some years
connected with tbe Louisville papers, hn
bought the Cbarletton (lio.) 'Courier,'
publlihod et Charletton, Mlnlnlppl
county, and will take Immediate posses
slon, Mr. Underwood Is a good journal
ist, and will make tbe 'Courier' one of tbe
bill Democratic weeklies in Uoutheast
Tbe barber shop it on tbe corner oi
Eighth street and Commercial avenne
where J..Oore Stlenbout with hit gen
tlemenly atilitanU can befeund at any
hour of the day or night, ready to tooth
your foaling with a imooth ihave, or cool
your tttuper and bead with a good sham
poo. It It a Srtt-clatt kep, and you are
ture of receiving Irst-elsit trtatmtnt.
Ladies' and children' hair est er aurltd
after the most approvtd stylet, t-lt-tf
Tbo Cairo and Vincennes railroad
company have graveled Fourth ttreot, bo
tween Commercial avenue and tbe levee.
When tbe gravel beeomei packed and
toiid, Fourth ttreet will bo ono of tho belt
ttreet In tbe city. We hope tho
time will soon come when
tbe city will be able to graevl
all tho cron t'.renti, from Stcond to
The following were the arrival at
tbe European hoM yesterday : W A
Short, Natbvllle, Tenneite?; E D Short,
Talrviow, Arkansas; Frank J Chapman,
Carbondile; S W Spencer and G S Pearce
tlenderiun, Kentucky; Jacob Slauisr,
New Orleanpj J W Juhnion, Caledonia;
Wm JVrry, Carmi; W J Cunningham,
St Lou!; OSchure, Grand Towor; Thoi
F Kerr, Mound City: II Iluatington, St
Louii; J D Orals, Vienna; John Ogle,
New York; F W Michaels, Louisville.
Mr. Fcbo. WiSTxr-ntEQ hu jatt re.
turned from St. Louii, where he purchased
at Coe a itosk of tbe rariout gradei of
fine leather aa wat ever brought to tblt
city, and propotet to work it Into boon
and ihtwi for hit customors. lie makes
Sne boots a specialty, and Is confident ol
bis ability to cope with any boot-maker In
ibis city in this line of work, lie em
ploys none but tbe belt workmen, and a
a consequence turns out only flnt-elasi
work. While in St Louii be vitlted all
the principal shop and secured paterae of
all the latest styles and improvements,
md will give his customers the benefit of
thsm. Work done promptly and on short
notlco. All work warraoted. 10-30-lu.
According to announcement, tbe bar
rel ot fiour donated by Meitrr. Cofly,
Uarrlton & Co,, to be told for tbe benefit
of tbe Memphis sufferers, took piacn
yesterday at the board ot trade room?. Mr.
Z. D. Matbuu, viec-prr-sldont of thu
board, acted as auctioneer, and the Co r
was io!d ucceislvely to tbe following pr.
sjnt at the turns set opposite their re
speclive name, each of whom re-donated
the barrel to bo sold overngaia: II L
Halllday, ;f 12; Sam Foster, f 10 ; Z O
Uatbuif, $10; 8 D Ayers, ft; 11L Hal
llday, 17; J 11 Jonei, $7 ; Win Lonergan,
$5; l'hll Diicy, 51S. To tbe latt named
gentleman the fiour wti delivered. Tbe
total amount realised by the tale wat $74.
Tbe concert given by the Egyptian
Choral Society laet evening In tho Atbe
neum wat a tuceeit oi which tbe tociety
may well feel proud. Tbo audience was
not quito as large in number as it should
have been, but what it lacked in thii re
spect it fully tcHdo up in enthusiasm.
Jin. u u. Harris, who opened tho con
curt with a "Valse Brilliant," on tho pi-
ano, and accompanied molt of tbe long
on that Instrument, ft truly a wonderful
performer, and wat loudly appplauded by
tboaudionce. Tbe song "yypty Countess."
in costume, by Misi Dora Carter and Mr.
E. R, Hewitt, whs finely tung. Min
Carter was a charming Jypsy aad wa
compelled to re-appeur in answer to the
continued apptause of tho boute. "Katy
Avournoen" is an exquiiite song, to which
full justica was done by Mr. L. G. Harris,
lie tung with feeling and fine
efect and wai alto recalled by
tbo audience. "My Distant Ilome,"
by iln. W. P. llalliday,
wat one of tbe bctt uffortt of tbt evening.
Mrt. llalliday vras enthusiastically en
cored and kindly responded by a tecond
appearance. Mrs. llalliday was
accompanied upon the piano
by Mn. Ilenry llalliday. "Tbo
Sweetest Hud ii Missing." and tbe "Rock
of Ager," the first by Messrs Morris, Har
ris and llowltt, tho latt by Mrs. Goodloe,
Miss Carter, Messrs. Morris and Howit',
both gavo great pleasure. Tbe "Imtnita
tions" by Mr. Morris were good and
hit reading of the extract from Tinny,
sou upon the death ot Wellington
excited general admiration. Wo will not
attempt to describe tho "lecture on cheap
music" by Hans Rreitman, nor tbe Invat
uablo and roady assistance given him by
bis assistance, Jacob Klaklo. It should
have been toon to bo appreciated. To tbe
Egyptian choral society, wo say, coino
A clergyman, while retlding in South
America at a mlitionary, diicovored a
tateand ilmple remedy for tbe cure of
nervout weaknest, early decay, dlieatei of
tbe urinary and seminal organt, and the
whole train of dliordert brought on by
baneful and. vicious habits. Great num
bers have been cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a desire to benefit tbe af
flicted and unfortunate, I will tend tbe
receipt tor preparing and utlt.g this mad
loin in a tealed envelopo to a'nyoae who
JJAAJUl liULLimiN, THDRSDAVgrpBEK 30, 188
A FORTY-FIVE THOUSAND
TIIK BUILDERS OF THE MIS
SISSIPPI CENTRAL IN
COME DOWN WITH THE
STAMPS, OR WE TAKE
The Southern Railroad Association
builder of tbo Cairo extension of the
Mississippi Central railroad, and of which
H. a. McCorab, of Credit-Mobller noto
riety, are In trouble, and tbeir operations
on that road hare been brought to an ab
At a late hour yesterday evening, from
parties who bad just arrived from Band
vllle. we Uorn that en attachment suit
wti yeitorday commenced In tbe Ballard
county circuit court, by a firm of sub
contractors, to recover for work perform
ed by tbeui. Tbe sub-contractors claim
that the Southern Railroad Association I
a non-reiident corporation, aud that hev
intr completed their contract, and been
discharged from tho torvico of the Associ
ation they aro fearful that the Association
will place mortgkge on the road, and
then the men who have built it,
and havo all they are worth in tho world
Invested in It, my " wbittlo for tbeir
An Attachment was issued, and the
sheriff of Billard county levied unon a
large quantity of property belonging to tbe
association, uch as iron, tools and teams,
thus stopping the progress of track lay-
Tho amount sued for Is some forty-
fivo thousand dollars, a portion ot which
the contractor owe along tho line of tbe
road. It I stated that the attachment was
taken out to protect the creditor
of a well as the contractor them
olvttj experience having proved that
when a road It finished and mortgago laid
on It, non-resident corporator aro institu
tion to tottle with.
It ia not believed this attachment will
cause nny lorloui Interruption to the
work of building the road, at tbe associa
tion it believed to be fully ablo to meet
all it liabilities.
Go to Jt J. Blako's for everything in
the Steam and Gasfltting line. 9-'J8(f.
Go and H. Mtyer and he will show
you the fioett lot of Meeriehaaroi ever
brought to Cairo. at
CHAivsRLiEit, Bratkett, Pendants,
Globe, etc. for sale at prices that eannol
be beat, by B. T. Blake, rJ rots' Block.
P. Fitzgsrald at hi room, earner
Fourteenth ttreet and Commercial ave
nue, offer for tale Gulnnt' Porttr A
iia' ale and pare Uenaet brand,
and the genuine Asgotture bitters, all
first-elois cholera cures. Try them
By Hartman, a fine
At a great bargain.
Call at IUrtmaa' taliiroora, lOe Con
Mi. XVu. Kuleki it anxiout to inform
nis friend and acquaintance, and cssloru
. r generally, that he oV Ai'i v fitting
in gaiter, fine boot and shoes. In fact
til his work is done ie his own shop.
.Irjsr received at Xbler', Twentieth
,'trV between Washington avenno and
Poplar street, the finest French ealf, pat
ent leatbor and Moroieot for gtntlemen't
wear. A perfect fit and tatlsfaetion as
sured. Any poreoni In need of boots and
shoe should call on Khler', examine his
stock of leathers aad leave their order,
Dr. Lsvarty, homoeopathlit phvil
clan, late of Shawneetewe, bat located in
thii eity and intends making it his home
The doctor ccmet to Cairo well recom
mended, and refers to tbe ofHcers of the
First National bank of Shawneetown, to
whom he is well known, having practised
kit profession among them for yean. Ue
solieits a fair share of the patronage of
oureitlstns. Offieo 140 Commercial ave
For oas and tteam fitting go to Ren
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 0-10-tf
Gab end Steamflttlng on eho'rt notice
Broet' Block 9-J8U.
A New Enterprise. Dr. B. T. Field
will run a tin of hacks between Cairo
and tbe terminus of the Cairo, Arkansas
A Texas railroad, making two trips etob
day, leaving Cairo at I o'clock a. m., and
aac JJo'cloek, p. sn., making close con
nection with the tralm oa that road.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
be letl at ' iekl'i (table, on lutn ttreet.
Cehtral HoDSE-On Sixth street be
tween Commercial and Washington
This house has recently undergone thor
ough repair, and ii now In Bnt-clasi oon-
dlttoB for the accommodation of tbe trav
eling public Boarders accommodated on
reasonable terui. A share of patronage
itiolieited. Mrs. T. N. Gavibrt,
8 80-lra. Proprletr.
We need Rot remark that the oyster Is
a good thing to have In tne'houie; every
body knows that ; but It may be neceery
totay that the bell oysters la the elty
may be found at tbe oyster talotn of
Amandu Jaeckel. He bo fitted up
room in fine style, and has Blade arrange
roent by which he wilt be able to obtain
dally supplies of fresh oyster, which be
Is prepared to dish up to customers In any
manner, Call upon Jaeckel and try his
bivalves. . lm
Two Batteries of two Boilers, eaea 24
feet long, i Inch Dram, J 14 Inch Floes,
with fir front. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves. Chimney and
Rrltchlp. all complete j4 in firtt-elata
Arrivals aud depai lures for the S4 boors
ending at 0 p.m. last evening.
Jim FIsk.... Paducah.
City of Chester St. Louis.
Innovator Ohio river.
Jim I'iik Paducah.
Chat. Bodmann New Orleans.
City of Chester Memphis.
S3 ATS TO LEAVE TO-UATi
Illinois... Columbus. 8:30.m.-i'30p m
City Tlcksburg.St. Louis I:0Up m.
Jim Fisk Paducah 6:U0p.m.
City Helena Vicksburg &:0Qp.m.
RIVER, W2ATUER AND IlCSISr.SS.
Tbo first wave of tbo rise from tbo
Cumberland and Ohio roached here at S
o'clock yesterday morning, and unco then
tbe wator hat been walking up the bank
steadily, but a rapid riso will not occur
until about to-morrow. Tho condition of
the rlvert at other parts will be found In
our telegraphic columns.
The weather has become mighty uncer
tain. Until 3 o'clwk yesterday tt wai
clear with n cold south wind. In tho
evening clouds began to gather ntid tbe
day closod with strong prospects of rain
or snow or botb. Business is unchanged
and its improvement is very slow.
Miscellaneous. Tbo Robt. Mitchell,
Capt. Gus. Dusouchet, Pilots Phillips and
Wvs. Cannon, was to loavo early this
morning for Loultvlllo to load for New
Orleans. It Ii probablo she will loavo
Louisville on Tuesday next.
Tho Charles Brown wat getting her tow
ready at dark last night to ttart for Louis
ville. Tbe Fisk brought no newt yesterday
except that mattari are awful dull at Pa
pucab too dead to tkln.
Capt. Matliicii, pilot of tbe Belle Men.
phlt wat In the city yeitorday, diligently
inquiring for a drovo of frogi that were
itemptded by a black make while bo was
bringing them to town a short tiino since.
Tho rnag boat DeRusty will leave for
active service iu tbe touth ni soon at tbe
yellow fever entirely disappear. Capt
Dodton, who bat charge of ko Deltuuy
temporarily, wai In tbo city yesterday
Mr. Dodson was clork on tho J. J. Aberi
during ber entire career and lias helped
pull as many snags as any dentist In the
The Evansvl'le picket F. P. Gracey
turned back from Paducah yesterday.
Wahted One flrst-clatt dining room
girl at tbo Kuropean hotel. Good wages,
$12 per month. 10-38 St
I take this opportunity to Inform the
eitisnnt of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practice in tba cU
of Clro on er about the 1st of Ducembar.
6-Se-tf. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
Having been appointed Milgn of tbe
toes ot millinery gools of Mrr. Anna
Lang, ior the benefit of her creditors, 1
will sll the same at public auction on
Thursday, November sixth, H72, at the
old stand on Eighth street. S! to com
mence at 0 o'clock and continue from day
to day until all tbe goods are told.
JoRK H. GestUAV. Astlrnee.
Cairo, October 18, 1873.
The great discovery of tbe
ace. There lstio uulu which
the Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, noRwelllng nhich It
nets which It will not cure.
, I hi Is strong language, but
Jjr. it i true, tin no uumoug
tPKrpK tho rcclpo Is printed aiouu
each im.tle. A circular containing ccrtitl
catoa of wonderful cures ot rheumatism
ncuralria. lock-Jaw, tnrafns, swelling,
burn, scalds, cakcd.lircaiitx, polonnu
bites, frezeu leet, gout, salt rheum, ear-ache
An., xnd tbe rcclpo ot tho Liniment will bo
tent gran to an) one. ii it mo most wou
lerfulheallnaranduain rollolnir acent thu
world has ever produced. It sells as no ar
ticle ever be fore Old soli, ana tt lellnhceauco
it uoce just what it preten.i to do. One bot
tle of the Centaur Liniment tor unlmals
(yellow wrapper) la worth a Imii'ireil dol
(an for spavined, strained or galled horse
nu muiee, and ior screw-worm in sheep.
No family or btock-owner can afford to be
without Centaur Liniment. Price, N)cctit;
urge bottle. 91. . 11. lloso & Co., 03
uroaaway, new lorx.
CASTORIA Is mora than a suhttltutn (nr
castor Oil. It is the only sains article In
existence which Is sure to regulato tho bow
els, cure windcolle and modtica natural
sleep. It Is pleasant to take.' Children need
not cry and inoibers may sleep. 10-7 vrly
'Joraer Twelfth strss'. and Washington Av
J. C. HUELS.
(Ute ef St, Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
111. AN K 300KS or every deterlptlondone
itb nettuets and dispatch. All kinds oi
ullng done at short notice. Bible, Music,
tlocazlnes and Periodical boend neat ami
it tie loweit poeslble rate.
ounty work, tuoh a Roeord. Docket
I"" Book. Blanks, etc., made a (peclallt)
loxei, Pooket Books, Envo lopes, ct
it le to orlir
ADMINISTRATOR'S SAl U
f valuable lerry privelige with good ferry-
noat, at rauueun, ncnuicny,
11 m., at the ferry binding In Paducah, Ken
tucky, we will nell tbe ferry privilege (hav
ing about 17 yean to run) belonging to the
late V. larea. The llllnoli anq Southeast-
era railroad erostlng, at this point, make
tat vaiuama property, me nest it netny
new. and bMjutt undereona thorough re.
pairs. Rum fat) talles n hour tgxlntt tbe
Ohio current, and large enough to do all the
butlnete. On ttune day will eel) ethorprop
erty too numoreut to' mention. Tem. I,
LARGE stock ol cholcs candlct Just re
cehed, and for ealo cheap, wholesle or rc
tall.'br J. ll. PmtLirs.
DURING this week tbo Selden Irwin Or
chestra will give a concert ovcry evening at
tbo CaIno saloon. ClJAS. (Veber,
KORSALK Olt RUNT A tlno bulues
stand on the corner or Commercial avenue
and Seventh street. Enquire on premises.
WANTED A whlto girl to do house-work
Iu a small iatnlly. Enquire t white cottage
on Tenth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenue, or of K. A, Burnett at
Tue Bulletin office. 10-3331
a A SPECIAL mecetlng oi Aleran
lQr ,,fr chapter, order of the Eastern
NStar, will bo held at Masonic bull tbl.
(Wednesday) evening. All members aro re
quested to attond.
By order of the w. M.
PROF. HARDY will open his djnclm:
school on Tuesday evening, October 28, at
8 p.m., at Turners' ball ilato rhlllli'), Joi
Kcntleraen, and on Saturday. November 1,
2 p.m., for children. Thoso wishing to at
tend aro requested to bo on hand promptly.
DANCING SCUOOL-l'ror. ilurdy Uu
organized Iili dancing school, and will com
in nco on nest Friday evening at 3 p.m., In
Turners' (late 1'hlllls') ball, 'riioso wlohlng
to attend this tcira will bo on band at thai
tliao. Children's class on Saturday next, at
- P.m. 10-30 3t
FRED. ST1TC11UU has ptirchaiicd the
barber thop of Geo. Reining, who retires
for the bcnelltof bis health. The shop l
located on Commercial avenue, betweci
Seventeenth ami lilgliteenth street, and m
new proprietor Is detei mined to mnk I
Urst-clan In every particular. He Invito
public patronage. 10-"20 lm
WELL done, good and faitlilul servam.
This Is tbo plaudit bo ng proclaimed from
the mountains to tho sea, lu relcrcnco to
the trancudcnt merits of Dr. McC.ibo'a re
nowned medicated blackberry brandy. Ii
ban been tho means ol rescuing thousand
of precious live from the Jaws of death.
Tho volco ol wisdom say ui It. Only
iold in bottles, never otherwise.
IT U an indisputable tact that the Cal
Catlno will have the bt st and mtt cnjoyahli
ballon Monday ulgbt.NorembcrS, tuatcvci
occurred lu Cairo. Seven or the best mud
clans havo been engaged to pUy for tin
lovci of good music, and lor tboto who wUI
to trip the light faiitaitlc toe. Tho commli
teo wlllcpare no .tlmo or expeiua to m.,k
the occuslou tbo most agreeable ot (he set
Q". 10-28 Ot
III! WARD OF MKIttT Tho U. 8. go
crnment has given not only to Dr. Price'
Cream Baking Powder, but to bis Speclt
Flavorings tho preference, and largo quai'.
titles aro shipped to Its military pouts, y
morc.weiay.tbanltdcscrvol, for It trul;
lia proved lttelt In our tsmlly all that v
dcfclrc, making bread, biscuit, and cakr
better than any other wu have uod, nu
Jut so liavc we loun.i bl Special Flavoring
or lemon, elmoml, etc., as pure, naltira
and stronff as i an be made. Trythe-e artl
clc iadlct' and co ir you do not find then
superior to anything or their kind lu tti.
market. J0-20 ditv lw
WHY do people pino away ntid die o
consumption f Became tiny neglect i
slight cough. It li not necessary to consult
a pbyMcian, but take Dr. Ransom's 111
Syrup and Tolu, or Honey Syrup, und cur.
your cough at onco. This l an cxccllen
prescription or au eminent jiliyslclnns, an
adapted to nil cousin and cold.
The warm season brings tho horrors oi
cbolora and cholera morbut. Dr. Milior'.
Magnetic Balm cures tbeso complaints s
suddenly, that peoplu lnlt that it contain,
electricity. 25 cent per bottlo.
Beo advertisement In this paper.
10-29 d& wit
Oftck Cairo anu St Louis It. Jt. i
Caiko, Ills., October 21, 1870.
A meeting ol tho directors of this com
pany will bo held on Thursday, tho SOth
lust., at 12 o'clock m at tho itatlon-bous.
on tho depot ground ot paid company Ii
tbe cltyoi East St. hunts, Illinois.
IO-2tid 8. Staata Taylor, Protldont.
SALE K VALUABLE IMPROVE!) cm
propekty-a r av-h ion.
I will, on Thursday, October CO, 1S73, m
iu o cioce a.m., sell at public auction to tl t
hlgliett bidder ror cash, that detlrablo bricl
residence situated cm Washington aveuu
between Eighth and Ninth streets, andlate
ly occupied by Jno. H. Kelly, Eq, Th.
house eontaIiis 10 room with out-bousct
etc., and is one o! tho most dcslrablo rorl
denecs in the cily. Tho lot Is 31 leet fioi .
by 100 feet deep, being lot 25 aud 0 fcot ol
lot 20, in block 20, city ol Cairo.
to-Jo td c. W i.nstox, Agent.
THE "NATIONAL LIFE" OK Till
UNI I ED STATES OFAMEIIICA.
From tho Northwestern Ret lew, Septem-
It I pleasing to note that the recent failun
of Jay Cook A Co. in no seme luvo cs oi
compromises that excellent Institution wltl
which be wa connected tho National Lib
Insurance Company of tho U. 8.
In addition to tho above, wo refer thou
interested lu life Insurance to such Journal'
as tho lusuranco Moul or, October, 18711
Now York Evening Express, September 25,
1873, insurance l imes, October, 1873, Amoi
Icmi Exchange aud Review, October, 1H73
Detroit Tribune, September 10, 1873, Mcr
etntllo Journal, N, Y., September VO, 187.",
Iiuuranco Chronicle, September 25, 1873, all
giving oxprcson to the cotttiduoss and es
celleutminagcraeuto! tho National Llle In
nirance Company of the Unllod States of
"We have not seen a single unfavorable
reference to this favorite, stock company In
a tingle lnsnrnnco Journal. Casvep. Yobt,
Agent, Cairo, Illinois.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MlTii
m WAI.TCBS, Prsiivleter.
HARD ajtd SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
OQOItS, 8A8U, BLINDS
' raralthedea (kcrtMtaeticc
(OpB Day and Night.)
J. 23. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th aad Mi i
AlEAU AT ALL HOUW.
A fine new Dining Hall with erery cob
enlcnce ha been added to this popular
lettaurant, and the guetu wlU aau every
THE BUiL OF FARM
nitte ot erery rabsUBtUl aad deetaaay (
m upaUe4 wltlstke
'HOICEST LlQUORSiWINES &CIGAS3
HrMlztd drlaka prepared with
a TlicnttaHtrMt, biiro Oommtnialaad Waak
uUjU ATtauei. Is iUUt neel-laf
XVAV MILLINERY GOODS
LATRFT 7AI.L AMD WIBTXR BTTI.H
I303Sr3SrSTS te HATS
hlNUa KI.OWEM. RIDBOK8, THmmRue
of all lilntl. Laciit, 4e., ate.
Mrs. McUee ha also a lr aHertsawl
'snnj Alllc l,nirh as
KCK T1.5J, CELLAR. DrtDKuRLKIVatB,
ItUFFD, BASHES, FANS,
Ant 'l eihor arttelos n-nally I on a 4 la a
?IRST-CLA88 MILLINKRT 8TORX
Sirs. McQee, In addition to her steek el
ancy and Millluery Goods, has a fine and
ompleto aiortment of Cincinnati Cur torn
nade Ladles' and Misecs' Shoe and Chll
ircn.i Boots, Blak and in Color. These
iro acknowledged to be the finest and belt
ister brought to tbl market, and tbl lithe
nl; h him. in the nitv that make tbra a
m cili ,
WHITE k CO.,
(5uectsort to L. JorgeRten,)
Staple and Fancy Grocxkim
BOOTS, SHOES, tc.
And in Country Produce of all kind.
Artier of Twentieth treet,
C3TA upply of choice butter fremnerUi
ruilalrlin constantly on hand.
Ab'F OIU), MORIIIS k OANDEK,
JB Okl Irae.
CITT XAIIOVAL liAXK BSJILOIBB
The oldest established Agency la SoBthera
lllluou, representing over
$0'5,OOU,000 00 I
if th beM
luauraneo Capital at
FIRE AiVD AiARINE
U. S, COiMWISdIONERS.
Particular attention given to taking dep
jsitiou, to be read iu evldeuco la all the
;ourl iu tbo i-ouutry.
CiTuiigraut 'llukeu (or tile to and Croat
ill pari oi JLurope.
FIRE AND MABilSE
L3T SLTJJRj 3tTOE3
BLAOARA, M. T.,
ORBIlAKIA, M. X.,
ifM Ml Hi
Cyniiiiulnw thr tlMmrvriton'AftaMj,
TOBKBSB, V, T,
tirb si air's vvsro, s. ,
SBotmrrr, v. v. iaribb,
Btor, l)lllnf, rurattare, BaHe ead Oae
o, lamrt t rat M raTorablea Maae), er
nigral nTitv will warrant,
I r.iMtruUy ask ef th eltiMaeot Oa
hr o f thir patraoaca.
Between Fourth end Sixth Streete.
JOHN flOOKKL, - PltoPitlstTOi.
bav nr reeeat V evetrms
thorouvh repairs aniradditlca of saore
twenty goad tlsed and well iuruLau roots
iiavlnir been added to It. it not Mt par
to accommodate eomfonabl at leI oae,
h"m'red ueU. The table M alfreye ep-