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THIS CAIRO DAILY UULLET1N, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 22, lba
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
ORAKItVKK'fl OVVWK, OAIltO, III'., )
November 20, 10:11 11.111., 1873. )
Barometer, 30.-09 degrees.
Tlietraomotcr, 43 degrees.
Wind calm. Velocity 12 mlloH jicr
Maximum temperature lor bit 21 hours,
Minimum tempcraturo lor tlio hut 21 lioiirn,
Prevailing wind for last 21 hours, south.
Total number of tntlcn traveled by wind
during lust 21 hours, 221.
Obn.rvnrHh.nal ScnleC, U. H. A.
A T H B N B U 3VC t
Mutineer U. IIA.VCIlt
Iorouo week onty, commencing
Monday Kvb.nino, Novkmueu 21
of tlio young and brilliant artist Mm
in a selection ol new pieces supported by
a powciful company. On Monday
evening, November 21, will
bo produced for the
first and only tltnu In this
city, WIKKIi: COLLINS' great
Sensational Drama. In four acts, entitled tlio
Dramatized cxpreialr lor Miss I'rlce.
Mercy Morrlck Mies Fannnt D. Price
KTAdmsslon K) cents; Itcrervcd Seam
& cents; I'rlvato boxes fl. Heat can bit
socurcd in advance at llartmnn'ii store.
Doom open at 7 o'clock; commencing
IStttday Xiyht, "JANE E)'JIE."
0. N. HUG Jl E S,
)tOmci!i Ohio Levee, over Mattus 4
Cta-.Vme but Firit-Clatt Cuinnanitt
HAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
7 Ohio Lev,
CITY XATIONAL 1IANK 11V1LDINO
OA I RO, ILLS.
The oldest eitabliiticd Agency In Southorn
llllnon, representing over
SC5.000.000 00 !
f tbo best Insurance Capital ol the
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
OxnT'L.Orrici, 172 Washington St.
Thla Gorman Life Insurance Company
guarantee not only Paid-up Policies but
nUo a Value In Cosh on tho Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. UUOK. Frosldont
0. KNOBKLSDOKr, - . - Hocretary
Agent for Cat and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
I Affectation for promoting Ltfo Insurance
and Sick Relief by weekly duos and mutual
co-operation In object) of public benefit.
The I.lle Insurance Policies will bo limited
by the Toutonla Life Iniurance Company.
JOHN "W. PJtUESS, Aq't.
for Cairo anil Ylclnltr
3J. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker A Dlakc,)
PAINTS AND OILS
j -wiasrrDo-w qlabb.
1 WINDOW 8DADI8,
I the celebrated illuroln.tln
rOBB'LDILDINO 00 B illH ST. COM
j wuo Illinois
IlE MlliiiiiVxiH I UUODS
I rKUBU VAW STYI.KH.
iM r a . m . j a c k a o a ,
. (Formerly Mrs. Bwandera,)
pounces that sho has juit opened a large
jortment ol tlio
il frT WAHIITOWAnT.W
ft AND 1IAND80MK3T
llnery Goods to bo found in tho market.
will Keep on nanu
.Ttt ItflN N eth. r T.nWKRM. UIIlliniVK.
UTAH KIMMINI1N f I IT !.. IXINIIN.
1 It .
Collars. Ukdbbhlikvxs. Iturrs,
I all uooila louna in mil inerv More. all
DlCu will uo uiapoaeu oi ai mo loweii
prices. Mrs. Jaskaon rcspoctfullr
a continuation of the paUonage which
.. - II1.ai...1I A n A la AHVA A HhnH 1 . m 1.
adiea oi uairo aou uie vicioiiy
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tiiehr was nothlnj; of importnnco trati
tacted In tlio poltco court yesterday.
Mikk Coy.nk will tot a aplundlJ froo
lunch to-nlgl.t. Soo notico In another
The juvcnllo claaa of l'rof. llodcn's
dancing icliool will moot on Salurdny(
only at 2 o'clock.
Oo to H. l'attorion'a, cornor of Nintli
and Walnut streets, for tho lent aauiago
In tbo city. Iw
Tiikkk wui a tnoutlng ol tlio city coun
cil yesterday afternoon. Tlio proceeding
will be published to-morrow tnoriiing.
A HUouiiNu.iitlrny occurrod opposite
this :lty in Kentucky night boforo last,
in which ono man was shot, and Knottier
seriously boa leu. Wo wcro unablo toob
H. Paitkhio.v, on lliu corner if Ninth
and "Wolniit streets, has Charley Finch
employed to cut all kinds of moat and
mako sausage, Call and leo for yourselves.
The woods In Missouri opposite this
city has teen on firo for suvcral days, tbo
amoko from which has boon so dense in to
couipol steamboats caught In that locality
at night time to lay up.
IlAI.LKV keeps tho celebrated "Feel.
Ion,'1 loo "Monitor," tho "Lady Gay," the
"A.'aakl, " and nuinorous olhor good cook
itovuj tnd all ityloj of bontlng Hover,
which ho oirors low for cash.
TllK "New Maoiialkn." Tho 15ox
sheet for tho sale of scats for Fanny 11.
Price's " Now Magdalen," will open this
morning at 10 o'clock at Dan llnrtman's
storo. .Securo your scuts In time to nvcid
tho rush. tf
Tne funeral of Mary Agnes, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. llernard McMatmur,
which took place nt three o'clock yestor
day afternoon, was attended by u largo
nurnbor of tho friends and acquaintances
of the bereaved parents.
It. Jo.NhH, fashionablo boot and shoo
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest Improvements In tho lino of hla
business. Only tho best ana most com
potent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclass in every rcspoct.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
The work now going on along tbo
track of tho Illinois Central above Twen
tieth street, seriously interferes with Knt
& Wall's saw mill, and they havo been
compellod, for tho pro. ant, to auipond
operations. Tho work of putting down
tbo inclined plain prevents them from
bringing logs from the river to tho mill.
A l'AUTT of hunters, balling from Point
Pleasant, Missouri, arrivod in town yestor.
day and wore well laden with tho fruits of
their skill as hunters. Among olhor gain,
thoy had sixteen sacks of vunuon, three doz
en wild turkeys, and any quantity of small
game.. They wore on their way to Kan.
kakco, Illinois, wboro thoy reside,
Kx-Gov. John Dociiokhtv ol Jones
boro, and George Dougherty of tho
Joncsborn 'Advortiior,' and II. F. Potter
of tho Mound City 'Journal,' wore in
town ycitordrty. Tho Governor was on
his way to Vienna, to ottond tbo Johnson
county circuit court now in session at that
place, and over which Judge D.J. Ilakor
of this city presides.
Died Friday afternoon, at - o'clock,
George, infant aon of Goorgo and Cath
erine Lohr, ngod sixtoon months. Tho
funeral will take placo to-day at 3 o'clock.
A special car on tho regular paiiongor
train will convoy tho remains to Villa
Hideo, whero thoy will bo hurried,
Friends and acquaintances of tho pnronta
aro respectfully invited.
The commute of tho Delta Firo com
pany for tho aalo of tickots to tho ilanco to
como elf on the Stosmer Great Uvpublio
on next, wouneuay ovoning, ara mooting
withgooducccas. And they should. Every
proporty ownor In tho city li interested in
helping to maintain an cllloient firo de
partment. Help the boys out; it only
costs a dollar.
The following wero tlio arrivals at tho
St. Nlcholaa nolo!, Harry Walkor proprie
tor, yesterday: J Clark, ISirdaville, .Mo.;
J F lUgon, Torro Ilautj Kldridge, O and
V It It; It W Davis, A F Uolin, Doxtor
City; A U Aloxandor, 11 Wostfall, O
ad V It It ; J II Kay, Mound City ; A.
Moore, Arkansas; John ltobcrts, Wm
Porry, J AV Campbell, F J Iloynolda, Kd
Marsh, O and V It II ; II W Haydon, St
It is said Alexander county aonds mora
convicts to tho penitontlary than any
othor county in tho alate, except Cook.
It should bo remembored however, that
not ono In ten of the porsens convicted in
our; courts aro residents of the county,
Tho county Jail low contains twenty
male prisoners and we venture to say that
not moro than fjur of tho wholo
number lived in tho county throo months
previous to their imprlsonniont.
Tiik harbor shop Is on tho cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
whore J. Goorgo Stlenhouse with his gen.
tlomanly assistants can bo found ut any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your foollnga with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and head with a good sham
poo. It is n flrat-olaaa shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-olass treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved stylos. 8-15-tf
MlKU Coynk, proprietor of tho MIn
Saloon and dining rooms, opposite Win
ter's lllock, aftor a protractod Illness of
six wooks is again himself, and being do
sirous of calling his old frionda around
him onoo mochas concludod tojgivo thorn
a froo blow to-night at 0 o'clock. Consist
Ingjof Joystor soup, wild turkoy, boiled
ham, venison, otc, when ho hopvs they
will all pall around and grasp his
hand, and bring all their friends with
thsm, and havo a regular good old titno,
as ho intends going to Cuba next weok,
Til k St. Charles hotel will change- hands
on tlio flftoontli day of December,
Mr, Kcxford will atop out on tho 16th and
Mr. Jowott Wilcox will atop In on tho
10th, Wo nro not advised as to what Mr
Knxford's Intentions aro aftor leaving tho
St. Charles, but wherovor ho goca or what
evor business ho may engage In ho will al
ways carry with hlin thn best wtshua of
tho people of Cairo. Whllo all regret
Mr. Ilex ford's withdrawal from tho St.
Cimrlc!", Mr. Wilcox will bo wolcomod
back to his old post by ovory ono who Is
acquainted with him.
Duni.vo tho coming week Miis Kanny
II. Price, supported by a nicely balanced
nnd tulcnwd company, will appoar tit the
Athencum In this city In n aoilcs of now
plays. On Monday evening will bo pro
duced for tho first tlmo in this city, Wilkio
Collins' groat sonintional druma entitled
tho "Now Magdaion," dramatized ex
pressly for Miss Prico, in which alio will
appear aa "Mercy Merrick."" On Tuet
duy ovoning "Jano Kyro" will bo tho
play. Miia Prico la acknowledged by all
competent judges to bo ono of tho loading
tragic artists of tbo day, and will not fall
to draw crowded houses during hor en
gagement in this city.
If you want things clean and nlco you
will go to 1'uttorion's meat market, cor
ner o( Ninth and Walnut atroets. Iw
November Term Fifth Day.
Tbo following builnon was tramactcd
in tho Prohato court to-day :
llencke, Lemcko and Kohr, vs. citato
of Frederick Hose, deceased. Froderlcka
Hose, administratrix. Assumpsits do
rnnnd 73 :)S. Judgmont rendered fur
abovo amount, to be as aovonth class
Kstato nf Daniel II. Phillips, doccaiod;
John 11. Phillips, admlnlstartor. Petition
for loiters. Potilinn approved, and or
dered that lottors issuo. Bond required in
the sum of ?J000. ISond filed and ap
proved, and urdorcd that sail administra
tor proceed on application to sell real es
tate, and that reasonable attorney's fees bo
At 4 o'clock p.m., court adjourned until
9 o'clock this morning.
and departures for tho 21 hours ending atG
p. in. l.tkt evening :
Steamer Lioness, Pittsburg.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jas, Howard, New Orleans,
" City of Vl:kiburg, St. Louis.
" Sam Hobcrts, St, Louli.
Henry Probiuco, New Orleans.
" Painter No. 2, fchotwcll's.
' Cherokee, Cincinnati.
' Anoy Uaum, Memphis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Mesacngcr, Cincinnati.
Steamer Illluoh, Columbus
,, Lionets, St, Louis,
" City of Vlcksburt', Vlcskburj;.
" John Kyle, Sow Orleans.
" Alaska, New Orleans.
" Cherokee, New Orleans.
" Sum ItobcrU, St. Louis.
" Henry Prohasco, Cincinnati.
" Andy Ilium, Cincinnati.
6INKINO OP THE PUOUASCO.
The Henry Probaico,whlch passed here at
three p.ni,, yesterday, bound from New Or
leans to Cincinnati, struck the rocks at tbo
foot ol (lr.imlCli.ilti about dusk last even
ing, and Immediately sunk in deep water.
Her passengers, 2b in number, anil all tho
crew of the boat saved themselves by juiup
lni on a barge which she was toning, where
they had to remain all night, as there were
no boats in our harbor prepared Ito go to
their assistance. '1'bu Kckert will not have
her chimneys hoisted until noon to-day ut
least. It 1 very unfortunate that
tho nooiicnt occurred whllo tho
Uvkcrt is in her prcsMit condition.
Tho engineer ol tho Laura Da, Is refused
to tako her out until ho had Instructions
irom her captain, who is at Nashville, mid
the Mcscngcr and Cherokeo would vitiate
Insuraneo by undertaking tho ttlp, Th
Prohasco had very llttlo freight on board.
Sho Is owned entirely In Cincinnati, and
no doubt fully insured,
Thk ItiVKKS Tho Ohio roso Mx inches
during tho 21 hours cndlrgat six o'clock
last evening. The Cumberland Is rising
again, but that any great quantity ol wutcr
will come out of that stream is not believed.
Tho Mississippi is about on a stand nt St.
LouIb. with about fivo foot out to this city.
Husi.Ni:(g and Wkathku iluslucis was
pretty dull, uod but llttlo freight lor tho
south was olTcrcd. However, toward even
ing tho Illinois Central track was pretty well
tilled with cue, and it Is prohablu business
will bo u littlo moro active to-day, Tbo
weather was warmer than tho day previous,
and overcoats went not bo much In demand.
MlnCil.MNiou.s Tho smoko from tho
burning woods In Missouri was so denso
night beforo last that pilots could not sec
their way through It and a number of boats
wero compelled to lay up In Bird's lleml
Tho City of Alton and Chas. II, Church
are both hard aground at "llor-etall." Tbo
Chureli Is reportod as drawing live feet ws
UT, and that is about all thero Is iu tho
Owing to tho dense smoko night heforo
last, tho Idlcwlld run aground on America
bar, Yesterday morning flic eeut down to
Culro for abargo to lighten oil' on. Messrs.
llalllduy t liros. sent one oi their tugs to
her with n bargo, but at dark last night sho
was still hard on tho ground, with ovcry
prospect of remaining thero for sometime
It is reported that the llttlo JlmFUk will
try the packet trade again between this city
and Paducah, but as wo got our first infor
mation concerning hor future movements
Irom her late commander, Captain Dick
Fowler, wo aro disposed to doubt the truth
of tho rumor.
The Lioness left yesterday for St. Louis
with two barges of 'coal.
Tho James Howard will not begin to load
boro for two or three days.
Tho Sam Itoborts was to leave somotlmo
lact night with two barges ol salt for St.
I Tho Andy Uaum has MO bales ol cotton
for Cincinnati and tho cast.
Tho Puluter No, 2 brought two barges of
coul from Shotwcll's mines.
Tho now ferryboat mentioned in our yes
terday's report as having been brought hero
Irom Mouud City, by tho tug Caehe, was
built for J. L. Thomas or Council 1)1 nils,
but will not go up tho Missouri until next
spring, Tlio Ssm ltobcrts will lake her to
St. Louis, where her machinery wilt bo put
Tho (Ircat Hcpttbllc, Cnpt. Tborwegan,
will not movo his boat at present, but leave
hor whero sho Is until rates are better,
The Adam Jacobs Is to bo withdrawn
from tho Grand Tower and St. Louis trade.
ThcKiumaC. Klllott, It Is raid, will tako
The Charles Hod matin will leao St. I.onl'
lor Memphis this evening.
The Lioness will hcrcaltcr bo engaged iu
towing between Cairo and St. Louis In tho
Interest of W. II. llrown.
Two schooners oi UOO tons burden each
nrrUed nt 3t. Louts from Chicago on 'I burs
ilny. If the prospects forlrclght nro 'good
they will load tor tho south. Otherlu
they will probably return to Chicago.
Captain W. P. Simpson, ol tho Clltl'ord,
died Iu Shrcscport last week of yellow
Commodoro Hart Able Is reportod to havo
sent tho following telegram to President
Grant on tho day ol the Cuban Indignation
sensation at St. Louis;
To Iho president: lean put n thousand
barges alloat In thirty days to deliver men
In hulk nt Havana or Santlcgo de Cuba.
Will bo salltlicd with tho post of commo
dore, provided my brother Dan Is made sut
lor. Tho Mackcral llrlgado ol Memphis (olo
graph their ability to steal Cuba In 30 days.
Dy a recent decblon of tho secretary of
the national treasury ull steam venelsovcr
fifty tons burden, whethor ferry, freight,
canal or towboats, uro compellod to curry at
least ono good substantial boat, with lines
attached and properly supplied with oars
kept In good condition ut nil times
rcudy lor Imtncdlalo use, and tho inetallc
tiro-proof lllehoats which other vessels car
rying passengers aro required to have,
Tho Memphis 'Avalanche' taj a :
Captain D, llroilhurt, after n rough,
rough and tumble fight with Yellow Jack,
has corao out first host, and Is now able to
sit up. He was an abicntce and struggled
back to tho front Just as dark's army begun
to retreat. A rearguard skirmisher tired a
shot and took the Captain in, but with
proper care bo'll vet bo ull right.
Tho St, Louis Times' has this :
Col. Juelt Wilcox resumes charge of his
St. Charles hotel at Culro on the 15th of
September. The Colonel Is an old boatman
and a popular hotel man.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Gas und Steamfitting on short notico
Dross' Blocl 0-281L
Go to Halloy's for tho Iturnott steam
cooking vessel. U-O-lm
Go To Halloy's for good bargains in
cooking und heating stoves. 11-C-lm
Ik you want tbo host buof steak in tho
city, go to S. Patterson's, cornor of Ninth
and Walnut strcots. Iw
Tub European hoto), llar.-y Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tho
Fou a good iquaro meal go to ilorry
Walker's restaurant, Coratnorcia! avenue
bolweon Seventh and Eighth street, lm
S. Patterson, on tho corner of Nlntl:
and Walnut streets will keep fresh fish n
Friday, if tho aatno can be had. Iw
For oas and steam fitting go to Itcn
nl' Vulcan trou works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street fl-IO-tf.
All kinds of game constantly on hand
at Jfurry Walker's, Coinmorclnl nvenuo
betwoon Sovonth and Eighth stroots.
By llurtrnun, a lino
At great bargain.
Call ut llnrtman's salesroom, 10 j Com
P, Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commorcial nve
nuo, oilers for ealo Guinness' Porter &
Ilnsa' ales and puro Ucnnessy brandy,
and tho genulno Ar.gosturo bitters, all
first-class cholera cures. Try them
Notiok is hereby givon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho om
ployes of Thk Caiko Bulletin, either
or themselves or lor tho use of tho offlco
unleso the tamo aro furnished on an order
(Ignod by Mr. Burnett or mysolf.
12-20-ly Joun U. Oiikiilt,
A New Entkuvuisk. Dr. 11. F. Fiold
will run n lino of hacks botwoon Cairo
and tho terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
it Toxa3 railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2Jo'clock, p. in., making closo con
nection with tho trains on that road.
Ordors for passongors or baggago should
bo lolt at Field's stable, on 10th etreot.
Dr. Lavnrty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Shawncotown, has locatod in
this city nnd intonds making it his homo
Tho doctor comos to Cairo woll rocom
mendod, and rofors to tho olDcors of tho
First National bank of Shawncotown, to
whom ho la woll known, having practiced
bis profession among thsm for years. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of tbo patronago of
ourcitizone. OUico 140 Commorcial avo
nuo. 7 i!0-tf
A OA KD.
I tuko this opportunity to Inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practico in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of Decombor.
9-30-tf. P. L. Williams, Dontlst.
Two iiattdrloa of two Boilers, each 21
foot long, 42 Inch Dram, 'J 1 1 inch Flues
with firo fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, ull completo und in first-class
ordorj; been used only throo months. For
prico, etc., inquiro of J, T. Kknnik,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
A clergyman, whllo rosidlng in South
Amorlca us a missionary, discovoroJ a
alo and sitnplo remedy for tho euro of
norvous woaknoss, early decay, diaossoa of
tho urinary and seminal organs, und tbo
wholo train of disorders brought on by
baneful and vicious habits. Great num
bors have boon cured by this noblo romody,
Promptod by a deslro to bonoflt tho nl
fiictod and unfortunato, I will sond tho
rocolrt tor proparlng and using this mod.
Iclno in a sealed envolopo, to anyone, who
noods it,re of etaryc. Addroas
Josxiu T. Inuan,
Station D, lllblo llouio, Now York.
August '20, 1 yr
JUST received and tor rale, 200 boxes ol
very lino cream checso nt 11 cents per pound
wholt rale, by O. M. Ai.diin & Co.
I'OU.SALK.-Ato bargain. A beautiful
counter, walnut top, H feet long. Enquire
corner Thirteenth and Walnut street, ornt
I UK 1Iui.lp.tin' bindery. 11-20 2w
IF you want bargains go to llaitnian's,
Latest nt lo hats $1 W. Country k-lt sockn
35 cents a pair. A comploto suit for til CO.
All wool do'ulncs l.J cents. Extra heavy
blankets f 1 5J.
fsoTlcK. I take this method of Inform
Ing tho public that 1 have returned lo the
city, mii am iiiivv prepared to fill orders Tor
photographs nt my Gallery, corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenue.
,1. J. THOMAS,
GEItMAN SCHOOL HALL. A bull will
be given at Schecl'a hall on tlio 27th, (Thanks
giving), for tlio benefit of tho German
schnol, A general Invitation fs extended
to tho friends of tho Irlctids of the school,
and all others w l,o disile lo silt ml. Mo tf
Phillips and lings.',
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
NOTICE On and alter .Monday, Novem
ber 3, ami through tho winter, a warm lunch
will be spread at the Thalia saloon, opposite
Tin: IIullktin' olllcc, ut 10 o'clock a.m.,
overyday. All the delicacies of tho season.
11-1 lm A. J a i : c k i : i . , Proprletoi.
NOTICE Using determined to closo my
business house, I shall from and after this
date, s'dl for :ash only. All persons In
debted to luo are respectfully icqiiostcd lo
clo.e their accounts Immediately. Charles
D. Arler Is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all cl:i!nn duu me.
D. .i: n:u,
P1IEI). STlTCIIKIt has purchased tho
barber shop of Geo. Itclnlng, who retires
for the bcncllt of his health. Thn shop tit
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth und Eighteenth streets, nnd its
new proprietor is determined to make It
first-class In every particular. Ho invites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
WANTED Fivo tons of dry corn husks
Inhales or sacks, (or mattress making, deliv
ered at G. Vi, Hick's lactory, oppostto
cirpintleM' furry, on tho Mississippi IcVcc
ESriltisk beds Illicit at tho shop. Tho best
and cheapest mattresses nnd pillows ever
olTcrcd In this market, for sale at G. W.
Whitlock's, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue. 11-18 lm
MltS. MATT IK SOWELL, hairdresser
and dealer in nil kinds of litimsn hair,
switches, curl, flcttcs. brslds, etc., takes
this method ol Informing her friends una
tho public generally, tint she has removed
her storo from Washington to Commercial
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets,
where sho will bo pleased to Welcome ull
her old trseuds and customers. Mrs. Sovvcll
has ndded larOcly to her stock of lino
switches, curls, etc., and will sell as low as
any dealer Iu the city. 1 1-22 lw
GO AND CONSULT
Madame De GrntY,
Seer and Clairvoyant,
She is tho seventh daiigtcr of the seventh
daughter. .Sho can bo consuKoil ut her Mitt
of parlors nt tho Arllnirtiii house, itrst llonr.
corner of Sovonth street and Coiumurelal
avenue, Cairo, for a short tlmo only. She
gives iiuvico on ull business matters: tells
how to recover lost or stolen property; tells
of lovers, and oven tells tho name of the
person you aro to mary. Fee, $1. All let.
tors answered promptly by inclosing $1 nnd
stamp. Hours from 6 a.m. to 10 p in.
Mil. FEED. WINTEItHEIKl has Jut re
turned Irom St. Louis, where ho purchased
as lino u stock ol the various grades of llnu
leather as was over brought to this clly, and
proposes to work it Into boots and shoes for
his customers. Ho makes lino boots u spe
ciality, and i; confident or his ublllty to copo
with any boot nuHcr In this city In thin Uun
cf work. He employs none but tho best
workmen, and hsi a consequence turns out
only first class work. Whllu In St. Louis ho
visited all tho principal shops ami secured
paternsof ull the latest stles and Improve
ments, nnd will give his customers tho ben
efit ol them. Woil; dono promptly nnd on
short notice. All work warranted. 11-20 lot
Hoot and shou nukcr, Twentieth street, be
tween Washington iivcnuu und Poplar
street, Is prepared to male boots and shoes
In tho latest und most lashinnablc styles.
Ho will rouko tlicm to order, old or now
styles to suit customers, out ol tho best and
frodicst stock, of which ho always has a
good supply on hand from which to mako
selections, All fitting of boots nnd shoes
mado by Mr, Killers is dona In bis own shop
no foreign fitting being used by him.
Give film u cull, and ho will give you satis
faction. AUCTION SALE or dry goods, queens
ware, boots, shoes, window shades, ribbons,
furniture, house on leased lot, on Saturday
morning, Novcmbor 22, commencing at 10
o'clock u ,m,, ntmy sales room, No, 111 Com
mercial avenue, I will oiler for sale Iho new
house, not complete, situated on lot No, 3,
Iu block No. 28 on Commercial avenue, with
0 years lcaso on lot ut !?2." per year. Alio,
a lot ol furniture, queenswtue, window
shades, stoves, etc, On Saturday night ut
7 o'clock, same dute, I will oiler lor sale
boots and shoes, clothing, velveteens, jeans,
casslmere, prints, poplins, quilts, blankets,
soaps, gonts' undur-slilrts, drawers, towels,
hankcrehiefs, scarfs, damasks, toys, ribbon,
etc. Louis) II. Mi:vi:i(M, Auctioneer.
VEUY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After Juuuiiry 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively In genlloiiiun'n clothing und gout's
fiu nl.-lilng goods, and having on hand a largo
und well assorted stock of fall und winter dry
goods, notions, etc., etc., which wo deslro to
close out entirely, wo tako tills method to
Inform tho public that wo shall, alter Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods in our store In tho
dry good line, at first cost. All ourgoods
were bought ut the lowest market price, and
aro fiebli und sultuhlu Inr. tills season. Tlioso
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call ou us beloro purchasing olsovvhere,
lll.UM & A.VSOM,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, between J.
Burger and Elliott & Ilnythorn. 11-1-lm.
'Fools dan to trend whoro Angols
bashful look." For an Illustration, sco
thn foolish presumption of soma avari
cious liquor dealers in tampering with
tho livos of tho Innocent by palming oil'
a poisonous decoction, cither by tho gal
lon or In counterfeit bottles and labels
for Dr. McCal'j's genuino Medicated
t7o Hr.'npnrj Wnrt.l'n Tosilc nnd
1 1 is the great housjhold rrmedr, pleasant to
tsko, yet potent for lie prevention and cure of
diseases. It is bctir than Itlttrrs, Cordial,
'tiichu or Barsaparllli Sold by Druggist.
I-. Henry' Unit ntul PInnt lill.
Mild yet thoroagh-ho nausea orfrrlplng n
Irely vegetable grelt 1 lver remedy. Price !i
lent. Sold by Iru$lsts.
31 r. Wliliomb'ft Hyrnp.
The prreat eoothln remedy. Price only 43
trnts. Cilrcs rost t.ithe mother and health to
the child Bold by lhlgglsU .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
tnzravlncs, Two-hmdred and sixty Psgss,
?flc 50 cents. Add'fss l)n. Bctts' Dtnrtx
usr, 1J North ElgKb Street, St. Louis, Uo.
4 AaTertlf emnL
Liverpool Kr.Toik slid Phllsd.lrhi.
Cl't l OIKTIUC1 Wirj CillTID STStSS LD SUltllH
tor C.rrjisg tbe Mi
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ou irainiR OSH1TI0.
APPLY TO JOUN O. DALE, m
IS Ilroid'.y Now-Tork, or to
Miss a. l'mixu s), .Mus. l. T. liitions
PJI1LL1T3 & URIGGS,
COMMERCIAL AVI'.NV'E, BETWEEN
NINTH AND TENTH STs.
0AIHO AND l'ADUt'AH
in AIL IIOAT.
fno splendid Btcsmor
Dick Fowlkiv, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxrepted) at
y.m rur no Kill or pasxngo apply on uoat
or to .Iah, Mai.i.oiiv, Air't.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
I1KTWXEN WASU'N AVXNCK AND WALNU1
Dr. II. K, KlnlJii Informs ten imblla tlt bo ha
L I V E R ' S V A 11 Ii E
on tho northwwt suto of Tuotti striml as n.o
UU Hi.bldti will be furnlib.J with none but tn
AND GOOD VEUIOLES.
und the public mav bo accommodated at al
hours of tho day und night with sufo teams
ou mi 10'vest tenns.
Dr. Kleldii asks a sharo of public patronage
uun i in uiiiieiivor 10 morn it uy lair iloallui;
andstrti'f nttenllon lo hiisi-
13. P. BLAKE,
(Successor to II. T, Gcrould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Gas and Steam Pipe Fittinos,
lll.dltr. AM) AAUIX VAI.VI.S.
LEAD PIPE AND PUMPS
G LORES, ETC.
HGTDrivo wells nut down in anv nart ol
iiiu cuy or surrouiiuiiig coiiiurv,
182 CO.M.MEItCIAL AVENUE,
WARD & ROJIKRTS,
Dkalkhs in Window Siiadks,
Wall Pavkk, Puns Wiiitk
Lkad, Linbkku Oil
sl'ikits tuiu'entinu, gluk
Siikllao, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
120 Commciclul avonuc.
OAIHO, - Il.LlNOI
HERMAN SCUM HTZSTORFF,
(Successor to II. Thlclocko.)
Ilvnli r Iu All lUnda
UKTWISKIJ TSNTH AND XLKVKNTII 8TBKKTS
Having purchased tho grocery establish
meiitofll. Thlotouko. 1 shall ulvvsys Keep
Oil hand a (ull and fresh supply of ull'.fiu host
coons in my lino, to lie loiiiiu in u.o jiuinut
llv strict attention to buslliers, und lu'r deal.
lug, 1 hope not only to retain nil tho cistoiu
tbo iilaeo has enjoyed In tlio past, but (ii udd
to thu list many new patron. Ashj.g
lair share of public patronago,
Uespectiully, IIKUMAN SCHMKTZUTUtlTK,
V. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. 6th St, and Commercial Ave
Boots nnd Shoes mado to ordered .la
thelatott ami most fashionable- styles.
NEW YORK BTORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAMEST TAniKTT STOCK IN Till C1T
GOODS SOLD VEHY GLOBE.
Corner of Rlnettosttstls Mtrtsasel Cora
O, O. PATlKIt
rr aiiTjTday brothers
FORWARDING and (JOMMISMON
Hit 11 UIIAN TK,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ami Ak-di. ill
OHIO ill V tin AND It ANA V HA
70 Ohio Lv.vbii,
R. J. OUNDIFF,
G B N E R A L P R O D U 0 E
No. 17 EiauTii St.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7(t Ohio Lcvcc, CAIUO, ILLS.
jjTSpeclal attention given to conign.
menls mid filling orders. 11-3 tt
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
Lime, Ocment, Plaster, IlAin, Etc.
Nn Ohio I.evee,
SSTl will sell In car load lots at manut a
turers prices, adding f'rolelit. -I-2- tl
J. M. PUILLIPS,
Forwarding and Coniuiisaioi)
propared to forward all kinds of freights
to ull points.
. i i ii i i ' i
N. B. Thlstlowood. P. .1. Thlstewood.
TIIISTLEWOOD & CO.,
Commission Mini chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No.TS OHIO LEVEE,
II. A. Thorns L, D. Thorns
THOMS & BROTHER,
Succcsosts to II. il.Hulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DUALXltd IN
Ntniilo lind I'uiicy llrucorl-,
Foreign and Domestiu
134 Commorcial Avomto.
UAIUO. - . fl.LINOIS
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Cor. UotiimerJal A v. and ISth St.
Also, keep eoastantlr on hand a met mm
pi. to stock of
bcotcu and iiusn WniUKIB
-o i N a.
P .rt,Madorf,0horrynnd Catawba Win
Caiko Box and Basket "Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAHU AXIS NO IT.
Keop constantly on hauu
FloouiNo and Siwi.vo, also Lath.
1IILL AMD TAKD COBNKU TIIIUTY-roUKTJI
TIIKET AND OHIO I.XVKK.
OAIltO, - ILLINOIS, 7-30 tl