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tt V KnlKht of I'jthlm, mts every Krl-
,,7VSJ uuy iilK'it at hair-patt men, in tnw
HIIOVVS' IIIIII .J.MI.ll tlllSMIASl,
Af.KXANDKlt l,OIai:, NO. Ml.
Intlein-nilrnt Onlrr or OdiM'VN
low, iiiitti) every Thursday tillit
ni luilr.iiiint pi'ii. In their 1 ml 1 on
Commercial avenue, betvvicn sixth uiul Seventh
itltits. T J. Krimi, N. U.
1AIIIO KNOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. V meets
Vln Oilil-KellowV Hall on tlic flint nnd third
I iiei'ld) In every month, at hnlf-pat rcven
.l.xd II. oiiKiit.v, (J. I'
A ( AlltOUtlldi:. N0.217,A,I'. A A.M.
,T HoM ivirnlur rviimiitinlciitlniM In Mil
fcK"'lp Mull, corner Commrrclul limine
wi'i i.ixiiiii suin, on uiv seeunii unii
i.urin Jluwliiv tifnicli month.
TIio next torrn of the I'-trlih Sclmol of
tlin Ctntrcli ol tli lteleeiner will litgln on
MONDAY, ,Si:tMi:Mlli:it r,th, ami con
Untie In (cslon siMetn vvetk. I'mlcrtliu
mine Miiervlslon nml control n It was
list term, tlia School wll! tic conducted In
h similar m inner. Atttiu ticKlruiliu; ol the
term a clv will lie formed lor llio study
of (I oology.
Application Tor admission most lie made
cither to Mr. I. A.Ta)lor, or tho llec'.or.
Tho prlco of tuition will bo only eight
dollars lor the term of sixteen week, cay-
AHLK I.V ADVANCE.
Cimui.kh A. (Hi.iiKitr, Hector.
l'II.Ni:.i:it at I.ouli llprlH-rl'x.
Taken tip, liy the subscriber, on the
county road irotn Cairo to Mound City, two
millet Irolii Cairo, on the tWIb iliy ol All
j;int, a ynuntf call ana re J cow ; blase face
under hit In right tint hall slope oir tip of
le it car. The owner can ha o them by
rnlllng and paying charges.
fl-'.'-Gt Mt'NKOK KOWAItli."'.
nnp Iliilli or i: wry lleierlptloii
PHIL II. SALT'S.
Til I III- llllcii-. uf 'nlru.
I wouM Inform my inmy IrlrmK tint 1
am -till In the auction hutlne., .mil ready
to attend to all rale Hint may offer. My
Ions; experience in this business nicl- no
comment I In no exptriiiieot on my part,
and parties f-nlrustliig good to in cut
need not be itfialil, a I am no "-ipill," or
nutlet' In thi buini.
fptcUl attention given to real est-itu slid
oiil-iloor salo, as I hive never ml;eil niak-ina-alc.
I) II.vlir.M.tN, Attctloiictr.
Corner Sixth ftreit and Commercial A v.
liert'k l'II.Si:M:it-it l.miii Hrr.
A .'. I l.iiiniilry .
It l now colicedcd that Mr-. Coleman,
the l.iiinlre-.. .Sc. II Fourth street, be
twecn V I'liinnn .t C Minuend l avenues,
tiKoncuf the bit conducted laundry i.
lablirlim-nn .n the City, and lindlonN cl
hotels and ho irdlni,' tiouci mil llnd it to
their dvantai,e to call upon her
Her i rle are ai lollov: Hotel and
lioinlltr.'-tiouro wai-hlii', 75 cents
docn. 1'ot piece work pncei
at folIo'.: ."inlc hlrt and
ar, 10 -; per dozen S'c; ;oek- .V; two
,rr, Re; two handkerchief, oc; verti
ind all gentlemen' wear, eQc.
' uni. Ladles' dresai, 25 to
AirulU to 'ic; drnwori 10 to 15c;
ialr ho'c .1c; two collars 5 to inc. Kor la
dle' plain ctolhci. SI 00 per dozen; for la
lien line cloth', ? I 'i per dozen; done
tlrsmptly, and promptly delivered. ia
tronafre follclted i-31-lm
Ten potiml letter head-, l:ii,'eslzu,Car-11-le
piipor, rated twit cent- hllu r ilitm
any other paper u-ed lu Cairo for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only $1 50 per thousand at the 111 i.i.ktin
At tile KiM.i.i'.ii.v binilery IS niinilii rs.
IjouiuI in two volumes lull ,'ili nior
rocco; co-t ?l I ; for .JUlo at $10.
4J to I.imiIi llcrlM Tl--. Tor I'l
A 1'lin- Mock.
Win. llhler deirc to Inform h's patron-
and the public generally, that he ha
now on ImiiiI a lare stock ol Prmcli and
Herman od Kip and M rocco, nnd 1- prc-
pr d to niiiititaeture, lor 'tore ami oillco
wear, Ihe llnest of Morocco or ChIi tiktn
tMioo or Bj .t; and for f irmer.-, draymen
and out do r wear generally, hli French
Kip tUnd above anything ecrotlcrcd In
till-market. Ills Last.- are id the latest
styles and he can guarantee a lit and satis
faction to all his patron. !i ILK
(Jo to Charles tielioeiuni'ycf'.s for I'lv.-li
BaT Kre-h and cool Pil-ciier every tiny
at Clmrles Schnciiiuoyt't V.
PILSKNKi: nt Louis Herbert's.
taTl'llsencr Iteer at Ctorgo I.attnei'f
saloon, on Commercial uveutie, between
Filth and Sixth streets.
for Nil If.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) tlubh, valued at
$."). Will he udd at $20 discount, on good
term, and ordered direetlrom the factory.
Colored and minuted .Maps of thu c ty of
Cairo at r- o oacii, f null price).
A No.U Wilson Shnttlo Sewing Maehlue
valued ut 7,'i Will bo sold ut $15 dUcount
ami oruereii direct lit m the factory.
A CiiO itumlnuton Suvvlrg Machine-$.!0
oil' for cash. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good toniiH, a ilnvvo
aowinir Mac lino, .nay no icen at the Com,
pany'H olllce, corner Ninth street and Com.
"-Ciiirenue Amur c"4S nnni'ini
bound in a vohtmei, full gnt Morocco;
prlco, ?t0. h '
A atylo "E," "CloiiKh, Warren & Co.'s"
Parlor Orcan, right from the factory at De
troit. I.let price, aoo. Will ho nod lor
. new tvvodiorao Oamblv wagon.
For any of tlionhovo ortlclci, apply at worK of improving tlicm may go on tin
tb BtftMCTtN olllce, K, As Iil'liftaTT. til thy have Mil hevn put lu order.
ft he iullitt.
n.VTi.s or ADViiitn.sixo.
j"AII 1)11 le f.ir adrcrtiilng, arc due and pay
able i.v advanck
'lranslcnt ndvertlflnK will lie Ineertwl atth
late ofll 10 pcr'iiaic forthc first Insertion
and ilcrnt for each tili'Cuent one. A liberal
discount will be made on utandlnK and display
lical iiolirri, bulnci or othcrvvlfe, will lie
charged ti n rcntl per line lor the llrst and fltr
rrnti for raoli addltlonnl ln-rtlon, (coimtliiK
live I lute and ujnTanl)) a discount wld Ix-made
nfli r thlnl lncitlon.
Chiirrh, Society, Kcftlvnlniid SnpKT notice
Will only lirlii'rrtid as advrrtUcinrntj
I'or liiH'itlntt I'linerul notice $1 K Notice ol
inrvtltiK of soclvthi or seen t onlcrn rent for
No advcrtlTiinnl will Is: itcclveil at lts than
SI'NDAY, .SLPTi:.Ml!i:it 12, 1S70.
Local Wi-nthcr Krporl.
Caiiio.Ill., .Sept. ll.liT.'i.
Time, I Haii. ITme. I Wish. I Vir.. I V!ATllll.H
7 a m.
.T0.IW1 ;r in. K.
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a ',0" i , w i n. j: '
I I Clouily.
1 110MAS JONKs), Sergt. H. S., U. S. A.
A cook man preferrctl.
Apply at the
JSiijinc.i In tlicpolli-i' courN
w a" very
I.'ijv. .1. I). (Jllliaiu Inn been appointed
to tin; pastorate of the M. K. cliurcli, in
thi flly, for tin.1 eiifuiii' oonlerciice
Tlieit; will bono services In either the
Presbyterian or Methodl-t churches to
day, and then1 will be but one serinon
preached lu the Lpiseopal church.
IWniiu nt M7.1,
A number of good sccouiMinml pianos
for sa'u at Jiobbins' Mu-io llazaar. Prices
from $75 to $150, on easy p lytncnts.
Call at once. ll-l'J-'Jt.
in lli-uin ivrnlliiii.
1'liu Liberal Jtellious A-oclntlon, we
are Informed, will be''in their sociable
nml lecture eaon about the llr.-t of next
month, and eontluuu the same through
KldcrS. K. Mabey (Ailvenlit,) will
hold a protr:ieted meetlii.' at the Chris
tian cliurcli, eoiiimeiicinjj Simdav. Sept.
l-Jth. W5, at 10:110 a. m. The public are
invited to attend. IMO-'-'t.
A petition, signed by about twenty-live
property owners on Commercial avenue,
a-kiti" that the Cairo iV Vinceiines rail
road be Indicted ns a nuisance, was pre-
M-ntctl to therand Juryye-terduyinorn-iti'.
Along tilts track of the Cairo and Vin
euiuies railroad, between Sixth and
Twentieth elrccts there are at least half
a tlo.en iron rails lylnir in tlm street that
-hoiihl be removed. They do not only
look bad, htititiv il.tnerotis to horcs
and mules tlriveu on the avenue.
lames K. Lane, who was indicted by
the :raiid jury Frid.iy for manslaughter,
lor killing Storiass. a ni'ro, gave ball
ycjterday for hi- appearance for trial at
the next term ol court, in the mum of
three thousand dollar. William Mellale
and F. M. Stockllelh are his bond-mcn.
A young colored girl, to till the po.-itiou
of "-eeond girl" In a private family. En
quire tit the re-Idcucc of -M. H. llnrrcll.
The Ilov. Mr. Gilbert, and Mers. II.
II. Caudee. Fred Gilbert, Mr. Plnk,.lolin
Jones and Henry Ilalliday, will leave
till- city by the Illinois Central railroad
this afternoon for Chicago, where they
will attend a convention of the Episcopal
cliurcli, which begins to-mnrrovv.
Fied Wliltcaiup denies that lie ever
shot a dog, while- ho was on the police
force, that had on a tag. He challenges
the iimyor or any one ole making Mich
a foundatlnnless charge to produce any
evidence wliatever going to show Hint
there l any truth lu the charge.
Mrs. II. II. Catidea is lu Chicago, at
tending; thu exposition.
Mrs. AL SIoo will remain at Hot
Springs another month, in accordance
with thu ilitcctlous ol her physicians.
Xo answer, as yet, lias been iccelved
by the Presbyterian cliurcli people from
(he Hev. It. Y. George, as to whether or
not he will accept their call.
IG INDUCEMENTS OFFEIJEI)
IN CIGAltS AND TOEACCO, AT
COWPERTIIWAIT ic PHILLIPS'.
Ill lint He Put Up.
Ill tills issue of tlio Iit'LMm.v will bo
found ait order of Chief of Police Goss
man, requiting the owners ol stock to at
once "cage" their horses, mules, cows,
etc., or they will be lined according to
law. This order wjll no doubt give trou
ble to many, butit Is nevertheless u fact
that the number of cattle to butouud upon
the public thoroughfares of Cairo is a dis
grace, and they should bo kept up by their
To be Oriiveleil,
We arc informed by Mr. ltyau, who
has the contract with the city for gravel
lug the streets, that he has now lying
attlio wharf a quantity of gravel with
which he will begin gtnvelliig Sixth
street, between Ohio levee uiul Com
mercial avenue, on Monday niomlnj,'
The bad condition of thu streets lias ot
been equaled for years, and we hope tlta
Elder S. K. Mabey, (Advnitlst) of
Amboy, III., will preach nt the Christian
church this morning nt lOiW.iind to-night
at the tiMtal hour. The publle arc Invited
The regular services will he conduct
cd at Hie Church of the Redeemer this
morning by Hie Hev. Mr. Gilbert. There
will be no cervices hi the etching. Sun
day school this morning at 0 o'clock.
We are Informed by one who knows
that a number ol indictments have Ix en
found during the pa-t week, by the grand 1
Jury, against parlies lu this city for per
jury. I'aNe swearing in Cairo has be
come very common of late. Them are
persons In Ibis city who will swear at
the bidding of a friend, either for or
against, jtist as the i-e may be, and for
whom the tno-t .solemn oath has not the
least terror. It Is this class of people the
grand Jury arc after, and It Is the flncero
hope and wish of the community that they
will succeed In bringing them to grief.
Mui lev Arrrsl.
As will be .seen by referring to the
lJruxri.x ol yesterday morning, thu ar
rest of the man Sam. Music, by Deputy
Sherill .lolin Cain in tills city a few days
ago, has proven of great importance to
the authorities of Franklin and William
son counties, and, in fac the whole of
.Southern Illinois. Music, after having
been lilleil talkatlvely full cl whisky by
Ids guard, who it seems is ti good Judge
ol Human nature and knew ids man
pretty well, acknowledged that ho was
one of the Ku-klii.x party, and that he
was pre-ent at the killing of Spenee and
SUiiey. Upon this evidence, the author
ities of Williamson saw lit to arrest the
parties implicated by Mttsle, and now the
people of that section nre rejoicing in the
belief that their trouble-, so far ns the
Ktt'klux depredations are concerned, have
come to an end.
On Friday afternoon, Jut at the time
the school children are numerous: upon
Washington avenue, a mad dog made his
appearance on the Mtect, nnd inarched
from Twelfth to Eighteenth street, stilf-
lliigaiid snapping Hie air at every step.
The brute, however, made no attempt at
biting any one until lie had reached
Eighteenth street, when Olllccr Lallue.
who was coining down the avenue, emp
tied the content ol two chambers of his
revolver into Ids earcas. This did not
do the work Intended by the olllccr, and
the animal mil up as iar as the court
house, where he was laid low by a heavy
charge of buck shot from a gun in the
hands of Mr. J. II. Melcalf. This is, we
believe, the only ene of hydrophobia
that ha-'been reported in the city during
the entire Summer.
About half pa-t 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, a negro man named James
Urown. who had indulged very freely hi
bad whisky, ral-ed a big row on Four
teenth street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, by knocking down
Ills wife, kicking her several times and
then making an attempt to roll her oil
the sidewalk. .Ju-t as he vvasln the net of
letting Mr-. Urown down, Maypr Winter
appeared upon the scene, and arre.-ted
James. He was taken before Judge Ilird,
lined ten dollars and eosts, and sent to
the lock-up for six days. Mrs. Urown
declared that James wanted to kll
her, and a large knife was shown which
she said Ilrowu had whetted during
the morning for the purpose of "cutting
tier wind-pipe." Upon hearing tills,
Mayor Winter thought It best to see that
James did not accomplish ids purpose
upon leaving the calaboose, so lie gathered
evidence, took Mrs. llrown before the
grand jurv, ami had James Indicted.
The whole business of making the arrest,
giving Urown a trial, lining him, putting
hlm In Jail, and indicting him before the
grand jury, was done Inside of two hours.
I'rtVHlc Nnlt' or Kciil I'.Kliitc.
1 will sell my residence, consl-tlng of a
convenient house and two lots, with good
st Able, wood-lieil, all in good repair, lo
cated on Twentieth street, btiiw-icn Wal
nut and Washington. Tit c period terms
easy, and will he made known upon appli
cation on the p emlscs. If not sold lu thirty
days .vln be rented to a good tenant.
Caiiio, III., &cpt.7th, 1675.
0-s-lm Mil. Jamks 3ami.
i.ont-riil I tenia.
Men hi their shirt sleeves havo been
scarce about the streets of this city for
the past two days.
We understand that the new hall
built by the Turner Society, is to he dedi
cated within a shoit time. The event
will he a grand one.
The Knights of Pythias, we are told,
in consideration of the moonlight c.xcur
sion to bo given by the Knig'.ts Templar,
have postponed their contemplated ex
cursion. The grand jury are still at work.
They placed a bundle of papers in the
hands of Judge linker yesterday morn
itig, big enough to con'aiu an indictment
against at least lifteeu transgressors.
The indictment of James K. Lane by
the grand Jury tor thu shooting of thu
negro Storlass In this city a week or so
ago, has occasioned much talk. Various
opinions as to the right or wrong of the
act on thu part ol Mr. Lane, prevail.
There was a sceno at thu corner of
Nineteenth and Poplar streets yester
day morning, that created much mer
timent among those who witnessed it.
A negro woman lu some way trespass
cd upon thu property of an old gentle
man well known to all the tip-town peo
ple, who made an attempt to teach her
better by Hogging her. The negro,
however, didn't look ut the matter In the
same light as did the, Irate gentleman, and
upon being attacked by him, "turned In"
and made it very warm for him. In fact,
so warm did the "bout" grow, that the
old man left tlio Held without claiming
any glory whatever, while the negro wo
man, with hair standing on end, was ac
knowledged tho victor.
Pilscncr Beer fresh and cool, thu
llnest beer ever dntuk, ut Chas. Schoeu.
nieycr's, corner Tenth street and Wash
Cniil. William Keniiettrd lo Ncnil II
lu it IVnli-iinliil Tt'ii I'urty ill Vln.
crime, Intl. ,
A lew day ago we published as an
item of news that dipt. Williams had on
exhibition at police headquarters a maul
that had been Used by Mr. Lincoln In his
llle-time. We gave our authority Tor the
latetneiit ; and the result has been hun
dreds of people have called to see the
relic. Indeed, so annoying has become
the public attention, C.ipt. Williams has
aluiojt concluded to withdraw the maul
from public inspection. Dut notalhoini!
alone bus attention been drawn lo Hits
relic. It has nllracted attention else
where, and yesterday the Captain re
ceived the following:
Oitk'k 'i' run Wkstijiin Sr.v,
Vl.NTKNNKt, I.NIi., Sept. 10, 1S75.J'
(.apt William', Culm, 111,
DkaiiSiu:-! notice In a late Issue ol
the Cairo JliilUtin that you have in your
posse-slon a maul .vhlchhad once been
In the possession of the late Hon. Abra
ham Lincoln. The ladle- of this city are
to have n Centennial lea party lu this elt v
next Monday, and we would like to hot
row that celebrated maul for the occa
sion. I will bo personally refponsible
lor the same, and will have It returned lu
good order. If you can let us have it
ship It to mo by express jit once. We
will be willing to pay you a remunera
tion for it" use. C'lti refer you to Olllccr
Lallue. Very truly,
Animibw .L Thomas.
To this Capt. Williams returned the
following reply :4k
('AiiMBScpt. 11, ls75.
Andrew .1 Thorna. Vlnminc, Ind.
Dkais Sin: Vottrs of the 10th lust.,
requesting me to send to your city for
Use of ladles of Vinceiines, the mini re
ferred to sometime ago by the III i.i.kti.v
of tliN ciij a, having at one time been In
the po-sc lou of the late Hon. Abraham
Lincoln, ha been received. 1 take pleas
ure in complying with your request.
The maul caine into my pos-es-ion by
presentation, the gentleman who pre
sented it to me giving me the assurance
that it had been Used by the lament
ed President in the days of his early
struggles. Of course I have no means
ol veritylng this statement, and would
not have you for a moment believe that 1
give credence to the story ; but it comes
to me in sucli a questionable shape, that
1 put some value upon the relic, and
therefore am particular in my request that
It shall be carefully returned to me when
It has served the purpo-e for which you
de-Ire it. Vour proposition to remuner
ate me for It- use I cannot entertain for a
moment, and am
W. M. Wit.i.iAM-.
Mrplcmlicr Trriii, IS7.1 linn. II.
Inker, rrslliiii;-s)i.xlh luy.
On Friday an Indictment was re
turned against .las. K. Lane for man
slaughter, and his bail was llxed at $:!,-
On the same day tin indictment was
found against Mollle Ciurke, charging
her with perjury, in the case of The
City of Cairo vs. Dabney Johnson.
William Carter was Indicted for steal
ing chickens. lie entered the hen house
ol a man by the name of Solomon Xlch
els, about eleven o'clock In the nlghtime,
and stolu live hens. He is charged with
larceny and burglary. I'pou arraign
ment, he plead guilty to the charge of
burglary, and va- sentenced by the
court to one year in the penitentiary at
hard work except the lirsi day, which Is
lo belli solitary couliiicmeut.
Jas. IC. Lane, with F. M. Slocklletli
.mil Wm. Mellall as securities, entered
into a rccognlauce for $X0X1, for the up-
peuniiico ot James Lane at the January
term of the circuit court, 1S7U.
John Hall and Kobcrt Hall plead
guilty to the charge of larceny. They
were indicted tor stealing cattle. The
court sentenced litem lo two rears each
in the penitentiary.
The grand jury reported twice.
They returned twenty-seven indictments
the tirat time, uiul one the last time. Of
the twenty-seven returned on the first re
port all but four were sent to the county
court. At the Inst report they returned
Jennie Wilson, charged with keeping
a hou-e ot Ill-fame, plead guilty and was
tlueu lilty dollars and costs, which m all
amounted to sl.xiy-tlve dollars. John Me
Nttlty went security lor the payment of
Grace Winsor, indicted for tlm same
oflciise, witli John MeNulty as security,
entered into a recogniziince of $200 to ap
pear at tho January term ot the Circuit
Joseph Hradley, who plead guilty
several days ago of the charge of an as
sault to rob, was sentenced by the court
to live years Imprisonment in the peni
tentiary, and John Earns who was Indict
ed with Joseph Hradley, was sentenced
to two years conllncmeiit In the reform
Lou Smith, indicted for keeping a
house of ill-fame, plead guilty, and was
lined lilty dollars nnd costs by the court.
Not paying the same or giving security,
site was sent to tho county jail.
Tlio morning was consumed hi the
argument of a demurrer to thu declara
tion in the case of thu City of Cairo vs.
Saft'ord, Morris & Candec.
The default in tho case of tho City vs.
C. N. Hughes was, upon motion, set
Tho cases of Lancaster & Klce vs.
William Glover and Patrick Fitzgerald,
and Louisa Weynism, administratrix, vs.
Elizabeth Henley, were disposed of.
In the case of Eugene Garnghty .
Louis Voting and July Ann Young, the
prayer of bill was granted. Tlio bill
was tiled to rectify a mistake In a deed.
.'I o I lee.
Illinois Ci:sritAi. It.vn.itoAD Company)
UtTH'U 01' GllNKUAL AflKNT,
Caiiio, III.. Sept. 0, 1S73.J
To persons wishing to attend the Illi
nois State Fair to ho held nt Ottawa from
Sqit. 13th to Sept. 18, we will sell ex
elusion tlckels to I.ahalle and return at
one and oiic-lllth hue. bale of tickets
will commence September Ullli, and dls
continue on tlio li ill. tickets good lo
return until Sept. '-'1st inclusive.
0-10-21. , Jamus Joussox,
Irniita llurltrrt Iihh 1'II.MKNKK.
Ltt of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Post Olllce at Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, Saturday, Sept. 11.
Ambrose Ida T.. Ileckwith SI. F., Cui
ley Onia, Cockrell N. A., Cook Stella,
Dennis Anna, Davis Kate, Frelwell Jen
nie, Harrington, Ellen, J' llerson Maggie,
Lloyd F.ttii.Maloney E.T., Mltchel ltena,
McCorniick Mary, Mason Anne. Nelson
Carrie, O'Connor Julia, Parker Katie,
Sliered Suanna, Tubbs Midlnda, Ward
fane, Wilson Annie, Warren Mary.
Alexander Mr., Anderson S. W Ad-
kins F., llland Den. Hradley C. S.,
Illalr C. S.. Itryans Harrison, llealrot
John, lledford Itobt., Ilarbee Scott,
Illack Thos., Hales Win., Iltickner Win.,
Cochran A. A., Clorke C. S., Chellet
Geo. W., Clay Louie, Cotiroy Martin,
Coyne Tom., Donolln John. Dalton
Wm., Davis Wm. IL, Fitgerald John,
Gullion D. IL, Gaudbay Jas., Gootnau
Pleas., Goodall Win., Hanks I. j Hani-
ilton llenj., Henderson Geo. II. , Harring
ton Ed., Helm J. ('., Hlrsli Jno.C, Hun-
gerford It. A., Ilyland P., Hill Tho,.,
Illiinui S. J., Hlgleii Wm., Hare Wm.,
KuhneM.lL, Mathews Alfred, Mauley
James, Masini Most', Mltchel Peter, Mur
phy Tho., Miller W. U Nicholson Sc, Co
F. II. , Olmsted C. M Osteiulorf Henry,
Pact Gabriel, Parker Trnmucl, Pollard
Frank. Parker J. W Phillips Joseph,
Powell John A., Phillips Wilyom. Key
nolds John, Howell John. Keppy I.'. F.,
llaudolph Win. F., Ilosensweig Will
helm, Stovall P. II. , Serodes A. T.,
Stanley Frank, Shelby Wesley, Williams
.Man.o. Verner Chas. c., Wattermeyer
F. E.. Wright Geo., Wallace J. "l!.,.
Willhelin Hichard, Wills John W.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "Advertised."
Glo. W. McKkaio, P. M.
City Murslinl't -Vol lie.
Notice is hereby given that stock pro
hibited by the ordinances lrom running
nt large within the city limits, must be
put up at once. The subsidence of the
waters that lately incommoded citizens
living in certain localities, removes nil
excuse for longer disregard of the stock
ordinance, and failure to comply with
this notice will be followed by a rigid
enforcement of thu ordinances in such
cases made and provided.
Notice is also hereby given, that all ob
struction of the streets of tho city must
be promptly removed by the citizens who
have created the same On some streets
piles of lire wood were made during the
prevalancc of water in the low places of
the city, and are still maintained. These
must be removed without delay. All
parties failing to ob-crve and act upon
this notice will be proceeded against un
der the ordinances.
By order of the Mayor.
Caiiio, III, September 10, 187.1.
Jon.v II. Gos-man,
Acting City Marshal.
KtTTilscuer Uoer at George X.attuer's
saloon, on Commercial xventic, between
Fifth and Mxth stieets.
low iliinn lli:iir-H. lit J. 11.
l'IIH.1 Is- A ss. h.
Wnxll I, Nil,
Heady printed package of wa-h lists
enough in each book to last two years,
for ."0 cents each at the IJullkii.v Olllce
for the next two days.
Lime at lowest prices at duo. II. l'liillls
l.lme, I. line.
100 barrels of lime, best quality, for sale
nt low-down lluri'x at .fno. H. rhillN &
Oaf XX Amber and White rajr stock
envelopes at the Bulletin olllce, printed,
$:i 50 and SI 00 per il.
SQf-X Kaj; stock envelopes at tho Hul
i.in in olllce, $11 25 per XI.
BiaJf-XX Wood stock envelopes at the
Ei'lli-.tin olllce. S:i 00 per M.
For three days, lime ut low prices, hi
barrels, by .Ino. H. Philli iSrSon.
iSri'llsener Heer at (jcorso I.atluer's
Saloon, on' Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. D-S-tf
JuTl'llscner llecr at Ueorco Lattnor's
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, liehvoefi
Fifth nnd Sixth streets.
Call a. the Kxctdslor .Snloni, on Commer
cial avenue, between Filth and Sixth
streets, for l'llsotior llcer, Swltcr chcctc,
Holland Herring, vc.
D-S-St Okouiik L.vrrxi:u, rrop'r.
Wootl nml t'onl
Wood, SI per cord SO cents oil' lot
cash, llig Muddy coal by the car load $11
per ton. All goods delivered.
t V. Wnr-Ki-Kit it Co.
Officii A.M Vauii. Tenth street, lic
tvveen Comtncrclal mid Washington live
Kveiytody to knov. that the place to got
A siiiootli shave,
A goud shampoo,
A faslilonahlu hair-cut,
Or aiiylhuiK lo that line,
Is at tho Guano Ckntiui. Hauiikk
Miui', corner Kishth ami Commercial.
US-tf J. ClKOItnB STKINIIOtlSK.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy rulluf for young men from the ef
fect of Krrors and Abuses in early life.
Manlio id restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed Now method of treat
in nt. New ami remarkable remedies.
Hooks and Circuit! is scut free, In feulcd en
velopes. Addrus Howard Association.
110 X. Ninth St., I'hlladclbla, I'a.-an Insti
tution Inning a high reputalon fur honor
ableconductaiul professional skill.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and U,0d0 acres ol
unimproved and In Alexander :otitty.
"Winter's ISIouk" and Winter's U vv.'
Alire number o! dcslrablo Jt -eideiicef ,
ind uxcelluiit vacant l,ot, sult.iblo for
bti I ie?s tinti.GN nnd rcldncc.
ilouc on Nlucteutth street, lor s),V), with
privilege of lease.
inter's lllock suitable for Hotel Olll
ccs or lt.Hncss room- cheap.
Tenements numbered I, 7, 8 and 0, In
Wintct'.i liow, 5 rooms each, for 10 jcr
No. lo, re rnor) Hi ."07 ronns.
Twit iles 1 ablu double Cottigo on corner
ol Thl tetnthand Washington.
Flno two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh strtcts,
tillable for Dwelling and Business.
Two hou.es on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Uulnes Houses ami
TwonnallHou.es West or Twenty-second
street, near line, $1 csea per month.
Dwelling homo on Twelfth, near Wid
nii 0 room, for $t2 per month.
Ilttslnes, housa on Levee, near Eighth
street, lor isjo per month.
FOH LEASE, OK SALE.
A number of Lots on Levco, above
Twelfth street, outside tiro limits. Al-o
a large number of other I.ot In dlrtVrcnt
Lands, in tracts to sup, near Cairo.
."lO.OoO envelopes, all grades ami prices,
iust received at the IlfLLKTix lob olllce.
Steamer Jiui Flk, I'adueah.
.lolm H. Maude, New Orleans.
" Mollie Moore, St. I.ouU.
City of Chester, .Memphis.
" T. F. Kckert, Gntnd Tower.
" .Mnry Hell, -Metropolis.
' Idlewild, Evansvllle.
Tow-boat IJou Accord, Metropolis
" ten. Anderson, Metropolis.
Steamer .iim Fi-k, I'adueah.
' Idlewild, Evansvllle.
" doliu It. Maude, St. Louis.
" City of Chuter, St. I.otiK
" Mary Hell, St. LouK
ilollle Moore, New Orleans.
Tow-boat lion Accord, St. Louis.
Gen'l Anderson, St. Louis.
' Gov. Allen, St. Louis.
ItlVKIl AMI WKATUKIt
The river last evening was 11 feet 'J
iiielics on the khiixc, havhi-r ri-en 0 3-5
inches during the previous "Jl liours.
The weather continues cloudy and
lluslness is still Improving.
Tho Cif.v oi lloleua i minded at
'linn i'ohit 'J'hursday and the City ol
Chester was helping her when the .Maude
The Kckert returned from Grand
Tower, having lulled to raise thu .Iim
ltcose, owinj,' to the fact that the river
rose over thu bulkhead which it was ne
cessary to build, above deck. When the
water falls she will have no trouble In
The Hon Accord and Gen. Anderson
had the new .Mary Hell in tow, taking
her to St. Louis, where she will receive
her finishing touches. She stands so
high out ol tlie water that her lower
guard stands on a level with the boiler
(leek of tho Gen. Anderson. She is
a monster, and no mistake.
The Idlewild night before lust brought
20 barrels meal, 2f sacks bran, 10 tierces
hams, ai barrels apples, and S"5 sticks
corn. She reports -I feet ol water on
Henderson bar and at Cumberland Island,
which is a decided improvement, and
shows that the river lia begun
to cut out. On iter return
to Kvansville she will lay up for repairs
and a sternwheel packet will come out
in her place. While being repaired she
will have Capt. Farriss' patent hollow
grato bars and lire liners put in her
luruaccs. Capt. Farriss was to leave
here yesterday. The Arkansas Hello lias
been using the bars for over a year,
Wah Dki'ahtmkkt ItivKi- Ukcoiit, I
Sept, II, ls75.
HTATIO.VS. LOW WATEII. -"Ar""-
IT. IX. IT. 1.
Cairo "Ti T 0
I'lltsbiirK n 1 n n
Cini-inniiti 1 .1 1
linitrllle .'I II o
.Nashville I H 1
M. Louts 17 10 xi 1
Correcttil Daily by K. SI Stearns, rommliialoii
iiiercntini, Bitviary oi me Lniro nuini ol
Kloiit, ucconlhig to grade
$0 00(5 H 00
ixirn, iiitxtii, sue kin
Corn, white, miektil ...
II mn, er ton
Meal, flctim ilrltsl
Ilutter, choleu .Sorthern
Ilutter.elioii'e siuuttierii 111 ,
Kir its. nerilnzi'ii
st tm :i'uo
CiilekeiH. tier dozen.
Turkevs. iwr dozen...
Applet), ihoiee, per barrel
Apples, common, er barrel.
l'otutoeti, r barrel
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
West side ComrueroUl Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth etreete.
(Next door lo ,1 llnwr'n dry Kood 'I"!,?,,,.
A lull line of the liittal and jno.t imhlotmwt
HATS AND BONNETS
idvvuva on Imud. AIo every variety of
Ribbons Locos and Trimming,
from the chwet to the i mojt cosily IMltt
will llnd uny nml everylhlne lu hrr etore tov
complete tnl , ball or party outflt.
Vi'ce to compete with miy In the West,
rj-Almi aReut lor the Home mwlnv Muelilnc,
JOHN ft. HARMAllV CO.
-ONVKYAKCKXS, NOTARIES tllUO
Land Agent of th XlltnoU Cantnl 4M
Burlington and ttuinoy Jt. JU
North Cor. Sixth and Oktft Tim;
i. o. LtMcii. x.j.Mwunr,
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
RT71AT, TniT A gfTj
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court House.
Mme. S. A. & F. Johnson
Wi-li to Inform tin- Iji'lle that they have eUeit
litre tiiii an
Will UMii-w nnd work im-r nil old balrlntbe
nevvr.-t nml most Li-lilrirmlilr style. l.idlMaro
Invited tn call early, nt our tny It limited, and
i- hi i- Fining
At tho Very Lowest Prices.
M.ivbu nrently Arrived from I-omton and
llirls. vve Olll t-oilllilrnlK- irivi vim I hi, lat-.l
ntylci III i-vi ry variety iirlinrr ilrrsslnft
Store on Eighth Street, Near tho Bank.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
Manufactures his own Horae ShoMOad
can Aiaure Oood Work.
NORTH SIDE OF EIOIITU STREET
Between Washington and GoxnnMcolaA
'I he iimlrndxr.eil h is the pleasure of innoune
hip to tlii-tllleiH of Culro unit the 6iurounltn
uouutry that he lias cstublished a
for the talc of Jost'iih bchiuMer's celebrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
and nu shortest notice Invr will be dellrcrtd
eutiliuut H-.uly tor tap
IUNV MKPKUWIKSKIt. Aftnt.
I)i-iot tinder 1'litntMM' lluute.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Julletin BtUldlnir, Corner Twelfth StrMt
and WaanlnRton Avenue,
rCniintr nml lUllmml Work ipeeUttT.
'tliiiiiieiitloiiHblr the beet sueUUntel
work or the kind tu tbe World."
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