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infill'.! MIIIUAf'Ui 01
Knight ofl'ylhla, meet every Krl
lay night at lutlr-fit nven, m Odd
Fellows' IUII. Jmo. II Uohimam,
mndiiu iiiiniu u . .
--- AI.K.XANDK.U I.ODUi:, KO, W4.
Jmtr. Iiiilvtxiuliit Order cif Odd-Fel-
4LV low, meet every Thursday lilxlit
JUIW" at Imlr-lPHtfUi ri, III their hall ou
i;oiiimerclal avenue, liclni.ru MXlli anu ."H-rcnm
turns, l riftiiiiii u
1AIHO F.NC'AMI'MENT, I. O. O. F., luw-ti
KJi Odd-Fellow' Hull on the drat ami third
luesdat in every month, at halr-luist revtn.
.imi ii, ohhii.y, o. r.
I'AIIKll.CllKll-:. Nil .917. .V. A A. M
J Hold regular communication In Ma
7JT sonic Hall, corner Commercial annus
' and Klgtitli street, on the rcond ana
ourth Monday oreucli tnuntn
This U a now stylo of picture now lie
f I.. I I... ll... tt'l....- .1 .Ij
nig pruuiitvu i3 villi, iiimri, iiirmiiii,
(il thli city. Tlii'M! pictures nro creating
much interest In all the principal Kuslcrn
and Western 'lil-., 1hIii; altortlHT new
They are unlike photographs lielng
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire Mirlace, oa In tone, hut dlntlnct In
the light and i-hado. No one who fee
them full toadiiilre thetn, or to give the
nrtUt an order. We have liven Miown a
number of pictures of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the city, ami have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. We would then-lore advise all
who talc littered In Mich matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
his gallery anil examine his work in thU
new branch ofthe fhadow-capturlng art.
l.oill Herbert Im PIIJtKWKH.
Ilon'l Furicet t
If you want tinware, stove ete..that A.
Ifalley has changed his place of business
and can now be found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Ar.ib engine
house, where he will 1 pleaded to see
jou and give you bargains: n of old.
I tlrn I'lrnnml.
Persons havlngcUtenu needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices t Milt the tlme,
by calling on .1. S. Ilawkhi", Cro-s'-treet.
I haye a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. IMG-lf.
Kverybody to Inovt that the place to get
A xmootli shave,
A good shampoo,
A ftthtonable hair-cut,
Or anything la that line,
I at till) (IKAMI CCNTUAI. HaIIBEK-
siior, corner Kighth and Commercial.
e-3-tf Geo hub Stxinuousk.
PII.NK7ir.lt nl Lunla Ilerbf-rf.
Dr. Sherman, the great Special
ist, 609 North Sixth (street, has gained an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
In which lie treat all chronic diseases.
.Sec advertisement for hi? great Syphilitic
Kradlcator, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 0-18-lyr.
To Uie Trad.
Choice line of coffee and sugar just In,
at the New York Store. '
Inlrt on leiol.
Tht Attxandtr County Hank wilt jxiy In
Ureit on drpvtitt in tht .wring drpurt
Nullre of Kemovnl.
C Koch has removed his boot and
shoo shop from the old stand to hU
new brick building (one block below),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streets, where ho will
keep the best home made and St. l.oul
custom made boots and shoes, made- of
the best material ; good workmanship
and in the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. 0-23-ti.
PILSKNKK at I.ouii Herbei t.
To the Oilmen of Cairo.
I would Inform my many friends, that 1
atu still In the auction business, ami ready
to attend to all sales that may offer. My
long experience in this buslncei needs no
comment it is no experiment on my part,
ami parties entrusting goods to my care
need not be afraid, as I am no "iiulb" cr
novice in the buxlness.
Special attention (,-lven to renlotatc and
out-door sales, as I have never missed mak
ing a sale. I). Hautma.n, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Av.
nellrioul'II.Nr..t:itnl I.otil Ilor.
A No. I l.iuiiiilry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington & Commercial avenues,
has one of the best conducted laundry es
tablishments in the city, and landlords ot
hotels and boarding homes "III tlnd It to
their advantage to call upon her.
Her prices are as follows: Hotel and
hoarding-houso washing, 7ft eonts
dozen. Fot piece work prices
as follows : Single shirt and
lar, 10c; per dozen 8Ccj socks oc; two col
lars, be; two handkerchiefs, fie; vests '20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, ,25 to 60c;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers .10 to l,rc; two
pair hose Be; two collars n't o 10c. Kor la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 por dozen; for la
dles tino clothes, $1 2ft per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
tronago solicited 8-01-llu
A l ine Ntoek. 1
Wm. Khlers desires to inform his p
rons ami inopumic generally, tuitt no ius
now on hand u large stock of French mid
German Calf. Kin and Morocco, and is
prepared to manufacture, for sloro ajtd
ofllco wear, tho lluest of Morocco or Gait
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and forfannu(rf,
dray men ami out-door wear generally, his
French Kin stands above anything ever
nnird in this market. His Lasts are of
tho latest styles, and he can guarantee a
tit auusutisiuuon to an uis patrons.
ffirXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at tho Hullktin olllce, prttittu
3 50 and $4 00 per M.
At the Bullktin bindery 18 numbers
hound In two volumes, full gilt mor-
HATRM Of AllVllHI'INIWU.
JJ"AII Mils furailmtlihiK, an-duf and my-
uljle IN AllVANI C
'Irannlent ailuttUliiK will hv inlirlcd at tliw
rule iitil IM )i-r sniiare for the Urst liiH-rlldli
and Clients fur each iil)ciucnt one. A liberal
illicount will lie made on MandltiK and display
I-ocul notirci, Imtlneis or otherwise, will tie
cbarKt-)) leu eeiitit H.-r linn for th first and lite
rents for earn additional Itnertlnn, (counting
lite Hues imil Uisrard) it discount will It- made
utter third Ui-ierllon.
Church, .Society, frstlial ami Hupper notices
will only be Inserted a adeitlsemcnts
For In-ertlne Kuneral notice St (o. Sutler of
meeting of societies or -cirt orders W cents for
No advertisement will be received at lest than
rt-Announcerannta t5 cash-Invaria
bly In advance. No exceptions to thla
I'.iiiToii llLLt.icriM . I'lca-c aiinounre WM. A .
ItKllMAN u ncjiiiilldHle for the oilier of County
Treasurer and Asoeor nt the enuliiK Not em
Wc arc authorlml to aiinounre .IOIIN A.
ItKKVK as u cuiKlidnte Tor tlirolliceof County
'I n .snier and Assessor, at the entulliK Novell!-Ureli-itlon.
We ate mithorletl In announce .IOIIN I'
1IKI.Y as n randldate for Count Y Treasurer at the
ensuing .oieriii-r election
I on cotMis.sio.vi:it.
We are authurltrd lo announce the name of
I KOItliK W . SAMMIINS. ofThe m-s. as a can-
ilhluterorthe ofllcenr C ounty Ojinmlmloner of
Aiexmnier county at uie eiifuing election.
SUNDAY, OCTOBKK 111, 1875.
Loml Weatlbvr Report.
Caiho, 111., Oct !, lefTS.
, TlMK. "lIlR. j fllP.. W'lXD. VEL. "WbaTII.
7a. im .Tim! 41 W I ft Cloudy.
It .-W.'.'It! ii' SW SI (liar.
2 p.m. 3-J.l'JT , i'5 W I Clear
Vole for Marchildon on Tuesday.
-Kverybody will take a look at the
work on the Mississippi levee to-day.
The city council will hold Its regu
lar monthly meeting on Tuesday night.
Marchildon for County Commis
.lack and Jill pantomime to-morrow
night. The funniest show on the road.
We were vMtcd by another wind
auJ ralu storm ou Friday night.
Capt. DyasT. I'arker and lady re
lumed to Cairo yesterday.
Judge Marchildon ought to be elec
ted County Commissioner.
-A nutting party is on the tapis for
There was no business done in
Judge lliril's police court yesterday.
Dau Itlce's circus is to exhibit hi
Mound City next Wednesday. Dan has
given Cairo the go-by this tune.
-Mrs. Capt. Ualllday and Mrs. W. P.
Wright arrived In Cairo troin Memphis
l'etueiubcr the great Jack and Jill
pantomime to-morrow night. Kescrved
seats at Martuian's.
-Hon. William Hartzcll waft to arrive
u the city last evening, and remain hi
Cairo over Sunday.
-Wc publish the proceedings of the
city council on the editorial page of this
sue, for the want of space on this page.
lietnember the pantomime to-mor
row night at the Atheneutnof Nick Itob
erLs' Jack and Jill troupe.
Mr. F. K. Daggy, of Kvausrille, In
diana, was registered at the St. Charles
Mr. J. Iv. Fleming, of Pittsburg,
ami Mr. K. O. Copeland, of Detroit,
Michigan, were among the more promi
nent arrivals at .'be St. Charles yesterday.
As County Commissioner Marchil
don was always faithful. He ought to be
lceted to the olllce again. Vote for
him 011 Tuesday.
-Kemcmhcr that the Jack and Jill
pantomime troupe will appear at the
theueum to-morrow night. It is the
most laughable entertainment traveling.
Mr. John P. Hely will have a con
sultation with the special levee commit
tee of thu council to-day, and view the
,'rouud where the new levee must shortly
-Drawing lessons every Saturday
from 0 o'clock a. m.,at tho Parish school.
Terms, W) cents per month. J. Fkick.
-Can Jewett Wilcox and P. W. liar-
clay inform us anything about that
Chicago ghost? Mr. Morris says he
don't know anything about it.
Mrs. Stinsou, of Anna, who has been
visiting at Dipt. John 1. Phlllls in this
city for several days, returned to her
home yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor will start on u
trip through the county to-morrow or
next day, looking after the welfare ofthe
The first parlor concert of the season
will he given by the ladles of the Presby
terian church congaegatiou, at the resi
dence of S. P. Wheeler, on Thursday
The usual services will be conducted
by the Hev. Mr. Ulllham at the Metho
dist church, comer of Eighth and Wnl-
jutt streets, this morning and evening.
Sunday school nt threo o clock.
The Slay Flsk theatrical troupe had
bad luck In Cairo. Tho advance agent
having failed to make the necessary ar
rangements, tho company could not ap
pear on Friday night.
Just received ot 11. J. CundifTs, No.
1" KIghth street, Call 0, Illinois, one ear
cabbage, 0110 car onions, 0110 car North-
'cm potatoes, and also 10 barrels choice
medium beans, all of which will be sold
Klder Holmes (street preacher) will
preach to-day in tho First Missionary
Baptist church, corner Tenth and Cedar,
at half-past ten a.m., three p.m. mid
Imlf-pust seven p;tn. Subjects; Morning,
12th Chapter, Revelations; afternoon,
Laodicean Church 5 night, "Time shall be
110 niofj" Tho public, white nnd col
ored, are Invited.
Miss Dora Carter, of Mound City, Is
in thf city vMtlng at the resUleuco of
Mrs. S. II. Ualllday. Miss Carter was
compelled to return to her homo by sick
ness, but Is now recovered and Is llulh
lug her visit.
Ab. Moheti and wife, a eoloretl pair;
have been having trouble again. The)
had a big row yesterday, and both de
clared their Intention to give the police
court some work.
The Hev. Mr. Gilbert will conduct
services at the church of the Redeemer,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
street, this morning nnd evening at the
usual hours. Sunday school at thrci
Mrs. P. A. Taylor, who, since the
opening ol the Parish school, has acted
as icacuer 111 inai insiituiioti, lias re
signed her position for the present. Who
Mrs. Taylor's successor will be we have
not yet learned.
The next lecture under the auspices
ofthe Library Association will be de
livered in the Methodist church next
Tuesday night, by Profes-or Alvord.
What Mr. Alvord's subject will be has
not been made public.
It Is rumored that a meeting of the
citizens will bo held to-morrow evening
to consider the levee itiostloii. This Is a
matter in which every man, woman and
child lit Cairo is Interested, and n rousing
crowd should be in attendance.
There will be the usual services at
the Presbyterian church, on KIghth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, Hev. Mr. George, pastor,
at the usual hours to-day. Sunday
school at three o'clock.
Mr. P. W. Barclay, who was ap
pointed deputy grand commander of the
Knights Templar of this State, by the
convention of the grand cotnmandery at
Chicago last wesk, returned home yes
terday afternoon. He says Wf,lcox Is the
only man who knows anything about
that Chicago ghost.
The following committees were ap
pointed for the party to be glyen at the
St. Charles Hotel next Friday night : On
Invitation, George W. Chellet, Matt. P.
Fulton and Qulncy W. MeGce; On Re
ception, Thomas Morgan. Hubert Hlnkle,
and William It. llagau. All the arrange
ments for the event have been made.
From Captain Irwin Dugati, who
arrived in Cairo over the Cairo fc Yin
ccuncs railroad from Louisville on Fri
day night, we learn that the train had to
le stopped a number of times along the
road In order to remove trees that were
blown across the Hack by the high
Phil Howard will open his new meat
shop Thursday morning, Oct. 2Sth, In
V. l!csch's building, ou KIghth street,
opposite his old place of business, where
he will be pleased to meet all his old cus
tomers and as many new ones. Thcbest
of meats, ami nothing but the best, will
be found at his shop dally. -His past rep
utation fur keeping a No. 1 shop is a sure
guarantee fur the same in the future.
To-morrow night Nick Roberts'
world famed Jack and Jill pantomime
troupe will appear at the Atheneutn. On
the former visit of this great organiza
tion to Cairo, they offered one of the
mo-t amusing and pleasing entertain
ments ever given In Cairo. The troupe
wc arc Informed has been reorganized
since then, and now affords greater at
traction than ever. New faces and
specialties have been added to the old
ones and everything in connection witli
the show Is excellent. Among the list of
performers will bo found the Jee broth-
ors, Charlie Christie. A. W. Mallln, Miss
Fannie Deardon, Miss Annie Fox, Stew
art Dare, the wonderful one legged gym
nast, M. O'Rcardcn, and a score of other
ladies and gentlemen, who arc unsur
passed lu their profession. The perform
ance throughout will be one ot great en
joyment, and no one should fail to wit
ness It. Admission llfty cents. He
served scats one dollar. The troupe will
give but one performance in Cairo. Tick
ets for sale at Hartman's.
Citlieua' Levee .H pelliiir.
There will be a meeting ofthe citizens
and property holders ofthe city of Cairo
at Winter's Block, Monday evening at
o'clock, to take Into consideration tho
condition of the Levees, and to deter
mine what steps shall be taken for the
protection ot the city from ovcrtlow, and
to assert and demand the rights of the
property holders in regard thereto. The
undersigued citizens hope that every citl
zen anu propcrty-hoiiier lu tho city will
be present nut! partlpate lu the meeting :
G. D, Williamson, II. L. H.Ulldav.
A. D. Mathuss,
J. S. Barclay.
II. C. Loiliu,
W. 11. Morris,
It. If. Cuuuinuham,
W. A. Redman,
John Q. Haruiau,
It. W. Miller,
John McN titty,
D. T. Solomon,
F. A. Uoldstine.
Paul G, Schuh,
C, R. Stuart,
J. F. Rector,
F. M. Stocklleth,
J. B. Hudson,
S. II. Tabcr,
II. A. Thotus,
L. D, Thorns,
W. E. Gholsou.
Wo haye this day sold to Mr. Louis II.
Myers our entire sttfck of groceries and
provisions. Ho will continue tho busl-
ucse at tho old stand, No. 113 Commer
cial avenue, and we would heartily rec
ommend him to all of our old customers
both lu town nnd In tho adjoining
country. Stkwaiit & Wwtu.
Caiho, III., Oct. 28th, 1875.
Having purchased the stock of Messrs
Stewart & White, It Is my purpose to
replenish It ut once ; and with a complete
assortment of staple and fancy groceries
I hope to recelyu a liberal share of public
patronage. Louis II, My Kits
A Man Hun Over
To Cowperthwalt & Phillips to try those
Gold Buckle cigiu.
"Mnmlio" Annul tin; Mrr n ,ol Sn.
rorlunlly to Hiillrt Walk and III
iuiiirrclid tieiiliK n it Writer.
A few days ago, we received a commu
nication, signed "Saticho," In which n
member of a committee ot the Council,
a dealer lu lumber, was "hinted nt" lu a
very direct mnnner, nnd the City Fathers
abused for doing something about side
walk letting disagreeable to "Sancbo."
The letter wos 11 good one but it ended
with a P. S. about as follows: "Since
writing the above I have ascertained that
the Council didn't do It." So we didn't
publish, the scintillation ol "Sancho."
But "Sancho" was not happy. So at
his good lead pencil he rushed again, and
wrote the following:
Caiho, 1m. Oct. 2U, 1875.
J. II. OBEitLv: For the Interest of
the tax-payers of Cairo, we again ask to
be heard ou the sidewalk matter through
the columns of your paper.
Wc claim that It will cost (he city
$1,.'jO0 more to do the work ordered, bv
letting It to present contractors, than if
the Council had let the furnishing ot the
material and doing the work, all to one
JM-Tson, (thu lowest bidder.)
To Drove that there is some foundation
for our statement, let us take Second
street from Levee to Commercial, and
Eighteenth street from Wahlngton to
walnut, ns an example, ncoticrculn
our bid, lo furulh all the material needed,
ami do all the work of reconstructing
these walks, for thirty cents per lineal
loot, 'ints, our oiu, was rejected, ami
tue jou given 10 oilier parties 10 uo the
work aione.ctty lurnisuiug material.
Now. what we claim Is this: That
when this work Is done, and the bills nil
paid, that it will have cost the city double
the expense ; let the bills be can-fully pre
served and we will see If their aggregate
does not prove my prediction's correct.
The people have a right to know how
their money Is being cxia-nded.
You refused my other article, and con
signed It to the waste-basket, where, 1
presume, you will send this in hot haste,
to keep it company. Davis, of the Sun,
consigned our similar article to a worse
place, but seeing the anguish of our
troubled soul, which was writhing under
the agonies of disappointment In missing
the golden opportunity for literary tame;
and mistaking it for the madeniugs of a
lost opportunity for revenge, kindly of
fered, it we would furnish lilm the tacts,
to write an editorial ou it. But wa, hav
ing a little of what E. V. Wilson has too
much ol namely, egotism and a l.ittda
ble pride ol authorship "a book Is a
book though there Is nothing In It" we.
with modey. grace, and diifiiity. declined
by saying we preferred to do our own
luk-sliugliig. Besides, we had other
reasons. We don't like Davis' style ot
authorship. It is too vulnerable to be
E reerve lor luture generations, unless It
e bottled and hermetically ealed. If
compelled to choose between evils, we
would choose Oberly's. not for its merit,
but as an antidote tor a worse poison.
But, in'thls respect, Davis is smart, for
his editorials are given In very small por
tions like Brlgham's homeopathic pills ;
hence they do not kill anything but time,
and it has been a long time since they
have killed It. Sancho.
Accompanying the above was the fol
lowing: Caiho. III. Oct. 29. 1S73.
J. If. Ohkklv Dear Sir: I send this
article as a compromise, hoping it will
nuu nivor in your gracious eyes.
B. F. Livinoston.
Of course, a gentleman who Is so anx
ious to serve the tax-payer, and Is so de
sirous that the editors of Cairo 'hall de
clare that lumber merchant, in the
Council are having sidewalks built In a
manner that will take unnecrssarv dol
lars out of the treasury of the city, and
put them into the pockets of
the Aldermanic lumber merchants, docs
not wish to hide behind a slgnatare. We
therefore give Mr. Livingston's note, so
that he may have credit for his gallantry
in rushing to the defense of the endan
gered treasury, and to assure him that if
he will sign his name to his ellusions we
will willing publMi them even if he does
say harsh things, or rather hint them,
about our friend Alderman Lancaster.
Indeed, he may denoucc all the "Fath
ers" as rascals, and we will not even Inti
mate that he Is prompted to the denunci
ations by the fact that he ought to be the
lumber-furnisher of the city of the
To I In- Volern of Alusnmlt-r rounly.
Gkntlemk.v Having been often and
urgently solicited to become a candidate
for the olllce ot County Commissioner
by friends too numerous to mention, I
yield, and hereby announce that I am a
candidate for that position ; and, as all
candidates say, I say that If elected
I shall perlorm the duties ot
the ollleo faithfully, impartially and fear
lessly. Tho Interests of city and country
alike shall receive my constant attention.
Taxation, road, bridges, paupers, &c,
&c, shall be subjects of great considera
tion. Personal indisposition, and being
undetermined as to whether I would
make the race, mint bo my apology for
thlc late announcement, and for not vis
iting you and having the ttsusl "hand
shake." Leaving the choice in your
hands, gentlemen, I am,
Your obedient servant,
Jacob Walters and Chris Atithus, two
ot our well-known butchers hav asso
ciated together and. under tho tlrm name
of Jacob Walters & Co., have opened a
meat market on the north side or Eighth
street, lu Phil Howards old stand. ThU
will be a lltst-ehiss market in every re
spect, as the names ol the proprietors
guarantee u market where tho chobest
ot cut meats, steaks, roasts of bear, mut
ton, pork and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will bo served out
to customers In a neat and satlsmetory
manner. All their old friends or now c
qitalntances are invited to call and see
rtr NhIi I'Iiumi.
A No. 1 second-hand, seven octavo
piano, ns good as uu,v, manufactured by
Hallet & Davis, U offered lor sate at a
bargain. Apply to
E. A. Bfi!Ni:rr,
10-21-lm, Bulletin Olllce.
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
to mind that
Is Once More: in the
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and sponged, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are already known for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second-hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no stories that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business.
tJiftl1 j,11880?11,0 customerspttt of you all. Wc don't ask your patronngo on account of bo
ing "frionda or old Cairoftoa (as wo have beon known horo lo 1 theso many years -but to savo you tho
wp "rfai!"10 uudorwcnr' tholargcst
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Lit of letters reiiiaiuluir uncalled for
In the I'ot Olllce at Cairo. Alexander
County, Illinois, Saturday, Oct. 30th,
Bumjcard Julia, Chambers Kmallue,
Clark Hagar. Clark Mrs. John, Coyne
A. P., Coyne !., Deitnond K Hanks A.
E., Jackson Virginia, Koehler Ilenretta,
Linn Eliza, Mnhancy Mr. M., Miller
Eliza, Massey Marlcr, Moran Ellen II.
., Moss Elizabeth, Marsh Amanda,
McConnel E. A., Kcndell Lizzie, Ityal
N'annli', Koblnson Loueller, Smith Bar
baria, Swain Emma, Sullevan Mary, To-
ney Hannah, Ihompson L., Valla Fran
cis, Walker Mary P., Williams Victoria,
Wlsslnger A. M.
Anderson J. K., Anderson Chas..
Armstrong S. W., Barney B. J., Bouman
J. S., Bell Prank, Barry X. C, Conroy
C, Cadanc-c Harry, Crajig Harry, Cole
Jack, CulleUtn M., Diggs a. H., Drum-
tnond Prank, Downey John, Freeman Al
bert, Pelton F. A., Plschel Jacob,
Fitzgerald John, Qlities Eugene, Gibson
Wright, Hultz David, llesi Ceo, Howie
John, Head J. S., Hughes Win., Hardin
Wcs., Jackson Albert, Jackson Edinond,
Kennedy Mr., Klrkendall Peter,
Klmbrough X., Klay Wm.,
Lancaster John, McPaddeu W. 11.,
Miller Chas., MlmcjireJ.lv., McAudrew
John, Murphy Mlchl, McDanlel W. K.,
Moore . E., Palmer h. L., Bowers
ltichard, Payne It., Parkins Wm., Por
ter Win., Wee C. D KohInon J. T.,
Sharpe E. M., Shaw L.,
Spence Melton, Slack Dick, Shaly Wtu
Simon Wm., Slilpp W. T.,Schmldt Win.,
Taylor Gyles, Vance J. H Walch B
Wyatt Asa, White John, Williams James
M., Wahh Thomas, Williams S. T.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "advertised."
Cko. W. McKkaio. P.M.
Cure Your Ho rtt-.
Epizootic powders tor horses and
mules sure cure for sale by M. .1. Mc
The Delmonlco Saloon, with ten-pin
alley, shooting gallery, and all llxturcs
pertaining to the establishment. Por
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf Mas. Ax.nik Coy.nk.
We have now the agency for this yast,
the best lu use, made by Tauszky & Co..
which we shall receive tresh dally hy ex
press, wholesale and retail, at Xcw York
I hereby notify the business men of
this city, and public at large, that I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted lu my name, unless made by me
personally. Mas. Ax.nik Coy.m:.
Xhw cottage, 0 rooms, corner Seventh
and Walnut streets, occupied at pres
ent by Mr. Winter. Will bo vacant ou
Monday, Nov. 1. Bent 22 per month.
Apply on Seventh, econd door from
above house. 10-JO-lf
A . Halley has removed to his new
store room, 113 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine liotte, where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many new ones. 0-30-tf
Invitation to the naclor.
The medical profession of tho city of
Cairo and vicinity are respectfully Invited
to attend the semi-annual meeting of tho
South-Western Kentucky Medical Asso
ciation, at Clinton, Hickman county,
Ky on Tuesday next, Nov. 2, at 11 a.
m. The brotherhood of medicine In
Western Kentucky will cordially welcome
their brethren of Illinois and Missouri in
Internal exchange of professional cour
toslcs at the convention,
J. W. Siumcton, U.S.
Paiilcaii, Ky.. Oct. 28, 1875.
Heart I ertl
Look at these prices, offered by O. Hay-
thorn & Co., for 10 days. Wk mkan uus-
lioys' new style Alexis lies $ 1 00
Good Winter Boots 2 00
Custom-made Call Boots.,,. 3 7ft
Youths' Good Cair Boots 2 00
Men's Cu itom-iuado Calf Boots... 0 00
300 cases Boots and Shoes at astonish
ingly low prices wholesale and retail.
O. Haytiioiik & Co.,
0 Commercial Avenue,
10-2U-101. Cairo, Illinois
Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that thl
are still buying
Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
Steamer Jim Flsk. Padueah.
B. 11. Cooke, Evansvllle.
' City ot Chester, MtmphW.
" City of Vieksburg. Vlcksburg,
" Arlington, Xcw Orleans.
Steamer Jim Fhk, Padueah.
" B. II. Cooke, Evansvllle.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" City of Vicksbtirg, St. I.ouW.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
HtVKIt, WKATUKK AND llUMNKH-t.
-The river last evening was 0 teet 0
inches on the gauge, having fallen 1 1-5
Inches during the past 21 hours. A
heavy storm of wind and rain prevailed
for several hours night before last, but
as far ns we can learn did no damage on
the rivers. It blew trees proiniscously
across the Cairo & Vinceniics railroad,
and caused the down pas-cii'rer train to
be considerably delayed, but by care no
accident oecurcd lu consequence. Yes
terday the weather was clear but quite
Business fair. Seven feet water Is re
ported at Osceola. Four and one-halt to
Evansvllle and six feet to St. Louis.
The John A. Scudder was aground
some time at Horsetail.
The City of Vlcksburg has 1 i.'i bales
cotton for St. Louis.
The Bannock City i loading at
Louisville for the Tennessee river.
The IVytoua was taken on the dorks
at Evansvllle on Friday for repairs. Her
barges are here.
Captain Irwlu Dugau returned to the
I city night before last, looking the picture
I of health, hiving tully recovered trout
thochllN. Thc"Pad" did It.
The Chester brought 100 barrels oil
and 81 bales cotton for the Cairo & Vlu-
ceunes road, and has some cotton for St.
Mrs. W. P. Ualllday and Mis. W. P.
Wright, w ho have been absent upon a
visit to Memphis, returned on tho City of
The John A. Scudder was drawing
too much water to get over the crossings
back of the city, and her clerk, Mr. Bob
Hulls, had to come over for a barge to
lighten on. She probably arrived before
The evidence in regard to the colli
slon between the Ed. Hobos and 11. S.
McComb was taken on Friday, but It
will be u day or two perhaps before the
result will be known.
Dr. Chit. W. Bradley, Captain Irwin
Pagan, and a few select friends will visit
the break In tho levee at 0 o'clock this
morning, and they have no doubt they
can easily tlx it. They havu accepted the
kind Invitation of Commodore (illmore,
and will ride out ou his pony.
Day before yesterday a hunting party
from Henderson, Ky., passed through
here, going to Arkansas for a mouth's
sport among the deer and hears, turkeys,
find perhaps wolves. They go hy boat
to Cariithcrsvlllu and from there travel
out Into Arkansas, The samo party was
out in that section last year and met w ith
great success. The party Is composed of
Col. Bacon, Dr. Taylor, D. It. Biirbauk,
W. C. Cotnmoneel, Charles Taylor and
Dr. Ben. Letcher.
W'All PEI'AimiKNT. ItlVKII ItKI-Olir, )
Oct. --J. 1B7S. (
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'oiiiresM'il Ycitut N'otlcu,
I have this day secured the sole agency
for the sale of Flelschiuan it Go's com
pressed yeast, either wholescle or retail.
Dealers can be supplied at any and all
times by calling ou me. Tills Is the only
yeast of the kind in market thatlsgon
nine. W. L. Bristol, 32 Eighth strict.
Cairo, Ills., Out. 25, 1873. 10-28-lin.
To Fnriui'ra hii Frnll Urowcri.
Wo wish to liitorm the farmers and
fruit growers of Pulaski and Alexander
counties, that wo have on hand at our
kilns about live thousand wagon loads of
lime slacked by the past daunt season
Wo will furnish It free to all for putting
ou land or around fruit trees for other
purpoM-s 10 cents per bushel ; all wc nsk
Is that parties using It for agricultural
tuinioscs will nleasu advl-e us ol' tho re-
i suits to trees and land. Very respectfully
L i, un Limk anu Bock Co,
Flame and brings
Tlir Alexander C'oiiuljr limit; nill
I- Inlrrrftt on njult, In Ihr mi.
Altriition t Dnilrrti.
Wo have four doen Imitation
Sprague Can-Openers, taken for
tllng, which wc will sell at two
A series of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for tlit establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will be held alter
nately at tho Presbyterian, Methodist and
ChrMalu churches. The following la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Nov. 2, Prof. (1. (5. Alvord.
" t), Dr. G. G. Parker.
" 10, Dr. H. Warduer.
" 23, (To be lllled).
" 20, Dr. Win. II. Smith.
Dec. (!, MUs Kate Thompson.
" 13. Hon. Win. 11. Green.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
O. O. E. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
Shawls and Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to tho
lluest. .1. Burger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to uuder-elt any house In the
city. Call and be convinced.
I.oiiit IlerlM-rl im i'ii.si:.m;k.
One Kight Only Mondiy tatalst.
BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE.
Second Annual Tour of
J ack and Jill
Tin-limit iiroiiilni-nl liutiin-H are tliefutloninK
Ok-brutal Mara I
A. W. MAKUX,
MIS t-ANME W.AUDON,
MISS AS 3 IK KOX.
Tlii'Mio-t wunilrilnl nrllot livine, Hie One
leitKol livinnat, brotlu-r lonml pupil nfM'lle
Leoiiu Haiv. Mr Hare lost Ills leff In a railroad
collUloni lie neicrmlasts It while on tlie Mape.
Ills pfrlormanre ou the Hoiliontal-kir arc
JI K ItltOl lIKII-.
.1 I . HtANKI.I.V,
'I III I.MAS .x. IIAI.I.,
(KOUtiK A. UAI.I..
Tint forming mi eiitrruluiiwnt
Miipcrior to any In America !
For Talent. Vinli-ty anil Xovi'lly. presenting
l.auj.'liaule.Conilralnnili Surprising: New'l ricks,
M-u-l'iiitimit-, N't-w .Teiicry, anil un uniTasliitf
tucceMlnii ol'.MlHli-l'ruvoltiiijr Fun for Hit-Million.
ADMISSION, ... SI anilWrcnli.
rj-lii'.crMil 6i-.il ran I piwurtM at Dau'l
Hafnium' H K LAl'I.KII.I.D,
llolmim' Ak'Ueuml I.Uer I'ait In BnHcted
with a lurinles yraetabl coimiminu actlnyou
tliellvir ami stninai-li, tlirouxh which ami by
which an lntrrii.it iicliouU enintd hy ulnitiu
until cui v pnrllcln of malarial ami billon kI
na in taken troni the nyattm, lu a plnuaiit unit
ulmost lniiercepllble manner, without llieald
nrniivinli rn.il metllulnr. caiiilnir no Irrllaltou.
uctlui: alike on ihtblren nml adult. 1 inpa
tient H It'll in abolnto liealtn. u n cwie
linntsinv einloiseil by oversow lWlitirwlt
nesM. All nre ilellKhtnl wl Imlrleil tbeui
latthmlly. Ami tliU I'uil I alto iiver falllii
preventive ol I'cvev an-l axu. bll on leiult-ii-nt
and yellow ft vei-aii'l nil nwlarlil illme
BR. R. S. BRIGHAM,
130 Commercial Av. Cairo.
rj'Aaent for Southern lllluoU, MtH
Kentucky uml .Soutlieati-rii JIUjuurl.
EJ-8ent by mall, un receipt' ' "''
I DBUaW GISTS, k 1
, Audit Drill. twn nnig
rocco; cost $U for sale ut $10.