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LOCALS OPJTJIE WEEK.
THE CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD.
Mk. Paul O. Bchuh ha gone to Chicago.
Joe Arnold I away down in Ocorgla
after a thief.
Hcni'M ti tlio diieaia now In tho as
cendancy In' Cairo.
Statf. taxes this year, forty-flvo conU
on tho hundred dollars.
Skkvick as usual this niurning at the
Church of the 1'cdcomcr.
Tiik colored man, Bird, Indignantly de
nies that ho U for Greeley.
Cairo U now tho dustiest town in
Amcfica, excepting Paducah.
Oun lawyers return to the city for de
vctional exorcises every Sunday.
! The Iron Mountain Elevator, at Bel
mont, Is being lengthened 150 feet.
Dunminu has resigned the position of
Street Supervisor not Dr. Dunning, but
The steamer Grand Tower was detained
ten hours on Greenfield's bar last Thurs
day. Linkiiak liai not been vUililo fur some
time. Ho Is probably out on the war path
Dr. Condon, of Anna, made a rousing
speech last week before the Jonesboro
Greeley and llrown club.
Mr. Thomas Wilton in -till abent at
Springfield. Tho ilonrd of Kualir.a
tion ii In permanent e-ilon.
Tin: Arab flro company boat that their
ball, on Monday night last, was it pecuni
ary as well as it social micccm.
Couny rourt, during its session lint
week, transacted a large amount of busi
ness, and adjourned In good crder.
The coming anniversary celebration of
tho Turners, U Schicl s gard.n and hall, I rjOHi 8(ld applied to a lew of these light
on the lOlli, promises to bo ucce... ! flgBrcd gentleman by a pistol syrloge
Tiii-.ee car loads of iron for tin Cairo I would rid the town of the fellowr. "Who
and St. Louis railroad arrived nt Cobden, 1,0 l'ln ,lr'1 citir.cn to administer this
on the IllInoI Central, a few days ago. j '"' J'cine "
Til K "ourilv Court did nut .ilnblii.h twnl
additional polling places in A Wander
county as praved for l.v 1W petitioners.
.inty as prayed for by Tope pet
Geokue UluiHlPud, of liolc'indcr. was In
town Thursday and Friday. ll reprvser.t
the Liberal prntpecls In I'.rtHS altogether
Jill Carroll and other Liberals of the
Fourth ward havo organized a Greeley
club, and arc swinging the Liberal club at
the Grant party.
A Gr.r.El.KV zephyr blew the rafters oil"
tho Grant wigwam on Friday. Tho very
winds of heaven havo the exposition of
tho Kti-klux in them.
Col. Smith, of Dodge, Lord & Co , was
in tho city Friday. This firm has been
bidding to do tho work on the Kentucky
and Tennessee railroad.
Why don't the literati of Cairo, and the
men who have reforms In their mind's
eye, communicate their ideas to the public
through The Bulletin?
A drunken beast of a husband and his
drunken ton, following the coffin of the
wife and mother, were a 'pectacle to which
some of our citizens were treated last
Ho.v. Dan. W. Munn was visible on the
streets yesterday. Shall wo not now hear
his clarion voice speaking in behalf of the
man who furnishes to him hi- bread and
Mr. .). T. Kuuiilo offer for sale on easy
terms, a valuable farm within seven miles
of Metropolis, on the .lonesboro road, con
sisting of 'J00 acre, CO acres cleared. Seo
That correspondent of ours who
became witty at the expenso of th? Smith
family should hiro his wit to a comio
almanac maker. As a Joker, ho is chained
Why don't the enterprising Liberals
press tho circulation of tho Weekly Bul
letin? It is only II a year, and con
tains thirty columns ol carefully pre
pared reading matter.
Mrs. Powers was knocked senseless by 1
tho polo of tho Indian show, which gave !
way and struck her on tho breast. Sho is
not dangerou-ly injuied, but is confined to
her bed. The blow was severe.
Dn. A. M. Austin hat returned to tho
city and entered into co-partner.ship with
Dr. P. L. Williams, at No. 7, Eighth
street. Everybody will bo glad to wcl- I
como Dr. Austin back to Cairo.
The raco for county ollices in Alexander
county will be a scrub race a lively scrub,
and may tho dovil tttko tho hindmost man.
So, boys, all of you, quicken your pacts,
that you may escape impendine doom.
A ralllo and dunco will bo given at the
Gibson Louse, corner of 4th street and
Commercial avenue, on Wednesday 11th
iust., for a gold lockot.
Mrs. J. P. Gibson.
The Shawnoctown 'Mercury' calls
John P. Holoy " a novieo so far as tho
political situation is concerned In Sbaw-
neetown." The ' .Mercury " will bark
up the wrong troo when it goos for Heloy.
Col. Martin, of Paducah, and othor dis
tinguished speakers will address tho Lib
erals ol Cairo on Tuesday night, at the
Liboral meeting place, on Eloventh street,
botweon Washington avenuo and "Walnut
On Friday last, Outsio Smith, ton of
Dr. Smith, broko his arm. Ho was run
ning nnd fell, and his arm struck ti brick
bat, with tho abovo result. Tho little fol
low Is about, and seems to enjoy hU
The Blsmark Bund, section 17, will glvo
a grand ball October loth. Particulars
and programuio will bo furnished In due
time. Horman Meyer, Hiram llixby and
John Pruess aro tho committee, of ar
Rev. II. II. Thayer will deliver a dis.
course this morning; In the Presbyterian
church, upon tho following subject: "Tho
fallen Woman." This Is to bo follo?od,
Mk. Ohorly ol Tim Nullktik, in tho
hearing of tho members of Urn Arum
Greeley club, Jerked a Liberal speech
bald headed, Friday night, which slangy
expre'fion nlmc.it gives us n chill, but
can iilono do juHlco to that speech.
Tick Rot. Mr. Thayer will deliver two
rermons to-day on lnlcretlng subjects, and
will no doubt havo largo congregations.
This reverend gentleman is becoming
very popular with church.goor, and is
well liked by outsiders. He Is, we believe,
destined to a "good work" in Cairo.
II j: ai.t n officer Wooton denies that
there Is any f mall-pox In the city. Tho
child tnentjoned In Tiik' Buixkti.v as a
victim of that disease died of a skin dis
ease, but had none of the small. pox dis
tinctive symytoms. Hut it Is best to bo
Harm an and Vocum, tho candidates for
Circuit Clerk, and Irvln and Saup, the
candidates for Sheriff, aro cool and col
lected, but thero is little breeze of feeV
lag springing up botween the respective
friends of Webb and l'ope, the candidates
for County Attorney.
1'asino down Coinmerciul avenuo yet
torday we noticed a considerable rush of
teams for water nt tho tank at the Vulcan
Iron Works, and on Inquiring wo lcnrned
that all tho citizens of Cairo can be sup
plied with water from tho Vulcan drive
well, pumped by steam. The water Is
good for building purposes and stock. 3t
Til ehe have appeared in tho Held two
candidates for City Treasurer, Mr. It. A.
Cunningham ind Mr. C. K. .Slack. To
me tho language of Byron, loth are young
and one Is beautiful; and, to assert a fact
on our own responsibility, either would
muku a competent Treasurer. Who aro
tho other aspirants7 Two will furnish
no r.est to the canvass.
Jil'iun.AKH have been plying their call
ing in Culro during the past week but
have mado very little money. Thornton
drove a couple out of his bed-room Thurs
day lib. tit. hilt fulled fn r.r-t n glint nt plthnr.
l!f,M ft notiro in this issue it will bo
l"" lhat Pr' TaW h" 0Pn(!,1 n "Mce
' in U,U olt' for ,he o1,clricl treatment of
lieaiea. 'I lie Improved method of ar-
plying galvanism and electro magnetism
it now attracting a great deal of attention
and holds out much encouragement to
those who may be suffering from tho hith
erto incurable diseaer The doctor's ex
tensive experience in tho regular field of
practice gives him many advantages in
this new Held of therapeutics.
."tree! railroad- will oon bu a m-n-lly
In Cairo. Scleral gvnth-uifii who have a
great deal or walking to do are beginning to
agitate the question. Oiiro liullfiih.
All right, my em y ! treet railroad- during
ibe dri -uuiinVr months and gondolas during
the winter. 1'ihtutah Kinttitlitin.
If we were not a timid man we would
can VlJU in lll0 iftDgn,,0 0f Horace Gree-
ley, a horse-thief and a villian; but we
won't. We jiay,bowever, remark without
danger of an appeal on your part to tho
code that you are to all Intents and pur
po'es n fibber. Thero now,
Cait. Thomas WaUon, tbo gentlemanly
Signal Observer at this station, has kindly
furnished us with n compitrntivu meteoro
logical statement for the months of Juno,
July, and Augiut, 1871 and 1872, which
gives some Interesting fucts :
Al 2 IE
July, . .
Last year, in tho month of June, July
and August wo had here at Cairo ' inches
01-100ths moro rain than during tho same
months this year. Last year the highest
notch the thermometer reached was 98(
and this year 05; tho lowest temperature
last year in July was 00 and this year 05,
So, July 1871 was hotter than July 1872
and July 1871 was cooler than 1872. This
is somewhat paradoxical, but true. It you
don't bellevo us ask Watson. In August
1871, tho mercury reached 00, and in 1872
it went up to M j in 1871, it went down in
August to CO, and in 1872 to C'J. So,
August 187,.(, according to tho mercury
and our recollection, was hotter than
The following tablo, furnished by Capt.
Thomas L. Watson, observer, at this sta
tion, in tho signal service of tho United
States, shows tho daily and monthly mean
of barometer and thermometer, velocity
of wind nnd nmount of rainfall, with pre
vailing direction of wind for tho month of
Mean Dally Mean Daily .. .
Date.) itiiromutur. Thermometer, j
A"g. I i M.m 79.75 .00
" 2 U0.077 77.00 .00
" 3 80.110 73. , .00
" 1 ao.WO 73.75 .00
" 5 30.108 70 00 .00
' 0 30.130 80.00 .00
" 7 I 30.117 ! 8l.7o .00
8 ! 30.0'J3 80.00 .00
" 0 30.005 82.00 , .00
10 30.045 i 82.25 .00
" 10 30.012 i 80.25 .00
" 12 30.017 84.25 .00
13 20.903 81.50 .00
" 14 30.030 30.75 .00
" 15 30.005 78.50 .00
' 10 30.0J8 78.50 .00
17 30.070 80.50 .00
" 18 30.135 82.00 .00
19 30.176 84 00 .00
ii 'J0 30.180 84.75 .00
ii 21 30.205 83.75 .00
it 22 30.140 81.75 .00
" 23 30.027 80.25 .11
24 29,938 85.00 .00
" 25 30.010 80.C0 .00
" 20 30.047 81.25 .00
" 27 29.092 80.50 .00
" 28 29.918 84.75 .00
" 29 30.125 74.00 .02
" 30 30.115 70.00 i .00
" 31 30.165 09.25 .00
Mean. ,30.078 80.298
Total rain 19
Previalinu Wind, North.
Total No. Milks Traveled, 2937
25th and 2Uth
Titi Carnil 'Courier,' of tho 6th Inst.
Tlio C. &, V. It. It I completed from tlil
place to .Mt. Cnrmcl, and regular trains will
he running from litre to that plare In a few
"ay. Mai. Morrcll, superintendent of con
Mructlon U the right iniin In tlio right place
to fccurc the carllot completion of this great
thoroughfare. It will he hut a few day un
til the track will he laid to the point where
the bridge l being built, iiml then the truck
layers will lie put to work laying the Iron
south of thl place, and the gup of twenty
mllci now open will coon ho closed, and we
will then be III railroad communication with
llarrkburg and oilier town- In .Saline
On Thursdayjlasl, between !! and 4 o'clock
pin., either between Nineteenth and
Twentieth. streots on Poplar street, or be
tween Poplar and Commercial avene, on
Twentieth, n pocket book containing
$108.10 cash. A liboral reward will be
paid on tho return of the abovo to The
Bum.eti.v ofllco or to my confectionery,
In Hudcr's block. Joskimi Smith.
Ptcamer Dexter, N. Orleans.
11 Arkansas Belle, Kvatisville.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
11 Pnintcr, Shotwelk
" Mary Miller, Louisville.
.. 11 New Bon Accord, St. Louis.
" Common wealth, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer Dexter, St. Loui.
'" Arkansas Belle, Kvansville.
" Citv of Chester, Memphis.
." Painter, Shotwell.
" Mary Miller, N, Orleans.
" New Bon Accord, Memphis.
" Commonwealth, N. Orleans,
11 Illinois, Columbia.
x' " Jim Fitk, Paducah.
Ill (J MUDDY COAL
Steamboats supplied at any limo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any ipiantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special ooii tracts offered on favorable
terms upon implication.
II. V. Olyimiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
110AT-O0 LEAVE TO'DAY
The Hue packet Colorado I- the. regular
boat for VIckbiirg and all way landlli;-,
leaiing this eielilng at U o'clock punctually.
The clccaut St. .lo-ejih I- the Anchor Line
jiacket for Mempht-uud all way point- and
will depart thU moriiliij,' at i! o'clock. The
fa-t Reamer Grand Tower will leave to
night for st. I.ouU ami all way lauding.
The plemlld pa ciwr i-teamer.lohu I.iun
daii, l the boat departing fur Kvan-vUlc and
all iMjlnt on the Ohio river thl uvenliig at
U o'eloclc. The line packet Lallargc U due
bound f..r .New Orlean-, leal Ing to-day.
conditon op the lttvER.
Another fall or:: Inch,-, during the pa-t
Jl hour-, in the Ohio at till- place. The
total decline for the week endlni; lat even-
lilt,', wii. XI luetic
The lir-t of the Week
lilt' .UJI Warn MTV rHJMII.IMU IH"Y U 1 SU'.HHI
.1 - st ... - ..t.l t ... I. t III..
Have r.iiu-n in the wciuuy i i'muun.
.....I .... 1,.11,,,. f.r . infill
ri-e In the riier up there. The Ohio I- -III!
on a -teadvileeline from I'iiiclnnall to It. ,
iiiouth. with" a low and uiidelmed ehaniiel. ,
The wor-t place l at French I-land, where
there I- only mi Inejie with the stick. ( 'urn-1
hcrland ha hardly any water in it, andi- fall- ;
ii daily. The MU-I-sippl has raised a few
Indies, at fct. I.ouI, but at the lower end it !
-till on the decline with Ii than li feet at
Oreeti!leM,..andunlc-lMi4t surrecd in fret-
t 111'. .11 .! ilii.c lii ilavllL'bt. thev bad better
laiM.p Tor the night.' There. . about s reel , biJ. ubject 10 tne approval of the city
from here to Memphis. council.
iiuhinkkk and weather. Alderman Rcarden moved that the re-
During the pat week nothing remarkable port bo received and tho action of the
happened, in tho -hipping of freight, .till it .comptroller be concurred In. Carried by
wa far rrom being a dull week. La-t night tne following vote: Aye Buder, Rear
round the freight pretty well cleaned out. d Kobsnson, SatTord, Stancil and
(I . ... V"..... ,. till... " '
literate, inim ueni m .wi wiie.ni. bic
on pound freight, and 35c. on lour. There
wa eiery Indication or rain nearly all day,
hut nary a drop had fallen up to iluk, and
whv . tlii- thii.?
siril.MAUV OF ITEMS Of THE WEEK
The Vet wind took a lighter around to
the Commonwealth, and It lightened her up
elioilgli lo lei ner on mo oar. suv was
aground about ten hour. She arrived here
about 10 o'clock yei-terday morning, having l.
a L'ooil trin'ou board. She tilled out her trip
n.iil t.w.L- lii tmv thf. line-... Itpil StlirL'tllL'.
loaded with freight ami one barge r
STREET tsCPERVICOR ELECTED.
The tow boat, ltee, cracked a holler head j Tho mayor nominated H. C. Loflln for
and had to leave her barges at Oraml Tower, office of street supervisor to fill tho va
aud go to St. I.oul. light for repair. The J. CHo0y caused by tho resignation of M. L
N. Kellogg, will therefore, go on to New Or-1 j)unrfjng,
lean, with her tow-. ,, Mr. Loflin was elected bv the following
The Marv Miller brought out l.fl ton-, and .
received m. ton. here. She.ame out draw- vote: Ayes-Buder, Cunningham, Me
ing 33 niche., and rubbed very hard In -ev- calf, Philli, Rcarden, Robinon, Safford,
eral place-. Her pilot- report only 30 Inches ! Stancil, Stratton, Walder and Wood 11.
on French Hand, that being the wor.t bar j Nays 0.
In the river. On motion of Councilman Wood tho
The Painter came in with a tow of coal, couucji tleIl adjourned.
and relurnoillo the mine, with a tow ol
The tow boat, Hero, owned by NellU.
A: Co., of this city, wa. .old covend day.
ago to )l(r, Riidard ami Miller, for threu
thou.and dollar-. They have the contract
of building a dam at Cumberland Hand up
po.llu Siiiithland, and will umi her for that
purpo.e. They are alo contracture tor the
removal or that dangerou. ob-tructlon,
knowh as Bacon Rock, lylugju.t aboie the
month or the Ohio, There U about seven
feet water on the rock, and they will prob
ablv commence lis reinoial a mioii as the
river get low enough
dipt. Ryniaii. ownerof the Eddyillle, will'
i-ooii have another boat at hl disposal, one-,
half ot tho .lumen Rankin, valued at S,ooo, J
ban been bet agalii-t the hair value or the
Kddyiille, or the aiuu amount on the presi- j
dentlal election. Capt. ltynian bet. that j
Greeley will be elected.
Engineer Hiram Warner returned from
St. I.onU, where he went with his patented
car coupler. The Invention U a great thing
and only need, a trial to .how that It Is the
be.t thing ot the kind ever Invented.
The Cairo city ivhurfbout hii. hud It. deck
thoroughly caulked and a new captain
placed at the head.
The Dexter went to Mound City with rail
road Iron for the Cairo and Vlneenncs rail
road. The New Bon Accord pa.cd by for Me.
tropoll. to get the hull uf the new dteamer
John B. Maude, uml will tow it to St. I.oul.
The ldlew lld has been chartered to take the,
plaennfthotran.lt steamer llllnoN during
tho time she lay. up repairing. The John
LuiiimIoii takes the place of the ldlewlld In
the Kvamiillo trade.
City NittlostNl Bststls pttlldlHsT.
aaJSpeclal attcntioa paid to orders Irom stesm
V.lclmnbiirf'a elmir and tobacco ntand
' is growing In popularity overy day. It is
Ol- TIIK CITT
CoU.VClL ( IIAMHKK, )
C'AlllO, ILLS,, Sept. t), 1872. J
Present HI Honor Mayor Lansden
and Cunningham, Mclcalf, Fhlllli, Hear
den, Robinson, Safford, Standi, Strattun
and Wnldcr 10.
On motion of Alderman Itobinson the
reading of the minutes was dispensed
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance au
thorizing tho construction of an approach
to Washington avenuo on 17th street'1
was read a second tlrno and on motion of
Aid. Cunningham, referred to tho board of
Councilman Wood appeared and took
An ordinaiico entitled "an ordinanco to
amend ordinanco No. 3 of the revised or
dinances'' was read a second time, and on
motion of Aid. Safford referred to tho
board of aldermen.
Alderman Buder appeared in his seat.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinance
providing for an alteration of tho city
grade and an Amendment of ordinanco No.
17 of the revised ordinances'' was read a
second time, and on motion of Aid. Cun
ningham referred as above.
On motion of Alderman Itobinson an
ordinanco entitled "an ordinanco to amend
I lection 10 of ordinance No. U of tho re
vised ordinances," which was tabled at tho
I last meeting, was called up. .
Alderman Kobinson moved to amend
said ordinance by striking, cut all of said
ordinance between the word "the" in the
first line and the word "words" in the
tenth lino of saM ordinance. Carried.
Alderman Robinson moved to refer tin
ordinanco as amended to tho board of al
dermen. On a call for tho ayes and nays
by Councilman Wood, the motion was
carried as follows: Ayes liuder, Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Itobinson, Ssll'ord,
Stancil and Walder 8. Nays-1'hlllii,
Heard en and Wood 3.
STItKEr COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho street committco to whom was re
ferred a communication from the cornmis
sionerr of highways for township 17 south
range 1 west, reported that in view of the
great Importance to the city of tho con
struction of good roads leading to it, they
aro of the opinion that said commissioners
should levy a tax of 30 cents on tho $10u,
and that the amount of said tax to be col
lected on property within tho city limits
I should be expended on roads and bridges
outside the city limits. The committee
recommended the adoption of tho follow
ing resolution, viz :
Resolved, That it bo and hereby is re-
I commended to the commissioners o'f high-
I' . tl Pjlhl
on nil tlio taxable property in laid town-
I tion'ttnH ronair of bridges and roads within
' Un motion of Alderman Robinion tbo
j report was received and the resolution
removal or oarhaoe.
The city comptroller reported that ho
had advertised bids for tho removal of the
garbage, and bad received but one bid, that
0f j;. Cantwell. who proposod to removo
tho garbage in the city twice a week dur
ing tho present month for tbo sum of $80
in city scrip. That he had contracted
with Mr. Cantwell in accordance with his
Walder 6. Nays Cunningham,
cair, Phillls, Stratton and Wood 5.
State and city liijuor bonds of Thomas
j Parker and Louis Montaguo were pre-
sentod nnd, on motion of Aid. Under ap
DUNNING 8 RESIGNATION.
Councilman Wood moved that the res
nation ol street supervisor Dunning
which was referred to tho financo commlt-
too at last mooting, bo accepted
M. J. Hoivley, City Clerk.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a roligious fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a fact Indisputable, that P.
SAUP has on hand, at his popular To
bacco and Cigar Stork, tho best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
bost, most rellablo and cheapest
Pianos and Organs in tho market and on
! terms to suit tho purchaser. Old instru-
ments taken in part payment for now
Those wishing to purchase instruments
had better buy of an agent who is ac
quainted with tho construction of instru
ments and ono that can bo relied on.
Every instrument worranted for fivo years.
N. P. Curtice, Agent.
IOEI ICE 11 IOEIII
From Wodnosday May 1st, tho ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tho summer months. Nono but
puro northern lako ico will be delivered.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
The Human Roof and its i hatch
INO. If tho man deserves well of his
country that makes two blades of grass
grow where only ono grew before, surely
ho who produces u glorious crop of hair
on a comparatively barren scalp deserves
tho hearty thanks of the obliged party.
All honor, thorcfore, to Professor E. T.
Lyon, for unquestionably, his renowned
Kathalron accomplisbet this object. Gen
tlemon whoso whiskers aro shy of makine
their appearance in force, or the fibers of
whoso mustaencs uiseioso ttioso "magnifi
cent distances" for which Washlncton
uiiy was onto so lamous, will uuu tills
Hair Porsuadar the most wonderful on
couragor of fibrous development that has
yet been Invented. Both sexes aro ad
vised to uso it, as, by all odds, it is the
"!- ? . 1 .. . . . .
oesi article lor improving te growth and
beauty of tho hair, koculnc it treo from
scurf nnd dandruff, preventing it from be
coming harsh, dry and gray giving it a
rich gloss and ondWiig it with flexibility
JMBW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
F. Blankcnburg wishes to announco to
his friends and patrons that ho has suc
ceeded In engaging Prof. Wilbrocht of
St. Louis, a nno pianist, who will amuse
tho lovers of music with a selection of
charming pieces on tho piano. Every
body is invited to tho Excelsior, corner
of 14th street and Washington nvenuo.
ROSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
On Commercial avenue, foot of Eleventh
street, Mr. Uos, .till continues to deal ox-1
tenslvoly In lime, cement, plaster paris,
plastering hair, otc, also DuQuoln, Mar
Ion and Sotitcrn Illinois coal at from
$20 00 to $30 00 per car load.
Locis Bl.ATAf'a saloou deserves the
popularity In to which ithasgrowu. It has
been verv bandsomolv fitted up. and Is so
comfortable that It Is . pleasure to wb.le
away a spare nour mere, auo ur it
supplied with all kinds of flna liquor and
wines, and with tho best of Fresh Lager
ii. .n.t Walaa 1tui t Imt In HMiciousents
' . ,, , , i..i, r. .
cannot bo excolled. A lunch, freo
patrons, Is spread evoryuay, ana an nrticie
of SwoitEor Cheese, tho best inthomarkot, I
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau invites
tho public to glvo him a call, on Eighth t
street, betweon Commercial avenuo and
Ohio Lovce, opposite tho Perry House, In
Rlsor's building. 7-2. d tf
t , 1 1 i H ii 1 1 i - j
Mm. J.,11. Obcrly, ..
Mrs. J. T. Bennie, f4 '
Mrs. Wl A. Bristol, '
nrs. r. xnouipiou,
Mrs. B. F. Fields,
3Irs. Miles Parker,
Mrs. W. "W. Thornton,
.Mrs. A. Comings,
Mm. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs. M. Smallenberg,
Mrs. O. M. Alden,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. Kll bourn, '
Mrs. CP. Parsons.
The abovo list comprise a few of tho
ladles who havo tested and aro using
Bitrmett's Steam CoOKi.vd Veshel, and I
peak In terms of highest praise of it.
TI.ah m wlA nltiAtia Itsllnwlt d.s timtll1 I
JLUVjr AUU utuuia usiii ! sraj sjiivv nuuiu
not do without it for many times its cost. ;
Forsalo by A. H alley on Washington 1
"WATER-proof St. Louis.Lagor bcor at
tho Thalia Saloon. Perons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never (
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
The undersigned, late workmen with
J. P. Gamble, have opened a shop, corner
of ICth street and Commercial avenue, for
I mo manuiaciuro ami repair oi agons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., and for tho pur
pose of doing a general wuee'.riuiit
business. Thoy respecliully ask a share
of tho public patronage.
aug. 13-tf. C. C. Davidson.
Lost A light Sorrel Marc, about 14
hands high, with four whito feet, white
blar.o In forehead, right hind leg sore
abovo tho hoof, and marks of fistula.' on
both sides of tho shoulders. When last
teen had on a halter.
Twenty-flvo dollars will be given for
her return to M. W.Parker's Livory Sta-
blo, Cairo, Illinois, or for any information
leading to her recovery. 9-5-lw.
FLOWERS 1 FLOWERS ! !
Selected strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jackel's Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glasses or pots, will
bloom at Christmas. 9-G-dlm.
Ills. Ckntral'R. R. Co.. i
agent's Office, Cairo, Sept. 5, 1072, J
To persons wiahing to attend the Un
ion Fair to bo hold at Jonesboro from
September 11 to September 13th, wo will
sell excursion tickets lo Anna and return
at ono dollar and ninety cents (1.90).
Sale of tickets will commence on the 10th
and discontinue on tbo 13th.
uuill k7upiouiucr mil iiiuiuani;.
.m c. t it.1. r i . . . !
9-C-dOt. Jameh Jon.NsoN, Agent.
W. B. Rockwell Si Co. have the
agency for tho sale of tickets to tbo Freo
Gift Concert In aid of tho Public Library
Fivo hundred thousand dollars In cur
rency to bo distributed in gil'ts of from
S100 to 100,000. Seo circulars.
Blumj& Amson will open about tho
1st of September with a now stock of
clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, etc.,
which will bo selected by Mr. Blum in
tho Eastern markets, during this month
His large exporienco in tbo business and
acquaintance with tho wants of tho people,
will onablo him to make his stock full and
completely suited to all classes and ages.
Remombor tho place NcfTs new brick
building on highth street, betweon Com
mercial and Washington avenues.
HOW TO GO WEST.
This is an onquiry which every ono
should havo truthfully answered before ho
starts on bis journey, and a little care
taken In examination of Routes will in
many cases save much trouble, timo and
The "I. B. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Bloominglon to Bur
lington, has achieved a splendid reputation
In tho last two years as the leading putton
ger routo to tho west. At Burlington it
connects witli the great Burlington Rojto
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Nebraska and Kansas, with close
connections to California and tho Terri
tories; and passengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
than to tako tho I. B, & W. and Burlington
This Lino tins published a pamphlet
called "How to go West ," which coutalns
much valuable information; alargecorrect
map of tho Great West, which can bo
obtained freo of charge by addressing tho
Gonornl Passenger Agent B. & M. R. R.
Burlington, Iowa. 7-12,d&w3ni.
Six and ono-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffee Sugar for
One Dollar ; Seven lbs. Now
Orleans Sugar forOno Dollar ;
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;,
Ily ilrtue of a special execution to mo di
rected by the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of
Alexander cduntr. In tho State of Illinois,
In favor of John w. Trover who sue for tho
use of Samuel P. Wheeler, and against An
drew K. Ualbraltll. I Will offer for nln nt
I H'!!1-0 ?"f !il?n ,!,0.,!.0ri,yf 5"cy?,, ,J,-!
I the nrst addition to tho citv of Cairo In the
county ot Alexander and Stale of Illinois,
the property of the said Andrew- K. Galbralth,
at the oiith-west door of the Court Mouse In
aid city, on the 3d day of October, A. D.,
ffi" j FuXM
said execution. ALEX. II. JKVIN.
I Shfrlffof Alexander Count V,Illlnol.
! Cairo, UK, Sept. 12, Is?.'. wtd
By ilrtue nl a special e.veeutlon to me til
, reeled by the Clerk or the .Circuit Court of
Alexander county, in the State oNlllnol", In
favor of John V. Troicr, Tor the nso orSnm-
Ucl P. Wheeler, uml niraln.t.Iohn ilnll.t-nllli
I will ofl'erat public .ale the following des-
uairo, in me county or Alexander and stato
or Illinois, an the property or the said John I
Oalhralth at the -omh-wctt door orihe court 1
nouc in aid city, on iiie.'iiidayoroctohcr,
A. 1)., 1ST'.', hctweenthchourofiilnco'eloek,
i A. 31., and Unet of said day, for ca.b. to
1 atlfy ald execution.
ai.i:v. ii. ntviw
, ' Sheriff of Alexander Count v, Illinois.
Cairo, III.., Sept. 12, 187J, " wtd
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within -even miles or
Metropolis on the Jolieborn Itoad, conlt
liljf oPJOO acre, with m acre, eleared and
other Improvement-, now owned and form
erlv occupied, by J. T. Itennle.
TEUMfc. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and three vcar notes .ecured by
mortgage, with Mxper cent. Interest.
N. B. The tlniher Is good and ban ncier'
been culled and no timber will be permitted ,
to be cut or li'cd. except ivh.il ii nece-arv
for the wear ami tear of tho place, until after 1
the second payment has been made. 1
For information apply to
J. T. ItENNIE
!K-tf Cairo, III. 1
DR. U. C. TAJiEH. '
Will resume the practice or hi. pruTc-lon, 1
with e.pecial reference to the electrical
treatment ot dl-eaes In all the new and im
proved methods or application.
in an ca-en or nniate comma ill n n v
will be In attendance.
OUIce, YZS Commercial avenue, up
r - - , , j
gr.00,000 CASH DJTTItllR TION?
GRAND GIFT CONCERT;
A FIXED P'ACT.
YOt'It TICKKTS NOW OH NEVKH.
I The va.t .ales ol ticket, already made, and 1
the Increasing demand Tor them from all
, quarters, haling determined the Trtl.tees
I that the (IRANI) U1KT CMSCKUT for the
benefit orthe 1't'lU.lC LIBRARY OF KEN
TUCKY, advertised for SATl'ltDAY, SEP
TEMBER '.a. 1S72, shall po-ltlielvcnme oir
on mat uay wiiuout po-tpouement,tlic man
agement now notifies all who expect to par
ticipate in the drawing Dial they should buy
ineir iickcis ai once. Lfciay lor a lew uavs
caused many who wanted ticket, at the Con
cert in itecenilier at to to without them
Somu living In Loul.i llle waited until sale.'
were clo.ed, expecting, no doubt, a pot-,
poneiuent, and then ollered fifteen, twentv,
and even twenty-llie dollar., for tickets'
which the day before were ollered lo pur-,
chaor at the regular price. Others living 1
at a di-tancu sent thou..inils of dollar, tu
muli and e.vpres., which got here after sale.
were cio.eu, ami nati to lie .cut hack.
Thee disappointment need not occur again
ir the warning now given In due -eu-on Is
The drawing will begin nreei-dv at tl
, o'clock Saturday morning, September 2S,
1872, ill the great hall of the Public Llhraiy ;
nuiiiiiiig,aiiu eoiiiiniic. iniin me one inoilv
uuu guts are an drawn.
LIST OF GIFT.-,
One (irand Gla, Ca.h.,.
One Grand Gift, Cash..
. . . . 50.00U .
$25,000 Cu'll '
. 2(I,(SH) "
, 15,000 "
. 10,01)0 " I
. II.OUU "
. ,000 "
. 7,000 '
. 0,000 "
. 4,000 "
, y.tss) '
, 15,0011 I
. lf,(KK) ' 1
, 10.81 HI "
, 21,000 "
, 22VI '
, 20,000 "
, i!0,IK) '
, 01,200 "
4 Gilts of $2,000 each...
1.000 " ...
Total 1,000 Giftn, all Ca.h .8500,Ouo
The Concert itself will bo the mo. t brilliant
orchestral dl.pluy that ever occurred in the
West. One hundred performer, gathered
from all part., or thf country and from
Europe, under tho direction of Profc..-or
lla-t. will contribute tu thi. grand mimical
curniial. And to afford ample room for
every ticket-holder to enjoy Mich an iiiiu-ual '
uiu.fcul festival, the Concert will bo given In i
Central Park, ivheru armiigeineuti. buio
been made to aecouimodute nil who may
Peioin holding whole, half or quarter
ticket, will he admitted to both the Concert '
and Drawing, and none without .tlch ticket. '
will he admitted to cither.
I'lllCE OF TICKET.
Whole ticket.. 810; halve.. 85: quarter.,
82.50 ; 1 1 whole tickets (or 8100 ; 27 lor 8255 ;
Ml for 8500 i 113 tor $I,(KN; 2j5 lor 82..VM ;
575 Tor 85,000. No dlcoiint on le. than 81W
worth uf ticket, at a time.
, In accordance with nuuierou. .olieitution.,
arrangement, have been made with all the
railroad uml .teumboat line, leading Info the
city for round-trip ticket, good fornix dai,
to all peroii. who may wi-li lo attend the
I Concert or Drawing. Such ticket, will be.
rtinilslied by the I.oul. illlu uml Nu-luille
Railroad, thu Louisville, Cincinnati and Lex
ington Railroad, the I.oul. Wile IndluuaiHilL
I tun! Mudl-ou Railroad, the Ohio and Mf...-
. fipni iiaurouu inn i.oui.ime ami Cincinnati
lboat Line and thu I.ouUvllIe.Oweu.boro
ami lleiiderMiu .Mall Lino racket..
All agent, are required lo eloe Mile, and '
make their return, in full tiinu to reach this 1
ofllco by Thur.duy, September 25. To do .
thl. hUccci-sfully tho.u located at great dis
tance, inu.t clo.e Mime davxbeforo the 25th.
All tickets to which gilts are awarded will ,
bo paid without dl-count by the Farmers' 1
and Droi ei-' Bank, either in currciiev, or bv 1
eight draft upon the Fourth National Bank
of New York, at thu option of the holder.
The ticket, inu.t llrt lie pre.euted at thin
office, Room No. 4, Public l.lbrarv building,
before they will bo paid by thebu'nk.
Thu drawing will bo publWunl In the ,
LouUitllo papers and New York Herald, and j
official copies sent to purclia.cr, lo whom i
tickets have been ient by letter, i
TUONAN E. IIK.iMr.r.TTi:. 1
Agent Public Library of Ky.. Public Library
Building. Loulsi llle Ky. IMeudAu-Jw
W'o will pie tntrscllc
men anJ women
BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY
from 81 to 8S per day, can bo pursued at your 1
own homes, and is strictly honorable. Send '
lor Kimples that will enable jou to go to
work at once, Addre..
.1. LATHAM CO..
IMOt. 202 Washington St.. Bo.toii.Mas..
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a liarue Shop on AVaUilngton '
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh I
Streets for the purpose uf MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINfeLfe HARNESS
Our Home Advertisers.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEAN, f XTHA,
LARGE STOCK OF CAUiyfINO
Hla Eatlre Nlnrh
VERY LOW FIOURES.
CORNER 8th ST. AND C0MHERCIAL-AV.,
ST. NICHOLAS !
HARRY WALKER ii CO, Prop'w.
Till, home i. newly lltted up with
i TI T Ti 1 , T A TI l"i T A HT.I?
And two tine
JENNV LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
with the Iki
are compounded in the mo-t approved -t yl
jn7-'oincand sec roryoursclr. Thev ke
on Hand a Hue stock or
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND
are .preati morning uuu evening at nl
o clock, at which all are Imltcdto oartl
.inu iicinu cnurce. fyi (ii i
HOOT AND MIOK MTUHK.
HARDY & GREENWOL
105 Commercial Avo noar Atbcncuil
Keep on hand a good luiortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SH(
GENTS BOOTS AND SHOES.
And JliMeV and Children's Gaiters
Also. SliDPers of all Kinl
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES. I
Call and Examine.
In Under' New Brick Building, rortiJ
Eighth and Washington Avenue,!
BAKER & CONFECTION
FOREIGN AND DOJUSITC FKI
1ck Cmaw ami Soda nwnVAt