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asoalon i.ODGK, NO. 01.
Knlelit of Pythian, meets every VtU
rllow' Hull. J.fo.B
iv ni itm tit nau-aaat
eevrn, In una-
ALEXANDEBjCOtKJIJ, NO W.
TtWP ,vt huffrt (Tn, to Ihflr hall on
.tituwIl Ttnu,Ttwtn Utb and S!Tcntu
ttmW. 21 lrwu, N.U.
CI 110 KKCAMfJiKNT, I. O. O. 1, niNtt
'JaSW'rrUow.' Hull nlh fliJtand tblra
r-cW) Iotiit month, t hlf-ptt;a.
JPO. H. OmkLT, C r.
a CAJtRO LODGE. HO.SiT.A.F. A A M.
1 - llcl'lrwlur MnrnunleatlcsJ taMa
XJT58le IWl. comsr CotnmsrcJU tveau
r ,.i niahth i!rt, envt wer.rt aart
sarin Moeaar death uiotilh .
Everybody to kno that lhe place to get
A M&ootb fhc,
A good nil iu poo,
A fashionable hair-cut,
Or anythnirl i that line, '
li at the Grand Cs7r.AL "ATtDr.n
illip, corner Eighth and Commercial.
j$.tf .T, OKonaa Snumtots.
riLUCHKB nt Ul Hrlrt'.
taTPllncr rUcr at (Jeorgc Lattner'a
Saloon, on Commercial uremic, between
Firth and tdxtb Urcets.
To Ilie ltlen of Cairo.
lWould inlorm my many friends, thst 1
tin ttlll Id the Miction bualnusi, nd ready
to attend to nil sales that may offer. My
long experience In this buslnets needs no
comment-1 I no expulinoot on my part,
and partlea entrusting nood t mj c-rc
need no ho afraid, as I am no "sipilh" or
novice In th i blldueM.
p J, nttcmlon given to realc-tato nd
nul-doir Hide, as I htve never missed mak
ing a ial. I Hahtman, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street nnd Commercial A v.
Ready printed packages or wash lists
enough in each book to Iat two year-,
for W cents each nt the IU'llktin Olllce
Tor the next two day.
A Ho. 1 iJiunrtry.
It li now conceded that Mr-. Coleman,
the Uundrrw. No. U Fourth street, be
tween WAtiilngtin OmniereWt avenues,
hu one of the best conducted laundry 1 1
tabllihmentt m tho city, atid landlord of
hotU and hoarding bouses "III Hud It to
their dvatai;e to call upon her.
ller prices are as follows: Hotel ami
boarding-house washing, 75 cent per
dozen. Foi piece wot): pricer aic
as followi : Single bhlrt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen SOc; sock 6c; two col
lars, 5c; two handkerchlcfi, tc; reets SOc;
and all gentlemen's wear, Mc. per
dozen. Ladles' drcssci, 'io to 00c;
sklrtalO to 20c; drawer! 10 to 10c; two
pair hose Be; two collar! 0 to 10c. For la
dies' plain clothe! ? 1 (X) per dozen; lor la
dle fine clothes, VI 25 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronaKC eollcited e-ai-jm
Ten dozen hats Ju a received, .lob lot
lor eale at one-half tl lr value
0-25-11 O. Havthohn tfcCo.
.tnrttoii ofKnnl Kilalr.
I will Ofler lor ale on Friday, Oetnhir
Ut, at two p. in. lot 0, in block I, on the
Ohio Levee, between Kllitlt slid Tenth
streets, with hoim and all Improvement?
on wtuc. The home is now renting for
$1 per month. Tlic proiwrly will be
sold to tho highest bidder. Teriua ol
sale will be made known on day of sale.
This is a good opportunity for any one
wishing to pttrcliaM a got-d busine-.s
house and lot. .'. U.Skli.a,
Dan Hartman, Auctioneer.
Wood! Wood! I'onl! ton I!
I am now at my old stand, and pre
pared to deliver wood, full length, or
sawed nnd pllt. and nig Muddy, or Mt.
Carbon nnd DuQuoln coal, to any pari of
the city nt lowest rates. Leave orders
at Commercial avenue, corner Tenth.
8- 22-2w J.u: llos.
The Very Beat.
8ojUU and ilriuUineyer, inctvhant
taltors, have juH received their I'nll and
Winter atocJc of (zootls tho very Ik'U in
the market, which will be snldnt the very
lowest prlcca. AH who dcflru a neat tit.
and a durable and beautiful still of clothes
fchould call ou them. !)-l-2w.
Iuln Herbert', for Vtt.nH
A fine Mork.
Wm. KUIcr deitirea to Inform bin pat
ron and the pu lie generally, that he hsi
now on hand a l.mo slock ol Frrncli and
German Call, Kip and M toceo, and Is pre
par'd to manuiacture, lor ftore ami olllce
wear, the linet of Morocco or Ctli sian
.Shoe or li) t.; and for farm ir, dniymr-.n
and out do r wear Keiierully, hit Frrtich
Kip eland', above anythliij,' ovorotlvrcdlii
tnls tniirkct. Hit Lasts ar ol tho latest
hiylcj au't be can guarantee a lit and satis
(action to all his pau on. 0 3-tl
SgyiHlncner lleer at (itore l.altncr's
Saloon, on Coiuuurcinl avenue, netween
Filth and Sixth HttecU.
A. itvr nlatMl No. 9 Wllioa Shuttle Sew
I ncr iti hli.n. hard fnlanid llnldi. valued at
k&. Will bo n.ld at i0 iilbcount, on uood
term, nnd ordered diicutfrom ihu lactory.
FOU A K.
Colored and mounted Maps of the c't y of
uslro at W .v) enuli, (Hall price
A No, 0 Wllsn Shtittlo Suwlns Machine
valued at $"fi Will bo Hold at 15 dlirount
ana oruisreti direct ire m tuniiiciory.
A (90 Remington BowIi r , Maehlue- "0
on forcai.ii. rjuiuute mr tailor or hoot ami
Picturesque Amcrlo 48
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt
- FOlt HALE.
Attjl"E," ClouKh, Warron VTCU's"
Parlor Orifao, right from tho factors; at De
troit. Llt price, f 300. vm bo sold for
new two-horse Oamble wagon.
Fsrant ef tba aborc artlclos, apply at
ATKN r ATKKriMM.
C5All bllli for n'lrcrll j!h. an due ant rV
ible IX AIVAM.
'i'rnniltit (vturtlcldK will It Imcrl at Ui
rale of ft oo perriun- for the Brit lnrtlo
and W utl for eaeti euWqucut one. A literal
Olicoiintwlll UraJc on slimJInit ani)UIplay
Local notiui, binlm, cr oltwrvrlcc, will l
CkertJ ttn ctat! per line fur the 2rt f.ri'tflrc
Ctotl lor tit)j tddltlocal Inttrtlon, (cvmitlne
3re Hnti and uprrJj a dl-wunt wld Iv mV
after third Inttxtloa.
Oiursh, cltj, rftltlTilanJ 3uppl notl.vl
will only IwlMtrt'.J aMTrrtlf oifnti.
rorIntettnj;riiDrat notice l N'oliccof
rotetlnKoriocIMlei or ern onlcn M cnM for
No nilrtlrrnnt will recite J at ILan
THURSDAY, IS KIT. 30, 1876.
(.'Aino, IlL., j.ept.,I7B.
Uam. I Tin. I Wi.-o. I V'tr..
TJIOM Ai JO.VKa, Strcl. rt. fl., L'. H. A.
Tramp are as numerous nscver.
The dun I Womlng Intolerable.
Yesterday whs the most plenum! day
wo liav-i! had during the mouth.
Largo stock clothing to be sold out
without reserve, at U. Hanny's.
Mr. II. 11. (,'uudt and family are ex
pected home next Monday or Tucdny.
Sheriff Irvln Is expected home with
the man DeGrath, of New York, to-day.
The City Council will meet for Its
regular monthly confab on nextTuoday
The new building now occupied by
Hally, the stove ami tin dealer, on Com
mercial avenue, U being nlnted.
Look at the nice gent's suits for
f 0 M, you can buy at Hi ULron A: Well's.
The election to chooe cveral county
ollicer', will come oil on the third day of
A new (ward of Directoiy oflheAI
xandtr County Kan I; Is to take place
oou, I'rei-ldeut llrofs -ays.
Mr.-. SuMe WlliUins a lady in her
ightleth year, say? the Sun. tiled In tills
city Tuesday night. c
The ball ol the Ancient Order of HI-
l)crnlan, on Monday evening, October
18, 1875, tnu?t not be forgotten.
The young folks are miking up nut
ting parties. We understand the hickory
nut and pecan crop- arc very large this
Thu silver Cornet baud accompanied
the Morri- Min-trel troupe to Charles
ton yciterday, and lei thu company In
their street parade.
For lioyfe' clothiirg ol all descriptions
and lowest prices, an to Hellbroii A;
Mr. C. Hitter, of the llrm of C. 6i L.
Hitter, ol Joncsboro, was In the city yes
terday. Mr. Itlttcr was formerly a re.i-
1,'iit of Cairo.
Col. Wineton, formerly ol Cairo, and
who at present reside near New Grand
Chain, H in the city vMtlng his clstcr,
Mr?. Jacob G. Lynch.
Among those who went to Charles
ton yesterday to attend the fair were Mrs.
Metcilt and a lady friend, anil Mr. Math
Warren mid Walter Pettis.
Ueilbron & Weil are felling gentle-
menV hata at astonishing low price, nnd
have a complete line of tlu m.
Nunierou- Improvements have lately
been made on Commercial avenue, which
add much to Its outward apjiearaucc, a
well as to the comfort of the merchants.
The Ohio I.erce for the past week or
more has presented a buiness-liku ap
pearance, and the hearts of all who fre
quent that part of the city are glad.
Don't forget the present ol ten yard-.
calico you can get by buying 57 worth of
lry goods at Ueilbron & W eil'e.
A new sidewalk Is now being put
down in front of the Alexander County
Hank, and Tuber Brothers, the jewelers,
are liavlug llicir .noop ami tioors re
The Ancient Order ol Hibernians arc
to give a grand ball on the 16th of Octo
ber. They are making preparations, and
proposo having it excel anything of tho
like yet given.
-An accession has been made to the
Htrj.Li:Tiv'n brass band and clog-dancing
troupe. We have a young man who am
imitate tho cornet. The fates arc against
us, and we'll have to submit.
Thu Her. 1). Y. George, who has ac
cepted the call of the Presbyteriau
church of this city, s expected here some
tune during this week, and will preach
his tlrst sermon to his new congregation
next Sunday morning.
Ladies' wrappers and nits at very
low rates and newest styles can be lound
at Ueilbron A Well's, 112 and 1 11 Com
Them arc less colored loungers to he
found in Cairo nt present thau for many
days past. Cotton-picking tlmo has
come, and they have all gone South to
coin money, that they may comeback nnd
have a "bully lime" ns long as It lasts
Morris' mlusdrcl troupe left this city
yesterday afternoon forCharleston, where-
they appeared nt Bridges hall last even
ing. The troupe undoubtedly were
grectctl with a lud l'ouso, ns they de
served, and aui'i ' i nd sallsllcd their
A number of r .llnguUhcd railroad
men were In the city yesterday, among
whom were I
II. Fox, chief enguieoi;
J. F. Tucker, general superintendent,
nnd W. K. Ackerman, genernl auditor, of
the Illinois Central road, and A. B. Frost,
general manager of the Now Orleans, t.
Louis & Chicago railroad. 1
t ...i. ,..., , i ;
i.uiKv oiui-n mules iuruiiiiiiKKuuu,t
to bo sold very cheap nt C. Hanny's,
Messrs. Schlesluger, Schub, Herbeit,
HaseDjUfet, KoLlcr, Hebmcker, Elseu
bnrir ft-d Belinor, meroben or fit Cairo
Coacordlft Singing Society, left foster-
I tnJ&r m or& log lot Charleston, wbar
they attended the fair and dtlgmV-d tho
hundreds' of people with their finely exe
Wilson nt Liberal Hall to-night.
Meeting of tho Citizens' AsoclnlIon
Dr. .iennellc, tho popular dentit,
hits returned from n trip to Michigan.
Largo stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low price, nt C. Hmmy'H.
A. Jrfnrx'n clothlag' r-tcro will be
closed to-day on account of the new year.
It will re-open early to-morrow morning,
as usual, for builnev..
Kemenibt r the mcetlna of the Cltl
inV Association In the Council Cham
ber on Friday night. It will be addressed
by A. Comings Kiq.
Frank McFnrlln, the man who be
came grieved at the manner In which the
fcuit IV tpokc of his misfortune, wa
on trial In the circuit court yesterday.
The finest stock of children's cloaks
also caps and bonnets, at lower price-"
than ever, can be found at Ueilbron &
Well's, H2 and 1M Commercial avenue.
The fjnt ball uudor the auspices of
the Ancient Order of Hibernians, will be
frlycn at Bcheel's Hall, Monday evening,
October IS, 187". Tickets, ode dollar.
The ealhuoo?o is doing a very poor
business nt present. Times arc so dull
with Jailor McCarty that ho is said to
have fallen into a state of melancholy.
Mrs. Dr. Casey, of .Mound City, still
sutlers from her paralytic stroke. She has
not recovered the me of iicr right side,
but in olbcr rrsrM'cts her symptoms aro
The weather h getting cool, and the
Milwaukif! and all other kinds ol beer
arc gethig out of date. Something
stronger something that will warm a
fellow up is called for now.
The canvass lor tin County Trensu
rershlp has begun. Already we arc In
formed tlrnt three candidates for the
office are in the field, nnd thatnti oxcltlnir
i are for the place may be looked for.
Mayor Winter, on the tus excursion
yesterday morning, had a lot of "greens"
with him for the ol Mr. Davis of the
Sun ; but Davis remained at home and the
greens ol the Mayor willed.
It is not to lie forgotten that thu
Citizens' Association will meet in the
Council Chamber to hear the report ot
the committee on the School question,
and maybe to discuss the levee business.
I-argo stock of domej-tlc prints, mus
lins, and ticking, at low pri'-c?, at C.
Police business I-. "fast growing no
better.'1 Were it not for the numerous
colored people who go to law for the
most trivial causes, we would .-.eldom be
called upon more than once n week to
chronicle any Item ol news pertaining to
our police courts.
-J. 11. Cunningham, Kmi., now of
Mound City, is so crowded with law
bit'lncss he cannot devote all his mind to
lib hack. He has applied to Mayor
Priganza, of Mr. Cuuulngh.mrti present
place of re-ideuce, to drive his hock for
hltn. We get this information from Mr.
fsproal's oysters have been tested and
have proved to be tlie best that c er came
to this city. Hu will have another ship
ment to arrive Wednesday, n. it)., and on
Saturday, a. m. Thore who can appre
ciate a good oyster will not fall to call at
the time specified. He will not sell an
oyster he cannot warrant a tirst-clats.
Those who were disappointed in the tlrst
lot can depend upon a supply hereafter.
Two wayward colored sisters were
before Judge Uird yesterday for indulg
ing too freely iu abusive language. They
were lined $5 each. One paid and went
her way in eace; the other left the court
room with the chief of police, In search of
friends who would lend her the neceary
amount to pay her Hue.
-Large stock ot dress goods, merino;,
alpaca?, poplins, cashmeres, very cheap,
at C. Hanny's.
The tug Cache left the wharf about
nine o'clock yesterday morning for a trip
up the Mississippi river. Shu had on
board a number of Cairo gentlemen, who
are interested in thu weltaie of our city,
and the government engineer, Mr. Allen,
who Is here for the purpose of Inspecting
the banks of the Mississippi, above thu
city, where the recent wahes have taken
Norma Lynch, a little mUs of six
yean of age, daughter of County Clerk
Lynch, entertained a large number of her
little friends at her home on Walnut
.street last night. Tho occasion was the
sixth birthday of Miss Norma, and the
little hostcs did the honors In the most
entertaiulng yet homelike manner. Her
guests were highly pleased and enjoyed
the party hugely.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. Hanny's.
Again we would kindly Inform the
people ot this city that throwing broken
glassware into the public streets U against
tin ordinances of the city. While walk
ing along several of thu streets yesterday,
must traveled by both mnii and beast, we
noticed In several places pieces ol broken
bottles and lamp chimneys lying in the
road. Those of our people who persist
in this otl'onso hhould bo taught a ieson
by thu authorities.
Large stock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices tC
About 0 o'clock yesterday morning,
while a young negro boy named Jenkins
was riding u horso up Washington
avenue, another negro urchin ran out
into the middle ot the street nnd directly
in front of Jenkins' horse, nnd tuadu such
a noise that the animal became flight
cued, trave a sudden lunxo to one side
and threw his rider upon the ground so
hard that tho breath was completely
knocked out of hltu. Ho was uot seri
ously Injured, however, but was badly
Largo stock of woolen goods, tlan
llnseyu nnd sheeting flannels, very
! cheap, ot C. Hanny'n.
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain
Southern railroad company aro running
r,rj accommodation train, during tho
Chur.oMft tiUr, from thU cltr to Chwlei.
... ..1.1.1. f.t t
ion, ,uv;u kohj '.nu i.i tigni e cio.u
In the morning, arriving nt Charl",ton at
ntue. On the return trip In tho evening,
thu train leaves Charleston at live o'clock,
arriving at Cairo at six. The farn lor the
round trip Is one dollar and elghty-tlvc
ants. The fair now In progress is said
to l)c one of the mot Interesting nnd en
joyable ever held by the nsssoolntlon, and
scorci of people from f alro visit lhe In
The man who aw the eclipse yester
day morning hat not reported at this
See notice of pocket book lost. Who
found It? A liberal reward 1 offered for
Mayor W inter is -tiling, at his old
'.t?nd, fresh oysters warranted to pleae
A number oi our lowtisiH-uph will
attend the Charleston, .Missouri, fair to-
d.iv. This Is the big day over thei e.
Who wants u hargalu In a tt-n-horse
power upright engine? or an upright
holler, or both? U can be toitnd nt the
Hcli.ktin olllce. We have too much
Our local- the literary young man of
tho Bulletin left yeterday about noon
for Charleston, where he personated
'tauiborluo'' In u negro mlnsliel show
last night. Hence these columns, &c.
The candidates for County Treas
urer .ire warming to their woik. At
least several gentlemen su'pectcd of a
dc'lro to obtain that ofllceare now busily
at the work of shaking hands with the
Thu .Mayor has boon abused for
scattering what I called "Paducah Ui
gur"' on the streets, but without reason.
He 1J opposed to the sugar. But the lact
Is, the gravel Is not "sugar," and It has
uot Injurtil our "treets any.
Mr. Dr. Casey K wc have been in
formed and are gratified to be able to
make tho announcement, Improving, and
hopes are now entertained that she will
recover from the trokc of paralysis that
f o nearly deprived her ot lite.
Mr. K. V. Wilson, the Spiritual me
dium, will meet his friends in Liberal
Religious hall to-night. By his friends
we mean all the public who please to
favor him with a call, nnd will listen to
what he has to say to them. No ndtnl
Men fee will be charged.
-Mr. ami Mis. Thomas P. Halliday
are rejoicing over tho birth of a daugh
tertheir first. They hare been Me.-sed
with many boys, and now a girl ? The
young lady,vho-oappen ranee has created
so much joy In the Altlerinaiiic branch of
thellalllday family was born Tuesday
Where U thu "Qui Yive Coterie V
Where Is thu "St. Charles Club':" (we
feci an interest iu thc"St.Charlcs Club.")
Where are the "Thallans:" and
the "Boating CluhV Where Is
Wilcox or any person inter
ested? The season has opened and
no parties have even been miked of or
heard from. A hungry'" Imp would lie
better thau none at all.
Midor Allen, the 'overnnicnt official,
who made an examination of our Mis
sissippi levee anil the river bank above
the levee, will report touts superior, who
will determine what, if anything, is to
lie done to relieve the levee anil river em
bankment Irom th'f etVecu of the current
of ths river. Wc believe somulunz will
grow out ol thl- examination,
Mayor Winter, Walt. McKce and
other dUtlngui-hed citizens accompanied
Major Allen on his Mississippi river bank
examining tug trip yesterday mornln
One of the other distinguished citizen"
was Aidcrmau Ilallidav, nnd the other
was Mr. Peter Cuhl. .Mr. Chas. Thrnpp
and we weru also with the Major, but
Thrupp and we are mode-t citizens.
A correspondent of the .S"i i of the
opinion that our western levee will hu
undermined nnd destroyed, and (hat a
new levee tnu-t be constructed. He says
the Cairo & St. l.ouls railroad company
will not build the new levee; Hint the
trustees of the propel ty will not build It;
that thu government will do nothing to
relieve its, and that, therefore, the city
will have to do thu work. He suggests
a public meeting to take the matter into
consideration and appoint committees to
make estimates of the cost of lhe pro
posed work, etc. We believe n new levee
must be constructed, and that thu matter
should soon bo taken in baud ; but It
nay lie well to await the return of Col.
Taylor from Now York. Hois consult
ing his "people" about this leveo trouble,
and may como back prepared to do what
ever Is necessary to protect the city. Ho
has, every onu will admit, a very large
Interest iu tho subject, and ought to hu
On account of n holiday our store will
be eloed until Friday morning.
J. BnifiKit - Co,
A. Halley has removed to his new
store room, 11 1 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where lie will bo
pleased to sec all his old customer and
as many new ones. D-IlO-tf,
Yesterday, containing two twenty dol
lar hills, a five, tome small bills, and a
note of $U23, drawn at Lancaster, Mr,
$10 reward will he paid for tho return of
thu pocket-book, or If lhe iiolelsreturmd
through the post-olllcu no (picstlons will
lie asked. Address J. P. Scully, nt the
Mouklcr llousc, or Hui.lktix olllce.
BIG INDUCKMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPEUTUWAIT ifc PHILLIPS'.
Uuoli ami SIIk ra.
dust received by O. Haythorn & Co,,
300 cases hoots and shoes for sale whole-
hale and retail. Gents' line- custom shoes,
in new style, Just received,
Q. llAYttionx A' Co.
Xotlce-ltecp It Itcfore Ike People,
Dry good, groceries, boots and shoes,
iiueensware, hnts and caps, jeans, wood
and willow ware, etc., etc., sold cheap
at tho Now York Store. Largest nort
ed ttocX In tho oltr nt vruolemla wid
Aeplember Terat, i7u.-Uoi
The case of .McFnrlln was continued
yesterday. The evidence showed the fol
lowing facts : That De Bantu, on the
night of the larceny was asleep In a board
ing home In the city of Dongoln ; McFar
lln was gambling in n room fituatrd on
the floor nbove DelJaitni ; no, person paw
the prlfouereutcT the room Iu which the
principal prosecuting witness. vr..i asleep
De Bnum nwoke at 1:15 a. m., ju-t ai the
dor.-n train on the L C. R. R. arrived at
Dougola, nnd upon glancing arouud he
ruUsed his watc h, tor which lt paid over
$17, and revolver, which cof him $10.
He started upon u hunt for UU missing
property, look tho down train and soon
arrived nt Cairo. He ascertained nt
K. Lane's saloon that the owner of that
establishment had purchased the watch
from McFaiilu, for thu sum ot $20 ; that
he (Lane) then sent the watch to Taber
Bro's. De Haunt afterwards found his
watch at the place designated by lnc.
Deputy Sheriff Cain secured the revolver
from tho prisoner at John McNultyV
The above Is the evidence for the pros,
The defendant testlllod that he pur
chased the watch and revolver lrom n
person on the train ; that he did not know
the property was stolen at the time hr
Mr. LInegar appeared for the defend
ant and made n very good address iu be.
half of his client. Mr. J. II. Mulkey ami
his son, Mr. Wm. Mulkey, "represented
the People. The fir.-taddrcss, after hear
ing the evidence, was made by Mr. Wm.
Mulkey, the clo-Iug by Mr. J. H. Mul
key. The speech ot Judge Mulkey In
cluded over an hour, and sevral times
he overhauled thu character of the pris
oner iu a thorough manner. At half
past six the court had not adjourned,
as It was waiting for the jury to bring
in a verdict.
Don't t'onrel !
If you want tinware, stores etc.that A.
Halley has changed his place of business
ami can now be found at 114 Commercial
avenue, next iloor to thu Arab engine
house, where ho will bo pleased toste
jou and give yon bargains as of old.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
' City Chester, St. Lout.
Tom Parker, Cln.
Arkansas Belle, Evansyllle.
Belle McmphN, Memphis.
Arlington, N. O.
Gle'ncoe, St. Louis.
" Capitol Citj-, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Leopard, Columbus.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" City che-.ter, Mcmphi-.
Tom Parker. X. O.
" Askansas Belle, Kran-villc.
' Arlington. Cn.
" Glencoc. X. O.
Capitol City, Ylcksbtirg
Tow-boat Leopard, St Louis.
tllVt;n AMI WKATHUIt.
The river last evening was lfl feet 11
Inches on the gauge, having fallen III
Inches during the past twenty-four hours.
Tho weather continues clear and
The Mnry Houton was loaded flat
The Capitol City alao hits a splendid
The Leopard went to Columbus for
a barge of logs.
Thu new packet Tom Parker, passed
The Thompson Dean will be off the
ways at Mound City Iu a lew day.
The Glencoe made some addition
hero and is deeply laden fur tho South.
t'apt. Rinnblo will take thu hull ot
the Belle Leu to .Mound City to-d.iy,
where she will be taken out ou thu ways
to be re-caulked. When he gets the cargo
box built he will have one ot Ihu room
iest wharf-boats south cf Cairo. The
guards are very wide and roomy for stow
ing cotton, and have been substantially
built for service.
'.Vaii DrrAinutNT Uivli' Itci-our,
STATIO:;?. LOW WATCH. 1 '
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e'uiro ir, -t 1
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Uuisvllle -i . 4
.Nashville I I -
St. Loula 1 II u
A series of lectures, under tho auspices
ot the Library Association, for the estab
lishment of n public library In Cairo, will
beheld alternately at the Presbyterian,
Methodist and Chrl-tlau churches. The
following ladles and gentleman have
kindly consented to lecture.coiiimeneing:
Oct. ." Mr. S. P. W heeler.
Oct. 12-Mrs. W. R. Smith.
Oct. ID Rev. Cha-. A. Gilbert.
Oct. 20 Mrs. 11. Wardncr,
Nov. 2-Pror. G. G. Alvoril.
Nov. 0-(To bo tilled.)
Nov.W-Dr. H. Wardner.
Nov. 23 Miss Kato Thompson,
Nov. 29 Dr. W. R. Smith.
Dee. fi-(To ho filled.)
Dee. Ill Hon. Wm. H. Green.
Dec. Ill Mrs, G. G. Alvord.
n-20-fit C. C. H. Goss, Sec'y.
Open. hiuI for Hale.
Scventy-flvn cases of boots ami shoes.
Roots $2 75 to $5 00; shoes $1 00 to
$2 73. nt tho Xer
York Store at whole-
sale and retail.
lOTSavoSO percent, by buying your
Mioes of O. nAYTitortx A Co.
STPlliener Boer at George Lattncr'a
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth arid Sixth streets.
J0X Rag stock envelopes nt the flCL
t.T.m olllce, $3 25 per M.
L7NCH & HOWIEY'S
K.AA. Fiflmta nnliimn
Several good Farino and .1,000 ai re- of
unimproved Lands In Alexander ;otaty.
'Winter's Work" and ' Winter's H iw.
Alarse number ot dc-lrablc Jfesidonc"-.
nJ es::ollont rcant Loti, sultsblc for
bu Inesi boit.es ami r.Meoce.
House on Nineteenth MTert,ur W, nlir.
prlTllcrc ot leae
e( ZZZ,f J
cr, . . m
Tonements numbered 4. 7, S and 0, in
WlnlerV lion-, :. rooms ea.-.b, for f-U, per
No. in, 'cirncr) I2 ,Vs 7 ronm.
i nai uesirnble double Cottgo on f orncr
of Thl leentb and WflKlilagton.
Fine two story brick on Commercial nv
onue, between Tciitli and P.lcvcnth -tr, tl",
Miltslle for l)wthln ami Buslnrss.
Two hou-cs on Commercial, below .Sixth
'reel, suitable for llulnc-.s lloucs and
Two mall llou-i( wct of Twenty-second
-trcet, hear Pine, $4 each per month,
Dwelllnz tioiiso on Tsvclfth. ncsr Wal
nut, C rooms, fur ?li per month.
Business house on Lc, c. tirnr Kluhlh'
trect. lor eio per month,
FOR I.KASL, o,: SAI.I.".
A number of l.ni on f.cvce, aboro
Twelfth street, out-tile fire limits. Al-o
a largo number of other Lot- In dlifcrent
Land), In tracts to suP, near Cairo.
t&' Dr. Sherman, the great Special
ist, "00 North Sixth strict, has gained an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
iu winch he treats all chronic dl-case-.
Sec advertisement for Ills great Syphilitic
P.raillcalor, indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. n-lSMyr.
We have secured another lot of Ihusc
cheap hats. O. Il.w rimnv ,Sr I n.
J NehlmliiBer. Iliitniriln r.
on F.lghth street, between Cnmincivl.il
and Washington avenues Is now pre
pared to make tho-o beautiful new pic
and respectfully Invites thu citizens of
Cairo and the public In general to exnm
tnr ami price his work. They will find
these pictures equal to thu best ot Fa-tern
work, and, what Is still bitter, a great
deal cheaiier than what they are matte
for anywhere hi the United States. They
are within thu reach ot all. Call, look at
and price them before you go anywhere
else. It will pay you to do so. O-lO-tf.
PILSKNKR at Louis Herbert's.
We have at the BuM.r.Ti.Notllee for sale
at a discount, foW of the Madl-on House,
Cincinnati, (Main, lietw ecu Front and
Second) payable Iu hotel accommoda
tions at the rate of $2 2i per day. Scrip
Is In oiiler- ot , ot) each. Apply to
E. A. BntNinv.
We now oiler tho most complete linuot
shoes of every dcseilplloii that ha-over
been offered to thu Cairo public.
O. Haytiioisv - Co.
Ten tubs choice Northern butter
N''v York Store, for city trade
This is a now style of picture now be
ing produced by Wm. Winter, tlienrtfst,
ot thl city. These pictures arc creating
much interest iu nil the principal Hasten
and Western cities, tichig altogether new.
They are unlike photograph-, being
raicd nnd beautifully enameled over thu
entire -virtacc, soft iu tone, hut distinct iu
the !i"ht? and shades. No one who sees
them falls toadmlru them, or to give Ihu
artist an order. Wo have bceil shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen ol the city, and havu no
hesitation in pi'uiiotitiehijr them perfectly
splendid. Wo would therefore advise all
who take interest iu such matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
ids gallery and examine his work iu thl"
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
KiTI'llsener "ecr at George
Saloon, on Commercial avenue,
Fifth and .Sixth streets.
A Hnr Clmiu-e.
The Western Tetinessen Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fouiih.Aiinual
Exhibition on the 20th tuUOth of October.
Inclusive, 1S7.", at which lime there will
bo dally sales of slock, ngileulliiral Im
plements, etc., making It ono of the most
Important meetings ever held Iu thu Stale.
Bring your stock and implements.
Jxo. Y. Kmni, President.
Titos. Claiik, Secretary.
J..Hiirifrr A' Co,
Tho old established dry goods house,
at present at thu corner of Ninth street
and Commercial avenue, will remove, ou
or about thu 27th of September, to the
building formerly occupied by W. B.
Rockwell & Co.V book store, now under
going repairs. Look out for u large
stock or fresh nnd seasonable dry goods,
Ten pound letter heads, largo size1, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents lilgher than
any other paper used iu Cairo for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only 11 5) per thousand nt the Hl'lleti.n
Obstaoles to Marriage.
Happy relief for younuii from tbo ef
fect of'fc'rrora and Abuses In early life, j
Manhood restored. Impedluiepti to Mar
rlago removed. New mothod or treat
ment. New and rciuarkahlo remedies.
Books and tirculaw sent free, In malcd en.
velopea, Addrcw Howard Association,
41)1 N. Ninth St., Pbiladelhla, Pa. -an Imtl
tutloo katlnga Mitb reputalon tit honor
able conduct nod profi's'onal aktll,
ir,or, icHtnjrclUcrni ncrdlng pump-
ln.?.mi,..aBrt,riwnB have it don..
promptly and at mirr. in tili id,, ttiiii j
by calling on ,1. s. Hawking Cross sire bt.
, i naye n man nnd pump cmplovtd all tl o
j time for tho purpose. ' n-irMi.
I l.onl Herbert hn PIlAKMr.K.
.Vollrc r Heiuuvai.
C. Koch ha removed hU loot tit d
shoe 'ihop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block tclo
No. 50 Commercial nventte, betwee .
Fitt'h nnd SUth "strccti, where ho vtl ,
ecP tm ket home mmlf nnd ?f. Lou'
custom made boot ; ati'd 'ahof?, rsc.de ol
' f ln.,l,,e lntc5t st,If"- " ori1"r
' M "1'
At the Bcu.KTiN bindery - W number.,
bound in two volumes, "full gilt mm
locco; cost :"Ut; for salo atS-SO.
A new Howe and Singer sewing ma
chine. Keqiilre nt the Bulletin office.
V.. A. Bt'Il.N'KTI
tejjr-X.Y Wootl toek envelope at tin
Bct.t,r.Ti.v olllce. $.1 (HI per M.
Choice lino or coffee and sugar it
wholesale and retail at New York Stoiv.
CoTXX A tuber and While rag stock
cm dope'. it tlic ltri.t.iTi.v olllce. prltit'il
f:i fin mid 00 per M.
fiO.OOO envelope", all grade and price?,
ust received at the Bn.t.KTt.v ob olllce.
Corrrctcl Unlly liy K. At Strains, cnmmilnii
iiieri-hitnt, .ir tary nf lh,- 'lr ll,iril ol
Flour, nrcoi-linc to annlc t, ui' vi
Corn, mixiil, sark'-l , TJc
Un-n, wliitf, ;iu-,k(,l - nic
Oat-, mil ., aVitstf
Hnwi, 'cr tun Hi 10
Mail, steam ilrk-1 s a (i
Ilutlcr, i lioire llrtllrn j
lliittvr,i-tniii-v southern III t:
y.HK, txrilozt'ii I
eiiiclat.s, in-rilozcn ?3 v- " u
AiiU'K, ilniice, xr 1:mel- S ' 1 -
A ilr., cnminnii, vr liuiul s)l
l'otutOI.-", IKTllUtnl - 91 ' I
Unions iit Irnrnl $.1 i;i
I'lKjii.-ntloiiitbl.r Hie ocot MiitnlNHrt
,nu K of (lie klinl in (list Worlil.'
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