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ASUAIiOK LODGE, NO. 61.
Knight orl'ylhUs, meets every Krl
glit at lialf-past evcn, in Odd-
Jlllll .I.IO. II . MOBHAH,
AI.KXANDBK I.OIH1K, SO. K.
Iniln-.nilml (infer nf Odd-lVl-
. lows. mrriH pvrnr Thursday night
vaBP1 hi halr.ii.itfi i..ti:i.ii. In their liall on
Commercial uremic, httwn-n sixth nml Hcvcnth
strerts, T J Kr.mil! N. O.
GAIHO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. V., meet
in Odd-fellows' Hull on the lint and third
t'ticfl.-i) In every month, ut hair-past vyn.
Jno II Obkiily, 0. I.
tt OAlltOI.OIJOK. NO.'l7,A,F. 4 A. M.
I lol.l n-k'nlxr communications InMa
XJT iiilc Hull, corner Commercial aunue
nnd Eighth ilnvl, (in llic second and
V.irth Monday ofuach month.
Everybody to knov that the place to gel
A smooth shave,
A good sbumpoo,
A fashionable hall-cut,
Or anything 1 that line,
I at l lie UitANb Ckthai, JJAimnn
illiii', corner Eighth nod Commercial.
9 8-lf J. Ur.oitOB Htkikiiouse.
tgrrilifner U er ai Ueon?e Lattner'a
Saloon, on Comroarolal ovenun, between
Klllli and Mxlb streets.
To the 'lllien of miro.
1 would Inlona m) many friends, tint 1
om ettll In the auction hU'lnt-s, and read,
to attend to all ealee that ma offer. My
Ion cxperlci'C lu tills business n eds no
coniment-1 It no expr rltnciit n my pari,
and parties e niri.Hlng (tends t'i mj e-.re
need no beafiald m lam no 'vqull.' or
novice In tb buslnet.
Sip- ci luttoniloiiKlventoreslcstste iid
ouiioor sale-, ni I h vc tie er misted mak
ing a i-ale. D lUfcTMAN, Auctlone r.
Corner liixtb street and Commercial Av.
Heady printed packages of wash lists
enough tu each book to last two year.,
for 60 cents each at tho Bulletin OMee
lor the next two dayi.
DellriotPa,IJtEXEIIMt tonl Her.
A So. 1 I-nundry.
It I now eomtded that Mr?. Coleman,
tho 1 undiera, li I'ouith street, be
tween W nnlnt in A C inin-rcl d avenues,
bin one ol the b it(0 'ducted laundry
UblUhiu-tit n tho city, and Uudlords ol
bote!? and boarding houses l!l Uud It to
their Advantage to call upnn lier
Her print are a follows: Hotel and
bonrdlnK-hoUfP WAhinp, 75 cent"
doitu. Koi piece work prices
at follow,: Single shirt and
ar, 10c; pr dozen c; o:W- oc; two
law, ho; tw. bmdkercbiefi, Do; vots
and all gentlemen' wear. Wc.
doren. Ladles' drcics, 2i to
skirt. 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 10c;
pair hnee Be; two collars 5 to ice. For la
dle' pttiu clothe il iKIprr dozen; (or la
diet line clothe, ?l 25 per dozen; don
drmptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage ollclted S-3'-lm
Ten dozen hats Jmt received, .lob lot
Tor ul nl unw lmlf tlicir value!
9-23-31 O. IIavthokn fc Co.
Anrllon ofHritl Etlatr.
I will otter for wle on Friday, October
Ut. at two p. in. lot 0, in blotk 4, on the
Ohio Lvn.bttweeii Eighth and Tenth
strcetf, with house and all Improvements
on fame. The house is now renting for
$35 per month. Tho property will be
sold to the hlpheet bidder. Terms ol
sale will 1m; niailu known on day of tale.
TliU U a good opportunity for any one
wishing to purchase n good bu'luess
house and lot. J. IJ. Sklla,
Dun Uurtman, Auctioneer.
Woeill WioU! CohH Cool!
I am now nt my old stand, nnd pre
pared to deliver wood, full length, or
sawed nnd apllt, and Dig Muddy, or Mt.
Carbon and DuQuoin coal, to any part of
the city at lowe."t rate. Leave ordw.s
at Commercial avenue, corner Tenth.
8-22-2 w t Taxes ltos.
The Very Beat.
Smith and Urinkmeyer, merchant
tailors, have Just received their rail and
Wintcrstocfc of goods the very best In
the market, which will be fold at Ihe very
lowest prices. All who desire a neat lit.
and a durable nml beautiful biilt of clothes
should call on them. 0-2 1-2 w.
to lMal Herbert' for I'lI.Ni:-
A riue Much.
Wd, Elilcri. dcurex to li form h's pat
ron and the pit lie t'cnemll), that he h
now no baud a lar.e mocIc I nci uiul
German al,KipanuM iocco, and I pre
pr)d to maiiuiucture, lr etoro and oiUcu
wear. ih-llne-t of Morosio or Odi skin
Shoe-or Ut t ; and lur firmT, draymen
andoiu do r wear Kener.dly, hU 1'rctwh
Kip atandt above anything ecrotltrcd lu
toU market. Ills Luis arc of the latent
itylCH an., hi can guarautoo a III and satis
faction to all hl pal-oik. oa-ti
j2TJ'lleDfr Beer at Utorge I.attncr'B
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
ytlth and sixth streets.
A silver plated No.O W l ton Shuttle Sew
im: Machine, haid (piano) tinl-h, valued at
fob. Will ba r Id at e)20 ulso.uot, on food
terms, and ordered direciliom the lactoiy.
rou SA E.
Colored tnd m uuted-MapB of tho city of
calio at 92 B0 uacli (Uaii piKej.
A No.O Wllsn SbutHe Sewlnz Machine
valued at 976 Will bo aolu at fflb discount
and ornurea uireci ire m tuo luciory.
A i?!)0 Remington Sewlig Machine- &r.O
off for dun. Hiiiiaoie tor tailor or boot nnd
Plclurdiqus America" W
bound m J volumes, full gilt
Altyl "E," "iMouirh, Warren &Co.s"
Parlor Ursa , riitht from tho laetorv at De
troit. List price, enoo. WIU be sold fori
A MW two-home OambU waon
Twuf of tb above arilclsi. apply at
)M WdtjuKTW oAvi. R. A. BVItNITT.
R.1TRM or ADVf.lt I INI Jfti.
SyAll bills for ndrcrlliliiKi urc due nnd )iy
'frnntlvnt nderllilng will be Inserted nt th
into of 1 tO iK?rs(imrc fortlio nrat Innrllun
nnd 'J ccnta for each iubieiuent on. A liberal
iUroiititrlll lemudc on standing and display
focal noticen, buslnei or otherwise, will be
chargeil ten cents itr lino for the flret and lire
centa for each additional Insertion, (nitiiillnx
Ave Hues nnd upirardj a dUcount will be made
ntler third Insertion.
Church, .Society, FettUalnnd SupKr notices
tvlll only lie Inserted at odertlicments.
For Inurtlntf Funeral notice l o. Notice of
rnectliifr of societies or sccixt orders M cents for
each Insertion .
No advertleement will I received at lens tbau
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1875.
I.ocnl Wenther Report.
Caiho, III. , Oct.4,1975.
Uaiu I Title. I Wiwd. I Vki.
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I S. W.
T1IOMAH JONK.1, Serrl. . 8., D. H. A.
Good live men cm Hud steady and
paying; employment either in country or
city, by making application to D. 1
Iteiinctt at Howe Sewing Machine Office.
I(. J. Cundifl is in receipt of a car-load
of choice Northern cabbage, which he
will sell cheap. No. 17 Eighth street.
Interest on Drpoalta,
Tlit AUxantl'r County Hank will pay in
ter'tl 'in d(ositt in Ot' wring depart-
Funeral scrvlcea will be held over the
body of Charles Carroll Martin, tblt
morning, ut 10 o'clock, nt the residence
of the late William Martin, on Crots
street. Services will be conducted by the
Ilev. Isaac E. Anderson. The body will be
touvevnl to Villa Itldge for burial, in a
special coach attached to the 3:15 pus'cu
ur tiii.ii, ttic coach returning with the
evening freight train. 1'rlendi of the
iniully ure rerjpectlully invited to attend.
Kdiiok Bii.LKTt.v: In your isue of
Saturday last. I mv a notice of my be
ing over to thcJCharleston, Mlwouri, fair
with my colt Harry Hill ; but I did not
get the premium above all other competi
tor!", as you stated, lor there was a colt
owned by u gentleman in the viclnltv of
CharlcMon, that gut the tlrst premium,
wheru I got thefecoud. and I would like
for you to correct it, for I will have no
honor not belonging to me.
Yours, respectfully, Wm. Eui.kiis.
Ilaf e ball Is on the decline.
We had a beautiful serenade on
Purlin school commenced again yes
We have received a new supply ot
those $0 SJovisluctic suits ; also a tine as
sortment of black suits.
Heiuiro.v & Wi:u
The Epi'copal Sunday-school Is now
held in thu afternoon.
Cairo Encampment, I. O. O. F., will
The Milton-Noble theatrical troupe
is to visit Cairo very soon.
Large stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. liauny's.
Jol. Taylor went to St. Louis yester
day. Levee business.
Sheriff Irvln will send Frank Mc
Farllu to Jnliet this afternoon.
Pat Fitzgerald lias the linest stock of
liquors on hand to be louutl lu Southern
Antonio Longinatti has gone to In
uiauapolls, where ho will go Into busi
ness. Look at tho price of men's hats for
one dullai, at Ileilbron it Well s.
The ice business is growing less dai
ly. Overcoats nnd fires are coming to
The St. Louis fair began yesterday
morning. It will bu well attended by
Business in thu police courts was
more animated yesterday than It has been
for some time past.
rue Alexumler County Bank will
pay Intercut on ilcpoattn la the sav
The city fathers will hold their regu
lar monthly meeting nt thu council cham
The Evansvllle Journal, In a recent
Issue, compliments W. II. Morris and his
minstrel troupo vcryhlghly.
Mr. II. II. Candeo nnd family have
returned after an absence of several
Larirc stock clothing to be ?old out
without reserve, at C. Hanny's.
-S. P. Wheeler will deliver tho tlrst
lecture bcloro tho Woman's Club and
Library Association this evening.
nr. ciiaiiesuaiiigneris Dunning i
Icehouse on his beautiful premises in tho
upper end of town.
Wilson, thu man who hm been talk
lug to the Liberal lleliglous Association,
bas tiken his depart me.
Mr. Neff Is putllng down n brick
sidewalk In Iront of thu Alexander Conn
ty Bank, ou Commercial avenue.
The cheapest place for ladles' wrap
pers and ladles' trimmed hats is Ileil
bron & Well's, 112 KiidHl Commercial
Another week for n present of ten
yards ot calico, to thoso who buy beven
dollar's worth of dry good at Hellbron A
Largo stock ladles' furnishing goods,
to be sold very cheap at O. Houny's.
Jim Phlllls and Irwin Pugan will
leave for St. Louis to-night, where they
will attend tho great fair, and have a "lit
tle fun for tho boys."
It was reported yettorrlay afternoon
that Ernest Peltlt was dead. Though
Mr. Pettlt Is very low, he wa still living
IGrTllK ALEXANDER COUNTY
BANK WILL PAY INTEREST ON
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. The dry goods merchants were un
usually busy yesterday. The stores on
Commercial nveiiuc were crowded dur
ing thu entire forenoon.
A gang of workmen Is now en
gaged In repairing Twenty-Eighth, be
tween Commercial avenue nml thu Illi
nois Central railroad track.
Large stock of domestic print,-, mus
lins, nnd licking?, at low prices, nt C.
What has become of the party that
was tidkedof at the St. Charles? Why
don't some one gel up a party r Every
body wants to go.
Cairo Is not the only place that can
complain of women of bad repute. Anna
has her share of them, and the Union of
that burg Is making quite a noiicubout It.
Every train that leaves this city on
the Illinois Central railroad has passen
gers Iroiu Cairo going to St. Louis to at
tend the great lair, which opened yester
day. Large stock ol dress goods, mcrluos,
alpacas, poplins, cashmeres, very cheap,
at C. Manny's.
Mr. J. E. Fisher, of Chicago, who is
traveling through the country collecting
material for Bradlord's railroad and
steamboat guide, is ut the St. Charles.
There w ill be vocal and Instrumental
music nt Wheeler's lecture to-night.
There will be a grand overture on the
organ, uud a song by n favorite quartette.
The new library for the Presbyterian
Sunday-school has been received, and
was distributed among the scholars of the
school for the first time on Sunday after
noon. Largo stock of carpets, oil cloths and
malting, nt greatly reduced prices, at C.
The members of the Taylor Literary
Club rejoice over thu possesion of one of
Hil- finest book cases in Cairo. It Is the
precent of Col. S. Stnats Taylor to the
Frank Howe left last evening for
Louisville. Kentucky, where he will re
main ScVend days. He will then take a
trip through the South, and return to
Cairo about the middle of November.
The only place where you can lind
a fine asrortment of children's merino
cloaks and bonnets at very low prices, is
llr.ii.DKox & Weil's.
The alarm ot lire sounded ou Sunday
morning, was caused by the burning of a
chimney in the building lately occupied
by Mr. Whltl(ck as a grocery store. Fire
seems to have a spite at this building.
Little Charley Martin, aged four
years, youngest child of the late William
Martin, died yesterday morning about
three o'clock, of what is suppo't'I to
have been dyptheria.
Remember the grand ball ot thu An
cient Order of Hibernians at Sclieel V hall,
on the ISth lust. A good time may be
Notwithstanding the numerous im
provements that have been made upou
the sidewalks of our city, there are many
walks that yet demand thu attention of
the uuthoritlc?, which should be looked
On Sunday inorniug, Captain W. P.
Halllday, while getting out of his buggy,
alter driving home, sprained his ankle so
severely that it is fearttl he will be con
llned to the house for several weeks.
Large stock of woolen goods, flan
nels, linseys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, at C. llanny's.
The congregations at the Methodist
and Presbyterian churches on Sunday
morning and evening were very large.
The Rev. B. Y. George delivered his tlrst
sermon lu tli alatter place of worship
Sunday morning, and all who heard the
sermon sueuk of It as being a tine efJort
Yesterday morning, about 10 o'clock.
wnju W, II. Morris was on his way to
his olllce on the levee, he stepped oil' the
sidewalk near the corner of Sixth street
and the levee and i-pralneU his unkie. He
wub unable to walk, uud was taken to
his home, lu thu upper part of town, by
For a nice suit of children and boys'
clothing ut the lowest rates and best tits,
go to Hellbron & Weil's, 1 12 and 1 II Com
Dan Hartman, who Is about to estab
lish a first-class wholesale uud retail
queenswnreestabllshmenton Sixth street,
between Washington nnd Commercial
avenues, left Sunday afternoon, for New
York city, where he will purchase the
largest stock of goods ot that kind ever
brought to Cairo.
An excitement, such ns generally Is
occasioned by a llrst-class horse fair lu
cities like Cairo, Is wanted here. W ho
will bu tho first to start thu ball rolling,
and make an attempt to organize an as
sociation? There is money as well us
sport In it, and thu men who Invest in a
race meeting cannot fail to profit by it.
Largo stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. llanny's.
Much fuss Is being made by many of
the people ol Cairo about the hard times,
the scarcity of work, etc.. but it few days
ago our engine got out of order and when
wu called upon a popular machinist and
requested him to repair tho same, we wcro
Informed that a larger force of laborers
than usual was employed by htm at
present, but that wc would have to get
along thu Ik'at way wo could, ns they
wero all engaged and could not bu taken
from their work. This does not agree
wol! with the outcries of the croaker. lu
other Instances wo havo witnessed tho
came state of atTalrs, and we are ot tho
opinion that complaining has become
chronic with many, and that they nrc
unhappy unless tney do complain.
Ison Hill, a colored man, was arrest
ed yesterday morning on complaint of a
colored woman named Ro;c Whitney,
who claimed that Ison hud called her n
"nasty," dirty wench," on Sunday. If it
had been any other day than Sunday,
Rose wouldn't havo said a word about It,
but to think of lion's having no more re
spect or reverence for tho holy day than
that, sho couldn't bear It. Besides, she
was tio "nasty, dirty wench," and Ison
had to pay for his "cheek" In calling her
one. But Judgu Ilross, after hearing tho
evidence, camo to the conclusion that
l9on's crime was not sudlclent to Justify
him In lining him. so he let him go, much
to the astonishment of Roe, who couldn't
exactly see how he could conscientiously
permit such n crlmo to go unpunished.
Deputy SlicritY John Sheehan, on
Sunday, arrested u young colored boy
named William Susan, who, from what Is
said of him, must be a regular stunner In
the art of getting away with other peo
ple's property. William Is the sumo
youngster whoso scientifically tapped
tho money drawer lu John B. Plnllis'
commission store some four months
ago, and who, on account of his extreme
youth ho being but eleven years old
was allowed to go free upon returning
tho money. For some liinu past, articles
such ns pieces of brass, copper, etc., have
been missing from various parts of town,
but no clue to the thieves could be found.
Ou Sunday, however, Olllcer Sheehan
cuught William Susan, and now learns
that ho Is the party who some time ago
entered Rennlu's foundry, in company
with another negro boy, who is now ab
sent picking cotton, and took from that
place several articles of value. It turns
out also that the s intu William and his
absent companion have relieved the Illi
nois Central railroad company of various
articles, as they have, also, the' Cairo &
VIncennes railroad company, and that
they have alto visited in their rambles
Hie distillery in the upper part of town,
where they made another haul, w hich was
not ull water. The young man was put
In thu county Jail, nnd will, In all proba
bility, go to the reform school for u tew
On hut Friday night, a disturbance
took place In the saloon of Harry Black
stone, nt Charleston, Missouri, which
ended In the death of a man named
Frank. It seems that Frank, who was u
butcher, and who when sober was a peace
able and good-hearted man, had become
intoxicated and upon entering the saloon
of Blackstone, began to abuse the bar
tender, n young man ol about twenty
one yenrs of age. The bar-tender, whose
name wc could not learn, ordered Frank
to leave thu houe. but he did not seem
dipo.-ed to go, and kept on In hU abuse,
whereupon the bar-keeper struck him,
knocked him down, and while Frank uas
lying on thu Hour kicked him in the side.
Frank then got up, and made
Ms way to a harbor shop, where
he laid down lu a barber chair, uml
as those who were in thu establishment
thought, went to sleep. After he had
been lying in thu chair some time, one
of the men in the shop went to him and
told him to get up; but he did not an
swer, and upon examination It was found
that lie was dead. The bar-keeper was
arrested and placed In jail, nnd though
it is generally believed that he had no In
tendon ot killing Frank, (who was liked
by nil who know him.) vet a stronir feel
ing Is minlfe-tcd against hliu, nll( tbucit-
'zens of Charleston signify their inten
tion to raise money and hire an attorney
to prosecute him. Frank leaves a large
fainllv. who were entirely dependent
upou the proceeds of his labor tor sup
Caiko, III., Monday Kvknino,
October 1, 1S75.
When wo closed our last report (Thurs
day evening), we stated there was a fair
prospect ot rain the following night, but
we arc sorry to chronicle that no rain of
any consequence has yet fallen. The
weather was cloudy Friday, and ft very
light drizzling rain of short duration fell
early lu the morning, but it soon turned
cool, and by evening the clouds had all
dUappeared. Ruin Is needed badly.
Many cisterns in town are dry, and have
been for months, and u good rain to fill
these nnd to lay tho dust, which has be
come a nuisance, would b3 balled with
delight by our people generally.
There Is very little change to note in
the markets. Iho demand for choice
flour Is rowing better, where, for the
past mouth, low grades were most sought
after. Corn Is dull, and the demand for
white Is no better than that for yellow
uud mixed. Meal is hard to sell mo de
mand. Choice butter is In good demand
the supply not equal to It. Eggs are very
scarce, with a brisk deimthd. Choice ap
ples find ready sale, but wu can't say as
much for other qualities. Other articles
tOur friends should bear In mind
that thu prices hero given are usually for
sales from tlrst hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
Dull on medium grades, but a fair de
maud for low. Choice Is looking up,
owing, no doubt, to an Improvement in
business generally. Sales wero 100 bar
rell, various grades, $50 ; 300 barrels,
$4 757; 800 barrels, various grades
Si 607 ; 100 barrels. $5 15 ; 100 barrels,
$4 75 ; 300 barrels medium, $5 357 ; 200
barrels XX $1 75; 500 barrels, $67 50.
The market Is and has been dull, and
sales hard to find, Nit during our round
we learned of the following transactions:
1 car mixed, S15; 2 cars good mixed, $15;
1 car low grade, $13 60
Market dull. Tho demand for whlto
Is very little butter than that for yellow
nnd mixed. Wo note fales of a car3
white, in bulk,ttto"59o; 1 car mixed,
fi8o ; 2 cars mixed, In sacks delivered, C3c;
1 car, 75c.
Very llttlo doing lu this staple ; tho
market Is quiet, and thu demnnd small,
Sales 1 cur Southern Illinois, sucked and
delivered, Me; 1 ear Southern Illinois,
38o; a ears I045c.
Tho transactions In this market, since
our Jan report have mounted to almost
nothing. The only sale wo heard of waa
100 barrels at $3 25.
Very little doing In bran. Wo heard of
1 cur on track held at ?17, but no sale.
Sales ot 200 sacks at $18.
Good butler Is lu demand. Tho sup
ply of choice Northern Is not equal to
the demand. Wc note sules of 10 tubs
good Northern 2728c; 10 tubs medium
Northern 2520c ; 5 tubs common North
ern 23c; 10 palls choice Southern 2fl27c;
Spalls common Southern 23c; 0 pack
ages Southern Illinois 20c.
Very scarce nnd In brisk demand, and
arc now commanding n good price. Wc
note sales of 5 cases 20c ; 200 dozen 10c.
Supply and demanJ equal, and prices
well sustained. Wc note sales of 10 doz
en Spring $2,50; 4 dozen large $3.
Cholse apples are lu demand, but poor
qualities are hard to sell nt any price.
Sales of 10 barrels choice, $2 05 ; 5
barrels common, S2 ; 5 barrels common,
$2 25 ; 5 barrels choice, $3 ; 10 barrels
good, $2 75.
The supply of potatoes is very large.
Wo noto sales of 100 bushels Northern at
35c; 200 bushels Southern, 30c.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
B. II. Cooke, Evansvllle.
' Sllvcrthorne, Evansvllle.
" St. Genevieve. Vlcksburg.
' City Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
" Marv Miller, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
City of Alton, St. Louis.
Jull.i. St. Louis.
Tow-bont Atlantic, New Orleans.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah,
" City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
" B. II. Cooke. Evunsvlllc.
" Sllverthornc, Evansvllle.
Mary Miller, New Orleans.
St. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
City of Alton, New Orleans.
Julia, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Atlantic, St. Louis.
ntvr.ll AND WBATllKR.
The river last evening was 12 feet
8 2-5 Inches on thu gauge, having fallen
12 3-5 Inches during tho previous 18
The weather Is clear with hot day.s
and cold nights.
The Arkansas Belle brought 700 dry
barrels, 100 sacks corn nnd a big trip of
Wc are sorry to learn that Capt. W. P.
Halllday sprained an ankle on Sunday
evening, and Mr. Will Morris met with a
similar accident yesterday morning.
The B. II. Cooke brought 500 barrels
flour, 50 barrels cement mid a fair trip of
Mr. A. L. Rylaud, formerly of tin
Missouri Democrat, is now river editor of
The St. Louis Republican of yesterday
contains thu following :
To-day the following Cincitinatlant
leave tor Put-ln-Bay, to enjoy a season of
uiiiiug: vmt trtiiuKie. ueo. w. ;seare,
Stephen lore, it. W. Dungaii, David
Sltuun. Amos Slntou, Amos Shluklu,
Napoleon Stephens. David Kendall. Tho
new steamer Marv Rell will come to the.
wharf on Modday, lltli lust., to load for
tne lower river.
Louisville. Oct. 3. Steamboats T. T
Hellinan uud Vint Shiukle, local packets
running in lliu Louisville and Henderson
trade, under dill'erent managers, collided
this morning twelve miles below New Al
bany, lud. The llelluiaii Is chartered by
the Louisville and Henderson 1'ucKct
company, uud thu Shinklo was recently
nut In the same u-auu us
an independent packet. Thu Shluklu
was proceeding down stream and thu
Helhuau coining up towards Louisville
when the collision occurred. Pussen
gers of the llcllman state that thu bout
was proceeding up stream In a light fog
when llio pilot on duty perceiveu a uo.it
beuriug down hard upon his own craft
under f ull'steam two hundred feet away.
The pilot of the lielliuun blew
the whistle to stop thu engine
uud, receiving no answer, blew again to
buck the craft. The Shluklu then blew
twice, uud ran across thu bow ot thu
Heilmaii. The bow of thu Heilmau was
lorn oil up to thu capstan. An ugly holu
was torn In thu hulls of both bouts, and
hut tor tobacco hogsheads on the Hell
man that steamer would nave forced her
self clear through the Shiukle.
United States Inspector Meyor was on
board ihe lleilman, witnessed tho collis
ion, and will at o ico investigate thu ut
fair. Walter Cartwrlyht, a negro rous
tabout, while on the bow of the lleilman,
was thrown Into thu river anil drowned.
CHi twright, on seeing tho boat must col
lide, ran to thu how, exclaim
ing, "I want to see this dour, ns I will
be a witness." A letter to him from his
wife was taken on board the lleilman
alter herarrival at Louisville, which read,
"Comu home, Walter; I am tireu nt
being n widow."
Both boats wcro full or passengers, ami
wirn rnns derablv diimiiL'ed. 'I he lleil
man Is now nt Louisville, uud the Shlnkle
Waii Dwabtmbst. Kivsh KaroMT, j
Oct. 4. 1875. i
n. if. rr.
Cairo "ij" -
I'lltsburg Z 0 ?
Cincinnati ' g .
Louisville J - '
Nashville J 10 I
St. Umlt " 86
wotlee or Beuovul.
c. Koch has removed hU boot and 1
shoe shop from tho old stand to liu
new brick building (ono block below),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth mid Sixth streets, where ho will
keep tho best homo made and St. Louis
custom made boots and (hoes, made of
thu bet material j good workmaniUlp
and in tho latest styles,
promptly attended to.
eta ami fihoea.
dust received by O. liny thorn & Co.,
300 cases boots and shoes for sale whole
sale nnd retail; 'Gents' flno custom shoes,
in new Htylo, Just received,
Qi HiYlHOHN A Co.
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved and In Alexander :oui ty.
"Winter's Block" and Wlntar's R nv.''
A taro number ol desirable Residences,
and excellent vacant Lots, suitable for
bu lnet hutbcs and rculdoncct.
House on Nineteenth street, for $50, with
privilege of least
Wlntor's Block Sultabhi for Hotel, offi
ces or Business room cheap.
Tenements numbered A, 7, 8 and 0, In
Winter' Row, 5 rooms each, for 810 per
No. 10, (owner) 412 M 7 rooms.
That des Irable tloublo Cotttge on corner
of Till' teautU and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets,
tuttablo for DweMn and tlusltiesii.
Two houses on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for liuslncss Houses nnd
Two mall Houses west of Twenty-second
street, near Pine, ti each per month.
Dwelling boiiso on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 rooms, for 8 li per mouth.
Business houso on Levee, near Eighth
etroot, tor $20 per month.
FOR LEASE, OK SALE.
A number of Lots on Levee, aboro
Twelfth street, outsldu tire limits. Al-o
a large number of other Lots In different
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
A. Hall"' has removed to his new
storeroom, l ! Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, uud next door to
the Arab engine hutbu, where he will be
pleased to see nil his old customers and
ns many new ones. 0-30-lt.
9 Dr. Sherman, the great Special
ist, 500 North Slxtbttreet, has gained nn
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
lu which hu treats ull chronic diseases.
See advertisement for his great Syphilitic
Eradlealor, indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 0-IS-lyr.
Wu have secured another lot of those
cheap hats. O. Haytiiokn & Co.
J. HcblealnKer, Photographer,
on Eighth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenues, Is now pre
pared to ui'iivi! tho'o beautiful new pic
ami ri.Moct!ully invites tho citizens of
Cairo and the public in general to cxan
tne and price his work. They will find
the e pictures equal to the best ot Eastern
work, and, what Is still better, a great
deal cheaper than what they arc made
for anywhere In the United States, ihey
arc within the reach ot all. Call, look at
and price them before you go anywhere
cUe. It will pay you to do so. 9-lO-tf.
A series of lectures, tinder the auspices
of tho Library Association, for tho estab
lishment of a public library In Cairo, will
be held alternately at the Presbyterian,
Methodist and Christian churches. Tho
following ladles and gentleman have
kindly consented to lecture, commencing :
Oct. 5-Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
Oct. 12 Mrs. W. R. Smith.
Oct. 10 Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert.
Oct. 20 Mrs. 11. Warducr.
Nov. 2 ProC. Q. G. Alvord.
Nov. 0-lTo be filled.)
Nov. 1(1 Dr. II. Wurdner.
Nov. 23 Miss Kute Thompson.
Nov. 29 Dr. W. R. Smith.
Dec. C-lTo bu filled.)
Dec. 13-Hon. Win. II. Green.
Dec. 19 Mrs. O. G. Alvord.
9-20M5t C. C. E. Goss, Scc'y.
Notice Keep It Before the People.
Dry goods, groceries, boots nnd shoes,
quectiswuru. hats and caps, Jeans, wood
and willow ware, eto., etc., sold cheap
ut tho Now York Store. Largest assort
ed stock in the city at wholesale an..
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly nnd nt prices ti suit the times,
by culling on J. S. Hawkins. Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for thu purpose. 9-10-tf.
Lonla Herbert ha PIIMKMKK.
To tho Trade.
Choice lino of coffee and sugar nt
wholesale nnd retail at New York Store.
Rag stock envelopes at the Bul
letin office, $3 25 per M.
IfiySnve 20 per cent, by buying your
shoes of O. Havthoh.v it Co.
UtSTi'llsencr lleer at Uoowe LattnerV
Saloon, n Con mcrcial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
Open and forNnle.
Seventy-five eases of boots and shoes.
Boots S2 70 to $.- 00; shoes $1 00 to
$2 75. at the New York Store at whole
sale and retull. 0-23-10t.
A Bare Chnuce.
Thu Western Tennessee Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on tho 'J6thto30th of October,
inclusive, 1875, ut which time there will
bo dully sale of stock, agricultural lm
pleiii' iito, etc., making It one of tho most
luipoi taut meetings ever held in the Statu.
, stock nnd Implements.
Jno. Y. Kkitu, President.
jstaoles to Marriage.
ro let for young raeu from the el-
Lrois and bu.es in early llfo.
MuitcoJ rolord. Impedimenta to Mar.
1J..3H reniovod New method of treat
aunt. New nnd remarkable remedies.
Rook., and Clr;ul r sent free, In waled en
velopoi. Address Howard Association.
4111 N. MutU St., Pniladoiula, Pa. -an In.tl
tutlou ha hi a bigb reputaion f honor,
able conduct aadpr6fetoaal skill.
This Is a new stylo of picture how
Ing produced by Wm. WlnW, tho nrtlst,
ol this city. These pictures are creatine
much Interest In all tho principal Eatfcm
nnd Western rltJ,u.nRftogvt)or no,T.
Ihey are i nnllko photographs, being
raised nnd beautifully enameled over tlte
entire surface, soft In tone, but distinct In
the lights and shades. No ono whose
them falls toadmlru Ihcin, or to nle tbo
artist anpnler. Wo huVs L-oii shown a
number of pictures of well-known Lilt
uud gentlemen of thu city, nnd have r.t
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wo would therefore advise all
who take Interest in such matters or d-
str picture?, to call upon Mr. Winter nt
his gallery and examine his work in thla
new branch of thu sliadow-cuptlirlng arc.
PILSENER nt Louis Herbert's.
tiflrXX Amber and Whlteig stoe.
envelopes at the But. ttt in office, printed,
$3 50 and $ 00 k.t M.
50,000 envelops, all grades and prices,
Just received nt tho Bulletin ob officii,
Wo now oiler the most complete line of
shoes of every description that has ever
been offered to the Cairo public.
O. Haytiiohn & Co.
Ten tubs choice Northern butter at
New York Store, for city trade.
BIG INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPERTHWAIT .vj PHILLIPS'.
iSTPilsener "ecr at George Lattncr'i
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, bctwnia
Fifth aud Sixth street. 0-8-U
If you want tinware, stoves ctc.that A.
Hiilloy has changed his plao- of business
and can now bu found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Aribenglua
house, where ho will be pleased to sea
vou and give yon bargains us nf old,
At the BuLLV.TiN bindery 48 number?,
bound in two volumes, full gUt mor
roceo; cot $44 ; for sale at $40.
We havu at the Bulletin office for sain
at a discount, scripo( thu Madison Home,
Cincinnati, (Main, between Front nnd
Second) payable In hotel accommoda
tions at the rate of S3 25 per day. Scrii
Is In orders ot 1 00 each. Apply to
V.. A. Buunktt.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducnh, Staawnoetawn, Evant
viUe, LouiaviUe, CinoinBati
and all way landings.
Tlic unrivalled side-wheel steamer
Fowler - -..Master.
Ed. It. Thomas -.Clerk.
Will leave Kranavllllefor Cairo every MONDAY
andlUUUdlMY ut 4 o'clock p. m.
Lcavra Cairo every TUESDAY and JTItlDAY,at
a o'clock ii. m.
The elrrant side-wheel steamer
ncM Howard - -..Master.
Waltbii II. lK-fNUOTOX Clark
Will leave hvansvillo lor Cairo every TUK.i-
UAY and r'ltli'AJ- at 4 o'clock p. in.
Will Wave Cairo every WEDNESDAY and SAT
UllUAl at o'clock p. ii).
'Die elegant sule- wheel steamer
John Gorr tastrr
Mat. William - Clerk.
Unvc.1 Kvansville for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and &ATUUAIIY at S p. m.
Uavi-, udro everj lllUUMDAY and SUNDAY
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
with Urst-claaa steamers for ot. LouU, ilem
lihUurul New Orleans, and at Kvansville with
the E. C. It. it. ftr all point North and East,
and with Ihe Lonl.vllie Alail Steamer fur ali
points on tho Upper Ohio, givluR through re-
cripis ou ireiguia
and Dasscnirer to all iiointa
t or lurinrr iniorruanon apiuy to
SOL. aiLVEU, Vuasengcr Agent.
i. m. rniu.u-3.
U. J UKAJU
Superintendent and Gsneral Vraight Agent,
la Caancsry Kastar'i tate.
shite of Illinois, Alexander County -sa.
In the Alexander County Circuit 1 ourt,
William M. Atherton aud John ilodges vs. John
Ilolden and .Margaret Wallace I'artitlon.
PUBLIC notice Is hereby given tht in pur
suance of a decree rnuered In the above
entitled cauc, in said curt at tha May term
ineieoi, . 11. is;o. i, joiinv. iianuau masiar
lu chnucery of said count, will an Tuesday
the lth day of October, A. O. 175, at the
hour or 1 o'clock u m. or sain nay, sen ai luo-
1 1 v..n.liif n, th p.iiirt hnll-e door In IhecllV or
Cairo, lu said county
v. ti e ruiiotrioir
real eitutc. ro-wit: Iho south half or the norlh;
t' e luiiotriBK iuit
niijr,or.it .,viloii itrenlv-aeven U7). town
hip nllwn (IS), soulb range, number two (
1111.1 r Iho third principal nwridlan In tho
county of Alexander aud slat of Illinois, 10
irvihcr with the tenements and beredilameitts
thereunto belonging or thereto appertaining.
Terms of .ule une-half cash in hand bat
inn; In one aud tw years equal payments,
with six per cent Interest lr annum thereon,
deferred pajmentato be secured by mortgage
nn the property sold.
Cairo, Illinois, September 26th. WJ. .
JuII.N g UAUMAN.
Master In ('haneerv
Lluegar ft Lansden, Complainants' solicitors.
Oorsar Washington At. m 14th t4ret,
OPEN EBOM S TO F.K DAILY.
R. p. STUDLEY it CO.
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