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A3CALON LOUUK, NO. tl.
KnlsbU ol Pythias, meet every FrI
tUy night lit alf-pet seven, in Odd
rellown' llall JKo.ll, UoMIMK,
ALEXANDER LODGE, NO. M.
, inaepenaeni uruer or vaa-rw-i
lows , meet every Tharsday nUht
at hatf-tnat mvn . hi ItipJr hall on
Commercial it venue, between sixth and Hcrenth
streets. T J.Krirril N. l.
AiRO KNCAMPMKNT. I. O. O. F.i mHS '
iiu u-m-rtiiowa- iiaii oniiw iuiu. iu
f1,nftfla 111 ,-tv mniilh. tialf.tlAJll Seven
Jno M. Our.M.x, U. P.
A CAIIIOLUUOB. HO.MT.A.I. A M.
lloldrrinilar communication, IhMa
rmlo llall. corner Commercial avenue
''niid KlKlitli Ktrret, on thfl iecond and
"fourth Monday of each month.
This Is new .style of picture now be
In produced by Win. Wlntfr, theartht,
of till? city. Tlii'M! picture? nre creating
much lhterc.t In all the principal Knterti
anil Western dtlofi. bflnr nltOKesllivr new.
They nru unlike photograph?, being
rala-d and beautifully enameled over the
cntlru surface, cofi in tone, but dlntluethi
the lljrht and Miadcs. No one who wes
them (hit to admire them, or to jrlve the
nrtUt an onlrr. We have to-en rtiown n
number of picture of well-known Indies
liiul i htleimn of the city, and have 1:0
liefllutloii In pronoiiuclujf Un til perfectly
Hplendld. Wc would therefor' iidvNe all
who take luten-t hi Midi matters or de-Mix-
picture-", to call upon Mr. Whiter at
hU trailer' and examine hl work In thin
new branch of the aliadow-caplurliitf art.
I.ouU Herbert hit fll.sr.MKK.
A R'.r rstamer.
The Western Tentn-i-am Agricultural
and Mechatilciil Association, of Jackkon,
TeiuieNnee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition ou the aathto30th.of October,
inclusive, 1875, nl which time there will
be daily Auk of tock, agricultural im
plement, etc.. making It one of the most
important meeting ever held In the Slate.
Bring your stock and implements.
Jno. V. Kkitii, President.
Tlio,. Clakk, Secretary.
Persons hnvliigcMerus needing pump
Ing out and repairing can have it done
I promptly and nt price li suit the time.,
rby calling on .1. S. IIavkln. Cro's street.
I haye a man anil pump employed all the
time for the purpose. ft-PMf.
Kver)'odytn knov tliat tie place to set
A mio'illi b!ivt,
A good sliuinj-oo.
A ri'blotiablu bilr-ctlt,
Or anyib n) I that lino,
I- at the (Iiund Cktual lUr.HKit-
ISti I-, eoincr Kitrlith am! Co mm ri-Ut.
Ill K-tf J. UKOKOB aTXINUOL'sB.
PIl.NOKRat l.onl Hrrberl'H.
tS" Dr. Shennan, the great SfK.clal-
list, WJ North .Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation in the Apeedy manner
Sn tt bleb be treat all chronic dteca-cn.
Be advertUement lor bis great Syphilitic
Kradieator, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty every win re. 0-lS-lyr.
Xollre of Ri'innvnl
C. Koeh has removed bU boot and
Ihoe hbop from the old taud to hit?
Lew brick building (one block below).
Ko. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets where ho will
keep the l'it home made and St. I.oiil
button) made hoot and shoe?, made oi
Ihe bet material ; good vtorkmauHilp
Lid In the latest Atylc. All orders
iromptly attended to. fl-23-tf.
1'II.SENKK at I.oiil Herbert's.
To Ihe Clllzcii of Cnlro.
I would Inlorm m) muiy trlends thst 1
lit) still in the ..tictioii IiUkIii s-, ud rend
1 aitctid lo all baler that ma) olWr. M
oxpeilui.O' in ibis l.umue-s ii eds io
loiimitiil-I Is no expi rime t limy pan,
ud parties eutn -llui kimkI. t III) c n
ccd nu beatiultt as lam no 'Vu!b'' ir
ovicc In tli bultiv.
rip'cl I iiticiiilou nlveti to rciil etato nd
ut- ioor file-, a I b .vc never mimed mak
n esle. li HaktmaN, Aiicllniie. r.
C rner Sixth etnet and ijounnerelal Av.
llLNt;.M:it--iit I.ouls Her-
A X. 1 Liiiiiiilrjr.
lit Unowconueded that Mrn. Coleman,
ke Uuiiillcj-, .m . M Kouitli xtrect. lie
IvVen Y istilnjjtin & C 'inim-rc! .1 avenue.,
lis one or fiu b At eo ducted laundry
Ibbchtu nts n tlio city, and Undlord r.t
liteN anil liourdliik' bouse 'III tlnd it to
llr advaiitiiu'u tu cull upon
lor TTtci'H are as ionos: uuni
. . i. . i
wrdlug-bou-o washing, "5 ceius
liZt'li. roi piece worn imi
tnllows: fcliiKie i-lurt ami
. 10c: pT dozen H cj ouk- Be, two
i, he; tw handkerchief", 6c; vets aticj
id all gimtli'ineir wear. fcuo. per
izcll. bailies' ureasue, i
in. l i t.i i0". drawers 0 to tor: two
I Ir hose C! two collarn n to v c. r nr w
tilalu clothe- 1 no P r dozen; lor lu
i tine c'otu , $1 "i per dozen; done
timiiu- ami m-fmiit v uciiveren. ra-
filver nlated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Iwiug Maclilne. hard (piano) tnl.-l
Ilued at S85. Will be Aold nt SiOdls
imt, on good terms, aud ordered direct
Inn the factory.
I-Colored and mounted Maps of tin
ly of Cairo at S3 50 each (half price.)
UA No. 0 WlUon Shuttle Sewing .Ma
hue valued at S7o. W1U Imi hoM at 810
lenunt. and ordereil iiireci irom tne
.A $90 Kcmlngton Sewing .Macnine
i oft for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
lot and bou manufacturer.
Pleturesnuo America" IS number
kind In 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco
-AAtylc 'K," "uougn, wnrron
Parlor Orgnn. right from the fuc-
lntnetro t. Lt price, jswo. vim
fold for saw.
-a new two-borw Gamble wagon
for nny of theVwv nrtlcles, r.pply nt
i BvuiTtX oince. l. a. nw"
BATCH r AJBVF.ftrlftlNU.
AI1 IjIIM fur advertising-, (ire due od pay
able IM AbVAMCC
Transient advertising will be Inserted tttbo
rate of 41 W per squire fur tlx flrat Insertion
mi J cent for cacti ub.pieni one, A liberal
I dlicount will be inula ou Handing and display
Local uutices, business or cthmre, will be
charged ten cent tr Una fur tbo ilrst mid Are
cents for each additional Insertion, (counting
Ave linn and uprd) u discount wld be made
alter third Insertion.
Cburch, Society, Festival nnd Supper notlcrs
Will only be liiictled at udvertitraeiitf .
For luiertlurf t'ur.end Lotlce i " Notice of
mwtliitf of auclctlea or secret orders W ceutt for
No advertisement will be received nt les than
n-AanoaBcMnrata tS ish-inTria-bl
I v iTanoo. Mo exception to ttaU
We are mitborlied to announce JOHN IIKKVK
as u eiudidate for tue office of ounty reaaurer
and A.n,r, ut tne cnaulnKNovembereifctlon.
I diioii IIci lltik:- I'l j tinnounce W1I, A.
ItKDMAN ur n cuidldntt for Ihe olllce of County
Tieoaurerund Aswstor nt the tnsUinjr Novem
lerlectlon. W are uuthnrlied to announce. JOHN t.
ItKI.V as acaiHlblnt)- fr County Trwturernt the
eueultiK Novemlx r election
We are nuthoiized to annnunethe name of
Gl.OltO . VV. MMOXS or llitljei, n- can
illilaielur the otnrei f unly l'oinmNloiitroi
Alexuiideruounty ut thccnsuingelection.
THURSDAY, OCTOEH 14, 1876.
f.ornl Wenlher Report.
Caikj III., Oct ll,lr7S.
IUr.. I This.
VltL. I WAT1I.
30. tt i
A I'ook M'niited.
A good cook wanted Immediately
the IIl'Llkti.v ollkc.
The hotel business is rather dull In
Cairo just now.
Don't forget the sale of furniture at
The ieople are laying In their Winter
fuel. Coal and wood are In actlyu de
mand. The sidewalk between Tenth and
Eleventh street, on Commercial avenue,
is being repaired.
C. W. Ilradley is slightly under the
weather with the prevailing complaint
chills and fever.
If you want bargain? attend the sale
of furniture ou the 14th.
The Milton-Noble Troupe have en
gaged room' at the St. Charles for the
The weather, for the part lew ilny,
has been delightful, though the nights
have been rather cool.
A number of Cairo people are getting
ready lo go to railiicnu to attend Hie last
iv oi Hie f.tlr. Saturday. '
Tlie AleHinler County HmiiU will
liny Inleresl un l iiosIIh In Ihe av-
-The family of John Koehler left this
:'ty ou Tuesday afternoon for Cincinnati,
Ohio, their future home.
The Mcamcr llelle Memphis carried a
large party of people from New Madrid
to the Cape Girardeau fair yesterday.
Thoe who need winter hoot should
call on K. Jones, Commercial avenue.
Ills Mock ol French and Domestic calf
kin Is the best in the tuatnet.
Mr. George Fl-her rcftie to become
candidate for re-election to the olllce of
county commissioner nt the Auvemuer
We tire Informed that Wilson, the
plritu.d ndvUer who recently paid Cairo
vUit. will return to our city again In
Numerous wager?, not very largi
ones, however, were made by panic of
his city yesterday on the rcMtli ol the
The Taylor Literary Club held Its
regular weekly meeting last night. A
number of new members were voted into
The Drice of admission to the lioatlng
Club's performance Friday night will bo
50 cents. No extra ehargo for reserved
For cork-'oled boots or shoes, goto
li. .lones. the Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker, lie is a llrst-class work
man and never falls to pleae.
Larue numbers of horses pass
throujfh Cairo every week for the South
eru market. A drove of about thirty
went through yesterday.
During the last month the St. Charles
Hotel lias been thoroughly overhauled
aud renovated, aud is now ready lor
fall and winter business.
Mr. J. C. Zliniuer, ol the St. Louis,
Iron Mountain & Southern railroad coin
nauv. has iroue up the Ohio river on
bu-iliess for thai roau.
Mr. W. II. Thomas left Cairo with
his family lor La Grange, Missouri, Tiles
dav afternoon, where he has purchased u
fruit farm, aud where he will make his
Mr. J. A. lb-eve announces himself.
to-dav'uau candidate for treasurer ami
Ai.sir. If e ecteil. Jlr. llenve Will
till the olllce with credit to himself and
Mr. W. W.Thornton, formerly one
of Cairo's most enterprising and enlhusl
usllo citizens, and who Is now a promi
nent citizen of Shelbyvlllo, is in the city,
pending n few days with his many
Mr. (.5. W. Summons, of Thebes. Uln
the city. Mr. Summons Is a catulldato
for county commissioner, lu the place of
Mr. Fisher, whose term of office expires
Jim tllgg has gono to Allendale after
another party of emigrants fur Texas, wlm
will pass through Cairo en route for, their
destination this afternoon. There are one
hundred jM-rsonsln tbo party.
The Cairo Boating Association giro
tlclr ontwtnlnmnt; for the beneUt ol the
Library Association nt the Atbcncum c
morrow night. It will be largely at.
funded. Admission, GO cents; no extra
charge for reserved scats.
The canvass for the olllce of County
Treasurer promise to be quite lively.
Four gentleman of this city have already
entered the field, and diow many more
will come opt Is not yet known'.
Fine, neat nod stylish box-toed
Atltched boots and fthoes arc made
specialties by It. Jones, the Commercial
avenue boot nnd shoe manufacturer.
Give him n call.
The honorable members of the city
council were all hi high spirits ou Tues
day night, and felt hi the right humor to
make things lively, which It Is said they
did, without the least regard for the
feelings of each other. .
The large store of Mr. T. C. Leech;
at Smithlaud, Kentucky, was consumed
by tire ou Monday evening. It Is sup
posed to have been a. t on fire and that
the Incendiary 1 knowu. Mr. Leech's
loss Is $ 0,000; Insured for$2,X).
Parties who wish to attend the I'a
duenh fair, can gt-cure passage from Cairo
ou the Jim Flsk for the round trip for
two dollar aud llftyceut. For tickets
applto Jim Ulgg, at the olllce of the
St. Lotil. Iron Mountain & Southern
railroad company, 10-li-4t
The regular routine of business of
late days was slightly deviated from by
the police on Tuesday night, by the ar
rest of a man found wandering about
town drunk. lie was put into the lock up
where he remained until yesterday morn
ing, when he was given a hearing.
Beggars are getting numerous about
town again. There Is one fellow who Is
xtremely lutolcut and high-toned, and
refuses to answer any question put to
htm, unless It Is with eoine insulting re
ply. This beggar teems to prosper much
better lu his profession than his brother
Everybody should be on hand at the
Deluioulco hotel October 1-ilh, at I
o'clock a. in.
Alderman ilalliday, of the Fifth
ward, was called lo the chair by Mayor
Winter, at the council meeting Tuesday
night, while th latter took hi place
among the aldermen for the purpose of
giving vent to Ids wounded feelings.
iitermau Ilalliday presided with much
grace ami dignity.
In tins morning's issue our reader
ill llud tho announcement of Wm. A.
Itedman as a candidate for the otHcc ol
County Treasure!. Mr. Itedman is nu
old citizen of Cairo, aud held the ofllce
of Treasurer nnd Assessor in 1S09-9, and
we believe his assessment was entirely
satisfactory to the people of both the city
J. Burger it Co. have now ou hand
the iiiusJ. eii'gaut stock ! 'J aud U button
Kbl Gloves ever brought tu this city, and
are determined to ecll tliem at remark'
a' y low llgures.
Theag ut of the Miltou-Noble theat
rical tioupe Is i-i Ihe city, arranging for
the coming ut the troupe, which will ap
pear at the Alheueiim on the 21st, 22d
and 23d of this inunlli. I lie company U
very highly spoken of by the pre nt the
irlous cities where they have upieared.
ami a theatrical treat may bo looked for.
The election in Ohio on Tuesday cre
ated much talk among the people ol this
city yesterday, and many were the opin
ions as to who would win. Allen .seemed
lo have more friends in Cairo limn hi
opponent, Hays, but they felt rather du
bious of Ids Mlcueso, notwithstanding
ihey backed him with money, drinks, ci
gars by the box aud in smaller num
L. D. Akin & Co. Harness aud sad.
dies, collars, v. hips, etc. Those favoring
us with their patronage will find a com
plete l.ne of goods irom which to fceleci
at bottom prices. lOo Commercial avenue.
Ilepairiug doue aud second baud harness
or Mile. 10-ia-et
Mr. Dan llartman. who has been in
New York for the past two weeks tor the
purpose of putclia-iug goods for Ills new
qiteensware etore on sixth street, is ex
pected home on Saturday with tho larg
est and Uncut stock of goods ever brought
tn Cairo. Tho-o who are lu need of goods
lu the queeuswara Hue should not pur
chase until they have examined Hart-
Prominent nmong the arrivals at the
St. Charles Hotel yesterday were J.
Spcarllng, New York ; Chas. L. Beueke,
New York ; Jno. E. Warner, Agent Mll-tou-Noble
Troupe : Jas. Burnett, Pitts
burg, Pa.; V. M, Calno, Chicago; Chas,
II. Patch, New Orleans; B. J. Cof-
frey, St. Louis ; J.J. Wootten, Delaware;
Jas. E. Drake, Fla. ; J. E. Jones, Haiti
more : F. K. Gordon, New York ; N. J.
Chamberlain, Cincinnati ; S. A. Gibson,
The first ooclablo of the season, under
the auspices of the Liberal Itcllgious
Association, which took place at their
hall last night, was a pleasing change
from tliu dullness that has existed among
the iileasure-loviiig people of the en
during several months past. A large
crowd ol gay young folks was preeut,
and a general good time was enjoyed by
them. As Usual, dancing was the pnu
clplu feature of amusement, mid it was
kept up until alter twelve o'clock, to
splendid music, when tho uli'air was
brouirlit to a close. Tho second event
ol the season, under the same manage
incut, will take place two weeks from
Mr. John Uetbton, ot tlazlewood
pneiuct, wiii lu the city yesterday. Mr.
Uerstoti bus been a resident of Alexander
county for fltty-tlve ytars. He can tell
you all about the Shatler massacre ut
Mound Cltv. how the Indians went to
Mrs. Shatter'; cabin, how fhey were given
their dinner, how tho old man ahallur
told his wife "something's up," uhd
wanted her to eelze tho Indians' guns
from Ihe llre-place and help him "clean
them out." how the bloo.iiliirsty iniuaii
did finally kill nil the iiieinbt ri of tlw
family except the old man, who escaped
with hut one wound by a tomahawk, with
the aid of a piece of spinning machine,
alter n desperate fight, how he broko tb
IcownvirCaehe river, and how ho
got lost nnd found Ills way ngnln by tin '
mg several ears ol com in the road, and
In fact, till about tlw whole alhtlr.
llemcinber tho grand ball ol tho An
cient Order ol Hibernians atScheel'i hall
ou the ll!i Inst. A good time may be
Yesterday morning, about 10 o'clock,
the driver of Andrew Lohr' soda water
Wagon weut to the Green Ltuc wharf
boat with Ids team, which he left stand
ing ut tue loot ol the levee while he Weut
to the wharf-boat to attend to some busi
ness. Wlilie he was In tue boat, the
team walked Into tbe water, where the
Wuguu was caught by the current, which
was suillvieutly strong lo pull the horses
out tutu luc deep water uuder the wharf-
boat, where they Mere drowned otter a
hard struggle lor their lives. Hard luck
seems to oe upou Mr. LoUr, as the two
horses drowued yesterday make three
fine amiiiaU that he has lost within the
past three weeks. Men were ut work
etertUy allernooii dragglug the river
where the team weut down, lu hopes ol
saving the wagon uud Uaru.'Ss, which
are worth otic hundred nud t.veiiU-ilyo
dollars. The team was valued at two
hundred aud Ibty dollar.
IULLINER AND IAKER
Henlewceil lo the Paulteatlnr?
T Mr nt j -five ler.
We received the Information late last
evening that Bulliner and Baker were
sentenced to the penitentiary lor twenty
live years, lor the murder of Sisuey.
The Lecture TiienUHjr Might.
A very pleasing entertainment Hint
"An Uour with the Poets" at tho Meth
odist Church ou Tuesday cveuiug. The
lecturer evinced thurough and familiar
acquaintance with the leading poets, both
aucieutaud modern, (Oberly excepted)
and held the closest attention of a large
and appreciative audience for nearly an
hour. The public u to be congratulated
that under the auspices of the Lathes' Li
brary Association it may look
forward to similar entertainments
during the present season. Speaking of
the Library Association, Mr. Editor, do
you tliiuu our cinzi-ns generally appre
ciate tlie importance ol the Work ii lias
undertaken t The need ol a PuUlic Li
brary in our city has long been felt. Let
us do all we can to sireugtben the willing
hands aud cucouiagc the noble hearts
which have uuderukeu lo place within
the reach ot all this mot excellent means
of culture. L. H.
On account of the auction sale nt the
Deluioulco Hotel this morning, wo will
spread ir lunch, but we will give every
body a bargain with a Graud Oytter
Lunch t-otiiglit. Come one, come all.
Tenlmony of merit my uioito Is "To
Live and Lei Live."
Haukv Walker, Sup't.
A A special communication ol Cairo
Xar Lodge No. 'J37, A. F. & A. M., will
be held this (Thursday ) evening nt
7:30 o'clock. Work in ihe E. A. degtee.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. B. F. Ulake, secretary.
By order J. S. lleardeti. W. M.
The V ro lioati.i Annucintlun.
The following correspondence explains
Caiuo, III., October 9, lbu.
To ibe Cumiumee ua I'atatncaU of ibe C. B A
Gt.srLLMtv ; Having understood that
it wus your intention io repeat for the
beiietlt ot the Cairo Public Library, the
play "CAS It," etc., recently produced
at the Aitieiieuia with such aduiirablu
ability, under our management and the
upportol certan ladies and gentlemen.
we reqwt that you accomplish your hi'
letillou at as early a date as convenient.
when those who weru not able to witness
the first performance can have thai pleas
ure, uud those wtio witnessed it once can
We are yours, very truly,
.i ii- ii...... ...
W. IV ISIIflllllJlCf
C. W. Bradley.
M. P. Fulton,
11. II. Caudee,
C. 11. Woodward,
E. W. Green,
John 11. Jones,
N. W. Hacker.
R. H.Ciiuulnghnm, A. B. Satlord,
M. F. Gilbert, Jas. Barclay,
S. Kent, Titos. Winter,
E. D.'Ayers, Jas. F. Miller,
II. E. Spauldlng, Wm. Loiiergan,
Cairo, III., Oct. U, IS'o.
ToMesSM. Safford. Ciiuuec. Dunning, Wllcos,
ana utners :
GBNTLtME.v : Your request of thu Oth
Inst, received. While fully appreciating
your klnduessywo beg leave to name
next Frldayytfvoiilng.vOetober 15, 1875.
J. S. Aistuori-E, Secretary,
Cairo Boating Association,
If you want tinware, stoves etc.that A.
Halley has changed his placo of business
and can now be found ut 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Ar.ibenglno
house, where ho will be pleased to seo
oti and give you bargains as ol old.
lulereat ou UepoalU.
The Alexander County Hank will pay In
terest on deposits In the savings depart'
Auction Mile nl' llonaeliolU "net
On Thursday. Oct. Mth, will be told tit
auction uud without reserve, tho entire
outfit of the Deluioulco Hotel, consisting
of Parlor. Bed-room, and Kitchen Fund.
ture, CarpetH. etc. Now Is your time for
burgalns, as every thing Is In good contii
tlon uud will potliively be sold.
1). Hahtmas, Auctioneer.
A.llnlh-y has removed to hU new
stpre room, IU Commercial uvcntie, oji
jiOfdtft Winter's Block, and next door to
the Antb engine house, where he will bo
pleased to seo all his old customer and
as many new ours.
LonlOltrbert kr.a rit-HF-fE".
Steamer Jltn Flsk, Paducab.
" City Chester. St. I.oulj.
" B. II. Cooke, Evansvlllc.
" James D. Parker. Cincinnati.
" Belle or Memphis, Memphis.
" Julia. Vlcksburg.
Tow-boat Bon Accord, Metropolis
Steamer Jim Flak, Puducah.
" City Chester, Memphis.
" B. H. Cooke, Evansvlllc.
" James D. Paiker, Memphis.
" Belle of Memphis, St. Lout'.
" Julia, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Bou Accord, St. Louis.
Gov. All-n, Cincinnati.
RIVER AMD WKATHKR.
The river last evening wai 0 feet,
10 4-0 Inches on tbe gauge, having been
stationary during the previous twenty-
The weather Is still clear and cool.
Business fair nud Improving.
-Buz" says dipt. Bill v Gracy Is dan
gerously III at Eddyvltle, Kentucky.
The Memphis transfer steamer II. C.
Nutt Is to go upon the Mound City ways
Pilot report only six feet water at
Plumb Point, nnd the same water to St.
-Pilot Mike Kelly, who 1ms been
looking nt (he river from here to Mem
phis, is In the city.
The K. M. Norton nnd barges, which
have been laid tip here for some time, are
going to try to get up the Ohio.
The Frarlessa sunk a barge of Iron
nt Twclvepole Monday morning. Bo
says the Evnnsville Courier.
dipt. Frank Stein, of the Indiana, Is
to be clerk on the Ilobt. Mltchcl the com
ing season, assisted by Al. Schraag.
Capt. Patterson aud crew came dowu
on the J. D. Parker, and will no doubt
start the C. B. Church up tho Ohio to
day. The owners ol the Llttlo Jim Reese,
lunk ut Graud Tower, intend to wreck
her and build u new hull for her ma
A letter from Capt. Fred Davis, of
the dredge boat No. 4, at Mt. Vernon,
says that he Is recovering his health
slowly, but his crew nre nearly all sick.
The hull ot the Belle Lee was
brought down to this city yesterday
from Slound City, fully repaired and
ready to be taken to her Southern home.
When tho B. II. Cooke was swing
ing out from Sinithland. day before yes
terday, Mr. Joseph Watts, of Liverpool,
England, came running dowu the bank
to get aboard. The roustabouts, mate,
captain, clerks and passengers all yelled,
aud begged him not lo attempt to come
aboard just then, as tho stage-plank was
slipping into the river, but he heroically
closed his ears to their entreaties, and
dashed ahead. Just as he was
about to step aboard, tho stage
slipped Into the river and
Mr. Wntts, who was educated in France
and does business in Liverpool, was un
ceremoniously ducked at the mouth of
Sutilhlatid ! He was Immediately rescued.
but was very wet, and concluded he
would go back home and wait for the
next packet. We hope he did not get
Wah ULrAutjitNt Urv-KMHci-oiiT, i
Oct 13, 1875. I
LOW WATCH CUA3UE.
rr. is. rr sst
Cairo u tl 0 e
Pittsburg S S S3 o
Cincinnati U X S
Umlsvillo 3 3
Nashville B 71
81 Isml 10 U 4
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducab, Shawneatown, Evant
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landing!.
The unrivalled aide-wheel steamer
D O. Fowttn Mattel
Ku. it. Thomas Lletk.
111 leave Kvausvllle for Cairo every
und'lUUHSKAY at4 o'clock p.m.
Inivei Cairo every TUKSUA V and KIUDAV.h
II o'clock . ID.
The cligtmt eide-wbeel steamer
Hex Howard Master,
WALTEU U. I'CN.NIKGTOX ..
Will leave Evannvllle for Cairo every
DAY and rill i 'A Vat 4 o'clock p.m.
Will leave Calroivery WKUMidHA undSAT
VKUAY at 0 o'clock p. m.
The ilfRint side-wbeel eteanier
for Cairo every WKDNK8-
DAY ami baI ukaii i bio p. hi. ,..,..
Liveatulro every IHUIWIJAY and SUNDA1
Kuch boat makes close connections at Cairo
with arat-class isteuniers for St. Louis, Mem
l, 111 and Now Orleans, and at Kvansvllle with
tbeK. AC. It. 11 for all points Norlb and tst,
ud with the Louisville Mull Htcanwrs ro wMl
noiuts on the, Upper Ohio, giving throuRbre
cehits ou freights and paksciifsvrs to all points
For tUrth r Information apply to
J. M. l-HILLirS,
fir I,. u. J. UKAaIMKK.
Sniwrlnteudcnt aud Ouneral Knilaht .u tut,
l'i-:i.v)0-ly. Kvaasvllle Inuuno.
U. if. UKAAl
r.,.ui .iti hv K. M.Htmrni. conimisslon
merchaul. hecictan- of the Cairo Uoavd of
Hour, nccordind lo amde
, t eo
Corn, whit, sacked
uuw, niixra -
llran, r ton
Meal, iitosra dried
Hutter, ebulce Northern
inner, cnoio r-ouwern inmui...'
Kant, tier dozen .
Caickeus, per itoim
.....92 WV33 tw
Applca, common, per barrel..
Potatoes, per Wire!
unions, pr uarrci
J0XX Amber nnd White rag stock
envelopes nt tho Bulletin office, prlntea
S3 GO and 4 00 per M.
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms nud 3,000 acres of
uulmproved Lauds In Alexander county.
-"Wluter's Block" nnd "Winter's
A large number of desirable Resi
dence, and excellent vacant Lou, suita
ble for bu'ltiess houses and rertdcuce.
Winter's Block- suitable for Hotel,
Offices or Business rooms cheap.
Teneni'-iits numbered 1. 7, 8 and 0, In
Winter's Row, 6 room each, for 10 j-er
One-half of No. 10, (corner) $12 00-7
That desirable double Cottnge on
corner of Thirteenth and Washington.
Flue two story brick on Commercial
avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
street, rttltablo for Dwelling and Bust
ness. Upper floor of building next to Com
mercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small Houses west of Twenty-ii-coud
Mreet, near Pine, 4 each per
Dwelling House on Twciitu, near
Walnut, 6 rooms, for S12 per month.
Bu:liu-33 botnc on Lcvcc, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man ii Co.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lota on Levcc, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots in dlflerciit
Lauds, la trncte to suit, near Cairo.
Largo stock ladles' furnishing good j,
to be sold very cheap at C. Hanny'i?.
Don't fall to see that handsome line
of Ladies' Tics nnd IMbbons at .!. Burger
Wc nre now selling bargains in
whlto shirts, also in all styles of gent's
furnishing goods. Hr.iiJino.v & Wm.
Our Domestic Department is complete
in all Its details, and will bo sold cheaper
than ever. J. liunoKit & Co.
Large stock of woolen good?, flan
nels, llnseys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, at C. Hanny s.
For Embroideries and Laces, go to J.
Burger Co.'e, No. 121 Commercial ave
Large stock clothing to bo sold out
without reserve, at C. HannyV.
It. Jones, tho Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to bu found in tho city.
Ladles, misses and children's under
wear at very low prices ut J. Burger &
Wc received this week u large sup
ply of overcoats of all descriptions, aud
otter great Inducements. Hkuuuox &
The finest stock of dress good3. con
sisting ot Cassiuien-s, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplins, at J. Bur
ger & Co.'s. 124 Commercial avenue.
Large stock gents' lurulshiug goods
at very low prices, at C. Hauuy's.
Fur great bargains in Flannels, call
on J. Burger & Co. They have the best
assorted stock lu the city, and sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
Wo have on hand 2,000 yards ot
remnants ol calico which we otter at six
cents a yard. Ukiluuon & W eil.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, ut C. Hanny's.
It you waul a good Custom-made
lady's or mUs's shoo call on .1. Burger
Large stock of carpcta, oil cloths aud
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C
A very large assortment of German-
town yarn, Herman zephyrs, anu every
article appertaining to this depart m ut
In nil shades unci colors, at J. Burger A
C'igrTII ALEXANDER COUNT!
BANK WILL PAY IXTEHEST ON
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DK
PAH l'MEN r.
Large stock of domestic prints, mus
lins, and tickings, at low prices, nt C.
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping house, to their large
dock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloth3. This Is their first season in that
line, and nre confident of suiting all In
the latest designs.
BIO INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, T
COWPERTI1WAIT it PHILLIPS'.
Shawls and Cloaks of nil the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
thicst. if. Burger & Co. liavo paiu par
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to undersell any house In tho
city. Call and be convinced.
Wc will not bo undersold by any
body hi tho linn of clothing, us wo oicr
such bargains that will induco the
closest buver to purchase. Como and
look at our stock and he convinced
Hv.ii.nnoN &, Weil. 112 and 111 Com
A series of lecturer under the auspi
ces of the members of tho Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will be held alter
nately tit the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstalu churches. Tho following la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Oct. 5, Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
13, Mrs. W. R. Smith.
" 10, Rev. Charles A. Gilbert.
20, Mrs. II. Wardner.
Nov. 3, Prof. O. O. Alvord.
" 0, Dr. G. U. Porker.
" 10, Dr. II. Wardner.
" Q3, (To ho filled).
" 29. Dr. Win. It. Smith.
Dec. 6, MUs Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Wm. H. Green.
31, .Mr. O. O. Alvord.
C. C. E. Goss, See''.
By order of Eswitlvo Committee.
A desirable cottage for ...... , .
'''fr,1"1' N-1"". m1 pant y, cor"r
Division afreet and Wnrtm
Enquire of J. Q. Harman orJhn O'Cnt.
lahaii, comer Fourteenth Mrect nnd
levee, Cnlro, III.
Hcllbron & Well's Is the only place ri
town where you can find a complete Una
of babies' cloaks, babies' robe?, babies'
merino hnwl, babies' bonnets, and In
fact everything In the baby Un?.
I rr !.
A No. 1 New Trading Boat ; cottntcn
and shelving all complete ; 60 feet long,
14 Tcet beam. Will be sold at u bargain
If called tor soon. Hr.sar SAveiw.- .
10-0-2W 05 Ohio Levee, Cairo,.!!!.
Trimmed nnd uiitrlmmcd Imt-j, wrap,
per mid dresses, nnd hi fact everything
lu that line can be found nt tlip lowest
rate nt Hellbron & Well's.
A Flue Nforh.
Wm. Khlcrs desires to Inform iiU pat
rons nnd the public generally, that he has
now on hand a largo stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and .Morocco, and h
prepared to mauutacture, for store nnd
olUcc wear, thu finest of Morocco or Calt
Skin Mhoea or Hoots; and for farmer?,
draymen and out-door wcargenerally, his
French Kip stands nbovu anything ever
oiTcivd In till) marker. His Lusts nre of
thu latcu styles, nnd he can guarantee n
tit iiudsntMiitloii to nil his patron.'.
At the 1!ulli:tin bindery 13 number,
houud In two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; eoU $4 1 ; for i-nle tit $40.
Obstaoles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from the
effect of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood retorctl. Impediments to .Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New nnd remarkable remedies.
Books nnd Circulars cent free. In scaled
envelope". Addres Howard rocla
tlon, 410 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Itiitluttton having n high repu
tation for honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. S-21-d&w.1ni
B ( i
Tntl-Oltr of the conililloii of the Cil
Ik tlonul llank. at Cnlro. In the State
not, ut lhcclo- ofl)tnlnc, Oct. lit, It'.i,
Loam and dl-counts ,Hl,'Jtl 11
U (i. lVinds to M-ciire ctreulatlon-..- imvooco
Utberatocks bonatanti moltRaRcn..,
uue nrom uppruvHi reierie aatcnis....
Duu from other National IUnkiN......
Hue Irom autc imiiKo aii'i umKti'H-...,
Ik-il eiitute, nmilturr and ll.xturea......
Ciirrtnt exptn-'Ca and Use- uld
ClivckD ami other cash itirui
Illll.i ofollierAutloiml Hunks -
t'mctlonal ciirrcnc) (lnchillnpr.ulck!ei
ik-cIu tiiiciiiuniK koui ircn-iiry noit.i
Krdt million fund with U 8. Iream-
rcr ( icr cent, ol circuiuuoni
Imo l'rom V.s. tteaiurer, lhcr tban
A pel cent, redemption lund
Ciipltul utoclt vald In
. -,IKX1 IO
othir undivided iirotit
Nnltonntbunk iiulc oiitstaniltng
Individual ilvHMlts .10et l check..
Due to other Aullonui Iwiukn-.
Due to state t:tuk.i unci tunkrra
CO, C-l 40
Total .8 IW.UUl i'l
State of llliiiols, County of Alexander ai.
I, A. H. Saffonl, Cushler of tlio nlwvo
named bank, do solemnly nwcur that the above
atutemt-iit U true lo the beat of my knowledge
nnd belter A. II. aAKt'OUJ, Cashier.
Sulmcrtbcd and xwornto before me thiinih
day of Oeto.titr, IW, If. H CANDLK,
ii i. i . ,
U. I). WILi.lAJt'ON. Dlrcctoi.
It. it. CUN.MMiHAM. )
"DKVOUT of the condlllon of the Alexander
LV County Hank, outbe ut oaday In October,
Loans and dUconnU
lute fnnii other bauksand baukeri.
L'aab on hand
... A, W0 CO
... 3,599 Si
... 7,731 VO
... 2,3J C7
A' ,2 87
... 17,I3 17
. . a,7W TO
CsplUl stock (CO.CO ' pdd It)....
Uuto be- bank and banker! ...
oilier u.iuiiiriei -
We. Frcdolin Uross I'rea Idea t. and II. MclU.
rashler, ol'tlieuite ualiirtl bank du aolrmuly
swrar that Ite nboc ataiement la true, to Die
beat of our kuowlcdueand Mlef.
I" UiiUSS Prenldcot.
II. WKLLS.Cu-hlcr. , .
.-uln crib, d nnd sworn to before me Ibis cth
day al October, 175.
Thli ,ir.Mi;iriliin li now nckiionledxed t,i bo
fupeaur to nil known ivmctllei lor the treat
ByphilUs in nil its StngPB. Sorofti-
IOUB AUUUUUUD, viimwm.v
ocrs, Enlnrgomont of toe
Eipectal'y In Sj-plultlo dlwasca. lu which It
luu! many, xv lien kIvcu un w hoe by
eminent jiliyu-ln It Is entirely eKetabie.
o clmngo til niei la reiimnM mm cnu ik uwi
in connection with other medlclnw, It the jxi-
' Mi't" imy part of tho Unltat States byc-in-eii,
free Irom observation.
N 11. ample'iiBcVaK sent toanv part of the
United StatiM, on n-celptoi , A"'""'!.
1) It SlU.HM.VN.
S03 North Sixth 6triKt, Ht- LouU Mo
ILL be received at my olUce between the
hnur of 'Jo'dock it. 111., aim & o'clock
p m , until Monaay, ucioiHirinn, iBiJ.ioriut
nlablna the material or doltiif tlwwork, orbolh,
for Ibe construction und reconstruction of cer
tain alilewalka muter OrillnancoNo. Ill ap
iinivedMiiicmlHra h, lb7J. hold Onllnanc i
subject to vkaiulnat.on ut any time at ur offlce.
WM. fHF.NCII AXLLx .
Caiho, Uis., Oct. 7th, 175. City Clerk.
DIVORCES legslly oktalnttl for incl''
blllty. etc. ml lew unneeesjryi
decrca. Addr i. O. box l". Cblco, IU.
L. D. THOMS,
And itealer in
ITAVLI ARB TACY
m otmntoiAi ATiiftn.