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ASCAM)N I.01K1K, NO. 61.
Knight of I'ylhlas, meets every Frl.
day night at half-past seven, in Odd'
KelloWs' Hftll. J0. II. UoSSMAN,
m, ALEXANDER L01JOK, NO. HI.
jtfHIk Indciiendent Order of Odd-Kel-F
lows, meets every Thursday night
at blf-8t seven. In their hall on
Commercial avenue, between sixth and Seventh
streets, 'V i Kf Miil, N. O.
CAlllO KNCAMl'MKNT, t. O. O. F.. meet
In Odd-Fellows' Hall on the flrt and third
ruesua) in every rnomn, ai iiii-iimi seven.
.linn. II. Oilman-, (J. 1'
S OAIUOI.OIX2K. N0.2.17.A.F. A A. M
vfKr Hold regular communications In Sin
sonic Hall, corner Cominerclnl avenue
' 'anil Klghlh street, on the second ana
vurtu Honuar or tocn inonin.
The next term of tlio Parish School or
Iho Chureb oi tho Redeemer will begin on
MONDAY, SntTKMIIKH Utli, Mid con
tlnue In .lon imtcen weeks. Under the
ittne supervision nnd control a It was
lait term, the School will bo conducted In
similar manner. At tho beglnnlm; ol tho
term a civs, will be formed lor tho study
Application for admission mut be made
either to Sir. 1'. A. Taylor, or the Hector.
The price of tuition will bo only right
dollan for tho term of sixteen week, pay-
ABLE IN ADVANCE.
CIIAIII.E8 A. Gimirkt, Hector.
FIfJtEXERBt l.oula Herbert1.
Ten pound letterheads, large size, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper iifed In Cairo for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only $-1 GO per thousand nt the Hi'm.i:ti.
lias Hal la ofCtfrjr Description
PHIL II. SAUI"S.
To the Citizens of fnlrn.
I would Inform my many friend, that 1
am itlll la the auction business, and ready
to attend to all talc that may offer. My
long experience In this business needs no
comment I Is no cxperimcut on my part,
and psrtles entru-tlns goods V my care
need not be afraid, as 1 am no 'vjulb" or
novice In tli bitlnet-'.
Spiel -I attention jjlvcn to real estate nd
out-door rale?, an 1 lnvc never uiltsrd mak
ing a talc. I) Ham r. MAN, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and Commercial A v.
4QrX Itag toek envelopes nt the lll'L
i.btin olllce, $.'1 2.'i per M.
Tbreo largo nnd very dc-iraMe family
room, Irontlng on the Ohio, at tho St.
Charles Hotel, can be had, with board, at
very reisombtc ratc during the .Summer
month!. Abundance of pure air and per
fect ventilation. 7-10-tf.
iio to l.itul Herbert's for IMI.NI..
gSfXX Amber and White rap stock
envelopes at the IIullktin utllcu, printed,
53 W)und $1 00 per M.
A No. I laundry.
It It now conceded that Mr-. Colctuau,
the Unudress. So. li Fourth street, be
tween W uhlntin .t C itninercisl avenue?,
has ono of the best conducted laundry es
tablishments m tbo city, ami landlords ol
hotels and boarding bouici will find It to
their advantage, to call upon her.
ller prices are as follows : Hotel and
boarding-homo ws-hlnp;, 75 cents per
dozen. Kot piece work (iricci are
as follow: Single shirt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen 60c; ock 6c; two col
lars, Be; two handkerchiefs, 5c; vctti i!0c;
and all gentlemen's wear. SOc. per
dozen. Ladled dresses, i" to 60c;
iklrts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose Be; two collars 5 to 10c. Kor la
tile' plainclothes ?1 00 per doxen; lor la
dles fine clothes, ft 25 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage solicited MMm
Flr.'t-clasj room nnd board at the Ar
lington House, at 25$ per month.
Titos. H. Elm, Proprietor.
N'olice r IIciiiovhI.
The well-known barber shop, corner
Eighth and Commercial, preMdcd ov:r tiy
the popular artUt, Gcorgo Steluhoute, has
removed one door north on Commercial, In
.he Grand Central Hotel. The new shop Is
nrge and commodious and thote wlihlng
for anything arthtlc in the way of fai-hion.
blo hair cuttliiB, smooth shaves etc., will
Jo well to1 call at the Grand Central llarbcr
Ono liuudred thousand feet assorted
lumber, for oalo nt panic prices for cash
for tho next 10 days nt the Wall & Knt
mill. J.S. McOaiikv.
50XX Wood htock envelopes at the
Bulletin ofllce. S3 00 per M.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sew-
Ing Machine, hard (piano) tluith, valued at
135. Will ho told at $20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
A No. OWIlssn Shuttle Sewing Machine
valued at 975. Will be sold at $15 discount
and ordered direct Ire m the lactory.
A $00 Remington Sewing Machlne-$30
off for cash. Suitable for tailor or hoot and
At a bargain, and on good tonus, a Howe
sewing nacuiuo, .nay do seen at the com
pany's office, corner Ninth street and Com
"rlcturesimo America" 18 numbers
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco j
price, f to,
A atyla K, "Olough, Warren & Co.'h'
Parlor Organ, right from the factory at D
trolt. LUt price, 300. Will bo void for
A new two-Uorso Gamble wacon.
For any of the above article, apply at
. A .
tn iJULIKTIN OIBCC. ly, A. UullNKTT.
RATE) Of AnVKRriNINd.
CJ"AII bills for adtertljlng, arc due and pay
Transient adtertlslng will bo Inserted at the
rate of 11 U) per sruiatc for the first Insertion
and S) tents for each subsequent one. A liberal
discount will be made on standing and display
local not In, business or otherwise, will b
chafed ten rents per line for the first and fire
rents for each additional Insertion, (counting
flic lluc and upiranl) a discount will I made
after third Insertion.
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Ini-crtid as advertisements.
For Iincrtlng Funeral notice l 10. Notice of
mettiriK of societies or secret orders M cents for
No advertisement will be terehed at les than
WHDXKSDAY, SKIT. 1, 1875.
I.ornl Wenlher Report.
C'aiiio, lLL.,Augut3l, .873.
TIIOMAiS JON K.I, Sergt. 8. H., V. H. A.
The youngest child of Mr. anil
ThomnK Ilalllday Is seriously 111.
We lallcil to receive any report lroin
Vienna, lust night, In regard to the
From ofllcer I.alltio, wc learn that the
city jail has but one Inmate at present,
who will he released to-day.
I'or the Ntitlr Fair.
It Is said that Cairo will be well repre
sented nt the Illinois State Fair, which
commences nt Ottawa on the 1.1th lust.
ItlCS I X I ) UCE M K X TS OFFKIIKI)
IX CIGAIW AXI) 'JOHACCO. AT
COWPKUTHWAIT & PHILLIPS'.
The freight business of the St. I.ouU,
Iron Mountain & Southern railroad com
pany, at this point, Is improving each
The winter term of Lorctta Academy
will begin next Monday. We are told
that a large number ol pupils will receive
Nfud I'w Your Name.
II "Citizen" will favor us with his name
we will be pleaded to publish his article
on the "Civil Service," which was re
ceived by us yesterday.
Witmltii; to Mnloon-Kecptrn.
I htreby warn all saloon-keepers and
liquor dealer-, that I will prosecute, to
the full extent of the law. all tliOM; who
nil or give Intoxicating liquors to my
hn'baud, Paul W. Allen.
S-:H-lw Kur.aiir.i it Alli:s.
The St. Patricks Church premises on
the corner of Ninth street and Washing
ton avenue arc now undergoing Improve
ments in the shape of a new tence, and
Washington avenue, from Eighteenth
street to Col. Taylor's residence. Is now
in a better condition than it has been for
years, and the residents of the upper part
of town feel elated over It.
Quietude reigned supreme in the police
courts yesterday, so far as police business
wa concerned, but wc still live In hopes
that something will turn up to astonish
the natives helore long.
Mr. Michael Ilowley, of the real estate
linn of Lynch & Howley. who for some
weeks past has been feeling unwell,
"knocked oil" yesterday for a few week's
vacation. Mr. M. II. Harrcll will till the
position of Mr. Howley during his ab
sence. Meeting To.nlKht.
A meeting of the members of the "Tay
lor Literary Society" will beheld In tho
rooni3 of tho Society, Dr. Wnrdner's
building, Commercial avenue, this even
ing at eight o'clock. A full attendance
of the members Is requested.
Uceornle Your Urotuitl.
To do so In the most beautiful and
lasting manlier, go to John Sprout, on
tho levee, and get a few barrels of flnu
shells, the finest and largest ever sold In
Cairo. Tho cost Is but a trlile, and the
money Is well Invested.
A Oood Nnle.
Mr. Chas. Thrupp on yesterday sold
to Mr. Fred. Whltcamp, Sr., tho "Ca
sino" building and lots, the consideration
therefore being $3,000 cash. This same
property was sold a few days since at
auction to Mr. John Gates for $2,075, but
for some reason tho conveyance was not
It Is currently repoi ted that Mr. John
P. Fagin, cx-clty clerk of this city, nnd
who for a long tlmu was connected with
the Cairo press, is dead. Wo do not, of
course, vouch for the truth of tho forego
ing nnd only mention a rumor which lias
circulated considerably for a few days
They Want Out.
Three of tho fenialo inmates of the
county jail, around whom, for some time
past, Jailor Fllzgerald lias been throwing
ills protection, canto to the conclusion tho
other day that they had been in limbo
lone tmoitL'h. Thev accordingly set to
work to get out, and had doubtless la
bored assiduously until yesterday morn-
Ing, when their little game was detected
by Mr. Fitzgerald, and they were cut
short in their; work by being placed in
new nnd inoro secure quarters.
At the Bulletin bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumei, full gilt ruor
roeco; cost S-M 5 for ealo at $10.
Tims. IIar. ITni. Wind. Vu Wkatiies.
7a in. rToij' T.1 .S. K. i Clear.
11 tw.ul'J t S. 4 1'ulr.
ipm. a.urnj m ' i: 4 "
Twantjr-ElKktti III reel
A uang of workmen nre engaged In
llxlnjc up Twenty-Eighth street. This
thoroughfare lias been In need of repairs
for n long time, nnd theatmproycmcnt no
doubt will be appreciated by those resid
Mvlna; Its Hope.
The woman Hurley, who was arrested
some time ago on n charge of stealing
one hundred nnd fifty dollars from
Madam Wlnsor, is still pining In Hie city
Jail. Shc'ls, however, living In hopes of
"getting out through the pocket book ot
a Memphis physician, who she claims Is
nit "old friend."
The match game of base ball announc
ed through the columns of the Hullktin,
to ttike place in this city next Saturday
for a purse of three hundred dollars, Ik
tween the Padticali nnd Centralla clubs,
has fallen through, the Padticali boys
putting in the plea that the Centrallattcs
Intended "ringing In" professionals on
Deputy Shcrin John Shehau yesterday
"put in quod lor keeps" a colored man
and woman named Henry Williams nnd
Molly Demond, who have been
guilty of living In open ad
ultery. Henry had n certain John
Brown nrrested lor breaking In
the door of his castle, whereupon John
became enraged and told on Henry, and
It Is altogether probable now that Henry
will go to Jolict.
The Hunting Aoclt Ion.
Wc are told that the entertainment
given by the boating association at the
Atheneum last Friday, pleased the audi
ence present so well that the ladles and
gentlemen who took part In tho plays
have been requested to repeat tho per
formance at as early a dale as convenient,
The association will doubtless comply
with the request, but not until after the
entertainment to be given by the Taylor
Literary Society has taken place.
Piano nearly new; Top Buggy,
Show Case, Burglar and Fire-Proof Safe.
Cheap for cash. Apply to
0-1-lt. Ii. II. Mykhs.
The gas went ofl'on a tangent last even
ing, caused by a slight accident at the
works, and the town was left in darkness
for awhile, but " Gentle " Blake came
promptly forward and soon had the diffi
culty rectilled and the citv once
more illuminated with its
usual brilliancy. This ofllce had
causo to bless him and lay aside
the tallow candles the compositors had
wrestled with for half an hour or more.
It only took a few minutes to sec the su
perlour advantages of gas over coal oil,
tallow dips, etc.
Mr. John Wild, of Bocklaud, it. I.,
who is a brother of the late J. II. Wild,
arrived in this city yesterday. Mr. Wild
did not, until within n few miles ot Cairo,
hear of his brother's death, and his grief
can well be Imagined. He had heard In
cidentally of tils brother's illness, but had
not the slightest Idea of tils tlckncss be
ing dangerous. Mr. Wild has the sym
pathy of the numerous friends of the
late Mr. Wild, in this clt-, who will do
all in their power to assist him in arrang
in; his brother's all'alr.
Uone for New flood
A.Marx, the popular clothing dealer
on the levee, has gone East to purchase
goods. Ho proposes laying In a larger
stock of fall ami winter clothing (a full
line) than he lias ever before brought to
this market. It is well-known to Calro
ites and the country around, that his
store has always t been filled with the
most complete stock to Ik- found in the
West. So look out for an immense stock
of line and fashionable goods at fabulous
ly low prices, and visit A. Mark.
For several days past it lias been whis
pered about town that a great masquer
ade ball, the like ot which lias never be
fore been seen In Cairo, was to take place
at Scheel's hall on Thursday night. The
hall had been engaged and everything
was In readiness for the wondcrAil event
to take place, when the proprietor of
the hall, Mr. Schecl, being informed that
the parties who stood at the head of the
proposed event were to be found In the
tcrsoiis of tho bosses of tho "soiled
doves" of the city, put his foot down and
swore ids hall should not be rented to
them, so the little a flair has collapsed.
The most elegant masquerade costumes,
it is said, that have ever been seen in
Cairo, had been engaged from a Chicago
firm nt an enormous price.
DhyIm nuil the Conference.
The following letter was written by the
llev. Mr. Wallar ol this city, to tho editor
of the Vienna (Johnson county) yeoman,
in explanation of tho reasons why the
character of Mr. Davis, of tho Sun, was
not passed by the Cnrbondalc District
Conference- of the M. E. church :
Cuito. Ills.. Atnr. 25. 1873.
Kdltor Johnson County Yeoman
Dear Sin: My attention has been
called to 1111 article in your paper of tho
21st Inst, In which you, unintentionally
no uoubt, misrepresent the action of t hu
Carbondale District Conference of tho M.
E. Church In its action in the case of Rev.
D. L. Davis. Mr. Davis was not declared
guilty of any offense, nor were Ills cre
Ono of the rules of the SI. E. Church
reoulres that the moral and ministerial
character of each local preacher shall bo
examined at the last session ot tho Dis
trict Conference of each year, and If com
plaints are made which are of such a na
ture as to satisfy a majority ol the Confer
ence that an investigation should bo made,
they by vote refuse to pass his character,
which amounts simply to preferring a
charge. When the name of
D. L. Davis was called com
plaint wns made tltnt he did not attend
tho services of tho church and that as an
editor lie indorsed balls, theatres, sa
loon)!, Sunday freo lunches, etc. On this
the conference refused to pass his char
acter, and at tho proper timo au Investi
gation will bo had.
Your article docs Inlustlcc not only to
tho conference but also to Mr. Davis.
J. L. Wallar,
PastotM. E. ChurohiCalro, and Mem-
brot tho Carbondnl Dlst. con,
PAHXD IM HIS CHECKS,
Mr. Jnmes) tisne la rtepatliee toTnkr
st Negro to JH. nnd In Compelled to
Mhoot Him In Meir-trenc.
About half past lour o'clock yesterday
afternoon, Ofllcer Sargent saw two
negroes fighting on the corner of Fourth
street nnd commercial avenue. Ho ran
to them, separated them, and then nr
rested one of the parties, by the namo
of Elija Saffbrd, and started to the po
lice court with him, the other refusing
to go with him. Ho had gone down
Fourth Street but a little way, when he
met Mr, James Lane, proprietor of the
Crystal saloon, whom lie deputized to
take the negro to the lock-up. Lane
look the negro in charge, nnd had got
to the corner of Sixth and Washing
ton avenue, when the negro -stopped,
refusing to go any further
with him. Lane argued with him for
sevcrnl minutes, when Mr. Jacob Walder
came up. l.nno hkcu mm whether he
had a revolver, seeing that the negro was
determined to get nway. Mr. Walder re
plied that lie had, when Lane said, "(Jive
it to me." The revolver was given him,
when he placed It in his pocket and said
to Saflbrd:. 'Policeman Sargent has depu
tized me to take you to jail nnd you must
go." Saflord still sternly refused, saying,
"Jim Lane, you white s n ol ab h,
I'll die before I go to jail with you," and
made a movement as If to draw n knife
or revolver from the back pocket In his
pantaloons. Lane saw the movement and
exclaimed, "Stop! don't come near me."
Saflord still advanced, with the evident
Intention of assaulting him, when Lane
drew the revolver given him by Mr. Wnl
dcr and shot him in the right breast. Saf
ford .started to run, but had gone but a
few steps when he turned roundcxclaim
Ing, "I'll fix you yet." Again Lane lev
eled the weapon, and tired, Juntas the no
gro.who detected Lane's Intention, turned
his back. The bull struck Safford In the
back, and lie fell to the ground. He was
picked up and carried to a house on Com
mercial avenue, near Fourth Ftrect,
where he died In about half an hour af
terwards. Lane walked up the street,wliere he was
put under arrest by Ofllcer Lalluc, and
lurned over to Deputy Shcrlfl John
The Arnlt Aiinlteranrr.
It should not be forgotten that the
Arab Fire company will celebrate, their
sixteenth anniversary on Friday evening
next. It will take place at Schcels hall,
and a grand ball and supper, for which
the Arabs arc famous, will be among the
many enjoyable leaturcs of tho occasion.
Tickets can be procured from any of the
members. Secure one in time.
Pnce, Elliott d. Co.
We have this day iocia d with us in
our busineso Mr. llenr Elliott, recently of
Elliott & Uaythorn, and shall continue lo
do a general r lour and Corn Mission busi
ness IIknky Elliott.
K. C. Pace & Co ,
Caiko, III., Sept. 1, 1875. !M-tf
Wanted, a first class barber. Stcadv
cniiiiuyinern at fia per week. Apply to
-l-5t- W.M. Aliia.
The I'vople'a Friend.
It Is susceptible of easy proof that the
sewing machlng has been a greater bless
ing to the American people, than any in
vention 01 me present century. Noth
ing else has done so much to save ihc
lives and health of the wives and moth
ers, and the patient over-worked women
of the land who, as n class, most needed
relief from the burthens of every day life.
Ever' father and husband falls in his
duty if lie neglect to endow his house
with such a triumph of science as the
Wilson Shuttle Sewing Machine. It is
the cheapest and the best sewing machine
ever ottered. Machines will be delivered
at any railroad station in the county, free
of transportation charges, if ordered
through tho company's branch house
nt 010 North Fourth street, St. Louis,
They send an elegaut catalogue and
chromo circular free on application. This
company want a few more good agents.
A Rending Boon Wnntert.
Mn. EiiiTon: In a place situated as
Cairo Is, would it not be advisable to
found a place of attraction for the young
men of the city where they can spend
their evenings in a profitable manner, so
they will not have to seek pleasure in the
glided saloons of vice and wickedness?
I do not mean to say that the young men
of this city nro more corrupt In morals
than anywhere else; but there is alwavs
a certain class ot men thrown upon the
world, who, if they had any encourage
ment, would follow tho paths of moral
ity instead of vice.
'Now. 1 think, if C.tiro supported a
reading room, it would be an ornament
to the city and tho means of doing n great
deal of good a room which would bo
thrown open each night in the week,
Sunday excepted, to the public, where
they could pentse the dally journals ami
books ol interest. If some ol thu older
men would take 11 hand in this they
would meet with the co-operation of the
The gentleman who sent us the abovo
communication cannot be aware of the
fact that there is already just such an in
stitution being fitted up in Cairo by tho
"Taylor Literary Society," which, witlt
the assistance of the people of this city,
the members of that organization hope to
make n place of attraction to all who may
wish to Join them. Two very handsome
and comfortable rooms have been rented
to be used as muting rooms by this so
ciety, In tho bulldlug lately occupied by
Dr. Wardner, which, thqugh they will
not be elegantly furnished, will bo so
fitted up as to make them very pleasant
for those who may wish to be admitted
us members ol this organization. These
rooms will be stocked with nil tho leading
periodicals of the day, such ns magazines,
newspapers, etc., and such books ns the
members of the society will desire to
peruse. With a view to raising money
for tho purpose of making these
purchases the members ot tho "Taylor
Literary Society" have concluded to give
un entertainment at the Atncueum, on or
about the 27th of September, for which
they are nightly rehearsing, and which
they proposo to uinko a very enjoyable
event. If "Header" will come and Join
the "Taylor Lltemry .Society," he will, In
a short time, llnd a comfortable, profita
ble nnd pleasant place to spcnd;bls even-
Uone Into; the flanking Hualneaa,
From thu following letter addressed to
a young man of this city, It will be seen
that Messrs. Herbert Harrcll nnd Charles
Satip, formerly of this city, nnd employes
of this establishment, have gone into the
HAItltELL & SAUP,
BaNKBUS AND BltOKKIIS,
No. 2.12 Court Street,
Pr.Ktx, III., Aug. 30, 1875.
Dkaii Sin : It gives me pleasure In
stating I am cashier ot the above banking
establishment, and it grieves mc to "dun"
you for the balance due on noto Xo. 110
for $200. The California crah has
shaken the foundation of our house nnd
we nro surferlng from n run of depositors.
Our nsets nro $00,000.05 and liabilities
$10,000. You can Fee the state of affairs
nnd that we nre almost compelled to
suspend.; Picnic forwnrd Immediately and
oblige Hoxv Collins, Cahler.
Capt. Win. Hamblcton, of Mound
City, was In the city yesterday.
Esquire Thomas Martalu of Gooe
Island, was in the city yesterday.
Judge' Bugg, of Blandvllle, Ken
tucky, was In the city yesterday,
The liev. Mr. Gilbert is absent from
the city. He will return the Inttrr part
of the week.
.Mr. J. L. Hlnkley, superintendent
of the Cairo it St. Louis narrow gunge
railroad, was at thu St. Charles yester
day. Miss Bcnnie Snydwr, who has been
visiting In the northern part of the State,
for a few weeks pat. returned to this
city yesterday afternoon.
Mr. A. B. Saflord, who has been on
quite an extended trip to the Far West,
lor several weeks past, returned to his
home In this city yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Dyas T. Parker, superintendent
of the Illinois State Fair, to commence at
Ottawa on the 13th Instant, left Cairo yes
terday morning lor Ottawa to look alter
matters concerning the welfare of the
A it HIVE I).
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padticali.
" City Chester, St. Louis.
" Eddyvlllc, Nashville.
" T. F. Eckert, Filmore City.
Tow-boat Bee and barges, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padueah.
" City Chester, Memphis.
' Eddyvlllc, Nashville.
" T. F. Eckert, Mound City.
Tow-boat Smoky City, Island No. 10.
" Jno. Gllniore, Ohio river.
" Lioness, St. Louis.
" S. K. Hale. Padueah.
" Kanawha No. 2, Louisville.
niVF.lt AND WKATHEK.
The river last evening was 13 feet 9
Inches on the caue, having fallen 7
1-5 Inches during tho previous 24 hours.
The river Is very troublesome to St,
Louis, ami there is but 8 feet of water re
ported to Kvausvlllc.
The weather continues clear and
The Eddyvlllu brought a lot of pig
Iron for St. Louis.
J The lice grounded ouo or liev barges at
Abies' tow-head yesterday morning, and
went back with a lighter from this port
to get it afloat.
They say that another six oared row
boat is to be built for the benefit of Cairo
society. Wuaro to have two boating
clubs and perhnps some exciting races by
ThoKckert took on n little excursion
party yesterday and cleared for Mound
City, where she will bo engaged for a
day probably, washing out tho hull of
tho A. J. linker. The party was to re-
tunn by rail.
The John Gllmoru day before yester
day grounded tho barge John E. Clay
ton, loaded with 130 tons of iron ore, at
Dog Tooth, nnd before it could be got off
tho bar the river had cut under it causing
it to careen, when the deck fell in and it
became n total wreck. The barge be
longed to Captain Freeman Nichols,
nnd the ore wns consigned to the Belmont
nail works. After getting away from
Dog Tooth she . came on down and
grounded the barge Golden Eagle, con
taining 173 tons of iron ore, on the edge
of n bluff bar nt Greenfield's, causing it
to go to pieces nnd sink iu deep water.
The oro was consigned to Jno. Gllmorc,
MAH DCI'ARTMEXT, ItlVEM ItKI'OIIT,
STATIONS, LOW WATEII.
IT. IS. VI, IN.
Cairo 11 10 a
I'lttslmrK i 2 h
Cincinnati '. :i t 8
Uniisvillu il o x 1
Nushvillu a 3 3
St. IaiiiIs 11 1 O 0
A Finn Residence for Nnle or Rent.
Corner Holbrook avenue and Twenty
foutth street. Largo yard and garden (8
lots); plenty of trult and shrubbery, good
stable and carriage house. Will sell on
very easy terms. The house contains ten
rooms. J. 11. 1'iiiLLir-H.
Ulna Ernit Jars,
at 75 cents per dozen; all tho latest styles
in jelly glass. Sealing wax in large and
small quantities, at Dau'l Hartman's,
corner Sixth street.
l'ertons having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly ami at prices to suit tho times,
hy calling on. I. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for tho purpotc. 8-20-2w
KxnmluMlon of Tcnchers.
There will bo a public examination of
teachers held at thu High School building
in Cairo, on t'rlday nnd Saturday, tbo
third and fourth of September.
Mas, P. A. Taylor,
8-21-til County Superintendent.
LYNCH ft, HOWLEYS
Real Estate Colin
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved l,ands In Alexander county.
"Winter's Block" and Winter's How.
A large number of desirable Iteildjncet,
inu excellent vacant Lots, suitable for
rm.iness hnn.es and residences.
House on Nineteenth street, for 8110, with
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, Onl
ces or Business roomt cheap.
Tenements numbered , 7, 8 and It, In
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for 10 per
Xo. 10, (corner) SI! 507 rooms.
That d ."liable double Cottage on corner
01 ihiitcsnth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh trect.,
suitable for Uwchln and Business.
Two houses on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for lluslncs Houses and
Two imall Houses west of Twenty-seo
ond street, near Pine, ft each per month.
Dwelling douse on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 room, for H1 per month.
Business houso on Levee, near F.ighth
street, lor $20 per month.
FOB LEASE, OK SALE.
A number of Lots on Levee, abore
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. AIo
a large number of other Lots In different
Lands, la tracts to suit, near Cairo.
nellrions3ri!.JE9IKK-nt Lotilsj Iter
PILSEXER. .nt Louis Herbert's.
Wood nnd Con!
Wood, St per cord 50 cents oil' for
cash. Big Muddy coal by the car load $3
per ton. All goods delivered.
C. W. WltEELKK & CO.
Office and Yaud. Tenth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington avc
T.oul Herbert linn PII.SKXEK.
Nett ing; Mnchlnro nt n Nnrrlllre
Ono WHEELER & WILSON, latest
One silver-plated OHO VElt & BAKER.
The above Machines are as good ns new,
nnd I will sell either al one-third their
value. Parties wishing a bargain will do
well to call and see them immediately.
8-21-1 w Dan- Haktman.
Cheaper Tliiin Kvcr Known Deforr,
Mason's Self-Sealing Fruit Jars at $1 TO
per dozen. Extra rubbers tor Mason's
Fruit Jars, at Daniel Hartman's, corner
Sixth street. 8-31-1 f
GO.OOO envelopes, all grades and prices,
Just received at the Bulletin ob olllce.
The Cincinnati Exposition.
Those of our readers who propose to
visit Cincinnati during the coming In
dustrial Exposition, will be glad to know
that this paper can be seen on lile at the
ofllce of E. N Fnusii.MAX, Advertising
Agent, 190 West Fourth Street, where nil
facilities will bo extended litem to read
their home news.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for younsliuen from tho ef
fect of Krrora and Mmu In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments lo Mar
riage removed. New method of treat"
in nt. New and remarkable remedies.
Hooks and Circulars sent free, In sealed en
vclopcs. Address Howard Association,
410 N. Math St., l'blladclula, Pa. -an Imtl
tution hating a high reputatou far honor
able conduct and professional skill.
Corrected Dally by E. M. Stearns, commission
mere nam, secretary oi mo miro jiohiu oi
Flour, according to grade
Corn, mixed, sacked
Com, white, socked
11 ran, ier ton
Meal, steam dried
Mutter, choice. Northern
Hutter, choice Southern 111....
Chickens, per dozen .
Turkeys, per dozen
, $ii 0008 00
.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.' t uvtf tv
Alipies, vnoice, per oarrei
Annies, common, uer barrel..
1'oUitoes, per barrel
Onions, tier barrel
In Chancery Master's Sale.
State of Illinois, Alexander County
Iu the Alexander County Circuit Court,
William M. Atherton anil John Hodges vs. John
Ilolilenaua Margaret Wallace rarlillon.
TDUllLlC notice Is hereby given that Intmr-
j. nuance or a iiecree rriiuereu ininoauov
entitled cause, in said court at the May term
tuervot, A. 1. 1S74, I, JoluiO. Harman, moater
In chancery of said county, wilt en Jliurcday
tho-JJulilay or September, A. u. , ar irie
hour oris o'clock p. m. orsaiil itny. sell al pub
lic veuilue, at the court home iloor In the city of
Cairo, In said comity, the following escribed
r..,it catHte. tn-wlt: i he south half of the north-
caat,n,u.irter f section twenty-seven U), town
ship UHeen (IS), south range, number two (.')
west or the thlnl principui mermian.ui uie
county of Alexander and Statu of Illinois, to
gether with the tenements nud hereditaments
thereunto belonging or thereto appertaining.
Terms of Sale ync-luilf cash In hand -balance
In one and two years, equal payments,
with six iier cent. Interest er annum thereon,
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage
on the property sold. ,
Master in Chancerv
Linegar A Liiiuilen, Complainants' solicitors,
IS hereby given that default having been made
for mure than sixty days In the yment of
s portion of the amount secured to be jiald by a
certain mortgage executed by James M. Utverly
send, administrators. Ac, oftllhu Townsend
deceased, dated July Itu, ISM, sod recorded in
the recorder's ofllce. Iu and for Alexander coun-
Iv. In the. State of
Ulnon.ln book Ion page
ioHlce ol the reirlster of deeds
Ml, Ac, and iu the o race i
lii the city of Cairo, m said county and State, in
book E of deeds, on page 03t), Ae. We, the im-
derslgned, said mortgagees, will ou Satunlav,
the eleventh day of September next, A 1, Ittt,
at 10 o'clock iu the forenoon of that day. under
and by virtue of the power of sale contain! In
sum luongage, sen, si puono aueiioo, hi n
highest bidder, for cash, at the office building of
the trusted of the Cairo City 1'reptrly at tho cor
ner or Washington sveatie and Klgblecnth street.
In said city of Cairo, In Alexander county and
State of lllluoU, all the right, title, anU uteres!
of said James M. Ueierly. or Uls assigns, In
and lo lots uurolwred la (thirteen) and It four
teen,) In block numbered ?! (iwcnty-ulne) la
ui.i ritv ntCmm. uvtnllnir la Uie recorded mat
thereof, with the, appurtenance, tp satisfy the
purposes ami conuiuon oi wiu ''
EvaiwvHlt, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
and all way Undlnga.
The unrivalled alde-whttl steamer
D. O. Fowtin ir..,..
KD. It. Thomas... Clerk.
Will leave Kransvllllr for Calrotrcry MONDAY
anil TIIUI1SUAV at 4 nVlnrk n n.
Leaves Cairo every TUKSDAY and FItlt)AY,al
ft n'rlnraV . tl
Tho rtegntit a I tie-Wheel steamer
SI J F V nil !(.,,, MM.St. (
WALTXM It. I'r.-NINO.TOX
Will leave Kvaimllle .for
"A,V and KltlliA Y it 4 oVlork p m.
UltD.W ntli o'clock p, m.
The rirgant sirie-wurcl strainer
TOHM OOIT ila.l.r
Mat. Williams Clerk.
Lravf s Evansville for Cairn every WKDNES-
leaves Cairo every HIUUSDAY anil 8UXDAY
Kach hoat mnkes close connections at Cnlrn
with nrst-Hass steamers fur St. Iiuls, Mem
phis and New Orleans, ami at Kvansvllle with
the K. A C. it. It. Tnr all mliiM North ami Ka-t,
anil with the Louisville Mall Mtcamers Tor all
minis on the Upper Ohio, tdvlmr throuxhre
rcints on irvklits nnd iHMtcnirers to all nulnts
ror furthrr inrornmtlnn apply to
SOI.. SILVKK, l's.sens;erttnt.
IIAI.MDAY nitOS,, I ,.
I. M. rilll.l.ll'S, 'j AKents.
Or to (I .1 (1KAMMKR.
Superintendent nnd General KrelKht AKent,
10 Hours Savedj!
Cairo to ImA in 7
iu i sivttiai
Cairo eft Vincnn
Leave Cairo, - -Arrive
4:00 a. m.
PnenEiTH for Kvansvllle leavln cr Cairo
t'Hlro v liicrniK'v Kuilroail ul
make clo.u connections at Curral, ami reach
KvHiisvllle at It o'clock IIir suine mornlnit.
TKN IIOl'K.H MIO.l KK than tiy any other
route. M. II. (illOblllOlI,
JAS. MAI.I.OIIY, lien, l'asacnger Apt.
ranienger Agent, i.niro.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Between Washington and Commercial
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WhuleMilti ami Retail Dralsrs Is
Foreign and Domestic
W1NKM OF Alsls KINDN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSllS. SMYTH A CO. have constantly
large stock of the best good - to the mar
ket, and give especial attention to the bolsale
ranch of the business
Tho Undersigned Having Given
Is now Prepared to Furnish Ico
At prices that will Comparo Fav
orably with any Doaler. Ho
will now DoTOto his atten
tion Entlroly to his
Ooruor 3Dl.sla.tla. Htroet,
WX. WXTZBL, Proprietor.
watch kept night and day for
XI. trains and steamboats
The beat of accommodations
guests at Two Dollars per dY.
BOX and BASKET OO
(All klads hard ud soft,)
FLOomnra, nana, late,
Mill ul Tarsi,
3rnr TUrty-Vowrtk MrMt Mi