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LOCAL WEATHER HEPOUT.
Orhbhvih'r OrricK, Caiho, I It., I
November 22, 10:11 p.ui., 1873. J
Barometer, nafn ilegreoi.
Thermometer, 44 degree.
Wind ealui. Velocity lit miles per
Weather heavy rain
Maximum temperature lor taut HI hour,
Minimum tampcraturo lor the last 21 hours.
Prevailing wind for last 24 hours, south
Total number of mn traveled by wind
during last 21 hours, 100.
Observer Signal Servlre, U. S. A
B Iff XI XT TSL
, U. HAM HIIT
A ULOUIOLS II 1 1. 1..
THURSDAY EVF.SISU, SOW 27,1873
Fourth night or the llrilllaut Artiste,
r A2T2T7 B. PRICE
who will appear, In compliance with a unl
venal rein.sts, lu the celebrated
live act drama, entitled
Annie, Tho Mule Ilarefoot... Miss Prlcr
Fartnor Poaso D. Han'sukit
To-morrnu Xvrninf Far rut 11
C. N. II U G Jl Jfi S
Ohio Levee, over II at bust A
AFFORD. MORRIS 4 CANDKK.
n Ohio LM.
C1TT VATIOHAL UAVaT BVILDIXO
fhe oldeat established Aitency In Southern
lUtnoift. rcDroaoutlnir nvvr
8G5.000.000 00 !
Hi the best Insurance Capital of the
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'MBIT rAlX ajTTLKa.
MRS. H . JACKSON,
(formerly Mra. Bwandsn,)
liouncei that alio hai juit opened alarge
onmem oi vna
MOST FASHION A ULI.
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ij win aeep on nana
ijTm llrtkrifT, VrnvlD. Tftmiwa
., 1 l
JUBIB8 J RIUUINUa OF ALL JYINll,
hlia Fubnishimu Uootta, Nonoaa,
CoLLAa-, UNDKBULKirKa, Hurra,
an eooua louna iu mi unarr atorei. nil
f hlch will be dlipoied ot at the lowcit
I pricei. Mn. Jaekiou reipactfUllr
Ea continuation of the nataonaca which
3een io liberally beitaowed upon hor by
,'adieiof Cairn and the vlelmtr.
Q. Ilarman. Cbu. Thrapp
'JOHN Q. HARMAN 4 CO.,
HJ All H t-S' P A 1 ' H !
J NOTA1UK3 FU11LIO
i Land Aeeiita of the IMInola Cfmtr.l
Uirltngton and Missouri liallroad com-
Ja Oar. otfllb (. and Obto I.ai
I UAIKO, ILLIKOia
I'lIlL. II. 8AUP,
iFECTIONS AND TOYS
FIBE TTORS, NUTS, ETC.
OIT IS T'ZlXv.rai
aala by the can or 1 can
tf. 102 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Oil ll.i t uvu
.rysieniervea iu any iiyia on anon
0. W. WHEELER,
Dealer In (
3D .3STD COAL
a a va V t
treat, between Washington and
supply or riiisMtrg ana B14
oai cuuiumiy ou iianu, oiova
eu 10 oraer. urucn tor ceai or
111 nm I T L ML 1MB 1 1 II I II II I.UID
mi, asU ob Uallvery,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Pkodatb court adjourned on Tuesday
Mil. Jam. H. Morris camo down to Cairo
Joiitf Patton ha gono to Memphii on
Tina boinjj a legal holiday tho hanks of
tho city will bo cloeod.
1 1" you want things clean and nico you
will o to Pattorion's meat marmot, cor
nor of Ninth and Walnut slroets. lw
TllAWKBOiriMi forvicei will ha held
thli evening at tho (lernan Lulbcrn
church. Tho public are invited to at
tend. -M it. J. W. ScMUCKKks, of New York,
and H. 1'. Scbuckore of Eaton ltanidi.
Michigan, aro in tho city on a villi to Mr.
A M'KVIAL term of thi Aloiandor
county court will convene to-morrow
morning. Jlutlnoii of conildarablu im
portance will be tramactod.
Unio Hmvicki. Union Thanksgiv
ing sorvicos will to held in tlia Prosbyte
rian church thii morning at 11 o'clock.
Rev. II. It. Thayer will preach tho ser-
8. Tattkhoox, on tbo cornor of Nlnoth
and Walnut stroets, hai Charley Hulfrich
employed tocut all kinds of meats and
make sauiagc Call and leo for yoursolve.
EriscorAL Cuuacu.-Wa loarn that tho
Iter. Mr. Gilbert hai beau io unwell dur
ng tho last few dayi that there will ba no
Thanksgiving servlco at tho Church of
tho Kodoetner to-day.
Hallky keeps tho culebratod "Fash-
Ion," tbo "Monitor," the "Lady Oay," the
Alaski, and nutneroua other good cook
stoves ; and all itylei of heatlni stoves.
which ho otfors low for cash.
The ladle of the Fraabyterlan church
will hold their tociety sociable thia aven.
ng at the parsonage. A cordial Invita-
tion ia extended to all. Mr. and Mra.
Thayer deiire to welcome all their friendi
on thii occaiion.
Citt Clekk IIowlkt, and Mr. Fat-
ick O'Laughlin, members of St. I'atrick'i
church, left this morning for Alton, to
lay before tho bishop of this diocaie, the
petition of tho inombers of the abovo
ernod church, requesting bim not to re
move ftber O'llol oran from Ihli
Til a county clerk's otSce, is now the
most comfortable and neatest of all
the tbo county ofilcei. New watting baa
been put on the floor, a new itovo put up.
and thefurnituro ofthoofflco ro-arranged.
Clerk Lynch having entered upon an
il.r four yoftt'a trm of umM,pfV)Hiii u
ave a pleasant placo of butineii.
It. Jo.vw. fublonabla boot and shoe'
maker. Cork aolot, Scotch bottoms, and
the latoit improvement! in tho lino of hit
builncis. Only tho bust ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be flrslclais in avory respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
Tiik managomont of tho German school
ball in consideration of the prcsonce in
our city of tbo Fanny Frico theatrical
troupo, and of tho ball to bo given for tho
benetlt of Dolta City Fire company, have
concluded to postpone their ball from
Thursday, to iomo night in tho near fu
ture, -which will bo made known through
tbo columns of tho papers of the city.
Tub Delta City Firo company's ball
last night on board tho itcaraer Great Ko
public, was the occaiion of tho seaion.
The immonio cabin of tho ltopublic was
crowded, and a bettor pleased or happier
party nevor asiombled in this city. Noth
Ingoccurrod to mar tho ploasuro of tho
occasion, and it will long bo remembered
by those who partlcipntod in it.
Tur. commi'sions of the following
namod porsons nlectod at tho rocent elec
tion have been recoived by County Clork
Lynch, and are now ready for delivery :
F. Ilrosi, County Judge; and of tho fol
lowing Justices of tho Foaco: John II.
itobinion and ltichard Fitzgerald, North
Cairo precinct; James K. McCrite and
Samuel llrily, Ilazlawood; A. C. Uodgts
and J. II. S. Ilargis, Unity ; John M. Dor
ton, Thobes; Jacob C. Morgan, Cloir
creok, and J. C. McFheoters, Santa Fo.
Tiik barber shop is on tho corner of
Kigbth street and Commercial avenuo
whero J. George Htlonhouio with his gen.
tlomanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootho
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cooj
your tempor and head with n good sham
poo. It is a tint-clan shop, and you aro
sure of rccoiving llrst-class troatmant.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curlod
after the most approved stylos. 8-lMf
In order to accommodate half a dozen
or more of the young raon connected with
Tm UULLITIN ofllco who desire to spend
one wholo day at tha Atheneum, wo havo
concluded to not publish a papor from
this otllce to-morrow niorninir. Tha fact
that it is Thanksgiving day has nothing
to do with tho non-appoaranco of Tin
lluLLiTur. Tho Fanny Trice troupo is
alone tho causa ; and if a half a dozon or
moro of "the boys" should fall W put in
an appearance at tha proper time to
morrow, wo shall employ a tug and "drag
tho river," in tha confident oxpoctation of
Ashing up a half a dozen "cold corpusos."
Da. Hultz wishes to oxplain that ba
wai unjustly flood by Police Magistrate
1)1 rd. II wai in bii ofllco conversing
with gentleman, when a woman cams In,
and began to abuse bim. He endured tha
afleclion patiently, until forbearance
ceased to be a virtue, when ha requested
her to go out of his ofllco. She refusod,
and reuawed the attack with new vigor,
hurling at him all the epithets tha mind of
woman could eoneeive and her tongue
uit. Tha doctor than took bar by the
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY,
arm, and walked out nn to the sidewalk
with her, whoro ho left hor and retreated
into hit olllo out of hoarlng of tho aliuto
tho lady itlll continuod to uie. For this
offense ha was nrrosted, and Folic Mag
iitrata Ilird fined him. Of courso tho
doctor appoalod, and it confident that he
will win tho cat In tho circuit court.
.Special mooting of tho City Council callo 1
for general buslnen.
Council OiiAMiixn, i
Oil no, Novomber 26, It)73.
Froiont Ills honor, Mayor Wood, and
Aldorrnen Korsmoyor, McKwon, McCau-
loy, Morris, Nellis and Robinson C.
On motion ot Aldorman Koninoyor the
reading of tho minutei was dlipensed
The ordinance cotmiltteo roportod the
following bill for an ordinance, nhich was
road by tho clerk, viz:
An ordinandi to amend Ordinance No. (II,
known as tho Appropriation Ordinance.
Hkciio.v 1. That the Appropriation Ordl
nance for tho llical year entlluj; April lb,
numbered 01, be amended liy itrlklni;
out stibtilvl.loni 4 and 5 ol section 1 ol said
ordinance nnd whanging the figures iftvinc
the total appropriation Irom tl'J.'iH 78 to
1-oLica uoNaTAHLiH honun.
Tho ofllcial bonds of John Ilogau and
John Hhoehan as pollen constables In tho
sum of oiio thousand dollars eaob, waro
presuntod, and on motion of Aldorman
On motion of Aldorman McOauloy tho
aouncil adjournod. M. J. IIowlet,
and departures for tho 'it hours ending at 0
in, In.t evenlm; :
It A llabbaeo New Orleans
Arkansas Hollo Kvanavillo
Ida Leon 'Whooling
Coma and beo Mo" Louisville
Kob't Mitchell New Orleans
Charles liodmann .St. Louis
Alic , St. Louis
Arkansas Belle Kvansvillo
Tyrono Goose Island
Ida Leon Red Klver
"Come and Seo Mo" South
Rob't Mitchell Cincinnati
City of Alton New Orleans
Tus Kivkbs. Tho swoll in tha Ohio
at this point since last report was about
two foot, and continues at about the samo
rata. The Misiiisippl la about stationary
at St. Louis with scant five feet of water
out to Cairo.
Dcsinkis axd WiATnaa. Thoro was
considerable business transacted at tho
wharfboats yesterday, several boats mak
ing considerable additions totbeir cargoes
here. Tho weathor was warm and pleas
ant throughout the day.
MiacaLLAKtofs. The cargo cf tla
Lawrence was not Injared by the lato ac
cident, and Is being reihlppcd on the II. A.
Babbage. Tho liabbage will also take
the romainlng salt of tho Hover's tow to
St. Louis. Sho leaves this morning.
A telegram rcceivod in this city yester
day afternoon; from Capt. Pepper, an
nounces that tho Thompson Dean had loft
her roost at Cumberland Island, and sho
would arrive hero lut night. The high
wator in the Ohio aet her afloat.
'lua James Howard began to talco on n
cargo for New Orleans last ovening.
The Chas. Hodman came out from .St
Louis with two barges containing 1,100
tons of froight. Sho will complcto her load
here if possible
Tho Alice came out without wotting
spar, and reports Cvo feet 'J inches hence
to St. Louis; also ono bargo, of tho tow of
tbo Liberty No. 4 still aground nt Lib
orty Island. Tho Liborty No. 4 had
goae to Chester for coal.
OKAND FREE LUNCH.
Thero will be spread at tho
At 10 o'clock a.m.,
Sourkrout, and many
other dishes to tompt
tho palate of
Among tha liquors to bo sorved on this
occasion will bo Egg-Nog, tho first of the
soason in Cairo.
All to bo soasoned by music Irom Prof.
ltenborg's itring band.
I tako this opportunity to Inform tho
cltizons of Cuiro and surrounding country,
that I will rosumo my practice In tho city
of Cairo on or about tho 1st of Decomber.
9.39-tf. P. L. Williams, Dentist.
Two Batterioa of two Boilers, each 124
feet long, i inch Dram, 12 14 inch Flues
with tiro fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valvos, Chitnnoy and
Britcbin, all complete and in first-class
order); been used only throe months. For
price, etc., inquire of J. T. Hxnmie,
9-28-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
A clergyman, whilo residing in South
America as a missionary, discovered a
tale and slmplo remedy for the cure of
nervous weakness, early docay, diseasos of
tho urinary and seminal organs, and tha
wholp train of disorders brought on by
baneful and vicious habits. Great num
bers have been cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a deaira to benoflt the af
flicted and unfortunate, I will send tho
receipt ior preparing and using this mod
lelne In a sealed envelope, to anyone who
needs it,r of ehargt. Address
Joseph T. In man,
Station D, Bible House, New York.
August !0, 1 yr
All kinds of game constantly on hand
at Harry AValkor's, Commoroial avenuo
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
1 1-7-1 m
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Oas nnd Stoamfltttng on short notico
Bro"' lllockj 0-.8lf.
Go to Halloy'a for tho ilurnott iteam
cooking vosiel. il-G-lm
Go to Halley's for good bargains in
cooking and heating stovos. ll-U-lm
Iv you want tno bolt hoof itoak In tho
city, go to H. Pattorion', comer of Ninth
and Walnut streets. lw
toR a good squaro meal goto Harry
nlkar's restaurant, Comtnorcial nvonue
between Sovonth and Eighth street. 1m
S. l'ATTEnsoy, on tho corner of Ninth,
and Walnut streets will kocp frosh llih on
Friday, if tho tamo can be had. lw
Go to S. Pitttorson's, cornor of Ninth
and Walnut strooU, for tho bolt sauiago
in tho city. lw
Fon oas and steam llltiug gu to Hon-
nle's Vulcan iron works, Comtnorcial
avonuo, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
Til a European hotel, llar.'y Walkor
proprietor, li opon ut all hours of tlio
P. Fitzgorald at his rooms, cornor
Fourteenth itroot an 1 Comtnorcial ave
nuo, offers for sato Guinness' Porter &
Iiass' alus and puro Hunnessy brandy,
and the genuine Asgoituro bitters, all
euros. Try them
Uy Harttnan, a fine
At a great bargain,
Call at Ilartman's salosroom, 10.1 Com
"Fools daro to tread where Angola
bashful look." For an Illustration, neo
thn foolish presumption of some avari
cious liquor dculers in tampering with
tho livos of the Innocent by palming off
a poisonous decoction, either by tho gal
lon or in counterfeit bottlos and label 1
for Dr. McCabo'a irenuino Modicated
A Nw E.NTXRriusR. Dr. I). F. Fiold
will run a lino of hacks between Cairo
and tho terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
Si Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
and 2jo'clock, p. m., making cloie con
nection with the trains on that road.
Orders for pasiongors or baggago should
be left at Field's stable, on 10th street.
Nonce Is horeby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho em
ployee of Tn Cairo Bulletin, either
or thorasolves or for tho use of tho office
unleeo the samo ara furnished on an ordor
(Igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly Joan II. Obiblt.
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopath ist physi
cian, late of Shawnoetown, has located In
this city and intonds making it his homo
TUm 4on4 nmo to Cairo wH v Moni.
mended, aua tefors to lb officere of the
First National bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom be Is wall known, bavfng practlcod
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair share of tho patronage of
our citizens. Office 140 Comtnorcial ave
Washington aveutie. 11-a.t tf
FOK SALK. At a bargain. A beautlfnl
counter, walnut top, 19 feet long. Knqulre
corner Thirteenth and Walnut street, or at
Till! Uui.leti.v bindery. 11-20 2w
JUST received and for sale, 200 boxes of
very line cream chceso atl4 cents per pound
wholesale, by G. M. A I J) KM tc Co.
IF you want bargains go to Ilartman's.
Latest style hats f 1 00. Country knit socks
us cents a pair. A complcto suit for 9 00,
All wool delaines 17 ccntv. Extra hoavy
blankets 4 00.
NOTICE, I tuku this method of Inform
ing tho public that 1 havo returned to tho
city, and nm now prepared to till orders for
photographs at my Gallery, corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenue.
J. J. THOMAS,
Phillips and Ilnggs',
Comer Tenth and Commercial,
NOTICE On and ulter Monday, Novem
ber 3, and through tho winter, u warm lunch
will bo spread at tho Thalia saloon, opposite
Tint IlULLicTi.v otllee, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of tho season.
11-llui A. Jakckkl, Proprietor.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED 11AGGAGK.
All baggago held for charges at tho St.
Charlos hotel, ami unclaimed provlous to
that date, will bo sold at public auction on
Friday tho 20th day of December, at 10
o'clock a.m., a: Ilartman's auction room.
11-2& 80d F. D. Kexpohd, Proprietor.
NOTICE Ilelng determined to close my
business house, 1 shall from and after this
date, still for sath only. All persons In
debted to mo aro respectfully lequcsted to
eloso their accounts Immediately, Charles
D. Arter is hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all claim duo me.
FKED, STiTCHKlt has purchased tho
barber shop of Geo, Kelnlng, who retires
for tho benefit of his health, Tho shop Is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Klghtecuth streets, und its
new proprietor Is determined to make it
first-class In ovcry particular. Ho invites
public patronage, 10-20 lm
JUtS. MATT IK BOWEl.L, hairdrosser
and dealer Iu all kinds of human hair,
switches, curls, llettcs, braids, itc, takes
this method of informing her friends und
tho public generally, that shu has removed
her storo from Washington to Commercial J
avenue, between 3iiitu and Tcntu streets,
where sho will bo pleased to welcome ull
her old frscuds and customers. Mrs. Sowell
has added larttely to her stock of lino
nwitchos, curls, etc., and will sell aa low as
any dealer In tho city. 1 1-22 1 w
As there has been ofTerod lit this market
anlnferloa quality of oil, under tho namo
of Aurora oil, I deem It necessary to stato
that I am sole proprietor ol the abovo named
oil In this county, and shall proiccuto any
Infringement on the patent right.
11-23 tf. B. V. Parker,
NOVEMBER. 27, 1873
WANTED Fivo tons of dry corn hutk
Inhales or sacks, for mattress making, deliv
ered at G. W. Hick's factory, oppnMto
Grcenllcld'a ferry, on tho Mlisiilppt levcc
tarilusk beds llllcd at tho shop. Tho bnt
and chcapcrt nmttrtMcs nnd pillows over
otlorcd In thli m.irkot, for rnlo nt O. W.
Whltlock's, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington nvcntio. ll-lUlm
K I NO OFTIIE1II.OOD.
roll salt rtiiKUM, Kitui-rioNs, hcalu
Cabk. I havo been troubled for tho lat
thirty years with salt rheum on my hand".
Thoy havo been so nt times that I havebcon
utnblo to tno thorn for nny purpose for
which thoy wore Intended. 1 was adl;od
by a friend or initio, who had used tho IC,
of tho II., to try It. 1 did xo. llnvo ucd
even bottloi, and to nil nppcarancis my
hands aro well. Thoy look nnd feel us
though nn entirely new skin had been formed.
I)nii(fiit, II .South street, Uticu.
Seo advertisement In another column.
WHAT IS SAUHlA'IUSr-Salcratus I,
tho salts of ley uiul carbonic acid gas : How
mtieh calls of loy nnd Carbonic acid gas one
can bear, nnd remain healthy U a question
for u falcrntus cater. .Somo pcoplo nay
saleratus will not harm the stomach. It Is a
ley. Tho only safo wholckomo material for
dally uo lu making your bread, bl'cuits,
pantry, etc., Is Dr. Price's Cream Haklng
Powder, which contains no suhttatico but
that tho stomach needs to keep It healthy.
And his .Special Flavoring, Vanilla, Necta
rine, etc., are tho best mid pitrcut mado
Every afternoon nt two o'clock at
my salesroom, and every night
during this week, at 111 Commercial
avonuc, 1 will olfer to tho trade n largo as
sortment of boots, shoe?, ladles' galtcru,
children's i-lioc?, hats, (.ocks, dry goods,
piece goods, Ink, hcUsotm, paper, collars,
ribbons, buttons, thread casc, pencil",
combs, ono alarm money drawer, kid cloc,
gent'a buck glou'saud many other .article
too numerous to mention.
ltcmembcr rcgulnr sales of furniture
ovcry Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, run.
ll-2C-rt Louis Mvens, Auctioneer.
GO AND CONSULT
Madame Do (irau,
Seer and Clairvoyant.
She Is tho seventh daugtcr of the seventh
daughter. She can bo consulted nt her suit
of parlors nt tho Arllngtln house, tlrst lloor.
comer of Seventh street and Commercial
avenue, Cairo, for n rhort time only. She
gives adWce ou nil business matters; tells
how to recover lost or stolen property; tells
of lovers, nnd even telle tho namo of the
person you aro to mary. Fee, $1. All let
ters answered promptly by Inclosing tl nnd
stamp. Hours from S a.m. to 10 p.m.
Jilt. FKED. Wl.NTKUHEKG has Just re
turned from St. Louis, whero ho purchased
as tine a stock of tho various grades of lino
leather as was ever brought to this city, and
proposes to work it.Into boots and shoes for
his customers. Ho makes lino boots a spe
ciality, and is confident of his ability to cope
with any boot niakor In this city In this lino
ot worv. llo employs nono but tho best
workmen, ami n a c.omcqucnco turns out
only tlrst class work. While lu St. Louis ho
visited all the principal shops nnd secured
patents of ull tho latest styles and Improve-
mcntd, and will give his customers tho ben
eut of them. Work douo promptly nnd on
short notico. All work warronted. 11-20 lOt
Hoot and shoe maker, Twentieth street, ho
tweon Washington avenuo and Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boots anu shoes
in tho latest and most fashionable styles.
He will make tliom to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of tho host and
frehest stock, of which he always has n
good supply on hand from which to mnko
selections. All fitting of boots nnd clioes
mado by Mr. fchlers Is dono in his own shop
no lorcign lilting being used bv him.
Give him a call, and ho will give you satis
VKItY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
cluslvcly In gcntlomen's clothing und gout's
ninilBliing goods.and having on hand n largo
and well assorted stock of fall and winter dry
goods, notions, etc., etc., which wo dcslro to
close out entirely, wu tako this method to
Inform tho public that wo shall, after Nov
ember 1st, sell all goods in our storo lu the
dry good line, nt first cost. All ottrgoods
wcro bought at tho lowest market prlco.aud
are fresh and sultablo for this Boason. Thoso
wishing to obtain good bargains should
call on us beforo purchasing elsewhere.
Hl.UM tV A.NhOM,
No, 112 Commercial aveuticr between J
Ilurger and Elliott Jt Haythorn. ll-l-lm.
REMOVAL-DK. II. C. TA1IKK
Has removed his otllce Into tho second
story of Riser's bulldlng.corncr Eighth street
ami; Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Illinois,
whero ho will continue to treat all Chronic
diseases, with tho most approved molhnds
known to modern science, Including Klee
trlclty, for many norvous complaints, rheu
matism, deafness, epllcpscy, prnlysl, tumors
niidcunsers. Ulcers of ull kinds healed moro
safely than by any other method. Tho In
halation of mcdlcatod vapors ltnn Important
anxiiiary in tho treatment of tho air pass-
ages, Including Inclplut stages of consump
tion, All diseases peculiar to
women, and ull dlltlctiltles of the Genlto-
Urenary system, carefully nnd confidently
treated; and, when ut ull practicable, utn
dlstauco by letter. Tho numerous com-
plulnts of thU climate, resulting from
Can often bo treated nt a distance and
medicines sont by express, Consultation
freo In all cases, and charges for treatment
In treating this class of complaints, It Is
nocoswy to hour In mind that patluneo is
required on tho part of tho patient ns well
as with tho physician. It Is not because of
tho want of knowledge that so many do not
succeed with theso complaints ns :i want ol
carelul aud continued application of tho
remedies, und tho Judicious changes which
tho system roqulrcs when n lemody bo-
comes Inert from habit. Through nnoxteu
slvo practice of moro than thirty years, I
havo learned tbo Inestimable value of pa
tience. . '
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Huppy relict for young inonirom tho ef
fects ol errors nnd utilises In early life. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of trontment. Now
and remarkable remedies. Hooks nnd clr
eulars seut free, In aoaled envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No, 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa an Institu
tion havluc a hlffh rcnutatlnn fir honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-2U d&wilm I
tjao lr;nonry;WoHfii Tosilc nnd ,
It Is the great household rrndy, plftsantfo
take, yet potsnt for the prevention and cure of
itlsraaea. It la brtttr than IHttrra, Cordial,
tluchu or 8araaparllla, Sold by bnigglitt
Ir. ITcnry'a Root ntiil Plnnt Pill.
Jllld yet tboronh no nausa or jrilplnj- n
Urcly vegetahle-great tlvtr remedy. Prlco M
icnta. Bold by Druggists.
lira. TOhllcomb'a Nymp..
The (rreat soothing remedy. Trlen only IJ
:nts. OlTca rest to the mother and health to
the child SoldhyDrngKlsU.
Jntrredlng Work, Knlarjed Edition, Kew
(nravlncs, Two-hundred and ility Psr-i,
?rlte 50 cents. AJdrm Dn. Butts' Diarm
liar, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho great discovery of tho
iiS'o. There Is 110 pain which
tho Centaur l.lnlmcnt will not
relluve, no swelling which It
wlllnot subdue, and no lame
nc" which It will not cure.
.This is strong Inngnaec. but
ltj,i in-hub, 11 in 1111 mimiHig;
'WV?s the rcclno Is tirlntecl nrnmul
each bottlo, A circular containing certifi
cates or wonderful cures ol rhcumntlun
neuralgia, lock-jaw, sprains, swellings,
burns, scalds, cakod.tirca.sts, polsonnu
bites, frozen feet, gout, snltrhcum.car-acho
Sic, and the reclpo ot tho Liniment will bo
sont gratis to anyone. It Is tho most won
derful healing nnd pain relieving agent tho
world has overproduced, It cl7s as no ar
ticle ever beforo did sell, and It soils bccntisn
It docs Just what It pretends to do, Ono bot
tle of tho Centaur l.lnlmcnt for anlmaU
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred dol
lars for spavined, strained or galled horses
and mules, and for screw-worm in sheep.
So family or ttock-ownor can ntlord to bo
without Centaur Liniment. Price, o0eont;
Urgo bottles, (1. ,1. II. i!oo & Co., r'i
llroadway, New York.
CASTOKIA Is moro than a substitute lor
Castor Oil. It is tho only kavk artlclo In
oxi-tenco which Is suro to regulato the bow
el; euro wlndcollo anil prodiico natural
sleep. Itlsplcasaiittotake. Chlldrennccd
not cry and mothers may slocp. 10-7 wty
(Successor to James Kyrisston,)
AND DXALXR IN ALL KlKDS OV
Couwbii Ninktentii and Poplar Htb.,
Iluys and slaughters only the best eattle,
togs and shoop, nnd Is prcparod to till any
leinaod for fresh munts from ono pound to
ten thousand pounds.
JIYLAN'D & SAUER,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th strcot and Commercial avenu
next door to tbo Uyland saloon.
11-10 tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
Emivrn Stueet, Between WAsniNQTOK
.A1TD COMMERCIAL AVMTUBS,
Adjoin far BlilnahaaM nnd Hnnaw ,
Hoop tha ll6lt or Bnii. Pnrlr Ui.ll... ir 1
.u?h.S1.u.,',(, ""1 Prepared 10 1 me
.......... ... .ltD aucujiiauie manner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
AND DEALER IN..
ALL KINDS OF FRESH JIJ3ATS.
Wear eor. Tireuilelb Mreet nuU Co 01.
lluvs and slauehtnra rrnW thit lmt I'.m.
itost anil Sheen, and in tirrnnrml 1.1 mi nr.
jers for Krcsh Moats from 011a to ton thnn.
and pounds. 7-22tf
rner 1 wolfth strcot and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Lato of St. Louis,)
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
II LAN IC HOOKS of every description done
with nentners itnd dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notico. Iliblcs, Music,
Magazines aud Periodicals bouud neat ami
at tho lowest possible rates.
ounty work, such as Records, Dockets
Fae Itook". lllanks, etc., mado n ipeclallty
'.lores, Pocket Hooks, Knvo lopes, etc
mvlo to order 11.24
MKAI. EHTATK AOE1VCT.
0. WINSTON &, CO.,
REAL E3TATE AGENTfi
74 (SE(X)ND rLOOU) OHIO LEVEE,
Uct and Sill Real Ehtati,
1'URNIBH A11HTRAOTS OK T1TLH
An t prerar CfnTevaniM nf Klmla!
P. W. STRAUTZ,
A.N ATOM ICA I.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Cor, 8th St. aud Commercial Ave.
Hunts and Hhooa mado to ordor.and In
thelntostantl most fashionable styles.
BEM1S, BROWN & CO.,
Aoints IIoui Cotton Mill
MO, W Ohio Law, Cairo, lL'i;
!hfSeraa Mmt Jh Mi, lgtt.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
rrJ-V II. 8AKKORD, lreeldont!?
LZZ. S. TAYLOR. VIn.Irn.l.l.n. i
0,ll. HYSLOP, SooroUry and Tn'SSii
f. N. annul. n.11 a....
K. II. Htooat mn, pA0l o. Haan.
n. ii.ucasissniy, II, P, Haiusat,
J. 89. PnftltM. 1
HepoalU ol aorAnoaal KsntTe4ifi
JNTKUK3T paxl on lenoatu at the rate ef atx
. wu Pri uuuin, inarcn island Heptem
Tr.'?1' 1,n'',' ""I w thdrawn Is added Imme
lilatoljr to tho principal of the deposits, thereby
tvinjr them compound Interest. "u7
UARRIED WOMEN AND oniLDRXN MAT
') TB1T KO 0I 1L11 C4M CaiW IT.
- 0.PoB.'.rT bu"'ns Jay from a.m. to S p.m
and HAtimlaT ore-.aR lor HA VINO DKFOHITt
ant;, from t to 0 clock,
''' w. IITHI.OP.Treaanrer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
T3 A ISTTC.
KA IK O.
Wi P. HAI.LIDAT, Prosldasti
IIB14RT I.. HALLIDAT, Vice-President
A. R. HAFFORI), Oaahler;
WALTER HTriLOl', Asststtn Caihltr-
Ktaats TiTtni, IloaiiT H. Ocaaiagnaa,
Hasar h. Hauidat, W. P. Ualliiiav,
Gag. V. WiLUiBtoa, Htiriim Bias
A. II. Barroao.
Bzohaaaare, Cola and United ntatea
Honda Ilonchs and Hold.
IlKPOHITH rncelve.1, and
a aaneral banklna
FIRST NATIONAL BANi$
It. 7. Miller, PresldenL
J. M. l'llti i.ii'H, Vlco-1'rosldont.
Ciiab. CUNNINOHAM, Cashier.
30LLKOTION8 PBOM1TLY MADE.
fJlxoniNaK, oaln, bank notes aad
AJJ btateasecaru'ea bo
uaht and sold.
lotoreal AllowaJ II met Deisoalla
BAM.UKL P. WIIEELEll,
ATTORN KY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OfUce over First National bank. 3-IMra
Otaceover First National bank.
John U. Mulkcy.
Willam C. Mulkey
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
"'Offlco! F.lghth strcot, betweon Conuner
elal and Washington avenues,
ORE EN & GILBERT,
William II. Oreen, 1
William Ji. (Jlltierl,
aWSpeeial attention glren lo A.lmlrallT aad
ornoB onio levee, boohs 7 aud 8 ovn
OITT NAT10HAL IIAVK.
Tlelween Fourth and Sixth Streets.
JOHN (JOCK EL, - PnorniETOit.
This hotto h.nvltiB reenntly unilcrRono
thiiroiiL'h repairs, and addition of more than
iiH'iily cood sued and well turn shed rooms
havliiK been added to It, is now prepared
to accommodate comfortably at least one
hundred L'ilets, Tho table Is alwaya sup
plied with the best tha market aimrds,
served up In tho mot approved stylo.
Terms reasonable. A sharo ot patronage
solicited, 11-10 tf
Cairo Box and Basket Cor
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIABD AUD SOFT.
Keep constantly on nana
Flooring and Sim.vo, atcbo Lath.
MILL AUD YARD COBKEH TUWTT'f OUbTH
aTRBKT AD OHIO L1VE1.
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS. M0