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KbI1 of I'ylhlaa, meed tnrj rl
ctar nlKht at bkir-pul mtm, iaOdd
rclluWR' Ball Jho. II. Oommaw,
Chancellor Commander
. . lndendetit Order of ttM
! lows. nitKt im Ttiuiwlay aifbt
Xkitr.iiUliatMi. In !hlr hall oa
t'ofiirncrclal avenue, between sixth ind Hevtntb
gtrtei. i j, hhth, n. u.
CA1IIO ENCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., nieele
In Odd-Krllow' 1UII on Hit flnt and Iblrd
riicU) In every mouth, at ualf-pat .
.Ixo II. OaiKLT, C. V.
Jt 0AlllOl.OIQK. KO.W.A.r. A A.M.
Jf iiuldirtrulnr eommnnlentlonii liiMa
XJTiwnlc 1 1, ill. comer Commercial aenu
'NT and KlKhih atrret, ou tlio eecond and
imrth Moadav ofcaeb month.
Everybody to knot tbat Ihe place to get
A smooth that e,
A good kbampoo,
A faablonable hair-cut,
Or aayib In tbat line,
li at the Grand Cxtral Damueu
Si! r. corner Eighth and Commercial,
9fMf J. Oiobgb STklxaouai.
PIMIEIIEBatLaala Herbert's.
ISrPllMBcr Ber at George I.attner's
fialooa. on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Mxth meets.
Ta the Cltlseaa ef Cairo.
1 would Inform my many friend, tbat 1
am ttlll Is the miction bustneaa, and read)
to attend to all tale that may offer. My
long cxperlenw In this bulnc n Hi no
comment I lino experiment nu my part,
and parties entruetlng unod to my cxre
need no be alt aid an I am no "ulb'' or
novice In tb bulne.
Hp. cl I attention given to real ertate -nd
out-uonr ile, f h ve never tnlaieii mak
iok le. D Uahtmaw, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth Mreet and Commercial Av.
7- 31'tl
Wmb Mate.
Ready printed package of wash Hits
enough in each book to lat two yean.
for GO cents each at the Bulletin Office
for the next two days.
ItellciOMt-l'ILftKKr.K-fit I.011U Her
liert'a. A Jt. 1 laaudrr".
It l now conceded that Mrs. Coltunan,
the I undre. .. li Fourth street, be
tween Wahlnt n 4 C innnrrcltt avenue,
be one of the brt ccduetcd latludry t-tabllahun-nta
n the city, and landlord ot
hoteli and boarding boilre 111 And It to
their advantage to call upon her
Her prices are as follow : Hotel and
hoardlng-boii-o wa-hlng. 7f cents per
dozen. K01 piece work price aro
a oIlow: Single lilrt and col
or, 10c; pr dozen 8 c; sock rc; two col
lars, Ac; two handkerchief, 6c; vesta SOc;
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladle' dresses, 25 to 60c;
lilrt" 10 to 20c; drawer 10 to 15c; two
pair bote 6c; two collars & to 10c. r"or la
dlei' plain clothe (1 U) p,:r dozen; lor la
dle lino clothes, $1 2S pr dozen; done
dremptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage solicited 8-31-lm
Ten dozen hats Jint receive!. Job lot
for tale nt one-half their value
0-25-31 O. Hatthou.v A Co.
Anellnn or Rent Estate.
I will oiler for sale on Friday, October
1st, at two p. ni. lot C. in block I, on the
Ohio Levee, between Eighth and Tenth
streets, with Iioum- and all improvements
on same. The house Is now renting for
$35 per month. Tlio property will be
Mild to the highest bidder. Terms ol
fale will be made known mi day of sale.
This Is a good opportunity for any one
wishing to purchase n good buMncM
house and lot. J. B. Sella,
Dan Ilartman, Auctioneer.
Wood! Wood! rMl! Coal!
I am now at my old stand, and pre
pared lo deliver wood, full length, or
sawed and split, and Big Muddy, or Mt.
Carbon and DttQuoln coal, lo any part of
the city at lowest rates. Leave orders
at Commercial avenue, corner Tenth.
8- 2i-2w James Ross.
Tht Very Beat.
Smith and llriukmeyer, merchant
tailors, have Just received their Fall and
Winter slock of goods the very best In
the market, which will be sold at tho very
lowest prices. All who ileMro a neat III,
and a durable and beautiful suit of clothes
bliould call on them. 0-21-2W.
Uo to Italia Herbert's for VIVHK-
A Floe Mock.
Wm. Eblem desires to inform his pat
ron and the pu lie generally, that ha har
now on hand a larje stock ol Frmctt and
Uerman al,KipandM iocco, and 1 pre
par d to maduiacture, for store and office
wear, the find of Morocco or Coll Skin
SboeiorUi t;and lor furniTs, ilruymen
and out do r wear generAlly, his French
Kip aUndi above anything over otlered In
tnla market. Ills Lasts nio ut the latest
styles and be can guarantee a lit and istl--
faction to all hie patrons. u s-ti
jari'llsener Beer at George Lattner'e
Saloon, on Uouimsrcial avonuo, uetwoeu
Kllth nod Sixth streets.
For Mle.
A silver plated No.O Wlon Shuttle Sew
lngMschluii, Imid (piano) tlnWh, valued at
Will be s hint 620 ulscount, on trooil
terme, and ordered direct trom the factory.
KOU 8Ai K.
Colored and nvjuntod Maps of the city of
watro at f x do eacti (Ban pnee;.
A No. (I Wllitn HhntilA I3a,lin Manhlna
valued at t75 Will be sold at 815 discount
ana oruorcu mreoiirrm me isotory.
A f JO Remington gewleg Machine- $80
on lor uusn. ouiiaeia lor tailor or uoot and
moe msnuisciurer.
Picturesque Amerlct"-48 numbers
bound in a volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
price, vu.
. FOU 8 ALB.
Astvlo"B." "CloUKh. Warren ilVi'
Parlor organ, right from the lee tor y at De
troit. Llt price, W00. Will bo sold for
A new two-borse OaMbU wauon.
Kor any of the abort rtlolai. apply at
taVX.LrnT9iiee. , . mwnxBrw,
Ite U(titt.
C3"AU bills for advertising, are dut and pay
Transient edvcrtlalag will be Inserted at the
rste of II 00 per square for the first inaertlon
and M etnts for each iubequnt one. A liberal
discount will be mado onetandlng and display
Local notices, bnalucea or otherwise, will be
cbarged ten cents per line for the lint and lite
cent for each additional Insertion, (comitlna;
Ave lilies and upward) a discount will be rando
alter third Insertion.
Church, Society, Veitlval and Supper notices
will only he Inserted as adrertiiements.
for Ineertlnu Funeral notice 91 Notice of
mcetlnK of aocietli-s or secret orders tfl cent for
each iuserlluu.
No advertl-emcnt will We received at leaa than
V) cents.
lestl Weather Report.
Cairo, III., Oct. 1,175.
Time. I Baii. I Tua. I Wi.tn. I Vsl.
Tarn I irTtoo I N W.
I Wbatiizk
I W.
THOMAH JONKS, Bcrgt. 8. 8..U. H. A.
Ueueral Iteaae.
City Marshal Gosmiimi Isafllictcd by
the eplzoo'y,
Every day, great docks of cranes lly
over the city.
The Mississippi county, Missouri,
fair clofcd yesterday afternoon.
Large stock gents' furnishing goods
fit very low prices, nt C. llauny's.
Collecting day, yesterday. Wc paid
out about $15,000, more or les.
Two hundred wild pigeons, In boxes,
were tit thu express ofllee yesterday.
More base ball is on the tapis lor Sun
day afternoon. The game will take place
on ihe Thirty-fourth street grounds.
Large slock clothing to be sold out
without reserve, nt C. Mutiny's.
Don't forget the lunch this evening
at the Excelsior saloon, corner of Four
teenth and Washington.
A superb lunch will be spread this
evening at the Excelsior saloon, corner
of Fourteenth and Washington.
1 he Itev. Mr. George has arrived In
Cairo, and will prc.ieh hh flrt sermon in
the Presbyterian church to-morrow
Fred Kocliler bought the prize beef
Ol the Charle.toii fair, and will butcher
It for the benelit ot the good people of
J. O. Smith, chief engineer of Haiti-
day Brother' mill, is now ut Chicago
ujion business ol Ills employers. The
business is in reference to machinery.
Tlio Joncsboro Adtcrther, In Its
Auna Items, says : "Miss Kate Webb, of
tulro, who has made Anna bright with
her presence during Ihe summer, has re
turned to tier home."
A number of young ladles, friends of
Miss Mary McCarthy, gave a party at her
dome the Vicksburg house on Thurs
day evening, which was greatly enjoyed
by all who were present.
Deputy Jailor McCarthy Informs us
that the calaboose has but 0110 occupant
at present. The prisoner is a colored
woman, who will remain for several
Look at the nice Kent's suits for
$C 50, you can buy at Hellbron & Well's.
If the building of brick sidewalks
continues as rapidly as it has for the past
few weeks, Cairo will soon be rid of
planks to walk on, except where trestle
walks are required.
Thirteen Cairo people took passage
on the transier Junius . Uorjrati tor
Charleston yesterday morning, to wit
ness the big running race between a
number of last horse, which came off
yesterday afternoon.
For boys' clothing ot all descriptions
and lowest prices, go to Hellbron &
And now it Is proposed to organize a
military company in Cairo. Why not?
Other cities around us have their home
guards, and Cairo eau ns well nilVrd a
military organization .14 any of them.
Where Is Joe Davidson ?
On such a day as yesterday was, wc
have no doubt Bryant wrote about the
lneluuclionly days, the saddest of the
year, it was as melancholy as a man
who has had his pocket picked of the last
tilcklc, in n strange city.
Don't forget the present ot ten yards
calico you can get by buying $7 worth of
dry goods at Hellbron & Well's.
The rain on Thursday night did not
last very long, but partly laid thu dust
that lias been of so much discomfort to
the people for several weeks.
"Citizen" has something to say on
the levee question. He wishes work to
be done that will be a permanent protec
tion to Cairo work that will turn the
river into Its original channel. "Citizen"
has expressed our sentiments In this re
gard. Mrs. Granger's school of phono
graphy was not opened as published 011
account of the sickness of that lady, but
will be to-night, at 7:30 o'clock. The
place: Phonographic Institute, corner
Washington avenue and Fourteenth
W. Putteison, ISO Washington ave
nue, Houpt'c old stand, has opened, in
connection with other business, a meat
market, and proposes to keen on baud
constantly meats ot all kinds and tho
best In the market. Try hlin.
Ladlcb' wrappers and suits at very
low rates and newest styles can be found
at Hellbron & Well's, 142 and 1U Cora
tncrclal avenue.
Notwithstanding tlio dullness that
lias prevailed in every branch of business
during the past six months, Improve
ments uud repairs havo been going ou In
every part of the city, which very clearly
prove that our business men arc looking
forward to a good winter trade.
The Jonesboro Adverlittr 6ys the
Taylor Literary (Society of this city has
organized a mlustrel troupe, and are giv
ing entertainments for tho purpose of ac
cumulating money to purchase a library.
nnd suggests that tho boya go to Jones
boro. Tho AAecriittr man thinks they
would do well to visit that town.
Large stock ladles1 furnishing goods,
to bo sold.very cheap at C. Hanny'e.
Who wants a bargain In a ten-horse
power upright cuglne? or an upright
boiler, or both? It can be toond at the
Bclletiw office. Wc have too much
Col. Winston, who has been visiting
his sister In this city for tho past week,
expects to leave for home to-day,
Yesterday was the first of the month,
and the collectors were to be seen in every
part of the city with their lists full of
Elsenburg's string band has been en
gaged by the Ancient Order of Hibern
ians for their grand ball, which Is to come
off on thu 18th Inst.
The finest slock of children's cloak,
also caps and bonnet, at lower prices
than ever, can be found at Hellbron A
W til's, 142 and 111 Commercial avenue.
Oyster soup, meats and vegetables
at the Excelsior saloon lunch this even-,
lug, corner of Fourteenth nnd Wash
ington. J. C. Hnels, proprietor of tho Cairo
City Bindery, left last night for St. Louis,
where he will rusticate for a few days
and take in the great fair, which com
mences Monday.
A new brick sidewalk Is to be laid In
front ot Mr. F. M. Stockfleth's residence,
on Ninth street. The material for thu
walk is in front of the house, and work
on the same will begin Monday morning.
Large stock ot domestic print, mus
lins, nnd tickings, nt low prices, at C.
dipt. Wilson will read character in
Liberal Religious hall to-morrow night
He Is a remarkable man 111 his way. As
u talker few can beat him, and ns a
"guesser" of events he excels any fortune-teller
wc ever met.
Col. Eads, mayor of Charleston.
Missouri, W.19, In the city yesterday, in
the Interest of Robert Smith, the man
who, charged with having murdered n
baby, came so near being sentenced to be
hung at the last term of the Mississippi
county circuit court.
Large stock ot drc?s goods, merinos,
alpacas, poplins, cahtnere., very cheap,
at C. Hauuy's.
Wc are indebted to Capt. Clark, of
Missouri, for a lot of his line potatoes.
They cannot bo beaten. Any person
who wl-hes to test the truth of this as
sertion can do so upon application to W.
Patterson, 150 Washington avenue,
Houpt's old stand.
Dan Hartmaii, who Is about to estab
lish a wholesale and retail queensware
establishment on Sixth street, between
Washington and Commercial avenues,
will leave to-morrow for New York city,
for the purpose of purchasing a stock of
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. llanny's.
The llrst lecture, under the auspices
of the Woman's Club and Library Asso
ciation, will be delivered by S.P. Wheeler,
on Tuesday evening. Tho lectures prom
ise to bo very Interesting to the public
and beneficial in a financial point of view
to the Woman's Club.
Elders, the Twentieth street boot and
shoe manufacturer, is happy almost as
happy as when his last boy baby made
his appearance. He took his colt,
"Harry Hill," to the Charleston,Mlssourl,
fair, and out-dld all other competitors.
Young Harry Hill was awarded three
premiums, and Elders had them all
streaming from the colt's head on his re
turn home Thursday night.
Large stock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
On Wednesday afternoon, just before
the Taylor Literary Club left for Charles
ton, Mr. Stratton, ol the tlrm of Station
& Bird, wholesale and retail grocer, sent
to the members of the club, with his com
pliments, a box of tine iinvuiia cigars.
Tlio boy Jiii credit to themselves as
smoker, tor the 1 utiiv box was made
away with loniT btfore the, train reached
The Excelsior wiloon, corner Wash
ington avenue and Fourteenth street,
will re-open on Saturday evening, Octo
ber 2, with a grand lunch, consisting of
oyster soup.meats and vegetables, served
up In the most palatable manner. Blutz
beer, fresh and cool, will be on tap. A
cordial Invitation Is extended to all to
come and partake of the good things.
10-l-2t. Anthony Kraus.
Largo slock of woolen goods, flan
nels, llnseys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, at C. llanny's.
Mr. John T. Renuio, of the Vulcan
Iron Works, has In his blacksmith shop
a steam hammer, that he is extremely
fond of. He pats It on the back, as If It
were a favorite tnastlA, and looks nt it in
great admiration. We don't blame him.
If we had it we would take to it as Ren
niu does, for It Is a "big thing" In its way.
It will hammer more hot Iron In a minute
than three or four dozen ot sledge ham
mer's could In well, mi hour or two.
It Is said that tho Thallan Club,
which afforded our lovers of dancing
much pleasure by their enjoyable par
ties lost Winter, are again taking hold,
at.d propose giving a grand bull nt the St.
Charles soon. Tho season for parties has
come, nnd thu youuger portion of tho
community are so anxious for an
opportunity to "shako their foot," that 11
graud succe3s awuits those who will give
u party,
From a reliable source, we lea'rn that
DcGruth, tho man who got away from
Sheriff Irvlu near Allcntown, Pennsyl
vania, a few days ago, wlulo being
brought to this city to bo tried for ob
taining a divorce from his wife In tlio
Alexander county court somo threo years
ago, under false oath, Is up to such little
games. We nro told that on another oc
casion, when he was under arrest nnd
nboard the cars, ho jumped from tho train
when it was running at tho rate of thirty
five miles an hour, nnd escaped without
any injury whatever. We are told also
that DoGrath practiced tho (eat of Jump-
tug from a hoi-M's back when the animal
was at full speed, and that ho became so
well up to tho trick that he could per
form it without the least danger.
To bo a polo" one of the little tol
tows who jingle and nothing else Is bad
enough 5 but when such a "polo" has a
bad printer coupled with him, and a bad
proof reader tied to him also, what a
dreadful mess is made of the weak
rhymes! The "Little Rhymes," pub
llshcd !u tho Bulletin yesterday, were
spoiled in this way ; and, being the little
poet ourself who wrote tho little thing,
we are a little angry about the matter,
und have disposed, in our wrath, of the
little hair of our head. Thero Is little
left ot the printer who made the blunder,
and an eager Frost has nipped the root
of tho wretched proof reader.
Capt. E. V. Wilson will lecturo ngaln
to-night. He Is n very able de
fender of Spiritualism nnd nu eloquent
speaker, ills arguments are, In our
opinion, not very strong with men who
don't believe in thu Inspiration of the
Scriptures, but arc hard nuts when
Christians undertake to crack them. On
the other hand, his arguments to prove
that the Scriptures prove Spiritualism,
prove either that Spiritualism has been thu
strongest ally that Christianity has ever
had that, In fact, Spiritualism proves
Christianity, or else, that Spiritualism
Is thu greatest liar that ever Imposed
upon humanity. We cannot understand
how Capt. Wilson can escape from this
dilemma; but he may be enabled to du
eo, for although a large man, weighing
probably 240, he can get out of the small
est hole ever mortal crawled through.
We understood the correspondent ol
the Sun, who writes under the signature
of "Engineer," to insist that u public
meeting should without delay proceed to
make arrangements to build u new levee.
In his first communication he suggested
the meeting for the purpose Indicated ;
nnd when, ugreelug with him that some
thing must be done, we said : If a meet
ing is to be held, should we not delay it
uutll Col. Taylor returns? the Sun,
speaking for Engineer" us we believed,
Insisted upon 110 delay- -wanted the inecf-
Ing "right oil," Taylor or no Taylor.
But, it appears from "Engineer's" com
munication of yesterday evening, that he
is not nn unreasonable, fussy fellow like
the.SVN man. He is willing to make
ha;lu slowly, as we must in this mat
ter. Speaking lor oursell, we
have no hesitation in saying, that we do
not want the expense of protecting Cairo
put upon the shoulders of the city, if we
can get it upon the shoulders of thcTrus
tecs, railroad company or general govern
ment. Cairo cannot stand up under, any
heavier burdens than she now carries, and
wc shall expect that the Trustees will
either compel the C. & St. L. R. It.
Co. to repair the levee or do the work
themselves. But, In fact, as "Citizen"
says elsewhere to-day in these columns,
thu reparation of the levee will not be a
permanent protection. What Is required
is work that will throw the river into
its former channel, and this work the
government ought to do without un
necessary delay.
Ncance T-Xla;ht.
E. V. Wilson will hold a seance In Lib
eral Religious hall this evening nt 8
o'clock, for rcadinir character. Admis
sion 25 cents. Come und hear him.
Kxcuralou Ticket
Illinois Centhal R. R. Co.,
t. ,1, 1875. J
Caiiio, III., Oct
To persons wishing to attend the St,
Louis fair from Oct. 4th to 0th, 1875, we
will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis
and return at $7 20. Sale of tickets will
commence Oct. 2nd and discontinue Oct,
0th. Tickets good to return until Oct,
13th Inclusive. James Johnson,
10-2-2t General Agent.
eiiteniber Term, 175. Hon,
llnkvr, I'reNlriliiir.
D. J
T wcnt -Third Dny.
Yesterday morning the judge deci
ded thu cao ul'tliu People vs.Satlonl and
Morrill. He held that they had been
guilty ot acts wlileh were In contempt of
the court over which ho presided, and
that they were within tho reach of said
court. He lined them lllty dollars und
costs each. It is very probable that Mr.
Sufford and Mr. Morrill will take au ap
peal to the Supreme Court of the State.
In the case of J. M. Phillips vs. A. K
Northrup, a cross-bill hud been Hied by
Mr. Northrup, which the plaintiff did not
think sufficient to stand tho shock of a de
murrer, so a demurrer was tiled to tho
complaints of Mr. Northrttp's cross-bill,
and after argument the court took time
to consider betore It gave its decision upon
the questions raised by the demurrer.
There was 110 business in tho after
noon, as all the courtcould attend to was
concluded lu the morning.
MeFarlln was sentenced to one year
in the penitentiary by the court, hi ac
cordance with thu tludlng ot the jury
Thursday morning.
"Portrait Ulncee."
This Is a now style of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
ol this city. These pictures aro creating
much interest In all tlio principal Eastern
and Western cities, being altogether new.
They nro tinllko photographs, being
raised nnd beautifully enameled over thu
entire surface, soft in tone, but distinct In
tho lights and shade. No one who sees
them falls tn admire them, or to give thu
artist nn order. We have been shown u
number of pictures of well-known ladies
and gentlemeu of tho city, and have no
hesitation in pronouncing thent perfectly
splendid. We would therefore advise nil
who take interest in such matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter nt
his gallery nnd examine hi work in this
now branch of tho shadow-capturing urt.
ClaelaNfttl Kapoallloa.
We havo nt tho BuLLKTisofrleo for sale
at u discount, terip of the Madison House,
Cincinnati, (Main, between Front and
Second) payable hi hotel accommoda
tions at the rate of $i 25 per day, Scrip
is in orders ol $1 00 each, Apply to
R. A. Bprnktt.
muni ynmm.
"Cltlaen" jaetkee Pew Nitrockllna)
la Reply ta rkeee r the Han'a En
ineer." It I'aBn fMiaaetblita; that
Will Hi
Editor Bulletin Dt r Sir 1 Tho
momentous question at present Is the
precarious condition of our levees on tho
Mississippi river, In the upper part of the
city. Various plans are being discussed,
and there the question seems to rest.
In the Sun of the 29th, "Engineer"
comes to the front with his plan of build
ing a new levee. It may doubtless be a
good one, but would It not be only tem
porary relief? The river will continue
to cut until the channel is changed, and
would we not have to continue building
new levees? Why not, instead of at
tempting to inuke what appears to me to
be only n temporary relief, endeavor
to have the channel of thu river
changed to Its original position? If tho
cost to do this should be greater than to
build new levees, would not thu In
creased security more than compensate V
Why do not our Influential men, now
that thu government has taken a hand In
the business, use their energies to lnllu
encetne government to do this work
change the channel and not en
deavor to Impose new burdens
ou nu already -overtaxed peo
ple, by building new levees, which
the people, it appears, would havu tn pay
lor? People bought property here with
the expectation that all danger of being
drowned out would be carefully guarded
No proper precautious to prevent such
u catastrophy seem to have been taken.
Too much money has been wasted In
Cairo In useless improvements, nnd I
think it about time to come down from
our stilts, uud, ll anything be done, make
It stay, If possible. In my opinion, the
only safe and substantial manner to pro
tect our levees is to change the river Into
Its original channel. Temporary relief
will not give a feeling of security, and so
long as such a feeling exists so long will
proicrty In Cairo bo at a discount, nnd
the prosperity of the city retarded.
Port Mat.
Jim Flsk. Paducab.
Sllverthorne, Eyansvillc.
Julia, Vicksburg.
II. C. Yacgcr, N. O.
City of Helena, St. Louis.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Towboat Lioness, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
Julia, St. Louis.
Lily, Pittsburg.
Sllverthorne, Evniiivillo.
City of Helena, Vicksburg.
n. C. Yacger, St. Louis.
The river last evening was 14 feet
3-5 inches on the gauge, having fallen
3-5 Inches during the previous 24 hours.
Tho weather was cloudy and cold
yesterday morning with some rain night
before last.
Business fair.
The Sllverthorne brought u fair trip
out of thu Ohio.
The Grand Lake No. 2 was expected
to cleat for New Orleans during last
The City ol Helena made light au
ditions here, but had a good trip for the
The Arlington Is reported very hard
aground nt Cumberland island, and the
probability is she will remain there until
the river rises.
Diver Hiram Hill suggests that a
bulk head be built across the break In the
bend back of the city, niter which the wa
ter Inside could bo pumped out and the
country would thenbc safe.
The report kindly furnished by Wharf
Master Al Hurd shows the following ar
rivals lor last month : Steamboats, 142 ;
towboats, 45; registered barges, 48;
total, 235 ; tonnage, custom house meas
uremcnt, 81,(50.
Wah UcrAKTMx.vr
Itivar KaroMT, (
Vol. l.;te7S.
FT. W. ST. IX.
Cairo U T o"
I'ltt.burx 17x1
Ciliciunatt t, M 0
Louiaville 10 i!
Naahvlile 4 4-1)
St. Ixmla it o -. a
A scries of lectures, under the auspices
ot the Library Association, for the estab
lishment of a public library In Cairo, will
be held alternately at the Presbyterian,
Methodist and Christian churches. The
following ladles and gentleman have
kindly consented to lecture, commenc.ng:
Oct. 6-Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
Oct. 12-Mrs. W. It. Smith.
Oct. 10 Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert.
Oct. 20 Mrs. H. Wardncr.
Nov. 2-Prof. O. O. Alvord.
Nov. 0-(To be lllled.)
Nov. 10 Dr. II. Wardncr.
Nov. 23 Miss Kate Thompson.
Xov.'iO-Dr. W. It. Smith.
Dec. 6 (To bo filled.)
Dec. 13 Hon. Wm. H. Green.
Dec. 10 Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
0-20-Ot C. C. E. Goss, Sec'y-
Uneu end lor Hale.
Sevcnty-tlvo cases of boots and shoes.
Doots $3 75 to S5 00; shoes $1 00 to
S3 75, at tho Now York Store at whole
sale and rotalU 0-23-lOt.
jST'I'llaener Beer at Goorge Lnttuer's
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. 0-8-tf
Wo now otter tho mostcomplcto llimot
shoes of every descriptfoo. that has ever
been offered to the Cairo public.
O. Havthorn A Co.
Teu tuba choice Northern butter at
New York Btore, for city trade.
Real Estate Colui
Several good Farms and 9,000 acres of
unimproved i.andi iu Alexander lounty.
"Wloter's Block" and "Winter's R'.w.'
A Urge number ol desirable Residences,
and excellent vacant Lots, suitable for
bU'tne hoti-e and' residences.
Hnuie on Nineteenth street, for f j0, with
privilege of Icato
Winter's block Suitable for Hotel, Offi
ces or Business room. cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 8 and U, In
Winter's How, 3 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10, (utrner) 812 597 rooms.
Tbat deslruble double Cottige on corner
ot Thirteenth and Washington.
Flno two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh streets,
tultablo for Dwelling and Uustncas.
Two houoj on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Bualness Houses and
Dw, lllngK.
Two ftnill Houses west of Twenty-second
street, near Pine, $4 each per inontb.
Dwelling bullae ou Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 room, for 12 per month.
Business house on Levee, near F.lgbth
street, lor J0 per month.
A number of Lots ou Levee, aboro
Twelfth street, outside lire limit. Abo
a larrfe number of other LoL in different
Land, in tract to suit, near Cuiro.
HSr Dr. Sherman, Ihu great Special
ist, 509 North Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
lu which he treats all chronic dlfeases.
See advertisement for his great Syphilitic
Eradicalor, indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. 0-18-lyr.
We have secured another lot of those
cheap hats. O. Havthorn A Co.
J. Mrlilenlnicrr, Photographer,
011 Eighth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenue, is now pre
pared to make those beautiful new pic
ture, lln-
und ri'Mi. ciliilly invites the citizens of
Cairo und tin- public In general to rxam-
ine nnd ;w-ice his work. They will ltnd
the-e pictures equal to the best ot Eastern
work, mid, what is still better, a great
deal cheaper than what they are made
for nny where In the United States. They
are within the reach ot all. Call, look at
and price them before you go nny where
else. It will pay you to do so. 0-10-tf.
Cistern Cleaned,
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing out nnd repairing can have it done
promptly and nt prices to suit tho times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I have a man nnd pump employed all the
time for the purpose. 9-10-tf.
LoaU Herbert haa PILMKNEK.
JVatlee or Kemoval.
C. Koch has removed his boot and
hoc shop from tho old stand to his
new brick building (ouo block below),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
Filth uud Sixth streets, where he will
keep tho best home made and St. Louis
custom made boots and shoes, made of
the best material ; good workmanship
and in thu latest styles. All orders
i promptly attended to. i)-23-tf.
Ta the Trade.
Choice line of coffee and sugar at
wholesale nnd retail at New York Store.
ti9Save 20 per cent, by buying your
shoes of O. Havthorn A Co.
3l'lle'ucr I'eer at Ueorge Lattner'e
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
MiyX Rag stock envelopes at the Bul
letin office, $3 25 per M.
Ou account of holiday our ttoro will
bo closed until Friday morning.
A.Halley has removed to his new
store room, 114 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine houxc, where he will be
pleased to sec all ills old customers and
as many new ones. 0-30-tt.
I.oat Pocltet.Book.
Yesterday, eontaluing two twenty dol
lar bills, a five, some small bills, nnd n
note of $325, drawn at Lancaster, Mo.
$10 reward will be paid for tho return of
the pocket-book, or if the note is returned
through the post-office no questions will
be asked. Address J. P. Scully, at the
Mockler House, or Uullktin office.
Don't Forget I
If you want tinware, stoves ctc.that A.
Ualley hits changed his placo of business
and can now be found nt 114 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Ar.ib engine
house, where he will, be pleased to see
jou and give you bargains ns of old.
0 30-tr
A Hare Cliaae).
The Western Tonnusseo Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, of Jackson,
Tennessee, will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition ou the 26th to30th of October,
liielitalvi', 1875, at which time thero will
be dully hales of stock, agricultural im
plements etc., making it one of the most
Important meetings ever hold In the State.
Uriug your etock aud implements.
Jno. Y. Kmu, Presidvut.
Titos. Clakk, Secretary.
Obttaolet to Marriage.
II ipy roUof for young men from the el
fo a of Krror and Ahuc la early life,
Manhood roatored. Impedlmeats to Mar
rlago removed Now method of treat
m. nt. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, la Mated e
velapos. Addres Howard Association.
410 N. lata at., Phlladolhla, Pa.-an Initl
tutiou having u Wgareputalon for aao
tile eonductaiirl professional tkll).
! aaad ft.
Just received by 0. HaythOrtatCO.,
300 cases boot , and shoes for sale whofe-
llincw style, Just received,
011avtiiohn A Co.
arotlee-Keet. It ererethepco,te.
Dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes,
queensware, hats nnd caps, Jeans, wood
nnd willow ware, etc., etc;, sold cheap
nt the Now York Store. Largest assort
cd stock In the city ot wholesale nnd
PLLSENER nt Louis Herbert'.
I"XX Amber and White rug stock
envelopes at the Bulletin olllce, printed,
; 60 and SI 00 per M.
50,000 envelopes, nil grades and prices,
Just received at the Bulletin fob offlcc.
PIctarcMiae Anaeriea.
At thu Bulletin blndcry-48 numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; cost 9-14 ; for sale ut $10.
For Hale Cheap,
A new Howe nnd Singer sewing ma
chine. Enquire nt the Bulletin office.
E. A. Burnett.
Letter Heads.
Ten pound letter heads, large Bize, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper used In Cairo for print
ing letter hcuds ordlimry composition
only $4 50 per thousand at the Bulletin
fob olllce.
Corrected Dully by . SI. Stearns, commiaaion
(iHTciMiu, secrcuiry 01 uie unro lionni 01
Flour, according- to gnulr $5 C0q 10
Cum, nitxed, sacked....- ... T.'o
Com, white, encked ... Me
Oata, mlxwl rsifttse-
llruii, wr ton eiU lu
Mml, ulinlll dried 3 00
nutter, choice .Northern 2.1a
llutter,chnlce !Mmhrrn 111 93c
KfOra, iitrdoitn . vtc
Chlckni, per dozen ....SI KV?S CO
Turkeys, jardoztn .
Aiilrn, chulec, kt barrel 2 OC
Ailii, cominon, tier band l JO
Potatoes, per barrel - 1 76
Unlona ur barrel - 1 00
mew ADVExxisnuurn.
P-0BOEti5.i: hsliUti.
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& Fourteenth St
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entertainer of tho public mind, for Its vaat
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The chaiacler which this Magazine poa
aeasca for variety, entorprthe.artlbtto wealth,
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If it has not led the times, should cauae it
conductor to regard It with lustUlable com
placency. It alo entitles them to a great
claim upon tho public gratitude. Tho
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