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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
OnwtYiR' Orrics.'L'Aiito, lUi., I
Novsmber l!, 10:11 p.m., 1978. J
Barometer, W:8o degress.
Thermometer. BO deirreei.
Wlm - weit. Telocity J miles per
Maximum temperature lor Ust U bouri,
Prevslllng wind Tor luit -J4 hours, Lorth
Tout number of miles traveled by wind
curing lait 34 tiouri, 181.
Observer Hlgnal .Service, U. 3. A
NEW YORK STOrfE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
UMIIT VAUIBTT (TOOK IS TUM OITT
GOODS BOLD VERY CLOSE.
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FORWARDING and COMMISSION
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DEALERS IN FJOUR
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OHIO niVBM AMD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lhvkh,
R. J. CUNDIFF,
GENERAL V ROUUCK
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No. 17 KtauTU St.,
G. 1). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No, 70 Oblo Lctcc, CAIRO, ILLS.
ar.Speclal attention given to consign
ment and tilling order, ll-'itl
SPECIAL WARRANT NO. 3.
Public notice la hereby given that the
tounty court ot Alexander county, has ron
dered'judgmcnt lor a special assessment up
on property benefitted by the following Im
provement : The new sidewalk on the
northerly tide ot Fifteenth street, from
Washington avenue to Walnut street ; the
'reconstructed sldowalk on Houth tide of
Kifth itreet, from Washington avenue to
Walnut itreet ; on north tide of Filth street ;
on west t-ide ol Walnut street, between
Fourth and Fifth streets ; on west iilile of
Walnut afreet, between Seventh and Eighth
treeu; on east hide ol Walnut street, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets; on west
tide of Walnut itreet, between Eleventh
and Twelfth streets; oa cast hide of Wal
ut street, between Twellth and Thirteenth
streets; on cast side of Walnut, between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth street : on west
lde ef Walnut itreet, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets; on the cast tide ot
Walnut street, between Fifteenth and Six
teenth I tree U; on east side of Walnut street,
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets;
on eait (lde of Walnut street, between Nine
teenth and Twentieth streets; on west side
or Washington avenue, between Twenty
aeventh and Twenty-Klghtb treats; south
aide of Twenty-Eighth street, between
Commercial avenue and Poplar street.
Aa will more fully appear from certified
copy of the ludgment on tile in the office of
the clerk ot the city ot Catio, that n warrant
for the collection of such assessment Is In
the hinds of the undersigned. Ail persons
interested are hereby notified to call and
pay the amounts assessed, at the collector's
office, No- CO Ohio levee, within thirty days
Iroin the date hereof.
Dated this 11th day ot November, A. D.
1873. H. A. Cunningham, Collector.
Jorner Twelfth itreet and Washington Ave
.T. C. HUELS.
(Late of St. Louli,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
m. ANtr HOOKA of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at ihort notico , Ulblos, Music.
Magazlnea and l'eriodicals bound neat and
at tie lowest possible rates.
ounty work, such as Becordi, Docket
Foe Books, Blanks, etc., made a ipeclality
HoKea, Pocket 3ooks, Knve lopes, eto
m a ie 10 order
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
HIDBMOS No. U Thirteenth arrest, Da-
' US flommarolal avnu. npatalra.
uhb wuDiuunmiiDiua nuuui nr
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
maNn earatrmatk aal Walnut sis,
niutiuf Bill- atraat and Ohio lavas,
it heirs-fo a-m. to It as., and I p.t
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tumi will be tho uiual lervlvei at the
Church of tho Redeemer to-day, at 10:30
a. ai, and 7 pm. Tba sermon at the oven
log cervices will be addressed to the young
women of the city.
RV. Mb. Til A Van will dallvnr a till.
course thli morning on tbo following:
"The Doctrine of the Trlnllv Illustrated."
As has already been announced in tho cltv
psperi, Mr, Thayer will, by request, de
liver a second discourse thii ovonlng on
the propboclei of tbo Blblo, Subjects:
"Ayro, laumea, Egypt." "ibe libtaaol
Itei and Damascus." Ilai a Droohecv
been lulflllled? Hear and Judge.
Col. S. S. Taylor Ii at home again.
Mr. and Mn.lrvln aro vliitlng frlondi
at Jonetboro to-day.
John Dunninu. son of Dr. C. W. Dun
ning, and John Antrim, Jr., are student!
at the Charleston, Missouri, College.
Means. Oeo. Lounsburv. T. W. "Wat-
klnr, John Cortor and Dan. Hogan of
Mound City wcro down to Cairo yester
Mr. Jewott Wilcox returnod to St.
Louis yeiterday. Ho will return to Cairo
about the tint of April, and again become
host at the St. Charles.
At the lata election In Pulaski countv
Mr. Jai. 8. Morrli, who was a candidate
for county commissioner, received over
eleven hundred votes nearly the wbolo
number of votes cast.
Dr. Kolley of Monmouth county.
New Jeney, a relative of BheritT Irvln,
was in tho city Friday and vestordav.
The doctor wai on his wedding tour, and
In company with his bndo left for home
Dy ttie three o'clock train yeiterday after
-Mr. Tom Winter every bod v knows
Tom Las received from County Clerk
A,yncn the appointment of deputy. Mr.
Winter is an excellent accountant, and as
for penmanship has few superiors in this
city. Mr. Lynch could not have made a
bettor selection or unit that would civo
Mr. W. F. Kuchenbeekcr, clerk at
Herman Mayor's tobacco store, nai re
cleved tho appointment of local agent at
Cairo for the Teutonia life insurance com
pany, and of the I) is mark Dund, vice John
Prueis, removed. Mr. Kuchenbeckor It
thoroughly competent to diichargo the
dutiei imposed upon him, and will make
a diligent and etaclent agent.
Iiuilnu ia lust moderately active.
Religious services will be held in
nearly all the churches in tbo city to-day.
There is a larger number of buildings
now in course of orcctlon in this city than
at any one time for yoan past.
It ! laid the Coal trade at the minei
In .Southern Illinois has within the pait
six weeks fallen off nearly fifty per cent.
New stores, Groceries, etc., are ring
ing up in every part of the city. The
mayor has signed on an average of five
llcerues por day for the past week.
Tho Egyptian Choral locioty of
Mound City, have boon rearranging the
tagc, etc., In Stokes' hall, which Ii now
aid to bo one of tba best public halls in
Tho Gorman School Association of
this city will glvo a ball for the benefit of
the German school, at Schoel'i hall on
Thanksgiving evening, 27th Inst. The
frlendi of the icbool aro invited to attend.
Mr. Pace odors hit horso and buggy
foriale. Tho horso Is tho finest in the
city, combining tbo qualities both of lad
die and Imrnei, in both of which bo ii
firit-clasi, Tho buggy is a No. 1 top
buggy, noarly new. They will bo sold at
a bargain. Inquire at 05 Ohio loveo.
The work of remodollng tho sitting
room and bar at tho European hotel hav
ing boon comploted, the proprietor, Mr.
Harry Walker, last night provided an
oyiter supper to wbi:b a number of his
friends wore invltod. Tbo European is
fait becoming one of the most popular
resorti in the city.
-Winter'! gallrey is tbrongod with
visitors daily. It is now In complete
running order, nothing lacking nor mist
ing. The work ho ia now turning out Is
of the very highest type of photography,
and ho makes a handsome picture tor you
in spite of your looki. A visit to his
gallory is a temptation to havo your
shawdow caught. Wo havo been so
tempted And "You know how it is my
self." Go and do likewise.
Alexander county having sot the ex-
Ample, Porry county hai concludod no
to bo out-done, but will tako a band and
go ui ono Letter in the way of exocutioni.
John Feefee and George Williams, colored
men, for tho murder of William M.M'.I
lon, a farmer living in Pour mile prairie,
Perry county, in September last, wore
triod lait week at Pinckneyvillo, found
guilty, and sentenced to be hanged on the
38th day of tbo present month.
The toaion for putting up boat
ing itovei Ii t hand, and our
itove dealer! are kept buiy from
early morning till I Ate At ulght.
In thii connection it may bo woll to cau
tion tboie putting up stoves, to look care
fully to every flue, and 100 that no cracki
aro left open by which moani fire might
bocommunicatod to tbo wood-work of the
bouie. By 10 doing many big icarei may
be Avoided, and no ono know how many
houses laved from dcitruction.
A night or two lincoat Scott'a laloon
a difficulty occurred between An unknown
colored man and Mitch Schutei, And An
other colored man named "Oliarllo."
Mltoh And hii friend Charlie wore Jeal
ous of tbo mannor in which tbo unknown
colored roan "sloihod 'round" among tbo
THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
girls, and detormlned to put a stop to it
by putting a irnall quantity of cold lead
Into hit caroam. One iliot was flrod at
him, but fortunately dono no harm further
than to "scrath tho ikln a little." 'Sobutos
and his partuor havo to far mccoedod In
elludlng the officers, but tbolr capture Is
only a question of time.
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopathlit physi
cian, late of Shawnoetown, has located In
tb Is city and Intendi making It bit home
The doctor comes to Cairo well recorn
monded, auj refers to the officers of the
Pint National bank of tibawneotown, to
whom ho Is well known, having practiced
bis profession among them for yean. Ho
solicits a fair share of tbo patronage of
ourcltlzons. Office 140 Commercial ave
Mr. J. Ilurger, the dry goods mer
chant, left this morning for New York for
tho purpoio of laying In a new stock of
winter goods, Mr. Uurger hu found it
nectssary In order to meet hli already
largo and conitantly Incroailng patronage,
to leek other) and mora comrnodloui quar
ters. Consequently ho hai tenured tho
new building now almost comploted and
ready for use, at tho corner of Ninth itreet
and Commercial avenue, into which ho
will move hii itock In a fow dayi. No
morchant in tho city has mora knowlodgo
of tho wanti of this county than Mr. ii ,
and when his stock arrive It will be found
to be one of the most complete ever
brought to thii market.
The report tent to several of tho
papers publiahod in St. Lout;, and ono or
two In Cincinnati, that tho first cotton
ihipped over tho Cairo, Arkansss and
Toxni .railroad wai coniignod to parties
in Evaniville, Is no, correct. The Ant
bales of cotton five in number if wo re
member corroctly wore consigned to
Thorns Bros., Commercial avenue near
Eighth street, this city. This cotton ar
rived in this city four or five days after
the opening of tbo road to Greenfields'
Later, about three weeks since, Mr. L. n!
Meyers, 111 Commercial avenue, roceived
a consignment of thirty bales. The cot
ton consigned to Evanivlllo parties ar
rived at this point by tbo Cairo, Arkansas
and Tens road about ten days ago, and
was forwarded from Cairo by one of the
On Friday mornlug last, Jerry Sulli
van, late watchman on the steamer Illinois,
wont into John Uagerty's saloon and
called for liquor. Sullivan being already
drunk, Uagerty refuixi to givo him any
thing to drink. Sullivan left the saloon
swearing ho would "get even" with Uag
erty, but the latter paid no attention to his
grumbling, believing It to be "only talk.'
Lato in tho evening, Sullivan returnod to
Uagerty's and as he entered tbo
door, lovelod a rovolver at Uagerty,
who was sitting at tho end of tbo counter,
and flrod Uagerty dodging juit in time to
let the ball pass over hit head and enter the
door jam on tho other lido of the room.
Chief McIIale and Sargeant Cain, who
were Handing at tho corner of Eighth
trnAt. heard the report of the postol, and
going to iuu isioon arresieu outuvan. II
was taken bejoro Judgo Bross, whero a
preliminary hearing of tbi casa was had.
In default of $1,000 bond Pulllvan was
lent to the county jail to await the action
of tho grand jury.
I tako thii opportunity to Inform tbo
citizens of Cairo and eurroundlng country,
that I will rciumo my practlco in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of December.
'J-30-tf. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
Ross hai on hand, and for talo a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut
and split, and ready for tbo stovo. Also
all kinds of coal which will bo delivered
in any part of tho city on short notico
Loavo orders at coal yard, on Commer
cial avonuo, oppoiito Eloventh street.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each '.'4
foot long, 2 inch Dram, - 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in first-class
order; been used only throe months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Rkxnik,
9-23-tf. Vulcnn Iron Works
Notico is hereby given that any buy
who shall uie a rubber sling or air gun,
or play shinny on the streets of Cairo,
will bo arrestod by the police, Sev
eral accidents to parsons nnd damage
to property has boon occasioned by tho
uso of these woapons and tho playing of
tho gamo named, an eye of one boy having
boen put out by u peble discharged from a
aling and teams frightened.
Chief of Police.
Attention Is called to tho card of 0.
W. Wheoler, dealer in wood and coal,
which will bo found under the head of
new advertisements in this morning's
Bulletin. Ho is proparcd to furnish
any quantity or quality of wood or coal
desired on ibort notico and at reaionablo
rates. His ofllco and yard is located on
Tenth itroet, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, whero orders should
Tbo barber ehop u on the corner ot
Eighth itroet and Commercial avenue
where J.,Goorgo Stienbouso with his gen
tlomenly Assistants can be found At Any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your footings with a imootb shave, or cool
your to in por and bead with a good iham-
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you aro
auro of rocolving flrit-clata treatmont.
Ladies' and children'! hair cut or curled
after tbo moit approved styloi. 8-15-tf
IIknkt Rudoff, at bli new itand on
Eighth itreet, is telling cooking and host
itovei and tin ware at the lowest prices,
and is always propared to do job work and
guttorlng, which bo makes a ipeclality, on
ihort notice. Henry has come to itay and
ought to got a liberal ihare of public pat
ronago, All kinds of gamo constantly on band
At Harry Walker's, Commercial Avenue
between Seventh And Eighth streets. ,
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Gas and Stenmuttlng on ihort notico
Brow' Block. a-2Btf.
Go to U alley's for tho llurnett steam
baking vciiel. ILO-lm
Go to Ilalley's for good bargains In
ceoklng and beating stoves. U.G-lm
Tin European hotol, IIar,-y Walker
proprietor, Is opon at all bouri of tho
Foh a good square moal go to Harry
Walkcr'i restaurant, Commercial avenue
bolwoon Seventh and Eighth itreet. lm
Fob oab and iteam fitting go to Ren-
nle'i Vulcan iron worki, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
IIallky keep! the celebrated "Faih-
Ion," tho "Monitor," tho "Lady Oay," the
"Ataiki," and numerous otborgood cook
itovei; and all stylos of heating stoves,
which ho offers low for caih.
Noticx li horeby given that I will pay
no billi for goodi sold to any of the em
ployes of Tn Cairo Bcxlktik, either
or themselves or for tho uie of tho office
unleso the tamo are furniihed on an order
(Ignod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
1'2-20-ly John H. Oiiialt.
Ily Hartman, a lino
At a great bargain.
Call at Ilartman's salesroom, 105 Com
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth strootanl Commeroial avo
nuo, odors for sale Guinness' Porter &
Bass' ales and pure Uonnesiy brandy,
and the genuine Acgoiture bitters, all
flnt-clasi cholera cures. Try them
R. Jo.vf.s, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest Improvements In the lino uf bis
business. Only the best ana most com
petent workmen employod, and all work
warranted to be flrstclass in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avonue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
In another place in this morning's Hui.
lstih will bo found tho card of C. N.
Hughes, insurance agont. Mr. Hughes is
tho agent of a number of the best and
most reliable imuranco companies in the
country, In fact ho represents nono but
first-class companies, and property insured
with bim may be sot down as being In
A Nxw Enterprise. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a lino of backs betwoon Cairo
and tbo terminus of tbo Cairo, Arkansas
& Texas railroad, making two trips each
day. leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., And
and 2jo'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with the trains on that road.
Ordors for passengers or baggago should
be lett at. Field's stable, on 10th street.
Barton, Mary Addie
Banks, Georgia Ann
Kline, Eva "
Parker, Annie Bell
St. John, Mary L
Urooki. r rsncls
Wlnton, baran K
Ankorman, William Allen Frank
Badurala, Llglla Byran, Dr W S
lloyor, William "ally, Lott 'i
Block, Joseph Button, J T
Brewer, George Bickey, GIrdcon
Cox, Robert W Cronen, Richard
Carey, James Outran, John
Caib, Fred Culodine, Mr
Doyle, 11 r Downs, Wm II
Douglas, Win A Hayes, Potor
Doorcb, John Dawson, Perry
Doty, Ohas O Egbert, F V
Fitzgerald, Bird Fresb, John V
Fallis, J M Fulton, Malin
Fowler, Richard Fox, S.unuol
Frazier, William Grunman, B 1
Grovor, Benjamin Gallagher, Con
Grandstaff, H II Oirard, John
Greoland, Joseo Gray, Joionh
Oorould, Lyman Goodrich, Thos II
llartig, William liagor, iteubon
Harris, Len Uarpor, J
Jenei, Robert James, Wm
Kimball, Ji M King, Jotin ii
Kolley, Uomur V. Kemper, Wm
Kinzie, Wilson Land Thomas
Long, R II McCormlck, Mr
Mead, jsawara ii Mcivonney, vvyau
Moil, Wm Morrii, Win U
Maples, Dr P Moore, Llttloton
McCann, J J Millor, James
Mason, Hutcbeion McBrido, J E 2
Moore, Georgo O'llern, John
Owons, Michaul O'Callahan Timothy
Novlns, Thos 3 Poabody, B K
Proston, Cbai Poyan, J
Piko. Nelson Porter, S A
Richards, Oeo W Ryan, John M
Reld, Thornton Roblnion, W S
Rutherford, W H Reynoldi, Wm
Silvor Broil Smith, Ohas E
Scovllle, F T Sawini, G W
Summon, Jesse A Sutherland Robt
Tucker, Mr Thompion, Henry
Tilloy, Urigh O Thornai T Lanu
Voirum, S M Volgloap, Tracy
Wilion, 0 K Winters, Oeorgo
Wilson, G Ilayden Williams, Jasper
Wilie, James Wilkes, J
Oxo. W. McKkaio, P. M.
Use Dr.'nenry'alWorld'a Tfrmle smd ,
It is the sMtbouanoldremedy, pleasant to
take, yet potsnt for the prevention and cure of
diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
tiuctm or SersaparlUa, Sold by Druggists
Tr. Heary Root and Plaat Fills.
Mild yet thorough no nanses org-lplng-n-UrelyveceUble-greAtllverremtdy.
scnts. Sold br Druggists,
Mr. W-ltcocab'a Syrup.
The peat soothing remedy. Prlee on'.y U
tents , Give! rest to the mother and health to
tho child Bold by Druggist.
IntcTMtUg Work, Enlarged Kdltlon, New
engravings, Two-bondrtd and sixty Pages,
rriee 10 cents. Addrsss Da. Bora' Darsni
unr, it North Klcbta Stmt, St. Louts, Mo.
NOVEMBER. 1G, 1878
WANTED A good whito girl to do gen
eral housework In a small family. Apply
at Ulxby'a old stand, Washington avenue,
near Elghth.'strcet. It
THE OLD FASHIONED
Buflslo Over Shoe",
Just roceived and for sale at Elliott Hay.
thorn's. 11-15 tt
THOMAS' Photograph Gallery will be
open for business on and after November 12,
1873. Person! wanting plcturos will do well
to watt a few days longer. 11-3 tf
GERMAN SCHOOL 1IAL1..-A ball will
be given at .Schecl'shall on the 27th, (Thanks
giving), for the benefit of tho German
school. A general Invitation Is extended
to the friends ot tho friends of tho school,
and all others who desire to ntt end. 1. 10 tf
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novem
ber 3, and through the winter, a warm lunch
will bo spread at tho Thalia saloon, opposite
The Bulletin office, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the delicacies of tho season,
1M lm A. Jaeckkl, Proprietor.
NOTICE JJaing determined to close my
business house, 1 shall from and after this
date, sell for sash only. All persons in
debted tome nre respectfully icqucstcd to
close their accounts Immediately. Charles
D, Artcr is hereby empowered to collect,
rccehc, and receipt all claims due me.
ATTENTION, SIR KNIG11T9!
ar A rcguler communication ol Cairo
NComiiandery No. 13, will bo held
Monday evening, November 17. Alt sojourn
ing Sir Knlgbti cordially invltod to attend.
Acting Eminent Commander.
FHED. STITCHER has purchased tho
barber shop of Geo. Reining, who retires
for the benefit of his health. The shop U
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and its
new proprietor Is detormlned to make it
first-class In every particular. He invites
pdbllc patronage. 10-20 lm
NOTICE. Tho annual meeting ol tho
stockholders ot the Cairo and Vtnccnnes
Railroad company, for the election ot direc
tors and such other business as may come
bclore It, will bo held at the olllce ot tho
company In Cairo, Illinois, on Tuesday, De
cember 10, 1873. A. E. BuitNSIDE, Prcst.
R. Miller, Secretary.
WINTER'S gallery is thronged with visi
tors dally. It Is now In complete running
order, nothing lacklug nor misting. The
work ho is now turning out Is of tho very
highest type ot photography, and ho makes
a handsome picture for you In splto of your
looks. A visit to his gallery is a temptation
to have your shadow caught. Wo baic been
10 tempted and "You know how it is my
self." do and do likewise.
I HAVE, this day conferred to Wm. F.
Kuchenbeekcr, with H. Meyers, Esq., No.
02 Oblo Levee, the agency at Cairo, of the
Teutonia Lite Insurance company, und of
the Bismarck Bund. AH moneys duo to
said Institutions arc henceforth to bo paid
to him, as he Is the only authorized collector.
Cairo, UN., November 15, 1S73.
11-10 21 Traveling General Agent.
REASONS WHY. Tho reasons why Dr.
Price's Special Flavorings, cinnamon, lein-
Is because they arc prcpareTffoiflHnti'TOlfl"
cost selected fruits and nromatics. without
coloring or poisonous old,, that all tho (lav
orlnt; principles aro retained unchanged by
chemical action, highly concentrated, re
quiring less to flavor, thut'thcre Is no de
ception in bottles as they hold onc-liulf
more than those bold lor the tuuio size.
That they aro in every particular like his
eclobrated Cream Haling Powder, just ns
represented. 11-12 iwil.Vw
Fine white; single and double X amber
single and double X Canary, best quality of
manilln, blue letter, etc., etc. 50,000 for
ale, printed at f3 50 to 0 50 per thousand,
at the Huli.xtin Office.
MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING.
Miss Adelaldo Phillips and Mrs.'L. T. Brings
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, would respectfully announce.
to the ladles of Cairo and vicinity, that they
are receiving a full lino of fusbionablo mill'
ncry goods, and are prepared to furnish
their patrons with hats and bonticU from
the cheapest to the most expensive.
VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st we expect to deal ox
cluslvcly In gentlemen's clothing and gent's
furnishing goods,and having on hand n largo
and well assorted stock of tail and winter dry
goods, notions, etc., etc., which wo desire to
closo out entirely, wo tako this method to
inform tho public that wo shall, alter Nov
ember 1st, sell ull goods in our storo In tho
dry good line, at first cost. All ourgoods
wcro bought at tho lowest market price, and
ire fresh and suitable for this souson, Thoso
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call ou us bcloro purchasing elnowhcre.
HLUM t ANSOM,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, bntween J.
Ilurger and Elliott & Uaythoru. 11-1-lm.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM'S carriages are tho
best in the city. Ho has thu 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 loft ut
85 Commercial avenue. Cuniitugham would
cull attention ot cundldatos desiring to visit
tho country precincts and call upon the
voters, to the fact that bis sprlugwagous are
precisely adopted to this purpose, 'i'hey
were apparently made tor tho business.
Either ot them will carry a candidate and
all tho working friends necessary to capture
every vote outside of Cairo, in Alexander
county. 10-31 Gui.
M A Any lady, or child over 8 years ot ago,
tjilu cun now learn Madame Herman's new
method of making wax (lowers lor only
$2 50, by purchasing her now book or in
struction nnd an entire set of moulds. Or
her book ot Instruction in tho beautiful art
ot milking foliago, which Is a perfect repre.
sontatlon of tho natural leaf, and miido
without mauls or scissors. Price, only (3.
These bonks cau bo had from tho author
Mndamo Herman No. 113 West 41st street,
Now York, or troru tho olllce of this paper.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy rellut tor young men from tho el
fects ot errors and nbusuB in early llfo. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriagu
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. ItookH und elr
tulars sont free, iu sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-20 d&w3m
Kisirra ST., Ut. Com. 4 Wash-
Parnbaker fe Son
AtlB hTIt.I. HKM.INO (100D8 AT
Very Low Prices
Fine blue and bluck Chinchilla
Overcoats 810 00
Blue and black Chinchilla Pea
Jackot (for men) 7 50
Blue nnd black Chinchilla Pea
Jackets (for boys) (I 00
A No 20 Reaver Overcoat,
casimcro lining l.'i 00
Several colorjof Reaver suits.. lf 00
Good working Overcoat 7 00
An A No. 1 Child's Velvet Suit,
Coat, I'quU and Vest.......... 5 00
Firtitclass boy's Overcoat 4 00
All Wool, winter, Knit Jackets. 1 26
Heavy winter Undershirts and
Country-knit Socks 40
Pine French Calico Sbirts, with
Collar, a sure fit, worth 83,
WE CAN KUIlNISn
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FROM $5 TO 125.
AFTER SELLING OVER
900 Fanio Hats
Wo are still selling
THREE FOR $1
0. W. WHEELER,
"WOOD ,? OOAI
OFFICE AND i'ARD
Tinth Street, between Washington and
A large supply of PlttibUrg and Big
tvood sawed to order. Orders tor ceal or
wood Jbould be left at the omen oh Tenth
street, isnni, casu on uciivery.
PE T R C If II L,
No. so onto LEVCr,
3-20tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Uurd & Son.)
rLOUgf, CHAIN AND HAT.
No 3 Ohio Loveo, CAIRO, ILLS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer la
Liu, Oimint, Plaster, Haje, Etc.
No Utalo Levee,
Tl wilt sell In car load lot! at maeuf a
tnrers price, adding freight. 4-?- tt
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Com ission
r.reuared to forward all ktnds of freights
to all points.
N. B. Thlstlcwood. V. J. Thlstewood.
TIIISTLEWOOD & CO.,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
Xo. 78 OniO LEVEE,
Cairo, - Illinois.
LOUIS II. MYERS,
Forwarding and Commission
And Dealer in
HAY' OATS, CORN', FLOUR
AXD COUNTRY PRODUCE
Storo Itoom Iu Dr. Wardncr's new brick
111 Commercial Avcutic,
ETtTLIberal advances mado on consign
ments. Kefurcnce: City National Hank. 11-2 tf
H. A. Thorns L. D. Thorns
THOMS k RROTHER,
8ucccsosra to U. Jl.llulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DBALXKS IS
ftlAle nnd t'nuey farooerlsa,
Korelgu and Domestic
RiriTS .TX3 T3
VA Commercial Avonuo,
OAIRO. - - ILLINOIS.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTS ou KAIUUANK'S SOALKd
Ohio Levee. OAIUO. ILLINOIH.
J01IN R. PI1LL1S & SON,
lt)uoot.ot to John 1). I'hlllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, c,
AGENTS FOH LAS'LIN AND HAND
Con. Tknth Stiukt akd Onto Lsves
OAIHO. ILL. J
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18th St.
Also, kssp teaatantly oa haa a most
pltU stock of
ooroR AJIT IBISB wbueim
Fort, MadsrU, Shorty - Otby