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ASUAI.ON I.ODUK, NO. SI,
KnUliM nl I'yllilus, mcttsrwry Krl
day night ut tmlr-iaj( set en, in 0M
rYllimit' Hull .Inii. II Uossmah,
ALI'.XANDKIl I.ODOi:, NO, '.'.'I.
llii('H iilrlit Order or odd-Fellow,
nusis eery 'lliiirwlny nllit
at liufr-iiuHt H.'ti ii. Iii their null on
lloiriini rclal in mill', Muien filtli iihJ Scrcntli
strefls, 'l' .1 . KtiiTll, N. (I.
1A1IIO CNCAMI'.MKNT, I. O. O. K., nn .In
OHiOiM-Fellim' Mall on Hi.; nrnlimd llilnl
Immlajr in every liionlh, ut liuirHMl lew 11.
.Imi, II, OiikiiI.y, C. 1.
XV (.WHO I.OIKii:. NO.IER.A.K. A A. M.
Ilolil ictfiilur culiiliiilhirnliiilM III !
CjfTroiili' Hull, eorner ColiniieM I II ineinie
' Viml I3kMIi strut, on tin- (icoinl mul
oiirtti Mini. In v of em Ii iiiiiiiIIi.
Thl U a new style of plottiro now ho
Inj; produced by Win. Winter, the nrtM,
of tills clly. These pictures nic ciralln
much Iiitirt In all tln principal EaMern
and Western r;itlti, lxiti nllojrt'tlicr now.
They arc unlike jiliotoraplt-', liclno;
ral-ed and lcaiit!(ully cnainctcd over the
entire surlaec, soil In tone, but distinct in
the lights; and Miadc. No one who fwd
tlietn IiiIId loadiulri! tlicui, or to jflvo the
artist an order. Wo have been hown a
number of picture" of well-known ladles
nnil jrr-iitlciiicn of tin; elty, and have no
hesitation In tironouiifluztlicm iicrfcctly
Milendid. We would Ihvf i advi-e all
who take Interest In such lift, cr or dc
hit c pictures, to call upon .V". "Winter at
ids gallery and examine lity vorl. In Ibis
new branch of the shadow-capuirliii; ait.
l.mils llei lierl tin- IT I.m:N I'.!'..
Iliin'l I'oruel !
If you want tinware, stove, etc. .that A.
Ilalley ha- changed hU place ofbuslnef
mid can now be found at II." ( 'onnnercial
avenue, next door to the A rib engine
house, hcie ho will be pleaded to see
you and give you bargains a of old.
I'cr.-ons liaIugclsterns needing iuuii
ing out and repairing can have it done
proiuitly and at prices to Milt the times,
by calling on .1. ,S. Hawkins, Cro" street.
I haye ii man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. H-lG-lf.
cry body to know that the place to Kcl
A smooth slmve,
A I'ooil shampoo,
A fi-hlonable lialr-cUt,
Or niiythtiu; in that line,
I-, at tin.- Or.ANH Cemii.u. llAitnint--nor,
comer Klhth ami Commercial.
tt-b-tf J. (IKMUOK SfKINIIOl'SK.
l'II.Si:.M:it ill l.oiiln llcrl.i rC.
to?" Dr. .Sherman, the great .Special
ist, WJ North Sixth street, ha galneil an
enviable n piilatloii In the siieedy manner
In which lie treaN all cbrouic dUcae.
See advertNcment for his great Syphilitic
Kradiealor, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. !i-Is-lyr.
liilcrot on lli iill.
The Altxtimltr Cuunly Hank trill jmy In
lrrri( on tUjiotiti in the turinyn tli)trl
...ii.m ..r ll....... lal
('. Koch ha removed his boot aiyJ1
snoe simp iroiu uio uiu -i:iiin hi iii
new brick building (one block below).
No. !"0 Commercial avenue, between
l ilth and Sixth street", where he will
keep the best Inline made and St. I.oui
custom made boots and shoe, made of
the best material ; good workmanship
and in the latct style-. All order
promptly attended to. '.i.'.M-tf.
I'll.sKNKU at l.ouls lleibeit'-.
T Hie Ollells ut t'alro.
I would inform my many friend-, that 1
tin still In the auction lm-lnc", ami reaily
to attend to all sale- lliat may oiler. .My
long cxpiTicncu in this biislue-s need- no
coinuii'iit it is no experiment on my part,
ami parlies entrusting L'ood to m euro
need not be afrabl, as 1 am no 'Mpilb" or
noIcc In the business.
Special attention glcn to real cstatu snd
oill-door -ales, as I hsvu never missed mak
ing u eale. 1. ll.uu.MAN, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and i.'ounncri'lal A v.
llcllcious-l,II.Si:.i;i(..iil 1. mils Her.
A No. I l.iiunili'y.
it in now oonecded that Mr-. Coleman,
tiio liumlrc-s, No. Ii 1'ourth street, he
tweeii Washington .V Coniiuereial avenues,
Ins one of tUu be-t conducted laundry s
tablisluncnts in the city, and landlords ot
liotols and boarding bou-es will llinl It to
tlmlr r.dvaiitago to call tipou
Her prices aro as follow-: Hotel
lioardliiir-liousc wa-lilng, 75 cents
do.en. Koi piece work prices
us lollowa: ."inglo sldit and
I ir, lOi'i por ilozen SOej ocks Dc; two
larn, ric; two handUcrchlels, fie; vests 'JOc;
Mid all gcntlcinon'x wear, N)e. per
do.cn. ladles dresses, 25 to oOc;
skirts 10 to '20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair ho-o Be; two collar-5 to 10k. For la
dles' plain clothes ?1 00 per docn; lor la
iIIch lluu clothes, fl 1!5 per dozen; done
drouiptly, and promptlv delivered. I 'a.
trnnagu Hollclted. S-UI-lm
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsh,
valued at ?,S5. Will ho sold at fJO dis
count, on good tonus, mid ordered direct
from tho factory.
Colored ami mounted .Maps ot the
oily of Cairo at 2 W) each (halt price.)
A No. !) WIIoii Shuttle. Sewing Ma
chine, valued at $75. Will be. sold at $15
illscount, and ordered direct from thu
A $90 Kcnilnglon Sowing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoo inaiiufactuier.
"Ficturesiiuo America" IS numbers
bound in 2 volume, lull gilt Morocco;
A stylo "K," "Clougli, Wnrrcn &
Co,V l'urlor Organ, right from thu fac
tory at Detroit. I.Ut price, $:K). Will
bo sold for $200.
A now two-liorso Gumblu wagon.
For any of tho abovo urtlcluo, tipply at
tltQ UUlLJiTIN Oltta'. K, A. UlIJtNlM't'.
lairs or Aiivi.it i i.si.m;.
U-AII hill tor u'lu-rlhln, aicilupiiml piiy
alilr.lN Al AM K
'linilil-nt lelveitlslncwill be inserted ut lliv
rale uf l () per i,iiiare lortlie first lii'ertlon
iindlVli cut for each iili'iiiiii nt one. A liberal
discount Mill lie made on nlaii'lliiK mul display
lienl nolieei, litMnet or utlirrtvNr, III If
thuwd leu ent per line for Hie tint mul lire
rents lor e.u li nililltliuial Insertion, (oilllllinK
Ihe Hum mul tii(V.ml) a ilirmnt will be nude
after ihlril Insertion.
(.'lunch, .Nirlety, Fi-stival ami Slipper notices
will only lie I ii hi In I hi mhurtl-i'iiirnt
for liucrtliiK Funeral imtlie tl eo. Notice of
ineetliifr orocli'lle or seciel onlen M rtiitu for
No iKltertbrnient will Ik- itcIciI at tot than
n-Aiinounc(imntii 10 ensh Invuria
bly 111 udvunLct. No excepttoun to tills
Kill Tltl'.ASl IIKII.
I'IiItor IlLl.tl rl.H I'ltBse iinnolinre Wll, A.
Ill; I I.MAN as ii rantliilule lortlieolliceol'l.oiiiiiy
'I le:illlcr uliil Ai.eslur ut Die iiimiIiik Nolem
We are uillliirl?e-l to iinnolinre JOHN A.
ItKKV h a candidate liir tlieoltiie of County
Tleinrer mid -Wnnor, at the uisiiinp Noliin
Iwreliction. We me niiiliiirUeil to nnnoiince .JOHN 1
IlKI.Yas HCiinilMiite lor I oilnl) 'liuieuierat tlie
ruining Nueinb?r election
VVeate ntillioriied lu unnonnie Ilic name of
(iKOUU ,V. xA.MMONsj. of I ie n-s. as can
ilMnle fur Hie otUcenf ( tinly ( oiiiiounloiitr of
.Meanuvrciuuiy at niv oiiiuiiii iieciem.
FKIDAV, OCTOHi:i If 2, 1S70.
Local tVeullier lteirl.
C'AlltO, I Lb. i Oct. i!t,ts7.',.
Tlir. Wish I Vbb. I Wcatii.
m .it i
A l ook VVlillti'il.
A good cook wanted immediately
the Itfi.i.KTi.v ollice.
The weather still continue? delight
tul. City Attorney Mack is having lots
of Icl-urc time now.
The chiil-pad man has conic to town,
and Sam Poster is happy.
Choice, cranberries at the New
.Iinlge Mrd remained undisturbed in
his police, court all day yc-terday.
.Milton Nobles made his lirt appear
ance at the Atheiicuin lat night.
The police caught no one violating
tho city ordinances on Wedne-day night.
John Clancy has Improved his store
room, corner of Commercial and Twelfth
lohii (J. Harmon has another real
estate auction on his hand-, for the 23id
Von can fave 20 per cent. by. buying
your boys' winter boots and shoes of U.
tlaythoru A; Co.
-'I In-AU-xiiiiiler t'oinil Hunk nlll
.ij liilerenl nil leiiill In Hi,. ,.
lilts ll-illl llllelll.
Tho council held another meeting last
light to hear the reading of the icvised
A big nutting party is being gotten
up to lake a day's pleasure some time du
ring Hie coming week.
it should not be forgotten that .Mrs.
Ur. Wardncr lectures before the Library
A-ociation on Tuesday evening, at tho
Pelts one of the parlies implicated
in tho robbery of Uoldstine dc Kosenwu
tet's store a few days ago, still continue
to run at large.
Mr. It. I'. Parker has purclia-cd a
line .-pan of mules, harnc-s and a wagon.
uid piopo-cs lllllng his lot on Thirteenth
slieet within a lew davs.
Tho-o, who need whiter boots should
call on It. .loncs.. Commercial avenue.
Ill-stock ol Fivnch and Domestic calf
skin- Is the best in the market.
Miss Thompson and Miss I Soger
will leave thU morning tor a short vlit to
Kvaiisvillc, la the Cairo it Vinceiines
-.lu-t received and for sale by Mathu's
A L'ld, No. GM Ohio l.evee, 20,000 iioltnds
Uacon bide.-, Shoulders and Hums.
Frank Howe took Ids depart tiro from
Cairo on board tho City of Che.-ter, for
Natchez, on Wednesday evening. Ho
will remain absent for about one month.
Mayor Winter took a trip to Vin
ceiines on Wednesday, and there saw the
property ot the Ayiuar Circus Company
sold for the sum of nine hundred and
Tho work on tho Cairo it Vinceiines
railroad company's incline piano was
lluished yesterday about noon. The llrst
car was to have passed oyer it some time
dining the afternoon.
The funeral of little Friuler Cunning
ham took place yesterday morning at
half-past nine o'clock. It was attended
by a large number of the friends of the
The Illinois Central railroad com
pany's par car paid Cairo a visit on Wed
uesday, and replenished the purses of the
men In their employ in this elty.
Phil Howard has sold out his busi
ness to Walters, the F.ightli street butcher.
Ho propose starting again, however, at
the same business, In a short time.
Mr. .1. A. Jones and family will leave
Cairo to-day for their lutiiro home lu
Louisville, Kentucky, where Mr. Jones
has accepted a position under onu of the
railroads running Into that city.
Tho Chicago Inter-Occun says : "lion,
John H. Obeiiy, of Cairo, Illinois tirand
Master of the Illinois I, O. O. F was ten
dered a banquet by the Odd-Fellows at
their hall last evening."
SheiilV Iryiu brought back to tills
clly yesterday, one of the parlies Impli
cated hi the robbery ot Goldstlno & Ho
senwater's store, a few days ago, mid
lodged him lu tho county Jail.
The pay car of the Cairo it Vlu
cenue.s railro.id company will leave Cairo
this morning for Its regular monthly trip
over the load, lor the purpose of paying
Mr. A. It. Woodhrldgc, ol Chicago,
Is in the city, vMting his mother and
Dr. Falrchlld, of Cincinnati, agent ut
large for Hobnail's ague pad, Is stopping
at the St. Charles Hotel.
A few more Broadway hats at $1 CO,
for tale by O. llaythoni & Co.
-Mr. P. W. Barclay will leave Cairo
this evening for Chicago, wiiere lie will
attend :i meeting of the Grand Com
inandery of Knights Templar, to be held
In that clly some time during the week.
Mr. I'edmau, who wouldn't run lor
county treasurer and usesur If be didn't
think he would be elected, took a trip
Into the county ycterday to look after
the welfare of the dear people residing
lu the rural dlstilcts.
New hams and breakfast-bacon at the
New Vork Store.
Messrs. Jim Phlllls Jewett Wllco
and Dr. Di Ing will follow Mr. P. W.
Barclay to ( hlcago on Monday, to attend
the meeting ot the grand coiiiuiauileiy o'
Knights Templar, to be held there next
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday were II. W.
Brown, of Ulehinoud, Virginia ; A. W.
Dade, of Philadelphia ; A. Slater or Cin
cinnati ; S. D. Kennedy, of Oweusboro,
Kentucky, and D. W. Falrchlld, ol Cin
New goods opened every day by U,
Hay thorn it Co.
And now comes another tale ol mis
placed confidence. .Mrs. (Jalliicy, pro
plietress ol a hotel in the lower part of
town, ha had some one in her employ
who, a lew days ago, managed to get a
"bonana" of home kind Into his hands,
and then took his departure without giv
ing any one notice of ids intention.
For eork-'oled boots or shoes go to
I. Jones, ih; Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. He is a llrst-class work
man and never falls to please.
J. Burger A Co. have now on hand
the mod elegant stock ol 2 and .'J button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
are determined to 'ell them at remark
Kidder and llellder, agents for A. 11.
rtothchlld it Company's circus and mc-
nagarle, are busy arranging for the com
ing of their show, next Wednesday. In
consideration of the (act that the concern
I to go Into winter quarters here, these
gentlemen have asked that the license re
quired ol them bo donated by the city, as
they have always been extended this
courtesy wheicvir they have stopped lor
West Brothers' shoes, for misses and
children's wear, aro the best in the
world. For sale onlv bv O. Ilavtborn
A. II. Kotlr-idld t Co' Koyal Vic
toria Circus and Menagerie will vl-lt
Cairo next Wednesday. After the com
pany have given two performances it will
be disbanded and the stock of the concern
put Into wilder quarter- in tills city. The
company owns one hundred and forty
horses be'lde thirteen cages of animals
which require the services of thirty men
to look alter them. No tdace has yet
been secured for them, but the agent de-
Sire- to locate the quarters In tho upper
part of town.
Large Mock clothing to be sold out
without rc.-crve. at C. Danny's.
The luneral ceremonies of the little
son nl Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Cunningham,
which took place at the family residence
yesterday morning, were attended by a
irge number of the friends and acquaint
ance, ol the allllcted parents. Little
Frazlcr was a child of remarkably bright
and active mind, and his early death
has made a void in the home and heart
ot Ids parents which indeed will never be
filled. P.cv. Mr. George of the Metho
dist church conducted the -ervlec-, ex
tending the only cumulation possible to
the bereaved family. The remains were
taken by special train nt half-past ten, a.
in., to Beech Grove cemetery.
We have on baud a good stock of
youths' and boys' eu-tom-mado Cloth
ing, that we will clo-e out at less than
cost. O. IIavthoiin A Co.
Tlie readers of the Bui.lkti.v have
been handed a little hook entitled "The
Knetny in the Air," also a little circular
with Cincinnati and other testimonials,
setting forth the wondetiul power llol
inan's Ague and Liver Pad has over tho
liver both by an Internal action and an
absolvent, the liver being the scat of all
dl-ea-cs of a billions character (too nu
merous to mention) and malaria lu every
lorm. Dr. Falrcliild comes fully endors
ed personally troni many standard mer
chants lu Cincinnati, and a long array
ot testimonials, of what this simple but
ellectlve remedy is accomplishing. The
Doctor will be at the reception rooms at
thu St. Charles to-day and to-morrow,
between tho hours of 2 to 5 and 7 to t) p.
in., where ho will be pleased to confer
with the allllcted
Ito Itcliiilics Ilic Sun" .Man,
for thu Hiilletln.
Grant what the Am says to be true, that
"the Cairo ,t St. Louis railroad is hound
to tho City Property Company, and the
Property Company to the Illinois Central
railroad and tho citizens to protect the
levees," what of that?
Neither of the corporations aro moving
hi Hie matter, and yet, us Davis well
knows, the bank Is crumbling and the
protection grows weaker all the time.
The article surely docs moan that the
people ot Cairo will liavo to protect their
own property, and the sooner they awake
to a knowledge of the fact the better.
"Index" has as much to lose by the de
struction of the city as the average eltl
7.cu ; hut can read through tho printer's
Ink the business of the man who, Instead
of urging some measure for the public
good, covers his utter lack of thought
by insinuations against the Trustees and
President of the railroad company.
Out upon such a caullng hypocrite,
who, lu time of real danger (professing
to be for the best interest of !ho commu
nity lu which he lives), advises and urges
non-action when the most active efforts
to avert the danger can only prove sue
echini. From the tenor ol the article It
would appear he has more inteiest in
crippling the Cairo A St. Louis lallroad
lu this community than lu the protection
of our city.
The suggestion of non-actloii by Ihe
-Siot N as brilliant as the thoughts of the
man who, know lug his neighbor's house
to boon lire said It was no concern of
bis; the Insurance company, to protect
thciiielyos wero bound to put It out,
ami hence protect his properly. But the
council, Willi the scintillations of the Sun
fully before them, have appointed pro
per committees to protect the lece, and
the Sun' levee luminary may now be ex
amined ;with smoked glae without
All O. Ii.
Cuito it Sr. Louis Kaii.uo.ui Company,
C-wito, III., Oct. 20, 1S75.
The trains of the Cairo ,t St. Louis
liailroad continue to run regularly
to their depots hi the city. No
trains have been slopped outside the city
lu consequence of the "wash lu the
levee." All statements made to the con
srary have been made without reference
to the fact'. Trains on this road run
regularly to and from corner of Commer
cial aveiniu and Second street, and from
the Fnlght IIoue, coiner ofJeU'erson
avenue anil Fourth stteet. I here is tlo
danger whatever to the trains on this
road through the encroachment! of the
Mississippi river on tho Cairo levee.
Agt. C'.it St. L. B. 1!
Caiiio, III., Tiiuhsiuy Kvkni.vo, 1
The weather still continues clear and
cool. The sun hone down quite warm
during the middle of to-day, and quite a
breee prevailed till toward sunset.
Haiti 1 what is needed in the city, to re
plenish the cisterns, but we are not pre
pared to speak for the farmers a3 regards
There Is no change to note in the mar
kets, since our last report, either way.
Tho transactions in flour have been
pretty fair, but no change in prices;
stocks aru largo and accumulating.
Choice timothy hay is in fair request, but
common is dull. There Is nothing doing
In corn ; the market U dull and Inactive.
Transactions In oats are "played out ;"
plenty on hand, but no demand for them
whatever. The stock of meal on hand is
small, and thu demand correspondingly
so. Strictly choice butter Is scarce, but
there is a fair supply of medium on hand.
Kggs are quiet enough come in to meet
the demand. Choice apples aru in good
demand poor qualities hard to sell.
Other articles quoted below.
tSf'Our friends should bear lu mind
that the prices here given are u-ually for
sales from lir.-t hands lu round lots, lu
lllllng orders and for broken lots It Is nec-e--ary
to charge an advance over these
The market rules about the same. as at
Ihe opening of Ihe week. Transactions
have been fair, and at price as previou-ly
given. We note sales of 300 barrels Jl 75
(2,0 75 ; UOO bat tels $4 75(2,0 7i ; 50 bar
rels St 20(5 00; l,000bariels ellyJC 00
(&7 50; 500 barrels on orders S-t !KJ;
U00 barrels on orders $5 00(a;7 00. "
There is u lull-demand forehoico mixed
or timothy .and very little ottering. Com
mon i plenty and hard to sell. Seven
teen dollars ate outside figures on to
day's transactions. Sale, were 1 car good
mixed delivered $17 ; 1 car mixed dellv
ered SIC 50; 2 car- choice timothy dellv
credit; 1 car mixed delivered $15; 3
car choice mixed delivered 10.
the market i unchanged, and not
much doing. Receipts are small and
stocks very light. We note silcs ol 2 cars
mixed lu bulk, on track, 50 cents ; 2 cars
white in bulk, on track, 5-J cents.
Nothing at all doing. Theie is a fair
supply of all kinds In market no de
mand. We note sales of 1 ear Northern
mixed in 'acks, delivered, -13 cents.
Stocks are light but there is no demand.
Prices are quoted nominally, 3X10
for city and $2.S5 lor couutrv steam
Very quiet. The market Is well sup
plied and nothing doing. We note sales
ol'l car in sacks delivered, $10.
Strictly choice Northern butter Is scare
and in demand. The small quantity hi
market U held for higher figures. Me
dium grades aro In large supply and dull.
Boll butter is not wanted. Sales were
500 pounds choice Northern, IlOe; 10
buckets choice .Southern Illinois, 27c; 5
buckets choice Southern Illinois, 25o ; 5
buckets Southern Illinois 20c; 0 palls
choice Northern, 2Se ; 100 pounds choice
The market N quiet and supplies aro
ample for the demand, yet there Is no
surplus oUcrnig. Sales were 5 cases, 20e;
200 do.cn, 20c.
Turkeys arc in some demand at $7(20.
Chickens are in fair supply and very
light demand. Sales were: 3 coops small
young chicken-, $2 25 ; 2 coops turkeys,
$7(a,0 ; 2 coop- hens, $tf 35.
The demand for choice lu largo barrels
continues hi excess of tho supply. Com
mon aro plenty mid dull. Sales were:
CO bbls mixed. $2 50(i)2 00 ; 50 bbls
mixed, $2 50,3; 15 bbls common, $1 50.
Tho niaiket Is fairly supplied and
movement small. Sales were: 10 bbls at
A desirable cottage for rent, with two
lot.-, good cistern, three rooms, with din
ing room, kitchen, and pantry, corner
Division street and Washington avenue.
Kuqtilio of J. (. Ilarman or Thu O'Cal
lahau, corner Fourteenth street and
levee, Cairo, 111. 10-13-Ut
Port 1. 1st.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Padticah,
" Sllverlhorn, Kvansvllle.
" Tensas. Louisville.
" St. Joseph, .Memphis.
Tow-boat Petrel, St. Louis.
" Greyhound. St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Padueah.
" Silverthorn, Kvansvllle.
" Tenas, South.
" St. Jos,.ph, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Petrel, South.
K. M. Norton, Ohio.
" Greyhound, Metropolis
ntVKIl, WKATIIKtt AMI iifst.i:ss
The river at dark was 7 feet 7 1-5
Inches on tho guage, having fallen I 1-5
Inches dining thu previous 21 hours.
The weather Is clear and lias turned
Business continues fair.
Will a. Hays was at Pittsburg on the
The Grey hound took a barge to Me
tropolis to be loaded with lumber.
The llrst transfer of cars between the
Cairo A Vinceiines and Cairo, Arkansas
and lexas roads was made yesterday
The Silverthorn brought out a fair
trip of freight, Including one Item of tlf-
teen hound dogs destined Tor New Or
leans. The Grey Eagle and Morning Star
have resumed their places lu the Louis
illo and Henderson trade, which rules
out the T. T. Hillmaii and Vint Sbliiklc.
The Tensas arrived all O. K. night
before lust, having suU'ered no Injury
while aground tho statement of thu
Thnnilu linker to the contrary notwith
standing. Wliile the transfer of express goods
was being made day before yesterday, by
some misfortune a small Adams express
safe, from the C. A. it T. road, slipped
Into the liver. Diver Al. Burrls went
down alter It yesterday.
A dispatch from Capt. Hicks, at
Chester, brought the gratifying news
that the Mary Hell would arrive here du
ring last nignt, and our people will there
fore get the long-wlslicd-lbr peep at her
-The St. Louis IleimblUan says:
James Montague and George Clark are
piloting tho tow-boat Ed. Nobles, now
coming out or the Ohio. Pilot Tom Al
len has shipped as mate on the Fauchon.
a new Southern packet.
Mr. Jones, formerly agent of the
Star Union Line, moved his family by
tho steamer James Fisk, yesterday even
ing, to Jollcrsoiivllle, Indiana, where he
proposes to locate. Mr. Jones and family
ly have a great many friends in this city
who will sadly miss them.
A Pittsburg telegram says: The
grand jury has returned ten bills for per
jury against Captains W. S. Evans, S. B.
CouNon and John B. Dallas on the oath of
W. J. Kountz and W. D. Spiking. The-e
suits grew out of tho controversy rela
live to the Missouri river transportation
Louisville Courier-Journal. IP: (.'apt.
John Cannon, of the famous Hubert E.
Lee, left by rail last evening lor his homo
in r raiiKiort. lie lias oceu here lor sev
eral days, contracting with the Howards
lor a new uoat lor the Lee's machinery.
Capt. Cannon Is greatly Improved lu
health and looks very well.
Vlcksburtr JlmiM 10: John T. Held,
liver reporter of the Monitor, better
known as "Jack Held," died at bis lodg
ings at the Trowbridge house yesterday
morning, alter a short illness. Poor
Jack was a good boy lu the proner ac
ccptation ol that term, and was well
liked by everyone who knew him. He
had :ilw:iv :i fund of L'ood humor nu
hand, ami was pleasant and agreeable
under all circumstances. Our cotemnor-
ary will miss his services and we shall
miss his good humor.
The Memphis Avalanche savs
"Skills are the only mode ot conveyance
between President's Island and Ibis citv
They bring a couple ot bales of cotton to
the city, manned by two or three dark
ies in each trail craft and It takes a sight
of them to do the work. Last winter
we iiad a small steamer lu the trade ; the
vessel enjoyeii a lucrative trainc.
WaU DEI'AIITlltNT. lilVtH lUrOHT,
Oct til, 1673.
LOW WATKII, CIIASOi:.
IT. IN. ft. IX.
C'ttiro 7 S
1'lttsburK 3 5
1,'hichiiiutt U 0 7
Louisville A tl 9
Niuhvllle a C -J
St, IajuIs a t 0 u
Heilbron it Well's is the only place in
town where you can Hud a complete Hue
of babies' cloaks, babies' robes, babies'
merino shawls, babies' bonnets, and hi
fact everything in the baby line.
Trimmed ami uutrimmcd hats wrap
pers and dresses, and lu fact everything
In that line can be found at the lowest
rates at Heilbron & Weil's.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cults) Milhout 1 ml 11 or hieuim'iik'iu'f, iityour
limnc hi lUiUiys Mfilli'iiH's Tor 11 rat ttuec nl'
iivntuiriit st'iit 1'ii'cto uny miliums 1111 reuitof
llu'dollur.s. Mate amount used dally.
Aildrt-d,, t II. lll'UIIAItl), 11. I).
Malinger St. I.ouls lueliiiiite llvspttid,
Oakc-llll OliveMieet, St. Louis,
Drunkenness Cured !
Without liu'oiivcnli'iue, nt your liome, Anti
dote sent free to nliy uiMress 011 ifoelpt of one
K. II. 1IUII1IAUI), M. I).
MuiiiiK'i'i'St. I.011U Inebriate llodplil.
Olllce-Ull Olive Slivet, St, Louis.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy rcllel lor young men from tho
effect of Errors and Abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. Now method of treat
ment. Xuw and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, In sealed
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion, 111) X. Xlntli street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having 11 high repu
tation tor honorable conduct mid profes
sional skill. S-21-dvtwJui
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lauds in Alexander county.
-"Winter's Block" mul "Winter's
A large number ol desirable Kes
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and residences
Winter's Block suitable Tor Hotel,
Olllces or Utisne rooms cheap.
Tenement numbered 4, 7, 8 and 0, In
Winter's How, ft rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner). $12 50 -7 room?.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
A desirable Cottage on Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
I'pper Moor of building next to Com
mercial (Wavcrly) hotel.
Two small Houses w et of Twenty
second strvct, tifitr Pine, $1 each por
Dwelling house on Twellth, near
Walnut, C rooms, for $12 per mouth.
Business house 011 Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man t Co.
FOH LEASE OH SALE.
number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits Also
a large number of other Lots In tllllerent
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
CHOICE PROPERTY AT AUCTION.
Rnre Opportunity !
The undersigned will oiler at public
auction, on the premises, on Saturday,
the 23d day of October, A. D. 1875, the
following de-irablo property, situated on
the north side of Fifth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
and next to the residence or I. Walder.
Lots 35 and 30, lu Block 53, city or
The Improvements on these lots con
Tho Ont-.tory I'ritiiie t'otlHtfe.
Eacli containing three rooms and kitchen,
good cistern, yard, out liouos etc.
Parties desiring good property, either'
tor rental or dwelling purposes, will do
well to examine thee Cottages.
lltlc pertect. Sale at 2 o'clock p.m.
Terms made known on day of sile.
1-or further information, apply to
John Q. Haiimax & Co.,
10-20-1 1 Heal Estate Agents.
A fine Nlorls.
in. Lhlers desires to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that be has
now on hand a large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, for store and
otilce wear, the finest or Moroeco or Call
Skin Shoes or Boots ; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
ollered lu this market. HisLaMsate of
the late-t styles, and he can guarantee a
tit aiidsatlstatlon to all his patrons.
A. Ilalley has removed to his new
storeroom, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine hou-e, where he. will he
pleased to ee all his old eu-toniers anil
as many new ones 0-30-tt
T Uie Trnilv.
Choice Une of coffee and sugar Just hi
at the Xew Yoik Store.
I.011U llerlivrt lum I'l I.M i:r.lt.
New Uut'kssheiit flour
tor sale at tho Xew York Store. Also
self-rising buckwheat rtour, hi boxes, tor
family use. IMS-Kit
At the Uulluti.n bluderj' IS numbers,
bound In two volumes, lull gilt mor
rocco; cost $44 ; for sale at $40.
Hi)-XX Amber and White rag stock
envelope at the Bulletin ollice, printed
S3 Ml mid $4 00 per M.
Thursday, Fridi; & Siiurdiy, 0:1, 21,22, 23.
EiiKKeiucnt of tlie Popular Vountr Author an J
t Who Will appr In his
(iltKAT CHAItACTKIt C'KL'ATION,
JIB BLUTJSO !
fn Ids own orlKiiiiil nirrrnu tiu rliun
Dnuiiu, nl' Ilia Mime naine,
.Sii)iioited by JOHN f. ltOUKKS'
TWO GREAT ORGANIZATIONS
2 COUPLETS ENTZP.TAINi.ENIS ! 2
Inlroduclui; the womleilul
1IY.VKS" KKSEST AND (iKUAI.P,
Audit t'L'I.L IUtAMATIOeOMPA.NY.
t'sual pricv. Seats seaned ut IliU'tlilua's,
'lnuiu'ii of KieclHlllt- MKlHIy.
JOHN E. WA": Z?
hi-17-Jt. liishu..d ilmnKtr.
The nre.it Nun e Coiiipiror, curci Kiillr'tl 1- it.
CMinuMoiid, Siaim, M, vltui Diimv, aim nil
Nci voiu DUi-.i9e.il the only kuown jiojIiItc rem
edy for b'illriitla Kits. It ImslH-en tested by
thniuiillils mid tins lieler lieell klloWll lo lull itltl
lnle Ms, 'frlul imckuxeliee. Knclune stump
tor cimiiur.s uiviiii," eviueiuu 01 emvn.
Address, fill, i- A. IIH IIMONII,
W-IJ illy Uqx Tit , Joseph, Hu,
-Large stock ladies' furnishing goods,
l0,nMS I r.V-PntC. Hnnny's.
nfTni'ib.' i'i ,,,, " Imndsome line
of Ladles' 'I le, nm ihboll, at ,t
white shlrls, also in Ml ,tylw of mtVl
furnishing goods. IIkiliiiios & Wkh,.
-Our Domestic Department Is complete
In all Its details, and wi!l Ik; sold cheaper
than eer. .1. Bntnun & Co.
Large stock of woolen goods, nnn.
ncls, lliiseys and sheeting llanneN, very
cheap, at C. Hitnny's.
For Embroideries and Laces, go to.L
Burger A Co.'s, So. 124 Commercial ave
nue. It. .loue, the Commercial avenue
boof-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of hoots to bo found hi the city.
Ladies, misses and children's under
wear at very low prices nt .), Burger A
We received this week a large sup
ply of overcoats of all descriptions, and
oiler great inducements. Hkilbiiox &
The finest stock of dress goods, con
sisting of CasslmercH, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplin, at J. Bur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
Largo stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. llatniy's.
For great bargains lu Flannels, call
on .1. Burger & Co. They have the best
assorted stor!. in the city, and selftfieiii
at a-loni-liingly low price.
We have on hand 2,000 vards ot
remnant of calico which we oiler at slx
ccnts a yard. Hkiliiko.vA; Wkil.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low price", at C. Ilaimy'e.
II you want a good Custom-nimhi
lady's or miss's shoe call on J. Burger
Largo stock or carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
A very large assortment orncrinaii
town yam, Hernial! zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department
In all shades and colors, at J. Burger &
Ifir'niK ALEXAXDER COUNTY
BANK WILL PAY INTEREST OX
DEPOSITS IX THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. Large stock of domestic prints, mus
lins, and ticking-', at low prices, at C.
J. Burger A: Co. call cspcclarntten
tion or housekeepers' find thpsc, contem
plating keeping house, to, their largo
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths, 'lids Is their first season In that
Hue, and are confident of suiting ail in
the late-t designs.
BIO INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPERTHWAIT to PHILLIPS'.
Shawls and Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from thu cheapest lo the
iinest. .i. tmrger iVCo. nave paid par
ticular attention to tills department, and
are able to undersell any house In the
elty. Call and be convinced.
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are made
specialties by R. Jones, the Commercial
avenue boot and shoe mauufrcturcr.
Give him a call.
We will not bo undersold by any
body In the Hut! ot clothing, as we oMer
Mich bargains that will induce tho
closest buyer to purchase. Come and
look at our stock and be convinced.
Ilmi.uuo.v A-Wkh., 112 and HI Coni
A series of lectures under the au-pl-
ces of thu members of the Library Asso
ciation tor the establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will be held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstahi churches. The following la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Oct. 5, Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
' 12, Mrs. W. U. Smith.
" 10, Rev. Charles A. Gilbert.
" 20, Mrs. 11. Wardner.
Nov. 2, Prof. G. O. Alvord.
" 9, Dr. G. G. Parker.
' 10, Dr. II. Wardner.
" 23, (To be tilled).
" 20, Dr. Win. R. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Win. II. Green.
" 21, .Mrs. O. G. Alvord.
C. C. E. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
Ii inctUcutcil villi tlloctlvo compound, fa"
lmiaeitlittciy, UklngTrom tlictviteinwypr-
uj uuBormiou, neiiiigou wt iivrr w.vi.
uttlcacioim am! i
.'(.... urnwliirf it I
clous am! a auro preventative in an uu-
nana ami nuious iioiui,. ,..-..
raaua growing outof a ulforaereji iivur. inoio
nlmlrl thl-m aru Willi wild dUailt OVCr lOClf
apendjr rcleaaa Ironi nnVrlna;. ,
'Like i eturytliliiK jaliiau .niOI.MAN'B PAD
It bi'lnir couulerYellri . , Uuy nonu but thoo
tiearliiK hi picture ami signature.
A aure cur aud preventative lr all
liTtr mm MUU(ll. WMt,
' AU'un wild, with dflljiht wliohTtrl4 Itwro
and followed th dlrecUou found lu and on th
uu uei-uinun) tuff luei au.
X). W. afairohUd,
Fourth & Vino St., Cincinnati, O.