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THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER. 12, 1873
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OKBinvxn's opfice.'Caiiio, 111. I
November 11,10:11 p.m., 17. J
Barometer, 29: degree.
Tlietmomotcr, 00 degrees.
Wind west. Velocity !i0 miles per
Maximum temperaturo lor last 'J I hour,
Minimum temperature lor tlio laitUI hours,
Prevailing wind for last SI hours, 1101 1b
west. Total number of miles traveled by wind
during lait 21 bourn, ID).
Observer Signal Scnlco, U.H. A.
samuel l. wheeler,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Kim National bank.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
Office over Klnt National bank. g-lG-3ni
Jobn II. Mulkcy. Wlllam C. Mulkcy
MULKKY k SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office: Klrbth street, between Commcr
ulal ami Washington avenue.
GUEEN k tilLUKKT,
00UKHEL0I18 AT LAW,
Wninen ll.(trfin, l
William H Ollbert, V CAIRO, IU.INOIH.
smpeeul attention given to Admiralty and
orrioi onio lkyks, boomb 7 ahd 8 ovn
OITT VATIOBAL BANK.
BNTA BLUSHED IH.TS,
HAFFORD, MORRIS & OANDEE,
73 Ohio IyVf,
CITT NATIONAL HANK 1IVILDINO
The oldest established Agency In .Southern
Illinois, representing over
SG3,000,000 00 !
TEUTON! A LIFE INSURANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Tin. Uerman Lite Insurance Company
OHN A. HOCK, - - - President
KNOUELHDOltr', . . Hecretary
JOHN W. PHUKS8,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Axkooiatlon for promoting Llfo Insurance
nd Blek He lief by w eokly due and mutual
The Mle Insurance Policies will be issued
j the Teutonla Life Ineoranco Company.
U. MEYKU8, President.
JOHN W. l'llUKSS, Ao't.
for Cairo and Ylolnlty
HYLAND & SAUEU,
TTTH H Hi TViM
. AND DBALBHSj IJf
ljiiiiil rv I
mil. ..., mrtA I r, ... rr nrni . 1 a v. nil
next door to the Uyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
fxIWIffAC juiiuuhuuio riuu IIIIUIIJ
..a. An nrt a a nranaran ia lartA
i m-,M auantan mannar.
CITT NATIONAL I1ANK 1IUIKDIKO.
mtinntu. nll'ht or nav.
BHM1S, If UU WIN & UU.,
Aoints lloMi Cotton Mills
NO. 0 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
AND DEALER IN
J, KINDS OF FRE8II MEATS,
ar cor. Twentieth Street null Com.
uy and iliughtors only the best Cattle,
... ..... I mm... onrl 1. nrnnarftfl to till Or-
a for Freeh Meats from one to ten thou.
I pound. "
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
Tonn ahd DBALxn in all Kwdi or
OHMKB NlNXTXNTH AND POPLAB STI.,
0W' (JAHIO. ILLINOIS.
riMul tlaughteri only the bait utile,
Landibeep, and la prepared to nU any
F - -. vnaata fVATn Ann nnlihfl 1 fi
rm. r. Ml mil.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tiik alruoti wero crowded with pole
Them being no quorum present, the J
ctty council did not moot ln.it night.
Mr, Hour. S'JMMEiw, oditor of the
Columbus, Kentucky, 'Disprtih,' was in
Honry Curler, of Mound City, was
down to Cairo yesterday 'slashing 'round'
among tlio boy.
Pon oak and steam fitting go to Ben
nie's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 'J-10-tf
Capt. (It's Fowler, of tho itcatntr
Idlowild, wm Rbout town yoilerday
biking hanJi with bU innny frloud
M1I.ED Uiuisn, mayor of Oil City,
l'onniylvanla, ia a colored man, mid a
cousin of i'olico Magiurr.tu ltlrd of thl
All kinds of gaum constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commcrclnl avenuo
betwoon .Seventh nnd Eighth streeti.
1 1-7-1 m
Mks. Ksioiiv, inothor of Jlri. T. W.
Carlco of this city, diod rather auddonly
bstween seven and eight o'clock lat
night. No particulars.
Tlir. woods on tho Missouri eiJo of tlio
Mliinsippi opposite tbls city I on lire,
and for 11 while last night tho reflection of
the light from tbo lira could bo seen for
Hali.KY keeps the celebrated ''Katb
Ion," tbo "Monitor," the "Lady Gay," tlio
"Alaskl, " and numerous other good cook
stoves; and all styles of beating stoves,
which bo offers low for cash.
The editor of a Tennciieo paper says
he always has a good cook at his houso;
ho treats them In such a manner "tbey
never got their backs up."' People here
abouts would like to got bis rccipo.
Two good brick lay ors can find steady
employment by applying at tbu Winstead
bouse, Anna Good wages and steady
employment guariwitced. See notice In
another column, under bead of special
The African 31. K. church of this city
is being completod, Mr. G. W. llcnd
ricks doing tho work. When tho work is
all dono our colored Methodists can hoist
of one of tho best and handsomest
churches in tho city.
Fhn following named persons wcro reg
istered at tho St. ('harjes hotel yotcrday :
Kugcno Segar, Chicago ; Jas. W. Doug
la, Win. Linker, St. Louis j E. W.
Krlndman, New York; C. F. Hall and
Milt E. Mason, Shollleld. Illinois.
The work of planking the Illinois Ccn.
tral railroad yardi in Ibis city is being
pushed forward with all poulblo hnsto,
Thore Is a large forco of mon engaged on
tbu work, and tbo company hope to com
plete tho job beforo tbo bad weather icU
It. Jon i:n, fashionable boot and shoe
makor. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest improvements in the line uf bis
business. Only tbo best ana most com
petent wcrkmen omployed, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclun in ovcry respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth itrcot. 10.7-tf
A mv days ai;o h couplo of young
lovyers from Ilallard county arrived in
Fuducah on their WHy to Tonnessee,
whero they expected without hindrance
to blend their dostinles, but boforoloaving
Paducah the father of tho girl roso, liko
Ranquo's ghoit, before tbe astonisbod
couplo, and taking charge of tbo girl
Hurled back homo. The would-be bride
groom alto returned, but by another road.
Col. ItRYfcOX is making arrangements to
removo Racon rock. He proposes to blow
the rock to place?, and nay when it goes
oil' Cairo will got a lively "shaking up.'
A number of boles will bo drilled into it,
which will bo filled with duolino,'ono blast
of which tho Colonel thinks will bo suffi
cient to fo offectually destroy tho rock as
to novor again bo troublcsomo to plying
Tun Commercial hotel has been rc-
opousd under tho management of D,
Miller and Ruben Smith; and is now
ready to rcciovo boarders either by the
day or 'week. Tho opening of tbo hotel
will bo eclobrated by n grand bill and
suppnr to tako place to-morrow (Thurs
day) night. Tho proprietors are colored
mon, and will do everything in their
power to mako tho Commercial a paying
Tho barber shop is on tho corner of
Eighth etrout and Commercial avenuo
whoro J. Goorgo StionbouBO with hitgen-
tlemonly assistants enn bo found at any
hour of tbo dny or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper nnd head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladioa' and children's hair cut or curled
aftor tho most approved styles. 8-15-tf
Titr.RK will bo n mooting of tho colorod
pooplo of Cairo on noxt Friday night, at
Rov, Caldwell . church, Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Codar stroots, to ap
point a delcgato to attond tbo convention
of colorod mon to bo hold In Washington
city on tbo 13lh day of Docembor next, to
urge upon congress tbe nocessity for pass
ins Senator Sumner's civil rights bill.
Rev. Houston, tho Baptist minister, is seek
ing tho appointment of dclogato to the
The itatemont of expenditures of Alex
ander county for tbo yoar ending Septem
ber 1st, 1B73, show that the oxponses of
tho circuit court, maintaining criminals,"
oto., for tho yoar was 1 8,997 ; and for pau
pors, lunatics and coronor's inquoitf,
$0,739,68. Tho amount paid out as foot to
county officer wm $0,381,04. Improve
ments to roads and bridges during the
year cost $1,702,97. Fuel, Ico and light
for tbo court houio and jail, and Improvo.
men'. on court homo, jttl and poor farm
amounted to $308,5 1.
In Police Magistrate Mini's Court yet.
day, John Perry, on charge of drunk
enness, wm Unod one dollar nml costs
He had no money, but being a resident ol
the city nnd an bono t ort of a man, was
given time to pay.
Two white girls, Faun id Hopkins and
Mary Simmons, for loitering about lb
streets and saloons of the city woro befort
bis honor, and n flno of $5 and the
"inseporable'' booked to their account
They wcro old offender, and in default of
paying Ibeir fines woro sent tothecala
booso. They aro both familiar with the
Inside of that institution, and it will bo no
hardship for thorn to worry out a fow
days in it. John Watson, arrested on a
chArgo nf drunkoness, was, nftor bear
ing the evidence In his caso discharged.
Cairo, Ills., October 23, 1873. Wo tbo
undersigned, toko great plcasuro In re
commending to our friends and tho pub
lic generally, Mr, Max Roller as a compe
tent piano tuner, and repairer; and think
it is for the intorest of all our citizen who
bavo planocs, to employ this gentleman
who is thoroughly acquainted with the
btisincM, and has in ado Cairo bis home,
rather than depend upon traveling, and
utten times incompitont parsons. Thoro is
enough work for ono piano tuner in this
city, but to divido tbat work
wo deem it unwise, and benco
wo recommend unity in patronage.
Mrs. E, W. Lmsdcn, J. Schlcsingor, Mrs.
A. U. Safford, Mrs. L. A. McKoulg, Mrs.
.1.11 Oberly, Mrs. M. II. Harrell, Jacob
Martin, Mrs. O. Winston, Mrs. L. Jorgen
son, Wm. Alba, II . Winter, N. Smallen
burg, Jacob G. Lynch, F. Korsmoi-er, It.
V. Uolzner, J. Murdock, Phil II. Saup, H.
Watson Webb, Mrs. Phil Howard, Mrs.
U. L. II all id ay, Daniel Hartrnan, Mrs.
W. E Craig, Mrs. W. H. Sobutter, Mrs.
W. A. Uaokor, F. D. Rexford, II. Meyors,
O. D. Williamson, Peter NetT, E. Ellis,
J. ( Harman, F. M. Stockflctb, C. W.
Dunning, M. D.j Mrs. Wood Rittenhouie,
A. Lohr, J. T. Rcnnie, E. Ruder, Jobn
Llmbert, R.J. Cundlff, etc., etc.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Go to Halloy's for tho Harriett steam
baking vessel. 11-C-lm
Go to Halloy's for gtod bargains in
cooking and beating stoves. 1 1-0-lm
Gab nnd Stcamlltting on
Foil a good squaro meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
bolween Soventh and Eighth street, lm
The European hotel, Har.-y Walker
proprietor, is o,ion at all hours of the
1. rltzgorMd at bit rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial ave
nue, offers for talo Guinness' Porter &
IS an' ales and pure Hennessy brandy,
and the genuino Acgosturo bitters, all
first-class cholera cures. Try thorn
Uy Hartrnan, a tine
At n great bargain.
Call at H&rtman's salesroom, 10j Com
Notice Is hereby glvon that .1 will pay
no bills for good sold to any of the em
ployes of The Cairo Bulletin, either
or thomselve or for tbo use of the office
unloao tbo same aro furnished on an order
ligned by Mr. Burnott or myself.
12-20-ly Jonir II. Odxblt,
A New E.steri'ribe. Dr. R. F. Field
will run a lino of backs botweon Cairo
and the terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
& Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2o'clock, p. in., making closo con
nection with tho trains on that road.
Orders for passongers or baggage should
bo left at Field's stablo, on 10th streot.
Dr. Lavarty, bomoeopathist physi
cian, lato of Sbawnoetown, has located in
this city and intends making it bis home
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
moudod, and rofere to tho officers nf tho
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
bis profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of tho patronago of
ourcitizene. Office 140 Commercial avo
nuo. 7 'JO-tf
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resumo my practlco in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of Docembor.
a-30-tf. P. L. Williams, Dontist. ,
Parties who'purcbasod goods at tbo ealo
of Mrs. Lang's mlllinory storo and who
have not paid for same, aro requested to
call at Dan Uartman's storo, Monday and
Tuesday, November 10th and llth,and
sottlo thoir bills. John II. Gossman,
Two llattories of two Iloilors, each J4
foot long, 2 inch Dram, li 14 inch Flues
with tiro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safoty and Mud valves, Chimney and
Urltchin, all complete and In first-class
ordor; been used only three month. For
price, etc., inquire of J. T. Rb.nnik,
9-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
Dr. B. C. Tabor roturncd to tbo city
yesterday and for tbo present, at least,
will bo found At No. 128 Commercial av
onuo, over Tabor's jewelry storo. Tho
doctor makos tho trcatmont of chronic
diseases of all kinds a speciality and has
boon vory successful in tho use of elec
tricity as an agont for tho cure of Rliou
Tnatism, Neuralgia and norvous disorders
of all kinds. Tbe use of tho magnotic
battery and oloctorlo raacblno is his roost
poworful ally and tbo one to which ho re
sorts almost exclusively in t'o cure of
chronic diseases. li-c-Gd
nd departures for tho St hours i'iidl at C
p. tii, list evening :
James Flsk, Jr Paducab
Fanulu Lewi Vicksburg
Alary Allco and barges.. ,ew urieuns
Liberty No -1 St. Louis
Foarlots Grand Towor
f W btrader St. Louis
Arkantns Hello.... Evansvillo
James Fisk, Jr.
Mary Alice .. ..
LJohn Gilmoro. .
P W Strader.,
Fearless Grand Towor
Llborty No 4 Gland Towor
The Uivr.ua Tho Ohio is falling, hav-
ing rccrdtd about thirteen inches slnco
last report. Thoro is said to bo about ten
feet of water on ltacnn rock. Tbo Mlstis
sippt is reported to bo swolllng r-lowly
with flvo foot to St. Louis.
liuaiKKM and Weather lluslnois
was dull as is always tho caso on Monday.
Though tbo number of arrivals and de
partures worn about as usual, none
of tho boats transacted much business
Tho woather during the day was delight
ful warm and pleasant. Towards even
ing, however, tbo sky bocame clouded ovor
and a strong north wind commenced
blowing. Tho pleasant weather wo bave
been enjoying for tbe past two or throo
woeks cannot contlnuo much longer. A
break must soon come, aul when It dooj
occur, it will como with a vengeance
Miscellaneous. John McCloud an
old steamboat clerk in tho Cincinnati and
Memphis trade, and a long wbilo on tbe
Missouri with Capt. Uurd, died of yellow
fever at Shrovcport, on tho '.Mth of Octo
ber. Ho formerly rosldod in Portsmouth,
Ohio The Chas. Rodmann, en routo
from New Orleans to St. Louis, has L',000
sacks of salt, 1,000 sacks of cofTuo and ISO
tons of mlscollanoous froight Tho
steamers Messenger and Comet aro load
ing their barges nt Pitttburg for St. Louis
Tbo Jobn Means is laid up at Cin
cinnati for tbe present, awaiting
a trip for tho south or any
other point that may oiler
Tho Thomas Shlrlock is tilling out rapidly
and will clear for New Orleans this even
ing Ono bargoof tho Henry Anus
was bard aground at Llborty Island yei
torday, but is no doubt off by this time,
as a lighter was sent to her from
Grand Tower yesterday morning
Tbo Glliuore, Liberty and Fearless took
part of their tows to Grand Tower yes
terday Tho Strader has a very fair
trip for Now Orleans Tbe Arling
ton has 3!o tana tot MempltW lb
Arkansas liollo brought 700 bbls potatoes
and ulot of sundries for resblpment soutb.
From the St. J.onN Time.
Captain Henry Switzer, who took tho
Legal Tender to Vicksburg and back to
Memphis, returned uu tho Capitol City
yesterday. He reports 6 feet hence to
Cairo; and tho Honry Ames and Emma
Elliott still aground at Liberty.
Tho Ruth's repairs cost over $3,200,
and sho is now looking as beautiful aa
when cntlroly new. Captain R.trnes in
forms us that ho will load her in tho Car
roll lino shortly for Maw Orleans.
The Cincinnati 'Commercial' of Sun
day says : "Business was moderately ac
tive along tho Levee yestoiday, yet dull
for the season of year. Tho Thompson
Dean's magnificent cubln was thronged
with visitors durinc tho afternoon, and
up to her hour of departure last night. I
Sho leaves Louisville this morning,
Evansvillo Monday night and Cairo on
'fuosdav night. Tho Andy Baum, Cupt.
H. J. Vinton, departs for Memphis on
Wednosduy, and will be followed by tho
Ben Franklin, Capt. W. U. Miller, Into of
tho Minnouln, on next Saturday. Capts.
Wolf and Byers' now stcamor Cherokee
Is advortised to loavo for New Orleans on
Tuesday. She is a large, neat and elegant
passenger and trelgbt steamer,
Tho Memphis 'Appeal' of Sunday says :
The W. L. Trail, a craft known as tro
groat aquatic agitator of tbo 'Avalanche,'
who for tho past aovoral woeks has had a
hugo "commercial" bargo in tow, left the
city yestorday or was to havo gono for
some intotior town or couotry school
houso in tbe state, no doubt thoroughly
disgusted with Memphis that hor mer
chants did not appreciate tho vast carry
ing qualities and capacity of his barge,
and present tho gay young widowor with
a houso and lot or a controlling Inter
est in tho stock of somo dividend-paying
railroad or stoamboat
company, nnd perhaps telt soro, too
ovor tho fact that tho Howards nevor of
fered to mako htm an honorary momber of
their association for'bla herculanean ef
forts to rolieve tho wants of tbo distressed
poor during the provalonco of tbo scourgo.
He will get ovor bis "huff" however, by
tbo timo ho returns, which will bo somo
tlmo during tho present wook, whon bo
will bo taken in charge by tho board of
boalth, and put through a series of com
pound disinfecting laths, tlio principle ob
ject being invlgoration. Alter that ho
will bo supplied with a new suit of
clotbos, and have his boots blacked, when
ho again will be ready to locato himself
permanently among us.
Ross has on hand, and for tale a largo
quantity of oak;and;;bickory wood, cut
and spilt, and ready forthostovo. Also
all kinds of coal which will bo delivored
in any part of tho city on short notice
Loavo orders at coal yard, on Commer
cial avonuo, opposite Eleventh stroot.
A clergyman, wbilo residing in South
AtnorlcA as a missionary, discovorel a
sato and simplo remedy for tbe euro of
norvous woaknoss, early decay, dltoasot or
tho urinary and sornlnal organs, and tho
wholo train of disorders brought on by
baneful and vicious habits. Groat num
bers have boon cured by this noblo remedy.
Prompted by a dosiro to bonollt the af
flicted nnd unfortunate. 1 will tend tho
rocoitUor preparing and using tbls med
iclno in a sealed envolopo. to anyone whu
neods it,r of ehargt. Addrots
JosErn T. Inman,
Station D, Uiblo Home, Now York,
August 'id, 1 yr
Go to O, F. Blake's for everything in
tbo Steam and QatfUtlng lino. 9-U8tf.
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY Two good
bttcklaycrr. Apply at Wlnttcnd house,
Anna, lllinol. Steady work. 1LI2U
THOMAS' Photograph Gallery wilt bo
open for business on and nftcrNoicmborl'.',
1S73. Persons wanting pictures will do well
to wait n few days longer. 11-3 tf
NOTICE On and niter Monday, Novem
bers, and through the winter, a warm lunch
will be spread at tho Thalia saloon, opposite
Tiiu Bulletin oillcc, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of the season.
11-2 lm A. Jakcehl, Proprietor.
NOTICE Using determined to closo toy
lmsincs bouse, 1 bball from and after tbls
date, .'ll for :ah only. All person In
debted to mc arc rcspci'tlully uucstcd to
clo.e their iiceounM Immediately. Charles
I). Artcr li hereby empowered to collect,
rcr le, and receipt all claim! duo me.
FltCl). .STITCIIEIt has purchased the
bnrbcr Miop of Geo. ltctnliig; who retire
for the benefit of hl health. Tho (hop it
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, nnd its
new proprietor Is determined to make It
llrst-cla'i In every particular. He unites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
THE Commercial hotel hai been reopened.
D. .Miller and Reuben Smith, proprietors,
and is now rcajy to rccclvo guests and
boarders, cither by day or week. The Com
mercial will eclobrato its opening with a
grand party and supper, on to-morrow
(Thursday) evening: Guests will bo In
vltcil.andiiHitt show their Imitations nt the
door. 11-12 It
M I I.LIN Kit V AND iTuESSAI A KINO.
MIm Adelaide Phillips and Mr. L. T. Ilrlggs
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, would respectfully announce
to tho ladies of Cairo and vicinity, that they
are receiving a full lino nf fashionable mill
nery good., and aro proparcd to furnUh
their patrons with bats and bonnets from
the cheapest to the most expensive.
HKASONS WHY. Tho rcusotu why Dr.
Prlee'aSpcclnl Flavorings, cinnamon, lem
on, vanilla, etc., arc superior to all others,
Is becuute they arc prepared from tho choi
cest elected frnlt and arotnatlcs. without
coloring ur poisonous oils, that all the flav
oring principles are retained unchanged by
chemical action, highly concentrated, re
quiring less to flavor, that there Is no de
ception In bottles us they bold one-half
rnoro than those fold for the fmo size.
That they aro In every particular like his
celebrated Cream Haklug Powder, Just as
represented. 11-12 lwdArw
Kmc white; slnglo and doublo X amber
single and double X Canary, best quality of
manllla, blue letter, etc., etc. bO.OOO for
alo, printed at 83 W to 0 M) per thousand,
at the Bulletin Office.
VF.ltY LATEsT TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st we expect to deal ex
clusively in gentlemen's clothing nnd gent's
furnlshlnz goods, nnd having on hand a large
and well assorted stock of fall and winter dry
goods, notions, etc., etc., which wo desire to
close out entirely, we tako this method to
iniorni tuo punuc mat wc man, niter ov
ember 1st, sell all goods In our storo in the
dry good line, at tlrst cost. All ourgond
wcro bought at the lowest market price. and
aro fresh anil Miiiablo for thl!-e:ion. 'I hose
wishing to obtain frond h.irg.iln MioiiM
call on us beloru purchasing elsewhere.
IlLUM it A.NM1M,
No. 112 Commercial avenue, bi'twcen J.
llurger and Elliott & Haythorn. 11-1-lm.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM'S carriages aro tho
best In tho city. Ho has: tbo only close car
riage In tho city on hire. Ho will transfer
families to and from steamboats or railroad
depots, night and day, orders being Iclt at
S." Commercial avenue. Cunningham would
call attention of candidates deslrUg to visit
the country precinct. and call upon the
voters, to tho fact that hi Hiring wagon aro
precisely adapted to this purpose. 'I hey
wcru apparently mado for tlio business.
Either of them will carry a candidate and
all tho Working friends necessary to capture
every vote outside ot Cairo, In Alexander
county. 10-31 Urn
KING OF Till: HLOOD.-Can.erou tu-
mors. Caso. It I with plcasuro I write,
In behalf ol my mother, Who has been tak
ing yourmedlelne. King of the lllood, for a
tumor, and can say she i most entirely
cured. Sho has taken four bottles of tho
medicine, i'l'lio tumor was a largo as a
goose egg when she commenced. It Is now
only about tho slo of grain or com, and
rapidly disappearing. She has doctored
hundreds of dollars away without bcnetlt.
until using your medicine, for which wo
shall nlwuys bo thankful, and can recom
mend the King of tho lllood to auy ono
needing It. My mother's name Is Sarah
Dulln. Yours respectfully,
Sarah McMinis, Kenton, Ohio.
Seo advertisement In another column.
cl A Any lady, or child overSycarsol age,
VlU can now learn Madame Herman's now
method of making wax flower for only
2 60, by purchasing her now book or In
struction and an entire set or mould. Or
her book ol Instruction in tho ncnutll'iil art
of making foliage, which is a perfect ropro.
scntatlou of tho natural leaf, and made
without mouN or scissor. Price, only if.'l
These bonk can bu had from tho author
Madame Herman No. 113 West 41st street,
New York, or trom tho office of thl paper.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Uatiiiv relief lorvouns men from the ef
fects ot errors ami abuses in early life. Man
hood restored, imiieiiimeiiiM to marriai:n
removed. New method of treatment. New
and rcmatkablo remedies. Hooks and elr-
sulara scut free, In scaled envelopes. An
dres, Howard Association. No. 2 South
Ninth streot, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion hating a high reputation fur honorable
conduct aud professional skill. 10-2!) lUwttni
Van Ur. Henry' World' Totstc iitid
It Is the pre at household remedy, pleasant to
take, yetpoUntforthe prevention and euro of
diseases. It Is better than Wttcrs, Cordial,
IlucUu or Sartapoillla, Bold by Druggists
Ur. nenrr'a Boot '" Plant PHI.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orRrlplng-en-
tlrelyvsiretablo-grtat liver remeuy.
tent. Bold by Druggists.
Mm. Wbltcomb'a Nyrop.
Th great toothing remedy. Trlco on'.y ii
cents, aire rest to the mother snd health to
in child Bold by Druggists .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
engravings, Two-hundred and Uty Pages,
Ft toe CO cents. Address Da. Butts' Disrate
uir, 11 North Eighth Street, Bt. Louis, Mo.
WILLIAM K. MMiTH, M. D.
E8IDKN0K No. 11 Thirteenth etreet, be.
i inu Wuhtnrton aveane and Walnut etreet.
oe USOomsnerotelaTeane.op stairs.
Parnbaker & 011
ARE STILL SKLLI.VO OOOHH AT
Very jLow Prices
Fino blue and black Chinchilla
Overcoats 310 00 '
Blue and blnck Chinchilla Pea-
Jacket (for men) 7 f)0
Blue mid black Chinchilla Pea
Jackets (for boys) 0 CO
A No 20 Beaver Overcoat,
eassiiucrc lining L") 00
Several colons of Beaver suits.. 15 00
Good working Overcoat 7 00
An A No. 1 Child's Velvet Suit,
Coat, PutiU and Vest 0 00
First-class boy's Overcoat 1 00
All Wool, winter, Knit Jackets. 1 25
Heavy winter Undershirts and
Fiue French Calico Shirts, with
Collar, a mire fit, worth SI!,
TPOFL. BOYS 2
wn can vurtNiBii
A GOOD OVERCOAT
S I3F I T S
FROM $5 TO $25.
AFTER SELLING OVEK
900 Panic Hats
We aro still Felling
THREE FOR $1
SPECIAL WAURANT NO. 3.
Public notice Is hcroby given that the
comity court of Alexander county, has ren
dered judgment for a special assessment tin
on property benefitted by tho following lm
provemcnti The now sidewalk on the
northerly Udo of l'lltceuth streot, from
W ashlngton avenuo to Waluut street i tlio
reconstructed sidewalk on south side of
l lflli street, from Washington avcuue to
Ualnutfctrcct; ou north suie of Filth street;
on west side of Walnut street, between
Fourth ami Flllli streets; on west side or
Walnut street, between Secntli and Eighth
streets; on cast aide of Walnut street, be
tween .Ninth nnd Tenth streets; on west
sldo of Walnut street, between Eleventh
ami Twclltli streets; ou east, side or Wal
nut street, between Twelfth anil Thirteenth
streets ; on eat side or Walnut, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth street" ; on west
side or Walnut streot, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth Mrccn; on the east side ot
Walnut street, between Fifteenth and Six
teenth streets ; on e t side or Walnut street,
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets;
on cast sldo or Walittt street, between Nine
teenth and Twentieth streets; on wct kIiIu
or Washington avenui, between Twcntv
seventh nnd Twenty-Eighth street" ; souih
ulilc of Twcnty-Kighth street, between
Commercial avenue nnd Poplar street.
A will moro fully appear from certified
copy of the ludgmcnt on tlio In the ofllco of
tho clerk ol the city ot Caiio, that a warrant
for the collection nf stirh a"cmcnt Is In
tho hint!" or tho undersigned. All person
tnterctcd arc hereby notltlcd to call and
pay the amount" nsncsscd, at tho collector'
oillcc, No- tio Ohio levee, within thirty davs
Irom tW date hereof.
Dated thl llth (lav of November, A. 1).
1S73. it. a. Cunningham, Collector.
0tirlr'! "lurch HI, linv.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFFOUD. President;
8. 8. TAYLOlt, Vice-President;
II. 1IYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. N. lUnrtAT,
K. II. CCSKIVUUAM.
I'ACL O. OCHCll,
J. it. l'llltl lM.
U. r. IIAU1DAT,
Deposits ot itur Amnnnt UwHitTexKrora
Ten Cxnla ltiiwrr1n.
INTKKKHT psid on deposit M the rate of six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Heptum
brr 1st. Interest not withdrawn 1 tdded Imme
diately totb principal of tho deposit!, thereby
iWlnir them compound Interest.
UAnniKS WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAT
9 rn.T o out iuick naiw it.
Opon et ery tuslnes. dny from u a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and tuturdtr iT-.nr lor HA VINO DEPOSITS:
on!., from 4 to o clock.
miW W. HT8LOP. TroMiirer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
T3 A. TCTtZ.
OA 1 ltd. 1LLISOIO
CAPITAL, " - 8100,000
W. k. UALMDAT, Proildtnif
IIK.NRr L. HALLIDAT, Vloe-PretJni
A. It. BAFFOKI), Outlier;
WALTER JlTSLOr, Anl-tli CaiM.p
Bruti Taylor, Kojiht H. GrNNiNanA,
III!! L.lUtllDAl. W. P. IlAlLIDlT.
Qso. D. WiuiAMioa, Bnrm. Bum
A. 11. BAtrOUD.
irxclinsiffo, Coin and CiiltKl fSlntce
ltonde ltn uic tit unit ttoM,
Dil'GaiTU ralv6d, and a general Lcnllna
FIRST N ATION Al7 BANK
It. W. MlLLElt, President.
J. it. Vw Liva. Vlco-1'resldcnt.
Chas. Cunni.vuham, Cashlor.
aOfiLKOTIONH PllOMPTLY MADK,
iJIXCiTAVJK, coin. brk note and L's
ll mates secf'i'w bought ol ol.1.
suieirmi Allow.. . 'Iui iir,nlt,
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
t'UIC.HII F.1,1, STYI.KS
M ll S . 31 . J A 0 K S O N ,
(Pornicrly Jlrs. Swandors,)
announces that sho ha Jut opened a largo
assortment of tho
Mlllinory Good to bo louud ill tho market.
Sho will keep on hand
Hats, Bonnets, J'lowkh, Kiihions,
DriKs.t Thimmings of All Kinds,
Ladiks Furnisiiino Goods, Notions,
Collars, Undkii&lkkvks, Huffs,
Attll all COOll lolllul ill nilllllicn- ilnrr. nil
ot which will bo illspOM'U of ut tho lowest
cash prico. Mrs. Jackson respectfully
nskhu eontlniiatlou of the pataoimgo which
bus been so liberally betovcd upon her by
tho ladles of Calm and the vlclnitv.
HEAL ENTATE AKXJ.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTB
74 (HUCOND VLOOB) OHIO LHVBS,
llUY AND SXLti RtAL ESTATI,
I'UHNISU ABaTKAOTfl OP TITLB
Snd pi nrnTHTeruuis of Kln.lt
P. M. STO0KFLKTII,
He c title r and Wholesale Dealer In
t'tnttllOrV AN1 DUMKN 10
LIQUORS AND WINES
NO. 0'J Out. i ,vri.
9.5 tf CAIUO, ILLlf