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ASOAI.O.N LOIMK, NO. f.l.
Knight of l'ythlas, meets every 'rl
light nt linlf-piwl seven, in Odd-
1 11111 .IHO. II IJOMMAX,
AI.KXANDKII LODC1K, NO. .
fJMMlft. Indeiwnclrnt Onlrr of OdJ-Kcl-jgpBMous,
meets every Ihiirsdiiy night
ml nt linlf-piiccn, l llifir Jinll on
Commercial nvcniic, between .1I5II1 nml wwm
streets, T J Kiimt, .V U.
OAlllO KXCAMI'MKKT. I. O. O. V.. meclA
In Odd-Kellow' Hull on I ic first und third
Iiuiila) In every mown, 'J,"
a CAIIl" I.ODOK. NO. 2.17,A.I A A. M.
Mm ii.d.l iTKutur coniiiiuiiiilloin in.Ma
TCJTfumlc Hull, corner Commercial oveniie
I nml Eighth street, on las second nnd
iirth Monday of cni-h month .
Tin; next term of tlio Irtish School of
(lie Churcli ol the Itcdccmer will begin on
MONDAY, SI'.PTEM IIBU Mh, and con
llnue In sctdon sixteen week. t.'ndrr the
mmo KiiperviMon nml control ns It w:i
taut term, tlio School will lie conducted lit
it similar mitnncr. Attbc LicKlnnlritf ol the
term a clan will lie formed lor the ttmly
of (I colony.
Application for ndml'slou mutt be made
either to sirs. 1'. A. Taylor, or tlio Ke'.or.
The price of tuition will lie only fight
dollars tor the term of sixteen week, pay-
AIILK IN AIlVANCK.
Oiiaiilks A. OiMiKiiT, Hector
PIl.NKMUtnl l.oiiln llvrlirrl'M.
Ten potinil letter ItwttN, larehl.e,Ciir
11I jiaper, ratetl two cents lilht r tluiti
nny other p.ipor tt'eil In Cairo for print
ing letter licail ordinary composition
only $1 60 per thousand nt the llt n.i:ri.v
nutfllntl of i:ery leirrlilloii
X11 I lie Clltzvn or nlr.
1 would infoni my many frluiuN, that I
am still in the auction IjUbIiics, and ready
to attend to all sale- that may oiler. My
lout; experience In thin huidnci tiieih no
comment it I im experiment on my pnrt,
and parties entrusting food ii my care
need not be afraid, as I am no "iUlb" or
i4 in thn butlnc-i.
1JiccUl attciillon kIcii to real eHatc nd
otil-door r;de, a I lmvc nuvrrniUed inak-
DKaiale. I IIamman, Aactlonetr.
Corner Sixth ftrect and Commercial Av.
ErX Jiag tock envelojies at the lit-:.-l.iniN
olllec, $3 2." per M.
Three largo and very denirublc family
roow, Irontlng on tfie Ohio, at the .St.
Churles Hotel, can be had, with bord, at
very reason ible rate during this s'uminer
mouth. Abundance o pure air and per
fect ventilation. T-10-tf.
On to I.oills llerbcrt'it for I'll.M:
5E. fQrXX Amber and White ra? tock
envelopes at the IUI.m:ti.v olllce. printed,
3 W nml 1 00 per M.
Klrat-clM room and board at the Ar
lington House, at per uiontli.
T1101. H. I-i.Li-, Proprietor.
Xotlrc r ItellKMlll.
The well-known barber i-hop, eonier
tichth and Commercial, preldud ov.t by
ho popular artl't, (!cor'o !:telnhouc, has
removed one door north on t.ommcrc'al, lu
.he Grand Central Hotel. The new shop Ij
arge and coinm idloui, and those wishing
(or anyihlng artistic in the way of fashion
blo hair cutting, smooth .hac, etc.. will
Jo well to call at tho (irand Ceutral llarber
Ono hundred thousand feet aborted
luinbcr, for sale at panic prices for casli
for the next 10 days at the Wall .t Cut
mill. ' .1. S. McGaiii:v.
A -V". I I.niuitlry.
It In now conceded that Jlre. Coleman,
tho laUHdrcn. So. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wuhlngtin k Commercial avenue,
Ua one of the bci-t conducted laundry
tabllslimetiU in the city, nnd landlords ol
hotels and boarding house! nlll llnd It to
their advantage to call upon her.
Her prices urc n IoIIowh: Hotel and
hoarding-house waslilng, 75 oontH per
dozen. K01 piece work price aru
as follown: Single Klilrt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen SOr, ock rc; two col
lars, Be; two handkerchiefs, .'ic; vests 'J0c;
and all gentlemcn'it wear. Mc. per
dozen. Ladles' drc-es, 25 to nOej
tklrti 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hoso 6c; two collars T to 10c. For la
dies Plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; lor la-
iiiej rino clothes. $1 25 per dozen; dnno
drsuiptly, and promptly delivered.
tronage tollcltcd S-31-lni
50,000 envelope!-, all Krnde iiml piiee.,
just received nt tlio Hcmxi in ob olllce
A bllvcr Plated No. 0 WIU011 Shuttle Sow
ing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsh, valued at
$65. Will be told at iZO discount, on good
term, and ordered direct from tho factory
A No. 0 WlUsn Shuttlo Sowing Machine
valued at 875. Will he sold at $15 discount
and ordered direct frc m the lactory.
A 90 Hcmington Sowing Machine-.'10
oil' for cash. Sultsblo for tailor or hoot uud
At a bargain, and on eood terms, a Howe
Sowing Machlno. May ho seen at tho Com
pany's ofllce, corner Niuth Htrcet ond Com
"l'letuwsmio America" 18 numbers
hound in 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco
price, $ to,
Aityh"E," -'dough, Wurrcn & Co.'"
Parlor Organ, right from the factory at De
troit. Ut price, 9300. Will bo sold for
A new two-homo Gamble wagon.
For ny of the nbovn article, npply at
th9 Bulletin offlc. H, A. Buiinktt.
itATi.s or Aiivi:itn.si.ii.
E5"All bills for ii'lurtMnt;, nre due nnd pay-
uhle IM All AN( K
Tnui'lciit ndU'rlUIng will lie Inneilcd lit His
rate of fl 10 tuii- for the first hi.ertlnn
iiml .VMcnt for each iiib'cucnt one. A IIIk-ikI
discount will I made on standing nddlplay
I-ocnl notices, IiiuIiicm or i.tlierM be, HI '''
charged ten renin per line for Hip ftrot mid five
rent for earli additional Iiim rtlnti, (rnnntlnK
IHelliietnndupivardJi.t dlroiint Mill lie made
after third Insertion.
U.urcll, Society, KctUslnml Myper notices
will only I Inserted us ndvrstbciiicnts-
For fn-ertlnjf Funeral notice $1 to. Notice of
meeting of societies or secret order W n 11M for
.Voadtertreiiient will he icceUed at les than
SIWDAY, SHIM'KMIlKIt fi, 1875.
I.nrnl Wr-nllicr Itriiurl.
Tnr. I Wind.
Var. I WtAiiian
THOMAS .IONF.S, Sergt. S. S., U. 8. A.
A cook timn jireferrotl.
Apply nt tin;
l.oretla Academy will bo opened
Mr. Hyi-lop, of the City National
Hank of tliU city, left yoterday moi iilnjr
font vMt to fialinu -Mines.
Uo to Cliarlcj .Schoenincyrr'.s for freili
The Cairo it Vlnccnncs railroad com
pany now have n gang ol laborers at
woik putting down u .switch runniiig
from Hie corner ol Twentieth to Twenty
Alexander county i:Ireuit court,
Maker presiding, will commence
at the court bouse in this city on Monday
(to-morrow) morning. Tim docket is a
A private ball, to be given under the
management of the Delta string band,
will come oil at Liberal Ueligloiis ball on
Tue-day night. A very pleasant timu U
A young lady made her appear
ance at thu residence of .Judge Haker on
J'riday night at twelve o'clock.
Another boy at Dr. ilrlgliaiu'"1. Ho
wanted a gill. la willing to trade.
11IO INDUCEMENTS OFFKItKI)
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWl'KKTllWAlT A- rjlILLU'S'.
Clilef iii l'ollci (iosMimn Informs us
that from every direction li.i 1 In OuMy
receipt of postal cards, reiptcstlng 1dm to
keep a 'harp look-out for horu thc-lvc,
who have been committing their depre
I'mrnrll .-.T I II 11 II .
W'c are informed that the Kev. Mr.
Wallar, who will leavo to-morrow to at
tend the conference at t'entrnlia, will in
dl probability be assigned other Ileitis of
labor than Cairo by that body. It is
thought the sermon to bu preached by
Mr. Wallar at tho Methodist Church this
veiling will bo id' last In this city.
Services as Usual, to-day, morning
and evening, at tho Church of the P.e
deeiner, Fourteenth ftreet, between
Washington avenue and alnut street,
by the Rev. Mr. Gilbert.
Service at the M. h. church to-day
it 11 a.m. and s p.m. ."subject in tne
morning, "The Church; ' lu the evening,
M l-take.s In Social Lite."
The city authorities are r.ow having a
drain dug from the pond ol water ij mg
in tliu strip ot land belonging to mo Illi
nois Central railroad company, on the
south side ot Kighth street, between
Commercial avenue and tho levee, to the
main rower near Ninth street, for the
purpose of running the water into the
Willi I to l'lirclwse.
Tho congregation of the Church of the
Redeemer aro making a move low am
piitchashlng the residence ol Mr. Wiaiies
Thrupp, corner of seventh street ami
Washimitouuvcnue. The liouo, provnicu
the premises are bought by the members,
will be used as a rectory, while tlio cliurcn
on Fourteenth street will bu moved upon
the same lot, until the congregation feel
themselves able to build a larger one.
About ten o'clock yesterday morning
a dllllculty took place between two dark
les near the Bui.i.kii.v olllce, which
proved ot serious consequences to one of
them. Tho names of the patties aro Wil
liam Horner and Harry Johnson. They
were both under the lnlluenee of liquor,
and fought like bull-dogs until separated
by n couple of white men, when it was
found that Horner, who had begun the
light, had tho bridge of his nose broken
Tho next term ol the Parish school of
tliu Church of the Heileemer, will begin
tn-morrow morning lit the room over
Me. Wbltlock's irrocory store, corner of
Tenth street and Washington avenue,
and continue Is session sixteen weeks.
The school will be conducted lu the same
mnnner It Was last term, and will bo un
der the supervision of the Rev. Mr. Gil
bert. Nearly double thu number of pit
nils taught In thu Palish school last
term will receive Instructions in
school this term.
BQT Pilsenet-Beer fresh and cool, the
finest beer over drank, at Chas. Sclioen
meyer's, corner Tenth street and Wash
In Ciiht), Thur'day evening, Septem
ber 2ml, or coniimption, .lames Barrett,
aged .11) year.'. Mr. Barrett vn an old
resilient of Cairo.
'J'lio election of a Vice-President to sill
the vacancy will lake placo nt lliuregulnr
meeting Monday evening, Sept. fltli.
Mauuv Sciifii, tjee'y,
Cha. Scliocnmeyer lias Jut received
it irwh lot ol tlio llneft beer ever brought
to Cairo. At ten o'clock to-day lie will
give hi; patrons n line lunch, the leading
feature of which will be delicious turtle
soup, followed by plenty of fresh I'll-f-ener,
Wn yesterday received from .Mr. David
Hm-d, of Denver, Colorado, formerly ol
thM city, a copy of the nuniial report of
tho Board of L'dueatlon, with rules and
course of study of Dictrlct No. 1, of that
city. Mr. Ilunlls now president of that
Piofe?nr Alvord received a telegrnm
ye.terday morning from Miss IC. A
Foote, of Ton du l.ae, Wlscon'in, who
has Ik en engaged as one of the teachers
m the lllgli bcliool. stating that on ac
count of Hlncs It will be impossible to
come to Cairo before Friday.
Importnnl lit nil In Need of Neliool
.Ittjl received at Unnnon's Bookstore,
a largi- and full supply of .School Books,
Blank Books, Pen", Ink, Slates, Pcnclk
Ac. In fact, everything used in Cairo
schools. Prices have been marked down
lower man ever before. oil will save
money by buying at Ilauuon's old es
tablished bookstore. 0-3-31.
Into Hie Hltrr.
Velerday morning, at two o'clock,
while a freight ear loaded with turpen
tine and resin was being run Irom the
Mississippi railroad track opposite this
city, to the transfer boat of the road, "II.
a. .Mctouib, the car In some way got
the tipper iiaud ol those who were man
aging it, and ran down upon the boat
with a crash, tho drawhead ol the car
striking the bumper at the end of the
track with such force that the box went
sliding oil' of the trucks and Into the
A negro woman named Ann Carter
stoppctl us on tho street yesterday, and
informed us that while she and one of
her friends were walking along Walnut,
between Fourteenth and Kighteenth
streets, on 1 rlday nigiit, tliey saw a
ghoit. "It was a real ghost, sure 'nough,"
said the negro, "for Olivia (the name ot
her Inend,) and tne saw iiim walkiir on
de railing, throwin lib arms about as if
beckoning for some one. There's goln
to be something happen 'lore long, or
cite that gho-t wouldn't been shlnnln
'round in dat way, nowVriiind what I tell
Tho Kxt'iimhin Tu-nlKht.
The steamer Arkansas Belle will leave
our wharf this evening- for PaUuenh,
whither she will convey an excursion
liarty Irom tills city. The boat will nr- I
rlvu at Piiducitli about midnight, nnd lay I
oser ut Unit place until Monday morn
ing, when the excur.-lonlsts will board
tho steamer Klsk and return to Cairo, ar
riving at twr-lvo o'clock, noon. A good
band ol music will accompany the partv
and enliven the trip with good inuie.
The fare lor thu round trip has been
placed down at the very low price of two
dollars and lifty cents, Including meals.
The trip will doubtless be very pleasant.
Mr. G. A. Flngodo, agent forthc mam
moth lager beer brewing establishment
ot V. Blatz, of Milwaukee, Is at tho Plan
ters'. Mr. F. informs us that he visits
Cairo for the purpose of establishing an
agency here for the Blatz beer, and that
Mr. llucfuer, ol the Planters', has ac
cepted the agency. The introduction of
Blatz Milwaukee lager, we aro Informed
by Mr. llucfuer, will be a grand allair.
V grand lunch will bo spread, composed
be present and enliven the occasion with
llue music. All the friends of Mr. llucf
uer and the beer drinking community at
largo are cordially invited to be on hand,
Wednesday night next.
The Duly ol Hit- t'lly Cuiiik-II.
A stated meeting of the City Council
will be held on Tuesday night next when
the matter of the police force will be con
sidered. We hope tills question will be
debated with calmness and settled with
out passion or prejudice. We know it
will be a dltlleult task for some of the nl
deiinen to do Mayor Winter Justice; but
we believe his action should be sustained
and the force continued as it is. We cer
tainly cannot be accused of any partial
ity for thu Mayor, ami we regard Messrs.
Williams, Wliitcamp and Schuster witli
nothing but feelings of Mildness. If they
could have harmonized with His Honor,
wo would have been pleased for their
sakes; but tho fact is, as every one must
now see, tills cannot be. Tho Mayor
and these olliccrs cannot work together,
and tho Interests of the city require their
abtcncu Irom the force or tho Mayor's
resignation. It Is not a reasonable de
mand that Mayor Winter shall resign be
cause hu cannot agree with somu
of his nimolntod otllccrs, but It
Is a reasonable demand that tho council
shall penult H13 obnoxious olllcers tore
tire, provided that by doing so no injury
is to be done to tho city. And lu this In
stance none can be done. Mr. Gossmau,
If thu Mayor's action were sustained,
would take Mr. Williams' place, and
surely no ono would say this change
would bo to the disadvantage ot tho city
Mr. Gossmau Is ns good n man n Mr.
Williams, and in our opinion better quail
lied to puiform thu duties of City Mar
shal. Andrew Cain Is one of the best of
olllcers, always prompt to do his duty,
and O'Melia Is, wo are informed, a good
man who will provo to bu a tlrst-elass
oillcer. These gentlemen should bo con
llrmed in their olllces so that tho present
peaceful condition of Affairs may continue
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Tliey Will li Oprnnl Tii..Morrow
the Teaehen are, and
The next scholastic year of thu Cairo
PubllcSchooIs begins to-morrow, Septem
ber (1th. The High School department
will not open until Tuesday. It will be
taught bv Mis JC. A. Foote and Mrs. K.
C. Granger. Mi Mellrlde, Ml II.
Melirldc. Miss l.mma Livingston nml
Mlj Mary Powers will have charge of
the lower room of the High School
Miss Thompson will be assisted by
Miss HarreR In the (trammer' Depart
ment of iho Thirteenth street building.
MIssX. McKce, Mls K. M. F.mcrlck,
Mls Anna Phlllls and Miss M. Aubrey
will teach In the lower rooms of the same
M'ss Rogers will teach the hleventh
Street School and MIsr Walbrldge the
Miss M. K. McBride, Jliss J. Copcland
anil Miss A. Copeianil will teach the
The public are respectfully and ear
nestly solicited to visit the schools
often, that they maj form an opinion from
thtir own obxrvation in regard to the
character and thorouglnicsi of the work
done. G.G. At.vort!),Hup't.
We wore yesterday shown by ex-chlcf
of Police William.", nt the police headquarters-,
a relic prized highly by that
gentleman. It Is nothing more nor less
than a maul, such as used by nil rail
splitters and wood-choppers. This one,
we are Informed by Captain Williams,
was used by thu late Mr. Lincoln, and
that It Is his Intention to send It to the
Centennial at Philadelphia. Tho relic is
still at polieu headquarters, and may be
seen by all who call there.
fnril of Tliiink.
At a regular meeting of the Cairo
Boating Association the following reso
lution was adopted unanimously : That
we tender our sincere thanks to Mrs.
Wm. Winter; to the Misses Annie nnd
Kitty Alvonls and Miss II. L. Itobblns;
to Mr. Wm. II. Morris nnd Mr. John Os
wald ; also to the Silver Cornet and Delta
City String Band', and numerous other
friends, for their assistance and patron
ago .at our latu performance of Caste,
iVc, Friday evening, August 27tb, 1S73.
J.vo. S. AtsTiioitPi;, Sec'y.
This atternoou at two o'clock, there
will be a match game of base ball on the
Thirty-Fourth street grounds, tatween
ijuj. Panic Club of Mound City and the
DMutce Club of Cairo. Mound City is
bJii on beating Cairo.
There has been considerable talk among
thu ball players ol this city lately about
the proposed game between the Idlewilds
of Padueali and thu Contralln club, which
was to have taken place lu this city, but
up to yesterday morning it was gener
ally understood that the game had (alien
through, owing to the Puducah boys not
responding to the challenge of Centralia
to ptuy for n Vnrm of three hundred dol
Jars. 1 estcrdiiy, liou-ever. Jlr. IVrrv.
foreman of the Patlucah JfemU, .arrived
In this city front Padueali, and called upon
Mr. Phillips, the secretary of the Cen
trum club, and verbally accepted the
challenge to play either Tor three bun
died dollars or mere sport, Jut ns the
Centralia boys may wish. The hitter
....... A .1. . .1 .
eiiiu me .iii.Muiis iw give nie luicwuus a
turning over, and they will no doubt
prove the toughest lot of citizens to lian
dleinngamu ol ball that the Paducah
boys have ever yet got hold of. When
the game will conic off has not vet been
settled. Tho lovers of thu national game
may look for n very interesting contest,
as thu Idlewilds aro considered one of
the best clubs in Kentucky, while the
Centralia boys have the reputation of be
ing t lie finest club in Southern Illinois.
Lit of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Post Olllce
at Cairo. Abir""'
..iiuiiay, sept. -I,
I. A DIES' LIST.
Brag Mary, Bancroff Mrs. S. D.
Bliss Mrs. W. T Carter Lizzie,
Couriers Mary, Ellison Fannie,
lleiitrhens M. A.. Leonard Artie,
Lang Katie, Powers Annie,
Thompson Adeline, Tubbs Mallnda,
Waginuer Sarah, Wlicpel, M. K.
Clark C. C,
Pro. Paper Mills,
HossKobt. K. Lee,
Stancill John Q.,
Clark C. A.,
llarraman C. W.,
Iteagan Jas. B
Spenser K. M.,
Wallace J. R.
Persons calling for thu above letters
will pleaso say "Advertised."
Gr.o. W.McKkaio, P.M.
" A O00D TIME.
I'or You n if nml old rolW.
A trip to Padueali mid return on tho
steamers Arkansas Belle and Jim Fisk.
Will leave Cairo Sunday evening, Sep
tember D, at 0 o clock, p. m. on tho
steamer Arkansas Belief return Monday,
September 0, at 12 on tlio Jim Fisk.
Good music and something good to eat.
Hound trip, For tickets apply to
Jim BlggS passenger agent, 5."i Ohio
UlMllH uud Mioc.
O. Haythorn& Co. have just received
two bundl ed cases boots and shoes, which
they oiler at wholesale and retail nt pri
ces that defy competition.
At the Dullktin bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumes, Bill gilt mor
rocco; cost SU i for sale nt ?I0.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Patlucah.
" City Chester, Memph.
" Belle Memphis, St. Ixuii.
Tow-boat Lioness, St. l.ouU.
Ktna, St. Louis.
Jim Klsk, Padttcnh.
City Chester, St. Lotil,
Belle Memphis, Memphis.
Tow-boat Lioness. St. Loub.
" Nail City, Mmlthland.
" Ktnn, Ohio.
niVKIl ANI WKATHKR.
The river last ivcntnjr was 11 feet 11
2-.r Inches on the gauge, having fallen 1
l-r Inches during the previous 24 hours.
Thi weather Is turning quite hot
What has liccome of "that other"
boating association which was talked ol
last week ?
The Nail City with two barges of
iron ore has laid up in the mouth of the
Cumberland to wait for water, and it Is
probable that the Etna will do so too.
The Cairo Boating association, for
whom the six oared row boat Is being
built, received their oars yesterday and
they are beauties of the latest pattern.
They are on exhibition nt Robbln' music
While the McCorub was receiving
six box etrs loaded with turpentine and
resin at Filmore City yesterday the mud
on the track caused the wheels ol the en
gine to slip and the train catne down the
Incline like shot out ot a shovel. The
butting beam at the after end of the
track on the McComb stopped the trucks
and one of the boxes went over the
beams Into the river. Tho Eckert will
llsh it or its contents out of the river to
The pond of slpe water which re
mained so persistently at the corner of
Tenth street nnd the levee, to the disgiPt
of everybody, has at last disappeared. A
sewer was built through Tenth street es
pecially for its bcncllt, and with this In
ducement, it started on its march to the
sea last evening. The only parties who
npticared regretful over Its departure
were the two ducks that have used its
expansive waters for excursion purposes.
The steamer Indiana is very hard
agrouuu at the lieau of Cumberland Is
land, where there is but tj feet water.
Shu put off her stock on the Island and
has ii barge above the bar also loaded
with her freight. She is now unloading
the rest of her cargo on the barge, Mary,
which the tow-boat, Nail City, came
dowu and got for her from thu Missis
sippi Valley Transportation company
Shu will probably get out here this even
ing or to-morrow morning.
IttVKI lUrOHT, I
Sept. I, ims. i
urATIO.NS. LOW WATKU. vo-ifu
IT. 'I !!. T. W.
Cairo .'. It "7i IT
I'lttsbur t 11
Cincinnati 7 1 1
UmtdVllle 3 a 4
Nujhvllle -.' .', . -i
bt. Louis 11 II x- 1
MEMPHIS AND C INCINN ATI
Cioiwli kiiislrial Mita
On Board the
J. D. PAKEE,
H. W. Wis Master.
L. M. Kklxos nil inst'"at 10
Will leate Cairo MO.VM' firry pasenger to
o'clinh.ti una return t reduced rates. Iloard
Ing and lxtulnc furnUhed while lu Cincinnati.
Muaio, Sanct&B and a Oood Time Oe
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinaati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled side-wheel etenraer
I). G. KowR - a.,,e
Kd. It. Thomas - Clerk.
W 111 leave KvansvUlleforCalroevery MONDAY
and lllUUSUAV att o'clock p. .,. .
leaves Cairo every TUK3UAY and r ftlDAY.al
6 o'clock i. hi.
The (lea-ant slde-wbeel etesmtr
umi iui. V'v.iiKvllli. fur Culro (Very
DAY and FRIDAY at 4 o'clock p. in.
Will leave Calroevery WEDNESDAY and SAT
UltUAY at 0 o'clock p. m.
The elegaut side-wheel steamer
Leaves Evansville for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY aud BATUllADi atop. m.
Uavt Culro every IJIUIISDAY and SUNDAY
I 0 n. hi.
Each bout iimkcs close o""w,mfa,,Sm?
..in. iir-i-.-l... kli-amtra for Bt. lAiuu
phUand-New Orleans, and at Kvansv mui
lie K.AC. It. H for all iiolnts North and aasi.
and wim the Louisville Mall Stearoers lor all
pS nuoii th., Ut-per Ohio. KlvtK throil. r
celpts ou IrtlghU aud iusieiiger to all polute
,rr orftiriberlufornuitlon apply to
tot UB0L jjitvEll, Vasenger Agent.
HALLIDAY BUOS., Agents.
do and seo tho Broadway Hat at
O. lIaythorn&Co'a.;prioo$l 50. Cun't
bo bought elsewhere for lcs thnn f3 W).
Real Estate Golui
Several good Farms and J ,000 acrea of
unimproved Lands in Alexander :outity.
"Winter'. Block" and "WlnUr'n Row.'
A large number ol desirable Residences,
and excellent vcnt suitable for
builnea houses and residence.
House on Nineteenth street, fort)50, With
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, Offl.
res or Business room cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, s and ti, in
Winter's How, ft roams each, for lo per
No. 10, (csrner) til W 7 rooms.
Tnat deniable double Cottage on corner
oi TMitetntn and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Hleventh Mrtet,
suitable for Dwelling and Business.
Two homes on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Muslnet Homes and
Two .mall Houses west of Twenty-second
.treet, near Pine, 4 each per month.
Dwelling bouse on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 rooms, for (12 per month.
Business houe on Levee, near Eighth
street, lor ft 20 per month.
FOR LEASE, OR SALE.
A number of Lota on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots In different
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Illinois Ckntkal Railroad Com tan y
Omn ok General Sol'thkiin
Aoent, Cairo, Sept. 2, 181
excursion tickets are now on sale to
the Louisville Exposition. Fare for the
round trip, $12 GO-good to return until
Oct. 18th. Tickets to the Cincinnati Ex
position will bo put on sale Sept. 7 th
good to return until Oct. 11. Fare for
the round trip, $12 00.
"-U-3t. Jamkh Johnson,
elletMaFIMENEK-U Lotslit Her.
PILSENEU at Louis HerbcrtV
For three days, lime at low prices, in
barrels, by Jno. B. Phlllls & Son.
Wood, $4 per cord 50 cents off for
cash. Big Muddy coal by the car load $3
per ton. All goods delivered.
C. W. WllEELKK & CO.
Office and Yani. Tenth street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
Iaie Herbert sum P IMEMEft.
Cheaper Ttiaa Ever Known Before,
Mason's Self-Sealing Fruit Jarsatf I 50
per dozen. Extra rubbers lor Mason's
Fruit Jars, at Daniel Hartman's, corner
Sixth street; 8-31-tf
TaVen up, by the subscriber, on the
county road irom Cairo to Mound City, two
mules Irom Cairo, on the 30tn day ol Au
gust, a young calf an i rsdcow ; Muso face
under bit In right and ball slope off tip of
lelt ear. The owner can hate them by
calling and paying charges.
u-2-0t Munrox Kdwahds.
A line Horse, Buggy and IIarueis, all
In good order. Will trade for good city
property. Cull nt Alexander County
Beady printed packages of wash lists-
enough in each book to last two yetrs,
for 00 cents each at the Bullktin OIHoc
for the next two days.
.ue Parish School will open in the
room of Mr. Wbltlock's store, corner o.
Washington avenue nnd Tenth street,
Monday morning, at 9 o'clock.
Charles A. Oilbkrt, Kcctor.
Olaaa Bralt Jara.
at 70 cents per dozen; all the latest styles
In jelly glass. Sealing wax In large nnd
small quantities, at Dan'l Hartinan's,
corner Sixth street.
Persona havlniT cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can havo It done
promptly and at prices to suit tho times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I have a man and pump cmpioyeu an wt
time for tho purpose. b-.-u-jw
Pace. Elliott Co.
VTm have this day assocla d with ut In
our business Mr. Henry Elliott, recently ol
Elliott A Uaylhorn, and -hall continue lo
do a general Hour and commission dusi-
Caiko, III., Hept. I, IH73. !
Wanted, a Hrst class barber. Steady
employment at $15 per week. Apply to
l'lauo-nearly new; Top Buggy,
Show Case, Burglar and Fire-Proof Safe.
Cheap lor cash. Apply to
U-l'tt. L' ll' Myers.
Waralnsr to Halooss-Keeaers.
I hereby warn all saloon-keepers and
Utiuor dealer", that I wl11 prosecute, to
the ItiU extent of tho law, all those who
sell or give Intoxicating liquors to my
husband, Paul W. Allen.
8 31-lw , Elizabeth Allen.
Obttaolet to Marriage.
Happy relief for youngman from the ef
fect of Errori ana Aouiee in eariy w.
Manhood restored. Impedimenta to Mar-
i.ra removed. New method oi treat-
m..L N.w and renurltablo reaaedlet.
nnnki mad ClnnUri sent free, In sealed ea
v.imiea- Addrats Bswaret AmocUUob,
Aia N. Ninth at. l'hlladelhta, Pa.-M UatU
tution baling a WghtepuUlon for hoBor
able conduot and professional sam.
A riae fttork.
Wm. Elder desires to Inform h' pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on hand a fara stock ot French and
(lerrnin Calf, Kip and Morocco, and i pre
pared to manufacture, or store and oillro
wear, tie finest of Morocco or Csll Skin
Shoes or Boon; and for f.irmer, draymen
and out donr wear generally, his French
Kip standi above anything ever offered in
tnls market. HI. Lasts arc of the latest
styles and he can guarantee a nt and satlf
f action to all his patrons. n:!-tt
100 barrels of lime, bcstquallty, forsalo
at low-down figures nt Jno. It. Phlllls tfc
MSfXX Woodstock envelopes nt thu
Bulletin ofllce. $3 00 per M.
We have received another job lot or
HnU.whlch we offer to-day at less than
half their value O. HAYTiionA Co.
Lime nt lowest prices at Jno. B. Phlllls
tST Fresh and cool PJIsenerevery tlay
at Charles Schoerimeyer's.
Corrected Dully by K. it. Steams, commission
merchant, Secretary of the Cairo llouril ot
Flour, according to rradc.. $f. 0 '
Corn, mixed, sacked 7.'c
Corn, white, sacked s:a
Oats, mixed. tin
Iran, wr tea-.... aiCi
Meal, steam dried a a C.
Mutter, choice Northern -To
llutter, choice Southern 111.- Ka
Kjnrs, per dozen I2c
Chickens, perdoien at fA.(:i ui
Turkeys, per Uoten afloat
Apple, chutcc, per barrel S2 .Ml
Apples, common, per btirrel SI .Mi
1'oUtoes, per barrel - $1 :o
Onions wr barrel - 3
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hia own Horse Shoes and
can Assure oooa work.
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