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LOCAL WEATHKIt REPORT.
OKflHUVKll'fl OfFICK. Caiuo, IIW-i I
November 0, 10:11 t.m., JeJU. )
tUrometor, 30:') J degrees,"
Tbeimomotcr, 43 degrees:.
Wind calm Velocity 11! miles jut
Weather cloudy '"
Maximum tcmicr.ittiro lor bit 'J I hour,
Minimum temperature, lor tbclat2l hour,
Prevailing wind for last 24 hours, south
Total number of tulle traveled by wind
during last 21 hour, 221.
Observer fllgnal Service, U.S. A
NHW YOltK SWAti,
WUOLK8ALK AND UKTAIL.
labomt VAaiirr stock im tiik city
0001)8 HOLD VKRYCLObK.
IWtrMur of KliiMtill n trout mid tkmi
0. O. I'ATIKIt
II S II II II S Tft.
DKALKKH IN PI -OUR;
A..I AaM 01
(J II I II UIVKH AND KAN A Wit A
fc A. 1-1 OC3 NT TPjlrTX MEi.
70 Ohio Lhvkii,
It. J. CUN'DIFF,
Mo. IT KiuiiTii Sr.,
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
f u. i). iiiijiAiuau..
And Dealer In
(7C Ohio Levee, . CAIRO, ILLS.
rsprel.il attention given to consign-
A ui..l llllln.r r.r,l..r. II. ' II
. N. HUGHES,
a ex i: rat,
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, ir'ene bui Urtt-Clau Cotitjmnio
"11D. MOlUtia & OANDEE,
1 14 Ufiicmt
' fOfj 1TMWAI. 11 AMt HUII.TlIVn
lt CAIRO, ILLS,
,i,iestabllsbed Agency In Southern
-jiuoia, representing over
ans nnn nnn nn i
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" I ittiiirin..fn.iAaM
j !riIUH H IT ADlllilUlUAUli
V Ai liiOOUiUvJU.
ian Life Insurance Company
,-riOt only Paid-up Policies but
AU,a Cash on tho Non-forleltUM
. iuua. ... rroiiaoni
! bDOKK, - . . Herniary
A KCTION NO. 47.
Kurt""" promoting Life Insurance
by weekly dues and mutual
cms oDjocia oi putmo nenellt.
uranco rotioios will lie issued
a Line insurance company.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Jacoii 0. IjVncii .yestordiiy lllhl hli
ofllclal bond and took tho rcrjulro l outh to
lorvu tho pcoplo of Alotamlor cornty In
tho capacity of county clerk for tho nozt
llALl.KV kocpa tlio colobrnted "i-'iifli-lon,'
tho "Monitor," tho "Lady Oay," the
"Alaikl," nnd nuinorous other good conk
toves; And atl styloi of hoallng stover,
which ho otrors low for rnsh.
Tub blgK'.-it Huctlon of "tho scmoii"
will Inko placo lit L. II. Moyom' taUt
room, 111 Commercial nveniio, to-morrow,
Saturday, t 10 o'clock u.in. ami 7
o'cloilc p.m. Soo card titular head of
Ok all tho otlljurs ulucttxl ut tho Into
oloctioti, so fur only two havo received
thulr commiiiiont, and thuto wuro A.
Commln8, juitlcn of tho peace fur South
Cairo, and Oeo. W. Siumorii, juilico of
tho pnaco for Thobci,
Tub "Nkw SI aoiiilkn." Tho llox
sheet for tho salu of mats fur Funny 1).
l'rlco-s " Now Magdalen," will open this
morning Ht 10 o'clock at Dun Jlartman's
storu. Seiuro your teats in llmu to avoid
tho ruth. tr
Tnc alarm of (Iru yo.tordity Just after
dinner was occofklonud by tho burning of
a bucliotof pitch on tho roof of tbo ale
vstor, wlicli is rtcelvinc a now coat of
pitch and gravol. No dnmno whs done,
tho lUmi-f being cxtingulibod boforo
commuukating to tbo roof,
A i.ahok numbcrof tuipiclous looking
characters aro dally to bo seen prowling
about Ilia streets of tho city. Jlu'. to fnr
no robberies of any conccquenco havo been
perpotratud. Tho police aro on tho alert
and our city u as wall guarded as tho
small number of pollcomon can guard it.
I'll 1 1. Lis has turned (tu ho lays) bis
commlttion houio into a recruiting olllco
and propoiea raiting a regiment for tbo
Spanish war. ills cnthusianm it wonder
ful and catching. Ho says bo hat nl
ruady enrolled "fjulto u number of
Qra-eatlug sons of fruodum " Cuba is
just as good at ours.
II. Jo.NkiH, faiblonablo boot and thoo
rnakur. Cork tolusScotch bottom, and
tbo latest Improvements In tbo lino uf hit
builneti. Only tbo best ana mott com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo firslclatt in every retpoct.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
Justices or tub ikacr elcrit, A. C.
Hodges of Unity; Samuel Ilrilcy of Ha
r.lowouJ, and John II. ilobinson of North
Cairo precinct, Qled their bonds and took
tho required oath of oCIco yesterday.
Win, Harry, county constable lor Dog
Tooth ptnclnct, alto Mod bis bond and took
the usual oath.
William CoNKKiwand Micbnol llrady,
ttilovcs, wcru arrcrtixl night bufuro lutt for
stealing a twonty-Uro dollar overcoat,
from tho clothing bouto of Mr. John An
trim, II vo pairs of pants from '.I. l'urn
bakor and Son. Thy aru now in thu
county jail awaiting tbo uctiori of tho
Dikd On Thursday, Novembor :t,
1873, Mary Agnoi, daughlor of Hosoy
and Howard Mc.Mannus, agod flvoyourc,
saven months, ono week and four days-
Tho corpso. will bo taken to tho .Catholic
church ut half-past ono o'clock this (Fri
day) alternoon, and Irom tlioncu to Kour
t'jtilith street and Lovoe, wboro a spocial
train will start for Villa Kidgo at flftuon
minutes before tbroo o'clock. The frioudt
of iio f.mlly ar rojpectfully invited to
O.v Wodnetday afternoon two inou
named respectively Losttr K. Halo and
John Drill. oil, camo to Cairo nnd sold
to ono of our butchers n largo tccr,
which they claimed to be thoir property.
Shortlv afterwards John "Watson, a col
ored man living noar Mound City, put in
an nppoaranco, and laid claim to tho tteer
at his property. Halo nnd Hrlibois wore
arrostcd, and in dafnult of f 500 ball onch,
wore turned over to Dick Fitzgerald for
i a Co keoping uutil tho next term of tbo
Tiik following woro tho arrivals at tho
Planters Ilouso yostorday : II C Johnson
and Son, J McMooro,U W Moore, Hland-
villoj Kick Hunsakor, Dog Tooth Hondj
Ooorgo Gray, Contralla; Charllo Lancas
ter, Cuba; Olias. Kylo, Key Woat; W J
Gunloy, Tliobea j 0 W Hooman, Norfolk;
David Kico, Gooso Island ; Goo. U Dixon,
Evnnsvillo; Chss. Lockhart, La Croto;
0 G Kommoko, Sokston; J Dampsta and
wlfo, Gooso Island ; I 11 Ogdon Faducah ;
T J Anglin, Gooso Island ; Nat li Coirax,
St. Louis; A G liichardson, Hamilton,
Canada; A Hall, 11 L "Wilbur, Torrol'a
Landing; M Gratzar,J Grutzor, Chicago;
J Harbor, J Uortor, St. Louis ; K D
Koaky, Michigan ; T W Gorman, Mem
phis ; A Lindurman, Hlundvillo.
Tub talontod tragic artisto. Miss- Pan-
nio li, l'rice, supportod by ono of tho host
troupos that over visited Cairo, will com
monco it short ongngoment on noxt Mon
day night at tho Anthonom. Hor en
gagement will open with tho groat sensa
tional drum ii, dramatized oxprostly for
Miss l'rlco, from Wlllkio Collin's novol
entitled 11 Tho Now Magdalen," Miss
rrico appoaring as Moroy Morrlck. Sho is
woll romombored nnd was always a groat
favorlto with our pooplo who will bo glad
to wolcomober back aftor hor long absence
and groot hor with a full house. An op
portunity will bo givon thorn to boo Jdo
Kyro nnd East Lynn during tbo stay of
troup. These aro numbored among Miss
Prices' best pieces.
Nianr boforo last, between six and sovon
o'olouk, while Mr. Harney MoMannus.'and
his wifo nnd tho sorvlng girl woro absent
for few minutoH from tho fitting room at
tho family rosidonco, thoy woro alarmed
by the screams of thoir little girl, Mary
Agnes, agod botwoon flvo and six yours,
who was left in tbo room. On nulling to
IHKCA1KODA1JLY UULiLiETlN, FRIDAY,'
hor, tlmy found her enveloped In llamo?,
nnd as soon an potelblo, tlii flro
was xtlngulshed ; bui all its outer cloth
Ing being of cotton goodf, wore tiurn'al,
whllo tho woolen undor clothe wnro
Imroly slngod. Dr. Dunning was called
with all posillilu basto, and found that
though tho burns im tho limbs and fnco
rxnd neck, woro sovere, thoy woro not nec
essarily latal, but a furthor examination
established tho fact that tbo child bud in
lialod tbo tlatnn, and of course death was
Inevitable, which occurred about ono
o'clock. Tho llltlo thing born Its suffer
ings with groat patience, and about two
hours beforo sho died told bur mother to
wath hor and curl bur Imlr, for "sho was
going to liorvon to bo an aiigol,1' Tho
child;! said to havo boon a most beautiful
and intolligunt one, and doubtloi's realized
in anticipation. All our pooplo sympa
thize with tho nflllcted family. Notico of
tho tl mo and placo of tbo funural will bo
fnuudln anolhor placo.
I'lllCI rillKt! I'lltlCIIl I.OOKItliTI
Hy rvqurst uf tho following named
Citizens, Capt. W. II. Thorwogan, i.f tho
steamer Great Jtepublic, has kindly con
sont'id to glvo us tho uio of his mammoth
steamer for a grand ball, on Wednesday
ovenlng, Novembor 25, for tho benefit of
tbo Delta City Flro company. Wo hopo
our citizons will look to their interest and
do all they can to hhIh this company,
which is hoavily In debt and requires at
tistanco to help them out of their present
Jat Johnson, Capt W 1 Halllday, 1" O
Schuh, M S Cox, II A Hannon, Hob-
oris, Sim Tnbor, 0 IUnny, L D Thomi,
Goldstlno, J Hurger, H V Parker, I!
V Hlako, 0 W Hondorson, V Hross, II II
Henry, Jr, F M Ward, C O Fuller, W "W
Thornton S S Taylor, S M Orr, A Starr.
W W Thornton, Jno Llmbort, S S Wal
lers, P Powort, D Artur, L II Moyer,
11 Wardnor, Dan Hartman, H F Hurn
sidp, Jloj John Loo, Col Chat () "Wood,
H II Cunningham, 0 Tbrupp, Mllos Par
ker. II V Wdbb, O Fouobtur, II M Hulen.
Geo Fisher, K Munn, I! Shannety, CIirs
Gallgher, W II Morris, T W Hallldayi
John Hobinton, L Jorgontvn, J II Met-
calf, J Martin, J O Lynch, A H Irvln, H
S Yocum, P. Fitzgerald, Jno Kouno Win
Kklors, V II Pope, Jai Oath,
W J Allen, IV II Groen,
.1 W McKinr.v, V Korsmpyer, G 0
Purker, M F Gilbert, A A Sloo, AV W
AVallaco, II E Spaulding, II II Greoloy,
W U Schutor, J M Hogan, W L Hamilton,
W K Smith, J 11 Oberly, W li Gilbert'
J il Harmon, S P "Whooler, J C Sullivan,
A Mickio, J Ssbleingr, W Hudor,
C H Eames, II Gurould, Wm Raines, O
Farsoni, John Haully, H II Candee, Jno
M Linidon, D .1 li.ikjr, J 0 Humphrey,
J S Swayno, II S itexford, J y PhlUU ,
E C Pace, E C Uhl, lko Walker. W
Greer, ' II Thomas, James Mullory,
Jno Antrim, P W Hurclay, 0 "Winston,
Jamoj Hurclay, P Nell', P Cubl, George
Yocum, John II I'liiUli, .1 11 ltuud, Horn
Wilton, Irwin Dugan, S S Foster, C H
Woodward, '. Mathuii", F M Stockflolb,
Capt 11 Dugan, Col 1 H Hudaon, Capt
It O IVolrlck, 1' li KoxforJ, (Jhctler
Hradley, Maj E W Hallidny, Capt J M
Phillips, Mayor Wood, G D Williamson,
A H Sallord, II L Halllday, Chaa Pink,
Sr , Phil Howard, Henry Wintor, Chas
Cunningham, John T Honnic, 1'obert
Miller, ,"Wm Stratton, II JMeyeri, D L
Xoteiiilicr Term lVurth Day.
William Crittenden, Urcony of mor
chandlso from tbo Now York store, was
brought into court, and a plea of not
guilty entered. Trial by tho court ; evi
dence hoard, defendant adjudged guilty,
and sentenced to pay i'"" of $"o, and bo
imprltoucd thirty days in tbo county jail,
Ellon JlcCarthy vs. ottati of Thos. L.
Morgan, docoaied, Patrick Morgan, ad
ministrator. Dobt, dumand 'J0. Evi
denco heard and judgment rendered ; to
be of first class claim.
Ouard'anihlp of Sumlma Itcmmlck, N'
Hunsack, guardian, lioport oxamlued,
approved and ordored rocorded.
E.tato of Donald II. Phillips; John II.
Phillips, administrator, lloud approved
and ordored that letters Issue,
Estato of Hobt. Hribnck, doceasod ;
Catharlno Hriback, administratrix. Ho
port oxaminod, approved, and ordorod uf
record. Thoro bolng no guardian for the
minor children of tho said deceased, it
was ordorod that whonovor said adminis
tratrix shall illo tho recoipt of tho guard
ian (horoafior to bo appointod) for tho
nmount duo thorn, thon said
administratrix shall bo ditcl.argod
Guardianship of Micbaol SUploton,
minor child cf Potor Stupleton, decoased ;
C. "Winston guurdmn. Koport npprovod
and ordorod of record ; and furtbor or
dorod that said guardian bo permittod to
withdraw insurance policy and tax ro
colpts from file..
J. W. AVaite, vs. Patrick Morgan, ad
mlnistrator of tho ostato of Thos, L. Mor
gan, docoased. Action of dobt, demand
$10; judgmont for amount, to bo on fifth
At -1 o'clock p.m. court adjouruod until
0 o'clock this morning.
A CAHD. '
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizons of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rosumo my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of Docomber.
O-lio-tf. P. L. Williams, Dontist.
Two Uattorlos of two Jloilors, each 24
foot long, -12 Inch Diam, Si 14 Inch Flues
with Ore fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valvos, Chlmnoy and
Hritchln, nil complete nnd in flrst-clais
order,'; been used only throe months. For
price, otc, Inquire ol J. T, Hknnik,
O-23-tf. Vulcan Iron "Works
Notiok is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the om
ployon of Tiik Caiuo Hullktin, ulthor
or thomsolvos or for tho use of tho office
unloao tho earao aro furnlshod on an ordor
(ignod by Mr. Uurnott or myself.
l'J-20-ly John U. Oubhlt,
PntCK CumiKNT Ofvidb,
Thursday Evo , Nov. 20, 18711.
) KNr.lt A!. UEVIARKS.
Tho fueling In oats and corn continues
drill ni.d tincliangnd, ami Hour is looking
morn lioperul, although wo havo no
cliangu to notu. Whlln corn U quiet, tho
domnrnl luting small. All mixed corn
oll'orcd finds ready nalo at figures quoted
In our report of transactions. Tho mar
kot win bare of oats to-day; roports hav
ing been Ir.tufllcletit to meet tbo wants of
Huttor U dull nnd plenty. S!5c is tho
ruling flgurei for choice, An occasional
packago of fancy it sold at 2830c, nnl
common at 15-0o.
Eggs aro very icarco and wanted at
Chickens aro nearly or qullo unsaleable.
A fow dozon cholco dressed hens would
Und n market ut $3 per dozen, but tho
demand h very rmrtlt. Live rango 1 CO
Applot aro in demand; uhoico i t; ordi
nal y 2 60(3.
Tho weather Is intensoly cold fur this
climato and scaaori this week, 'Heavy ico
frozu latt night over tbo small ponds mudo
by tho recent mini.
teyCorrosiKindonts should bear in mind
that these quotations aro for roun.l lots
from first hands. For broken ana biuhi.
lots, and in filling orders, an advance
It chargixl ovnr tboio priot. jpj
FLOLIH Quiet and unchanged, but
the outlook it a littlo moro oncouraging,
and dealers aro looking forward bopo
fully. Tbo range in pricet on round lots
aro $1 60(2)9 75 for supers to cholco fam
ily, in small lots In jobbing. Retail way
prices rango as high as fS COQi'J. Trans
actions havo been very light, amounting
to only about 800 bbls at lollowt: 100
bbls various grades, supor to cholco fam
ily, 51 -J07 75, 180 bbls do 50(3,8 75
i!0U bbls good XXX $0 40G 5C; 100 bbls
cholco XXX dol $7 75; 300 bbls XXX
sold on prlvato terms.
HAY Unchanged. Demand vory
light. Nothing but strictly choice wanted,
and $17 is tho outsido figure. Sales cm-
braco 0 car choice dol, 3at $1C nnd 3 ut
517 per ton.
CORN Tliera Is n stoady demand for
mixed nt G2o In hoavy racks, und
23c In bulk. "Whilo is quoted
dull lltS'lOc; bulk 5ii05c in heavy sucks.
Receipts of all kinds hiotmall. Sulof, 10
cars bulk mixed to arrive, 53c; d cars mix
ed in bulk on truck 12013c and 3 cars
mixed sacked and del S'.'c.
OATS-Tho domand Is largely In ex
cess of-tho supply nnd prices nro firm
Hocoipts aro all taken on arrival at quota
tion!. Sales, 1 car mixed In sacks dol -13c;
1 car do do inferior 42c; 3 cars mixed in
bulk on track, 37g38c.
CORN MEAL Scarce, Arm nnd inct
ivo and none In market to-day. Trans
actions woro UmUod by luck of supplies.
"Wo note inlus of '200 bbls steam dried del
at 52 CO.
IIRAN 00 sacks sold at $15 00.
JIUTTKlt Dull nnd Inactlvo. He
coipts aro liberal and stocks uro accumu
lating. 25c continues to bo tho ruling
figure. A fow packages of fancy sold at
higher figures, but moro sold lowor. Sales
20 pkgs roll cholco 'J5o; 10 pkgs do 22c.
5 tubs solid picked 24(ii),J7c; 1000 lbs
choico roll 25'JSc, and 600 lbs in firkins
sold at 25c.
EGGS Aro in active demand with no
roceips. Receipts would find ready salo
at i!5c. (J pkgs and 600 doz.)d sold at
CHICKENS Live chioUons nro not
wanted. '1 ho market is full und no tale.
A few dozen choico hens, drossed, would
find salo at about 53. Savon dozon dressed
cblckonr, average qunl!ty,iold at $2 S!6; 14
dozen choice, livo, old hons sold nt 52 75
and Si coops mixed sold at $1 60.
ORANGES Quiut. "Wo note sales of
10 bbls at 510U.
APPLES Tho domand for cholco Is
active at $4. Vory low como to murkrt,
common is moro plenty and sells at 52 50
3 60. Sales wooo 160 bbls at 5301.
CHEESE 60 cream cheoso sold at Mc
LARD 3 half bbl kegs country sold at
8c and 10 small kogs rellnod sold at 04((i
TALLOW 100 pounds sold ut Cc.
HAMS Wo nolo sulos of 3 tierces su
gar cured at 12c.
CHEKSE Now York factory t lb,
SYRUPS Thu domund is fair fnr
cholco at 00c f 1 gal, and Now Orleani
a i ioboc.
PLASTERING HAIR 35c porbushel.
LIME In lots $1 15 to $1 25 'Mblil
CEMENT. At wholosala $2 5002 "6
COAL OIL 22c
HUKLAPS-2J bushels corn, 0$ oz
151c: do!3ozlUo: i buttiuls oats 20c
5 bushels 21c.
SOAP Shaoflor's Gorman mottled 7Jc
Champaign soup, 7)o,
TALLOW 1 lb In.
COFFEE Scurco und firm, Java soil
ing nt 35030c; Lugunyru nemo; Rlc
SUGAR Coll'eo A, 12J013c.
H EES WAX 28c por lb
FEATHERS S. O. por lb 05c.
TEAS Imperial, 76cn 25; Gun
powder, 75c0Sl 25; Oolong black, 75ea
I; Young llyeon, 11 40.
UKOOMS. Dull; common houso soli
at 1 1 CO to 2 60; choico and oxtru chnlei
33 76; stoamboat $4 605 Ou.
FREIGHT Cotton, comnrossod u
Now Y'ork, 85c; to Hoiton $1. Un
comprosaod, to Now Yorkjl 14; to Un
RATES To Now Orleans and Vicks
burg: Potatoes, apples, otc, d0
pound frolghts 20c uwtj hay $7 por
ton; whiskey $1 40 por bbl.
TO MEMPIIIH-Flour.oto.SOapor bbl
pound freights 15o owt; hay $5 pur ton
vhleky 80o por bbl.
Im'UliE Hlood. The continued use of
salaratus, alum, aminonia and adulterated
baking powors in broad, biscuits, cukes and
paUry uro prolific sources or causes of Im
imro blood. Tbo substanco usod by Dr.
Price in hi Cream Raking Powder huvo
an affinity for certain portions of tho blood
and renders It moro adapted for transfor
mation Into muiciilnr and other tltsues,
whilo the uso of tho otlior articles destroy
to a gror.t oxtont its condgulating powor,
making it thin and watery. Let Dr.
Price's Cream llakini; Powder and Spocial
Fluvorlngs of Nectarine, Lomon, oto., bo
used In preference to all others, for tho
sale ofpuro artloles should be oncouraced.
NOVEMBER. 21, ida
and departures for tbo 21 hours ending at 0
p. in. i.iki ctenuig :
I'.mmn U hllott Mompbls
John Kylo Hi. I.uult
Hon Accord Molrnpoli
11 B Tumor New Orleans
Julia St. LouU
Emma C Elliott St. Louis
lien Franklin Memphis
John Kvlo Now Orleans
Hon Accord.. St. Louis
11 S Turner Cincinnati
Alaska. New Orleans
Tin: Rivkhs. 'I ho tUv in tho Ohio
will not nmount tn much, and, If not al
ready, will within tm next few hours bo
fulling again. Tho Mltsttslppl nt Si
LouU declined ono inch In 21 hours end
ing at G p m. lnul night. Tho riso in tho
Cumberland rivor hnt about spent Its
force, nnd tho probability now is that tho
Thompiuii Doan, will not, nt was supposed
sho would, bo nblo to got oil' tho Camber
Humnkss and Wlwtheii. Thoro was
if anything, u slight Increnso In business,
r.nd severnl bunts nddod considerable
frolght nt this port. Tho weathor
was not o cold us thu dsy provious, but
it was cold enough to compel tliiuo doing
out door work to wear overcoats. To
wards evening tho ninth wind, which pre
vailed thu greater portion of tho day,
uhcorcd nround to tho south and heenmo
qulto warm. At llro closo of our report,
10 p.ui.,lhoro win every Indication of rain.
Mik.'k.li.anisouh. Thn Ilenj. Franklin
udded nbout ono hundred tons here, nnd
lt for Memphis wilh n good trip
Tho Emma C. Elliott has 280 bulcn of
cotton, nnd 100 packages of sundries for
St. LouU. Sho added 21 tons pig iron at
this placo Tho John Kylo got out
at about ton o'clock yesterday, with a very
good trip Tho crow of tho T, V.
Eckert nro busily ongagod putting up new
britching in front of her furnaces, to
pairing her chimneys, otc. Her
cabin has boon pnrllonod off
Into small npartmonti, and she
has been otborwito changed. I-'ho has
also received n fresh coat of paint. Tho
object of tbo changes mado In the
cabin is to obtain warmth during cold
weuther. Tho partitions will probably
ba removed when tho wnrm wouhor
comes Thu hull of a now tug, built
at Mound City for Omuhn parties, was
brought horo yesterday by tho tug Cncho.
It will bo taken to St. Louis, wheru the
machinery will bo put in Tbo Aluska
mado toiiio additions of freight Tho
Quickstep was delayed by thu high winds
und was twulvo or tllluen hours buhl ml
time. Sho hud n fair trip.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Ga.h nnd Stoamlltting on nhort notico
UrW Illnck. !)-28tf,
Go to llalley's
for tho llurnctt steam
Go to Hallny's fur good bargains in
cooking nnd heating stoves. ll-G-lm
Tiik European hotel, Hary Walker
proprietor, is 0,1011 ut nil hours of thn
Foil n good fquuru meal go to Harry
Wnlkur'd rustaurnnt, Commnrcial uveuuo
between Seventh nud Eighth street. Im
Fun gas and stoam lilting go to Ron
nlo's Vulcan iron works. Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth .weal ti-lO-tf
All kinds of gaino constantly on hnnd
nt Hurry Wulkor's, Commorclal uvonuo
between Seventh und Eighth streets.
Hy Hartman, 11 lino
At u great bargain.
Call ut Hartm-.u' Pnlusroom, 105 Com
P. Fitzgerald ut hi rooms, corner
Fourteenth street nn 1 Commercial nvo
nuo, olTers for enlo Guinness' Porter it
Hass' ales and pure Huniiessy brundy,
und tho genuine Angostura bittern, nil
Urtt-clasB cholera cures. Try thorn
A New Entkui-iiibk. Dr. H. F. Field
will run 11 lino of hncks botwoon Cairo
und tho terminus of thu Cairo, ArknnsnB
& Texas railroad, making two trips ouch
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. 111,, and
and 2Jo'clock, p. tn., making closo con
noction with tho trains 011 that road.
Orders for passongors Or baggago should
bo left at Field's etublo, on 10th street.
Dr. Lavnrty, homoooputhUt physi
cian, lato of Sbawuootown, has locatod in
this city nud Intonds making It hU homo
Tho doctor como to Cuiro woll recom
mended, una rufors to thu officers of tho
First National hank of Shnwnootown, to
whom ho is woll known, luiving prnctlcod
his profession nmong thum for yearn. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of thu patronngo of
our citizons. Olllco 110 Commercial ave
nuo. 7 20-tf
A clergyman, whilo residing in South
America as n missionary, dlscovoroi n
info nnd slmplo romcdy for tho euro of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseases of
tho urinary and seminal organs, nnd tho
whole train of disorder brought on by
baneful und vicious habits. Great num
ber havo boon cured by this noble romcdy.
Prompted by a desiro to benefit tho til
lllctod nnd unfortunate, I will torn! thu
roccirt lor preparing and usii.g thi mod
Iclno in u soaled envulopo to anyone who
needs it,rf of charge. Address
Junicni T. Inman,
Station I), Iliolo Houso, Now York.
August 20, 1 yr
"Foolb daro to troad whoro Aneols
bashful look." For tin Illustration, seo
the foolish pruiiimpiiun of some avari
cious liquor dealers In tampering with
tho livos of the innocont by palming! off
11 poisonous decoction, cither by tho gul
Ion or In counterfeit bottlo nnd labels
for Dr. McCabo'n gonuliio Mcdlcuted
JUST received and for sale, 2C boxci ol
tery cream vhecc nt II cent! per pound
wholi mIc, by (I. M. At im:n Co.
FOR SA I.E. At ii liirgaln. A beautiful
counter, walnut, top, H feet lung. Enqiilro
corner Thirteenth nud I'lmit Micol, ornt
Tin: itut.i.Kti.v blnileiy. ll-202w
lFjniiwnnt bargains go in llartmaiiV,
Latest stjlo hals C-l W. Country k-dt focks
85 cents a pilr. A eoiiip!o' mlt for ?'J 00.
Atl wool ilc'nlnet I ;j cenli, Exlni heavy
blar.keli jl 6).
M1T10K.-I tikethNincthedor InloniK
Ing tho public that I have returned In the
elly, an I am now prepared tn fill orders for
photographi at my Gallery, corner ol
Eighth Mtccl mid CiitiimerclalnM'iiile.
J. .1. THOMAS,
GERMAN SCHOOL HALL A ball will
be given at Selircl'shull on the 27th, (Thanks
git lug), lor tho benefit of the German
eiinul. A general Itn lt.it loll In extended
In tho IrleinU ol I'd Irlcnds of thn n hool,
and all other r ho !(Mic tu attend, 1-15 tf
Phillips and Ilriggn',
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
11-20 J lit
NOTICE On and alter .Monday, -Vol em
ber 3. nud through tho winter, warm lunch
will bo spread nt tho Thalin Kiloflli, oppoillc
Tin: liui.t.nri.N olllco, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
uwryday. All tho dellcaclei of the season.
ll-i Im A. Jakckkl, Pioprlctoi.
NOTICE ltjlng determined to cloo my
lm-lnet Iioikc, I idiall from and after this
date, M'll for :a?li only. All perrons In
debted lo me nro respectfully tcqiic-iteil to
elo.e their nccouut Immediately. Charles
1). Artor I hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all claim duo me.
1. .Mi l l.K.
FltlSl). STITCHEII tint purcliai-eil thu
liarber hhop of Gen. lle.lnlug, who retire
for tho licnctltof hU health. Tho Miop U
located on Cnmmorclal nveunc, between
Sovcntccnthaiid Eighteenth street, and its
new proprietor Is deteimlned to makn It
llrct-clas In every particular, lie unites
publlu patronuge. 10-20 lni
WANTED I'iio tons nf dry corn Iiul;
lubalcs or ricks, foriinttrcss making, ileliv-
crcd at O. W. lllck's laetory, otqinMto
Grceullcld's ferry, on the .Mississippi levee'
Eirilusk beds filled at tho shop. Tho best
and cheapest mattw-'oi ami pillows ever
offered in this mariet, for falu nt G. V.
WldttoekV, corner Tenth street nnd Wash
legion 111 enue. ll-lSlui
GO AND CONSULT
Madame Do Gnill",
Seor nnd Clairvoyant.
She Is the (evcuth daugtcr of the seventh
daughter. She can bo consulted at her suit
of parlor nt the Arliiigtln hone, llrst lloor.
corner of Seventh street nud Commercial
avenue, Cairo, for n short time only. Mic
gives iiilvlcu on all Inislncs mattciv: tells
how to recover lost or stolen property ; tells
of lovers, and even tells tbo namo of thu
person you aro to mary. l'ec,$l. All let.
ters aiiiwered promptly by lucloilng $1 and
stamp. Hours from 8 n.ui. to 10 p in.
Mlt. FISISI). VINTi:itlti:itG b is just ro-
iiinieu irom ai. 1,0111, iviicru nu purclia-ed
as Hun n Hindi of the various irrade of Hun
Icallier ns was over brought to tills city, nm
pioiin.es to work It Into boots ami shoes for
hU customer. Ho makes line boots 11 spe
ciality, and i; confident of hi ability to conn
with any boot nakcr in this city in this lino
cl work, lie employ- nono but the best
workmen, nud as n contcmiciico till lis nut
only l!r.-t class work. While in St. Lnul.- bit
islted all the principal tbops and secured
patornsol nil II10 Litest st)lcs and Imple
ments, nml will give his customers the ben-
lit ol them. Woik done iiromntlv and ou
shoit notice. All work warranted, 11-20 101
Hoot and shoe inikcr.TweuttotUttrcct. be
tweun Washington uiemiu and Poplar
street, Is prcpnrud to makebootii ami shoo
in tlio latest ami most (.i-hlnnablo styles,
llo will ninko them to order, old or new
style to stilt customers, out of tlio best and
nu iic-i imoii, 01 which no nlwav.s has a
good supply on hand from which to maU
selections. All tilting of boots and shoe-
undo by Mr. Elder., U dono In his own sho;
no foreign lilting being used by him,
Glvo Ji 1 111 a cull, and ho will glvo yui satis,
AUCTION SALE of dry goods, queen
ware, boots, shoes, window shades, ribbon-,
furniture, Inui'-u on leased lot. on Saturday
morning, Novembor 22, comnienclhg at 10
o'clock a. in,, at my sales room, No, 11 1 Com
mercial nicuuo, I w III offer for ealn tho now
house, not complete, situated on lot Nu.!l,
In block No. 23 on Commercial uvoimc, Willi
5 years laso on lot at $25 per year. Aim,
a lot ot 1'imilture, qiieeu-waje, window
shades, stoves, etc, Ou S.ituiday night at
7 o'clock, same dnte, 1 will offer for salo
boots nud shoes, clothing, ell oteens, jeans,
cassluiern, prints, poplin, quilts, blanket,
soaps, gent-' tiuder-slilrts, drawers, towols,
liabkcichtcfs, scurf, damask, toy, ribbon',
etc. I.OUIH II. .Mi; 1:11s,, Auctioneer.
VERY LATENT 'PAKE NOTICE.
After .lanuary 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively In gentleman's clothing and gent'
Imni.-lilii-guods,aud having ou hand w largo
and well a orted stock of fall und winter dry
Soods, notions, etc , etc., which wo desiro to
closo out entirely, wo tako this method to
Inlorin the public Unit vo shall, alter Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods in our store In tho
dry good line, ut llrst cost. All ourgoods
were bought at tho lowest market price, and
aru Iresh and suitable for tills season. 'I hoo
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call ou us boloto purchasing clsowhcro.
Hl.U.M ii A.NSO.M,
No. 112 Commercial iiveuuo, between J,
Hjirgorjitid Elliott .fc Hnytliuru. IJ-l-lm.
Use Dr. Hem y' Wnrld' Tonic nml
It U thn (jn-at household remedy, pleasant to
l- !j, yet )Ktnt for the prevontlon and ctn-o of
tUciists. It la bctUr limn Hitters, Cordial,
Mi'.olm or Sarsapnrlllit, Sold by Druggist
Dr. Henry's Itoot uuil Pliuit Pill.
Sllldyel thorough no nausea orRrlplee
Irt'lyveRflable great I Ivor remedy. 1'rlceSJ
lent. SoM by UrugKlsts.
Mrs). W!iltCMinb, Hymp.
Tlia irreat soothing remedy, l'rlco on'.y !J
if nn. Chrei rit to tho mother ami hcalthto
Ibo child Sold by Drugglits
InteresMng Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Ingravlnji, Tivo-Uiudred and alxty Pagi'S,
?iico60 cents, Address Dn. Butts' 1)iik
lint, 13 North EKrhlli 8t ' -
I.urrrool NewtTTir Ml fhlla.lel.hi
Kor Unrrjing tbo Mxiln '
fc'OIl PA8SAOK TIOKETtf
oa rcarniB oimatiox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot
IS llroljr Now-fort, urto
II. Knn il,
Miss a. Piiii.t.ti s. Miis. I,. T., Unions
l'JiiLLU's & nrucos,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE, RET WEEN
NINTH AND TENTH STS.
OAIHO AND PADUCAII
MAIL II OAT.
Ttia splendid atc&mor
Dick Fowlkii, Captain
Leaves Culio DAILY, (.Sundnyexeopted) al
I p.tn For frrhrht or iwniri' apply on boat
or to .Ias. .Mai.i.iiky, Ag't.
NEW LLVELtY STABLE
IIKTVUKXH WAMl'M AVF.NCK AND VfALNUl
Dr. 11. X. V luldfl Inform tno publto Ihst ba ba
L 1 V i: 11 Y H T A Ji L E
on tho northws't sulo of Tunth stroul a oao
III. H'Abltt will t,e fumlshoj with nn lint In
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
anil tho publl" may bo accommodated at ul
hours ,,( mo day and night with salo tcairs
un tho Io"vot terms.
Dr. Fields al.s a share of public, pitronngo
und will cudemor to merit it by fair dculmg
and strict nttentlnn Im-l-
Jj. V. HLAJCE,
(Successor to 11. T. Gcrould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Gas and Sthau Pm'K Fittinos.
til.OIti: AMI a.vgi.i: VAI.VIIS,
LEAD PIPE AND PUMPS
UU AX 1)1 LI tiltS.
.ITDrive wells put down In any part of
tlio elly or surrounillng eoiiutrv.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
WAU1) .fc KOHKltTS,
Dkalkus in Window Shade.,
Wall Pai-kb, 1'uhk "White
i.kad, Linskkd Oil
Sl'IKlrj TUIU'RNTINK, GLUK
Sukllao, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
120 Conini3icl.ll avenuo.
Caiuo, - . . Illisti
1! HUMAN UlLMKTZSTOJCFF,
(Sticcc.or to 11. Thleleckc.)
Dealt r In .111 Klnilx
HKTWKKN TKNTlt AND KLCVKNTH bTUBXTS
IhtVffli' lllll-ili:i-,l ttw, i,r..,..i. ..u..l.llul.
niont of II. Tliliileekn, I shall ulwajskccp
inlianit n fiillaud fresh supply o nil the best
coods in my lino, to bu found in the market
ItV Strll'.t llttlMltlnn tl, hllkliw.bj n.t.l ...l..ln.,l
Ing, I hopo not only tn retain nil tlio'eu-tom
...w ,'.,.iu ,i.3 c.ijijvii ,n 111,1 uui ill ,11111
til thn llkt. 111,11,-- unit lr,M 11.1,... ..
... ....... j .,u. ,i.niii 1.
lair share of publlu patronage.
in'-liueuiiuy, 111111M.VN MCIIJIUTZSTOUFP,
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'UUHll I AI.I. STVI.Kh'.
M US. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly .Mr. SwamU ri,)
nniinuitcos that alio has Just npcujd a largo
a-sortment ot tho
MUST FASH ONAIILK.!
MlllliU'ry Goods lobe (nuuit in tlio 111 irket.
bhu will keep on hand
Hats, Honnki's, Flowkus, Riiiiions,
Diiiw.- TiiiuMi.voH ok All Kinds,
Lapi M'iinimii.no Good.h, Notions,
CnLi.AH. Undkiislkkvks. Ruvfs.
And all goods lound in nilllliiorv store, nil
ol which will bo illspn-ed ot til tlio lowest
ca-!i price. Mrs. .Inck-on respectfully
u-k-a continuation of thu p.ii.ionago which
has been so libel ally bc-tsoivcd upon her by
the ladies of Calr 1 and the vlolnttv.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. eiu ci, ami Commercial Ave,
Hoot and Hioo mado to order, and In
tliel.il est and O'O.t faslilnnablu styles.
WILLIAM 11. HMPT1I, M. D.