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Comedle entitled "OUlt GAL" and
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,' PULL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Who will appear for a lew nights onlv.
Admission 60 centi. ltoctyad neatu "5 cent.
Children under twdvo 25 cuU. Chllrenln
reserved seats 35 cents.
Seat tecurod at Dan llarUiiann'r.
An ordinance providing for the reconstruc
tion ol sidewalks on Levee utrcct
Bo It onialned by the City Uoundl ot Iho
clty'cr Cairo s
.Section' 1. That the Mdowalki on west
side of Leveo street, Infiont or tho lollow.
ine named lot? be reconstructed, via;: Lot
0,U, 13,14, 15 tai l 18, la bloek : lots 10
nnd'n, In blocV 3 -.lots 1, a, a 4, 0, 7, fc, 0. 10.
11. 13. 11. 15. It) 17 and IB. Hi l.loeV 4 8 Inu I
2, 4, 5,0, 10, 11,12, M, 11,' 15, Hi, l-iud lb
jnuioc-o: aua ion u, lo.ll, 12, IS, 11 and
ip. in ihock o, an in mo city ol Cairo,
-KCT10.V-. Halll slduWalk sli.ill tin rnr.ui.
tructodn fallow. Tho (diioinilk Miall lm
jopiMra ioh mo outer ciiiro nl mi mo iliall
do iii icci jroni iqo ironc lino or tno lota
obuttlHK on that ide of ail ptrcot; Hint (i
feet In front of too line ol each lot nuy bu
(lueiiiornroxaunu entraucca to liaieinunN,
huich areas aim enirnncea fclitll lie pro-
"j nunugiui gruiuis; or railing: aim
thero ihall be a lall ot 1 inches from the
front Une of the lots to tho outer edgo or the
Sko. 3. The Bald sidewalk shall be re
constructed in the foboWiln; lnauiiiir. li..u li
The tread or ton covering thall be of bound
Tfrhlto oak plank. 2J icebca thick, anU not
uiS o uicucii m wiuin, to uo lulil
crusiwiae with said I.evce street, and firmly
set and .well sulked on with u. likt r..n
penny nails In each plank, to eleven whito
oak Joists, not less than a Inches thick by 0
Inches wide, laid edgeways; wbleh julnts
shall be placed 1 'cot and 11 j lncucs upart
irora centre to centre, ana firmly et and
well spiked with forty penny (.pikt-s uuto I
stri tigers of white oak, running' crosiwlie
with said Joists; (aid string-rs to bo not Ihcs
than 8 Inches square, placed S feet and 4
Inches apart from centre to centre; cacli
stringer to rcit upon tnrce uprlglils of oak,
H Inches square, placed 10 foci apart; tald
upngbts to be inorthod and tenoned into
each sirioi;er, and into mud tills not jet
than 4 Inches ihlck by 12 Inches wide, annly
bedded Into the (.-round; the middle or cen
tre uprigat hail batter om'opel loot hor
izontal to 2 ieet perpendicular toward tho
slope of tho leveo j said Mdowalks at Mrcct
crossings to be extended 10 leet into the
street on each fide of said Mreet. Ttie
street crosdiogs shall bo 0 tent wide and con
atrui ted of white oak plank, Jo inches wldi
nnil Oinches thick, to bo laid to t"o IcVcl of
the outer edge of tho ldwalk; the outer
edco or tatd sWewalk frame to be Ixjar.Ud
up with J .uch wblie oak plank from tlio
nmdsUU to the lower. ,. of U, tr"al or
top coverlrg; bud planks to be well spiked
onto the frame. 1
6f iU0.,?F ' JiproveniMita liereln
provided for, shall bo nude by .poclal a
it Mnemsand In accordance with the pro
visions of sections 8 to 61 lnclu.ivo, oj ar.
lie'e 0 of too act ortlio gcnenl assembly n.
thesuieof Illlnpls, Approved Apill loth,
1872, and entitled : "An act to proildo fo'
the incorporation ol cities and Ullages;"
and tho co ,t and expenses orthe rcennairtie
tlon ol said sidewalks shall be l aid out of
tho funds arislnK from said special as-eis-Want.
f. rnoowncig olatiT lots frominif
on borderng on said tlacvralk ku i," .5,
lowed thirty days after the time at wlil jli
this ordinance shall take effcet, lu which
to build said sidewalk oppolt his Jot, an i
uicrcuy relieve uio tamo irom nsenncut
v.uwusvi vui iuc rs aau, in an respect
conform to the renulremeLt cif h.u ;,-.n
nane and ba done to the satlifactlon of the
committee on streets.
BKC.U. Ulion Urn eximntlon ofilm k-iM m
days, the city clerk shall publl.li ootlco ror
ten days iutne paper iiublUhiu; tlie orili.
Esnrcs of the city, setting foitb that seskd
bids tor futnlthiug Iho materials or doing
luu nun, ur uuiu, lor lue rfcoiiMructlun ol
euusiuewaiir, directed to tlie cltycouucil.
win bo received at his olllco up to tho tlmo
u we mceiipg oi iiiu eiiy council lor tnu
opening or said bids, which meeting shall
not be earlier than twelve nor laicr than
-flf,n '.'.r? ff031 R,e ot abl notice.
l.'ot,c.0 r,,a1' tBt0 " "mo or said
meeting and describe the work to he done
Jf-"t to tills ordinance, giving its
number aua um olapproval, mid Vlmt said
fSfi'1??! BWblda shall be openei
bv the clerk lu tho nn.k....n n
and the. contract lor doing tbo work or
lumiihtng iha materia, or both, (or thi ie.
' construction of oald sidewalk shall lie
warded to the lowest responiible bidder
who shall sufficiently guarantci , to the satis'
r-lsetlon ol the tity eoitncii,-the furnlshlnK ol
tin m.tfrlal or tllll nprfnrmnnnn .,r r.i.i
worV, w.botli, under tho superintendence ot
mum wuiuuuuco on sireeis wiinm suca tlmo as
mmj im iu oy conu-act, irsaidc ty council
i ewedieot to do so. "-
M nttifetory to tho city
council, they may reject any or all or them
Md mar then, or tluresfter, authorize " a 3
idewalk to be reconstructed by such agents
a they may think proper. "-6ou
praveavcs.itujiB7i. j0nj( WOOD.
Auett: vM '
Wiixr. HiWElXS, City cieik.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS".
I SATURDAY, OOTOHEK 17 1874.
Somebody to take from ua n thousand lull
heads, good papu and finely printed, for
One thousand itatcmcnU printed at Tl!K
1IIM.I.E1 IN OIUCO lOr SI.W io i w.
Ono thousand note heads Drlli'Cd at Till
Rui.ltin ofllco forfl.OOj twotbetifandlor
On thousand business card, flno Urlslol
board, printed at 'J UK Rullktin olllco lor
from si.W to ffl.OQ, uceordliitf to size.
Vc aro authorized to announce that A,
11. Irvlu will lie a rnmlldalo at tho ensuing
rlti'tl jii for re-clci tlon tothe ofllco of .herM.
voit mi: LUdisLATiiti:.
We nro authorized to announce that F.
R. Al.lUtinUT, of Jacksmi county, U n
candidate, at the ctmilug Suvcm cr eke
lion, m a ltcprcentatlTC or tho l'lfiiotli
Senatorial UlMrlct in the next (cticral
OMTsour oytttf i Wfllnionlco.
Fob Uk.vt. A
of (Joorgo riihor.
lino nottago. Inquiro
Dancing jchool Saturday ovenlng in
Tne Uott oystors at tho
SILK II ATS I SILK HATS I
Silk Hats madotoordor at A. Marx's,
70 Ohio leveo.
J.vo. Q. IUiuian, Ecj., rofusing to act
upon tho philosophy of tho Arkansas
Trnvelor, has ro-shingleil bis house.
Frebh oysters or anything olio you
want at tbo Dolmouico Roalaurnnt open
day and night.
Pon Rknt Two cottages on Twenty-
ninth street near Commorclal avonne.
Apply to A. Susatika, 87 Ohio leveo-
Just recolvod. and for salo at Mnthuia
&, Ubl, 64 Ohio loTce.
Mr. Sim Rittenuouse and lady ar
rived In Cairo yesterday ovenlng. For
the present thoy aro stopping with Mr.
Pemo.val Mr. J. 0. Zimmerman,
proprietor of the Greon Troo hotol, of St.
Loulf, is In tho city, the guest of Mr. F.d
mund Iluefnor, of tho l'lantor'a Home.
Port Rest. Cottage, No. 'SI Tenth
street, betwoen "Washington and Walnut.
LnnulroofChar. Line, or at The Huli.k
tim olllco. 03v-10-ll-tf
The crossing of Washington nvonuo on
tto JIno of Twontioth street is In
wrotobed condition, oud, being much metl
it should be nut in onUr at nnce.
1JR. JENKLLB. Uan hii totinrl .it
dental parlors on Eighth etroet at all
hours, licit of references glvon n to pro-
11. 0. WlttTKLCi, an old railroad con-
ductor and contractor, Is In tbo city, ruin
gling among our cltlzom, with many of
whom be is woll acquainted. Ho will re
main lovoral days.
Coyne' oyster depot an d restauran,
ujstors in tno sneii ana can, fresn .ivory
day, at Phil Saup'a old stand, betweon
Sixth and Seventh strcoti, Cairo, ill.
Wasted Carpenter work In part
payment for a piano or organ. Call at
tho now Here next to Arlington Homo n
once- O. ROIIHI.NS.
A 1-oktio.v of every Friday afternoon
ll devoted, In our high uchool, to readingi,
singing and declamations. Vliltors
ospeclally the parents of pupils aro al
ways cordially welcomed.
The St. UtiAti- - 'I i'if. !'m several
ploaiant rooms on tbo upper floor, i-ulta-hie
for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tho winter, with board, at verv roaionable
Rouen's dancing clais is rapidly in.
creasing In number!. It ought to number
ono hundred. Mr. lioden is an ofllcient
teacher, who cultivates tho addreis and
mannors or bis pupils as well as tho mo
tlon of their feet.
ForKkkt. Fivo lino rooms and ball
on socond floor of my houte, on Twentieth
sweet, iho rooms have t.11 been over
uauiea anu aro In Une order. Water on
tho same floor. Wit. Eulkus.
HUKTT ULEIlK LYNCH llll 8 rCClWed
ntneteon copUs of tho Reviled Statutes ot
Illinois (complete In ono volume) for di
iriouuon nmong parties untitled to them,
viz: j unices ot tbo l'oace and Pollen
The cbnin-gong (so called) "wai out yes.
torday, doing good lervlca in removing
tbu muiidepoiits from tbo croirlngs. Mao
keeps a llgllant eyo on needa of this char
acter, and doesn't wait for ordors irom his
Antonio Cklla Is enlarging bli Com.
mtirclal uvonun business homo by tho
erection of u rear addition, two stories
In bolgbt. Ground dimonilons 1G by '20
feet, T)ili, with bis new kitchen and
cistern, will rendor his ottabllihment
quits convenient and complete.
Ijt. Nichola;11oti:i., Wm,.Wetl
Prominent among the arrivals ut tbu St.
Nioholai yesterday were tbo following :
A L Pooplor, Relknap; Adams,
New Orleans; 7 Dubart, do; J M Phelps,
do; John Hite, Columbui, llllnoli; 0 8
"Wolfe, Matrvplli, llllnoli.
TTr jlve employment to rnalo and fe
male agents for the American Homo Mag
urine. Geo. Carey EgeleMon. editor. A
WaRham Watch clveu to every subicrl-
ber. Send for particulars.
11. L.Smi'iiir.D.l; Co.,
I JJond street, Now Yotk.
PbAHTER'll HOUSK El)MfNt llUKF-
keb, Pnoi'BiKTon. Among tho promi
nent arrivals at tho Planter's, yesterday,
waro the following: AW Vlalett, Rate
well, Kyj P. 0 Hays nnd mother, Pulton,
Ky; Mrs M R Gllmore, "Woodsock, Pa; J
Strathan nnd wlfo, Now Orlcani; N O
O'Noil, St Louis; Kd flratogran, lllrd's
Rahe Ram. To tiik Carroli, IUbk
Halt. Otuii. Wc, tho Occldontnls of this
city, accept your challenge which was
published In Tub IIulletin Tuesday
morning, and will play you a friendly
game on Sunday ovenlng nt 1:30 p.m.
Got out your bcit nlno. No oxcuiei.
One hundred and lllty krgt of (pikes
woro rocelved yostnrdny by tbo Cuiro and
St. Louis railroad company, and a largo
involcs of bolts, otc, aro oxpectcd to ar
rive by tbo train this morning, Every.
thing connected with that cnturprlio just
now botokens a purposo lo hurry tho work
forward as rapld'y ns poislbln.
LUMUKit Stll.t QutNO Down. As wo
nro iletnrmlnud to clo.ii nut our slock
spolIy, iifoparmory lo winding up bus.
inoir, wo win sou an kimi ur iiimoer at
two dollars per thousand Ins than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of lath nnd stovo
wood on band, which will bo eold at cor
rcipondingly low rates.
221.'J.0 t'f Wall & Ks r.
Tnt Sullivan turned bis mulo out
on the commons Thursday ev'onlng, nnd
searching for It yesterday, found it near
tho Misiisithpi leveo badly crippled. It
had boon gored by a cow, or stabbed by
somo fiond In human thane. It U hard to
dotermlno which. As tho wound is n deep
ono tho recovery of tho mulo is regarded
as decidedly doubtful.
Side Track. Tbo Cairo and Yin-
conucs railroad company aro putting
down a side track nt tbo corner of Twen
tieth street nnd Commorclal avonue, for
tho accommodation ol tho nolghboring
mini, which nro receiving, dally, from
tit.eon to forty car loads of grain. An
accommodation, thli, which tho millers In
question ought to appreciato.
The boards of registration for tbo dir.
foront precincts woro la session Tuesdav.
In this city but fow votors put in an appear
anco. As it Is usual, howo7or, to copy tho
poll Hits of tho laat general election but
low names will bo omitted in any nvent.
The boards will nuot again, to roviso tho
lists, on tho Tuoiday preceding the dsy of
An nttacho of The Rulleti.v vliltod
tbo Thirteenth street primary school,
Miss Phillls' room, voatonlnv. ami W
corno to tho conclusion that It talros a won
dorful amount of patience, tact end swoot
temper to manago tho sevonty or eighty
llttio folks ihat aro collected in that ono
room. Mils Phillls scotni to have (truck
tho toy nolo, Judging from tho imooth
manner in which everything mores along.
Sho "rules by Iovo nnd not by fear," Is tho
iccrot of hcrsu icots.
UA.iK RALL CUALI.KN0K Wo. tho
"Cnrrol! Roys," of tbo Carroll liaso Rail
club, chnllongb any picked nlno of Cairo
to play a friondly match r-am of bam
1 I a
oan on next Sunday, on Carroll Raio
Hall Clubgrouuds.on Thirty-fourth street.
Any nlno accepting this challoi.i-o will
pioaso answer through Rullktin as soon
as possible. P. M. Lally, Cpt.
Jl. 1. (JULL1.VA.V, Hso'y. 312-10-13tf
Pnor. ifoDEN'M dancing clau will moot
in JCicgo's ball on Saturday ovonlng.
LuiDino spiritualists and would-bo
pirltuallsts of this city aro In corrcipond-
enco with Mrs. HoIHh, known ai tho most
successful rnaterlalizlni? mndlnm in ih.
United Statei. It is tho purposo of the
tbo parties to which wo refer to secure
the presence of Mn. II. for a fow days, In
Cairo. Sho may or may not (wo aro not
prepsrsd toe-iy) gtvo public soancei. If
sho could bo persuaded to do so, sho would,
wo uouli not, draw crowded linnii.
The tlnost homo-grown potatoes wo
havo seen thli season woro brought to
market yesterday by F. M. Wade, of Dou
Tooth bend. Tboy woro of tbo peneh
blow variety, nnd equaled tbo best that are
mully grown about Galena known as a
district especially adapted to the growth
of monster tubers. Until Ilunsakor comes
to market, wo tlo the blue ribbon to the
lappel of Wado.
A runaway, yestorday, occaiioned for
tho moment not a little excitement. A
harness bono started on n brcak-nc-cl: run
from tho corner or Eighth and Leveo, and
with traces Jingling about his heoln, eeemcd
vo gamer increaied energy .t ovory Jump.
..o nn. uruuBui up, auer a hair mllu run,
at the corner of Ninotoonth and Comm-!
cittl, a bally seared animal, but, f0 far as
coum to ascertained, unharmod.
Rall at Corcukak's. Tnoso Who aro
wont to trip the too fantastic will ba i-h!
. i . i . . . . . n
w iUru wioi r. u. uorcorln, of Thirty-
ttu' win clio anotbor of
his popular balls on Wodnieduy evening
noxt, UJst Inst., when ho wll bo glad to
welcome bis friends from n.1 parts of tbo
city. Gooi music, K0J tiMoa will bo
tho order ol the evening, lnd Corcoran
hopes that his frionds will u lhero ,n
forco to enjoy tho prorew e,Uvltles.
Coukty Treahurer Mortis hat with
a view of BC.ou,modati-.j.ti10 ,ftrj num
ber of countryfolks wbo, dilInolDO(1'
to nop wiiu auyoouy una , vi,Itin
tho cltv. erected ft barn oci.
houie. sufllcleutly largo to aoco:
all tho carriages and bones that aro
lv. even on extraordinary occasions,
requlro care and shelter. Ho sots a good
table, has ample bed room; nnd his
charges, everybody knows, aro as low or
lowoV than any other homo of equal stand
ing In the city.
Wm,.LtnVor repttfcntlnc t. VT. Irwin
Co,, of Chlcaco, lendiui the lollowlog
quotations on grain :
October wheat, 87 j.
November whoat, 813 J.
October corn, 72.
Novombor corn, 70.
Yoar corn, (17J.
October oat!, 40.
Novombor oati, l&.
Yoar oala -UJ.
October barley, 1.04.
Novembor barley, 1.02.
Wintsr'h Rkail It is hlntod nbout
tho city that Mr. William Wintor, the
artistic phoiographor and portrait pain
tor, lins received an oner from Mr. acliol
ton, of St. Louis, which bo can scarcely
duclluo. Ho will not, however, under any
clrcunutaticei, lcavo Cairo beforo tho first
of January. Meanwhile, all tbcio who
want flno picture, with all tho Improved
chemical effects, ihould call on him at
oncn. Mr. Winter out of Csjro, it wiH bo
a long tlmo beforo wo seo his liko again.
Notickr of tho election to bo hold on
tho proposition i "Shall tho Hoard of
County Commiisionon raito $10,001) by
ipcclul levy, to expend In tho Improve
meiit of roads and bridged," woro poitod
juit In tho niche of tlmo Ry the use of
fast horses tbey wero posted In the ditl'er
ent precincts by 11 o'clock Wednesday
niglit. An liour". tleUy, and tlio notlco
would b-.ro boon Insulllclunr.' Tlie ranion
ol this extraordinary baato nuy bo found
In tbo fact that tho order of tbo Rrard was
not promulgated until Tuisday.
21 yeari aoo. For moro thnn two-
thirds of a lifo tlmo CHARTER OAK
STOVES have been a familiar houio-
hold word j doily gaining in popularity,
and doing a vast ileal of good in cnnbling
hottiowlves to plnco beforo their families
overy day throo iqunro moalf, well and
quickly cooked, at a vory imall coit
of both fuel and labor ; nnd wo aro doing
no more than our duty In advising overy
bouieUeepot'ivbodoci not havo a Charter
Oak Stovo to got ono with tho lead poiii
Oapt. Tom McClure, en old and woll
known rciidonl of Clear Crook precinct
the most oxtenilvo farmer In Alexander
county, met with an accident, lait Wed
nesday, which resulted in tho loss of two
of his toes. Ho was at work in his mill
and aiccndlng a ladder to adjust belt,
loit his footing. A pair of cog wheoli,
betwoen which bis foot alighted, ground
olf, as wo havo staled, two of his toei. Only
two or tbreo weeks ago Tom wsof tho
numbor who wero hurt by tho ditching of
a railroad train near Holly Springs.
SntoAT.5: Son having eijabllihoi n
refutation as tho most onorgctic ice-men
of tho country, it naturally follows that
tboy should ombirk lu tho oyitor buiinosi.
Running ico-cars to Mobile, it Is tho easi.
est matter in tbo world for them to bring
back fresh oyitora In tho shell or othor
wlio. This they propoio to do. Henco it
stands restaurateurs, retail dealora and
othors In hand to call on Sproat Ai Son for
fresh oystors. They propose to keep n full
supply, so that dealers, wholeialo or retail,
mny bo nccommodatcd on demand.
Pat. Fitzgerald h a victim cf tbo
raginc mama to Incrosio houss room. Ho
has roinovod tbo framo building that'stood
in the roaruf his "fcamplo Room, ' to
point 300 faot lu tho rear, on Fourtoonth
street ; and adding considerably thereto
hai made out of it quito a respectablo
building. Ho is alio erecting a two story
brick addition to tho rear of hii main
building, which, with its baiemont. will
grcatl onlargo hit ro-jm, alike lor liu
buiinesi and his family. Win. Glover is
iiiiWAiti) 51. Heston, formerly with
Mr. Adams In the Egyptian ralUi. of this
city, has accepted tho position of superln.
tenuontor tho extenslvo milling builueis
of Mr. Compton, at Maroa, llllnoli. The
position Is ono of groat labor ond respon
sibility, but we venture tho prediction
that Uoiton, although a comparatively
young man, will ihow himself equal to a
latisfactory discharge of all tlio duties that
devolve upon him. He leaves Cairo, wo
aro sure, with the good wishes of every,
body who enjoyed tho pleasure of nn ac-
qualntanco with blm.
""-i 'u t uurELXM. iou aro
Tf U . .. ..... T.
weak, dejected, mtiornblo, und nothing
does you any good, you sny, don't despair.
inoro is l.alm In Olload. Havo you tried
y megar imten 7 No I Then why don't
you, i uo not insist that sncb a thinir as
I. v'.m uiixii ! iiiiiins.i mi. i...r..-n I
.. .r.,-1 1l-l. t. 1 II ...
havo tested the nrormnl,. f ,M.
comnlaint be dvineo.U. Mii,,.n... ....
..un-uuniimiDasi uemiity, or
" v iwvKBr imiori Will
tnnnraln ik.d . ...
tem. asaunnUl ,ln .1. '.L
v jwMi nunn'j.cu IVI I
, ....... ....u.uv. tua .villi-
M. J. McUauley, aruciint. Commcr.
ciai ovenuu. between Eli-ht. . nth .ml
Ninotoonth. has rccentlv ailrfml (11 TiId Td 11
and well varied stock of drugs, choml'ali
patont medicines, otc, h full asiortmont
or fancy soupi, popular porfumerles
urumes, combs, otc, and fancy articles
without numbor. In all our city wo have
n dealer In modiclnos who oxorclses
greater care than Mr. McG. In compound-
mg preicrlptioni, or in providing for the
vorlou wants ot his customors In other
wayi. He deiorves a largo patronage,
nnu, wo aro glad to obierve, Is command
rnoTouitAi-uio Gallbry. Guitavo
11. II. . .. ..
""' reiot-ranu o An ut err.
viuimeriy i, t. Thomas), cornor Eighth
stroot.and Commercial avonuo. Ernre.
It ...In. rf.l
thlntriiorlalnlni.tr.il,. ri-ir.i.ni.i. .... ...
kllfullv nrl -i -:.:, fiTu "
- - .vb.j w.vvM.uu, xtifl i
comblnation of a snlendld llnht
nu tno best instruments, enable mo to
-ivwu.tws pictures instantaneously,
tbosM, glvo me a trial, If you deilro
forovor.io.of your chsruhs prciervcd
cate, or mcnaoB0 - "l"n In ovory
moit renionablo. Cattes do visit. $3 pot
dozen; Genii, six for SI. Call and be
The railroad excursion from Paducah
to Now Orleans, via tho Chicago, St. Louis
nnd New Orleans railroad, will no doubt
bo one of tbo grandest affairs of tho kind
oVer undertaken (n the Southwost. Tick
ets for tho round trip will cost only ?C.
t or slooplng cars $3 oxtra will bo charged-
Tho excursion troln will loavo Paducoh
on tho Dili of Novombcr, and Now Or
leans on tho 13th, nllowlng a slay of. two
days In Now Orleans. Ooachoa will bo
added at different points as tho Increasing
crowd may nocesiltate. Wo do not know
that tickets will bo placed on Halo at Cairo;
but that they ihould boevorybody knows.
R. Jones, faiuionablo bootmaker, ha
moved into bis new houio next to his old
stand on Commorclal avonuo, and assures
his friends that ho Is better than ovci pro
pared lo satisfy them In tho stylo, stock,
lit, etc., of their boots and shoes. An evl-
donco nf bis ability to satlify ovorybodj,
may bo soon In tbo fact that bo is crowded
with worn, and has been compolled to em
ploy tbreo more flnt-clais workmen. He
manufacture, ovory style of boots or (hots
and uies only the bet of material In nil
caiei, whether making a cow-bldo shoe
or a pair of tho finest French calf boots
Glvo blm a trial. Satisfaction is guaran
Wk linN'r blitrnu Ilirdfi but we are con-
strained to say that his polico court yo-
terday was not popular. Only throe caien.
and not ono of them worthy of Itomlcal
exaltation. T. R. Ellis was up for well
fir diiposlng of u long-halrod, burry
tlld colt, lo which' F. M. DeLsncJ"
claim-id to maintain tbo relation of owner.
EI l 1-ild In bond of $200 lo appear bo
fore a higher court.
Anthony Cno Imbibed too frooly,
and wai tlnod tl.
Harrott Murray, benamo obitreper
oui a Murray do at llmei, and was
fined 10 and tho "r.iUllvo conndera
tloni.' Having no congren-itamped rags
sho was committed to c sella d. Mcdrt by
ior tno period or alxtoou days.
RAIL ICO A I) ACOIDKNT AT
Special DNpatch to Iho llulletlu.l
The !l o'clock freight train, going north,
on tno istn lost., met with an accldonl bv
which flltcen car, loaded with flour, lime,
orieu appier, and sand, wero thrown from
the track down on embankment, eight or
ten feet high, and entirely wrcckod. The
accident wai earned by looio or broken
ran, opponte iho rciidonco of Moios
Mearns. Tho engine and throe cars
pa-icd ovor in safety, but tho coupling of
mo lounn car oroke, allowing tho rest of
the train to roll from the track,
No lives woro lost, but two men In tho
csr loaded with barrels of liruo woro
nightly Injured. Other tralni wore de
talned levoral hours whllo tho track was
hie negro hawkers who mount nearly
overy vegetable wagon that comes Into
tho city, create, by their loud out-crlei,
an unendurablo nuliancc. "Horo'a yor
nlco pertatcn; hero's yor cockumbers;
hero's yer termaltuiies corns along now
i"."""1' .. i. heard In ovorv
part of tho city, high obovo uti meuin
and uproar of drays, cars and stsamboa'.s.
Farmers submit to tho exactions of tbeio
fellows under tho foolish Impreiilon that
they theroby more readily dispoio of their
products. Tho negro hawkor oncourage
this delmion, pocket a half dollar or so
for their services, and then laugh at tholr
employers for being "takon in" so readily.
The euro for this nuiranco was suggested
by Alderman Morris. Why was his sug
gcitlou not heeded 7
T ATHENr.UM.AU who wltnes.ed
tho presentation of Richard III. by tho "'V.Z' . T U"VtKS0
Lord & Whiteley troupe, la.t nlKbt pro- I . ''t' "' ! ' nabl p,rl,M t0 ftllend
nouocod themielve, wjhi. Sr ff. " m
i.oru, in to imo tola, sustained himie
in a maunor that commanded frcquon
anu ontnusiastlo upplauio. r.ouio I.ord
as Eilzaboth, gave a line rendorlnc: whl!
all tho other characters wore sustained in
a manner that gave univenal latiifactlon
-o-nlgbt wo have Nick Whittles, with
Louie Lord as Rlunche, und J. A Lord
as Lot Holiiday. "Our Gal" will flguro
a. jno central pioco, Loulo Lord sustain
ing two characters. The entertalnraen
will corwludo with, tho boautlful muiica
comody entitled the Maid of Mumtor. th
talented MiuJonnlo Woltz appearlnc as
Mil . . . ... D
kit 10 UUIIBU. i-V0rVDOV Will nn f
- w -.
Sealed propoiali, nndresied to the city
m ' r0 w, 0a
coivea at my olllco, No. 124 Commercial
-,,n,m until ft m
7. " . v " y
iuoduuyo! November. 1871. for ,.lu
lngth.streot lamps In tho oily of Calio
for thj term of onn nr livn v.r..
.. . J
rinki nrrinniala tn . .t.a
, -r - . r.u price
nnr nn.l ii.1.1 llk. tit I.- r i.t..j .
1 r .ru ... .uiui.uum ouu
uisostute wnat klni of light Is propoied
10 uo lurnunoa
Tho city council roiorvos tho right to
roject any ana all bids.
The person or persons to whom may be
v'"d'"1 tn,) contract, will bo required to
b.. i.uu -inn. igm uocu to eald
city council for tho faithful performance
ox moir contract
M. S. Cox, City Comptroller,
Uairo, 111., Octobor 17tb, 1871
Lord & Whitkl.y. The performance
01 uicnaru 111. oy tun company at the
Atnonoum lait evening was a grand sue
cois. Loulo Lord, a Quoen Elizabath
sustained the reputation she hat ealnml
being one of tbo most talentod vount. -
. .. .. ... --o
tines tnai ovor appeared before. n.i.
audlenoe. Mr. J. A. Lord, as Richard
imt wh.t wn .... .'
.. 7. , . . . ' . . "laneriy
0. W. Tavlor. Amlo -r-ii.-
nil. .inn wii, .i ,
pany.dsservo credit. To-nlgbt Is tho last
of tho season, and tho bill for the occasion
It a vory attractive one, bolnir Nick
Whiffles, and Loult Lord's specialty 0ur
GoP' - p bo followod by the laughable
farce, "Perfection," in which JUi, Jennlo
B 1 . & A 1
(Ut tin puiiis
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CON3TEC
TIONS IN EGYPT. AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do not buy old oaiwlics, that havo boon kept over tlio
auunm-i- mm aru biuio, claiming Homo manufacture. Also
bu iu juur woigiib. jwcry uox
llitt- l! nnil.lnr. 4sr ....... .
Corner 8th St. and Washington Av.
I He Unly Placo in the City whoro
Woll. will sing a number of rongs In
'Our 01" Loulo I.or.l takes tho comir
c'laracters Carollno Morton and Ma lt,
ii bio Cartwrlgb1!, with i'ngs and dar.r
In tliclo f (in ha- no aaj wh r . nnd
tbu night will bo a grand trrnt t ' en
of fun Tbo troupe has not, owlcr Ui tb
weather and other adver.o clr uii. tahec.,
rocelved the support Its talent iiititlniS
them to expect in Cairo, but wo are g'li l
to ice uvldur.cts that poiut to a crowded
hiuio to.night. Most cf tbo let (cats
wjre taked joiterday, ami we fUt u a)'
to icenru ioati rarly to-day and iau.1 the
onfusion in the nvxiiing
Memhers or Frof. Rodin dancing
icl.ool ihauld bear In mind tb meeting in
Klugo's ball, Salur'day ovenlng.
Losv. On rMurday .vinlng, a JET
RREAST PIN, wlihtbrwi pendants at
tached. Tho Under will be mltably re
warded by loaving it at this office.
On and after Oct. 1st, tho price of day
uoaru nv mo at. unarici llotol, t new
hoarders will bo $25 por month. Only a
limited number will U reJelved at the
iMtiivc to the 1 liilic The new
picking bouia market In Wlleox's block
will bo open Saturday next, with fresh
meats nnd now lard, at tho lowost market
Pf'c. Howie ii Run.
riiKell MU1TLY Mr. P. Fitxuerald I1.1
just received and hni 011 ial at his rn
room, a largo itocit or hnglnh ule, jwrlur,
llenncliy brandy and wines, and liquor,
of all kinds, which ho will dlipoio of at
rcaionablo prfcos. 260-3 'Jfl.im
Lunch Every Day. Georgo Lattner
corner of Fourteenth and Washington
avonuo, will furnlih horealter, erdry day
to hit patrons a No. 1 lunch, between tbo
hours often and twelvn o'clock. Fresh
Milwaukeo-, beer snd fragrant Uv-
ana cigars to be bad at Lis bar at UI
Mrs. Hultz has Just returned Irom the
oait with n full stock of millinery gooci
ml ladlci', wliiei' and children's" shoes ;
also, a large stock of Udtes' hair iwitrhes,
and goods belonging to tho millinery
trado, culli, hosiery, tie, with a large
lot of notions, which she will toll ch
than any other placo in C.lro, Store on
the corner of Eleventh itrdet aud Waih
injton avenue. 2M-D..tf
Mou.sn City Accommodation. Com-
menclng Thunday, October Htb, and con
tinuing, Sunday excepted, until Saturdav.
October 17tb, tho MouuJ City acoemnda.
t ...Ill ...
'"""B Uk ruhl 8 m- "n'1
, j - wn.ui r luu 1. ilt.ru
lofore, 111 bo abandoned until Oetobor
Tiik turher shop is um .to corner o
Eighth street nnd Commercial avenui
where J. Goorgo Stlonhouso with his gun.
Unmanly anistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, n adv to sootho
your feollngH with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with good ilrnrn
poo. It is a first-clais ihop, and you are
suro of receiving flrit-clais treatment
Ladles' and cblldron's hair cut or curio i
in the most approval stylo. H-in-tf.
Daily LuNcn. Jai-ckol is now spread
Inj a dally lunch of the fincit kind, bo
twoen 10 and lli o'clock n. in., and Invito!
all his patrons to partake. Jaeckul hai
alio lilted up n room In tho rear of bis ia
loon, In which ho will survo oysters in all
stylei. Gentlemen with ladles can bo nc
commodatcd with a flno table and oystors
n any stylo. Milwaukeo beer alwuvs
. i. -
ircBii. i.orner Hihinhion avonuo und
Twelfth etroet, opposite Tiik Rollktjn
How to Qkt Stamina. Iron Frtn
and strong norvous system aro not tho lot
of all. Hut tho fooble need not dommlr
ny adopting tho right means thev mv
uveas long and onjoy lifo ns much
i . . . -
their most robuit neighbors. Physical in
vigoratlon In, however, necessary to thi
nnu anu Whllo the siur tous ton es ,,.!
nervines usually admitted, eventually d
preisboth body and mind. Dr. J, Walkc'r'i
-aiirorniu U)ttors Invariably supply now
vigor to tho frame, whllo they regulate
nvery diiordortd function
16.il and w -I w.
a. xsi:sue.-i: i
I.IjIMS. Iliuitl.t li.. ..'
infill ,. H....I. .
.iu-ii Fuiiirv fit rn fivfii., t-
I... '-. . " . . " , --. hi. uii
...iiiiii nH. ir.,ii ni..i,.f .1 ... ...
iiume, iiay mm nisiii U-lT-tf
i:. c. u?
MATHUSS & UHL.
Furwnrillug & (kin-ra,
b'LOUlt, GHAIN, 1IAV AND
Omo Lkvbk, - Oahio, ItXB J
l-wtis-cti r wjgmwtatiij!iaj
ougnt to contain five pounds
1 . . 1
You can got a Complete Assortment.
IIKItK Is mote fi.n in the
1 iinniin. 1 k ihati nn
ui iieu or 1 rinto I I .ry )iat
m Iiii-ii Ivm 1 t'ic 1 , j 1 r I
Van 'vvr be 1 ,in l j cnl
.i- orupu 111 any pi 1 r in
f po.-tiiltp. ihr p.,,, , t t
liro'iio. lm..- nit t
i nv ZZ lm h. , j 3f)
Auilrm orter 'o
J. I . in I.Li.,
l ieu-lend, Ohio.
I ill -I.
n hav 11 ,m. s-i. t.
are 1 I I a it Ii tv JICKJ;
win hi. rii.. rlmmo - l'2
toil ilii' m..r.l le.n vSS!'i2- U&A
w.-ll lis th rvci 1 WrV fa&.tfZShi
. - ... WW
It lif I ri 1 ui.iiri, ;Al
are the mt popular V I
uLr.nri.,1 ofilie ily, und
in v ery lainiiv.
Filler.. 810 1IIK
It not lound at your pi. t ire dcalrn sen ll
jijiir.inior, oriornilfscnptlve rlr ular, t '
.... tn.uii.iiii, r . 11 1 ui.il.
( lijvdii.d O
HO T NTOItr.S
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
.0 Ohio Lcrtf, CAIRO, IWsl
iml -Of dlllnie orlrrn.
Ki.c tj c rf;rn.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
JNTo. HO Olilo Xiovo
IS fit' ha. ':
cT N. HUGHES,
f J (moral Insurance Aont,
Ohio Levee, over Matlmj k I'hlV.
SSrA'une but fint-clm G.mi; j . i
IJiTADLIHIIEl) ljS. ,
Sallbi'd. Morris & Candce.
73 Ohio l.ovcc, City xNational J in
Building, Caiho, Ills,
I'lc oldMt established Apcnc-y " ?
Illinois, reprtmentlnt' '
JOH2T P. GAMBLE
Tho Beat nnd Cheapest Wagon Man
ufactured. MANUFACTORY :
NKAlt S-lTIf HTHEKT,
Wood Com? a, PiAfti snd Metallo Case
rom ?.,.'?"" flloelr. east aid-'
. ,i,MuiiiKiiiii tuuj UHirna Teiiil. V.TT
oenth street. ' wtl,Te14 with, nua