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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1B72.
Foreign Advortiucments.
IVT BKTBBFBItjE.
1-riDciptl 01m 104 Fifth St., Uiu., 0
TBI ONLY EILIABLK OIFT DIHTIUBtJ
TION IN THK COUNTBr t
S50 doo oo
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
3lli Seml-Annusl
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be drawn Motday, October Tth, UT2.
One Grand Capital or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
O.VK FM7.C $5,000 IN SILVER I
FlvePrize $1,000 J
Five Prize 600 g.
Ten Prixet 100
OBEBNBAOKS
Two Eamllv Carriage) nnd Matcehd Howe
wllh Slltcr-Mounted lliirnes.-, worth $1,MX
each S
Two llnrct ami Buggies with Silver-Mounted
llamc". worth G00 each!
Two Pine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
S.VK) each!
Six Family Sewing Machines, wortli
(Hill each !
l.'OO Gold and Sllur Lever Hunting
Watches, worth from $20 to $300 cacls.
Ladles' Gold Leniitlno Chain, Oont' Gold
Vert Chaln, .ullU and Doubled-PIated
Sllvcj Table ami Tea-)oon, Photograph
Album. Jewrrly. Ac, Ac
AVbolc number (lift, lo.oiw. Tickets Limi
ted lo .V).(sX:
AGENTS WANTED TO SELD TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premium will be paid.
Single Ticket Hi six Ticket 810; Twelve
Ticket SiM); Twenty-live Ticket $40.
Circulars containing a full Hit of piiiet, ade
tcriptlonof the manner at drawing, and other
Information In reference to the distribution, will
be tent to any one orderln; them. All letter
must b add reeled to L. U. SINE, Box, M,
orrtn, Cincinnati, O.
101 West &lh t. nov-wadlv
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalized by State Authority and
Drawn in Public in Sr. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
50,000 NUMBERS.
Clam I, ro 111 Drawn Sept. 30, 1872.
6,880 Prize. Amounting to $300,000.
I Priie of-Vvi) & I'riie of......f 100
I ' of.... 13.460 " of.... I, (TO
I " of lo.uu " ot........ 600
1 " of T..VO " of 300
4 " of. ,"C ' of . 260
4 of. i.6m 36 " of....., aon
SI " of. l,tnl V. " of.... ISO
Jv of .V " Of . 100
41 " ot. 30 601 " of..... 10
Tickets $10; Half Ticket, $5: Quarter!
Ticket, $2 60.
Out lotteries ar- chartered by the Bute, are
always drasn t the time named, and all draw.
tng are under the superrltion of sworn com.
mi.tiocer.
The oSeial drawing will be publithed la the
St. Loot papers and a copy rent to purchaser
of tickeu.
We will drw a similar tcheroe the laat day of
etery month daring the jm ISTi.
"Bemitat our risk by io.ufflee money order,
reentered letter, draft or exprei. Bend for cir
cular. Addre.s, MURKAY, MILLER CO.,
V. u. bux ilU, St. Louil, Mo.
t-fMswlr
THE BULLETIN.
rablloatloa flse, Ballsttta RalMlavtr
WaavBlstatoa Abm,
Tiik County court it In full blast.
TnK question li, who tbot the cat ?
Her your underwear of Moikovllz.
For boot and shoes go to Moskovitz'.
Tiik public schools commenco next
Monday.
Rt
Ferj-umes
Moskovitz's.
and toilet articles
The weather UIU continue hot, dry,
sand duitv.
Myers li itill gobbling horses and Im
pounding them.
Police Items are liko angel's vitltt
" Few and far between."
Don't forget the Liberal meeting on
the 10th next Tuesday.
Paper collars, cravat, scarf, bosom
shirts and hosiery at Moskovitz's.
Gov. Kternor spoke to a mooting of
the pcoploat Ccntralia last night.
Rain 'refutes to fall upon Cairo. It is
treating the just in a shabby manner.
Why can't we have one or two street
prlnklors? "Anything to beat" tho dustl
The German school ha had an attend
ance of over fifty scholars during the week.
John II. UnERLYaddrcsied the Gree
ley and drown club of Anna last even
ing. Col. Martin, of Paducah, will address
the peoplo of Cairo on Tuesday evening
next.
Editor Bulletin: Being reminded
by tho morning paper that man was made
of dust, and that dust is plenty in the
streets of Cairo, we suggest that the
"Smith Manufacturing Co.," bo informed
whero they can obtain material to continue
their business. We think a few more
Smiths are noeded In Cairo to complete
tho assortment, and it will be a benefit to
the public In moro ways than one to dis
pose of the surplus dust in this mannor.
A Constant Reader.
Cairo, Septomor 6th, 1872.
The following is the list ol names from
which the Grand and Petit Juries were se
lected for the Sept. Term of the Circuit
Court of Alexander county, they having
been drawn by lot from a list of six hun
dred names prepared by the County Court
In accordance with the provisions of the
now Jury Law :
SOUTH CAIRO PRECINCT.
Wm C Callahan,
Thomas Biggins,
Christ llanny,
II llally,
Hiram Hill
John Higglnt,
Given Hagey,
Wm Henry, Jr,
James Kinsley,
John II Kelly,
F S Kent,
R F Kippenberg,
Charles Kyle,
Louis Kreuzer,
Jacob Lehning,
James Low,
H C Loflin,
Daniel Lampert,
John McNully,
Robert W Miller,
Wm JlcCormtck,
Frank Murry,
Peter Neff,
Martin O' Shea,
L V Stlllwell,
itaac aiuer,
D li Wlnans,
The wind betokened rain yesterday,
but at this writing the dust is still master
of the situation.
Duoan, ofthe Eckert, has returned to
Cairo front St. Louis, where he has been
visiting for several months.
The German Radical meeting, Thurs
day evening last, was, as it should have
been, a grand success in the way of a fiz.
zie.
Hamilton & Kawden show was a suc
cess in every way, the tent last night was
crowded to overflowing. Thanks to the
agent for complimentariet.
The Liberals and Democrats of New
York have nominated Francis Kernan
for governor, Chauncy M. De Pcir,lieuten-
ant governor, and S. S. Cox, for congress
man at larce.
C. K. Slack announces himself this
morning a a candidate for the office oi
City Treasurer. Charlie is well known
and will give the other aspirant a lively
deal for the office.
EG Hill,
R Jones,
Jas Kynaston,
W Kendall,
Patrick Kennedy,
Jno Limbert,
A O Lippett,
Thos Leavy,
no .Madden,
Patrick Mahany,
M E Powers,
Tim O'Callahan,
W T Reafonvder,
Jat Arrick
P Bennett,
no Cahlll,
Peter Connelley,
Goo Carpenter,
Jo Fellnagel,
li Ureeley.
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MTCIAL XOTICES.
BATCIIELUR'S HAIR DYE.
Tblt futwrli hair dre Is the bert in the
world perfectly hannle, reliable and In
fUnuneou.. Nodi.apiiointment. The gen
uine V. A. llatchelor Hair Dve nroduce
immediately anaturalblackorbrown. Does
not rtaln the kinlut lese the hair cleans
Kilt and beautiful. The onlv safe and per
fect hair dye. .-old bv all drufe'glrts. t ac
tory, 1C ltoml rtreet, S. Y.
lU-eod-Tw-ly.
ON MARRIAGE.
Ilamiv relief to voum: men from the effect
of error and abuc In early life. Manhood
restored. Impedimenta to Marriairc ru
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkulile remedies, llnok and crlcu
lara i-etit free, in sealed envelop.
Address 1IOWAHI) ASSOCIATION, No,
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
dilution having a high reputation for honor
able conduct and prolosional tklll.
8-15diw3m
WE WANT
.,1 ILIIIrilt, IIILtVII l.ftlU-lllJf
standard book o'f the kind
OF EV
An Agent, male or female, in every towuMitp
o cu me o.M.Y
iubli-hed,
YOUMANAX'S DICTIONARY
EllY DAY WANTS."
outainlng 20,000 ltecelptu In every depart
ment of human ult'urt. $100 per year eaved
every one who ha It. Ever' body wants
jt, eveky 11OKY iiUYn it as mjoii as offered.
40 per week, Hire. EXTRA TERMS.
Agents will ini It if they do not addreM,
utlneuuil PilMMilu Co., &13 N. Slx.Ui
street. St, Ijuif. w-3m.
The small-pox has not yet entirely left
our citv. We understand that a little
girl, named Arderson, three years old
died of small-pox last Saturday, and was
buried on Sunday.
Between five and six o'clock yester
day afternoon, Gussle Smith, son of Dr
Smith, fell off the sidewalk In front of his
residence, while playing, and sustained
fracture of his right arm.
Under the present laws in force since
July 1st last all deeds conveying real es
tate must bo first entered by tho county
clork bofore they can legally bo filed for
record by tho recorder.
Col. Martin, of Kontucky, will address
he Liberal, Democrat, and Grant men
of Cairo, on theiiues ofthe day, on Tues
day ovening, Sept. 10th. Everybody
should go to hoar him.
Dukinq the performance at the circui
yesterday afternoon one of the poles sup
porting tho canvass gave way, striking
a lady, Mrs. Powors, wo believe, on the
shoulder, knocking her sonseless. She
was not seriously injured. The accidobt
created quite a panic for a time, but lucki
ly no other damage was dono.
PACL ii. HVHCB, Aft.
SIM1L1A SIMILIBUS CURANTUK
IIUXl'IIBEY'll
HOMOSPATIIIC SPECIFICS
HAVE proied, from the moil ample exper
lence, no entira moves t Bimple Prompt
Ktncient and Reliable. They are the only medi
cine perfectly adapted to popular use no sltn
jlo tbtt miitukeicunot be made in uiinic them;
tn harrnle a lo be frw from danger, and so
Ocleut a to be alwsy reliable. They hare ral
-d the higheat commendation from all, and will
tJwar render aatiafactiou.
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Worina. worm feier. worm colic 'ii
('ryintrolic or teething ot infant...W
lMrrtiat of children and sduII...W
l'aenterr, KrlpiOK. b'liou colic-tU
Cuolerawuorbus, vomiting.... SS
( liuleraw colds, Lronchitu........M
Neur.lKlav, toothache, faceachet..2
lleaulaeties, sick headache, rertfgo26
SraM-pktn' bilious stomach. J31
Mrtw,orJ1,nful perlod2S
Wltllesi,too profuse penoijH....M
Croon, couich, ditncult breathing...M
StelS RIiciud, Erysipelas, Eruptions'
attteuusMlUia, rbeumaiic bsins....a
rrvsfrstna Ako, chill leter, anuesM
Ilea, blind or bleeding .;...;...$
ODtlllllrmr. and sore or uii ......i-..
Catasrrb, acute or chronic, influeni60
WliooplBE-ConBh.TlolentcoUKtisiO
Aallstaut, oiptet.sed breathing
Ear DlacbarKe,lmnaired hearingW
Ncrofal,nlrid glands, swellings
Ueaeral Uebllltjr, physical we.k
nr. " U)
llroparand ecantyiiecretions ba
Sir Nlcknewtt.iicknest from ridiusfX)
Hldtey-UlMa, Orate!.. ...to
Mervuua Uebllltr, seminal ert.l.
sions.lnroluntarT dlscurge .1 00
Ivr;Boxes, with one i rial of powder
very necessary in serious cats,.,6 60
Nor Moulb, canker...... 60
Vrtuarr WeakaeM, wetting ted.O
rumini rrnuai, wiinspasm.....ou
MltSlerlBira.st change of life 1 00
KplletHijr.bi-.ms.Bi.Vitui'dance,! 00
wlso, uicrva sore inroat w
raaiut WAnr.i,
Of U to larce vlttla. Morocco
atr r) wo1 eawio, eontaUnlnK
ktaaclSse for every ordlottrr oU
sMafaallr sanubjaet to. and
! jrlMotM .-...from 110 to S2J
smaller ratijilljr and Truvellasrca-es,
V to S Tials...- ...,... ....Trom (! to
apvciuo lur ' rravwiw inmMn,
trtth lor 4'HrlBK aid ror frevea.
litre) treatment, lu visls ann Docket
case - - 3 to 5 OO
tTare Burns. Bruises. Lameness, Bareness, Sore
j hraat. Huralti. Toothache. Earache. Ncuralzia.
f beuaaalism, LuuiUgo. J'llts, Boll, eitings, bore
Kye. Hkellng of the Lungs, Note, Htomach, or
ij'f ruav, thorns, uieera, wiuoores.
11 - frlea. to.. 60 els. : hots. II U): Quarts. 11 75
. Mr these remedies, except Pond's Extract, by
f1'' siMWtrr. ty nisilnr express, free of charge, on
Ik "&6f antra's shecikio
A IJsW IVkUaTIi in WVMmtJtf
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sOtBaa aaa lB6t. No. Ui BroMwar. New-Turk.
- FOB ALSI
a'M. ' --
Mk.J. M. Moskovitz of AVashington
avenue, between Ninth nnd Tenth streots
hat just returned from a trip to St. Loul
ana inicago, whoro be hat been to re
plenish his slock with a full assortment of
the latest fall and win tur styles of clothing
hats, caps, boot, shoes, and ladies' and
gent's furnishing goods.
Cairo is not tho only place atllicted
with fcarcity of wator. A Western pa
per, speaking of thu drought, says tb
Wabash river is so low that the tish are
compelled to stand on their heads to get
water sufficient 10 moisten their gills.
Tho inhabitants walk up and down tho
river bod and pull tish as they do onions.
How is that for low 7
John Hyland,
Zach Mathles,
John Powers,
Miles W Parker,
Moses Phillips,
C P Parson,
P F Parker,
J M Phillips,
James Qulnn,
John T Rennle,
R P Robbins,
James Ross,
James Rearden,
Valentine Relster,
John Ritter,
Norton Rice,
Valentine Resh,
Thos Sullivan,
J E Spiller,
John Shecban,
Wm H Shutter,
J W Stewart,
Thomas Sloo,
Sol A Silver,
W B Wiley,
Patrick Walder,
J K Woodward,
Henry Winter.
NORTH CAIRO PRECINCTS
IV
tner,
A Jaeckel,
Louis Jorgenson,
Dan'l Kelley,
Michael xvoh
Louis Lincq
Jacob Latnir
P Lehning,
W Martin,
Jacob Martin,
Thos'ailon,
Jno H Phillip,
W F Pitcher,
Geo H Sease.
Jno Bober,
Jno Breen,
Jno H Beecher,
Dennis Coleman,
Moses Foi,
D J Gilligan,
W H Glover,
Tbos W HaUiday.
H. Stoner. Sam'l E Wilson,
A. H. Spaulding, Ed Wheeler,
ji 31 lourd, ueo seller,
HAZLEWOOD.
Alf Couble,
Ben Dexter,
M Provo,
Alf Mitchell,
Levi Jordan,
UNITY.
Hiram Denton,
Wm Hulen,
Geo Miller,
J Lvncb,
J G McCrite,
J W Moody,
CLEAR CREEK.
Ed Adams.
M Acdersos,
W A J Butt,
J D Devitt,
W H Frazier,
E B Gaeharty,
Sam'l Hawkins,
Chat Joco,
W R Kendall,
Carroll McLord,
M Misenhcimer,
John P Sams.
W G Linsee.
SANTA rt.
Roilly Abott, C Bradsbaw,
James liankston, David Bray,
Alfred Crowble, G P Cameron,
James Gartner, David Shaver,
William Llckman.
THEBES.
William Browder, Wm Anderson,
1 nomas urowor,
J Christian Jr.,
John Davis,
Andrew Douglass
Aiicinei Azane,
Henrv Mass.
Jas Durham,
H;r .Putnam,
Rufus Miller,
Moses Leutz.
Alex Burke,
Alex C Hodges,
Abner ilcBnde,
ii W ueuly,
C Larry,
KlgtSle,
W E Allen,
A W Atkinson,
Jas Belcher,
II P Cogle,
Eli Douglas,
Gen W Child 1,
A u Gortner,
J C James,
U it iielly,
Sam'l H McGee,
u W ilalone,
S M P McClure,
Eli Absbire,
John Allen,
John II Brown,
W D Bond,
R E Cavender,
Goorgo Dezildcr,
C Greeoloy,
Jesse Jackson,
Wilson King,
Frank Pickott,
DOO
John Bowles,
William Coublo,
John A Durham,
Duncan Hight,
Jacob Light,
u f' Aimer.
OOOSE ISLAND.
A E Ethtrton,
John Bishop,
James Benson,
R Brewington,
John Clemson.
James Ellis,
John Hodges,
Jeorge James,
David Lipe,
Robert Rnssell,
TOOTH.
RIVER NEWS.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Tyrone, Cape Girardeau.
" Colorado, Vicksburg.
" Idlewild, Kvansville.
" C. V. Kountz, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" City of Quincy, St. Louis.
" Ada Hellman, Momphls.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducnh.
DA PARTED.
Steamer Tyrone. Cape Girardeau.
" Colorado. St. Loui.
Idlewild, Evansville.
C. V. Kountz, Now Orleans.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
City of Quincy, New Orleans.
Ada Heilman, Evansville.
Capitol City Vicksburg.
Illinois, Columbus.
Jim Fisk, Paducah.
BIO MUDDY COAL
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Prof. L. Kruger It prepared to give
nrivato lessont in elementary as well as in
the highest branches of education in the
English, German, French and anciont
language, at tho residences of those desir
ing Instruction, from Monday the 12th
inst. Inquire at Judge Bross' offlco.
8-101md&w.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Boxee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO DAY.
The fine and favorite passenger steamer
Belle Memphis Is the regular anchor lino
packet, leaving for Mempnis and all way
landings this evening at C o'clock. The
good steamer Le Claire is the Evansville
boat, leaving for the abovo and all points
on the Ohio river this evening at G o'clock.
The fast packet City of Vicksburg, Carter
master is the rezular anchor line boat for
St. Louis and way points this day at S
p.m. The Jim Fitk it the daily Paducah
departure leaving at 4 o clock punctually,
CONDITION Or THE RIVERS.
The decline in the Ohio at this point
for the past 24 hours was three inches
There is 4 feet on Caseyvillo bar, and
Si scarce on French Island bar, with a
fast falling river.
There is only 20 inches on the falls. On
Harpeth Shoals in Cumberland river there
is but 15 inches water, and the river on a
steady decline.
The lower end of the Mississippi con
tinues falling.
Tho pilots of the City of Quincy, re
ported 6 feet scant on Greenfield's.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business on the landings was quiet yes
terday. The packets arrived and departed
on timo with moderate trips.
The weather was hazy, with a pleasant
breezo and dust moving.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
The Grand Tower arrived at Green
field's Thursday night and in trying to
come over she ran aground and was de
tained about ten hour. Every time the
spars were set and bad any bearing on
them they tipped. She sparred off three ,'
times before she got safely away from the
bar. Tho C. V. Kountz took the wier
plan and went to the bank and came over
at daylight without having trouble. Sht
received largely here and cleared with a
big trip.
Captain Rates of the Nick Longworth,
now laid up at Moacd City, waj in town
yesterday. He will not bring out bis boat
until the rates are higher.
The Eddyrille, finding there was no
money to be made carrying cheap freights,
ha gono to the bank at Evansville, and
wait a better time.
The Commonwealth got aground at
Greenfields yesterday and was still there
when dark came on.
The Quincy came out all right, draw
ing nearly six feet with a good trip on
board.
NOTICE.
Tho Cairo Turners will hold their 10th
anniversary on Monday Soptomtcr 10th,
at John School's garden and hall. No
pains will bo spared to raako the enter
tainment a grand affair. Tho celobratton
will conclude with a largo ball. 1
Particulars and programmes will bo
furnished in duo time. The commlttoe of
arrangements is a very solccted one, and
know how to manage such things.
8-2 itf
House for rent on Division street, bo
tween Twentieth and Twenty-first stroot
Apply to Mrs. Gaffney, Central Houso.
aug21lf.
Our enterprising dry goods merchant,
Mr. J. Burger, is now in Now York,
making his purchases for the fall trado
New goods for late Summer and Fall
will begin to arrive early next weok, for
his clothing storo on the Loveo and his
dry goods house on Commercial avonuo.
In the meantime, the goods now on hand
will bo sold very cheap to mako room
for his now stock. His customors will find
gontlemanly clerks at both his establish'
ments, ready to show them goods at all
times, and assist them in making pur
chase. 8-23-lL
COMPTROLLER'S NOTICE.
Bids will be received at the city clerk's
offlco until 12 m., Friday, Septcmbor Cth,
for tho removal of garbago twlco each
week in tho citv. during tho month of
September. AH bids to be at so much for
the month n c tv scriD. The city re
serves the right to reject any and all bids
2t. E. A. Burnett, City Comptroller.
Ir you want FineTeasor Coffoos, Spices
or canned Fruit, choico fresh Buttor, or
the very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrico's
grocery storo on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
9-3-1 w.
FOR RENT.
Four fine airy rooms on the second floor,
Inquire at tho corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenue. tf,
Go to the Thalia for tno best Weiss
beor in town 5-21dtf
St. Louis Weiss beer at Jaeckel', a
sure provontivo of headache, tick stom
ach, and all tho ailments incident to the
climate. Try it. 0-3-dlw.
$25 REWARD I
Lost A light Sorrol Mare, about 14
ands high, with four white feot, whito
blaze in forehead, right hind leg sore
abovo tho hoof, and marks of flstulw on
both sides of tho shoulders. When last
seonhnd on a halter.
Twenty-Qvo dollars will bo given for
hor return to M. W. Parker's Llvory Sta
bio, Cairo, Illinois, or for any information
leading to hor recovery. 9-6-lw.
FLOWERS I FLOWERS 1 1
Selected strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, woll adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jackol's Saloon, corner of 12th
street nnd W ashington rvoouo. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glasses or pots, will
bloom at Christmas. 0-C-dlm.
NOTICE.
Ir.t.M. rt-s-Tit it'll 11 r'.i 1
AGENT'S OlTICK, C'AIIto, Sept. 6, 1072, j
To persons wishing to nttend tho Un
Ion Fair to bo hold at Jonesboro from
Soptember 11 to Septcmbor 13th, wo will
sell excursion tlckots lo Anna and return
at ono dollar und ninety cents ($1.00)
Sale of tickets will commence on the 10th
and discontinue on tho 13tb. Tickets good
until Septomber 14th inclusive.
9-C-dCt. James Johnson, Agent.
W. B. Rockwell Jc Co. have tho
goncy for tho sale of tickets to tho Free
Gift Concert in aid of tho Public Library
of Kentucky.
Five hundred thousand dollars in cur
rency to bo distributed in gl:1s of from
$100 to $100,000. Seo circulars.
sept5tf.
Kichenburg's cigar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity every uay. it i!
ocnied on fciglilli street between vtasn
ncton avenua and Ohio lovee. Tho Em
pefor William, In all his majesty, stands at
tho door inviting tho public to samplo the
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Kichonburg
is determined to succeed, and if merit In
tho goods can secure him success ho will
not bo disappointed. Go and see him.
B-H-d-im.
Caution. Kverv trenuino box of Dr
McLean's Liver Pilis bears tho signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
tneir private U. . stamp. "Take no
othor." Tho market is full of imitations,
It is tho popular verdict that poople who
havo been accustomed to the usoof Bitters
and Cordials aro obliged, eventually, to ro
torlto jlcLean s I.Ivor fills forpermanon
relief. 6-lCGtn
We respectfully inform the citizens
ot Cairo and vicinity that wo shall open
on or about the 1st of September, 1872, in
NefT new brick building on Eighth
street, with an entire new and olegant
stock of dry goods, clothing, etc.
6-10 tf. Blum & Auoon,
Ss
13:
' r. O. rJCHUll, CAIRO, Ills,
Tiik Paducah 'Kentucklan' complains
that that village has been afflicted this
season by several raids of Cairo mosquitoes.
This may bo truo. Wo have had in Cairo
this year tho mounest kind of mosquitoes,
low-downers, without a particle of respect
for themselves or their city mean enough
to blto a Paducah man, and low enough to
visit that Ileaven-forsakon city.
Yesterday aftornooa, about 4 o clock
an unknown woman broke Into McCor
mlck's bouse, near the mill, entered
tho apartment of ono of tho lodgers and
stole a pocket-book containing some five
dollars, togethor with some silverware and
other trinkets, In all valued ut some
twenty dollars. The thief inado good her
escape.
Mits. McGee has cleared her shelves of
summer goods to mako room for the large
and handsome stock of Full goods which
sho will be now doily receiving through
the Fall season, ller woll kuown good
taste and uccess in pleasing hor many
customors is a guarnnteo that only the
latest fashion and best quality of millinery
and fancy goods will bo found at hor es
tablishment. Ladies aro cordially invited
to call and examine her bounot, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flower, trimmings
of all sorts, etc., etc. 9-7-tf.
Michael Lazare,
John Hyland,
William C Allon,
John McNulty,
Eli Douglas,
John Lynch,
Thos. W HaUiday,
Thomas Brown,
.lames Ross,
II C Loflin,
Frank Pickett,
A II Spaulding.
Thomas Higgins,
It 1' Itobblns,
Enoch Beroy, John Barton,
Henry Hunsackcr, John S Ryal.
The following is the list of Petit and
Grand Jurors for tho Sept. term of the
Alexander Circuit Court, selected from
tho foregoing :
II P Cogle,
James Belcher,
M M Yourd,
Matin O'Shea,
James Quinn,
J W Moody,
Nailon,
A W Atkinson,
Sol A Silver,
H F Putnam,
William O'Callahan,
John Ritter,
John Breen,
David Shaver,
Uoachway liradsbaw, Henry matt,
Rebcrl Russell, Ruben Brewing ton
Wm. Lickman, Robert W Miller,
Madison Andorson, Samuel Hawkins,
James Kinsley, John Hodges,
A C Lippett, John H Durham,
Wm. II Schutter, George Burns,
James Brown, James Ellis,
J. M. Phillip, Christian Hanny,
M B Wiley, George James,
John Lambert, A Halley.
Thomas Leavy, D J Gallizan,
W R Kendall, Miles W Parker,
J B Sbelden, John H Sams,
John Shoahan.
QRAND JURORS.
A O Hodges, J W Stowart,
S I Bennett, John Barton.
John Clomson, James Rearden,
II W Henley, Louis Lincoln,
Edward Adams, Isaac Waldor,
Georgo W Malone, Andrew Douglass,
Henry Hunsacker, John L Ryal,
A C Attorton, Frank Murray,
Wm. F Pitcher, Wm II Stoner,
Jacob Christian, Jr. 8 Greonley,
R E Cavender, Newton Rico.
Petor Neff.
PHIL. HOWARD.
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
Cllj National Bank Bnllillnir.
1 r"H attention paid to order Irom stearu
boat night or dav
Pure Wines and Liquors not a head
ache or a fight in a thousand gallon of
It at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenuo.
9-3-dlw.
The Bismark Bund, Section 47, will
hold a grand ball on October loth. Par
ticulars and programmes will bo furnished
in due time. The committee of arrange
ments is composed of
Herman Myer,
Hiram Bixuy,
JOHM W. FhUESS.
dtf.
THE
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN
COMPANY.
HIBERNIANS, ATTENTION I
The annual olection of officers of the
Hibernian Fire Company, No. 4. will bo
held at thoir engine bouse this (Saturday)
evening. A full attention is requested.
H. M. J. Howley, Sec'y.
FOR SALE.
Orders for hotel accommodation.
Grand Central Hotel, New York City.
Will be sold at a discount, and are same as
cash at tho hotel. Enquire at Bulletin
office. E. A. Burnett.
dtf.
NOTICE.
Agent's Office I. C. R. R. Co.,
Cairo, Aug. 29, 1872.;
Hereafter all bills of lading for prop
erty shipped on tho transit steamer Illi
nois will be signed at the stono depot of
fice. Jas. Johnson, Agt.
8-30tf.
WANTED.
Two good Boot makers, plenty of work
and good pay. Apply to B. Jones
Cora, ave., bet. 10th & 11th sts.,
0.7.31 Cairo, Ills.
F.ICHHOFFFURNITURKFACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff has purchased the inter
est of his brothers in tho abovo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furniture manufacturing business with
great tuccoss. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, tnd can war
rant every article ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of Jiedlead.t, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desk, ward robes, mat
tresses, otc, always on hand, and hisprices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
tory. C25tf.
P. Saup's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo Is located on Commercial avonuo,
between Sixth and Seventh streots, and
marked by the unique sign of "the Girl of
tho Poriod.'
Ir you wish to inauigo in a delicious
cigar, patronize P.Saup, Commercial avo
nuo If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar storo.
Dan. Hahtuan hat received one of tho
largest stocks of Fruit Jan ever before
brought to Cairo, and it detirout of closing
it out without delay. He therefore offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain telf-toalors,
quart at 12.00 per dozen; glasswire tops,
quarts, at $1,25 per dozen and half-galloni
at 12.00 per dozen, Thote are the cheapest
prices ia the market. tf
NEW AND LAROE K4CTORY ERECTED ITh
SIZE, CAPACITY, LOCATIONS, ETC.
IKrom the Detroit 'Trlbune.'l
Messrs. Simmons, Clough & Co.. manu
facturorsof reed organs, etc., having met
witn a remarKaDio success in business, on
account ofthe excellence of thoir wares,
found their quarters the block occupied
by them on Miama avonuo, near tho
corner of Gratiot ontirely too small
Consequently they have entered into ar
rangoments to increase the capacity of
meir wonts, anu in doing so oxpoct to bo
fully able to supply all the demands that
may be maae upon ttiem. Tiioir busmen
has grown to immenso proportions, and. not
withstanding their enteprising disposition
anu qualities, tney nave been unable, dur
ing tho past year especially, to keep paco
with their orders. This stato of affairs Is
gratifying alike to the city and to th
firm.
On the 1st ot January a now partner
ship was formed, which is to last tbroo
year, and It will bo known as tho Sim
rnons cc Clongh Organ Comonnv. F,
Simmons, Jiuuos E. Clough and Joseph A
Warren are to bo the general nartner anti
Jesse H. Farwell is admitted as a special
partner, tho latter contributing $30,000 to
mo capital stock- 01 tho concern. Ar
rangoments havo also boon perfected
whereby the capital stock can bo increased
at any timo, and tho members of tho firm
urojully ablo to carry them out.
Nor is this all. Tho comoanv havo nur,
chased u largo lot on the north-oast corner
01 t.'ongres and blxth street, upon which
moy iiavo orecteu a manuiactory ot largi
capacity, and ono that in completeness o
detail, durability and in exterior finish I
a decided ornament to that part of the
city. Wo aro unablo to give a minuto
description of tho structure It has
frontugo of 120 foot on Sixth street by 60
luev un vongregs street, anu besides a Iilgli
basement is four Btorlcs in hoight. Tho
lot has a frontago on Sixth street of 120
toot, and on Congress street of 138 foot
Thus it will bo seen that thero will bo abund
anco 01 room, hoparuto from tho main
building tliero is an cngino-room, drv
kilns, etc., and in tho course of timo an
addition will bo made to tho furmor so as
to give it an "1." bttpo.
Tho factory Is supplied with a 40 hors
powor engine, and now machinery
throughout, and is ono of tho largest
ouiiuings usou lor manutaciuring pur
poses in tins city, xno cost 01 tno build
tag is estimated at about $100,000. Tho
new building will accommodate all the!
employes, and betides being commodious
will bo heated by stoam. It was com
pleted and ready for occupancy on tho 1st
01 jiay, lari.
Tho company manufacture 40 difforont
styles of instruments, which soli for from
$oo to ir&OO each, and tho groat doinand
for them ts tho best proof 01 thoir iual tv,
Their "cabinot styles" havo bocomo groat
favorites whorever tney tiavo been Intro
duced, especially since tho introduction
into them of the stops, tho Vox Celeste ani
the Louis patent Vox Jlumana. To tho
grand combination organs they aro ap
plying a wonuonui invention which 1
known as Scribnor's patent "ouallfvin
tubes," whioh impart to tho organ a smooth
fluto-liko quality of tore and increase tho
power and brilliancy of tho music. Th
new company is composod of energetic
business men, and they undoubtedly nave
a goou luture before mom. 9-atl.
Our Home Advertisers.
B T soeBS.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
O. HANNY.
ARQE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TIOKINOS.
CHECKS,
AND
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JEANS, FETRA,
OASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
ASK
LUSTERS,
GROS'JKAIN SILKS,
POPLIICM.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
OIL.OLOTHS,'
UATTINO,
Wlaelew MksktUl,
OlLT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
Mis Esttlro Ntocat
IT
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNER &TU IT. AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Cairo, Illlaola.
septllf
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
THOS. SOUTH,
lla opened a llunicn Shop on Washington
A venue, between 1 emit anil tlevcniti
Streets for thc"purtK-o of MANU
KACTL'RINO all kind of
DOUBLE k SINGLE HARNESS
U-lters, Bridled, Scc,
hlch he keep on sle or will make to
order. Hn motto It : "Good Stock, good
worK, anu justice to an men."
All Kind"! or repairing none witn neatne
and dUpatcb. Ule htm a trial, you will
find he don't propose to "Stand on a home
iinng." augiti
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Mamifactureri of and Dealer in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LUMBER
Having the Mile right In this city lo ue th
FULTON DRY KILN,
me ucsi rutcnt M n extant, we are eine,
dally prepared to funili-li at all times, on
me siioncsi notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER
Attention Is called to our stock of
"WLlLISrU"T, ASH
A X I
CYPRESS FLOORING
Lumber delivered to any part of tho city
uruero receiveu ai me omce oi
S AFFORD, MORRIS CANDEE,
or at that of the company,
street and Ohio levee
comer of 3lth
aug2.'id3m.
NILI.INEKY.
MRS. JIcOEE,
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ngtnn ATenues, Is dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY Q0ODS
or tiii
LATEST SPRINO AND SUMMER STYLES.
Beside lull line of
BOlTliTETB &c HAT3
ITrlmmedand untrlmmod,
KRCNCU FLOWERS, ItlBBONrJ, TRIMMINGS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McOee has also
Fancy Articles, such a
a large assortment o
NECK Tl., COLLARS. UNDEIIHLEEVE8.
RUFFS, SASHES, FANS,, '
And all other articles usually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
,r..,!0e ,D 'lllHon to her stock of Fancy
nd Millinery (loods, has a fine and complete a,
sortment ol Cincinnati Custom Made Ladies
nnd Misses' Shoe and Children' Hoots, Black
and In Color. These are acknowledged to be
the net and bett shoes in the market, and thla
!' lly" r P lD th9 Cl,jr ,hem
HENRY II. MEYER,
BXOELSIOa
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
ZP-A-IILSTTIEIR,,
GRAINING AND MARBL'lNG
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
Purtlculur attention paid to (ilass Gliding
Ordery holldted for Scenery, Frcscoo and
Bniiuer Puliitlng.
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain und ornamental. All work In
trusted to my care will bo promptly at
tended to. shop In Perry House, corner ot
Commercial uveuue and Eighth street,
septitf,
ST. NICHOLAS
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY WALKER fc CO, Prop'rs.
Till house 1 newly fitted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES 'f
Aud two due
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kind of
PLAYERS.
The mIoou It stocked with the Beit
Hraudsof
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
are compounded In the most approved style
BSsTCoine and see foryottnielf. They keep
on hand a tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
LAND HERRING.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
are spread morning and evening at tiln
o'clock, nt which all are Invited to parttu
pato frco of charge. 8-13(1 tt.
BOOT AND SHOE MTOBE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
10& Commorclal Avo., near Atheneura.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS'' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Shoes.
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
WUUIM WOOD I I WOOD II
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, It sat Ckeaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo, Leavo 'order
on tho slates at the PomoIIIco aud at Ross
cOal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Ten tit and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will oord the wood
up If ueslred,
auglO-tf DENNIS HALEY,

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