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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
ohskhvku'h nmcK, Cairo, III., 1
September K, 10:11 p.m., 187a. J
Harotnttsr, 30.00 degree.
Theiinotueter, fll degrees.
Wind ioiiiIi, Velocity 4 miles ptr
MaEluinui trtnpi-raliirr for lst 'J4 hoiiri,
Minimum teuiirrature lor the last 'Jl Uuuri,
Prevailing wind for last 'J4 hours, aot'th.
Total number uf inllea tmteli-d by wind
during last 'it Lours. 111!.
Obserter Sljjnal .Service, U. t. A
nhu V. Ilarinin, t'b. '1'brilpp
JOHN g. 11 A KM AN & CO.,
And l.aud Agent or tbe I'llnola (Vutrul
ann uuniugniu ami .Missouri Itallrouil nun.
North Cur. oleits tit. ami uiilo I.hm
Ofler for sale at low llgurca anil easy terms
iuc luuun iuk real cauuu :
Nil. 10 luU In the "illilire Itloi-k" run
nlng through the block Irom r'llteunth to
sixteenth alrcot. best realdence property
in the city. lAit :i ami 4 b 45, rlty, Wash-
ington avenue, between Thirteenth and
fourteenth street, vrnt aide good two
atory dwelling bouse on vauli lot. Loin j
and U, adjoining the lait before named.
l.otH, b il, illy, on .Sixth street, south
aide, between Coiiiiuerclul and VVuahlngtoti
No i Lola 7 and 8, l SM, corner ol Four
teenth and Poplar ttreeU, front on Poplar
street, weat aide, OMioalte post-olllce block.
Not Splendid business building, resi
dence In recond atory, 0 rooms, hall and
front and rear alalrway, water ou both lloor,
In number one condition: situated on north'
west corner ot Commercial arnua and
Twellth street. A ureal bargain ir told
No 4 Lot 4, b '21. Commercial avenue,
between Fourth mi l Tilth streets. Ixit 'Jl,
b 2'J, oil Washington au-liuu, between Kllth
and .Sixth streets.
No 6-Slx Iota in j 20, 1st ad. IIli;h
ground. 9'4J0each on easy pa) iiu-titn.
No Lot 1 and 2, In b f north corner ol
Tenth and Levee streets. 1)01 hulne loca
tion In the city term eay. Lota',2, aa and
'1 In b 1!), 1st ad., Mjuth corner ol Twentieth
and l'oplar ntreet. Also three lot in court
house block, fronting on l'oplar atret-U
No7 l.ouls and.l'j, b 71 south Hide ol
Twenty-Urst atrect, opposite "Convent
Mock" very desirable lor residence pin
No ft Ten ol tho choicest loU, In block
67, 1st addition, above cradc, beautllul real
dence location, will bo bold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
property ai It will be aold very low.
No ! That elegant residence on .Seventh
treet, owned by Capt. Hurd, fronting 75
leet on Seventh atreet, and running back
JOO feet to .Sixth. ThU property U well
known to the citizens of.( alro and V Icuilty as
ono ol the moat complete and convenient
residences in the city. It liaa all the con
venience appertaining to a Ant-class home.
The ground are highly embellished with
Meet ahrubbcry and fruit in abundance ;
urrlaire hou-c. -table and outbulldlmra rirat-
daw. Owing to the removal ot Capt. llurd
Hit property will be aold at a great bargain,
onasy terms. Also two lot oo cornerThlrd
Jtrtct and Mississippi levee. The I.ovee
''Ulldlng, formerly occupied by Capt. llurd,
In t,a. Ohio levee, ".prlnglleld ltlock," lor
No 10 An elegant realdcnco with fourloU
soon. High ground, and premises In a No.
No 11 A No. 1 cottage on Fourth atreet,
between Wellington avenue and Walnut
atreet. Also two lot running from Kourth
to Kitth atreet" very dcalrahle property.
No IS New two-story dwelling In prime
order, on Locust atreet, hlgheat ground In
the city, two lot. Trice 1 300.
No lft An elegant residence with about
three acrei of ground, covered with all klnda
of e!ct fruit and ahrubbery, in .anta Kc
for aalo cheap.
A KINK C1IAKCX FOlt INVKSTMK.NT.
We have lor aalc orleue vacant and Im
proved property in all portion of the
city. Aio over isOO) acre, of unimproved
lalida In Ale.xanderand I'lllaaki coilnilcs, at
extremely low figures, and in tracts to ault
purchaacra. We are amenta for the Illinois
Centril railroad lands In this and l'ulaakl
eountlra. Kallroad ianda not fold prior to
November next will pan Into other hands.
Now I" the time to purchase.
EMHIKANTS TO THE OI1KAT WKsT.
We are tho agent of the Uurlington and
illasourl Kallroad company, who oiler lor
aie in lowa ami .eiraka uuiuona or acrea
til the beat land on the continent, on ten
year credit. (I per cent. Interest. Maps,
pamphlet, circular and all necea-ary Infor
illation relative to those lands and how tc
reach them furnished upon application.
v.au ai once anu examine tor youraivea. An,
ply to JOHN (i. IIAKMAN CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee at., Cairo. Ilia,
.lure 7. 1873.
JIYLAND & SAUKH,
AND DBALSM IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the llyland saloon.
11-16 tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
AND DEM.KIt IN
KmHTU Stuibt, Bitwiin Wabhinotob
AdJolsslsssT I'.UsataOBaa ud Uatnnr
Kp the beat or Baal, Pork, Mutton Vl.
tamb, Sausace, ato.. and are prepared io aarre
sltisena In the most aoceptabla manner.
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
UUTOBBB AND DltALMB IN ALL KlNDB 01
COHNCR NIN1TMNTU AND POPLAR STS
UuyB an'J slaughters only the beat cattle,
bogs and sheep, and is prepared to till any
lommd for fresh meaU from one pound to
ton tUqiimnd pounds.
AND DEALKB IN
Mils KINDS OF FKE3JI MEATS,
a,,. Tiw.Hf lalh Mtmmm t 1am.
ituva and shunhtori onlr the beat Cattle.
ilogi and Sheep, and Is prepared to All or-
.nMl t .MM
FOlt COUNT V OLKKK.
Wa are autliorlf.ed to annoniiru tha'.
Jacob (1. I.tnch will l.e a ramlldate Tor
KbiToit Hui.l.KTiN l'laata announce
my iiamo at Rcanilidato for lbs olllce of
county clerk. .Iohn 0. Crowi.rt.
We are authorized to announce Jostru
T. llAVinON at a candidate for the olllce
of couaty clerk, at the enaulug November
olectlon. ail Meet to the Jecluloti of the
votori of Alexander county.
FOR COUNTY TKEASUUKi;.
Wh are authorized to announce JoUM II.
OonSMAN a candidate for tlm oltico of
Kkitoh or Tim Hin.i.itTi You will
pleaio announce toy name as the people's
candidate lor county treasurer, at tho en
suing No vein bur election. Intending and
desiring to serve tho people, 1 hope to bo
elected by the people.
8-20td William Marti.v.
CO U N T lTY S UP KKIN T E N I) K N T
Pi.rack annnunco me as a candidate, for
Superintendent of Public Instruction of
Mrs P. A. Tavi.oii.
Wk. aro nuthoriicd to announce Hiiiam
K. Pt'T.VAM, of IU.IowockI, as a candi
date for county superintendent of public
COUNTY COMMISSION KH.
Wt are authorized to announce Jamrh
1j. SANiiKR4,of Clear creek, a a cnndldatc
for county commisnloner.
Havinu been solicited bv numerous
voters of Aloiauder county to becomo a
candidate for the office of county com
missioner, I hereby nnnounco that I will
be a candUato for that otllro, at the ensu
ing Novmnber election.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
.Mr. Mi vie Coy.ve is dangerously ill
from herinoraje of the bowels. Uis life
is dispared of.
Mk. W'm. J. Mankoi'.ii, at ono titno a
citizen of Cairo, died of yellow ferer at
Memphis, a few days ago.
Stewart AjOiioln are showing a nice
article of Camels Hftlr cloth and other
materials for Kedingotea.
Stuakt -V; Giiolson are ullenng an
excellent line of Ottoman Shawls at
prices that should command Attention.
Prof. CllAhLKf IIaiuiV deaires to In
form the public that he will open his
dancing academy on or nbeul Novomber
20. Duo notice of time and pUco will be
n 10. U it
Stuakt At Uiiolso.v are olluring com
pUle lines of llannels, hlaukuU, cuiil
meres, jeans, waterproofs, otc, bought
since the late money panic, and will be
sold accordingly. lO-l.'i-tf
The following members of the Nemo
base-ball club will take part in the game
to bo playod here to-morrow with the
Riversides of Mound City A. Krost,
John Howies, W. P. Davideon, E. K
Brady, L. C. Suhucker, 1'. 0. Hughes,
W. P. Pettis, K. I). Parker and I). A.
Stiaiit it (iuoLfo.v are otlering the
most complete line of roversiblo black al
pacas in the city. Our alpacas aro un
equalled In value, superior in finish, and
itb a uniformity which holds in low a.'
well as In high numbers. 10-lS-tf
A (jUARncL occurred yt.torday bo
twocn two colored men, in whloh one of
them, Dick Coleman, wni sovorely, though
not dangorously stabbed. Tho difficulty
took pliice on Washington nvcnuo near
the corner of Tenth street. Coloman was
coriToyod to his homo on Fourth street
and the stabblst lodged In jail.
TlIK EltDlCT OK THE LADIES. Evory
lady who baa iookod through Stuart A:
Uholson's stock of dress goods declares it
to be tho most attractive In the city, We
make dress goods our speciality. Our
greatest experience has been in this de
partment, and re are confident that wo
can duplicate prices from any soction
whatever. 10-13. tf
Cikrne Commandery, No. 4, Memphis,
appeals to the othor Knights Templars of
the United States, saying: "In this our
dire oxtromity, any relief you can con
tribute will bo thankfully received." And
what has our KnighU done for thoir dis
tressed brethorn at Memphis 7 Cairo
Commandery was tho first to respond.
The Paducali Kentucklat.' of Satur
day says ; "The Nomo baso-ball club of
Cairo havo challenged the Idlowilds to
play a series of games of base-ball. We
would suggost, If the cliallonge is ac
cepted, that tho first garao bo playod here
one day next weok, during tho fair, as we
understand a good many Cnlroitos will be
up to see tho sights."
Tub Hivkrsidb baso ball club of
Mound City will play the Nemo olub of
this city, on the Egyptian grounds, to
morrow afternoon. The Riversides liava
dressed down all tho Cairo cluba. tlm
Nemo among the others ; but the Nomes
havo boon growing in confldenco and ball
ability, and will this time give their
Mound City rivals more trouble than thoy
havo bad this season.
A New Enteri'iiisk, Ur. 1), F. Field
will run a line of hacks botwoon Cairo
and the torminui of tho Cairo, Arkansas
fc Vex as railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2)o clock, p. in., making close con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for passengers or baggago should
be left at Hold's stable, on 10th strool.
Key. Mr. Thaler preached on Sunday
morning from the test; "See then that
yj walk circumspectly, not as fools, but
as wise." In the course rf his remarks
the reverend gentleman gavo theatre
goers, circus-goers, party-goers, and go
ers to other places of amusement, a fear
ful castlgatlon. He rubbed them down
roughly with a brick, o to spoak. He
nlso very proporly denounced those busi
ness men who, professing to bo Christians,
"squeeze" their customers. Ho didn't
blame tho world for passing on tbe other
sido and not doaling with such rascals.
Without offenso, and ai a strong way ol
expressing our approbation of M r. Thayer,
weucsiroto say that, In our opinion, his
head is lovel.
At aboot ten o'clock last night a
stranger, while passing along Washington
avenue near Tenth street, was caught by
two colored men and whllo one held him
tho othor went through his pockets, and
robbed him of thirty dollars. These
robberies aro becoming of a most too fr
quentoccurrcnco, and It Is tlmesomothlng
was dono to put a stop to them. On Sat
urday night a man was knockod down
and robbed somowhero near tbe Stone
depot, on Sunday night anothor was gar
rotted at or near the corner of Fourteenth
and Commercial, and last night the ono
above referred to. This Is piling it on a
most too thick. The great difficulty Is that
tho police force Is too small, and
unable to protect all parts of the city at
Mus. M. Jackson, at her old stan l on
Cotnmcrcisl avonuo, opposite Elliott &
Hay thorn's, has Just received har stock of
fall and winter goods. This stock com
prises millinery goods of all kinds; hats
and bonnets, trimmed and untrlmmod;
foathcrs, flowers, and ribbons in all tbe
new shades and at all prices bonnet and
hnt frames in alt tho fashionable shapes;
fine velvet, Jot trimmings, sash ribbons,
collars and underslooves, newest styles of
high combs; tho new velvet belts with
steel buckles; a beautiful assortment of
mourning flowers, mourning collars and
undersloeves; n beautlrul line nt vat's
....1 III. l M . 1 1 . .
biiu inning, 1'iiiiureiis cioiki anu nooila,
and ladies suits, neatly and durably
made, according to the latest patterns
Mr. Jackson's goods are all marked In
plain figures at tho lowo.it prices, "quick
sale and small profits ' boing faor motto.
She cordially invites tho ladles of Cairo
and vicinity to call, and hope to receive
an Incrcaso of tho patronage so liberally
bestowed upon her in tho ptst.
Lounabury, of Mound City, has beon
re-elected grand master of tbe masonic
fraternity of Illinois.
Kennle and Oberly are in Springfield
Hon. Win. J. Allen and family ri
turned homo yesterday.
AVm. U. Ogden was in tho city on
Saturday Inst on business of the Cairo and
St. Louis railroad contractors. He left
for St. Louis on tbe Sunday morning
train. What his business was we don't
know and he didn't care to toll.
iiranrl .Maator Hross, I. O. O. 1, left
for Springfield Sunday afternoon. Bross
hat boon a most excol.'ont master, Indus
trious and careful of tho interests of tbe
order over which he hat presided during
the pat year.
C. & V. R. R.
RESIGNATION OF SUl'KKLV-
T END EXT ilOSWELL MIL
LEU L. W. i'AUIER
MA J. II. F. HUKNSIDE TO BE AS-
SIST.VNT sUI'JiKIN TEN DENT.
The following notes and orders explain
Cairo and Vi.nuennks R. 11,
i'i.nuexnks R. R, 1
9, Ills., Oct. 8, 18T3. J
'Vii. A, '. Jlurnsitlr, I'rcaidtni Cairo and
I iiicfiwej Jiailroad Co., Cairo, Jlta.,
Dear Sir: The emergency which led
to my temporary appointment having
pacsod, I hereby resign my position as
superintendent oi tne Cairo and V incen
net ranroHd, lours, itespectlully,
Cairo and Vincknnes R. R.,
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 8, 173. f
ftoiticell Miller, Suytrintendait Cairo and
Vmcennts JCatlroaU, Cairo, llh.,
Dear Sir Your favor of this date
tendering your resignation Is horoby ac
copted. I cannot allow you to leave the
position you have so ably and faithfully
flllod without expressing to you my warm
est thanks for tho groat aorvice you have
boon to the company during the late re
organization or its operating department.
You undortook tbe direction of tho
clmngot much against your wiibcs, and
have performed tho duties assigned to you
with great credit. It will bo a satisfac
tion to you, I am sure, to learn that Mr.
L. W. Palmer, who to ably aided you at
assistant superintendent, will bo ap
pointed to fill tho vacancy made by your
resignation. Yours, very truly,
A. E. Burnsidb, Prostdont.
Cairo and Vi.nuennks R. R.,
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 8, 1873.
Mr. L. W. Palmer Is herebv annolnled
Goneral Superintendent of this Cumnanv.
and will to obeyed and respected accord
ingly. A. JS. iJURNstDK, President.
Cairo and Vincknnes R. R., i
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 8, 1873.
General Order A. 1.
Mr. 1). F. Ilurnsldo is horeby appointed
Assistant Superintondontof the Cairn tnd
Yinconnos railroad, and will bo obeyod
and respected accordingly.
L. W- Palmer, Superintendent.
Tho many friondi of Maj. It. F. Ilurn
sldo will bo pleated to loarn of hit ap
pointmont as assistant superintendent
of tbe Cairo and Yinconnos road. Mr.
Palmer who assumos tbe position of gon
eral superintendent is said to bo a thorough
railroad man, who will leave nothing un
done to advanco tho Interests of the road.
I!y tho Cairo Turngeinelndo for the
bonetlt of the Momphlt auffereri, Tuesday
evening, Octobor 21, at Pblllls' hall. Ad
mitsion &0 conti.
W. F. KUCHr.NllEClCK,
Committee of Arrangements.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1878
SOMETHING MOKE AI10UT
WHO IS SHE AND "WHO IS MRS.
Somo tlmo ago Mayor Wood received
a loiter from tho mayor of Now Orleans
detailing the story of woes of a littlo girl,
who was found In the possession of a wo
Mian and man named Hurgess. These
monitors had cruelly troatod the little
girl, and all that tort of thing, and tho
littlo girl was taken from thorn and given
In charge of a Mr. Kelly.
A few days ago a New Orloant 'Times'
reporter Interviewed the girl. lie found
her, lie say, much brighter and moro in
telligent than when on the night of her
rescue, bruised, batterod and half dead
with hunger, she sought to tell
TMK PLAINTIVE STORY
of hor sufferings and bor wanderings
from hor Cairo home. It will bo remom
borod that then tho related that her moth
er t namo was Dunning, and that she
lived in Cairo.
Now the recites in a clear and unmis
takable manner that her mother's name it
Matilda Almy, (or ''Tilly," as tbe child
oxpressed It,) and that she lives In St.
Louis with bor husband (and the girl's
stopfatben William Almy, who It or was
a hotel waiter, Tho girl says that when
her mother married " Will," she took her
to Cairo ono day and left hor with
L'NCLE JACK BIIEPPARD.
That after a whllo, Uncle Jack took
bor to Mrs. Dunning's and told Mrs. Dun
ning to take care of her, and he would
pay for her support.
The day after the arrest of the Herges
ses Mrs. Kelly caused a loiter to be writ
ten to Mr. Dunning at Cairo, enclosing
tho 'Times' report of the case, and asking
for advice in tbe promises.
In responso thereto came a letter signed
Nancy Dunning, and dated lrom Mound
City, but couched In such vague, unsatis
factory language that Mrt. Kelly bogan
to doubt that Mrt. Dunning was the
child's mother. Interviewing the child
thereafter, and learning the fresh story
about the St. Louis mothor, ibo was con
vinccl that the latter tale
WAX THE TRCE ONE,
and visiting tho Mayor with the informa
tion gained, wasadylsed to not hood .Mrs.
Dunning's request for a return of the
child, but to await tbe developments of
future events. It may be hore remarked
that Nancy Dunning tet forth that tbe
Iiergeises bad kidnapped tho child, and
that it would do her good to seo them
The supposition is that Mrs. Dunning's
sollcitudo for the child's return arises
from tho fact that having been charged
with her caro sho naturally feols anxiout
to Avoid any apprehended troublo at tho
hauds of tho real mother. However, in
asmuch at that parson readily gave her
child into the pottession of strangers, It is
not likely that sho will loso any sleop bo-
causoorthe advonturet that have befallen
the unhappy waif. She haa boea advised
of tho circumstances, and bosought to in
dlcato bor desire or intention touching the
matter, but thus far sho has mado no sign.
Mrs. Dunning, of Mound City, is a
mystery to u. Who knows anything
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
There will bo a meeting of tbe Chamber
of Cominorco on Wednesday, October 15,
at 10 a.m., for the election of a president
of tbe board, to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Mr. Hurd. Other busi
netB of importance will bo brought boforo
the board, and a full attendance of itt
mombors ie dosired.
in-ll "t Soc'y pro tern.
Albra, Frodorick Cook, Kate
Delaney, F M Goldsmith, Annie
uuoeri, uoorgmna uoorman, Jane
Hanks, A K
Jamos, W C
Thomas, Lizzie B
tourd, Hannah M
Androwt, Elbort Bancun, Anthony
Uarlaw, B E
l t i i w
lilanchard, 11 S
Bartlett, S S
Boone, M D
Bsyer. O M
Rurnslde, M J
Collins, C C
Carnaban, O P
Denny, B F
Dolany, F W
Gaston, B D
Herd & Bro
King. Albort, :t
Kochler. John, 2
McCann, Harry 2
Chonawetn, J O
Cooper, S L
Dyo & Woodt
Davit, C F
Funk, 11 0
Harris, Len R
Johnson, Sam'l H
Leonard, bam 1
Moran, Isaac K
Mean, W H
Nichols, J B
Reeves, John 2
Stappleton, Dennis Sponcor, Calvin
Tnhln, John 2
Thompson, J N
Waddell, St. John
Waller, J K
Williams, i h
Wltherspoor, W I) YorcV, M M
There will be a meeting of the company
at thoir armory tbli (Tuesday) ovenlng at
7 o'clock ror butlnestand drill.
E. A. Burkett, President,
J. J. Davison, Cuptaln.
A carol ear ting last Sunday evening.
Tho 11 ml or will bo rewarded by returning
It to C. R. Woodward,
Roserved teats can be securod at Hart
man's at SI for full courso, for lady and
gentleman, or 25 conts for ono lecture.
We are receiving on consignment, a
largo lot of prime Iowa ontons, which
we offer to the trade cheap, either by tho
bushol or barrel.
10-y-lOt Hallidav linos.
First lecturo is on Friday evening, the
17th Inst. Licturo to commence at 8
o'clock. "Primitive races of Mankind;"
Illustrated by paintings and portraits.
Tickets can bo had at Hannon's, Rock
wall's, Schuch't and Hartmsn's. 10-U It
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feotlong, 2 Inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Brltchin, all completo and in first-class
order); been used only three months. For
price, etc., Inquire ol J. T. Rennie,
O-JS-lf. Yulcan Iron Works.
Cairo, Illinois, Octrber 8. 1873.
The linn of Davis A Linton bus thin day
dissolved by mutual consent. E, V, Davit
continuing tho business.
I cheerfully recommend my lato partner
K. F. Davia to tho old patrons of the tlrm.
Gas and Stcamfitting on short notice,
Bross' Blocks 9-28H.
Go to B. F. Blako's for everything in
tho Steam and Gasfittlng lino. l'-28tf.
Chandeliers, Brackots, Pendant,
Globes, etc. for aalo at prlcea that cannot
bo beat, by B. F. Ulako, Bross' Block.
For oas and tteam fitting go to Ken
nies ulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 9-10-tf
"Wanted. A flno Coat Maker can got
constant work and good prices by apply
ing at No. 2 Broadway, Paducah, Ky.
diw-tf Merchant Tailor.
For Sale Ciikap. Ono span good,
young mules, also a doublo wagon. Will
sell thorn togothor or separately. Enquire
of Huse, Loomis & Co,,
tf No. 01 Ohio Lovce.
Wanted to rent, a neat cottage con
taining four or fivo rooms. Good tonant
and prompt pay. Addres " D," Bulle
tin office. 10-8-3L
Wanted Cook. A whlto woman who
has had oxperienco nnd is a compotcnt
cook, can have stendy employment at good
wagct. Enquire at The Uclletin
Mr. Wm. Eiilkrs it anilout to inform
bis frionds and acquaintances, and custom
ers gonerally, that he does his oxen fitting
in gaitor, line boots and shoes. In fact
all hie work is dono in bis own 6hoyi.
Dr. Vf. R. Smith ha removed hi of
fice to tbe eocond story of Louis Herbert's
new brick building on Eighth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, where ho bat mora comfortable nnd
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
r. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth ttroot nnd Commercial avo
nuo, otfers for talo Guinness' Porter &
Bass' ales and pure Honnessy brandy,
and the genuine Angosturo bittor, all
first-class cholora cures. Try them
R. Jones, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest improvements In tho lino uf his
buslnoss. Only tho host ana most com
potent workmen employod, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclsss in evory respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
or Tenth ttroot. 10-7-tf
Just rocoived at Ehlor's, Twentieth
stroot, between Watblngton avonue and
Poplar street, tho finott French calf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos for gontlomon'i
wear. A perfect fit and satitfactlon as
sured. Any portons In need of boots and
shoes should call on Khlor's, examlno his
stock of leathort and loave their orders,
Central Uousb-Oii Sixth street bo
twoon Commercial and Washington
Thit house bat rocontly undorgone thor
ough ropairt, and ii now in first-class con-
dltton for tho accommodation of the trav
eling public. Boardors accommodated on
reasonable terms. A sharu of patronago
ts solicited. Mrs. T. N. Gavkney.
9 30-lm. Proprietress.
W nood not remark that tho oyttor ts
a good thing to havo In tho houtoj every
body knows that ; but it may bo necessary
totay that tbe host oystort in tho city
may bo found at tbo oyttor saloon of
Amandut Jaeckol. Ho hat fitted up
rooms in flno ttylo, and hat made nrrango
menu by which ho will bo able to obtain
dally supplies of fresh oystort, which ho
It proparcd to dish up to cuttomort in any
manner. Call upon Jaeckol and try his
Dr. Lavarty, horaooopathltt Dhvsl-
clan, lato of Shawnoetowu, has located In
this city and fntonds making it hit homo
Tho doctor cotnos to Cairo woll rocom.
mended, anu refers to the ofllcen of tbo
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom ho Is well known, having practicod
his profession among them for yeart. Ho
tolicitt a fair share of the patronago of
ourcltlxons. Office 140 Commercial ave
None -to Passekcikhs On and after
Monday, October Otb, an extra accoinmo-
datlon train will be run betwoen Cairo
and Mound City, leaving Cairo at 6:30 a,
m. Returning, leave Mound City at Q;05
in. Parties wishing to attend court at
Mound City should avail themselves of
this train, Roiwill Miller,
B. F. BuiwsiDi, Superintendent.
IMPORTANT TO GENTLEMEN.
Stuart A Gholion are offering a em
plete lino ot thoir celebrated while shirts,
mado expre'tly for them, at prices that
should command tho attention of evory
gontlcman. Mcaturos taken and a lit
guaranteed. Our ttock of underwear,
collar, ties, hosiery, gloves, etc., It full
and complete, and our prices tho very
I taku this opportunity to inform the
citizens of OAiro and surrounding country,
that I will rosumo my practice In tbo city
of Cairo on or aliout tho 1st of Decnmbor.
'J-yo-tf. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
Tho barber shop is on tbo corner of
Eighth street and Commorcial avonue
where J..Goorge Stienhouto with his gen
tlemeuly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, roady to soothe
your feolings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and hoad with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you are
suro of rocolvlng first-class troatmont.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
nftor tho most approved stylos. 8-lC-tf
For Sale. Two desirable lots No."
and 8, block 70, city; corner of Tenth and
fi . .. .. . .. ...
irainui airoois. in uo sou Wltn or
without tho houio on lot 8. For parties
lars, etc., apply to
10-ll-2w Matiiuss Jfc Unt.
T. N. KIMRnOUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Tenth Street mid Waahlnlott Avenue
ETTAM kinds of jobbing work done on
abort notice, and 111 good style, Leave or
di.T at tha iihop.
V. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. sth St. and Commercial Ave.
Hoots ami Shoes made to order, and in
the latest and most;fj.tilouable atyies.
Nit. Id OHIO I.F.VKK, Cor. Sth Nt,
The largeat lino ol cloth and piece goods
of the llneat quality, and grcatett variety
ever brought to thia market. These goods
wcio bought at prices that enable mo to
sen iiiem a i ion per cent. lower figures than
any house in Cairo.
GUARANTEE HOOD KITS
and ctitlro satisfaction In ovcry respect.
Wo also keep a full and completo stock of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
il&ADY MADE CLOTHING ,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
Z. t t
2 "i S"
I.ITerpool Dew-Turk ahd Philadelphia
1'xoaa ooataict win ckitsd tTirss ir amrua
For Carrying tbe Mailt
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcatata i osauiioa
aPPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot
IS Hroadwaj Naw.Tork, urlu
II. Ho tap t(
BKMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Agents Home Cotton SIillb
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
, WHARF-BOAT PROPRISTOB.
prepared to forwinl all klndi
to all points.
u a w ii atttsdtdto proatptlri
WHITE ft CO.,
(Succenors to I-. Jorgsasea,)
Staple and Fancy Grocery
BOOTS, SHOBS, Ac.
And in Country Produce of all kinds.
Comer of Twentieth street,
3TA supply or choice butter front north
eru dalrlit constantly on band,
RIG MAN & FROST,
(Successors to II.Blxby,)
AND DEALERS IN
Country Produce or all Kixks,
Between Eighth and Ninth Sreett.
Having purchased the entire stock of U,
Hlxby and added to It very materially, we
ask a share ot public patronage.
We will keep on band nothing but the best
goods, and will tell at a close margin.
Goods delivered In any part ol ths city
free ot eharge. 0-24 liu
(Successor to H. Thlelecke .) ;
Dealer In All Uinta
BETWEEN TENTH AMD ELEVENTH STEEETS
Havlngpurchased the grocery establish
ment ot 11. Thlelecke. I shall always keep
on hand a full and fresh supply of all the best
goods in my line, to be round In the market.
By strict attention to business, and lair deal
ing, I hope not only to retain all the custom
the Place has enjoyed In the put, but to add
to the list many new patrons. Asking a
lair share or public patronage,
RcapcctfUlly, UBRMAN SCHMISTZ8T0RIF.
WARD ft ROBERTS,
Dealers in Window Shades,
Wall Paper, Puri White
Lead, Linseed Oil
Spirits Turpentine, Glue
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Ktc.
Washington avenue and Kleventh street,
Cairo, - . . Illieoi
WOOD RITTENHOU3B ft BRO
Goneral Commission MerohanN
UI OHIO LXVXI
. J. CUNDIFF,
0 UN 15 R A Ii PROD IJC'K
No. 17 Eiohth St.,
COFFEY, HARRISON ft CO.,
(Snccessors to D. Hurd A Son.)
ri.OllB.eBAIN AUB MAY.
No 03 Ohlo'Levee, OAIRO, ILLS.
NEW YORK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST TARIETT STOCK IE TBI 01TT
GOODS SOLD YSHY OLOSi.
Corner of laalaaatst atraal u fata
. U. O. P ATI Kit
R. F. BLAKE,
(Successor to 11. T. Gerould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer lii
Gab and Stkaw Pipe Fittihoi.
UI.OHi: AMD ANUI.K VALVES),
I.KAD P1PK AND PUMPS.
t iTDrlvc wellt nut down In anr carl ol
the city or surrounding country.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUK,
GREEN ft GILBERT,
COUNSILOJta AT LAW,
Williaa R.UreM, 1
William B. OUban, y
MOial atUalinm la Ada
emoB obxo Lim, boohe tml oteb
Cm AT10At MAM.