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I'HK UA1R0 DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEM HER. 20, itt'a
LOCAL WEATHEIl RKPOIIT.
OlIfltltVRIl'fs OPMCK, OAlltO, lU., 1
November 10,10:11 .ui., IbTII. J
Haromctcr, UOill) degrees.
Thermometer, 'li degrees.
Wind culm, Velocity 0 miles per
hour.
Weather cloar.
Maximum temperature lor last 21 hour",
4B degree:
Minimum temperatiiro for the Init'.!! hours,
11) degrees.
Prevailing wind for list 'Jl hours, nortli
west. Total number of miles traveled by wind
during lat; hours, 31U.
EDWIN OAKLAND,
Observer Signal .Service, U, H. A.
(OMMINMION MKIUJIIANTN.
NEW YX)uicSTOitti,
WHOLESALE AND 11KTAIL.
t.AUOUT YAKIITY STOCK IK THH CITY
GOODS HOLD VKHYOLOBB.
Vornr f HlnelAnih ulrMUad Vom
nnrolml Aieaat,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
(!. O. l'ATIKU
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GKNKRAL AGKNTS
FORWAUD1NO and OOMMIHHION
n it tt ii a i .
DEALERS IN FIOIJK;
n1 mr.- M
OHIO HIV UK l.ffl KA!(AWU
HAL! COMPA.lJXEia.
70 Ohio Lrvrb,
Uaiuo. Illinois'.
K. J. CUNDIFK,
Q UN K HA L 1' KO D UCK
AND
mrxTTscjTnv rsvrcnn a "p
No. 17 Kkjiitii St.,
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
0. I). WILLIAMSON,
iia-ii.ivu iT.p mi nr
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Denier In
BOAT STORES,
. TC Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
"Sncclal attention iMvcn to contlc-n-
nt and tilling order. ll-'i tt
INRCHAIIClT.
C. N. HUGHES,
OESKUAL
SUItANCE AUKNT
s..i tmrru
NSUKANCE!
ENrABLlMIIEU IS5N.
FOHD, MORRIS fc UANDEE,
General
SUKAJNUili AUUIYS
73 Olilo ITO-,
T VAUOKAL 1IAXK liVILDINQ
CAIRO, ILLS.
dest established Agency in southern
Illinois, representing ocr
05,000,000 00 I
bent Insurance- Capital ot tlio
States.
OV CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
T'L.OmcB, 172 WasuinqtoiiBt.
TWA, 650,000.
Gorman Life Insurance Comrjanv
tees not only Paid-up Policies but
alue in Cash on tno Non-forfeiture
A. HUOK. . President
OBELSDOHF, . . . Hocrotsry
JOHN W. I'HUESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity,
BISHARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47,
k Heller oy weoKiy uues and mutual
. I I u .1,1.... A n..tllj.
lie wsuranco roucios win no issued
eutonia Lire insurance uompany,
II. MEYERS, Trosldont.
W. PKUKHB, AO'T.
for Cairo sua Tlolnlsy
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
local imi:vmi:s,
Woathcr cold.
Huslnris dull.
Probalo court still In session,
It wiu lblantod"coM hut night.
Uol. Taylor rotiiriitfl yesterday.
Miitilclpul nir-tlrn working smoothly.
Circuit court flrit Monday In Janu
ary,
Wood and wood-pawyors aro In de
rnarid. Tlio county jail contains twenty malo
prisoners,
Astociato MnrcliiMon nm In town
yesterday- evening.
.Mr. Davis, editor of tlio '.Sun', bus
nturnod from Chicago.
A new stovo win put up in tlio county
court room rit tlio court hotito yoatorday.
Thoso nro good timoi for wood and
coal sellers', but tough on tboiu poor peo
plo who havo to buy wood and coal.
Stcainbont runners do not like tho ro
(juirumcnts o( the ordiriunco preacntod to
and adopted by tho city council at Its !at
netting.
Thora will bo & special term of tlio
Aloxandor county court held on tho l!7th
itnt. liusinesj of importaoco will bo
transacted.
Ualn or shine, hot or cold, tliero is no
"let up" to work on tho Inclined plain,
pilo driving, etc., on tho Illinois Central
premise'. Thoy aro rushing things.
Tho olllcors of tho city yesterday re
ceived dispatches regarding tho Lucas
Rend murder, and requesting them to
keep p. sharp look-outfor tbo murderer
Mtrothor.
A now brick homo is being built at the
corner of Twentieth and l'oplnr streets
Tho property ii owned by R. J. 'Wbitoj
who keepi a saloon on Ohio levcu near the
corner of Eighth street.
Atpocin'.e Juatico McCrito wnj in tho
city yesterday. IIo was olectod juitico of
the pcaco In Ilazlowood precinct at tho
lato election, nnd yesterday Hied his bond
and took tto riquircd oath of ollice.
IIaI.i.kv keeps tho coiebrutod "I'mh
ion,1' tho "Monitor," tho "Lady Gay," tbo
"Alaakl, " and numerous other good cook
stoves ; and ull r lylos of heating stove.',
which ho oilers low for cash.
.ludgo ilulkey is in Chicago attend
ing an Important luwauit in which Judge
John OIney, formerly o.' Cairo, is tho de
fendant. Tho amount of property in
volved is mid to bo between nine and ten
thouaand dollars.
Wo regrt to learn that ono of tho
lady teachers of the high ichool depart
ment has been confined to her room by
ickneas for uearly a week. I'rof. Alvord,
after nn IUiioik of acvural days, It alto
barely able to rcaumo bisdutiui u princi
pal. Smith and Mlller.tho new proprietors
of tho Commercial hotel, 'iy they are do-
termiuod to keep n quiet house, whero the
better clara of colored pcoplo can "put up'
and feel comfortable and at home, without
fear of being intruded upon by drunken
and boialcrous cbarecter.
-The last Man&c Journal' S'tys: "0.
R. Woodward, the famous iron man of
Cairo, spent last Subbatb, with hh futility
at Cpt. Cutting's, and under hh ctcort
on Monday, took klook through tho town,
visiting tho famous retorts and inspecting
our improvements."
1'. Kitzgerald nt his rooms, corner
Fourteenth stroet an 1 Commercial ave
nue, oilers for sale Guinneg' l'ortcr &
linns' ulos and puro IJennessy brandy,
and tho gonuino Asgosturo bittors, all
flrst-class cholera cures. Trv them
7-17 tf
"And still they como," U the cry wijb
ludgo Ilrois. Pauper after pauper
crowJcd in upon him yesterday, until ho
was alrnot tempted to adjourn court and
liidu himself. It is a wonder whoro all
tho pauper como from. Hut they get
here, and generally get a way ngain, no
ono knows how.
A number of gentlemen of tho city
having tho good of tho Delta City Firo
Company at hort, lmvo rnado arrange
ments with tbo stoAiuor Great Republic
for a grand ball to tako place soon on
board that boat. Tho proceeds of the ball
will bo usod in liquidating tho indebted
ness of tbo company. Lookout for cards.
-Yesterday in l'oli:o Magistral llird's
court, John "Wilson for being drunk, was
lined ono dollar and trimmings. Having
no monoy whorowith to pay tho Dno ho
was scut to tbo culabooso for thrco days.
Thomas Gibson for assaulting and strik
ing John Hunt, was chargod ten dollars
nnd tho "usual fare." Liko "Wilson bo
had not sutliciont curroncy to pay tho
charges, and was provided with eight
day's board at tho hotol do McCarthy.
"Wo want no bottor ofidonco of tho
fact that hard times nro abroad in tho
land than to hear of tho largo number of
mon who have arrived in this city within
tho past week or ton days hunting employ
ment. Compotent judgos, thoso who have
tho best opportunities for ascertaining, as
sort Hint thoro aro not loss than throo hun
dred mon now in thin city, unablo to pro-
euro employment of any kind, Somo of
thoso mon left llioir situations bocauso
their " WHgos wo cut down ;" otbora lost
their situations becnuso of dull buaincis,
a.id tho consequent suspension of work
by many largo manufacturing ostabllsh
monts. To tboio men who hold iltuations
wo would say, " stick to them, ovon If you
nro compollcd to work at groatly roduced
wages. Half a loaf is bettor than no
loaf at all,"
FOR SALE.
Two Jiattorios of two Hollers, each 24
foot long, inch Dram, 'J I t inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud vnlvos, Chimney and
Hritchin, nil complete nnd in ilrst-class
order,'; been used only throe months. For
prico, etc., inqulro of J. T, IUnnik,
fl.JS-tf, Vulcan Iron "Works
1'itoiivri: mii'iit
I'roct'OlliiK Ymlrrdny.
Probata court convened nt rilno o'clock
yesterdny morning.
County .Judgo,F. liroia.xud J.O. Lyncl
clerk, and Alex. H. I r v tit, shorlir, were
preiont.
Tho following huelnes was transacted :
PROIIATE lll'SINLSB.
Williams & Alfred vs. tbo ndminiatrn
tor of tho citato of Michael Lazre, di
censed. Debt; demand $101, Kvideneo
heard and judgmont rendered fur full of
bill, to bo of soventh daas claims.
Guardianship of minor child ot Win,
Dunn, deceased Lettnrs of guardlanihlp
ordered to laum to David Hishop. llond
$800.
Kstnto of P. M. Hundley, deceased.
Appraismentbill oxamilied, njiproved and
ordered recorded. Inventory alio, ap
proved nnd recorded. Proof of publica
tion for adjustment approved, and leavo
granted to probalo bills nt this term of
tho court. Proof being required for a
number of bills wcro presented, Friday
morning at ten o'clock, was set as tho timo
for hearing evidence.
Samu citato. It wns ordered that tho
administrator sell tbo porsonnl property
of deceased ns prayed for, either at pub
lie tale, ai taiJ administrator may doom
beat.
Kititu of Napoloon lllodgett deceased.
Administrator's roport approved and or
dered recorded.
At 'I o'clock court adjourned until 'J
a.m. to-dav.
UIVKIt XLWS.
Port I.int.
AltllIVAI.il
and departure for tho 'Jt bourn ending . it C
p. m. ht eenlnu :
Hon, Franklin Cincinnati
Dictator St. Louis
Illinois Columbus
Hollo Memphis Memphis
Raver St. Louis
Arkansas Hello Kvansvillo
Gen. Anderson Metropolis
Atlautio and barges St. Louis
City of Chester St. Louis
uni'Ar.Tii.
Illinois Columbus
Tom Jasper St. Louis
Mountain Hello Memphis
nolle Jlompbis Jouls
Rover Grand Tower
Arkansas Hellu Kvansvillo
Dictator St. Louis
Gen. Anderson St. Louis
City of Chester Memphis
The Rtvehs. The Ohio u rising at
this port tho swell since last roport bo
ing obout two inches, Tbo Cumberland
river rise amounts to far to about eight
feet, nnd will certainly tlont tho Thomp
son Dean off tho Cumberland Island,
whoro she has been hard aground for u
number of days. The Miatissippl is on a
stand at St. Louis.
IlCjl.Kis and "Weather. Hmincss is
unchanged. Yesterday was by fur the
coldct day of tbo susion. In fact tl wi
the llrst real cold dny that wo havo ex
perienced in this locality this fall. Tho
sun shown brightly nil day, but a still"
north wind premitud and tho un' warmth
whs not felt.
Miecem.axkouk Tho Atlantic canio
horo to lay up to avoid ico. Her crow re
turned to St. Louis by rail thii morning.
Tho John Kylo is reported hard
ngrouud at Grconleaf 's, eight miles above
this city. Her clerks came to tho city "by
land"' in othor words thoy walked to
town, nnd sny it it 232 miles from Cairo
to St. Louis by water, and just eight
mile by land Tho Hello Mornpbis
has 100 bslos of cotton for St. Louis,
Tho Arkansas Hollo brought -11
bbls of potatoes for reshipment south;
and li'J bbls for St. Louis Tho barges
of tho Kestono aro still aground
at Grand Chain Tho Gen. Andorson
has a bargo of lumbar, and tho Dictator
two barges of logs for St. Louif The
Tyrono has gono into tho Cairo and Nash
ville trndo again, starting on lior first trip
last night. Tho high winds of tlio past
fc days kept all down ttroam boats at
tho bank, but so far as ascertained no dam-
ago has beon dono Tho Hismarck
will loavo St. Louis for New Orleans on
Saturday. Sho will follow tho Paulino
Carroll Tho Emilio La Bargo is on
tho ways at St. Louis, under
going repair prcpatory to enter
ing tho Red rivor trado
Tho Commonwealth Is in tho hands of tho
U. S. Marshal at St. Louis, for alleged
$21,t!93 worth of ropnirs. Ilor captain sayi
ho contracted for $13,000 worth of work,
and sho was to havo boon put in gcod con
dition for that amount. Tho bout will bo
bonded out Tho Kntio Is, it seome,
making somo pretensions to ppood. On
her last trip up sho mado the run to
Nttchez. making thirteen landings, in
ninoteon hours and forty minutes, and to
Vicksburgln thirty hours, making in nil
twenty-Uvo landings. Tho Kntio doduets
from tho abovo timo flvo hours nnd six
minutes, which would leavo hor actual
running timetwonty-four hours nnd fifty
four minutes Tho City of Alton left
St. Louis nt 5 o'clock last night. Uoraco
Hixby commands, and Win. Mnsson bus
chnrgooftlio ollico. Tho Grand. Tower
also left at 5 o'clock for;Mcmphii; Lennox,
mnstor, nnd Tho?. N. "Wbito clerk.
A Nkw ENTKitfiiim:. Dr. H. F. Field
will ruu a lino of hacks between Cairo
and tho terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
& Texas railroad, mnking two trips oach
dny, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and Sjo'clock, p. m., mnking close con
nection with tbo trains on that road.
Ordors for pnssotigors or bnggago should
bo loft at Fiold's stable, on 10th stroot,
sopt'.'3 tf
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Shawnootown, has'locatod In
this city and intonds making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo wall rccom
mondod, and refers to tho oUlcors of tho
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
his profossion amonfi thorn for years. IIo
solicits n fair share of tho patronage of
ourcitlzons. Ofllcu HO Commercial avo
nue. 7 i!0-tf
Tub European hotel, Har.-y Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tlio
nisbt. 11.7-lm
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTIOK .
Oah nnd Steamlltting on nhort notico
Hroni' llloek. U-28tf.
Goto 1 ( alloy's for tho Iturnett strniu
cojklng vessel. U-C-lm
Go to Halluy'a for good bnrgnlnt In
cooking nml beating stoves. ll-O-lm
Foil ft good pquaro meal go to Harry
Walker's roitnurant, Commi-rcinl uvenno
between Seventh mid Klgbth ctrcct. lrn
Fok OAS nnd steam lilting go to Hen.
nlo's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 0-10-tf
A LI. kinds of gnmo constantly on hand
at llrry Walker's, Commercial avenuu
between Seventh nnd Eighth streets.
ll-7-lui
Notick Is haroby given that I will pay
no bills for goods lold to any of tbo em
ployee of Thk Oahio IIl'i.i.utin, oltbor
or thomsolves or for tho use of tho ofllco
unlueo tbo tamo aro furnished on an order
lignud by Mr. llurnott or myielf.
1'2-20-ly John II. Oiikiily.
FOR SALE,
lty Hurtmnn, a lino
TOP HUGGY,
At a great bargain.
Call at Hartrnan's salesroom, 103 Com
rnercial avenue.
acard1
I tuko this opportunity to Inform tbo
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practice in tbo citv
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of December.
D-SO-tf. P. L. William, Dentist.
R. JoN km, fnsbionablo boot and shoe
maker. Cork 10I01, Scotch bottom, nnd
tho latest improvements In tho lino of bis
businois. Only tho best ana most com
polont workmen employe J, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclHSs in overy respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth itreet. 10-7-tf
"Fools daro to trend wboro Anpels
bashful look." For an Illustration, feo
tho foollh presumption of somo nvuri
cioui liquor dentin in tampering with
tho lives of tho innocent by palmlng olT
n )uironom uecueiiun, cimer uy luo gal
lon or in counterfeit bottles and labels
for Dr. McCabo's genuinu Medicated
Hrnndy. U-lO.diw-'Jw.
Kino or iuk Hlood. Scafulous
Sorcp. Casef. I was for several months
unablo to walk without crutches in conse
quence of Scrofulous Sores upon my ankle.
Thoy were indolont ulcers of a very bad
character. I was recommended to try
King of tho Hlood, nnd I used several
bottles as directed. I nm now ontiroly
recovorcd from my lamoricss, although
my ankle Is badly scarred.
G. W. HOLLKNUKOOK,
Toledo, Ohio.
See advertisement in another column.
d&wlt
IiirLT.K Hlood. Tlio continued use of
saloratus, alum, ammonia and adulterated
baking powers in breed, biscuits, cakes ami
paltry nro prolific lources or caues of im
jmro bloo.l. Tho Mibitanco uaed by Dr.
Prlcti in bis Orenrn ltnkini: Powder havo
nn affinity for certain portions of tho blood
anu renders it moro adupted for transfor
mation into muscular and othor tissues,
whllo tho upo of tho other articles destroy
to n gror.t extent its condgulating jiowor,
making it thin and watory. Let I)
Price's Cream Hiking I'owdcr and Spocial
Flavorings of Nectarine, Lomon, etc., bo
used in preference to all others, for tho
ealo of puro articles should bo encouraged,
H-lO-dAw-lw
HUTCH i:im,
1'IIIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
citt kationai. iiaxk nuir.ni.so.
Ci7.::P,,cial attention paid to order ttoro
tea rnboat. nleht nr day.
IIVLAND & SAUKR,
BUTOHEBS
AND DKALMUB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th ftroct and Commercial aVcnu
noxt door to the Hyland Kaloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND DEALER l.N
FF ESH MEAT,
Uuirmi Stukt, Bktwkcn Waphinotor
Aim OOUUEBOIAL AvEMDBS,
liljntulnax Ul'.lesihouan mid Ilniiny'si
Krop the best or Uoel, Pork, Mutton Vol.
Lnib, Sausaate, eto., nd aro prfpared lo nnrre
iltimna In lha moat aoceptahln manner.
JAMES KYNASTON,
BUTOHBB
AND DEALKn IK
ALL KINDS OF l'REdil MEATS.
Vear cor. Ttrrisfletla Nlroet nnd Coin,
incrrliit Avrisur,
Huy. and slaughtcris only tho best Cattle,
ilog and Sheen, and Is prepared to till or
Jens for Frebli leats from ono to ten thou
and pound. 7-22 1 1
JOHN SMITH,
(Successor to Jamcit Kynatton,)
llUTCUKn AMD DKALXIt IN ALL KlKI OY
Fnitsn Mkath.
Cobnsr Niirrncrni and Potlar Htb.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
iluya and ulaughtors only tbo best eatllc,
bogH and aheep, ami in iropared to till any
lomaod for froHh meats from ono pound to
ten thousand pound.
F. W. STRAUTZ,
AKATOMIOAI.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. Pth St. and Coninierel.il Ave.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Hoots and Shoes made to ordcr,and in
thelateat and most fanhlnnahln ttylfl.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. 1).
BEHIIIKNOK Nn. 21 ThirUomh satreat, b.
twaeu WuhiDKton aiaoue and Walnut strtt
utnox i jo unmnitiroiai aronut, up lalt.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FOR SALE. At a bsrgnln. A beautiful
criliiitcr, walnut top, H feet loin,. Kuquiro
coiner Thlrfnclith and Walnut Mrcrt, or at
Tiik IIULI.CTIN bindery. 11-20 2v
IF you want bnrgnlnt go tu Ibirtmnn'i,
I.atcit tj lo hals t to. Country k'dt ocks
35 cents n iialr. A nmiplfltu Milt for i'J ID.
All wool de'alneH l:) ci-nt Extra heavy
blanket? I fV).
NOTICE I take thli iiulhed nf iiilotm
Ing the pJbllc thut 1 hue relumed In llm
city, nn I am now pieinrcd to lilt ontom for
pliotogrnphs nt my Gallery, corner ot
Eighth street mid Commercial. i emit1.
.1.. I. THOMAS,
"TlEliMAN SCHOOL IIAI.I..-A ball will
be given at bclirid'i hall nn the 27th, (Thauki
gllug), for the hcuitlt of tho Geitmiti
pchnol. A general .Invitation ti extended
to the filends ol the trieiidi of the ichool,
and nil other who dclro to attend. 1-1' tf
ZEPHYH3 CHEAP
at
Phillip and ltrifrs'.
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
11-20 1 in
NOTICE On and niter Monday, Su em
ber 3, and through tho winter, n warm lunch
ulll be spread at tho Thall.i nalooii, opposite
Titu HL'I.lkti.v otllcc, nt 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the delicacies of the Pcaon,
ll-i Jm A. Jakckiil, Proprletoi.
AS OYSTER il.PPER and general en
tcrtainiiient will be given on Thursday ev
ening, November 27, at tho Commercial
hotel. Every provision will bo mado for
tho pleasure and entertainment of guests.
Ticket. will bo Ipiticd In n few days.
It .S.Mir li A: MiLLEit, Proprietors.
NOTICE llalng determined to closo my
bulncs hou.-c, 1 t'hall lrom and after this
date, sjll for :a-li only. All pen-on in
debted to me nro repeetfully icqiicsted to
c!oc their iixeounts Immediately. Charles
D. Artcr Is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all elalms due me.
1). AllTl.U.
KllEl). STl'l'CllKlt ha purchased tho
barber bop of Geo. Reining, who retire
for the benelit of bla health. The fhop I
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth Mrect. and it
new proprietor i dctcimlncd tu makn it
lint-da' In every particular. IIo invite
public patronage. 10-20 1m
WANTED FIc ton ol dry corn husks
Inbalcs or rack", lormuttrcss making.deliv.
crcd at (. V Hick' laetoiy, opposite
Greenfield's ferry, on the JINslsilppi levee
5Tnuk bed lilted at tho thop. The bct
and ehcapo-t inattrrssc and pillows ever
oUerod in thW market, for sale tit . W.
WbitloekV, corner Tenth .treet and Ya-h-Ington
avenue. 11-19 1m
MR. FRED. WINTEIlllEHO has Just re
turned lrom St. Louis, where ho purchased
as line a stock of the various grade of lino
leather a was over brought to thl city, nnd
propose to work tt into boot nml shoes tor
his customers. Ho makes lino boot spe
ciality, and I; contldent of hi. ability to copa
with any boot maker in thi city In t li t - lino
ct work. He employs nono but the bent
workmen, and a n eoiicfiuenco turns out
only tlrrt class work. "While In St. l.nul he
visited utl llm principal hops und secured
paterns of ull the latest ttylvs and Improvement-,
and will give his ;ustonir.s tliu ben
elit ol them. Work dono prompt) and on
hort notice. All work warranted. 11-20 lot
HI
EHLLRS,
Hoot and shoo linker, Twentieth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boot atul shoe.
In the latest und most fashionable styles.
He will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customer, out ol the best and
frc'liest stock, of whleh ho always has
good supply on hand from whleh to make
selections. All fitting of boot nnd shoe-,
mado by Mr. I.hlers Is dono in hi own shop
no foreign fitting being u-ed by him.
Give him a call, and he will glo yen satl
faetion. VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal c.v
clu-lvely In gentlemen's clothing and gent'it
furnishing goods,nnd having on hand a largo
and well assorted stock of fall and winter dry
good, notions, etc , etc., which wedcslro to
close out entirely, wo tako thl method to
Inform the public that wo shall, niter Nov
ember IM, sell all good In our storo in tlio
dry good lino, at llrst cost. All ourgood
wcro bought at tho lowest market price, and
arc fresh and suitable for this season. Those
tvMiIng to obtain good bargain should
call ou us beforu purchasing elsewhere.
HLL'M it A.NMIM,
No. 112 Commercial avenue, between J.
Ilurgcr and Elliott .V llaythoin. ll-l-lm.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor voiint: men from tlio ef
fects ol error und abuses in early life. .Man
liuod restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Honk and clr
rulars sent free, In sealed envelope. Ad
dress, Howard As-ocialion. .No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
oiiuuctanu proicssioiiai skill, lu-2!) UArw.im
170 ISr. IIs'nryM'.World'ss Tosilo nnd
Illooil PurlUor.
It la the irrcat household remedy, pleasant to
lake, yet potent for the prevention and euro of
dlseueg. It la better than Hitters, Cordial,
tluchu or Barsapartlla. Bold by Druggists
J)r. ncnry'ii Ilsot sinsl I'lniit Pill.
Mild yet thoroagh no nausea ortrrlplng-en-
!l rely vegetable preat 1 Iver remedy, l'rlce ii
scuts. Sold by Druggists.
Sir. Wlsllrisnils'n Nrnp.
Tli rrrnt annthln r.m.ilp. lrl,-n nnV S
i..' n - 1 ' j
tents. Gives rest to the mother and health to
Uio child KOld l)jr Druggists .
Sfiirrlnsro Oiildc.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Kdltion, Kerr
Zngrarings, Two-hundred and sixty Paces,
?i Ico K) cents. Address Dn. Butts' Diarrte
liBi, 12 North eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
AdvcrUiemeiot.
UOAT N'l'OIIKN.
BAM WILSON,
oaiiaa t
j BOAT STOX-2UJa
O HO O H1HM H
I'UOVIBIONt) KTII,
No, a bo
Onw IsHVBia nin 1 1 1
O. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
iKHIDKNOJK-oornc-rNlntti and Walnut xu,
i nm. ui.il i 1 in. a
Parakkep ft Son
AUK STII.I. Sni.t.lNO HOODS AT
Very Iaotv Prices
Hue blue nnd black Chinchilla
Overcoats S10 00
nine ami black Chinchilla l'ea-
Jacket (for men) 7 f)0
IJluoaml black Chinchilla I'ca-
Jackets (for Iovm) 00
A No 20 Heaver Overcoat,
casiincrc lining ). 00
Several eolor.s of Reaver suit!1., lfi 00
Good working Overcoat V 00
An A No. 1 Child's Velvet Suit,
Coat, 1'anU and Vest 5 (10
Kirat -class boy's Overcoat -I 00
All Wool, winter, Knit Jackets. 1 25
Heavy winter Undershirts and
Drawers f0
Country-knit Socks -10
Fine French Calico Shirts, with
Collar, a sure fit, worth SI!,
for 1 50
FOn BOYS !
WE CAN ITllNISII
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FOR G4.
"C3T X "X S
FROM $5 TO 825.
AFTI-:il S 10 L LING OVKlt
900 Panic Hats
Wo aro still telling
THREE FOR $1
BUY YOUR
ffntepfllothes
AT
FARN3AKERS
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
' LCw. Willi KIiKU,
Dealer In
WOOD AND COAL
ori'ICi: AS l) i'AIlD:
Tenth Street, between Wellington and
Commercial avenues'.
A lirgo Mipply of Pittsburg and Hlg
Muddy coil coiiMntilly tin hand, Stou
,vood sawed lo order. Order Tor coal or
wood should bo left at the nine on Tenth
street. Terms, cah nn delivery.
0. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And doalor In
LntK, Cement, Planter, lUm, Etc.
,Vii Olslo l,'Vc
rTTl wilt iell in ear load lot at manut n
turers' prices, adding freight. 4-2- tl
J. M. FHILLIl'S,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT,
Air I,
WHARF-UOAT PROPRIETOR.
prepwed to forwird all kinds of freights
to an poim.
i.i..
N. II. Thlstlewood. P. J. ThUteWOod.
THISTLE WOOD & CO.,
4l-.MV.ll A 1.
Commissi on M e r cu ANTa
l)EAI,KIU i.l
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
Caiuo, Illinois.
n-2 tf
II. A. Thorns L. O. Thorns
' THOMS & lMOTHEK,
Succesosr to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANIS.UROKERS
AM) MCALJUtS l.N
Mri,l, unil I'liiic IJrooerlrr.,
I'orclgu and Domestic
ITKTJ-ITS VaSTJD 2STTJ"1'S
134 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO. - - ILLINOIS.
JOHN li. PHLIilS & SON,
.Hucos.anrs to John 11. l'hlllli.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
4K1
FUliWAHUlNO MKHUUANTtl
AIi
DHALKHS IN HAY, COUN, OATH,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
AGENTS FOR LA KLIN AND RAND
POWDER COMPANY.
Com. Tk.vth Sthkkt ami Ohio Lkvec
IIAIHO. JLt-M
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18th St.
UAIIIO. UblSOIH,
Alio, keep constantly nn hind a moat oom
plote ftook ot
XjiGfcroiaa-
MlOTOll AWl) misii WniBKIM
-n 1 n h,
Port, Madrf, Shnrrvand flntiwlia AVin j
1). A YKKrt. K. .1. AYEKS.
AVKKS A- CO..
F L O U H
ANU
GENERAL COMMISSION MKHOHANTS
No. "8 Ohio Lkvhk, Oaiho, Iliji.
i-7.tr
Cairo 13ox and JJaskut Co.
Dealer In
LUM1JE1. OP ALL KINDS
IIAKIS AMI HOW.
ICecp constantly on hanu
Kf.00RI.Nn AND SiDINO, ALSO IsATII.
Orilors Mollcllcd.
MILL AM YAUD CORKKIl TIIIUTY-KOUKTII
fcTKKKT AND OHIO I.KVKK.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 7-30 tf
T. N. KlMimOUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
CUHNKK OK
Tcisllt Mrtiisst Wnslslssltiu Asriiun
i
rrrAll kind of lobblmrrwork done on
short notice, and In good style, Leavo or
itur at the sliop.
LOUIS 11. Ml' BUS,
AUCTIONEEn,
Forwarding and Commission
And Dealer In
u.vy'o.vts, conx, 1'i.oun
AND COUNTRY PH0DUCK
More Room In Dr. Wnrdner'n new lii-lrl:
bulling,
111 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, ILLS.
E3T Liberal advances mado on consign
ments. Reference: City National Hank. 1L2 tf
DANIEL LAMFKKT,
FASHIONABLE BAEBER

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