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IHJS UA1KO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER. 9, l'3
Onto Tiva lUtno, T t.T.
tiuarlera.t fine in HI, loan.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, OA1HO
A. B. B AFFORD, President;
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
11. UYSLOP, Secretary and Tieaiurer
P. X, lliacus, Cms. Oilmuk,
F. H.BtoctftiTH. VLn.lt. Scuca,
n II. UCl"0. H. V. IltLLIDAl
I. M. FniLtm,
Ton Oata tluwnrrla.
TNTKKKHT dii1 on itenotltf lib rat of til
I preeat. pr onam, Mutch Uticd Heptem
iVU" K5 1 principal of the rtepotju, Iberebi
MARRIED WOMEN AKD OIIILDX MAT
SO TBit HO 0t UI C liktw IT,
Oen trT buln- dr from a.m. ir. .m
Mil H.tar.lr r-.o lor HAVINfJ DErOclTt
enl, i from t tn I o clock.
w"' w hthi.op. Trnrr.
A IMT A f. linn n An
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W. P. HALLIDAT. PrMldnl
HKNKT L. HALLIDAT, Vite-Prnlitm
A. Il.HAKKOKD, Cubiart
WALTER HTiiLOP, Atildln OMhltr-
Htiitt Tilo. Rth.t U. CcmaaaiM.
st L. Hiu.ii.at. w. I'. HiLtinT.
a. ii. DirroD.
Boada Housbt and Mold.
,w uu ivovrai (musing
11A a lUi ALi I5AJNJ1
H. W. Miller, President.
J. M. I'm lipb. Vlce-l'reldent.
Cms. Cunningham, Cashier.
II.I.KI Tf 1 1 I . M lllNIUI T TV U 1 T 1 V
XL'IIAXiK. COlC. CAEI BCUk ftDd UD
Nuii Mrurii. routini inn woia,
r 13 JnOT tru
IN ATI LI. LIVI.1U AMI IX OHIO
Jilt olEco and dispensary at
NO. '22 EIGHTH STREET,
t. Commercial and Washington avenues
t Is true, tho uoctor Is on .r tJi- oldest
t n.t fill. ,lt.,ln...
i I.-, ... In i nllli'l.. KI10WH lll'lL III! linn
HUI..'. ' HI. ' " ( .... ..." Hirium,
ii 3i year In the profeflon. Me Ik doim;
truer uiuce mucin iii.u nj ........ in,.-
the liuinunii)tcni, mch a oM Mlccrn, and
ille:i-c of tuc i-Wiri, liumorx and blood
on; aleo dicac ol the tlirnat; aUo
dliteaKcanl ttie eyo of Tcr (tainlliit; :
i artificial ejrn irn-rrteii; llnttila cured
liottttliu u o of a miliu ; cane-m cured
i. ireaiini: an miiu m tiuuiui; ui.c.c.
tbe npnlicatlon nf medlclno; piintuca on
face removed: all urinary dleat.e
eai' cured in the tfnirtet time ; remlal
aknctii and K-ll-abuce cuivd In a kliur
I Ii nell-evldent that a pliyMclan treating
e for twenty-two car uciUire great
II rotmultaHons conuucnticai, in perfon
11 inedlclnn furnl'hpd at office In all
pa. 1J1TI. I'K. I IVIlt 1 1 in.l z.
Ell.M AN SCUMKTZSTOKFF,
(Succ.eaaor to II. ThteUcke.)
Droltr In All UIdiIh
I'A IVI I 1,1 It II 1 h'V
SVIni. nilrrII9Rf.fi thn irrn.iirv ni.tn)illsli-
iaud a lull and fresh mipiily ol all thn best
di In my lino, to be iouud In thu inurket
1 hope not only tn retain all the ciintmn
place baa enjoyed In thopatt, but to add
hA Hut mnliv nmv ttnfpntii. AhLlmr u
Bliaro of public patronage,
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
FOHKIUN AND DOMEH IC
QUORS AND WINES
KO. 62 OHIO LSTKE,
iit CAI1U), IliMNOIS
(8ucoeior to James Ejroaston,)
OHIII AND DlALBB IK ALL KlHDB Oy
Aod nhoep, ana 11 prepared to mi any
3d for ITeiameBU iiom vuu puuuu iu
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
nuilncM U improving in Hill city.
Tbe leveo gravol rond ii becoming ti j
flrrn an i lolid ai could be dolled.
A drovoof lino horiai were ycilcrday
traniferred to tbo Kentucky ii Jo from
Tbo city wai full -of country pcoplu
yoiterday wott of thorn from Kentucky
The number of iteamboalt that ar-
riviid at and departed from tbe port of
Clro yoiterday woro tblrty-ona.
Several hunting parties will leiva
tbii city during tb week for 1 ho hunting
gronndi in Kentucky and Miuouri.
Dick Kitigerald ii itill working on
the ''improvement" In the court bouioyard.
He eipucti to complotu thu job shortly.
- In tbo police court yeiterday tnly
one or two caici woro tried all "plain
drunki," and tbo tiiual Unci were iui
poied. - Tbo H J. MotJomb, tbo new tranifer
tteamcr to connect tbe IltinoU and Ml.
Iialppi Contml railroadi at tbii place,
arrived yeateruty altcrnoon.
l'arlici who purcbaiod good at tho
ailHIonof Jlrc, Labg'i millinery ttock
thn week, and failed lu pay fur tbom, are
rirjueited to call at Dn Ilartman'n ituru
rid letlln for tbe tamo.
Mat. llurni will open hit new house
at tbo corner of Kourth ilreet and C.rni'
rnerciat avenue to-morrow Mor.dny
evening, on which occasion a urand tall
will bo given. Mtt.invitoi ull hi fricndi
to be proecnt.
A largo forco of laborer have beon tc
goged In itrlgbuning up and balnstlng the
track of tbe Cairo and Vincennei railroad
on Commercial avenue. In a ibnrt tiaio
that portion of tho Vincennei road lying
within tbe city Hmlu will bo In a flriW
1. Fitzgerald at hit rooms, corner
Fourteenth itreot and Commercial ave
nue, offers for lalo Guinneia' I'ortor &
liust' ules and pure Ilennessy brandy,
and tbe genuine Ascosturo bitter, all
first-class cholera curcn. Try them
A meeting of tbo members of the
Cairo Silver Cornet band is hereby called
for Tuesday evening, November lltb.
Iluilnes. of irnportanco is to be trans
Jly order of tbe president.
Walt. F. McGee, Socretary.
It ii laid that in 1'ulaski county
certain of the dofeated candidates ut tbo
recent election propose to contest tbo
right of those claiminit to have received
a majority of tho votes cast to hold tbe
oClcei for which tboy were candid tel.
It is laid that in several precincts largu
numbers of illegal votes woro cast,
and that all of them were thrown for tbo
Or. Javarty, bomooopatblst physi
cian, lato of Sbawncetown, has located In
tbii city and intends making it bis homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo woll recom
mended, and refers to tbo otUcori of tbo
First National bank of Slmwneetown, to
whom bo is well known, having practiced
his profession among thorn for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tho patroougo of
ourcitlzens. Otlico 1 40 Commercial ave
nue. 7 'JO-tf
Tbo barber ehop ii on the corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J.ieorgo Stienhouso with hie gen
tlemeuly assistants can bu found at any
hour of tbe day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a Bmooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
uro of receiving flrt-clM treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved styles. 8-15-tf
On last Vednedav evening consider
able excitemont was created in Jonesboro
by two well-known citizens of that plnco
indulging In a gamo at pistols. A Mr,
Wash Norris and a Mr. Miller were the
parties to the fracus. Norris kbot Miller,
one ball taking ellect in his back between
tho shouldor bladei and lodging among
the mucles close to the spinal column and
tha second striking him In tho fleshy por
tion of tbo right hip. 'Iho Onzette
speaking of tbe affiay lays: "Buck of
and leading to this unfortunate catatro
pho looms tho old, old story rf woman's
'rallty and man'k wickedness, Mr Norris
is an old citizon of our place, peacuablo
and orderly in bis habits, and well re
spected. Miller Is quite young; scarcely
out of his teens, but, rumor hath it, is
something ol a Don Juur. Ho was in
Norris' omploy about a year."
Yesterday evening wo paid a visit to,
and took a look through Dr. 0. V. Dun
ning's new house, at tho corner of Ninth
and Walnut streot. Thn building is a two
tory fraruo, built on tbo most npprovod
style, and provided with all tho modern
Improvements. There are twolvo good
liiad roomi, in nearly all of which the
epaco from floor to ceiling is lourteon foot
flvo Inches. Every room lu tho bouse ii
supplied with a speaking trumpet, to tbat
a person in ono room may speak to a per
son in any othor room in tbo houio. Tho
roorni on tbo second floor are excellently
planned and well ligluod, each having not
less than two windows. Taken
all in all, when Uni'shed, tbo
bouso will buuno of tbo moH convonlont,
handsomest and ploasantest houses in tbo
city. Tho work was all dono under tho
supervision of Mr. Alexandor Fry, and
by tho day, tho doctor having made no
Partios who purchasod goods at tbe sale
of Mrs. Lang's millinery store and who
lmvo not paid for nimo, aro requeued to
call at Dan Hartman'r store, Monday and
Tuesday, November lOili and lltb, and
settle thoir bills. John U. Gossman,
Stuart & Giiolsoh will show on Mon
day morning very attractive lino of
prints which they offer at 8 to 10 conts.
.VIIEKE TUB OOSPEL WILL
I'.ot. Chai. Gilbert, tbe Kector, will
conduct torvicci this morning and evon
Ing at tbo church of tbe Kedeomer, Four
teenth streot, between Washington
avenue and Walnut itrcot, at tho usual
Stt Joseph's Catholic church, Walnut
above Twentieth street. Sorvlcoi at usual
St. Patrick ! Catholic church, eornur
of Ninth street and Washington avenuo.
Scrvlcei at the regular hours to-dsy.
By rcqueit of the Y. M. 0. A., ltov.
Mr.Tbayor will dollver a discourse to
morrow morning to young men. In tbo
evening Mr.Thaytr will deliver tho third
discourse of tbo lories. Subject: "The
Prophecies of thu Bible, Hava tboy
beon fulfilled?" Tho Cbriitian world ii
challenged to ihow tho fulfillment of one.
Tho public are invited to hear and judgo
Tho flrit icrvieoof tho first quarterly
meeting of tbii conference year, will be
hold this morning at tbo M. K.
Church, when tbo pastor, Her. J. L.
Waller, by request of tho Y. M. 0. A,,
will preach a sermon to young men. In
tbo evening Elder W. J. Grant will
preach, and administer the communion.
All aro invited.
TOU.VO IIIM'a CUBIBTIA.V A6I0CIATI0K
tnC AL MKKTI.NU,
In accordance with tho recommendation
of the last annual convention of the
Young Men's Christian Anociation of tho
United States and Britlib Provincei, and
tho rtqueit of Its executive committee to
obiTvo tbe Oth day of November, as a
day of prayer for God'i blessing upon tbe
work of tht'o organizations throughout
tbo world, and upon all efforts put forth
for the salvation ol young men, a meet
ing for prayer is appointad to ba hold at
the Mulhodlsl church, at 'I o'clock p.m ,
to-day, to which tbo enliro public are in
vited. Ily order of tho association.
U.S. Yocum, Sec'y.
Mr. Oborly loft yesterday for a visit
to bis parents, who reiido near Carbon
dale, in Jackion county. Ho will return
earlv in tbo week.
Judgo Edion, of Villa Ridgo, visited
tbo city yesterday. Tbe Judge believes
Villa Kidgo of right ought to bo attached
to Alexander county.
Dan. Ungan, tho nowly elected county
clerk of Pulaski county, was in town yes
terday receiving tbe congratulations of bli
numerous friends hero.
Mr. Joseph McKenzio, who for some
time who bis bean testing tho efficacy of
tho Hot springs, Arkansas, returned to
Cairo on Friday last. He is much im
proved in health and spirits.
Among tho prominent arrivals at tho
St. Cbarlea Iiolul yesterday were the fol
lowing: O. W. Cruel, St. Louli; A. U.
Uullis and family, New Orleans; Jas.
Dickey, Pittsburg; J. J. Campbell, I.
C. Ilallroad, Cvntralla, Illinois.
Tbe following named persons wero
reglitorcd at tho Planters' House yester
day ; KoU Hall, St. Louis; P A Hayes,
Illinois; F Uuber, St. Louis; J W
Pigeon, Kentucky: E 0 Wiley, Berry,
Kentucky; It M DoWitt. Frceport, III;
G D Young, Frankfort, 111 ; F It Basham,
IUUard county, Ky ; 0 P Jenkins, M Mc
Hale, Kentucky ; R Asbloy, Missouri ; T
Louthell, S Loutboll, Ballard county,
Ky; K Vonolls, Illinois; V O Bryon, E
Beckwith, MURK; S Oberiy, C Galdy,
Ballard county, Ky.
Registered at tbe European hotel yes
torday were tho following: John Moorci
San Francisco; Wm A Smith, St. Louis
A B Alexandor and U Wcstfall, O & V
railroad ; G W Oarbis and James Vincont,
Metropolis; Josoph Ullgefort, Cincinnati;
Henry Greive and wife, Cinctou..i : Wm
Petty, 0 & V railroad ; Hiram Walker,
Anna; Hiram Athorton, Philadelphia;
T Clarkson, Charleston; J W Edwards,
New York; Michael Johnson, Vlncennes;
Henry Bishop, Vinccnnes; Mrs McGee
and daughter, Sau Francisco ; Jamos
McGeo, Sau Francisco.
Stuart & Giiouo.v still continuo to re
ceive fresh and seasonablo goods every
week. They will show on Monday
Morning a very attractive lino of shawls,
ladies and childron's Bacquos, hosiery,
gloves, ties, ruchos, etc., which they offer
at prices much below their usual valuo.
R. Jonks, fashionable bout and shoe
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest improvements in the line of bis
business. Only tho best sua roost com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo firstclasa in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenuo, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizens of Cairo und surrounding country,
that I will resume, my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about the 1st of December.
0-ao-tf. P. L. Williams, Dontlst.
Dr. B, C. Tabor returned to tho city
yestorday and for tho present, at least,
will be found at No. l'JS Commercial nv
onue, ovor- Taber's jowolry storo. The
doctor makes tho treatment of chronic
discuses of all kinds a speciality and has
boon vory fttccessful in tho uso of elec
tricity as an agent fur tho cure of Kliou
matism, Neuralgia and nervous disorders
of all kinds. Tbo use of tho magnetic
buttery and electorlc macliino is his roost
poworful ally and tho ono to which he re
sorts almost exclusively in tho euro of
cbronio diseases. 1 1 C-Cd
Stuaut & OuoLfcON are offering a very
completo line of gent's, furnishing goods,
at such pricos as will msko them move,
Gentlemen who desire to savo monoy on
thoir purchases of underwear should call
upon us, u
Frksu Baltimore oysters recolved dally
by Harry Walker, t bis rostaurant, Com
morclal avenuo, bolweon Hoventh and
Eighth areoU. 11-7-lm
and depsitures for tho 2 hours ending at 0
p. ro. last evening :
Arkanisi Hello EvsnsvlIU
James Flsk, Jr PaJacah
Ed Uobb Pittsburg
Ftod Wilson Pittsburg
L'.ttlo Condor Pittsburg
Alico Brown Pittsburg
City of Choitor Memphis
Colorado St. Louis
Anna St. Louis
H. S, McComb New Albany
J. D. Parker Cincinnati
Jatnet Flsk, Jr Paductb
Arkansas Bollo Evansvilio
Ed. IlDbbs St. Louis
City of Chester St.. Louis
llawkeve St. Louis
John A Woods Now Orleans
J H Bigley New Orleans
rred Wilson Kew Orleans
Littlo Condor New Orleans
J D Parker Memphis
Tbe river has fallon & Inches during
the put 21 hours. Woathor clour and
mild. Business fair.
The Arkansas Hollo brought ut mam
moth boxes of fruit trees, 10 sheets of
iron, 800 barrels of potatoep, 30 pkgs
of whliky, 18 barrels ol fruit, 90 pkgs
slovo ware and a largo lot of furniture
for the south. A good trip for tho set
son Tho Mary Davldge and bargei
ii duo from Pittsburg, from which the
Thoi. Shlrlock will get 300 tons of freight
The Rover has 1600 toes of railroad
iron for tho C. A. & T, railroad,
which she will deliver at Belmont.
Mo Tho now Illinois Central
and Mississippi Central transfer boat,
built at New Albany, Indiana, by Jamos
Iljwtrd fc Co., arrived yesterday after
noon, but w did not pay her a visit of
inspection The Ed, Hobbs took two
barges salt to St. Louis.., Jco. A.
Woods and Joseph H. Bigley took thoir
full tows to New Orleani Tbe Fred.
Wtlion has twelve boats of coal for New
Orleana Tbe llawkoyo took three
barges of coal to St. Louis Tbe J. D.
Parker has an excellent trip of froight
and people for New Orleans The
Baltic and Alice Brown brought large
tows of coal, which will be taken to St.
Louis Tbo Anna got a load of pig
Iron at Grand Tower for Cincinnati. Sho
found no iron or iron ore at St. Louis,
and bad to loavo tbat city without a
cargo The Honry Ames and Jno. F.
Tolle will bo out from St. Louis bound
for Now Orleans this morning.
Bn, Sarh Byrne, Miss Lucinda
llrouks, MriPrincM lltyani, Mr. n.ncj
Buckley, Lizzie Bland, Georgia Ann
Cole, Kizzle Carpenter, Anna
Cannon, Mary Duncan, Elizabeth
Fi-encli, Allle Grubby, Ann
Gilbert, Mrs Ettlo Gray, JUIss Rachel
Hazo, Mils Fannie Uowio, Mrs Maggio
Hart, Miss Katlo Harris, Hannah
Hunter, Miss Mary Joius, Mrs Mariah
Li)ulsville,Mrs Ellon Mbonoy, Maggie T
Snaffle, Airs Mary Steadman, Mrs Jano
Smith, Harriett A Sykes, Marion
Sullivan, Mrs Tburman, Mary E
Tyler, Lou Telt, Miss
Terel, Jennie Turner, Mies Emma
Wain, Rier Wbitzel, Mrs Nettio
Austin, W S
Bisiell, C F
Beailvy; J H
Cody, Dennis 2
Carnlhan, Oliver 2 Cronner, Richard
Davis, C Wood
Davis, R L
Gerick, A A
Haro, Got M
Gilbert, J V
Hally, R P
Hlggs, J W
Kimbrougb, TN 2'
Lonnard. Theodore Linn, William
Magae, A McCann. B H
MrCormick, Frank Mager, H J
Mann, James McAvon, J J 2
Mosrordini, John Mslber, Lem
Mnoro, Litt'etnn Nichols, William
Osterhsus, William Palmer, Alfred
Pharo, Isaac F 2 Reed. B B
Richards. Georgo W Rethorford, W H-2
Sleep, Allred Smilej, A J
Swan, Rev B O Stephens, E
Simmons, James Sullivan, Robert
Sullivan. Thomas Watt. James
White, J W. "Wakefield, M 8
Young, M V Zanone, G B
Geo. W. McKeaio, P. M.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Go to Halley's for good bargains in
cooking and heating stoves. 11.6-lm
Wanted At the St. Charles IIotel-A
girl to clean silver. 2t
For a good iquaro meal go to Harry
Walker's rostaurant, Commercial avenie
between Sovonth and Eighth street. In
The European hotel, Harry Walke
proprietor, Is opon at all hours of the
Fon OAS) and steam fitting go to Ren.
iU's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth streot. 0-10-tf
Gar and SteamUlting on short notico
Bross' Block. 9-28tf.
All kinds of gamo constantly on band
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avenuo,
between Sovonth and Eighth streots.
IIallky koops tbo celebrated "Fash
ion," tho "Monitor," the "Lady Gay," tbe
"Alaski," and numerous other good cook
stoves ; and all styles of boating stoves,
which ho offers low for cash.
By Hartman, a fine
At a groat bargain,
Call at Uartman'i lalosroom, 100 Com
THOMAS' Photograph Gallery will be
open for business on and afler November 12,
1873, Persons wanting pictures will do well
to wait a few days longer. 11-3 tf
FOUND A LADY'S FUJI COLLAR
(yesterday.) Tho owner can have tbe same
by applying at Tub Bulletin offlco and
paying lor this advertisement,
WANTJS.D A partner In tbe commission
aud order business. An active business
man with small capital can make n good ar
rangement. Address for 10 days, care E.
C. Pace A Co., T. II. V.
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novem.
bcr 3. and through tho winter, a warm lunch
will be spread at the Thalia saloon, opposite
The Bulletin oillce, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the delicacies of tbe season.
11-Mui A. Jaeckel, Pfoprletoi.
BOARDING Mrs. John McKee, having
taken the house formerly occupied by Mrs.
Goodyear, corner ol Washington avenue
and Eighth street, will from this date be pro
pared to accommodate boarders by tho day
or week. 1-w
NOTICE 11-lng determined to close my
business house, 1 shall lrom aud after this
dato, sell for :ash only. All persons In
debtedtomo aro respectfully icqiicstcd to
clo their accounts Immediately. Charles
I). Arter Is hereby empowered to collect,
reecho, and receipt all claims due me.
FRED. STITCHER ha. purchased tho
barber shop or Geo. Reining, who retires
for tbe benefit of his health. Tbe shop Is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets and Us
new proprietor Is dcteimlned to nuke, it
flrst-class in cvary particular. He invites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
SOCIAL PARTY Mr. 31. Burns desires
to Inform the public that he will open his
new hoU'C, on the corner ot Fourth street
and Commercial avenue, on next Mondai
evening, November 10, with a grand eoclai
party, to which he respectfully Invites his
numerous friends. Ho assures all who will
patronize htm a cordial reception, and g od
;hccr. A good string band bo In attend
luce, and will dlscourno sweet music. St
Ooldstlno Rosenwater withes to Inform
the public that they have reduced all best
prints to 10 cents per yard, and ull other
goods In proportion.
Prol. G. C. Bodenwlll open his Danclnj
Aisdemy at Whltlock's ball, cot ner ot Tenth
et-eet and Washington avenue. Gentle
min's class on Tuesday Nov. 11th, at 8
o'dock p m. Juvenile clam, Saturday Nov
lMi, at 2 o'clock p.m. 11-7-31
VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
Aftir January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively in gentlemen's clothing and gent's
furnUhrop goods, and having on hand a large
and well assorted stock of (all and winter dry
goods, notion?, etc., etc., which we desire to
close out entirely, wo tako this method to
Inform tto public that we shall, alter Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods in our store in the
dry good line, at tlrst cost. All ournojiU
were bought at the lowest market price, and
arc fresh and suitable for thisseaaon. 'Ihose
wishing tojobtaln good bargains should
w wtore purchasing eleowhere.
1ILUM & ANSOM,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, between J.
Burger and Elliott & Haythorn, 11-1-lm.
J.Jt. CUNNINOHAJI'S carriages aro the
ocst in tne ciiy. Ue has tbo only cloie car.
riagc in tbo city on hire. Ho will tran-fe-familles
to ind from steamboats or railroad
depots, nljht and day, orders being left ut
5S Commercial avenue. Cunningham would
call attention ot candidates detirlLg to Mt
the country precincts and call upon the
voters, to the fret tbat his spring wagons aro
precisely adapted to this purpose Mbey
were apparently made for the business.
Either ot them will carry a candidate aud
all the working friends necessary to capture
everyvoto outsldo of Cairo, In Alexander
cousty. i(K)i Cm.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Isppj rellet torvounir men lrom ttio el.
fectiol errors and abuses in carlv life. Man
ho) J restored. Impediments to marriage
rocnoved. Now method ol treatment. New
tndremarkible remedies. Ilookn und clr-
jirsr sent free, tn sealed envelopes. Ad
dess, Howurd As'oclatlnn, .No. 2 South
N nth street, Philadelphia, l'a. an InMltu
thn having a high reputation for honorable
emduct und professional skill. 10-2 d.v,w3m
ran lr. llenry'n World's Toaio nad
t Illood Pnrldrr.
it Is the great household renody, pleasant to
lafcc, yet potsnt for the prevention and cure of
f diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
lluchu or BarsaparlUa. Sold by Druggists
Dr. lTfnry'a Root nnd Plant Pill.
Mild yet thorough no naustt orgTlpIug en
Irely vegetable great liver remedy . l'rlce 25
Wilts, Sold by Druggists.
Hrs. Will tco nib's Nyrop.
The great soothing remedy. Trice only 23
:nts. Gives rest to the mother and health to
'.ha child Bold by Druggists .
Intel-siting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kerr
engravings, Two-bnndrtd and sixty Pages,
ftlceWceot. Address Da. Bern' Dismr
liar, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Go to Halley's for tho Burnott steam
baking vessel. 11-6-lm
Go to B. F. Blaku's for everything iu
tho Steam and GusQtting lino. 0-28if.
T. N. KLMDROUGII,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Tcsstk fllreat sssid Wasiilnton Avvmiit
E3TA1I kinds of Jobbing work done on
short notice, and In good style, Leave or
dors at thn shop.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
Kiobth Bt., Ut. Uom. a Wabil,
F. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial Ave.
Boo ti and Shoes mad e to order, and In
ha latest and moat fashionable atyles.
l'E T J-J 11 0 U II L,
No. NO OHIO I.KVEK,
3-V!0tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd & Son.)
ri.oim.cmAiN ami hay.
No 03 Ohio Love), CAIRO, ILLS.
WOOD RlTTKNilOUSK A URO
Geucral Commission Morohan
Iftl OHIO t.KVKK
GENERAL COMMISSION MEHCUANT
And dealer Id
Liuk, Cement, Plaster, Hair. Etc.
fin Ohio Levee,
ZZTl will cell In car load lots at manula
turcrt' prices, add Ing freight. 4-2-11
.1. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and ComuiiaBion
prepared to forward all kinds of freights
to all points.
'i ill .ii 1 1 1 1 . i
N. II. Thlstlewood. P. J. Tlilstowood.
TH1STLEWOOD & CO.,
Commission Mr it chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 7S OHIO LEVEL'.
W. Stratton. T. Bird
STRATTON k BIRD,
Acents American Powder Company
Xo. 57 Ohio Lctcc,
cmtvo, - tUUNOtS. .
LOUIS II. MYERS,
Forwarding and Commission
And Dealer In
HAY, OATS, CORN, FLOUR
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Store Room In Dr. Wardner's now brick
111 Commercial Avenue,
j3"Llbcrol advances modo on consign
meiit.i. Itcfcronce : City Nutinnal Bank. 11-2 tf
II. A. Thorns L. I). Thorns
TllOilS k BROTHER,
Succesotrs to H. M.Hulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, JiROKKRS
AND DKALKR8 IN
duple, a ii J luiiey aroerl-K,'
iuir.ibu ua uomestlo
131 Commercial Avenuet
CAIRO. - - ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
UEALERB IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS tor FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio I.nvoo. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN U. PULL1SA SON,
IHucoeioi to John II. I'hlllli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
JJ'lour, Moal.Bran, Ac,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
lOW 11 Kit UOMPANY.
Cob. Tenth Street and Ohio Lkvkk
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Cor. Commercial Av, aud 18th St,
Also, kep eoasUatlr on hnj a' most earn
plote (took of
IOOT0H AKD IRISH WUIBRIES
-Q I N B,
rort, Maderla, Bberry and Catawba "VY ine
' It '
FORWARDING and (!)MMIfl8ION
TI K H II II A TN,
DEALERS IN FIOTJR;
lod Agent nt
01110 HIVBK AMU KANAWUA
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
NEW YORK STOillS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEST VABIBTT STOCK IN TBI OUT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Comer or nineteenth ntr9tnssrt Com
V.. O. I'ATIKII
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7(1 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
EjTSpeclal otlcntion given to consign
ments and tilling onlcri. 11-2 tf
1). A VERB. t J. AYKKi.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7H Ohio Lkvkk, Cairo, Ills.
R. J. CU.VDIFF,
No. 17 Eiquth St.,
JIYLAND & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Uornor Kith Ptroet and Commercial avenu
noxt door to tho Ilyland saloon.
11-10 tf. OAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALKK IN
FV ESH MEAT,
iJiaiiTii Street, Between WAsniNOToa
and Commercial Avenueh,
Idjolulnc Ul'lentiouae nnd llnunr's
Keep the btvt or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sauuve, etc., nil ro prepared to utrv
ItiiHna In the mnil loeoiitabln manner.
C1TT NATIONAL HANK IIUIEDIKO.
KSTSpeclul attention paid to orders from
teuiubiiHtu. nlkf lit or ilnv
BEM1S, RROW N & CO.,
Aoentb Home Cotton Mills
NO. K) Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
and dealer in
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
Star ror. Twentieth Hlreet aud Com
Buys and MMigbters only the best Cattle,
ilogs and Sheep, and Is prepared to till or
ient fur ! re." Jicam irom
one to ten thou-
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tbe splsadld atasnsr
J" -A. S. FISK,
Diok Fowlbb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
i p.m If or freight or parage apply on ho,
or to Jas. MallorT, Aft.