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1'HB CAIRO DAILY 1SULLET1M, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 2C, iaA
'LOCAt WEATHER REPORT.
Okhrvir'H Offi'ik, Caiko, I
November 22, 10:11 p.m., 173. J
Urometer, n0:03 degroo.
Thermometer, it degrocs.
Wind calm. Velocity 12 mllci per
Wcatlior licnvy ritn
Maximum temperature lor hut 21 hour",
Mlnlmtim temperature Inr the last 2I hours
Prevailing wind for last 21 hours, south
Total number of mile traveled by wind
during latt2l hours, I'M.
Observer Signal Service. U.S. A
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Till Tiu-silny Evening, Nov. t!fi, See
or the young and brilliant artlat MISS
TAXfUTT B. PRICE
Who will appear by universal r( quest in her
The Evening's entertainment to conclude
wiiu ine laugnuiue urce oi
M played by thin company only.
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OFFICE: Ohio Lever, ovr Matbuss &
BbJ-.Vont iu( I'irtl-Clau Compamtt
HAFPORD, MOKUI8 & OANDEE,
73 Ohio 1V.
C1TT NATIONAL UAHK IIVILDINU
The oldest established Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing over
SC5,000,000 00 1
r the bet Inturance Capital oi the
' -- I.4WTKIU,
SAMUEL 1. WIIHELEU,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office ovor First National bank. S-IMm
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ogee over First National bank. 3-1 6-3 m
John 11. Mulkey. Willam C. Mulkey
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ofllce: Eighth street, betvfeen Commer
altland Washington avenuea.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (Iimd. 1
William n Gllbcrl. V CAIRO, ILMNOIB,
Miles P. oll.ert, )
aW8poiil atUation gla Admiralty and
OFTICE OHIO LEVEE, BOOII8 T aed Bovbm
OITT EATIONAL HAWK.
Corner Twelfth atreet and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of St. Louli,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
1ILANK BOOKS or every description done,
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice. Illblea, Music.
Maeazlnca and Periodicals bound neat and
at tho lowest possible rates.
ounty work, such as Itccords, Dockets
Fat Books, Illanki, etc., made a f peclallty
Hoses, rocket Hooks, Knve lopes, ate
m 1e to order 11-34
BBAIi UTATB ASEHCT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT8
74 (MOOVU VLOOB) OHIO L1YEE,
Bar and Sill Rial Ebtaii,
f UBN1BH AB8TBAOT8 OF TITLB
Hi prepare omtctmm) ef Hladsi
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Kikiii.ru St IlKO.'ri new sauivgo and bo
logna manufactory I doing a lino business
already, Fred leaves lor tho south to-morrow
In the Interest or bis new establish
mailt. TllK lorcmoet wheels ot tho engine ol
H,e down train on the Illinois Central
tcrday afternoon run oil' tliu track a sbor1
distance this side of Cllln. Only :i low
mtiiiitu tttnu whi lut, however, In getting
them back. ,
Mll.l.Klt.V SMITH, tho nuw proptletcr ol
tliu Com iiorelal hotel, willeptcad a Thanks
giving supper, Thursday night next. M. Si
8. propose to in uk i: thli the mod enjoyable
I'ntert.'iliiment or the soaon for our colored
fellow citizen. Among the other attrac
tions ol tho evening will bo a dance.
TllK "drop" In tho prlcii of dry goods
enable CIisiI llunny to give bargains to
tin; public. Ho run sell bettor goods at
lower price than any merchant In the cliy,
at he verily believes. His stock la fresh ami
comileti) ; ho Is one of our fairest and host
merchants; and ho deserve the largo pat
ronage hu Is receiving.
PROCURE ticket" for the grand hall to
be given tindcrtheuiisplccs'or the Delta City
fr'lru company on board tho steamer Great
Itepubllc, Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday
the 2Cth Inst. Tljla ts ft, udmlltlng gent
and ladle. Supper extra. Every propura
Hon Is being made by the committee ol ar
rangement to make this ball the one grand
event ol the truson. The una of intoxicat
ing beverage will poMlvely bo prohibited
on boar the boat.
Dki.ta City Finn Co.
I1AU.KY keps tho celebrated "Kli
Ion,'' tho "Monitor," the "Lady Oay," the
"Alaskl," and numerous other good cook
stoves ; and all styles or heating stove",
which ho oilers low for cash.
The Throe Status furryboat will leavo
the Illinois C'ontral wharfboat at 8 and 3
p. ra., and Phillip' wharfboat at 8 ani
OJ to convey thoio persons who with to
atund the Delta Firo company's ball on
the steamer Great Republic, Wednesday
UTeniog. Thuru will also bo carriages on
band to convoy parties to and from tho
KoUH new freight curs belonging to tho
Illinois Central through lino from
Chicago to New Orleans arrived horo
yedorday. They aro substantially built,
and their arrival hero marks a new era in
tho railroad affairs of this city. TheT
wuro loaded with freight for Now Orleans
but as track-laying on tbo Misiiislppi
Central has not yet boen completed they
were roloadcd and will bo returned to
Chicsgo from this place.
Dax ISAHitr, a calker; and a rnoit noto
riously bad man, got Into a row with a lot
of bvwds in a houio near tho corner of
Twelfth street and Commercial avenue,
on Sunday night, in which ho received
a cumber of dangerous stall. Mri..Mck
and two of her suns were arrested for do
ing tho cutting. Thar wr in !
haarlng yesterday alternoon, but owing
to tli absenco of Important witnesses tho
caco was postponed until 10 o'clock this
Tiik Atbencum was densely crowded
last night to witness tba reappearanco in
this city of Miss Fannio li. Price, after an
absonca of many yean. The audience
was composed largely of tho beat and
more intelligent people of the city, and
we are not going too far when wo auy
that tho performance was fully up to the
anticipations oi tboio who witnesicd it.
At tho late hour at which wo writo it it
impossible to individualizo and rnontion
tho numerous characters of the play. Wo
roust be content with saying it was excel
lent, and gavo unanimous latiifaction.
To-night Miss Prico will appear in her
farorito charactor of Leah, with Mr. D.
Ilancbolt'at Father Lorenzo; Mill Julia
Ilanchottas Marie; Miss Anna Jatnlion
as llelah, andMies Ella llallny as Rosel.
Moisrs. Moldrum, Murray, (Jarvuy and
Smith will also tako part in tho play
Go early to securo teats.
Special meeting of tho City Council called
by the Mayor for tho appointment ol
otlicors and for goneral bueinois.
Council Chamber, 1
Caiko, November 21, 1 873, "J p.m.
Prcsont His honor, Mayor Wood and
Aldermen Korsmoyor, McGauloy, Morris,
Nellis, Phillips and Robinson C.
On motion tho reading of tho minutes
wero dispensod with.
A bill for an ordinnnco entitled "an or
dinance to amend Section -15 of Ordidanco
No, 7 to incroaso tho jmymont for retail
liquors license, " was road a second time.
Aldurman Morris moved to adopt. Lost
by tho following vote: Ayes Morris,
Nellls and Robinson 3. Nays Ivors
moyer, McGauloy and Phlllis 3.
FINANCE COMMITTER nEI'OIlT.
The finance committeo reported tl at
the auditor of stato has levied u sum suf
ficient to pay the interest on tho C. and V.
R. R., bonds itsued by tho city, and that a
sufficient amount ot money is already in
tho treasury to pay tbo interest on tho C.
and St. L. R. 11 , bonds for tho onsuing
yoar, thoy tborofore rccommond that tho
ordinanco committo bo Instructed to
report an amendment to Ordinance No,
CI striking out sections 4 and & of tho
same. On motion of Alderman Robin
son said roport was rocoived. On motion
of Aldorman Nollis thi recommendation
theroin contained was concurred in.
NEW VOI.ICE COHSTAIII.KS.
In acoordanco with the resolution
adopted at tho mooting of tho council on
the 18th Inst., tho mayor nominated John
Ilogau for tho position of police consta
ble. Mr. Ilugan was elected by the follow
Ingvoto: Yess Korstneyor, McGauley,
Morris, Nollis, Phillips and Robinson 0,
Nay 0, Tho mayor also nominated Jno.
Sheeban for tho position of police consta
ble, under authority of tho samo resolu
tion. Mr, Sbeoban was oleoted by tho
following Toto: Yeas Korsmoyor, Mc
Gauley, Morris, Nollis, Phillips and Rob
inson 0. Nay 0.
On motion of Alderman Korimeyer
tne council adjourned.
M. J. IIowLir, City Cltrk.
Piurit Current Orrtui,
Monday Kvo., Nor. 24, 1873.
Tho wook opens with a brisk market for
corn and oats, and alio displays somo .(
llvity in hay with not much of tho UlUr
cornmodlly otfeiing, most receipts biting
hold by ordor of shippers for higher
prices. Flour continues heavy and dull
comes in freely and sales aro slow.
Storks nro laago and increasing, Corn
meat is In light supply and small demand.
$ 2 C5 is the ruling flguro on choleo brands.
Iluttor Is plenty and unchanged. Kggs
scarcer with an upward tendency I"
prices. Poultry, especially livn, is plenty
and dull. Choleo npploi arn in active de
mand and sell readily at $ ll 60.
Die woHlher has bt,en stormy and had
for threo days past but changed for tho
bettor thia afternoon and thero Is a fair
prospect for a pleasant buslnoss work.
HI It MAKICKT.
DCorrospondonts should bear in mind
that theso quotations are for rout"' lots
from first bands. For broken ana smai.
lots, and In filling orders, an advance
li charged over thesn prlcof.jrjn
FLOUR Dull and heavy. Transac
Hons are small and receipts aro large,
s'.ocks aro heavy and Increasing erory day
Halm embrace about 1200 bbls as follows:
'2(j0 bbls various grades t' 608 CO; 100
bbls do dp on cah orders $5 COgS 75:
300 bbls " L'hl's Triumph" sold on private
terms; 'J00 bbls choice XXX sold to ar
rive at 7 75 ; 300 bbls XXX to arrivo at
JC CO; 100 bbls XXX to arrivo C CO
and 1 car loud XX sold at 5 50.
HAY Thero Is a fair enquiry for both
mixed and timothy to-day, and not much
offering, receipts am fair but most tha1
com in to-day was taken In stnro on ship
pers orders to wait for an advance. Wo
nolo sales 2 cars gool mixed tlCl7 del;
2 cars prlrno timothy del $1C; '2 cars
cboico timothy del 17 and 2 cars do sold
at $1C CO dul.
CORN Hecuipts of mixed are very
liberal and tbo demand for shipping Is
steady and likely to continue so. The de
mand for white is small. Sales were 18
cars old mixad in bulk on track at 43c;
3 cars whit in hulk on track 43044c; 10
cars mixed in sacks dl t'Jc and 2 cars
OATS There is a steady demand for
all that arrive. Prices are firm at 444Cc
in sacks del and 3639c in bulk on
Wo nolo sales of 1 car mlztd in sacks
del 43c; 7 cars do in bulk on track 3b
Z'Jc; 2 cars do la tacks del 44c; 3 cars
do do 15c ; 1 car strictly choice, black in
bulk sold at COo and 1 car white in eacks
CORN MEAL Receipts aro email and
the supply and demand limited. Prices
art firm and should tho demand increase
in corn as at preisent, prices will go
hlghsr. 2 Uj Is the rising figures on
choico brands. Sales were 1 car "Song
ers"i'.' 25 del; 300 bbls cboico steam
lctA 41 s oa i aw f w .ua
1 car green meal sold at 'J CO.
UltAN Quiet. Sales wero 1 car corn
bran 13 del; 2 cars wheat bran fI4 del
and 3'J5 do dol $15 V ton.
UUTTEU Unchanged. Recelps are
liberal and demand lair for choice, 25c is
tbo ruling price. Sales wero 10 pkgs
roll and packed 2225c; 5 pkgs choice
roll 25c; 800 pounds choico northornJSc;
400 pounds choico roll 25c; 600 pounds do
U5'.'8e and COO pounds do 21l!5c.
EGGS Tho demand is activo and
market bare. Rcceips aro all takon on
arrival. Sales wero 1,'J00 dozen, shippors
count at 25c and 300 dozon do 23c.
CHICKENS Livo poultry of all kinds
are a dreg in tbo market, dressed poultry
finds a moro ready sale, but tbo wrathor is
not yet cold enough to warrant heavy
shipments. Sales wero 'JO dozen live
$1 C02 50 and 25 dozen dreitod $2 50.
TURKEYS Quiet. 6 doi live sold at
I012 and COO Ibi dressed sold at 11
13Jc V pound.
ORANGES Small demand, 12 bbla
sold at $10 is all wo havo to roport.
APPLES Tho demand for choice is
stoady and prices firm. Wo noto sales of
100 bbls cboico northorn at f l4 CO and
CO bbls $34 SO.
POTATOES-Scareo. Quoted at $3
barrel. Sales only 100 bbls damagod, at
CIDER Wo noto sales of 10 bbls at
CHEESE 40 boxes cream ohteso lold
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rcsumo my practlco in tho city
of Cairo on or about tbo 1st of Docombor.
0-30-tf. P. L. Williams, Dontlst.
A clorgyman, wliilo residing in South
Amorica as a missionary, discovorol a
tafo and slmplo remedy for the euro of
norvous weakness, early docay, dlseasos of
tho urinary and seminal organs, and tho
whole train of dlsordors brought on by
banoful and vicious habits. Groat num
bers have beon cured by this noblo remedy.
Promptod by a doitiro to bonofit tho af
flicted and unforlunato, I will sond tho
rocelpt tor proparing and usitg this mod-
icine in a sealed cnvelopo, to anyone who
noods it,r of charge. Addross
Joski'U T. Inman,
Station D, HI bio House, Now York.
August 26, 1 yr
A Nxw Enterprise Dr. O. F. Fiold
will run a line of backs botweon Cairo
and tho terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
& Toxaa railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and JJo'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for passengers or baggago should
bo left at Field's stable, on 10th street.
It. Jonih, fasbionablo boot and shoe
makor. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest improvements in the lino uf his
buslnoss. Only tho best ana rnoit com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo firstclass in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
A lllll V A 1.9
and departures for tbo 21 houri ending at (I
p. in. inn cvcmni; :
Quickstep . ts s
8 II l-ong
.lames I) Parker....
Jity of Cbostnr
City or Alton
8 11 Iing
Jnmes I) Parkor
City of Chester
... Mound City
Hello or Memphis.
T F Kckort
II la Huchc
City of Helena,
To sunken Alaska
Tho rivor at this point
has risen C Inches during tho past 24
hours. Tbo total riio sloco the l'Jth has
been a little over 2 feet.
Hl'binxss and Weather. Tho
weather was clear and cold during yes
terday afternoon. During night before
last a iaro amount of rain fell, and from
what we can learn, it was prottv gener
ally along tho Ohio and its tributaries. If
ho we may look for at least six feet more
water whfch will placo 13 feet C inches
on tho guage. Uuslneis in river circles
seems to ko Improving a little. Yesterday
thero was a large amount of frolght on
tho tracks southward bound.
Tbo T.K. Kciert was callod from the
Henry Probssco to raiso the Alaska whore
she was sank last Friday night a little be
low Cbarlio Riley's landing. Sbo lies easy
with tho watsr to hor shaft and lovers aft,
and her lower deck dry from the cabins
forward and ean bo speedily raised.
Tho bow of tbo Henry Probaico is shat
tered for fifty feet and sho settled on a
rock that came up through hor hull be
neath tho doctor and broko her kolion in
two, Nevertheless the Eckcrt intends to
raise hor if the rivor does not raiso too
No ono was lost in tho accidont to tbe
Alaska and tba snag she struck was not
known to exist. It stands two-thirds of
the way from Cbarlio Rellleys landing to
the bar below and 1C0 yards from ahoro
Tbo Mohawk helped tho Futuro City,
up with her tow and took it to St. Loulr.
Orlean some tlmo to-day.
The Mary Houston mado somo addi
tions ber and Is well laJen for New Or
Tho new City of Alton had no trouble
had no troublo after leavfng Devil's is
land, and will fill out hero.
Tho Ella Hughes brought 25 barrels
whiskey for the foutb, and 40 torn iron for
Tbo Ron Franklin brought 100 sacks
driod fruit for Chicago, and has 05 bales
cotton for tho Ohio rlvtr.
Tbe St. Joseph reports tho Coal Hill
and barges aground at Kaekaskia, Liberty
No. 4 at Liborty Island, and tbo Dictator
and bages at Sheep Island.
The City of Helena brought 330 bales
cotton for the East via tho C. & V. rail
road, and will add 260 tons including the
Howard's freight and tbe iron brought by
tbe Ella Hughes for SI. Louis.
Dr. Lararty, homooopathist physi
cian, lato of Shawncetown, has locatod In
this city aad lntondi making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well rocom
mended, ana refors to the officers of tho
First Nations! bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom ho is well known, having practiced
his profossion among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tbo patronago of
our citizens. Office 140 Commercial avo
The barber shop is on tbo cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
whoro J. Georgo Stlenhouso with his gen
tlomanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feolings with a smooth shavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after tbo most approved stylos. B-I5-tf
Notio Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployes of Tni CAino Rcllxtin, either
or themselves or for tho use of tho office
unleso the samo are furnished on an order
(Ignod by Mr. Hurnott or myself.
12-20-ly JoriN 11. OniRLT,
Two llatteries of two llollors, each 24
feot long, '2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with firo fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safoty and Mud valves, Chimney and
Uritchln, all complete and in first-class
order; been used only throe months. For
price, etc., inqulro ot J. T. Rknnie,
0-28-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, cornor
Fourtoonth streot and Commercial avo
nuo, offers for sale Guinness' Porter &
Ilass' ales and pure Honnessy brandy,
and the genuine Ar.gosture bittors, all
flrst-clais cholera euros. Try tbem
8. Patterson, on tho cornor of Ninth
and Walnut streets, has Charloy Finch
employed to cut all kinds of meat and
mako snuiago. Call and see for yourselves.
Dy Hartman, a lino
At a groat bargain.
Call ut Ilartinan's salesroom, 105 Com
PIANO FOR SAI.lt, -Washington
F.niiilro at No. IN)
FOR HA I.E. At a birgaln. A beautlfnl
counter, walnut. top, ts feet long. Kuqulru
corner Thirlrcnlh and Walnut street, or at
Tiik lln.i.KTlN bindery. 11-20 Svv
JI'ST rerelved and for Jiile, 2(M hoxei ol
very linn cream cheoo at 1 1 rents per pound
wholi sale, by (I. t. Al.l.KN ,t Co.
it' you want bargains Ko to llartmanN.
Latest tj le linln $l 60. Country k It ock
35 cent n lr. A coinplelo still for i'j 00.
All Wool de'alne 1 1) rents. Ktri heavy
blankets H 50.
NOTICK.-I take this method or liitotn,.
Ing tho public that I have returned to Um
city, an I am now prepared to till order for
photographs at iny Gallery, corner ol
Eighth Mrci t and Commercial avenue.
J. .I. THOMAS,
GERMAN SCHOOL HALL. A ball will
be given at .Seheel'Kball on the 27th,(Tlianki
giving), lor the benefit or tho German
rchnol. A generul invitation li extended
to tho Irlendi ol tho IrlemN or the school,
and all other, w bo di lir to alii ml.l-l.Mf
Phillips and UriKK"',
Corner Tenth ami Commercial,
.NOTIG'B On and ulter Monday, Novem
ber il. and through the winter, a warm lunch
will bo spread at tho Thalia kiIooii, oppoiitc
Tliu lll'l.t.KTIN otllec, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the dellcaclen of tho itaon.
11-1 1 in A. Jaixkkl, Proprletoi.
"liAUfoF UNCLAIMED 11A(1(1A(1K.3
All baggage held lor charge at tho St.
Clmrlus hotel, and unclaimed previous to
that date, will ho sold at public auction on
Friday the 2illi day ot December, at 10
o'clock a.m., at llartman auction room.
11-25 30d F, D. RK-Xfouu, Proprietor.
NOTICE llDlng determined to cloo my
business house, 1 (hall from and after this
date, sell for :ah only. All persons In
debted to mo nro respectfully vequcsted to
cloie their accounts Immediately. Charles
D. Arter Is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all claims duo mo.
FRED. STITCHER hai purchased tho
barber shop of Geo. Reining, who retire
for the benefit or his health. Tho Miop la
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Klghtecnth xtrect, and its
new proprietor Is dctet mined to makn It
firt-claks In every particular. Ho invitee
public patronage. 10-2(1 lm
WANT ED Five tons of dry corn husks
In bale or tack", for mattress making, deliv
ered at G. W. Hick's factory, oppoMtc
Greenfield's ferry, on the Mississippi levcu
j5T"Htlik beds filled at tho thop. Tho best
and cheapest mattrnc and pillows ever
offered In this market, for sale at G. W.
Whltloek's, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenuo. 11-lSlm
MRS. MATT IK SO WELL, hairdresser
and dealer In ull kinds of human hair,
switches, curls, tlzcttcs. braids, etc., takes
this method of Informing her friends ana
tho public generally, that sho has removed
her store Irom Washington to Commercial
.nanus. t.MlwApn slutl, ut.,1 Tuuiu biroVo,
whero sho will bo pleaed to welcome ot
lier old traenda mid customer. Mrs. Sowcll
has added larOely to her stock of lino
swucucp, cuns, etc., anu will tell as low as
any dealer fn tho city. 11-22 lw
As there has been offered In till market
an inferloa quality of oil, under tho nauio
of Aurora oil, I deem it necessary to stato
that I am solo proprietor of the above named
oil In this county, mid shall prosecute any
Infringement on the patent right.
11-23 tf. II. K. Paukkk.
GO AND CONSULT
Madame Do Graft",
Seer and Clairvoyant.
She Is tho seventh daugter of tho seventh
daughter. Sho can bo consulted at her suit
of parlors nttho Arllngtln house, first floor,
corner of Kovonth street and Commercial
avenue, Cairo, for a Miort tlmo only. She
gives advlco on all business matters: tells
bow to recover lost or stolen property; tells
of lovers, and oven tells tho namo of tho
person you aro to mary. Fee, il. All let.
tersanwered promptly by Inclosing $1 and
stump. Hours from S a.m. to 10 p.m.
MR. FRED. WINTEUllERG has just re
turned Irom St. Louis, where ho purchased
as lino it stock of the vnrlom grades or lino
leather as was over brought to this city, and
proposes to work It Into boots and shoes lor
bis customers. Ho makes fino boots u spe
ciality, and is confident of hlsubillty to copo
with any boot aiakcr In this city In this lino
oi work. Ho employs nono but tho best
workmen, and as a consequence turns out
only first class work. Whllo In St. Louis he
visited ull tho principal shops and secured
putorns of ull tho latest styles and Improve
ments, and will givo his customers the ben
efit ol them. Work douo promptly and on
thort notlco. All work warranted. 11-20 lOt
Hoot and shoo maker, Twentieth street, be
tween Washington avouuo and Poplar
street, is prepared to mak e boots ami shoos
In tho latest and most fashionable styles,
He will mako them to order, old or new
stylos to suit customers, out of tho best and
freshest stock, of which ha always has a
good supply on hand from which to mako
selections. All fitting of boots and shoes
made by Mr. Lhlors Is done In his own shop
no foreign fitting being Used by him.
Give him a call, and hu will give you satis
faction. VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively In gentlemen's clothing and gout's
furnishing goods, and having on hand a large
andwoll assorted stock ofall und winter dry
goods, notions, etc , etc., which wo dcslro to
closo out ontlroly, wo tako this method to
inform tho public that wo shall, alter Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods In our storo in tho
dry good lino, ut first cost. All ourgoods
were bought at tho lowest market prlco, and
aro fresh and suitable fur this season. Tlioso
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call on us bcloro purchasing elsewhere,
Hi.um .t Ansum,
No. 142 Commercial avenuo, between J.
Hurger and Elliott .t liaythorn. ll-l-lm.
OBSTACLES TO MAKK1AGE
Happy relief loryntiiM men Irom tlio el
fectso! errors mid aliuses in early lifo. .Man
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NEW A D V E RTISEMENTS
ORDINANCE NO. (II,
An ordinanco to amend certain portions
of nrd'.nui(-o No. 7 or tho revised ordin
ance. Secti'in 1 That section No, l!l or ordln
anco No, 7 bo amended by utriklng out the
word "lorrcspondlng with tho numiicr of
SkctIom 2 That sec" Inn ."0 ol jald ordi
nanco No," bo amended by striking out
n'l of ssld paction after tho word "trcai
ury." ction- Th.it rccttnn .Wot said nrdt
lianro bo stricken wo, and that tho follow
Ing be substituted therefore, viz "Kvery
licensed runner or portet, wlisn acting a
such or soliciting patronage or custom,
shall weir conspicuously In front of his hat
orcap, a badgo not less than ol.v Inches In
length by threo lnehcs In width. th tho
number of his badgo and name of the
luusc, road, company, boat or lino ol con
veyance for whlrli he Is acting; said badgn
shall ho made or dark leather with bright
tnetallc letters and figure not less tliuu La'r
an Inch In hlght, properly fastened ; the
nnmber or tho badgo to bo designated by
the city clerk ; and any person violating any
or tho provisions or this section shall rnr
felt and pay to tbo city not less than live
dollars nor moro than Iirty dollars for each
and every otlViisc.
The foregoing nrdlnanc goo Into effect
by reason of the mayor's falluro to approve
or veto tho samo within tho tlmo prescribed
oy tne city cuartcr.
M. J. Hovvley, City Clctk.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Gah and Sleamuulni!, on ahort notlco
HroM' Rlock 8-28H.
Go to Halley'n Tor tho Hurnott steam
cooking vessel. tl-G-lm
Go to Italloy's for good bargains In
cooking and heating stoves. 11-C-lm
Ir you want tho best beef stoak in tho
city, go to S. Patterson', cornor of Ninth
and Walnut strco'.s, Iw
Ths European hotel, Harry Walkor
proprietor, is upon ut alt hours of the
Ir you want tilings clean and nico you
will go to Patterson's meat market, cor
ner of Ninth and Walnut stroots, lw
Foil a good square meal go to Hurry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenuo
botweon Sovonth and Eighth street, lm
S. Pattkhson, on tbo cornor of Ninth.
and Walnut streets will keep fresh fish on
Friday, if tho samo can bo had. lw
Go to S. Patterson's, comer of Ninth
and Witlnui stroots, tor Vlio best sausago
in tho city. lw
Von oar and steam lilting go to Ren
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
aronus, foot of Ninth strout U-10-tf
All kinds of guino constantly on hand
at Hurry Walkers, Commercial avenuo
between Sovonth nnd Eighth streets.
''Fools daro to tread whero Anpels
bashful look." For tin Illustration, Meo
tho foolish presumption of tomu avari
cious liquor dealers in tamnerini: with
tho lives of the innocent by palming; off
a poisonous decoction, either by tlio gal
lon or in counterfeit bottled and labels
for Dr. McCabo's genuine .Medicated
Hrandy. 1 1-19 dstw-'Jw.
(Successor to James Kynaslon,)
UUTCHHU ANU DkAI.RH IN ALL KlNDS Ol
Corner Nineteenth anu Poplak Hie.,
Iluys and slaughters only tho best cattle,
logs and sheep, and In proparod to fill any
lemand for fresh moats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
1IYLAN1) & SAUKK,
l.NI) IlKALXIin IN
CHOICE EHESll MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Corner 10th sticet and Commercial avenu
noxt door to tho Uylund huloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND IIKAI.KK IN
FH ESH MEAT,
Itiotmi Stukkt, Hktwkbn Wabiiinotos
AND COMUKKOIAL AVKNUXS,
ItlJolnttiE Ul'lttnliotiaei mill Ilminr'
Keep th bust or llsol, I'nrk, Mutton Vil.
I.smti, SauKo, eto., -ml arn rerftrd to m?
jtliiena in the most ocupWbU manner,
JAMES KYN ASTON,
AND DKALKH IN
ALL KINDS OV FREail MKATS.
Near rnr. Ttvriitlelli Nlrecl unit 'om.
Iluys and sUughters only tho best Catllo,
Hogs and Sheen, und Is prepared to till Dr
iers fur Fresh Moats from onn to toil thou
and pounds. 7-2.1 1
8 A M W I LB ON,
d aia a i
J BOAT STOBB0
V It O V I H I O N tl K T 11
OilI liKvaa Caiho, 111
Liverpool new.ToTit and Philadelphia
cams coaraiCT wits cums svivsa is sattusi
For rsrrjlag the Mtila
FOR l'ASSAfJK TICKETS
ea rritasa oaaanoa
J.PJM.Y TO JOHN G.
lHr5Jwr New-Tork, or In
Mitii a. Phillips, mhs. L. t. briooi
COMMERCIAL AVENUE, 11 et we en
NINTH AND TENTH. ST3.
OAIHO AND PA DUG A U
MAIL no AT.
TL splrndld ntfiratr
Dick FowLxn, Captain
Leavoa Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
I p.m For freight or passage apply on boat
or to J as. MaLLOHY, Ag't.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IlRTWaVK WASU'W AVXKUH ABU WALNU1
Di. It. P, rislds Informs af public tbst b t,
L I V E H Y 8 T A li L K
on tba northsisit ndu ot Tath slr as nam
Ills Hubles will be furnish! with nenn tmt tn
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho public may bo accommodated at al
hours of tho day and night with safe leans
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patrons g
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to Imsl
B. E. BLAKE,
(Successor to II. T. Gcrould,)
STEA31 AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
GamandStiam Prrr. Fittinoi.
ll.llli: A.VU AMII.R VA1.VI,
LEAD PIPE AND PUMPS
Q LOBES, ETC.
t3TDrlve wells put down In any part ol
tho city or surrounding coutitrv.
llltONN Jll.tK K.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
II HUMAN SU1LMETZSTOIIFF,
(Successor to 11. Tblelecko.)
Drnl. r III All Klnfl
nETWBKN TENTH AND KLXVXNT1I BTBXETI
Having purchased tbo grocery establish
ment of 11. 't'hleleekc, I shall always keep
an hand a full und fresh supply of all tho best
iroods in my line, to bo found In tbe market
Ily strict attention to business, and fair deal
lug, 1 hope not only to retain all the custom
tho place has enjoj cd in the past, but to add
to the list many new patrons. Asking a
lair share of public patronage,
llespcctllllly, 11 HUMAN SCllMKTZSTonrV,
F. W. STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. Mil St. and Commercial Ave,
Hoots and Shors made to oider,ar.d in
t.'iolatest und most fashionable sljle.
WAHD k UOHKKTS,
Dealkiw ut Window Siiadm,
Wall Pavkh, Punx Wiura
Leap, Linskkh Oil
SrniiTs Tuih'entine, Olou
SnsLLAf, Alcoiioi, Etc., Etc.
l'.'il C'onimsielul avenue.
Cairo, - Illinoi
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIABD AND NOtT.
Keep constantly on hann
FLOORINO AND StDINCl, ALSO LATH.
MILL AHI) TARD COBNKB THIRTT-roOETII
BTtUEET AND OHIO I.EYKE.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS. 7-3011
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. 1).
BBIDSNOB No. XI TbirUtmh str'
i i.ms WaahiaalOD avaaa aad Wala
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