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ieobxt soontmt
, KiititliUt of Pythias, niccls every Fri
day night nt halr-po.it rwven in Odd'
Kellovrs' Hull .Ino. It, UOSSMAN,
Chancellor Iknamuilvr.
jfMflfe inde'iemlent Order of Oddfel
..VHP lows, meet cvrry TtmrwUy night
'9Hil at half-past seven, In Ifwlrliall on
..'ommcrcial avcuue, between eixin ana otmtw
itntt. T J. KiHtll, N. O.
in Odd-Fellows' IUU on the first and third
lui-ed-i) In every month, nt tiairtart seven.
A CAIRO I.ODUK. N0.237.A.P. A A. M.
Hold rek-uUr communications In Ma
JskysT vnlo Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' and Eighth street, on the second and
ourlh Monday of each month.
Everybody to knov tbat lite plica to get
A smooth shine,
A good shampoo,
A faihlonulile hair-cut,
Or nnylhirjj; In that line,
In ut tlic (liiAM) Cm-nut Uaiim-u
corner Eighth nnd Commercial.
OtMf -1. UrOltdl HTCl!fUOVB.
IWI KEMEKiit IrfHit Heraerl'a.
nri'llsencr Brer at Gaoi-go Lattner's
ivilooti. on Comainrclal avenue, ijttwccn
Filth ntid Hlxth street.
To tbr Cltlaen. of Cairo.
I would inlonii in) iiiniy friend", tbat 1
am (till In the uctlon hudDr9., and 'read)
tu attend to all tales that may offer. My
long cxpciletico In this business niedt oo
comment-! I no experiment on my part,
and partlei entrusting goods t in; euro
need no be a Tr aid, as 1 :ini no 'viulb" or
novice In tli - business.
Sp. ci I attention xlvcn to real estate nd
ottinoor Nile, as I h e never mlseii wak
ing a sale. I) Hamiman, Auctioneer.
Corner HlxtU street and Commercial A v.
Wuh l.lala.
Heady printed packages of witch lists
enough hi with hook to last two years,
fur 00 cents each nt t ho Bullktin OlHee
for the next two dayr.
rllriauas"ll.'r.5li:Rat lnh Her.
A Xn, I Ijtnntlry.
It I now conci ded that Mrs. Coleman,
the 1 undies. .- . Ii Foititli street, be
tween sVnlnnjDn.tC iimi-tcIiI avenues,
h.iouco The b rt co ducted laundry i
talil !unlit- ai the city, and Uudlords o
hotel, and boarding uoUes a ill lind It to
their -vlvnntii to call upnn her
Her t rici an: as follows : Hotel and
linaritfugkuie v.i.M i, cent per
docri. Fot piece work price arc
an follow ; single shirt and col
ir, 1jc; per doen w; ock .V; two col
im, fie; two liaiidlierchlf Is, 5c; veitu 20c;
md all gentlemen'!! wear. H)o. per
to-.en. Ladle' drerSOf, 25 to SWc;
klrt ID to 20c; drawer 10 to Ke; two
oslr ho-c fic; two collar: ."i to l"c. For la
les' plain clothe 1 00 per dozen; lor la
dles line clothe", 61 2r per Wcu; done
Iramptly, anil promptU delivered. I'.v
'ronac "ollcltcd j-:i'ltn
torXX Anther and White ra-r stovk
ciivclopesatthel.i i.i.unN olli:'r. piinp.Ml,
i.'l :-0 and l (i r M.
i.lmi'. i.iiui-.
100 b irn l-! of lime. lt"tjiwHtj , loraI;
at low-down ilur- at -I no. 15. I'hlllU ,
I.CIH'r IIi kiN.
n-ti lumml letter heads. larjroMzc.Car.
Ii-le paKT, niteil two cents higher than
any other pajwr U"( (l In Cairo for print
in;; letter heads ordinary coinpo'liion
only $1 SO per thou-aml at thu Hi'li.kti.v
job olllce.
Plcttirennii' AiihtIch.
At the HfLU.TiN blutlery IS ntunln r.,
bmiuil in two volume:', lull U mor
roeco; co-t ; H ; for sale at 10.
4J to I.oiiIh llfrbert'o for PILNi:
5r" I'ilsenurlker fn-sh anil cool, the
finest beer ever drunk, at Cha. .Sehoen
ineyerS, corner Tenth strwt and Wah-
iiiSton uveniie.
A l ine Murk.
Win. Killers desire to Inform hU pat
loii' and the pu lie generally, that he has
now on band a lario sioukul I'ruicU and
(icrui.in . ah, Kip and M locco, and I pre-pir-
d to mauuiaeturo. lor torn and oillcu
wear. Ih-llne.t of Moro'cn or Ctli iskln
filioe or II j t-;nd lor firm -w, draymen
and out du r wear Kcncraliy, his Kreiich
Kip et.tndi above anything everotlered in
tnl- market. IH lints arc ui the late-t
rtyles ani be can giiaruutce a 111 and satl
I salon to all bin pat'oti'. U U-tt
Go to Charles Sjchoeiinieycr's for fresh
I'ilseuer lleer.
(5f" Fresh niul cool l'ilsener every day
at Claries rjehiK'nineyei V .
riLSBXBK at Louis Herbert's.
I3TI iUcncr Ilecr at (icore I.aituor'B
.Saloon, oil Couiuisr.-inl avenue, between
Filth nnd sixth Htrcch.
ror Hnlc.
A Hltver mated No. U lon Shuttle Sew
Int' Mui'IiIlo, IiukI (piuno) tinldi, valued at
S."i. Will bo - Idat iSiOi.li-eiiunt, on good
terms, auuorueri u direct irom inu ineiory.
Colored nd m tmted 5Ips of tho c.ty of
Caho nt i SO acli (ball price).
A No. 0 Wlliwu Shutilo Sewing Machine
valued at 7fi Will bo sold at 15 discount
and ordered direct In tu the luciory.
A 00 Hcmlmjton Sewlig Machine-8-10
off for uasb. Buitablo for tailor or boot and
sboc manufacturer.
At a bargain, and on good luriun, a Howe
Sewing vi ehlfio. May be icen at tbe Com
pany's office, corner Ninth street and Com
Plclurosquii Amcrlet" la uum'iorN
bound in 2 volumes, full pilt Morocco ;
price, SMi.
fouTale. '
A ityl "E," "dough, Wnrrcn & Co.'r"
I to -.Ir. firrrnn. rilfht IWim Iho foiMtArvt ha.
trolt. Hit price, ifOOO. Will bo Hold for
flmtU waL'Oii.
For any 'of thetbovn rilclei. apply at
tba BuwrriN offlre, E. A. uurnitt.
git uitiitt.
I"AII bills for alrertljInK, are due find i)
able ik AbVAXClt, .
Transient tvIvcrtUluK will belnterted nttlia
rate of II (0 per square ror the lint Insertion
and So cents for each siil-eiuent one. A llleral
discount will lie made on standing niuldlplay
local notice, lmliit, or otherMlie, ulllbr
cliarKHl ten cents er Hue for the first nnd lite
ants Tor each additional Imcrtlon, (counting
n.ellup,nnduji(Tnl) n illconnt will lMnndc
after third Insertion.
Church, Society, FcotUal and Hopper notices
Will only liclnwrtrd as ndu rtl"ements
For lii'ertlnK Kuneral notice l to. Notice of
meeting of . societies or s'crel orders 50 cents for
esch Insertion.
No dvertlemcnt will bcrecelcdnt leis thm
M cents
A new Howe niul .Singer sowing ma
clilne. Jhiquirc nt the Bulletin olllce.
K. A. HlIlXK.TT.
A Ciirreait KrpoH.
Harry Walker will certainly have a
brass band at the Crystal Mloon on Satur
day night. The lunch won't he turtle,
hut It Is believed a hear has been killed
by hit hunters. Harry says bear. are In
hca.ou, and that his hunters lire always
red hot alter that kind ol "unie.
1'hllaJelphla hat?, the most fashion
able now worn, at .lohn Antrim'.".
Prravaal Tax Vint.
Owln? to the publication, in thi issue,
of the list of pergonal tax-payers of Al
exander county, much matter, beside
the usual amount of editorial, has been
crowded out of the columns of the 15ft.-
Illnraa or Mr. Dr. f aaejr.
Ir. Viiunlnx received a telegram from
Mound City last night culling him tout
tend Mr. Dr. X. It. Casey who has been
stricken by paraly.sls. This estimable
lady's ninny friends in Cairo will sincere
ly hope for her speedy recovery.
J Bar-tor A- Co.
The old established dry oods hou-e,
at present at the comer of Ninth street
and Commercial avenue, will remove, on
or nbutit the 27th of .September, to the
building formerly occupied by W. B.
lloekwell it Co.'s book store, now under-
going n-palrs. Look out for a large
(lock of fresh and caouablu dry good.".
Col. Claiborne Winston has been in
McCnrtiM-y. Colli". Hicks, Vlllij,
and other prominent Metropolitans, tire
hi Cairo, alt -u ling the pork that is
consuming all the v aluable time of the
court 'Hid much ol the tieoplo's money.
New mid fuhlouatt!.Xcck-tU'i' a large
as'ortineiit all rliudu, nt .lohn An-
1'iilUe Cttiirl.
A leiuale, named Hattie I'tl--el. wu
ai re-ted by Olllcer Cain, yesterday, for
dninkenne-". Jibe was tried before
.Judge Blnl and lined $.". Not having
tlie necessary amount, Hattie Kusel will
add n little more expense to the cheerful
tax-payer-)' burden by boarding with the
city eight days.
Lallue, on his rounds yesterday,
met up with Ann Smith and Elsie Taug
ton while they wen; having n Virginia
reel and walk 'lound. He considered
their conduct dl-orderly and "pulled"
them. Judge Bird lined each of them
S."i. Didn't have the ea'di. Ann Smith,
owing to thi emergency, nlo became
a burden to the tux-payers, becoming the
guest of the city for seven days. Elsie
Taugton or a name similar to It
swilled to be the mother of u child, and
received time In which to help along the
l'ublic notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has this day been appointed
assignee of the estate of Harrison Houpt,
(or the sole use and benefit ot his credit
ors', niter deducting all expense attend
ing the execution of the same. All jh.t
soiis Indebted to the said assignor, will
pay the same without delay, to "the un
dersigned. A. CoMIMiS,
Assignee of Harrison Houpt.
C.muo, III., September 17, 1875.
If. (Jreclfy'M I. n rare Fritine Htillilla
In Aliex,
G. H. Greeley's lino frame building,
on Twenty-second street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street. Is now
hi ashes and ruins. Thursday night,
alter our paper had gone to press, the
alarm of fire sounded. Tho firemen re
sponded promptly to tho call, hut before
they reached tho sceno of the coullagra
tlou thu building was so far under the lu
ll uenco of the flames that it could not be
saved. A strong wind commenced blow-
lug, preceding the present cold snap, and
fanned the Humes into Intense heat. It is
believed tho tire originated by tho explo
sion of a cool oil lamp. That seems to
bo the general opinion. When the lire
was discovered, Mr. Greeley and his wifo
wero asleep In the second story u peril
ous position as the building fast tilled
with a dense and sulTocatlng smoke, ren
dering escape very dltllcult. Tho house
was elegantly finished, besides having
all necessary appliances for uso and com
fort. Only a portion of tho furniture
was saved, with a small amount of wear
ing apparel. Iimirnnco on thu building
will roach $1,000; and on furniture,
$3,000, making u tnlal insurance ol
$7,000. When wo consider that Mr.
Greeley's house, was ono of tho best
frames in Cairo, and the ftirnlturo rich
and sumptuous1, thb amount" will ho fur
from saving hint from lots,
LMaetat lame! j
Fred. Holhelnz, proprietor of "Our
Saloon," on Eighth street, opposite the
Grand Central Hotel, will spread a grand
lunch Sunday morning, consisting of the
following hill ot fiirti : Uoast beef, veal,
mutton, tongue, potato pancake!, crabs,
and all kinds of vegetables. Fresh Mil
waukee beer on tnp. Don't forget to go
and partake of the good things between
ft and 10 o'clock. !M8-2t
Winter Weather.
Yesterday was a cold, blustering day,
nnd biasing llrcs were In demand all over
tho city. Occasionally n train of wild
geese, noisy fellows, coursed their way
southward, hunting the warm nttnos
phereof tho low lands and lagoons of
Florida, Louisiana ami Texas. We like
cool, bracing doy, but despise to fori
that one has crept in hy Mcnlth nnd in
the night time. When the Fall season
come-', nnd a dull sky l over head, and
the leaves of the cotton trees dally with
cadi other, and a chilly gale lifts our
Venerable coat tall, as we turn it corner,
sve arc reminded that Christmas, hot rum
punches, nnd turkey lunch are not far
distant, and that the grand Jury, the pet
of all well-regulated public", lias about
Oar Ieal Kdllor.
Can Ilouton t'.-ll us what has become
ot our local editor? It Is a matter of Im
portance to us. H Is a rare and radiant
youth, who can't go back on liorsc-llcsh,
lairs, or good looking girls. This last
Is the most serious attack ot staying
away when duty calls that we have
known him to indulge In. Something
tintfbUal has certainly taken
place. 1'erhaps he's showing Tom
Matthews some fine points about
that pacing horse, or George Dougherty
is attempting to convince him that he
wrote "granger blossoms'' instead of
"orange blosom." On Thursday even
ing he hade us an affectionate good by,
skimmed over our arabesque carpet,
asked in what we thought of the cut of
his coat and trowsers, and lett (or Jones
horo. Tholastcst advices from him were
that he was at the grand ball given at
Joneshoro, and managed to dance in
every set, when most of the other hoys
from the Taylor Literary Club had "to
take' il-ar seats owing to the numerous
crowd of males In ' a'.tendance. He Is
callable of doing these things, and am
dance as line a clog or jig as any youth
his ogu or size in Illinois. But we are
even with him. In his absence wo traded
oil his yellow, white laced horc, for n
sjieckled Texas pony, that has a brand
on bis left hip resembling the man of
Mexico. If you see him, Bouton, send
him home.
Valuable Property for Nttle.
The undersigned wishes to sell a House
and Lot, located on Twenty-seventh
street, Itetwccn Commercial avenue and
Poplar street. Cairo, Illinois. All neces
sary out-houses, stable, etc. Also.agood
cistern. The lot Is provided with fruit
tree", etc. This property will be sold at
low llgures. Apply to Thomas W. Hal
llday tor further particulars.
MlCIIAKI. lliniilN.
Cairo, li.t.., Sept. 17, .:.
THE C. 4 ST. L. R. R.
Accident lo the Track Above the City.
During the past year the bank of the
river in the lieiid about a mile from thu
crovs levee has been caving in, and the
river getting closer every dav to the
track of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad.
Col. Taylor some time ago called the at
tention of Mr. Cauda, the manager of
the road, to the encroachments of the
river r.nd udvUed htm to take immediate
steps to turn the river towards the Mis
souri shore. The employe of the road
in the city advised Mr. Cauda that there
was no necessity for the advised precau
tions to ho taken, and the company
has permitted tho encroachments
of the river to go on. Yesterday morn
ing, ';hout fifty yards of tho track fell
with the caving bank into the river, nnd
the business of the road has been Inter
rupted. Xo trains went out or tame in
on yesterday. A construction train was
brought down from some place up the
line, and a force of hands were at work
most of the day yesterday takiug up the
track and ties with the Intention of run
ning it track around the bank. This
work will be completed to-day or to-morrow,
and trains will run as usual.
We have no doubt tho railroad com
pany will now lose no tiuio in doing all it
can to strengthen its embankment where
the river approaches it. Hock can easily
be procured by the company, and It will
not cost much to make the truck secure
along tho whole Hue of river front from
about a half u mile above the break to the
depot at the point.
Jf erchaat Tailoring.
A full Hue of Broadcloths, English
Coating and Cassimcres, at John Ait
trim's. M. Vharlea ArrUala.
E. V. Dowell nnd wife. Little Hock,
Ark.; Mrs. McKinney and child, Mem
phis, Tctin.; Frank Dunlap, Cincinnati,
O.; Capt. Irwin Dugan, City , J. II. Mur
ray, Carmi. III.; A. Greenwood, Xew
York ; Mrs. M. E. Catlett, New Orleans;
Miss V. I. Catlett, New Orleans ; Miss
Milllo Catlett, New Orleans; Miss L.
Fennon, New Orleans; Miss Irene
Hooper, New Orleans ; Jas. Jackson and
wife, New Orleans ; BenJ. Bankln, Me
tropolis; M. L. Downy, Cent ralla;. Miss
Bell Spauldfng, Httstin, Mich.; Fred.
SpaulJIng, Hustlu, Mich.; J. G.
Arrington, New Orleans; S
Marcbildon, Thebes, III.; Miss
Alice Xewlallen, New Orleans;
ltobt. Kaufniann, Cincinnati, Ohio; W.
D. Henkly, Fredonlu, Mo. ; 31. II. Page
Chicago ; G. A. Ageo, New York ; I. C.
Hartwell and family, New Orleans ; I.
U. Whltaker, New Orleai..
Ciaterna Cleaned.
rersons having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit tho times,
by culling ou J. 8. Hawkins, Cross street
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for tho purpose . o-io-t I .
Cleaeral Item.
Most or the young men who went up
u, Joneshoro to attend the Fair dance,
have returned. They look pule and In
Thu Blatr beer Is becoming more
populat everyday. Mr. Lolu- i the agent
In this city othft favorite Milwaukee
drink and is nlready driving a brisk tradu
In it" sale.
Fred, Koehler A Brother have con
cluded to open a meat store next wt-ek at
the corner jnt Washington avenue and
Eighth street. These popular butchers
will deal In all kinds ot incat, but make
sausages, fresh and1 smoked, n specialty.
When the .Vim called attention to n
little item our young man published
nbout the Mississippi levee, that paper
got off a good one on us retaliatory,
you see. Indeed, we nre inclined to be
lieve It is becoming the "organ,' nnd said
what it was told to say. But tho fact is,
that In mentioning tho levee we were
saying nothing to the Injury of thu city.
If we had no levees tho city would be in
no danger, the river lieing low. We
don't cry, as the .S'nn man did, "the water
is climbing up the levee ; look out for the
John H. Phillips, nl thu corner of
Fourteenth street and Washington ave
nue, has for sale the largest stock of
Teas In tho city. They arc of the very
best finality and arc sold at the lowest
prices. We have tried his Golden Canis
ter lea and can recommend It as ex
cellent, possessing great strength and
flavor. Private families, boarding house
keepers, proprietors of hotels and all
who appreciate choice and pure natural
leaf Teas are reconimcdcd, if they wisii
to economize in thu purchase of Teas, to
go and examiiiu Mr. Phillips' varied
The young man who presides over
these col tunes made us go into ecstacies
over the work of the grand jury. While
we nre inclined to applaud much that it
did, we nevertheless believe it was won
derfully Inquisitive and put its nose Into
too many matters, i'ou see, when things
are going on quietly when the "glided
butterflies'' nre Hying in undisturbed
peace, and the boys arc enjoying them
selves, It Is mean in a grand jury to raise
a fuss and "stir things up.' Wc had
peace, and the grand Jury has broken
It. And yet our young man goes Into
ecstacies over lis labors.
Auction or Ken I Estate.
I will oiler for sale on Friday, October
1st, at two p. in. lot G, in block 4, on the
Ohio Levee, between Eighth and' Tenth
streets, with house and all improvements
on same. The house is now renting for
$30 per month. The property will be
sold to the highest bidder. Terms of
sale will be made known on day of sale.
This is a good opportunity for any one
wishing to purchase a good business
house and lot. J. B. Ski.I.a
Dan Hartuian, Auctioneer.
He.rt or IWr.n.lJpry ....rer.....
To the Houomblc Circuit Court ol Alexander
County, Mate of HUnoh:
We the grand jury of thu county ol Al
exander and State of Illinois, duly impan
elled and sworn at thu September term
ol the circuit court, A. D. Ib75, would re
spectfully report that we have examined
the county Jail as thu law directs.
Wo find no reason lor censuring the
Jailor, as the prisoners unanimously testi
fy to his kind treatment of them, and ot
his regard for their wants. They are
properly led uud otherwise cared l'or, lis
well a tho situation ol the jail and
Its siirrouudltii;s will allow. But
we would respectfully, yet decidedly
urge that tho situation of the full upon
the ground floor of the court house is a
very bad onu Indeed. The cells are nbout
ten feet square, and ten feet high, and
are neees-'arily so located as to prevent
proper ventilation. They are also damp,
and from the nature of the material of
which the walls are constructed are In
fected with vermin which It Is Impossi
ble to exterminate. Thu Jail Is often
crowded, uud at such times most of the
cells have lour or live prisoners in each.
Thus huddling together of so many per
sons, ol a class not usually careful as to
personal cleanlinc-s, within so small a
space, in a location naturally
damp, and badly ventilated, neces
sarily produces a very offensive at
mosphere especially injurious to thu
health ol the prisoners, the family of tho
jailor and all habitues of the court house.
In view ol these facts which wo believe
former grand juries have testified to In
their reports; we submit it as our honest
Judgment that our county jail Is an tin-
qualilled nuisance which for thu saku of
tut inanity ami common decency should
bu abated; and wo earnestly hopu that
our county government may soon find
means to erect a new and commodious
building for jail purposes, adequate to
the wants ot tne county.
Grand Jury room, Sept. lGth, 1875,
,T.s. E. McCiiitk, Foreman.
'lorlriiltH Ulncetj."
This Is a new stylu of picture now be
ing produced by Wm. Winter, the artist,
of this city. These pictures ure creating
much interest in all thu principal Eastern
and Western cities, being altogether new.
They are unlike photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surface, soft in tone, but distinct In
the lights and shades. No one who sees
them falls to admire them, or to give Uto
artist an order. We huvo been shown a
number of pictures of well-known ladies
and gentlemen of the city, uud have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
spleudld. We would therefore advise all
who tako Interest In such matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter nt
his gallery and cxamhio his work in this
new branch of thu shadow-capturing nrt.
IMI-tl' ,
Heittly .Stmle Clothiiia.
Mndo from tho cheapest to tho most
costly fabrics at panic prices at John
jidT'l'llscnor Uoer ut Ucorgo LaUner.
Saloon, on Conitucnial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets,
Mrvcnlh n.V.
r j
-The grdtid Jury1 reported ycajurday,
returning ,severi .ndlctmVhti'. After their
report, tho jury were discharged ftom
duty. They havo returned 122 Indict
ments since the first day of court.
Mr. D. T. Linegar made a motion to
quash the indictment In thu case ol the
People vi. Itobcrt S. Lemo.i, who Is In-,
dieted forperjury. Court deferred passing
upon the motion until later In thu day or
this morning. .-. , . '
The grind Jury returned' 'indict
ments against the following persons yes
terday: Junius ,B. 3trgnn, Thomas
Tracy and H. L. Morrill, nuisance
The Cairo ,i Vlnccnncs railroad, nui
sance. The cac oil ho People vs. Parker and
Hostcttcr was commenced nt two o'clock
yesterday, and t Isipwit'otl thittiit will
last until Monday. This case was
brought to Alexander county hy a change
of venue from Massac county.., 'The de
fendants are upon trial for larceny and
burglary committed In Metropolis. They
entered the pork housp.of Kattphaudahlf
& Co., nnd, it is charged, took (herefrom
a large quantity of meat. There are nearly
llfty witnesses in thu case, thus making
the trial very expensive for Massac coun
ty. Mr. McCartney, ' of Metropolis,
is assisting in the prosecution, being re
tained hy some citizens ,of :,thu city 1m
which hu rc-Ide.?. They had not, at ad
journment, at half past ." o'clock, secured
a Jury.
civil. , ,
The court sustained the demurrer hi
the case of the I. C. 11 It. Co. v,'.. Samuel
M. P. McClurc. .
Harry Walker , the OM Kellnhle Ha.
looa Keener.
Thu old and popular saloon keeper,
Harry Walker, will take charge, of the
well-known Crystal saloon, corner of
Sixth street and Commercial avenue, on
Wednesday morning, September Kith.
Harry will excel his former efforts ns a
caterer to the public, nnd expects all his
old uud new friends to call around and
examine what he will have on hand for
the good of the Inner man, In the shape
of plain and mixed drinks, etc. All thu
ancients and'- moderns know
ivli..t ..tnmnf ntwt sniiinlnnils lunches
Harry tssed to set. , Well,.hc proposes to
equal. If not excel, his former effort in
that llm and will spread a famous one
every morning. He will keep Pilsener
beer In theVnest of order cool and fresh.
On Saturday night at 0 o'clock Harry
will regale his visitors with 'music by
the band," and aluucii that will astonish
fat and lean men in fact all who may
honor him with a call. Kecollcct It wijl;
bu a olly affair something; like old
times, as it were. Harry Walker wlll.cx
po3t all hands on .that corner for, some
time, to come, u he Is 'to be Inanagf V of
the establishment. -.
Ironla Herbert haa PIMK.VKN.
Port Mat.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
"' Cherokee, Cincinnati.
" SUverthorne, F.vuusvUle.
City Helena, Vlcksburg.
'' Capital City, St. Loul".
Arch P. Green, Chi.
" CML Church, X. O.
Tow-boat Gov. Allen, St. Loul-.
" Mountain Oak, Thebes. '
Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Cherokee, Cincinnati. ,
Sllverthorne, Evansville." '
City Helena, St.- Louis.
Capital City, Vlcksburg..'
Arch P. Green, White river.
C. B. Church, Bank.
Towbout Gov. Allen, Ohio river.
" Mountain Oak.-Shawneetown.
" Llones, Shawnectown.
The river last evening was 17 feet 2
inches on thu gauge, having risen 2
inches during the previous 24 hours, t
Weather cloudy ami very cold.
Business fair. '
The Tarascon lias been raised mid i":
at Xew Albany.
The John L. lthoads grounded on
Portland bar Wednesday.
Thu Clicrokeu arrived out ot the
Ohio drawing 3 feet, with a barge in tow
drawing three feet, and having altogether
700 tons. She tilled out here, left her
barge and Is happy.
Tho stemwheel steamer Frank Mor
gan, whllu making it landing at New
Orleans, knocked a hole In her hull and
sunk In deep water, on Wednesday. She
Is a total loss. Insured for $4,000. Np
lives lost.
The Sllverthorno brought 200 barrels
flour, 9:17 sacks corn and a lot ofsunilrles
for reshlpmunt. In making her repalit
so quickly at Evansvile. she was assisted
greatly by borrowing a T. head piston
rod and attachments from tho new boat
Home, now being built there which, luck
ily, was the same size as her own. 'Her
pitman; straps, and brasses Were all site
had to make.
Pilots Isaac Gough and Israel Wood
ruff, of the steamer Indiana, passed
through hcrnuu route for homo, yester
day. They say tho reports'- concerning
thu condition of the Indiana aground ut
Chocinw nre exjjrgertjje.. .Tpero was
danirer tor awhile that she would break
in two, as thu river was cutting out tin
dcr her how, nnd had let It down several
feet. But before, they left it had filled
in again and slid hhd ceased to Settle'.
Ho that there was no forther danger. She
Is badly hiinjped tip,at:tlip tisdipw-.i W'd
her butts arc sorting but- she' Is not
broken, nnd no doubt cnn':.bf!,piit afloat
all right when tl,erlvrj HfvJTbc
liuunn lUMircu IUJ- 90v,vw, saiii "
$50,00ft nnd frljht list tr, f 9,000.
Head-Quartersfoi;. qpSm
tj-i-i ai i-
Wm. Glenn vc Sph,
u 7 " Street; VWM0AtTi
Real Estate Colun
Several food FarraV and .1,000 acres ol
unimproved I and In Alexander :ou ly.
"Winter's Ulqek" and 1 Winter's K w.
A Ul','o number ot desirable Residences,
snd excellent vacant Lots, Mutable for
bu IrnJs hmi-os and residences.
lloue on Nine tetnili street, for , with
privilege of lcac.
Winter's Block -ultaMo for Hotel O di
ces or Uiistnes. room cheap.
Tenements numbered I, 7, 8 and U, in
Winter's itow, ."i rooms each, for "10 per
No. Iti (evrner) I2 ."J 7 rooiua.
Toatdrilrubtu double Cottafu on corner
ot Till tetntb anil Waliingioii.
Flue two story brick on Commercial at
cnue,T.clvocn Tenth and Eleventh sir cts,
suitable for IJweldn and Hutuesn.
Two houcs on Commercial,. below Sixth
street, suitable (or Business Houses and
Dwlllni?-. '; (v .
Twp ma!l Houses -"west of Twenty-ec:-
ond treer,'ncar Viae', H eseh per month, i
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, o reanny for ssia per modtlf
Business honso on Lcvce, near Eighth
atrept, tor per month. .
A number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, nutsldn lira limits. Al.o
h large number pf other Lots in dllTcVcnt f
Land, in tract' to stiff, near Cairo,.
Uone Kaat.
John Antrim is now in New, York, lay
ing in a stock, of Fall and'WIiilcr goods
that will excel anj thing ever brought to
this mafk'ct--all of tluv latest. styles ot
ready-made clothing hi the fluest good".
The licst line of cloths mid Cassltncre",
the largest assortment of hats of latest
patterns, and ovrtvihlng else, can now
bo found at'hi" store on the loviv.
man preferred.
A coolc-
Apply at the
Hi'M.r.TiN office.
XX WJnid stock envelopes at
llrr.r,r.Ti.v ofllce. S3 00 per M.
For three days llmc at Jow prices,
barrels, hy Jnb. B. PlilllLs .tjjon.
Lime' at lowest prices ntJuo. B.'Phlllis
& Son's.
tTR't'llscner fecr at Gcoruc LaUner'"
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, uctwatn
Fifth and Sixth Rtrcots. lM-tt
S&"X llag stock envelopeo' at the But.
i.kti.v olllce, $.'1 2.' per M.
lowjaiawN Harare.. at J. B.
, KHveloaesj.
00.000 envelopes, nil grades and prices,
Just received at the nri.Lr.Tis lob ofllcc.
r I,. i ii i i i . i ii i
Obstacles to Marriage.,
Happy relief for young men from tho ef
fect of Ecori and bu-es in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments fb Mar
riage removed Now method of troat
m ut. Now und remarkable, reuiedli't.
Hooks uud Chvtil r sunt tree, in sealco en
velope. Address ' Howard Association.
tin X. Ninth St., Phlladcihl'i, Pa. - an In tl
tution having u blgb reputa on. f.r honor
able conduct and protcs.otial skill.
Corrccteit Daily by K. l Steams, commission
nercimm, secrviary oi lire v.uiru uuuin ui
Flour, accordlnit to arade..
00Q7 50
.. ' 7Jc
., avt isc
.. in in
... . 3 Oil
. iwc
Corn, mixed, sacked
Corn, white, sacketl
'Oats, mixed
limn, per. ion
Meal, eteum dried
Ilutter; clio Ice Northern
llutter,choicu Southern 111
HKK, per dozen......... -
Cliickeus, pCrjtoien...M
'lurkcya. per dozen...". .'.
Apples, iholce, ier barrel
..- ooj a oo
.'! 92 00
Appiea, cynwon, per ihihu....
Fotatoea, iter barrel .
Onbua ur barrel
i so
I 75
1 (X)
In Chaacery KasUr's Sal.
State ol'llliDols, Alexander County a.
In tbe Alexander County Circuit Court,
William M. Athertou aud John Uodges vs. John
Holdvu aad MarArM WaJlace-l'artitlon.
PUDLIC notice Is hereby' fftveu thit In pur
buaacvofa decreei miitcrcil ha the above
eatMiedcauMi, In tia'(Vurt at tha-May term
thereof, A. l. IK5. 1, JohnQ. Hunuan ataster
la chancery ofsaia 'county; will on Thursday
east quarter of H-cllon twenty-seven .('' j'"''
hl.iUMii MM ..iiiti musa.'.nundier; two (-1
wait or the third 'Prlaeliwl aiwldlaa to.tli
RutrtrorAlexanderand-dtateof 111 ImG, , t."
ether with tho tenement and heiTlltment
wreunto beioimliiff or thereto OTrlalnlng-.
Term of Bale-Jne-half cmto In hand bal
ance In one and lw years. eqol ."imenjfi
!i.r. Ji ..-.v..,, ini.ii ,K.r liuiiiim thervon
TeiVrriKj V's nsfuts to lie sWurvd hy morlgnict
p. .fi PT.vf.'.'r.0 hv....,!.,. im.
j-u" v " joilSq IIAHMAN,
Slaitrr in Chancery
r t Mtildf n. ronipllnaiits snlirltorsi
'V"r t
laiwr J
tlie 'firu nay oi spiemuti', n. i. uiii
hourpf J o'clock,-p, im oCaUt.iUy, h-U aiPO"
lie vendue, at the court house door In the city or
Cairo, In nuld couuty. tne followluR i wrflxsl ,
Mu,uii. m.irl, Tho siiin hslrerthn nor(i t
VAftlETV f tW m
i rrfiiMT
I raj,
Tho Peoples' mey.
.Tho Univorealain!aoiotf,
Note: Aak or.-FoA' Extract.
Take bo other, I . "i
"ll-tir: for f will atKjiik of excellent tlihigk
fuJarlcatoUsn orllnnis,
i rIU, Jtnilsc
t ' flnh
sMrai-M,.ejnruins, .uoiua-
ns. uwioaaiions.
itirea; uMr; I rctu
IhI fir 1ni.li.Ml 0..,r.'Jj
' Sunburn. v
ir incised m
isieriiiiiK -iia:i, -i.t
I hlilltlniriiMllnfyl
'.I.Sfos BleeJ, an Bleat-
in? (Junn or Ti
Vnmlliiiir of
ll if nil ll itd. flatalaaary
istalu. SweUttT
lie ii iuh II tun: IkharuB i.
tlej,uvllinff orSH6eep .
niiusicsi or rJsHMiasav
UiinUiKo. Mnie.tkiAiT'
r . lnlUmea VoMlts.
'Illiptlierin. RnBsicJit.
Store or Inflamed" Eye's. or
t 'Ky6-ii(i ; .u
CutMrrli. Leiiccrfnt'f!
i Ulan ben, Dysentery,
I'll in fill or too PrQ
I Jfonthlies.
'.Milk Lrrt-. ovarian Dl4
easo awl Tlissuf '
Klilney CAiSulh!
DCMC n V 1 rvel and Straiifrury.
tlons of lufanU, ot
Vnrlroae WelMK, ' Ki'it
I lurreil nrDtMraed Vehri
Ulcer. OM Sot, Inter-
' tun uicvreuonsi
. 'Holla, CurbuneJ-jl..' ,fii
mmrniriT1 mors, Hot Hweillnfts.
NTERNAL . mill liunloiH, elm!
r I'd or ."ore Feet.
f irriTi ('hnHiiK,lliimeMnriM't-
USE. , I' die tiallt At, 7
'i-lim (ir Whitlow, tr'nut
rl cd UmtMV.r l'arts.
'Moaiinlto Httea. Ini
i ifthijt. Chapiol UnaAls.
l'ON llN EXTRACT is lor Side by all rint
Cliina llriiicKlatM.and rccuiiimc.io11jr
nil linifftflf.r.4. Iheiilnlaisiltmd;.isistrs -
boil)- who tin ever used It.
I'liuiplilet cuntaluhii; nintory and Uses rp:ile
n iree on uiipiicuiioii, u noi itraua ui i
lnirlst'. V
.New York aad Eatestea.
113-5-13-dly. -t."t, n .
Evansville, Cairo and MeVtipTiU
Steam Packet tldi;
'-FOIt-' f
Paducah, Shawneetsiwn, ' XtAhV
villo, JjOuiiTilie, CihoinHtr ,
and all way landiBi. .
Tim unrivalled sldcvf hetl atoeoter1"-
I) ll. FOWLKU....- , - .MlJf.
Kn. It. 'Iiiomas ..,,.,.."i.Aterk..
- J
W 111 leave hVausvlllle for Cairo every MONpA y
nndTHUU.'SDAV utt o'clock . 111. ,
ltvr Cairo every IUKSD.Vi unit fflin...
0 o'clock i m . tu
. .i
The tleKimt sliV-whvel steamer '
i 1 0m " -ARkANSAS
lloWAiin . .'statu r.
Waltkii 1.. I'knmsiitux , Clerk.
Will leave KvansvlUc for Cairo every .'Wi't-
lA Y und Fill. AY at O'clock l. m. -Will
lcavu Cairueveo- W ElElllAYllmS'..,
UKIMY at 8 o'clock p.-nfl
The clcirant side-wheel 4teaaiei &
JoilN linn' ... V, i Maati r
.Mat. Wilu.um .....-'-..... T.. Oak.
leaves Kvanavllle for Cairo every yYKDS'E.i-
l)A Y and .SATUItAUY atn p. m. .
Uuvai Cairo cv. nj-1 UUltSUA Y and 'SfAHBAT-.
, at tip in. , t t a
Each boat makes close conpcctlo ist Cairo
with tirit-clasrt elenmera for. Ht. Loiiliii'lleiii
phls and .New Orleans, und at . Evaaavllle with
the E. A C. It. U for all point North ad East,
ml wllli tlio Louisville Mail titeamer.for iill
iwlnts oil tho Upper Ohio, giving. tfiroRgut
ccliits on fixlshU-and passengers to all point
-ami passcagcr to all poll
IrllMltflrv '
For thriller luforiiiatioii apply to'.. ir4
'ossenircr Ageut.l'
11 AI.LIDAY 111.03
J. M. I'HII.I.11'8.
Or to
buiieriiitendunt und Gvneiul rrelchl Atfvut.l
P-a..U-ly. Evousvillv liultauu.
Grand Central
a. ' '
Ooraor Saflcllitli.
I Mi".- .
r . :tft.s '
- - f , .
' 1 "I.', vs
ATHUHTV -watcb kept "IsV (fifjar
train and tainboita. U f j&it .
4 .?,rK
xts "t Two UullarataraaT." 5-lS-IC
FOIt the mpmtjrw of SenlaH
. lotMaitaad anil all til
on by ImlUaeetlena or exewni Any
iu in. iiiKixuaBHa.. - .. I . r
a iiitria i
sTA A at Is 1 f A
aw tb r V r- taJ

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