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asuai.uk i.onoi:, no. m.
KiiIkMa of I'ytlilm, nuita every Frl
ilay night nt hill r-jiujt tcten, in Odd
Kiilowij' Hall J.vo. II, (Joshiian,
ALEXANDER I.ODOK, KU. tit.
Iwlcendrnt Order of Odd-Kel-lows,
iniftn etery 'Ihiirwlay night
ni liiifr.iiust fpi 11. In lliclr lull 1 on
Coinmeiclal incline, between sixth uml Seventh
Units. T .1. Kmril, N. U.
OAIIIO KN'OAM I'M EST, I. O. O. E.. meet.
In Oill-fellows' Hall on the flint nti'l third
liuida) In every month, at half-past tcven
.Iso. II. Oimw.Y, (J. I'
A ( AiltOI.OIXii:, NO. 2.17, A. I A A.M.
Hold regular rmiiniihicatlon' in Ma
finlp Mull, coiner Commercial iiicnuc
' 'nnil Mglilli otnrl, on the second and
north .MonilaT ('Until inoulh.
I'urMi Mi IiimiI.
Tho next term of tlio IVuIjIi Schflol of
tlio (Jhiirch of tli o Itc'lcoiiier will begin on
MONDAY, .SKL'in.Mllint bill, tm.l eon.
llnuc In RClon iitctn week?, t'ndorthu
mine Mlicrvlslon and control a It was
hut term, tlio School will be conduct1!! In
h similar m iunur. A t tlio hcKlntilin; ol the
term a clv will lie formed lor tbu study
Appllcitlon for admission must he inndc
either to Mm. I'. A. Taylor, or tlm Ilcolor.
The price of tuition will lie only olglit
dollar (or the term of sixteen week, 1'AV
A1II.K I.V ADVANCE.
Uiiaiu.iim A. (iit.iii:iir, Hector.
I'II.NK.M:K nt l.oiil llfrlicrl'i.
Taken up, by the sub-cribcr, on the
county road irom Cairo to Mound City, two
mules Irom Cairo, on the .'Win il ly ol Alt
gust, a young call nn i red cow ; lila-e face
under hit In right Mid half Mope nil tip of
left eir. The owner can lia c thctn by
calling and paying cbaruc".
o-'.mh Ml'xisok KutvAiin.x.
rur Ilnlli ofl.trry lli'irrlilliii
PHIL II. SALT':?.
To llii Cllli'iift of Ciilro.
would Inform my in'iny friend, that 1
am -till in the auction husines-, and ready
to attend to all sale that may offer. My
Ions experience in this busines, ntedn no
I'ominent I Is no experiment on my part,
and parties '.nlrustliig cooiN 10 "'J c ,Ifc
need not be nfiahl, ai 1 am no .ipilb" or
notice In tlm bulne.
f-piclil attention tlvcn to real estitu and
oul-iloor hale-, ns I hive ncteriulstcd mak
ing a 'ale. I Mammas, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and Commercial A v.
l.('itiiiI,II.M:M'.tHt l.unl. Iter.
A .No. 1 J.iiiiinlry,
It Is now conceded that 3Irs. Colenian,
the Uundic-., .Sr. 12 Fourth street, be
tween W i-hin'tin v. 0 nntiiorcl l avenues,
dm one of the brst conducted laundry i s
tabhshments .it the city, nnd lindlords of
hotels and boarding Wl-oi mil lind it to
their idvantage to call upon her
Her J rtci s are follows: Hotel and
bo.irilln-hou?c wu-hltig, '' cents per
dozen. Pot piece work prices arc
a luiiows; single nun sou cot
ar, 10c; per dozen b"'c; cock- 5c; two col
ors, fie; two handkerchief. 5c; vests i!0c;
ind all genilemen's vcar, 0o. per
!'j.ell. Ladles' dresSCii, 23 to We;
rkirtilO to "JOc; UrnwM 10 to 13c; two
)iiilr lio-e Jlc; two collars.') to 10c. Kor U-die-.'
plainclothes SI 00 per dozen; for la
illumine clothes, f I 25 per dozen; done
ilrsmptly, and protuptlv delivered. Pa
Inmate solicited s-31-ltn
Ton pound letter head-, l:ir,'Ci;ize,Car-ll-le
paper, rated two cent.- higher than
any other paper u-ed in Cairo for iirint
Ing letter hcntlii ordinary composition
tiiily $1 50 per tliott-and at tlm lit i.i.i:ti.
At the llft.i.iniN bindery IS numbers,
bound in two volume-, lull ill inor
rocco; co-t $11; for Silo at $10.
1i to I.oiiIh llprliert't for I'lI.S'
XKK. A l'lue Stork.
Win. Khlefs deire tn inform h's patron-
and t lie public Rcnorally, that he ha
now on lund a lare stock ol Krrnch and
(ierman cnl', Kip and M tocco, and Is pre
pir'd to mititiiacture, lor store and olllco
wear, the tlnct of Morocco or Uili Skin
shoes or ll j .t; and for farmers, draymen
and out do r wear generally, his French
Kip (.tiiid abovo anything everoUered in
tills market. Ills bast are ol tlio latest
styles and he eau guarantee a lit nnd satis
faction to all his patron. ! :t-tl
tio to Charles .Seboennieycr's for fresh
SSf Frosh and cool PiUcnercvery day
at Charles Seliouiuiieyur's.
PII.SKNKU nt Louis Herbert's.
JSTl'llscner llerr nt (!corj,'e I.attner's
saloon, on Commsrcial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sew
iiiK Machliii), liard (piano) llnlsh, valued at
$S5. Will bo eold at 20 discount, on t,'od
terms, and ordered direct from the laetory.
Colored and miuutod Maps' of tliu c ty of
Cairo at tri 50 each, (hull ptlce).
ANo.O Wilson Sliutlle Sowing Machine
valued at $75 Will bo sold at $15 discount
ami Qrueruii direct trt m the factory.
A t?U0 UeininKtoa Sowing Machine-.10
oil" for cash. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good terms, a Uowu
ououiij .iineiiiiiu. jiiiv iiu seen mine (.out1
pany'n ollice, corner Nluth street aud Com
'l'lcturesriue Amerlen" tS nuni',CM
bottnU in 2 volumes full gilt Morocco;
A style 'K," Clougli, Warren & Co.'s"
Purlor Organ, riglit from tlio factory at De
troit. I.Ut price, t?aoo. Will ho old for
new two-horso Gamblis wagon.
For uy of the nbovo article, apply t
til BtftHTtM olTl ic, R, .V. UunftHTT,
HATES or AllVKItllMIM,.
t3"AII Mile fur advertising, are due aud pay
able I.V ADVANCE
'transient ndmttMnsprlll be Inserted ntlht
late oftl W perf)iiaie for the first Insertion
nnd J cents for each suh'epient one. A liberal
discount will be made on standing and display
ljcal notices, bulnes or otherwise, will s
ehnrRtsl ten cents per line for the Ursl and lite
cents for iwli adilltloniil Insertion, (counting
lite lines nnd up iTard)tn dl-eount wld Ix-made
ntler tlilnl hiK'itlou.
Cliiirih, Society, Festival nnd Siipjier notices
ulll only be Inserted ns advert Ueinent J.
For liiHTtlhtf Funeral notice V Notice or
meeting ofsocletles or secret orders I) cent fur
No advertisement will Is: itcebed at less than
Sl'NDAY, .SKITi:.Mlli:U 12, 1875.
I.ornl Wenther Keporl.
Caiko, III., .Sept. ll.ll.'..
Hail ITiik. I Wind. I Vi.i.,
7 n in.
an. lfio 1 r,f I N. K.
so. t.io i.i i N i:. i
, C',' i.N. JJ. I
'i IIOMAS JONKM, Seritt. S. S., U. S. A.
A cook man preferred. Apply nt the
Ibtsiiiuss In the police court wa" very
Itcv. .1. ). Gilliam lias been apiolntcd
to thi! paWrat! of the .M. K. church, In
tliN elly, for the ensiling ronlercncc
Thin! will be no services In either the
Prcibytcrlau or Methodist churches to
day, and there will bo but one sermon
preached in the Lplscopal church.
risnos nt m;5,
A number of good seeouiMiaud pianos
for a'e at liohblns' Mti'.Io llawtar. Prices
from $75 to $150, on easy piyments.
Call nt once. f)-l'J-:t.
'in llecln (lM'ruiloiii.
'I'he Liberal llellxious As-ociatlon, we
arc Informed, will be'ln their sociable
and lecture -ea-on about the llr-t of next
mouth, aud continue the 'ame llirou'li
LhlerS. K. Mabey (Adventit,) will
hold a protracted meetiiijr at the Chri
thin church, coiumciicinjr Sunday, Sept.
12th, I-.u, at 10::W a. in. The public are
invited to attend. b-lO-lit.
A petition, si'Mied bv about twentv-llve
property owners on Commercial avenue,
asking that the Cairo Vincennes nu'I-
road be i mile ted ns a nuisance, was pre
sented to lliufiraiiil Jury yesterday tnorn-
Alonjr tlie track of the Cairo and Vlu
eennes ndlroad, between Sixth and
Twentieth streets, there are at least half
a doen Iron rails lylu In the street that
should be removed. They do not only
look bad, but are dangerous to hor.-es
and mules driven on the avenue.
James K. Lane, who was indicted by
the grand Jury Friday for manslaughter,
lor killing Storiass. a nero, mw ball
yesterday for hi- appearance for trial at
the next term ot court, in the sum of
three thousand dollars, William McIIale
aud F. M. Stocklletli are Ids bond-men.
A yoniipj colored girl, to till the position
of "-ccond girl'1 in a private family. Ln
quire nt the rc-Idencc of M. II. Iliirrell.
Church i'ou veiillon.
The ltcv. Mr. Gilbert, and Messrs. II.
11. Caudee, Fred Gilbert, Mr. Pluk,.lohn
loues and Henry Halliday, will leave
this city by tlio Illlnol Central railroad
this afternoon for Chicago, where they
will attend a convention of the KpNcopal
church, which begins to-morrow.
Fied Wlilteamp denies that he ever
shot a dog, while he was on tho police
force, that had on a tag. He challenges
the mayor or any one elc making such
a fotiiidatiouless charge to produce any
evidence whatever going to show that
there U any truth hi the charge.
Mis. II. II. Caudea Is hi Chicago, at
tending the exposition.
Mr. AL Sioo will remain at Hot
Springs another moiilh, in accordance
with the directions oi her physicians.
Xo answer, as yet, has been tecclved
by the Presbyterian church people from
the ltcv. 1. V. George, as to whether or
not he will accept their call.
IX CIGA1IS .VXD TOBACCO, AT
COWFF.ltTIIW.UT ic PHILLIPS'.
Mint 111) I'lll l'.
In this issue of the Ui'LLinix will bo
found an order of Chief of Police Goss
man, requiring the owners of stock to at
once "cage" their horses, mules, cows,
etc., or they will bo lined according to
law. This order wjll no doubt give trou
ble to many, butit Is nevertheless a fact
that the number of cattle to be found upon
tho public thoroughfares of Cairo Is u dis
grace, and they should bo kept up by their
To bo Uruvelcil.
We are Informed by Mr. Ityan, who
has the contract with the city for gravel
ing tho streets, that he has now lying
at tho w harf a quantity of gravel with
which he will begin giavellng Sixth
street, between Ohio levee and Com
mercial avenue, on Monday ntotiiliig.
The bad condition of tho streets has not
been equaled for years, aud we hope tliu
work ot Improving them may go on tin-
i til ttiy have nil bewu put iu order.
KItler s. K. .Mauey, (Auvrniin) of
Amboy, III., will preaclt at the Christian ,
church this morning nt lOiW.nnd to-night
at the usual hour. The public are Invited
The regular services will bo conduct
ed at the Church of the Redeemer this
morning by the Itev. Mr. Gilbert. There
will be no sen-Ices hi the erenlng. Sun
day school this morning at 0 o'clock.
We are Informed by one who knows
mat n number ot indictments have been
found during tho pan week, by the grand J
jury, against parties in this city ror per
Jury. False swearlt.g in Cairo has be
come very common of late. Thete ate
personsln this city who will hwcar at
the bidding of a friend, either for or
against, Jut as the case may be, and for
whom the most solemn oath has not the
least terror. It Is this class of people tlio
grand Jury are after, and it Is the sincere
hope and wish of the community that they
will succeed In bringing them to grief.
As will be seen by referring to the
Ili i.i.trrix ol yesterday morning, the ar
rest of the man Sam. Music, by Deputy
Sherlll .John Cain In this city n few days
ago, has proven of great Importance to
the authorities of Franklin and William-
sou counties, and, In faef, the whole of
Southern Illinois:. Music, after having
been filled talkntlvely full of whisky by
his guard, who it seems Is a good Judge
of human nature and knew his man
pretty well, acknowledged that he was
one of tho Ku-klux party, and that he
was pre-ent at the killing of S pence and
Sbney. L'pon this evidence, the author
ities of Williamson saw lit to arrest the
parties Implicated by MuMe, and now the
people of that section are rejoicing In the
belief that their trouble, so far ns the
Ktt-klux depredation? are concerned, have
come to an end.
On Friday afternoon, Jnt at the time
the school children are numerous upon
Washington avenue, a mad dog made his
appearance on the sttect, aud marched
from Twelfth to Eighteenth street, snif
fing and snapping the air at every step.
The brute, however, made no attempt at
biting any one until he had reached
Eighteenth street, when Ofllcer Lallue.
who was coming down the avenue, emp
tied tlie contents ol two chambers of his
revolver Into his carca!s. This did not
do tlie woik Intended by the ofllcer, and
the animal ran up as far as the court
house, w here he was laid low by a heavy
charge of buck shot from a gun in the
hands of Mr. .L II. Metcalf. This Is, we
believe, the only case of hydrophobia
that habecn reported in the city during
the entire Summer.
.1 Touch t'KUrn.
About half past 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, a negro man named James
IJrown. who had Indulged very freely In
bad whisky, rai-ed a big row on Four
teenth street, between Wa-lilngton ave
nue and Walnut street, by knocking down
his wife, kicking her several times and
then making an attempt to roll her oil
the sidewalk, .hist as he was in the net of
letting Mrs. Urown down, Maypr Winter
appeared upon tlie scene, and arrested
James, lie was taken before Judge lllrd,
lined ten dollars aud costs, aud scut to
the lock-up for six days. Mrs. Urown
declared that James wanted to kil
Iier, and a large knife was shown which
she said Urown had whetted during
tlie morning for the purpose of "cutting
her wind-pipe." L'pon hearing this,
Mayor Winter thought it bc-.t to see that
James did not accomplish his purpose
upon leaving the cal.iboosc.eohe gathered
evidence, took Mrs. Urown before the
grand jury, and had James Indicted.
Tlie whole bu-iness of making the arrest,
giylng Brown a trial, fining him, putting
him in jail, aud indicting lilin before tlie
grand jury, was done inside of two hours.
I'rlSHle hitlo or Kent I'.MHle.
I will sell my residence, consbting of a
convenient house and two lots, with good
table, wood-lied, all in good repair, lo
cated on Twentieth fetrect, bti'wtcn Wal
nut and Wa-hlngion. Tit e perlect terms
easy, nnd will be made kniwn upon appli
cation on Hie p cmiscs. If not sold In thirty
days ivill be rented to a good tenant.
C'Allto, ll.L., fccpi.Vth, 1675.
0-?-lm Mns. Jamks 3 ami.
Men In their shirt sleeves have been
scarce about the street of this city for
the past two days.
We understand that the new hall
built by tlie Turner Society, is to ho dedi
cated within a shoit time. The event
will be a grand one.
Tlie Knights of Pythias, we aro told,
in consideration of tlie moonlight excur
sion to bo given by the Knlg'.ts Templar,
have postponed their contemplated ex
cursion, The grand jury at e still at work.
They placed a bundle of papers In the
hands of Judge llaker yesterday morn
ing, big enough to cou'ain an indictment
against at least llltcen transgressors.
Tho indictment of James K. Lane by
the grand Jury lor tho shooting of the
negro Storiass in tins city a week or so
ago, has occasioned much talk. Various
opinions as to tlie right or wrong of the
act on tho part ot Mr. Lane, prevail.
There was a sceno at tho corner of
Xincteenth and Poplar streets yester
day morning, that created much mer
riment among those who witnessed it.
A negro woman In some way trespass
ed upon the property of an old gentle
man well known to all the tip-town peo
ple, who made an attempt to teach her
better by flogging her. The negro,
however, didn't look at tho matter iu the
same light as did the irate gentleman, aud
upon being nttacked by him, "turned In"
aud made It very warm for him. In fact,
so warm did the ''bout" grow, that tho
old man left tho field without claiming
tiny glory whatever, while tho negro wo
man, with hair standing on cud, iva ac
knowledged the victor.
tST PllseucrUeer fresh aud cool, the
finest beer ever drank, at Chus. Sehoeu
meycr's, corner Tenth street and Wash
t'npl. WllllnttiN HrtiiieMpsf to Nenil II
l is Oiilfiiiiinl Ten 1'n.rl.v tit Viii-
A few days ago we published as an
Item of news that Capt. Williams had on
exhibition ut imllce headquarters it maul
that had been used by Mr. Lincoln In his
llle-tltne. We gave our authority for the
slatcnicnt ', and the result has been hun
dreds of people have called to see the
relic. Indeed, so annoying has become
j the public attention, Capt. Williams has
: itl .I ..n..n1niti.il III U'ltliflrMli llin ,n. ml
til IIIWT I. LUai-l MM.." . U.... ,MU ,111.1,1
i...w.,i,1 n. ,
, . ,, i,.u,w.,i
n one has attention bci
1HMI1 JIUOIIU iiici.iv.ii. uuv iiui ill. liuiie.
alone has attention been drawn to this
relic. It has attracted attention else
where, nnil yesterday the Captain re
ceived the following:
Ofimck of nn: Wksti.ii.v St .v. (
Vinokn.nki, l.m,Scpt. 10, 1875.
Uiit Williams, Cairo, 111.
l):.Mt Snt : -I notice in a late ksuu ol
tho Cairo Jiulldin that you have in your
pos'o-slon a maul vhicli had once been
In tlie pos-esslon of tlie late Hon. Abra
ham Lincoln. The ladles of this city are
to have a Centennial tea party In this city
next Monday, and we would like to hot
row that celebrated maul for the occa
sion. I will bo ersonally responsible
for the '.-ime, and will have it returned In
good order. If you can let us have It
ship It to me by express jit once. We
will he willing to pay you a remunera
tion for Its use. Can refer you to Ofllcer
Lallue. Very truly,
A.Nintf.w J. Thomas.
To this Capt.
anis returned the
('Aii'.issVacpt. il, l-i.i
Andrew J Thomas. Ki, Vincennes, I ml,
Dkaii Snt: Vottrs of the lOtli inst.,
requesting me to send to your city for
u.-e of ladles of Vincennes, the maul re
ferred to sometime ago by tlie Bn.i.KTi.v
of thN citj a- having at one lime been in
tlie po-n ion of the late lion. Abraham
Lincoln, ha- been received. I lake pleas
ure in complying witli your request.
The maul caine Into my possession by
presentation, the gentleman who pre
sented it to me giving me the aurauce
that It had been tised by the lament
ed President in the days of his early
struggle. Of course 1 have no mean
ofverilylng this statement, and would
not have you for a moment believe that I
give credence to the storv ; but it comes
to me in such a questionable shaie, 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 h: served the pnrpo-c for which you
de.-ire it. Vour proposition to remuner
ate me for its u-e I cannot entertain for a
moment, and am
W. M. William-.
Sirilenilicr Term, IS73 lion. I. .1.
linker, I'reMiliiiK M.xlli liny.
On Friday an indictment was re
turned against Jas. K. Lane for man
slaughter, and his ball was fixed at $:J.
000. On the same day an indictment was
found against Mollie Clarke, charging
her with perjury, iu the ease of The
City of Cairo vs. Dabucy Johnson.
William Carter was Indicted for steal
ing chickens. He entered the hen house
ol a man by the name of Solomon Xlch-
els, about eleven o'clock in tlie iiightlme,
and stole live liens. Jle is charged with
larceny and burglary. Tpou arraign
ment, lie plead guilty to the charge ol
burglary, and wu- sentenced by the
court to one year in the penitentiary at
hard work except the llrst day, which is
to beiu solitary eoiitiiiement.
Jas. K. Lane, with F. M. Stockllclh
.iihI Win. Mcllall as securities, entered
into a recognl.auco for $u.00O, for the up"
pearauce of James Lane at the January
term of the circuit court, 1870.
John Hall and ltoliert Hall plead
guilty to the charge of larceny. They
were Indicted lor stealing cuttle. The
court sentenced them to two yearn each
In the penitentiary.
Tlie grand jury reported twice.
They returned twenty-even indictments
the first time, aud one the last time. Of
the twenty-seven returned on tlie first re
port all but four were sent to the county
court. At the la-t report they returned
Jennie Wilson, charged with keeping
a house ot Ill-fame, plead guilty aud was
lined lilty dollars and eo-ts, which m all
amounted to sixty-live dollars. John Mc-
Xulty went security lor the payment of
Urace Winsor, Indicted for tho same
ofleiisc, with John MeXulty a security,
entered into a recognizance'of $200 to ap
pear at the January term ot tlie Circuit
Joseph JJradley, 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 Bradley, wa sentenced
to two years confinement In the reform
Lou Smith, indicted for keeping a
house of ill-fame, plead guilty, and was
fined fifty dollars and costs by the court.
Xot paying the same or giving security,
she was sent to the county jail.
Tho morning was consumed In tho
argument of a demurrer to tho declara
tion in the case of tho City of Cairo vs.
Safford, Morris & Candeo.
The default iu the ease of tho City vs.
C. X. Hughes was upon motion, set
The cases of Lancaster & ltlco vs
William Glover and Patrick Fitzgerald,
and Louisa Neyumn, administratrix, v.
Elizabeth Henley, were disposed of.
In the case of Eugeno Ganighty vs.
Louis Voting and July Ann Young, tho
prayer of bill was granted. Tho bill
was Hied to rectify a mistake In a deed
Illinois CcNiiiAi. Kailiioad Company
, 0, 1875. J
1 (JFf It'll Of UllNKItAI. A OUST
CaIIK), I LI... Sept
To persons wishing to attend tho IIll
nols State Fair to bo held tit Ottawa from
Sqit. Bllli to Sept. 18. we will sell ex
cursion tickets to I.aSalle and return at
ono aud one-lltth fare. Sale of tickets
will commence September Uhli, and dls
1 continue on tho 17th. Tickets good to
I .11 i.'..., .lief lnr.li.
ICllllll lllllll I3VJH. -i"" inclusive.
fcuM llurlMTl Iihn I'lIifciKNKIl.
Ltt of letters remaining uncalled for
iu the Post Oillco at Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, Saturday. Sept. 11,
Ambrose Ida T lleckwlth .M. F., Oil
ley Onla, Cockrell X. A., Cook Stella,
Dentil Anna, Davis Kate, Frotwell Jen
nie, Harrington, Ellen, J llersou Maggie,
Lloyd F.ttn.MalonoyE.T., Mltehcl Iteiia,
McCorinlck Mary, Mason Anne. Xelson
Carrie, O'Connor Julia, Parker Kaite,
Sliered Susanna, Tubbs Mnllnda, Ward
Jane, Wilson Annie, Warren Mary.
Alexander Mr., Anderson S. W., Ad
kins l, Bland DOn. Bradley C. S.,
Blair C. S Bryans Ilarri-ou, Ileal rot
John, Bedford Itobt., Barbee Scot,t,
Black Thos., Bales Win,, Buckner Win.,
Cochran A. A., Clarko C. S., Chellet
Geo. W., Clav Louie, Conroy Martin,
Coyne Tom., Donolln John. Dalton
Wm., Davis Wm. IL, Fitzgerald John,
Gullion I). IL, Gandbay .la., Gooinan
Pleas., Goodall Win., Hanks 1'. J., Ham
ilton Beuji, Henderson Geo. II., Harring
ton Ed., Helm J. ('., Hirsli Jno. C, Hun
gerford It. A., Ilyland P., Hill Tho?.,
Iliiinm S. J., Hlglen Win., Ilaro Win.,
KuhneM.lt., .Mathews Alfred, Mauley
James, Masen Mose, Mltehcl Peter. Mur
phy Tho., Miller W. 1J.. Xlcliolson & Co
F. II.. Olmsted C. M 0tendorf Henry,
Pact Gabriel, Parker Traiiiucl, Pollard
Frank. Parker J. W., Phillips Joseph,
Powell John A., Phillips Wilyom. l.'ey
nolds John, Howell John, Iteppy I,'. F
Bandolplt Wm. F Koimweig WIU
lielm, Stovall P. II. , Serode A. T.,
Stanley Frank, Shelby Wesley, Williams
Man.o. Venter Clia. C, Wattermeyer
F. E.. Wright Geo., Wallace J. B.
Willhelm liichard, Will John W.
Pereons calling for the above letters
will please say "Advertised."
Gko. W. MoKkaio, P. M.
City .Murslinl'H Notice.
Xotice 1 hereby given that stock pro
hibited by tlie ordinances from running
nt large within flic city limits, inut be
put up at once. The subsidence of tlie
waters that lately Incommoded citizens
living in certain localities removes all
e.cu-e for longer disregard of tho stock
ordinance, aud failure to comply with
thi- notice will bo followed by a rigid
enforcement of the ordinances iu such
cases made and provided.
Xotice is also hereby given, that all ob
struction of the streets of tho city mu-t
he promptly removed by the citizen who
have created the same. On some streets
piles of lire wood were made during the
prevalance of water iu the low places of
tlie city, and arc still maintained. These
must be removed without delay. All
parties falling to observe and act upon
tills notice will be proceeded against un
der the ordinance.
By order of tlie Mayor.
Cuito, III, September 10, 1875.
John 11. Gorman,
Acting City Marshal.
E2l',lener Hcer nt George I.attner's
Siloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
low ilumi II mi rex. itt J. II.
I'llll.l 1- A- sii' 'W.
Heady printed package of wa-b lists
enough in each book to last two year,
for ,"0 cents eacli at tlie Bitllki in Olllco
for the next two days.
Lime at lowest prices at Jno. B. Phillis
100 barrels of lime. hetijuallty.forsah'
at low-down figure nt Jno. B. Phillis it
Son's. fifiyXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Bulletin ollice, printed,
SI! 50 and SI 00 per M.
&5yX Itag stock envelopes at the Bi;l
i.tntN ollice, $3 25 per M.
jiaSrXX Woodstock envelopes at the
BtiLi.r.Ttx ollice. $:i 00 per M.
For three days, lime at low prices, In
barrels, by Jno. il. Philli A-Son.
iSTl'llsi'iier Beer at George I.attner's
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. 0-8-tf
I3"l'ilcricr Kecr at (Jeorcc Lattoer's
Saloon, on Corumerrial avenue, hehvoeti
Fifth and Sixth streets-.
Call a, tho Exeulslor.Sitlo'iii, on Coininer
elal avenue, between Filth ami Sixth
streets, for I'll sen or Hcer, Swlt.cr clicctc,
Holland lierrlii),', c,
o-S-nt ttKotuii: Ii.vrr.Niut, I'ron'r.
Wooil anil Conl.
Wood, 1 per eonl ."0 eents oil' for
eash. Iliy Mtnldy eoal by the ear load ?:t
per ton". All i;ootls delivered,
(.'. W. Wiiki:i.kk & Co.
Oitick ani Yaiu). Tenth street, be
tween Commercial aud Washington ave
Willi I I'll
Kveiyboily to kno that the nlaeo to get
A smontli shave,
A good shampoo,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anything I" that line,
Is St tho GltAND CKNTU.U. llAHIIKIt-
Miue, corner Kiglitli aud Commercial.
U 8-tf J. UKOItnB STKINIIOIISK.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Uuppy relief for youm; men from the ef
fect of Krrors ami Abinea In early life.
Mnnho id restored. linpedlincntH to Mar
riage removed New method of trout
in ut. New ami lemurkuhlo remedies,
Hooks and Clrculra rent free, In neuled en
velopes. Address Howard Association,
till. Ninth Bt., I'lillailelhla, l'a.-an In-tb
tut Ion having a lilyli reputulon fur honor
ahlo conduct and professional skill,
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 11,000 acres of
unimproved and- Iu Alexander :our ty.
"Winter's Block" and WIntor's It w.'
Alire number ol desirable It -sldeticet,
mil uvcelleiit vacant l,ot, suitable for
bit I io,i lmti-cs and residences.
Jlouo on Nliictctnlh street, for ij,"i0, with
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block tillable for Hotel, Olll
ccs or B.iihs. rooms cheap.
Tenement numbered I, 7, 8 and , In
Wintct'-i Bow, 0 rooms each, for $10 cr
m on tli.
No. Iu, (c rner) ill ."07 ro:nnfl.
Tnatdpsl nblo double Cottigo on corner
of Thi tetnthand Washington.
Flno two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets,
tillable for Dwelling and Business.
Two houes on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Buslncs Houses and
Two .mall Hou-cs west ol Twenty-second
street, near l'lnc, Si eaca per month.
1 .veiling Uotno nu Twelfth, near Wal
nut, (I room, for s?W per month.
Bulnos housa on Levee, near Eliihth
street, for ?J0 per month.
FOK LEASE, Ol". SALE.
A number of Lotx on Loieo, abore
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Abo
a large number of other Lot in dliferent
Land, In tract to sub, mar Cairo.
.".0,000 envelopes, all grades and prices,
inst received at the Bt'Lt.nriN job ollice.
INirl I. IK.
Steamer Jim Fik, Padueah.
John B. Maude, Xew Orleans.
" Mollie Moore, St. Loul.
City of Chester, Memphis.
" T. F. Eckert, Grand Tower.
" Mary Bell, Metropolis.
Tow-boat Bon Accord, .Metropolis.
" Gen. Anderson, Metropolis.
Steamer Jim l'ik, Pnilueah.
" John B. Maude, St. Louis.
City of Chc-ter, St. Loui.
Mary Bell, Si. Louis.
Mollie Moore, Xew Orleans.
Tow-boat Bon Accord, St. Louis.
" Gen'l Anderson, St. Loul.
Gov. A lien, St. Louis.
IttVEK AN II WKATUKIt.
Tlie river last evening was 11 feet 'J
Inches on the gauge, having risen 0 3-5
Indies during tlie previous 21 hours.
Hie weather continues cloudy and
Business. Is still improving.
iJiu City oi Uolena gioiiiided af.
Plum Point Thursday and the City of
Chester was helping her when the Maude
Tlie Eckert returned from Grand
Tower, having tailed to raise tlie Jim
lieose, owing to the fact that the river
rose over the bulkhead which It was lie-
cetary to build above deck. When the
water fulls she will have no trouble lu
getting ber up.
The Bon Accord and Gen. Anderson
had tho new .Mary Bell hi tow, taking
her to St. Louis, where she will receive
her finishing touches. She stands so
high out ot the water that ber lower
guard stands on a level with the boiler
(leek of the Gen. Anderson. She is
a monster, ami no mistake.
The Idlewlid night before last brought
20 barrels meal, 21 sacks bran, 10 tierces
ham, 21 barrels apples, and 875 sacks
corn. She reports -1 feet ol water on
Henderson bar and at Cumberland Island,
which Is a decided improvement, and
shows that tlie river ha begun
to cut out. On her return
to Evansvlllo she will lay up for repairs
aud a sternwheel packet will come out
In her place. While being repaired sho
will have Capt. Farris' patent hollow
grato burs and lire liners put iu her
furnaces. Capt. Farriss was to leave
here yesterday. Tlie Arkansas Belle has
been using the bars for over a year.
Waii Dki'aiituknt Uivki- ItSeoirr, ) "
. Stlitll, 1S7S.
STATIONS. LOW WATKII.
rr, ist. kt. i.v.
Cairo II s x ii
I'ittsburK (I 4 n a
Cincinnati 1 n 1
Louisville a II n
Nashville t 8 1
St. Joui 17 10 1 1
Corrected Daily by K. M Stearns, coiiiinlsfllon
inercliant, Secretary of the Cairo lloanl til
Klou. , uccnnlhiK to Kriule $fi (aH no
Com, inixeil, nuekist 7'c
Corn, white, siu.knl b'.'c
OhU, inixtsl C.lo
llrun, iier ton Slliio
Meal, elitiin ilrinl - a t
Ilutter, choice Northern !Uo
ltittter,clioli'e Southern 111 Me
KkkSi iicriloien t.'Jic
Chrckem, inTiloien l toga ki
'I'urkeya, iht dozen 7fa,lll (
Applet, ihoice, per barrel i M
Apples, coimiioii, per barrel VI 60
l'otutoeri, ier barrel at to
Unloim ner barrel .l O)
MRS. L. t. SPEARS,
Weat aide Commercial Avenue, between
swum ana mntn atreeta,
(Next door to ,1 IlurKer'K dry Kodi store.)
A lull line of the Intist mid mot iHShlonable
HATS AND BONNETS
ahvavs on hand. Alaoevury variety of
Ribbons Laoes and Trimmings
from the clieaest to Uie. raott costly Ladlct
will Uml any and everything In her store fur a
coiiipiete sireci, oau or party outfit.
1'rlcci to comiwto with iinv In the Weat.
KlAUo ugent tor the llome lie wing Muehlae
RAI. ESTATK AEmr.
JOHN a. HARMAlf CO.
;0NVAXCBXS, NOTARIES NUM
Land Areata of tha Xllinoia Central
Burllnitton and Uuuacjr X,
North Cor. Sixth and OhU
O. LYMCII. M.t.Mlin,
LYNCH & HOW1ET,
Ct TH AT, THMH A fn
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houae.
Mme. S. A. & F. Johnson
Wl-li to Inform tin- IjuIIcs that they have called
here with an
Elegi i::orinent &f Euaaa Bair.
Will ....... ,. .!. , v-i-
, ....in .i,,r nn diii oair id ton
ifi-l unit most faslilunulilr style. l.dlMrM
uivimi hi can rany, n our stay u llmtlnl, ana
At tao very Lowest Prices.
If....!... ..n..l.. , . .
.......in 1,1111 mii.i-u irillll iAIDUOa BDU
Pt.rl. .. ...... It. I.....I .. ..I. . t. .......
V vnui.irin, KUC Jllll U1U HltM
stylos iii rvi ry variety ofii.iirtliTss.lntj
oiore on jsigntn street, Near tha Bank.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
jjuviuti a in jj (JuramjuKUiAXi
Manufactures his own Horae ShoMfuut
can Assure Good Work.
SORT11SIDE OF EIOllTU STREET
Between Washington and Commercial
'I lie iiiult-raineil Iris t tic pleasure of announe
hijr to the cltiens of Calm unit tlie suuouniUnr
country that lie hasestablisliisl a
tor the sale of Joseph SehnaUer's ci-lcbrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER SEER,
ami nn slim let notice bivr will be dellrertd
eulilumt iwiily lor tup
'KIN Y NIKllKUWIKSKIt, Acent.
Deiint iimler I'lantern' lluiue.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o. ziTJXZjfli,
BINDER Ml) BLANK BOOK
lulletin Buildlnir, Corner Twelfth Straat
and WaahinfctAn Avenue,
CCniintv anil llnllmail Work a ipwUltr.
"Vnqiieatlounbljr tlie beat auUUne4
n urlt or Hie kind lu the World."
NOTICKS Or TUB I'KKSS.
Tho over increasing circulation of tkii
excellent monthly proves IU continua4
adapdon to popular dcislres and neoda. Ia
nocn, wnen wu imiiniiiio now many aoaiea
It penetrates evety mouth, we mutt eon
shier it an ono of the educaton aa wall a
entertainers of the public mind, for IU Ta
popularity lias been won uy no a peal te)
stimid r rejudice or depraved taatei-ktoa-
The chat acter which this Magasita poav
and literary oulture thnt ban kept paca wlta.
If ft has: not led tho times, ahould cattM its
conductom to repaid it with JuntlUabla tow
PlaceLcy, ltslso untitle! them to imil
claim upon tho public gratliude, Tke
Makjazloo has dono Kood and not TUaU
tho dayi ol lulife. Biooklys Xagla,
roitme free to tubaoriben U ike Uatft4
Harper" Slaxaziue. one year....t4 0t
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age by the publltnei i.
BUDscripiions to uarptra Miraaua,
Weekly, or ltazar, to one ad dre tot ana
year, 10 00; or two ol llarper'i perlodl
cai, 10 one auureii ior one year; ft
postage free. .
aii extra copy oi euuer ine mn-v
Weekly or Uaiar will be supplied rtttjr
ov ry club ol Ave uhHcrlbent at 4 tf2
In one remittance; or alx copl M faaaa
without extra copy; posMjfolree.
Hack numbers can l aiipW
"TcompUte t or, rPVnVaSafc3
now coiuprUIni,' .0 volum, lo mat am
the oxponso of purciinajr, A Jji,
volume. nil ""I'ttlffi? S$ SS.
t3 00. Cloth cae, for bUUf
by wall, PPdd. , p eafj Wtt-
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