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ASt'AI.OX I.ODOK. NO. M.
fm. . Knlihts of Pythias, meets every Frl.
uy nigiu m naii-pat seven, in odd"
tiiiown" nan. .iso. II. ijo'suax,
AT.KXANDKtl MIIMIU. NO. 221.
Indencndrnt Onlrr nf Oilil-Fcl
. 1 " ... 'I I... I .. .. .. I ..I.
ivnfl. inrcui every iiium'uw iii,,i.
Commercial avenue, between Sixth nntf Seventh
ni iiaii-iisftL erven, in iiiL'ir nail un
Slllei4, , '1' l,JEHTII il. Ui
1AIUO EN'CAM I'M KNT, I. O. O. ., meets
vsin uuii-rcnoirs' nan on mo iirsianii luiiu
luisila) in every raontu, at nair-pnsi seven,
Jo. II. OUKIlLY, C. P.
A. CAIHOI.OI)OK.N0.2J7,A.r. A A.M.
-Arm Iloldreinilar communication In Mil-
sonic Hall, comer Commercial nvenue
' 'snd KIKMh street, on tlio second nuu
ounn Jionuav or eacu monui .
This lit a new style of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Whiter, tbo artist,
ol this city. Tlicie pictures arc creating
much interest In all the principal Kastcrn
and Western cltlc, being altogether new.
They aro uullku photographs being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surlace, sofl in tone, but distinct In
the lights and shades. No one who fcos
them falls toadmlro them, or to give tho
artist an order. We have bcii fhotvn a
number of plctiiri' of will-known lwllrn
and gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
uplendld. H e would thriclorc advise all
who take interest In Mich matter1) or de
Ire picture?, to call upon Mr. Winter at
bis gallery and examine hl work In this
new branch of the hadow-c.iptnrlnjr art,
l.onl Herbert iii flMCKI'K.
A Hsre Chnaer.
Tlu Western Tennessee Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
TVnne5CC, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 20th to 30th of October,
IncluMve, 1)7., at which time there will
bo dally sales of stok, agricultural Im
plements, etc., making It one oi the most
Important meetings ever held In the State.
V.rlng ymir 'tock ami Implement".
.Ino. V. Kkitii, Incident.
Tito. (,'i.mik, Secretary.
Everybody to know that the place to get
A smooth shave,
A good shampoo,
A fihIon.ible hair-cut,
Ur rvn ythlni; lo that lice,
U at tlio Hit ash CK5TIUI. 1!a1!1ii:ii
Shop, corner Kightli and Commercial.
0 S-tf J. tiCOKCK STI.VnOU.iE.
PILNCNEKnt l.onls Herbert's.
Dr. Sherman, tbu great Special
ist, .V)9 North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
in which he treats all chronic tlleaei.
See advertisement for hl great Syphilitic
Kradlealor, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 0-18-lyr.
Xollrn of Reinuvul.
C Koch has removed his boot and
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (onn block below),
No. 'JO Commercial avenue, licUveeii
Filth and Sixth streets, when: he will
keep tho best home made and St. Lou!
custom made boots and shoes made of
the Ijct material ; good workmanhlp
and In the latest style-. All orders
promptly attended to. 0-lM-tf.
IMLSENKH at Louis Herbert's.
To tlir CltUeni fif S'nlro.
1 would Inform my many friend-, that I
nin Hill in the miction business, and ready
to attend to all salci- that may offer. Sly
long experience In this business needs no
comment I Is no experiment on my part,
and part I en entrusting soodi to my care
need no' be afraid, as I am no ''squib" cr
novice In tli- business.
Spud d attention given to real estate and
out-uoor sales, as I hvc never missed mak
ing a tale. I) Hahtmax, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and Commercial A v.
Heady printed packages of wash Ui
enough m each book to last two years,
for 50 cents each at tho Huu.r.m Olllce
for the next two days.
I)ctlrion-PIIAi:Ni:U-at I.oul Her.
A So. 1 l.nniilry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundre-s. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington tc CummcrcUl avenues,
has one of tho best conducted laundry is
tabltsliments m the city, and landlords ot
hotels and boarding houses .till lind It to
their ddvnntago to call upon
Her prices aro as lotions: Hotel
boarding-houee washing, T.'i rents
ilo.cn. Foi piece work prlres
as follow: .Single shlit and
lar, 10c; per dozen ROe; oek fie; two
lars, fir, two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests i!0e;
and nil gcntlcluoirB wear, Wc, per
docn. 1 .adieu' dresses, 23 to fiOc;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to Kic; two
pair hoo Bcj two collars fi to 10c. For In
dies' plnln clothes $t 00 per dozen; lor la
dles lino clothes, 51 Uj per dozen; dono
drstnptly, and promptly delivered, l'.v
tronsgo solicited. s-:il-lin
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sowing Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at S85. Will bo sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
IJ-om the factory, .
Colored and niouuted Maps ot tho
cltyol Cairo at S2 50 each (halt price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sowhnr Ma
chine valued at 75. Will be bold at SIC
discount, and ordered direct 'from tlio
A $00 Remington Sewing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable for tailor ur
hoot and shoe manufacturer.
"Picturcsquo America" IS numbers
bound In 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
r AHtylo E," "Olough, Warren &
Co,V Parlor Organ, right from tho fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $300. Will
bo sold for $200.
A now two-horso Gamble wagon.
For auy of tho nbovo articles, npply at
tho Buustin office. E. A. Durnett.
rat: or Anvr.it nsjixu.
KJ.1I bills for ndrcrthhig, arc due and pay
able I.S AtlVAMCk.
Tinnslimt advertising v III bvlnicrteil ntth
late of II to icr ntiare for the first Insertion
nnd .V) cents for each uli'cUtnt one. A liberal
dlicoimt will be made on standing nuddl"ply
Ijcal notices, binlneii or ollicrwlec, will be
charged ten cents per lluu fur the first mid flte
cents for caeh additional liuirtion, (counting
Ihc lines and upnunl)n discount still be made
uner third Insertion.
Chureli, Society, 'Festival imil Supper notice
will only be Inserted as uilverllvment.
KorlnrcrtingFunenil notice l i. Jfollccof
meeting of societies or sccict orders u cents for
No ndvirtl'ement will be rtcclted at less than
SATUNDAY, OC'IOHEH II, 1S75.
l.nrnl SjVrnflifr Itrporl.
C'Atiio, lLt, Urt.S.IsTS.
IStl!. i 'I III
:rt un ss -M'W
j) no rs
A I'onK SSiinlcil.
A good cool, wanted immediately at
thf IJui.i.tnix olllce.
The saw of the wood sawyer
heard In the city, everywhere.
Laborers wore 'msy yesterday strew
ing gravel ou Sixth .street, between Com
mercial avenue and tho levee.
Large stock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at' greatly reduced price, atC.
A parly ol one hntidrcd emigrant?
from Allendale, III., will pass through
Cairo to-day en t-nute lo Texas, where
they will colonize.
The sidewalk on the south side of
Twelfth street, between Commercial ave
nue and the lovee, Is being reconstructed
Large stock dry good, without re
serve, at very low prices at C. llauny'.
Mngon-load upon wagon-load of
wood Is brought in from the country
dally, which Is bought up readily by our
people for winter nee. It sells at from
n to?3 :0 per cord.
l.t rgp stock gent' furnl-hlog goods
at very low price--, at C. Manny's.
Wc have the pleasure of announcing
the pleasing Intelligence that Mr. Joseph
McKenic, who has been at death's door.
Is recovering. Me Is yet very low, but
people jiM from Metropolis tell us that
he is out of danger.
For a nice suit of children and boys'
clothing at tho lowest rates and be-t flt,
go to Hcilhron it Well's, 1 12 and 1 1 1 Com
The gravel being put down on Sixth
street, between Ohio Levee and Commer
cial avenue, Is, we believe, the only good
gravel that has been put upon any street
of the city. It paek speedily, and when
packed U as liarJ us rock and perfectly
Impervious to water.
Largo slock of domestic prints, mus
lins, and ticking, at low prices, at C.
The sound of the ahot-guu Is heard
In the woods, opposite town. The wild
pigeon season Is at hand, the woods of
Kentucky aro abounding with them, and
our sportsmen are creating havoc among
this species ol game, rigeon-ple is now
Large stock clothing to be sold out
without roerve, at C. Hanny's.
Tho Excelsior Saloon, corner ol
Fourteenth street and Washington ave
nue, will spread another sumptuous
lunch to-night. It will bens flue a one
as that kpread on last Saturday evening,
which was all that heart could wlh, and
which wa partaken of by a multitude of
our people. Fresh Milwaukee beer will
be on tap. Everybody l invited to come.
Largo tock ladies' furnishing good,
In be sold very cheap at (.'. Hanny'-.
The young gentleman who presides
over the-e column- with o much grace
has the ehilN, and looks like patience on
a monument. lie has already become
pale and Interesting ; and. wo believe,
lazy, us chills make all their victims.
The Atotnrnlcr 4'uiiiit.v Ilnnk still
p.-ij liilereRl on iruiiln in thr ftuv
Rcfoivtho Thompson Dean leaves
this evening, Capt. W. It. Miller will
throw her splendid saloon open for the
pleasure of our people who enjoy good
music nnd the dance. Wc are told that
quite a large party will bo present on the
The only place where you can lind
a lino assortment of children's merino
cloaks and bonnets at very low prices, is
llKiLinto.y & Weil's.
"Nothing in the police line to-day,
sir everybody is getting good,"
greeted our reporter's ears as he dashed
Into Judge Bird's court yesterday, pen
cil in hand, expecting to lind at least one
case to write up for the edllicatlon ol the
readers ol the Bulletin.
Tho genial countenance of tho editor
of the Mound City Patriot was obsery-
abloon Commercial avenuo yesterday.
Ho is about to commence tho publication
of a double paper to be called the Mound
City Argus and Cairo J'atriut, Mo Is go
Ing to do tills for no other purpose than
to make Potter pout.
Largo stock of woolen goods, flan
nels, llnsoys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, at C. Hanny's.
A man got on the Three States yes
terday at the Kentucky landing, ami, to
savo lare, made a cow he was bringing to
Cairo, swim behind ;tho boat, he holding
tin her head with u halter, to the Cairo
wharl. The halter should havo been
put around the economical cuss's neck,
Ilia INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIOAHS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWI'EHTHWAIT & PHILLIPS'.
Tho proceedings of tho September
lerm of tho county commissioners are
published to-day, to thu exclusion of our
usual amount of editorial matter j.but of
eoursc our readers want to know what
business tho Hoard transacted, and will
therefore rend Iho proceedings wllh In
terest. fSTTHE ALEXANDER COUNTV
RANKEWILL J'AV INTEREST ON
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. Old "Mose" was engaged In llshhig
on one of the wharf-boats, and In at
tempting to step, from one boat to
another, slipped and fell into tho river,
and Was drowned Iwforo any assistance
could bo rendered him. His body was
fished out of the water yesterday morn
ing by Diver Hiram Hill.
Another week for a present of ten
yards ol eallco, to those who buy seven
dollar's worth of dry good at llellbron &
The picture man, who sold at Hart
man's new store, on Sixth street, Thurs
day night, got rid of all his goods but
six chromos. Poor as wo arc, and al
though the Infernal Radical party has
contracted nil the money out of the hands
of tho people, we, tho people of Cairo,
buy pictures. Wc nro people who boast
good taste, nnd good taste manifest Itself
hi love of pictures, even if they nrc
Remember the grand ball ol the An
cient Order of Hibernians nt School's hall
on the llh Inst. A good time may be
.fudge Bros leaves (his morning lor
Peoria to attend the coming session of
the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, which
will couveno In annual session next
Tuesday. The Judge goes by way of
St. Louts, taking his oldest daughter
with him. Bross never misses a session
of the Odd Fellows' Grand Lodge. His
absence would attract the attention of
ever)' representative. He is one of its
features, and one of Its bct features
We came near getting a first-class
Item yesterday. The tongue ol one of
the Gamble wagons, belonging to Mr.
Mat. Clarke, snapped oil while the team
was being driven down the levee slope,
and the broken end cut one ol the horses
on the leg severely. The coupling-pin
luckily broke about the same Instant,
which was the only thing that prevented
the wagon going into the river. The
load on the wagon was twenty-live
sacks ol bran. The tongue, Mr. Clarke
says, was composed of very bad timber,
which caused the accident.
There Is no doubt that Mr. John P.
Heely will lc a candidate for county
treasurer. He has been making hay
while the sun was out, and has very
thoroughly canvassed the county. Mr.
Heely Is In every way qualified for the
olllce. He is acquainted with ever' foot
ol land In the county, nnd with every
man, woman and child almo-t. He
would make all visitors to his olllce "at
home," and as an assessor would kuow
how to do his duty, and would do it. His
election will give us pleasure; and it
would seem he Is to enjoy a "walk over"
hi the race.
Poor old Mose Mall, the negro boot
black and stable man a flue old colored
gentleman, one of the olden kind has
Konc the way or nil ilesh by way of the
Ohio river. On Thursday nlht he fell
from the wharf-boat, atid that was the
last of earth w ith him. The result of
that fall was that Coroner Gossmau was
called and sat on poor old Mosc's body.
Well, well; the unfortunate Mose had a
hard time In this world at best. Fortune
was not klud was, In fact, n cruel
step-mother to old Moses. She hit him
many blows with her liard hand, and it
may be that the old man is happier in
death than he was in life.
Mr. Sam Williamson lost a gold
watch some time ago. It vanished from
his gaze like a beautiful dream. He
wondered where It had gone to, and at
times was tempted to charge one of the
spirits that haunt the hall ot the Free
Religious Association with tho theft.
Rut ho didn't. Ho told Sheriff Irvin
about It. A few days ago, Irvlu told
Sam that his wnteh was at Champaign,
nnd that the colored citizen who had
taken It was In Jail in Hint city. So Sam
went to Champaign, and got both the
watch and negro. At this moment the
ticker Is in the pocket of the amiable
Samuel, and the thief is under the kind
care and In tho safe keeping of Jailer
The undersigned will open a Dancing
School Monday night, at K luge's hall.
Those wishing to attend will please be at
the hall at 7 o'clock. Gents' class will
meet regularly ou Mondays and Thurs
days at 6 o'clock. Chas. Haiidv.
Fire khu Wnler.
Wo would inform our many pitron,
and the public generally, that wo have
removed our stock of groceries damaged
by lire ou the night of tho 20th of Sep
tember to tlio auction house of Parker &
Axley, on Commercial nvenue, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets. These
goods will be sold at auction and private
sale tor the next ten days, alfording to
the citizens ot Cairo an opportunity to
purchase groceries cheaper than ever be
fore ou'crcd In this city. Many of (heso
goods are new and fresh, and were not
damaged in any respect. Call and ex
amine for yourselves. Terms ot sale
strictly cash. Respectfully,
G. W. Wiiitlock & Son,
Chas. S. UcLuy, Auctioneer. 10-0-lw
A Flue Nloek.
Win. Ehlors desires to inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on hand a largo stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, for store and
olllce wear, tho lluest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Boot3 ; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
l'reuch Kip stands abovo anything ever
offered in this market. Ills Lasts aro of
tlio latest styles, nnd lie can guarantee a
tit nnd saturation to all hU patroif.
JXX Amber und White rag stock
envelopes at the Bulletin olllce, printed
I $3 60 and $4 00 per M.
Strainer Jim Flsk, Pmhicah.
" Sllverthom, Evnnsvlllc.
" Grand Tower, St, Louis,
City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
" Commonwealth, SI. Louis.
" George Spangler, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Greyhound, Ohio.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
' SUverlhorn, Evansvillc.
' Grand Tower. Memphis.
City of Vlcksburg, Vlcksburg.
Commonwealth, New Orleans.
" Oeorgo Spangler, New Orleans.
tllVEIt AND WKATIIEK.
Tho river last evening was 11 feet
on the gauge, having fallen It :i-5 Inches
during tho previous 21 hours. Tbo
swells coming from above t 111 no doubt
reach us to-day, and cause a slight rise
The weather was mild yesterday and
gave promise ol gathering storms. This
Is the day, according to Professor TIcc,
on which a two weeks' wet spell is to
After the Silvcrthornc lelt here night
bclore last two colored roustabouts got
into a llsticutr encounter nnd one was
knocked overboard and drowned. The
other Is in jail at Paducah.
We suppose that by "grade" "Sen
eca" meant the present height of Ihc
streets, but If the low lauds were filled
six luetics above the highest slpc-watcr
mark, it would be sufllclent.
Poor old Mose, the boot-black, Is no
more. He moiled ofl theedge of a barge
while, fisbhii', and some hours after
Mr. Will fished him out of the water a
cold corpse. He was n particular friend
of Ike Walder and Capt. R. W. Dugan,
and they will mourn his loss.
-C.ipf. W. II. Millar, of the Thompson
Dean, received notice that n large num
ber of the most prominent citizens ol
Memphis will leave there on the Grand
Tower and meet the Dean on her way
down. Quite a number will go out on
the Dean from Cairo, and the occasion
will be one long to lie remembered. Tho
Dean goes Into the lower trade to stay.
Wa IlrcAnTWENT. IttVLis Iltrntrr, I
uci. , i,f. t
LOW WATCH. CIIANRi:.
rr. ix. ft. is.
Cairo , Tl O 4
1'ltUUurK- . - .' 0 0
Cincinnati 1 a
lAiiittille .. 6 1x2
Nlivlll s o x 'J
St. LohIii 11 7 1
Por Wow Orion
The Klerfant I'.nsenxcr Packet
W. n. Sillier Master.
(ieo. lllttiiber-i r ....Clerk
Will l.Tirp ('aim S A I'UltDA V. Orfnlxr fill,.
nil Memphln WKDXESDA V, October I3lh, for
iiic.uuTriiiiiiiiii WtiJ- IIQIIIia.
tor ' ircwlil : or lu-Mge umy ou boniil, ornl
me m.iiuc i,4iiifiv k i-niiiijii' v nnriiioul.
For Reiit-Himtlirrii Hotel.
This eligibly situated hotel, on Ohio
Levee, between Sixth and Eighth streets,
will be rented on very reasonable terms.
For particulars apply to Leo Ki.eh.
A No. 1 New Trading Boat ; counters
and shelving nil coninlete: CO feet lonir
11 leetbeam. Will be sold at a bargain
if called for soon. Hexuv Savehs,
10-C-Jw (5 Ohio Levee, Cairo, III.
Persons having cisterns needing puniii
Ing out and repairing can have It done
promptly nnd at prices to suit the times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cros street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. 0-10-lf.
I-oiiIh Herbert lint I'll.SiEMr.R.
A.Malley has removed to his now
store room, 113 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where ho will bo
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many now ones. 9-.'10-tf
nou't Forget !
If you want tinware, stoves elc.that A.
Halley has changed his place of business
nnd can now be found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arab engine
house, where ho will bo pleased to see
jott nnd give yon bargains as of old.
IntercNt on IlcpoRltil.
TiC Alfxatitlrr Count Hank will pay lu
tcrett on deposit in the savings depart'
Obstaolos to Marriage.
Happy relict for young men from the
effect of Errors and Abuses In early life.
MauhooJ restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. Now method of treat
incut. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, in sealed
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion, 110 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. 8-21-d&w3m
Coiicctiil iljlly ly K, M. SteaniK, eomruUslun
nitrcnuut, oiciemiy ui uie miro Hoard ol
Flour, uct'onliui; lu umdu j-, WT io
Corn, ml.ed, sacked v 7;'c
Com, while, sacked M ,m0
O.its, mlxcil av.4to
Uwn, lier ton $16 co
Meal, eteam Uritil a UO
llutter, choice Xoviherii
liutter, cholooHuiiilierii Illinois 23o
KlfK. (icrdoicu ;,.
Clilckcus, ier dozen wu:t uu
Apple-i, choice, jier barrel j ou
Apiilcs, common, perbaiitl su
l'ofuton, per barrel I 7fl
Onions, ier barrel ;i on
Foil the sieedy uiro of Semliml WiaUness,
list Manhood ami all disorders liroiiht
on by ImlUrretlona ur excess. ,w Driwitli'l
has tin' Inicredlents. ' 1
l-fl-dlw Iv Clnclnnall. Ohio
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms nnd .'1,000 ncrc3 of
unimproved Lands In Alexander county.
"Wluter's Block" nnd "Winter's
A large number of desirable Resi
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses nnd residences.
House on Nineteenth street, for $o0,
with privilege ol lease.
Winter's Block- sttltablo Tor Hotel,
Ofllccs or Buslncs rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, Sand 0, in
Winter's Row, fi rooms each, for S10 per
No. 10, (comer) $12 fiO 7 rooms.
That desirable double Cottage on
corner of Thirteenth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial
nvenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets, suitable for Dwelling and Busi
ness. Two hott'cs on Commercial, lielow
Sixth street, suitable for Business Houses
Two small Mouses west of Twenty-
second street, near Pine, each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
W alnut, 0 rooms, for S12 per mouth.
Business house on Levee, near Eighth
Mrcct, for 20 per month.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lots on Lever, above
Twelfth street, outside tire limits. Also
n largo number of other Lots In different
Land', in tracts to suit, near Culro.
At the Bulletin bindery 18 numbers,
hound in two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; cost $H ; for sale nt $40.
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
TKE. WAXDE& U receiving dally a
X larire and splendid atook of troodi,
ana is determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
He is resolved to srlvo the very best
irooas tor toe very lowest prices, van
ana see lor yourselves.
Conor Sixth Street h4 Okio
PAUL Q. SCHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
When evorv other natont incdi
oino fails to cure tho Chills, thon
PRICE, 81.00 PER BOTTLE
PAUL O. SCHUH'S,
108 Commercial Ave,
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Pnduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalleil slde-tvheel steamer
I) (. Fuwi.kii Muster.
It. Thomas Lierk.
Will leave Uvansvlllc for Calroevery MONDAT
aiulTIlimSUAY at 4 o'clock p. in.
Loaves Cairo every TUESDAY mid I'HIDAY.al
U o'clock p. m.
The iletfnnt side-wheel steumer
Vt'ALTLIl II. PtNNIMOION
Will leave Evansvillc for Culro ever- TUL
DAY and fill DAY at 4 o'clock p. iu.
Will leuvoCalroeveiy WEUNKSDAVuuUSAT
UltlAY at 0 o'clock p. ui.
The elegant side-wheel steamrr
Juii.m tior Mittcr
i Mai. VYhuahs tltrk
1 Lcaws Evausville for Cairo every WKDNKH.
U A Y antl ATUH A I ) Y at 6 li . m ,
Uatcd Cairo etevy THURSDAY ami SUiOI.U
at Up. ni.
Each boat makes close connections at Lutro
with drsl-cIsM steamer fay hi. Louis, .Meiu-
phis and New Orleuns, nnd
Vf urieuiis. unit m ntuiiBMiiv ...iu
It.lt for all iioluts North and East,
n Louisville tlail litetiners lot. all
1. a..IHn 1.1.
and Willi the
I ne j.. .v
noinlaoiitlie Upper Ohio, glvinft tlirouKhre-
' celiits on I'reiKhts and MseiiKer to all points
Tor luttlit r liifiiiiiiatloii apply to
MM,, mui r.ii j'.issrnKfi "Kriu.
.1. M. l'lllI.l.ll'.S, ,jAK,'',
Or to (l..l.lltMMRR,
.''iilierliitendi'nt nnd Hfneral Kreb'ht Aifent,
fKI'ORTof !hi condition of tlii .VlfxntMer
t t'oinilr Itant." nn I he I M jionil.iy InlMnW,
Lonnsnnd discounts $21, 107 (ti
Ovmlrnn nn ai
Furniture and II hires ,i,oco en
iue irom mncr imnnsnnu i linkers,... o,.k'ri .hi
Costa on luintl 7,; II un
Kxpentes '.',iT. CT
Hint ctatc ,
Capital nock (Mmi) tnM In
line olhcr Ijinks and bunkerf
. 17.STO 17
. a, t;; i ;
Wc, rreilolln IJron, I'rul.lont. ml II. tfclli
lasliier, orthc above nninctl bunk. Uo aoteninly
wetirtliat Hie nlmve rutement U tine, to tho
liett of our kiiott leiliro and belief.
,. '. HKUSSJ President
II. Vt i:i,I,S, Cili!er.
Mtibtcrlbed nnd ttvorn to before me this Slli
daj oroclolier, H7.".
Corner Washington Av. and 14th Street,
OPEN EBOM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
WILL lie received nt my ollicc !tww.n the
hour nf 'J o'clock a. in., and C o'clock
p. m , until Monday, October istli, lSTA.rornir
nlshlnic the material ordolng the work, ortmth,
fur the construction iiud n-contnictlou of cer
tain alnwalk under Onlinnnre.Nn. Ill nu.
tlfYll'Ml S.ltMlnlrftl. ttt h lfi?4 UaM UnllHiMn.. I.
iibject to exiimlnnllmi nt any time at my nillce, I
VOL f'KhNCII AXLEV.
1.'V s . .1,,, e. KjltJ Vlllh.
In Chmcery-MMUr'a lale.
Bute of Illinois, Alexander County Ji.
In the Alexander County Circuit Court.
William M. Atlierton nnd John Hodges vk. John
Holden and Marg.irct Wallace Partition.
Pt'llLIO notice Is hereby given that In nnr
nuance of decree rendered in the above en
titled cotue in said court at ihe May term thereof
A. !., ls7. I. John t. linrmsn, master In
rhmcery of said county, will, on Ttietdny, the
Mill day or October. A I) , 1873, at the hour of i
o'clock p.m. ofnatd day, sell at public vendue,
at the court house door fn the cilr of Cairo, lu
said county, the followlns described real estate,
to-wlt: 'iTie south half of Ihc northeast fiinrter
of section twenty-seven (27), township llneen
(li), south raiiKc, number two (0 west of the
third principal meridian, In the county ol Alex
ander ami Mate of Illinois together with the
tenements and hereditaments thereunto be
lunKiiiK or thereto appertaining.
Terms of Sale -One-half cash In hand, balance
in one nnd two years equnl payments, with six
percent. Interest tr annum therroni deferred
payments to be mcuivd by mnrlgaKC on the
Lrlro. Illinois, Septcmlicr2;tli, 17.1.
Muster in Chaneery.
Linrgnr X LanMlrn, Complulnnut'a .Solicitors.
U-2.l-i I w
Awarded the Hinhoat Medal at Vienna.
591 Broadway, Now York.
(Opp. Metropolian Hotel.)
Manufacturers, Importers & '.Dealers In
CHROMOS AND FRAMES,
STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS,
ALIHIMS c.RAPilOSCOPKHaud SI'ITADLK
We arc lleadfinarlera for every thing In the way of
Stmofticosi ai Higic lumi
Ileius'Uunufucturers of the
scilooi.i..VNrKns. pamii.y i.anti:i:.v,
Kiclt style lielng the liet of its clast in the
Gitolnrued of lanterns untl hlldcs with di
rections for UMnff sent on application.
Any enterprising man can make money with n
C?Ciit out this advertisement for reference. C3
Tnqumtlonnbly Ike best ftiiolntMrtl
wars oi inn uinu in ibb nuriu."
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Thechntactcr which this Magazine pos.
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If It has not led tho times, should cause its
conductors to rega d it with Jtiotltlable coin
placebcy. It xlso entitles them to a (treat
claim upon tho public gratitude Tho
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tho (Ujtb ot its uie, uiookiyn Kagie.
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i rp t lirothers.
Ad IIARPER A BllOTUKHS, N. Y.
WHITNEY to HOLMES
1 nitty r.K'Ritiit Ntylt's, with Vatualle lm
1 prnrementsi New audllesutlfulKoluhtops.
OVhlt ONE THOUSAND OrirauUts uuil Miisl
clana Indorse tliewOrirunsund ivcoiumeud I hem
un Ntrletly sVlrsS-clsiiM In Tone, Mechanisn,
uud Diurability. Warrauted lite )ears. eud
for nrlte list.
.."VMITNKYA HOLMES OltOAX CO..
ti-n-wll i.'ulncy, Illinois
wanllnfHchool rurnlrareor supplies ahonia n
i, K. IUKKK.Nq.HN Herenlhilt.,Bt. Louts,
XOV CAM JfAJf IT Nfi .
It. W. MILUEX,
And denier In
FLOUR, MEALQBAIK IIAY,
MimaSrut. I CAino.IU.ISOW.
AND llKALUl IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
VmUr City KatloacJ. Bank.
T WILL tell In car-loud lott at mant.fncUirera
-a. iiricee, aimiiiK reifiiu.
JOH1T B. PHIIXIS
(Siicressors to John B, riilllls)
And Dealers In
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAI, MUX, tc.
Ageatifor tAlXCT ftXAHO MWPSK CO
ICoraer Temtk Strsot aad Oklo
'.. I. Mathnss, K c
MATHUSS to UHL,
FLOUR. GRAIN. HAY AND
34 01xo Isoveo.
Ko Ki Ohio Levee,
K. J. Ayres. S. D. Ayres.
AYRES to CO.,
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts
184 COKMSBCIAL AVXfTE,
nrAST. i-aiikkk. . h. cusnisoiiam.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
Citccejsors lo Sillier A Parker,)
And Dealers lu
WHEAT, MEAL, QRAIN, IIAY,
IC We hat e leaseil Ihe Liiruo Yrllnu- U'sin
house, atoniK rapacltv a.nio ion-, which jrltc
us ample fiii'illtles for storm and shlppm?
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Bold Very C)aa.
Center lBUi St. sad Ooaasasrclal Av
o. o. PATnm oo.
ttl Kevtk Mala sMti, WT IMM,