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VillDAV fcVKMNU, October $Ctl- ,
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iAS QJUEEN ELIZABETH,
FULL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Who will appear tor n few nlpbtn only,
i A.lmlwlon 00 ccnU. Itc'rryetl ont . i cenlr,
) Children miilertwrlro 2a cents. .Jillrenln
' reserved scatt 35 cnts.
Sent eocurrd at Dan Hartm.mn'.
VllWlE It more, fun In the
' Chromos VLUOK than any
tainted or rnnted torv mat
Usui boon Given t tho public lor
Xycain ffnvcr heforo lias been
accorded to any picture or tct
i.f pictures. Uio popularity ''
Lliromoa have attalnrd. Bio,
ti i v. inonn. . jm i iv
Auirss oruer 10
J. V. IIYOER,
.HEN havo Teen and
Ari'plc&scd with the
chfQmoi 'il'luck, '
'which forth elr humoi
ad.fin moral lesson
-1 1 (1, A hv.aI
, Jenco . ot oxccutlon,
chromos of tho day, and kbeitia iiaro n place
in every rami ly.
s - ruicn, 6io TjiErAiii,
If not round at your picture dealers f cud
vonr order, or lor a descriptive circular, to
ihe publisher. J.T. UYDElt,
Ah ordinance to repeal ncctlou SO ol onll
nanco Ho. 14.
Bcltordalncflby the CU Council ot tho
rltv of Cairo.
bJiCTioNl. That section 20 of onllnanco
. No.li be, and the eatno In hereby repealed.
Approved Oct. lltii, 1674. Jon.V "Wood.
. i Attest: . Mayor.
VTiix K. Hawkins, City GIrrk.
An ordinance proTldlnc for the reconstruct
i tlnn nf Aictf-trnlkR on Leveo street
Bo It ordained by tho Olty Council oi the
city cf Cairo: '
Section 1. That the iIdowalk on west
id Of Lcvec street, in front or tho lollow.
ins tiim.Mi lots be reconstructed, viz : Lots
9:12. 13. 14. 15 and 18, in block 2; lots 10
' and 17, in block 3 slot si. 2, !l, 4,0, 7,8,1U0,
y. 13, 14, 15, 1U, 17 and 18, In block 4 lotsl,
bloct't 'gnd lota 0, 19, 11, 12. 13, 11 and
16, in block 6. all in tho cltr ol Cairo.
.Hm:Vb"Mr".w..JW.'UUkiolb ahnll tin rnr,n.
7 ao placed 'that tha outer cdgsofnni8 nhnn
be 20 feet from tho front linn nr n.n iJ. '
, abutting on that flilo or nald ktroct; that 0
feet lu iront'ortbo Una ol each lot may be
uneu loraroas anu entrances to hasonlenK
Yl" hlllll Ihl.l .wl A.I.MnnA .1. II '
Uc-ted by substantial pratim? or railiniri and
there- abaU bp tall el A Jnclios from tho
iiuui ui ui mo jou io toe outer cuo of tbe
Bc.3. The aaid iliiowalka shall bo re
constructed in tho fol owing manner, to-wit:
t The tread or top covtrlng inuli bo of sound
1 tLwhIt oak plank. 2J incbes thlc, and not
,. axcecdlng a inches In wldtb, to ho laid
Hl'jWH.wtso with said Lcvco street, and ilraily
,et and well spiked on with a, lesst 22 forty
rr ,'Pennr nails in each pjank. to eleven white
oalcJoUu. not less than II inches tli'ck by 1)
lnchry wide, laid ctlgoway; which Joists
shall be placed 1 (Cot and Hi Inches auurt
t i.from centroto centre, and llrrolv tel and
Well spiked With foity penny pltc onto 4
t vttiugers of whlto oak, ruuulng orosswliu
with saldJolnU; ald string ra to be not ls
than 8 inches square, placed 8 feet and 4J
Inches ipart Irom centro to centre: eacii
itrlngerto rcitupontlireouiiiighu of oak,
-8 Inches square, placed 10 feet apart: naid
i uprights to be mortlsul and tenoned Into
ach stringer, and Into mud i-UU not 1oh
th in 4 inches hick by 12 Inches wide, Urmly
, bedded into the ground ; the tnludle or cen
tre uprigut KhaU butter or 'opo Hoot lior
izonUI to2j leet perpondlcular toward the
slope of tho leveo; said Hldswalks at strcot
crossings to, he extended 10 lect Into tho
treet on each fcido of said direct. Tno
(tract crossings shall be 0 fet t wide and con
structed of white oak vlabk. 10 In.'hu. wIm.
nnd li Inches thick, to bo laid to toe level of
iq outer euge qi tno Mdewallc ; .the outer-
ujq j niu Hunniii inline io no nonrilcil
up with 3 Inch white oak plank from tho
, juuu mil io me lower cage or tbo tread or
" top corerlpg; aid jilinks to be well spiked
, onto the frame. -
Skc. 4. Tho local Improvements' herein
. provided for, shall bo made by .pe'clal as-
sunieuta and In accordance with the pro-
yi'foMorseetlonslSto Bl lnclu.ivc, of ar-
1872, and entitled : "An act to prottdofu!
tbo' incorporation ol cities and villages :"
ana the co tanil oxi)iin.nanrii,,M..,r;n.'
tlon of said idowu!L-n
the. fund arising fioiu said pcclal mstn
mcot. Sec. B, Tho owners ol any lots frontlnc
on bordcrng on said t.dewlfc shall bo aP
lowed thirty days alter tho time at which
this ordinance shall take effect, la which I
to build said sldowalU opposite his lot, and !
theroby relieve the name from assemmcnt
providod that the werk shall, In all reniect
conform to the rcqulrcmeDti of tbls ! rdl'.
?;S,cl7?.d be d0.ne 10 tllB wtlsraetion or tho
committee on streets.
Hic.0. Unontho expiration of tho said no
i,.-a) r,V.Ul0. pilPer TUbllshlng tho or.ll.
' or the city, settlug forth "that sealed
bids lor furnishing the inaterialt or
. ft" wotksor botlT, lortherVcoiia' 5
aid side walk, directed to the city cotinc li
wi bercwlved at hisolllce up S iho lime
of Oie meeting of the city council for tbo
opening of sa7d bids, whlcli meeting si all
not beearlMr thantaelro nor later t an
eighteen days 'rom date of said notice
'v oco(baIlftalo the tlmo of 1 "ah
meeting and describe the work to bo .lono
by referring O this ordinance, giving in
fl'l'rovni. unit that raid
i, i - y '."jecv o u.-trmiua lou at anv
b?t9iAJl?c!t ealdljIJ' ball he opened
iLc,tr.1" Presence of the council
and tho contract lor doing tbo work, or
lumlsblntr thn mn.orl.l S.-Vi. '
Son. ofTaid-.ldew.'u 'I 8
faction l" "a satis:
i said raaterlai ,. fi,. 'li"" '"rnuuine of
' W Bzcd by contraVtMVl,?. .m?..tt"
JJli' r? .?.' "".'letorir. to the citv
.Ho. Sd-VVsi-rsaSiffV or i or them
Howley,oW,li0n,;ndM-gj1. Joiw ooi,,
Th fntiAMi.-.. f1 r T'"7 Llerk,
.-r... yDjral Cot
vtAl jWO Lift i "
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1C, 1874.
S6mcbodv to uVb from un a tboupnud lull
heads, goad paper anil finely printed, for
is.wi 10 4 w.
Ono thousand statement" printed At The
UCLLKTIN oulco tor J3.ro to 4 w.
Onetbourand nolo heads prln'ed at Tn
IIullxtin ofllco lor if l.W); twothbusand lor
Onnthmunml ImilncKt card', lino Bristol
board, printed at 'J he IIUllistin office tor
from 2.00 to f 0 W, Becoming w size.
We aro nuthnrlzsd to announce that A.
II. IrvlnwlUbo a candidate- at tho cumins
election forrc-clcctlontotlic olQcoof Sheriff.
TOR HIE liE(lISI,ATt"lli:.
VCc aro auiborl7.cd to announce that V,
E. AL1IUI0IIT, of Jackfon county, la
candidate, at the enduing Novcmi cr r.Iur
tlon. a a Itcnrcscntatlro of tho 1'lfilclli
Senatorial District In Hip
Gkt your oystors at tno Dclmonlco.
For Rent, A fino cottage. Inqulro
of Gcofgo Fishof. " 332-10-lO.Ct
Daucimo school Batunlny ovonlng In
Klugo' ball. .
Tint Beiioyitore jit tho. Dolmonlco
SILK II ATS I SILK HATS I
Silk Hats mado to order at A. .Mars's,
70 Ohio lovoo.
Attk.nu tho Athonoum to-night. Old
play-goors will soo Al. Sharpo in tho
flosh again vigoroui, vivacious as oVor.
Fresii oyetors or anything olio you
want ut tho Dolmonlco Restaurant opon
day find night.
Fon IIeht. Two coltagos on Twenty-
ninth street' noar Commercial aronne.
Apply to A"."Susanka, 87 Ohio levee-
Fob Rent. Cottage, No. 31 Tonth
street, botweon Washington and "Walnut.
Enqulro of Chat. Lanp, or at Tiik Bulle
tin office. 335-10-1 Mf
Dn. Jenelle. Can bo found at his
dental parlon ou Eighth ttroot At all
hours. Beat of references given as to pro
Cotne' s oyttor depot and retiauran
Oystors in tho sboll and can, frosb ovcryt
day, at Phil Saup's old stand, botwoen
Sixth and Sovonth streots, Cairo, jll.
I'OCTOIt HoNlAPf '-'"- l"lt
uiiiiko um "Vinarlcy Howcn," bo oous'i
.como to stay. Ilia professional business in
ilurpbysboro domaods.hls immodiato re
"WANTm Carponter work In part
payment for n piano or orcan. Call at
tho now store next, to Arlington House at
OlOe. (1. Itnnntva
The St. Ohakles Hotel lias sovcral
pleasant rooms on tbu uppor floor, suita
ble for gcntlomcn, that can ho recured for
tho wlntor, with board, at vory reasonable
Fok Rent. Five flno rooms and hall
on second floor of my house, on Twontloth
stroet. Tho rooms bavo all boon over
hauled and aro In Duo ordor. Wntor on,
tho samo floor. "Ym. EltLtna.
Bird'b Codut. Andrew J. Anderson
was arrested by Deputy ShorlC Honry F.
War tin for breaking tho jaw of ono James
Clark. He did his work molt effectually.
Anderson was brought before Justice
Bird, who bound him ovor in tho sum of
1100 to appear boforo a highor court.
A Tempting Lay Oct. Wo saw in
Louis Herbert's thow window yesterday,
what? Quail, fwur.'..nu.' of flih, pheas
ants, oxtra portorhouso etoalcs, oholl pys-
tors, pigeons and what moro could a wol)
rsgulatod appotlto cravo ? And thus is It,
at Herbert's always.
T. E. Sullivan, drugglit, Iwlween
Ninth and Tenth, rocelvcd yetterday a
ligoinvoico of frcsUdruirs. norfumtrv.
brushos, soaps, etc., to whloh ho atka tho
special ftttontita of fastidious buyers. Ho
Is well acquainted with Cairo neoda, and
takes especial paint to placo hlmsolf In a
position vo satisfactorily supply thorn.
St. Nicaolab Hotel, "Wm. "Wetzsl,
PnoiT.iETOR. Among tho prominent
arrivals at this hotel wo nolo tho follow
ing: J .1 Springer, .loo Glllott, Now Or
leans; L F Brookt, Cobdcn, Ills; O J lid
wards, Louisville, Ky; Honry Ayow,
Evansvlllo, Indj "W 0 Debols, Now Or
leans; Rov "W Wells, Mound City; Rrmoo
Frcgonzlc, do, ,
Max Rollkh, ho for whom wohnvo
yearned, Is again with in, jovial
frank, ubiquitous as ovor. His buslnets,
uun, caur mm niiuor und thlthor In fact
slnco bo has becomo known ho is In ro-
quest wherever flno planocs ncod carolul
doctoring. Hcnco. lilt comlnr: and color-
Is rogulatod, not by lilt own pleasure; but
by tbo demands ot butlnors,
Lujinnii Still Ooino Downas wo
aro ueiormlnod to eloso out our stock
tpoedlly, preparatory to winding up hut
Ineis, wo will sell all kinds of lumbor at
two dollars per thousand less than mar
ket prices, a largo lot of lath and etovo
wood on hand, which will b sold at cor
IS,.p,T,ndl?6Iy 3w ratos. - .
1 tf Wall a EnT.
IJALL . CUALLEKOE Wn ,n
"Carroll Boys," of tbo Carroll Uaso Ball
club, cballengo any picked nlno of Cairo
to play n friendly match gamo cf bato
ball on noxt Bundnv. on Carroll Bato
Hall Club ground, on Tbifty-foutlh street.
Any.nlno accepting this challet.go Will
plcaio nntwer through Bulletin at toon
at pottlblo. 1'. M. Lally, Capt.
M. P. Om.LtNAN, Sco'yr 34M0-Mtf
PLANTERS' HoUBE, EDMUNH HKUrNER,
Proprietor The following, among oth
er namct, wero regtttorod yetterday: Jeff
Lylo, l'aducab; D W Bocklln, Blaiidville;
Chat T Payne, Vlnconnot; J W llarpor,
Blandvlllo; J W Mare, St Louli. J W
Brown, Mt Ploaiant, Ills; J K Broon,
Oalona; Orion K Williams, Indlnoola;
W .lohnion, Oolumbla, Oj A Vorwayno,
I'nor. iibDKM'B dancing clan will moot
In Klugo a ball on Saturday evening.
St. Charles Hotel J xvrr.tr "Wit
col & Co., PnornihTons. Among othor
arrival! fit this hotel woro ttio following
Capl J G Mann, Militant suporlntondont
17 0. tit Loalt & Chicago railroad: 1
Itancs, New York) A E Dmcal), St Louis;
J F Edgar, Corintb, Mitt; K B cliitumora,
liawn Jtouecj t u uaruthon, Uinclnnatii
U 0 Black, Iiouiivllle; EP Byng, Clin
Oott play-goers, ten years resident In
Cairo, aro forcibly reminded, by tho noting
ot Andrew -Million, tho comedian of Lord
& Whltolcy'e rottpo, of Cairo' Mtuontod
favorite, Al. Hhnrpo. In point of main,
gesture, voloo nml conconlton nfoomlcall-
ties, .Mnllon approaches vory nearly to tho
happiest renditions of Hharpo. In saying
this wo detract nothing lrom tho well
earned lauroh of Shorpo wo only do
Juatlco to r young and ricing comedian,
Fixing Up. -Mr. 0. W. ileciuombaurg
tho ns'ont of tho St. Louli, Iron Mountain
and Soulhorn railway, is fixing up his
now ofllco, C5 Ohio loveo, in tip-top order
A now matched-board ceiling, palntod
drab, and othor necessary ropalrs aro be
ing made, and when complotcd it will bo
tho host railroad ofllco in tbo city. AVo
aro glad t hoar that both tho paeacnger
and freight business Is steadily on tho
And Sim Bittenhocse Is gono I Mar
rirdl Recognizing tho forco of tho sue
gostion mat "it la not well for man to
bo alono," ho has huntod around and
found in tbo person of Miss Maltlo Moln.
tyro ono who darod to iharo his lonollnots,
In othor words: "ilnrriod, In Cloves, Ohio,
on Thursday ICth Inst., Mr. Sim Bitten-
houso and Mils Mattio Mclntyro." Blon
Ings on the pair is our consistent invoca
tion, bocaiuo it is rollglouely oiprosied
UEni.VD Time. Tho Illinois Central
pasiongir train that was duo at 2:15 yes
terday p. m., did not arrlvo until after 6
Tho delay was cauie-1 by freight train No.
8, which loft our city yostorday morning
running off tho track (wldonlng tho ralli
the while) a low miles this sldo of Cob-
don. Sevontoon frolghtcars wero distrib
uted along tha lino, in n maunor decidodly
promiscuous. As Is customary when ac
cidents occur on tho I. C. R. R., no one I
VlHT,n's ltKAI). Tt IS hlnloJ bL.ut
tho city that Mr. William Winter, tho
artistic photographer and portrait pain
ter, has rccelvid en olTor Irom Mr. Tool
ton, of St. Louis, whloh ho can scarcely
djclino. Ho will not, however, undr any
circumstances, leave Cairo boforo tho flrst
of January. Meanwhile, all thoso who
want lino plcturoe, with all tho lmprof-
comical airests, should call o 01m 81
onco, Jrr. ivinlnr out ot Cairo, It will bo
a long tlrco boforo wu seo blj Jileo agiln.
SntOATd: Son having ostablltbod a
roputatlon ai tho most onorgollc ico-mon
of tbo'country, It naturally follows that
they should embark In tho oyster buslnois.
Running ice-cars to Mobile, It Is thn easi
ostmattor in tho world for thom to bring
back fresh oystors In tho shell or other
wise Thlstboy propoto to do. Honco It
stands restaurateurs, rotall dealers and
others In hand to call on Sproat & Son for
fresh oysters. Tfcoy proposo to keep a full
supply, so that doalers, wholosalo or rotall,
may bo accommodated on demand,
Shakebpeaman NiciHT. A grand bill
for to-night nothing less than tho best of
all Sbakospenrian plays "Richard III,"
Miss Louio Lord will portonate Quocn
Ellzaboth, whilo J. A. Lord will nnurao
tbo titlo rolo. Go, by nil moant. You
will soo that tho ability of the Lord Sc j
Whltoloy troupo to present, In good shapo, '
a legllimato drama, equals tbat,,of any
company that ovor appoarod on the boards
of tbls pity. J, A, Lord's connoption of
tho cbaMcluroi Richard It original, grand
Bitten nr a Do. As r small
boy was patting along hl'.lght
streot, yesterday morning, on his way to
school, a large dog How ht him, nnd took
ajjood tlzo month full from tho oalf of hi
iuii leg. 'ibis maket, to our certain
knowledge, soven penoni, tbst bavo been
.!i. 1 . . . .
uiuirn uy worinioss cog within two
raontht. Why, in tho came of commnn
scnte, don't they start tho dog killor out ?
if somo ono bittoo, should be taken with
uyuropuooia what nn uproar would bo
ravlo ? "Wo havo writton on this tubleet
tintlll wo hvo completely oxhauctod It,
im vfiu now suusiao lor a while.
riioTOQBArniR Oalleuy Gustavo
Wotzol'a Protographlo Art Uallory.
f rti m .... . '
v.u.mony x, x, luomas), corner Eighth
ttroot aud Commercial avonuo. EvFv.
thing pertaining to tho photographic art
skilfully and elegantly oroouted. Tho
uappy combination of a splondid light
nnd tho best Instruments, cniblo mo to
wuo entidrou's pictures instautaneously.
Mothors, givo mo n trial, if you dctire
tbo swootctnllo of your chorubs protorvod
forovor, Satisfaction glyoa in overy
case, or no change mado. My pricos aro
most reasonable. Cartos do visit, f 3 por
dozen; Gome, tlx for SI. Call and bo
Tin: railroad excursion from Paducab
to New Orleans, via the Chicago, St. Louli
and New Orleans railroad, will no doubt
bo ono of the grandest affairs of tbo kind
over undertaken in tbo Southwest. Tick.
otifor tbo round trip will cott onlyfcj
For sleeping can $3oxtr. will bo charged.
Tho excursion train will leave rauuesu
oa the Olh 'of November, and Now Or
leans on tho l3tb, allowing a stsy of two
days In Now Orleans. COoehcs will bo
added at different points at tno increasing
crowd may nocciiltslo. Wo do not know
that tlckots will bo placed on brio at uairo;
but that they should boevorybody knows.
(-R. Jokes, fasbionablo bootmaker, hn
movod into his new houso noxt to his old
atand on Commercial avenue, and assures
his friends that ho Is bolter than ovoi pro
pred to aatlify them In tho stylo, stock,
lit, oto., of their boots and shoes. An ovl
denco of his ability to satisfy ovorybodj,
may bo soon in tho fuel that ho is crowded
with worn, and hns ben compollod to em
ploy threo more flrst-clasa workmen. Ho
manufactures ovory stylo of boots or shots
and uics only tbo belt of material In nil
casoi, whether miking a cow-bldo shoo
orapivlr ofthoflneit French calf boots
Olvo blm a trial. Satisfaction is guaran
teed. ' 303-lU-3-m
"SriKF.." Will K. Hawkins lias rocov
orcd his long lost and much lovrd and
much advortliod dog "Splko." Ho (tho
dog) left about tho tlmo that Bllllngsley
was on tho war-path with his cnrblno
looking aftor worthless curs. Billy's dog
bovine a tear of th law, maQo tianlis
for Union county, whoro ho was rccog
nlzed by friends ns In somo way connected
with tlio Ualro city clork'n ofllco. Ho
war, on that nccount, well cared lor, dur
ing dog days, and then sont homo. "Spike"
Is not a vicious canine, havini: sampled
tho leg of only ono little girl dutlng tbo
wholo tummor. Sojourning In Union
county, as ho did, during a porlod of a
month or moro, ho comes back radically
Democratic, determined to disturb the
roitof overy voter who, lost to tho wants
of the timet, has made up his mind to
voto agalnit nartMll, 'Winston and Al
bright. Memukrs of Prof. Bodon's dancing
school should bear in mind tho meeting in
Klugo's hall, Saturday ovenlng.
uun rciiLio schools. wo took a
ramblo through somo of our public school
rooms, ycitorday, and found tbem In a
nourishing condition. Thoro is double
tho ntlondanco in tho high school that
tboro was this tlmo last year. "We noticed
eight boys in chairs, with poor desks, at
tho tide of tno room. To nccommodato
all It will bo necessary to ro-arrango tho
ssatt, make tho aisles narrower and put In
another row of deskt. "Wo found Prof.
Alvord In ovory part of tho building look
lag aftor and Hiporintondtng affairs in an
tssy and comploto mannor that over dls
tlngulshos thorough toachort. Tho study of
Telegraphy has recently boon Introduced
Into tho school, and, although but a fow
leesont have been givon, somo of tbo
students readily distinguish tho letters by
"Wo notlcod qulto a nuubor of visitors
going and coming. This is n good sign,
since it shows that our pooplo aro inter
ested in our schools and wo aro suro that
their visits tend to encoarago tho princi-
, -4 t.
i pi- u.
& St. Louis Railroad As
our readers ara alroady awaro, tho work
of track laying on the Cairo & St. Louis
railroad, commonced, In this city, on Wed
nesday morning. It Is tbo purpoto to
comploto tho road, if poisiblo, by tho 25th
r Dooombor. An oarnost of this purpo.o
muy ho found in tho names of tbo gontte
mon who havo tho work in cbargo. Klora
roing nnd Lacey, contractors, havo a full
forco employod, undor tho Immediate- su
perintendence of Mr, John Reynolds, who
Is known us an old railroader and a thor
ough going man. When tho track Is laid
to tho Iron pile, nnd a sufiloloot length of
rails is laid down to permit tho uio of
locomotive, thn present forco will bo moro
than doublod. The englneur ud fireman
yesterday morning, ware cloanlng and
burnishing up tho littlo ongino "Ran
uuiiu, una a viow oi raising ttoam, say
oy Monday. Mr. W. w. James, an ex
perlcucod conductor, und a very clover
gontlemaa, will have charge of the train
Tho track-laying contractors, Mcrs
Flommlng and Lacey, aro onergotio mon
who havodovotod moro than twenty yoars
to tho work In which thay aro now on
gagod. They oxproas tbo opinion that, in
fifty days or loss, tho track will bo com
ploted to Murpbytboro.
Mr. 0, Hamilton, genoral superintend
ont, has bis beadquartors in St, Louli; but
will bo in Cairo, in a few days, to look
after tho intoreit of tbo rood, and to toko
such measures as may sosm bostcalculatod
to bring about that much-doslrod but long
domed consummation, viz: tho comple
lion of tbo woik.
Wo enjoyed tho ploaturo of an acquain
tance wun air. Hamilton when ho served
as chief onglneorof tho Rockford, Rock
island and St. Louis railroad; ond it af
fords ui pleasure to bear testimony to his
omcioney and gnnoral worth in tho poii
uon in which ho it ocoratlnir. Mr. K, J,
Nowoll, an old mechanic nnd locomotive
englnocr, has cbargo of tho mechanical
department. Honco, viewing the "altua-
tlon" as it it, and familiar as wo aro with
the charaetor of tho mon In tho omploy
tnent ol tho company, wo fool Inclined to
Jubilato, tomowhat, on tho proralto wo
havo of an early completion of this long
i in; narrjor snop is on na corner o
Eighth ttroet and Commercial avonuo
whoro J. (loorgo Stionhouto with hit gou.
tlomanly atslttantj can bo found nt any
hour of tbo day or night, ready to tootho
your toolings with a tmooth abavo, or coo
your toraper and head with n good sham
poo, It It a firsl-clsts shop, and you aro
turo of rocoiving flrtt-olast treatment
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
in the most approved style. 0-1 Mf,
Mu. Hultz has Just roturncd from tbe
east with a full stock of mllllnory goods
and ladles', mUses' and children's shoes :
alto, a largo stock of ladies' hair twitches,
and goods belonging to tbe mllllnory
trade, cuffs, hosiery, etc., with a largo
lot of notions, wblclf sho will soil choaper
than any other placo in Cairo, Storo on
tho cornor of Eleventh street and Wash.
iifilon ayonuo. 1100.0-22-tf i
Adjourned regular ruoMlng of the City
Council. Oiiamoer, Cairo, III, 1
October 14, 18747:30 p.m. j
Present Ills Honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Uitlllday, McEwcn, Mcdati-
ey, Morris, Nelllt. Thlstlowood and
KEl OUT Or COltltlTTEE ON STnEETS.
Tbo commlttoo on stroett, to whom was
referred tbo bills of Henry Bryant for the
re-constructlon of certain sidewalks.
amounting In tbo sggrcgato to $CG6 09,
rcportod that thoy had examined said
walk, and that tbo tamo bad boon recon
structed in accordinco with the ordlnsnco
and to tbelr satisfaction. They tharofore
roportcd said bills back, rocommendlng
On motion of Allerman Halllday, the
recommendation of the commlttvo was
concurrod In and laid bills allowed by tbo
Ayes Halllday, McKwon, McOaulcy,
Morris, Nolllf, Thlstlowood and NY right
Tho committee on streets, Io whom wat
refotred tho petition of L. Alley, John
U. Oborly, J. Wagloy Hill, nnd others,
for a sldowalk on the north stilo of Twoiflh
stroot between Washington avonuo and
Walnut streot, reported tho tame back.
recommending that tald sidewalk bo not
built, thoro being but ono proporty holder
in tbo block petitioning for said walk, and
tho sidowalk appropriation being too noar
On motion of Alderman MoEwen, the
rocommonuaiion of tbo commlttco was
BUI of James Kennedy for construct'
log 174 foot of brick sidowalk. on south
sido of Eighth stroot, betwoon Washington
and Commercial tivcnuo, amounting to
$101.40, wat protontcd, toguthor with
report ot tho streot committee, stating
that laid work hsd boon constructed I
accorJanco with thu ordinanco and to
Tho commlttoo on claims recommends
tho payment of ($100) dollars on account
of tald bill, nni to defer paymont of th
On motion of Alderman Halllday, tha
report of thn ttroot commlttoo on tuld
bill wat approved nnd the roiommcnda
tton of tho commlttoo on claims concurred
in, and tho clerk instructed to draw an
ordor on tin troasurar in favor of said
Konnody for tho turn of oco hundrod
dollars, by tho following voto:
Ayet Halllday, McKwcn, MsOauloy,
Morris, NolH, Tblitlewood and Wright
Tho committee on ttrects, to whom
wat reforred tho propotal of John P.
Holy for tho contlruction of a tower
through Ohio leveo, at Thtrty-clghtb
streot, roqucstod furlhor tlmo in which to
report thereon, which was, on motion or
Alderman Nellls, grantol.
(Alderman Mathuis appsarod in bis
Tbo following resolution, presonted by
Aldorman II kl lid ay, was adopted, viz:
Resolved, That the comptroller bu In
structed to purchaso from tho county clr.rk
of Alexander county a copy of tho Revls
ed Statutes of Illinois for 1874, for thn uie
oflhocouocil chamber and clerk's ofllco.
Tbo following resolution was offered by
Aldnrman McGauley, and adopted, viz:
Resolved, That a special committoo of
tbroo be nppomu d by tbo mnyor to confer
with tho oilicors of tbo Cairo & Vincennes
railroad, with a view of changing tbe
location of tbe switch now being put down
al, or noar 20tb street, by sid company.
Tho mnyor appointed at sucb commit
teo, Aldermon McGauley, Halllday and
On motion of Alderman Thlttlowood
tho council adjourned,
Will. K, Hawkim.,
Caibo, Illinois, "
Thurtday evening, Oct 10, 1874.
The weather has been cold and dry for
tovoral days turned warmer, aftor
heavy whltn frost yostorday mornlnc, and
a hoavy shower of rain foil during last
night. To-day has bean cloudv all dv
tho cloudt growing denter toward even
ing, and tho day cloted with acold, steady
rain laiiingtnat promltot to last through
rnt. . i . ..
xuo maruor noiut unchanged at to
prices, nnd with littlo or no cbanco in its
condition since tbo oponing of tbo wcok
in Hour wo nolo an increased activity
In low grsdos and a heavier drag lu cliiioo,
which it quoted by somo holdors "Go
Receipts of hay have boon largo and
the market Is woll supplied and easier,
Oats, corn, meal and bran aro un
changod. Egct are scarcer and prices
tend upward. Poultry it qulot, dull and
bard to toll at low prices, Provisloni ore
qulot, with but littlo demand and tmall
fiSTOur friends should boar in mind
that tho pricos horo given aro ututlly for
talcs from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for brokon lots it is
nocoatary to cbargo an advanco ovor these
Cbolco grodot aro in largo tupply, and
dull. Ham holdors quoto a doclino of 2Jo
on tho bbl. Low grades aro in bottor de
mand than at tbo oponing of tho week,
with prices unchanged. Wo noto snlot ns
follows: 100 bills -1 00; 100 bbls 0 00; 200
bbls varloui grades 4 COaO 25; 200 bbls
various grades 4 60&0 CO; 700 bbls various
grades 3 76a0 00; 400 bbls yarious grades
50sC 00; 250 bbls various grades part
now process, 4 2Ca8 00; COO bbls various
grades 4 OOaO 00; 400 bbls various grados
OUaC oy; - cars various grados 4 CO.
Tlio market Is a littlo dull to-day und
prices easier. Roeetpta havo boon liberal
in all grados and the supply it equal to
tbo demand. Sales, dollverod, were two
cars mixed at 17 CO; two cart vory poor.
(! I H I QlMMllI!
HAS WOW THE LARGEST STOCK OTc rnwvrr..
TIOWS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
jjo not uuy old canuics,
atimninv nni nrn stn n. I'lmiinni' hnnio , ,1 ,. ,, ... o..
flpn. to Vnliv u-oirrhf. H vow hot
net, or u ounces over live pounds, llninoinber the iih.ee
Corner. SH S. and.
Tho Only Placo in tlio Cily where
12 00; two cm choice llmolhy, 20 00; flvo
cart choice timothy, I'.i 00; two cars imI-
rlo, 14 00; ono car of very cummin hay
12 00, ono car good tilixoJ, 10 50; fifteen
cart, ranging from In 00 to 20 00.
Tbe marRnt ruloi firm and prices un.
changed. Receipts nro very small, but
thcro Is no demand at all outsldo of the
order trado. Wo noto talcs In round lots
of two car mixed In heitvy taoks, deliv
ered, 03;; ono car mixed In heavy taeks,
Qulot and stoady. Tho domand It
tmall and rocelpts tbo samo. Choleo
Northern ii quoted at o5c In bulk. Mouth
orn Illinois 53j51 in bulk. We nolo
tales oi 1 ctr in bjlk on track, 55; 2 cars
Southsrn llllnolt mixed in hulk, 6u; 1
car Houthorn Illinois mlxod In bulk on
track. C4c; 1 car Southern Illinois mixed
In lacks duliverod, 50c.
A xry quiet. Not much dolag except in
a smll jobbing way. Wo noto tales of
20J t.bUCity Mlllt, I 10; 100 bb't steam
drird delivered, 4 00.
Thu tupply It not equal lu tbo dornaod.
Pricet aro ilrin, with nn upward tendency.
Sales wcru 503 dona nt 17c; 4 boxes at
lGJc; G piekages at 17c; uonisiat 10Syl7c
Chlckesi aro n drug in tbe market at
present. Rocoiptt aro Hrg and demand
tmall; prices i.ro woak and tond CjOWl
ward. Wu noto tales of 2u dozen ytung
and oil chickens at 3 00; ti coops turkvys
at 7 00(58 00; 7 coops young chlckons at
2 CO; C coops young chickens at 2 00, C
coop i old bens at 2 75.
Tbe mr.rket holds quiet but firm.
There it vry littlo iifl'erlng and not much
dun and. Quoted In round lots 'J 10
(a 20 (in
Thoi lock of mcltum butter is largo
and Incroas-lng. Thoro It un deinmo
for It. Cbolcebutter is in stendy demand
at quotatlom.Ssles woro 500 lbs good to
cbolco northern 30 3"j ; 10 pkgi. obbleo
dairy 32;5pfcg goodnirtborn 3lc; 6 pkgt.
choicenorthcrn S3c,0 pkgt. goo-l touth-
orn Illnolf, 28 5 pkg. choico touthorn
Tho markot lor choice a; piei u modor
atoly active. Common ai:d tmall apples
aro dull. Oranges aro vnryslow sale at
8 OHaO 00 per bbl Wo noto saloi of CO
bbls ct.olci rod spplix, 'i 50 to l 00; 15
bbls oranjes, 8 OOaO Oi, Co bMs common
apples, 1 75u2 00; 000 bi drld apples,
5c; 40 lis applet, according to qunlity,
I 00 to 2 76; 1 car lovl npplwf, 1 75 per
bbl, 30 bbls applet, bad order, 100; 21 bbl
applor, bid ordor, 150; 20 bbls applet, bad
nrjor, i J,
Dull nnd oaslnr. riot much doing
stocks are light and demand very limited
Tho only salo roportod was 1 cask suga
cured hams at HJ.
Thoro is no cbango in tbo vegotablo
lino. I'otatoos are quoted at 3 00, onlor.
8 25 and cabbages at C to Oa. Wo noto
Bales of CO barrols peach blow potatoes I
small and large barrels, at 2 C0n3 00; 10
barrlt oonlons at 3 7C; 100 buthols onlot.
at 1 25; GO butholi onions at 1 35,
Mound City Accommodation. Com
menclng Thursday, Octobor !tb, nnd con
tlnuing, Sunday excepted, until Saturday,
uctober 17th, tho Mound City acenmoda
tlon will run, leaving Cnirii at a a. rn. tn
coo P, m.i IsotIiik aioiind City at 8.31) n
pU 6:30 p. m ; to unablo partloa to nitmi
court and return to Cairo dailv. Th
Wednotday and Saturday runs as hero
tofore, will bo abandoned until Octubor
Daily Lusou. Janckel Is now sproad
Ing a dally lunch of tho finest kind, bo
tweon 10 nnd 12 o'clock a, m., nnd invites
all bit patrons to partake. Jaockol bat
alio fitted up a room In tbo roar of hit ta
loon, In which ho will servo oystors In all
ttylot. Gontloroon with Indict can bo 11 c
commudatcd with a fino tablo and oysters
n any ttylc. Mllwaukoo boor alwayt
froth. Corner Washlnbton avonuo nnd
Twelfth ttroet, opposite The Bulletin
How to Get Staiiina, Iron Frames
and ttrong nervous systom aro not tbo lot
of nil. But tbo fooblo nocd not despair.
y aaopting tno rigui moans tnoy mnv
livo ts long aud enjoy llfo ns much as
tholr moat robust noighbort. Physical in
Vlgcratlon it, however, nocottary to thlt
end; and whllo the splrltods tonics and
orvincs usually ndmltlod, nvontunllv do-
pretsbolh body and mind. Dr. .1. Walker's
California Bittors invariably supply now
vigor to tbo frame, whllo they rogulato
qvory ditordornd function,
0-15-d and w 4 w.
Losf. On Katurday oyonlng, n JET
BREAST PIN, wlththrco pandanU at
tached. The finder will be suitably re
warded by leaving it at thlt office.
Hint imve been kept over the
nmrlit. in nn.w..:.. v.. i.
. wiimiii in uiuivi-
j iUl XJ. W
You can got a Complete Assortment,
Dteamsr Jim Fltk, Padirab j
, " B II Cooif, Evnntville.
' Capital City, Violent urg
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
Olty nf Vlcktburp, St, Lc uit,
" City of Ii.,lr, Memphis.
" WFMoKarlln, Padursb,
Pbll Allin, l'aducab.
Bteamsr Jim Fitk, Pnducab.
" B II Cook, Evanivll'e.
Capital City, St. Loan.
City of Vickiburg, VloVujr,
" City of Helena, St. Loult.
" Pbll All n, Menipbit,
Mary Alice, St. Liu.t.
RtVKK, WXATIIEIl ANIl II SINEts.
Tbo river last ovonlng was 0 feat
" k"K'i iinvinir nien ono inch rt..r.i
I . - .-....! in 1 .....
rain foil yesterday ovenlng, wilh a p
nn Al aa nllmiln. 1 .....
W tit Dept. Uivkii Rp.i o ,
O -tobcr 1 j, li ,i
it. In. Kt
Tbo Capital City brought 216 b rr
cotton teed oil for oattern portt.
Tbo City of Helena broucbt 250 ba;
cotton for thu Bait.
wThii nwlp.,.n.l...,l t,L, II ...
south yetterday, to roiumn L.r ;il.(
the Momphli and FrUr t Tolnt trado. j
. ..v , - -tvuaim A ui, illiin nil'
SlkVtf. inH 7.1 I,. ...... ..r 1 . 1 .
HM , u uRiiuii wt nvauiug ii.r f
Thofitlr at l'aducab oponed yeitor
morning, the muln ioaturc of wbl 'i
trotting hortjt, running li-rtes and I
bill clubs. ,
The Mary Aiito llnln. il tho rrf
to her rudders Wednesday ovecini;,
oariy ywtterday morning start i fr
IauI with her tow.
The Arlington brought tut 1 u '
freight, but baa a very lUht tr o fjr M
phi. Hhe ws dwtalned nil tf Tu
night nt Cioloondn by fig, wbi;h w,
.biek ut to ob.uu.ro th 1 bnolii
The B II Cooke htd
a god tr
peop.o to Pnduoab,
tlslrelgbt to this port,nn ii.voic-j cf
for Mr. Charles Ilradi.y, tf I'm,,
wharfbont, being about the eztont ot
Capt. l'nrkor, who hts cna ;o of I
j. aau . waariboat at thu part,
oj ran youeruay mornirg for a i,J
days vltlt to bit homo and frindt in I
Diver Al. Burriis, oi tho T F. Eck.
wnt taken suddenly vory tick night
fore kit, tho retult of cold caught by j
ting wet. Wo aro glad to learn that
frlondt havo ronton to baliovo that h
not dangoroutly ill, and Join with ll
In knn,. f. ..I. ... -
lbo machinery of tho Wild P.t
told undor the hntnuior ycitorday
about ?0Qo. The two onginor, dDdor,
man, shaft, nigger, capttan, beaten, nr
ot of old Iron und tuudrles worn bid in
Henry Snyon l $150. Tho feur boil
2! loot long, 33 Inchos in diameter, v
grato bars Knd Dro frontt, woro b ughi
M.J E W. Halllday for ?32,, who 1
biJ In it lot of copper pipe at lOJo
FliEBii SUPPLY. Mr. 1'. Fitzgerald
J nil received and has on tain at bit si
room, a Inrgo stock of English nlc, por
Honnetty brandy and winci, and Hon
of nil kinds, which bo will dl'poo ol
roatonablo prices. 2S0-925-ln
On and after Oct. 1st, tho prico or c 1
board at tbu St. Charles Hotel, to n
boarders will bo $25 por month. Onl
limited number will bo ro:olvod at
Notice to tub Public Tho n
packing boutn mnrket In Wilcox's bio
will bo opon Saturday noxt, with fn
meals and now lard, at tho lowott mar!
prico. Howie &Bno.
Lunch Evkuv JUv. uoorg Lnttw
cornor of Fuurtconth and Wthlngt(j
avonuo, will furnish torcaltor, (vory di;
to his patrons r, No. 1 lunch, between tl
hours of tou nnd twolvo o clock IreA
Mllwaukco bocr and fragrnit Hav'
ana cigars to bo had. at his br at a)
times. . . 1
1 AtTtCOMMIillClAL 4."
J-E.nUE.-I'. L ViU
LIAII8. Dontl.t, ha nlwavi 0
jnnd 0 ire h tuppy of M ro oxido 0
I.nusuilnn Oas, Teetlt cxtraJteu at a'
houri, day nnd night, 0-17-t!