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THIS CAIRO DAILY WULUSTIH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, o, l78
"'toVWV ' sSst,s tlMlwi'
SUCCESS OK OOR-COMMIrJSiON.
I'1'I.L OFFICIAL RET URN tf.
Th following l the mull of tbe flee
rton In this city jeitcrdny;
NORTH CAIRO PKUOINCT.
Martin' Majority ...
JUSTICE OK tUK t'KAUK.
r lUgerald i
SOUTH CAIRO PRF.C1NCT.
I rowley .
Oon mail's majority ..
Mrs. Taylor "J
Airs, llrown 133
l i bur
Wil-on 210 I
11c Um M
JUKlICK or THK l-a-AOK
The etforts cf -Mr. "WiUon's frlendi
ycitorday wero directed toward tb pro
cirumtut of a romlnij majority for nlin
over Mr. Uedgu; but ull their cirorts
were unavailing Hodges leav-s tbe city
leading Wilion 110 votts. Tn Unity,
Ilodjjea' majority over Wllun will
be about 1-10. Hi"Uk will
$0 out of Cariro, I'uity imd Hailewocd
ahead or Mr. WIUoii abiwt 2ul majority ;
and unless -Mr Wilion should poll a very
heavy voto fn tho other preclnts, .Mr.
Hodges will heal him. Itut that result Is
not sure. Wilson may come in as tho
Ibird man yet.
Lynch coos oat of tbe t V.y with 13 ma
jority over Crowley. In tbo country pre
cincts ho will lead both of bli opponents
and may bo put down a elected.
Brass Is, as inual, rlj;ht sido up with
William Mnrlln goes out ot the city
with 298 majority over Cos man, and will
continue to run ahead in the country. IIn
Mrs. Taylor's majority in tho city is
largo, and probably ctnnnt bo overcomo
t. It-nnn's In tlm enuntrv. Hut
Ul '"'" " '
tho raro will te ciose.
(JobVitlne A Hoscnwnter vibe to inforin
the public tbft.they b.tvo rciluced nil hen
. . .a .....1 ,.n,l ..11 rttlint
JirlUlH lO, 1U CUIUS J M'. Mt W.MV.
Kooda In proportion.
MILLINERY AND DltESSMAICI.NG.-
Mlss Adolalde I'hllllps and Mrs. L. T. Irlgi
I........... Vl.,l. .....I
on jommeruiiii n vnut:, uc-ittc-vit . ...... hum
...Ati. Bt.AA.a minnniT ii v niinnimi'u
PUtsip, iiu.mm iw.i'm j
to the ladles ol Cairo and vicinity, that they
are racelving a lull line of fatlilnuablo mill
ncry goodi", and aro prepared to (urulah
tbelr patrons with haU uud bnnneti Irom
tbo cheapest lo me mon expensiu'.
VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After .lanuarv 1st we cxnect to deal ex
clusively In gentlemen's clothing ud gent'H
furnishing goods,atid' having on band n largo
and well assorted stock oflnll and winter dry
floods, notions, etc., etc., which wudcslra to
close out entirely, wo take this method to
inform the public that wo shall, niter ."Nov
ember 1st, sell nil goods In our utoro In tho
dry good line, at first con. All ourgoods
were bought at tho owt market prlce.nnd
aro fresh and nultable for this season. Thoo
wishing tojobtaln good bargains Miould
call on us beloro purchasing cUowlicro.
1W.1IM tV A.NHUM,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, between .1.
llurger and Elliott & Haythorn. ll-l-lm.
J.R. CUNNINGHAM'S carriages 'nro tho
In tlm rlti'. Iln lini the Olllv cloiu Clir-
rlaceliithocltyon hire. Ho will tramder
'families to and from bteatnboats or railroad
if nots. nlcht and ilav. orders being lelt at
'B5 Commercial nvenue. Cunningham would
call attention ol candidate dnilllr-gto visit
tthojeountry prcclnctH nnd call upon tho
jvoters, to tho fact that bla spring wagons m o
precisely adapted to this purpose, 'they
wcro apparently madu tot tho business.
Either ot thorn will carry a candldato and
all the working friends necessary to capture
Lvrrv vote outside of Cairo, lu Alexander
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Goto H. F, lltakos lur everything In
thu Stoaui and Oaifltllns lino. U-V8tf.
'0OTWM e"",u " , ",neu '7UH
council meeting last night. 'I bo members
bad tbo election bad. '
. . i i i . i. i . .k.
Olobti, oto, for iftlo at price tbit cannot
bo beat, by H. V. Ulaho, UroiV Hlock.
ItsMovru. Dr. Dunning hi remotcd
lilt residence temporarily to tho focond
cntni;o fMX of bclicol'e ball, on Ninth
iliu Wm. KuLr.hs I nxiou! to inform
bit frujridi and aciualnlnnci, itnd cmtoiu
er oticrnlly, tbat heiltti hi ovn fitting
In puller, Ilrie booU hnd ihnc. In fact
all bit work is douo In bit unn ehuji.
I'ur. oak nud ittiitm Dttltj go to I'.en
nlu'i Vulcan Iron worka, CotiunorcUl
aTnuc, foot of Ninth atrctt. y-tO-tf
tAs ntii HtvuuiUlUrjK on abort noMco
Hroai' Illocl. 'J-'iStl.
lly Hirtmiin, n lliw
At n great bargain.
Call at llartmani a1room, I0 Com
TilK wild tuon of llornu will muku
ttieir flmt a)po9r:iaci) in thii city r.t tbo
Atheiitjutn, on VYVdnuiday and 'l'burday
cvi.-riiii j; of thif wcuk. Tbo Udrulnlaot
nrn r(quclod lu lie prvtcnt and look at
and itudy tlun wonderful people.
Tin: hb was not a Krat dual of excite
in cut in tlm city ycttcrday not near in
much m on fotinor occ&iions of tbo itum
kind. Wo Uoatd of a few threatened
Hybtr, drawn piitoli and knive", at both
pjlet, but luckily no blood wni ahed.
Kaklv yctterday morning, at a bout
getting. up. titno for the man of tho P'o
pic, tbo bolli ran); a loud and pcrflitont
alarm of tiro. Thu caute vrai found to bu
in tbo kitchen of ttio Arlington Jlouie,
and wa i'xtiti;i.ihi'd befor othpr t''n
very littlo dnmao wan done.
II. .Ioxm, tathionablu boot and ilioc
uialtur. Cork iole, Scotch bottom, and
tbo laltit improvomcntt in tbo lino of bit
butinca. Unly tho U-t ana moit com.
plcnt wcrkmen omployod, and all work ,
wsrrantid to bo firilclati in every rcup'ict
Shop on Comtr.errUI avenui, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf ,
Tile rumor that Mr. Thornton will j
leave Cairo and permanently locate in)
,., , . , I. i.
Shclbvvillo I unfoundid. Ho will be j
, , , . i
u 1 ? u l",, , m
Icavo Cairo. Tbormon it Out most Calrc-
lied man In Cairo. Ho hm an abiding
faith in tho futuro of tbe city. He will
cot go way from It. We cannot spare
A Nkw KhTKiii'iusa Dr. 11. F. Field
will run b lino of hacks between Cairo
and tho terminus of thu Cairo, ArUnsrs
IV-xas railroad, making two trip, each
day. leaving CViro at 8 o'clock .. in., and
ancxjociock, p. m., mshiia;
noctlcn with Ibu trains on that road.
Ordors for pationgeri or baggage should
be lelt at Fiold's ilabtc, on 10:h street.
Ir Turn Wilion hain't got warm friends
who ha ' Yfti.-r.lnv tbey all turned ou'.
and loft no stnno unturned to elect blm.
They aworo, thoy drnnk,lhoy coaxed, they
thrcateiKvl, they crnased, and all that tort
of thing, for Tb.inias; and he wn energy
iUelf. He wr.l here, there and every,
where, and maintainu I bis temper admir
ably. Voetnbrac?d hirn early in tbo
morning, and ho smiled upon u ai wo
also did upon hirn. We ar now tho
bosomcst frionds in tho world. Hu has
concluded to put oiT the work vi slaught-
ering us stabbing or shooting or both
until n more con vor.Iontse:non.
Tho following were tbo arrival at the (
I'lantor's IIouso yesterday: II. Gibson
Chicago; 1. Lturitzen, Chicago; A. C.
Jones, Citjj .1. It. Mnran, City; A. W.
Aiterloh, City; C. Ruder, citjr; John
Wilford, Uallard, Ky.j M. -M. Moore,
City; .Ion Depastor, Kentucky; W. M.
Keen, Kentucky; .lame Page, Kentucky;
Sol. Fatihakor," City; D. 1 Oertln, Ind
M. HenoM, Indiana; Win IUavs, Mo.;
T. F. Raker, Mo; E. Marden, Ky.; John
O'llryan, Kentucky; J. ii. Oayon, Uall
ard, Ky.; A. Htiisel, St. Louis; II, Honst,
Crlton, Ohto; AV. M. Kr.oop, Carlton,
Ohio; N 0. Klido, Point Riley, Mo ; A.
Mattorson, Arkansai; E. Fay, City; 11.
Thusan, St. Louis; John Gerret, Ky,;
F. Smith, Kentucky; W. ilromoll, Ken
lucky; W.-Kj Gepton, Kentucky; C. A.
Hint, New York City; Mrs. iVeckwltb,
Missouri; RIM Elliott, City; H. Kelly,
Owensborro, Ky ; D. G. Roberts, C. A
V. R R.; O. O. Vankel; l'aducah, Ky ;
James G. Kcsnior, St, Louis; James II,
Ohoney, City; KJ. Darr, Oily; 0. Williams,
Springfield, Illinois M. Folly, Ken tncky
A niici; baud of tho .Steamer James
Howard, night before last put an onemy
in bis mouth who stole away his brains.
Wandering about town in a half crazed
state, at about half past twolvo o'clo:k, ha
walked up tho hall stairs of TllK IlULtK-
tik, failing to oflect an entrance at any
of tbo doors ho walked down again, and
rinding that in closing tho front doors
after him he had lo:l:ed and could not get
thorn opon, ho "raited caln1' in a success
ful, and to the female lnmatos
of Iho house, rather an alarm
Ing and altogether unpleasant man
ner. Unable to get the doors opon, be re
traced his stops up stairs, nnd again es
sayed to open ono of the doors. At this
Juncture tho editor of The Ruli.kti.n
nnd about a dor.on nf tho employes of tbe
offico, camo upon the scene, Mr, Editor
oollarod tho bold iiut 'Oinowlmt dar.od vic
tim of t'.rong drink, and with a blow tent
him down the stairs, following after him,
both going nt a moro than ordinarily
swift pace, somowhat nftor tho manner of
India rubber balls, in fact. Tho disturber
of sho peace vm marched off to tho cala
boom; and yosterday morniog was re
leased from custody, upon tho payment of
- for half
Two Kuttsrlei of two Hollers, eiah V4
feet lonu, 12 Incb Dram, 'J It Inob Flues
with lire frond. Mud and Bloarn drums
Saf.ty tid Mud valves, Chimney and ,
Ilrttchtti, U complete and In tlrst-claia
of(jor. been used only three months. Fur
vtke n,iu,re , j, T nt5j,IE)
'..J8-tf. Vulcan Iron Work
1'. FiUgerald at bit rootnt, corntr
Fourteenth itreet and Commercial a
nue, olTori for talti Oulnnea' I'orter A
Halt' bios nttd pure llonocny brandy,
and the gonuinu Ar.goatttro bltlnr, all
Urst-cU'i cholera curci. Try tbetn
I take thlt opportunity to Inform tho
cltlzeni of Cairo and aurrounding country,
that I will rcitimo my practice lu tho city
of Cairo on or about Iho lt of Decembor.
'.i-OO.tf. J. L. Wii.mams, Duntiu.
iii;)lALEarrc!ted Kllr.a Jonei lat night
whils the wai enjoying a raiid opreu on
Kihlh itreet. .She wai drunk at a lord,
or n candidatp, which li all tho aame, you
know, and wi houtlng and raellni;.
riho wai confined In Xbn lock-up, where
aim It repotlng thii mornlnjf, ilevplng tbo
aleop of uonicloui Innoconct
.IOst received at Ehler, Twentieth
trot, between Waihlngton avenuo and
1'oplar itreet, the flnrtt frnnch calf, pat
cnt leather and 3Iorocco for gentlemen'!
wear. A perfect lit and aatlifuction ai
turcd. Any persona in nedof bootaand
iboe (hoitldcall on Khlor'a, cxamlno hit
ftock of kntlicr and leave their orderi.
Dr. Luvarty, bomoeopathlit phyal
clan, lto of Hbawnoetown, ha! located In
tbli city and Intends making it bit homo
Tbo doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mendwl, and lefera to the ofllcera of the
Pint National bank of Shawneotown, to
whom ho in woll known, having practiced
hia profcaaton among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tbo patronage of
our citU.m". Ofllco 140 Commercial ave
Having been appointed atilgnee of the
slock ot millinery goods of Mrs. Anna
Lang, lor the Iwaelit of her creditors, I
will sell the sonio at public auction on
Thursday, November sixth, 1673, at tho
old stand on KIghtli stroot. Salu to com
mence at 0 o'clock and continue from day
to day until all tbo goods are sold.
John H. GoasMAV, Assignee.
Caibo, October IB, 1873.
Tbo brler ehoP " on lbeeornerol
Eighth itreet and Commercial avenuo
wbero J. George btienhouso with hliron-
tlMnly HllnU oaa be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tetupnr and bead with a good sham
poo. It is it flrst-class shop, and you are
suro of rocelvlne tin '.-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's 1ml r cut or curled
after tbo most approved styles. 8-lo-tf
A 11017 OX SALE.
teJ ,n ffmt o( my j.,
on Novt.m()Sr ;,bf ,t y 0.clock
m .on . ,01 heid of ine work and
buggy borsai; alio, a lot of household
aid kitchen furniture, such as bedsteads
washstandi, carputs, healing stoves and
fishing tackle, consisting of three large
set net. Tho above borsst and goods
; will Imaold to tbe highest bidder. 1 wil
I lu e 1 1 at tbe same time one very flno
! buggy, nearly new".
, Daxikl IlAKriiA.v, Auctioneer,
.Mn. r hki. intkriisko has just re
uiriied from tit. LouU, whoro he purchased
as Una n slock of ibu various grades of
Cno (outlier " was ever brought tothis
city, and propores to worlt it into hoots
and shoes for his customers. 11m makes
j flno boots a specialty, and is confident of
I his ability to copo with any boot-maker in
! this city in this lino of work. Ho em-'
1 ploys nono bul the best workmen, and as
a consequence turns out only llrst-clais
work. Whllo in St. LouU be visitod alt
tbo principal chops nnd secured paterne of
all tho latest styles and improvements,
and will glvu his customers tho benefit of
them. Work dono promptly and on short
notice. All work warranted. lU-2'.i-lni.
A clergyman, whllo residing in South
A morion as a missionary, diicovcrol a
sale and simplo remedy for the euro of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseases of
tho urinary and seminal organs, nnd the
wbolo train of disorders brought on by
baneful nnd virion habits, Great num
bers have been cured by this noblo remedy.
Prompted by a denim to benefit tho nl
llictod Hnd unfortunate, 1 will send tbo
receipt tor preparing and using this med
icine in a sealed envelope to anyoue who
needs it,re of charge. Address
JosKrn T. Immav,
Station I), Dlblo House, New York.
August 'JO, 1 yr
Arrivals and dcpui lures (or the 2
eudlng at 0 p.m. last eronh f .
Jim Fisk l'aducah
John A .Scudder St Louis
V F Curtis St Louis
Fannin Tatuui , RtLoi
City of Chostor sit Lo
Liberty No. 4 Pittshu
Glasgow ; Hickman
Anna St Louis
Fearless St Louis
Julia St Louis
Cundinamarca South America
W F Curti , NowOrleam
Ella Whllo River
Fannie Tatum Now Orleans
John A Scuddor Now Orleans
ntvKK, wr.ATiir.K ami iiusinkss.
The river has risen 11 inches during
th? past 21 hours. The total riao so far
has been 8 foot and 7 Inchon. Tbo
woathor was clear and mild yosterday but
cloudod up toward night, lluslnou un
P 1 IVtrhus brought ft tow nf,coa
from IMliliufL' ti-irt nf which took to Ht
LouU Tho John Ol'inoro will Alrt ,
l" St. Louis to-day with part of her tow i
of coke The Liberty No 4 brought a j
tow of salt and will doublo trip it to at. '
T ...I. . ...I. L '
14'll A UO UIBIJjUW 1UUK OAIU.IO. .o
of tbo M. V. T. Co. to Hicknun, to be
leaded The Fatinie. Tatum Is to run
between Mow Orleans and the Arkansas
Kivor, Mid ha a goo-I trip for New Or
leans. Sho grounded at Liberty Islam',
and wbil; there tho Crescent City with
four barges alio grounded near her, and
swinging around bar wheel caught the
guard of tbo Tatuui, breaking n hog
chnln and knocking some freight over
The damago to tho Fannta Tatum, Includ
ing freight lost, will amount to f l,00t
TbeW. K. CurtU Is a bayou Ton-
sat packet, and pasiod down with a light
trip Tho big John A. Scudder came
out drawing C feet 3 iodic with 820 tons
of Ircight on board. She is probably tbo
largest carrier on flvc-feat wator afloaV
She added 100 ton hen Tbo Crcj-
cent C.ty is laying at Capo Girardeau
with all her flanges broken, and will hac
to bo taken to St. Louis for repairs
The Ella cloare 1 with a good trip for
White river The Anna got 120 tons
hero for St. Louis
Diver, .lonn Owero l doing good work on
tbo wrecks at the foot of the Illinois Ccn
tral Incline, by tbe judicious uso nf tor.
pedoes. Dick Slack Is assisting hiin, and
I? becoming an expert with tbe armor,
Tho Jim Kiilc brought a fair trip
from l'aducah yeaterdav Ilacon
Hock is still mastr of the situation, and
boats drawing ten foet bad bettor give it
a wide berth. Col. ISryion does not seem
to bo in any hurry to attack the monitor.
Pilot George Clark is on tbo Gil
more Tbe crew of the Great Repub
lic are bcginlng to arrive, and she will
probably begin to load for New Orleans
some time this wuok.
Aokst's Orrice, I. 0. 11. It. Co,, "i
Caiko, November 4, 1673.
To persons wising to attend tbo
Chicago Exposition, wu will sell excursion
tickets round trip at $11 40, Bale of
tickets to comrahoce to day and will bn
discontinued on November 7tn. Tickets
good to return until November 9tb, inclu
sive. Jas. JoIi.nmi.v, Agent.
.Sun pleaso copy. 11-3-31
. KOl'ND-A LADY'S FUR COLLAR
(yesterday.) The owner can have the same
by applying at Tlir Kum.ktin ollleo and
paying lor this advertisement.
WANTED A partucr In the comiiiWvlon
and order hu-lnc).. An active bulncn
man with Muall capital can make a good ar
rangement. Addre for 10 day, care E.
0. l'ace 4 Co , T 11. W.
t'ORTUMK TKLI.KU A lortunw teller
who lives on Wajhiegton avenue, between
Seventh and Eighth strcctii, ca.t side, Is
Kilted with tho sclonoo ot telling anyone's
fortunp, and fuliiro events. 1-w-
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novem
ber .1, and through tbe winter, a warm lunch
will be frpre.nl at the Thalia "aloou, opposite
The lll'i.LKTl.v ollice, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. -Ml the dellc.icle of the season.
11-i 1 in A. Jakckki., l'roprletm.
I!OAIM)ING-.Mp. John McKee. having
taken tbe house formerly occupied by Mrs.
(loodycar, corner ol VVahlngton avenue
and Eighth street, will from thin dale be pre
pared 10 aci'oiuinodate boarder? by tbe day
or week. l-w
NOTICE H-lug determined to cloe my
hiiHlncM boiue, 1 shall Irom and after this
! date, s dl for ,'aih only. All persons in
I debtcd to mo aro respectfully ieiiictcd to
cloe their accounts Immediately. Charles
D. Artcr is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt ull clalnn dun roe.
FRED. STITCHER lino purchased tho
barber idiop of Geo, Reining, who retires
for tho benefit of his health. Tho shop I
located on Commercial avenue, between
.Sctcntccuthand Eighteenth street, and its
new proprietor Is determined to make It
tlrst-ckiot In every particular. Ho invites
public patronage. 10-20 1m
VILLA RIDGE FARM FOR SALU OR
EXCHANGE FoR CAIRO I'ROl'ERTY.
An excellent Irult latin of 33 acres, one
mllo duo cast of Villa Rldee. Ten acres
just cleared nud set out In Irnit, nad vine
yard ; twenty-three acres tlcared, the rest
heavy woodlaud. A new two-tory boue
and other out-biilldltigi. Land rapidly en
hancing In value Good tonus to a prompt
customer. Address M. A. D., Rullitin
Olhcc. A'fO a tiuo draft hore, lit a hat-
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor young men from tne el
fectaof errors and ahusca in early life. .Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Rooks aud cir
culars sent free, lu scaled envelope. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. i South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa an institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-20 d&wSm
' JAMES KYNASTON,
AND DKALEH IN
ALL KINDS OF FKEdll MEATS.
Saar cor. Tvreullells Nlreet anil 'oni.
Iluys and shughters only the best Cattle,
ilogs and Shoep, and 1 prepared to till or
lers for Froth Meats from one to ten thou
and pounds. 7-22 1 1
NEW LIVERY STABLE
I1BTWB1 WASB'M ATMUB AMD WALMU1
lr. H. r, nlds Informs to puMlo that h ha
L I V K R F STABLE
Ua the northwest snl of Tsnlh ulrael as aaai
Ills Hiablas will be furoliiad with none but In
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at al
hours of lbs day and night with safo tcami
on tbe lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of nubile, patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by lair deultus
and strict attention to buaf
1i?s A. l'nnxir?. Mnn L. T. Hmoan.
CO.MMEUCIAIi AVENUE, I1ETWKEN
NINTH AND TENTH STS.
Txvd Night". WEDNESDAY and l'HUlt3
DAV. THIS WEEK.
liellovcra In tbe "Darwin Theory" should
see Ibcm, a they arc uppoeil to partake
ol the aullunl somewhat.
GREATEST CURIOSITY LIVING.
C. H. FOX, the )oung artist. In his read
lug and reiltatlom, In spoken of highly
wherever hu hi irhen an entertainment.
obn 0. llamian. Cha. Thnipp
JOHN Q. I1AKMAN t CO.,
And Laud Agents of the Dllnola Central
and liurllngton unit Mlaaouri Railroad com
panlua. Rortla Cor. olHllt St. auid Olalo Iaea
Oflcr lor sale at low figures and eay terms
tbe following real estatu :
No. 1 .' lots In tho "Ridge Hlock" run
utmr tlirotiL'h tbe block irom Fltteer.th to
Sixteenth ctrecta, hest residence property
lu tbe city. Lot 3 and t b 4&, city, Wash
imrton avrulic. bctweou Thtrteculb and
Fourteenth htrccis, weal, nlde good two-
story dwelllug lniUe ou cacu lou i.oia o
anil o, a.yniiiuiB mo m-t uciurc
Lot 14, b J, city, on fclxth street, south
ldc, between Couunerclal and Wathlngtou
No i Lots 7 and 8, b 3d. corner ol Four
teenth and Poplar street, front on Poplar
street, west side, opponito post-office block.
No 3 Splendid btiinea building, real
denco in second story, 0 rooms, ball and
front and rear stairway, water on both Moon,
In number ono condition: situated on north
west corner ot Commercial avenuu and
Twelfth street. A great bargain If sold
No 4 Lot 4, b 'J.'. Commercial avenue,
between Fourth and Filth streets. Lot til,
b 2'J, on Washington avenue, between Filth
mil Sixth Mreet.
No &-Slx lot- In b '-"J, let ad. High
ground. V2)each 0n easy payment.
No c uu l and U, In h 6 north comer ol
TunlU and Levee eiiecu.. u-.i l,u.ln4 loca
tion tn lue city term easy, iflisii, -jti auci
i3 lu li 10, 1st ad., south comer ot Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Also tlirne loti in court
house block, fronting ou Poplar street.
Wo 7 Loin IS anil,10,-li ?H-routh aide ol
rwcnty-tlrst street, opponlto "Convent
Hlock "very delrable lor residence pur
No Ten f.f ;the "choicest lota. In block
57, lat addition, above vradc, beautllul resi
dence location, will bo sold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
crouortv as It will bo sold very low.
No 0 That elegant resilience ou Seventh
street, owned by Capt. llurd, tiniiting 7." ,
feet ou Seventh street, and UIIIIiIiil' Inch
200 feet to Sixth. This property ti well
known to tho citlzcnsot.Calro and trinity a
one ol the most complete and couveuicnl
resldenceii tn tbo city. It has all thu con
veniences appcrtalnliiK to a HrsUclasi home.
The grounds are highly embellished with
select shrubbery und Irult in abundance ;
carriage house, i-tablo and outbuilding lirt
class. Owing to the removal ot Capt. llurd
this property will lie sold at a great bargain,
on easy terms. Alo two lots on corner Third
street and MUsilppl levee. Tho Leveu
building, foroicrly occupied by Capt. llurd.
In h 3, Ohio loveo, "Sprlngllcld Hlock," lor
No 10 An elegant residence! with fourlot
in b 07, cltv lor mIo vcrj' cheap if sold
oon. HIkIi grouud, aud premises In a No.
No 11 A No. 1 cottage on Fourth street,
between Wuihlngton nvenue and Walnut
itreet. Also two lots running Irom Fourth
to Kilth streets very ilc?lrablo property.
No 12 New two-story dwelling in prliuo
order, on Loctint ctreel, highest ground in
tho city, two Inn. Price 1.:RK).
No I;) An elegant residence with about
three acrosof cround. covered with all kinds
or select Irult and rhruhbery, lu Santa I'c
for sale cheap.
A FINK CHAMCK Foil INVKSTMr.NT.
Wo have lor sale or lono vacant and Im
proved property In all portions of the
slty. Alto over 2."),000 acres of unimproved
'.tiuds in Alexandcrand Pulaski counties, at
sxtremcly low figures, and in tracts to suit
nurehnsera. We ant airenU for the llilnoli
Central railroad lauds III this ami PulasM
counties. Railroad lauds not sold prior to
Novomhcr next will pasitnto other hands.
Mow istiie time to purcnaso.
KMUIRAKT TU TUB URKAT WKST.
Wo are the agents of Iho Uurllnuton and
Missouri Railroad company, who oiler for
saie In Iowa and Nebra-ka millions of acres
of tho best land on tnu continent, on ten
years credit. 0 per cent. Interest. Maps,
pamphlets, circulars nnd all necessary Inlor
natlou relative to those lands and how to
reach thoni rurulsned upon application.
Call at oun and exainlnn lorypuralve.' Ap
ply to JOHN . HARMAN ft CO.,
Cor. Sixth aud Lovce kts., Cairo, UN.
Jliro 7. 13.
N. U. Thlatlewosd. P. J. Thlstlewood.
TIHSTJ.KWOOD & CO.,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
G. I). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7(1 Ohio Levee, CAIHOILLS.
trsTSpeclal attention given to consign
incuts and filling orders. 11-2 tt
1). AYBH8. K. J. AYRRC
AYEIIS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEltfl HANTS
No. 7B Ohio Lmvu, Uaiuo, Iilb.
' 4. I
AHK STILL kELMMJ r.OOD AT
Very Xiotv Prices
FineChincliilli 0. couts,$iO
Fine Cliiucliilli Pea Jackets, (tor
Fins Chiucbilli I'ea Jackets, (for
A 820 Chinchilla Overcoat, Ca
xituire lining, for l' 00
l'iue Hesver Suit 15 00
Good Overcoat 7 00
All Wool Winter Jacket 1 125
Do, tlio beit Wool Winter
Jackets in tliu city, guarau
il i...-.-..Tr..-.rrr: t "
Heavy Wiuter Undershirts anil
Country Knit Wool Sock 40
VK CAN rCP.NlkU
PROM 5 TO 825.
AFTER SELLING OVF.R
900 Panio Hats
Wo sre still selling'
THREE FOR $1
AND IT9 CURE.
Victims ot this awful disease an foand Is
n every neighborhood, tn lawet nry
house. i '
For them and for their friend (..vrtrisave
tidings ol good cheer and hop the a
nntmcemcut of a most Important dtseorcrr.
firmly based upon common aenae asid ra
son, by which the terrible malady tt posi
tively controlled, and lu vlctiau arepanaa
nently restored to health.
CAHJ10LATED COD LIVER OIL
Is not a secret of empirical nostrum! It U
happy combination of two remedies know
to phyalclans everywhere as tho best mean
ot combating con-umpt on. Tnli combina
tion U Mr. Wlllonra dlscf'err and la
founded upon tho following
Consumption Is decay. Soothing, expect
orant remedies are only useful as palliatives,
they do notrcach the cause thoy do not stop
the decay. Tonic medicines atrengtbtn tne
Ilia forces and prolong tho battle, but ibs
decay goes steadily on, and sooner or later
the victim mustylold. Climatic changes are
sometimes good, but they seldom wholly
cure. In abort, tho first thing to be done is
to 8TOI' TUK drcaY ; then apply the reatora
tlve, tonic and atraotrlh Riving treatment
Think a moment. The lungs aro decaying
tubercles, ulcerations, cavities and depop
ulation carries this poison all over tho body.
Wasting, loss of appetite, enervation, night
sweats, and all tho terrible svmntoms en-
pear; la It worth while to doctor the symp
toms, which aro merely the results, while
tho decay, which Ii Iho cause. Is eatinif ud
the life springs?
These two things are we'd known by Ibs
best physicians :
I. embolic acid positively arrests decay.
Ill the most powerful antiseptic In tbe
known world. Even dead bodies ate tire-
served by It. Entering Into the circulation
It at once grapples with corruption, and
decay coasrs. It purifies the sources of dis
ease. 2. Cod Liver Oil Is nature's best assistant
In resisting consumption. It Is st once a
fond, a tonic, a nurlrler. a healer. It braces
up and supplies tho vital forces, feeds the
wasted system, and enables nature to resala
ncr loouiom. r nr meie purposes nouung
can compare wltu coil Liver oil. This us
CARBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
As described fully tn tbo Inventor's circular,
which will be mailed, upon application, to
We cannot afford spaco to, tell tbe wbolo
tory here, or to give the numerous certifi
cates' Irom eminent physician and well-
hnown citucniieuimng 10 me aosoiuieiy
wonderful results flowing from this groat
dlscoiery. Suffice it to ssv.lt is curing thou
sand who supposed thomaelvca to be at
Wilson's Carbolatcd Oil is scientifically
prepared with the purest carbolic acid, so
combined as to be entirely harmless, with.
Swikt Nokwboiaw Cod Liver Oil
From the celebrated fisheries at Aalesund
(Norway), pronounced by physicians the
most delicate, efficient coj liver oil In the
It Is easily taken, toleratedby tbe weakest
stomachs, digests readily, never becomes
rancid, and Is almost entirely tree from the
usual disagrees jle characteristics of ood
For every no ol cod liver oil Mr.Wlllson's
discovery la of the greatest value.
For the safo Internal administration ot
carbolic acid Mr. Wlllson'a method of com
bining It with cod liver oil is absolutely nec
CA1YBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
Is a specific and radical cure for
AND FCROFULOUi DISEASES,
Itomcmbcr tho name, "Wlllson's Carbo
lated Cod Liver Oil." It comes in large
wedge-shaped bottles, bearing tbo Inven
tor's signature, and Is sold bv tho best drus
Prepared by J. 11. WilNon. S3 John at., S. T.
HOLD 11Y ALL DRUanlSTS.
Kieu akihon A Co., St. Louis, 1 Wholesale
HuHLiiUT !e Ei)SALL,Chlcago. Agents.
b-1 d&w ty
AND nKALKHS IR
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVRUY DrCIIIVTION.
Corner 10th street and Commarrlal aVea
next door to the Hylaud saloon.
11-11 tf. CAIRO, ILIA
t'OFFKY, HARRISON A CO.,
(Succa-surs to D. llurd A Son.)
ri.Otln, 41R AIM AND HAT.
No 1)3 Ohio Lovoh, CAIRO, ILLS.
WAQv.lv MAN D F AOTOB 1
For Sale at Wholesale er RsUll.
OOUNIB 32U-BTRI1T AND OHIO L1VB
. Cairo, Dlboia.
F ASHIONBLE BARBE&
Kihtu St., Dt. Com, Wamu
TJ. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker ft Ulake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
W 1 3ST 3D O "W OLASB.
WINDOW SHAD IS,
taU ia oalcbraSM UlusBlasltii
UUUHM'tCILUlM'l, COM llTaTT. COM
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