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AHOAI.ON laODOi:, NO, Mi
il day night nt liiilf-i'iwl scten, in IM.l
7 Fellows' Hull .J. no, II, Uoman,
AbK.YANDlllt.l.ODUE. NO Ml.
t. Indeienilent Order or Ddil-Eel-I
, t ta... 'mimIi a.l-nWW 'I lilf Mi I li 1 ..I. .lit
''wMtr nt liiifr.ii'iitt iiiti. Ill llirlr linll ofi
Cninincrclul avenue, hi'twcen islxlh mul Seventh
BIJII'IS. 1 J . fYt.MHI, 11,
OA1IIO KNUAMI'MKNT, I. O. ). (.. iimIi
In Oilil-K. llnws' Hull mi the flrslund tlilnl
liuHu) Itii'Viry month, it I liulf-iut ccit'ii.
ixn ii (iiikiii.v, c. r.
A CAIKllM)UUK,NU.tU7,A.K. A A M.
f.. Hold regular coimiiiuiiculioii In Ma
sonlti Hull, corner Commercial uteniic
' 'anil l.lghlh street, on the second nnd
oiirtli Monday of ei.ch month.
Everybody to kiioe. that ili pHr-o totjet
A Miiooth mi mo,
A good r:iinioo,
A falitntiiihla hutr-cut,
Or nuyth ng i that line,
l Ut tllO (JltANI) jK'IUil llAltliUK-
Sit r, corner Kiglilli ami Coinm rclul.
0 8-tf ,T. UKOItOK STU.NIKIt'SE.
PIl.ttr.Sr.H nt l.oiil llrrlir-rc.'.
1ST Dr. Sherman, Urn great Special-
ht, uOO North Slxih street, has Rallied an
enviable, rcpututltm In tin' speedy manner
In which hu (reals till chronic dlH-at-e.-.
Hw adverlUi.'inetit for his Treat Syphilitic
Eradloator, Indorsed by Ihu medical fa
culty cverywhrro. 9-18-lyr.
This i a ii'.'W Mylo of picture, now be
lli; produced by Win. Winter, theartUt,
nt this city. The-o pictures lire creating
much Interest In nil (he principal i.aslcrn
and Western c;ltlt!f. liclti alto;ilitT new.
They are tinllku photo'raplM. beinjr
raised uml beautifully enameled over the
entile Mirluci', pofi In tone, hut tll-tiiict In
(he lights and tliadi.'". No one who w.i
them fall- totidmlre them, or lo jrlvp the
iirtlf t mi order. Wo have been thoivn :t
tu'iniher of picture of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation in pronouncing (hem petfeetly
(plcndld. Wo would therefore advice all
who lake interest In such matter.' or di
Mro picture-, to call upon Mr. Winter nt
his gallery and examine Ills work in till
new branch of the hadow-capturln;r art.
Ilajr Moek envelopes at (lie IJri.
i.inix olllce, 5:1 25 per M.
Notice of lteniot ill.
(.'. Koch has removed his boot and
i-liof shop from the old Maud (o his
now brick building (one block Im-!ow),
Xo. !K) Conimcrclal avenue, between
Filth and Sixth i-treeK where he will
keep the heu home ninth; and St. Louis
custom made boon and slices, tiindit of
the best material ; ;ooil workmanship
and In the Iatejt style'. All ordure
promptly attended to. U-iU-tf.
To Ilie 4'il(zeil ol' nlri.
I wnuld Inlona tnj tinny friend, that 1
3tii -till In the ni'tloti liil-hi' s-, and rcud
to attend to all talii thit uiaj oiler. My
lonj; uxpviU'i cm in llil Iiuhi iiu't n-eila no
eoiimii'iit I Is nu eX rltnc t -n my jiari,
ami p.irtler entr. ptlii k'oiidi ti in cire
nted no li" ufialit a 1 uia t'o "t'tullj" or
Sp cl 1 atluiidon given to ral estate nd
oui-ionr sale-, as I h ive ncierial'oit niak
in(;nalc. 0 HahtmaX, Anctlonci-r.
Cornor .Sixth ftrrtt and Commercial A v.
Ilettdy printed paekaj;e of wadi IMs
enough in each book to la-t two year,
for Ml ceiiti' each at the Hui.Li:rt.v Ollko
for the next two days.
llcllcioti'...'II.St'.Ni:it..Ht I. ii II N Her.
So. I Laundry.
It U now conctueii that Mf. Colcntan,
thr 1 nii'ie, . . li I'ou lii elreet. lit
twceii A'ilnn,'tio.tC niiii-rcl davenitoi-,
In-one o t'm h tio ditctud laundry
tahl hlil' l.t ti tuu city, ai.d liinllord- ol
botel ami hoarding tiou-vx a ill tlnd It to
their sdvautaijo to call upon Iit
Her 'rici- arc m lollorttt: Hotel and
boanllnn-liou-o wahlng, 75 ccdih per
dozcu. Kot jilcco work pncei uic
as ullow: single f-liirt mid col
nr, 10c; p r dozen 8 c; ock rc; two col
lars, fc; tw lmndkprchiels &c; vet 20c;
nr.d all (;eiitleinen'n 'wear. 80c per
dozen. I.adlo' drepn?, 2.1 to M.-;
l;lrtM to 20c; drawer :0 to IW, two
pair lioe U", two co'lar-Ti to V c. Kur la-dlt-H'
plain clothe-?1 ki per dozen; lor la
dlci lino cloth, $1 2.') per dozen; done
dramptly, and proniptlv delivered, l'a
tranuijo dollelti'd S-3i-lm
iin to l.ouU llerlierfs for I'll.Si:
Xl'.ft. A rine MueK.
Win. Khluf" deniict to li form hf pat
rnnn and tho pu lie Ktncially, that he has
now on hand a lur.o xiockul Knnc'i mid
Herman al , Kip uml 31 iocco. and N pre
purjd to ni'init uctitre. (or fctoro and olllco
wear, ilei llnu-t of Moro-io or Udi skin
Shoe? or t ;aud lur farm -r?, draymen
and out-do r wear emr.dl), hU I'niieli
Kip btuid abovu an.vthliii,' cverollercd In
tuts market. His Una aro oi tliu latest
styles ana he can guaiuntco it lit and s-atU-(mtlou
lo all hU pat'ou. U U-tt
A itllvcr plated No. U I con Shuttle Sew
InL'Maiddi.i), ha d (iiimm) tint h, ulued at
Will hu r Id at iJ20 idsci tint, on youil
term", atidorderid dircottiom ihu lactuiy.
Colnrcd Htid m untod M ips of the c.ty of
i;.ilio at t2 r9 each (hall puce).
KOIt H AIM.
A No.O WIIsdii Shuulo Sawlm; Machine,
valued ut t7.i Will iio solo at 913 tlUcoUlit
ami ordurod direct In m tliu lactory.
A iOO Remington Sowlij; Machine- Jt:iO
off lo. i ash, Suitable lor tailor or hoot and
"PlcluriiS(Uo Aincrici" IS iiumWs
hound in 'i volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
Astyl-K," "rlouu-h, Warren Si Co.'V
I'nr'or Oraa . rUht from tho lurtnry nt l)
troll. M't price, Woo. will ho told for
FOU A 1.15.
A new two-horn) Oambl waon
I Fnmnyof the above nrUeJeF. apply at
thu Uwr.mTiN oft) co, K. A. IiunNKTT,
hatkx or ,ivi:n i ihi.no.
irj-AIl hllU for n-leerli (n, are daoVnTrp iy
Ohio IS AOVANCK
IraiHlen: ndvertlflng Will be Interlnl .it'
r.itf! if I ". ti'(iiHic l'ori..e ilrft u mn
illnoiutil will l.cmailo on aUiihIIhk uikI illii!ay
I.o'4il imlirei, lamlneii or ollierwltc, will lie
i Marxnl len cents per line, for Hie llrat nml live
ruili lor each wHltloh.il Insertion, (oiiiMIiik
live Hiiim mul aprfnid)) a dltrount M be made
alter llilnl liioerllon ,
i C'liuirh, Society, Kcillrnl and Sopikt notlcei
I will only lw Inrertril an udvertlncmeiiH.
Kor lii'crtliiK Funeral notice l to Notlccof
tnevtlnK of (ocielli's or ncrret onleM ccnlii for
.No nilverii'tincnt will lie received at Ic.m Hum
WEDNESDAY, OCTOHKIt (I, lfc7C.
I.oe.il Veiitlicr Hfio
Caiiio, ill. . dtt ,(jS.
Haii. I The. I Wind. I Vj-.u I Wcathkr
Mull I n" I H. ' It.Ieur!
.KI.OU 71 , S. H I Fair.
iJOli 75- ' i. ! 8 'threat
7 ii tn
THOMAS .fi)NI., fcngl. d. S., L'.H. A.
A 'oolL VVllllti'it.
A ood cook anted liiuiieill.ilely at
the I5fi.i.i;Tix olllce.
A .Sabballi-H'hool eonveiitloii will bo
held In Carhondale on (ho 2d, lid ami Ith
of Xovember, for (he tlUtrlct comprising
the sixteen lower counties of the Suite.
Ml liieiidii of (he .Sunday-School caiic
and the imbue generally are Invited to
attend. '1 he good people ol rarbondale
will take pleaniro In making It n pleas
ant a jios-ible (or all guest.
A committee, niipulnt-d by the Kougli
and Heady lire company to dralt resolu
tions reluming to citizens of Cairo the
thank' of (he company lor tliu pre'ent ol
a beautiful silk Hag, prepared the follow
ing: Wiit:iti:.i, Certain ladles and cenrtc-
nieii ol Cairo have pre-ented to this com
pany a beaiitllnl American Ha-'. In token
of their appreciation ol the labors of the
company in ix hall ol the public,
Hri'Atoh That the thanks of tho com
pany are due and are hereby tendered to
tho ladle ami gentlemen who have com
plimented It by nre-elitatlon of a binntl.
till Ihig. and to Mr. and Mrs. I'ink anil
Mr. It. I). Kexlord. the coinmhte that
presented it; that to Mrs. Pink, es
pecially, the thanks of the company aro
leuderetl, in consideration of the liaud--somu
eoniDliuient mid bv her on the oc
casion of the presentation ceremonies on
i,i-i .Monday night.
lletohfd, That thi-company. Hattcred
hv the kind opinion of the people of Cairo,
pledges it-clr to continue tojuerit It. and
to a-.lduously labor to better de-ervo It.
F. M. h'locKn.LTii,
From (be .September report of 15. F.
P.takc, city treasurer, wo make the fol
lowing extract :
Uilawrelu general fund 2,I ,TJ
llalanec In general interest fund 2,.".M I.'
liaiimrein intcittt-lKraring eilywiilt-r
rrdein;illoii fa ill 3 21
linlaueelu gravel ro-.i. loan fund .13;
Fox, llowanl A Co., fund
"ovenlnnvn" 4 " i7
Hond risleii,itionliiiid "oer-
drau'u' ' S7 M
'lonl bnlBtiee In treasury,
Oct. i, . a,7.n it
H,i7J. it, tin.
Ainoaiit cf iiiv order paid
during the imiaia of -ijn... J,jj Si
Amount of liuireii pant on
bond j S.IISW
FuuU collected liy Ilro 31 w
The committee will report to-nlglit,
ami every member is requested to be
pre-ciit at our meeting.
Ciias. i?ciioi:.i:.MKYKii, Svc'y.
Good live men can tlnd steady and
paying employment either in country or
city, by milking application to D. F.
Bennett at Howe Sewing Machine Olllce.
Interest u Ucpusits
The AltxamUr Cuunty Hank n il! ay in
ttiCit on (Icjioiits in the (m' d.part'
Tor Itent-Soiilliei'ii llolel.
Tills eligibly flttiatetl hotel, on Olilo
I.evee. between Sixth and Kiglith streets,
will be rented on very reasonable terms.
For particulars apply to Li:o K1.F.11.
A No. 1 Xew Trading Boat ; counters
and shelving all complete ; 14 feet beam.
Will bu sold at u bargain If called lor
soon. IIt:.sitv Saykhs.
, 05 Ohio I.evee,
lO-C'iw. Caiio, III.
I'lro mill Water.
Wo would Inform our many p itrons,
and the nubile gencrilly, that wo Imvu
removed our stock of groceries damaged
by lire on llie night ol ihu 20th of Sep
tember to the auction houo of Parker &
Axley, 011 Commercial avenue, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets. These
goods will be sold at auction and private
sale lor tho next (en days, tiU'ordtng to
the citizens ol Cairo an opportunity to
purchase groceries cheaper than ever be
fore ollered In this city. Many of Ibeso
goods are new and fresh, and were not
damaged in any respect. Call and ex
amine lor yourselves. Terms ot sale
strictly cash. Hespcctfully,
0. W. Wihtlock it Son,
Clta. S. DeLay, Auctioneer. 10-0-lw
1'lne (ill Clt rn 111 n ami Hteel I'lnte Kit
UI'IIVillKN. I will oiler lor sale at my store on Slxlli
street, near Coiiinifrclal avenue, 011
Thursday evening, Oct. 7th, the lluestas-
sortmenl of Cbromos and Kugtavings
eyer ollered in (his eily. Tliey will be
on ixlilbltlon on Wednesday evening.
Male positive- ami without reserve.
Pin IUiitmav, Auctioneer.
Tho city coiinrU met Inst tnlit.
-Tim tltistl? xeltliijj wiH'erand wit?-
.Mr?. .Miles F. Ollbet t has retiirncd
--No arre.sl.s Were made by die police
foic 011 Monday nighl.
l lie United Sio' s i-'.rld c trl opens
ill thU city this morning.
Mr. i:. C. Face lell Cairo yesterday
aftt moon lor Georgia.
SrTllH ALKXASDKIl COUNT Y
IIANK WILL I AY IMKIIKST ON
DKFOSITS IN TIIK SAVINGS UK
I'AHT.MKNT. II. II. Milbiirn leaves (Ids morning
for St. Louis, to attend the lair.
Harry Walker, nt the Crystal saloon,
sets u delicious luiicli every night.
Fresh oystcre at Winter's oyster,
game and llsti depot, mi Commercial
Tho Ancient Order of Hibernians
will glvo 11 grand ball on the bill ol this
Largo stock ol domestic prints, mus
lins, and tickiugi, nt low price, at C.
sheriff Irvln left yesterday afternoon
with Frank McFarlln, sentenced to the
penitentiary lor one year.
Judge Treat, Hon. J. K. Hill and
Hon. U. I'ope, all ot Springfield, Illinois,
are at the St. Charles hotel.
Mr. .J. I. Vandorsten, a prominent
citizen of Vandalla, is registered nt the
St. Charles hotel.
We aro pleased to Inform our readers
that Krnest I'ettlt, who was not expected
to live on Monday, is Improving.
Large stock ot dress goods, merinos,
alpaca", poplins', cashmeres, very cheap,
at C. Manny's.
We hear that the Turners are to give
a grand ball nud supper soon, In their
Mr. .1. W. Stuart, of the llrm of Stu
nt t & White, grocers, has returned from
A slight rain fell yesterday altcrnoon,
ami at dark the Indications were that
more would follow during the night.
The llrst lecture under die auspices
of the Woman's Club and Library Asso
ciation was delivered lat night.
Large stock gents' furnishing goods
nt very low prices, at C. Hanny's.
A parly to be given on board the
steamer Kckcrt by the Cairo Boating As
sociation, is die next thing 011 the pro
Neither of our police magistrates
were crowded with business in the police
line ycterday. There was nothing done
by either of them.
-Large stock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
We received a call from Mr. 1!. 1!.
Catron, city editor of the Memphis Ava
lanche, lie Is en route to Ids home lit
The frame building at the crncr of
Ligbth street and Washington avenue is
being repaired. When done It will be
occupied by Kocblcr's meat market.
-The monument in the National Cem
etery at Mound City Is now dally visited
by people from this city, all of whom
speak highly of the beauty of tho truc-
The only place where you can Hud
line as-ortnietit of children's merino
cloaks and ' -is at verv low p-Iccs. Is
a-- .c. mid t.'l
. .11 flintllil
' V, i;,.t. , . .;, ., ,
pot, where the .no iceeivul 1. .1 dally.
Anothir in w brick sidewalk, to ex
tend from Seventh to Eighth street, on
Wa-iiington avenue. Is now being built,
much to the joy of the people residing in
Hcincmber the grand ball ot the An
cient Order of Hibernians at Sclicel's had,
on the IStli In;t. A good time may be
.loo 1'obarts, editor of the .Jack-on
County Era and the Carhondale Southern
lllinoisan, was III the city yesterday. Ho
called upon the Uui.lkiin.
IM. Buder, ot the 111 111 of Buder
Brothers, jewelers 01 this city, who has
been absent for several weeks on 11 busi
ness trip, returned yesterday morning.
Look at the price ot men's lints for
one dollar, nt Hcllbron & Well's.
Mrs. E. A. Burnett was called to
Charleston, Mo yesterday by telegram
announcing the dangerous Illness of ex
Mayor James, her brother-in-law.
About a thousand boys, more or less,
congregate on the vacant lot in thu rear
ot the UtiLLKTiN establishment dally, and
play base ball, ami make the air hideous
Willi their yells nud whoops.
A meeting of (he members of the
Taylor Literary Club will be held at their
club room, this evening. All thu mem
bers of the organization are requested to
Large stock of woolen goods, llan
ncls, liuseys nud sheeting Hauiiels, very
cheap, atC. Hanny's.
riiilmont Caldwell, the eolored niaii
who died in this city on Monday morn
ing, was buried yesterday afternoon by
the Colored Odd-Fellows, who turned
out lu full regalia to attend the funeral.
The Alrxiuiilrr County Hank will
iny liitereht 011 ilrnoNltN lu llie niiv
Largo stock clothing to bo sold out
without reserve, at C. Hanny's.
Chief of Police Gosstnan lias tho
city well in hand, nud the police forcu is
having 1111 easy tlmo of It. They don't
run any risk of having their heads
knocked off now-a-days. There nru 110
For a nice suit ol children and boys'
clothing at the lowest rates ami best tits,
go to Hellbron & Well's, 112 and 1 1 1 Com
William Siuait, the youthful tlll-tap-per
arrested by Officer Shceliau 011 Sun
day, thinks his fate is hard Indeed, and
spends tho most of his time In his cell at
the county Jail In weeping bitter tears of
grief and remorse.
Largo stock ladles' furnishing goods,
to bo sold very cheap ut C. Hanny's.
For thu past week Phil Saup hut
been at work improving his candy fac
tory, by replacing hi old furnace with a
new one, building a new addition to the
factory,nnd re-setllng llie cooling moiim.
Ho Is now ready to fill the largest order,,
Wo hnvo received a new sunulv ot
, those 5 oyi-asjinctte stilts; also n tine n-
I soi tihcnt of black Milt.
I ' Ili.tuiitox & Wi;ti..
I Mr. unit Mrs. E. M. Siearns of this
' city, left yesterday alicrnoou for St. Louis
to attend the fair. The principal object
or Mrs, Htearns- vilt to St. Louis, how
ever, is to meet her brother, Mr. John
Ilohinson, of California, who is now in
j that city.
Mr. J. Wagley Hill, who scuta num.
ber of tine oil paintings from this olty re
cently lo (he northern pari of the State,
has had bad luck. In hiking the pictures
from the train, the box hi which they
were packed was. thrown over, mid th
frames on every painting badly broken.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. Hanny's.
One week from to-night, (he Liberal
Ilellgioiis Association will open (heir
course of winter sociables. This news
will no doubt bo hailed with Joy by all,
as thu gatherings of last winter afforded
much enjoyment. A good strhig band
w ill be secured to furnish music for the
dancers, nnd 11 Jolly time is assured those
Mrs. Granger's Phonographie Insti
tute Is now open every evening, ami a
splendid opportunity Is offered Hiomj
vihu have 11 desire to learn the art ol
bort-hand writing. Mrs. Granger was
one or the noted Pittinan's pupIN, mid Is
thoroughly conversant with his system.
Phouonrapliie Institute is lu Phillips'
building, corner of Fourteenth slrectuntl
At the regular monthly meeting of
llie linngh and Heady Fire Company on
Monday night, the organization was pre
sented with a beautirui silk Hag by the
ladle of Cairo. The presentation speech
was made by Mrs. Pink, who was an
swered by Mr. Oberly 011 behalf of the
company. The flag is n beautirui one,
and the members of the Hough and
Heady company feel very proud ot it.
Another week for a present of ten
yards ol calico, lo (hose who buy seven
dollar's worth of drvgood at Hellbron &
We have been requested several times
within die past few days to eall the atten
tion of the police force, through the col
umns of the Bullktix, to the noise nnd
hub-bub kept up every night near the
comer ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. As regular as the night comes,
a number of boys congregate at this place,
and make It very unpleasant for passers
by, as well as the bu-lness men of die
neighborhood, and it Is die desire of both
that the police look to the matter.
A party of negroes, who left tills city
about two weeks ago for tho South,
where they went to pick cotton, returned
yesterday, to the suiprl-eoftheirfricud.--,
having lctt word upon their
departure that they would remain ab
sent for some mouths. Upon being asked
what brought them back so sonn, one of
ine party, who seemed to be tfio spokes
man, remarked. "Do wedderam so berry
wa'ui, dat do Ihealth ob de genimen was
becoutln' repaired, and we d.irfoio
tbougbtbest to trow up de contrae' and
return to our tiatlb sbo'. "
Lovers or dancing will no doubt be
pleased to learn that the Cairo Boathi"
Association are umv making prepara
tions for n gr..u' ba.l an-, satinet, to be
given on 1" . 1 .-1 .uiht lkert, one
wees: :rm !a . .i.it. A.pieudid band
ot mu'io will be tiigaged for the occasion
and a superb supper will bo served dur
ing theevening.. The cabin of the Eck
crt Is large and comfortable, and affords
an excellent placo for dancing. There
are fe.w, do iibtles. who receive in
vitations, who will not honor them, as
everybody Is "hungry'' fur mi event ot
the kind. Invitations will be Issued
within a few days.
On Monday night, about threo
o'clock. Olllccr Brown was called to a
houe on Fifteenth street bv tliu blowing
of a police whistle, where he found a
stranger, who had arrived In Cairo in the
afternoon, pretty badly used up by be
ing knocked down, and otherwise abused.
The stranger, whoe name we will not
give, hailed from Caledonia, and when
lie eamu to Catt-o had about fifty dollars
in his pocket. Hu had drank consider
able during the day, and exposed his
money .to the gaze of some persons who
made up their minds to get it from Idm,
and upon entering die house above re
ferred to. the parties followed him,
knocked him down, and made an effort
to rob him, but failed, the alarm being
given before they could accomplish (heir
purpose. When OHIeer Brown arrlvtd
on the scene (hu would-hu robbers had
fled, and nothing has since been heard or
seen of them.
The. cheapest place for ladles' wrap
pers and ladles' trimmed hats Is Hell
bron & Welt's, 142 and 111 Commercial
Tim lee 'roT
TIio man who originated tliu rumor
that tliu leu crop would bo short this
year, 113 It had been eaten up by the
grasshopper?, Is hi an iusano asylum.
Talking oflco reminds us of Hall's Bal
sam, the grandest remedy for colds and
coughs ever discovered. Price, $1 per
bottle. Sold everywhere. w-lt
A I'rolltnlile Invt'NlniFnl.
The Wll-ou Shuttle Sewing Machine
combines hi a mora perfect degree than
any other the reiiulrenieiits of 11 first-class
machine. This Is tho unanimous verdict
of the thousands of families who are uslna
them, and Us success Is unprecedented lu
the history ot sewing machines;, .Machines
will bo delivered at any Railroad Station
In this county, free of transportation
charges, it ordered through the Com
pany's Branch IluitseatOlO North Fourth
Street, St. I.ouU, Mo. Tlioy eud an. el
egant catalogue and chronio circular, Irco
on application. This Company want n
few more good agents,
At theUuM.i:Ti. bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumes, full IU nior
roceo; oot $11 ; for sale at $40.
Slcamer Jim FIsk. Puducah.
" Jhiiics Howard, N, O.
" W. 8. Holt, Cincinnati.
" Thompron Dean, Mound City,
Strainer Jim Flk, Padncali,
" James Howard, St Loul.
" W. H. Holt, New Orleans
nivr.n ami WF.ATiir.n.
The river last evening was 12 feet
2 2-5 Inches upon the gauge, Inning
fallen 0 Inches during the prevjotts
A steady rain fell lor several hours
Business Improving, hut vcty slowly.
aKNF.IlAt. 1 1 F..MS.
The James Howard had a fair trip
for St. Loul.
The Thompson Dean dropped down
from Moand City last evening, ami is re
ceiving for New Orleans. She has
benn thoroughly overhauled and
rerepalntcd, nnd looks more
beautiful than over before. Her
upper guards have been removed so as to
lit her for carrying cotton, and she will
enter the trade with a capacity equal to
any of them. She leaves Cairo on next
Saturday evening and Memphis on Wed
nesday evening, dipt. W. B. .Miller com
mands and Georgn Mlltciiburgcr Is her
WAII DEI'AHI.MtST. ItlVKP KtlflllT,
fM. fi, Itf.V
1 oiilavl e
FOU NKW OltLKANS.
The Elegant I'aisscnifer Packet
W. B. Miller 11..1.,.
(jeo. Milteulierirer t'leik.
Will leave Cairo MATL'IIDAY. ocrntiKH
Dili, -nil Memphis. WK UN his I) AY, UCTOIIKH
1 an lurineuiKMCunn ail way kIiiI.
For frelffht or lassMirL' niinlv tin Ii.iumI nr t il,
ofllecof Ilaltiilny I'h11Ijm' irlmrf-buHla.
1 1 1 ,
A.lialley has removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial nventtc, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, w here ho will be
pleased to sec nil his old customers and
as many new ones. ti-IIO-tf.
Persons havlngcistcrns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by calling on J. S. Haw kins, Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all, the
time tor the purpose. 0-lG-tf.
I.uiiIm Herbert hn PlKSKMKIt.
i3yXX Amber and White rag stoc
envelopes nt the Uuixu rLV ofllce, prlntoc,,
SJ oO and SI 00 per 31.
BIG INDUCKMUNTS OFFLTJEI)
IN CIGAltS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPKBTHWAIT ic PHILLIPS'.
Don't 1'orget !
If yon want tinware, stoves etc.lhat A.
llalley has changed his place of business
and can now be found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arab engine
house, where he will be pleased to see
j 011 and give you bargains as of old
FILSEXEH at Louis Herbert',.
We have at the Oullktin ofllce for sale
at a dL-coiiut, scrip of the Madison House,
Cincinnati, (Main, between trout and
Second) payable in hotel nceomtnoda
lions at the rate of $2 25 per day. Scrip
is hi orders ot $1 00 each. Apply to
li. A. HuitNKvr.
A new Ho wo and Singer sewing ma
chine. Euipilru at the Uulletln ofllce.
E. A. Buiinutt.
Bdf-XX Woodstock envelopes nt the
Bulletin olllce. S3 00 per M.
Ten pound letter heads, large si.e, Car
lisle paper, rated two rents higher than
any other paper used lu Cairo for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only $1 50 per thousand at thu Him.i.ktin
A Hare t'linuee.
Tho Western Tennessee Agricultural
and .Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition mi tho 2Gthto30tli of October.
Inchis-lvc, 187", at which time there will
be daily sales of stock, agrieultur.il im
plement", etc., making It one of the most
Important meetings ever held in the State.
Bring your stock and implements.
.Ino. V. Kkitii, President.
Tiios. Ct.AiiK, Secretary.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy ro'lof for young men from the ot
feet of Knora and Abu-es In early life.
Manho'id rottorud. Impediments to Mar
riage removed Now method of treat
m nt. New and reiuarkablo remodltH.
Ilookd and Clrculrit neat free, lu sealed en
velopes. Address Howard AhhocIuIIoii.
411) N. Ninth St., rhlladolbhi, Pa.-an Insti
tution haviiija high rcputa'on for honor
able conduct and professional (skill.
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Corrceted Dull)' by li. M. Steuroa, eouunlaaloii
inereliant, rJeervhiry of tho Cairo Jlutrd ol
Flour, according to gnule $3
Com, iiilxul, aai'kwl
Cora, white, Buukcu...f
Ilrini, per toa
MjI, ateuin (tried
liiiiii'r. rhotce Northern
ItuttcriCliolet) SouUietn III
Clitckcns, ier dozen
Aiinlea, choice, per barrel,...,
Apple,' common, er barrel
roiawtM, per uariv.
Ouiana ir barrel,.
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and .1,000 acres ol
unimproved and In Alexander jou ty.
'Wlatnr'Hlook"nnd Winter's ltw.'
A Uri$o number ot desirable Hastdcnces,
and oveellent vacant Lot., suitable for
bu tiios him os and reildnncc.
II 1U10 on Nineteenth street, for .V), with
prlvllego of lco
Winter's Block -tiltablo for Hotel, Ofli.
ees or Holiness room cheap.
Tenement! numbered i, 7, 8 ami 9, In
Winter's How, it room each, for 10 per
No. 10, (earner) 812 SO 7 rooms.
Tint dfslralilo double Cottago on corner
ol Till tcenth and Wa-hlng'on.
Fine two story brick on Comraercl.il av
enue, between Tenth ami Kieventh tr it
Miiiat.it! tor uwei.itu and Htulne.
Two linuser 'oininerelnl. below Sixth
street, stllta' tn.lno
TrtO ltual WCSt Of Tnnnlr...
ond street, 1 l , $ each tier month.
Dwelling hoi,-. 1,11 Twelfth, near Wal
nu, 0 roonu, for 8U Per mouth.
Business hotiHtt on Levee, nenr Eighth
street, tor $20 per month.
FOU I.KASK, ()i: SALE.
A mim'ier of Lots on Loveo, nboTe
Twelfth strict, outsido tiro limit. Also
a la.Ke number of other Lots fn different
.lei , 1 'raets to suit, nenr (Wlro.
K I'wf lie: condition of the Alexander
111.I) liank onthe 1st oaJ.iy inurtoher,
11,11 .,11 . illrcouuts $J(,l!i7 02
UieioiMiis no aj
Fin llu.eand llMnres :,,ni 1.1
nil.' ti.im other UjnknHinl hanker.... ',!i)t Hi
( a-li on hulul 7, 7.11 (m
Km cut! 2, C7
2, 73 J 70
Capital stock (Vl101) p.M In
Due O' her hmikj ami bankers
We. FniloJIn Iliot. I'ltlilent. unit li. Wrlla
Cashier, of theuiNiie nainetl hank, do solemnly
twearthat i lie ubiiU' statement U tree to the
heat of our knowledge ami belief.
.. . . . "H'JfsS I'resl.tent.
II. WKI.US, C.thler.
SjlllllfrltHNl tint! AU'nm f,i lu.f.,m mm tltt. f.lt.
day ot (Jetulier, 175.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawneetown, Evans-
and all way landingB,
ilie unrivalled alte-wheel eteatner
11 : t...cwt.
Kll. It. THOMAS' -
Will leuve Kvunsvltllefort'itlroctrrf'MO.NUAT
n...l'..t.TIll '... I .....1 .. ...
Lenten Cairo eveiy TUKslJAY uml l'lUUAV.ai
II it'Miia-ir ii 111 .
The elegant eldc-wbtl Btcuuici
lit 1 low Aim .Matter
WALTKIl 1). 1'tSSlNllTON (Jlerk
Will leave KvunnvUlo for Cairo every TUKs
ll.VY and fllli.AY at 4 o'clock li. lu.
Wilt le n Cairo every W KtiN K-i DAY and H.VT
UltllAY ntOo'ctock p. m.
The elejrnut aide-wheel steamer
Jon.f Gorr Muter
Mat. WiLLtAua Clerk
Leaves Evansville for Cairo every WUDNES-
DA Y and A1 CHAD Y at a ii. in.
Iavea Cairo ccry 11IUHSDA Y uml SUNDAY
at Bp m.
Eacli boat makes close connections at Cairo
with rlrat-clasa ateumera lor at. Louis, Mem
phis unci New (Jrlntns, unit at Kvausvllle with
theK.&C. It. it. for all poluls North and East,
unit Willi the Louisville .Hull Meuniern foruli
poluuonthe Uper Ohio, irtviug through rc
ceiiits on tVelglits nud passenger to all (mint
ror iiirui 'r iniormation opiiiy io
1.1 DAY nitos,, I ,,.
cnentl freight Agent,
- il a i
In Cuaa'ur Matter'i Sale.
State of llllnulo, Alexander County ..
In the Alexuiiiler County Circuit ourt,
William M Atherton nnd .lohn Umlge Johu
Hohlenuml Margaret N allacc I'liilulon.
TJUIILIC nollce Is heicbv given that Inimr-
X auiiuceofa decree r inlercil In the ohave
eutltletl cuuse. In said curt it t tho Mav Icrin
theivoi, . I. I74. I, John Q. Wurman manter
in cnancery in aaiu couni), win u luesuay
tho ii'lh tfay of October. A. II. l7i, at the
nouroi iirciocK p ro. oraaiti tray, sen at iuu-
iiof eniiue. ut file conn nouae aoor in inecnv 01
mini, in sum county, t '. roiiowing' escrineu
ivul eatule ln-wit: I he aoelli half ol'the norlli
iitto,ii Her nl'ectloii tuenty-feveii f-'T), town
rlilp illiern (l.l). aoulh range, nuinU'r two (J)
ut..t of llie Ihlnt nrlnt'liiiil merhllan In the
eniiiit) I Alex nitlcr unit sluleof Illinois, to
geihei Willi tliu teiiements and lieretUtamcuts
theiviuito iH'iniiglnx or thereto upertainlng.
'leriiisul' -il -iiii-hulf rn-h In hand bal
ance In oiiu uml tw i ycaia etiuul iayment,
iiu six erceiit iniereni k.t uniinm inereou
deferiol layments lo be eccurUl by mortgage
on the iileiicly aoltb
Cairo, IlliaolJ, September Sfltb. liiT.I.
Mutter in Chaucerr
I.lnegur li LaiumWii, Comiiluluanta' solicitors,
XJNTM'X'X'X1 U '"353.
Comer Waahlnvton Av. and 14th Street,
OPEN HSOM 5 TOO P.M. DAILY.
t'fHtrally Uniti, tlritlj Fimislwi
The Ooameroial Hotel of tli ,"
"maiMHMM : AKT.
ruvuK, mal, OMIH VAT.
MoHaVr., I CA1llO,IU4MOM.
AND DIALin I
LIME, CEMENT, FLAITXB
Uad.r City JVatiaaal BatJu
1 iiyi ten tn rar-loatl lot st taaacfaatima
irie, awuiLK arrixni.
JOHN B. PHXXXI8
(Stieceasors lo .lotm B rhlltl)
An-i Dfnlers In
HAY, OOBM, OATS, FLOW,
MXAL, BSAK, etc.
Ag.aUfor IAIHH TitAHD rfiVVU M
.Ooranr Ttamtli Straat ui Okie
7.. I). Stathuts. K.C.
MATHUSS St URL.
FLOUB, OBAXN, HAT AND
No n Ohio Ivec,
K. J. Ayres. S. D. Aftm.
AYRES fc CO.,
Jm d. thoms,
And dealer lu
STAPLE AHD TANOT
Foreign and Domeatio Fruita and Vata
1M COHXSSCIAL AV1BU1.
DTAf T. I'AKlitll
II. II. VVXXtX9M4M,
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM.
(Siicittisor- to Miller K Tarker.)
And Deatcra In
WHEAT, MEAL, GBAIN, HAY,
j (;,tir:o, iixinou.
d-Uehaverusel tho Iirgo Yellow Waw
hou.e, storage caclty J,w tona, which aim
ua ample facilities for storing and shippiof
C. N. HUGHES,
Om Matauaa VkT.
NOMK but rirat-CUa Cbiuiwatta
S AFFORD, MOKUS
71 OHIO LXyjEE,