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lllJfi CAIRO DAILY UULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 13, 1873
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
onnvitK'8 0i'KicK,'CAiRo, nil., 1
November VI, 10:11 p.m., 137a. J
llaromcter, 29sS5 degrees.
Therniomotcr, f0 degree.
WltJ west. Velocity so miles per
Maximum temperature lor last 'U liour,
Minimum temperature fortholat2t hour,
Prevailing wind for last 21 hour, north
Total number of miles traveled by wind
during last 21 hours, 1U'.
Observer Signal Sen Ice, U. H. A
8AMUKL J'. WllKKLKH,
ATTORNEV k COUNSELOR AT LAW
OUlce over First National bank.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
John II. Mulkey. Willam U. Mulkey
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllce: Eighth ntreet, between Commer
rial and Washington avenue.
GIIKHN A G1LHKRT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Oriseu, 1
William II Gilbert, V OAlKO, ILMNOIH.
mum r.ouw.tt, J
MTHpccul attention glren to Admiralty and
orriui oitio lbykc, uooub 7 ad 8 otu
OITT K ATIOBAL MAMK.
WII ITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
ft WALTER, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH. SHINGLES. CEDAR POSTB
DOORS, SASU, ULIND3
furnished on rtiortest notio.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Cairo Rox and Raskkt Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
If aui ami Norr.
Keep constantly on band
Floouiso and Sim.no, also Lath.
MILL A l YARD COa.VKR THIRTY-fOURTH
OTKICKT AND OHIO LXVEE.
ILLINOIS 7-30 tl
"orner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
II LANK BOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds ol
ruling done at ftbort notice, Hlblc, Music.
Magazine and Periodicals bound neat and
at tie lowest po8lble rates.
ounty work, ucb as ltceords, Dockets
Fse Hooks. Hlanks, etc, made a (pcclallty
Hoxes, Pockot Hook, Envo lopes, otc
ni le lo onlfr 11-24
8APFOIID, MORRIS & UANDEK,
73 Ohio Levee.
CITY NATIONAL BANK 1JVILDINO
The oldeU established Agency In Southern
llllnou, represents g over
$05,000,000 00 1
of tbo best Insurance Capital ol the
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
OKKT'i..OyyicB, 17 WasiiinotonSt,
'I'liin onrman Ufa Insurance conwanv
guarantee not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Valuo In Caab on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - Fioildont
0. KNOUKLSDOKF, - - Hocretary
JOHN W. l'JIUKHS,
Aaent for Cairo aud vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
C f Aaiociatlon for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick ltellef by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In object ot publlo bonent.
The Llle Inroranco l'ollcloi will bu lsauod
by the Teutonla Llfo Insurance Company.
JOHN W. FRTJES9, Ao't.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
For oas and ttuatn fitting go to Ren
nlo'a Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth itrcot 9-llMf
Till Odd-Fellows, wllhtbulr wivot at.d
futnlllus,wi)l enjoy a tociablo at their lodgo
room to-hlght. Visiting brothers and
Odd-Follow" widows aro invited to par
ticipate. TllK secretary of tbo Nnuio base ball
club says the tl rat baseman of said club,
the ball season having enduj, has takon
to nursing children in order to ralso a
crack nine for next year.
IIali.KY keeps tbo culehrntud "Fash
ion," Ibu "Monitor," the "Lady day," the
"Alaskl, ' and ntiuiorous other good cook
stoves; and all styles of heating stows,
which ho oilers low for caih.
Tub county court proceedings which
we publish this morning, aro unusually
lengthy, and consequently crowd out
much other matter prepared for thlg
morning'i Iisuo of The HtLi.rriN. Wo
aik the indulgence of our rcaderi on this
The present county court bat blxlccn
days longer to servo, when tho now board
of county commissioners will stop into
their shoes. Tbo members of tbo out
going Court bavo beon faithful to tha du
tios imposed upon thorn, and nro entitled
to the thanks of tho pcoplo of tho county-
llY reference to tbo card published in
another column, it will.boicen that Kov
II. 11. Tbayor has been requested to do
liver n second locturo on tho "l'ropbeclos
of tho HIMe," taking for his subject, Tyre,
Idumea, Egypt, tbo Isbmaolitos acd Da
mascus. We tuppoio Mr. Thayer will
comply with tbo request.
I. O. O. P. Thoro ill be a meet
log of, and work in tbo Kobekkah Do
greo to-nlgbt. After which there will bo
a lodge social, to which nil visiting broth
ers and Odd-Fellow' widows ami their
families arc InviWd. My order of
A. Comi.vo", N. 0.
1'.. Jo.vr.f, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork solei, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest improvements in tbo lino of bit
business. Only tho best ana most com
petent wcrkmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclass in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Is another place in this morning's Bul
letin will bo found the card of C. N.
Hughe, insurance agent. Mr. Hughes is
tho agent of a number of tho best and
most reliable insuranco companies in tho
country, In fact ho represents nono but
llrit'Clais companies, and property insured
with him may bo set down as being In
A New Entkki'HIbk. Dr. 11. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks between Cairo
and tbo terminus of tbo Cairo, Arkansrs
A Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
ami Jjo'clock, p. ra., making closo con
nection with tbo trains on that road.
Ordors for passengers or baggago ihould
be left at Field's stable, on 10th street.
Mr.. C. It. Williamson, of the llrm of
C. It. Williamson & Co., of St. Louis,
doalers in twlno, wrapping paper, paper
bags, etc., is In tho city, and will spend to
day in calling upon our bunnos men and
soliciting ordors for his llrm. Tho bouio
represented by him is ono of tho largest
and best in tbo Southwest, and those of
our Cairo merchants in want of goods in
his line will do well to givo him their
Tbo barber shop M on tho corner of
Eighth struct and Commercial avonuo
whore J. .George Stionhouso with bis gen
tlcmonly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
suro of receiving first-class troatmont.
Ladies' and cbildron'a balr cut or curled
after tbo moat approved styles. 8-15. tf
Ir is doubtful whether tho colored peo
ple of this city will send a delegate to
Washington to represent thorn in the con
vention of colored men, to bo held tberu
on tho 13th of next month, to urgo tbo
parage of Sumnor'a civil rights bill.
Ihey contend that tho expenses of a delo-
gato to tho convention will not fall short
of one hundred dollars, and that is more
than they aro willint; to tako from tho
pockets of tho colored people of the city
at this time.
A Card, Ukv. H. M. Thayer: Dear
Sir We, tho undoriignoi would ro-
pectfully request you, if consistent with
your other duties, to dolivor another di
courso upjii tho Piophecie of tho Mibl
at your earlieit convenient, taking for
your subject, Tyro, Idumea, Egypt, tbo
lshmaullt6s and Damascus.
Yours, very respectfully,
S. P. Uonnott, I). W. Munn,
D. I. Davis, .I.e. JHeare,
S. D. Aycrx. John Wood,
M. S. Cox, O. Haytborn,
Jos. U. Rood, J. M. Phillis,
John Antrim, W. Strattnn.
W. Hyslop and other.
Cairo, November 10, 1873.
Archie Roiiinhon and Joseph Jackson
colorad men, bad a difficulty yesterday,
which but for tho intorferonco of othor
parties might bavo resulted fatally to
Jackton. Tho quarrel grow out of Jack-
ion's assisting a third party todrivo aoino
bog out of a corndold outaido of tho
Mississippi loveo, to which Arcbia took
oflenao. Thoy bad omo word, wbon
Uoblneon loft, but aubaoquontly roturnod
with bis cun, whon tho quarrel waa ro
nowod. Robinson struck Jackson with
the gun, RRd then lovoled It to shoot, but
was prevontod so doing by othor partle
who happened to bo present. Chiet of
Polico McUaie arrostod Robinson, ana
took him boforo Polico Magistrate Bird
who asiossod a lino of flvo doll.tr and tbo
cost against him.
and departures for tho 21 hours ending at C
p. m. l.it ocnliii: i
Illinois , Columbus
Rover and barges Melmout
Joo Klnnoy Vicksburg
Gloncoo New Orloans
Hello of Momphls .Memphis
Maltic Grand Tower
Henry Ames St. Joutt
1' W JUtrador Now Orleans
Joo Klnnov St. Louis
Olcricoo....' St. I on Is
Rovor St. Louis
Llborly No 4 Grand Tower
Hello of Memphis St. Louis
Baltic Grand Tower
Tho rivor lias fallen tun inches slnco
during tbo past '.'4 hours. Tho weather
was cloudy und cold yesterday with a few
Hikes of snow during the foronoon, and
an ugly north wind all day. The day
cloicd with tbo promiio of clear weather.
win unchanged, thcro being very lllt'o
Tbo Henry Ames cot out from St.
Louis, after so long a timn, with bor two
btrges heavily laden for New Orleans.
Slio leaves ono Largo lioro, taking Us
cargo upon herself.
The Raven goos to St. Louis with hor
two barges for it load of iron oro for
Tho Jas. Kinney brought u steam on
gino and 13 packages freight for this city,
arid bus a slim trip for St. Louis.
The Liborty No. 4 went to tho Tower
with two barges of salt.
The Fearless and bargos started for
Pittsburg, intending to go us far as tho
water will let hor.
illiam Smith, ono of tho divers of the
Eckert is going to spend the winter at hii
homo near Keokuk,
Tho Thompson Dean ran aground at tho
foot of Cumberland Island yesterday
morning, atrU had not reached Paducah at
dark last evening. Sbo laid up at Cincin
nati during the summer, and IbU is hor
rnaldon trip. Sho is about half laden,
and tho river has fallen itbout lo inches
since tho first struck tbo bar. Her
chances of gotting off grow less every
moment she remains aground.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICK .
Goto Halley's for tho llurnctt steam
baking vmsel. U-C-lm
Go to Halley's for good bargains in
cooking and heating stoves. 11-0-lm
Gas and Sluamtltting on abort notico
IlroKa' lllock. 'J-lStf.
For a good square tuual go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Kighth street, lm
The European hotel, Harry Walkor
proprietor, U o,on at all hours of the
All kinds of gamu constantly on hand
at Hurry Walker's, Commercial avenuo
between .Seventh arid Eighth streets.
-P. Fitzgerald at hi rooms, corner
Fourteenth street an 1 Commercial avo
nue, offers for sale Guinness' Porter &
Mass' ales and pure Honnesy brandy,
and tho genuine Angosturo bitters, all
Qrst-class cholora cures. Try them
My Hartman, a flnu
At a great bargain.
Call at Hartman's salearoom. 105 Com
Notice I hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods avid to any of the em
ploye of Tub Cairo Bulletin, either
or thomsolvos or for tho uso of tbo office
unleso tho same aro furnished on an order
Igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
1'2-20-ly Johh U. Ouirlt,
Dr. Lavarty, bomooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Sbawncetown, has located in
this city and Intonds' making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo woll recorn-
inendod, Mia rofor to tbo officor of tho
First National bank of Shawneutown, to
whom bo is woll known, having practlcod
liia profession among thorn for years. Ho
solicit a fair sharo of tbo patronngo of
ourcltlzons. Ofllco 140 Commercial avo
nuo. 7 ao-tf
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of Decembor.
Q-UO-tf. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
Parties who purchasod good at tha sale
of Mrs. Lang' millinory store, and who
bavo not paid for samo, aro requeued to
call at Dan llnrtman'a storo, Monday and
Tuesday, November 10th and lltb, and
tettlo tlioir bills. John H. Gobiman,
Two Mattorios of two Bollors, oath 'J 4
foot long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flue
with flro fronts. Mud and Stoam druma
Safety and Mud valves, Chimnoy and
Mritcbln, all com pie to and in first-class
orderf; been used only throe months. For
price, otc, inquire o! J. T. Rennie,
0-23-tf. Vulcun Iron Works
Dr. U. C Tabor returned to tho city
yesterday and for tbo proiont, at least,
will bo found at No, 128 Commercial av
enue, ovor Tabor'i jowolry itoro. Tho
doctor make tho treatment of chronic
disease of all kind a spociality and ha
boon vory euccessful in the use of elec
tricity a an agont for tbo cure of Rbou
matisin, Neuralgia and norvous dlsordori
of all kinds. Tbo uso of tho magnetic
battery and uloctorlc machine It hi moat
powerful ally and tho ono to which ho re
tort almost oxcluslvoly In t'jo euro of
cbronio diieases. ll-CCd
WANTED. IMMEDIATE!. Y-Two good
bricklayer. Apply at Vlntcnd bouse,
Anna, Illinois. .Steady work. lMliif
THOMAS' Photograph Gallery will be
open for business ou and altcrNovcmbcr 12,
1373. Persons wanting pictures will do well
to wait a few day longer. IKS IT
NOTICE On and alter Monday, No em
ber 3, nnd through tho winter, a warm lunch
will bo spread at tbo Thalia suloon, opposite
Tiil llL'Lt.KTIN olllce, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the delicacies of tho season.
1M lm A. J.wxkki., Proprletot.
NOTICE Using determined to close my
buslncn home, I shall fiom and after this
dato, soil for :ali only, All persons In
debted tome arc respectfully icqucttcd to
cloco their accounts immediately. Charles
D. Artcr 1 hereby empowered to collect,
rccrle, and receipt all claims due inc.
FRED. STlrcEulmillurcliau'il tho
barber shop of Geo. Kclnlng, wlio retires
for the benefit of hl bpalth. The shop In
located on Commercial nvenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth street, and it
new proprietor Is duteimlncd to make It
tirrt'clavs in every particular. Ho invite
public patronage. 10-2(1 lm
THE Commercial hotel ha been reopened.
D. Miller and Reuben Smith, proprietors,
and U now rcaly to receive guest and
boarders, cither by day or week. The Com
mercial will celebrate It opening with n
grand party aud supper, on to-morrow
(Thursday) evening. Guest will be In-
Itcd.nnd uui-t show their Imitations at the
door. 11-12 It
MI I.LIN KIIY AN DDRKSS31 A K I NO.
Miss Adclaldo Phillip and Mr.-. L. T. Ilrlgg
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, would respectfully announco
to th ladle of Cairo and vicinity, that they
arc receiving a full lino of fashionable mill
nery goods, nnd arc prepared to furnish
their patron with halt and bonnet from
the cheapest to the most expenshc.
REASONS WHY. The reason why Dr.
Prlee'a Special Flavoring-, cinnamon, lem
on, vanilla, etc , are superior to oil other',
I because they arc prepared from tho choi
cest selected fruits and aromatic, without
coloring or poisonous oils, that all the Hav
ering principle aro retained unchanged by
chemical action, highly concentrated, re
quiring les to flavor, that there Is no de
ception In bottles a they bold one-half
more than those sold for the sumo size.
That they aro In every particular like hi
celebrated Cream Making Powder, just as
represented. 11-12 lwd&iv
Fino white; (Ingle and double X amber
(Ingle and doublo X Canary, best quality of
mantlla, bluo letter, etc., etc. &0.CMX) for
ale, printed at a M to 0 W per thousand,
at the Hclletin Office.
VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st we expect to deal ex
clusively in gentlemen' clothing and gent'
furnishing goods,nud having on hand a large
and well assorted stock of lull and winter dry
goods, notions, etc , etc., which we desire to
close out entirely, we take this method to
Inform the public that we shall, after Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods In our store in the
dry good line, at Mm cost. All ourtoods
svero bouKUt at tho lowo.t markot prtce.and
arc fresh and suitable tor thl reason. Those
wMilne to obtain good bargains should
call ou us before purchasing elsewhere
No. 12 Commercial avenue, between .1.
burger and Elliott & Haythorn. ll-l-lm.
J. It. CUNNINGHAM'S carriage arc the
best In tho city. Ho ha the only close car
riage in the city on hire. Ho will transfer
families to and from steamboat cr railroad
depots, night and day, orders being left at
53 Commercial u etiuo. Cunningham would
call attention ot candidates dcslricgto visit
!ho;country precinct and call upon the
voters, to tho fct that bis spring wagon aro
precisely adapted to thl purpose. Thoy
wcro apparently made for the business.
Fitbcr of thorn will carry a candidate and
all tho working friend uccessary to capture
every vote outside of Cairo, In Alexander
county. 10-31 Cm
KING OF THE MLOOD. Canserous tu
mor. Case. It I with pleasure I write,
In behalf ol my mother, who ha been tak
Ing your medicine, King of tbo lllood, for a
tumor, and can ay sho I most entirely
cured. Sho ha taken four bottle of the
medicine. iThe tumor was a9 larno as a
goose egg when she commenced . It I now
only about tbo slzo of a gralu of corn, aud
rapidly disappearing. Sho ha doctored
hundred of dollar away without benefit,
until iislm your medicine, lor which wc
shall always he thankful, nnd can recom
mend tbo King of tho lllood to any ono
needing It. My mother' name Is Sarah
Dulln. Yours respectfully,
Sakaii McMixis, ICentou, Ohio.
Sco advertisement in another column,
CIA Any lady, or child ovcrSyoarsol nge,
viv can now learn Madame Herman' new
method of making wax (lower lor only
M). hv nurcliaslm: her new book of In
struction nnd an entire set of moulds. Or
her book ol Instruction In the neautlful art
ot making foliago, which I a porlcct repre
sentation of the natural leaf, und mado
without mouN or pclssor. Price, only $3
These books can bo had from tho author
Madamo Herman No. llil West list street,
New York, or trora the ofllee of this paper.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy rellol lor voting men Irom the ef
fects ol errors und uhuse In curly llfo, Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hooka and clr
jtllarssent free, in sealed envelope. Ad
dress, Howard Association. No. i! South
Ninth ntreet, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having n high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-iSl d.v.w:iin
I'ho l)r. Henry's World' Tonic nisil
it la the KTeat bouaehold remedy, jilfant to
take, yet iotnt for the prevention aud cure of
dlsene. It la bettrr than Hitter, Cordial,
Uuchuor8araparllla. Boldby Druggist
Dr. nenrjr's Root nail Plant Pllla.
Mild yet thorough-no nausea orgrlplng-en-tlrely
vegeUble great llvtr remedy. Price 31
tent. Hold by Druggists.
Sir. Wkllcotnb's Hyrnp.
The great (oothlng remedy. Trice oaty a
suite. Gives rest to tha mother and health to
the child Sold by Druggists.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-trandrcd and slaty Pag',
ft Ice SO cents. Address Du. Buns' DunTx
liar, U North Eighth Stmt, St. Louis, Mo.
' 14 vsrtlM mwit.
Oo to O. F. Stake's for everything in
the Steam and GasOttlng lino. 0-28tf.
C. N. HUGHES,
OFFICE! Ohio l.ovee, over .Mathim A
tdfXont but I'irtl-Clats Companies
SPKCIAL WARRANT NO. V.
Public notice I hereby given that the
county cotirtot Alexander county, has ren
dcrcU'JuUgmcnt for a special assessment up
on piopcity benefitted liy tbo following Im
provement: The new sidewalk on tho
northerly ldo ol Fillccnth street, from
Washington avenuo to Walnut Mrcct ; the
reconstructed sidewalk ou south side of
Fifth street, from Washington avenue to
Walnut street; on north side orPHth street ;
on west side of Walnut street, between
Fourth and Fifth trccti ; on west side of
Walnut street, between Seventh nnd Eighth
streets: on cast side ol Wnlntlt street, bo
tween Ninth and Tenth streets; on west
side of Walnut street, between Eleventh
andTwclltli street; on east side of Wnl
nut street, between Twcllth and Thirteenth
street; on cast side of Walnut, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth trcct : on west
ldo of Walnut ttreet, between Thirteenth
nnd Fourteenth street; on tho cast side ol
Walnut street, between Fifteenth and Six
teenth Btrcct; oneast side or Walnut street,
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth street;
on cast side of Walnut street, between Nine
teenth nnd Twentieth streets ; on west ldo
of Wn.hlngton aenue, between Twenty
seventh and Twenty-Eighth 'itrcet; south
ldo of Twenty-Eighth street, between
Commercial avenue nnd Poplar street.
A will more fully appear Irom certified
copy ot the lodgment ou tile tn the olllce of
tins clerk of the city ol Calm, that u warrant
for the collection of such assessment I In
the bands of the undersigned. All person
interested are hereby notified to call and
pay the amount a-escd, at the collector'"
olllce, No- iX Ohio lcec, within thirty dav
Irom tin; date hereof.
Dated thl 11 Hi Hay ol November, A. D.
1S73. M. A. Ci'.N.MNOHAM, Collector.
KIOUTU ST., 11T. CoM. A WjMIh
Lirtrncl Kew-Ynrk s.h.1 Phitadeli tn
cDia comma win chit id itatii nr miitv
Fit Crrj1c; ILe Mall
FOR PASSAGK TICKETS
ou ickTuia uaatrio
kPPLY TO JOHN O. DALE,
It Hroadwa V Xvtt, at ti.
ft. II n it i t .
Mis A. I'iiii.i.U'-. Mil. L. T. llitinn.
PJIILLIl'S & BRIGfJS,
COMMEISCIAL AVENUE, MET WEEN
NINTH AND TENTH ST5.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Thv aplendld nles.rni
Dior. Fowlkii, Captain
Lcavos Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
I p.m For freight or passage apply on boat
or to .lAt. Mali.ohy, Ak'I.
NEW LIVERYT STABLE
IIITWCBK WASU'H AVEHUU AND WAI.'.IL'l
Dr. II, F. Holds Informs tao puth: llutt he !,h
LIVERY STAR L E
on the nortliwMt aide of Tenth etrect as noi
Ilia H'ablea will be furntsfcod with none Mil tn
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho public may bo accommodated at ul
hour of tho day aud nluht with safe tcums
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Field asks a haro of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
aim emr.i iiumiiimi tn tiusi
B. F. BLAKE,
(Sticucsor to II. T. (lurould,)
STEAM AND GAS KITTING
And Dealer lu
Oa and Steam Pipb Fittinu.
umiiii: AMI amii.i: VAI.VI.
LEAD PIPE AND PUMPS
t-TTDrlve wells nut duwn In any part ol
the city or surrounding couutrv.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
WARD As RORKUTS,
Obalkks im "Window Hiiaiik-,
Wall Papkh, Pukk Wnnn
Lkad, liiNBKKi) Oil
fJrlKlTH TUIII'BNTINB, OHIB
Siibllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
VM Commaiclal avenue.
Oaiko, ... I I.LI.10I
WIL LI AM K. aMiTU, M. D.
rE8IDEN0K-Nn. HI Thirteenth (treat, b.
tween Waahluglon avenue and Walnut tnet.
O fflo 1 lnOimniowUlarenne. UP etalra
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
E81PBN0K cornerNlnth and Walnut it,
lOIBee oornsr Htitb street and Ohio levee,
tt honra from S a,tn. to It m,, and ji.ui
Parnbaker ft Son
AllL- KTIt.l. SF.M.IN(I ftOODS AT
Very Low Prices
Pino blue ami bluck CliincliiUa
Overconts 010 00
Blue an J bluck Chinchilla I'ua
Jacket (for men)
Rlucniid blnck Cliinchilla l'cr.-
Jackcts (for boya) (J 00
A No 20 Reaver Overcoat,
Good worklnjj Overcoat
An A No. 1 Child's Velvet rfuif,
Heavy winter I'mlcrsliirts and
l'inc French Calico Shirts, with
Collar, a (sure Iit( worth
WK CAN ITltNI.SH
A GOOD OVERCOAT
IGF X "X S
FROM 35 TO 825.
AFl'Ktt SKLLING OV1JR
900 Panic Hats
Wo aro still selling
().inr(tti Hnrct HI. 18t,
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
A. II. 3AKKORD, President;
s. S. TAYLOlt. Vtco-Prcsldcnt;
U. in SLOP, Socrotary and Tuuurer
P. M. tlAccLtt, Chu. Oiuaan,
K. II. Htocat titu, Pait. O. Bchcm,
R. U. Ooshisjiusi, u. P. Uuumt,
J. M. PiutLin.
Ucpoalta ol aor Amount RoelTed from
Ton Cent Cpwatrdau
INTKKKnT paift on deposits at tn rata ol atx
rront. per annum, March lit and Baptenv
rr 1st, Interest Dot withdrawn la added Imme
i latIy totr.e prmclrnl of tlindppoelti, therebr
KlTlnn thm compound Interest.
MAntUED WOMIN AND 01IILDRK3 MAT
3 tnit a osi tui can u it,
Opn Tf rj bulae day from .m. to S p-m.,
and HtonlT r-.0K lor HAV1SO IiEPoaiTfc
onl, from ( in a o elriek.
mill W. iTTHt.nP. Treaenrer.
THK CITY NATIONAL
' - $100,000
W. P. II ALU DAT, Prealdanti
UDBI L. HALLIDAY, Vioe-Prastdeai
WAI.TiR HTtiLOP, AialittaOaihler-
HtiiTt TiTtoi, KosaaT H. OcaatasiAM,
Ittaav L. Hillidat, W. P. IIauidat,
tlao. I). Wiuuiioi, Brarnaa Bias
A. I). EUrroai).
BxctiBiiBO, Coin and rnltMt Htalt
Bond Dough! fuid Bold.
D2POHITS recolred, and a general banking
It. W. MlLLElt, President.
J. M. PmiLii'ti, Vice-President.
ClIAd. CL'NMNOlti.M, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMITLY MADE.
EXCIUVJK, coin, bants notes and United
SUto c ;r't'oo bouzht and sold.
iutrr.ial Allow t . 1 lm lie OPttli.
liYLAND Ac SAUKR,
akd nxALxns i:i
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY .DESCRIPTION,
'.lornor 10th street and Commercial avenu
noxt door to the Uyland saloon.
IMC tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
(l.tlnliei V I I . . .
Keep the tOBt or Meet, Pork, Mutton Veal
iimuua m tiiu iiiot ftcCHpitma msaDneraj
CITV NATIONAL HANK I1UIKDINO.
. r. ... .. .. -
i eaiuoiiiirs. nii-IH or ilav
RUM IS, DROWN k CO.,
Auknts Home Cotton Mills
NO. Nl Ohio Levee, Cairo, IU.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
AND DK.VLVU IN
..... . . ... n krw k iiuu . (.
Huysnud shughtei only tho best Cattl
.1.,.. unit CI....... .....I lj ...nn ..I ... .Ill -
mil pound. i-.-itl
(Suceeor to James Kynaitou,)
JC rclllSU AND DKALBK IK A 1. 1. KlWE
t'OUNKli Njsr!Twvrn in I'npT in St.
tluv aud slaughters oulv tho boat call
luiuaiu tor imsumoat irom ono pound
en iiinusiiiiii pnuniis.
HEAL ENTATE AGKKOT.
O. WINSTON & CO.,
kpjaij jas'i'A.'rhi Ai
74 (SBCOND ILOOB) OHIO LITU,
Uor and Sill Rial Estats,
V l 4S. AUOllUIUiU v
n. pienar Owl a at Kindt!
A. J. ROE, N. D
Olllce ovor Thoiu 3c Hro.'s Krocery.it
vi 141 ,,imniBreiiii KVHiuie. corner ivi
.ireet. Itosldeiieo corner Walnut