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An otdlnane to amend 8ctlori 2D 6f Ordl
ninci NoV U, Wienglng th etabtl;hed
nidthof aldcwalk o ,reet tnjm
LVrt.S'nJd bVthe city council o. the
WJVJ?:"".' action So "0 of Ordl-
--ti n II b amended by at Iking out
. R2.iS Vf .As aoctlon describing the
dllunce or ut.r od of said walk
rm theirU line ot tho Tots, and alio In
Annrotcd October 3d, iBi
Approrcu w Joujj vs.00t)( jiayor.
Atteat : Will. K- IUWKiy, City Clerk.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS, .
SDK DAY, OOTOBEK 4, 1874.
avenuo, will furnish boroaltor, ovory aay
to tilt patrons a No. 1 lunch, between tho
bouri of ton Bnd twolvo o'clock. Freib
Mllwnukco beor nd frsgrant Hav
ana cigars to bo bad at Mi bar at Ml
Sometiody to tako from us a thousand bill
heads, good paper and uuely printed, lor
!i.bU 10 4 W.
NOTICE TO COSTIIAJTOHS.
- . . .4rfrivl tn thn rl!V
rr- m.. nV wi uommtrc al aveimo,
until fto'clJck p. rn. of Tuesday, tlio lsiU
ktrtnhir. lull, for turnlsbtng tho
material and doing the work lur tlic con
struction ol a newer through the Ohio levee
T1ilrtv.iili.lllh lf Ct.
Baldaeverl to be consttuctid according
to the plan and specltlcation mrnuuei .
Jonn P. Uealey, city engineer, and wide i
nl a ana sptcincauon.'i """
my office, subject to examination at any
11 Tho Party to whom tho contract may be
wardrd win I be required to give a good
Jill wtfeteit bond fJrthe raltblul perform
aneo ol the contract. ,it., ,
Tae city council re'orve tho right to re
ject any and all P"pols. .,,.,,,.
Sll-lO-t-JOt M. . Cox, City Comptroller.
Hold and Barwm.
122 Commercial Avonuc.
find tliounnd atatctnonta printed at THE
BULLETIN oltlce lor ga.w to w.
rinA u,nn.nrl tinln hrniH tirintcd flt Till
IIullstin office lor 84.C0! twotueuaiudior
LuMntit Still Goino Down. A wo
nro dotormtnod to ctoso out our hock
speedily, preparatory to winding up bul
lae!, wo will tell all Mnda of lurabor at
two dollnra per thouinnd leti than mnr
kot prices, A large lot of lath and etovo
wood n band, which will bo sold at nor
rospondlnglv low rates.
22MMMf Wall & K.sr.
- a. . 1 m
One thousand business cardt, flne lirtstol
board, prated at 'JHB UOLLr.TlN offlco lor
from Hm to gO.oq, nccordlng to atze.
Qzr your oyitori at the Uoimonico.
I'rop. Tatlob at tho i'roo Rollgloui
Alioolatkn ball to-day at 3 and 7J p.m.
nory atore on Commercial ateoiio, and
ha laid In a itocl; of fall and winter li ti,
bonnoW, ttlmmlngf, flowon, collari and
cuffi, jewelry, and noltoni ol all
aorta. Theio gooda aro all new,
faahlonablo and cheap, and cannot
fall to glvo. Fatlafactton to all lailla
who will oxamlno thotn. Mn Swandor'o
atoro room li now tho noatcit anil ploai
antcit millinery atoro In the city, and la-
dim who vlilt it nro aUaya mro of a
wolcoiuo from lta proprietor and a good
Mutakks. Tho learned local ol Tub
nci.t.KTiH, apoaklng of tho Immnnin
crowd of people prea ant at tho Kplicopal
aoclablo, Thuraday night, Innoconlly re
marked tl-at "ovory room in the bouao
ST. MARY'S INFIRMARY.
A BENIGN INSTITUTION.
We tnado a baity vlilt to the St. Mary 'a
Infirmary ycaterday, and wcro kindly
ahown through thl, ono of the moat be
nign Inatltutlona in our city. To Dr,
II, Watdncr bclonga' the credit of estab
lishing thta hospital in our city. Tho
doctor had beon corroipondlng wllh tho
Sl.itors of tho Holy Cfoaa a year prevloua
to their coming to Oalro. They drat
started lu an unprolentloua houau on
EleYcntb atreot, with two keda and ono
patient, on Movomber lltb, 1EG7
Tho latter part of Uocember of tho
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OP CONrEC-
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Illb. Central 15. It. Co,
Acit's Orru'ic. Oxino. Oct. i. 1871
We will contlnuo tho aalo ol Excuralon ,omo people, and not aomo of the rooma. comfonsnllon. Hnortly alter, tne govorn-
flllnd. n,l .nmn wra crowded Into mo year tnia hoipllal waa awarded mo
it..i.i, i ii.mn" h mni otro of tho county patlenta at a imall
Tuk Meat oyatera
ut tho Delmonico
SILK UATS1 BILK I1AT3I
Silk Hata made to order nt A. Marx'i,
"0 Ohio lovoo,
I'atsu ojttcre or anything olio you
want at tho Delmoulco ltealaurant opon
day and night
ticket! to Chicago up tn and Including
Friday tho Oth, Tickets will be good to
return until tho l'Jth incluiivo.
HM-3t Jame JoiiKao.f, Agont.
OlUlK (JOOTATIOXH, CtllCAOl Ol'TlOKS.
Tho following grain nuotationa wcro re-
colvoi at 3:30 p.m. from Chicago by Win.
Llnkor, Cairo, III.:
October Oata 40 jo
Tear Oata itjc
October liar Icy $1 VO
D. W. Ikwin& Co.
HecKirr. Mr Ueufnor, pro.
nnolorof the PlanteM' Houao, rocolrcd
lnJ Of Of JUIIwaUKOO . J "
Twa doort nonh or CWro od (nccunc. i taray.
wia WETZEL - riiorntETon un. jknslle. uan do iouna ui, ni
dontal parlon on Eighth street at ale
A truaty watoh kopt night and day for houra. Beat of roforonooa glvon natopro
I OAtt Wlfl
and IaJIci', ml;
I alao, n largo atoc
Traina and Steamboats.
THE BEST OF ACCOMKOD.VTIOSS
for tranclcnt gucala at
TWO DOLLARS PEll DAY.
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
VERY OKCATLY IMl'ItOVEU In lorm
of the clilvt. and Uio more complete
ahlcldite of tho parts subject to wear, by
metal platen, making tliKin wear fivk
times as LONO, and do tho work faster and
caalor than auv other huakcr. Mado ol the
very beat calf leather. In lour sizes, right
and left handed. Samples scat prepaid on
ciar.a. tSbuner natr. Liberal discount In
quantities. AsV- roilr merchant, or addresa
HALL HUSKING OLOVU CO .
U as effectual a remeau
FOR FEVER & AGUE
M (he Salnhata in the aime dotes, while it affettt
the htad It, la more palatable and much cluaptr.
Send for dMerlptlre Circular with Trttitnonlal
0f Vhytirtan froai all part of the countrj.
If Sample packages for trial, 38 cenU.
tttpur.1 If lilLLlNOB. CLAl'lt(CX.,llamiXae.
serine ChsmlatJ, Doston, tfaaa.
$1,000 PER AVEEK
CAN be made by any smart mau who tm
keep htahU'tno'sto hlinaclf. Address
D.l UEttMANN, Uobokcn,
L?aT. On Sunday night last, in tho
city, bolow Tenth street, an Alaska dla
mond cluator pin. The findor will bo re-
vardedby leaving it at this oiUco.
Coyne's oyator depot and restaurant
Oyitore in tho aholl and can, froah ovory
day, at I'll 1 1 SAup's old stand, between
Sixth and Seventh etreota, Cairo, ill.
MliS. Hult haajuat returned from the
OAtt with n full 'took or uilllinory gooda
eoa' and cUlldrun a ahoca (
tock of ladles' bnlr awitrhoa,
nd goods bclooglng to tho millinery
trade, cufla, hosiery, 'etc., with rt largo
lot of notions, which she will soil chonper
than any olhor placo In Cairo, Store'on
tho cornor of Blovcnth atreot and Welli
ngton avonuc. 2C5-3.'.'J.lf
Two rootna to ront, between Tenth and
Kloventh strode, on Waibington avenuo,
Apply at County Clerk's office.
Max Kueiink, tho organ builder,
rchdy at any time to tuno and repal
planoa and melodenaa. You may safely
truat your inatrumonts to bia care ; you
will not bo decoivod.
A W1XK guaranteed to Male and
Female AkbiiU In their locality.
Coats nothing to try it. .'articu
lar free. V O. VlCKKItYA CO.,
1 4MapU l uluii. Wirt LI t, mtlM f.r lllw nt I
IdlffUl CftbtU wHbovt thtrr. Til Biwixal
RuminBErrLittC.,t3TlVidt7,hiiv Vuk I
AGENTS WANTED SSniISS
MONOPOI.IKS AND THK l'KOl'LK
Kve ry Granger wants tt. It Is orlglna
and genuine. Address, for tennt, CO-Ol
KltATlVE rUll. CO., Cincinnati, HI. Louis
or Muscatine, Iowa.
UnTTXTn HCXr Wanted to larn telo-
IWUl'VI illEilX graphing, and take olll
cca on new lines which wo uro urnlshing
with operators, at salary from C0 to 8IW
Ser uoiiiii, oeau lor circulars, yuiurci
. W. TELEd'KAl'II INSTITUTE, Jsnca
AND INSECT POWDER.
For llaU, MIce,Itoachea, Ants, llod-llugs,
J. Y. UESItY, CUUllAN & CO.,
Ill, Obnthal H. K. Cojipany, 1
Ao' rs Okkiok, Cairo, Oct. 2, 1871.
To porsons wishing to ttltond the St.
l.o un lair, from October fi'.h to 10ll, wo
will sell oxcurjion tickets to Kiat St
Loula nnd return nt $G CO. Salea of tick
ets will comircnco October 3rd, and dis
continue October 10th, Tickets good to
return until tho l'itb, incluiivo.
Ja;ies Johnson, Agent.
Tho 'Sun', bolng both lesrnod and lynx-
eyed, dcclaros Its Inability to undei'itand
how all tho rooms in tbe bouio could be
ao full that tome of tho people at tho ao
ctablo should bo crowded into tho dining-
room. Tho 'Sun' hae really dlaoovored u
inaro's neat, nnd thcrofnro la not to blamo
wbon It aoya: ''Tho glorioa of bolng n
aleamboat pilot ii ono of tho tblnga of tho
pnit." Tho glorloi of being a blundering
writer la not confined to The Bulletin.
Thta aro a aolemn truth.
1'rop. Tatlok at tho Froo Itoltglous
Aaaoclatlon hall to-day at 3 and 7 p.m.
Tub J uvenii.ks. A raw dnya ago .Mr.
Lynch'a llttlo daughtor, Norma, onlcr
tnlnod a parly of her little friends on tho
occasion of her fifth birthday, and yester
day Mill Mintlo Dunning gave a limllar
party on ber aovonth birthday. Fifty
chlldron, boys and girls, bclpod to cole
brnto tho day, Tho afternoon was pasaod
In playing juvoullo gamoa, dancing, otc,
until five o'clock, wbon thoy wero placed
at tho beautifully arrangod and bountifully
spread tabid, nnd in dispatching the good
things beforo them tl.olr plcaiuro wai un
mistnknblo. Mitioa Joatlo Phillii and
Lulu Taco pretided nt tho piano; Dr.
and Mm. Dunning iimdo tho children toil
the roughly nt home, and tho littlu hoateas
was happtnots pcreonlfiod. An hour or io
after supper, the big cumber of amall
Do nof buv old onndics, that have been kept over tho
summer :uul arc stale, claiming homo lmuiufncture, Alao
mont entered Into a contract with them see to VOUV Weight. EvorV box OUght to Contain 11 V0 DOUiuls
for the euro or raarlno patients at a coat no ()r (j oilllCCS OVOV llVC pOUIHlS. lvemcmDer tllO plaCO
of aixtcou dollura por inonlh,thu hoipllal 1 u
Corner tstn t. ana wj asnmgton il.v.
The Only Placo in tho City where You can got a Complete Assortment.
Fon Salt: lluoov. We iloalro to acll
a splendid buggy almost new. Wo will
acll It at a trout sacrifice, l'eraona desir
ing a good bargain In a buggy bavo now
an opportunity to obtain one.
Wantkd A runuer wnntod, immedi
ately, at the Southern hotel. Mint come
well recommended. Good wages will be
paid to tbo right kind of a man.
STUAUT & GHOLSON.
Ire lake plrature tn cmnoiincin to
our friends that our dock vf Full and
Winter Goods is now arrivinq. We
shall offer this seaton a rtock of Drets
Fairies. Trimmings, Faney Good,
Kotions, etc., icitca for variety, style
and excellence of viatcrial, excels any
thing kc hate heretofore offered. Our
large and increasing trade cnallcs us to
luy from first hands at the leit sources
of supply. Ahcays on the alert to gain
every advantage in prices, tee are happy
to slate that this seaton ire have securtd
the most attractive stock in the market,
at jriccs tchich ice gaurantee "JtocJ;
Bottom." We affirm our ability to tfef
pli'eofe Chicago and St. Louis prices.
we AMP ONLY TH MOST
DESIHABMfi GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO ACCUMU.
LATE, MAKE NO HAD DEBTS,
AND, WILL NOT BE UNDER.
SOLD BY ANY HOUSE IN THE
i TRADE. A visit of inspection will
' tinvinee purehaurs of the extraordi
nary bargains offered ly the popular
Ud progressive one.prlu, cash Dry
Qoodi house of
! Stuart & Gholson.
NoTica to tub I'unLic. Tho now
packing houi market In Wilcox's block
will bo opon Saturday next, with fresh
meats and now lard, at tho loweat mnrkot
price. Howe & lino.
On and nftor Oct. lit, tho prioo or day
board at tho St. Charles Ilotol, to now
bonrdors will bo $115 par month. Only a
limited number will ba rocelved at tho
New Dancinu Cluu. Twenty of our
beat young men met at tho St. Charlca
laat night tn urgnntca a dancing club.
Thoy did not fully organize, but will hnvo
another mooting to-morrow night, when
all arrangomonta will bo made.
Fnseii SUM'LV. Mr. P. Fitzgerald lina
juat received and hae on mlo at his sales
room, a large stock of Knglish ale, porter,
Llenneiay brandy and winca, nnd liquors
of all kinds, which he will dispoao of at
reaionnbio prlcea. 260-9-l!3-lm
Foil Sale. Tho ferryboat "Mollie
Thoma, now at Cairo, Keady for Ira
raodlate uao will bo aold choap, Apply
to D. A.tTKLL,
OBlce St. L., I. Jl. nnd S. It. 11.
Tne Saoramentof tho Lord'a Supper
will bo administered In tho l'roibyterian
church this morning. In tho evonlng,
Dr, Thayer will preach upon tho follow
ing: "Tho Divine Legislation upon In
Mm. L, J. bi-EAH haa ono of tho finest
Blocks of mllllnory gooda ever openod In
Cairo. Store on Commercial nvonuo,
cait aido, oppoalto Winter's block, be
tween Seventh and Eighth street.
206-9-80-Ot Mug. L. J. SritAii.
Sunday Lecturm. l'rofenor T. 11.
Taylor will lecturo to-day in the hall of
tba Freo Ilollgloua Aiaociatlon, cornor of
Twollth and Washington avenue, nt
8 and 7 o'clock p.m. -Tho publlo aro cor
dlully Invited to hear theaa instructive
and scholarly locturoa. 310-10. t-It
rKMJMUKUa. Those holding Invlla
tationa to tbo l'orurbauua club party can
obtain tlckota at Paul O. Schub'a, Frank
Healy'a, T, E Bulllvan'a, and M. J
ilcliauley'i drug stores, uud Phil, n.
tiaup'l, or any of the invitation commit
Look Out roil Uaiioainb, Mr. A
Marx has Just roturncd from Now York,
whoro he purchased ono of the flnoit and
largost stock of clothing, gent's furrilib
ing goods, linls, etc., of tbo very latest
stylo, which ho will sell LOWF.lt than
tho lowest, All goods marked In plain
Cibcuit Couht. Tho suit of the Xsih-
vllle and Chattanooga It. II. vs. Sherllf
Irvin, to recover poneailon of the Green
Hoe wharlboat was on the board all of
yeitorday, and la 'Ikely to occupy tho
llrao of court Monday. The traveraojury
for the aecond week was dlichargod at ton
Lvcu Evicnr Dat Oeorgo Lattner
oorner of l'ourlotnth and Waibington
Tuc ourccr snop is un tnn corner m
Kighth street and Commercial nvcnuo
wncro J. George Stienhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your loelloga with a smooth ahavo, or cool
your tomper nnd head with n good sham
poo. It la a first-clara shop, nnd you aro
sure of recoivinn flrst-claaa trcatmont
Lndlos' nnd children's hair cut or curled
in the moat npprovnd stylo. 8-15-tf.
Ulnu's C0VHT. Iiobert Unfa was ar
rested by Chief McIIalo knocking down
Henry Henry Lylc, who had nceiuod him
of stealing aomo of hie clulhoa aovi-ral
years ago, He was nascaaod 11 vo dollars
and costa; total, $10,05.
Henry Lylo, nrrcatod by Ohiof JIc
Halo on complaint of Henry lima, for
using language llablu to provoke a breach
of the puaco, Uo was aisetaod tho inmo
as tbo formor. llotli paid their liltlo
indobteincss to tho city.
Fuor. Taylok at thu Froo Itellgious
Aakoclation hall to-day at 'J and 1 p.m.
Jon I'.OKKKKii is now in full control of
tho Wnahington bakery, nnd having
learned the wants of tbo public, la pre
pared to supply on call all demands for
Frouch lonf, lloslon, llrown nnd Ornham
bi cud, nnd everything clao ordinarily
found In a first-vluei bakery. Ho main
tains a full stock of confuctlonorlor, and
can, ns well us any other dealer in tho
city, 1111 all ordorj in that lino.
Cakes baited, frosted or ornamented on
short notico. Spoclal attontion glvon to
tho orders of wedding or picnic partlos.
Mn. W. Tniao, grocor, No.i!38 Wash
ington nvonuo, has juat roturnod from St
Loula, whoro ho has been giving hla
perional attontion to tho solcction nnd
purchase of a lango stock of lino and
fancy grocorics. His now goods began to
arrtvo yeitorday, nnd conslits of nil kluds
of tous, coffees, sugara, nnd n gonoral as
sortment of family groceries, canned
fruits, nuts, drlsd fruits, corn, boans,
plcklee, cranberrlos, tropical fruits, etc.,
otc, Al of which was bought for cash
nnd will bo aold for cash only, but vory
1'rov, Taylok at tho Free lloligioua
Aaaoclatlon hall to-day nt 3 nnd 7 p. m
1'oi.iuk uouiiT. Jim Thornton and
Win, Carroll have formed a ryudlcato to
monopolize tho newaboyi buaineaa of
Cairo. A boy by tho namo of Frank Caton
arrived In town yeatorday morning from
v inconnos, nnu uniting tnat be could not
obtalu employment, Invested his lait dol-
lar iu dally pnpora. Ho had not boon
out on tho streota many hours, bafuro ho
was htiacKou uy 'mormon and Carroll
They tore rip hla stock In trndo nnd throw
IK la tho'rlvor, and after culling him
about tile our j, ordered him nevor BL'aln
to staryin buainets within Ibclr territory.
Policeman Lshuo brought them bofoio
Judgo Brois and thoy wore fined Ave dol
lars nnd costs onch.
At a communication of Cairo Lodge,
No.i!37, A. F. nnd A. M., Soptombor 28,
tho following prenmblo and resolutions
were adoptod :
WheronS, Our Grand Master above has
taken from our midst our worthy brother,
J. W. Stormont, who died nt bis retUunco
in Cairo on thn eighteenth day of Snplom
bcr lait, nod while wo would boroby sub
rnit to tho dispensation of an nll-wlao Cre
ator, yet under a doop scmo of that hflllct
ing and mournful visitation of providenco,
we feel It a debt wo own to tho memory of
our decoased brother to give aomo cx-p-easion
of our feulloga in vtow nf tbo oc
casion, nnd py that trlbuto due to hla
ltoanlvcd, That in the death of brother
T. A. Siormonr, Ihla lodgo baa loat a wor
thy brother matter maton, and thn com
munity In winch ho lived n useful citizen,
hla boroaved wlfo and child an affection
uln huaband and fond parent.
Kesolvud, That thn mumbara nf tbla
odgn louder to tho beroaved ficnlly of
our deceased brother, our moat eincero and
heartfelt sympnthini nnil pnodolunoo.
Heiolvod, That tho members of this
lodge wear the .usual badge of mourning
for thirty days, and that tho furnlturo of
tho lodgo bnclothod in mourning.
Kcaolved, That a copy of this preamble.
nnd resolutions ba sproad upon tho min
utes of the lodge, nnd a copy forwardiid to
the OAino HtiLLKTlN for publication,
and n copy proacnted to tho widow of our
LOUIS JOROKNSKN, )
U. F. Hlakb, (-Committee.
11. k. ii AN WA hi no, J
11. Jonks, faihlonablo bootmakor, bai
moved into his now homo nest to hla old
stand on Commercial nvonuo, nnd asiurcs
bis frlenda that ho la bottor than over pro.
pared to aatlafy them in tho atylo, stook,
lit, etc., of their boots and ahocs. An evi
dence of his ability to latlsfy uvorybody,
tnny bo loon In tho fact that ho ia crowdod
with wortr, and bai baon compollod toora.
ploy three inoro flrst-claaa workmen, Ho
manufactures every stylo of boots or ihooa
and uioi only tho boat of matorlal In all
caaoi, whether inaklug n cow-hldo shoo
or a pair of the finest Fronch calf boots,
Cilvo him a trial. Satisfaction Is guaran
Nnw Millinkhy Goods. With com-
mendablo enterprise, Mrs. M,, Swnndur
has redttod and refurnlshod her mllll-
Personal. Charlci L. Fitch, gonoral
freight agent of tho Mobllo & Ohio rati
roA'l, will be In tho city over Sunday. at
tbo St. Charles.
Motos D. Mlnton, of Clear Creek, Will
bo in town for a fow days.
Gonoral It. K. Wceloy, a formor
prominont officer In tho confedcrato army,
furmthlnc overvthinir. Tbo numbor of
lick Increased steadily, nnd In tho spring
of lEUStbe hospital wai removed from thn
Eleventh atroet h)tne to a largor build
Ing known oa the pilot houio, now occu
pled by Mr. Halloy'i. Tbo Institution
wai so well patronized that It was found
nocosaary ngaln to look moro commodious
The lota on Walnut struot, between
Crosa nnd Twcnty-Thlrd alreeta wero ao
cured J tho alatera purchaaod the U. S,
Commlainry building, took It apart
moved tho matorlal and erected tho prea
cnt hospital building.
On tho Focond floor aro twelve largo
wardi, handsomely carpeted, and furn
iahod with comfortablo beds, buroaul,
itauda, cto, Theae rooms are lntondud for
tho uso of poraons not duputidont on chir
Uy in cato of alckneia or accident. Such
poraons aro chargod two dollara a day for
board and nuralng, cxcluslvo of medical
nttondaticc. Xhuro aro several rooma on
Una floor, comfortably but more plainly
furniihed fur persona of limited moana
one dollar a duy, with board and nuralng
ia tho chargu lor thuso.
Tho clotboaroom on this fl jor,la well llllod
with linen for bandagca, toweh, quilts o'.c.
Tbe dormitory, whero tbo aialura alcop,
ii a plainly furnirhed room on tbo aecond
floor, und coutaina five beds. Oppoallo to
thia room la tbo ulntng room tor tbo all
tors, thla la a small room, simply furnished.
A building In tho rear of thu tnatu one,
75 by 20 feet, is for the use of colored pa- i
THIS (,'JLUItD WAtlD,
It contains thirty or moro boji. Thcro
ia alro a third building, 18 by 10, one part
of which la used as a bakery and the
olbor for n laundry. Thoro aro alao a
roomy stable, wood shed, honnery and
On tbo first lbor la a dining room about
IS by 'J5 fur patlenta. The kitchen de
partment ia in charge of two alatera,
asiiated by two aorvantt. Tho citizens'
ward on this floor is largo and airy and
conlatna fifteen beds. Tho marino ward
la of tho aamo aizo aa tho uthar. Tho col
ored Warda, two in numbur, oro large,
plainly furnished and contain fifteen cola
The room lu which thoso aro given ia
amall, but fixed up with every nppliancu
for the uco intonded.
Thia la tho aamo tlze of the bath room ;
It la well atockod with druga, which aro
arranged on aoven shelves, oxtonding'
around two thirds of tho room. S
Aside from those mentioned above they
have a number of rooms tha aro fur
nished, which aro rented at ono dollar per
day, which Includes everything, board,
care and medical attendance. Connoctod
wllh tho hospital. proper, aro eight
alstora. Dr. II. Wardnor is in charira of
Steamer Jim Flak, Padusah
" F P Uracoy, Kvnnivilln
" Mannullo, Cincinnati
" John .Means, St Louts
Suslo Sllvor, Now Orleans
" City of Choator, Momphla
" City of Holona, Vicusbiirc
11 Atlantic, St Louis
Slnamor Jim Flsk, Paducab
" P P Oracey, Kvaoavlllo
11 Maiinulle, Memphis
" Suilo Silver, St Louis
" City of Cbeitor, St Louii
" City of Helena, St Louli
IIoats to Lkavi: To-day Stoamera
Sllvorthornc, Kvatisyillo; Commonwoiiltb,
New Orleanej Atlnnllc, Now Orloam;
Paragon, New Orlenni: Capitol City,
Vlcksburgi Utah, Arkantss lllvor; John
11 Mau le, New Orlrans; Jco A Sctlddor,
Now (lrhjtns; Jim Plsk, Paducab,
ItivKii. Weatiikh aii Musiness.
Tho rivor last evening was 7 feel C and
1-n iii' Ins on the gauuc, having folio nnd
t!-r incbea during tho previous 21 hours.
L-ss than C foot water la reported to St.
Lt.u;, nnd tho rlvor falling rapidly, but
an Improvement In '.hi lowor Ohio Is rn
ported, which will lot Iho hvanivllle
nacketa out on time for a fow daya. Tho
wcatbor continues fine, nnd business con
W'All DKIT. HlVEIt ltXH)Itl,l
O.'tubsr 1ST4. J
ZmS 1 An('MM,:ltc-lAL AV
WjBSsl '"LM'K.-l', L. WlL-MJ-trJGrjL?
f.UMH. DenlM. his always on
hand n fro li aupn y of NI ro Oxide or
l.ailgnlng (lac. TccMi ixinictcil nl all
houra, duy and night 0-17-tI
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
THK FOllTY-FIPT" ANNUAL
SESSION of Sludica In tbo
ST. LOUIS UNIVUIISITV
Will begin on
HON DA V, Stil'TKMMHt Till, 1674
For Prospectua, giving terms, Instruc
tions to parents, iVc, Ac, apply to or
UKV. JOS. O .ISA LAND, S. J.,
St. IstnU University, St, Lou la, Mo.
ICE. ICE. ICE.
station?. lowwater C"a"
Ft. In. fl. Hi.
I'ltt.tjurg Ti -!i
i;liiciinil -1 Hi xi
i.ouisiii 1 - r i
Jlvaii.vlle 1 1 n .
Na-hvllle d 7 xl xl!
!;t. I.UIIH , 1 M 8
tho marino, Dr.. J. Gordon of tho col-
Til It CIllOUNDS.
Thoyyard Ia well laid out with cood
gravbf walks, and tbe front part planted
with shrubbery, Honors and thado trsea
Tbo rear is usod as n vogotable gurdeu.
Prof. Tatlou nl tho Frco Itellglou!
Aiaociatlon hall to-day at 3 and 7$ p rn.
THE T. UIIAIILKS HOTEL llOS BOVCrA
ploasant rooms on 'tho upper floor, euita
bio for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tho wintor,awlth board, ut vory reasonable
was at tho St. Charles yesterday. Ho loft rod, and DiyWrn. Wood of tho county
iasi uvuaiug tor uis unmo ai jiouvar, patients.
Wo pick out this lilt as among the most
prominent of twenty arrivals at tho Del
monico: O Portor Tlflln, 0; John J.Emo
ry, Cincinnati; John llomine, llockport,
Ind.; and Tboi, Woods, Metropolis.
Tbe following poraons aro roglilored
at tho Planters' t Chai S Hartley and
wife, tit Loula; Chas M Stuart and wife,
St Loula; Alex Cornell, I)u Uola, 111; 1) A
Long, Now York; KJtvard Folstoin, Ger
many. Charloa W. Andoreon, of Naihvillo,
gonoral frolgbt agont of tbo Nashville,
Ohatanooga ii St. Loula railroad, will bo
in tho oity for some daya attondlng court.
Hla headquarters will bo r.t th St.
Captain W. H. Hoiock, U. S. A., is at
tho St. Charka. Ho i boro to inako ar-
rangementa for tho tranaportatlon of alx
companies of Cuatar's cavulry, four to go
to Now Orleans, and two Shreveport,
They aro expected to pass through Culro
Wo find tho following prominent por
nagos rcgiatered nt tho St Charloa; D
M Enemies, St Loula; E P Uurlinghsm,
Springfield; M Slorno, St Loula; Captain
W Hoaack, USA; Ell Colo, Hcllvue,
Iowa; H S Mono, New Orleans; H F
Willis, Mias; H A Goodwin.
We aro glad to know who General
Taylor waa, don't think wo over heard of
him beforo, and It li vory kind of the Sun
to ihlno for us, but we don't bollovo Gen
eral Taylor waa tho man who said "wo
are at pesco with all tho world and tho
rjaat of mankind," Oomo again, Uomoa-thenes.
GF.NKn.vL Itkhs. Tbo atojiiiboatincu'a
convention nt St. IahiIs is extluiing
newspaper roportsrs from ila seealotis.
Tno Atlantic got ono nf her bargt
ai-round nt Powora' Islam, and after
bringing out the ntf l.er tow night-b
fro laat, went hack with an empty bar
to lighten it ell'. Tbo grounded bar';a I
No. io. Sho aucccoded In getting cut
with 1; last evoning.
Tho Paragon waa ngro,ind at Powera'
Island ovcnlng beforo last, mi 1 the Com
monwealth above thcro waiting to get
over. Both boats wera drawing more
water than was reported in thu channel.
Thonowbargo No. CI, of tbo Valjoy
Company, had not arrived last evoning,
on the chats.
THOMAS S PRO AT & SON
Win. U'lo nt.d Ilctail Dealers In
PUKE LAKE ICE,
Cniro, noli, and Columbus, Kentucky
Calm ofllee at llulcn ii Wllson'a, corner
IWelltli street ami Ohio levee.
We will vunrn Ice wagon throughout t
Ho i on. dellv.'rlni; puro lake li: lis any pa
of 'hec'ty at the bunt mtrkct price, au
v.illaNj mm ih our frl ml ou'n dc tbn clt
with i-o -v t'l" cake or carlo id, ce i I
aw dmt, fur shipment to any dlaiuuer-
"' a iCew improved
3lATTIlE3!S AND FUHMTUltE MANU-
factuhes, Messrs. Sogrist and Har
man havo openod, on Washington avonuo
between Tblrtoonth and Fourtoenth
street a shop, whoro thoy propoio to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattroiica, upholatorlng, aofna, loungoa,
chairs, etc., ar.d alao ropalrlng and ro
varnishing furnlturo of all doicrlptloni.
They will sow and lay down carpota and
bang paper. Now mattrostos and furnl
turo made to order, Teoy havo oomo to
Cairo to stay, and rosDectfullv solicit the
patronago of tho puhllo. 283-5J.2C.lra
Schenck-'s Pulmonic Sraur For the
euro of consumption, coughs nnd colds
Tho great virtue in this mediclno is that It
ripons tho matter and throws it out of the
system, purities tho blood, and thus clTucts
eCHXNCK'H SKA WEED TONIC, FOll THE
CUIIB OF DVHl'El'HIA, INDIGESTION, AC.
The tonic produces n boalthy action of
tho stomach, creating an appetlto, forming
chyle, and curing tho most obitlnato caaoa
SCIIENCK'S MANDltAKE PlLLB FOK THE
Cukb of LivEii Complaint, ccc.
Theie pills nro alteratlvo, and produco
n healthy notion of tho llvor without tho
loast danger, as thoy aro freo from cal
omol, nnd yot moro effacloua in restoring
a healthy action of tho llvor.
Theio romodios nre n corlaln euro for
Consumpton, ns the Pulmonlo Syrup
ripons tho mattor and purldoi tho blood,
Tho Mnndrako Pills net upon tbo llvor
create a healthy bile, and removo nil dis
eases of tho v or, often a eauso
of Consumption. Tho Sea
Weed Tonio gives tone nnd
strength to tho stomach, makes a good
digestion, and onublei tho organs to form
good blood; and thus creates a hoalthy
circulation of healthy blood. Tho com
bined action of theio medicines, ns thus
explnlnod, will euro every case of Con
sumption, U taken in time, nnd the use of
tho medicines preserved in.
Dr. Scbecck Is profoesionnlly nt hla
principal ofllco, corner Sixth and Arch
Sis., Philadelphia, every Monday, whero
nil letters for advlco must be uddressed,
Scbonok's medicines forealo by Druirelats.
Foil Sale, A good fruit farm, one
mile woit of Cobden station, ou tbo I. C
It. It., Mid ulghty rods east of tho Cairo
and St, Loula railrcud, Snld farm hae
llmo kiln working on It, nnd contalna n
fino bed of lime rock. The fruit trees just
coming Into bearing, consist nf apples,
pears, cherries and plums. Also atraw
berries, niipborrici, blackborrics, pic
plant, etc. Will bo sold tor a email sum
down, balunco on long tlmu' Inquire of
J. Limbert, cornor Eighteenth etreet and
Commercial avenue, or C. Wimton, Ohio
levee, Cairo Illinois. 9-27-'2h
isiiii ii in sim am in sim
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker k Jllnko,)
PAINTS & OILS
And tho cclcbruted llliimluatlng
II r osn' Huilding, 11th St.& Oomorciol Av
M. R. KUEHNE,
COK.13TH AN D WALNUTST11EET
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vienna,' 1873.
The lllgbcat Order n: "Medal i Awarded
al the Exposltluii.
SO SEWINfl MACHINE RECEIVED A
A WAY GOOD KKASOXS:
1. A New Invention thoroughly tested
ind b- cured by Letter l'utunt.
2. Malid tii fi'.ufk.ct l)ck Stitch, allko
an botli S'lilc, on all klndsol goode.
3. Huns l.titht, einootli, oltHcjs, and
Itnpla Liuft I'Oiiiblna'iou ot qualities.
4. Durable ltuna tor years without re
pairs. 6. Will do all varilicaof Work and Fancy
Stlt 'hlng lu a till penor manner.
0 Is inostcaMy managed by tho opera
tor Length of Itch uuy be altered while
running, nnd machliio can ho threaded with
out pailii throad through boles.
V Do-tgn tilniplo. Ingenious, Elegant,
lormlng tlio stitch without tho uso of (Jo's
Wheel Us-ara, Hotarv 'Jams or Lovr Arms,
lias tbo Automatic Drop Feed, which In
sure uulronn length ol titltch at any gpeood
litis our new Thretut Controller, which fnl
Iowa raay mnvement of uocdle.bar uud
provents Injury to thread.
5. Construction moat carctal and fin
ished. It Ih manuructtired by the most skill
lul an I experienced machanlcs, at tho celii
Iirteil ltK.MINdTON AHMlmi , ll.lO.V. -N. Y.
Chicago Olllcc, B37 Stato Street.
' r .
To the Killtor of The Hui.litmn:
KrtTKF.MKl) FltlEND! Ynll ivlllplcato. .,
foim yuiir raderti that I have a positive'
CUlti: l'Olt CONSUMPTIONS
ill disorders of tho Throat anil 11
Unit, by lt mo iu inv nructlev. II
liuimrcds ol cases, aud will cltsy
S1.000 00 f
or n caso u will not benefit. Imv
ll-ol.alj inn Tital. I ...II ,m"
IDllllff id (III 4 " J I RUJIlt
riti;K, to anv f-uikrer addri'.lii
i'lcH't) pIiow Ihirt 'otter to unv ono
xnnw who U ullVrIntf Woin thosc '
in 1 1 nliliirn l.'tiil It Mill tf Vnllrc . '
SSU umiVf LmtM J IMItll-'SIJ a Vltt9t
DR. T. F.
d u JU
DR . W. ULAt? & CO.,
GERMAN PIIYSiq t
st fpiality, either
Juaora I)lock'(up etalrs) r orr5". NSG?..J).!ll
and Waahhigton Ave-
nTJCjrnAnT To Tn twa P
UJJOAX1UAJ1JU A w juai.ifir
ritipiiy Itellef for Young Men tto
Manhood Kehtorcd. liiiiieillinuuU tol
flago r inuu'd. ewmethidoi treiitiV
New and rinarkiible rem dies, llouksTS;
Jrculur sent freo lu sealed cnvelopua, nd
lles, IIOWAUD ASSOCIATION, 4IU
erili Minn ai., a-iiimueiuiiia, j'a., nu
natitutlon bavim; a hlRb rciiutatlon tar
toroablo conduct und prolctslouul ekill,