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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER. 26, IMV3
LOCAL WEATHBIl UKl'OUT.
Oimitnvmi'fl OrriCK, Caiiio, lilt.,
November 22, 10:11 p.tn., la3. J
Thermometer, 4 1 degrees.
Wind calm. Velocity 12 mllco
Weather heavy rain
Maximum tomperuture lor last 21 hours,
Minimum temperature lor the last 'it hours,
Prevailing wind for lat 21 hours, foutli
ToUl number of miles truvelud by wind
during last 24 hours, ltK).
Observer Hltmal .Service, IJ. H. A.
A T H B N E U 3Vt !
aViinagrr I. II A Xt II LIT
WEDS'ESDAl' EVES 1X0, SUV. 20
Tblrd ulghtof the People's Favorite,
TAITITT B. PRICE
Who will appear for thin time only In the
ureal aenialionai neiurunu or
Or, THE ORPHAN OF LOIYOOD.
JanlEyee Mix Fanky 11. Trick
1'he Evening's entertainment to conclude
With the laughable larce of
"The Loan or A Lover."
1-morr(,w Sight, "EAST LVXXE"
C. N. HUGHES,
i INSURANCE AGENT
. OFFICE: Ohio Levee, ovr Mathuw
t&Xont iut First-Clmt Cumpanitt
NrABLIMf ED 13.
y AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Obis La.
CITY NATIONAL DANK li'.lLDISQ
OA 1 110, ILLS.
T.e olden established Agency in Southern
Illinois, rcprcteutlng ovwr
SG5.00U.O00 00 !
f the bet lniurance Capital ol the
IT IS UsTOT TBUE
hi: in still i.iviso and in caiiio
Hi office and dispensary al
NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
Jlt. Commercial and Washington avenucK
)t It true, the doctor U one of the oldest
physicians of the place, aud hU diploma,
that bang In hit ofilec, shows that he ha
kei-n ii years In the profession. He U dnlnir
a larger office practice than auy other phy
leian, treating all kinds or chronic discuses
t the human system, such as old ulcers, and
II diseases of the sktn, humors aud blood
poisons; alto diseases of the throat; also
II diseases ot the eyes of years standing;
also artlticlal eyes Inserted; fistula cured
without the use of a linllo ; cancers cured
by the application of medicines; pimples ou
th'i faco removed; all urinary diseases
cured ; all forms of venereal ami private
diseases cured In the shortest time ; scmla
weakness aud self-abuse cured in a sbor
It la tcll-cvldcnt that a physician treating
les for twenty-two years acquire great
' All consultations confidential, In person
S)T by lettea.
All medicines furnished at office In all
eaes. ro-23tf.l )r. David lltn.Tr.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rBKlU FA IX STTLKII.
MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly lira. Swanders,)
f j announces that she bai Just opened a'larga
j assortment oi tue
f AND HANDSOMEST
Milllnerv floods to be found in the market.
H Hhe will keep on band
KHats, Uonhets, Flowers, Itinnow,
H Dress Thiuuino or All Kinds,
JLabiks Fubnisiiinq Gopps, Notions,
Collars, Underslxevea, iturvs,
UAnd all goods found In millinery atoros, all
ffiot which will be disposed ot at the lowest
Stash prices, Mrs. Juekson respectfully
Kskia continuation of tho pataonage which
hH liaen to fiheinllr bostaowed upon her by
I MLb e ladles of Cairo and the vicinity.
PSV'HITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
m WAUiiai, rropriiior,
lRDaicd SOFT LUMBER
Lath, bhinolks, okdar pobto
DOORS, dAdu, jjmwdb
furnished on anortatt none.
ommarelnl mnue, between Tenth
'li li l i) it r r i.i rn i r
I HU 1 J U U JJ JJ 1 J .
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Ml'-SSllS. J. AND K. IIUCKIKUIIAR, of
Chicago, ownera of tho Hucklnghatn elo
vato in this city, aro at the St Charlct
1'Ror. A. M.Uiilkn, of Howling (Ireen,
Koutucky, caiulldatu for Surgontit-at arms
of tho lower houttt of '.ho United Htntct
coni;reist is a half brothor of l'ollco Mag
istrato llird of this city.
llALLKY keeps tho uulehrated "Katli
lon," tho "Monllor," tho "Lady Oay," the
"Alaaki, " and numeroui other good cook
ttovet; and all stylus of boating stovoD,
which hu otrura low for cash.
J. 11. CllASMNU, etuauicr Jamoi How
ard, N A Throop, St Louis; S II Kltingill,
Chicago; Jno O'Donnull, St Louli; Jas
per Tucker, CblcHgo; Jat A Vlace, Lot
terk Mlnoi, Illinois, wero guoiti at the
St Charles hotel yostorday.
"Ho lor tho Great Itepublic ball." Tho
Delta City Cornt Hand bavo kindly vol
unteered their semen to play this even
ing. Iienbor't colubrntcd quadrillu band
has been engaged, with tt full corpt of
musicians. A grand time It expectod.
C'oino one cotno all I
L. 1'. Hl'tlip, Esq., inado a speech a
fuw dayi ao at Murpbysboro in expla
nation and defunio of tho Itquoi law.
Tho speech wat a good one, lawlerly in
its tono and sound In its conclusions. Tho
law, he iays,is eminently just and proper,
and that ii our opinion,
II. JoNKfl, fashlonnble boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest improvements in tho line of hit
business. Only tho best ana most com
petent werkmon employed, and all work
warranted to be firstclast in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenuo, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
John Carter and Thos. ISalley, col
ored men, wero beforo his hunsr Esquire
llird yesterday on a chargo of fighting.
On boaring the evidence Carter was dis
charged, and a flno of five dollars and the
inseperables" arsosted against ilailoy.
Dr. Hultz, for otf.jr.il ve and nbunvo lan-
guago was Qned fivo and coats. The doc
tor took an appeal to the circuit court.
The management of the German school
ball In consideration of the pretence In
our city of tho Fanny l'rico theatrital
troupe, and of tho ball to bo given for tho
benellt of Delta City Fire company, have
concluded to postpone their ball from
Thursday, to tome night in tho near fu
ture, which will bo made known through
tbo columns of tho papers of the city.
Tho Three .States ferryboat will lcavo
the Illinois Central wbarfhoat at 8 and 9
p. m., and M. A- O. wbarfhoat at 6 and
i to convey thoto parson V. t.. .
attend the Delta Fire company's ball on
the steamer Great Itepublic, Wednesday
uvenlng. Tboro will also bo carriages on
band to convey parties to and from tho
A New Entxri-iiibe. Dr. 11. F. Field
will run a line of hackt between Cairo
nnd the terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
A Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and 2)o'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with tho trains on that road.
Ordert for passengers or baggago should
be left at Field's stable, orfltilh ttreol.
TrtK barber shop is on tho corner of
r..ghth ttroet and Commercial avenuo
whero J. George Stlenhouio with his gen.
tlomanly assistants can be found nt any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth ahavo, or cool
your temper and head with n good sham
poo. Itisn first-class shop, and you are
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved stylet. 8-lS-tf
The Kov. Father O'Hallo'ran, who hat
boon for several years pastor of St. Pat
rick's Catholic church in this city, is to be
removed to a larger pastorago in East St.
Louis. The congregation greatly regrot
his impending lost to them. Ho has boon
a faithful pastor, devoted body and mind
to the duties of this priestly office. He is
a gentleman of kind heart, if rather un
reasonable in his judgment of those who
do not agreo with him in his religious be
lief; and, Lolng alto nn honest and
straight-forward man, ho will go away
from Cairo regrettod by Protestants as
well as by Catholics. At one time ho
wont out of bis way to attack Tug Uulle
tin without cause, but at tbat time he
was now to the city and did not know tho
religious cbaractor of this journal. This,
'we believo, is the only mistake ho mado
during his residenco in Cairo, and wo
hsrve long sinco forgiven him,
' A OAHD.
I tako this opportunity to Inform tho
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rosumo my practice in tho city
of Cairo on or about tho let of Docomber.
y-30.tr. P. L. Williams, Dentist,
Two llatteries of two Hollers, each iM
feot long, 42 inch Dram, - 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Oofoty and -Mud valves, Chimney and
llrftchin, all compltto and in first-class
order; been used only throe months. For
price, ,etc, inquire ol J. T. ItiNNiie,
9-28-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
A Morgyinan, while residing in South
Atnorica at a missionary, dlscovorel a
safe and slmplo remedy for the cure of
nervous weakness, early decay, diseasos of
tho urinary and seminal organs, and the
whole train of disorders brought on by
Daiiofnl and vicious habits. Great num.
bers hare boon cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a doaira to bonoflt the af
flicted and unforlunato, I will tend tho
receipt lor preparing and uslt.g this med
icine in a sealed envelopo, to anyone wbo
needs it,r of charge. Address
JoBKru T, Inman,
Station D, Bible House, New York.
I'oi.onius .My lord, I hnve news to tell
IIa.mi.kt My lord, 1 have news to tell you,
When Koscliis wat an nctor In Home,
l'OL. The actors are roinc hither, my
Ham. liuz, burl
I'ol. Upon my honor
Ham. 'i hen came each actor on Lis m.
l'OL. Tho best actors in the world, cither
lor uageuy, comciiy, nisiory, pastoral, pas-toral-eomlcul,
rai, pcenu mint muni, ur pucui unlimited,
Seneca cannot hu too heavy, nor l'lauliu inn
1 glit. For tho law of writ uud the liberty,
me?? ure uiu uni; iuvu,
Thoso uro delightful passages In tbo old
novels In which tho histrionic abilities of
roving theatrical companies are recited,
und Uiu infatuation of tho villagers, old
and young, rosjltlng from the sepulchral
tones of tho heavy man aud the witching
graces of tho leading woman, aro des
cribed. When tho players arrived at Lit
tle Peddllngtori,and began to tcarpastlon
Into tatterr, tho Itev. Mr. Slyboy, to
gether with tho other great men of the
village, and all tho very young wen, be
came excited, and tbo editor of tho 'Morn,
ing Whangdoodlo' (edited with
tho ability tbat occasionally dis
plays itself in tho columns of The Bulle
tin) was compelled to sound tho trumpet
of praise. And who has forgotten tbo
spoil "Miss Costlgan, daughter of J. Ches-
torilold Costlgan, Esq., of Costlgantown,
but perhaps better known to you undof
her professional name of Miss Frother
Ingay, of tho Theaters Koyal
Drury Lano and Crow-street,"
wound around Arthur Pundennis. Jr..
the very young man, at Falroaks 7 Scof
fing Thackery know tho book of human
nature by heart ; nnd, if be were in Cairo,
would have occasion to laugh as he did at
poor Arthur. Neither the good peoplo ol
Pcddlington nor of Fuiroaks over became
half as crazy as tho peoplo ot our city do
over " tho players." A handsome log on
thoslago of the Atheneum demoralizes
the churches, the banks, the
printing offices and all other moral insti
tutions of tbo city, and woe to tbo editor
who refutes to go into ecstacies 1 At this
moment the town it all agog about Fanny
Prico and her playcrsl ali;tbe;Arthur Pen
dennistea of tbit office, and tho older men
of other Institution!, aro almost wild. Wo
have abandoned all effort to keep our
young mon in order. In despair wo havo
surrendered to circumstances. We can
master a circus, but a theatrical troup, if
It can boast a few dainty petticoats, al
ways gets tho better of us, and wo give up
in unconditional surrendor. Wo have
now on our tublo a dozen pootlcal effu
sions to the actress from young men and
old ones. Ono commences ;
"Fair Fanny Price,
An an angel thou ;
With pretty loot
And noble brow."
What connection thero can be botween
ber foot and brow, wo don't know, but wo
prctumo tho brow, was put in for tbo
Another commences :
You'r a good actress,
Or I don't know ;
And may be I don't ;
And If so, why so;
Hut I wish for to say
That I think that you arc ;
And I'll bet a big drink
You'r a 'ttcular star.
There Is brandy 1 like;
11. Walker's, bis best;
And whiskey, and wine,
Ai'U an or tbo rest;
Hut better than liquor,
llellevu It who can !
I like you at actress
O, Ulanted Fan.
(Jo way with your Nellson,
I don't care lor she ;
1 tell yon, I mean it,
She's no gal for mc.
alio can't hold a candle,
(And !iov mo who can?)
To thee fairest actress,
O, talented Fan.
There aro fifteen hundred rnoro vcrtet
of tho samo kind, but really we mutt de
list. Tbo pools mutt not crowd ut to
much. We shall endeavor to get along as
host wo can in a protaical way, but if wo
aro compelled to manago our young mon
and road such rhymes, wo shall not escape
Tho walk from the St. Chariot hotel to
the Great Itepublic will bo brilliantly il
luminated, and it in splendid condition'
Remember the ferryboat Thrco States will
mako regular trips from tbo Illinois Cen
tral und Mobile and Ohio wbarfboatt, to
tho Great Republic, and return. Car
riages will bo on hand alto. Every prep
aration hat beon mado to make the passage
to and from the Itepublic at ploasanl as
poBilblo. D. 0. F. Co.
GRAND FREE LUNCH.
There will be spread at tho
Til ANKSoiNiNO Day,
At 10 o'clock a.m.,
Soarkrout, and many
other dishes to tompt
the palato of
Among tho liquors to bo served on this
occasion will bo Egg-Nog, tho first of tho
season in Cairo.
All tTW seasonod by music Iron) Prof,
Isenberg's string band.
Notio li hereby given tbat I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployna nf Tax CAIRO BULLETIN, either
or thorasolvos or for tho use of the office
unleso the tamo aro furnished on an order
lgnod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly Jon II. Oiierlt.
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathist physi
cian, late of Shawnoetown, bat located In
this city and intends making it bis homo
The doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mendod, aud rofers to the ofilcors of tbo
First National bank of Shawnootown, to
whom he it well known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of the patronage of
ourcltltons. Office 140 Commercial ave
and departures for tho 21 hours ending at 0
'. m. last evening :
S. U. Long
i .Now Orleans
Capitol City St. Louis
0. IJ. Church Now Orleans
OrsndTowor St. Louis
City of Helena St. Loult
Sutio Silver t, j.ouli
Mary Lowrey Mcmphlt
John Gilmore Pittsburg
Future City Now Orleant
Nick Longwortb Now Orleant
Tub Rivers. Tho Ohio hat risen fully
18 inches during tho past 24 hours. The
rise Is expected to lot tho Thompson
Dean off the bar at Cumberland Island
by this morning. Weather clear and
cold. Business fair.
Miscellaneous. Tbo steamer Law
renco seems to have got Into a streak of
bad luck. Day before yesterday her first
clork, Mr. James Miles, suddondly drop
ped dead at Golconda from heart diaoase,
Immediately aftor bidding his wifo good
bye, whom he had taken ashore in the
yawl while the itoamer wai passing the
town. This mornlnc ut 4 o'clock the
Lawrenco swung against a snag
above Greenfield's which broke
one of her rudder posts and caused her to
leak so badly that sho was compelled to
return to this port for ropalrs, which will
detain ber all day. Last night sho dis
charged here Co barrels oil, 20 do applos,
SO bales hair and 100 kegs nails for the
South, and had a good trip of Pittsburg
ware on herself and brage for St.
The C. H. Church uftor adding 300 tons
brought by tho May Lowry for hor cleared
for New Orleans deeply laden.
The Nick Longwortb has engsgemontt
at Memphis for 200 tons oil cake and 300
bales cotton, which will fill hor out.
The Futuro City cleared with 5 barges
of freight and one bargo of staves.
The tow boat John Gilmoro, Baltic
and Raven go to Pittsburg with light
TheSusio Silver, 0 weights, 62 barrols
ot molasses, I t barrels of oranges for re
shipment and has 190 hogheads sugar,184
barrels molassep, 89 do rlco, 30 do oranges
for St. Louis.
Tbo Altrce was to clear last evening for
ibo l'aulino Carroll will got all tho
freight sho will want to-day.
The It. A. JlobbflRo wat duo last night.
The snag beat S. II. Long whllo at
work back of the city, pulling enact.
broko hor drag chain und came out to luy
in n supply of coal, whilo It is being
Capt. R. W. Dugaa arrived from tho
wreck of the Prolaaco yesterday. His
men are still at work on her, and if tho
river does not raiso two fast will havo her
up in the courso of a fow dtys.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Gar and Steamfltting ou short notice
Brost' Block. 0-28tf.
uo to Halloy's for tho liurnott steam
cooking votsel. 11-C-lm
Go to Ualley't for good bargains In
cooking and beating stovot. 11-G-lm
Ir you want tbo boet beef steak in the
city, go to S. Pattorson's, cornor of Ninth
and Walnut streets. lw
Ir.you want things clean and nlco you
will go to Pattorson's meat market, cor
ner of Ninth and Walnut streets, lw
For a good tquaro most go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial nvonue
betwoon Seventh aud Eighth street, lm
S, Pattkrhon, on the cornor of Ninth.
and Walnut stroets will keep fresh fish on
Friday, if tho same can be had. lw
Go to S. Pattorson's, corner of Ninth
and Walnut streets, for tho host eausago
in tho city. lw
For oas and steam fitting go to Ron
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth street 0-10-tf
All kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avenuo
botwoon Sovonth and Eighth streets.
Tuk European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, Is opon at all hours of thn
S. Patterson, on tho corner of Ninth
and Walnut streets, has Charloy Finch
employed to cut all kinds of moat and
mako euutago. Call and seo for yoursolvct.
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth stroot and Commercial ave
nuo, offers for salo Guinness' Porter A
Buss' ales and puro Honnessy brandy,
and the genuine Angosturo bittors, all
first-class cholera euros. Try thnm
By Hartman, a flno
At a great bargain.
Call at Hartman's salesroom, 105 Coin
"Fools daro to tread whero Aneolt
bashful look." For an illustration, seo
the foolish presumption of somo avarl-
cious liquor dealers In tampering with
mo lives oi me innocent iy jinnnm m
a poisonous decoction, oltbor by tbo gal
lon or in counterfeit bottles and labols
for Dr. McCabo's gonulno Modlcated
. . ,. - . . , . , , i . n'
i 1 I ilJ L.1.J1
WILLIAM B. BM1T11, M. D.
IHIUKNOK No. U Thirteenth ttratt, b.
i ttraau WamotOD avanue ana wainui street
PIANO 1'OH .SAI.U.-Knqulrr at No. 1M)
W.tshlnglon nvculle. lt-'ittl
FOR SALE. At a bargain. A beautiful
counter, walnut top, i feci long. Hnmilro
corner Thirteenth and Walnut street, oral
THK Hui.LKTt.v bindery. 11-20 Uw
JL'ST received and for tale, 200 boxci ol
very lino cream cheese at 14 cents per pound
wholteale, by (J. M. ai.hln .V Co.
IF you want bargains go to llarlmau'n.
Latest etjle hMs $1 W. Country knit socks
'"o cents a pair. A complete Milt for ill 00.
All wool delaines 171 cents. Hxtr.i heavy
blankets 4 00.
NOTICE, -I tukelhltmcthedor inform
ing the public that 1 have returned lo tho
city, anJ am now prepared to fill orders for
photographs at my Gallery, corner ol
Eighth street uud Commercial uvenuu.
J. J. THOMAS,
Phllllpi and Ilngi:',
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
NOTICE On und alter Monday, Novem
ber 3, aud through tho winter, u warm lunch
will be spread at the Thalia naloon, opposite
Tuk Bulletin office, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of tho season.
l-t lm A. JaI!CK.i:l, l'roprlctoi.
SALE OF LtNCLA 1 M EI) 1 1 AO OA ( 5 kT
All baggago held lor charges nt tho St.
Charles hotel, anil unclaimed previous to
that date, will bo hold at public auction on
Friday the 2Cth day of December, at 10
o'clock a.m., nt Hartman's auction room.
ll-25S0d F. 1), Rkxpoiid, Proprietor.
NOTlCi; Using determined to cloi-o my
bunlne house, 1 tdiall from aud nfter tliU
date, null for :fli only. All pen-ons In
debted to me arc respectfully lcqticstud to
close their account Immediately. Charles
I). Artcr Is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, und receipt all claims duo me.
FRED. STlTCHEIt bas purchased tho
barber shop of Geo. Reining, who retires
for the benefit of his health. The shop Is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, nnd it
new proprietor Is determined to mako it
first-class In every particular. Ho invites
public patronage. 10-2(1 lm
WANTED Five tons of dry corn busks
Inhales or tacks, lor mattress making, deliv
ered at O. W. Dick's factory, opposite
Greenfield's ferry, on the Mississippi levco
ESTHutk beds filled at the shop. Tho best
and cheapest mattresses and pillow ever
offered In this market, for alo ut 0. W.
W'hltlock'f, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenuo. 11-14 l in
MRS. MATT IK SOWELL, hairdresser
and dealer in nil kinds or human hair,
switches, curls, ll.ettes. braids, etc., takes
this method ol informing her friends and
the public generally. Ihat sho has removed
her ttore lrom Washington to Commercial
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets,
whero sho will bo plcacd to wclcomo all
her old lr.scnds und customers. Mrs. Sowell
has added larjcly to ber sloes: or linn
witches, curls, etc., and will sen us low as
any diialcr In tho city. 11-22 lw
As tlierolias lioen oll'ored In tM market
an inferioa quality of oil, under tho name
of Aurora oil, I deem It necessary to state
that I am solo proprietor ol the above named
oil in this county, and shall prosecute any
Infringement on tho patent right.
11-23 tf. B. F. 1'AItKKIl.
KING OF THE BLOOD.
POIl BAI.T RUF.UM. nitt'ITIONS. frCALD
Case. I havo been troubled for tho List
thirty years with salt rheum on my hand.
They have been so at times tht 1 hav e been
unable to uso them for any purpose for
which thoy wero lute iul..,. j wn, ndviscd
by a frlenJVf mine, who had used tiiu K.
ol tho B., to try It. 1 did so, Havo used
sevon bottle, and to all appearances my
bauds arc well. They look and Icel us
though an entirely now skin had been formed.
11. L. Jltn.itnitT,
Drugist, 41 South street, Utica.
Seo advertisement in another column.
GO AND CONS ULT
Miidamo De GraiT,
Seer aud Clairvoyant.
Sho Is tho seventh daugtcr of the seventh
daughter, Sho can bo consulted at her suit
of parlors at tho Arllngtln houso, first floor,
corner of Seventh street and Commercial
avenue, Cairo, for a short tlmo only. Shu
gives advlco ou all business matters; tells
how to recover lost or stolen propel ty ; tells
or lovers, uud oven tells tho namo of tho
person you aro to inary. Foo, tl, All lot.
ters answered promptly by inclosing $1 uud
stamp. Hours from S a.m. to 10 p m.
MR. FRED. WINTERBEHG has Just re
turned lrom St. Louis, whero hu purchased
ns tlno a slock ol tho various grades or fine
leather as was ever brought to this city, ami
proposes to work It.lnto boots and shoes lor
his customers. Ho makes fine boots a spe
ciality, and Is confident of his ability to copo
with any boot aiuker in this city In this lino
ol work, llo employs nono but tho best
workmen, and us a consequence turns nut
only first clas work. While In St. Louis ho
visited all tho principal sIiojih and secured
putorus of all tho latent st)les and Improve
incuts, and will give his customers tho ben
efit ol them. Work dono piomptly ami ou
short notice. All work warranted. 11-20 lOt
Boot and shoo linker, Twentieth street, ho
tweou Washington avenuo and Poplar
street, is prepared to make boots anil shoes
In tho latest uud most fashionable stjles,
He will muko thorn to order, old or new
stylos to suit customers, out of tho best aud
fre'hest stock, of which ho always lm
good supply on hand from which to iniiKo
selections. All fitting of boots uud shoes
mado by Mr, h'hlsrs Is dono In his own shop
no foreign fitting lining used by hi in .
(live him a call, and ho will gtvo you satis
faction. VERY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ox
cluslvely in gentlemen's clothing and gent's
furnishing goods, aud having on band a lirgo
andvvoll assorted stock of lull ami vviuterdry
goods, notions, etc., etc., which vndeslro to
close out entirely, wo tako this method to
Inform tbo publlo that wo shall, ulter Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods In our storo In tho
dry good Hue, ut first cost, All oiirgoods
were bought at tho lowest market price, and
are fresh and sultablo for this seastn, 'I bono
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call ou us beloro purchasing elsewhere.
Blum fc ansom,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, bttwecn J,
Hurler and Elliott & Haytboru. 1
WHAT 13 SALERATUSf-rfulcraliH Is
the snlts of ley and carbonic acid gas : How
much salts of ley and carbonic acid gas ono
otn bear, and remain healthy is a question
lor a nalcrntus cater. J-oine peoplo
aaicratus will not lisrm tho stomach l a
Icy. The only safe wholemino oialcrlal for
dally tiso In making your bread, bUctlits,
pastry, etc., Is Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder, which contains no substance hut
that tho stomach needs to keop it healthy.
And his Special Flavorings, Vanilla, Necta
rluc, etc., aro tho best and purest made
I'ltuCUKE tickets ror tho grand ball Jo
bo glvi-ii under tho atisplcesVif the Dtlti City
Fire company on board the tenner Great
Republic, TlianksgMiig eve, Wednesday
tho 20th Inst. Tickets SI, admitting gent
and Indies Supper cxtrn. Every pre sura-
Ition Is being mado by tho committee ot ar
rangement to insko this ball the ono grand
event ol tho c.ion. Tho use of Intoxicat
ing boverago will postlvely ho prohibited
on boar tho boat.
Dklta City Fiiik Co.
AUCtToN fc'ATE, "
To-night, at my salesroom, and every
night during this week, nt lit Commen la
nonuo, 1 w offer to tho trade n Urgo as
sortnient ot boots, bIiocj. ladles' g-tlteis,
children' Khocs, liau, socks, dry goods,
plcco goods, ink, seizors, paper," collais,
ribbons, buttons, thread case, pencil-,
combs, ononhrm money drawer, kid glovee,
gent's buck gloves and many other article,
too numerous to mention.
Remember regular sales of furniture
every Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, a.m.
11-20 fit Louitt Mvtits, Auctioneer.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS .t TEXAS, AND
CAIRO & FULTON RAILROAD.
Tit i: Cairo, Arkansas anil Texas, and the
Cairo and Fulton railroads, have established
a freight depot and ticket olllco in this city,
and aro now prepared to sell through tickets
and gtvo through bills of lading lor all points
in Arkansas and tho Southwest. Tho Green
Lino whurfboal will bo used us a freight de-
pot fur Cairo, and all freight will be received
and delivered there. Mr. Win. Linker, the
freight und ticket agent nt this place, will
take plcasuro in giving Information .is to
freight rates, passenger laro, connections,
etc. Tho company's olllco is In Winter's
block, comer Seventh street uud Commer
cial avemw. Hacks will call at private resi
dences and at hotels for passenger when
orders aro left In time.
They will lcavo tho omcc
promptly as follows: Morning accommo
dation, 7:50 a.m.; Llltlo Rock uudT.
press, H:3o ti.m.; evening accommodation,
REMOYAIj DR. II. C. TA1ER
Has removed his olllco Into tho second
story ofltlser's luilhlln, corner Eighth street
aud. Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Illinois,
where lie will continue to treat nil Chronic
diseases, with tho most approved methods
known to modern science, including Elec
tricity, for many nervous complaint", rheu
matism, deafness, epllcpscy, prulyiss, tumors
and causers, Tumors ol all kinds healed
more safely than by auy other mothod. The
Inhalation of medical vapors as an Important
auxiliary In tho treatment of tho air posses
ses, Including luccpctit stages of (onsump
tum.ls iiurf RBuriuily ununited and is pre
scribed by tho doctor. All diseases peculiar
to women, und all difficulties ol the Genlto
L'renary system, carefully und confidently
treated; anil, when at nil practicable, at a
dlstanco by Jotter. Tho numerous com
plaints of this climate, resulting from
Can often be treated at u distance and
medicines scut by express. Consultation
Ircc i In nil cacs, aud charges for treatment
In treating this class of complaints, It Is
nocosury to boar In mind that patience Is
required on tho part of tho patient ns well
a with tho physician. It Is not because of
the want of knuwlodgo that so many do not
succeed with theso complaints us a want ol
carelul and continued application ol tho
remedies, and tho Judicious changes which
tho system rcqulrols when u remedy bo-
comes Inert from habit. Thrnuch nn exten
sive practlco ol moro than thirty years, i
have learned tho inestimable vuluo of pn
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relict loryoimg men lrom Ilio ef
fect ol errors and abuses in early life. .Man
hood restored. Impediments lo marriage
removed. New method of treatment, ili'vv
and remarkable remedies. Hooks and cir
tulars scut free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard As-oelallon. No. 2 South
Ninth streut, Philadelphia, Ha. an institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-'.'.'l d.twfliii
I'nk Dr. Henry's, World'n Tonic unit
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
'slio, yrt potsnt for the prevention and euro of
disrates. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
lluoliuorSansaparilla, Sold by Druggist
Dr. Henry's Hoot nuil lInut rills.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or grlplnB en
;lrely vegetable great liver remedy. Price SS
icntt. Bold by Druggists,
Mrs. Wliltcoinb'ai Nynip.
Tho irreat soothing remedy. Price only 15
tents. Gives rest to tho mother aud heulth to
llm child Bold by Druggists .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
tngravlngs, Two-hundred and sixty rt;rs,
fi Ice JO cents. Addrest l)n. Uctts DisrsJx
liar, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
OlIK Ii Hvae
lletwcon Fourth and Sixth Slrcett,
JOHN GOCKEL, I'noi'itiETOU.
This house having recently undergone
thorough rcpalrs,and addition of moro than
twenty guod sized and well luruUhed rooms
having been added lo It, is now prepared
to accommodate luunfortahly at least ono
hundred guosts, Tho table Is always sup
plied with the best til murket utlords,
served up In tho most approved stylo.
Terms reasonable, A share ot patrnnugu
. . -
AftiVlAM JjIN IS Nl
l.trsrpool Nsw.Tork ahd Philadelphia
caota ensratet with chitwi stitm its stirtij
Kor Carrjin lb Mailt
FOR PA83AQK TICKETS
oa rrareiB omstios
MTijir TO JOHN O. Ar t I
lSBrotdwtr Maw-York, oris
. H. H o HpS,
Miss A. i'lili.i.n s. Mhsj. L. T. Bnioos
PIIILLU'8 & BRIGOS,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE, BETWEEN
NINTH AND TENTH b'i fj.
CAIRO AND PADUC3AI1
Tt tpleadld atfumor
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxecpted) at
I p.m For freight or passage apply on boat
or to Jas. Mallohy, Ag't.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
UETWEEK WABll'K AVXNUS AMU WALNUT
Dr. 11. F. riolds Informs tan publlo tint h h i
on tlie DorthHt side of Tenth strsot is aim
Ills Bibls will Lo furnished with none but tn
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at al
hours of tho day and night with safe teams
.. tit. tnttt terms.
Dr. Fields aks a sharo of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to tuivi1
li. F. BLAKE,
(Successor to II. T. Ocrould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Gas and Steam Pipe Fittings,
ui.oui: a.d a.nui.k valves).
LEAD PIPE AND FUMl'a
t37I)rlvc wells nut down In anv nitrt nt
tho city or surrounding coiiutrv.
182 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
B. P. PARKER";
(Successor to 1'arkerA niakc.)
TAINTS AND OILS
Aal the oolebrsis'i illunjlnatln
aaOHH'LcriLDiNo oob ilrn sr. io
iikkol ' s.v.,
II K KM AN SCI 1 M ETZSTOI I F F,
(Successor to U. Thlclocke.)
Drnlor til All IJtud.
nKTWEKN TENTH AND ELEVENTH STREETS
Having purchased tho grocery establish
ment of 11. Thiolecko, 1 shall always keep
3ii hand n full uud fresh slliu'lvol nil tho best
.roods In my Hue, to bo louud In the inuiket
By strict utteutioii to business, und lair deal
ing, I hope not only tn retain all the custom
tuo piucu uas eiijoyeu Hi tuo past, out to una
to tho list many new patrons. Asking u
luir share of imbllo patronage,
Kespectlully, II human Sciimrtzstoiikit
WAKI) k KU HERTS,
Dkalkiis i "Winhow Shades,
Wall Pavek, Puke White
, Lead, Linsekd Oil
SnuiTs TunrENTiNK, Olu
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Eto.
lii; Commciclal avenue.
Oaiko, . - Ii.linoi
Caiuo Eox and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAUU AND SOtT.
Keep constantly on banu
Fl.0OllI.NO AND SlDINO, ALSO JmTII,
UILL AKD YABD COEWEB TI1IRTT-KOUKTH
ITXEET AMD OHIO LEVEE.
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