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MB W ADVERTISEMENTS
MONDAY EVENING, Octobrl2tli.
rl rs't a p'p'e aranoe
or the Charming Young Artist
FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Who will appear for n few nJVl"
Admission cVnt. Ke.eiT id . . M .cents,
UfcHdrtn under twelve 23 cents, children In
netrod scats 33 cent. ...
TJEPWTofXTcoBdrtlorore CRY National
XvBu otCklto, at Cairo, In the Mate of UUnolt, t
She dote of busineta OttoUr 2, HI.
Lou and dhcovinu..-. .
U. S.txmdi to secure drsula-
U. 8. toads on hand...........
Other slockj,boM and mort-
Dua from rcdeeralof and re
Km asrnti... .
from clhfr national bantt
S)m TWun mil twnlta j
Cvtrtnt expnjti, and Uses
taHf n s i sea i mt a imit,
Checks ud other ctih.Ucmi
IWHb of ether nation! bank
Fraction currency, (Including
blcVels) a iiHiMitH
under aotet .,,,.
Tin w ccal Kedmptlon
Cardial stock paid ln.....
Surplus ' fund. M.
Otaer unolTtoed proftu,'... ......
Dua to aieer 3aUonal Ibnlii.
XJM te SUM' Lulu and bankers.
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State of Illinois, eountr of Atexandsr, ti.
X; A.U.-BAlrrOJlD, Ojhler of the City Na
tional Bat ot Cairo, d lolcranly awear that the
above auttnent U truetotha best of my knowledge
and belief. J
A, H. SAFFOltD, Cashier.
Bubtcrtbed and sworn to be tore m thit llh day of
October, 1871. " " ,
CorreU Attett ;. IV' .
W. P. .HA.LI.1DAY,
0, 1J. WILLIAMSON
DKL'OBT or tha eondltlon ,orthe Flnt alloJ
XV Bank at Cairo, In the Pule x( llllnoli, at tha
doM af bualnaaa, Oeuber JL 1874,
V asm .ail Jl-MM.HM ..... . . .
SI, 173 IS
. 4 35 0.S
OvantraABH.HM- m .
Vi S: jBanditaaecurcdrenlatlon
Other stocks, bonds and, noro .
kV t ",337 63
nk...- . rjs J-'-M
Doe from .redeeming and
Dua rVotasrher national banks
Baal estate .furaltura and fu$-
Current czpenaes, and taaea paid
Okeeks and other cath ltems-..
Bills of othae National Haati
Fsactiwnal - currency, including
Bseclatniludlng gold 1'reuury
-'llftai tt i ii iwwwiwwtwwm
Thecal tender notce.
U.S. certificates of tlepoilte for
8,600 0 0
Canltal itock'nald In,
Other undivided prohts
Kational Uank notes ouUundlDg...... OO.iwo 00
inoinauai aepoiu. ..... iw,iw is
iJue 19 suic oanaa aou paokeri 24 1IJ
Tout ........ Jt.'3S.13t 13
State of lUiaoli, Alexander county, if.
1, Charles Cunningham,' cuhler of the above
named Bank of Cairo, do solemnly sweat that the a bora
atatanent is true to tha best of my knowledge and be
lief. CITAS. CUNNINGHAM, Caihier.
Subscribed and. sworn to before mo this Cth
day of October. 1874.
II. II. CANDEE, Notary Tubllc.
Correct Atteit i
J. n. i'mi,i,ii'.s
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STUART & GHOTiSON.
We take, pleature in announcing to
our friendt that our ttoch of Fall and
lYt'nfer Gfooata is now arriving. We
thall offer thit ttaion a ttoch of Dress
JFabrict. Trimmings, Fancy Goods,
Notions, etc., ch(ch for variety, style
and excellence of material, excels any
thing voe have heretofore offered. Oar
largt and incrcusing trade enables us to
luy from first hands at the lest sources
of sjply. Always on the alert to gain
every advantage in prim, ice are happy
to state thai this season tec have secured
the most attractive slock in the market,
at prices which tec guarantee "Rock
Bottom." We Jinn our ability to du
j)Ucaf Chicago and Si. Imds prices.
We KEEP ONLY THE MOST
DESIliABME GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO ACCUMU
LATE, MAKE NO DAD DEllTS
AND; WILL NOT BE UNDER
SOLD BY ANY HOUSE IN THE
TRADE. A visit oj inspection will
convince purchasirs of the extraordi
nary bargains ojfered by the popular
and progressive one-price, cash Dry
uoodt nouse of
Stuart & Gholson.
NOTICE TO COMTBASTOUS,
Sealed proposals, nddretsed to tbo city
cotrtxdl of the city of Cairo, Mill be received
attny oftce, fio. IS Commercial avenue.
uttUe'dOtJcaMW. of Tuesday, the laid
day !-Oetober, 187a, for furnUliiuK tho
material tad doing the wort for tbo con.
atructloAot asewertbrougb tho Ohio levee
at or sear Tblrty-rlcbtli street.
Said ier It to be constructed according
iuw iu bum api-cumtivHi. juruuaeu iy
Joan l Ussier, city engineer, and ivbSeli
yswsHu nwciucauor are bow on Die In
wr cee subject, to examination at any
TsWJiaity to wiioia the contract may be
swW will to reUlrod to give a sjood
m4 mrf-den boBd for the fsluTiut perform-
Tie aUf oesmeil reserves the rluht to re
ject My and all proposals,
llsi'X0t fi 8. Cox, City Comptroller.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
SATrJitUAY, OCTOBER 10, 1874.
beads, good paper aud finely printed, lor
One thousand statement printed at Tnit
1IULLKTI.N OlHCO lor 3.W) 10 4 .W.
t nntn hfliitu nrln'cdatTn
Bulletin office for ft.oo ; two thousand for
One thousand business eanl,fl;ie Bristol
board, printed at '1 lie Ilur-LKTIN olllce lor
from S'J.50 to ?U.00, according to lue.
Qkt your oystors at tno Dolraonloo.
Fob Kent. A
fino oottago. Inquire
of Ucorgo Fliber.
oystors at Ujo
Elliott Aj Hatthobn havo recelrcd
another Invoico of tboto cheap hats. Go
early it you want sno. 322-1 0-8.2t
SILK HATS! BILK 11 ATS 1
Silk llats mado to order at A. Marx's,
70 Ohio lovoo.
jrnuii ojtlort or notblng olto you
want at tbo Delmonlco Kcstaurant npon
day and night.
Uo to Elliott & Uaythorn for evory va
riety of footwear. It is tho best and cheap
At Littlu Hock. Henry Sayprs Is at
Little Bock, Arkansas. AVe acknowledge
tho rocolpt from him of a copy of tho Ar
Tub CitKAPEST. Wo mako tbo bold
assertion that wo will do job printing for
Cairo business mon cboapor tban nny
etborolllce in tho world. Fact; try us
Vn. Jenbllb. Can bo found nt hi
dental parlon on eighth etroot at als
hours. Best of references clvcn as to pro
Coyne'h oyster depot and rosWurant
Oystors in tho eholl and can, fresh evory
day, at l'hil Saup's old stand, botwocn
Sixth and Sov'cnth streots, Cairo, ill.
Lost. On tho streot, a round broast
pin, (lady's) with coral cross on contor.
Tbo findor will be rewarded by leaving it
at Tub Bulletin offlco. lo-a-St
Two rooms to rent, bdtwoon Tenth and
Iovonth streets, on Washington avonuo.
Apply at County Clerk's offlco.
We Mean It. We have an aflectlon
for Cairo business mon, and thoroforo will
print bill beads, cards, bills of lading, &e.,
tor mom ai cosi just to lioop our proisos
Delightful. Tuo weatbor is delight
ful. It cannot bo beiton by any other
weather In tho world ; and I'ariidiso
would be put to its bost.to furnish a supe
OIL The oil-llghtlnp; project is belnc
again agitated. But gas is the thing, and
to gas we will adhero forover. Give us
gas cheap gas or give ub liberty or
Where it Camb Fiiom. Tbo prlzo
beef on exhibition and for salo by Koehlor
Bros., tbis morning, was raised by G. W.
Harris, Llbortyville, St. Francis county,
Missouri. It Is a beauty.
For Sale Buooy. Wo doslro to soli
a splondld buggy almost now. Wo will
sell It at a crcat sacrifice. Persons desir
ing a good bargain in a buggy havo now
an opportunity to obtain ono.
Lusk. Wo bad the pleasuro of meet
ing Lusk, formerly of Shawnootown, now
of 'The Tazowell ltepubllcan,' Vokln
Lusk Is one of tho most Industrious and
able editors in tbo stato, and besides ho Is
a confounded good follow.
The German School society will givo
a ball on tbo -'Cth Inst., at John School's
nail. A gonoral invitation is given to
all. Full notice, with committees, etc.,
will bo given next weok. 320-10-".Ct
HOT1CS TO THE l'UHLIO. IIlO HOW
packing house market In Wilcox's block
will bo open Saturday next, .with fresh
moats and now lard, at tho lowost market
prico, Howie &llr.o.
On and aflor Oct. 1st, tho prico of day
board nt tho HI, Ucarlos llotol, to sow
boarders will bo $25 por month. Only a
limited numbor will bo re:olvod at the
From Enoland. Mr. Logg, of Leeds,
England, was in tbo city Thursday, tho
guest of Capt. Halllday. Mr, Legg is tbo
priucipal stockholder in tho Cairo City
Ur the Hoap. Major Morrill, super
intendont of the Cairo and Vinoonnos
railroad, with Mr. Goodrich, freight and
passongor sgont, and Mr. Oakley, tress
urcr, passed along tho lino yesterday on n
spocial train paying olf tbo employes of
Soi lAiiLKs. Tbo Liberal Boliglous as
soclatlon of tbis city will bold, during tbo
winter, a serlos of sociables. Tbo stand
ing of tbo ladios and gontlomon concorncd
fives ainplo aisuranco that tbo proposed
rounlons will result successfully, us woll
socially as financially.
Foil Bent, Five flno rooms und hull
on second floor of my bouse, on Twontlolh
street." The rooms havo all been over
hauled and are In dun order. Water on
fho samo floor. Wif, Ehlepm.
Dancing School. G. 0. Bodcn will
organize classes In dancing nt Klugo'
Hall, corner Sixth street and Washington
avenue, Saturday, October 91b, 1874. New
features and now dances. Juvenile, class-
os, on Saturday, nt 3 p. m. Ladlos and
gentlemen's classes. Monday and Thurs-
day ovenlngi, at 7 o'clock.
l.vjunxD. Mr. Tbotnas J. McOluro, a
largo f armor of Alexander county, was
injured In a railroad accident that oocur
red near Holly Springs, Mississippi. It
was reported In Catro that no bad bocn
killed, but wo tiavo pleasure In saying
that ho was only slightly Injured.
jJoabu or County Commiisiomkim. To
tho exclusion of almost alt otborxnattor
from Tug Bullctin wo publish this
morning ibo report of tho proceedings of
tho last sositon of tho board of county
commissioners of this county. Evory tax
payer has an interest In the proceedings
of the board, and will find the report In
Honor to Cairo Tho election of Mr.
Geo. K. Lounsberry, of this city, grand
master of tho Masons of Illinois, Is an
honor of whtcb Cairo may woll bo proud.
Mr. Lounsberry leonoof tbo "brightest"
Masons In tbo country', and will fill tho of
flco of grand mattor In an acceptable man
nor, to bis own credit and tho advantego
family UnocBRY. Albert Orlndlor
bos openod a family grocery storo on the
corner of Center and walnut strooU, op
poslto the High School building. Ho will
keep all articles usually kept on salo in
uch itoroi'. "Ho Invites tbo nubllo toclvo
him a call, no will ondoavor to mnko It
to tbo ndvnntnpo of tho people to pntron
A Stkanuk Device. Cnpt. Sol. Sil.
vor, passongor agont of tho Anchor Lino,
vIMtod tbo St. Xouis fair 011 Thursday,
and stopped at tho Now Llndell llotol.
At tho fair ho purchased n strango llttlo
dovlco that enables a person to ico out of
tbo back part of his hoad. Sol. ipeuds
most or hlstlmonow taking rolroipoctlvo
You will llnd tbo latoat styles at Elliott
&Hy thorn's. Thoy aro ottering dry goods
oi ovory description at pricos that should
Winter's Block. Tho olevnted slda
Walk Is being removed from tbo sldo of
Wintor'e block on Soventh streot. Tho
sidewalk will bo laid to the crado of the
city. This is a groat improvomont, nnd
will add much to tho usefulness of the
basomont rooms of tho building. Wo
understsnd that tho building Is to bo
cbangod into a hotel.
James Greanry will entortain bis
frsends with a grund freo lunch at tbo
"May Flower" saloon, corner Nineteenth
street and Commorclal avonne, to-morrow
(Saturday) ovonlng, at nlno o'clock, and
nopos to too tbom all out to a man,
Everybody is Invited and requostod to
mako themselves at borne. 31'0-10.0-'Jt
Fine Display. It will beat tho world
the display at Koohlor & Bros, to-day, su
perintended by Mr. Phil. Howard. Bo
sidos tho flno boof on chow and for sale,
thero wilt bo tho finest mutton, veal and
pork; ovor oxhibltod in this city; and also
overr variety of sausages. The meats
will bo sold as low as tho lowest; and, wo
ventb.ro to say, will bo admittod to bo tho
vory beat ovor before sold in Cairo.
The ladies of tbo Frosbytorian church
have 6ocured;tbo Woll, call It tho "Fer
ry Houso," ot ilr. Thorns, for tholr oys
ter suppor on noxt Tuusday night. Thoy
proposo furnishing a first class supper, in
cluding ico cream and tbo et cotoras, for
60 conts. Gontlomon aro requested not to
go home to supper, as tno "sociable" ta
bles will bo roady for guests at half-past 5
o'clock in the evening.
Saturday Nioht. Tho Democrallo
Liberal commltteo has been organizod at
last, and will meet on Saturday night
next, at tbo offloo of John Q. Herman,
Esq. "Parties Inturestod" nro requested
to moot with the committee, by which ex
pression wo understand the committoe to
moan all porsons who doslro tho election
of Mr. Hartzell to congress tho success
o flhe cause.
Deserters. Wo hoar It stated that six
members of C.istar's cavalry dosorled, at
this point, wbilo en routosouth. As many
as tbrooot thorn wore seonon our stroots,
after tho doparturo of tholr comrades,
drpsiod in citizens' clothing, trying to
dispose of their arms in order to rsiso
raonoy to reach thlr respective homos.
It it needless to edd, porhaps, that in
politics, theso deserters woro Badlral, all
Jlu, EiiLKRS informs us that ho has
made arrangomonts with Honry Artor
tbo largest imporlnr of French and Gcr
man calf In Now York, and will roceivo
all bis stock diroct from him. Tho ilrs1
Invoico will bo rocolvod in a fow davs'
and It will be to tho interest of nil his
patrons aud tho gonoral public to call and
examine, bis stock boforo ordoring tholr
boots snd shoos olsowbero. Ho guaran
toes satisfaction lu all casos. 10-9-tf
Millinery, Tuihuinu and Fancy
Store, Miss Burnsldo desires to call tbo
attontion of tho ladios to hor full and
comploto lino of millinery and fancy
goods just oponod in thoAthonoum build
ing on Coinmorcinl avenue. Hor stock
consists of a full astortmeiit of fall hats
Java canvas and patterns, u full lino of zo-
phyrs, nil colors, feathers, French llowors,
ribbons, and a goncral nssurtmcnt of fancy
articles, such as aro kopt In n millinory
Democratic Luikral Committer
MuuriNO, At a mooting of tbo Dorau.
cratio and Liberal Central Committed
bold at tholr rooms on Tuesday ovonlug,
October Ctb, 1871, Dr. Dan'l Arter was
selected as obairman. and John U. Gois
mau appointed socrotnry. On motion,
tbo mootloc adjournod to meet at th?
oflico of John O. ilarmnu, at 7 o'clock
p. m. on Saturday next, tbo 10th inst.
It Is dcelrablo that a full mcotini; of tho
committee and parties interested will tbon
oo nau. u. arter, Chairman,
J. H, GofSMAN, Secretary.
The St. Charles Hotel has sovora
pleasant rooms on tbo upper floor, sulta
ble for gentlemeu, that can bo secured for
tho wlntor, with board, at vory reasonable
Thr followlne puplli, In Koom No. 4,
Thirteenth itreet echool, are entitled to
have tholr names upon tbo roll of honor
for tho weeok ending Oetober 2, 1874 .
Julia O'Sbea, iW Martin,
mma Uarry, . Hetty WtllU,
Maud nittcnbouic, .Minnio uniru,
AVktxel'i Lukcii. Tho opening lunch
given by "Wetzel, of tho St. Nicholas ho
tol, on Thursday night last was a groat
success. Wo woro denied the pleasure of
Indulging In tho good things supplied, by
an invitation to play whist, and then were
swindled out of the gamo. "When webavo
tocbooso between Wotzore lunch and
wblst, wo always wroitle with oursolf. An
ordinary lunoh we can pais by on tbo
other side, but ono of Wotzel's never I
Sol and l'hil and Tom say It was "old per
simmons." AVo will, wo aro sure, bo par
doned the uso of tho expression. It Is the
only ono that nils the Ull.
I'noTOURAi'Uio Gai.lkiiv. Gustavo
AYotzol'e l'rotogrsphlo Art Gallory,
(fotmorly T, T. Thomas), cornor Klghth
stroot and Commercial avonuo. favery
thing portainlag to the pbotographlo art
skilfully and alagantly oiocutod. Tho
happy combination of n splendid light
and tho best instruments, onablo mo to
tnko children's pictures Instantaneously,
Mothers, glvo mo a trial, If you deslro
tbo sweotsmilo of your cborubj preserved
torovor. Satisfaction glvon in ovory
caso, or' no change msde. My prices aro
most reasonable. Cartos do visit, $3 por
dozen: Goms, six for 31. CaII and bo
11. Jones, fashlonablo bootmaker, ba
moved into bis now houso noxt to bis old
etand on Commorclal avonuo, and assures
his friends that ho is hotter than ovor pro
prcd to satisfy them in the style, stock,
lit, etc., of their boots and shoos. An ovl
donco of his ability to satisfy overybody
may bo soon in tbo fact that ho is orowdod
with work, and has boon compollod toom
ploy three moro flrst-clasa workmen. Ho
manufactures ovory stylo of boots or shoes
and usos only tho bost of matorlal in all
casos, wbotber making a cow-hldo shoo
or a pair oftlioflnoit Fronch calf boots
Glvo blm a trial. Satisfaction Is guaran
Tub 0. & Bt. L. It. K. Tbo Jonesboro
Gazotto ofthiswoek says: 'Xho county
commissioners, on last Tuesday, ordered
tbo first instalment of county bonds ($60,
000) to be issued to tho Cairo and St
Louis railroad company in accordanco
with tho contract, and recoived ?50,000 i
stock of tho company. Tho creditors of
U. It. Payson fa Co., in tbis country, it is
stipulated, will be paid out of tho second
instalment (fo0,000) of tbo city bonds
duo when tho railroad is corapleto from
to St. Louis. Tho county bas carried
out its contract in good faith thus far, and
it Is just and right that the creditors of
tbo contractors, who aro citizens and tax
payers of the county, and to wborn is duo
about $30,000, should bo paid as agroed
botwoon tho company and thejcommisslon
ors." A New Mode ok Advertising.
Thore Is a gentleman In our city whose
name Is unknown to mo, yot ho is of
ratbor slim build, with black hair and
eyes, a blaclc mustacbo and small chin
whlskors, tbo'two latter being kept visible
to tho oyo by tbo frequont uso of tho black
Ing brush. Tbis gentleman bas been In
our city for tbo past few days, soliciting
to got an advortiilng card of oar business
morchants, which be would placo in
beautiful morocco-bound book (very much
ornamonted with fancy pictures.) Thi
book is to bo on exhibition at tbo St
unarios uoioi, wuoro it can bo seen any
day cxceptlog Sundays. 1 adviio all
tboso who eDjoy a look at such as tbo New
Sensation, Day's Doings or other fancy
pictorial papors, not to fall to look at tbis
wonder of curiosities, as it Is woll worth
tho timo invested. Bo.va Fide,
31r. Glover's Death. Wo havo
learned somo of tho particulars of tho
death of Mr. Glovor, referred to in The
Bulletin of yostorday. Somo time ago
ilr Glover removed to Dlckoy's Island
taking with him his gun-making tools and
flshlug Implements, no had worked and
Usbed upon the Island for a couple of
months. A tew days ego ho was in Cairo
in apparont good hoaltb, except that ho
wns complaining of troublo In bis lungs
and ho returnod to bis Uland homo in
good spirits. On tbo ovoning bofore bis
death a neighbor sailed upon blm In bis
hormlt-llko rosldenco, and finding him
sick, otl'urod to talio blm to Cairo. 31 r,
Glover rcfusod this oiler, saying ho would
be all right in tbo morning, During that
night bo was attacked by a congostlvo
chill, and doath rcsultod boforo morning,
Mr. Glover was CO years 0 months old at
tho timo of his death, Ho whs a gentle.
man respected by all who know him, and
tho news of his sudden doath shocked tho
Mr. Editor. To roiiovo the minds of n
great many in regard to a gaino of baso
ball botween tho Idlowllds of this city
and Stars of Cairo, pleaso inform us what
uecomo oi ma stars, unit why tboy do
uufc iiihy luu return rati,n. 'l'linr In ia-
eiuerablo uionov tin on tho next name
Whoro is tho Snurtlnl- l'hil Ilnnar.1 iliat
iiu uoos noi coma up with tilm boys? S end
thorn up, and wo will promlso to boo tbom
back satoly. Our fair comos off noxt
weok, aud it will bo a good timo to play.
- E " SMM.
I ours, U. UONKl.V,
Padccad, Ky., Oot. 7, 1871.
Wo have not heard a Cairo man men-
tlon tho game of baso Gall since tbo Pa
ducab boys disastrously d.ofealod'bur boys
a fow weoks ago. That game convlncod
them that bate ball is not tholr forte
that thoy wore all intondod for a higher
dostlny, sujh asqplaylng pins or croquet.
Immediately aftor tho defeat of bis choson
nlno, Capt. Howard commlttod suicide.
Ho tlod himself to tbo mlddlo etrlncor of
a high sidewalk, and says he died without
difficulty nd In the full hope of never
again being so sbamofully whipped In his
own bsrn.yard. SInco ho diod ho feols
bettor, but ho will never be a bettor on
tbo ability of Cairo bate bailers to defeat
any club In tho world.
Sflekdid Beep, Wbllo bo was in tho
ity last Tbutsday, wo bad tho pleasure
of mooting Mr. Legg, the English gentle
man who owns half our gas works. Wo
found blm to bo a very pleasant person,
perfectly "at homo" on tbo subject of food.
Ho reprobated tho habit, peculiar to
Amorloanr, of eating; but soon onvincod
us that be was himself an able man at the
tronchor. Boel was bis stronghold. He
new the subjct by heart. Wo do very
much regret ho is not In the city now
to feAS. his oyos upon tho magnificent dis
play of that kind of meat to bo soon In
front of tho must store of Koohlor fi
Brother. It Is 'perloclly splendid" it if,
by Jupiter I It Is the beef that took tho
first premium at tho Charleston fair, and
will bo cut to-day. We advise everybody
to get a piece ovcrybody who can. A
frUnd of our', tbo best judge of beef In tho
city, assures us that this beof would take
the horns anywhere; and wo bellevo him.
Fat and solid, juicy and sweet, It looks as
If it did not nood nny cooking ai If It
wero Intcndod to bo eaten raw. Just go
nnd seo It, and get a slice. It is as cheap
as It is good, and It will bo sold this morn
log. Of course, everybody knows that
Koebler & Brother's shop Is on Eighth
stroot, botween Washington audCoramor
Wheat Is coming In lively! and tho
rush of swoot potatoos continues. The re
colpts of tho latter aro about n thousand
nusnais a uay, anattiocry if, for moio
room to unload. Tbo fanners aro getting
thoir pockets full of monoy, and dull times
will, tboreforo, soon be tho exception and
not tho rule. Business is looking up.
Honry Mowory, our good-looking
dry goods man, was married' on tho 1st
inst., to Miss Adelia llight, of Wetau
and the happy pair aro now "doing" Chi
cago nnd tho exposition. May thoir ex
poctations of pleasant journoyings along
tho path of lifo bo roalizod, without
cloud to dim thoir happiness.
Jack Davis nnd bis sister, Mrr. John
Ilolshousor, have gone te look through
tho exposition at Chicago,
Mrs. E. C. Martin, of Montlcollo, 111
Is spending a fuw woeks here with hor
daughter, Mrs. Lowls Gottinger.
Tho ladies of tbo Mettodtst church
aro arranging fdr a festival to como off on
tbo lGtii lost.
Tbo look and hinges of our moral
persuader, tho calaboose, aro rusting for
want of uao. Won't somo one cut a fow
tantrums nsd bo lockod up just to keep
things in good working ordor. It would
be a saving to tho corporation.
L. T. Bonaclna shipped a lot of swoot
potatoes last Tuesday to Denver, Col
orado. This is the pionoor shipment of
this esculent henco to that market, on
wo bopo it may be a profltablo one, and
lead to tbo opnlng up of a tra,do that will
draw oil' tho surplus that.woup othorwis
bo an over supply for Chicago. Denve
has horutoforo been supplied frcm Knnsa
Monsieur was In town on Thursday
with his oducalod bear. Bruin scorned
to understand i renin better than our
pooplo did, and thoro Is whoro bo bad th
advantago of thorn. Ho was exhibited on
the streets, and tho bat was pasted around
to test our genorosity; artor which, by
special invitation, ho was taken to several
privato residences nt a quarter a trip. Th
boar was tho lion of the dav.
o3io uaii uozon oi our town an
country folks have visited tho St. Louis
fair. They report a flno display of the
industries of tho country, but think that
'ho cereals, fruits and vegetables woro 1
no wlto superior to tboie oxhlbited at ou
recent county fair. It Is hard to boat old
Union in products of tbis kind.
Stoamcr Jim Flak, l'aducah
" Sllvorthorn. Eyansvllle;
" Grand Tower, St Louis
Stnamor Jim Flsk, Paducab;
" Silvcrthorn, Evansvillc;
" Grand Towor, Mompbis
Kiveu, Weatueu and Business,
Tbo rivor at dark last evonlng was si
foot 11 vo Inches on tho gaugo, having risen
ono incb during the past 1M hours.
Tbo woatber was clear yesterday, but
clouded up towards evonlng with some
proipocts of rain,
.Business continues dull.
War Deit. Hivek Hepokt,
Ostober 8, 1871.
dTATiom low water. chS
vt. In, Kt. In.
l'lttsburg a o o n
Cincinnati 7 10 I l
Loulsvlllo I 11
Evausvillo " 1
Nashville :l 0 0 A
h't. Louis 8 (J
Last weok tbo Frank Pargoud took a
cargo of 2,ii21 bales cotton and 4,7CS sacks
cotton scud Into Now Orleans.
-Tho wreck of tho Allegheny Hollo
was sold to Arthur Mooro for $1,600, and
tho machiuory of tho Wild Wagoner for
Capt. Kay's Bon Accord loavos SI.
Louis to-day for tbo Tenuossco rivor with
two barge loads of pig iron, tanbark, pea
Capt. Jiiiiy liianuer, wno uad to glvo
up tho rivor on account of failing health,
Is now ono of tho chief clerks in tbo Lin
doll llotol, in St. Louis, and wo aro glud
to learn is growing strong and hoaltby
-xno livenaviiio pacKois navo a hard
row to boo those days. ThoSilvertboro,
night before last, was tho first ono to got
out this week, Tbo U. II, Cooke and F,
Gracy lost so much timo aground that
thoy had to turn back from l'aducah, Tho
Sllverthorn brought 100 barrels flour. 100
barrels wnisuy, anu tons sundries,
mostly for roshlpmont.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK Or CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do not buy old candies, that have been kept over tho
mor ;uid nrc stnlo, claiming home manufacture Also
sco to your weight. Every box
noi, or o ounces over live pounds. llemoinlirM. ti.n
Corner 8th St. and
Tl. fl-l.. ni ! it.. n. I v-..
uiiiy nam in tno buy wnero i
It Is reported that wbilo steamboats
are taking pound freights at St Louis for
Now OrloHns aa 20 cents per hundred, tho
barge lino is taking It at ID cents. Hero
tho bargo line refuses to tako loss tban 20
conts. Our shippers aro hot over it, and
threaton tOpatbnize tho Miislstipt Con
tral railroad, which offeti to tako their
freight at 1 J cents per hundred.
SCHK.VCK M 1'UI.MOMO SYRUl', TOR THR
Cuhe or Consumption. Couoiis. and
Colds. Tho groat vlrtuoof this medicine
Is that It ripens tho mattor nnd throws it
out of thosystoni, purifies tho blood, and
thus olleots a euro. .
aCHENCK'SHKA WEtD TONIC, roil THE
Cure ok Dispei-sia, Indioeition, &c.
Tbo Tonlo nroducos a bealtbv action of
tho stomach, sroatlnif an oppotlto, form-
Ingcbyle, and curing tho most obstlnato
cases of Indlgostton.
bciiENCK'.i Mandrake Pills, for the
tune.op Livkr Complaint, iVc.
Theao l'lllfaro alterative, and produco
a hoalthy (Action of tho liver, without tbo
loasi uangcr, ns iney aro iroo irom calo
mol, and yet moro oflleielotii in roi'.oring
a hcil'.hy action of tho liver.
Thoo romoJioi aro a certain cure for
Consumption, as tho Pulmonic Syrup
ripens tbo mattor and purified tbo blood.
Tbo Mandrako fills act upon the liver,
creato a healthy bile, nnd remove all dis
eases of tho liver, often a cause of Con
sumption. Tho Sea Wood Tonic gives
tono and strength to tha stomach, makes
a gool digestion, and onabtes tho organs
to form good blood; and thus croatctn
healthy circulation of healthy blood, Tbo
comblnod action of tbiao medicines, as
thus oxplaloed, will cure ovcry caio of
Consumption, if takuu in timo, and tho
uso of tbo medicines is prcierverod in.
Dr. Schonck is professionally at bis
principal otllco, corner Sixth ami Ahcii
Sts., Philadelphia, ovcry morning, whoro
all Setters for advico must be addressed.
Fresh Suitly. Mr. 1. Fitr.geratd bas
just rcceivod nnd has on sale nt bis sales
room, a largo stock of English ali, porter,
llenneisy brandy mid winei, nnd liquors
of all kinds, which ho will dlsposn of at
reasonable prices. 2BO-0-'.'5-lm
1.00K Our roit llAitnAiNS. Mr. A
Marx Has just returned from Now York,
wbero ho purchased one of the Quest and
largest stock of clothlug, gent's furnish
ing goods, bats, etc., of tho very latest
style, which ho will sell LOWElt than
tho lowest. All goods markod In plain
Lumuer Still Goino Down. As wo
nro determined to close out our stock
spoedlly, preparatory to winding up bus
iness, wo will soil all kinds of lumbor at
two dollars per thousand less than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of lath and stovo
wood on band, which will bo sold at cor
rospondingly low rates. '
221-u.O-tf Wall i: E.vr.
Lunch Every Day. Georgo Lattner
corner of iourtconth nnd Washington
avonuo, will furnish horcaftcr, ovory day
to bis patrons a No. 1 lunch, between tho
hours of ten and twolvo o'clock. Fresb
Mllwaukeo boor and fragrant llav
ana cigars to bo had at bis bar at all
Joe ltoNKKER Is now in full control
the Washington bakory, nnd having
loarncd tho wants of tho public, is pro
parod to supply on call all demands for
Fronch loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bread, and ovorythlng olso ordinarily
found in n flrst-clasi bakory. Ho main
tains a lull stock of conreotlonerios, and
can, as woll as nny othor dealer In tho
city, fill all orders in that lino.
Cakes baked, frosted or ornamented on
short notlco. Special attention given to
tho orders of wedding or plcnio parties.
ion Sale. A good fruit farm, ono
mile wost of Cobdon station, ou tha I. C,
It. It., and eighty rods cast of the Cairo
and St. Louis railroad. Said farm has
limo kiln working on it, nnd contains u
flno bod of limo rock. Tho fruit trees just
coming into boarlng, consist of npplos,
pears, cbarrios nnd plums. Also straw,
berries, ratpborrles, blackborrles, plo
plnlit, rite. Will bo Hold for a small sum
down, balanno on long timo' Inquire of
I. Llmbort, cornor Eighteenth street and
Commercial avonuo, ct 0. Winston, Ohio
lovoo, Cairo Illinois. 9.27-i!w
AlATTItEbS AND FURNITURE MANU
FACTURES. Messrs. Segrist nnd Har
man havo openod, on Washington avenuo
between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
street a shop, whoro thoy proposo to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattresses, uphoistorlng, sofas, lounges,
chairs, otc, und also repairing and ro-
varnishingfiiruituro of all descriptions.
Tljey will sow and lay down carpets and
bang paper. Now mattresses and furni
ture mado to order. Teey have enmo to
Cairo to stay, aLd rospectfully solicit tho
patrouago of tho public. 2S3-92lMm
ought to contain live nounds
. v.v JJIIVJ
ou can get a Uompleto Assortment'.
Daily Lunch. -Jatckol Is now spread
ing n daily lunch of tho finest kind, be
tween 10 nnd VI o'clock e. in., nnd Invites
all his patrons to pattske. Jaeckol has
mru iinuu up a room in tno rear or his sa
loon, In which bo will servo oysters in all
ty'Oentlomon with ladles can Lo ac
coruKwdotod with a fine table and oysters
in anyVjstyle. Mllwaukoo beer always
frosbV Corner Wasblnhton avenue and
Twelfth street, opposite Tn Bulletin
The Daroor snop is ba mo corner ot
Eighth streot and, Commercial nvenuo
where J. Georgo Sticnbouso wl'.h bis gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to sootho
your,fcgHngi with a smooth share, or cool
your" griper nnd head with a good sham
pooVftls a Crst-clais shop, and you are
suro of receiving first-class treatment
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
in the most approved style. 8-1 6-tf.
Mrs. Hultz has Just returned from the
cast with a full stock of millinery goods
and ladies', misses' and children's shoes ,
aleo, a large stock of ladlcs'bnlr switches,
nnd goods belonging to tbo millinery
trade, cuffs, hosiery, etc , with a largo
lot of notions, which sho will sell cheaper
than any other placo in Catro. Storo on
tho corner of Eloventh stroet and Wash
ington avenue. 2G5-9-'."..'-tf
Notice to Students. As flvo or six
havo already applied to me to givo them
lesions, I take this motbod to ssy, that I
wllPglvo a limited number of lesauns In
higher Arithmetic, Book -keeping, Alge
bra, Philosophy, English Grammar, Latin
and Greek. Three or four more can bo
accommodated. Other branches may bo
pursued if preferred.
10-7-tf 11. B. Tha teh
Mound City Accommodation. Com
mencing Thursday, October litb, and con
tinuing, Sunday excepted, until Saturday,
October 17th, tho Mound City accomoda
tion will run, leaving Cairo at 8 a. in and
6:00 p.m.; leaving Mound City at a 20 a, m.
and S:S0 p. rn ; to enable parties to attend
court and return to Cairo dally. Tho
Wodnosday and Saturday runs as here
toforef, vIU ba abandoned until October
Hoarding. Parlies desiring boarding
and lodging, or day board, In a privato
family, near the builoois part of the city,
can bo accommodated by 'calling nt the
two-story wblto frame dwulllng In rercf
Bross' building on 11th streeh 31 MO-C-Ct
Hotel- and Restaiirau.it
3 22 Commercial Avenue.
Two doors iwtlh of Cairo and Vinccwwj Ild'nad
- - 1'RorniEToii
A trusty watch kept nlgbl and day for
Trains and Stoamboats.
TIIK BEST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
for tranclont guests at
P E It DA Y.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
IE3.Xj B3TA TIE
Aud Land Aircnts of tho Hllnols Central and
iJiuiuiigiun unu jiiatourt ic, it. cos.
North Oor. Sixth and Ohio Lovoo,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents
74 Ohio Levee, (Soooud Floor,)
Buy ami Sell HEAL ESTATE, Pay TAXES
Furnishes AbtruiU of Title.
t?iifc 1 4.OC0MMEItcrAl' av-
tfNsWmL ENUE.-l'. L. Wil--XJu
liams. Dentist, lias always ou
hand a iresh supply of NPro Oxide or
ijniehln-f Gas. Teeth extracted ut nil
hours, Uy mid ulgbt, U-lT-tf