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THJ5 0A1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 0, 1B73
hn Q. Hartaan. Chat. Thrupp
JOHN Q. 1IA11MAN & CO.,
And Unit Agents "f tho I'llnols Central
and lUirllnjjtoii uinl Missouri Kallroad otu
(tallies. Norlls Cor. OIUIU HI. n
Oiler lor salo at low llgurcs anil eaiy ttrmi
ttiu following real ctatu :
No. 1-0 lot In tbo "KldKc lllock" run
ning through tlio blouk I rum Filtecnth t'i
sixteenth street, licit reildciieo property
111 tlio city. Ixt" ! and ' l r' Wash
ington, avenue, between 'I lilrteenlh and
Kouiloentti ntrrett vvust aide good two
slory dwelling IiOIims tin I'acli lot. Lots ft
rind ti, adjoining tbe lat Injure named.
Lot It, li Zi, fclty, on Sixth itrtet, mhiiIi
aide, between Cuuuuerci.il and Wu-lilngtoii
No "2 Lots 7 anil 8, Ij 3S. eorncr ol Four
teenth and Poplar HUcel, Irout on Poplar
street, wcit fcldc, opposite pol-ollleo block.
No J Splendid builnea building, rent
denco In ocond story, (i room, hall and
trontand rear stairway, water on both lloori ,
In number one condition: situated on north
wevt vomer ol Commercial avenue and
Twelfth street. A src.il bargalu ir told
No 4 l.ol 4. b 'it, (.'ouiincrclal avenue,
between Fourth, and I'lltli nn-el. Ust 21,
Ml, on Wanhliulou avenue, between Kilth
am) .Sixth Jtrecu.
No &-Slx lot In b 'JfJ, let ad. illsh
ground. fJOOeacb on eaty pavtnents.
No 0 ImIs 1 and .', In b ft north corner ol
Tenth and i.ovee lreeL. Heft bti-luc loca
tion in the city terms easy. Lot 3 1, -t and
Z1n b lu, lit ad., south comer ol Twentieth
wnd Poplar streets. Also three loti in court
houte block, fronting on Poplar street.
fto 7 iota 13 and. ll, u uf somn Hue oi
Ttventv-tlm ttreet, opiosile "Convent
Muck" very dculrable for rei
No Tidnl the choicest lob", In block
67, 1st addition, above irrade, beatitllul resi
dence location; will be Mild at u Kreat bar
Kain. Wc call particular attcutlun to tlilj
property as It will be hold very low.
Noli That clecaut residence on . Seventh
treet, owned by Cap!. Html, fronting 76
(eet on Seventh utreet, and running back
JOO feet to Sixth. ThU property U well
known to the eltlemof.l'alro and vicinity ai
one ol the uiost complete and convenient
residence In the city. It has all the coo
Vcnleocea appertaining to a llnd-clan home.
The K'ronnd are hlk'hly embellished with
tried h rubbery and Irult In abundance ;
carriage home, -table and outbuilding tint
clau. Owlnto the removal ol Capt. llurd
thU property will be nold at a tjreat bargain,
oueaiytermii. Aluo twoloUon corner Ttilrd
succb auu .iii,eir,' i. .vt. iw ....
bull JIiil', formerly occupied by ('apt. Hi
tub 3, ublo levee, "Springfield lllock,"
street anu .ii.-nvipii ifvcc. tno i.om!
i i urn,
No 10 An elegant residence with fourlol
In b 07, city lor tale very cheap II Mid
oon, llttfb ground, and premise In a No.
No 11 A No. 1 cottage on Fourth ttreet,
between Waihliifcum avenue and Walnut
ttrcct. Alio two loU running from Fourth
to Kilth itrecUM-verT dclrable property.
No 12 New two-ntory dwelling In prime
order, on l,octlt tlreet, highest ground in
the city, two loti. Price 91.300,
No lit An elegant residence with about
three acre of ground, covered with all kind
of telsct Irult and ahrubbery, in fcanta Fe
tor aale cheap.
k FINK CHANCE rUU I.NVCHIMKM.
We have lor ale orleaie vacant and Im
proved property lu all porlloui of the
city. Aiwj over 'i"i,(jo0 acre of unimproved
'inda In Alexanderaud Tulaikl couniles, at
4Xtrtmely low tlurci, and lu tracts to cult
surchaner. We are acentn for the llllnoU
Central railroad land in lhl and Tulakki
countlct, Hallroad laudt not told prior to
November next will pan Into other bauds.
Now lit lie time to purcbawi.
EMiatlXNTS TO THE UHEAT Will.
Wo are the airontii of the liurlington and
Jlliiourl Itallronil coiupanr. who ulfer fur
aale In Iowa and Nebraska uillllotia or acrea
ol the bet land on the continent, on ten
year credit. 6 per cent, interent. Mapt,
patnphlota, clrculara und all ncceary Infor
mation relative to thoe landa and how te
reach them furnlihed upon application.
Call at once and examine for yourlvc. Ap
ply to JOHN O. 11AKMAN CO.,
Jure 7. 1S73.
(.!. 1, WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
So. ; Ohio Lever, CAIRO, ILLS.
r3"5neclal atlentlnit L-lvcn to ooutlKii-
nenu and tilling orden. 11-- tl
lion A. I'llILLII .H. Mlla. It. T. HltlGCs.
OMMUIlCIAli AVHNL'r., HKTWKKN
NINTH AND TKNTH S I'S.
ITappy reliet loryotitif; men irom the el-
jcla 01 errors aim aourea in eariy uie. .nan-
L.I rnttAPil. Itlllllltinitltll III lll!trr.'ir,
movadfievv motlioil of treatment. New
id retnarkahle reinedlca. Ilookh mid clr
ilariacnt free. In healed envelopes. Ad-
yen, Howard Aociatlon, No. '1 South
Itniu street, i'liiiaueiputii, ra. an instiui
Ion having a hluh rcimtatlnii fur honorablu
Loduct and prulcnslouaUklll. lO-'J'J d&wUiu
13. F. PARKE B,
(.Succefaor to I'mkcr.t lllake.)
PAINTS AND OILS
aal Iba eelobrateq lllumtnatln
OBfl'tniLDINO. OOB ilTfl BT. t ObU
'i, A. Thorns L. D. Thomi
THOM8 & BROTHKH,
ucccsotii to 1J. M.llulcti, .
EMISSION MERCHANlSi BROKERS
Ntnple nad rnui'jr Urocerlra,
Foreign and Domcttlo
134 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
IUmkmiick tbo noclablo nt tliu Christian
church thU evening.
(Jo to 11. V. Illaku'i tor overythln in
tho Steam and UniQttlng lino. y-VHtf.
Wantud At tho at. CbarU a Hotel A
girl to clean tllvnr. 2t
Oo To Halloy'l for good bargain In
cooking and heating ttovci. ll-0-lui
JtcuuvED. Dr. Duaning lia removed
hit rosldcnca temporarily to tho iccond
cottage eatt of ticheol't ball, on Ninth
.Mh. W'm. KiibEiia It anxioui to inform
bit friondi and tit'iuahilancei, end cuttotn-
er generally, that , tbtt Ait oicii llttlug
In galterl, Uuu boota and ihoci. In fact
all bit work it done In his own hop.
Ilitl.tr koept tho celebrated "l'afli
ion,' tbo "Monitor," the "Lady Oay," the
"Alaikl, '1 and ntiiuorout other good cook
ttovet; and all ttylo of heating love,
which he offett low for cath.
Tltr. liwlica or tho Chrlttian church will
hold n iociatilu at their church on Klgh
teentb ttreet, thit cvoning. Itefreehuientt
wilt bo sorvtvl In abundance. Tho object
of the loclabln it to rnlto money to pur
cliato tettt for tho church, A gonnrnl in
vitation it eitondcd to all.
II. ,Ioni, faahionablo boot and (hoc
maker. Cork tolet, .Scotch bottom, and
tho latent improvement in tho lino uf Lif
butinett. Only tbo ben ana motl coin,
patent wtrkmen employed, and all work
w.nrrnnti'd to bo llrttclatt in every reipoct.
Shop on Uorcmerclal avenue, near corner
of Tenth ttreet. 1U 7.H
Tub " Wild .Mori of IJornoo ' gavt
their Urtl entertniumont at tbo Athctieum
las evening. Thuy aro funny-lofiking
llttlo chaps, and wuru iulto it curiosity to
thoto In attendance. They did lomu
rather weighty lifting for to tmall men,
ono of them with caio raiting two itout
gentlemen. Mr. Fox gavo tevoral Inter
etting recitation which, with tho per
formance of tho wild men, couttitutcd the
evening' entertainmont. To-night they
Oppcar for tbo latt tltno in thta city.
Tbo barber tbop it on the corner (ol
Eighth ttreet and Commercial avonuo
w hero J. .George Htienhouio with hit gen
tlumenly astittantt cau bo found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to toothe
your feeling i with a smooth thave, or cool
your temper and boad with a good tham
poo. Jt It n flraUclait thop, and you are
turo of receiving tlrtt-clatt treatment.
Ladica' and childron'a hair cut or curled
after tho moat approved stylet. 8-lC-tf
A New E.nteui-kise. Dr. 1J. K. Fiold
will run a line of hacka between Cairo
and tho termlnut of tho Cairo, ArkaniM
i Texaa railroad, making two trlpt ob
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and Sjo'clock, p. m., making cloae con
noctlon with tho tralnt on that road.
Orderi for patiengen or baggage thould
be lett at Field's atable, on 10th atroet.
The following wuro tho arrivals at the
Eurpean hotel to-day: J F, Vogel, tit.
Louit; W E Himpton, Caledonia; J V
Stockton, Mound City; H McCann,
Quincy; .1 i) Dallr.el, llicktnan ; John
Aodcrion, .Sunburn ; Jaunt Cannon, St.
Louit j l'btl Ityan, Chicago, J C Mc
Henry and wifo, Anna; Thos V Kerr,
John Curtis, llotton; It J Walert, 'ew
Madrid, Ind.; T K Upshaw, Mitt. Cen.
11 H; Ooorgo Wood Hold, Hickman, Ky.;
E Cork and titter, Ml. Cannot ; 1). Hai
kill, I'utntkl ; Win Wilson, Saxon, Mo.
The election in Jackton county, on
Tucaday latt, patscd oil' quietly. Mr.
Cbarlca Layman, of Murphyiboro, Jlt
publican candidato for county judge, was
elected by nbout 1!G0 majority. Mr. John
son, Democratic candidato for county
clerk, received a majority of about Ufty
votet. For county superintendent of
schools, Mitt Duncan, Uepublican, and
Mrt. Docker, indepandont, were defeated
by Mr., I loiuocratlc candidate. In
Williamson county tlio Kopublicant elect
almost their ontiro ticket, by majorities
ranging from ,"0 to UOO.
" Foil SALIC,
lly Hurtmnn, a flnu
At a groat bargain,
Call at Uartman's aatetrootu, 106 Com
Cairo, Novombur.4, 1873.
To portions wising to attend tho
Chicago Exposition, wo will toll oxcuralon
tickets round trip at $14 40. Salo of
tickets to comuibuco to day and will bo
discontinued on Novombor "III, Tickets
good to return until NovemborOlb, inclu
sive. J as. Johnson, Agent.
Sun plcfieo copy. ll-S-3t
Having been appointod asiignoo of tho
stock ol millinery goods of Mrt. Anna
Lang, tor tho bonotlt of her creditors, I
will soli tlio samo at public auction on
Thursday, November sixth, 1873, nt tho
old stand on Eighth street. Salo to com
mence at 0 o'clock and contlnuo from day
to day until all tho goods aro sold,
John II. Oosbuan, Aiatgnee.
Cairo, Ootobor 18, 1873.
OKKAT AUCTION SALE.
Thcro will bo oQ'erod at auction, at
Hortman's auction rooms, on Commercial
avonuo," on Friday, Novombor 7, at 10
o'clock A. M., a largo lot of goods saved
from the wreck oi tbo STE AM Alt MARY
E. l'QE, consisting of tnvoral hundred
barrels and sacks of Hour, a largo quantity
of BUUAK-OUUED HAMS, SIDE-
.MEAT, LAUD, MACKEREL, CORN
MEAL,' HITTERS, ETC., which will
be sold to the highest bidder, for cash, on
account of whom it may concern.
Cairo, Ills., Novombor 4, 1873.
l'rosent Ills Honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldofmcn Korsmoyer, Mayors, Kitten
houto and Robinson 4.
A quorum not boing preiont, on motion
of Alderman Robinson, adjourned, to
meet to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
M. J. Howlby, City Clork.
ADJOURNED REGULAR MEETING
OF THE OITY COUNCIL.
Uaiko, III., Noae'nber 6 1873. J
l'rcsent Ilia Honor Mayor Wood and
Aldormon Korsmeyor, McGauley, Mey
ers, Morris, Nellis, Rittenhouto and Rob
Mayor Wood presiding.
On motion of Alderman Rittnnbouao
the reading of the miuutes wat dispensed
Tho raport of Daniel McCarthy, city
jailor, and Cain and Martin, police con
stables, for October, weje presented, and,
on motion of alderman Rittenhouto, re
ceived and ordered filed.
Thu following billt were presented and
read, nnd on motion of Alderman
Meyors roferred to tho committeo on
claim!, vi 7.
Chat. Leary, removing and bury,
it'g lH dead cattle at $2 60 each JIT. 00
Jai, i'owort, pointing and ateoliog
tix pickt 6 CO
J C Huels, 1 scrip regitter for city
clerk 11 20
It 11 Cunningham, ront of council
building for October &0 00
D Manahan, hauling u drunken
man to jail 10
at Ryan, hauling '.',401 cubicyarda
of gravel to Ohio leveo, per con
tract 000 2I
Cairo and Vlncennea railroad com
pany, for 2,401 cubic yarda of
gravol at $1 26 IJ001 1!5
John Gladnoy, removing garbago
In October 75 00
Dr. C 11 Evant, tor 0 viaits to boats
during quarnntlno -IS 00
Tug "Cache,'1 sotvicos at quaratlno
boat, 14) days at $'!&, In October 3:10 25
Dr 11 Wardner, for 13 visit to
boats during quarantine Ci 00
John Oladuey,(or hauling on levee
ttrcct 12 00
Dan'l McCartby,lUj days in charge
of jail gang 33 00
Wm Uracklo, 1SJ day work on
leveo ttreet... 31 87
Henry Witdom, 20$ day work on
leveo ttreet S9 03
Tboi. Fitzgerald, 27 days work on
levee street tio 76
1'eter Conlan, 20 days work on
loveo street l8 GO
M E Powers, IS daj hauling on
lveo ttreet 7!i 00
F Jenkint, 2 days hauling roller
over gravel on levee street 15 03
Hibernian Fire Co., 1 yrs allow
ance to October 1 SO 00
Delta City Fire Co., 1 yrs allow
ance to October 1 &0 00
Arab Firo Co., 1 yrt allowance
to October 1 60 00
Rough and Ready Firo Co., 1 yrs
allowance to October 1 60 00
.1. 11. Ueed, C kK nail 3'J OO
Uute, Loomlt & Co., Ico for clerk'
otnee 3 46
Tho. Walder, hauling drunkou
man to jail 60
Delta City Fire Co, partial pay
ment on boll purchased 400 00
John 1'. Hely, for turvey, profile
and estimate for conttructlon
of tewer under Ohio lovoo at
Tbirty-eighth stret 15 00
D, McCarthy, jailor, dieting pris
oner! in month of Octobor,
1B2 day 01 00
Cairo Box and Datket Co, 100U
feet oak 10 00
Ilarclay llrot., disinfectants 1 10
.la 1. Rots, 2 tons of coal for
clerk's olllc 0 00
D. McCarthy, extra meals fur-
nlahpil nrisonors 7 C5
SALARY oill. 1
Tho following bills for alarie for Octo
ber wcro presented and read and on mo
tion of Alderman Morris, allowed, by the
following voto: Ayes Korsmoyer, Mc
Gauley, Meyers, Morris, Nollis, Ritten
house and Robinson 7. Nay 0.
John Wood, Mayor 5100 00
M. J. Howley, city clerk 100 00
William Mclialo, city marshal... 100 00
D. J' Ga'.ligan, Sup't of streets .. 00 00
W. W. Wooton, police conttablo 76 00
A. Cain, police constablo 70 00
11. F. Martin, police constable... 76 00
Charles Mehner, pollen constable 76 00
rhilllp Helm, police constable.... 76 00
J. C. LtHuo, polico conslablo 75 00
It. A. Cunningham, City Treas'r 75 00
M. S. Cox, city comptroller 60 00
Tbo following resolution, otfered by
Aldorman Rilteiihouit, was adopted, on
motion of Alderman Meyers, viz:
Rotolvcd, That tho Finance Committee
bo and they aru heroby authorized to bor
row, in accordanco with soction 5, article
7 of thu city charter, sulUcient lunda to
pay for tbo grading and Improving of
Levoo street, at a rntu not to exceod
ton per cent per annum.
I.KiUOH HON us.
V Slate and city bonds of John Curran
for liquor liconso wore prcsentod. Aldor
man Moyors movod to approvo. Lost.
(Alderman Fhillips appeared and took
Slate and city bonds of Carrico &
Delaney, and Lou 1 9 C. Uorbert for liquor
Ucenso wero prosontod and, on motion,
On Motion of Alderman Morris the
M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
1 take this opportunity to Inform the
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practtce in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of Decoinber,
0-30-tf. I. L? William, Dontlst.
A clergyman, wbilo residing in South
Amorica ns a missionary, discovorod a
salo and simple romndy for the euro of
nervous weakness, early decay, disoaso of
tho urinary and somlnal organs, and tho
whole train of disorder brought on by
banoiui and'vtcloua nabit. ureal num
ber have boon cured by this noblo remedy,
Prompted by a doslro to benefit the at.
dieted and unfortunate, I will sand thu
rocoift tor proparlng and uilt.g tbi mod
Icine In a sealed onvolopo, to anyoue who
needs il,Jrec of charge. Address
Josirn T. Imman,
Station D, llible House, New York.
August -0, 1 yr
Go to Halloy'l for tho Burnett steam
baking vessel. U-G-lm
Illinois .. .Columbus
Tyrono , Naahvllle
Grand Lako I'ittaburg
iam J Halo Cincinnati
Mary Miller Cincinnati
T F Eckcrt Wrock of Mary E Poo
Arkansas Relle Evansvllte
H S Tumor Cincinnati
Hollo Momphis Memphis
Gen. Andorton St. Louis
S It Long Mound City
Arkantaa Relic Evantville
Grand Lako New Orleans
Sam J Halo Now Orleans
Mary Millor New Orleans
II S Turner New Orleans
City of Chester Memphis
John A Scuddor Now Orleans
T F Eckert Commerce
John Gllmore St. Louis
Hollo Memphis.- St. Louis
Liberty No. 4 St. Louis
Gen. Andorson Metropoli
Rivkk, Weather, Etc. Tho river
lias risen 10 inchet during the past 24
hours. Woatbcr clear and mild, Hutl
neft fair. Tho amount of tonnage offer
ing for the South is far In cicon of
freight, although there it a good deal of
freight moving. It Is likely tho Reptili
11c will not find it prolltable to come nut
Miscellaneous. The guvernmont U
establishing a new water guage at thit
port and ii locating it at the fool of
Fourth street, which will bo far more
convenient than tbo present location at
tho Stone Dopot. Tho excavation for tho
guage Is to bo live feet deep and mix foot
wide, extending from the top of tho lovoe
to tho river. It will bo of a Tory perma
Tho T. F. Eckert was drivon from the
Poe I y tbo riling river but had nearly
finished her work. Diver John Gwyer
will completu the romoval of tho Poe'
machinery with the Satnpion whon the
river recedes. He left on tho Arkantas
lielle yesterday for the wreck of tho Hello
Vernon, whero tbo Sampion Is laying to
bring her down Tho Kckcrt un
loaded the machinery and ircight hero
which sbo recovered from tho Poo, and
was to lcavo last night for Commerce
Mo., to work on tbo bargo Maudo Lowery.
Divor Hirntn Hill returned on the
Mary Miller from his summer' work re
moving wrock in tho lower Ohio. Yet
torday bo assisted tbo S. H. Long to re
move tbo wreck of a Hat-boat that is an
obstruction near tho Cairo & Vlncennea
wharfboat ubove tho city The Sam
J. Hall hat three barget deeply
laden with assorted freight
The Mary Miller, for Momphis and New
Orleans, and Minneola for Momphis,
wero well suppliod with freight and made
no addition Tho Vulura City Is to
bring out tbe tow of the Crescent City
this morning and make this trip
for nor The Grand Lako has a big
tow of coal for Kevr Orleans
Tbe Liberty took part of her tow
of salt to St. Louis Tbe Illinois is
bringing considerable cotton, rosin, otc,
for ro-shipmont east, daily Tho
wrecking boat Charlie Hill is at South
land. Divor Hiram Hill will take her to
the sunken Horo in a tow days, which ho
has contracted to wreck Tho
John Gilmoro left for St.. Louis
with part uf hor tow of coico
Tho S. II. Long will remove tin snag In
Bird's Rend, back of tho city, first, and
then work along tDwnrdt Sitrins
The U. S. Turner was wcllladon for New
Orleans, and added here two raco hones
from tho stables of Mr. Urady, of Peoria,
on routo to Natchez. Sho was also full of
people roturning to their homes in the
Sunny South Tho Tyrono brought
only a moderato trip out of tho Cumber
land nnd report buiiuef dull Tho
Arkansas Dalle brought about 75 tons
from Pvansvillo for reahlpment South
Sovoral produco,boats pasud south
yesterday Quickstep brought 11 fair
Two JIatteries of two Roilers, each 24
foot long, 2 inch Drain, 2 14 inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and y tid valves, Chimney and
Britcbin. all complete and in firat-ctass
order'; tHenuiedonly throe months. For
price, etc., Inquire ot J. T. Rennik,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
Ross has on hand, and for sale a largo
juantity of oak and hickory wood, cut
and split, and ready lor the stove. Alio
all kinds of coal which will be delivered
in any part of tho city on abort notice.
Leavo orders at coal yard, on Commer
cial avonuo, opposito Eleventh street.
I will toll in front of my Saleroom
n Friday, November 7th, at 9 o'clock
a. m., ton (10) bead of fine work and
buggy horses; alio, a lot of bouiobold
and kitchen furnituro, such as bedsteads
wasbstanda, carpets, heating stovotand
libing tackle, conditing of threo largo
et nets. The abovo hones and goods
will bo told to the highest bidder. 1 wil
also sell at tbe samo time ono very fluo
buggy, noarly new.
Daniel Hautma.v, Auctlonoor.
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Sbawnoetown, has located In
this city and intonds making It hi homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
mended, aud rofurs to the oltlcers of tho
First National bank of Shawneotown, to
whom be Is woll known, having practiced
bis profession among thorn for years. Ho
solicits a fair iharo of tho patronage of
ouroitizens, Office 140 Commercial avo
P. FiUgorald at hit room, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offer for ale Ouinneu' I'orUr &
Bais' ale and pur Uennessy braady,
and the genuine Azgosture bitter, all
tint-class cholera cnrt. Try them
" 7-17 tf
Dr. U, C. Tabor returned lo tbo city
yesterday and for tho present, at leatt,
wilt be found at Nn. 128 Commercial av
enue, ovor Tabar' jowolry store. The
doctor makot tho troatment of chronic
dlacnies of all kinds a speciality and bat
been very iticceaiful in tho 11 10 of elec
tricity at an agent for tho euro of Rheu
matism, Neuralgia and nervoua disorders
of all kinda. Tho uso of tho magnetic
battery and ulectorlc machine is hla molt
powerful ally and tho ono to which ho re
sorts almost oxcluilvely In tbo euro of
chronic diseases. H C-tid
For oab and (team fitting go to Ren
nio's Vulcan iron work, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth ttrcct. 0-10-tf
Gas and Stcamfittlng on short uotlco
Bruit' Bloek. 0-2SW.
Mit. FitEt). WiNTEitiiEKO ha just re
turned from St. Loulr, whoro he purchuiod
ai lino a stock of tho varioua grades of
ino leather as Wat ever brought to this
city, and propose to work It into boots
and shoos for his customer!. Ho makes
finobootan apccialty, and it confident of
his ability to cope with any boot-makor in
this city in thia line uf work. Ho cm
ployt nuno but tho bait workmen, nnd at
a conetquonco turns out only firit-clati
work. Whllo In St. Louis ho visited ail
the principal thopa and secured patcrni of
all Hie latest styles and Improvements,
and will give his customers tho bonoflt of
them. Work done promptly and on short
notice All work warranted. 10-20-lni.
FOI'ND A LADY'S FUR COLLAR-
ivcstcrday.) The owner can have the i-amc
by applying ut Tiie Bulletin oillce and
paying lor this advertisement.
WANTED A partner in the comiuUvtoii
and order biiiltieM. An active btiiiness
man vvllh small capital can make .1 good ar- 1
rangemcnt. Addresa for 10 days, care K.
C. Pace r Co., T. II. W.
FORTUNE TELLER A fortune teller
who liven 011 WaihtLgton avenue, between
Seventh and Kli'hth ttrects, eavt side, I
gifted with tiie science of telling anyone's
fortune, and future events. I-k-
NOTICE On and alter Moml.iy, Novem
bers, and through tho winter, a Kami lunch
will be spread at tho Thalia Mloon, opposite
The Bulletin oillce, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the delicacies of tho season.
11-2 lm A. .Iakckel, Proprietoi.
BOARDING Mr. lohu McKee, having
taken the house lormcrly occupied by Mrs.
Goodyear, corner of Washington avenue
and Eighth street, will Irom this date be pre
pared to accommodate hoardeii by the day
or week. l-vv
NOTICE Baitnr determined to elofe tuv
bualnca hotiie, I thai! from and after this
date, ull for :ath only. All persons In
debted to mc are respectfully lcquctted to
close their accounts immediate!. Charles
D. Alter Is hereby emnowered lo collnrt.
receive, and receipt all chilmv due me.
tnr. aTiTounn v... ,uicuua uiu
barber thop of Geo. Reining, who retires
for tho benefit of his health. The thop is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and its
new proprietor is determined to make it
llrst-clais In over- particular. He invites
public patronage. 10-2(1 lm
VILLA RIDGE FaTi.M FOR SALE OU
EXCHANGE KoR CAIRO PROPERTY.
An excellent Irult farm of Xi acret.ouo
mile due eaut of Villa Ridge, Ten acres
just cleared anil act out In fruit, and vine
yard ; twenty-thrco acre olcarcd, the rest
heavy woodland. A new two-ttory houio
and other out-hulldings. Land rapidly en
hancing In value. Good terms to a prompt
ctitonier. Addrcta M. A. p., Bulletin
Office. Alto :i tine draft bono, at a bar
Goldfitinc A. Kotemvatcr whiles to Inform
the public that they have reduced all ben
prints to 10 cents per yard, and all other
goods lu proportion.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING.
Mith Adelaide Phllllpi and Mre.'L. T.Briggs
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth ami
Tenth street, would rcupeetfully announco
to the ladlos of Cairo and v icinlty, that they
are receiving a full lino of fashionable mill
nery goods, and are prepared to furnish
their patron with hat and bonnets Irom
the cheapest to tho most expensive.
VKitY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
Alter January Ut wo expect to deal cs
clutlvcly in gcntlomen's clothing and gout's
furnishing good, and hav ing on hand a largo
and well assorted stock of fall and winter dry
goods, notions, etc., etc., which vvcdexlro to
doe out entirely, wn take this method to
Inform tho public that we i-liall, after Nov
ember 1st, hcII all goods in our moru lu tho
dry good lino, .it first coi4. All ourgoodx
wero bought ut tho lowest market price, ami
aru fresh and suitable for thN reason. Those
wishing tojobtaln good bargains should
call oil us beloro purchasing cluowhcre,
Blum & annum,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, between J,
Burger and Elliott .t Haytboru. 11-1-lm.
J. It. CUNTHngHAJPS carrfnges arc tho
best In the city. Ho ban tho only clone car
riage In Uie city on hire. Ho will transfer
ramlliea to and from ttcambouts or railroad
depots, night and day, nrdera being left at
so Commercial avenue. Cunningham would
call attention ot candidato detlrUgto vltt
Iholcountry precincts and call upon the
voters, to tho fact that hla spring wagons are
precisely adapted to this purpoo. 'ihey
were apparently mado for the buslncH.
Either ol thorn will carry u candidate aud
all the working frienda necessary to capture
every voto nutsldo of Cairo, In Alexander
county. 10-31 !m.
Two Nights, WEDNESDAY and XHUItS
DAY, TU18 WEEK.
Uellevor In the "Darwin Theory" should
see them, as they are supposed to partake
ot tho animal somewhat.
GREATEST CURIOSITY LIVING.
C. II. FOX. the young artUt, In hit road
log and reeltatloni, I tpoken of highly
wherever he ha given an entertainment.
AltK ST11.1. : i:i.I.I. VG COOP AT
Very Xiow Prices
Fine Chincliilli 1'ca Jackcta, (for
utsn) S7 50
Vino Ciiincliilli I 'en Jacket, (for
boys) IJ 00
A 820 Chinchilla Overcoat, Cas
Mtniro lining, for 15 00
Pine JJuaver Suit.
Good Overcoat 7 00
AlHVool Winter Jucket 1 25
Do, tbe best Wool Winter
Jnckcts in the city, guaran
teed 5 00
Country Knit Woo! Socks
WE CAN t'L'It.MSn
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FROM 85 TO $25.
900 Panio Hats
We arc ulill sollinir
THREE FOR $1
ANU ITS CURK. ,
VIetlmi of this awful dlsewek aw'fotJnd la
In every neighborhood, In ataott every
For them and f.T their friend, wt bite
tidings ot good ce'eer and hope tire an
nouncement of a mo't Important discover?.
(Irmly bated upon cofjmon sense sattt rea
son, uy wuicn tna icrnoie jnaiauy ir pa'
tlvcty controlled, and lu victims areperAsv
ncntly restored, to health.
CAUUOLATED COD LIVEK OIL
Is not a secret of empirical nostrum? It II a
happy combination of two remcdlei known
to physicians everywhere a tho best mesne
ot combating roniumpt on. This combina
tion li Mr. WllUon' illscccry and 1
founded upon the following
SOUND ltKASONINO :
Contumptlon Is decay. Koothlnj;, expect
orant remedies are only tisclul ai palliatives,
tlioy do not reach tho cause they do not stop
the decay. Tonic medicines strengthen tno
Ills lorcoH and prolong tho battle, but the
decay goes steadily ou, and sooner or later
the victim mu.ityiold. Climatic change are
sometimes good, but they teldom wholly
cure. In Miort, the 11 Mt thine to be done I
to ftroi-Tilit iiccay ; then apply the restora
tlvo, tonlo and trni;th Klvlii treatment
Think a moment. Tho lung aro decaying
tubercles, ulcerations, cavities and depot
dilation carries thli polton all over tho body.
Waning, losn of appetite, enervation, night
svvcati, and all the tcrrihlo symptoms ap
pear; it u vvorin vvnnn to doctor tlio symp
toms which arc merely tho result, whllo
the decay, which It (he cause, Is eating up
tho life cpriii!rf-f
These two thlnirs aro well known bv tho
hott phyMclam :
i. lamoiic aciti positively arrests decay.
It H tho mo-t novverltil nnttci)tlc In the
known world. Even dead bodies aiopre
crvcd by It. Entering Into the circulation
It at onco grapple with corruption, and
decay ccase. It ptirillei tho sources of din
Cod I.lvrr Oil U naturcV best assistant
in re.-lMlmr contimntIon, It Is at onco a
food, a tonic, u purltlcr, a healer. It bracos
up aud t-ilpptlert ttic vital forces, feeds the
waited 8vtem, and enables nature to regain
tier looiiiniii. ror inc?e purposes noining
can romparo Willi uod Liver Oil. This tho
CAU1J0LATK1) COD LIVER OIL
Ai described fully In tho Investor's clrchlar,
vvhlcli will bo mailed, upon application, to
wc cannot afford .pace to tell the wholo
Kory here, or to give tho numerous ccrtltl
eaten Irom eminent phytJclatH aud well
knovvn cltlzcnitPntirymg to tho abolulcly
wonderful remit llowing irom this great
dlncnvcrv. Sutllee It to i-jy.lt in curing thou
nniU who uppoicit themselves to be at
WlUon'a Carbolatod Oil Ii xrlentlflcally
prepared with the purest carbolic acid, so
combined as to be entirely harmloss. with
SWKKT NollWKOIAK CoD LlVEIl OlL
From tho celebrated llihcrics at Aalcsund
(Norway), pronouncpd by physicians tho
moi ueticaic, cmcicnt co.i uveroii in uie
It It ca'lly taken, tolerated by tho weakest
stouiachx, dlgcM readily, never becomes
rancid, and Ix almost entirely free from the
uual dlsagreeajte characteristic of cod
For every uso nt cod Ivor oil Mr. vv lllr-on J
dieovery U of the greatest value.
r or tuo caio internal aumrisiraiton oi
carbolic acid Mr. Wilbon's method of com
bining it with cod liver oil Is absolutely nec
essary. W iJiJjt3LJJ4 'tri
O TV O L AT E COD LIV15II OIL
Is a spcclllc and radical euro for
AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES.
Ilemcmlier tho name, "Wlll.-on's Carbo
laled Cod l.lvcr Oil." It coiaes In largo
vvoilge-nhapcd bottles, bearing the Inven
tor's siguaturo, and Is sold by tho best drug
git. Prepared by J. II. tVIIIon,83 John St., N. Y.
80I.I) II V ALL HKUGOIST3.
IticiiAHbso.N & Co., St. Louis, 1 Wholesale
UuiiLiiUT & KusALL,Chlcago. Agents.
e-i cutrw ly
N. B, Thlctlvwood. P. J. Thistlowood.
TlUSTIiBWOOP & CO.,
COMMIB3I on Mr n CHARTS
FLOUfl, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 7S OHIO 1.EVUE,
('AIIIO, - iLU.N'Ol!;.
K. J. AYKRS.
AY BUS CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEKUHANTS
Wo. 78 OiiioLkvkk, OAino, Ills.
.IA.1IES KYN ASTON,
AM) BKALKK I.V
ALL KINDS OF l-'UESIl JII3ATS.
Vcar cur. Tvvesillelli Htreet nml Com
Iluvhand Utii'htorfl ouly tho best Cattle.
Uogs aud .Sheen, and In prepared to till or
ient fur Kruth Moats from ono to ten thou-
and pound. 7-'!tl
It. J. CUXDIPF,
O B N 5 UAL PRODUCE
No. 17 Eiquth St.,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIKTWICCK WAU'N ATSNUX AMD WALNU1
Dr. U. F, Maids laformt tna pubtlo that h b
L I V E R 1' STABLE
on the aorthwiwt tide of Tenth trl ' aaa
lit HiabUs will be fuioUhtd with sen but ta
AND OOOD VEUIOLKS.
and tho public may be accommodated at al
houra of the day aud night with safe team
on tho lowctt terms.
Dr. Kields asks a share of publlcpaUtmaM
and will endeavor ta merit it by fair deailiif
and strict attention to buJi t