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Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avoinjc.
Two !.cr. ord. of Clro ! Vlncenn.s rt.llros J
WH. WETZEL riwrniBTon
A trusty wtcb, kept night and day (or
Arams mnu otvBuiuv-.
THE BEST OP ACCOMMODATIONS
for Iranclent guests at
IVfO DOLLARS PER J) AY.
Wc take pleasure in announcing to
our friends that our ttock of Fall and
Winter GooJ it now arriving. We
thall offer thit section a stock of Dress
Fabric. Trimminot. Fancy Goods,
Notions, etc., tchich for variety, style
and awW " matriaK '"
thing vm have heretofore offered. Our
large and increating trade enables hs to
Ivy from first hand at the best sources
of supply. Always on the alert to gain
every advantage in ibices, tec arc happy
to state that this season tec haw secured
the most attractive stock in the market,
at prices which tec gauranlee "Hock
Bottom." We affirm our ability to du
plicate Chicago and St. Louis prices.
We KEEP ONLY THE MOST
DESIHABME GOODS. ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO ACCUMU
LATE, MlKE NO BAD DEBTS,
AND WlfrL NOT BE UNDER
SOLD BY ANY HOUSE IN THE
TRADE. A visit of inspection xcill
eonvime purchasers of the cxtraordi
nary bargains offered by the pojiular
and progressive one-price, cash Dry
Cotds house of
Stuart & Oholson.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levco, otct Matlius &UL1V.
MB None but first-class Companies
Safford. Morris & Cnndcc.
73 Ohio. Levco, City National Bank
Building, Cairo, Ills.
Vie oldent established Agency In Southo
lUlnoU, representing over
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE HOOE t
And Dealer in
BOAT STORES I
HO. 70 Oulo Lctcc, CAIRO, ILLS
attention given to consign.
menu and flUlni; orders.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3STo. HO Oliio Xjovo
IOE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS S PRO AT & SON
Who lcf!c nil j:nnf I (tic, j
PURE L1J UJ,
Cairo, nols, and Columbus, Kentucky
tSIiJ.0. ?m ' 1Iu,cn WIlBon'n, corner
Twelfth street uud Ohio Itvec.
clr.Y- TH? " Ic. wairon throul,n,it
saw dust, for -hle.a to .We"
"'"J?" 5AU8. or car load. 'kd I
T 1 1-1 f
T WILCOX'3 BLOCK FOR tj.oo
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
THUR3UAY, OCTOBER 1, 1874.
Somebody to take from us n thousand bill
heads, food paper and finely printed, for
One thousand statement' printed utTltR
UULLBTIN oUleo lor ?3.60 to WO.
nun tlintimnil nolo head nrlntcd at Tits
Bulletin ofllco forfl.OO; two thousand lor
Ono thousand business card, lino Itrlitol
board, printed at 'Iiik JIUllktin offlco lor
from $2.60 to f 0.00, according to size.
Greo.t Bargains !
TO SUIT T1IK TIMES, AT
The only original and tho only briml of Hint
,i,n nl 1tl la linr vr,l . li'lllTIT flf
LOOM. IS clit! tVAllSll'TA AW. 17 etjl I
Hl.iAOKHTO.NK, Hi oHporjnl, It o "Oly I
,of fiu r r ft,. , f li"-
UNiiL,iiAviikl auvus at intcot in pro
I am nlo In receipt of it larco lnvolco of
OKOS-GHA1N IIIDllONS, nvsortcd colors,
wh'ch 1 will tell at panic prices.
aio, a i tire o aMorimcm or launmi Mnlcr
ILOTIUNO. GENTS' UMlKKWi: Ut.
RLANKET8 and HICKMAN' (Ul LTd. Call
una sec uoioro pumuMng cmuwiicre.
Get your oysters at tho Delnionico.
The Best oystors at
SILK II ATS 1 BILK HATS I
Silk Ilats mado to order at A. Marx's,
'0 Ohio lovoo.
rREstt oysters or nnythlng olso you
want at tho Dolmoulco Restnurant open
day and night.
Dn. Jenkllb. Can bo found nt hi
dental parlori on Eighth street at al
hours. Best of roferonccs glvon as to pro
A fink lino -of ladies', misses' and
children's walking shoes, with extension
or protection soles, just tho tblnc for Cairo
sidewalks, at A. Ulack's City SLoo Storo
Coynk'u oyiter dopot ond rojtaurant
Oystors in tho shell and can, fresh ovory
day, at l'hll Saup's old stand, botwocn
Sixth and Seventh streets, Cairo, ill.
Kniohth or Eoyit to-night. All
rnembors aro roquostod to altond. lly or
der of V. O. O.
Two rooms to rent, botwocn Tenth and
Eleventh streets, on Washington avonue.
Apply at County Clork's office
Max Kikunb, thn organ builder, I
ready at ony tlmo to tuno ond rUJ..li
pianos and molodeonsr-You nmy safely
trust your instruments to bis core; you
will not bo dvcolvod.
Fine Uzzr. Koohler Bros., purchased
the premium cow at tho recont Charleston,
Missouri, fair, and will kill hor for tho
benefit of tbolr customers. Duo notico
will bo given.
Custom IIodbu Flao. Mr. James
Summurwoll completed repairs on the
flag polo yesterday morning, and at noon
our national emblem was again pulled lo
tho mast head.
Correction. We stated yefctsrday in
our report of the fire, that Mr. J . O Lynch
had lnsuranco on his stable ; this is a mis
take the lnsuranco Is merely on lit, reel.
denco, which was slightly damaged.
Sociaiilk. Tho first of the series ci tho
Episcopal socloty for tbo winter of 1874-6,
will bo given at tho roeldenco of tbo Rev.
Charlos Ollbert to-night. Tho publioaro
cordially Invited to bo preiont.
Notice to ti-e Fuiilic. Tho now
packing houio market In Wilcox's block
will bo opon Saturday noxt, with froth
meats and now lard, at tho lowost markot
prlco, Uowk & Um.
21 0-0-3-1 m.
QiiAni Squikrell lunch at "Our So
loon" this morning at 10 o'clock, with
froiti Milwoukoo boor, ohoico wines,
cigars, otc. A gonoral Invitations is
extonded to all "Our" frionds.
To Let with Roaiid. A largo unfur
nished room on tho first lloor In n privato
rotidonco, pleasantly located in tho busi
ness part of tho city. Address, giving rof.
loronco, y. o. box, COS, 0-20-Gt
m . . M r- . - . ...
xur. or. uiiaulch hotel, lias sovora
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor, suita
Die lor gontlomen, that can bo secured fo
tho winter, with board, ut very reasonable
Fon.your fresh MUwaukno beer go to
uur aaioon," on eighth streot. Y'ou
know wberu it is, south ld0 betweon
Ooramorcial and Levee. Milwsukoo bee
always on tap and always frcsb.
ton Balk. Tho ferryboat "Molli
Thoiuau, now at Cairo. Roady for Im
medlato uso will bo sold choap. Apply
to n. Axtem..
Ofllco St. L., I. M. and H. R. R
Mim. L. J. brcAi; has ono of tho finest
stocks of nillllnory goods over oponod in
iru. oioro on commercial nvnnnn.
east side, opposlto Winter's block, bo
tweon Seventh and Eighth stroot.
20O.t..30.Ot MM.L.J. BpKkK.
OxiTuinsijCity Marshal IJarwood
of Mound City, yesterday m-)rnlnK ari
rested Oolmsn Terrlll, tho man who cut
Davis at the Magenta saloon on Tuesday.
Daputy Shorlff John Kane wont after tbo
Uibor and lodged him In Jail.
Carroll B. 1). 0. This baie ball club
gave ono of tho pleasantest par-lcs of the
loaion at Sohcol'l ball Tuesday night.
Sotno thirty-Are couploi participated In
the festivltlos of tho ovenlng, nnd all went
heme well satined with tho entortnlnment
For Balk. Tho hgyptlan laloon
wnod by Honry Lattnor, U for
ale, togcthor with tho fixtures and stock,
and thoprlvllogo of n loaso of tho build
ing on good terms i also, tho cottogo in
tho roar. For further Information, In
quire on tho premliei. 7-22-tf
Cairo and Sr. Loots B. B. Tho con
struction train of tbo Cairo and St. Louis
railroad has arrived la the city, and work
on the Cairo end of tho lino will begin
this week, Tho llttlo locomotlvo Is nn
object of InUroit to everybody, and many
porionr visited the lovoo yoitorday to sea
I.U.O.F. Tlio members of Alexandor
Lodgo Ko. -21, aro horoby notlflod that
tbcro will bo a Rebecca degrco mooting
this evening, Immediately after lodgo
meeting. All' are rcnuostod to attend.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited.
U T. J. Kr.RTii, Rec. Seo.
Look Out for Uaroainb. Mr. A
Marx has juat roturncd from Now York,
whoro bo tin rob mod omi of the (Inut anJ
Urgent (teak or olotlilnp, gnat's furnish
ing goods, hats, otc , of tbo very latest
ijh; wucn iiu win sell LOWER than
tho lowest. All goods markod In plain
MisilAr. Un Saturday night, n tho
Dolla City flrn company was turning tho
oornor of Kleblb streot and Commercial
avuno, tbosldowalk gavo way boneath
tbo engine, and It was upiot. Mr. Dennis
toloy, who had hold of tho tonguo, was
injured, and tho accident dolayed
tho Deltas flftoen mlnutoi In getting to
Lunch Ever Dav. Ooorgo Lattnor
corner of 1-ourteonth and Washington
avenue, will furnish horealtor, ovory day
to his patrons & No. 1 lunch, between tho
hours of ton and twelvo o'clock. Fresh
Mllwaukco beor and fragrant llav.
and cigars to be had at Lis bar at all
Card or Thanks. Mr. J. O. Lynch
horeuy returns tho slncero thanks of
blmsolf nnd family to tho sovorul flro
companies of tho city, and to thoso
citizens who rondored such valuable lor
vlco in saving his proporty from tho flro
on Tuesdoy evening, assuring them that
their oITorts In his bohalf will novor bo
forgotten by Mr. or Mrs. Lynch.
Dr. r. J. Williams has always on
hand fresh "Laughing gas," by the uso of
which ho Is enabled to extract teeth with
out pain, and, what Is still bettor, relloves
nervous and timid paoplo of that anxioty
and dread which is worso than tho nohlng
of tho tooth that brings thoughts of tho
dentist, boo his advertisement in an
Ui-e.v Air Concsrts. Tfaeio concerts.
wMrih have bm given with but few omls
sions during tho summer season, will bo
discontinued in tho future. Tbo nichti
are now too cool for out door piaving and
the calls for tbo services of tho musicians
are moro numorous than during tho warm
weather. It should be tho business of some
ono to sou that the stands, lamps, etc., are
laid away in a secure plsco for uso an
Fall Stock ov Hoots and Shoes.
Mr. A. Rlack Is now recolving his stock
of fall boots and shoos, which, from hir
oxporionco, promises to bo tho best se
lected in tho city. Always a coroful and
closo purchasor, ho gives tbo public tho
advantages ho has to purcbaso at tho very
bottom price, for ho buys direct from tho
manufactories, for cash. Tho slock is very
largo and complete, and tho styles of tho
latest and most approved cut. 2CG-0-22-t(
Circuit Cocrt. Wickwlro vs. tho
Cairo City gas company occuplod tho
tlmo of tho court all of yesterday. The
caso was submitted to tho jury at t p. m,
and after being out a llttlo ovor an hour,
thoy awarded Mr. Wickwlro ovon hun
dred and eighty odd dollars. Thoro woro
nuny at tho court room during tho day,
expocting to soa the Strautz caso corno up.
This famous caso will probably come up
somo tlmo to-day.
Jor. RonkkkrIs now in full control of
tho Washington bakery, and having
lo'trned tho wants of tho public, is pro
pwod to supply on call all demands for
French loaf, Boston, Urown nnd Graham
biesd, and ovorything elso ordinarily
found In n first-class bakery. Ho nioln
tains a full stock of confectioneries, and
can, as woll us any othor dealer in thn
city, fill all ordors in that lino.
Uakos bakod, frosted or ornamonted on
short notico. Special attention glvon to
ma orders or wedding or picnic parties.
mi! at. .Nicholas hotol saloon nnd
restaurant is now undergoing n groat
change, nnd will, when finished, bi one
oi mo unoit piaees of resort for refresh
moms in tho city. Wm. Wetzel, the
proprlolor theroof, expects to havo tb
samo completed by Tuesday noxt, when
no will invito all his frionds and tho pub
llo in general to a Uno lunch. From and
alter that day oystors In every stylo and
"""" ruer win ho served up at tho
snortcet notico, night and day. Alio the
list or liquors and Iacer beer will bo Mn
etantiy kept on tap. 10-Ltf
JUATTIiEBU AHP KUUNlTUIll! MANU-
factuiiks. Messrs. Sogrlst nnd Har
man havo oponod, on Washington avenuo
botwuon Thirteenth and Fourteenth
stroot a shop, whoro thoy propose to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattrcsios, upholstoring, sofas, loungos,
chairs, otc, and also repairing and ro
varnnhlng, furniture of all descriptions.
Thoy will sow and lay down carpets and
hang paper. New mattresios and lurni-
uro mado to order. Teey have come to
Cairo to stay, and rcspoctfully solicit tbo
patronago of tho public. 283.9-20-lm
"Well Done. Soma days ago, n report
was ctrculatod In the city that an' addition
of fifteen por cent had beon mado to the
valuation of Cairo property by tho Stato
board of equalization, Mr. Thomas Wil
son, formerly n tnombcr of tbo board, at
the request of citizen t, made n trip to
Springfield, and yesterday telegraphed
that ho bad succoodid In gatlln; twonly
per cent oil' for Cairo. Tho proporly
boldors of tbo city owo Mr. Wilson a
dobt of gralltudo for the matorlal service
bo has rondored them.
Cuance ron a good Uubink."" OAino
Railiioad Housk. Desiring to retire
from tho hotel builnois, I will glvo to any
person satisfactory to tho Illinois Contra!
jallrond company, tho Railroad bouse,
now kept by me, corner Blghtconth street
and Commercial avenue, provided such
person will purchase tbo furniture of tbo I
house, which I will sell at n roMonnblo
price, and tako tho builness off my bands
without doly. Further particulars opply
at tbo Railroad house. ,T. Iimiikht.
A Lively Chase. l'oliceman Rrown
yesterday arrostod ono Charlos Baker,
coUrcd, for assaulting Mary Gondall. Tho
officer had his man in court, but on ac
count of tho long tlmo taken by tho Lizzie
l'ryor caso it could not ho taken up.
young man aiked the nrivlloifo (if going
out for a few ni Inn toi. Wbon ha reached
tho sldo door tho fellow slid down tho
iir rAlliac and Jumped tho fence, fol
lowod by Mr. Brown oi. loot and Conita
bio John Ilogsn joined In tho chato
on horsebrck, but tho prlsonor was too
fieet. Uo left them both far behind. Tho
ast seen of him he was lost to view by
tho dust ho made, near the elevator,
County Jail. Wo wcro yesterday
pormlttod to look over tho quarterly re
port or Jailor Fitzgerald from which wo
gather the following items: Number of
criminals in the Jill, forty. Thlrtoen of
of those woro the stearaor Jatnos Howard
mutineers; twolre were confined on tho
cbargo ef larceny and six for burglary
and larceny; fir murder, two; assault to
commit rape, one; bound ovor to keep
tho peace, one; common larceny, two
Tho prisoners of all ages, from eigh
teen to sixty-four. Twenty-nine woro
black, and clevon wblto. Of tho forty
prisoners, eighteen could read and wrltof
and ot tho wnole number Allisourl con
trlbutod eight, Illinois two, Louisiana
two, Kansas two, Minnesota ono, Tonnes
seo six, Maryland one, Ohio two, Ireland
two. England four. Thcro wero Catholics
five, Methodists flftoen, Diptliti seven
Eplicopal ono. No bollof, eleven.
Itrnn'a f1ntruT.l .Irvln I'prnr nnn nl
Uourt. liizzio l'ryor, ono o
sitters who has caused much
trouble to our police forco on account of
her bad nays, and harboring colorod poo-
plo of both sexes who Wr a bad reputa
lion, was brought boforo Judgo Bird by
l'ollcoman Sheoban and Labuo. Tbo lady
of color was determined on a fight to es
tablish hor good character and avoid the
penalty of tbo city ordinanco, and accord
ingly secured the sorvices of Harmon II.
Clack to dofend hor. Tbo trial lastod over
four hours. l'oltceman Sheoban and
Judgo Bird conducted tho examination on
the part of tho people. After a short
adominatton and weighing tho evidenco
Judgo Bird aisossod Mlis l'ryor ten dol
lars and costs, total $20 00. Lizzie begged
hard for a stay, and was glvon nnlll six
o'clock this evening to shako tbo dust of
Cairo from her foot.
Jules IJ. Augorot, tho man arrested
for stealing from Mrs. M. Rlelock prop
crty to tho amount of ton dollars, was
brought before Judge Bross yesterday
aftornoon for examination. After hoarlng
tho evidence, he was bound over to await
tbo action of the grand Jury.
i ersonal. -Mr. li, ii. iioboris re
turned to the city yostorday morning
after an absence of a month, during which
time ho has visited a number of tho county
rilrs of our own and adjoining states, and
placed on exhibition speclmons of his skill
as on artist. It give" us pleasuro to stato
that in eviry Instance, premiums wero
awarded to him.
fho following woro a few of tho
arrivals tho St Charles yostordaj : Miis
Sullivan, JSoglandj Jno l Coleman,
Washington, D Cj Major S S Fosto, Lou-
Islon ; Jarncs Leo, Memphis; Jno 11 Con
nlll, New Orioani; 0 O Whitakor, St
Louis; W F Vilhard, Now Orleans.
Wo tako the names of the following
prominont parsonages from tho St. Nicho
las register! E II Hewitt, Mound City;
8 Q Arnold, Clinton, Ky; A A Luttroll,
l'aducah. Ky; Chas A McCormlck, Ann
Among tho arrivals nt the 1'lantor's
wo note s It F Wood, Kentucky; W R
I'llo, do; A McDowell!, Detroit; John J
Watts, Memphis, and H 0 Ostorlob, Capo
U 5 Hutchison, Casoyvilic; W Mo-
Ciuro,do; DO Thompson, Memphis, W
M Jonkins, Louisville; A llondholm,
wow lorlc, and Alox McD&vItt, Pitts
burg, Fa, aro stopping at tho Dolmoulco,
Alderman McKwen, wife and daugh
ter returnod yesterday afternoon from a
visit to frionds in Wisconsin.
l oi; Balk. A good fruit farm, ono
mile, wost of Cobdon station, on tho I. C,
R, R., nnd eighty rods oast of tho Cairo
and St. Louis railroad. Said farm has
lliiio kiln working on it, nnd contains a
fine bod of llmo rock. Tho fruit trees just
coming Into bearing, consist of apples,
pears, cherrlos and plums. Also straw,
borrlos, raipborrlcs, blackberries, pe
plant, otc. Will bo sold for a small sum
down, balanco on long tlmo- Inqulro of
J. Llinbort, corner Eightoonth stroot nnd
Commercial avenuo, or 0. Winston, Ohio
leveo, Cairo Illinois.
Lumuer Still Qoino Down. As wo
uro determined to closo out our stock
spoodlly, preparatory to winding up bus
Inoss, wo will soli all kinds of lumber at
two dollars por thousand less than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of lath and stovo
wood en hand, which will bo sold at cor
respondingly low rates.
4'l.!l.n.tr -nr.,. w
Tho neighboring larmers aro working
with a will to got their wheat, sowod.
Tho summer drouth, extending Into tho
fall, has mado wheat sowing a llttlo Into ;
but tho recent rain put tho ground in good
condition, and now every farmor who Is
behind with his socdlng is as busy us a
nallmakor. Tho beautiful yield last har
vest stimulated this blanch of farming,
and moro innd will be devoted to this crop
In Southorn Illinois' than aver heforo.
Wheat Is comtng in Uvoly, and tho
mills aro running on full time. Nelbauir
& Scblogel s is roldom suliored to cooj
down during the week. Tholr flour stands
high In tho market, for tbo Dutch know
how to fix it up.
Mlts Bttio Litton has boon called bonco
to Sponcor, Owen county, Indiana, to
toach school this winter.
Wo wish her a
pleasant tlmo during hor stay among tho
C. 11, llridy has returned from Cincln
natl, whoro ho bad bcon visiting his
slstors. lie made a thrco wooks' visit and
returnod with a load of presents for hia
most Intimate friends. For wbolo-souted
fellows, always look among ratlioad men
Wo owo you ono, Charlie.
HlUbold 6 Llttlo havo oponod out
carpotiter shop In tho building formerly
used by McKay as a blacksmith shop1
Thoy havo plenty of room, end niak
things rathor ilvoly in tho Oour barrel
Mrs. Llttlo bad a parly and social bop
Saturday night, in the now building that
is boing fitted up for her millinery goods,
Those present reported u gocd time, and
think thoy dispersed without encroaching
much on tbo Sabbath.
Tbo candidates lor county ofllcas aro
beglning to visit nnd honsy-tonguo us
They aro "glad to too us" and to have the
pleasuro of n good, old-fashioned "bono-
wag." They bavu an Iminonio interest
juit now In our welfare, and aro willing
to undortaVo almost anything to amelior
ate our condition, What n pity that tholr
courago and snthuslasm aro so spasmodic.
If they wero different, wa might bscomo
not only "rich, but woll to Ilvo." To
their crollt, howover, they aro ulway
clover men, but a llttlo more clever before
an oloctton than at other times.
Gossips predict that tho marrying season
will be opentd on next Sunday,
and that ono of our prominent
beaux will thon Import a wife
from Wetaug. After that, gossip
ping, marrying and giving in marriage
will be In order till afttr tho holiday
wnon tne population win no oxpsctoJ to
sober down and worry along again with
tho anxious caro of n subsistence.
T. IJ. Taylor, M. D., will deliver
courso of lectures ft the hall of tbo Krco
Religious Association in this city, boin
nlng on Sunday morning, October 1th
Thoso who aro Interested in the theologl
cal and scientific subjects of tbo day, will
havo an excellent opportunity of hearing
them learnedly and logically prosontcd
rrom tbo scores oriavorablo notices of tbo
press wo select tho following :
"l'rolessor T. 11. raylcr has been so
loctod to succood Rev. Wm. R. Alger in
the Froo Religious movement, l'rofcsso
Taylor wos formerly a distinguished clor
gyman of tho Method 1st Episcopal
unurcn, wno woum not conilno his road'
lng strictly within tho limits of the theo
logical text-books. Ho becamo a studon
of Kant, Hamilton, Herbert Spencer,
rancor ana ruino. A volumo or bli sor
mons was publishod in 1870, otc Chi
Tho 'Intor-Ocean' says :
mo committee nave made arrange
menu witn I'rofuseor Taylor to lead tb
sorvices of Froe Religious Soelotv. Thl
gentleman is now counted among tho
thorough rationalist, and his namo stand
along sido of Tboodoro l'arkor, John
wcifs, ur. llartol, Illgglnson and -t roth
1'rofoisor Taylor has diplomas of gradu
ntion In thoology, law, modlclnoand liter
aturo, and sustains to Chicago about tb
samo rotation that Rev. O. IJ. Frohing
ham doos to New York. Tho citizens of
Cairo are cordially invitod to hear him.
Mrs. Hultz has Just returned from the
oast with a full stock of millinery eoods
and ladles', mitsos' and children's shoes ;
also, a large stock of ladies' hair switches,
and goods belonging to tho millinery
trado, cutis, hosiery, otc, with n largo
lot of notions, which ebo will soil cheaper
than any other placo in Cairo, Storo on
tho cornor of Elevonth streot and Wash
ington avonue. 205-9-22.tf
TnE barber snop is ou .no corner ot
Eighth street nnd Commercial avonuo
whero J. Goorgo Stionhouso with his gon
tlomanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, roady to sootho
your feoliogs with a smooth shavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, nnd you aro
suro of receiving first-class treatmont
Ladlos' and chlldron's hair cut or curlod
in tho most approved stylo. 8-lS-tf.
Fhksh Sui'i'LY. Mr. 1 Fitzgerald ha
just rocelvod and has ou tula at his sales
room, a largo stock of English ale, portor,
Ilcnnessy brandy and wines, nnd liquors
of all kinds, which ho will disposo of nt
roasonablo prices. 260-9-25-Im
1 4-OCOMMBHClAL AV-
hand n fvonh supnly of Nllro Oxldii or
Lnilirhlnir Oan. Tenth i.vii-,,.in.i ii
i.iiuk iii.mur ,.nu ..
hour, day and night. t)-17-tf
3E2 TT 'L? O 2HE 3E3 3Fi ,
And Denier In
Eighth Strkkt, ust. Washington and
(Joiimbhcial, Ave; aajolnlng Hanns's
Keens tho bestoflleer. Pork-. Mnttnn rnnl
Lamb, Suutago 'etc., nnd la prupared to
servo families In un acceptable manner.
33 OT ABLIS
I I'liim I'm I ii',! i n !iim
AS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OT CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do no! Iniy old enndios, that luvo been kept over tlio
summer niul are stale, ciniminc
sec to your weight. Every box ought to contain live pounds
net, or 0 ounces over live pounds. Remember tho placo
Corner 3fh St. and
The Only Placo in tlio City whoro You
Steamer Jim Fik, Vadusah;
It i: Do Jtuuoy, Md City;
" Jno 11 Maudo, Now Orleans;
" Hello Mamphii, Mompbls;
" Capital City, Vicksburg;
" City Vicksburg, St Louis.
Steamor Jim Fisk, l'aducah,
11 R E Do ltussoy, iiird's llend;
" Jno II Maud, St Loui;
" Hollo Moinphis, St Luuii;
" Capital City, St Louis;
" City VicKsburg, Vicksburg.
liuATk to Lkavk To-Day. Sifamer
Jim l'lsk, l'aducah ; l'arscon, New Or
leans; Commnnwoaltb, Now Orleanr;
Utah, Little Rock ; Atlantic, Now Or
RlVISR, WtATIIKR AND UUSlNtSH
Tho rlvor last evening was 7 feet 3 3-5
inches on tho gauo, having risen 3 3
inches d.tring the previous 21 hours
Tbo weather continues clear and ploaiant
Wau Dr.PT. ItivKit IlKronr,
September ), la't.
STATIONS. "ll"r 1
rt. Iii. ft. Mil.
l'ltt.mirg :i n
Ulnelnn-iil .1 .', 1
i-ouiniiio a y
NahTlllu !l .Ml
St. I.'MIH,. . 11 10 '' t
Oenziial Items. Tho R E Do Rutiey
paisod into tbo Mississippi to pull som
snags that aro psrlicularly trcubleiomo,
Pilots Eugono Hand and Sim. 1'. Jones
of Cincinnati, and James RatTerty, Uoli
Olden and Jno. Btauord arrived out
the Ohio on tho Jim Fisk, and go south on
Commonwealth to-day. They are taking
acarotul look at tho rivor, so ae to
nrrard for work when business opens
The IJ. II. Cooko turned back from I'n
dUCtb, kkrinf; left too much time SgrOUO
t ) attempt to coma through
Tho riso in the Cumberland has I in
proved tho bars from Suiitblnnd out, but
above that thore is but thirty Inches wate
Tho Hello Memphis brought 23 hair
cotton for tbo east.
Tbo John B. Maudo brought tl bales
moss for Chicago, and has a light trip fo
R- V. MILLER, I'roklilont.rz
.1. M. 1'IIILLII'H, Vice I'mlduul,
CHA!f. fU.VNINUHAM, Canhler.
COLLECTIONS FROMl'TL)' MADE,
KXCHANOE, colli, banknotes i id United
Stato securities bought and told.
Interest allowed on time deposits
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. V. HALL1DAY. l'rei-ldent;
HENRY L. HALLIDAY, Vlcu I'rc.ldcit.
a. li. HAi' uud, uaiiiier;
WALTER HYSLOr, AssNtant Cashier.
Staath Taylor, it, II. Cunningham
II. L. 1IAI.I.IHAV, W. 1'. IIAI.MIIAY.
G. D. Williamson, Stuwikx Hiiip,
A. 11. S.U'KOIlll,
Lxciiiiiikc, Coin mid United; Stutr s
llonus liougiitiuid Mold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
M. R. KUEHNE,
OOR.13T1I AND WALNUTSTREET
O I'ox top.
Ncwiipapcrailvcrtislng Impels Inquiry, and
when the article, otierod Is of good qua.lty,
and at a fair price, tho natural result is In
home mannfncttiro. Also
can get a Comploto Assortment,
SPEND YOUR MONEY
fo that you w 111 get It nil back in
Real and Solid Comfort !
lly Investing it ono of our now ptnt
Famous for gulng out a Wonderful
Slmplo in t'onslriictloii,
Carelully Made of Very ltet 3lterlal,
AlwaYbnt l"ir -ltati Drnlt, and Is
fcinstd is Giie ii'.iifi:1.::: ETs:;r;i:!
And Under all Circumstances.
BOLD 11 Y
Excelsior Man'fg Co I
012 Ic OU X. MAIN STREET.,
NT. I.OUIH. HO.
HENDLRSON. Cairo, UN.
Vuloan Inox Work
si nth HTacirr.
JOHN T. RENNIE, P
MACHINE S II 0 P j
FOROES AND 1'ir-E FlTTINO,
NTEA9I F..1INI, MII.I.. NTKAHIIOA.'!
Manuiacturca ana ropairea.
Special attention given to light and hcav;
forging, houbo, brldgo. railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Steam and gas nttlng la all iU branches.
A full assortment ol Jlorrti, I askor x Co'l
Philadelphia pipe and fittings. Ilrassgood
etc., and gas uxiures aiwavs on uanu.
FIFING OF HOUSE FOR GAB
MADE A BI'ECIALTY.
Agent for Cameron s special steam pumc
and boiler leoder. The host manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and JuiHon'i
paiem governor anu governor vaivo,
Tbo lollowlrtr onirlues. etc.. for mla
Two steamboat engines, 184 inch bore olMl
cylinder; live leot stroke and In irood ordni
Ono steamboat shatt and crank; wrot Iron
One 10X20 saw mill cnglno, with shall and l1"
crank for muly or gang saw, second hand, I
One new 7X12 engluo; my own nianufao- h
Aluo, a tieond-htind stavo cutting ma-
chine and Jointer, and warohouso holstlnv 1
maahlne, in good order. ,
Enclnes and machinery of all kinds bomrht i .
and sold ,1,
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
-R:h.ajli Bsta te
(JONVF, VA NflWTlH
NOTARIES PUBLICS r
And Land Aymts of tho Illinois Central and
liiiriingieii aim JlUhourl It. It. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Lovoo,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents
74 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
Buy and Sell REAL ESTATE, Pay TAXES
Furnish os Abstracts of Title.