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THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 14, 1878
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
OBBtnVKR'8 OHMCKCAIIIO. 1111., I
November 111, 10:11 p.m., Ib.J. J
Barometer, 'i9:V degroos.
Thtimomotor, 60 degrees.
Wind weat. Velocity M mile per
Maximum temperature lor last SI hour,
Minimum temperature tor tho lust ii I hours,
Prevailing wind for last ill liouri, north
neat. Total number of mllci traveled by wind
during latt lil hour, 1U.
Observer Hlgnal Service, U. S. A.
'Jorntr Twelfth itreet and Washington At t
J. C. HUELS,
(l, to of St. 1-oul,)
BOOK HINDER AND HLANK HOOK
HLANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at abort notlco. Bibles, Music.
Magazine and Periodicals bound neat and
at tho lowest possible niter.
ounty work, such at Record, Docket
Fee Books. Ulanki, etc., made a rpcclallty
Boxes, l'ockot Hooka, Knve lope, etc
m Ip to or.lfr ll'H
t'OH MINNIUN MKHCHA.NTN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOKIT YABtfBTY ITOOK IN TUS CITY
OOODH SOLD VERY OLOBK.
Corner of laantntl Xwrt nml
0. O. PATJJ.lt
FOHWAHDINO ajm COMMISSION
H K II II If A ft) IN,
DEALERS IN FI OUR
O I Atf-t.l of
OHIO KtVU.'l A.NJI i;f(AV.l!
7U Ohio Lrvkh,
K. J. Avrits.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onio Lhybic, Cairo, Ills.
It. J. OUNMFl',
OENEHAL V RODUUK
No. 17 EianTii St.,
G. 1). WILLIAMSON,
And Donlcr In
No. 70 Ohio Lcvcc, CAIRO, ILLS.
jSTSpeclal attention given to contlfjn
incuts aim muni; uiwm --
IT IS HOT TRUE
Hi: IS NT I LI. I.IVI.1Q .M IN CAIRO
Ills olliuo and dispensary at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
Bet. Commercial ami 8 i
1. u .vim .It.. . ril.lnl' 1M (111, 1)1 Hill UlllL'BL
ptlVMCiailS 01 IIIO IMttce, uim urn
that hai.K" In Ills Mce, hiiows in ai iio ia
1)0011 Hi yours in win ihuic.kiuu.
a larL-eronicoimietico than any other phy
dleliiu, treating nil kinds ot chinnlo diseases
r ii i.iimaiiUrktom. i.iii.1i im oldMlcorii. and
all iiinnnii nf toe kin. humors and blood
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pohonsj also disease oi ino uiroai, niso
:Bu?;r? SSffl .rto, r' s"t. a c SJ
without tho mo of a unite , cancers cured
by the application of medicine; pluinle on
the faeo removed; all urinary dUcases
curcu ; an lorms pr vcuoreai aim privaio
woakucM auil Beif-ubiifio curoil In n blior
niNiiamn uu uu in wiu kiiiii iitbl liiiiu . nuiuid
It li scii-oviuoni mat a pnysic an treating
eases for tweiity-two years acmurcs ureal
kill. . , ,
.11 nn.nltntfnns contldentlcal. in norunn
..... m.fitf.i n. Tiivin Hititjt.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Wocd and coal In doinatid.
Tho Ohio river It falling again.
Council proceeding this morning.
Hard lime, coming. 1'repure fur It.
Overcoats wero In demand yesterday.
fShorlu" Irvln la ubient from tho city.
Mailers are quid about thu court-
Tho city J-.ll contain! but two prison
Tho bain ball aeaton li over. "Let us
Arrival at tho hotels yesterday woro
not numerous. '
J.H. Metcalf drives onoof tlio hand
tomest spring wagons In tho city.
Mr I. Farubakcr who ban been spend
ing a few days in l'aiucah returned lo
Sjmo merchants say business is Im
proving ; others say It is as dull ns during
tho nimtnei months.
Tho magnificent stoamcr Ureal lie
public Is still mftdu fast to tho landing be
low tho St. Charles hotel.
Tho Cairo and Kvausvillo packtl
"(Julckitep'' did not arrive hero yester
day morning until four o'clock-
Work at tho Illinois Contr.il yards
and on tho Illinois and Mi'slsilppl Cen
tral inclined plain is progrosilng.
Tho last of, tho county court proceed
ings nppaur in this mornings lil I.LKTIN.
This will bo sad Intelligence to our rend
Louis Herbert's new saloon opposlto
tho court house is now in full blast, and if
appcarancos aro any Indication, It is dc
ing a good business.
This evening at Geo. Lattner's "alocn
corner of Fourteenth street and Wash
ington avenue, thero will bo i. rathe for a
good wagon. Seo notlco In anothe: col
umn. In tho police court yesterday .lohn
(Jillon was upon a charge of drunkenness,
Tho ovilcn:o against John was "thin,'1
and ho was accordingly discharged.
Win. McLean, on a similar charge went
to tho calaboose for tho apaco of four days.
P. Fitzgerald at hU rooms, corner
Fourteenth strcot and Commercial ave
nue, offers for sale Guinness' 1'orter Jc
bass' ales and pure HenneMy brandy,
and the genuine Angosturo bitters, all
Cnt-claes cholera cures. Try thorn
Mr. I'ace offers his horso acd buggy
for sale. Tho bono is tho Uncst in tho
city, combining tho qualities both of sad
dle and harnes, in both of which ho if
flrst-class. Tho buggy is a No. 1 top
t'Uggy, nearly new. Thoy will bo sold at
a bargain. Inquire at Co Ohio lavce.
Yesterday morning on Ohio
loveo a team of horses attached ton heavy
wncon, tho property of Air. Androw
Lohr, ran away and coming onto tho sido
walk ran sgainht tho doorway lead to Col.
Winston's offi.ee. All the lights in tho
door wore broken, but boyond which no
sonou damage was done.
In order to accommodato his nlroady
largo and constantly increasing patron
age, Harry Walkor, proprietor of tho
European hotel, is making lomo changes
in and about that establishment. Tho
work will ba completed to-day, and on
Saturday evening an oyster supper will be
spread to which tho numerous frionda of
tho host of tho European will bo invltod.
For oas and steam Dlting go to Ken
nle's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street o-10-tf
I tako this opportunity to inform Iho
citizen of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resumo my practlcn in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of Doconibur.
li.ao.tf. T. L. William., Dontist.
A "rand ratllo fur a now doublo wagon
will tako placa this evening al Ueorgo
Littnor'a saloon, corner Fourteenth atreet
and Washington avenue, tno wagon oo
longing to Carl Piters. Cjrao all and try
Two llattonea of two Jloilers, eaeu -i
foot long,J2 inch Dram, 1! U inch Flues
with Uro fronts. Mud and Steam uruma
Safuty and Mud valves, Chimnoy anu
llritchin. all comploto and in llrst-class
nr.inr' flpn used onl v three mon tua. ror
nrice. etc., inouiro of .1. I. kens IE,
9.2'J.lf. mean iron ora
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To-dav. Novombor Hth, I will ollor for
salo at my sale-room, 105 Commercial aV'
enue, at 9 o'clock a.m., 100 bbl of flour
which wero eavml from tho atoumor Mary
E. l'oo. Also a largo lot of household
and kitchen furniture, consisting ot
bedsteads, '-! wathstands, 12 cxtontion ta
hies, maltre.6, carpet, otc. Also a lot of
carpontor's tools, which will bo sold to tho
Inchon blddor. Daniel uahtmax,
-Dr. Lavitrty, homooopathlst physi
I clan, lato of Shawncotown, lias locatod in
this city and intend making it hi homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well rocom-
mondod, and lefor to tho officers of tno
First National bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom ho I well known, having practicod
... n,nfa,!nn ftm,in( thorn for vears
I I' ... n
goilCIl u lair nunru ui lira jmituu-h-
ourcUi,on8 01jico j.pj Commercial avc.
. bftrbur ehop on tho cornor of
....... , I 1o..,nin.nliil nTnnllR
Eiuhth slroot and Commorcial
wi,oro j, Qoorgo Stlcnhouso with hlsgon
tlomenly assistant, can bo found at any
b . 0f .j.0 dnv 0r nlcht, roady to eootho
b ' ' ,
your foollng3 with a smooth sbao, or cool
,f tompor fttlli l,0ad with a good B&am
i - . .
poo. It 1b ft llret-clRSB eiiop, ana ou aro
I auro of rocolvlng flrst-class troatmont.
i ,, , . ,,n..ri. i.i. nntir nnrlnl
Ladlos' and chlldron' hair cut or ciiriwi
Bftor tho most approved Btylos. 8-10-tf
.. Gab nnd Stoawttltbg on abort notlco
Broi' Block. U2ett.
COL'NCU. ClIAUUEK, 1
Caiuo, llli., Novombor 11, 1873.
Present Ilia Honor tho mayor, and
Aldermen Korsemeyor, McEwen, Mc
Oauley, Meyors and ltlttenbouso 5.
A quorum not being present, on motion
nf Alilcrmon Meyers, adjourned to meet
to-morrow evening at 7 o'clock.
M.J. How lev, City Clerk.
AIlJot'HN'Kl) HKOUl.All MKETIKU Or Till
l. IT V COUNCIL.
Council Chauuek, i
Caiuo, Novcrnbor 11, 1873, 7 p.ui, j
Present His Honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Korsmeyer, McEwen, McGau
ley, Mcyors, Morris and P.lttonhoust C.
On motion of Alderman Meyers tho
reading of tho minute was dispeuiod
Tho following billa wero reforrod back
by tho committoo on claims rccommond
ing payment or aamo, vlrt
Thos. Leary, removing and bury.
irg IS dead caltlo at 2 00 each 15 00
Jas. Powers, pointing and steeling
six picks h CO
J C Huola, 1 acrlp register for city
clerk 11 25
It II Cunningham, runt of council
building lor October MJ (X)
D Manahan, hauling n drunken
man to Jail 10
Jat Hyan. hauling '.',401 cublcyards
oi gravel to unio lovee, per con
tract GOO 25
Cairo and Vincennna railroad com
pany, lor 2,401 cubic yards of
gravel at $1 lis 3001 i!J
John Uladney, removing garbage
In October 75 00
Dr. C II Evans, for 0 visits to boats
during quarantino 15 00
Tug "Cache," services n quaratino
boat, 14) davs at 15, in October 35G .0
Dr H Wardnor, for 13 visits to
boat during quarantino C5 00
John Gladney,lor hauling on levee
street 12 00
D.in'l McCartby,lGJ days in charge
of Jill gang .13 00
Win Urackic, 16J days work on
loveo street 31 67
Henry Wisdom, 2CJ day work on
loveo stroll 59 C3
Thos. Fitzgerald, 27 day work on
levee street CO 76
Peter Conlan, 20 day work on
luvco street 58 SO
M E Powers, IS days hauling on
Ixvco stroet 70 00
F Jenkins, 2 day hauling roller
over gravol on'lovee street 15 C3
Hibernian Firo Co., 1 qrs allow-
anco to October 1 50 00
Dolti City Firo Co., 1 qra allow.
anco to October 1 50 00
Arab Firo Co., 1 qrs allowance
to October 1 CO 00
tough nnd Kuady Firo Co., 1 qrs
allowancoto Octobor 1 50 00
J. B. Heed, C kegs nails 39 00
Huso, Loomis & Co., ico for clerk s
Thos. Walder, hauling drunken
man to jail
Johu P. Ilely, for survey, proBlo
and estimate for construction
of sewer under Ohio loveo at
Thirty-eighth street 15
D. McCarthy, Jailor, dieting pris
oner, in month ni ueiooor,
Cairo Ilox and Basket Co., 1000
Barclay Bros., disinfectant
Jas. Boas, 2 tona of conl for
D. .McCarthy, extra meals fur-
On motion of Alderman Moyors
bill wero allowwl by tho following vote:
,yos Korsmeyer, McEwen, McGauloy.
Moycrs, Morris and l'.lttenuouso o.
l-INAM'F. COMHinEE IIEVOIIT.
The flnanco comrnitteo reported that
for tho month of October they had can
celed anddestroyod $1,210 In coupons and
$1,000,10 in city scrip, boaring Interest to
tho amount of SO 95.
On motion of Alderman Morris said re
port was rccoived and ordored filed.
Stato and citv bonds of John Curran
for Honor liconso wero prosonieu aim
road. A motion of Alderman Meyers
to annrovo was lost.
Stato and city bonds of Din i Jiiuer
nnd Heubon Smith woro prescntoa ana
read. Alderman Korsmeyer moved to
approve. Lost as follows: Ayes Kors-
moycrand Moyers-2. Nays-McEwen
McGauley, Morris and Hittenhouse 1.
Tho following resolution was offered
.mi n motion ot Aldorman Morris
itn.nlvml. That tho report of tho est!
mated cost of gravollng Levee street made
by tho commissioner appointed for that
1 1 1 . .tin .-.!. null nn
purpose anu approvcu i ....
Octobor 8. 1873. bo certified by tho city
nttornoy to tho county court of Alcxan
dor county for propor action.
On motion of Alderman Muyors tho
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Go to Halloy's
fur tho Burnett etcam
Go to Ualley'a for good bargains In
cooking and boating stoves. 11-C-lm
Fob a good squaro moal go to Harry
AValkor' restaurant, Commercial nvonuo
bolwcen Sovcnth and Eighth stroet. lm
The European hotel, Har.-y Walkor
nrnnrlfltor. is OOOIl ftt all holUS of tho
All kinds of game constantly on hand
at Harry AValkor', Commercial avonuo
between Seventh and Eighth streote.
1 1-7-1 m
By Hartman, a fluo
At a great-bargain.
Call ut Harttimn's talesroom, 105 Com
Notice it hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of Iho cm
ployes of The Caiko Bulletin, either
or thomtelvo or for tho uto of tho office
unleao tho tame aro furnlshod on an order
Ignod by Mr. Burnott or myself.
12-20-ly John U. Oiiehlt.
IIali.ev keeps tho colebratod "Fath
Ion," tho "Monitor," Iho "Lady Gay," tho
"Alaski, " and numerous other good cook
stoves ; and all stylos or hoatlng ttovos,
which he offori low for ctb.
PmcE CuniiENT Orrice,
Thursday Kvo., Nov. 13, 1873.
Tho present fooling among our mer
chants wo bollevo Is that of doubt and dls
pendency, and wo have nothing at all to
say with regard to future prospects.
Prices on nearly everything at Now Or
leans have tumbled and the matket Is at
quiet as a graveyard.
Tho market here is in sympathy with it
and consequently is In a very gloomy and
doprosscd condition, Prices on all lead
ing articlot uro shaky and total ton still
further decline Stocks of flour, oat and
mixed corn aro heavy with no demand to
carry off tho surplus. Mixed corn closed
to day at 4$49c, In round lots, small lots
on ordors a cent or two more); whlto M
quoted al G25I;. Oats closed dull at 39;.
Hay is plonty and dull, choico timothy
selling at $10 5017 del.
Bates on freights havo declined to 20
and 40 por cent lo Now Orleans.
the u arket.
teyCorrut pendent should bear In mind
that theso quotation aro for round lots
from first hands. For broken ana tinai.
lots, and In filling orders, an advance
Is chargod over theso prlcesf
FLOUH-Vcry dull. Thero is a large
surplus of all grades on tho market and
no demand. Prices at New Orleans have
doclincd CO and 75 contt on tho barrel
and will go lower hero. Sale wero 150
bbls various grade Sl"i 100 bh't do on
order $5 509; 100 bbls XX 5 60; 150
bbls various grados $6(8 7.V
II AY Choico timothy in small quan
lilies fitds fair demand at $10 5017 del.
Common is in largo supply and unsalea
ble. Our reports of transaction com
priso G car choico timothy del SIC 500
17; 2 car common mixed del f 13 50; and
2 cart prario del $12.
OATS Plenty and no demand. Price
aro weak and rule lowor; 33c in bulk, and
39c in sack vti tho ruling ilgure to-day.
Wo note tale of 1 car damaged, tacked
and del at 37c; 2 cars choico mixed tacked
and delivored 39c; 1 car In bulk on track
COHN Tho supply is fully up to tho
wants of tho market. Transaction aro
very limited. Wo noto sales oi C cars
mixed, tacked and del 4 S 19c; 2 cars
whlto, sacked end dol 51c.
COHN MEAL Tho market is quiot
and prices nro firm at quotations. Tho
supply on band Is limited and transac
tions light, boing confined to 500 bbls
steam dried at $2 C02 05, and 1 car
load low grade on track 2 50.
BKAN Quiet and unchanged. Salct
wero 350 sacks at $15 00 por ton.
BUTTER Choice roll and packed is
in modorato demand at quotations.
Hecclpt aro liberal and supply falr
Sale 10 packaget choico roll 30c ; 15
packages roll and packed 2528c; 10
packages roll 25c; 1000 lbs choico roll 30c.
EGGS. Scarce, not enough comet in
to m-. u .inmsmd, and price wero Arm
to-day 22c. Sales since last report, 'M
boxes at 20c and 1000 dozon at 22c.
OHICKENS Very dull and hard to
soli at any price. Vory fow in mnrkot
nnd no demand. Sales 4 coops at fi 50
and 10 dozon choico mixod 2 50.
CHANGES Quiot. Sales, 10 bbls at
APPLES Choice find a ready market
at good llgurus. Common aro plenty and
dull. Noto sales of 100 bbls as in quality
2 504 CO.
CABBAGE Quiet. Sales are very-
slow at S3 per hundred.
OHANGES Tho demand is small and
supply limited. Wo nolo sales of 10 bbls
II AMb We note salos ot 3 tierces su
gar curod at 12c.
(jauuAuf. ijuioi. aiow aaio. sowi
head sold at $C10 per hundred.
LAHD 500 llm tlerco lard aold at 8c ;
10 kegs at lOo.
CllEfiSE :iew lorn lactory p m,
SYHUPS Tho demand la fair for
choico at C0e$l "t? gal, and Now Orleans
PLASTKlUMi 11A1K30C por uusnoi.
LIME III lots $1 15 to $1 25 bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesab $2 60&2 75
BUHLAPS 2 bushels corn, 0J oz
15Jc; do IDoz 10c; 1 Inunel oats ZC?
5 bushels 21c.
SOAP Shaoffor s Gorman mottlod ic
Champaign eoup, 7 jc.
COFFEE Scarce and firm, Java sell
ing at 8530c; Laguayra none ; HK
SUGAH Cotleo A, 12jQi)l3c.
BEES AX-23J per lb,
FEATHEHS-S. G, por lb G5c.
TKAS Imnorial. 7fic6Tl$l 25; Gun.
powder, 75cfj)$l 25; Oolong black, 76c
I; Young Jlyson, j(o)i iu.
BROOMS. Dull; common house eoll
at $ 1 00 to 2 50; choioo and extra choict
$3fj,3 75; steamboat $4 605 00.
rHElUUT uolton, coiPoreBsoa m
Now York. 85c: to Bofton SI. Un
compressed, to Now York $1 14; to B
HATES To Now Orloani and viens-
bure: rotatoos, applos, etc, ElOi
pound frolghts 22o cwt; hay $7 per
ton; whlskoy $1 40 per bbl.
TOMEMPHIS Flour, otc,30o por bbl
pound freights 15o owl; hay $5 por ton
vhlsl-.y su3 por nui.
R. Jones, fashiouablo boot and thoo-
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottom, and
tho latest Improvements in tho lino of bis
business. Only tho host ana most com
petent wcrkmen omployod, and all work
warranted to bo tlrtclas In ovory respect
Shop on Commercial avonue, near corner
nf Tnlh street. 10-7-tf
A New Entki.i'I.ibe. Dr. B. F. Fiold
will run a lino of hacks botwoon Cairo
and tho torniinut of tho Cairo, Arkansas
ic Texas railroad, making two trlpt each
,lnr. lnnvlmr Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m.. and
and 2jo'clock, p. m., making olose con
nection with tho traint on that road
Ordors for patsongors or baggago thould
bo loll at Field's stable, on 10th stroot.
Ross has on hand, and for taloalargo
Quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut
ami snlli. and ready for the tlovo. Alto
all klndtof coal whlou will bo delivored
in any part of tho city en thort notlco
Leave ordors ftt coal yard, on Coinmor
cial avonue, opposlto Eleventh street.
RIVER NEWS. '
and departure for tho 21 hours ending at 0
p. ui. la.t (iNcului; :
John Oilmore Grand Towor
Belfast New Orleans
Charlos Bodmaiin New Orleans
Sam Robert Pittsburg
City of Helena St. Louis
Jas D Parker Memphis
Jam Flak Paducah
Mary Alice St. Louis
llonry Ames Now Orloans
Thos Sherlock New Orleans
Belfast St. I)u!s
Baltic St. Louis
City of Helena Vicksburg
Ja D Parkor Cincinnati
Tho river l.aa fallen tlx inches during
tho past 1 1 hour. Tho weather I dear
and growing warmor. Bualnos dull.
Tho Quickstep wat dotalned by Ilia
wind night befuro latt which blow almost
a hurricane She brought a fair trip of
potatooa and tundriea for tho south.
One of tho Allohghany Bullo't barges
wat aground abovo Otcoola yesterday.
Tho Chaa. Bodmann hat 1010 k of cof
fee, 331 bbls of rice, 1000 sks of salt, 75
pkt of liquor, 32 bbls of molasses, i;o pkt
wino for St. Louli.
Pilot Goorgo Clark who of lato has
been on tho John Oilmoru, is taking tho
Bodmun to St. Louis. Georgo Farnsworth
has taken Clark's place on the Gilmoro.
Tho latlor will leave for St Louis this
morning, with two barges of coko.
The Bolfast brought 25 bbl oil, 0 bbls
molasses for Chicago and has 1000 tks salt
100 pkgs wino, 50 casks nlo for St. Luls.
Tho first cotton shipped over IhoC. A,
ii T. railroad arrived day boforo yester
day. Tho amount was 2ti hales raited in
Stodderd county, .Missouri, and purchased
by Wm. A. Thompson of Kvanivlllo. It
came to tho caru of Jamet Bigg of this
:lty, and was to go forward by the Idle
wild ht night.
Tho Sam Roberts brought out 5 barges
of salt, part of which sho will tako to St.
Louis in tho morning. Pilot Frillings
dorf takes lior up.
Tho Kanawha is duo from tho Ohio
with n tow of producal and salt boat'.
Tho Geo. Roberts may taku tho produce
boats to Now Orlean. when shu return
from St. Louis.
Tho Jas. D. I'nrker took tho machinery
of thu Thos. Allen nnd Bolle Vernon, and
tundry other article from various wrcci s
Five and a half feet of water is ttill tho
cry between this port and St. Louis.
The Jim Fisk Brought down thu pas
sengers of the Thompson Dean and they
go south on tho Thomas Shirlock.
Tho Djan will not got oil" tho bar
at tho foot of Cumbnrland Island until
thero is a raiso in tho river of which thero
is no Immediate prospect. Her pilot
camo down yesterday and will proba
on barges nnd will bo brought down by
tho Fisk for rothlpmcnl. Sho rcits on an
oven place and Is aground from stem to
rtorn. Her misfortune is ono of thu first
fruits of tho groat Cumborland dam pro
ject to furco tho water past Smlthland,
Kentucky. Tho water divides at tho
fot of the Island part going
down on tbo Kentucky sido
of tho towhoad, and part around tho foot
of tho island, by a short turn, toward Now
Liberty. This is the best water, and in
making the short turn tho Dean flanked
down and caught on tho head of tho bar.
Wo tympathizo with Capt. Pepper of the
Thompson Dean, and hopo that his mag
nificent boat may not bo long detained in
hor present situation.
A llvoly scono occurred in tho river op
posite tho wharfboats yesterday afternoon.
A largo doer started to swim from tho
Kentucky shoo to tho city, and was given
chaiu by a man ami woman in u sum.
After a long raco tho woman auccooded in
casting a nooso over his horns, and the
door was captured. Tho Tnomna Sherlock
C. N. Jl U. Cr Jl E S ,
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over Mututiss ,t
txS'Xont bat I'trst-Clau CoiiiHiiiKfj
Sl'F.ClAL WAHUA.VT SO. .
l'nlillii mitli-u In hcrvliv ulvuii that the
countv court ot Alexander county, lia- leu
dereil'liidgmont lor a special assessment up
on property benefitted by the billowing Im
provement: Tlio new sidewalk on tho
nortlieriy sum oi r nit-eum nii-i'i, ui'iii
Washington avenue to Walnut street ; the
reconstructed slduwalk on south side ol
Fifth street, Horn Washington avonuo m
Walnut street J on north sido of Filth street ;
on west slue oi vyaiuui micci, iiimi-cu
Fourth and Finn streets; on wen nuo oi
Walnut hticet, between sovniitn anu i.igimi
street; on east sldeot walnut stiect, no
tween Ninth and Tenth streets; on west
sido or Walnut street, between Eleventh
nnd Tvvcllth streets; on east sido of Wal
nut street, between twoiiiii ami iiiiiieeimi
.im.i.. ,..,t klih. nl' VVmImhI. between
piiv.iin . .... v.' -"
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets; on west
side of Walnut street, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets; on tno oast, mm in
Walnut street, between Fllteenth and Six
teenth streets; uu east side, of Walnutstreot,
between Eighteenth aiiii.Miieteeniu streets;
Oil east slue oi vv uiimi sireei, neiivecn .mih-
teentli and Twentieth streets; on west sine
of Washington avenue, between Twenty
sovonth and Twenty-Eighth streets; south
sido or Twouty-hignih street, netwecii
Commercial avenuu and Poplar slleet.
As will more fully appear from cei tilled
eopv ol the lildgineht on tlio In (lie ollk-o ol
thocleikol the city ol Calm, that a warrant
for tho collection ol such usse-sincnt Is In
the hand ol the undersigned, All peroii
miritiil Hie licrehv notllled to call and
pay tho amount assessed, at tho collector's
titllcc, No- iio Ohio levee, within thirty days
I rum tin date hereof.
Dated this llth day of November, A. I).
1673, It. A. Cunninoiiam, Collector.
WILLIAM R. BM1T1I, M, D.
SEBIDENOB-No. U Thirt)nth ttrett, bo
i twsa WashiDKlon avtaua and Walnut trV
a-lM Oomtntrclsl titans, op- lUlit,
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY Two good
bricklayers. Apply at Wlustcad houo,
Anna, lillnol. Steady wotk. 1112 tr
THOJIAS' Photograph Gallery will bo
open for business on and nftcrNocmber 12,
137.1. Person wanting pictures will do well
to wall a fow day. longer. 118 tf
NOTICE On and aller Monday, Novem
ber 3, and through tho winter, a warm lunch
will ho spread al tho Th.ill.-i aloon, oppoiilo
Tin: HULT.r.TiN oilli-o, nt 10 o'clock a.m.,
ptcrydny. All the dellcaclc of the sca.ou,
11-1 lm A.Jaixki:, l'roprlctni.
NOTICE Itelim determined to closo my
btulne-t house, I tli.ill (tout ami after till
dato, suit lor ?ali only. All por'on In
debted to mo arc rcpoetfully icquetod to
clo-o their account Immcdl.itely. Charles
D. Alter Is hereby omiiowcrcd to oollcct,
rei-ciu', nnd receipt all rlaltm due me.
FHI.I). STITCHER ha purchned the
barber shop of Goo. Reining, who retire
for the benefit of hi health. The shop l
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and it.
new proprietor Is determined to make It
tlrti-l.i In ever) particular. H invite,
public patronage. lO-UU lm
REASON Win. -The rea-uns why Dr.
l'rlro'x Special Flavoring', clnn.imou, lem
on, vanilla, etc., aro superior to all others,
li bcc;ui!0 ihey are prepared front the ehol
cet selected fruit and aromatic?, without
coloring or polonoii. oils that all tho flat-
orlng principles up- retained tinchniwd by
fbcmlc.il action, highlr I'ourintrated, re
quiting lc to il.ixor, that there l no de
ception in bottles a. thoy hold one-half
inoro than thoe -old for the wmf size.
I'liat they aro In every particular llko hi
celebrated Cream Baking Powder. Just at
represented. 11-12 lwil.Vw
Fine white ; single and double . amber
slnglo and doublo X Canary, best quality of
lnanllla, blue letter, etc., etc. N),000 for
alo, printed at fj3 50 to tl W per thousand,
lit Iho llUI.l.KTIN Ol'flCK.
MILLINERY AND 1) 1 1 EsSM A K I NO .
Mlsn Adelaide Phillips and Mrs.''- T- Brlggs
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth anil
Tenth streets, would respectfully announce
to tho ladle of Cairo and vicinity, that they
are receiving a lull lino of fa-hlonablu mill
nery good", and arc prepared to furnish
their patron with huts and bonnets from
the cheapc-t to the nio-t oxpen-lvc.
ERY LATENT TAKE NOTICE.
After January I-t wo expect to deal ex
clusively in gentlemen' clothing and genl'-
furnishing gooiIs,aml Inn liu on hand a :re
and well arlcd stock of fall and winter dry
pood, notion", etc. .etc., which wc desire to
cloc out entirely, wo tako this method to
Inform tho public that wo shall, after Nov
ember Ut, sell all goods in our store in the
drv good line, at first co-t. All out-good
were bought at the loet market prlcc.auil
ire fresh and suitable for this season, Tho-u
wl-hliig to obtain good bargains should
call on u before purchasing elsewhere.
Hl.UM .t A.-ovr,
No. Hi Cominerolal avenue, between J.
Hurler and Elliott k Ilaythorii. U-t-lm.
.. J-.": Is ('lUxiVaTiiTo-inreio"- !hr.
ria'o Iti tilts city on hlio. Ho will trimsfc
famine-, to and from steamboats or railroad
depots, nisht and day, orders being left at
s.1 Commercial avenue. Ciimiiiihum would
eall attention of candidates ilolrlr.g to Islt
tho "country precinct and call upon the
voter-, lo the fact that hi-, splint; wagons arc
precisely adapted to till- purpose. Ihey
were apparently undo lor the business.
Either ot lliem will carry a candidate and
nil tho working filend necessary to capture
every vote oiit-lile of Cairo, in Alexander
countv. UKI1 Uiu.
KI.NH OF THE BLOOD. Can-erou. tu
mor.. Case. It I- with pleu-uro I write,
In behalf ol my mother, who ha been tak
ing your medicine. King of tho Blood, lor a
tumor, and can ay Mie i mot entirely
eiired. .-ho has taken four bottles of the
medicine. 'Tlio tumor was a targe as n
gooc egg when sho commenced . It is now
only about tho sl.e of a grain of corn, and
rapidly disappearing. She has doctored
hundred, of dollar., away without bcuellt,
until iislir your mcdlelnc, for whfi-li wo
shall always bo thankful, and can lecom
mend thu King- of tlio Blood to any onn
needing it. Mv mother's name is Sarah
Dulln. Yours respectfully,
Saiuii Mi Minis Kenton, onto.
ee .uNortl-omelit ill another i-oliill tl.
l; l A Any ladv, or ehlld overisj earsul age,
VlU ean iiuvv'lenru .Madaiue llennan's now
method of making wax Mowers lor only
2 .VJ, by ptirelialiiK her now bonk of In
struction and an entire set of moulds. Oi
lier liook ot in-ti iictlini in the neaiitltiil art
ol making foliage, which Is it ported repre.
.dilation of the natural leaf, and made
u Itliout iiiouls or sels.ors. Price, only j:i.
'I'heso book ean bo had trom the niillior
.Madamo Ili rm.m No. ll.'l West list street.
New York, or liom the oiliee ol this paper.
Happy relief fui-jouiig men from the ef
reels ot enor- ami iimi.e In early life. Man
hood restored. Impediment to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remark iblo remedies. Book" and elf
tular sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress Howard Association. .No. 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia. Pa. an institu
tion having a high reputation lor honorable
joinliKtaiid proles.lon.il skill. lu-2it d.v-uUiu
I'sie lr. Ileurj'H.World'a Tottlti iintl,
it is tli great hoii9hold"rfniedy, pleasant to
nkc, yet otsut for the prevsatlon and curt- of
lltras:s. It I bittfl- than Hitters, Cordial,
lliu-liuorBarsaparllla. Sold by Druggists
Ir. Ilciiry'si Itoot mill IMunt 1M1U.
Mild jtl lUorough-no nausea or grlplng-rn
Irely vtiretable urrat liver nuicdy. Price 25
K-nts. Sold by Druggists.
Mrs). AVtiltcomli'si Nyrup.
Tlie rttat soothing remedy. I'rlco only 23
seats, tilvc rest to the mother onn ncauuio
Iho child gold by Druggist.
Interesting Work, Enlarged l'.dltlon, Kew
Ingrovlug, Two-hundred and sixty I'sgr,
?ilco tOeents. Adilrets l)u. UrrTt' DlsrtM
nut, U North Eighth street, St. Louts, Mo.
V. W, STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Ccr, tt'i St. tu I Commercial Ave.
oil and Shoes made to older, acd in
latest nd UK at fash lonsble stylet.
Parnbaker & Son
.nc still sr.i.t.isd coons at
Very Low Prices
I'ino blue nnd black Chinchilla
Overcoat.- 910 00
Hluc and black Chinchilla I'oa
Jacket (fur tucu)
Blue and black Chinchilla l'ca-Jacket.-
A No '-'0 Heaver Overcoat,
So vera I eulora of Heaver .suits
llooil workiutr Overcoat
An A No. 1 Child's Velvet Suit,
Coat, Pants and Vest
First. clasH boy's Overcoat
All Wool, winter, lCnit Jackets
Heavy winter Undershirts and
Country -kuit Socks
h'inc I' rencli U.iaio Marts, wuu
Collar, n suro tit, worth Sii,
WK c.v.v i rn.visii
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FROM $5 TO $25.
900 Panic Hats
Wo arc still collhij;
THREE FOR $1