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XOCAL WE1TIICR REPORT.
OntMTKR't OrricE, Caiho, Ilk"., )
Ustobir XI, 10:11 .u., 1373. J
Haremeler, IO.-30 degrees.
Thermometer, It degrees.
TTiad nortaeast, Telocity 0 mUn per
Maxltaau temperature lor Wit 'U bows,
Ulounuta temperature lor tie lait'Je hours,
Prevailing ttUJ fur lest M hours, west.
Telel nemos of tulles traveled by wind
durlag last 34 hoars, .
Observer Stsnal Service, U. H. A.
nai 0,. Harwato. Oku. Tbrupp
JOHN Q. UARMAN 4 CO.,
And Land Agent of the Illinois Central
and llurllngteu ami Missouri Itallroad com
panies. rlti Onr, talks Rt. nnd Ohio Iim
nflr lor sale at lo? figures and easy terms
y. 'Wing real estate .
U In tho "iosT U'.ck" rn!''
block Irom ,.'teentu to
gh i v.., ...i,, ..,nertv
Msteentb streets, " ' rcT, ft '
iniuecuy. i,u jiiu hlrtfiiiili
ligton avenue, between - """""1 1
fourteenth ettoeu., wet side-?00 V,"
story dwelling bonus on each lot. . ' , ,
tail t. sdjoininz tbe last before nun..
Lot H, b 'Al, city, on Sixth street, soutli
aide, between Commercial and Washington
No 'I Lota 7 and , 1) 3S. corner ol Four
teenth and l'oplar itreeta, front ou l'oplar
street, weit tide. opposite jiost-oftlca block.
No 4 Splendid business building, rcsl
dene in aecond story, 0 room, ball nnd
front and rear stairway, wat;ron both lloor,
la number ona condition: situated on north
wait corner ol Commercial avenue nnd
Twellth street. A great bargain If told
.No 4 I-ot 4, b '11. Commercial avenue,
betweeu Fourth and Filth street. 'Jl,
b 2, ou Washington avenue, between Klitb
and Sixth atrevta.
No a-Slx loU In b , 1st ad. High
ground. 200 each on easy payment-.
No 0 Lota 1 and a, Inbfi north corner ol
Tenth and Let oe streets, licit buslnei loav.
tlon In tbe city term cu)'. Lot'.!!. 'i and
U In b l'J, 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
and l'oplar street". Alw thre lotj in court
bouse block, fronting on Poplar street.
Nu 7 LotilS andJlV, bllt outh aide ol
Twenty-first street, opposite "Convent
Slock "very desirable lor residence pur
Not Ten ol .the choicest lot, In Mock
17, 1st addition, above trade, bcautlml reti
atence location, will bo oold at a unit bar
gam. We call particular attention to till
yropertr ai It will bo old very low.
No 9 That elegant reildcnce on Seventh
tract, awoed by Capt. Hitrd, Irontlti 75
faet on Seventh atrcet, and runnlfiL' back
SOO feet to Sixth. Tblt property i well
known to the citizen ol .Cairo and vicinity a
na al tat mont complete and convenient
rekldencea in tbo city. It lias all the :on
renlencei appertalnliii; to a limt-cla borne.
Tha gronndt are lilk'iily einbellUhed with
altct ahrubbery aua Inilt In abundance ;
earrlage houae, -l.iulo and otitbulldlngillrt.
cUm. Uwlnto tbe removal ol Capt. llnrd
thl property will be told at a great bargain.
aDtayterm. ANo two low on cornerThlrd
street and Mlnialppl levue. The I-exee
bulldlnv-, formerly occupied by Cnpt. llurd,
UibS.ublo levee. ".prlnclleld lllock," lor
No 10 An clciTitit renldcncc with fourlott
la b tT7. .Iivlnr n'.f prv chean 11 01
No 11 A So. 1 cottaKO on Fourth atreet.
eiween uuiinKion htchuo aim niuufc
Filth treet very dclrable property.
No Pi New two-awry dwelling In prime
irder. on Locut street, lilhct gronud in
.... ... . I. -I i
ut Cliy, iwo ioi. i rice i m.
No i An elegant residence with nbout
kreeacrenof ground, covered with allklndi
r ule cheap.
Wabavelornle orlcate vacant and 1m-
roved property In all portion of the
Ity. Aim over 25.000 acres of unimproved
mds In Alexandcrand l'ulsikl counties, at
xtremely low figures, amun traeu m run
orchaser. We are ageota for the Illinois
eatral railroad lands in this and l'ulaikl
ountlet It.tllroad lands not sold prior to
ioveiuber next will pan into other hand.
!aw is tho time to purchase.
KMianAMTB TO IUK ORX AT Wilt. ,
TT are tbe agents of tho llurlington and
laamirt iLniiroaii romnanr. vtiiu uuur lor
da In Iowa and Ncbra-ka millions of acres
' the l.r.t lana on me coniineni, an ten
sars credit. 6 per cent. Interest. .Maps,
smphlets, circulars nnd all necessary lnlor
atlon relative to thote lands and how tt
aeh them furnished upon application,
ill at ance and examine for your. Ives. Ap
y to JOHN Q. IIAItMAN CO.,
cor. nixiu ana icvca tut., auu, ih.
Jure 7, 1S73.
COFFEY, H AHHISON i CO.,
(Successors to I. Uurd8a.) ZZZ
n,oim,it.ix AXIS II AY.
No 63 Ohio Leveo, CAIRO, ILLS.
C. J, AVER!.
AYEKS Si CO.,
No. 78 Onto Lkvkk, Uaiko, Ills.
K. 0. JfAUK to CU.,
A N 1
OUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
B. F, PARKE K,
(Bucceisorto Tarkert lllakc.)
A.INTS AND OILS
ffllfDO W U-JjAH CI.
Aad Ibe ctlsbrtlea illuiulnatla
WiniLutNO cob LVra bt. aou
JUSTIUE OF THK I'EAOK.
Wr. are authorlxed to annoutico Ctlit.
It. Kti.k al n candidate for Justice ol tho
peaco In tho North Cairo precinct.
KOR COUMTy" JuIlOE.
AVx are nnlhorlied to announea that
F. Unois will be a candidate fur tbe otlce
ol County Judge of Alexander eounty,
"We are authorised to announge that W.
M. McI'betcri will baa candidate for
the oClce of County Judge of Alexander
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
Wo are aulliorlxed to anntunct that
Jacoi G. Ltkcb will be a candidate for
EutTOft iiULLKTl.f Please announce
my nurne as a candidate for the offiee of
county oltrk. John U. chowlkt.
We are authorized to announce Josxru
T. UavIboX as a candidate for tbe oflce
A county clerk, at the ensulne November
election, subject to tbe decitilon of tbe
voters or Alexander county,
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
We are authorized to announee Joust II.
Uoslkf as a candidate for tbe office ut
Kditok or Tux Rollxtis You will
please announce my name as the people's
candidate lor county treasurer, al the en
suing November election. Intending and
desiring to serve tbe people, 1 hope to be
eiectci tiy the people.
S-ZOtd WILLI AW AIAHT1N.
'authorized to announce Tiioa.
At a candidate for the oTIce
of county lupurln.
'endcnl of schools.
"We h autliorized to ati
ounce Mrs S.
is a candl-
dkte lor luperiiTWndeut of scl.oo!f.
l'LXAar. announce nie as a cndldaU for
Suporintondent of Pub.'ic Instruction of
Alexander county. .
Mim.P. A. Tat loh.
Wisaro author!r.d to annotate JltttAM
V. Putnam, of liaxlewood, us AjinJI
3ate for county superintendont cf JiMio
"Wie are autborizrl to announce Ur.
ALrKEb W. McUeeof Clear Creek, as a
candidate for county commissioner of
Alexander county, At the ensuing Novem
1 hereby announce myself us a Candi
da to fur tm) otrico of county comralsilonor,
ht tbo approaching elpctlon.
J a. E. MeCfttTX.
Editor Hcli.ktin : Please nonsnnce
rnaas a candidalu for tho office of County
Commissioner. Thomas Mabtin.
Km tot. Dulletin:
Plonro announce that I nm a candidate
fur county commissioner.
Caiho, Ill., October 18, 1672.
We arn authorized to announce Ms.
Gkoiiok Fl'-ilrr. as acand'.dato tor Coun
ty Commiisioner, at tbe ensuing Novem
We aro authorized to announco James
L. SANDr.r.i,of Clear crouk, as n candidate
for county commissioner.
W aro authorized to announce Ai,zx
tNlicn C. IIodoe of Unity, as a eau
iidaio for County Commissioner.
IIaviko been solicited by numerous
voters of Alexander county to become a
:andldato for the ofice of county com
missioner. I hereby announce tbat I will
be a candidate for'that ofilre, at the ensu
ing November election,
, s t e s i tt tH He
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
l'KOCLAMATlON-liy virtue ol tho au-
Vinrliv vmtrH In mo lir thn rbarter anil or-
. -J - - -
1 1 . - , . I I. r r Ul.n Wnn,l
uiuaiiccB oi uiu cu; ui aii', mvm., i, w,
mayor ol said city, do hereby direct and or
dcr Uie closing of all saloons and places,
within the city of Cairo, where intoxicating
liquors aro sold, on Tuesday, Nov. 4, tho A,
1). 1873, between the hours of 7 a.m. and
p.m. John "Woon, Major.
Go to fi. F. Blake's for everything in
the Steam aad Gai fitting line. 9-Vltf.
CiAsiELXEAi, Brackets, Peadants,
Globes, etc. for sale at prices tbat eannot
be beat, by B. F. Blake, Bross' Bloek.
CtiAt. it. Ktlk is announced this morn
ing as a candidate for Justico ef the
Peaco In tbe North Cairo precinct. Jlr.
Kyle is well known to all the citizens of
Cairo, and should roceive a large vote to
day. Ut. Wu. Euleks is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and easlon
era generally, that .s e'en hit eir fitting
in gaiters, fine loots and shoes. la fact
all his work is dona ia bit own shop.
R. Jokks, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest improvements in the line of bis
business. Only the best ana Most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be nrstciass in every respcet.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Du. IlRiaiUM claims to be tho only
regular homwopatlnc physician in the
city, and has, by closo attention to his
profession and successful treatment of dli-
o&sos common to this region of country,
established a first clan practice among
tho best larnllles of our city. Seo his card
among our now advertisements.
Tho barber shop it on the corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. .George Stlonhouse with his goo
tlemenly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your footings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a Urst-clnns shop, and you ara
suro of receiving first-class treatment.
Lndles' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most Approved styles. 8-10-tf
Mrt. Ki'.KD. WiNTKniiERa has Just re
turned from St. Louis, whoro ho purchasod
as fine a stock of tbo various grades of
lino loatber as was ovor brought totbis
city, and proposos to work it Into boots
and shoes (or bis customers, lie makes
flnobootsa ipeolalty, and Is confident of
THJC DAMP DAILY BULLETIN, TUE8DAV,
Ms ability to cope with any eeot-tasker In
this oily In this Una ef work. He en
plots none bat the best workmen, and as
a consequence turns out only frst-elass
work. While lu Bt. Louis ba visited all
tbe principal shops and teeurad paterae of
all tbe latest styles and improvements,
and will give his ouitonaers tha aenelt of
thesi. Work done pronptly and on short
notiee. All work warranted, 10-2K.m.
Uavior been annotated asilesee of tbe
stoek ot asillinery gooJs ef Mti. Anna
Lang, tor tke beaelt f ker eredlters, I
will sell tke sane at publle auetlen on
Thursday, Kovesoeer sixth, U78, at tke
old stand ea Kiibtn street. Hale to cosa
mence at V a'eloek and aontlnua freus day
to day anlll all tke goods ara sold.
Join 11. GsstMAV, Assigaee.
Cau, October II, 117.1.
"or ais aad (team Ittlag go ta Raa
nle's Vulcan Iron worki, Comeserelal
avenue, feot of Ninth street. t-10-tf
Oas aad Steanlttlng on abort notice
Hross' Bloek. 9-2tl.
P. Fitxgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, ofers for sale Oalnnesa' Porter A
Haas' ales aad pure lien Bessy brand v.
and tke genuine Acgosture kltters, all
first-class cholera cures. Trr them
By Hartman, a floe
At a great bargain.
Call at Hartmsn's salesroom. 101 Com
Dr. Lavarty, boraoeopathist phvsi-
clao, late of Shawneetewn, has located In
this city and Intends making It his borne
doetor comes to Cairo well reeom
mended, refers to the officers of the
First National bajk of Shawneetown, to
ch"M bo is well known, having practiied
bis profesb'ia among then for years. He
solicits a fair share cf tbe patronage of
our citizens. Office UO Commrril
A hj ExTiRrRiex. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a i.'"o of backs between Cairo
and the Urinlnui of tbe Cairo, Arkansas
A Texas railroad, making Ifo trips each
day. leaving Cairo at I .o'clock c m., and
and 3 j o'clock, p. m., maki.ig close con
nection with tbe trains on Chat road.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
be left at Field's stable, on lO'.h street.
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS II
Stewart A Gbolson are showing tho
most varied and attractive stock of dress
goods in tbe city, and are selling them at
prices that cannot be duplicated.
I take this opportunity to Inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practice la the city
of Cairo on er about tka lit of December.
-e.tf. T. L. Williams, Dentist.
FOR 8 A LI..
Two Katteries of two oilers, eaek 24
feet long, 2 Ineb Dram, 3 14 inch Flues
with irefrooU. Mud aad Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchtn, all aomplete and in frst-elass
order"; been need only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ( J. T. Rknvie,
9-:t-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
A clergyman, while residing in South
America as a missionary, discovered a
sale and simple remedy for the cure of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseases of
the urinary and seminal organs, and the
wholo train of disorders Brought on by
baneful and vicious habits. Great num
bers have boon cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a desire to benefit the al
tided and unfortunate, I will send the
receipt tor preparing and usir.g this med
icine in a sealed envelope, to anyone who
needs it,re f charge. Addross
Josxrn T. Inuan,
Station D, Rible House, New York.
August '2t, 1 yr
Jeer received at Kbler'e, Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, the finest French calf, pat
ent leather aad Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfeet It and satisfaction as
sured. Any persons in need of boots and
shoes should call ea Ebler't, examine bis
stock of lsathers aad leave their orders,
Best prints 10 cents, at Stewart ft
Price Current Orrici,
Monday, Eve., Not. 3, 1873.
Tbe general condition of the market
remains about tbe same as last reported.
Transactions have not been large, but
t'nero is a feeling of confidence pervading
business circles tbat speaks well for the
future, foretelling an early resumption of
active business, and undoubtedly a heavy
tall and winter trade in grain and flour.
Tho money market at New Orleans is
much improved, and now instead of pay
ing 6 and C per cent., as heretofore, mer
chants are enabled to make remittances
by bills of exchange at 1 per cent. Frizes
too, although lower, are still fair and leave
a fair margin for shippers from this point.
Sales however are slow.
Rates of freight to New Orleaui are
easy and lower. The Howard was re
ceiving at the wbsrf to-day at 20 cents
por hundred woigbt for pound freights,
and 60 cents per bbl on flour, Ac.
Correspondents should bear indmln
that these quotations are for round lots
from first hands. For broken and small
lots, and in filling orders, an advance
Is charged over these pricesM
FLOUR Continues to drag. Stocks
are moderately large and tbe demand
limited. Transactions warn confined
mostly to a small order trade from tha
South and sales in small lots lor tbe city
retail trado. Sales embraco 300 bbls of
various grades at from $0 to f 8 75; 60
bbls single X, $4 75; 100 bbls various
grades, WfoB ; 500 bbli do, on orders, 5
; 100 bbll do, r, 73 . 100 bbls do, $4
(;.;b oo, and 100 bbls do, $1(3)3 SO.
uai lbere is a fair demand for
strictly choice at our outside quotations.
Low grades are dull and neglected. We
note sales of three tars choice tltnotbv. de
llvered, $)7C0j two cars do, delivered,
fic 50 ; live cars common mixed, $14 C0
16 00, delivered, and two cars clover
mixed sold at $13, delivered
CORN Receipts are light and tbe sup
ply Is limited. There was considerable
inquiry for mixed and white to-day for
shipment to Southern markots. Prices
are firm and unchanged. Sales reported
to-day were COO lacks white del CSc ; 2
cars white del in sacks S46te; 4 cars
mixed sacked and del S3o3c and 'J cars
OATS. Quiet and lower ; receipts ara
light, and demand small. Tbe supply on
the market Is limited. We note sales of
cars as follows ; 51 ears mixed In sacks
del 3940c, S cars sacked and del 41c;
car black do 47c and 2 cars mixed In
bulk on track sold at 13c.
CORN MEAL. Thero is a fair, not to
ay good, demand at reduced prices.
Sales were COO bbls. steam dried del at
BRAN. Not much doing. Quotations
in car lo.td lots to-day at $1C17 per ton.
WHEAT One car chelce Mediterra
nean sold at $1 25.
TURKEYS A few coops have betn
received, but are quoted very dull and
bard to sell at $912 per dozen,
APPLES There is a stoady demand
for choice apples, witb very few in the
market. We note sales of 100 bbls as in
quality at $2 &04 00, and 20bbls Wine-
sap sold at $3perbbl.
ORANGES In fair demand and light
supply. Twenty hole sold at $10(2)11 per
BACON None selling.
POTATOES-In active demand and
vory scarce. Ail receipts find ready sale.
Fit bbls peacbblows sold at $3 O03 2i
per bbl. j
ONIONS Plenty and dull.
CABBAGE We. note sales of 0,000
heads choice At f S10 pir hundred.
BUTTER There Is a steady demand
for a strictly choice article at outsido
quotations. Common is dull. Wo note
sales of 20 pkgs common to choico at 20
2oS0c, and 1,000 11 choice at 28S0c.
CHEESE We note eales nf to boxes
cream cheese at lCc.
EGGS Scarce and In good demand.
Small packages in good order find ready
sale at 30c. We note sales of 10 pkgs at
20c and 1,000 dozn at 1830c.
CHICKENS Tbe market is glutted.
Only tb very choicest can be worked off.
A fuw dressed chickens have been re
ceived and sold at $3 003 50 per dozn.
We noto sales of six coops mixed at $1 60
(&2 CO, 40 dozen do at $2 002 50, and
20 dozen dressed chickens sold at V- 00
LARD SOO lbs tierce lard sold at ;
10 kegs at 10c.
C11BESE Kw Tor Utty lb,
SYRUPS-The demand is fair for
choice at 60c$l V ' d Nw Orleans
PLASTERING HAIR35cper bushel.
LIME-InlotsSl 25 to $1 CO V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale $2(3.2 CO
BURLAPS-2J bushels eora, J ox
15 Jc; do 13ot 10c; 4 bushels oats lc
6 bushels 21c.
SOAP Sbaeffer's German mottled 7Je
Champaign soap, 7Jo.
TALLOW V H 7o.
COFFEE Scare and firm, Java sell
ing at 8536c; Laguayra nan ; Ble
SUGAR Coffee A, 12013.
BEESWAX 21c per lb.
FEATHERS S. G. per lb Sic.
TEAB-lmoerial. 76cs$l 21; Oua.
powder, 75cl 25; Oolong black, 7etJ
$1; Young Hyson, $11 4t.
BROOMS. Dull; common house sell
at $1 SO to 2 50; choice and extra choice
$33 7C; steamboat $4 505 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, comoreised U
Now York. 85e: to Bofton l. Un
compressed, to New York $1 14; to B
RATES To New Orleans and Vleks
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc, 60s
pound freights 25c cwt; bay $7 per
ton; whiskey $1 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHI8-Flour,etc,30e perjbbl
pound freights 15c cwt; bay $4 pir ton
whisky $0o per bbl,
Arrivals and depaitures lor the 48 hours
enuiug at o p.m. iaii evening,
Jim Fisk Paducah
Hollo Meinphi St Louii
F P Gracoy Evanavllle
Lau ra Davis Cincinnati
Anna , Cincinnati
Belle Texas , Cincinnati
Ironsides St. Louis
MollloMooro St. Louis
Tom Jaspor .St. Louis
Jo. Kinney St. Louis
Emma O KUlott St. Lnuis
Bon-Accord St. Louis
Mary Houston Louisville
Grand Tower Memphis
John Oilman Pittsburg
Illlnoi , Cnlumbtii
Belle Memphis Memphis
Emma O Elliott Memphis
F 1 Gra:ey ,..Evansvllle
Hiram Campbell Cincinnati
Laura Davis St. Louis
Grand Tower St. Louis
Bollo Texas New Orleans
Mollle Moore New Orleans
Mary Ilouiton Now Orleans
Tom Jasper New Orloans
Ella White Hirer
Jo Kinney Ylcksbun;
Bon-Accord , ,.., ...Memphis
NOVEMBER 4. l7fl
Twk River. Tne Ohio has risen II
inches during tbe past 24 hours, and will
soon have reached its highest point and
begin a rapid decline preparatory to the
customary December freexe up. This
freeze up, wo venture to predict, will be s
mtie more lovcre than last winter, Just as
lait winter was a little moro severe than
the one before. Our side-wheel Evani
vllle packets will run for a week or ten
dJ as has been their
oustom every m, and then
retire and let the little boats take their
places again to play hldo and seek among
and bars until the Ice puts a stop to their
maneuvers. Our port Hit is for the forty-
elgbl hours ending last night, and makes
a good shnwlns;. Business Is evidently
Improving a little ..Tne Anna re-
sbippod her cargo of furnlturo and sun
dries on tha James Howard, and takes tbe
Howard's cargo to St. Lou! The
Ella was fortunate in finding considerable
freight bore for White river, which gave
hor a fair trip The James Howard Is
fast picking up a cargo, and will leave
on Wednosday for New Orleans.,
The Joe Kinney added 50 tons here for
Vicksburg Tbe Silverthorn brought
229 sacks of wheat 281 barrels ol potatoes
and a lot of sundries. It is her last ap
pearance In the Evansville and Cairo
trade. She retires to the mystic shades
of Pigeon creek. So one of her seribon
yi Capt. McKlnncy left for Now
Albany, Indiana, last evening by rail to
bring down the Illinois Central railroad
tranifer boat lately sompleted by James
Howard ft Co The John Gilmore
brought a tow of coke for St. Louis and is
tbe first of the coal fleet to arrive
Tho Laura Davis has a cargo of cement
for St. Louis The Mary Houston
bad thn largoit trip of people we have
seen In many a day. All the rooms
In hor cabin and Texas were occupied and
there were a large number of deckors. She
was well supplied with freight alio.
Mr. George Wobb of Sralthland, wlillo
spooking around Cumberland dam tbe
other day found an anchor that weighed
1,700 pounds. That has no doubt, rested
beneath tbe waves very many years.
REFORMATIONS FEST.-Dle Dcutsch
Lutberi'rbe Klrche feurt beute das Itelor
elation Felt verbunden mlt Abcndmabl.
DURING this week the leldeu Irwin Or
chestra will give a concert every evening at
tho Casino saloon. Cbas. Wkbbii,
WANTED A white firltodobouse-work
In a small family. Enquire at white cottago
on Tenth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenue, or of E. A. Burnett at
Tiik Bulletin office . io-20 at
WANTED A partner In the commission
and order business. An active busineis
man with small capital can make a good ar
rangement. Address for lu days, care U.
O. Pace ft Co., T. II. W.
KORtukb TKU.KU-A .tortuoc teller
wuo Uvea on Washington avenue, netween
Seventh and Eighth streets, east side, Is
gifted with the science of telling anyone's
fortune, and future events. 1-w-
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novcm
ber 3. and tliroucli the winter, a warm lunl,
will be spread at the Thalia saloon, opposite
1 lie iil'llxtin olllce, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
eeryday. All the delicacies of the season.
Hd iw A. Jaeckkl, Proprletoi.
PROF. HARDY will open his dancing
school on Tuesday evening. October2S, at
8 p.m., at Turners' hall (late 1'hlllis'j, for
gentlemen, and on Saturday, November 1,
2 p.m., for children. Those wishing to at
tend aro requested to be on hand promptly.
HOARDING Mrs. John McGec, having
taken tho house formerly occupied by Mr.
Goodyear, corner of Washington avenue
and Eighth street, will rrom this date be pre
pared to accommo'date boarder by tho day
DANCING SCHOOL Prof. Hardy has
organized his dancing school, and will coin
mence on next Friday evening at 8 p.m., In
Turners' (late Phlllis') hall. Thoso wishing
to attend this tetra will be on hand at that
time. Children's vUss on Saturday next, nt
'J p.m. ' 10-30 St
NOTICE n:lng determined to close my
business house, 1 shall from and after tills
date, sell for :ash only. All pontons in
debted to inc are respectfully iciiucstcd to
close their accounts Immediately. Charles
D. Arter la hereby empowered to collect,
recite, and receipt all claim due me.
FRED. STITCHER has purchased the
barber shop of Geo. Reining, who retiree
for the boucllt of his health. The shop is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and it
new proprietor Is determined to make it
first-class In every particular. He invites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
IT It an IndislTiitiibTu TTici tEat the Cairo
Casino will have tho lstand most enjoyable
ball ou Monday nilit, No ember 3, that ever
occurred in Cairo. Seven of tho best musi
cians have been cnaged to play for the
loveis of good music, and f or those who wlt.li
to trip the light fantastic toe. Tint commit
tee will spare no tlmo or expense to make
tho occasion the most Jigreeablo ol the sea
sou. 10-23 lit
REWARD OK MERIT Tliu V. S. got
eminent has given not only to Dr. l'rlce'
Cream linking Powder, but to liU Special
Flavoring, tho preference, ami lart'o ijuun
titles nre shipped to its military posts. No
more, wosay, than it dcscrvoJ, for It truly
has proved itself In our family all that we
desire, making bread, biscuits, mid cakes
bettor than any other we have lucd, and
Just so have wo found hli Special Flatorliit:
of lemon, nlmond, etc., ut pure, natural,
uud strong as can bo iiiado. Try Ilium arti
cles ladlch' and seo If you do not find them
superior to anything of their kind In the
maikct. 10-29 dftw Iw
J, R. QUNNINGHAM'S carriages aro the
lio.t In the cltv. Ho li.i thn nnlv close car
riage In tho city oil hire. lie will tratisfo;
families to nnd from stoainboats or railroad
depots, night' and day, orders being loft at
85 Commercial avenue. Cunningham would
call attention ot candidates destrlcg to visit
tbojeountry precinct and call upon the
i.nin ti thn fart. thKl lila fcnrlnc wniwnH are
precisely adapted to thlh purpose. They
were apparently mado for tne business.
Either ol them will carry a candidate and
all tbe Working friends necessary to capture
ever' vote outside of Cairo, In Alexander
county. 10-31 tn.
WELL done, rood and faithful i.rr.nt
This Is the plaudit being proclaimed from
the mountains to tho sea, In reference to
tbe tramendent merits of Dr. McCabe's re
nowned medicated blackberry brandy. It
has been the means ol rescuing thousands
of precious met from the Jaws of death
The voice ol wisdom saye usi- It. Only
soul in bottles, net er otherwise
Goldstlue ft Roscnwater withes to Inform
the public thut they bare reduced all best
prima 10 iu cents per yard, and all other
There will be a business meellng at the
rtrmoryiiiis i-nuay evening, at 7i o'clock,
or the election of officers. Members are all
requosted to attend. By order or the
( UAitr.rs Kyle. Secretary.
Cairo, III., October 3d, 1S73.
IlAving relleted Charles 1). Arterlrotn my
employ, all persona are hereby cautioned
not to fill any orders from him, or pay any
debts to him on my account or owing to me,
as I shall not recotfnire any of bis acts from
and after this date. D. Artkm.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING.
Miss Adelaide Phillips and Sirs. L. T. llrleirs
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, would respectfully announce
to the ladles el Cairo and vicinity, that they
are reccMng a lull line of fashionable mill-
nery goods, and are prepared to furnish
tbelr patrons with hats and bonnets Irom
tho cheapest to the most expensive.
VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st we expect to deal ex-
cluslvcly In gentlemen's and gent's furnish
ing good, and having on hand a large and
well assorted stock of tail and winter dry
goods, notions, et: ,ctc.,whlcli we desire to
closo out entirely, we take this method to
Inform tbo public that we shall, alter Nov
ember 1st, sell nil poods in our torc In tbe
dry good Hue, at first cot. All ouruooda
were bought at the lowest market prlce.and
are fresh and suitable for tlili season. Those
wUblng to obtain goods at bargains should
call ou us before piiriha'lng elsewhere.
Blum ft a.nsom,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, btwecn .1.
Burner and KUlott ft Ilaythorn. 11-Mm.
AND ITS CUKE.
Victims of this awful diseasa aro found in
In every neighborhood. In almost ovorr
For them and for their friends, wn Imvn
tidings ot good cheer and hope the an
nouncement of a most Important discovery,
firmly based upon common sense and rea
son, tjy which tho terriblo malady is posi
tively controlled, and IU victims aro perma
nently restored to health.
CARBOLATED COD LIVER OIL-
Is not a secret of empirical nostrum. . It ia a
hum, lumiilutinigt wo rciuedlea known
to physicians everywhere as tho best means
ol combating consumpt on. This combina
tion Is Mr. Willkon's disco 'cry and Is
lounaed upon tho following
SOUND KEASON1NU :
Consumption Is decay. Soothing, expect-
uiiiui reuieuies nru only usciui as palliative!),
wj uwuuiniwamo cause inoyuonocslop
the decay. Tonlo medicines strengthen tne
life lorces and prolong tho battle, but tho
decay goes steadily ou, and sooner or later
tho victim must yield. Climatic changes aro
sometimes good, but they seldom wholly
cure. In short, tho first thing to bo dono ft
to stop tiik decay ; then apply the restora
tive, tonic and strength giving treatment
Think a moment. '1 he lung aro decaying
tubercles, ulcerations, cavities and depos
culatlon carries this poison all over tho body.
Wasting, loss of nppetlto. enervation, night
sweats, and all the terrible symptoms tip
pear; is it worth whilo to doctor the symp
toins, which are merely tbe result?, while
tho decay, which Is tho cause, Is eating up
tbe life springs 4
siieso two wings are well Known uy the
best physicians :
I. Catholic, acid positively arrests decay.
It is the most powerful antiseptic in tho
known world. Kvcn dead bodies ato pre
served by it. Entering Into tho circulation
It at onco crannies with cornmtloii. and
derny ceases. It purities the sources ol dls-
2. Cod Liver Oil Is nature's best assistant
in resiMinu consumption. It Is at once
lood, a tonic, a purllior, a healer. It braces
up and supplies the vital forces, feeds the
wasted system, and enables nature to regain
uer looinoiu. ror llicso purposes nothing
can compare with Cod Liver Oil. This the
CARBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
As described fully In tbe inventor's circular,
which will be mailed, upon application, to
We cannot afford spaco to tell the whole
story bore, or to give the numerous certifi
cates Irom eminent physicians and well
known citizens fostlfyiUL- to tho absolutely
wonderful results flowing from this great
discovery. Sutlicc It to say.it is curing thou
sands who supposed, themselves to bo at
Wilson's Carbolated Oil it scientifically
prepared with the purest carbolic ncld. so
combined as to be entirely harmless, with
Sweet Nokwkoian Cou Livrh Oil
From tho celebrated fisheries ut Aalemind
(Norway), pronounced by physicians tho
most delicate, efficient col liver oil In the
It Is easily taken, tolerated by the weakest
ktni,mnl,M .111,...., rnfi.llll' nr.v.tr liitpnuwitt
rancid, and is almost entirely froo from tho
usual disagree.-! )lo characteristic of cod
I.ir (ivAfir nun e1 ..ml liver nil M r WIHhnn.;
discovery is of tho greatest value.
I.'.ir flin tf-ifrt Int.iriml iLilml iNtrntlnll nt
carbolln acid Mr. WIIIkoii' mot'iod of com
bining It with cod liver oil Is ubsoiuteiy nec
(JAlinOLATKD COD LIVKR OIL
Is a specific and radical cure for
o o 3sr s tj -m: dp t i o it
AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES.
Remember tho name. "WUUon's Carbo
lated Cod Liver Oil." It comes In large
wedge-shaped bottles, lioarlnc the Inven
tor's signature, and is sold by the best drug
gist. Prepared by J. II. Wlllson,83 JohnSt., N. Y.
SOLI) tlY ALL DKUddlSTH.
RiciUKUsoN A Co.. St. Louis, 1 Wholeula
IlUHLIlUT A El)HALL,Ohlcago. Agontu,
b-1 d.tw ly
(IRE EN A GILBERT,
0OUN8BLOR8 AT LAW,
iJSr.t:,a OAIHO, ILI'INOIH,
Miles F. lllt.ert, J
aWSpeeisl' aUsnlloa gltea U Aiimiialt? aad
OVriOI OHIO L1TM, BOOIil T AsTB I OTKI
OtTT HATJOSTAI. BistK.
VANIU.JL. I&MOH, BtVm
Tor Flavoring lot Creaa, Cak 4 Patty.
With Croat can. bv sv nm rn?M w
xtmct from tho fru. aelect Kruiu mA
Ammaftto -I. h n..J ..1. S.mm a
. ..v., , buttiovbciiBhiv uavui, warn
produce Flatorinai ef rart umaUmmm.
Of grtat ttrtngth and ptrftet fHsrs'ff,
No poitonou otlt. Every lienor rt
rtienttd. No dietittaeh bottU fuk
mta$ure, holding ont-Kalf men am
c''tr Purporting to hold tamo oumtitw.
Lit thtm onct. trill ut n itx Tt
fnoif delicate, dtlieiovtjlatort esrssMsU,
bo superior to tho chcan extracts. Aak
tor Dr. Price's Special Fletvorian.
ufucturcd. only by
STEELE 4 PWCE.
Depots, CHICAGO aad ST. LOtHf,
Manuaeturert of Br. Pritt'i Cnan
1'K T li K CUH L,
MILLEE3' .A. 3-IE ITT,
Na. BO OHIO fJETsV,
3-2" tf. CAIRO. ILLINOIS
H. J. CUNDIFF,
No. 17 Eioutii St.,
MILLKH & PARKER,
DKALKR8 IN FLOUR, COEX
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGKNTB fou FAIRBANKS BOA LBS
Ohio Levoe, CAIKO. U.LINOIS.
JOHN B. PULL 18 & SON,
(far osssors to Joha B. Pblllis,)
DUALEH8 IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, Ac.,
AG K NTS FOR LAFLIN AND RANB
Uoa. Tenth Street astd Ome Laraa
OA! HO, ILLS. ,
II. A. Thorns L. D. Taomi
TnOMS A BROTHER,
Succesosrs to II. M.llulea.
COMMISSION MERCHANIS, BROKERS
AND DBALKBS II
HStle nsid Famejr tireeerlea,
Foreign and Domestic
CAIRO. - . ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
prepsred to forward all kinds ef frebjaM
min.. in.q,l ti promrtlv.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cimit, Flastbb, Haib, Itu.
.Mi OHIO LtfM,
J3T1 will sell In car load lots at maaala
tureri' prlcen. adding IreUbt. 4-i-U
WOOD KllTENOOUSK BBO
Ooueral Uommlttaton Merebaa-.
tae. OHIO T.KVUR
BEM18, BROWN A LU,
Aints Horn Cotton Mjlli
NO. M Oasvt Levee, Caste, am.