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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1872.
Oio. Wkmkkv U stuffing the gront alii
gator garr 11th for Harry Walker.
For feather for pillows, both, etc., go
to II. Levi, No. 03 OhloleTM.
Ladies, aik to iee Mm. Swandor's now
crinoline ikirt and buttle combined.
Tb sun ywtarday wu really, almost
uncomfortable hot "Won't cold woathor
never come 7
JrjsT received and for talo by D. llurd
A Son. fifty half barreli of cranberrici,
and fifty tub of chotco butter. 10-4-Gt.
John II. Odmlt it In Jackson county.
Be addrewed a political meeting In Mur-
phyiboro last nlgbt.
Gait. Jack Oram mar, president of tbo
Evantvllle Packet Company, has been
very ill at Cincinnati, but it recovering
Fkekii oyiteri received daily and for
ale bv the whole or half can at Fhi
Mothers, cxamtno Mrs. Swandor'i un
der wear for infants. You will bo (do
Tux tobacco and corn crop in tbo coun
try back of Paducab, Ky., promises to
yield better than farmers had reason to an
Mas. Mary V Flowney, relict of the
late Col. John if. Fleming, died at her
' residence in Paducab day beforo yester
day. She was about 05 years of age.
Mr. James Morris of Ullin, is in the
city on a visit, having just returned from
a long visit East. Mr. Morris has been
very unwell, but is regaining his health.
Pilot George Clark received tbo
painful intelligence yesterday of the death
of bis mother, at Ironton, Ohio. Ho
started for home on tho afternoon train.
"WATiR-proof St. Louis Lager beer at
the Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
Mm. McOik. on Blchth street, has just
brought on a large and elegant stock of
fall and winter millinery, and desires to
call special attention to her handsome col
lection of hats, bonnots and flowers. Tbo
lattor aro among tho flnost ovor oponod In
the city, and aro marked at very low
prices. Mrs. McOoo lias also a boautlful
assortment ot ribbons, laces and trimming
of all kinds, collars, undorsloovos, notions,
etc., etc., all of the ncwost fashions and all
to bo sold lor a moro triflo abovo cost.
The regular Friday evening prayer
meeting of the Young Men's Chrlstion
Association of Cairo will be resumed this
evening. The association extend a cordial
invitation to tho public to attend.
Mi. John James, formerly clerk of the
transit steamer Gen. Anderson, lias been
appointed agent of tbo Mobile ond Ohio
railroad, and his office will be located on
the levee, somewhere between Fourth and
If you wish to tnauige In a delicious
cigar, patronita P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
For Rest, a two story Business house,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house
Apply to J OHM Hkoarty, No. 89, Ohio
Lin Faxon stills calls for a baby show
at tne raducab fair, and tbo managers
still refuse to listen to him. For mercy'
lake gratify tbo boy and let bim exbiblt
bis young ono. It'll do him good, and
cure him from courting competition in tbo
Tiik Odd Fellows' annual colobration
last night was an excoodingly pleasant
gatboring. Tbo members of tho order
wero out In full force, accompanied by
tholr wives and femalo relations gonorally
Tho ceremony of conferring tho degrco of
the ordorof'Rebecka" watpcrformod, at
tor which tho hall was oponcd to tho
guests and tho pleasjres of tho evening
began. Tho suppor was prepared by Mr
Jack Wintors and requires no pralso of
Its oxcellonco from us. Full justice was
done it by tho company prosont. At its
conclusion dancing was commenced ana
wu kept up till a late hour.
Col. Sharp addressed tho Grooloy and
Brown club In a speoch of about ton mln
utcs and excused himsolf for his brovity,
stating that tho committco had not not!
fled him oarly enough of tho desire of tho
club to allow him time for tho prcpara
tlon of a loncor speech. Ills remarks
woro oxcollent and elicited much applauso,
A'ficr tho address, on motion of " . W,
Thornton tho executlvo committco was
ordered to request Mr. J no. II. Oberly to
address the club next "Wednesday night.
After adjournment several jolnod tbo club,
and tho secretary, Mr. Comings, stated
that any citizen wishing to enroll bis
name at any timo can have tbo opportu
nity by calling at his office at F. M.
Stockfleith's, Ohio levee.
The towboat Atlantic, was detained
yesterday in port repairing hor patent
circulafor which had collapsed. Smith,
Torrenco fe Co., did tho work. Tho cir
culator is composed of two drums beneath
tho boilers, and conncctod together with
the boilers in such a way that they
cause a circulation of their contents of
such velocity as to prevent tho accumula
tion of the sediment which forms scales,
and consequently explosions. The inven
tion is yet an experiment, and the thick
ness of iron necessary to sunstain tho
pressuro wbicn ,tno arums bavo to Dear
has not yet been found. The accident to
those on the Atlantic was caused by the
motal being too thin. No injury was sus
tained except to tbo circulators.
"Wu. Eiilers, tbo popular shoe maker
Twentieth street, nearly opposlta the court
bouse, has just recelvod tho largest, best
and in every respect the most carefully se
lected stock of all grades of leathers ever
before brought into this market, and is
prepared to furnish to his old customers,
and new customers, and tho public goner
ally men, womon, boys and girls all
kinds of tho best-mado boots and shoes,
plain and fine, manufactured in tho West,
II o has justly earned tbo reputation of bo
ing the best shoo maker in Cairo, and de-
servos extensive patronago from all who
take pride in our moritorious home Indus
proved at all points on the route, that we
expect to soo it patronized almost exclusively.
At Memphis It is bandied in a packago
elevator by which drayago, dirt, cotton
hooks and oxposuro to weather aro all
avoided. I'lacod on steamers, dry
and clean, It comes to Cairo, and is drawn
from tho stoamor to tbo dopot on steam
trucks still clean, dry, and In tho samo
condition as whon sblppod, and whon
placed in tight cars is not movod sgaln
until unloaded at its destination. Tho
facilities being now amplo for handling
all cotton that may bo sont ovor this routo,
wo bono to seo no moro oastorn consign
ments passing in out of tho way directions
as heretofore. It is to tho interest of cot
ton shlppors south to note tbo facts men
tioned above. Tho tlmo snvod In transit,
and tho preservation of tholr cotton from
danger is a saving of monoy to thorn, in
amounts larecr than would at first bo
Day beforo yoiterday Capt. Wolrick
agent of tho M. V. T. Co., in this city,
Capt. Townsend of tho Crosont City, Capt
Funk. Cant Cable. Pilot Jacob Cox and
"W. It. McCullougli mando a visit to Ba
con Rock and vlcintiy, and placod a largo
buoy upon tho rock which can bo seen at
all hours whllo thoro Is light onoiigh for
a stoamboat to run. From theso gentle,
mon, several of whom aro old-time steam
boat men, wo gained much information
concerning tho chain of rocks that crosses
the Ohio and Mississippi rivors
and of which Bacon ltock is only
oho link, as it were. Capt. Townscod
then a young man, was tho first to notice
tho appcaranco oi Bacon rock, clear to tho
Missouri shore, and won a suit of clothes
from an older pilot who bet that tbo
break " was a pilo of logs, and not rock.
n tho year 1840, tho steamer "White Rose,
Capt. Fields, struck an obstruction and
unk, near tbo Kentucky shoro, opposite,
and only a llttlo below tho old loveo point
bolow the St. Charles Hotel. Tho obstruc
tlon was attorwards ascertained to bo n
rock, and took tho namo of tho "White
Rose, from tho steamer whoso destruction
it bad causod. it is now
buried in the soil 200 yards away from
tbo highest water lino, with hugo forest
trees growing over it. The next chango
in tbo river brought into tho channel an
other rock, on which tho Grand Tower
surk and gavo a namo. This was between
1841 and 1850. In 1852 Bacon Rock
mado its appearance, and in 1853 tho H
Bacon, Gcorgo Vanhoughton, pilot,
Mr. Geo. Stiinuousk, barbor and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avenue,desires to call tbo attention
of the bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he is mas
ter of bis profession in all its branches.
He has bearded many a lion in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
Mtu J so. HarELE, proprietor of the
Central Meat Market located on "Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth street
Keeps the very best of meat always oc
hand, and will deliver It in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at asy
time to any part of the city free of cb
David Berry, one of Ehler's wo;ks-.s,
an old-time cord-wainer of Cairo, lt7ji
to-day ostensibly to attend the fair a: Sc.
Louis, but it is shrewdly luip-MMd for th4
purpose of bringing back with him a St.
Louis girl, who is to be changed icto a
Berry of the sweetest kind, a berry -which
David will no doubt take without cream
Mr. Frank Haefela has opened a meat
market on "Washington avenue next door
to Tanner's grocery store, botween Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which be invites
the attention of the public. Tho best of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of tho city.
Market open morning and evening every
Blawkenburo aukadI "Winosand Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office
Finest of Llcmors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every day. The great Liberal and
Democratlc,Greely& Brown drlnke "Weib
Bibb, is made a specialty, and Fredprldos
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest in the ctly. Lemonades the cold
st, mixed drinks and music the finest
Go there. C-27tf
Mb. R.F.KiiTKNHURa has just finished
the census of schoool district No. 1, town
ship 17, south rango 1, west, being tho
Cairo school district, and finds
3,277 children under 21 years of
age. 2,279, being whito and
908 black children. Tho numbers undor
different ages from 1 to 20 years are as
Under one year old 1
One year old 222
Two years old 210
Three years old 234
Four years old - 249
Five years old 288
Six years old 238
Seven years old 172
Eight years old 202
Nine years old 139
Ten vears old-..'. 1 74
Eleven vrars old 122
Twelve years old 181
Thirteen yean old 136
FosrUen yea-M oIi...
FiftMS 74.- oM..
Sixteen ywi oM.- ,
-Mn:sn ytn aid... ...
EiaMim ymri aid
JfuMunn j.mn dill ,
T vmly j'in old
to report from tho Ohio above horo. It is
still falling steadily, and tho channel Is bo
coming bad again.
Cumberland and Tonnossco rivors aro
still very low.
Thoro la only 0 foot In tho Mississippi
bolow hero, and still on tho decllnn. No
chango in tho Mississippi abovo horo.
There is still CJ feet largo In tho channol.
Tho City of VIcksburg arrived just nt
dark "Wednesday closely followed by tbo
Bollo of Pike, both congratulating them-
solves that thoy bad succooded in reaching
tbo port beforo night sot in, otliorwlso
thoy would havo had to laid up. Thoy
each recoived considerable freight and left
with fair trips.
Tho Capitol City had a light trip. Sho
was detained several hours by fog.
Tho tow boat John Means brought out
tbrco barges of ore and will wait for moro
wator in tho Ohio river, whon sho
will hunch her tows and lcayo for Louis
Tho Cowon roturncd to St. Louis with a
small tow of coal.
Tho Atlantic was detained horo
sovoral hours ropairing hor steam
drum. She departed last night with a
ftiol low. Tho City of Alton mndo a trip
to Now Orleans and back to this port
with a bargo in tow in 12$ days, which is
very good tlmo considering tho condition
of the river. She run acround during
fog and lost a fow hours. Tho Tyrone
brought in a modorato trip from tho Cape,
Iho John Lumsden brought out tho tjtu
piros trip, tho latter having laid up at
tvansvillo. Com. "Wm. J. Kountz has
been nominated for congress
by tho Liborals and Demucrats
In tho twenty-third district of Pennsyl
vunla. Tho crow of tho Ada lloilman let
a cask of meat into tho river oil' tbo I. C
it. R., wharfhoat yesterday. Tho Fisk
brought in a light trip yesterday. Char
lio Goddin was up from Belmont yester
day. Ho reports bnsincss picking up in
that place. Lee Sargent did not loavo for
Evansville, but hasaccopted a position on
tho Cairo city wharfboat. Tho Ad
Bellman 'cleared for Memphis yestorday
afternoon with all tho freight sho could
STOP AND EE AD!
place wheru you can buy at much for
OUST IE DOLLAR
hm you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
was lost, eitber on it or a "rack
heap" betweon Bacon and Grand
Tower rocks. About 5 years ago another
aost of rocks mado their appearance from
tbo Kentucky shore, which for a long
time were thought to bo tbo hull of an
old gun or stave boat, and tho break of
another rock or nest of them is showing
near Capt. Falls' residence whore the
river is making the most rapid encrease-
mont. Tbo nve rocks aro all nearly on
a lino with each other, and are of the
samo composition as Bacon rock, that is,
gravel and sand cemented together. Tho
Mississippi is now cutting away Cairo
point so rapidly that Bacon rock will bo
in tho Mississippi river again very soon
and should it koep on cutting for ono year
the channol would bo flowing past tho
levoo point, whero it was fifteen years ago.
Bacon rock is becoming moro dangorous
to steamers coming out of tbo Mississippi
rivor than to any others, bocauso thoy aro
compolled to como out closo to tho point
and tho spaco Is so narrow betweon tho
point and tho rock that it requires groat
care to mako tho turn beforo striking it.
Thero is about four feet water on tho rock
City national Dank Butlrtlnir.
especial attention paid to orders from sterjn
boats night or day
One Team Mules, also ono Team
horses, Cheap for Cash only.
10-1-dlw. Huse, Looms, & Co.
Office Cairo City Ferky Co.
Noticois hureby givon that a meotin
of tho stockholders of this company w
bo bold at tho company's offlco, corner
6th and Levee street, in this city, on Tues
day, October 8th, 1872.
S. Staat.- Taylor, President.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 1872.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
ATTENTION, BISMARCK BUND I
Thoro will bo a regular moeting of tbo
47th section of the Bismarck Bund to
night at half-past 8 o'clock, at Philhar
monic hall. Evory membor of the Bund
is requested to attend, for business of im
portance will bo transacted. All thoso
who wish to becomo members, aro cordi
ally invited. H Meters, President.
John "W.Pruess, Secretary.
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY !
Our Homo Advertisers.
Tho undorslgncd would repoct fully In
form tho public that thoy havo fitted their
now storo houso on Eighth street with tbo
finest and best assorted stock of
gonoral morchnndlso ovor beforo brought
this market, and in order
to sccuro a largo portion of tho patronago
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER EST A It.
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock W entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trado of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
BOOTS 5c SHOES,
HATS & OA.FS.
And all other articles to be found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establishment.
"Wo call especial ettentlon to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is compieto in
all itsdctails. Our stock of
is the largest in tho city, and we aro en
abled to offer special inducements to purchasers.
In Gentlemcns' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully preparod to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of evory ono to buy
whero goods are cboapest and best
wo cordially invite tho public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho enst
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
Cor. Washington A v. and KlKlitts SI. ,
Two colored gentlemen got into an al
tercation near the custom-house yesterday
and finding that they would not bo al
lowed to flgbt became very anxious to
whip two another. They talked in a
quiet business like way about it but wore
very emphatic. Officer Kain coming
along at the time, one of them offered bim
f20 to let them fight it out, and the
other begged bim to take It, each one
claiming that it would take bim just two
minutes and and a half to knock daylight
out of the other. Finding that the bribe
would not be accepted, they accepted the
ituatlon and left in different directions.
lilt. Mwander ha the newest styles of
HteV, oUgBoni, puffs, etc 9-24dtf
BmwirtH in tint pnllim court yi.Hiuvtuy
wu sot 7.ir7 di-j, inrt Juiitfui slnmhnr.'iit
meit if thrt 1I117, A mitlnmitn by Gi
2.si4 ef.f W. Ifill.ir unntii up far nairnr.
ahu.ii7 Iiayiijfij in ennvunutirtn with
woeus, ir..i m.i iMwvi un dolliin and
eoiis, -which h promptly paid.
Mrs. Hunter, a nlca looking lady xzd
one evidently not nid to drinxia j, want to
the great show, in company with others.
Afterward the party took a little beer,
which sho was puriuaded to tatte. Not
being used to tho beverage, it effected her
head, and caused her to sing Joyfully and
persistently until the noise attracted the
attontlon of a policeman who Informed
her that justice was offended at having
her slumbers broken by suoh a noise, and
the offender must go to tbo calaboose.
Yesterday nftor hearing tho evidonco,
'Squire Sbannessy bade hor go in peaco
and sin no moro, and sho went.
Warren Johnston, colored, was caught
In the act of coloring a companion's eye,
and now logdes with McUale In whoso
company ho can be found at any hour
tor the next 10 days.
Charlos Wlloy also fought a little, and
also takes 10 days.
Wm. Jenkins, colored boy, struck
another boy with a sling shot made by
tying a leather strap to a huge nut, and
goes to jail for 1- days.
YkstekoaY tbo St. Josoph brought 135
bales of new cotton from Memphis
Tennessee, for Fall rivor, Mass, which
was promptly forwarded over tho llllnoi
Contral railroad by tbo National line,
This is the first shipment of tho season
and we therefore mako special montlon of
it. Last year this routo was pretty largely
patronized by cotton shlppors, by reason
01 me promptness wltb which conslcn
menu were forwarded to their destinations
This season the facilities for handling and
caring for cotton have been so much im
Stanmar Ci:y of Vieksborg, St. Louis.
" SmUii of Pike, St. Louis.
' Giprtfll City. Vicksburg.
'' John Lumid.ri, Evamviile.
" ' Tyrnn.n Cap Girardeau.
' John .lC'ir., St. Louu.
St. .JV.iwph, Memphis.
' City of Alt;n, New Orleans.
" Jisi Jr Pxdacah.
" IilinoiJ, Colambci.
Suamer City of Vickiharg, Viekiburg,
" BMle of Pike, Memphis.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" John Lumsden, Evansville.
" St. Joseph, St. Louie.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
" Ada lloilman, Memphis.
" Atlantic, Now Orleans.
" Jim. Fisk. Jr., Paducab,
" Illinois, Columbus,
ilia uudd'y coal.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with eitbor lump orchost
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyi'HAnt,
D. A. Bokex, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent 3-15-ly.
BOATS LEAVINO TO DAY.
Tho palatial steamer James Howard
will leave for Now Orleans and all points
below here, tbis ovoning at C 0 clock.
The fino stoamor Colorado is tbo regular
packet departing for Memphis, VIcksburg
and all way landings, this evening at 0
The fast City of Ohostor is tho regular
packet for St. Louis and all way landings,
leaving to-night at 10 o'clock.
The elegant steamer Tyrone, will loavo
at 10 o'clock this morning, for Capo Glrar
deau and all way landings.
The Jim Fisk, Jr. isthodallv 41 fiVlnelf
ovening packot for Paducab and all way
Tho regular packet for Evansville leaves
this ovoning at 4 o'clock.
CONDITION QV Wit ItlVKRS.
Another fall of 3 inches in tho Ohio
during the past 24 houra. Nothing new
Bolow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by H. Levi for hides, tallo
feathers, otc. H. Lovi docs a very largi
trado in his lino, and it is a woll known
fact that he always pays tho highest prices
to bo obtained in this market. Ho is pay
Hides, dry flint fJ lb 10 to 17c
Hides, groon salted "fl lb StoOjc
Dcor skins r3 lb 20 to 25c
Tallow 13 lb 5 to Co
Feathers "fi lb 35 to C 5c
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Taner's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
Washington avenue. 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 No.l in Cairo.
o.iidim John Tanf.r.
Corner Tweiity-ccond i-trcct and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, und at the lowcit market
price. Aio a good article of
I.eavu order at HA1.I.IDAY
or apply at tho 1.1III.
2T TT Xi Ij TT OPSKBD.
Where wo will keep
A COM P h V. T K S T O C K
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLE:,
SiCK-KOOM AND NUItSEKY APPLIANCES, 4
Pure SPARKLING SODA WATEIt
Can not be excelled
We also draw the
BLUE LICK WATERS
Also, a choice lot of Cigar, ol extra (jual
ity, sold at reasonable prices Our
PRESCRIPTION JJEPA KTMEST
Will receive e-peclal attention and cnu'.
being at all hour' in chargo of compete!. t
and careful liartie. Prccnptloii carctuliv
compounded at all hours day or night.
NONE mVV TIIK PL'KEST AND BKi'l'
HTOVKS. Tl.WVAItt:, Ki t!,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Uiu., O
TIIK ONLY RKLIA1ILK GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN TIIK COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xj . 3D. aiUB'S
To be ilrwn MooiUTi October Till, 1672.
Okk Grand Capital or
810,000 IN GOLD.
O.vk Piuzk $5,000 in Silver I
FlvoPrlstos $1,000 9 f
Fivo Prlzxs COO GREENBACKS
Ton Prizes 100 5 I
Two KmiiiIIv Carriages and .Matcchd Horscn
wllh .Silver-Mounted Hanicw., worth SI.&0O
Two llor-et. mid llugglc with Silver-Mounted
Humes wortli iWi each! .
Two l'lnc-loned Kocwnod Plaiion, wortlf
Six Fiiiullv Sewing Machine", - worth
$1(k) eacli I
I.Vo Cold and Silver Lever Hunting
Watches worth from i'JO to each.
Ladles' Onld Leonlliie Chains 'lent' Gold
Ve't Chains Solid an- Doublcd-Platcd
Sllvea Table and Teaspoons, Photograph
Alliums .lewerly, Ae., Ae., Arc.
Whole number Girts IO.OoO. Tickets Limi
ted to &0,(pOO:
AGENTS WANTED TO SKLD TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premium will bn paid.
Single Ticket 2 :Mx Ticket 10; Twelve
Ticket. Twenty-llve Tickets 40.
Circular conUinlDK full 1 1 t of tirlie, de
scription of th iimiinar ol ilrawloy. nl other
Infornntion lu reference to Urn dlnlributlon, ulll
be rent to njr one or'lerln; them. All lelUra
miial be tJdrenned to L. I. fctl.NK, Hoi, 84,
nmcc, Cincinnati, O.
lnl West tin n not-wa-llr
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalized nr State Acthoritt and
Dkawn in Public in St. Louib.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Class K, ro nt Draivn Oct. 31, 1671.'.
6,880 Prlzos, Amounting to $300,000.
1 ' of .. 13.4M
1 ' of.. .. 10,000
1 " of.... 7, Ml
4 " of . t,IO
4 ' ol . 2.
lo " of 1,00)
SO " Of . Uti
40 " of.. - MO I
Tickets S10; Half
Tickets, $z oo.
Our lottrlei arc cbartrrwl by tbo Btate. are
alwajra drann at lh time named, and all draw
injti are under the auperttaion of morn com-mi-lonere.
The otltrlal drawing will b pubtiihed In the
fit. Lol jianera and m copy nt to purchaoeri
We will draw ailmllar ecbeme the laat uar of
cyery mouth during the ar 1871.
Kemttat our rlk br ixxterHce mnnr order,
regletered letter, drafi or eiiire. "end mr eir-
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ov
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If to, take our advice and purcliasu your ticket,
orer tir old reliable and popular tliuocn
rirto Itiiuom, which la positively tho only line
running inree uauy express train rroniHt, l.oiila
to KanaftH Cllv and tbo weatl ami la unaltlvolv
the only line which runa I'ullmin palace sleeps
raid fine day coiuhev, especially for mover,
equipped with Miller's nattily platform, and the
patent ateam brake. From HI. L01111 10 Kanaas
Oily, Ft, .icolt, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
son, Kt. Joieph, Nebraska City, Council Ulutla
anr1 Omaha without change I Hor Information in
regard to time table, ratea, Ac, to any point In
'""'irj, Nebraska, Kanaas, Colorado, Texas, and
tallornla, call unon or adrlreaa 8. II. Thomnaon.
Agent, Mlitouri Pacific K. R. Columbus. Ohio 1 or
. n.ruru, nenarai raasenger Agent, oi, louii
No troublt to aniwsr cerraipondance. I-
No. 104 Commercial Avknuk,
lloth KitKXCll mill Krornr cinrvinirj
ill color". IIkavkiis mill l!ito.u.cr.oTii)
constJintly on hand, nml sIIkooiN warrantcil.
Ill all IN liranclic
1 nUo carried on.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
J1KTWKSK WAHU'N AVE.VUB AND WALNUT
Dr. 15. K. Flolda Informs tne public that he hM
LIVERY S T A li L K,
on the norlhweit side of Tenth street ne named
Hit Utables will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may 00 accommodated at all hour
"""i e nay ami nigru wiwi tale teams on the LOW-
Hp T'iel,U Dlltn a uli.n At ....l.1tA ...
and will endanvor to merit it by fair dealing and
strict ktlentinn to tniaineea.
SUTTER & BIEllWIllTII,
708 "WASHINGTON AVENUE,
8T. LOUIB, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed nnd ground Ulass
01 every uecription.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CUUROn-WORK.
tr Crdrra In in
m j 1 v stterded o
Itrts of the couu
6.31 dw Sm
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r, IH BEXFUHU Proprl.titr
Con. Ohio Lkveb & Second St.
and from De
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
Tin and Hollow Ware. Clothe Wringer Tolie
War, Coal Hods, Firstihovt-ls, Air fiates.
ZINC, COPI'ER AND SHEE1
No. 166 Washington-avonuo
VKooflnir. Gulteriru'. and
vork done at shorteat notice.
all kinds ofo
9UUD I WOOD I I WUUD 1 I
' The undermuned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ah Ohrnn. II no ihii
liuu any ood dealer In Cairo. I.cavo order
on tlio elates at tlif l'o-tollko and ut Ho
coal yard, on Commercial nvcmic, between
icntn ami tweiitii streets, Cairo, Illinois.
give nood measure and will cord
up 11 tiunireu.
nniu-ll DlvJN.MS 1JAJ.KX
Successor to II, S. Ilarrcll,
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Illock lOtli street bet. Commer
cial and Winlilngloii Avenues.
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
has opened a Now J iiriiituro Moro on
Commercial avenue, npposito Seventh
street, und respectfully call attention
of tho citizens of Cairo and Mir
rouiuliiiK country to Ills
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
All now, nnd warranted of tho
THE VERY REST MANUFACTURE
Ho guarantees satisfaction both In price
and quality of goods.
Haf Call ou lilm before you make your
L) Prises of f 10)
" or .. l,w
8 of .. f0
U " of 3C)
U " of . 2W
M " of. 2")
3fi " of . 150
IHO " of IM)
Ml " of .. 1U
Tickets, $5: Quarter
M UHlt A
MILLER A CO..
rtt. Louis, Mo.
HATCIIHLOR'S HAIR DYE.
Tlii" superb hair dye Is the best in the
world perfectly harmless reliable and In
stantaneous. o disappointment. The gen
uine V. A. llatchelor s Hair Dye produces
iiuiiiedlately a natural black or brown. Doca
not stain the skin but leaves the hair cleans
nit and beautiful. Tho only afe and per
fect hair dye. sold by all tlruiffjitt. Fac
tory, HI Ilond street, . Y.
Happy relief to younc men from the effects
of errors ami abitesin early life. Manhood
restored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hook and cricu
lar sent free. In sealed envelop.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
J South Ninth St., I'hlladclphla, I'a. an In
stitution having u high reputation for honor
able conduct und profes-ioual skill.
KOK LADIES, MEN aND CHILDREN,
Kiriimi St., Ht. Com. .t Wash,,
lias Inst oiii'tied a new and stvllsh cstab-
llOitncnt. fiiflv un to the times, and Invites
old customers and new, ladles, children and
all, to favor him with their patronage.
33TA1I work done In the Latest Style.
On KlidithHtreet, between Commercial and V
union Avenue, is oaiiv receiving
LATEHT 81'RINO. AND HHMMirB aTTLSS
llesides a lull line of
BOITITEITB &: HAT3
ITninined and untrimmed,
FUE.NCa KLOWEIta. KIDHON3, TBIMMIN03
of All kinds, Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McQee has also a larK assortment o
Fancy Articles, such as
TLS. COLLARS. UNDE118LEEVE3,
KUKKH, WASHES, FANS,,
And all othernrticles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee, in addition to her stock of Fancy
and Millinery Goods, has a flno and complete 'as
sortment ot Cincinnati Custom Made Ladles
and Mla3' tilioes and Chlldrens' Hoots, Ulaoic
and In Colors, Those are acknowledged to be
ho finest and best shoes in the market, and tnl
he only plain in tne city thtt nuiti the m
IIOOT AM) HIIUK HTOUE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., nwr Athonaum.
Keep on hand a good anortmnt of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Hinot' and Chlldron'i Qaitxrb nnd
Also, Slippers ot all junat),
'Which they loll At tbt
VERT LOWEST FIGUBB8.
Oali. An Sxamim.