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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1G, 1873
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OBSBKVBB'l OKHCE, CilBOj Jill., 1
Beptemter Ki, 10:11 p.iu . l0"' J
Barometer, S0.08 detree.
Thimntnftr. 04 dfKTe.
Wlm! anuth. Velocity 4 tulle per
Maxlmmn temperature for Uit 24 hour
Minimum temperature lor the last
Ir.llln wlml for last iM liolirt, loUlli
Total number of mile traveled by wind
during lait 21 hour , 113.
Observer Sltcnal Service. U. S. A
ohn Q. ttarman. Cha. Thrupp
JOHN Q. I1AUMAN A CO.,
Aud l.ind Agent or tbe I llnola Central
aud Burlington ami Missouri Itallruad com
panic. Nssrils Gsr. til 6lb . ssnst Ohio lor
Ofler lor eale at low figure and easy terms
tne rollowiug real estate :
No. 1-0 lota In tbe "Uidge lilock" run
ning through tbe block Irotu Kllteenth to
Sixteenth atreet, beat residence property
lu tbe dir. ImIii 3 aud 4 b 45. elty, Wash
ington aeuue, between Thirteenth and
Kourteeutb it reel, went able good two
atory dwelling buu.se ou eacb lot. Lota 0
aud C, a'IJolnl()K tbe last before named.
Lot 14, b &J, city, on Sixth street, aotitb
aide, between Commercial and Washington
No i IoU 7 and 8, b 33. corner ol four
tuentb aud Poplar atreeta, front on l'oplar
atreet, west aide. opposite poit-ofllce block.
No 3 Splendid buiinena building, resi
dence In aeconii atory, 0 room, ball and
front and rear stairway . wateronbotb floors,
In number one condition: situated on north
west corner ot Commercial avenue and
Twelllb street. A great bargain If aold
No 4 Lot 4, b '11, Commercial avenue,
between Fourth aud Klltb streets. Lot 'Jl,
b J I, on Washington avenue, between Klltb
aud Sixth atreetii.
No 6-fJlx lot In b in, 1st ad. High
ground. $iWeacb on easy tiaymenu.
No C Lot 1 and 2, In b 6 north corner ol
Tenth and Levee street. Uet buslnca loca
tion in the city term eaay. Lots'il, '11 and
H In b in, 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
and 1'oplar atreeta. Also throe Iota in court
house block, fronting ou 1'oplar street.
No 7 Lou lit and.1V, b ly south aide ol
Twenty-tint atreet, opposite "Convent
Block "very desirable for residence pui
po sea, cheap.
Noo Tenol the choicest lot, In block
J7, lit addition, above irrswle, beautilul resi
dence location, will be told at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
propertv aa It will be sold very low.
No U That elegant residence on Setentb
street, owned by Capt. Ilurd, Irotillng 76
feet on Seventh itreet, and running back
200 feet to Sixth. This property la well
known to thucltlzensof Cairo aud vicinity as
one ol tbe moat complete ami convenient
residences In the city. It baa all the con
venience apperUluiug to a Urat-cUsi borne,
Tbe gronnda are highly embellished wltb
elect ahrubbery and fruit In abundance ;
carriage bouse, .table and outbuildings tint-1
clan. Owing to tbe removal ol Capt. Hurd
this property wilt be aold at a great bargain,
on easy terms. Also lwlolou corner Third
atreet and Mlnaiiwlppt levee. The Levee
building, formerly ocrnpied by Capt. llurd,
In b J, Ohio levee, "Sprin.tleld it lock," lor
No 10 An elegant residence wltb four lots
In b 07, city For aale very cheap It aold
aoon. Uigb ground, aud premUealna No.
No 11 A No. 1 cottage on Fourth atreet,
between Washington avenue ana Walnut
atreet. Alao two Iota running from Fourth
to Kiltk atreeta very desirable property.
No It New two- lory dwel ing in prime
order, on Locust itreet, highest gronnd In
the city, two lot. Price $1 300.
No l:t An elegant residence wltb about
three acre of ground, covered with all kind
of select fruit and shrubbery, in Santa Ke
for aale cheap.
a mil ciiancb For investment.
We have tor sale orIase vacant and Im
proved property In all portion of the
lty. Alio over 21,000 acre of unimproved
lanJa In Alexanderand Pulaski coumlcs, at
extremely low figures, and In tracts to suit
purchaser. We are agenta for the Illinois
Central railroad land in this and l'ulaskt
counties Railroad land not aold prior to
November next will pass Into other band.
Now lathe time to purchase.
EMIQIIANTS TO Till OREAT WEST.
We are the agents: of the llurllngton and
Hlstouri Railroad company, who olTur for
aale In Inwa aud Nebraska millions of acre
el the best land on tbe continent, on ten
yeara credit. 6 per cent, interest. Maps,
pamphlet, circular and all necessary Infor
mation relative to those landa and bow te
reach tliera furnished upon application.
Call at once and examine for vourslves. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. 11AHMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee it., Cairo, 111a.
Ju-e 7. 18W.
HYLAND & SAUER,
AMD DaUMUU EH
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
or KVKKY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th atreet and Commercial avenu
next door to the Uyland aaloon,
11-16 tt CAIRO, ILLS.
AND UKALKlt IN
Riohtb Stubbt, Bbtwbbb Wasiiivotob
ABD OOatMEBCIAL AviIUH,
A1JiailS mi'teahoeuB Raaair'a
Ep the beat or Beet, Perk, aluttoa Veal.
Lamb, Saoaag, te., ad are prepared to aarve
ltin In the most aaeaptabl manner.
(Buceeaaor to Jamea Kynaaton,)
botchib amd dbaxbb iv all klvdi 01
COHNBR NWBTBW1H AKD POFLAR 8TB.,
Bun and ilaugbUrt only tbe beat eatile,
ttogi and aheep, and 1 prepared to Wl any
lomi-jd fur freihmeaU from one pound to
ton thotand pounilt.
AVD IiBALBB IK
ILL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
Hear cor. TtrMtla'h Btraal ! Cais.
Buri nd ilsugbUrt ouly the bait Cattle,
tjosra and Ibaep. and la prepared to flu or
iari for rreialteaU from one to UbUou.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
FOR COUNTY OLKKK.
We are authorised to announce that
Jacob O. Lynch will be a candidate for
Kditor Huli.rtin l'leiso announce
my nam at a candidate for the otlice of
county clerk. John C. Ukowlit.
We are aulhoricud to announce Jobimi
T. Davioon at a candidate for tbe ofllce
of county clerk, at tbe ensuing November
election, subject to tbe decltilon of tbe
voter of Alexander county.
KOK COUNTY TKKASUKEH.
We are authorized to announce. Jotix II.
OoasMAX a candidate for tbu ofllce of
Kditor of Tub IIuli.xiin Y'ou will
pleaie announce my name as tbe peoplu'a
candidate lot county treasurer, at tbe en
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to icrve the people, 1 hopo to bo
elected by the people.
8-20td William Martin.
COUNTiT YSu7kK1 NTKN DKNT
Wk are autborltud to announce- Mrs. f
K. lirown, of Thebes precinct, a a candi
date lor aujxjrln tenden t of schools,
l'l.KAsx annouticu me a a candidate for
.Superintendent of l'ubllc Instruction of
Mk., P. A. Taylor.
Wk aru authorizid to announce Uiram
K. 1'utnam, of lUzlowood, m a candi
datu for county superintendent of public
We are authorized to announce Jam 8
L. SANl)is,of Clear creek, as a candidate
fur county commissioner.
Having been solicited by numeroua
voter of Alexander county to become a
candidate for the office f county com
miiiioncr, I hereby announce that I will
bo a candidate for that offlco, at tbo emu
ing November oleclion.
Tue Gilbert Sister' Dramatic troupe,
which played in this city some two year
ago, will visit Cairo again towards the
latter part of thil month. Tbo troupe, it
i laid, u an excellent onti.
Rev. Mr. Waller, tbe now paitor of
the Methediil cburcb in this city, has ar
rived and entered upon hi duties a such.
lie will proach his first sermon on next
I will lull my entire itock of wall pa
per at cost after to-day. Two of the best
paper-hangura in tbe city at lb store.
Try me. No. '2 Suvanth itreet.
10-16-tf II. Aiile.
1'HE.Iackion County 'tra' lay "Tub
Cairo Rullbtin wis necessitated to im
pend for two or tbreo days last week by
tbo giving out of the bolter that suppllo
the power far the preli on which the pa
per is printed. We would sooner do with
out our morning bitter than do without
The Bulletin, and truit no more mii
bapi may again occur."
TlIK Concordia Singing society bavo
boen invited by the Cairo Turngumelndo
to take part in tbe concort on Tuesday
evening, to bo bold at l'hlllii hall, for the
benefit ot tbe Mumphil luffcrori. Tbe
Concurdlai have kindly signified a will
ingness to render whatever aisiitance tboy
can on thil occaiion.
Bode.n On Tuesday the Utb init., at
8 o'clock p.m., Robert Edward, aged 1C
month, infant ion of O. Corbett and
Sarah Le llaron Randall Uodon. Tho
funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this
(Thursday,) afternoon, at tho frame resi
dence of tbo parents on Fifteenth street
between Washington avenue and Walnut
ireet. Fricndi of tho family are respect
fully invited to attend.
A New Enterprur. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a line of backa between Cairo
and the terminua of tho Cairo, Arkaniiw
& Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2jo'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with the trains ou that road.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
be left at Field's stable, on lOtb street.
"Wb uavb received a communication
from a niomber oi the Egyptian club in
answer to tho card of Manors. I)owlei,Rnd
A, and D. V. Froit, which appeared in
The Bulletin yesterday morning. If
the writer of tho communication will sub
mit to his full natnn appearing with it, e
would have no objection to give it a placo
in Tub Bulletin. Otherwise we muit
decline to publish an item of tho char
acter and tone of the one referred to, and
bo compelled to keep tho authors name
toourselfis moro than wo aro willing to
Rev. Frku, L. Tnousox and family
left by the 3:30 train this morning for
their now home in Jorseyville, lllinolii
wboru Mr. Thompson will bavo charge of
tho M. K. church. During his sojourn In
this city Mr, Thompson, by his strict at
tention to his duties as a minister of the
gospel, and by his courtesy and klndneii
towards tbose with whom bo came in con
tact, won the respect and eiteem of the
entire community. In his new home we
wish hlra tbe same success that attended
his efforts while in charge of the M. E.'
church in this city.
Notice to Farsenobrs' On and after
Monday, October Otb, an extra accommo
dation train will be run between Cairo
and Mound City, leaving Ctlro at &30 b,
m. Returning, leave Mound City at 0:06
a. m. Fartiei wishing to attend court U
Mound City should avail thomselvei of
this train, Uoswbll Milled,
B. F. Bcbxiidi, Superintendent.
Mr. Job Cormiuk, wearoglael to say.
is rapidly Improving, and will sooa bo
able to bo about again.
Mr. Wu, Eiii.ekb Is anxious to inform
bis friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that he doei hit win fitting
In gaiters, line boots and shoes. In fact
all hi work is done in bis own shop.
W b met on tbe street to-day Dr., Doug
las fresh from Bl. Louts and the fnlr. The
Doctor claims to be ''as handsome as ever,
if not moro so," and we are ready to agree
with him In this, as In everything else.
The doctor alio claims to have one of the
finest dental establishment to be found in
the West, with a ccrnplote stock of don
triflcei, with all the late improvements In
tools that make dental work easy, elegant
and attractive. To tbla we Dot only
agree, but are ready to swear if need be.
Add to this the fact that Douglas Is al
ways biaiseir, and alwaya at home to wel
come you with smiles, and you know why
it is pleasant to visit hit ofllce whether
your tooth achos or not.
A meetimu of tho Chambur of Com
murco was held yeitorday morning at ten
o'clock. About thirty members were
present. After calling tho roll, tbe read
ing of tho minutos wai dispensed with,
when, on a calling for roports, Mr. B.C.
l'ace, from tho committee on memorializ
ing tbe circuit court in reference to tho
dliadvantages accruing to tbe business
men of the city by reason of the injunc
tion restraining tbe loading and unload
ing of cars on the inner track on the I. C.
R. R. on tbe Ohio levoe, stated, that in
answer to tho prayer of tbe petitioner!,
the Injunction had been dinolvcd. Tho
Chamber thereupon accepted the report.
Tbe next buiines before tbe board, was tbe
election of a president to All tbe vacancy
occailoned by tbe resignation of Capt. I).
Hurd. Mcisr. Wood Rlltenl ouse, II. C.
Halllday, Col. Hudson, O. 0. Pace, Mayor
Wood and one or two others wero placed
in nomination. Tbe first ballot being
taken and no choice being made, the can
didates were all dropped except Messrs.
llallidnyaud Writtonhouae, who bad tbe
highest number of votes. On the second
ballot Mr. Ilalliday received a majority
of all tbe votes cast and
was declared elected. Mr. Ilalliday
wai conducted to tbo chair, and after
thanking tbe board for tho honor confer
red upon him, at once proceeded to busi
ness. Capt. Weirrick was elected mem-
ber of the board of directors j Mr. X.
Linton member of tbe board of arbitra
tors, and George M. Alden member of the
board of appeali. Mr. Burnett was then
directed to advortlie for proposals for a
new lec-etary, after which tho board ad
journed. Yevtehiiat afternoon the Riverside
club, of Mound City, and tbe Nemo club,
of Cairo, played tbe second game of the
series, in which the Riveriidei were de
feated by a core of thirty-two to forty.
The game wai without doubt the most in
letellng played In tbil city during tbe
season. Both clubi did some fine batting
and fielding. The Riversides had but six
of their regular nine here, and they attri-
i-uiB moir Uof.t to I Ms fact. At tbe con-
cluiion of tho game (dearly six o'clock),
mo Jiouna city boys were Invited to par
take a supper prepared for them at the
Arlington bouio, at tho expense of the
Nemos. The meal was a sumptlous one,
and that tbu "boys" did it juitice it a fact
to which Mr. Ellis will attest. Tbe fol
lowing I the scoro of the game:
Fettll, c f 3 4
D. Frost, 8 b 4 4
uugnes, i t) 6 0
Bowlei, p 8 C
Sbucker, a 4 4
Brady, 2 b 6 3
Parker, I f 5 2
Fulton, r f , 4 4
A. Fruit, c 6 1
Eldred, c ,
O'Donnell, 1 b ,
Sullivan, s s
Streeter, 3 b
Moll, 2 b
Powers, r f
Montgomery, 1 f.
iluoter, c f
ToUl 32 27
Nomo 3, 3, 10, 11, 0, 1, 3, 2, 640
Riveriidei 2,6, 0, 4,7,4,3,2,532
Nemos ovor Riversidos.i 8
M. J. Ilowloy, of tho Egyptians, um
pire; D. II. Carter (R) and Chat. A. Snup
Time ol game, 2 hours and 19 minutos.
Rev. II. It. Thayer is now preparing
sermons upon tbe following subjects:
1st. "Who Wu Josui," historically?
2d. "Woman's Position In tbe Bible."'
3d. 41 Tho Prophecies of the Bible."
4th. ''Pray or and Modern Science,"
6th. " What it True Revelation ? "
Ctb. "Noah's Ark in the light ot His
tory, Scionce Revelation."
Tho first of these discourses will be do
liverod (D. V.) Sabbath evening, October
actb. The other will follow on the suc
ceeding Babbalb evening. Mr. Thayer
will also prepare and deliver a sormon on
tbe facts with reference to the "antiquity
of man.'! These subjects will be treated
fairly, candidly and thoroughly, in the
full light of modern science and discus
sion, the object being to correctly ascer
tain 11 what is truth."
From Mr. Thayer's well-know and rec
ognized ability it cannot be doubted that
be will handle tbe subjects above referred
to In a sclentifio and logical manner.
Wb need not remark that the oyster Is
a good thing to have in the bouse ; every
body knows that ; but It may be necessary
to say that tbe best oysters in the city
may be found at tbe oyster saloon of
Amandus Jaeckel. He hat fitted up
rooms In ine stylo, and bat mtde arrange
mentt by which he will be able to obtain
daily supplies of fresh oysters, whtoh be
is prepared to dish up to customer! In any
manner. Call upor Jaeckel end trj hit
A carol ear ring last Sunday evonlng.
The tinder will be rewarded by rtturnlng
it to C. R. WOODWARH.
We are receiving on consignment, a
large lot of prime Iowa onions, which
wu ofler to tbe trade cheap, either by the
bushel or barrel.
lO-'J-lOl II a l.l.l day Broi.
Cairo. Illinois. Octrber S. 187:1.
TbeUruiot l)als Jl Linton bus this ilny
dlssohtd by mutual consent. E, V, Dln
continuing tbe business.
Davis A I.i.ntun.
I cheerfully recommend my late partner
xi. r . uavts to tne old patroni or me iirm,
N. Lis io.v.
Gab and Steamtilting on abort notice,
Brow Blocks J-2Btf.
Oi) to B. F. Blaku's lor everything In
tbe Steam and Gaifitting line. !l-28tf.
Chandelier, Brackots, Pendants,
Globes, etc. for salo at prices that cannot
be boat, by B. F. Blako, Bros' Block.
Fob OAs and steam fitting go to Ret -
nie'a Vulcan Iron wo'ks, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth streot. !'-10-tf
Wanted. A fino Coat Maker can got
constant work and good priced by apply
ing Ht No. 2 Broadway, Pnducuh, Ky.
dibw.lf Merchant Tailor.
For Sale Cheat. Ono span good,
young mules, alao a double wagon. Will
eell them togethoror separately. Enquire
of Hume, Loom is A Co.,
tf No. 01 Ohio Lcve,
Dr. W. R Smith has removed his of'
Ace to the second story of Louis Herbert's
new brick building on Eighth ttroet, ho-
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nue, where he hat more comfortable and
commodious quarters. 8-10-tf
P. Fitzgorald at bis rooms, cornor
"Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Guinness' Porter &
Baas' ales and pure Hennesiy brandy,
ad the genuine Asgoiture blttors, all
rtt-clan cholera cures.
Pitrtlet desiring tbe position of Secre
tary of the Chamber of Commerce are
requested to write, stating torms, to II. L
Ilalliday, president. All letters must be
in the hands of tbe board of directors
previous to 10 a.m. Saturday, October 18,
By order of tbo board.
E. A. Burnktt, Secretary pro-tern.
I take this opportunity to inform tho
citizon of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resumo my practice in tbe city
of Cairo on or about the lit of December.
J-SO-tf. P. L. Williams, Dantiit.
By tbe Cairo Turngemelnde for the
benefit of the Men.phis sufferers, Tuesday
evening, October 21, at Phllli' ball. Ad
minion SO cents.
W. F. Kucuenreceer,
Committee of Arrangements.
R. June, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork tolei, Scotch bottoms, and
tbe lateit improvement in the line uf bit
business. Only tbe bust ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be flrstclats in every respect
.Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth streot. 10-7-tl
JCT received at Ebler't, Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, thn finest French calf, pat
ont leather and Morocco for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect fit and satisfaction at
tured. Any pereont in need of boots and
shoe should call on Ebler't, examine hit
stock of leathers and leave their orders,
Central House On Sixth street be
tween Commercial and Washington
This house baa recently undergone thor
ough repairs, and h now in first-clau con
dition for tho accommodation of the trav
eling public, Boardors accommodated. on
reasonable terms. A share of patronago
is solicited. Mat. T. N. Gaffney,
For Sale. Two desirable lots No. 7
and 8, block 70, city; corner of Tenth and
Walnut streets. Will bo sold with or
without tbe house on lot 8. For particu
lars, etc., apply to. '
1 o-l l-a w Mathcsb & UlIL.
Two Batleries of two Boilers, each 24
foot long, 42 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with tire fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in flrst-clais
order; been used only three months.' For
price, etc.. Inquire ot J. T. Rennie,
O-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
AT THE AT1IENEUM.
OCT. 17, 18, 10, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 2J, 27
Admission : Ounl and lady to one loc
ture, 50 cent ; gent and lady to tbe full
coune, $4. Reiervtd seat for full course,
f 1 extra, or 25 cents a nigbt.
Antiquity of man illustrated by paint-1
Woman's poiitlon In tbe Bible.
What wu Jesus? Did ho rise from the
Racei of mankind and their dettlay II
lustra'ed. , ?
Minerali and Metals,
Prophecies of the Bible.
Prayer In the light of Modern Science,
Noah's Ark seiantlflrally eonsidero,
The ComlngDayr-' ocWlMt
The Cairo Cstlne will give a foclal ball
In Waalungtoa bell on Monday evening,
November 3( to which all their friend art
Invited. Tickets 1, at the door.
J. KtEBLBB, )
' P. Hbim, ( Oca,,
.o;jflflt, q,JvH. J
Tbo barbor ihbp 11 'on tbe corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stlon house with his gen-
tlomonly assistant! ran bo found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and bead with good sham
poo. It is a tint-class shop, and you are
suro of rccoivlne first-class treatment.
Ladio' and children's hair cut or curled
after tbe most approved styles. 8-16-tf
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlit physi
cian, late of Hbawnoetown, has located In
this city and Intonds making it his home
The doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
monded, and rofora to the ofilcors of tho
First National bauk of Shawneotown, to
whom he is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fnir share of the patronage of
our citizens. Ofllce 140 Commercial eve
NEW ADVE11TISEM EXTS
( AKPENTEU & BUILDER
- cohniik ok
Tenth Mreol nisil W. tlll-ton At rime
ETTAII kinds of jobbing work done 011
Wort notice, ami 111 gojii styio, Le.ue or
ders at tlu Khop;
F. W. STKAU'JZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. tith St. and Comtnerclnl Ave.
Boots and Shoes mado to order, and in
the latest und mostfaihlonable styles.
No. IB OHIO LE VaXB, tor. 4 III ht,
The largest line of cloth and piece goods
or tue finest Uniy, anu greatest vuricty
ever brought to this market. These iroods
were bought at prices that enable mo to
sell them at ten per cent, lower uVurcs than
any bouse In Cairo.
GUARANTEE GOOD FITS
and entire satisfaction in every rcipert.
We also keep a full and complete stock of
UKNTS FUKNISIIINO GOODS.
KKA.DY MADK CLOTHING,
U ATS, CAl'S, BOOTS, SHOKS, ic.
Uvsrpool, New. Ton abd rhltaialnhu
eaoaa ooaraAci witb cmitd statu n saiTist
Fur OnrjlnK the Mail
FOR PASSAGE TIUKKTH
oa iraTB oaniTioa
iPPi'.Y TO JOHN O. DALK, A01
IS Broadway "w.Iorx, urto
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
UMBEK OF ALL KINDS
aJBJi .!VD Norr.
Keep eenstiuitly on band
Flooring and Si iino, ai.ho Lath.
HILL AMI) TAB!) OOP.VKB THIRTY-FOURTH
BTKEET AJID OHIO I.KVEE.
JAIRO, - ILLINOIS 7-aOtl
JOHN B. PHLLI8 k 80N,
(Buootsscr to John H. I'hlllis.J
PORWARDIB O MKROHANTS
DEALERS IN" HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AGKNTS KOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Oob. Tbmtii Sthbet a ijma Levee
(Ml HO, ILL.
J. O. HATUEWBOIT,
And Agent for
HAti.au akd DuroxT Powder Co.,
BKMI8, BROWN CO.
Aann Uomi CtTtOK Mill 1
NO. OU. I4TII, ObsTC, Bl.
imiOMAN Si I'UOST,
(Successors to II, lllxby.)
AMI DKil.XHS IN
Country Produce or ah. Kinds,
Wtvsh In, tots Avttinp,
llctueen Eighth and Ninth Srrrts.
Ilavlnir Mircbaned Ilia entire htork of II.
lli.vbv nnil nddeil t it very tmileri.illy, we
ask a share ol public patronage.
We will Keep on liautl tiotniug mil me uei
gond, and will sell at 11 close margin.
uootis delivered 111 any pari 111 ins cnv
free ot charge, U-24 1 111
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cement, Pladteh, IJ a ik, Ktc.
.Vo Ohio l.f-trf.
KTTl will cll in car load loti nt uianulac
tururn' price, adding freight. 4-!MI
1 1 HUM A N SCUM KTZSTO I J 1' V,
(Successor to 11. Thlelecke.)
Ileitis r 1st All Ulnila
IlETWKEN TENTH AND ELEVENTH hTRKETP
Having purchased the grocery establish
ment of II. riileleeke. I shall iilwavi keen
on hand a full and fresh supply nl all the best
Soods m my line, to lie round in 1110 tniirxci.
y strict attention to business, and lair deal
In ir. 1 bono not onlv to retain all the custom
tlio place ha enjoyed in the past, but to add
to tne list many new patrons. Ankiug u
lair chare of pulillc patronage,
Respectfully, Ukkman Sciimktzmtoiifk
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & Blake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
tad the eelcbrated illumlnatla
BROS "'LDII.UIN", OOP ilTlIHT. t CIJ
Caiko - . Il.l.mrnn
R. J. CUND1FF,
GKN URAL PRO DUCK
No. 17 Kioiitii Sr.,
COFFJJV, HARRISON A CO.,
(Successors to O. Hurd It Son.)
ri.OUB.URAIN AM) HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovoe, OA I RO, 1 LLS.
VVOOU RITTWNHOUSK Sl URO
General CommiBnion Morohnn
I HI OHIO LRVKK
B. F. BL 4 KE,
(Sueecsor to II. T. Oerould.)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
Oak and Steam Pu-e Fittinui,
UI.UIIE AXU A.UI.E VAI.VKS,
LEAD l'Jl'K AND I'U.Ml'M.
tlTUrlve welli put down tu any part ol
the city or surrounding countrv,
182 COMMERCIAL AVKNUK,
HKNS B Ml (IK.
GRKKN & GILBERT,
OOUNBRLOR8 AT LAW,
Witltaia H.UrerD, 1
William U Olltxtt, V CAIRO, 1LMNOIB,
sMrBpMisl attaatlOB xUeo t idmtialtv tad
ovnoB onio lbvbb, booms Tint ovn
OITT WATIOMAL BAaTB.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
; WHAXT-BOAT 1 BOPBIBTOB,
rtcpared to for tr 1 til kl-t Is of It eights
to all point.
It IB 'redid it presnetlTl
Kit Peraors eisis take the Btttcre I
wu to direction, and remain long on wen. 1
their tionc are tint deKtrored br miner! c
other means, and vital organs watted bcyoadl
poim or repair.
Ilrsnensla or InilUrcatloas. Headache. '
In the Shoulder. Cough. Tlghtnen of the Cn
nuilnow. soar F.rnctatlona or tne stomach.
Tastn In ths Month, nillou Attacka Palnltatlai
the Heart, tnnamraatlon of the I.nnE. Pain Inl
rcnon ni mo Kiiiney. ana a nanorea ower peii
pjmpinm are ine on-spnaxn or irjspepaia. s
tiottla win prove a better Eiiaraatee of It mi
nun b irnitinj aovfrusemtnu
For Femslt Coissnlalnta. In voanc or I
married or single, at the dawn ot womanhood!
mo tarn or inc. mcse ionic nitiera aiapian
iiccnicu n innucQce mas unproTement is
For Inflammatory and Cttrntile Ithl
niatlsm and (.out. uuioua. Remittent and isj
oilltont t'evrr. Dlwue of the Blood. Urer. I
nej and madder, thfse Bitter hare no e
fucn iiisc sitra are caused ny v mated niooa. J
Thsjrsrs a (entl Pnrstatlre aa wall
Tonic. DOMCMtnir the merit of actlni sl
powerful eent In rellerlnE Cpnjtestlon or lafll
tnauon or tne Liter ana visceral urstnt, aa
For Skin Dlsrasss, Eruption, Tetter, :
Carbuncles, Ulng-wornu. Scald-urad, Sore El
hrjsipoiw, iion, Mcnns, uiscnioraiionaortnesfl
numon ami Discxsr or ine nun or wnaicTer na
or nature, are llterallr dug np and carried!
01 tne sjsicm in a anon ume dj ine dm oi 1
araleful Thousand proclaim TntEdiB I
txim inn most woontrrai lnngoraai uuu
austolned the sinking system.
n. ii. .7icikAt.n . ro.
Drngglst and (ten. Arm., Han Francisco,
cor. of U'aahlntnoa and Charlton 8Ul. N.V.
HOLD UY A IX UHLT.OISTS A DEALS
Ome Lbvbb Oaiho, Itt
NEW LIVERY STABLJ
RBTWBBK WAtn'H AVBKUB ABD WALBl
Ur. II. r, ri1d Iaforau loo pnbllo that k
ob th Borthw! (id of Ttata strwl aa
ills Hiabl wUl be furnlshd with b bat
AND GOOD VEHIOLBS.
and the public may be accommodated at I
hour of the day and night with safe teal
on the lowest term. I
Dr. Fields aMta a share of public patronal
and will endeavor to merit it by fair deall
anu unci aiienuon to ouu
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levoe, bet, 4th and 6th atreett,
MEALS AT ALL UOUR9.
A tine new Dlnlnit Uall with every cd
entetice ha been added to this popul
Kestaurant, ana tne rueu win una eve.
'equinto lor inoiraccotnouauoa.
THE U1LL OK rAiue
xjnslirt ol every tubtUntlal and delicacy I
it tupplled with the
CHOICEST LIQU0RS.W1NES &CI0A
larMlxed drinks prepared witk care.
R. SMYTH A CO., I
j WHOLISALB GROCKRS,
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18th St.
CAIlVi It Is
Ale, keep eeaisaallr oa haa4 a Bieet
pwsa bsm mt
MONK ASS mil WbUbUBI
Fort, lladerla, Sherry and Oetewbe Yi il
AUCTION 8AI.E OF UNCLAIMED
Will be told at auction at tht Centj
house on Sixth ilreet, Cairo, nnnoit, on 1
lit uay 01 noyeinoer, ai tv o cioca m.m
large quantity of unclaimed bagi to
liry entreei tnereon
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