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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1872.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WILLIAM IIAKRELL,
8iiceror to U.S. Ilnrrcll.
HEALER IN
FURNITURE, REDDING
A X 11
GEXKRAL HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS.
Thornton's Block lotli street Int. Commer-
cl.il mill Wellington Alcnucs
THE BULLETIN.
Pnkllmlloa OMer, Rnllettn Bnlldla
WiiahlBstB Avcnne.
ti-d&wtf.
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Vf r. Mpnrjr'H Worlf Tolc mm
II U the gmt bow bold remedy, pleasant to
like, yetpoUnt for the preTtntlon and cure of
ulseuca. It It better than Bitters, Cordial,
lliichu or Sanaparilla. Sold by DtuctIsU
Ir. Henry Hoot nad Plant Pill.
Mild yet thorough no nanst or jrr!p!tir-n-
Irclr vegetable (Treat liver remcar.
rents , Sold b r Druggists
Price SS
Jtrv Whlteomb'a Njrrap.
The great soothing remedy. Price only 2S
:rnti. Gives rest to the mother aod health to
the child f-oldbyDruggUts.
Jtarrlinre ttnlde.
Interesting Work, Knlarged Edition, Xrw
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
PileeMccnts. Address Dr. Bctti' Dtsrsrx
liu, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, 11a
' Advertisement.
C'STA rPl C'OA pdy' Agents' wanted
?0U l) All cImc of working eo.
plr.cithcrtex, jouogor old, nisle more money
tit work f r n In their pre moment or all, the
lime, limn t nnjthmr el.e. I'dilioultr? frre.
Addres G. fellnon C.. I'ortlaoil, Jlmne.
ScptlOwly.
FOR SALE.
OX KASY TERMS'
A mlu.nhlc lann within wen mile of
Metropolis on tho .Toncboro Road, contt
tuir of 'Jki acre with fid acre cleared and
other Improif incut, now owned and form
erlv occupied. lv '. T. Relink'.
TKIt.Mf. One-fourth down balance In
one. two and lliree year note secured by
mortg.i!:e. with -l.vjier cent. Interest.
.V. II. The timber I good and lia never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
' be cut or licd. except what l neccMary
lor the wear and tear 01 1 lie place, until after
the vconil pajinclit ha been inade.
Kor iiilonnallon apidv to
.1. T. RKNNIE
O-S-tf Cairo. III.
Judoe Aloxandor Hodges was In tho
city yestorday.
Bitoss was clialrman of tho meeting on
Tuciday night, and Jack Winter was
secretary.
Woodward's now home looks as bright
as a now pin. Hit ofSe will rvtlr any
offico in Cairo.
Rankin, formerly of this city, will su
perintend tho election of the new custom
houe at Chicago.
W:n made a first-rate ptvh on Tue
day n'ght, at tho conclusion of Col. Mar
tin t able address.
McIIalk has now in jail thirty-two
prisoners; more than at any other tlmo
since he becamejailcr.
Aliiert Susanka's llttlo bow who was
so seriously iojuied by tho runaway team
on Tuesday, i improving. His shoulder
lono wai broken.
Ellen Johnson, who mndo such n pal.
lant resistance against iirrcst yesterday, is
the termagant who some time, ago whipped
.Mr. Joseph Arnold In n stand-up light.
Work on thccislom-houso in this city
bus been finished. Tho job is done. Mr.
Soasc, the superintendent, has been ener
getic n ml fnlthftil in the discharge of his
duties.
Thk Presbytery of Cairo will com
mence It session this oTcnlng at 7:00
o'clock, in tho Presbyterian church of
this city. Opening sermon by the Moder
ator. Tho public arc invited.
Frank Knocks and his wife, came to
knocks on Sunday nfternoon. "Whitcanip
and Martin arrested the billigcrent pair
yesterday on a warrant. They wore fined
5 and costs each, and committed to jail
cloven davs.
ELECTION NOTICE.
CITY CLERK'S OlTICK. I
t'AlltO. ll.U, AL'OfhT'Jfl, 1871!.
Public notice l hereby phcuthat a peclal
i lccllon will be held on
TLT.KAY, TIlK JlTII HAY 01' i-F.''T, A. I). 1872,
in the city of Cairo, in the Matu of IlllnoU,
lor the pnrpo-f of electing a
CITYTKIlAsUKEIt
to fill the aeancr occasioned by tho death
of Jo-cpti II. Taylor.
Poll, will be opened at the Ilottirli and
Heady enirtnu hott-e, lor the llrt and rccuml
ward., and at the Court Jlou-c, for the
third and fourth ward.
Polls will open at S o'clock a.m., and will
cloe at 15 o'clock p.m. ltv order ol the Citv
Council. M. .1. IIow'lky, Citv Clerk. '
r-27-d4w.
NOTICK.
ItXINOliS CK.NTIt.lt. It. It. Co.. 1
Arent's Office, Caiho, Sept. ii. i,x7-.'. f
To persons wishing to attend tho Pair
Association to bo held at DuQuoin, from
September lCth to 20th, wo will sell ex
cursion tickets to DuQuoin and return, at
ono faro and u fifth for tho round trip.
The sale of tickets will coiumcnco Sept.
1Mb and discontinuu after tho departure
ol train on the morning of Sept. l!0th.
I'ckcts will bo good to return until Sept.
2lst, inclusive. To parties going with
stcck or urtle,lcs for exhibition, wo will
Isstio tickets on and ufter Sept. 1.1th.
Jamk Johns-ox, Agent.
!i-10-dCt.
"WATEK-proof St. Louis Lager boor at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it dofy storms and dampness, and never
rmve occasion to pay a doctor bill.
H-3-d 1 in.
NOTICE.
JI.I.X.. CllNTIMI. It. It.. Co.
Agent o Office, C.into, Sept. ti, isTi. t
To jiersons wishing to attend tho Illi
nois State Fair to bo held at Ottawa from
September WUi tolilst, wo will soil excur
sion tickets from Cairo to LuPallo and re
turn at $12 85.
Salo of tickoU will commenco Soptnin
l.er 15th and discontlnuo on tho departure
nftho train on tl.o morning of September
'iOth. Tickots will bo good to return until
t'jo '.MtU inclusive. To parties going with
stock or articles for exhibition wo will
i'Mie tickets on and after to-day.
James Johnson, Agent
lM0-d6t.
NOTICE.
Having been appointed street supervisor
I am now ready to collect street tax for
the year 1872. For the accommodation of
all Interested I will bo at my otlico south
cait corner ol Washington avo. and M th
street, every evening between tho hours of
7 and 8 J o'clock. L't.
H. 0. Loi lin, Stroet Supervisor.
Tho undersiirned, late workmen with
.1. P. Gamble, have opened a shop, corner
of 16th street und Commercial hvonue,for
tho manufacturo and repair of "Wagons,
Uuggics, drays, etc., etc., and for tho pur
jioso of doing a iienkkai, viikkuuoht
iiusiNKhs. They rcspoctiully ask a share
of tho public patronugo.
I. HlCll.lKUSON.
aug. 13-tT n. c. Davidson.
TJYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coft'eo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Rest
three and one-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 ;
Young Hyaon and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately choap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
ft-14-tf.
Ov tho 2Cth inst., at ten o'clock a.m., a
largo amount of government property
will bo sold at the custom-houso in this
city. The pioperty includes office furni
ture, safe, tools of various kinds, lumber,
etc., etc.
The features of tho Turners celebra
tion, next Monday ovening, commencing
at 4 o'clock, will be gymnastic exorcises,
pyramids, turning fences, etc., nn Illumin
ation and flroworks, address by Prof.
Krugcrind n grand ball.
Mitchel Shorts, in a moment of valor
ous enthusiasm, whipped Sarah "Williams,
and was arrested by tho pence-preserving
Martin, and lined by Squiro Shanncssy,
the able minister of tho blind goddess, S5,
hich sum ho paid, and went forth seek
ing another woman to whip.
Louis llallard, John Uaglcy, Frank
rown, Goo. Hoy, and A. X. Kickets, wero
arrested by Whitcamp and Martin, for
vagrancy, on Tuesday night, and werofln-
od $10 und costs each. Xot having tho ne
cessary charge thoy wero committed for
fifteen days each.
William Garnor, having taken a cup
too much, procured tho company of a
emirep, perambulated tho city on Tuw-
uy night, with much nolso, and was ar
rested by Martin and Whitcamp. Squiro"
Shanncssy lined tho enthusiastic inebriat"
$10, and committed him to jail for four
teen duvs.
od
Mike Wlmlun, and Jnmcs King, urreet-
for drunkeness, by Whitcamp and
Mnrtin, wero fined $2 each and committed
to jail soven days. Michael was found
about 10 o'clock Tuesday night sleeping
on tho sidewalk opposite tho old postotlico,
and James was found reposing undor tho
sidowalk in tho rear of Cunningham's
storo.
Cait. Gladstone, who has been work'
lug for Woodward during tho past two
mouths, putting, on tho outsido of tho
building, a stono finish, yesterday morn
ing received a letter from his lawyer at
" oodville, Xuw York, Informing him of
tho death of an uncle, by apoploxy, and
that by tho will ho had bucomo hoir to a
property of $30,000 cash, and real estate
of over $100,000.
The notorious Ellen .lohm-on is again
in troublo. Sho was arrested yesterdav
for disorderly conduct, and was fined 10
and committed to jail for sixteen days
Sho was arrested by tho comely Martin
und tho pacific "Whitcamp. With tho
aid of tho stalwart Mcllalonnd four olh
giants, thoy succeeded In confining her in
tho city jail, McIInlo's frontispieco bears
evidence of her striking ability.
There havo been n nuuibor of attempted
burglaries in this city during tho past
month. Tho police constables havo been
alort, but havo not been enabled to obtain
evidenco sufficient against tho men they
havo suspected. Thoy havo known of tho
prcsenco for some tlmo. pint of fivo or six
Memphis tnackorels, and other rascals,
who havo loafed about the streets during
tho day, and slept In out-hottsos and empty
railroad cars and on and under tho side
walks. On Tuesday night tho pollcu con
cluded to mako a descent upon theio Idlo
boys, and tho result was, Joseph Boston,
Scott Edward, James Davis, John Long,
Hichard Davino, Jamos Uakor, Honry
Jackson, Georgo Koll, Charles Ulack wero
arrested on thn churgn of vagrancy and
fined ?5 each und costs, nnd committed to
jail for ten days. Tho officers making tho
arrest wero Uilllngsly, Mohnerand Helm
GOVERNMENT SALE
EHTY.
OF PKOP-
f-ilpci vli.or'd Olllco Internal Itcv.. 1
Ciiktoiu-JloU'P, Cairo, lll.,ftfpt.ll,l(J72, J
Tho following articles of property per
taining to tho olllco of supervisor of in
ternal rovonuo, will bo sold at public auc
tion, for cash In hand, at tho Court-Houso
in Cairo, Ills., on the 'JCth day of Septem
her 1872, at tho hour of ton o'clock a.m.
Vlx !
Two (2) Doski, nearly now;
Six (0) Walnut Chairs, Cane Seated j
Two (ti) Walnut Chairs, Cans Seated,
revolving.
D. W. Mux, Suparvlsorlnt. Ry.
nOAUDOK ALDXKMKX
ntOULAR MKCTtKQ.
ClH'SOlL CUlVlMfK, I
t'AtltO, llL.. JiKf tlLHttKK UMU 1.
Prsn Aldwiuen CuonLnfjh.VM, Ms--calf,
Phillip KtMrUw,. RvrbiuAou, S-Vlor ',
Standi, &rUoa mK NYMi?
OX.VAS wvh-s.
Aa. frJHaitcv alt?n4 - rJt.v
prvxidbj; 15?t us sOvtiiViva, vff, b
scrstdif 4 aa. HdfJ'taV t$ rJiMm
Ni.Woft! KtwlvdW vtsvv, .v.vii.r
of AUrwAS; VVrfrtt'Sft Mvk ve
K .V'','iS',k',( VwOt ti
IK lUiplfj. JRXjvih. y.?fi. SiviA
An vVNSfeT!f M(OH "Sh sWwv n
auur.d rATiTiN Xv 11 W ii1 Km'KJI
dlnatcv-s" h iviil siH w
mit$cn of AW. ln'ciWl, lrtpis1 lfcltevH
Ayr Cunningham. Mwoitf, fliMMx
Kearxlen. liobinsnn, Sum.StKWHt S rot
ten and Walder (. Xj' 0,
i Aid. Soasc, appirva anrt t(vk bl (il.
An ordinanco ontltlisl "an trtJuMHX
authorizing thn constrnrUrm f mi hp
proach to Washington avpniu oh ITlh
street," was read a scrond limiv A1A
Metcalf movpii to adopt. C.rripjl
as follows Ayns Cnnnlncbhrn,
Metcalf, Phillls, P.carden, RoWnwn.
Safford, Scale, Stancil, Stratton and Wan
der 10. Xay 0.
An ordinanco entitled "an ordinance Ui
amend section 10 of orJInanw Xo. 14 of
tho revised ordinances " was read a sec
ond time. Alderman Cunningham moved
to adopt. Carried as follows: Aves
Cunningham, Metcalf, Koblnson, Safford,
Sense, Stancil, Stratton and Walder 5.
Nays Phillls and Rcardcn 2.
Alderman Dudcr appeared in his scat.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance
providing for tho construction of certali
sidewalks, and tho reconstruction or re
newal or otnor sidewalks therein men
tioned, " was read a second time. Alder
man Cunningham moved to adopt. Car
ried as follows : lluder, Cunningham,
Metcalf, Phillls, Hoarder., Robinson,
Safford, Sense, Stancil, Stratton and Wal
dor 11. Nav 0.
Alderman Safford moved to reconsidor
tho voto upon tho adoption of the last
mentioned ordinanco. Carried.
Alderman Safibrd now moved to adopt
said ordinanco Including tho following
as section 8 of tho ordinance, viz : "Sec
tion 8. Tho costs and expenses of the
construction, reconstruction or renowal of
said sidewalks shall bo paid out of funds
raised by special taxation of contiguous
property as now provided by law." Mo-
lion to adopt me ordinanco as
amended was carried by tho fol
lowing voto: Ayes lluder, Cunningham,
Metcolf, Phillis, Henrdcn, Robinson, Suf-
sord, Sease, Stancil, Stratton ond Wnlder
11. Nay 0.
1'ItINTING HILL.
Bill of John II. Oborly amounting to
SIC 75, for publishing August council pro
ceedings, etc., was referred back to tho
printing committee, us correct. On motion
of Aid. Walder tho bill was allowed as
follows: Ayes Buder, Cunningham,
Jletcalf, Phillls, Rcardcn, Robinson, Saf
ford, Sease, Stancil, Stratton and Wal-
dor 11. Nay 0.
un motion oi Aiuorman rjauord tho
board adjourned.
Ji. J. now ley, Uity Clerk.
CITY COUNCIL.
Bl'ECIAL JOINT SESSION CALLED 11Y THK
MAYOR.
Council Chamber, 1
Cairo, Illu., Sept. 10, lb72. ;
Present His Honor Mayor Lansdon,
and Buder, Cunninghum, Hurd, Metcalf,
Phillis, Reardon, Robinson, Safibrd, Scuse,
Stancil Stratton, Walder, Wood and
Woodward 1C.
hTKEET COMMITTEE KEI'ORT.
Tho street committee reported that
having had undor consideration tho sub
ject of repairing or reconstructing tho
plunk road on Levee street and being of
tho opinion that it would bo a proper tlmo
to remove tho lines of rails to
tho outer edgo of tho loveo, applied
to tho railroad rompanv con
cerning tho matter and received
an oiler from said company to mako such
removal If tho city would pay $3,000 as
tho coit of ballasting the truck In its now
location. Tho committee aro of tho
opinion that it will cost ut least $0,000 to
rcnow tho plank road in its present locu
tion that if tho truck is removed from
whero it now lies tho city will havo tho
benefit of the present ballasting and with
tho oxpendituro of $1,000 for additional
gravel, n good gravel road will bo atforded,
thus obviating tho nocossity of any plank
Ing. Tho committee recommended tho
adoption of tho, following resolutions viz
lltsnhttl. That thoofi'ur of tho Illinois
Central KnilroHil Comnuiiv to rmnvn
their linejof rails from thoir present loca
tion on jjcveo street lunwcen tno depot to
mo outer euco oi iovco stroet. provided
tho city will pay to thorn three thousand
dollars for ballasting thoir track in its
now location bo and tho same is herobv
accepted, provided tho details of tho ar
rangement lor removal and now location
can bo satisfactorily adjusted with the
railroad company by the commlttco on
streets.
Rtsohtd, That tho commitce on ordi
nances bo and they hereby aro instructed
to prepare and roport to this council for
its action, when thoy shall havo been in
formed by tho stroet committeo of Its ar
rangement with tho railroad company, un
ordinance providing for carrying into of
foct tho urrangomonts now authorized.
Councilman Wood moved to roccivo the
roport and udopt tho resolutions. Carried
by tho following voto: Ayos lluder,
Cunningham, Metcalf, Phillis, Roardon,
Robinson, Safford, Soaso, Standi, Stratton,
Walder nnd Woodward 13. Xay
Wood 1.
1IONI) OK STREET SUPERVISOR.
The otliuial bond of II, O. Loflin, street
supervisor, in tho sum of $2000 with II.
Meyers ami V, M. Stockfloth us sccuritios,
was presented, and on motion of Council
man Hurd, approved and ordered filed.
On motion of Aid. Cunningham tho
council then adjourned.
M.J.Howley, City Clerk.
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a religious fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a fact indisputablo, that P.
SAUP has on hand, at his popular To
iiacco and Oiqah Storc, tho best brands
of all kinds Tobacoo and Cigars,
I
RIVER NEWS.
AHMVKD.
( StWHOr. Bolt Mumphts, Memphis
' ' Atlantic, Now Orleans.
' City of Cheater, St. Louis.
" Ury Alk New Orto.itiJ.
Whjvitld, Cvlumbus.
JJiii, Yi&K Paducah.
t VXMHtktV
i Jjtotmior Bollo UviupbUt St. Louis,
Alhuilivy S. l.oulv
CiV' vf CbiMWrvMi'pM,
Miry AkvVvV Loulv
Jiiw) !fv( IMuvub.
!ltf. VVW'V IVlW
yi bw lbs'f fcuup or cWt
,vi W, iu, uiti islow usual
4 ynd. CiM-U 'vvr, His
U. V lUxrwisr,
' Yv A sviv Gvw LSupt.
. Act-? WMy,
j VAv l W 1 1 t llv til .
. Tlif?H'Kv5 Nt.-Xt 0:d Tow!' is
V..k...i..u ..l .V!.
nr roifV Bur nmwriiiMiT vrn
llif: M tVr o",v ft MwpiS and all
nAfno TW ie JulU W tli
pd.l-M Sx, Vfnac tiii evening
t ,vV. Te iteiwer Jkhn
l.tiTnujM. ;e rj;nUr jvu'Vet fr Kvans
xflle and all jnmhU s tie Ohi. rhfr and
tll Inare at f ooKvX tins eivslac- The
Jim risk, Jr, l Yt Jm1t jviAet for Pdn
ch and way Undines, Wvij: t 4 o'ekvk
n. m. The tug Cache, will mVe S trips to
Mound City dally.
CONDITION Or THR KIVKR.
The fall In the Ohio at this point con
tinues at a steady rata. Wo have noth
ing ot good cheor to report of the Ohio
above, it being still on the retrograde
movement, and tho channel growing
worse every day. At French Island there
is less than 30 inches. There is only 19
inches water on the falls. At Pittsburg
there is 'JO inches in tho channel, and tho
river about standing. Tho Mississippi re
mains in tho same bad plight that It has
been in for sometime, and Greenfield's is
getting to bo a hard road to travel.
IlL'SINESs AND WEATHER.
Business was inclined to bo a llttlo dull
yesterday. Thero wero but fow arrivals
or departures.
Tho weather was pleasant with a light
rain, just enough to Inyjthe dust.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
Tho Bismarck rcshlps her railroad iron
on barges and goes to St. Louis. The
Clipper, it is said, will tow tho threo
barges to Paducah. 4Thoro was hardly
enough water to nllow tbo Bismarck to go
thero. Ed. Hawks, hor clerk, went to
Puducah night before last.
Tho City of Chester was caught abovo
Greenfield's after dark and went to tho
bank and waited for daylight when sho
came over all right.
Capt. Frank Bcdord Is in tho city hav
ing his now purchase, tho Hero, over
hauled preparatory to leaving for Cum
berland Island. Ho is hiring all tho
bands ho can get.
Tho Atlantic and Mary Alico had tows
of empty barges for St. Louis.
Tho Montauk went to Columbus with
two barges of coal.
Steamboat racing is all tho go now on
tho upper Mississippi, and a first class ox-
plosion would bo no surprise to us.
Tbo Lvansvlllo packet Arkansas Belle
duo hero Tuesday ovening, had not arrived
at a lato hour yesterday. Sho llkoly took
in a sand bar.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
CUT National Bank BnlldlUK.
.Special attention paid to orders Irom Meain
bot night or ilar
GOVERXMEXT SALE.
Oillceof Superintendent of Custom Houe, 1
UAIKO, JLLb.,epi. inn, is7i;. j
Tho undersigned will sell at public auc
tion on Thursday, tho 26th day of Septem
ber, at 10 o clock u. m., on the premises of
the custom houso at Cairo, Illinois, gov
ernment property as follows, viz :
Stovo pipe.
Small lot ash and walnut flooring and
other lumber.
Whcolbarrows.
Shovels und hoes.
Buckets, iron and wooden.
Largo lot of scaffolding plank.
Iron beams nnd scrap iron.
Nails and other hardware
1 mortice machine, nearly new,
1 platform scales.
Screens and Sieves.
3 iron trucks.
C work benches.
4 derricks.
1 bell and fixtures.
1 grlndstono with fixtures.
2 stoves.
2 desks.
I lettor press nnd stand.
Chairs and other articles too numerous
to mention.
Terms of sale, cash. All goods must bo
removed within throo days from salo.
G. II, Sease, Superintendent.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF PROP
ERTY.
Surveyor's Ofllce, Custom House, 1
Cairo, Ills., .Sept. 11, 1B72. J
Tho following articles of property, por
tainlng to tho Olllco of Survoyor of Cus
toms, will bo sold at publio Auction, for
cash in hand, at tho Custom House, in
Cairo, on tho 20th day of Septembor, at
tbo hour of ton o'clock, a.m., viz :
Two small olllco desks,
Two tablos,
Nino chairs,
Ono hosting stovo and pipo,
Ono safe.
Tho safo can bo soon in tho olllco of Dr,
n. Wardnor, latoly occupied by tho Sur
voyor of Customs.
0-1'Jtf Georoe Fisher, Survoyor.
Messr. Blum and ausom aro rccoiv
lug largo invoices of now goods direct from
tho Eastern markots daily. Thoy aro III
ling tho now storo room on Eighth St,,wlth
tho largest and most completo assortment
of dry goods and clothing ovor brought to
this market. Thoy oxpect to bo ready to
open their doors to tho citizons of Cairo
on Monday tho 10th, whon nil their old and
new friends are cordially invited to call on
thorn. Duo notlco of tlmo of oponlng will
bo given by posters, and bills distributed
In tho city. 0-U.dCt
NOTICE.
Notlco Is horoby given to all partlos
to not credit my wlfo on my account un
less on a writton ordnr from mo. Othor
wlso I will pay no bill of any kind,
at. F.C. Decker.
JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
POH FALL AXD WIXTER TRADE.
John Antrim begs Icavo to Inform his
uutuerou customers and tho trado goner-
ally that ho hns opened n very superior
stock ol foreign and domostb woolons
adapted to tho merchant tailoring trado
Thero has boon a marked Improvomont
ovor former years both ns re
grl stylo and quality. He hn.
Mack and colons! cloths of such
manufacturer a llilgors Bros., Irvan,
Somonis, PelUer, Blolloy, Forstmau and
others. Also black doeskins by same
mako. Votings and velvets, plain and
fancy, and other novelties. Suitings
wmpleto In every particular, Including
l.ni;lith friese, English andScoth mittens,
Vorseis and cheviots, Waver overcoatings,
et?. Go and examine his stock. If you
wr.t a roal elegant suit got up un short
notlco he will guarantee n good fit
or no salo. Having employed a good and
skillful man, Mr. A. T. Jones, to prcsldo
over the tailoring department, he is cna
aided to turtt nut work second to none
in the west or oast, and at from ton to fif
teen dollars cheaper on suits of tbo samo
material purchased In St. Louis, Chicago,
or any other city. septl l-3t.
Cavtokia Is a scientific vegetablo pre
paration; a perfect substitute, for and moro
effective than Castor Oil, and is pleasant
to tako. It dermics the system in a most
remarkable manner; does not distress or
gripe, but operates when all other reme
dies have failed. It is certain to super
cede Pills, Castor Oil, Xarcotic Syrups and
all other Purgativo and oxciting medicines
Tho Castoria contains neither Minerals,
Morphlno nor Alcohol. By its omolicnt
soothing effect, it assimilates tho food and
produces natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying and teething children.
It cures Stomach Ache, Wind Colic, Con.
stipation, Flatulency, Croup, and kills
Worms. Mako your druggist send for it;
ho will always keep it, as every family
must havo It. It costs but thirty-five cts.
a bottle.
FLOWERS FLOWERS I !
Selected strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jacket's Saloon, cornor of 12th
stroet and Washington avenuo. Bulbs to
be put up now in glasses or pots, will
bloom at Christmas. 0-C-dlm.
Ir you wont Fine Tensor Coffeos, Spico
or canned Fruits, choice fresh Butter, or
tho very bost Flour, go toT. W. Carrico's
grocery storo on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
9-3-Iw.
W. B. Rockwell & Co. havo tho
lgericy for tbo sale of tickets to tbo Freo
Gift Concert in aid of tbo Public Library
of Kentucky.
Five hundred thousand dollars In cur
rency to bo distributed in gil'ts of from
$100 to 5100,000. See circulars.
scptati.
Mrs. J. II. Oborly,
Mrs. J. T. Ronnie,
Mrs. W. A. Bristol,
Mrs. F. I.. Thompson,
31 rs. H. F. Fields,
Mrs. F. Axlcy,
Mrs. Miles Parker,
Mrs. W. W. Thornton,
Mrs. A. Comings,
Mrs. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs. M. Smallenberg,
Mrs. G. M. Aldcn,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. Kllbourn,
-Mrs. C. P. Parsons.
Tho above list compriso a fow of tho
ladies who havo tested and .aro using
Burnett's Steam Cookino Vessel, and
speak in terms of highest pruiso of it.
Thoy and others using it, say they would
not do without it for many times its cost.
For salo by A. Hallky on Washington
Avenue. 8-iiOdlw
Louis Blatau'b saloon deserves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon vory handsomely fitted up, and is so
comfortable) that it is a pleasure to whilo
away a sparo hour tbcra. Tho bur is
supplied with all kinds of lino liquor and
wines, and with tho best or Fresh Lager
Beer, and Weiss Boor that In doliciousonis
connot bo oxcolled. A lunch, freo to
patrons, is spread everyday, and an articlo
of Sweltzer Cheese, tho bost in tho markot,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau Invitos
tho public to givo him a call, on Eighth
street, botwoan Commercial avonuo and
Ohio Loveo, opposite tho Porry House, in
Blzor's building. 7.j. d tf
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
CELSIOR. F. Blankenburg wishes to announce to
his friends ond patrons thot ho bus sue
cooded in engaging Prof. Wilbrocht of
St. Louis, o lino pianist, who will amuso
tho lovors of music with a selection of
charming pieces on tho piano. Every
body is invited to tho Excolsior, cornor
of 14th street and Washington avonuo.
8-20-tf.
ROSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
DEPOT.
On Commercial avenue, foot of Elovouth
stroot, Mr. Ross still continues to deal ox
tonsivoly in limo, cement, plastor purls
plastering huir, otc, also DuQuoin. Mar
Ion .and Soutern Illinois coal at from
$20 00 to $30 00 per car load.
8-20-1 m-d.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Bv vlrttio of a special execution to mo ill
rccted by tho Clerk ol thu Circuit Court of
Alexander county, m uie nunc oi jiiiiioih,
In favor of John U . Trover who sues for the
use of Samuel P. Wheeler, and acaint An
drew K. (ialhraith. 1 will oiler for sale at
publio auction tho following described prop
pcrty, to-wlt : Lot No. 10 In block Xo. !W, in
tho first addition to the city of Cairo In the
county ol Alexander ond State of Illinois,
the properly of tho said Andrew K. Golbralth,
ut tno south-west door of the Court Houso In
sold city, on the 3d day of October, A. D
1872, between the hqurof nluo o'clock, a.m.,
and sunset ol said day, for cash, to satisfy
said execution. ALEX. II, 1UVIN,
Sheriff of Alexander County. IlllnoU.
Cairo, ills., Sept. 12, 1872, wtd
i
i&i 1 .Tl
KEEUWART. 0IITH & CO.
Kli'i Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
Dealers In
STOVES, TIN WA RE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GRATES. MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
Fi- EPEI GEBATOES
ICE CHESTS,
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCH'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
"W X JEl, 33 CLOTH
fcr Window bcrreni,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, Ac, Ac.
FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS. FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, Acs &c.
Alo mantilncturera of
GUTTERIXG AXD ROOFIXO,
Tin, Sheet iron & Coim-kr Ware
tolo Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKINO STOVES,
Uric'b Moveaiilk Point Stxel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIAXT PRUNING SHEARS,
ccantlin a cook's
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
AND
UICUARDS PATEXT CHIMNEY
TOP,
HOW TO
ikiee-p "wa.:r,:m:
NEXT WINTER.
" oet the
E V E N I X G
HEATING STOVES,
THK
GREATEST WONDER!
ov
THE .A.G-IEJ!
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO (JIVE A MORE UNIFORM AND PLEASANT
HEAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ARE MORE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARK MORE
EASILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
.ARE UNDER MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONGER
DRAFT,
AND
(ilve better atMactioii, mid sold for a
I.tM Price than auy
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
ill the market. .Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
HT. LOl'IMMO.,
AXD ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
i.iki:
0. W. HENDEKSOX,
Cairo, Ills.
8-2d.twiw
Wood i WOOD 1 1 wood i i
The undersigned will furnlah
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Sllirnp, II not Chraper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave "order
on the slates at the PoKtolIIco and ut Hoss
coal yard, on Commercial uvcuuc, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
aiv;l(M! DENNIS HALEY.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool .New. York and I'hlladrlphli
Steamship Company,
CNDia COSIEiCT WITH VNITKD IT1TM 1D BIITIIH
ooTiusiatxti
Kor Carrying the Mailt.
FOR passaTTe tickets
ob rcsTiita lsroaMtTioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
lSUroadwnj, Ncw-York, or to
II. Hotit,
Whlnirtorf Athi'. Qmrn. noin. m
JOSEPH SMITH,
In Budcr's New Brick Building, corner ol
Eighth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DEALER IN
FOREIQN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Icb Cream and Soda Fountain.
I desire to inform my patrons and tho pub.
lie ut large, that I am at till times prepared to
furnish everything In tho above line on tho
shortest lotlco, Including Wcddtui; and
Queen cakes, etc. Also supper parties fur
nished to order promptly oud perfect satis
faction warranted
For quality and prices I defy comeptltlon.
Try me once aud you w 111 come again.
Our Homo Advortiiiors.
COMMMHIUW AMD rOBWAHlW
C. 0LOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
AND
Ckurnt, Plaster Paris,
PLASTEltEli'S II A I It,
NO. "1 OHIO I.F.VKK, UNIIF.U CITY NATION
At. RANK.
JSTFor thn purpose of building up a
wholesale trado In Cairo, 1 will sell to deal,
urs and contractors In lots of fiO barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
IrclKht,
Cairo. August 13. 1872.
STKATTON & BIRD,
(Huccessors toStrtlon, Hudson A Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
r7 Ohio Lovoe. Cairo, Illinois
MlLliElt & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AKD
HEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
1 v
WOOD RITTENHOUSE,
FLOUR
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. WILLIAMS, JAH. KINSLEY,
LklaofVickiburKiMiM. Lite ol Cln'II.J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, .STEAMBOAT AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
KOIIWAUDINO AND COMMISSION
KEECHANTS;
65, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
"tf.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Buectori to John II. Fhllln,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Ab
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cok. TEXTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILLS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL xVGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M CUV II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo, Illinois.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hnccemori to E, 11. Ilem!rlc A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
iVS Liberal Adrancemenis made eOf
r upon Consignments. iSmAil
Are prepared to receive, store nnd lorwird
freights to all points and buy and
sell on communion,
wrilimlness mended to jirnmntlvi
Z. D. MATH UBS,. X. C .UBL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
oifWAiauiiNra-
AND GENERAL
Commissi on Mero hants
DEALERS .V
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE:
O. M OBI UTUi

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