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ASCAfJN LODQK, NO. 61.
Knight of I'ythlas, suets every Fri
day night nt hair-iast twren, in Odd
Fellows' Hull Jno. If. Gossnah,
ALEXAXDEU LODGE, NO. Stf
lnili.n.lnt Onto nf Odd-rcl
lows, meet every ThnradsT night
nttinir.iaiituvrn. Ill their Mil on
Coinmtrcl.il mctiue, bvturcn ninth and Rcvrntti
CAIIIO KNOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., rnwts
iniM.I.KHllnw,!' Hall on the first and third
lUrsda) in vcry monlh, at half-pest soven.
CAIIIO I.ODOK. NO. 177, A. F. ft A. M.
. iiniiminnar communications uina-
, umle Hull, corner Commercial avenur
null F.lirhth street, on the secou'l and
mrtii Monday of each month.
Everybody to knov. tbat the place to get
A smooth sba c,
A good shampoo,
A fashionable lialr-clt,
Or anything l' that line,
la at the Okand Cstral DaHBKK
noi', corntr Eighth and Commercial.
M-tf J. OEOIIOB STKIMHOI'SB.
jSTlMliMcr B-er at George Littner's
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and tilxth streets.
To the ritlteae of Cairo.
I would Inform m tnmy Irlends, that 1
am still In the miction business, and ready
to attend to all sale, that may offer. My
long experience In this business needs no
comment i U no exjii rlmeiiton my part,
and parties entrusting oods t nijf csre
need no be attain as Iain no "iulb" or
novice In th business.
8p. cl I attention Klvcn to resl estate nd
outdoor sale, as ( hive never missed mak
ing a rale. I Haktman, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Av.
Keady printed package of waMi lists
enough in each book to last two years,
for &0 cents each at the Bulletin Ofllce
for the next two days.
DrllciouK-PILMEMRK-Kt IOtilft Her
A So. 1 Lnnntlry.
It is now conceded that Mr. Coleman,
tho l.undtcw. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wjihlngtin & C immercUl avenues,
hssoneof the best conducted laundry i -tabllshtnent
in the city, and landlords ol
hotels and boarding bouses 111 find It to
their sdvabtaKe to call upon her
tier i' rices arc as follows: Hotel and
boardlng-hou-p wahlnp;, " cents per
dozen. Foi piece work prices are
as follows: Single shirt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen eHJej socks Tic; two col
lars, 6c; two bandkercblrls, 6c; vests iOc;
md all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per
en. Ladles' dresses, 2.') to 50t';
(Irte 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to Kc; two
air hose 6c; two collars 6 to inc. For la
jlest plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la
dice lino clothes, $ I 2.'. per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Pa.
trnnage solicited, S-31-lm
tOrXX Amlier and White rug stock
envelopes at the Bclletij; olllcc, printed,
33 W) and $4 00 per M.
100 barrels of lime, bestqualtty, for sale
ut low-down figures at Jno. 11. Phillis &
Ti n pound letter heads, large lilzc, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper ued In Cairo for print
ing letter heads-ordinary composition
only $4 50 per thonand at the Hrn.r.Tix
At the Bulletin bindery 13 nuniln r.s
bound lu two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; cost S-l 1 ; for 'aicatSIO.
Ltinlo Herbert' for riI.SK-
s rilpeuer Beer freeh and cool, the
finest beer ever drunk, nt Chas. Schoen
meyer'e, corner Tenth street and Wash
A rlste Mock.
Wni. Elder desires to Inform his pat
ron and the pu He generally, that he ha
now on hand a lare Mock. I Fi.nch and
(Jertuan ah, Kip and M iocco, and l pre
psrrd to mauumcture. fnr fetore and ofllce
wear, the iluo-t of Morou o or Cdt Skin
Shoe or Ho t-;nd tor farm rs, draymen
and out do r wear generally, his French
Kin stand above anything ever oflered In
tnlt mirkct. Ills Lis s are i t the latext
styles an i )i" can gnuiantvo III and sati
(action to all hU pai'ou. 0 a-tt
Oo to Charles Sehoennieyer's for fresh
(sir Fresh and cool Pilsener every day
nt Charles Schoenmeyer's.
P1LSEXER at Louis Herbert's.
c7Tl'ilencr Beer at Geor6 Lattner'a
Saloon, on CounnsMal avenue, between
Filth and pistil etreeta.
a .iivprniuted No.U Wilson Shuttle Sew
Ing Mai hluo, htt'd (piano) tinbh, valued at
Mh. Will hi! , Id at SiQ uiseuiint, on good
terms, aud ordered direct from the tactory.
Colored tnd m iitiiUd Maps of the city of
Cairo at i2 00 each, (bull price)
A No. 0 Wllsen shuttle Sewini: Machine
valued at 875 Will be sold at 815 discount
ana ordered direct In m the Uctory
A iW Keuiington Scwiig Muchlne-dSO
on tor casu. buuaoie tor tailor or boot una
At u bargain, and on good tonus, a llowo
Sewing Mtcblne. My oe seen at tne com
pany'n oflice, corner Ninth street aud Com
Ticlurcsquo Amerle" 4H numbers
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
A rtyl "E," "Clougb, Warren A Co.'s"
Parlor Organ, right trom the factor)' at De
troit, l.t.t price, S300. Will bo told for
A new two.none Gambia wagou.
for any or the above wtiolw, apply at
tilt fVlMTJH ofle. E. A. BUHMITT.
atATKA ! AlfVERTINflVU.
trAll bills for advertising, are due and pay
able IN AbVA.NCK.
Transient advertising will bclmcrteil at the
rat of tl to persqtmrc for the tlrat Intcrlion
and W tents fur each ubement one. A liberal
riiscountwlll be nuJu on standing auddlplay
Ixical notices, tmslntis or olherwlse, will be
charged ten cents per line for Uie first and Ore
cents for each ad llllun.il Insertion, (counting
Ave Hues and apivurd)) a discount will be made
after third Insertion.
Churrh, boclcty, Festival aud Supper notice
will only be Inserted as advertisements.
For Inserting Funeral notice l i'. Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders to cents for
No advertisement will be received nt leis tbsu
THURSDAY, SKIT. 23, 1670.
I.ocnl Wcsilkcr HeiKirl.
Caiho, III., Hi pt. 22,175.
Thx. I Wtxu. I Vai,
THOMAS JONK3, firrgt. H. H., V. 8. A.
Ten tub? choice Northern butter nt
Xew York Store, for city trade.
The now building being erected by
Mr. S. II. Ilalllday, on Commercial ave
nue, U nearly completed. Workmen
arc now engaged In painting anil plaster
ing the Inside, and the house will soon be
ready lor occupancy.
-For Clothing, go to lleilbron &
Well't?, 112 A HI Commercial avenue.
Yesterday morning, (Sept. 22nd), Jo
sephine, duughter ol Francis and Vir
ginia Vincent, aged 10 years. Sjcclal fu
neral train will leave foot ot Eighth
street at three o'clock this afternoon, for
Villa Ridge. Friends and acquaintances
of the family are Invited.
Mr. James Sparta, of Allendale, Illi
nois, U in the city on business. He will
leave this afternoon for Dallas, Texas,
where It Is lils intention to locate.
Hon. C. H. Patterson, assistant
United States treasurer, at Xew York,
is in the city, the t;ueet of Messrs. Good
rich and Miller, of the C. A V. railroad.
Fresh Baltimore oysters arc received
dally at the store of Henry Winter, on
Commercial avenue. 9-22-2f
Wood! Wood! Coall Coal!
I am now at my old stand, and pre
pared to deliver wood, full length, or
sawed and split, and Big Muddy, or Mt.
Carbon and DuQiioln coal, to any part of
the city at lowest rates. Leave orders
at Commercial avenue, corner Tenth.
S-22-2w James Ross.
Mr. George Reed, tlrst engineer on the
transfer steamer Junius S. Morgan, who
was married a few days ago to MIfs Ida
IV ylor, of Metropolis, returned with his
bride to this city on Tuesday night, on
the steamer Fisk. The newly married
ouple will make Cairo their present
We have at the Bulletin ofllec for -ale
at u discount, aerin i f tho Madison House,
Cincinnati, (Main, between front and
Second) payable In hotel accommoda
tions at the rate of $2 2.", per day. Scrip
is in orders ot SI 00 each. Apply to
E. A. Bl'uxutt.
To Lee lure.
The lecture course to be conducted un
der the auplcies of the Woman's Club
and Library Association will begl.i next
week. Among those who havo been in
vited to lecture, are Judge Green, Dr.
Wardner, Dr. Smith, Professor Alyord,
Mrs. Dr. Smith, Mrs. Dr. Wardner, Mrs.
John 11. Obcrly, Mrs. Candee and a num
ber of others. The lectures ot the ladles
and gentlemen, it U believed, will be in
teresting and well patronized.
sroliee of Beiaoval.
C. Koch has removed Ills boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (onn block below),
Xo. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where he will
keep tho best homo uiadc and St. Louis
custom mado boots and shoes, made of
the bct material ; good workmanship
and in tho latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. 0-23-tf.
To the Trade.
Choice line of coffee and sugar, at
wholesale and retail at Xew York Store.
Those who Intend to go to the enter
talument of the Taylor Lite ray club at
the Atheneura to-morrow night, can pro
cure tickets and reserved seats at Hart
man's store. To tho lovers of good mu
hlc, this will ue a rare treat. The very
best male gingers In tho city will tako
part in the entertainment, aud render tho
most beautiful productions ot the day
Minstrel plays, character acts, clog dauc
ing, etc., will also be introduced during
the performance, and all who attend are
assured a llrst class show,
Nt. marie Arrival.
A n Ar?jnn FUt Rap.k. Midi.: M.
Harper, Chicago ; A. and D. Anscll, St.
T.nnl. W. W. De ffh . C UC nnatl : U iaB
t. r.iinin T.n.iCant. Jas. Bernard. St.
t mi to a. HnthRchiki. Cincinnati: u,
" .... . a
m T...ni.. Tt.Rt.rnsunii wife,
St. Louis : Fred. R. Huston, Evansvlllo :
Geo. Nelson. Terre Haute; E.
B. Falls aud wife, N. O.
O. nartman and wife, Illinois ; Jny No-
uie, rsew urieans ; airs, n, aiaruu, ire-
catur, Illinois; L. C. Thompson, Mis
eourl , Jno. Grcmugh, Geo. B. Clark
J.H.Pickering, St. Louis: Wui, J. Bart-
well, New York ; Jas. S. Ogdeii, New
Orleans ; A, It, Hall, St. LouU ; B, F.
Schwartz, Washington city ; II, Cun
ningham and wife, Little Rock, Arkau
at; Juo. B. Cuunuff, New Orleans.
He (ember Term, iS7f.-lfH. Is. J,
Ill the case of the People vs. James
Brown, tho Jury returned a verdict ol
"not guilty." The principal cause or
the acquittal was the absence or tho
State's witnesses, they having absconded
several weeks before. IIU attorney, Col.
J. C. Shaver, secured a verdict for his
client without much labor.
The Judge overruled the motion ol
I). T. Lincgar to quash the indictment
standing against Robt. S. Lemon.
Martin Burns, indicted for burning
the house ot a man named Noble, was
tried yesterday. Tho evidence against
him was not of the best character. Alter
hearing Uie testimony, the jury, without
being out very long, returned a verdict
of not guilty.
The case of the People vs. Annie
Hunter was tried In the circuit court yes
terday and a verdict or "not guilty" was
returned by the Jury without leaving
their teati. It was transparently a con
spiracy of perjured wretches to injure an
Henry Rogers was sentenced by the
court to three years in ttic penitentiary.
Ho was tried Wednesday, 10th, by a Jury
and found guilty of grand larceny, and
the above term was fixed upon as n ver
Of the nine persons that have been
tried since Monday tiie 13th, seven have
been acquitted, and the cause of the ac
quittal of four ot the deicndants was the
absence of the material witnesses.
Open and for Nale.
Seventy-live cases of boots and shoes.
Boots $2 75 to $3 00 ; shoes $1 00 to
$2 75, at the Xew York Store at whole
sale and rctalh 9-23-10t.
A great deal of talk has been oc
casioned by the report that the Cairo &
Vlucennes railroad oftlces arc to be re
moved from this city to Vlucennes. The
matter is looked upon by some as a threat
to accomplish an end, while others
thoe who are generally classed as the
"knowing ones" shake their heads, and
say, "You'll find out whether it's a hoax
or not, soon enough."
The new clothing firm of lleilbron &
Well. Xo. 112 and Hi Commercial ave
nue, have got their elegant and durable
stock of ready-made clothing upon the
shelves, and are now ready to accommo
date customers with anything in their
line. Messrs. lleilbron t Weil arc gen
tlemen of large experience in the cloth
ing trade, and have acquired a thorough
knowledge in the business. They under
stand pefectly the wants of the people ot
Cairo and viclnity.aud in purchasing their
fall and winter stock governed themselves
accordingly. Those who are in need of
any article in their line should give them
Circuit and probate courts are now
In session, and Uavo lots of work before
The police court business is slowly
dwindling down tp nothing. Bummers,
thieves, and gamblers are scarce.
The schools are progessing linely.
The attendance in all departments is
largo, and much interest Is displayed by
The Pope County Agricultural So
ciety will commence its fair at Golconda
on the sixth of October, and continue
until the ninth.
The twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth
days of thl3 month, according to the
prophesies of Prof. Tice, will be the
warmest days of the .season
Visitors are plenty at the court house.
The colored lolks arc in the majority, and
seem to take much interest in the pro
Thomas Learv. the drayman who
had his leg broken by being run over by
a dray on the levee, some two weeks ago,
is improving slowly.
The members of the city council will
now be allowed to rest undisturbed un
til the flrst Tuesday of next month, when
thev hold their rccular monthly meet-
Thenoltcclorcels not overrun witn
work. The man who catches up an of
fender now-a-days, is looked upon by his
comrades as being favored by Proyi
The Cairo & Vlucennes railroad
company have quit running their trains
down Commercial avenue to their pass
enger depot in the south end of town
They now stop at their "Incline," in the
upper part of town.
The season tor the negro to emigrate
to the South has come, and the colored
people are happy. Large gangs leave
this city daily, for tho cotton plantations
below, where work at cotton picking is
plenty, aud the wages good
Don't forget, dear people, that to
morrow night the Taylor Literary Club
will give u musical soiree and minstrel
entertainment for tho purpose of rais
ing money to buy n library. Every
body should patronize them. The cause
is a good one.
We are Informed that the course of
lectures to be given by prominent ladles
and gentlemen of this city, under the
auspices of the Woman's Club and LI
brary Association, will begin next week
"'' -r.", ra..
ml ...Ill Af .-.m . ... n lu. 1 ,. ...1 .. ..
-The imcKuieu in tne city, we uuuer
Siauu, uro uiuaiiig men ui.uunuun.ui.,
should tho offices of tho Cairo 4 Vlu.
1 - uollaAn A AAmttnnlf Ka MkrulAVArl n
auu ii vi.uj w mu,,
start u line of hacks to run between tno
city and the stopping place or the trains
1 on tho outskirts or tho town.
: It Is said that tho fair to be given by
the Fair Association ot Mississippi
county, iuissouri, uegiiiiiuii: uu mu -"w,
s- at Charleston, will bo one of tho bestever
L', held by the society. Fast trotting, pac-
. i.-..j..ii, .,,,.,,Wlnr un.
Ing and running horses, numbering up
wards ot fifty, havo been eutered, aud will
compete in the races.
The Knights of Pythias, have, wo un-
derttaud, entirely Klvcn up tho moon
lloht steamboat excursion talked of a
week or two ago, on account of cold
weather. Tho Knights should make n
note or tho prophesy or Prof. Tice for tho
21th and 2oth of this month, am! act ac
cordingly. Brown, the man arrested by Mayor
Winter some two weeks ago, for whip
ping his wife, on Fourteenth street, and
who was indicted by the grand jury,
was given a trial yesterday morning in
the circuit court and discharged. The
Mayor's testimony was heard, but he
didn't make It strong enough.
The nights for the past week or two
have been rather cool for lovers' walks
and talks In the moonlight, but this fact
did not deter two youthful beings from
sitting on the railing tinder our window
until twelve o'clock Tuesday night and
pouring words ornfl'ectlon Into each oth
er's ears. Our room-mate rolled around In
the ied, and lamented because lie was
not the fortunate youth below.
The heavy man of this establishment
is getting ready to orate soon, be
fore the Grand Lodge of Odd-Fellows, at
Peoria on the 11th of next month . The
attic, however, Is too cold for him, and he
is compelled to suffer numerous Inter
ruptlons. He has resigned himself to his
fate, however, and submits to the dis
turbances with saint-like docility, but oo
caslonally indulges in a "damn you,"
that seems to give him much relief.
Mr. W. II. Morris, Cairo's favorite
bass singer, actor, and character song
man, lias kindly consented to uct as In
terlocutor or middle man in the enter
tainment to be given by the Taylor
Literary club to-morrow night, at the
Atheiicum. Mr. Morris will sing in the
quartette, the beautiful Scotch song,
"Scotch Lassie Jean," and In a specialty
act the great Dutch song entitled "How
Yacob Found It Oud." Xoue should fall
to hear him.
Richmond Virginia, an old negro
man, is now in town looking after his
son, a youth eighteen years of age, who
rati away from the parental abode, au
humble cot near New Grand Chain, to
lead a life of gaiety and waywardness
amid the wicked colored boys ol Cairo.
The old gentleman is sad at heart, and
slgnllles Ills willingness to receive his
son in a loving embrace and take him
back to his hearth aud home. It the
young runaway will only come for
ward. Mr. Ross has concluded not to finish
his nice track north of this city until
Spring, navlng found, on measuring, that
a large piece of timber would have to be
cut down and the stumps grubbed out
before he will have space enough to make
a track a full halt mile in length. He
will, however, he tnlonns us, make the
course one of the lc:t to be found In the
State, as he intetids to use it for the train
ing aud breaking of colts and fast horses,
He wilt erect buildings for stabling pur
poses, so that horses brought there to be
driven can le kept on the grounds.
X atlce-Keep it Before tke People,
Dry goods, groceries, boots aud shoes,
quectuware, hats and caps, jeans, wood
and willow ware, etc., etc, sold cheap
at the Xew York Store. Largest assort
ed stock in the city at wholesale and
Steamer Jim Fisk. Pnditcah.
" St. Francis ilelle, Cincinnati.
" T. N. Millar, Cincinnati.
" Arkansas Relic, EvanEVlllf.
Belle Memphis, Memphis.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" St. Francis Belle, St. FrancU It.
T.X.Millar, St. Francis river,
" Arkansas Belle, Evansrillc.
Belle Memphis, St. I.ouis.
" Julia, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Lioness, St. LouU.
RIVEIl AND WEATHER.
-The river last evening was 18 feet on
the gauge, having risen 13 4-5 inches dur
ing the previous 24 hours.
-The weather la partially cloudy and
still cool, but growing warmer.
The Arkansas Belle had a very fair
The Eckert failed to raise the Flor
ence Lee, as the Tennessee river Is rising
very fast. The Eckert had arrived at
Paducah when the Frauds Bell passed,
with the furniture, freight, etc., of the
Lee. Had the owners of the Lee called
the Eckert lu time, tho present stnto of
affairs would have been avoided.
The Mississippi is still cutting away
the bank abovo this city, and will reach
the Narrow Gauge track at tho old break
in about live days at the present rate. It
is also making rapid strides towards the
Cairo levee, below tho cross levee, and
will wash through It In about two weeks
If the rise coming out of tho Cumberland
and Tcuucssco rivers does not check tho
WAB DtrAllTMIST. ItlVKP lUl'OST, I
Sept. Si, 1875.
Corrected Dally by E. M. Stearns, commission
rnercnam, rjecrtiur) ui w vuu wwi ui
Flour, according toaru'k it 00Q7 W
Com. mixed, sacked..
Corn, whit, tmekeu
liran, per ton
Meal, steam dried -
Butter, choice Northern .....
Ilutter,choice southern 111.
az ouga oo
Apples, common, per imrrci
?,OM. Vt barrel
Onions tier barrel.,
For Hale Cheap.
A new llowo and Singer fcuwlng ma
chine. Enquire nt the Bulletin office,
E. A. Bl'BNBTT.
LYNCH ft HOWLETS 1
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander joui-ty.
"Winter's Block" and "Winter's E.iw.
A large number ol desirable Residences,
and excellent vacant Lots, suitable for
bu lnets houses and residences.
Houso on Nineteenth street, for 450, with
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, Offi
ces or Bjslness rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 8 and 9, in
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for 910 per
No. 10, (corner) Hi 067 rooms.
Tnat desirable double Cottage on corner
of Thirteenth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Kloventh streets,
suitable for Dwelling and Business.
Two houses on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Business Houses and
Two mall Houses west of Twenty-sec
ond street, near Pine, ft each per month.
Dwelling bouse on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, C rooms, for 912 per month.
Business house on Levcc, near Eighth
street, for $20 per month,
FOR LEASE, Ott SALE.
A number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. Abo
a large number of other Lots in different
Lands, in tracts to tulr, near Cairo.
For three days, lime at low prices,
barrels, y Jno. B. Phillls & Sou.
Valuable Property for Hale.
The undersigned wishes to sell a House
and Lot, located on Twenty-seventh
.street, between 'otnmcrcial avenue and
Poplar street. Cairo, Illinois. All neces
sary out-houses, stable, etc Also, a good
cistern. The lot is provided with fruit
trees, etc. This property will be sold at
low ligures. Apply to Thomas W. Ilal
llday tor further particulars.
Caiuo, Ills., Sept. 17, 1875.
Lonl Herbert kaa PILSIEMEIt.
00.000 envelopes, all Krades anil prices,
tiU received at the Bulletin ob office.
77Tiltener Beer at Ueorge Lattner's
Saloon, on C'dmerclnl avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
fay There is quite a revolution in both
dry goods and clothing since lleilbron &
Weil came to the city.
Dr. Sherman, the great Special
ist, 500 North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation in the speedy manner
in which he trcato all chronic diseases.
See advertisement for bis great Syphilitic
Eradlcalor, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 0-18-Jyr.
J. SeklealMser. Photognspher,
on Eighth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenue., is now pre
pared to make those beautiful new pic
.uid respectfully Invites the citizen's of
Cairo and the public lu geueral to e-cam.
inc and nriee his work. They wlU ftivl
tlicte pictures equal to the best ot Eastern
work, and, what h still better, a great
deal cheaper than what they are mado
for anywhere lu the United States. They
arc within the reach ot all. Call, look at
and price tlicm before you go anywhere
che. It will pay you to do so. 9-10-tf.
The only place to find a full line of la
dies', misses' and children's cloaks Is at
lleilbron & Weil's, 142 and 144 Commer
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I have a mau and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. 9-10-tf.
BIG INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
lUO barrels) choice Lluse to-day,
low dowtt Hcorea. at J. H.
PHII.I.lSf de WQt,
Lime at lowest prices at J no. U. Phillls
It. J. Cundiffls In receipt of a oar load
of Northern cabbage, which he will sell
very cheap. 0-3l-2t.
fflrX Rag stock envelopes at the Bul
lbtin ofllce, $3 25 per M.
jfif lleilbron & Well make a specialty
of ladles & childr?n's suits. MMn.
IfgrXX Woodstock envelopes at the
Bulletin offloc. $3 00 per M.
S" For a complete line of lnlllluery,
so to lleilbron & Well's. 112 aud 144
ObfttaoUt to Marriage.
Uapny relief for youmtnen from the el
feet of Krrors and buses in early life
Manhood restored. Impediment to Mar'
riag removed New method of treat
m nt. Mew and remarkable remedies
Books and Circular seat free, In sealed en
velopea. Address Howard AswcUtlou
410 N. Ninth St., Puiladeibla, Pa.-an tntl
tution having a ntgurtpUti oD for hvnor-
able oonduct and profewiosMi
NOW IS THETIMEI
Presents For All!
A New Method of Making a
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
We.nno.mcto th.l'uUfcof cWrityjtatta Kln rettm.! to Cairo .
2tTo. 148 & 144 Commir oial Avt.
A full, Ciimplt and Well StlKtM stork 0t
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING,
Ladles' nod (icntlmrn'sFnrn!hlnK GoOtb, where we will anil arc now prfpnrcl to ottrv
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
We propose to jrjre In onr Dry Goods Store to each and every cuttomer purchasing te thi amount
or Seven Do Isrs (7),Tcn Yanls of Calico. Our aim will be to deserVe the ruture confluence
heretofore placed In us, assuring the publle that our best efforts will be used to merit the same.
Wo solicit a call from one and all.
HEILBRON & WEIL,
142 & 144
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK ! GREAT VARIETY ! LOW PRICES !
Provisions, Seeds, and other Produce.
Wm. Glenn & Sons,
68, 70, and 72 Tine
This U a new stylo of picture now be
ing produced by Wm. Winter, the artist,
of this city. These pictures arc creating
much interest in all the principal Eastern
and Western cities, being altogether new.
They arc unlike photograph?, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surface, soft in tone, but distinct In
the lights and shades. Xo one who sees
them fulls to admire them, or to give the
artist au order. We have been shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation lu pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advice all
who take Interest In Mich matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
his gallery and examine his work in this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
At the Arllnirtou House. Enquire of
9-21-31. T. B. Ellis, Proprietor.
J . Burner Co.
The old established dry goods house,
at present at the corner of Ninth street
and Commercial avenue, will remove, on
or about the 27th of September, to the
btillillnrr formerly occupied by W. B.
Rockwell & Co.'s book store, now under
going n-palrs. Look out for a largo
stock of fresh and seasonable dry good.
J3T U- tier I'eev at George Lattner's
s.iio H , m Commercial avenue, neiwrcn
KilMia il .Sixth streets. il-S-tf
A Knre Chnnce.
lU Western Tennessee Agricultural
.uiu M 'cUanlcal Association, ot Jackson,
Tennessee, wtUnoul their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 20th to 30th of October,
inclu-lve, 187i"i, nt which time there will
be dally sales of stock, agricultural im
plement!', etc., making it one of the moit
Important meetings ever held In the State.
Bring your stock aud implements.
Jso. Y. Keith, President.
Tuos. Clark, Secretary.
Have you seen the good calico dress
you can get by calling at lleilbron &
Weil's, 142 & 144 Commercial avenue.
Tito Very Beat.
Smith and Briukuieycr, merchant
tailors, have just received their Fall and
Wluter stock of goods tiie very best in
tho market, which will be sold at the very
lowest prices. All who desire a neat tit,
and a durable and beautiful suit of clothes
should call on them. 0-21-2w.
A cook man preferred.
Apply at the
Auction of Real Ealate.
I will oiler for sale on Friday, October
1st, at two p. in. lot 0, in block 4, on the
Ohio Levee, between Eighth aud Tenth
streets, with houso and all improvements
on same. The houso Is now renting for
$35 per month. Tho property will be
sold to the highest bidder, 'ierms oi
sale will be made known on day of snlc.
This Is a good opportunity for any one
wishing to purchase n goon Business
bouse and lot. J. B. Sella,
Dan Ilarttnan, Auctioneer.
A nobby suit can bo found at Hell
bron & Well's, 112 & 141 Commercial av-
Tho Undersigned Having Given
U now Prepared to Furnish loo
wilf now Devote bis a ten
tion Entirely to hi
a JWlC umlttr 41
Street, I. IN ATI.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawnootown, Evans
vine, iioulayiiio, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
'the onrlrallfil sldc-nhttl strainer
D. Fowlui Muster.
l.D. It. Thomas ...Clerk.
W lU leave HvanSTlUlcforCalro every MONDAY
ami Liiiui3i. ait o'cioca 11. in.
fttvos Cairo cvrry TUESDAY uiiU I'llIDAY.st
o'clock u in.
Tlic I'li-sant slile-wliccl sUiimcr
llt.v Howard Master.
Waliiii II. 1'EN.NLsuTON Clerk,
Will leave Kimisvllle for Cairo every TUES
DAY unit Kllli AV nt 4 o'clock p. in.
Will leae Cairo every WKDXKSDAY anil SAT
UltDAYnt M o'clock p. in.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
Joils fioiT .Msster
.Mat. Wiiliam Clerk.
Leave Evansvlllo for Cairo every WEDSES
DA V uml SATUIl A I) Y ut 8 n. m.
Leaves Cairo every IHUJtSDAY and SUNDAY
Each bout inskei closo connections at Cairo
with llrst-class steamer for at. Louis, Mcm
plil anil New Orleans, ami at Krnnsville with
tin-1.'. A C. It. U for all iMiints North ami East.
ami with the 1-oulsvlllu Hull Meumvrs for all
jioints uu the Uiper Ulilo, Klvlnit through re
ceipts on freight nml iu.wiikci's to all lxilnts
i- or nirmer lniormnuou uiipiy 10
SOI,. SILVKIt, Vasscnjjer Agent.
IIAIXIDAYnilOS., I .
I. M. I'MILLll'S, MKU""
Or to I).. I GKAMMER,
Suvwtlnumlenl niv Ovivsral Freight Agent,
l-Kl-ao-ly. KvansvtUe Intltsua.
Tho Beat is avlways tke Ckeapest ?
The eliding top la without seams or
hinge, and oannot set out of order.
The measuring! Pump Is the eaalest,
fastest, and ONLY PATB.MT PUMPuaed
In a galvanized Iron tank. Prlees rsduoed.
end for Catalogue.
WILSON t EVEN DEM,
rslcsUM u J Muuhciimn, 41 4) Vf.it Lilt SI., Ctic
For Sale at Manufucturera' prices by
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street Carro, HI
Ct0rUers for Steamboats promptly tilled at
lay hour, day or niflit. "'
Wholesale, Rttvil and
S-BighMt Cash Frio paiAfor
Hogs ana Cattle.
FOlt tne spw.It aire .of .Sestlss) J gai
Lost Uaubood and alt illMi
oa tr IsdlscnUoos or eseas. Asf rss s