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L'HJfi OAlliO DAILY lJULLKTliN, SATURUAT, NOVEMBER. 22, ltta
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
OltflBllVIH'S Ovrit'R, Caiuo, Ilk, I
November V'J, 10:11 p.m., 1H73. J
Hitrninotor, U0;T1 dcgroos.
Thermometer, 41 dcgroos.
Wind culm. Velocity 'l miles pur
Wcatlior heavy rain
Maximum temperature lor last 21 hours,
Minimum temperature lor tho last 21 hours,
Prevailing wind for last 21 hours, south.
Total number of miles traveled by wind
during lam 21 bourn, lbo.
Observer Signal Service. 11. H. A.
Mnnntfcr I. II A.M'lll.TT
For one wock only, commencing
Monday Kvk.ni.no, Novkmiieii 21,
of the young ami brllll.iutartlit MH-J
7 AXTXT7 B. PRICE
lu a selection ol new piece supported by
a powelful company. On Monday
evening, November?!, will
be produced for tbe
llrat and only time In tliU
city, WIKKIE COLLINS' great
Sensational Drama, In four acts, entitled tlio
Dramatized czprcitlr lor Mint l'rlre.
Mercy Merrick Mt.ia I'annnt II. l'liicp.
KJ"Admaslon M cents; Reserved Seat
76 cents; l'rivato boxen (I. Heat can b
secured in advance at Hartmau's store.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; commencing
at 8 o'clock.
Tutvlay S'vjhl, "J A Si: Kl'ltK.'-11-22
& NTfuG n e"s ,
OFFICE: Ohio Levee, ovvr Matbtiss &
BafSone but Firtt-Clast Coinpanitt
8 AFFORD, MORRIS k OANDEK,
lM 73 Ohio LrfV.
C1TT WAT10WAL U1XK lllflLDINO
Tbe oldest established Agency In Southern
llllnon, representing ovt
$C5,l)0l),l)l)0 00 I
f the bent Iniurance Capital ot tha
NEW YORK STOKE,
1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROMT T A. WITT ITOCE IB TH OITT
GOODS SOLD VKBY OLOSB.
turner raiaetMatia artrtt ssacl Com
C. O. l'ATHCR
ORWARDINQ and COMMISSION
ltd II A N TN.
DEALERS LN FIOUR;
1 OHIO RITMB ABD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lbvhh,
It! JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
m IOn....aAMA lAhn R. PhlllU.l
IHHVVtttVII - -""If
ikLERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
flour, Meal, Bran, &o.,
iNTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
I'OWDBK UUMI'A x.
Tmtii Stbixt avd Ohio Livzb
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
1). II. Hkuhy, constable, and John Tusicy,
Jtisllcn or Hie pence elect lor Gooso Inland
pi ccltict, filed their bonds anil took the re
quired oulh of oIIIjo yesterday.
Co.NhIIiIcuaiiI.i: business waa transacted
by the county court yesterday, but owing
to u press ol other matler the proceedings
nrn crowded out of this Issiio of 'I'll K l!l.t
In l'ollco Magistrate Hlrd'a court jester
day O. C. Owen lor abusive language, was
lined live dollara and the costs. Paul White
lor; lighting, wua abo lined live iind the
Tiik county ctcrk'x uihco U undert;olnt!
a thorotit;b course of renovation, mid rc
palra. New iimttln' will bo idaceu on tho
lloor, new desks put lu, ete., which, when
ull done, will make It look liko a new place
(). H. SWIFT, clerk of the .St. Charles hotel
under .lowett Wllcox'a adminUtratloii, waa
In the city yesterday. Ilo called upon bis
many Irlcnds In the city aud waa heartily
welcomed by all of tbcui. Ilo left this
morning lor tho East.
J.j.llllili bat been uppolnted delegate
to icpreient tho olorcd people ol this lo
cality in the concntlon of colored men to
be held lu Washington on tho Mill of nxt
month. It la not certain, however, that be
Vflllallcnd tbu convention.
.Mh. .Noam Faiiiik.v, father of .Mr. Tho?.
Karrtn waa iierlously Injured yesterday, by
being run over by his team, which tried to
run away. Dr. Dunning was called and
upon examination found that two ol his
rlba were Iractured, and that ho had ill.
lalncd other Injuries.
Slit. HUM-BTW : On a vacant lot between
Ninth and Tenth trccts. there Ilea a large
brlndlo cow and a ) nil rig talf. Tho owner
should bo looking after her, as she Is In n
tuUerlng condition, and badly lu need ol
attention. A warm bran "maih" would do
her good. our, llp.ltni.K.
TlIK county court yesterday appointed
John 1'. llely, John 11. (loastnan and (Jeo'
W. llcndrleks, commisi'lonerito assess the
fpcilal bene lit accruing to property on Ohio
luee In confceiUeni.e of graveling levee
street. The above named gentlemen are
well (Uallliei for the work In band, and
will no doubt gUe satisfaction to the parllcx
At about soscn o'clock Ust evening Mr.
Charles Arter while sitting in his fathei'n
store was taken erlouly III, aud at 12
o'clock, tho last word wo received concern
ing bit condition, waa that he could not
possibly Mir?ho until daylight. It was re
ported on tho streets that ho had taken nn
overdoso ol morphine, but whether pur
posely or otherwise we could not learn.
Our last Information was that he waa In a
sleeping stupor from which every cflert to
wake 111 in proved frtiltlcs'.
Till: Indications are that the ballon board
the Great ltcpubllc, next Wednesday cvei
Ing, will bo tbo occasion of tho season.
Two hundred and tttly tickets have already
been sold, and the probabilities arc that the
airs still exceed four hundred. Tho cabin
ol the (Ireat Jtcpubllc, oser 200 feet In
length, brilliantly Illuminated and filled with
rtspectablc citizen', their wives and daugh
ters, will present ft festive spcctaclo neor
before seen In Cairo. Thu object ef the
ball Is lo aid tbe Delta City Fire, company
(one of the most efficient In the clt ) aud
we uoed scarcely ask our citizen" to indi
cate their approval of tho object by turning
out in lorce. They will do It, sure.
Tin: Cairo, Arkansas and Texas, and tbe
Cairo and Kulton railroad, bavu established
alrelght depot and ticket olllco In this city,
aud are now prepared to syjl through tickets
and give through bills of lading lor all point,
in Arkansas and the Southwest. The Green
l.luo wharf boat will be used as a freight de
pot for Cairo, and all freight will bo received
and delivered there. Mr. Wm. Linker, tho
freight and ticket agent at this place, will
take plcaMirc In giving information as to
freight rates, passenger tare, connections,
oto. Tbo company's olllco Is In Winter's
block, comer Suvcnth street and Commer
cial aveuuu. Hacks will call at private re-l-duncea
aud at hotels for p.isacngcrs when
orders are left In time. They will leave the
otlke proptly us follows: Morning accommo
dation, 7:10 a.m.; l.lttlu Itock audTvxas ex
press, 11:30 a.m.; evening Accommodation,
Tim Topeka (Kansas) Commonwealth,'
referring to Miss Price's performance In that
city fays: "Costa opera bouse was crowded
last night with ouo of thoso splendid audi
euccs which In this city do not get together
ottcner than once or twlso in a seai.on.
Every desirable, noat was taken, ami It has
been many mouths since the opera houso
has presented 10 brilliant an appearance,
the throng being emlnontly lashlouable aud
consequently emlnontly dresy.
The play was the dramatized version of
Wllklu Collins' well-known novel, "Tho
.New Magdalen," a highly sensational drama
which Is well calculated to exhibit tho
strong pointi ol the company, aud tho prin
cipal character In which bat been mado a
specialty by Miss Price. Sho gives It n very
Intense degreo of dramatic fervor and
warmth of coloring, and bringing it thour-
oughlylutho rnngo of human nypathy. lu
tba emotional scenes sho rises to
grand dramatic heights, never forgetting, of
course, tho attributes belonging to such a
peculiarly-conditioned character, Such a
combination of circumstances in that which
Mercy Merrick was forced to pass through
may hi possible In real life, hut no dramatist
was over beforo bold enough to bring It
upon tho stage.
Tho support accordad Miss Prlco was tin-
exceptionally good, Miss Julia llanclictt's
rendition of Graco ltoanburry waa such as
to divide tho applause with Miss Prlco, Slio
Is lu overy way a natural Impersonation of
the English lady of tho novelist's creation
fresh, beautiful and unaflected tho picture
of luuoconcc and purity In ovory movement.
MIsa Jamison mado a very acceptable Lady
Janet ltoy, aud never seemed to loao tight
ot tho fact that tho was "mistreat ol Maple
Mr. Mcldrum gavo a careful aud woll
ttudlcd rendition of "Julian Gray," his
characterization being a truo portrayal of
the firm, liberal and Jot time exuberant
English clergymen. Mr. Slurry also did we!1
at Uorac Ilolmcroft, tlio war correspondent
and nowhere have wo seen tho "lender pas
tlon" portrayod In n manner more realistic
Tho minor parts wero In good hands, anil
were all well given.
FOR SALE. At a bargain. A beautiful
counter, walnut ton, IB foot lone, Enuulio
corner Thirteenth and Walnut ttreet, or at
The subject ol Kov. Mr. Thayoi'i aormon
to-day will bo "Tho Old Path." lu the
evening be will deliver tho fourth locture In
the series now btlng delivered by I1I111, tho
tubject being "I'rayor In the light of mod
ern science. First, What la Prayer, sec
ond, Tho Philosophy ol Prayer, Third, How
docs prayer appear In tho light of modern
There will be tcrvlcca at tho Church of
tho Redeemer at tho usual hours to-day,
Rector Gilbert. olllclatlng.
RKV. J. O. Wai.I.eu, pastor ol thoMotho
dlst Episcopal church, will conduct services
to-day ut thu regular hours. The public arc
cordially Invited to attend,
Rprrlftt Mrrllnr of llm 'lly I'nunell
eiillnl fur Usisrritt liimluiss.
Council Ciiamiikh, 1
Caiuo, ills., .Nov. 21, 137J, 4 p.m. j
Present lilt Honor Mayor Wood, and
Alderman Korsmcycr McEwen, McOaulcy,
Morris, Nellis, Phillip; Klttcubouso and
On motion of Alderman Korsmcycr tho
reading of the minutes waa dispensed with.
A petition of a number of citizens was
presented and read, asking that section 3 of
the ordinance adopted at the last meeting of
tho council relutlng to runners, bo so
amended as to except steamboat mid rail
On motion of Alderman Korsmcycr said
petition was referred to the Ordinance com
mittee with Instructions to report an amend
ment to safd ordlnanco at requested by the
Alderman Morris of tho Ordlnanco com
mute stated that tho committee were ready
to report 011 amendment to said ordinance
Immediately, aud that proper action might
lie taken llicrcou would be lo reconsider
the votu taken ut tho last moctlng ol the
council upon tho adoption of tho ordinance.
Tho Chair itilcd thu motion out ot order,
under tho rules, thero not being as large a
number of members present us when tin
voto on tbo adoption of thu ordinance was
The Ordlnanco committee reported the
following ordinance which was read by tbe
clerk and laid over for a second reading.
"An ordinance to amend section 4.' of
ordinance So. " lo Increase the payment for
Ho It ordered by tho city council of tho
city ol Cairo :
Sccnox 1 That section 4S ot ordinance
No. 7 lie amended by striking out tho wolds
"one hundred'' and Inserting In lieu thereof
"two hundred ;" and striking out thu words
"seventy-live" In both places In which they
appear in nald ordinance, und Inserting in
lieu thereof "0110 hundred and tlftv" l
each ca-e, and striking out tho word "live"
after thu words "tho further sum ol" aud
lnttrttiig in lieu thereof "ten."
On motion of Alderman Korsmcycr ad
journed. M. J. Howi.KV, CItj Clerk.
and departures for tlio 'J4 hours ending ut 0
p. m. 1.1 1 evening:
Steamer Mollle Moore, New Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Idlevvlld, Evausvllle.
" .Mohawk, St. Louis.
" Keokuk, Casyville.
" 0. II. Church, St. Louis.
" Arkansas llclle, Evausvllle.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Molliu Moore, St. Louis.
" Sam Roberts, St. Louis.
" Messenger, St, Louis.
' Keokuk, St. Louis.
" Cherokee, New Orleans.
" Idlevvlld. Evatisville.
" Painter No, 2, Shotwell's minos.
" Mohawk, South.
' Arkansas Hello, Evausvllle.
The ltivnits Tho Ohio rose about four
inches since last report, but will probably bo
on a stand within tho next 43 Hours. Tho
Mississippi is lulling ut the rata of ouo Inch
per day, and 4 lect Is nbotit the water In
that stream between Cairo und St. Louis.
Tho Cumberland, though atlll rising, has
about spent Its force aud will probably be
lulling in a day or two.
llL'.lINEFH AND WkATIIKU llllMllCM Was
dull yctcrduy, thero being but little freight
offered for tho South. Tho weather was
disagreeable In tho extreme. At about 10
o'clock rain commenced falling, and contin
ued without Intermission throughout the
day. The streets became a miu of sloppy
mud, and to attempt to wado through It was
to gut into mud almost knee-deep.
MiscKt.i.ANrioua Tho Molliu Jtooro had
10,000 feet luiiibf r for St. Louis.
Tho Sam Roberts took two barges of salt
and tho hull of the now ferryboat belonging
to J. L. Thomas ot Council Hltttls to St.
The Chcrokeo added 1W hero for the
Tho Messenger discharged OS tons for tho
South, and has u good trip of Pittsburg
freight for St. Louis.
Thu Idlevvlld got oil her roost at America
bar alter daylight yesterday morning, hav
ing been aground lor about thirty-six hours,
Shu brought a good trip of bay andpotutoes
for thu South.
Tho Mohawk wont down looao to holp tho
Future City up with her tow.
Tho Keokuk hat u bargo of stoves for St
Louis, This was tho Keokuk'a first appear
ance atour wharf since hor well remem
bered "yellow fever trip."
Tho Chat, II. Church got out without any
further troublo utter leaving "Horsetail."
Jordon, her clerk, thinks "horsotull 11 pleco
of tall no boat can resist," Sho has a lair
tripol freight and It full of people,
Tlio Arkansas Hollo brought 410 bundles
of spokes, etc., and ten tons sundries lor the
south; and 420 bbls and 315 sacks potatoes
for St. Lola, Wo aro Indebted to Capt, Hen
Howard, Mr. Walter Penning, and tho pilots
of tho Arkansas Hello for information con.
corning tho condition of tho Henry Probas
co, and especially to Capt. Howard for a
diagram of tho locality of tho disaster. H
appears that tho pilot of tho ,1'robasco, ow
ing to tho tmoky atmosphere, mistook tho
marks of tho channel at tho foot of tho
chain, and run up along tho Illinois thoro
about three hundred yards above the wreck
of tho old Northern, and thou stood out to
maka tho crossing, running toward tho
wreek of tho Swance. About half way be
tween tho shore and this wreck tho boat
truck a largo rook, which completely shat
tered her bow, and sho sunk almost irnmo
dlately, tho how ttill hanging on tho rock
flhe Ilea badly humped tip amldililp and
tlio top of tho letters nn thcttarhoard wlicc'
house, whllo hcrlowcrlarboard guard It out.
In all other respects tha disaster occurred
as reported yesterday. After daylight yes
terday morning tho ferryboat Cairo was sent
to her assistance, and tlio Idlevvlld, as she
passed up towards noon, took thu Probas
co'h people forward. They had romalned
on the open barge all night and In thu rain
of yesterday morning, os may be imagined
their condition was not an enviable o-ic.
The Prubasco wilt undoubtedly prove, n
total loss. Tho T. F, Eckcrt wilt leave some,
time to-day to ralso her If poslble, or to
wreck her. It Is gratllylng to know, how
ever, that with Ml tho inu'lilng up of tho
Probasco 110 lives wcrn lost, and as sho had
llttlu or no Irelght, the disaster Is compara
Thu John II. Maud took 2,500 bales cotton
and 2,100 tucks seed Into New Orleans List
trip, and thu Hello I.cc2,I.V bales cotton and
r,819 sacks seed.
Thu R. E. Leo went Into New Orleans
on her last trip with 4,VM bales cotton, und
4,2.12 sacks seed. The Kallu took In 2,2'Ji
bales cotton, und 9,17'J sacks seed ; this Is
the largest lot ol seed taken In by ono boat
Thu azoo river pilots have signed, sealed
and dcllvcicd an agreement to thu effect
that they do, vault and evtry one, agree and
bind themselves not to pilot uny Yuzoo river
boat for a salary lets than (200 per month,
and that the v wilt not accept emplojment
on any boat whereon It employed any idiot
ut a salary less than that amount.
Tho Louisvillo 'Courier-Journal of thu
Tlio Nick Longworth, Capt. Lew Kates,
arrived from Cincinnati yctcrday evening
and received hcru forty tons ol Iron pipe
and several tons of miscellaneous Irelght,
and had engagements to-day lor considera
ble more Irelght which caused her to lay
Tho Memphis ATalsncho tays:
Tho Snagboat DcRussev camo lu ten das
out from Cairo, having cleared out a lew
snags us she catnu along. .Sho goes below
to.day, and wlllllktly clear out obstructions
below. Elforts were going on yesterday to
havo her pull thu old wreck of tho R. P.
Walt aw.iy from the landing, where It lies
near the loot of Jefferson street.
The St. Louis 'Times' has the following
The Exporter his withdrawn her "Inde
pendent" advertisement. Captain Williams
liavlcg concluded to load her ut tbo Merch
ants' southern wharlboat.
Mr, George A. Reader, clerk of the R. A.
llabbage, has Invented and perfected a new
system of wages and Interest tablo, which
he Is now using on that boat. It Is believed
that It wilt come In general uso with steam
boats and all ctabllshmocta whero labor Is
PIANO FOR .SALR.-Enqulrc at No. l.'O
Washington aveuuo. 11-21 tt
JUST received and for sale, 200 boxes ol
very tine cream cheese at 11 cents per pound
whoh sale, by G. M. Al.DkN & Co,
IF you want bargains go to 1 1. art man's.
Latest style hats $1 M. Country kilt socka
M cents a pair. Acomplctu suit for i'J 00.
All wool delaines 17 cents. Extra heavy
blankets $ 1 .V).
NOTICE. 1 take this methed of Inform
lng tho public that 1 have returned to the
vtiy, nn 1 am now prepared to till ordura for
photographs at my Gallery, corner ot
Eighth street aud Commercial avenue.
J. J. THOMAS,
GERMAN' .SCHOOL HALL. A ball will
be given at Scheel't hall on the 27th, (Thanks
giving), lor the benellt of thu German
school. A general Invitation Is extended
to the Irleuds of tho friends of tho school,
and all other w ho deslie to attend. 1-15 tf
Phillips und Hnggt',
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
NOTICE On and niter Monday, Novem
ber a, and through the winter, a warm lunch
will be spread at thu Thalia saloon, opposite
TlIK HtiM.KTiN ofllec, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of tho season.
11-1 lm A. J.vi:cki:i., Pruprlctoi.
NOTICI-llsliig determined to closu my
business house, I shall Irom and after this
date, uull for :ah only. All poons in
debted to me are respectfully lcquustcd to
clove, their accounts immediately. Charles
I). Arter Is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, ami receipt ull claims duo me.
D. AH 1 Kit,
FRED. STITCHER has purchased the
barber shop of Geo, Reining, who retires
for thu benellt of his health, Tho shop Is
located 011 Commercial aventto, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, and its
new proprietor Is determined to make it
flrst-clas lu every particular. Ho invites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
WANTED Five tons ol dry corn hutkt
lobules or sacks. Iiirmnttres maklnir. dehv.
itihI nt (). W. llli'U's factory, onnnsttn
Greenfield's ferry, 011 tho Mississippi lovce
EBTiluslc tieils tilled at tlio sliop. 1 110 Dent
anil .liftntinkt nt f rk,ni nlnl tilllnwa pl'nr
otfered In this market, for salo ut G. AY.
Whltlock't, corner Tenth ttreet and Wash
ington avenuo. ll-lSlm
MRS. MATT IK HOWELL, hairdresser
und dealer in all kinds of human hair,
switches, curls, Ucttes, braids, etc., takes
this method ot Informing her friends und
tho public generally, that sho has removed
her store from Washington to Commercial
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets,
whero sho will bo pleased to welcome nil
her old frsends and customers. Mrs. Sovvell
has added larOcly to her atock of lino
switches, curls, etc., and will sell as low at
any dealer in tho city. 11-22 Iw
Ah thero has been 0 lie rod lu this market
autnferloa quality of oil, under tho name
of Aurora oil, 1 deem It necessary to state
that 1 am dole proprietor ot thoabnvu named
oil lu tliti county, and than prosucutu any
Infringement on thu patent right.
11-53 tf. 11, V, l'ARKKll,
GO AND CONSULT
Madame Do Graff,
Scur and Clairvoyant.
Sho It tho seventh daugtor of tho seventh
daughter, Sho can ho consulted at her suit
of parlors ut tho Arllngtln house, first Hour,
comor of Hovonth street and Commercial
avcmio, Cairo, for n short tlino only. Sho
gives advice on all business matters: tells
how to recover lost or stolen property ; tells
of lovers, mid oven tells tho name of tho
person you aro to mary. Fco, ?l. All let.
tors answered promptly by Inclosing $1 aud
stamp. Hours from S a.m. to 10 p 111,
MR. FRED. WINTEIUIERO hat Just re
turned Irom bt. Louis, whero ho purchased
at tlno a atock ol the various grades of line
leather as was over brought to this city, and
propoaea to work It into boots and shoos lor
bis customers, Ho makes flno boots a ape-
with nnv boot iiakcr In this cltv In this lino
ot work. Ho employs uono but tho best
workmen, ami as a uonscnitenco turns nut
only first class work. Whllo lu at. Louis he
visited all tho principal shops and secured
patemso! all the latest stjlcs and Improve
ments, and will give his customers thu ben
elltol them. Work donu promptly and on
short notice. All work warranted. 11-20 lot
EUJj KR K,
Hoot and thou maker,TvTcntlethfitrcet, be
tween Washington avenuo and Poplar
street, Is prepared to 'make boots anil sho-js
In the latest and most fashionable styles.
Ho will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out ol tho best and
fre-hest stock, of which he always has a
good supply on bund from which to make
polectlom. All fitting of boots and shoes
miido by Mr, hhlers Is dono In his own shop
no foreign fitting being used by htm,
Glvo him a call, and he will give you satis
faction. VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively In gentlemen's clothing and gent's
furnishing goods.aml hating on hand a hrgo
and well ussorted stock of lull and wlnterdry
goods, notions, etc , etc., which wodcslru to
close out cntlroly, we tako this method to
Inform the public that wo shall, after Nov
ember 1st, soil all goods In our storu lu the
dry good line, at first cost. All ourgoods
wcru bought at tho lowest market prlce.and
are fresh ond suitable for this season. Thoe
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call on us beforo purchasing elsewhere.
Ht.UM A: Ansom,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, between J.
Hurgcr and Elliott ,t Hay thorn. 11-1-lm.
Sl'UOIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Uah and Steamtlttlng nn short notlco
Ilross' Mock; -2Stf.
Go to Halley's for tho Hurnott steam
cooking vcisnl, U-C-lm
(Jo to Halley's for. good biirgnins In
siooklng und heating stoves. 11-0-lm
lr you want tho beat boof ttoak in tho
city, e;o to S. l'attcrton's, corner of Ninth
and Walnut streets. lw
Tub Kuropoan hotel, Ilar.'y Walker
proprietor, is o,ion ut all hours of tho
night. 11 -7.1m
It' you wunt things clean and nlco you
will go to Pattorion'a meat market, cor
ner of Ninth and Walnut strcts. lw
Foil a rrood louaro meal 1:0 lo Harry
Wn knr'i restaurant. (JoniiiinrciRl nvontio
bolwuon Sovcnth and Eighth street, lm
S. I'attkiison, on tbo cornur of Ninth.
and Walnut etrnots will keep froih tlsli on
1'rlJay, If tbu sumo can bo had. lvv
(Jo to S. Putturson's, corner of Ninth
and Walnut atreets, for tho host eauiago
in tho city. 1 w
Fon oar and steam Uttini? go to Ren-
nlo't Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenuo, foot of Ninth ttreet 0-10-tf
All kindt of game constantly on hand
at Hurry Wnlkor'a, Comtnerolat ivvenuo
botwoou Seventh and Eighth streuts.
H. I'attehsox, on tho corner ef Ninth
and lYnlnnt streuts. has Cmrlcv J' Inch
employed to cut all kinds of meat and
mako sausago Call anil iej for yoursolvet.
HaI.i.ky koops tho colobratoil "Fash
ion,'' tho "Monitor," tho "Ludy Guy," tho
"Alaki, " and numerous other good cook
ttoves; and nil stylos or boating stovw,
which hu otTcrs low for cash.
lly Uurtman, n Ann
At n groat bargain.
Call at Ilartmiin's. aalcsrooin. 105 Com
V. Fitzgerald nt his rooms, corner
Fourteenth ttroot an 1 Commercial two
nuo, offers for eulo Guinness' l'orter V
Rasa' ales and pure Honnessy brandy,
and the gonuinn Angosturo bittorit, nil
Uret-class uholora cures. Try thniii
Notiob It boroby givon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployes of The Oaiiio Rullbtin, oithor
or thomaelvot or for tho use of tho otllco
unlueo tho fa mo ar furnlabcd on nn ordor
(Ignod by Mr. Hurnott or mysolf.
12-20-ly John U. Oukiily.
R. JoNr.H, futhionablo boot and shoe
maker. Cork solos, .Scotch bottoms, und
tho latest improvements in tho lino of his
business. Only tho boat ana most com
polont workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclass In evory rcspoct.
Shop on Commercial avonuo, near comor
of Tenth etreot. 10-7-tf
A New Kntkhi'IUhk. Dr. R. F. Field
will run a lino of hacks botwoen Cairo
nnd tho torminua of tho Cairo, Arkansns
A: Xoxm railroad, making two trip each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. 111., und
and 2jo'clock, p. m., making closo con
nection with tho trains on that road.
Ordora for pasiongors or baggago should
bo loft at Field's stable, nn lOih elroot.
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlst physi
cian, lato of Shawnuntown, has located In
this city nnd intends making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cnlro woll rucom
mendod, and refers to tho olllcors of tho
First National bank of Khavvnuotown, to
whom ho is woll known, having pructU'oil
hit profession among them for years. Ho
solicits n fair aharo of thu putronago of
ourcltlzont. Olllco 140 Commorclal nvo
ntio. 7 i!0-tf
Tiir. barber thop is on tho corner of
Eighth ttrcot nnd Commorclal avenuo
whero J, lioorgo Stiouliouso with his gen
tlflinanly assistants can ho found at any
hour of tho day or night, roady to tnotuo
your fcollnge with a smooth shave, or cool
your tomper nnd head with 11 good sham
poo. It is n llrtt-clara thop, nnd you aro
turo of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' nnd children's liulr cut or curled
aftor tho most npprovod etyloa. B-15-tf
Two llattorios of two Hoilora, each 24
foot long, 42 Inch Dram, i! 14 Inch Flues
with flrn fronts. Mud nnd Stonm tlruint
Snfoty nnd .Mud vnlvos, Chlmnoy and
Iiritchln, all complete and In flrtt-clata
orderji boon uaod only throo montht. For
price, etc., Inqulro ot J. T. Rennik,
I tnko tlila opportunity to Inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rem mo my pracllcn In tho city
of Cnlro on or about tho 1st of lWflmhor.
0.30.tr. P. L. WILLIAM, Dontlat.
A clergyman, whllo raiding in South
America at n missionary, dltcovorol n
afo nnd slmplo romedy for tho euro of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseases of
tho urinary and seminal organs, and tho
wholii train of disorders brought on by
banoful and vicious habits. Great num
bers havo boun etirod by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a de.slro to benefit tho nf
lllctud nnd unfortunate, 1 will tend tbo
rerolrt for preparing nnd using this mod
iolus in n sonlcil envolopo to anyone, who
noods it,r of r.liaryf. Addrort
.Jihkpii T. Inma.v,
Station 1), Hiblo House, Now York,
August '20, 1 yr
Illrd, -Mr Ilattlo M Hush, Mary A
Hums, Louisa liontia, Ootnvin
Hutlor, Mary Cnnlnu, Annlo-i
Coyno, Mary Cbenoy, I.uclndu
Cunningham, L (1 Clltie, Eviv
Deaton, Mary Davis, Ada
Dunlap, l'riscllln Glynn, Catherine
Hcndurson, Olivu A Hill, Sarah
Hays, Multlo llcndcrton, S A
Johnson, Fnnulo .liunos, Widow
Kano, Junnio Lyne, .Mlntrva
Mnynrt, Mary McOco, Mra. Wm V
Miller, Mollln MoDougal, Carrio A
Maboe, Minnio Nichols, Frances
Purry, Inrgaret Piorion, Molllo
Purslov. Cnroliuo Ronur. Godlo
Shnw, Maria SlieilV, Marv
.ipnrki, Ilattlo Htovrns, Susan
Thornton, Mnltlo Wnshingtnn, Molllo
Williams, Addio AVulsb, Mra R
Anderson, Goo V V Hunnott, Stephen D
Hvchannnn, Ju W Hruadtn, John L
Hunnott, John II Hurry, John A
llrown, Dennis Coulsou, W F
Glve1und, H C&rtor, Lauding
Ooopur, ,1 W !I Cross, John
Cureton, Jorry Carr, Henry
Chltman, Henry Dinny, Hen
Duncnn; Cbarlci Egbort, F V 2
Elrod, T II Forrostor, Charlis
Fitzgerald, Vatrick Gumme, O 11
Gleasos, K T llutxon, Rsjihuse
Hire, Peter Hurris, .1 AV
Hamilton, J P Hatch, Fount
Hindi', Choi T Jo by, Jo.eph
.Ir.r, A V, .Isck, Robt.
Knapp, James Kennoy. Fred
Kolly, S.M Lowis, James E
Montcomurov. Wm Morcun. Wm
iloore, Zichnrlah Jlc.Mackln, Wm
Mooro. Tobo McLnno. Patrick
McGinnls, RJ Mulvcy, John
Mulllns. J II Muyos, .1 T
Mnrcan-JJ .Mills. Frank
McDiile, G W Norrls, (loo W
Niutxl, Carl rsortniovor, U &
Nicholas, J II Nancy, M K
Onkes, Lyman Oxley, R P
Perkins, Daniel l'orter, IJ U
Reynolds, W Riddle, Levi
Runsh. Jno Riodcn, K C
Smith, Auguatua Stuvons, W V 3
Stump, Wm Simpklna. Olivo
Sullivan, .lolin awunK, .ins a
Stowurt, Jus U Ktavos, Joseph
Scott, J H, Sprouio, (Jeorgo
Sampson, V n blionso, iv 11 i
Hlirouos, Aitjnri inmpesi, vnariiu
Taylor, Carey Tucker, James
V underbill, I) O Vanco W II
Washburn, Frank Ward, E A
Voiinir, E Wnlndorlick, F S
ii'.i ruii .r,,i. u'n,.i x 11
Weddlngton, N" II Willia'riuon, Thomas
llaruy a JO Harris cc 00
Strutz it Co.
(J. W. MeKr.Ain, P. M
"Fool darn to Ircad wboro Anguls
laahful look." For an illustration, ico
tho foolish presumption of aomo avari
cious Honor dcnlers in tampering with
tho livos of tho innoront by palming r IT
a poisonous decoction, etttior by inu gni
Ion or In counterfoil bottles and labels
for Dr. McCubu's gonulno Modicutcd
llrnudy. 1 l-ID.il&w-'Jw.
tTo lr. llpury'si AVorld'a Toailo unl
it la the great household remedy, pleasant to
'alec, yet potent for the prevantlon and cure of
.lif'iiiss. It la better Uian lllttrra, uorcuai,
tiiiclm or Saraaparllla, Sold by Druggists
Or. IIoury'N Itoot mill IMrvnt Plllaw
Jflld yet thorough no nausea orfrrlplnsr n
drrly vegetable grrat liver remedy. Price SJ
rents. Sold by Druggists.
Jim. Whllroml' Nyrup.
Tlie great soothing remedy. Prlco on'.y 25
:rnta. Gives rest to tho mother aud health to
!ho child Sold by Drugglatt.
Interestlns Work, Enlarged Edition, New
tngravlngs, Two-hundred and alxty Tagrs,
filce CO cents, Addreaa Dr. Hctts' Disi iTn
liir, i: North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
WIIITKUOLLAU PLANING MILL
N WA.I.TUU-, S'roprlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POS1V
UOORH, HAH II, BLINDS
S T R A M H O A T TjUMIIK It,
KarnlshMl on phnrlwt netie
Uommorcinl avonuo, between Tooth nn.l
HI O OLB Tl3DE1
Corner Twelfth stroot and Washington Av e
J. C. EUELS,
(Late of St. Louis,)
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
ni . s.,tr iinmrQnrnvnt-vilftsiTliitlnndnnn
with' neat'"1" nd dlsp'itch. All kinds of
ruling il' M tHT rllo. Widen, .Mtlslo.
MauazliuflUldrorloaioaJ hound neat and
ounty worK, such as Records, Dockets
t ea hooks, manna, oic.. ""'yv" ,),
bitsrt'ool NswTork hi Pblladelphu
vsnt ensTasci with carrms itatm aid aainia
Vol Csrrjin tbe Malls
b"OR PA8SAOK TICKETS
on tcarnaa oaino
PTLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt
ISHroadway Naw-Tork, or to
M. Mo nut.
Miss A. I'llll.I.irs. Mlt9. L. T.;illtIGU't
COMMERCIAL AVENUE, HETWEEN
NINTH AND TENTH STS.
CAIRO AND PADUGAH
Tbo splAndbt stomr
Dick Kowlkii, C&ptaln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxcopted) at
I p.m For freight or passage apply on boat
or to ,Iah. Malliihy. Ag't.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
llBTWKKM WAHtl'N AVKNUE AND WALNUI
Dr. II. P. t'lel.ls Informs la puhtlo Hist hn tia
L 1 VERY S T A II Li E
on the Dorlhwxt side of Tntb MroM as nam
H'jiLUs will tm furnished with none tmt In
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo nceornmodated at al
hours of tho day and night with safe tcumi
011 the loTvi"t term.
Dr. Fields nks a Fharo of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strlot attention to bllsl
B. F. BLAKE,
(Succos'or to II. T. Gcrollld,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Gas a nu Steam 1'ipk Fittinos.
OI.OIli: AMI A.Xil.K VAI.VM,
LEAD PIPE AND PUMPS
G LORES, ETC.
IC7rDrlve wells nut down In any part ol
tho city or surrounding country.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
(Succeskor to II. Thlelecko.)
Ilrntrr In All Kluil
IIKTWEK.V TENTH AND KLEVBNTIl BTIIKKTS
Having purchased tho grocery establish
ment of 11. I'hielecke, I shall always keep
3ii baud a lull and fresh supply nf all tho best
cnods in my line, to bo round In tho market
lly strict attention lo business, and lair deal
ing, I hope not only to retain all the custom
thu place has enjoyed in tho past, but to add
to tho list many nuvv patrons. Asking
lair share of public putronago,
Jttmpeutrillly, IlKllMAN SCIIMinSTOUKK
F. W. STRA UTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Cor. fjth St. and Commercial Avo.
Hoots and Shoea mado to ordcr.and In
Cielatost and most fashionable styles.
WARD k RORKRTS,
Dealeus ik Window Shades,
Wall Pavkii, I'uhe White
Lead, Linhukd Oil
Si-iiiiTi TirnrKNTiNB, Glue
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc,
120 Commorclal avenue.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMKKU OF ALL KINDS
IIAUD ANU MYT.
Keep constantly on liana
FLOORINO AND SllUNO, ALSO L.VTH.
MILL AND TABD COHNKH TniRTT-FOURTH
BTRKKT AND OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 7-30 tt
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
vumKNOK No. l Thirlsenlh atrl, I
Wtf hiiioD .T.nu. sn.1 W.lpu. .tit
,)! c,)romr"l''B"."'' '"
U. W. DUNNING, M. .
THE UULLKTIN binder