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I'liJS CAIRO DAILY ISULJUSTlfi, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER. 19, !'3
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
onstnvKn'8 Omci.'Cimo. Ills., l
November lb, 10:11 p.m., 1873.
Barometer, 20, -SO degroet.
Tuetmometor, 00 degree.
Wind weit, Velocity 2l miles pet
Maxltnutn tcmpctatuio lor la t it hours,
Minimum temperature lor tbo last 21 hours,
Prevailing wind fur bit 21 hours, north
wcit. Total number of rntlct traveled by wind
during Uit 21 Loon, 103.
Observor Signal Service U. 9. A.
NEW YORK BTOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.ABOBST TAEIETT ITOCK M TBI OUT
GOODS BOLD VKKY CLOSE.
turner of Nlnetoentb atrtitBd Cam
nicnlil A vrnut.
0. (I. PATIKH
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
RKH (111 T(I,
DEALERS IjN PI OUR;
o4 tsrPW et
OHIO lUTES AMD KA.VAWIU
70 Ohio Lbvrh,
R. J. CUNDIFF,
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No. 17 Kioutu Sr.,
w s i T
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
HOLES ALE GROCER.
And Dealer In
70 Olilo Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
1 Mill MIMI'i "l'(t,l"t J- IS
:tt national bank huudixo.
'Mrifr ill attflntlnn Ttnlil tn nMrm frv.m
1IYLAND & SAUER.
AMP DXALXUS IM
ICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
lnth struct and Commercial avcuu
tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
, JACOB WALTER,
AND DEALER IN
Stmbt, Between Wabiiiuotos
n Commercial Aviwuia,
IK lil'lanhnaafi nod linnnjr'
bfor Baf, Pork, Mutton Veal
iiut, etc. and ai ureoarad to r?f
111 A mn. uuah .h. m.nnA
f AMES KYNASTON,
tt m tt -en i
l I . .4 I 1 Wt I I A. 1
AND DEALER IV
NDS OP FRESH MEATS.
I TwenUrlh Ntreet unci Com.
alvuehters only the best Cattle.
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U V " .'' o ... v,.- w.
Meats from ono to ton tbou
' lTTXT olfTmiT
1 lIUUll QlUllU,
;sor 10 uamcs u.ynaaiuu,j
Iflil 4SJ.Al.ai in Abb AIIIUB U
I Vrnriii 1L1 w . T- a
1 M, MMBM
Umvnwrn awn 1'nPT.m Rta..
Daughter only tbe bent cattle,
ep, and li prepared to till any
Am a. ojuxiu, oi. u.
ii.t.iiti at n
...,. Ninth .ml Walnut at..
ar Blilr ttrtxt and Ohio lasts,
omf a. a, to U as., and p.m
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
-'lb ere Will bo a meeting of colored cltl
rem lipid at If ev. Culdwrll't cliurtli, on Four
tocntli ftrcet, tills evening, lor the pnrioso
of appointing a delegate to leprcieM tlicm In
tbo convention to bo bcld lu Wu(.ln'toD
Wo aro Indebted to Trod lioeb'.tr it
Ilro., for lomo of their excellent tiurago,
balognu, etc. Wo liavo tried It, And mo
ready to fay tbat It U equal, If uot tuperlor
t- any tiling of Uio kind wo ever tasted,
Their bnp 11 on Eighth ,trcct, In Herbert's
new building. A lull tupply always on
band. Try them.
--Tbo steamer Jim I'lik, Jr., Is no longer
In tbo Cairo and l'uducali trade, a Inct that
Is to b deplored by curyouo ititcrcttcd In
bttltdlug up a trudo between tbo two cities.
The owners or tbo 1'Isk aver that they kept
bcr running until her "llt'lo blue packt
book began to colapn'," and then tbey were
compelled to llo bcr tip,
Two negro men stnlo articles of clothing
from several different Mores on the levee
last evening. Sheiltr Irvln went alter and
oiught them. They stole a fib over-coat
from Sir. Jobn Antrim, and several va uablo
articles from tbo stores of Watderond Farn
baker. They will probably have a prelim
inary hearing this morning.
Ur a rctolutton adopted at the mce Ing
ot the city council held yesterday afternoon,
the mayor was empowered and Instructed
io appoint two additional night policemen.
This Is ns it should be. Just now there Is
ununtl'Ually lir.'0 number of that class of
perioni who need watching In the city.
Sourly every' train or boat that arrives tilings
iddltlntis to the number already bere, and
t will n quire all tb'c time and energy of all
the night police, the two extra ons In
cluded, to keep matters straight.
Tbo high winds ol Monday night did
considerable damage to a number of build
ng. The Ira'ae work on the new build. ng
bat was being erected at lbs corner ol
tjlfVcnth strcit and Washington avenue,
.vas b own down and badly damaged. Most
ol the timbers wcro broken and rendered
worthier for tho purpose for which they
Acre being u-cd. The Ucv. itlck's church,
at tbe corner ot Fifteenth and Walnut Mreits
win moved some Inches. Workmen were
eugaged yotcrday In putting additional
bracer under the building.
Ipi-clal .M'vfliiar or Slifi f'lsy rnunrll
riIUl fo.- ilurai Mualutai.
Council. CiiAMnru, )
CilllO, IlIc.Nov. IS, lsTI, 4 p.m.;
1'reK'tit Ills Honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Korciue or, McKwcn. McOau
ley, Meyorn, Morris, Nclll, rhllllps, Itltten
house and Koblnsou 9.
On motion of Alderman Meyers the read
ing id tbe minute win dispensed with.
ItU'MtTor fOLtCK AMI .'All. COMMITTEf.
Tho committee on police andjail reported
tint an Increase of the police force Is ncce
my, and they rccommucd that tbn mayor
tic requotcd tn appoint two additional I o-
leu couttuble-. Tho committee ubnilltif
: lie tollowing resolution for adoption, viz:
itesolird. That the police force bo lit
er ued l tho addition o twa nllit police
L-oii'table-, as iiroviiltd lor by section S'J ol
ordinance So. 'il, and that the inn) or 1
ncicny requc-icii to nominate peroui lor
On wit on of Aldcrmm MeOaulny
'ild toport wa reeflved ond said
re-olutlo i adopted by tho IoiIowIlc vutc :
Ajes. K'or.-mejcr, McKwcn, McOuuley.
i!eycri',.Morrl-,.N'cllI-, l'hl.llps, Hlttt-nhuuse
and Itoblion y. Nay 0.
The ordinance comuiitteu reported the
following ordinance which was read by the
An ordinance to ninond certain po.'tlonn
of ordlnmcc No. 7, ol tho reW-ed ordln.
Skctio.v I That section No. 19 of ordin
ance .No. " bo utneiideil by -triklng out the
ivnni "corif'poLuing wim tuu numtur ot
"sc. 2 't hat sectlonnsnol said ordlnnnrc
N'o 7 bu amemled by ftilkliu out all ul said
motion alter the word ''trva urcr-"
Skc. 3 That iei'tlon 39 ol ald ordinance
ho stricken out. and lint tho following bo
.ubtlituicdtliuictoru.vlz : "Every licensed
runner or porter, when acting ui melt or
'Helling patrmia,'0 or cu-tom, thall wear
eou-piciioily In liontol iU h it or cap, a
ii'iK'1 noi icr man i- . in ue in leugtli. uy
Ihrcu inures in width, ultli tin, nntnlier oi
hi' badgo and name of tau houo, ro-d,
eomii'iny, ''oat or lino of conveyance lor
twiicn uv is ni'iini;; ar dhjvo nnu no
inadoof dark leather with brlht tuetulllc
letters and ligureH not los than bill im
men in iilgtn, properly I nenail ; the num
ber of tliti Iiaduu to be designated bv tbu
cltycloiki anil any person violatincany of
inn provisions oi ili secuon umil lorrelt
and pa to tbo city not less than lite dollars
nor m .ro than titty dollars for ouch and ev
ery ollense. ,
On motion of Alucrman Meyers tho ru'cs
wcro suspended for tho purposo of reading
said ordinance a second time,
Said ordlnanco was thereupon read a sec
ond time, and, on motion of Alderman
Meyers, adopted by tho following vote:
Ayes Kormipyer, McKwen, McGaulcy,
Me) pre, Morris, Nellls. I'hilllps, Itlttenboute
and Hobinson 9. Nay 0.
Stato and city bonds of Daniel Miller nnd
lleubcn Smith forllquor llcenso wcro pre
sented, aii, on motion ol Aldorman Morris,
State and city bondi of A, I.onglnotto
lor liquor llcenso wu.-o presented nnd, on
motion of Alderman itobinson, approved on
a division by a voto of & to 4.
On motion of Aldorman Meyers the coun
cil adjourned. M, j. howxby,-
VEltY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively In gentlemeti's clothing und gent's
lurnMiIni' goods.aud having on hand a larsio
and well nsoortcdstockoflalland wlntcrdry
XOod, notions, etc ,otc, which wodeslro to
clo-o out outlrely, wo tako this motliod to
Inform tbo puhllo that wo shall, alter Nov
ember lt,sull all goods in our storo In tho
dry good lino, ot lirst cost. All ourgoods
wcro bought nt tho lowest market prico.aud
arc fresh and btiltablo for this season. 'Ilioso
rvMiliig to obtain good bargains should
call ou ub beloro purchasing clouwhcre.
1ILUM & ANSOM,
No. 1-12 Commercial avenue, between J,
liurger and Elliott & Unytuorn, 1 1-1-1 m.
W'ANTED-Flvo tons ol dry corn hu-ks
Inhales orsacks, lormuttress making, deliv.
crcd at Q. W. Hick's lactory, oppnto
Urccnllcld'a ferry, on tho Mlss.sslppl Icveo
igrilmk beds tilled at the slnp. Tho best
sn l cheapest mattresses and pillow, ever
offered In this market, lor ealo nt O. W.
Wtotloflk's, coracr Tenlb street nd Wash
ingtoa avenue, n-lS lm
A II LOO DT MmDED
I.ticna lip nil tso Spmipi r en tif (tt
ltloouleat UurUers on Itecor.i
On tho Mississippi river, lour miles abovo
i!el i out, there Is a place kaown to river
men as "l.ucas Uend," or "Tat's Landing."
At this point thcro is a storea country
store which liko most all other country
stores, is not devoted to the sain ol any oac
particular line of goods. Dry goods, boots
and shoes, groceries, powder and
shot, and hst, though not least,
whiskey is sold at this store. Tho proprie
tor, Joseph King by nsmo, was doing a
Kood business and accumulating con-Idem,
bio money. Itccently, baying more rcay
casli than ho desired to put Into his business,
Mr. Klug purchased a forty-acro track of
land. Tho purcbaso of this land by Mr.
Klug Insomoway interfered with the ar
rangements of a farmer named Wushlngton
Sirothcr, who owned the adjoiulng larm,
ana tho two men becamo bitter cnemlos.
On Monday last istrothcr wont to
Klug'e, avowedly for the purposo of set
tling tho trouble between them. The two
men talked their troubles over, and agreed
to drop all lurtber HMcellng with rclerence
jo It. Then Klug and Strothcr went to the
rear end of tbe store room and had u drink
of llqujr together, llavlng disposed ol the
liquor, tho two men storied for tho front
door, and when within a few steps ol it,
Strothcr stepped back as if to allow Klug
to pass out lint, llut that was not his in
tcntlon ho was bent on revenge. As they
n eared tbo door, Klug a few lectin advance,
Strother drew from his pocKet a huge knlle,
ond with one blow cut Klug's throat from
ear to car. The wounded man (ell to the
Uoor, and expired without uttering a word.
Alter committing tbu deed r'trotucr
stepped to tho door, and wiping tho blood
Irora the knlfo on tho door jam,
lult the premises. In n little wallo tbe
news of the murder spread throughout the
neighborhood, and a large party of c'tUeus
started lu penult ol tho murderer, lie was
overtaken several timet, but being mounted
on a tlrct-lootcd hone, succeeded In keep
ing out ol the reach of his persticre. Coun
ty Constable llmstl, of Ilelmont, cams up
with him onco, and found that ho was ac
companied by two other men. Ho ordered
thsm to halt, but tbay turned to ruu tonard
the woods, llussel tired, and succeeded in
wounding ono ol tbo p irtics who he cap
tured. Tho wounded man stated that
Strother was also wounded by ha ing been
shot by eorao ono fur her down tbo road,
bnt that his wound was not serious. At last
accounts he murderer was at largo,
Klug, the murdered man, was well-known
to anuraber ol gentlemen In this city.
I'ruliMO Con i t, .VoTriuhi'r T. rni.
l'robato court convnod ot tho appoint
ed hour. Trcsont, Judge F. llross, presid
ing; J. O, Lynch, clerk, and D puty Sherltl
Tho following business was dliposcd of:
Tho'reople, vs. MartlnMatsen ; larceny.
Defendant brought Into court and pica of
not guilty entered. Georgo FWier appoint
ed attorney fur defendant. Evldcnco beard
and defendant illcliarncl.
Eiateof Sylvctor Fool, decoasod. Liz-
ziu Itictile, administratrix. Ordcrud that
citation l-sue to the sherlfT ol thii county,
ruturnablo to the next term for final -cttlc-ment,
and file all pspern required by law.
In the matter of the estate of Michael
Maloncy, Herman liloomn, adminUtrator.
Report examined and approved. Two
) ears having expired, and tho heirs having
received their proper allowance! lherefor(
ordered th it the report bo lilcd, nnd admin
istrator discharged from all further liabili
ties. Etato ol Thomas WoMi. deceased. Or.
der issued to compel administrator to make
Guardianship ol Henry E. Thompson,
niluorchlld ot Wlliiiin Thompson, deccasMl.
deport examined, approved and ordered
Estate of Francis M. Hundley, deccasod.
A. A. Arrlck, one of tho appral-cre having
died, John LI. Go-suian was appointed totllj
Francis E. Sulro and Edward a. Wayne ol
the Hi m of F. E. S'ulro, vs. Goorgo Fisher,
administrator or tho o,tato of Allrcd K.
Estate of Abraham Williams, decascd.
Georgo Flhcr, administrator. Utpyrt ex
amined and approved.
'Chief Mcll.ilo and Sarguatit Cain mado a
raid on sovar.d of tho bawdy houses in the
lower pait of tho city, and succeeded in
capturing twclio ot the Inmate. They
were taken beloro Judgo Dross, vbo as
sessed a lino of $10 and costn again t each
ol them, 'J ho totul amount or Hues and
costs amounted to a trlllo over flW). No
other cases wero tiled In tho police courts.
and departures for tho SI hours ending nt 0
p. ra. last evening:
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
" Mountain ilelle nnd tow, St. Louis.
11 Kuih, St. Louis.
" Tom Jasper, New Orleans.
St:amer HllnoN, Columbus.
" H. O. Jaeger, New Orleans.
" Kutli, New Orloans.
" Mountain Ilelle und tow, N. 0.
The lttvtns. Tho fall In tho Ohio yes
tcrday was but lour luches, and wc may ex
pect soon to see tbat stream aguln rising,
ns tho Cumberland is reported to be rising
rapidly ut Nashville. Tho decllno In the
Mississippi continues, having fallen ono Inch
at St. Louis slneo last report. The small
numbci ol arrivals nt this port yesterday
may bo accounted lor by tho blgh winds
which provalled during tho night provlous,
nearly nil boats being detained wherever
tho wind caught them.
llL'SINKjS) AND W!ATIIEtl-IlUluesS WA1
very dull during tho onilro day yesterday.
Tho day was ono ol tho most dlsagrcoablo
cxporlcneod lu this locality for a longtime.
Tho wind bluw a gale throughout tho day,
and tho sky was hidden behind black and
gloomy looking clouds. About noon snow
loll, but melted as fust as It struck tho
AIIsckllaneous-TIio Katlo 1' Kountz
started lor St. Louis at 2 o'clock yesterday
morning, but lay wind-bound In IMrd'a bend
until noar nooo, when the backed out
and took rtfugo under the Groat Kopitblle,
near tho point, whero sho will rmualn until
Iho wind lulls sufllclent for her to proceed
on hor way to St. Louis Tho Thomp
son Dean, now hard aground near Iho
mouth o the Cumberland river, Is said to
be in an excellent position to catch tho rlso
now coming out of that stream, and It is
oeuaveu ana win ue abin t
ground and coma out, .Tho Mountain
Hello remained in pott all day, waiting for
tho wind to fall before she would venturo
out Tbo Tom Japer arrived after
dark last night Justbolow Gain's hading
he encountered a huge snag which camo
up outside ol tho lower guard, and broko
away a small portion of the fotward part of
tho cabin guard, and raked oil tho noting to
midstiips. Tho damage to her is
slight nnd can soon be repaired
Tho Kuth has a big load for New Orleans.
Tho new boat City of Alton was to
lcavo St, Louis last night lor New Orleans
She will bo olliccrcd by tho sotno parties ns
ucroro sho was rebuilt The Charles
liodmiu will follow the Alton, leaving St.
Louis on Saturday next Tho Coal
Hill will be out In a few days with three
barges of ore for tbo Ohio. Sbo commenced
loading on Monday The D. T. Lane
sunk a barge containing about 1000 bushels
of coal In tho Kanawha Mr. Hook,
agent lor tho Flttsburg owners of tho canal
fleet sunk attho Newport bridge on the 23th
ult., Is at Cincinnati, and has mado arrange,
menta with parties there lor tho recovery ol
(lie coal Capt. Jaj. Atklr.sonjias Just
mado a survey ol Cant. Dartoeh's new
steamer I'oragon, from which It appears
that she is the largest stern-wheel boat over
built. According to the survey, she Is 2G0
feet in length ; 43 feet beam ; depth ot hold
Ofoet; registered capacity bid tous. Sbo
win soon be completed.
IF you want bargains go to Ilurtman's.
Latest ttjle halt il 50. Country k-lt socks
C5 cents a pair. Acomplotc suit for ij9 00.
Ai wool de'alnes 1 coots, Extra heavy
blackcts $4 GX
OEItMAN SCHOOL 11ALL.-A ball will
be given at Scbecl'shall on the 27th, (ThankB
glvini;), lor the bcnttlt of the Germm
school. A general Invitation Is extended
totJi&lricndsol tho triends of the school,
and all others who dcsl rc to attend. 1-13 tf
NOTICE On and niter Monday, Novem
ber 3, and throuch the winter, uwnrmlnnrli
"ill be spread at tho Thalia saloon, opposite
iiic uulletin omcc, at id o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of the season.
11-1 lm A. Jaecxei., l'roprlctoi.
NOTICE II:lng determined to close my
business house, I shall lrom and after this
date, B..11 for ;ash only. All persons in
dcbtPd tome are re-pcctfully icqiicstcd to
close their accounts immediately. Charles
I). Artcr Is hereby empowered to collect,
reclve, and receipt all claim i duo me.
FJIED. STITCIIEIt has purchased the
barbershop or Geo. Kelntng, "ho retires
for the beuelltof Ids health. The shop U
located on Commercial avenuo, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and its
new proprietor Is dctnimlncd to nuke it
llrst-clats In every particular. He invites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
Uoot and sho mtkei',Twcnllethstrcet, be
tween Washington avonuo and Foplar
street, Is prepared to male boots and shoes
In the latest und most lashlonable styles.
He will rraVo them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out ol the-bestand
fre bfst stock, of which be always liss a
good supply on hand from which to make
selections. All fitting of boots and shoes
made by Mr. Kblers Is done in his own shop
no foreign fitting being used by hltn.
Qltc him a call, and ho will give yon satis
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relic) lorjouug men lrom the el
feet1, ot errors nnd miusen in early life. .Man
aood restored. Impediment to marriage
removed. New method ol treatment. Now
iti'l remarkable remedies, lloou and clr
.ulars sent free, in scaled envelopes. Ad
liter; Howard As'oeiatlnn. No. 2 South
Ninth street, l'hlladelphhi, l'a. an Institu
tion having a high reputiUlon for honorable
ouilnct i.ml profi's-iouul skill. 10-20 i) A:v3nj
SPECIAL LOCAL NOT1CK .
Ga3 und Stetmfltling on short notlco
llross' Block. 0-VStf.
Go to Ilalley'e for tho Uurnelt steam
cojking vcssol. U-C-lm
Go io Ilalloy'e for good bargains in
cooking and heating stoves. 1 1-C-lm
Tub European hotel, Harry "Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tho
Fon a good squnro inonl go to Harry
Walkor'a restaurant, Commiircial avenue
between Suventh and Eighth 6trt)9t. lm
For qas nnd steam lilting go to Ken-
nie's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
ayonue, foot of Sinth street 0-10-lf
All kinds of gnma constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streots.
II alley keeps tho celebrated "Fash
ion,'1 tho "Monitor," the "Lady Gay," tho
"Alaskl," and numerous other good cook
ttoyes and all styles of boating stoves,
which ho offors low for cash.
Notice is horeby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho em
ployes of The Caiko IIcllktik, olthor
or thorasohes or for tho use of tho oClco
unluso tho snmo nro furnished on an order
(Igni'd by Mr. llurnetl or myiolf.
12-20-ly Joijn H. Oiikhlv.
By Hartmnn, lln
At m great bargain.
Call at Ilartmnn's salosroom, 101 Com
1'. Fltxgorald nt his rooms, corner
Fourteonth street nn I Commorclal Avo
nuo, offurs for sale Guinness' I'orter A-
Bass' alos and puro HentiPsiy brandy,
and the genuine Ar.gosturo bitters, all
first-class oholora cures, Try thnm
Mr. I'aco offurs his horso and buggy
for tale. Tho horso it tho llnest in tho
city, combining tbn qualities both of sad
die and liarnes, in both of which ho It
flrat-clufi. Tbo buggy it a No. 1 top
buggy, noarly new. They will be told at
h bargain, Inquire at OS Ohio lovoe.
I tako thii opportunity to Inform tho
citizens of Cairo and turrounding country,
tbat 1 win retumo my practice In tbo city
of Cairo on or about tho lit of Deconibor.
II. Josrs, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest Improvements In the lino uf bis
business. Only the best ana most com
petent wcrkmsn omployod, and all work
warranted to bo flrtlclass in overy respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth stroet. 10-7-tf
A New Kntxrhuse. Dr. 11. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks betweon Cairo
and the terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansns
& Veias railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2jo'clock, p. in., making close con
nection with tho trains ou that road.
Orders for passongort or baggago should
bo left at Flold's stable, on 10:h street.
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Uhawnectown, has located In
this city and Inlands making It his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, and refers to tbo officers of tho
First National bank of tibswncotown, to
whom ho Is well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fulr sharo of tho patronaga of
ourcltliens. OlSco 140 Commorclal are
but. 7 20-tf
Tho barber shop is on tbo corner ot
Eighth stroot and Commercial avonuo
where J..(icorgo Slieuhouso with his gen
tlemunly assistants can bu found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your fooling with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper nnd hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a Urst-claes shop, and you aro
auro cf receiving first-class treatment.
Ladles' and childron's hair cut or curlol
after tho most approved styles. B-16-tf
Tsto ilattvries of two Bollcrf, each 24
feet long, 2 Inch Drain, 2 14 Inch Flues
with Ilro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Brilchln, all Complete nnd In first-class
order'; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ol J. T. Rennie,
9-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
Cao Dr. Ilrnrj-'a World'a Tosslo astd
II Is the great bousthold rrmedy, pleasant to
'ak , ypt potsnt for the prtvsntlon and cure of
Mifasss, It la btttrr than Bitters, Cordial,
!lu -hu or Sarsaparilla. Sold by Druf ista
Ir. IlPnrj'a Root nnd Plftnt Pills.
Mild yet thorongh no nsaita orgTlpIng tn
Irtly vegetable grtat liver remedy. Trice S)
vents. Sold by Drurg-lsts.
Mrs. Whltcomb'a Nyrnp.
Hit RTtat soothing remedy. Price on'.y ts
:mts. aires rest to the mother and htaltb to
:tio child Sold by Druggist .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kcw
tngravinss, Two-bundred and sixty Pages,
lee 60 cent. Address Da. Borra' Dnrtn
hit, U North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
' 'aT jHTg Tie's '
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, over Mathuss Jt
t53"'.Vene nl First-Clam Companies
SAFFORD, MORRIS A CANDEE,
73 Ohio I.flTPC,
01TT KA1 10NAL BANK Ut'ILDlMU
The olden established Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing over
05,000,000 00 I
of tho best Insurance Capital ol the
TEUTONIA L'IFE INSURANCE
OK OUIOAQO, ILLINOIS.
CENT,L.OrICK, 172 WABtllNOTON ST.
'Prilsl fi ft rrr n f.lfsi I n etiv-a f 'Atrttanii
m v U Vt SUMM UIIH tSIQiM HUViO J
guorantooH not only l'ald-up I'olicict but
also a Value In Cash on the Non-forleltur
IOHN A. UUOK, - President
U. KNOBKLSDORF, . - Kccrotary
JOHN W. I'ltUESS,
Agent for Cairo ami vicinity,
SECTION NO. 47.
; I Association for promnttug Life Insurance
anu dick iienci ny weoKiy uuos anu muiuai
co-operation In object ot public licnotlt.
Tho Lile Insurance Policies will bo Issued
by tho Toutonla Life Iusuranco Company.
U. MEYERS, Prosldnnt.
JOHN W. PRUKS8, Aq't.
K. J, AYEHH.
AYERS & CO.,
F L O U B
GENEKAL COMMISSION MEUOHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levi, Cairo, Illb.
Kiobts Sr., ar, com. a wajil.
Parnbaker fe Son
AUK STILL BELLING 0001)3 AT
Very Low Prices
Fine blue and blttek Chinchilla
Overcoats S10 00
iiiue nuu uiacK viiiuciiiiia i ca- i
Jacket (for men) 7 i0
Til 1 1 -,,-. 1 -II- t-
Blue and black Chinchilla Pea
Jackets (for boys) 00
A No 20 Beaver Overcoat,
cassituoro lining 15 00
Several colore of Reaver stiitn.. 15 00
Good workiug Overcoat 7 00
An A No. 1 Child's Volvot Suit,
Coat, FanU and Vest 5 00
First-claja boy'e Overcoat 4 00
All Wool, winlcr, Knit Jackets. 1 25
Heavy winter UndetshArta and
Fino French Calico Shirts, with
Collar, a suro Ct; worth 83,
for 1 50
FOR 330"Y"JS !
WK CAN FUUNISII
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FROM $5 TO $25.
AFTER SELLING OVER
900 Panic Hats
Wo aro still Belling
THREE FOB $1
W nter 6Io tb
O. W. WHEELER,
VTOOD AND COAL
OFFICE ASD YARD:
Tenth 6lrert, between Washington and
A lareo sunnlv or Plttsbure and Bit
Muddy coal constantly on hand. Stove
vood sawed to order. Orders ror ceal or
wood should bo lo't at tho olhcn ou Tenth
street. Terms, cash on delivery.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer tn
Lime, Cisiknt, Plasteh, Hajq, Kto.
Su utilu i.ovcc,
zri will sell In car load lota ut manut a
turcrs' pricos. nddlng freight. 4-2- tf
J. M. I'niLLIFS,
Forwarding and Commission
prepiredlo fjr.vinl all kinds of freights
ui an poiuis.
ii in, t
B. Thlstlcwoid. P. J.Thlstowood.
TUISTLEWOOD & CO.,
IJC.f Ml A I.
Commissi ot M k h chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 73 OHIO LEVEE,
11. A. Thorns L. D. Thorns
TIIOMS & BROTHER,
Sticccsnsrs to II. M.llultn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BROKERS
AM) DRALEItfl Ul
ftlnplp nnd I'ancy tirocrrlrn,
Foreign and Domcstlo
1S1 Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO. - - ILLINOIH.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AOENTS roa FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Lovoo. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
Bueossaots to John II. I'blllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AOENTS FOR LA F LIN AND RAND
Coa. Tenth Street akd Ohio Levee
OA I HO, 7LLK.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Cor. Commercial Av. and ISth St.
A I II tt . IIiLIXOIl,
.!.(, Itap rnnstnotlr on hsnd a most ootn
plate rtock of
auoTOU AXD IBIBU WHIJIKIU
-a i ks,-
I'ort, MadorK Bhorry and Oitwba A Ino
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
N WALTERS!, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR P03T3
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
Furslsbed oo abortast notion.
Commercial avenuo, between Tenth aid
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
ii Aim a .in no it.
Keep constantly on nana
Fl.OOlU.NO AND SlDlNO, ALSO LATH. .
MILL AND YARD CORNER TIIIRTT-rOUKTl
STRKET AMI) OHIO LEVEE.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 7-30 tf
T. N. KIMBROTJGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Tesstls Street and Wsiahlaitots Avostsi