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AHOALOM U)l)OK, NO. 61.
Kiihtht or Pythias, meets every Fri
day night at lislf-inut seven, in Odd-
Klotts' Hull JXO. II . (fosSMA!,
- At.KXANDKU t.ODOK, NO. HI.
k lmlendeiit Order of Odd-Fl-P
low, nwli every Tbumlny night
athalf-ti.sten, In their hall on
Commercial uremic, between sixth and Kcvrntti
streela. T J. Kkbtii, N. O,
CAIUO ENCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. r..wll
InOdd-rrllow IU1I untns Uratiml ItiliJ
IiuikU) In every month, at hsJf-it seven .
J.IO. II. OHKKLYf 0. V.
CAIKO LODGE. NO. 17, A. F. A A.M.
J Hold rtatular communication In Ma
lUT aonlc Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' anl Kljrhlri street, on the uwmd and
nrth MotMar of each month,
Everybody to knov. that iho placo to get
A smooth shae,
A good shampoo,
A fasbloliabla hair-cut,
Or anyth as; i that lino,
It at tbo (Hunt Ckstuai. ItAitiii-.n-lli.r,
comer Eighth and Commercial.
fUJ-tf .1, GF.OIIGE HTMINIIOL'tC.
riLMEar.R nt . Hr-rlirl'.
drPllDtr Beer at George Lattncr's
Saloon, on Roaaacrcla! avenue, i.etween
flttb ar.d hlxtb tieU,
Ts the CHIaetia of Mlro.
I Would Inform my miny friends, tbit I
am ttlll In the miction business, and read)
to attend to all sale that may offer. My
long experience In tula business n ads no
comment I U no txpt rlrnei.t on ruy pari,
and parties entrusting iroods to mj csrc
uted no be afraid a I am no 'vnrlb" or
novice In tli- bulue.
8p.ci 1 intention kIvcu to renlcntate -nd
out'Uoor sale, as I h ivo never mlsed mak
ing a sale. D Hahtma.v, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Av.
Heady printed packages of wash lists
enough in each book to last two year,
for 60 cents each at the Bulletin Olllce
for the nott two days.
ut I-mil llrr.
A So. I a.oulr .
It is now conceded that Mr. Coleman,
the 1 undres, . 1- Fourth street, be
tween W nhiugt m A C m u.tcI l ovenucf ,
h one o: the b it to ducted Uuudry
tabhibm'nts n the city, ai.d liudlord ol
hotel and boarding tjou-e .sill llnd It to
their -Jvai.Uxc to call upon her
Jlcr jrieti are as. follow.: Hotel nnd
boardluKbouo waybill)?, 7ii ccntH
doen. Koi pleco work pncci
.i follow: Slnglo tblrt and
ar, 10'; pr dozen 8- c; sock- re; two
lire, Be; two bmdkercblel, Tic; veits
and all gentlemen's wear, SOc.
iljcn. Ladles' dreeses, ,2.'i to
kin 10 to 30c; drawer 10 to l.'.c;
pair hose fc; two collirf to li'c. Kor l
dies' plain clothe $1 on pr doitn; for la
dle Zoo clotbet, $1 'J.'i per dozen; done
lrmptly, and promptlr delivered. I'a
tronage .'ollclted S-.TI-liu
Ten dozen hat Just reo-lved. -fob lot
Tor ale .it one-half their value
9-25-31 O. Haviiioxk it Co.
A fiction of Kent Elntf.
1 will ofler for wlc on Fridny, October
lit, nt two p, m. lot C, In block 4, on the
Ohio Lfvee, between Elhth ami Tenth
Btreet, with house and all improvements
on name. The home is now renting for
$36 per month. The property will be
sold to the highest bidder. Term1; ot
nab: will be made known on day of pale.
Thl Is ft (rood opiKirtunlty for any one
wlhlng to purchase a pood buMness
house and lot. J. B. rii:Liu,
Dan llartman, Auctioneer.
Wood) Wouilt Con!! f.l!
I am now ut my old tnnd. and pre
pared to deliver wood, full length, or
sawed and rplit. and III? Muddy, or Alt.
Carbon and DuQuoin coal, to any part of
the city at lowest rate.. Leave orders
at Commercial avenue, corner Tenth.
S-22-2w .Tamus Hons.
The. Very Iteitt.
Smith and llrlnkineycr, merchant
tailors, have just received their Fall nnd
Winter slock of toods the very best in
the market, which will be sold nt the very
lowest prices. All who desire a neat lit,
aud a durable and beautiful suit of clothes
should call on them. 9-21-2v.
tin f I.omU
llrriicrt'N for I'll.sr-
A riiif Muck.
Wra. Khlor- deduct to Irform Ii'h pat.
ron- and the pu lie yencrally, that he has
now" I'D hand a lime fioukol t'tuicu and
Oermau al , Kip una M iocco, und li pre
prrd to manuiucture, for toru and otllce
wear, the tinc-t of Moroj. o or O1I1 Skin
Sbocorlii t.; and tor farm th, draymen
and out do r wear generally, hl Frtiuh
Kip tnds abovo anything ever oilired In
tuls market. His 1.hu uro ot the latett
ktylus un.i h' cull gtiurautee a lit and HatU
laition to all hi- patron, 9 U-tt
jTl'llsener iiecr at Gtorno Lattncr'e
.Saloon, on Commjreial avenue, between
Filth and alxtli street.
A silver plated So. U Wl eon Shuttle Sew
Inc Maehii-o, had (piano) CnMi, valued at
fob. Will be r Id at $iQ td'eount, on good
terms, mid ordered direct Horn thu lactoiy.
FOU SAi K.
Colored and m .tinted Maps of the o ty of
viiito at yi no eacn (tun price).
A No. 8 Wilson Shuttle Hewlncr Machine
valued ut 975 Will he sold at 15 discount
and ordered uireot trt m the i uctory.
A $90 Remington Bewii.s Machine- $30
off for each. Suitable for tailor or boot and
'Plcturosquo AmerloV 19 numbers
bound in 'i volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
A styli) "E," "tilougb, Warren & Co.'s"
iarinr Onran. riltht from the factor? at De
troit. List price, 9300. Will be told for
a nun tvn.bnrao Oambla wacou.
For inr of the bovt artlolea. apply at
th HtrtLETISora??. K. A- OUHNRTT,
katem r Anvr.ftiifiixu.
f-All bllla for advertlilnif , are due and pay
able IX ADVANCE.
Trnnlait advertlln will bt Insertvl at tha
rate of 41 W perjuare for the Drt Insertion
nnd "t) ccntH for each ubiuciit one. A HUnl
discount will be made OQitUndlnK nnddlplay
Local nolicci, bilflnnts or ollierwlee, will be
rb.nrgi-1 leu cent per line for the first and fire
tuitsfor enrb additional Insertion, (niullnH
iWc llnti nnd upirard) a discount will bo made
nfler iblrd Insertion.
Church, Society, Vwthnlnii'l Hupper notices
will only be lncrted a advertlseiMnta.
rorlnsertlr.KFuueial notice 91 to. Notice of
meeting of ocletln or iecn t order JO cents for
No advettlf erncnt will be rrceired at lea than
I.arnl Wrnlher HKrf.
Caiiio, ILL., iejit. ',li7S.
CITY JM JJ W .
vr;u.r.auAii i.rT. su, ioo.
THOMAH JONKtf, Strl. S. S.. If. H. A.
The sun will be eellpnd to-dav early
Mr. George E. Lounsbiiry left the
city yesterday afternoon on a bii'lneas
Ihc ferry boat Three States Is dolnjr
a good business. She recently ferried In
one day oyer forty country wagons.
iJimnc's is picking up slowly, much
to the relief aud happiness of our busi
I.nrgi! stock elothhi;; to lie sold out
without reserve, at C. Hanuy's.
- Mr?. Stratum left Cairo Monday for
Charlcton, Mlssoutl, to attend the fair,
which opened there yesterday morning.
Mr. .I.C. Zlmmer. ot the St. Louis,
Iron Mountain aud Southern railroad, has
returned from his trip to Dayton. Ohio.
The Wallace Sisters will come to
Cairo during the winter. They are old
favorites here, nirl will he null patron
lied. Look at the nice scut's suits for
SO CO, you can buy at Hellbron & Well'.
Mr. Ilyslop, ut" the First National
Bank, returned yesterday afternoon,
ufler an absence, Ironi the city ot several
The Morris' Minstrel troupe will
leavo this afternoon for Charleston, Mis
souri, where they will npiear this even
ing at lJridjres' hall.
.Mr. James Stuart, of thu firm ot
Stuait kt White, the Commercial avenue
Ktorvr, left Cairo yesterday afternoon
tor Cincinnati, on bushices.
For boys' cloihlnj; of all descriptions
aud lowest prices, sro to Hellbron &
The Spiritualist, WINon, will meet
hl friends at Frees H.-llulotu ball on
Thutday iilht.aud not char them
anytlilny for the luxury.
The editor of the Cairo Ouzctte is
hllily complimentary of the members ol
the Taylor Literary club. He wants
them to (-tart out on a tour.
Hellbron & Well arc selllnjr gcntle
men'rt hats at n,tonl3hin low prices, and
have a complete line of them.
Jud:e Bross and the enlor editor of
the lUillrttii took a trip Into the country
yesterday morning, to get out of the
dust and enjoy a country dinner.
Keith, the Washington avenue un
dertaker, Is now having a new sidewalk
built in lront of his house, corner of
Washington avenue and Eleventh street.
Don't forget the present ot ten yards
calico you can get by buying $7 worth of
dry goods at Hellbron & Well's.
Mr. Kent and Alderman Hallld iy
went out on a hunt yesterday. Alder
man Halliday is a good shot, so Is Mr.
Kent, but the only thing they expected
to 'klll" was a lunch.
Mr. Wilson, the gentleman who, for
thu past few evenings, has been holding
forth at Liberal Hellglous Hall, has cre
ated finite a sensation among thoe who
have lUtened to bin wondrous words.
Ladle' wrappers and suits at very
low rates and newest styles can be found
at Hellbron Jt Well's, 1J2 and HI Com
The Helen D'Este theatrical company
will pay a week's visit to Cairo very soon.
From exchanges we learn that the com
pany has been thoroughly reorganised.
aud that It is now a llrt class troupe.
M. Bloom, of the firm of Loeb X
Bloom, extensive wholesale liquor deal
ers and tobacco buyers, of Pudueah, and
ex-Vice President of the Gcriuau-Anicri-can
National Bank of that elty, was In
Largo stock ladles' furnishing goods,
to ba sold very cheap at C. Hanny's.
The Charleston, Missouri, fair com
menced yesterday morning. A number
of Cairo people left on tho transfer Ju
nius S. Morgan for that city to attend tho
fair, which will be ono of tho most inter
esting ever held by tho board.
WlUon, the man who is making such
a stir among tho inember3 of thu Liberal
ltellgious association, nnd the people ol
Cairo generally, will como forward nt
Liberal Religious hall agtdn to-morrow
Milton Noble's theatrical company,
which created so big a stir among tho
people and tho newspapers of Springfield
recently.wlll visit Cairo some lime In Oc-
tober. Tho company is composed of
some of the tlnest talent now traveling.
Largo stock cents' furnishing goods
nt very low prices, nt C. Hanny's.
On the fifth of October, eighty eml-
grants will pass throneh Culro, from Al
lendale, aud will tukn the St. Louis, Iron
Mountalu & Southern railroad at this
point lor Texas, where they i;ofortho
purpose of colonizing.
Col. Taylor has picsented the mem
bers of the Taylor Literary Club with an
elegant book case. The present W nn ar
ticle long wished for by tho young men,
but they have Bever lelt able to expeud
Time. Har. The. MTnru. j Vi
Jam. :ri.ST2' t2 Calm
II ' ao.i M r7 - i E. I i
tp.in. M.Uil' 73' I K 1 t
the amount nesessary In tho purchase of
one. They feel highly grateful to Col.
Taylor for his kludness.
It Is a stubborn fact that DupreeV
Elastic Enamel Is thu only preparation
that wilt effectually prevent tin or mend
roofs from leaking alter the rust has taken
hold of them.
ltrgc stock dry goods, without re
serve, nt very low prices, at C. llannyV.
When are the County Commissioners
going to "mend" tho Mound City road ?
Judge Dross, when he handed county
affairs over to them, lelt In their hands
over $.1,000 for the purpose. They haven't
mended the road. What has been done
with the money?
Mr. Allen, a government engineer,
is in the clly. Ho will this morning,
In company with u party or gentlemen
ol this city, take a trip up the Misls-
slppl river, for the purpose of Inspecting
thu banks or th'i stream. The part)
will make thu trip on the tug ''Cache,"
so that a close Inspection ol tho condition
or the banks may bu made.
Large stock ot dress goods, merinos,
alpacas, poplins, cashmeres, very cheap,
at C. Hanny's.
Sheriff Irwin, we are Informed, who
went, to New York for tho purpose of
bringing a man named Do Orath to
C.tlro, who obtained n divorce from his
wife In the Alexander county circuit
court, some three years ago, by foul
menus, has caged the bird, and is now
on M road to this city with him.
Why can't Cairo or Alexander coun
ty organl.e a fair asoelation? None of
Cairo's elster cities or neighboring towns
have the advantages she would have in
making her fulrs successes, and the par
tics who establish such nu organiza
tion hero will realize handsomely from it.
There Is not n town of half her size with
in tllty miles, but w hat has fairs, and our
people should endeavor to be equal with
The finest stock of children's cloak',
also cap? and bonnets, at lower prices
than ever, can In; found nt Hellbron &
Weil's, 1 12 and 1 1 1 Commercial avenue.
One case was all that was tried before
Judge Bird yesterday. R. B. McDon
ongh was arrested by Olllccr Brown nnd
Andy Cain for being drunk and disor
detly. He was lined five dollars and
costs, and sent to the lock-up for four
days. McDonough wa3 found near the
Magenta saloon by the officers, with one
of Ills pantaloons pockets cut out. He
slated before Judge Bird yesterday that
last night, before he became intoxicated,
he had a pocket-book with twenty dol
lars in It, in his pocket, and that he had
been robbed. He says the robbery was
committed while he was asleep on the
sidewalk, near the saloon above named,
but that he has no idea who the robber
Large stock ol domestic print", mus
lins, and tickings, at low price, at C.
The following is considered a good
remedy for chickens nlllicted with chol
era. We arc the owner ol a solitary roos
ter, and therefore prepared ourself to de
fend lilm against the enemy. We do not
wish to retain this In our family for the
benefit of this solitary rooster, and there
fore give it to the public hi general :
"Take pound of prepared mustard and
pound epsom .-alts, and mix well to
gether with n pint of dry meal. Take
two heaping stablespoonfuls of this mix
ture aud mix with a half pint of dry
meal, aud wet with water as ordinary
chicken food, and feed toehlckens. If the
chickens re-fuse to cat, stuff them with It,
and in an hour or two they will be able to
eat themselves." We do not fully under
stand the force of the last line. II the
chicken will be persunded to eat hlm'cll
alter taking a dose ol this remedy, we
think it would be advi-ablu to abandon
Large stock of woolen good-', llan
nels, liney anil sheeting flannels, very
cheap, at C. Hanny's.
On Monday, while the patrons ot the
Planters' House were sitting In the dining
room at dinner, a large stone, nearly the
size ot a goose egg, was thrown from
Fourth street through the window, and
rolled In on the floor. -Mrs. Iluef
ncr, wife of the proprietor of the house,
ran Into the bar room w hero her husband
was at work, aud informed him ot the
matter. He at ones looked to It,
but no trace of tho party who had thrown
thu missile could be found. A few mo
ments afterwards, however, a negro boy
made his appearance in the bar room,
and Informed Mr. Huefner that the party
who had done the throwing was n negro
boy. and that he had been hired to com
mtt the act by a man on Coininerci.il ave
nue, but that he could not tell thu man's
name, Mr. Huefner desires u totay that
If the party whq was put up to throwing
tho stone will come forward, he will
pledge him his word that no action will
be taken against him, but that he will re
ceive a liberal reward, provided the name
of the party who hired him to commit
the act is made known. Mr. Huefner is
determined to bring thu Instigator of the
cowardly deed to grief, without regard
to expense or time.
Large stock of carpet?, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C,
Tho editor of tho Cairo Gazette pays
the following compliment to the Taylor
Literary Club's entertainment on last
Friday night: "The entertainment by
tho Taylor Literary Society, on Friday
evening last, called out a crowded house,
and wo convey but an inadequate idea ol
the result when we say that It was enter
tabling and amusing, even beyond thu
anticipations of the most sanguine sp c
tutor. No professional troupe could have
carried out the programme more
smoothly, for, in that regard, thu enter
tainment was absolutely faultless.
We arc, In forming estimates of such
exhibitions, greatly influenced by
local pride and prejudice; but we
undertake to nay that, had tho house
been filled with strangers, tho society
would havo won the applause that appre
ciative men and women arc always ready
to accord to unquestionable merit. Every
detail of thu performance was well ma
tured, and each Individual member of tho
society eccmed to have proper conecp
tlou of the rolo assigned to him. No ear
was offended by the sing-song, unmodu
lated recitations too often heard upon the
staire. The case nnd naturalness that
marked every stage and fealureof the en
tertainment, told of careful study, and of
u special adaptation of tho talent of the
several nctors for the work that had been
charged to them. There are no pro
nounced "stars" In the society ; but there
is more histrionic ability than can be
found among scores of troupes that havo
traveled lor years, and won more than n
local reputation. Tho society can and
dotjs give an amusing, spirited ami re
cherche entertainment; and might, with
perfect safety, we think, so widen the
Held of Its operations us to embrace nil
the towns and villages of easy nccess to
Died, in this city yesterday, Mrs. Sulo
Williams, in the eightieth year of her
age. Funeral services at her late resi
dence, comer of Cedar and Fifteenth, at
1 o'clock. Special train will leave foot of
Fourteenth street nt 3 o'clock, to convey
tho remains to Villa IUdge. Friends ol
the family Invited to attend.
Hill Another Triumph for Dnpree'n
Read what Dr. P. O. Sehuh, Druggist,
has to say about It .-"Last Spring Mr.
Jas. M. Shaw, agent for Messrs. Pomeroy
& Co., Memphis, Tenn., repaired th.-roof
over my store. It was leaking badly in
fact, I was about to hare a new roof put
on. as I had trled'almost everything and
could not stop tho leaks. It has given
the best of satisfaction, and I can cliecr
tully recommend It to any one that has
leaky roofs to be all the proprleiors el din
for It. PaulG.Schuii."
September Term, 17.1 Hon. 1. J.
There was not much business of Im
portance transacted In thu morning, of
yesterday, except a motion made by J.
H. Mulkey and D. T. Liuegar to set
aside the continuance granted several
weeks ago to .lames K. Lane. Mr. Sha
ver, retained by persons Interested In the
case, made the objection that four or five
important witnes-es for the People were
absent In St. Louis, and that prevented
the case from coining to a trial. The
court overruled the motion.
A very able speech was made by
Judge Green on Monday In th- case ot
the People vs. Safford and Morrill. This
notice was, by mistake, omitted. Judge
Green appeared in the ease on behalf of
Frank McFarlin's trial was com
menced yesterday, but atnjoiirnmcut the
cae had not reached an end.
Npeeinl MerllnR Thereof.
Council CiiAMnr.n. 1
C.uiio. III., Sept. 2.S, IS73.
Present Ills Honor Jlnyor tVlnterand
Aldermen Halliday. Lancaster, Nellis,
Parker, Thistlcwood and Vncittn U.
The Mayor stated the object of the
meeting to Ims for the transaction of gen
The Mayor nominated lor comtnls-lon-ers
to e.-timate tho cost ol counruetnig
and ie-coii?tructlng certain sidewalks
under Ordinance No. 111. Geo. W. Hen-
dricks James Garland and D. J. Galli-
gan, who were continued by the follow
ng votit, vi.:
Ayes Halliday, Lancaster, Nellis,
Parker, TbUtlewood and Vocuin 6.
Lpon motion of Alderman Thistle-
wood the compensation of said eotnmls
sloners Was ilxed at $3 per day. ea:h.
Alderman Nellis ollered the following
resolution, which was, on motion, adopt
ed by the following vote, viz.:
Ayes HallWay, Lancaster, Nellis,
Parker, ThWtlewood S.
Noes Yoeum 1 .
Rttolvtd, That the Street Committee
are hereby authorized to nurcbase one
certain barge-load of crave! from Cant.
Conrad, at a rate not to expend 7.i ner
yard, "'"1 to contract for putting it. ashore,
and on to Commercial avenue, between
i ourteenth and Twentieth streets, at low
Alderman Thistlewood oflered the fol
lowing resolution, which was. on motion,
subpted by thu following vote, viz :
Ayes Hullldav, Lancaster. Parker,
Nellis, Thistlewood and Vocuin 0.
Resolved, That the Street Committee be
authorized to confer with Mr. Fogget,
agent of the Cairo it St. Louis railroad,
aud ascertain what arrangement" can be
made for the improvement of Fourth
street to tli" depot of said road, and be
further authorized to make Mich Im
provements as they may de m necessary.
On motion of Alderman Lancaster thu
Titos. W. Hallidav,
City Clerk, pro tern.
Open iintl 1'or Nnle.
Seventy-live cases of bouts aud shoes.
Roots $3 75 to $: 00 ; shoes 1 00 to
$2 75, at the New York Store at whole
eale and retalh O-23-lOt.
iSrSavo 20 per cent, by buying your
t-hoe. of O. Havtiiobn & Co.
I'ersons liavlnj; cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it dono
promptly and at prices to suit tho times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins. Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all tho
time for the purpose. 0-10-tf.
BIG INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWl'ERTHWAIT & PHILLIPS'.
Bonis ursil ftkaw.
Just received by O. Hay thorn & Co.,
300 cases boots and shoes for salo whole
sale and retail. Gents' line custom shocti,
in new btyle.jun received,
O. llAYTHOKN & CO.
Xoliet-Keeii it lleforo tb People.
Dry goods, groceries, boots nnd shoes,
(jueeusware, hat and, caps, Jeans, wood
nnd willow ware, etc, etc, sold cheap
nt tho New York Store. Largest assort
ed stock In the elty ot wholesale nnd
Steamer ..Mm Flsk, Pnducah.
" Clly Helena, Vlcksburg.
" Ella Hughes, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat (Irnnd Lake, New Orleans.
" Leopard, Metropolis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" City Helena, Vlcksburg.
" Ella Hughes, Mcmphb.
Tow-boat Leopard, St. Loul.
" Grand Lake. New Orleans.
HIVRn AND WKATHKR.
The river last evening was 17 feet on
thegaugc, having fallen 12 Inches during
the past 21 hours.
The weather continue?,
aguish. Another heavy fog
the river yesterday morning.
Tho Indiana will bu wrecked.
Capt. It. W. Dugan Is nt Paducah,
and Is suffering from the chills.
The Mary Houston Is getting all the
freight she will want, and Col. Reardon
will have his barge loaded by the time
the next tow comes out.
The Eckert raised the Florence Lee
and brought her to Pnducah yesterday
afternoon, where she will be taken out
on the ways to-day. The Eckert will ar
rive at this city this afternoon.
.Major Charles J. Allen, United States
Engineer, arrived from St. Louis by the
Narrow-Gatigc road last evening, and Is
stopping at the St. Charles hotel. The
object of Major Allen's visit is to make
nn examination of the depredations which
thu Mississippi Is making back of and
above this city, wijh a view to taking
such steps as will remove tho danger
which now threatens us.
Wah Department Itivr.i' UtroHr, (
?M't as, tt;a.
STATIONS. LOW WATI1I. ""
rr. i. rr. ut.
Cairo "T? r z. ir
I'ituburjc - I 74
Cincinnati s 0 I
Louisville ' X 4
NmhTllle 0 1
.St. Ix, ills 13 4 .. s
tS Dr. Sherman, the great Special-1
1st, f09 North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation in the speedy manner
in which he treats all chronic diseases.
Sec advertisement for hi' great Syphilitic
Kradlealor, indorsed by the mcdienl fa
culty everywhere. 0-18-lyr.
A Risrc Chunce.
The Western Tennessee Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their FourtiAunual
Exhibition on the 2Ctli to.lOth of October,
inclusive, 1875, at which time there will
be dally sales of stock, agricultural im
plements, etc., making It one of the most
important meetings ever held in the State
Rring your stock and implement!).
J.so. V. Klitii, President.
Tiros. Ci.aiik, Secretary.
U-23-W 1 1;
J. NcblcKlMKer, Pbolnm-risphor.
on Elclith street, between Commercial
and Washington avenue, Is now pre
pared to make thoo beautiful new -pic
and rcspecittilly Invites the citizen of
Cairo and the public In general to exam
ine and price his woik. They will llnd
these pictures cental to thelet ot En-tern
work, nnd, what Is still better, i great
deal cheaper than what they are inuiui
for anywhere in the United Sstates. J hey
are within thu reach ot all. Call, look at
rind price them before you go nnywheru
else. It will pay you to do so. U-10-tf.
Wc have at the Rui.i.KTiNoflleo forfait
at a discount, m)i of the Madison House,
Cincinnati, (Main, between Front nnd
Second) payable In hotel accommoda
tions at the rate of $2 25 per day. Scrip
U In orders ot SI 00 each. Apply to
E. A. Rt'lt.NIITT.
This Is a new style of picture- now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
of this city. Theso pictures an; creating
much Interest In all the principal Atsteru
and Western cities, being altogether new.
They are unlike photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surface, soft in tone, but distinct in
the lights and shades. No ono who sees
them falls to admire them, or to give the
artist an order. Wo havo been shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the elty, and have no
hesitation in pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wo would therefore advise all
who take Interest lit such matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter nt
his gallery and examine his work in this
new branch of tho shadow-capturing art.
jQTI'll-ener "ecr at Ocorue Lattner's
Saloon, ou Commercial avenue, between
Fifth anil Sixth streets. U-8-tf
J. Burner V Co,
The old established dry goods house,
at present at the corner of Ninth street
nnd Commercial avenue, will remove, on
or about the 27th of September, to tho
building formerly occupied by W. B.
Rockwell & Co.'s book store, now under
going repairs. Look out for a largo
stock of fresh and Eeasonablo dry goods.
Ten pound letter heads, large size, Cur-1
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper used in Cairo for print
ing letter heads-ordinary composition
only $1 00 per thousand at thu Hullutix
Obstacles to Marriago.
Uappy relief for youns'rneu from tho ef
fect of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riago removed Now method of treat
m ut. Now and remarkable remedies.
Rooks and Clroulnrs sent tree, In sealed en
velopes. Address Howard Association.
410 N. Math St., FbllaiJclbla, Fa.-au lu-ti-tutlon
having n high reputalon tt honor
able conduct and professional skill.
LYNCH ft HOWLET3
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and a ,000 acres ol
unimproved .and In Alexander jout.ty.
"Winter's Block" and ' Winter's How.'
Alra number ol doilrablo Residences,
nd excellent vacant Lot, suitable for
bu lr.cs hnu-es and rc!donrc.
HoUe on Nineteenth street, lor $V), with
privilege of 1cjo
Winter's Block Sultablo fur Hotel, Offi
ces or Dullness rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 0 and 0, in
Winter's Row, f, rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10, (esrncr) 81J 507 rooms.
Tnat desirable double Cottige on corner
ol Thl tecuth ami Watdilng'on.
Fine two story btluk on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Klevcnth strt els,
uitible for Dwelling and ftuslncss.
Two houses on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Business Houses and
Two .null Houses west of Twenty-second
trcet, near Pine, $4 eaeli per mouth.
Dwelling boiiso on Twelfth, near Wnl
ut, 0 room, for $12 per mouth.
Business hous on Levee, ticar Eighth
street, for if 10 per month.
FOR LEASE, OK SALE.
A number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Al-o
a largo number of other Lots In different
Land, in tracts to Mil', near Cairo.
A series or lectures, under tho auspices
ol thu Library Association, for the estab
lishment of a public library In Cairo, will
be held alternately at the Presbyterian,
Methodiu and Christian churches. The
following ladles and gentleman have
kindly consented to lecture. commenc ng:
Oct. 5-Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
Oct. 12-Mrs. W. R. Smith.
Oct. 10 Rev.Cha. A. Ollbert.
Oct. 20 Mrs. II. Wardner.
Nov. 2-Prnf. G. G. Alvord.
Nov. 9-(T be filled.)
Nov. 16-Dr. If. Wardner.
Nov. 23 MIm Kate Thompson.
Nov.29-Dr. W. R. Smith.
Dec. 6-(To bo tilled.)
Dec. 13 Hon. Wm. H. Green.
Dec. 10 Mrs. U. O. Alvord.
0-20-Gt C. C. E. Goss, See'y.
J2fTllscner Beer at Ocorire Laitner's
Saloon. "i Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Slx b streets.
Of the llnest and latest styles in the
clly at A. Mark's.
I'lLSENER at Louis Herbert's.
Fiirnlnhiiiuflooil.! Furnishing- iools!
In tin- way ol Furnl-hlng Goods, I al
ways aim to keep my stock up to the
ctamlai d of excellence, In order to make
It Tin: 1'orui.ut Pi.Acr. to buy every
thing In that line. Tics, Rowi, Cravat',
Scarfs, Suspenders, Glove, Linen nnd
Silk Handkerchiefs, Under-shirts and
Drawers; hi fict nlinost everything
wanted to complete n gentleman's ward
robe, can always bo found at my stoi c,
and can always Ire depended upon as
Unit-class In quality anil style.
9-25-lt. A. Maiix.
Overcoat of all iualltles, oiylcs and
price", to ult your pride and your pock
et nt A. Makk"-.
Mv -lock of goods Is ready for lnpec
tlou, and I am ready and willing to give
attention to thu wants of my patrons. I
will always Imi pleased to show you any
thing In my stock, glvo you my prices
and tuitnnnoy you by trying to sell un
less yon are perfectly satlslled with my
goods and prices. A. M.trix.
Ten tubs choice Northern butter at
New York Store, for city trade.
I.ouii Herbert bnM 1' lI.SF.XF.lt.
illee of Itvniosul.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
shoo shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth street", where ho will
keep tho best homo madu and St. Louis
custom made boots aud shoes, made of
thu best material ; good workmanship
and In the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. t)-2:5-tf.
Wo have secured another lot of those
cheap hats. O. Haytiioh.v & Co.
At thoRULLKTix bindery IS numbers,
bound in two volumes, lull gilt mor
rocco; cost S-ll ; for sale nt S10.
For f isle CUrnp.
A new Howe aud Singer sewing ma
chine. Enquire at tho Bulletin otllce.
E. A. Buhnbtt.
SrX Uag stock envelopes nt the Bui.
I.BTIN olllce, $3 25 per M.
kSvXX Woodstock envelopes at the
UtiLMSTtN ottice. S3 00 per 31.
Wo now oiler tho most complete lineot
thoes of every description that has ever
been oflered to he Cairo public.
O. IlAYTitonx & Co
Choice lino of coffee and sugar nt
wholesale aud retail at New York Store.
jSTXX Amber nnd White rag stock
envelopes attlte Bulletin office, printed,
S3 W) and SI 00 per M.
00,000 enreloties, all grades and prices,
Inst received ut tiro oeiwn
,m by ludlscrerlous or riri
lUA.K. Ir. ft. HILTON 4 CO,
l,ft..s V.W ,
Correctf.1 Dally t,y kTm".,-.,,. - ...
Flour, oceorillnfc.to et...,
Corn, mlxttl, sncknl,...,.,.
Corn, will to, xucUnl..
Ilrnn. ner ton
i Wdil M
- f I1 IS)
Mini, strum ilriexl ,
llutler, rliolce .Northrrn ,.,
Ilutur, choice ftoiitliern II!
Kcks, xr Iozpii......
Aiilefl, choice, per barrel
liilcs, roii'luon, r barrel...
I'otntoc.i, per Immi
Onbns oerlurrcl .i- i..
$1 enga i
' SI 00
Awarded the Highest SCedal at Vlenrtsv.
i li 1 1 mu k en,
501 Broadway, Now Yofk.
(Opp. ltrolltiti Hotel.)
Manufacturer;, Importers dc Scalers la
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