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AS0A1.ON f.OIHIK, NO. 81.
Knlithl of I'ythlaa, nieetn cery '
iUy nlKl't al hnir-mil ncien, in Odd-
1 Hull .INO. II UuHUMAN.
AI.KXANDKU I.OIMJE, NO. E! .
.dMHflfe. Imlficnilent Order of Odd'?
ijjHElowii, iincta i-i cry llinrwliiy night
iflP' at half-past m-w-ii, in their hall on
Commercial uuiiiii-, between nixttt nnd v;iitli
UrU. T J. h"Hi -N-
C.VIHO KNCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. Y.. rnwts
In Oild-KtlloWH' Hall on Iho flutand UUiO
rw;.aj in every month, at IwlfMiact vmi.
.I.HO. 11. UllKHLV, 0. r.
A CAIItOLOimK. N0.237.A.K. A. M.
V lliililmtulnr communication In Ma.
itT sonic Hull, corner Commercial avenue
nl KIkIUIi street, on (he second and
oiirth Monday ofmcli month.
Kvery hody to know tint ttie place to gut
A smooth slime,
A good xlmrapoo,
A fanhlonalile hair-cut,
Or anything In tbat line,
In at till) OltANt) ORTRAt. llAltllKK
i'ltol-, corner Eighth and Commercial.
0-8-tf J. GBUIU1K STKINIIOU.'iK.
ll.ftF.Kr.Rnt l.oU llcrbart'M.
rj7Ill"en!r Ucr at Ueorgo LattnerV
Saloon, mi Commercial avenue, between
rifth and Mxth utrcets.
To llir t'JlUriia or Cnlro.
I would inform my mmy friend?, that I
am mill I" the auction huidm-.K, and read
to attend to all sales lliat may oiler. 31 J
Ions eiipeilet'Cfln lliU IiuiIiicm n edi no
comment-1 It no ex rlmci.t n my part,
nd parties nun stlne; Kooda t mj cre
need no lieatiald at lam no -fUll' or
nnvh c In tli buliic.
el I attention kI en to rel estate cd
ouiio r ale, u I Utp neier ruined wak
ing a rale. I) HaktMaN, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and Ootnmcrrlal A v
Keady printed packagr of wnh ll'ts
enough in each hook to lat two years,
for oO cent each tit tho IlUi.Lr.TiN Olilce
for the next two day.
nt Lout Her.
A Jo. 1 iJMiBdry.
It l-now conceded that Mr?. Olcman,
Ibc 1 mi'iicv, li Koil'tli street, he
tweeu V ilinit m & C m tvrel ! avenue-,
h s one o fin b utio iliieted laundry
tatii Inn it" n the ilty, a.d 1 .milord- d
hotel and boarding 'ioue .v ill HimI ll to
tbelr dvaiiti;e to call upon bcr
liar rioa am ai lollo: Until and
boarillnK-hoti'C wiliitig, ' cent
dozen. Kol piece work pr tea
at ollow: SIiikIo litrt and
r, 10c; pi r dozen 8 c; oek .',c; two
tarn, Ac, tve i hnndkerchlcl4, 5c; vctt
and all KenUemeii'a wear. tOa
dozen. LadleV dro'e, to
tklrtaM to 20i'5 drawer 10 to 15c;
pair boe c twilar & to li'o. Kor U
die' plain clotbc SI on per dozen; lor la
dle fino clothes, 'i'i per dozen; done
dnmptly, and promptly delivered. I'u
trona(;c aollclted S-'H-lra
Alirllon oTHnl I'.tlHle.
I will oiler for snli! on Friday, October
1st, at two p. in! lot (5. in block 4. on tin;
Ohio Levi, between Ki'lilli and Tenth
street, with lioiiii' and all Improvement.
on eatue. The hoiifu is now rentin? for
S33 er iiiontli. The prowrty will he
o!d to the highest bidder. Term- ol
Mlo will be made known on day of -ale.
ThU is a good opportunity for any one
wishing to purclm'e n good buMne's
house and lot. J. H.Skm.i.
Dan llartinati, Auctioneer.
M'oud! Wood! t'onl! Ciinll
I am now nt tny old stand, and pre
pared to deliver wood, full lenj.'lh. or
MWcd and split, and lllg .Muddy, or Mt.
Carbon and DuQiioln coal, to any part of
the city at lowe.-t rates. Leave order
at Couitiicrcliil avenue, corner Tenth.
R-22-2w .Iami-s l'os.
The Vi-ry llett.
.Smith and Hrinkineyer. meicliant
tailors, have Just received their Fall and
Wlntcrstock of good the very best in
the market, which will he soldnt the very
lowest prices. All who deMrea neat lit,
and a durable and beautiful ultof clothes
should call on them. 0-21-2w.
Uit to I.oill llrlerr Tor IMI.NK-
A I'Iiip MoeU.
AVm. Khlcr denrc t li fonn h1 pat
ron and the pu lit) generally, that be ha
now nn band lar.e stock ft Fn ncn and
German al , Kip ami M loi-co, and I pre
pir d to uuiiu iicture. Ir stoie and olllcu
wear, th- linet of Moro i. o or 0 di skin
Shoe', or tl t ; .tnd tur farm rs, draymen
and out do r wear generally , his Fn nch
Kip ttiud above anything ever ottered In
tnli market. His l.si are i thu latest
ntyles an.. h- can guarantee a III nud sati
laition to all hi pal'on. 0 'Ml
tgyi'llnTcr Uvur at Uiorge iattucr'a
Saloon, on Comiujr ial avenue, between
Filth and sixth "trectn.
A tleT nhitpd Nil U SS 1 foil Shuttle Sew
Ini. Mu. lit. ii. ha d (ulano) Ulll'll. Valued at
06. Will brt - Idul ?il)i lc unt, on good
term, audordend duec Horn the lactoiy
FOIt s.V K.
Colored ind m tinted M i a of the c ty of
Caiio at ? J 60 caell (hall piue).
A No.O Wilson shuule Huwlnu Machine
valued at $7a Will be aold at $lb dltcount
and ordered direct in m ibeiucior'.
A eOO Heinlngto i Hawlig Maehin-30
otffo eabli. Suitable (or tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and nn-guod ierm, a Howe
HflWlng cut e aiy no ieen uitnoi om
pany'a office, corner Ninth ttrcet and Com
PIclurt'iQue Aineriu " 4S numners
bnund in 'i volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
Atyl"E," 'lough, Warren ftt'o.'s"
I'M'oil Orga", right 'rora the lartory at D
trolt. Ll.t price, aoo. Will bo void for
A new two-horae Oambl wagon.
For any of tba above mHcUi. appiyut
ib Bvubtim office. Ei A. Bciwarr.
HATCH Of AOVERUftlXM.
C3".M1 1'lllo foradvertlrlnit, arc due and pny
'Iraoalcut adrcttl.dng will be Inserted attlia
rate of 41 W rcr ainiare for the Unit Insertion
and tcntt for each iiletH'iit one. A llhtrnl
Ol-cjiint will U-rai'le onfl.imlln and dl'play
Ijcal noticct, buliii or ollitrwlae, will be
charRnl len cents per line for the flrtt and live
cents fur each additional Insirtion, (coiuitlim
Die liued ami ujiivard) a dlhcount will be made
ancr Ihlnl Insertion.
Church, .Society, t'catlval and Supicr notice
will only lie Intcrted at alvertlmentt.
For Intertlni; funeral notice II 0. Notice of
ineetln of aocletlet or ecrct order W cents for
No adurtUtment will I Itcelved at Iw than
SUNDAY, SEPT. 20, 1875.
l.oenl Wrnlher Report.
Caiho III., .;' it. i,Ier73.
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1I1UMAH .IO.SKa, HerKt. S. S., L U. A.
CAPTURE OF MAJtSHAXL CHAIN.
lie ni .rmrl wltli Two Oiiiin ntiil
Marhhall Craln. accused ol murdering
SI'tiey. was ciptured In roealionta", on
lllack river, in Arkann, on Friday
morning. lX'iuty-SherlIl IJ. F. Lowe
inailu tliu arrest. Craln wa anni d with
two guns and two pitol, and was caught
while aleep in a houe. He It now in
Carbondale In lron.
A. W. Howell, agent of the MI'lMppi
Central railroad, and telegraph operator,
at Fiiiuore City, while engaged In
switching cam yeMcrday, caught
his heel In a "Irog," and falling
aeros the track wan run over
and killed by a train nf cart that was
backing down at the time. The switch
man being f-lck, Mr. Howell was per
forming III duty, and to his inc.erlcnce
in the butlne may be attributed ids f-ad
death. He leaves a wile to mourn his
A t rtrlirlly In 'Mrc.
E. V. WlUon. the celebrated lecturer
and tet medium, will lecture in the Lib
eral I'ldlglou Hall on Sunday, Septem
ber 2C h. at 10:30 o'clock a. m. and 7:30
o'clock p. in., and at the close of each
lecture will giveiHtoni'hlng tcUof clair
voyance, ilcrcrih the spirit tonne of our
departed friend, and give other te.t
marvelous and attractive. Mr. Wilton
N one oftheeloijueut lecturerfiof the day.
and never fall to draw full houses In Xew
York. Cincinnati. St. Loui and other
large eitie.. Come one. come all, and
hear and -e for youelves.
The morning leeturo will l)efreo;2.i
cent admittance will be charged for the
A series of lecture-", under the auspices
ol the Library Association, for the estab
lishment of a public library in Cairo, will
lie held alternated at the Presbyterian,
Methodist and Christian churches. The
following ladles mid gentleman have
Klndlv eons'iited to lertiire.comineneing:
Oct. .-.-Mr. S. I'. Wheeler.
Oct. 12 Mr. W. I!. Smith.
Oct. lO-Kcv. Clin. A. Gilbert.
Oct. 20 Mr. II. Wanlner.
Nov. 2 Prof. O G. Alvonl.
Nov. 0-(Tole filled.)
Nov. IC-Dr. II. Wardner.
Nov. 23 Miss Kate Thompson.
Nov. 2i)-l)r. W. it. Smith. "
Dec. C (To Ikj filled.)
Dee. 13 Hon. Win. II. Green.
Dec. 10 Mrs. ;. :. Alvonl.
U-aC-Ct C C. K. Gos, See'y.
Howe is the het ingcr. He I- a
Large tock clothing to be 'old out
without reserve, at C. Hanny'.
Large btock gents' furnishing good?
at very low prices, at C. Haniiy
Large stock ladies' furnishing good-,
to be sold very cheap at U. Hanny's.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low price, at C. Ilanny'.
Large stock of enrpetc, oil cloths and
matting, nt greatly reduced prices, at U
Miss Swobodu, sister ol Adolph
Swoboda, died at one o'clock yesterday
Phil Saup is now receiving the finest
stock of candles olfercd for sale in Cairo
lteeve, as boifes, "rose up" on Friday
night. He is as good us any profes
slmial. Large etock ol dress goods, merinos,
alpacas, poplins, cashmeres, very cheap,
nt C. Hanny's.
Large stockjol domestic prints, mils
litis, and tickings, at low prices, at C.
Large slock of woolen goods, flan
nels, liueys and sheeting tlatiuels, very
cheap, at C. Hanny's.
The letter-list will be found in
another column by any reader who
hunts fur It.
As "middle man," Mr. William H.
Morris has few equals and no superior.
He is actually immeuse
Yesterday about noon lour or live
drops of rain fell on tVashlngtun avenue
in front of the Bulletin olilce.
Hon. 15. A. Neal. of Miiylleld, Ken
tucky, was in the city yesterday on his
way to attend court at Ulaudville.
Tin. vnmur limn .lutiii OiWnld. In 1111
ncior of i.n nifiin nhlllty. ilu earrli-il hU
partH on Frhhiy night i-xci'lli-ntly wi ll,
Citlro will rt'xrtt thcri'inouil of J. IX.
Cutinihiini, Ks(j., to Mound City, hut
Cairo' loss will he our neighbor's gain,
Burner, the cxteunl vi ilry jrootla man
of Commercial avenue, is home again,
lio bought whilo East an elegant stock of
Miss KaUWchb, who DRibeeu visit-
Ing the Mlses Simons, itt Annn, for the
past two months, returned to her home
in this city yesterday.
The gravel now being put on Sixth
street, between Commercial avcntio nud
the evce, Is said to be the best over used
upon the streets of Cairo.
Mr. Wilson, who is to lecture In Lib
eral Religious Hall, arrived by the Illi
nois Central railroad train yesterday
Hoa, Inlaiit daughter ol -Mr. and
Mrs. Lkmla, died yesterday morning.
The remains were taken to .lonesboro for
Elder Pierce will preach this inorii
Ingnt tho Methodlit church. The llr.-t
quarterly meeting of this station will be
held. Mr. Glllham will preach to-night.
Iter. Mr. Gillham, the new Method.
1st minister, will preach to-diiy. He is,
we arc Inlorined, a very able pr.aclier,
and his sermon are said to contain
Mr. George T. Dearborn, of Lynn,
Massachusetts, a schoolmate of Treaurer
Blake, it now in this city on a visit,
ltlake will make n Cairoltc of Mr. Dear
The business of dyinx Is becomlnjr
very popular outside of Cairo. Almost
everybody In the country around
about our city Is either dead or getting
ready to go Into their cofllns.
The Taylor Literary Club feci elated
over the great success of their minstrel
entertainment Friday night. The net
procecdf realized ft urn the undertaking
foot up an even hundred dollar'.
The theory ol our river correspond
ent about the attack the Mississippi is
making upon the Illinois shore at this
place K we have no doubt, the correct
one. "Walt"' Is up In river matters.
The Ancient On'.crof Hibernians are
to give u grand ball on the ISth of Octo
ber. They are making preparations, and
propose having it excel anything of the
like yet given.
Mr. llyslop. of the Enterprise Sav
ings Hank, w ho hat been absent a long
time, will return within a few days. A
sight of Id tit will be good for sore eyes.
We miss 1,1m nt home.
The .SVoi claes Mr. Jewett Wilcox as
a Republican. This gentleman has as
sured us mire than once that he Is done
with the Republican party. The civil
rights bill r.as too much for Wilcox.
I. It. Cunningham, Esq . will for
mally open the Central House, at Mound
City to-day. He will celebrate the event
with a free lunch at We.-tphal's garden,
near the town. He will continue to drive
back and practice law.
The Taylor Literary Society having
made a great hit in the intellectual busi
ness of negro minstrelsy, now propose to
go up higher" and engage in a tnlnd-de-veloplng
eircus. An order for horses has
already been sent forward.
Tickets to the Lecture Course of the
Library Association, can lie purchased at
the book and drug store3 of the city.
Double soaon tickets, S3; single, $-!.
Price? of admie"lon to one lecture, 25
The f!ie or the city were at the
Allieueuui on Friday night. Thu pres
ence of so large and select an uwdlence
was a great compliment to tho young
men of the Taylor Literary Society, who
nilnstreled on the occasion.
.Judge Bird paed sentence upon but
one man yesterday. The ollcuder was
one James Carroll, who was arrested by
Brown and Sargent for being drunk. He
wa lined two dollars and cost., and sont
over lor three days because he couldn't
Mr. W. W. Thornton will drop
down upon u from Shclbyvllle in Oclo
her. Cairo would be the gainer if
Thornton could be induced to tarry
with us. He iJ one ol the men who take
an Interest in our eity. and are willing
to do something to build It up.
A. Halley will put a lull force of
hands to work to-morrow morning to
remove Ills lnninmotu siock oi stoves
tinware, etc., to hi new store, No. 1U'
Commercial avenue, opposite Winter's
block and next door to the Arab engine
It was Ricks, the preacher, whose
house was destroyed by lire on ! riday
night. All he had In the world was con
sumed, and yesterday he was circulating
a paper asking for subscriptions to aid
him in his misfortunes. He is a healthy
man, and physically able to work.
The general opinion is, that the
City Council" on Friday night at the
Atheiietmi was a Hat failure. In the
"play," tho Mayor Indulged In a torrent
of talk. This is not according to nature.
Mayor Winter, in the actual Council, l
not much of a talker. He's nearly always
silent, except when he says something.
"Mrs. S. J. S.,'Mu a letter to the Fa
dticah llo ald. describes the "Liberal Re
ligious Association" of till- city us "mem
bers of various churches, people who are
members oi no church, .Materialists, In
lldels. Atheists, and Deists; but the
original pillars were and are Spiritual
ists and Infidels." (Julte a mixture
oil, water, vinegar, etc.
D. K. Dill's Inventive Crew is com-
lug on with something new. It Is a can
vass troupe, and will pass through tho
country. It Is said to be second to none
In America for talent or good manage
ment, and gives exhibitions consisting,
tho bills says, "in morality, tragedy and
comedy." I he Inventive Crew is now
in this city, passing through.
One of the trance people named Wil
son, will close Ills eyes in the hall or thu
Liberal Religious Association this morn
ing, and commonplace lor from forty to
sixty minutes. He is, we havo been In
formed, a talker of considerable ability,
spirits or no spirits. A person might,
possibly, gain some information and be
. cmcriaiiicu uy iisicnin m mm.
i A few ilaya no, Ruv. Dr. Thayer,
formerly of this city, was unnouiiml as
one of thu nctoraiu u Centennial tea party
nflalr at Vlnceiines. Ho was to havo acted
Washington to gomo luily 's Mrs. W. ; hut
tho tailor who manufactured tho co
tumes made a suit for Georgo that the
Doctor could not get Into, and Martha
had to K "". Dr. Tuaycr wh
much chngrlucd, but submitted to the
misfortune with Christian resignation,
Tho minstrel performance given by
tho Taylor Literary Club nt the Athe
neiitn on Friday night, Is pronounced by
all as the finest amateur entertainment
ever seen hi this city. The troupe.ln conse
quence of their great success on this oc
casion, will Visit Charleston next Wed
nesday night, and give the citizens of
that place n grand musical and mbistrel
The ladles who will lecture before the
Library Association, ure Mrs. Dr. Smith,
Mrs. Dr. Wardner, Mrs. Fror. Alvord,
Mls Kate Thompson, and probably Mrs.
II. 11. Candec. The last-named lady and
Mrs. J. II. Obcrly have been Invited lo
lecture, butjthey are absent from the
city, and no answer has been yet received
The lecture course of the Library
Association, for the establishment ol a
public library in this city, will com
mence October 5th, next, Mr. S. P.
Wheeler behind the deslj. We do not
know the subject of this gentleman's
proposed discourse, but we knowenou h
of his ability to confidently assert that
he will both instruct nud entertain.
Ills lectures aru always carefully pre
pared, and give evidence that their
author Is a man of much learning and
The young man, James. Cassidy, who
was arrested by OHIcer Sheehan n few
days ngo, on suspicion of being impli
cated in taking a suit of clothes and a
gold watch and chain from u young man
w hile the latter wa In one of the houe
ol ill fame or this city, was up before
Judge Bross yesterday and given a hear
ing. His Honor, Mayor Winter and
another gentleman testilled to the fact
that the accit-ed was with them on the
night the robbery was committed, lrom
twelve until after three o'clock, and as
the theft took place between these hours.
Cassidy was discharged.
We have been liitormed by one of the
Cairo & Vincenues men, that the people
who manage that road do not Intent) to
remove their olllces to Vincenues or to
stop trains at the Incline plane above the
city that no such instructions were re
ceived from New York. If this is so, all
right. But who manufactured the re
port? What was the Intention? If to
scare any person It was a signal failure.
If it was manufactured to injure the busi
ness ol the road, we regret that wc gave
It currency. Certainly the gentlemen
who control the road care nothing- for
the indictment found agalut them.
They will come oil" uninjured by the ac
tion of the grind jury, and they arc not
unaware of this lact.
Our suggestion that the City Coun
cil shall, by ordinance, prohibit the de
struction of any building, outhouse, ten
ement or hereditament by tiro north ot
the third vard has met with opposition.
Some of our citizens, who have hereto
fore been regarded as intelligent, have in
formed us that this cannot be done. They
seem to believe the Council not equal to
the task. But this Is a mistake. The
Council has no doubt of Its ability to do
anything by ordinance, and has at tempted
to do in this way more dlukult thing?
than the stopping of conflagration hi
the city. Be-lde', the objector should
not forget that it I very Inconvenient to
have llres so far up town, and should be
willing to have anything done to stop
TAYLOR LITERARY CLUB.
Kiiterlnliietl the Public on
When the member nf the Taylor Lite
ran- Club made their siitiiiraiiee on the
treet of the city I-riday afternoon, In
tan, inininoii niarK nnis. wnii uu deci
sional lavender kid vi-lble, and cani'
bearing 5iietlv nnd very grotrsriun
head, all the citizens Mnrcd and won
dered, and the inall boys danced jig to
the mii-ie, or stood on their heads and
hand?. It was a proud day for the. club,
and its genial member all looked as mel
ancholy as pos-ible, nnd saluted their
friends wlili cross eyes and (.idc-glnnces.
Couldn't have advertised their entertain
ment better than that, no way. There
didn't .eem to bo any foolUhncss in the
literati ill plug, and there weren't any
unnecessary skirmishing ufter things ev-
uieseent. It was a llrst-class proce.lon
one Milllclcntly mysterious t provoke In
quisitive citizens. Hut n few
green colored programmes told
what a tine time was contemplated at the
.Vtheucutn that night.
Klglit o'clock saw the theater crowded
with all cla'ses of good and clever peo
ple, and the mayor, nud a few of the city
fathers. The gas Jets were not as cheer
ful as gas Jets usually are, but they were
cheerlul enough, and shed a very soft
light down on a critical audience that
had assembled to enjoy a literary treat"
composed of some very sentimental bal
lads, and laughable negro eccentricities.
Fourteen well dressed, and well
blacked members ol the club responded
toa bell, mid a perlorm.iuco of a very su
perior character followed. 1 hu end men.
Mr. J. A; Keeve (bones), and Mr. Lou
jchuckeis (tambourine), were excessively
funny, and uo trace of the nm.uetir could
be discovered In tln-lr composition. Next
to bones was located John Oswald, who
Is the essence, of dry wit and serious rep
artee. To tho right of tambourine, W.
Q. McGheu occasionally forced tho uudl
Mice from Its genteel repose. The great
bouquet ol the circle, the Jolinsou ot tho
party, proved to bo V. H. Morris, nml
much of tho success attending tho open
ing sccno must justly to
attributed to him. "Climbing
the Golden Stair" was well sung by Mr.
J. S. Alsthorpe, who was loudly ap
plauded. N hen Mr. Frank Howo sang,
in clear, niusleal tenor, tho charming
bong, l,Klss mid Forget all the Fust," the
uudleneo seemed as If listening to foot
falls "tinkling on a tufted floor." It wns
really n song that captivated, and tho
chorus, by Iho quartette (Hacker. Morris,
Alsthorpo and Uowe) was tho musical
treat of the cvei.lng. "I'm Caplam ol
the Guards," by Lou SclmokerB, was rcn
dercd in an agreeable style, and wh Ire-
qitently applauded. Wc gave him n week
oir to prepare and execute his Ethiopian
novelties, and if ho is not on hand Mon
day we can put it down toa severe attack
or nitnslroNy. "Softly, Sweetly Whls
per," by N. W. Hacker, met with
many encomium. "Scotch Lassie Jean"
brought Into play nil the suixjrlor vocal
qualities oi W. II. Morris, and gained
for that gentleman many round ol ap
plause. The Ilrt scene closed with the
'Louisiana Tigers," personated by Os
wald, Sehuckers, Norton ntid McGhec.
It was a rollicking military display.
Tho elog dance, by Mr. Lally, gave
satisfaction. Norton and his banjo were
entertaining; and Morris, telling "How
iacobl otiud it Oud," proved Irresist
MeOhee, Oswald, Hawkins, Mllbtirn,
Clay and Hacker kept the house hi a roar
hi the extravagant farce of
"The Black Shoemaker." "Old
Black Joe" showed J. A. Reeve
hi an Interestlnj: role; and "Deaf in a
Horn," by Schucker and Norton, pro
duced much merriment In which the
tormer rendered the "eence" hi u good
style. Then followed a character song
by Alstlmrpe ; and "Othello and Desde
inona," uy uswaui aim -McUeu. A song
by Schuekers, and the entertainment
ended by the "City Council." The
latter was a local lilt, and seemed to In-
much relhiicd by the audience.
Take It as a whole, tho performance
was very creditable to the gentlemen who
figured in It, and we feel certain some of
them di-played qualities in the art of
inlibtreUy of a llattermg character. Wc
do not wish to particularize, but think
that Morris, Oswald and Reeve are no
slouches in the business they undertook.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Pot Olilce at Cairo. Alexander
County, Illinois, Saturdav, Sept. 2.1.
Aldrlck Mary, Bouchet Jennie, Green
Dorah, Garret Jane, Gray Cretla, Hen
dricks Luciiida, Hillion Mary, .lack-on
Mallnd, Jenkins Frances, Kelly Ellen,
Lane Annie. McGulrc Mary, Nassanno
Mary, Purcell E. C, Itoii;h Nora, .Stan
di .Mrs. J., Surgeut Libbie. Wonible W.
., Wallace Martha, Williams 11. 1'.
Bradley C. D., Brolhwill C. It., Berry
Ed., Berry J. A., Bell Thos. IL. Barton
Clilton. Cory F., Craddock Manuel. Cam
eron Samuel, Duueaii henry, Dorsou M..
Day L., Davis W. M., Fltts Cant. J.,
Gregg Robt..OalplnS.iun, Gamble Win,
II Id ley & Hubb.ird. Hubbard Geo..
IlerdG. A., Hlgglns John, Henry John
C, Hubler John, Hayes Jesse, Johnson
Chas., Jones G. W John-oil G. W.,
Jackon O. IL, Jones Rev. T. J.,
Jatne S., Keys Carter, Louder J. O. S,
Marvil John 0 Mason Chas. IL, Mil
ler H. IL, Marks J. W.
Mee Pat, Mauley Tem.MartinT., O'Brien
Wm. II. , Porter, J. G., Pickett J. W
Follard Scott, Richardson. G. L.. Reee
Lee. It ish John, Redbuni Win., Iteasor
Tho., Scott C. O., Southard Sam'l C,
Tyler Geo. W., Taplet Henry, Wilkin
son C. II.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "Advertised."
Gr.o. W. McKhaig, I'. M.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Failueah.
.las. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
City of Chester. Memphis.
" Arkansas Utile, Kvansvlllf.
" Carry V. Koimtz, St. Louis.
Uellu of Memphis, St. LouK
Tow-boat lice and barges, St. Loiil.
Steamer .Ilni FIk, I'ailiienli.
Jas. D. I'arker, Momphl.
" City of CheMer, St. Louis.
" Arkansas Welle. Kvansvllle.
" Hi-He of .Memphis, Memphis.
ItlVKIt AND WIMTIIKII.
The river Just evening was 10 feet 3
inches on the gauge, having fallen -1-3 ot
an Inch during the previous 21 hours.
The weather was cloudy yesterday,
and a light Mniukle of ruin fell during
the forenoon, but not enough to lay tho
Uusliic.ss Is improving.
The Arkansas Uelle brought a light
Tho James 1). Talker reshlpped 150
tons for the lower river and had 200 tons
Freights for tho south have been
coining In pretty lively for the past two
day., and the Ike and barges, Carrie V.
Kouutz and Anchor-liners will get lair
The Mississippi still walks deliber
ately Into the bank back of the city, and
if the Government does not soon do
.something to counteract the evils result
ing from the dam and dyke which It con
structed at Devil's Island our leveo will
soon be In thu river. Will
some of our citizens who arc so apt at en
joining people, please direct their atten
tion to this matter and glvu Uncle Sam
turn? Wo would not udvlso that tho
Duvll's Island works be condemned, for
ih.'V nro vast Improve-
incut to llio ciianuci oi me
.lver at that point, but as they uro ruin
ing our city we would have our citizens
tako immediate steps to prevail, if possl-
hie, upon tho proper government otttclals
to correct tho wrong by building works
for our protection as well as lor the pro
teclion of government property here.
W.MI DEI-.UlTlll.NT, IllVKH IUI-UHT,
Sept. "3, IS73.
t5n'ilner Mcr at George- Latimr's
S.iloou, on Commercial hychuo, bctwem
Fifth and Sixth utreets. U--tf
NOW IS THE TIME!
A Now Method of Making a
"Revolution in the Dry Goods Trade !"
Weaunoimcctn the PiiMIr nf Cnlro om Vicinity tint wo Imvn nwln rMnrnM to Cairo nnd
r.-tmt al our did stand
XTo. 142 A 144 Cottttir oial Avt.
A full, Cumiilcfi ami Well Seleclul ?ttt 0f
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING,
Ladies' ami (,'iiiitterarii'a I'uriil-liliift Coodd, ulicre we will nml nrc now tiri-fnml lo offcr
THE BEST INDUCEMENTS EVER GIVEN BEFORE.
We iroio,c to give In our Dry flood Store to rurh mid every nutumir nnrchmlnB to Iho amount
roHi llollai (,), Jen tinl, ut fullco Oin nlin will l lo ilf.-tni' the future conlMfiirn
htrttotiiie placed In in, Hiirliijr the public Unit our l"il ilPnts will U- iucd to rncilt the s.imc.
Wo Roliclt n call from ono nnd all.
HEILBRON 8c WEIL,
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! TJARIETY! LOW PRICES !
Provisions, Seeds, and other Produce.
Wm. Glenn &. Sons,
08, TO, niul 72 Vine Street. CIXCIXSATI.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several goo J Knrini uml ."t.OM ncrex ol
inlinpr'veil and. in Ali-xamler :oil ty.
U'l tcr lllocn" anil ' Winter ll w.'
, .V l ii',-o number ol dolrublo ItoiUlonc,
ind cvellcnt ',vacant Lot", suitable for
Im I c li- u c and rculenc.
' 11 no on Nl ttcrwli Mrect. lor $50, with
prlTllcye nt leve.' SUSS"'
Winters Ill'ieU 'ulialiln for Hotel Olll-ci-s
r It islnes- roiiui! cheap.
I'enoiiH'iit- numbered I, 7,8 and (, in
Winter'.-Kow, 3 looms each, for $10 ycr
So. 10, (cruet) ii 39-7 lonms.
Tn-U d-sl-alile ilu'ilili I'ottigo on corner
ol Till tC' nth ami Wa-hlng'on.
Kluc iwo "ry In ink on Cnnnncreiat av
enue, between I'entli ami Kleventli tr. ctr,
lib u.lc lor nwel'iu. and KusUcts.
lvo li ni-es on Commercial, below Sixth
uticct. suitable lor Uuslnes IIoues anil
T'vo mat H mses wet of Twcnty-.-ec-
o'id tn ut, near fine, 91 vnclt per month.
1 tvelllu.' dou-H on Twelfth near WhI
iiu , l) n mis, for $1 i per mouth.
Iliiiin n-liousj on Levee, near i:i?hth
stri-e . lor fin per monili.
FOR I.KASiK, Ott SAI.K.
A nuinijer of Lots on Lctce, almro
I'welfth street, outside lire limit. Al-o
a lure number of oilier Lot in dlll'erent
Land-, In traett to ult,neav (Iidrn.
Ten dozen hats Ju:-t received. Job lot
for sale at o.ie-half their value
!)-23-:it O. llAYTinms it Co.
My stock of goods Is ready for lnpcc-
tinn. nnd I am ready and willing to give
attention to tho wants of my patrons. I
will always be pleased to show you any
thing in my stock, give you my price
and not annoy you by trying to sell un
less you are perfectly satiMicd with my
goods and price. A. Manx.
IIimiU anal filKM'N.
,Iut received by O. Haythorn &, Co.,
300 caes boots and shoes for sale whole
sale and retail. Gents' Hue custom shoes,
In new style, just received,
O. HaVTitoii.v iv. Co.
Xollce of Iteiiioval.
C. Koch hns removed his hoot and
shoo shop from tho old stand to ins
new brick building (one block below),
Xo. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, whew hu will
keen tho best homo made ami St. Louis
custom made boots and shoes, made of
tho best material ; good woikniauslilp
and hi the latet styles. All orders
nronintlv attended to. IMKML
We have secured another lot nf those
cheap hats. O. Haytiioun & Co.
J. Burger A Co.
Thu old established dry goods house,
at present at the comer of Ninth street
and Commercial avenue, will remove, on
or about Iho 27th of September, to Un
building formerly occupied by W. 11.
Kockwell & Co.'s book store, now under
going repairs. Look out lor a largo
stock of fresh and seasonable ury gooas.
Nntlco-Kcoii it llvroro ttie People.
Dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes,
fiuecuswiire, hats and caps, jeans, wood
and willow ware, ele., etc., sold cheap
at the New York Store. Largest assort
ed stock in tin) city nt wholesale and
Wc now oiler the nmst complete llnooi
shoes of every ilcci"lptloii that Inn ever
been offered to he Cairo public.
O. Harmons & Co.
8SSavc20 percent, by buying your
shoes of O. HavnioiiX & Co.
""xo the Trade.
rihok-n lino ot cott'ee and sugar at
wholesale nnd retail at New York Store.
144 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
ijA nobby suit can be found at Hell
bron it Weil's. 1 12 & 1 II Commercial av
enue. I'lLSKXKU at Louis Herbert's.
30.000 envelopes, all grades anil price?,
lust received at tlio III li.ktin Job olilce.
4'liiciiiimll Kx'oif Inn,
We have at the I!ci.i.i:iioII1co forsalc
nt n dltcount. wi;)nf thuMadUon Hoihc,
Cincinnati, (.Main, between Front nud
Second) payable In hotel accommoda
tions at the rate of $2 23 pur day. Scrip
Is In orders ot 51 00 each. Apply to
V.. A. liUll.VKTT.
fii55f"XX Woodtoek envelopes at
HUUXTIN olilce. $.1 00 per M.
Well's, 1 12
Clothing, go to Heilbron &
it 1 11 Commercial avenue.
Caly-X Hag toek envelopes at the But.
I.KU.V olllee, $:i 23 per M.
A new Howe and Singer sowing ma
chine. Knqulre at the Iliilletlu otflcc.
K. A. IlUItMVTT.
j ii. i in.
'J'eii tubs eholco Xorthern butter tit
Xew l'ork Store, for city trade.
At thoIIi'M.KTt.v bindei-y IS numbers,
bound in two wihtmes, full gilt nior
rocco; eot $11; for calo at S-10.
Tell pound letter heads, large size, Car-li-le
paper, rated two cents higher than
any oilier paper used in Cairo for print
ing letter head ordinary composition
i only St 30 per Uioiwuul al the Uri.urn.v
Corrertiil Dally by K. M .Stearin, ronitnltslon
mvtclmiit, Mcrvt;iry ut' lite Cairo llord ot
Klour, arcnnllnp to pru'le
Corn, nilxnl, fnckcl
Corn, white, -.ickcd
linui, ht ton
aim, ntruin ilriiil
lluttiT, clioira .Niirtlii-rii
Iliiltcr,rliilr4! .soiitlii-rn III
lOififi, per ilmru
lurkrjii, ir itozin
Ajiplt-s, ihcilci', jier Imrrc!
Aipll-s, I'dlnlllilll, pvr liliricl
l-iiliituvs, kt luirivt
Onions err Uirrel -
..J5 (fXHI M
00-, 3 UO
DlVOlfKS Ii-sully obtained for lucoinpat!
lilllly. clc le-Utcnce nniifce-s.iryt n-vntler
ili-c-re.-. .cMu--il'.o. liox 1017, Clilcmru, III.
In Chancery Master's 8tle.
Sute of Illinois, Alexander County t.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court,
Wllllum M. Allivvton uml John IIoiIkm vs. John
llulilrn Mint Marg.irvt W alluce I'artitlon.
PU11I.IC notice Is hereby clri-n tint In pur-nuiu-eofit
ilcereu ivmleie,! In tlieulniw
i-ntltlitl C4iu5e, In 4ld o'liit nt ttie May term
tlii'icul, v. 1. I7A. I. Julin I), lliiriiwa malr
In chancery of miIiI cuiinly, will on futility
the -.'i-tli tfaiv (icluliir. A. I. I,.i, ul Ilia
iMurol'-'o'ilm-l. p ill ul won iiay. mi ai puu
in. t ..mini,, ui tin- curt hnll.eiloor ill IhecilV of
i.-iilm. in salil i-.uiiile. ti.u rulloniux eM-riii-il
leal I'-itule. Iu-'it: Iho miiiIIi lulrortliu north'
i-ai-t qii nler of n-etlon twenty-teien (,), town--hip
lltn-vn (15), bouth ruiiKv. number two (.')
we.t ut the lllllil prlluiliul luvrlillan In the
County in .Alexander ihih oiaieui iiiiiiok, iu-
teenier amiii uie icueuirnm uuii itemiiiauieiui
then-uiilo U-lonisInK or theieto appertaining
lermiur sail one-nan cun in iiaini uai
anre in one and tw year niual iymenl,
wlili lx percent interest icr annum theruou.
deferred paymenU to be tecmel by iuortgR
on the prope'ty nilil.
Cairo, lIlliiuU, eptcmlcr6lh. 15.
JOHN Q 1IAIIMAS.
taler In ( liaucerV
Mm-pir .V Luiisdeu, Coniplaluauts" bolicitor.
f KESCRIPTION TKEE,
FOU the pmly cure of 8inlul WeukneM.
Lout Manhood aud all dUwnlm brouflit
nu by IndUrretloim or escea. Any tinwi
had Oie liiirmllenta, .
Aililreea, l'r. e. im.io.iw.r
PAIXT ASf OIWI.
Paints, Oils. Varniihef ,
rVall Paper, Window Olau, Wis
dow Shades, fcc.
Alwaya on hand, tbe eelhratd IllusilBatlnc
Oomar Klavanth ShrMt aad Waahkur