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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1872.
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OK AND' TORCH LIGHT
locals of the week,
grand 'ually" of the
Our friends in all the neigh
boring towns are earnestly
requested to come as organ
ized Greeley and Brown clubs.
The fare on the railroad
and packets will be reduced to
one-half. We intend to have
a grand rally on the 19th.
Col. Bktson left for St. Loul yester
Oit your torches ready for to-morrow
Tni Qui Vive Coterie at the St. Charles
to-night. The flrtt party of the season
00 per load at the Box
lO-5-o o d-3m
Wood for $1
GREELEY AND BROWN AND THE
GOOD OF THE REPUBLIC!
erable heary earth work and some tunnel
ling and aouie heavy bridge work. The
conitructlon of a fine of tbii charactor,
160 miles lone, within oleht or nlno
month, will be a notable imunco of rapid
id work which will do credit to tho con
EVERY LIBERAL TO HIS 1'OST.
WE MUST MAKE THINGS WARM,
ORDER OF MARCH OF PROCES
SION TO-MORROW NIGHT.
Detective PiMKBtiTos, en routo iiom
from Texas, passd through the city yci
The new rudder for tho Henry Ames
was completed yesterday and is a monster
Faun oysters received dally and for
ale by tho whole or half can at Phil
Filbert, almonds, Brazil nuts, prunes
and freshly canned fruits Just received at
Wiley A Bixby's. 10-1 7dtf
Feathers in large or small quantities
at very low figure at U. Lovi's bide
tore, on Ohio Levee. 10 18dtf
Judok A i. lex ha so far recovered
from his late illness as to be able to la
about the strait a little, but is still quito
The Belle Ver.noh, Capt. Darrah, is
the packet for Memphis this evening, on
arrival of the train. Be on hand if you
want to travel.
Tut tup; Montauk ran upon a sunken
coal boat near the docks yesterday, and
came near capsizing. The obstruction is a
new one on the boys.
Peter Salt got pitched out of a buggy,
up the country thj other day, and thought
the dy of judgement bad certainly come.
But he wasn't hurt much.
The weather yesterday was delightful.
Just enough sunlight, just enough
breeze, juit enough warmth in the atmos
phere to b pleasant and to gambol.
The select council gave the ordinances
relating to the removal of the railroad
track on levee street, and the height of
chimneys, the finishing touches last night.
The concert and oysur sapper given
by the ladies cf the German Lutheran
Cacrch, in Pt'.er Cuhl'a building on the
Itvtt, will be continued this evening.
All are isrived.
All Liberal Republican, Democrat and
other friendly to the election of Groeloy
and Brown, will assemble at Thornton'
block, on Tenth streot, at six o'clock, p.m
on to-morrow. (Saturday), nnu rccoivo
The procession will be formed at the
head of Tenth street :
Movinc un Commercial avenue, and
contlnulne tho lino of march to Twen
tieth itroct ;
Out Twcntlotli street to Washington
Thence down Washington avenue to
Thence along Tenth to Walnut street
Down Walnut to Fourth street ;
Thence along Fourth street to Commer
Thence up Commercial avenue to
Along Eighth street to Washington
Tbenco up Washington to the Greeley
and Brown speak ing grouncd.
By order of Committee on Procession.
C. Winston, Chief Marshal.
We invito the attention of our readers to
the sale of lot, to tako place to-morrow at
one o'clock p.m. This Is a raro chance for
parties desiring to invest in good building
The boy have rare iport these day
chasing an old iteer of the (acred cattle
breed a gaunt yellow fellow with an
ugly hump on hi shoulder who shows
Juit enough proper resantmentto make tho
chase interestinc hut not danger
ous. While on hi round yet-
terday bo mado a frantic rush
through the hall ofTnr. Bulletin build
ing, and tried to ascend tho stairs of tho
composing room. No body seemed dis
posed to dispute his passage as tho boys
had all climed up on their case to get n
good look but ho changed his mind on
tho first step and passed of in nnother
Six hundred votors wcro registered in
South Cairo precinct last Tuesday and
Wednesday, one hundred and twenty col
ored. .Seven hundred wero registered in
North Cairo precinct, thrco hundred and
fifty colored. A large number of votors
have not been registered. It '.Is probable
that fifteen hundred votes will bo cast nt
the approaching election in tho Cairo pre
cincts, about three hundred more than ha
evor heretofore been cat in this city
Tho negro vote hasjconsldarably increased
in numbers, and tho Radical leaders nro
determined to voto every colored man
that can be gathered in from a circuit of a
TKEligee: beg in the United Statu
wu txUlhi at the Padccas fair by Mr.
B;f'T of BUlird cossty, Kentucky, says
ti 'Ptiacii KtcVits.' Piducab
ii -v. ecsptvs.
Tee fnyti w.isp of the Yourg
Hkl t Ci-itiiis Asu:Utt03 occsrs to-s-tjii
at uir :o:cu ovtr W. B. R:k
i2 s vs.'x. r.-.Ti- Osr ycerg ss sbosld
Vi tr nit ii nis,i.
iVtlention Knights of the Red
Cross of Constantino and K. 11. fc.
A. Conclave will be held at tho
Masonic hall this (Friday) evonlng, Oct.
letn ibiZ, lor tne purpose oi electing o ni
cer s ana otner important Dullness, uy
order of the M. 111., Sov.
10-l8dlt J. A. riitLLis, iicc
The Paducah silver cornet band will
furnish some of the music for the Liberal
procession to-morrow night. The Mound
City band will also be present, and our
own sweect blower will likewise con
tribute their dulcet notes to the harmony
and enthusiasm of the occasion.
PniL Howard has been added to the
procession committeo of tho G. and B.
club. Phil is a lively Greeley boy and is
willing to do all he can to wake the echoes
for the old philosopher. If the procession
proceeds precisely, properly and prudently
Phil will be entitled to much of the credit.
Xrmt. 7t;.7, W. P. KaJHIit
rrmulj. JSJE .ti lit J ic: vi.ii
Xi Ciriiit.1 Xji-ja.
Laptev. Cvv.i ilzC Vv lit ssi
cnuiiVti im ioj u ii u tin t y Vt-
The Qui Vive Coterie will inaugcrate
their series with a dance to-night at the
St. Charles hotel, under the auspices of
tb young men composing the club. It
cannot fail to please the most fastidious.
An ample collation will be spread by
mine host F. D. Rexford. Those who de
light in tripping the "light fantastic,"
should sot fail to be present.
Ma. Frank Hafela baj opened a meat
i.-Vi os Washington avse next door
to Tist-er's zTCotry store, Vtwn Tr.th
Zltrtz'.i, iUmu, V which he isvivu
ti. tiss cf tie public. Tie best of
'A all iiiii kept eautiiily cs Lasd
iii dtbTtrtii Vj ur pan of the city.
K vrt. jsrz.lzg tzi tTeiiij tvtrr
hisjzx. iiuijiii-f &wiit ti ti.t G?itw
A Saxt? siriii ni.tiii r vxni, VTiai-
H- 7. Go'.-txj-I,
IWUb. vji UA Ctirs, I31i.
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every
body, is now fully installed in bis new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fers to the public tho best St. Louis beer
tho choicest brands of wine and the purest
liquor to bo found in the city, and hopes
that these, rivil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a generous
hare of public patronage. Come and
tee Louis in his new homo. Ho has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
Mrs. Anna Laxo, Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has ust received a largo and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children' underwear
something new In this market. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined are
also something new and tho most comfort
able thing for children in cold weather
ever devised. Mrs. Lang also has a wel
selected asiortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo aold as cheap as can be
found elsewhere in this market.
Capt. Tou. H Aim an of the Tyrone has,
attached Dr. Backenstose's circus for debt,
and proposes to go in into the show busi
net at onco. Ho always had a "hanker
ing" after that business and carried a
number of woll trained and talented per
former on bit boat. There was Fate
Splllers, who spent most of his spare
hour climbing the jackstafT, and Jolly
Hard, the funny' man, and
Alex. Hard, who handled the
bard cash, and Jamos Parish
the light weight bar keeper and athlete.
While Capt. Tom himself is about tho
best ring master wo ever know. Wo saw
him riding the flying dutchman for more
than an hour one day, and every time he
came round be took a ring. He is almost
a; enthusiastic on the show business as
Len Faxon, and very nearly as successful.
nest of rock which lie nearly in tho
channel. The Belle of Piko was follow-
ng closo after, and whistled to pat on the
larboard ido. Tho pilot of tho Amc
knew that the channel of the river wns too
narrow to allow such a passage and did
notanwor tho tlenal bolioving that the
Bello would not attempt it. But ho
asked for tho sldo aeain and still camo
ahead. Still tho Ames did not answer
but kept backing her engino in order to
keep from being thrown on tho rocks by
tho force of tho current. Tho Pikn then
flopped whoro tho forco of tho current
boro her against tho stern of tho Ames,
which struck her just In front of the wheel,
making splinters of the cook-houso nnd
shattering tho whcel.hotiso so thnt tho
whcol fell overboard after she landed bo
low tho coal yard. Yesterday tho T. F.
Eckort fished it up for hor. Tho Henry
Ames' aftcr-gunrd wns damaged somewhat,
her ruddor broken and a largo hole
knocked in hor bull abovo tho wntor line.
Tho repairs to tho Ames ore alrchdy com
pleted, and tho liello of Pike will bo re-
paircu in lour c.r live dnvs. iNo stock or
freight worn lost overboard by tho acci
dent, and no freight diimngcd.
Castoria a substitute fur castor oil-
is a physic which does not distress or
gripe, but is sure tn operate when all other
remedies have failed. You may confi
dently rolr upon tho Castoria in stomach
ac o constipation, tlntulency.croup, worms,
piles or deranged liver. It contains
neitocr minerals, morphine, opium nor
alcohol, but is purely a vegctablu prepara
tion, perfectly harmless, and nbove all,
pleasant to tako. Tho Castoria soothes
nnd quiets tbo system, and produces nat
ural sleep. It is a wonderful thing to
assimilate tho food of children and pro-
vent them from crying. A thlrtv-flvo
cent bottlo will do tho work for a family
ana save many n uoctor s lilll. lu-ic-w-lt
A good rcllablo boy to work in tbo jow
olry store of E: and W. Buder. Apply at
tho toro, 10-12-3L
1 roc wist tiisirt l- a itKtiva
cigar, fircsiz P. Si-p, Ci.irrisJ irt
nse If yea wish wi titwirg err ssuti
leg labteco, pipes, Viinmi yjcsiixa,
go to P. Sup's popala ToVs-teo
Cigar tore. tf
For Rest, a two-story bcsietsi boaie,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth street. It is wel.
adapted for Saloon and Boarding bouse
Apply to John Heoaktv, No. 69, Ohio
Mr. Jno. Hakele, proprietor of tho
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth streot
Keep tho very best of meat always on
band, and will deliver It in any quantity
from one to one thousand pound at any
time to any part of the city free of charge.
Mr. C. Hanny ha jut returned to this
city with a tock of fall goods, which for
quantity, quality, stylo and cheapness ho
i confident has never been equalled in
this city. Ho will offer an assortment of
ladies' dress goods, handsome prints, mus
lint, notions, etc., etc., at extremely low
figure. Call and examine, and be con
Mr, Geo, Steiniiouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth streot and Com
merclal avenue,deslres to call tbo attention
of the bearded community to bis neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he is mas
ter of bl profession in all it branches.
He bat bearded many a lion in hi den, and
call for more. tf.
Moucr, the well-known editor of Rich
view, Illinois, the original Greeley man of
Illinois, wa in the city yesterday. He
clledupon The Bulletin, beamed upon
tit the light of hi benigu countenance, and
Uea (seated away from our vision to labor
si te wall for O realty' election.
Vi IXtCxir csr cr wzz-
y.'i mtA 'J. LiriJtsdros. U m:1t
Tt-.ii aiii ir.iS -tT-.- iira ti zs&tt
fiu.v wii-Jt-tivt, It Is well vlipihi
V Ci s-jm t i him a;- -cily Mrts
tie vjta'. iT?t S.VU.-.W ofeillli ltd fever, !
iit ttcfci srp tie ijiiets V iz'.i . dejr,
tin i. ;tU;t rrt?r, if ete?. will tt't '
strci tie rrtsri. c! Csief cf Polic
Kreri, tie itw. ptriir.Vslitisg is-gs
is-i Jxt Lvri LiTe bt-iifal, as4
- grvius-'ily retirieg Uws. the pallic
gize. Tie irg owsers, who will persist
that they Lave tie right to fed their pork
at the public expense, heartily wish that
the reported death of the chief Lad not
turned out to be a canard.
Barclay Brothers received a lot of
stuff in one of their own envelopes from
Len. Faxon, which tbey hardly under
stood a they are not editing a nowspaper.
Tho onvolope contained a lot of iterai
gathered upon the fair grounds which he
intended for tho 'Kentuckian,' and were
put in Barclay Brothers' envelope for
want of a bottor. Send your locals to
us next time ; wo can appreciate them.
The Chicago 'Railroad Gazette' of the
12th say of tho Cairo and Vincennes
Tho construction of this railroad, which
X t1"6 wllh 1,10 "'epilog
of the tunnel, 7s about completed, somo of
it havlnir hoen dono n f,
The superstructuro is being laid on the'
bridge over the Wabash anf will bo com
nleted at tho rate of one pier weekly until
novemuer zu, wnon tbo wbolo will ho
Elitbty-flvo miles of track, mainlv h.
tween Vincenno and Tunnol Hill, have
been laid, and the entire railroad will be
uniiuea in November.
There is much ilifflr-nlt UTAplf rtn Ifitd Una
it being not through tbo level prairie
that rr.l rn.l ... I M a -. . . 1 .
tuug.ui uiesuruceoi Illinois, but
in the broken and wooded country of tbo
southern end or the Bute, and everywhere
near the Oh o and Wabash, thu. crottlog
the tributaries of those stream near their
mouth where they and their bottomland
are widest. The maximum grade are
fifty feet to the mile, aid there iicomld.
Mocni City Items. On Monday last,
the locomotivo Gen'l Sherman, of the
Cairo and Vincennes R. R, arrived in
Mound City via the M. C. R. K. and
Mound's Junction. It is now actively em
ployed in running a construction train.
Tuesday the steamer Glencoe unloaded
1,60) bars of railroad iron for the above
The Mound City Greeley and Brcwn
clab Lave two hundred members enrolled,
aad will hoior Cairo with their presence
at the gravi desiotitratlon r.ext Saturday
cigit. T6t win briig teeir frnmi Cor
tet Ud led by Prof. Roiealaagb.
Mayor Cut;, Capt. Harsbleton. Col. Wat
kits, Mr E. Sbippec, 3. W. Carter, Esq..
Capt.L. G. Haits, Mr. Crar.dall, H. C.
I Fott.', G, F. Meyer, Geo. Lvatsb-jry irA
. isy c.itn of the stme itiap, wili gjTe
I tn: itxim to scderiUxd the utirt kit,d
cf material of which this club is composed.
Barsoy, Be-iard, tte diver Mr. Bur.
rows atd some others visited Bacon rock
jawtaiy.aa 10 a lew moments ntd a
blut of dualine in rxsition which thev
ubed to try as an experiment. Dualine
is an explosive said to be many times
stronger than powder, and whoso strong
est force is downward. So that a blast
laid on top of a rock will, it is said, knock
it into irni'berens. It is , terrible ex
polsive, but perfectly safe to handle, so
long as it is not dropped on some hard
Well, this first blast on Bacon rock was
composed of three pounds of duallno
wrapped in a paper tube tied to a big rock
and lowered to its place. Whin all
parties bad romoved to a safedistanco tho
electric spark wa applied, a mall column
of thick black raoko began to ascend from
tbo point where the blast ly, and tho re-
ult was watched with Intonso interest.
By and by tbo sraoko vanished. There
bad. been no concussion that Hnybody
Knewoi. 1 bo blast was withdrawn, and
it was found that the terrible explosive
bad taken fire and quietly burned up, leav
ing tbo paper tubo, In which it had been
wrappod, entire. The dualino was of u
poor quality, and the pr...y roturnod to
.cuiiug, no uouot, much as wo did
when, in company with Capt. Dugan, wo
did not "bust" the gorge above Colurabu.
Tio contractor and tlo men on tho C. S.
&T, R.R.at'-!5ctpertie. Apply to
J. II. Bktiiunk,
MO.lO-lmo Charleston Mo.
House and two lots in block fiftv lots
No. 35 and 30 situated on Eighth be
tween Washington and Walnut. For
further particulars as to terms apply on
premises or address P. 0. box M4.
Immediately, in Chicago, 1.C00 good
brick-layers. Wages, f5 00 per day
Apply to Room 2, Exchange building, S.
W. Cor. Clark and Washington streets,
100 tracklayers and section men on the
Cairo and Vincennes railroad. Steady
employment, nnd good wages to good men.
Apply to Chas. O. Wood,
or tho foreman on tho works near Mound
City. 10-1 7-1 w
Two boot-makers. Only tho very best
need apply. Fred. Wikteriiero,
Immediately COO hands to work on tho
C. A. & T. R. R. Good station work at
from 18 to 23 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
n. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
GREAT SALE OF LOTS.
I will offer for sale on Saturday, October
19tb, at one o'clock p.m., eight lots, corner
of Fifteenth and Walnut, one
block from the custom-house,
numbers 25 to 32, inclu
sive, block 43. The abovo lots nro very
desirable and sale will bo 'peremptory.
Terms of sale cash. Title perfect. Sale
to take place on the premises.
Daniel Harthan, Auctioneer.
By tome mistake the copy relating to
tbo disaster of the Henry Amos and Belle
of Pike escaped tho printer hands, which
account for the apparont negllgenco of our
river reporter yesterday. The circura
(tanoe of the case are as follow :
Tbe Henry Ames was making tho cross
ing from Capt. Fair home to Cairo
point, and wa oloie to and juit above the
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
notice to contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received hi the
engineer's office in Jackson Tennessee un
til November 1st, 1R7L', for about three
hundred thousand crws ties, said tie
must be seven by eight inches and nine
Tbe company reserve tho right to re
ject any or all bids.
S. B. Reek,
10-17d2w Chief Engineer.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS !
At wholesale and retail, stewed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on tbo half-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker'
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in every style at all
hours day and night. Henry Myer pre
sides over tho culinary department. A
a caterer he has no equal, and Harry's
i-"'"'". u niwuj uu assureu ol a
warm meal at any hour of tho day or
night, that will meet tho requirements
and plcaso tho tasto of tho most fustldl.
F.ICHH0FF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wrn. Eichhoff has purchnsod tho inter
est of his brother In tho abovo establish-
mcnt in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
rurnituro manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant evory artfelo ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of Jttdtteada, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, otc., always on hand, and bis price
dofy competition. Sales room at tho fuc-'ry-
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Bolow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by H. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathors, etc. H. Levi doos a very largo
trade In his line, and it is a well known
fact that he olway pay tho highest price
to bo obtained in this markot. Ho is pay
Hides, dry flint lb I0tol7o
Hides, green salted lb 8 to Olo
Deer skin. V lb 20 to 25c
Tallow tf lb 6 to Co
Feather $ ft 35 to 66c
Steamer Capitol Ollv, Vlcksburg.
" O. V. Kountz, N. Orleans.
" Ada Hollman, Cape Olrardoati.
11 John Lurns Ion, Evansvillo.
'" St. Joeph, Memphis.
" City of Qulncy, N. Orleans.
" Frank P. Grnccv, Evansvillc.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk Jr., Pmlucnh.
" Grand Tower St. Louis.
Steamer Capitol City, St. Louis.
" John Lumsden, Evansvillc.
" St. Joseph, St. Lnuls.
" Clfy of Quincy, St. Louis.
" Frank. I', Gracoy, Kvansvllle.
" Illinois. Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Grnnd Tower, Memphis.
BIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with rlthor lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, 111
Special contracts offered on favorablo
term upon application.
II. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt,
Sales Ageat .T-15-ly,
1I0ATH LEAVING TO-DAY.
Thu flno pussengor steamer Colorado is
tbo regular pa:kst leaving nt 0 p. ni. for
Memphis Vlcksburg and all way points
Tho elegant Delta Vernon will leave In-
uoy nt noon lor .Memphis ana all way
landings. Tho Jim Fisk Jr.. I the mail
packet for Paducah ond way landings
leaving at 4 p.m. this evening. The
elegant and fast City of Chester is the
regular Anchor line packet for St. I.ouis
and ail way landings this eveniug at 0
CONDITION OF TUB RIVERS.
Tho Ohio hero is. gradually falling and
the channel in tho lower Ohio is In a de
plorable condition. Boats report two feet
on Henderson bur and thirty inchos other
places. Every boat coming out of tho
Ohio has lots of trouble among tho manv
sand burs and cannot bring out a half a
loud, The Mississippi is fulling and the
channel is getting beautifully less ovcry
day. Bouts continue to report C feet scant
on Powers' Island, which is the shoulest
place. Below hero six and one-lulf feet
IICSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business on tho I.cvee wus very good
und receipts and shipments wero large.
The weather continues beautiful and full
The damages of tho Henry Ames by
tho Bello of Pino running into her will
cost nearly four hundred dollars.
The fickcrt wa at work raising tho
shaft of tho Belle of Piko.
Tho Frank P. Gracoy was aground at
Henderson, Cottonwood and Mound City
At tbe tultcr plucc tho water is getting so
ehullow that boats can hardly get along
side tho wharfboat.
The steamer Tyrono under charter of
Backenstose's circus has been attached by
the sheriff of Memphis, for a bill amount
ing toone thousand dollars for stores, etc.,
mude by the circus company and the Ty
ronu is held responsible.
The James Kunkin port duo, has been
out from Louisville ten days.
Tho Carrio V. Kountz luid hero yester
day mending her boilers. Somo of the
rivets iiad broke loose.
Tha Henry Amos was aground several
hours at Powers' island.
1 he John Lumsden, now on her own
hook in tho Evansvillo trade, arrived at
daylight with all she could bring on tho
water. She had u fair number of people.
Tho Gracoy had a caravan of wandering
gypsies en routo southwurd.
Tho Ada Heilmun, from Cape Girar
deau, brought In a big trip of lirno und
The Capital City had scarcely
Tho City of Quincy had a good up
stream trip and disehargod considerable
freight here. The B. II. Hurt is on tho
docks at K vansvillo undergoing repairs.
The Pink Vurble with a load of cotton
seed ran on the wreck of the old Platto
Valley, five miles below Memphis and
had to throw overboard part of her cargo
to keep from sinking.
Tbo Umpire was aground at Shawncc
town when tho Frank P. Gracoy passed
Tho Eddyvllle turned back from Padu
cah this trip and tho Gracoy brought her
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tancr a
o purchase saddles and har
ness, at Ins saddle store on
Washington avonuo. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at lNo.l in Cairo.
City National Bank Butldinsr.
M.Bpccial attention paid to orders Irom ceu,
boata night ordar
TJCYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Duranfs
A Cofteo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Our Home Advertisers.
Tho lino packet
i.ratcf lor the above ami all way point,
thlj evening poitlvely on arrival or tin;
train, hor freight or parage apply on
HEOULAIt CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS
VII.LE 8EMMVKKKI.Y U. S.
Th Fan) and Klmit Vuuvttr Sleamer
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns arc
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
the public. mm m.
I ID Ij El "W ILL:
Jack Gkammkr, Master.
Ki). Thomas, Clerk.
K3r Leave Cairo for Paducah and Kvana
Mile, every Thurnday and Sunday cvenliiir.
at 0 o'clock, connecting at Evansvillo with
inn I.OII11VIHU nun iiiicinnau packet, t or
freight or pancajto apply to
JamksBuhih Pamongcr Ag't.
ItEOIJI.AR CAIRO, PADUCAH A EVANS
VII.LE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The lino Passenger Packet
V GENTS VANTEO for an entirely new md fat
druticg work of unusual Inicrcit.
T HE HOME OIF
The crandft ami mot popular book out,
now felling faster than any otliertliree book
combined. Nearly two hundred Mitierb en
Kruvlii);. One Auent took one hundred and
fourteen in ten iluy. The bet chance, to
make money eer olferuil. Agent wanted
cmtv where". Send for our circular. with
term', (un-un:i"ed), ileerltition, endor-c-inenf.
ete. K. A. IIl'TCHINSON,
llMTdiwim Utl Ji. litis t., .St. Mo.
THE MOJtMON WIFE.
Thl thrilling book compric the adven
ture and experience ol a woman written
by hcrclf for year the wife or a Mormon
prophet dlcloliitf every. Miik the mot
l;i-flnulln book extant. Steel portrait of
the Authorei.. portrait of leading Mormon,
Life ami Scene III Utah, etc. Agents
VALLEY 1TI1LISIIINO CO.,
KMTil&wlm St. Loul, MIouri.
IIEN. HOWARD . 3a..r
Nkolkv Rui)i . . .... Clerk
tSTLoave Cairo for Paducah and Evans
villc every Tuesday and Friday evening ut t)
o'clock. For freight or parage apply on
board or to
.Iambs llir.OH, l'aenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVII LE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
. The One low presurc Passenger Packet
(I It A X D C E X T II A L
Pine ureet, between Fourth and Filth M.,
.VP. l.Ol'I.", containing K room; having
latelv added .Vlmore room, I now prepared
to oiler to the tra' cling public tbe be.t ac
commodation, Room, T.'i ct. to $1 per
dav. All meal rent each.
DORR A: THATCHER.
H. PENNINGTON.. . , Mat
EITLeave Cairo cury Wcdnewlay anil
Saturday evening atfl o'clock, for Padu ah
and Eanlllc. For freight or parage ap
ply on board or to
JAMEalllCOB, Paenger A if' I.
CAIKO AND I'a'dUUAH
Tl ipleDdlil rUunrr
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place where you can buy a much for
OUST IB DOLLAR
a 'yoiiean ebewhere for
ONE DOLLAlt AND A QUART Kit
The undersigned would respectfully In
form the public that they have fitted their
now store bouso on Eighth street with tho
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise ever before brought
to this market, and in order
to securo a largo portion of tho patronago
of the public,
WE AUK DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR (JOOD.S AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAH-
LISIIMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
BOOTS fie SHOES,
HATS fie CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found in a
firat class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
all Its details. Our stock of
is the largest in tho city, and we aro en
abled to offer spocial Inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlcmens' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to moot all de
mands at prices dofying competition. As
it is to tho interest of evory ono to buy
whoro goods aro choapost and lost
wo cordially invito tho public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho oast
side of Eltthih streot, botween Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
CT AS. FISK,
Dick Fowler, Captain
Liae Cairo DAILY, r-Uinday excepted), at
4 p.m. for freight or parage apply on boaru
!,r ' ' . MAM.OUV, Ag't.
Jan Stf ' "
UAIHi. AND MOUND CITY
. MTKAH Tl'O,
Will males three tript dally.
At" . a.m.
At 11 ..a.m
i.eav'o Moron citv
At 8:30 i.m.
At 1:30 . . p.m.
At 0 . p.m.
aru each way, 30 eentu; 10 ticket lor
82 .7). Will land, when hailed, at any good
Intermediate landing for p.iemfcr ol
Tho war that for a pace did fall,
Now trebly thundering swells the Rale,
And Greeley I the cry 1
No. 104 Commercial Avektjb,
iiBoi J.nESSH anU Scotch cassimeres
JL.LA8' EAyns and Broad-cloi M
comtantly on hand, and allirooda warrants
In.!'l -1 brancbti Uo aarrlad m
LIBERAL AND DEMOCRATIC
Saturday, October 19.
The Liberal Itopiililleiui and Democrats of
Cairo ftend ijri'ftliir to their friends In South
ern Illinois Missouri and Kentucky the as
Miranco that they are ftill undismayed In
their tnirelu for refonn and truth and an
Imitation to Join them In a
G-IR, .A. IN" ID BALLY
on thu Huh instant. The fol
distinguished orators have
to be present and address the
GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN
JOHN YOUNG UROWN
HON. LYMAN TRUMBULL
HON. W. W. O'BRIEN nnd J. L, D.
MORRISON of Illinois.
Several bands of music will enliven the
occasion ; and there will bo a
at night. Tbo
GH2ELEY AND BROWN CLUBS'
In the ncl,
In a body.
towns aro requested to
The friendi of reconciliation and reform
must not waver. Come and letui counsel
together for the trnuict battle la November,