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THE UA1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER. 2, 1878
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT. .
Obmrvik'b Orrier, Caiiio, Ills., J
December 1, 10:11 p.m., 1873. J
lUiomter, iK'-r. degroei.
Thermometer, 01 degreea.
Wind loutli. Telocity IU inlles per
Maximum temperature tor Uat ut hours,
Minimum temperature lor tbe last il hourt,
1'revaliltiK wind for last It hours, loutb.
foul number of miles traveled by wind
during Utt It hours, 'IW.
Observer Signal .Service, 11. S. A
I'll II-. II. SAUI'.
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ii. O. PATIKM
. T. N. K1MBROUGII,
! CARPENTER & BUILDER
1 Teaitla Blreat Hud WMtilBlaai Avauno
I KIA11 klndi of Jobbing' work don on
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SUN,
(lueoeaieraio Joha U. Phlllli,)
A DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT8,
J! lour, Meal, uran, so.,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
iiuoi. Tsmth Stbibt amp Onto LlYII
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
11 H. C'luut.xa UuhtoM, of (Jarbondalo,
wai tn the city tut evening.
Ir you want llilngl clean and nice you
will x to l'attenon'i meat market, cor
ner ol Ninth and Walnut itrteli. lw
Ahsocutk justics-s McUhite and Mar
chlldou arc in tho city attending county
WawTrij, To ront, two unfurnished
rooms in a privato khouie, without board'
Addreii box It; J, Cairo. 21
Tux DucomUr torm of tho Aleiandcr
county court convened yesterday
nornlng, V. Droit, county judge, and Se
Vjro Marchlldon and Jai. K. McCrite, ai
Hocialei, being present,
A Linux and complete slock of dry
gcodf, clothing, boots and shoes and crock
ery at panic prices. Also tho largest as
ortmontof bolllday toyiand fancy goods.
Call and loo beforo purchasing eliowbeie,
at llartman'i. 11-29 tf
1'OLICI Magistrate ill rd bad a brisk
day ol It yesterday, no leu than a dozen
unfortunate! being brought up with a
"round turn." Thoy were all charged
with miner ofieniei, and roceived their
SmKiri' Iavixln attempting to arrest
a whlto man yesterday, on a charge of
robbery, was resisted, and forced to use a
"persuader " in tbeshspo of a QvoiUooUr
tu conipol bit man to " como along, AVe
were unable to obtain full particulars.
II. Joxia, faahionabla boot and shoe
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest Improvements in the He of his
business. Only the best ana noit com
patent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be Srilclasi in every respect.
.Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
Oipt. V. P HaLLIDit having recent
ly sunk a new shaft, struck a vein ot coal
six feel four Inches In tbieknesi, and of a
very superior quality, which ii laid to be
equal if not tuperior to the liig Muddy
coal. There is little or no sulphur In it(
and the captain Is sanguine that he can
now supply the market with tho best coa-
mlned la Southern Illinois.
A Nxw KxTiarkisx, Dr. II. Y, Field
will run a line of haeka between Cairo
and the terminus of the Cairo, Arkansas
Jc Texat railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. in., and
aud )o'clock, p. m., making close con
nection with the tralni on that road.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
be left at Field's stablr, on 10th street.
Tulki was hot timos amoLg tho steam
boat! at the wharf yeiturday. Tho James
Howard loading at one wharfboat and
soveral bargea belonging to the Misiissippi
-i . -,--- - -t'
other, talca of frlegbt were chopped down
to a mere song, and at three o'clock both
partios ro orToring to carry pound
freights at 12), find Hour nt 'JS cents. This
Is a lower rate than has boen offered in
this port for many years, and every mer
chant who had a hundred pounds that he
wished to ship, was not slow to take ad
vantage of tbe opportunity.
Tux barber shop is on tbe corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stietihouse with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soot'uo
your feelings with a smooth shave, or coo
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a rst-?lass shop, and you are
sure of receiving tlrsl-claii treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the moil approved styles. 8-15-tf
Ox Sunday evening last Mr. Kdward
Dozonla and Miss Sarah It. Clark, both of
this city, were united In marriage. The
marriage ceremony was performed in St.
Patrick's church by Kiv. Father O'Halior-
an. Alter tbo corornouy tho happy couple
returnod to the brido's homn at tho corner
of Twolfth and Poplar struct! , where they
woro met by a large party if friends and
acquintances, among thorn a number of
the moat prominent gentleman of tbo city.
Tbo newly married pair were the recipi
ents of numerous beautiful and costly
preionti, ono Item being a full chamber
lot. May they live long and bo happy Is
tbe wish of all who know them.
The Steamer Illinois being about to be
withdrawn from the Cairo and Columbus
transfer business, tho efllcera of the boat
propose to give a grand supper and ball
In honor of the pail services ef tbe boat.
Th'j affair will be under tbe management
of the following gentlemen, a fact which
of Itself Is a sufficient guarantee that it will
b) a pleasant and joyous occasion: Mai
tor of ceremonies, Capt. J. W. McKinney;
committoa of arrangomots, W. J. Rudd,
M. L. Dunning and I). Hunter ; recoptlon
committee, 0. T. Itudd, W. 11. Pitchor, U.
L. McGee, Geo, Clay and W. II. Hughe ;
floor managers, H. A. Uannan.U. R. Kyle,
J. II. Rutnmel, Geo. Sanders and J. W.
Mason. Isenborg's string band has been
ngaged, and every effort will be put
forth to make it an occasion long to bo re
tnombered by those who participate.
I take this opportunity to Inform tho
citlxeni of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practice in tbo city
of Cairo on or about tba lit of Decombor.
0-80-tf. P. L. Willumi, Dentist.
P. Fitzgerald at bit roomi, cornor
Fourteenth street an I Commercial ave
nue, o if en for lale Gulnnen' Porter &
Uais' alci and purti Hennessy brandy,
and the genuine Asgosture bitten, all
first-class cnoiera cure. Try them
Two llatteriei of two Boilers, each Hi
feet long, i ineb Dram, 2 14 inch Fluei
with Are fronts. Mud and Steam drumi
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Rritcbin, all complete and in nrit-olan
order?; been uitd only three months. For
price, etc., Inquire ot J. T. It I nix,
0-23-tf. Vute&n Iron Worki
Pkick Current Orricx, l
Monday Kvo , Deo. I, 1673.
The week npuna with an usually active
market for grain and, hy, cnusod partly
by an advancn of price', and an Increased
domand in tho southern market, and by a
strong competition for freight between thtf
bargo lino and tbe steamers, now at this
port loading for tho south, by which
freights aro cut down 30 per cent. A
temporary reduction of which shippers
aro anxious to tako advantage. All re
ceipts of oati, corn and meal wero dis
posed of to-day, and prices closed firm
lluyeta wore willing to advance still
further on mixed corn. Flour continues
heavy and dull, with small receipts and
mall exports. Choico hay was in good
demand to-day. Receipt! are liberal
and stocks are full. Common Hay ! quiet
f9Currospondonts should bear in mind
that these quotations are for rouPd l"ts
from first hands. For broken ana eiuai.
lots, and in filling orders, an advance
Ii charged over these prices.
FLOUR Tha markup's heavy and dull
at present, but tho prospect ahead Is flat
tering, and we are confident a heavy trade
will soon set in. Transactions aro limited
to 800 bbls. as follows: 100 various
grades 'j 50 9 50; 160 do do $7 50.
8 CO; 100 do do f 4 GO 8 CO; 360 do do
Cg,8 50; and 100 XX fC 60.
HAY Choice finds a fair market at
quotations. Receipt! are large and stocks
heavy. Common Ii neglected. We note
lalei of 4 can choice del 117017 50; 1
car strictly choico del $18; 4 can mixed
del $16(2)1, and 1 car prairie del sold at
CORN There was considerable ex
citement in the corn market to-day and
prices jumpped up a couple of cent ovor
tho pricei of last week. All on the market
wai taken early in tbo day and buyen
wero offering as high as 49c in bulk for
old mixed, and COo for whlto at the close
ot the market. We note salss sjnee our
last issue, (which includes sales of last
three days) ai follow! : C can raized,
lacked and del 52 51c; 10 sacks white at
points below C3c; i! can mixed and 1 car
white in sacks hoi 54:; 1! cars bulk whlto
mid early at 48c, and 4 cars new mlxod In
bulk sold on track to-day at 4Co.
OATS This market, like corn, dis
played considerable animation and excite
ment to-day. Reoipti were all taken
and tho market ctosod firm at 3'Jc in bulk
and sacked. Sales were 17 can niixeJ
lacked and del 4lloc; 1 car black do
dec; 3 can mixed in bulk S'Jc. and 1 car
mixed light lold at 4 to.
CORN MEAL Scarce. Receipts aro
small and demand good. Pricei are firm
and transactions limited by lack of sup
plies. Sales embrace 400 bbls steam dried
del at 2 25.
KRAN Qulot and unchanged. Quote 1
UUTTEK Heavy and dragging, lie
coipts aro liberal and only a vory fancy
article will bring tnoro tbau 2Sc. The de
mand is only moderate and is confined to
choico grades. Sales wero ID pkgs roll at
2415e; 0 boxes do 2225c, and 2,000 lbs
choice roll sold at 2Cc.
EGGS Tbe demand continues active
with 2Cc as the ruling figure. Those
packed in cases command a cent or two
more. We note tales 10 boxes at 25c. and
1,000 dozen in casoi at 2C28c.
CHICKENS Very dull. No demand
at all lor live or dressed. Wo note sales of
40 do 7. dressed at 13, accordingato qual
ity and condition.
TURK KYS Quiet and dull. We note
sales of lbs at 12jc.
ORANGES Wo note sale ol 9 bbls
slightly damaged at $8'J.
APPLES The demand is activo and
pricoa firm for choice. Sales 100 bbls
choice nortborn at $4 60 and 70 bbls com
mon to choice at $- 504 SC.
POTATOES Scarco. Wo note taloi
of CO small bbls $2 75 and 50 largo bbli at
$3 V bbl.
CHEESE Wo note sales of 20 boxes
cream cheese at 14c.
continued good at $3 504 50. Oranges
ure quoted quiet at $10)1.
POTATOES-Scarco. Quoted at $3 V
CIDER Wo note tales of 10 bbli at
CHEESE 40 boxet cream sheeio told
CADI1AGE Quoted 8 to 10c.
LARD Tierco 8Jc; keg OQlOc.
CHEESE New York factory per lb,
SYRUPS The demand li fair for
choice at C0c$l per gal, and New Or
leans at 75($BUO.
PLASTERING HAIR-SSo per bushel.
LIME In lots $1 16 toll 25 per bbl.
CEMENT At wholesale 12'i CO per
11UKLAPS-2J bushelt corn, 0 oz
16Jc; do 10 oz lGc; 4 buibeli oats 20c; 6
SOAP Shaoffor's German motted "Je
Champaign soap, 7Jc. '
TALLOW Per lb 7o.
COFFEE Scarce and firm, Java tell
ing at 353Cc, Laguayra none.
SUGAR Coffee A, 12j13c
BEESWAX 28o porlb.
FKATIIEUS L. G. per lb CCc
TEAS Imperial, 75ctl 26; Gun
powder, 75c$l 26; Ooolong black, 7c
0$1 00; Young Hyson, 11 40.
BROOMS Dull; common house sell at
$1 60 to 2 50; choico and extra choico $8
03 75; ttoamboat $4 CnC 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, compressed tn
New York, 85c! to Boston, $1. Uncom
pressed, to Now York, $1 14; to IJoston
RATES To Now Orleans and Vicks
burg: Potatoes, apples, oto, 60c; pound
freights 25c cwt; bay $7 por ton; whiskey
$1 40 por bbl.
TO MEMPUIS-Flour, etc, 30o per
bbl; pound freight 15o cwt; hay $5 per
ton whisky 80c per bbl.
Heavy Under Sblrti and Drawer at 60
centi each at Hartuian's,
Altai V A. I.I
aud depatturn for tbe 24 hours ending at 0
i. iu, Ust evening :
Slermer Hllnoir, Columlui
" lielle Memphis St Louis
" 11 S Turnor Cincinnati
11 Ella Hughe? Nashville
" Guy Wayward, Ohio river
11 City Helena, St Louis
" Alico Memphis
" Idlowlld Evansvillo
" City Vlcksburg Vlcksburg
11 Grand Lake No 2,...N. Orleans
11 John Moans, Cincinnati
" Arlington, Memphis
" Fred Wilson No 2...N. Orleans
1' Laura Davis, Retirement.
Steamer Illinois Columbus
" Idlewild Eramvill
" Uolle Memphl Memphis
" H S Turner Now Orleans
" Ella Hughes Nasbvlville
' Henry Ames, St Louis
" Keystone St Louis
" Wayward South
" City Helena Vlcksburg
" Alice, St Louii
" City Vickiburg Mound City
" Grand Lako. No 2 Pitttburg
" Fred Wilton Pitttburg
" Arlington Cincinnati
Our assertion that tbe Alaska bad boen
raised wai prtmaturo. She It not afloat
and all further attempti to raise her until
the river falls have been abandoned. Her
cargo it being removed, and the undamaged
freight forwarird to itt detllnatton. Capt
Frank Oakt and a part of the Alaska
crew went home on tbe Arlington
Diver Hiram Hill went up on the Idlo
wlld to bring down the wrecking boat
Charlie Hill, and the machinery or the
unken Hero, whlrh be will hold
for salo here at reasonable figures.
Diver Hill hat 'contracted
to do tome work for tho Illinois Ctntrtl
and Mississippi Central roads at this port
Tbe U. S. Turner wat full of peo
ple and bad a good trip of freight for
New Orleans Tho Carrio V. Kountr.
came out with about half a cargo for
New Orleans, which she resblppcd on the
Jamos Howard. The latter leaves this
evening The Ella Hughes brought
a slim trip from Nashville Sunday
Tho Henry Ames brought 75 tons for tbe
east, and has 1600 ticks salt; 200 hhds
tiigar; COO bbls of molasses; 700
pkgs of tundrlct for St. Louii Tho
Alico brought 109 balei of cotton for tie
Bait, and has 665 bate! for St. Lou!
The City of Vickiburg has laid up at
Mound City for tho tcason. Tho harlor
at Mound City will bo the roiling place
this winter of tbe Anchor Lino lleet,
The Laura Davis goei to St. Louii to
come out In the Anchor Line during low
water Tbe Grand Lake No. 2 and
Fred Wilson No. 2 go to Pittsburg with
empty coal barges The insgboat
DoRusiey has done good work between
this port and Memphis, having averaged
a dozen snagi per day lime leaving
ur. niter woming uowa 10
Helena aho will turn around and work
back to this port The Arlington
haa 242 balei of cotton Tha John
Meant hai U barges containing 800 tons
of freight for New Orleans, and had Lot
docided last eronlog whether she would
go through with it or rtsbip here
Tbo Keystone took two bargei of itavet
to St. Louii The Lawrence it fully
repaired, and it waiting for something to
turnup Tho Grand Tower will lay
up at Mound City when she arrives from
Memphis. She is due this morning
Capt. Spane, of tbe Bismarck, ofl'irs ex
traordinary inducements to shippers who
dosire to accompany their lretghti to
Now Orleans. Call on him
The Fanale Lowit waa aground at l'latina
rxk and the Muhawk at the llarrackt
when the Chester camo by The His-
marck will be here to-day somotima fron
St. Louis The rivor Is getting to low
that tbo Anchor Line is introducing a
tlleot of light draught boats in place of
their side wheelers, which are retiring.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Full suite from $4 to $12 at Hart-
Hickory Snirts at 26ceuti each at Hart-
Gai and Steamtltting on ihort notice
Iiross' Block. J.28tf.
Al.L wool delanes, 16 cents per yard, at
Hartman'i. 11-29 tf
Go to Halley'i for tbe Burnett steam
cooking vessel. ll-6-ltn
Go to Ualley'a for good bargains In
eeoklng and heating stoves. 11-C-lm
Overooala Chinchilla from $7 to f 9, at
Ir you watt tbo best boef steak in tho
city, go to S. Patterson's, cornor of Ninth
and Walnut streets. lw
Latist ittle gents' hats from $1 to
$1 60, at Htrtraan's. 11-29 tf
Fox a got1 square meal go to Harry
Walker's res.aurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh aud Eighth street, lm
S. Fattekio, on the corner of Ninth.
and Walnut itroeti will keep froih fish on
Friday, if thi same can be had. lw
LAitox all-vool six-pound blankets at
$4 25 per pair, at Hartman'i. 11-:'J tf
Go to S. iattorion's, corner of Ninth
and Walnut itroeti, for tho best sausago
ia tbe city. lw
Fob oui anl steam fitting go to Ron
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot o' Ninth street 9-10-tf
Country kilt locks, all wool, 35 centi
por pair, at Hirtman'i. 1 1-39 tf
All kinds oT gatno constantly on hand
at Harry Water's, Commercial avenue
between Sevonh and Eighth itreeti.
Uy lartmao, a fin
At agreat bargain,
Call at Uartian's salesroom, 106 Com
roil.SAI,E.-Ata liirgaln, A "beautiful
counter, walnut top, 1M feet long. Enquire
corner Thirteenth ami Walnut alrcct, or lit"
Tub Uui.lktin bindery. 11.202W
A Sl'KU.u. Convocation of Cairo It. A.
Chapter No. 71. will bo held thU, truciday)
evening, Decrinbti ?, si3, lor work In tlio
M. M. degree, lly order of tho M. Ex. II.
P. (J. It a.n.n r, Mce'y,
NOT1CK I take this mcthed of Inform
ing the public that 1 have returned to tho
city, an J nm now prepared to till onlcri fur
photograph at my Gallery, corner ol
Eighth street uml C'uiuiuercl:il avenue.
J. J. THOMAS,
Phillips and lings',
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Nuein.
ber 3, and through thu winter, a warm luucli
will be spread at the Thalia saloon, oppotlte
Tilt: UUM.ETI office, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the dellcaciei of the season.
11-1 lm A. Jakceki., 1'roprlclni,
NOTICE.-IIOARI) OK TRADE.
A meeting or tho members of tho C'lmm
berof Commerce will bo held to-day, (I'lmrt
day) at 10 o'clock a.m. A lull attondence
lly orJerof tho prealdcnt.
E. A. UntNKTT, Secretary.
NOTICE. CAIRO E-NCAMPMENT
I. O. O. F.
The regular meeting of Patriarchs takes
place this (Tuesday) evening, In Odd-Fellow's
Hall, at 8 o'clock. Members ol tbe
Encauipmcut arc cordially Invited to attend.
J.NO.ll. Uosmian, Scribe.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED llAGOAGE.
All baggage held for charge at the at.
Charles hotel, and unclaimed provloui to
that date, will bo sold at public auction on
Friday the 20th day ot December, at 10
o'clock a.m., a'. Hartman'i miction room.
11-26 i!0d F. I). ItKxroHH, Proprietor.
NONCE Using determined to cMe my
business huute, 1 ah all from aud niter thin
date, tell for :U only. All peraon In
debted to mo arc respectfully icqucatcd to
closo their accounts Immediately. Charlca
D. Artcr Is hereby empowered to collect,
recivc, aud receipt all claims duo me.
WANTED Fho ton of dry corn liuski
tnbales or aaok, tormattrosa making, deliv
ered at O. W. llick'n laetory, oppotlto
Greenfield' ferry, on the Mlsaiatppl levco
EsTHusV bods filled ut the shop. The het
and cheapest mattrccsf i and pillnwt ever
offered In tills market, for tale at O. W.
Whltlock't, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue. 11.19 lm
Tho partnership heretofore oxistiug be
tween the undersigned under tho name and
style of A) en Co,, Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent of tho parties. Person in
debted to the late llrm will mako payment
to S. 1). Ayers, who alono Is authorized to
receipt for same. Tho business will bo car
ried on by S. D. Ayers under the style of tho
late tirm. S. D. ArKMs,
E. .1. AVKits,
CAIIto, Ills., December 1, 1S73. ddw-wlm
..Timi-riuti t3 iituuti-rnl
A. regular annual conclave ot Cairo Com
mandary, No. 13 K. F will be held at the
Asylum on Monday evening", December j
A. D. 173, A. O., 755 at 7:30 o'clock-, sharp,
for the election of officer lor tho ensiling
templar year, mid the transaction ot such
other business a may be brought before it.
Sir Knights will appear iu Fatigue dress.
Sojourning Sir Knlghtaare courteously in
vlted to be present.
JAMES A. PH1LLIS, liucur.ltr.
MRS. M ATT IE SOWEI.L, hairdresser
and dealer In ull kinds of liuiuati hair,
switches, curls, ll.ettcs. brtlda, etc., talcs
this method ol Informing her filcmls uml
tbe public generally, that thu haa removed
her ttore Irom Washington to Commercial
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth slreets,
where she will be pleased to welcome all
her old Irsends and customers. .Mrs. Sovvcll
hta added UrOely to her tock of line
iwiicues, curia, cic, ami win anil &lov at
any dealer Ju the illy. ll.'.'a lw
WHAT IS SALEItATUSf-Salerutua la
the talta of ley and carbonic ucid gai : How
much salts of ley and carbonic ucid gas ono
cau bear, aud remain healthy la a question
lor a taleratua cater. Some peoplo say
saleratus will not harm tho stomach. It la a
ley. Theouly tafo wholoiotuo uiitteilul for
dally use lu making your bread, blseuita,
pastry, etc., It Dr. Price' Cream linking
Powder, Which contains no substance but
that the stomach needs to kuop It healthy.
And hit Special Flavorings, Vunllla, Necta
rine, etc., are the best and purest made
11-20 dAw lw
At there bat been ofl'ercd iu thl market
an tnferloa quality of oil, under the name
of Aurora oil, 1 deem It necessary to state
that 1 am sole proprietor ol thunlmvu namrd
oil In this county, and shall prosecute any
infringement on the patent right.
11-13 tr. II. F. l'AIIKKK.
Every altcrnoon at two o'clock at
my salesroom, and every ulght
daring this week, at 111 Commercial
avenue, I will otter to the ti ado it largo uu
eortmeut ol boots, shoes, l.nllcs' gaiters,
ublldron'e alioes, hats, socks, dry good,
piece goods, Ink, sdsois, paper, collars,
ribbons, buttons, thread ca-ts, pencil,
combs, one alarm money drawer, kid glovoa,
gent'a buck gloves and many other article,,
too numerous to mention,
Remember regular sales or furniture
every Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, a.m.
ll-uo-nt l.uris Myeu. Auctioneer.
NOTICE. Notice I hereby giv en that the
firm of Kerr, Wulon X Kerr, wa thl day
dissolved by mutual consent, .Mr. E. C.
Wales retiring. Thu business of tho old
firm will bo tettled by their siicces-ors, Kerr
Druthers ibCo,, who still continue thutiuuu
lacturc of it.xo and tool handles of all kinds.
I:.nob E. KKiin,
Tiiomah F. Kkiih,
Ekvvin C. Walks.
Tiixiikb, Ills., November', 1H7:). ll-'XKIt
Mil. FRED, WlNTEItllEltn hat Jut re
turned from St. Louis, where ho purchased
ai flue a stock ol the various grades of Hue
leather as was over brought to this city, and
proposes to work It into boots and shoes tor;
bla customers, He mukea lino boot a spe
ciality, and is confident of his ability to capo
with any boot uakor in Ibis city In this line
ot work, Hoctuplo)s none but tho best
workmen, and as a consrqiienco turns out
only Hi st class work. While lu St. Louis ho
visited all the principal shops nud seemed
patents ol all tho latest ttylet and Improve
ments, and will give his oustomers the ben
efit ol them. Work done promptly aud on
short notice. All work warranted. 11-20 lot
The co-partnership hcrctofoio r.iUtlnt; be
tween Ju. K. Lane and Joseph Slcaglcr,
uniierinoiirm name or SlcaglerA Lane, la
tills day illHtohcil ,y mutual comcnt, .Mr
Joeph .Stcagler Miring from Ilia llrm. Mr.
Lane will continue to carry on tho biislncn
at the old ttond, corner 01 Sixth Mrcot and
Commercial annuo, .IAS. K. La.m:,
' . . JOMII'II STKAOt.Ert.
Cllto, Nov. I373.--31.
Moot and shoe linker, Twcn h t trcet, be
tween Washington nvrnuo and Poplar
atrccl, Is prepared tn make bnota ami hocs
In the lateat and inon lahlonable styles.
Ho will make Ihein to order, old or new
stylcg to suit customer, out ol tho bet and
rrcheat tock, of which lie always lias a
good nupply on hand from which to make
selections. All fitting ot boot and fdio
made by Mr. r.hlers h done In Ills own shop
no foreign lilting being mcd by him.
(live him a call, and he will give you satis
VEIt Y L.VTKnT -TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clualvcly In gentlemen's clothing and gent'a
furnishing gooda.and having on hand a large
and well tisvirtcd stock off. ill and winter dry
goodf, notion, etc , etc., which wc desire to
(.lose out entirely, rru lake tbl method to
Inform the public that wo shall, after Nov
ember 1st, well ull good in our store In the
dry good line, at tirat cost. All ourgood
were bought at tho lowet market price, and
are fresh and suitable fur thl season. Those
wishing to obtain good bargain. thould
call on ui before purchasing elsewhere.
lll.U.M .t A.NSOM,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, bntwcenJ.
Ilurgor and Elliott A Itaythoin. 11-1-lm.
GO AND CONSULT"
Madame Do Grail',
Seer and C1airvo)ftiit.
Shots thu seven tli daugtcr of tho seventh
daughter. She can ho consulted at her suit
of parlors at the Arldiglin lioi'i-c, first lloor,
corner of Seventh street and Commercial
avenue, Cairo, for a short tlmo only. She
gives ndvlco on all business matters: tell
bowto recover lost or stolen property ; tclU
or lovers, anil uvcu tells tho iimiiid or tho
person you aro to mary. Fee, $1. All let
tor answered promptly by Inclosing $1 and
stamp. Hours from 6 a.m. to 10 p in.
HEMOYAI.-DH. 11. C. TAKER
Ha removed Ills ottlec Into tho second
story of (User's buildtng.corucrElghtliHrcct
and. Commercial avenue, Cnlro, Illinois',
where ho will continue to treat all Chronic
diseases, with lliu most approved methods
known to modern science, Including Elec
tricity, for many nervous complaint', rheu
matism, deafness, epllepsey, pralysl, tumor.
aud, causers. Ulcers ot all kinds healed moru
sifcly than by any other method. Tho In
halation of medicated vapors Is an Important
anxlllary iu tho treatment ot tho air past
ages, including lnclpint stages or lotituuip
tion, All disraic peculiar to
women, and all dlfilcultle ot tho Gcnlto
Urcuary system, curerully nnd coutlilently
treated; and, vvhon ut all practicable, at n
distance by letter. Tho numerous coin
plaint or this climate, resulting Irom
MALAUI AL POISONING,
Can often be treated at a distance and
meinciuca sum ii) uxpivs. Consultation
1 Irec In all cases, mid charges for treatment
In treating thl class of ccmplulnu, It is
noces-ury to bear In mind that patience ia
requiicil on tlio part of tho iiatlcnt as well
a with the physician. Jt I not because of
tho want or knowledge that so manv do not
succeed, with tlieso eomplaliita us u want of
carclul and continued application ol tho
rcmedlcH. nud tho Judicious changes which
the systum require when a remedy bo.
conies Inert from habit. Throngh nncxtun
slvo practlco ol more than thirty years, I
have learned thu Inestimable value of pa
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
HiilUiy rellel lor youiil- men irom lliu i i.
feet. ol rrrora and ubuses In early life. Man
hood restored, liiiiicillmeuts In marri.iL-c
removed. .Now melliod of trcatinent. 'uv
am) rcmarkalilo remedies, llookn nud rlr-
nilara tent free, In scaled envelope. Ail-
uress, iiovvaru ASi)ciiiuon. ito, soutu
Mntn street, riitlailolphla, l'a. an Institu
tion huvlng a high reputation for honorablo
condui t uml irofUHaloiMl skill. li.2!i il.t vvllin
ITac Dr. Henry 'a H'orld'a Tosilo nnd
it I the great housrhold rtmrdy, pltaaant to
tak, yet Jiotsnt for the prevantluu and rurr of
disrates. It la bctUr than Ulttrra, Cordial,
t'.uchitorBarsaparllla, Sold by Urugglita
Ir. nenry'a Uoot nnil Ilnnt Pitta.
1I1UI yet Ihoroagh no nature orr-lplnir rn
tlrrly vtgttablr great liver rrmcd. l'rlce 'ii
iriits . Sold by Druxgltlt ,
VI ra. Tfhltcosnb'a Nyrup.
The grrat soothing remedy, rrlci on'.y SS
:mts. tllvu rrst to the mother aud hrultbto
!u child 8oldbyUrug.-liU.
Intrrestlng Work, ICnlargeil Edllioo, KtW
Ingravlncs, Two-hundred and sixty I'agrt,
fiice(0cnt. Address Da. Borra' IisrX
Itar, It North ElghUi 8trect, SI. Louis, Ua
y. Pattkuson-, on tho corner of Ninoih
and Walnut street, hat Chnrloy Ilolfritjh
omjiloyod tocut all kinds of moats and
mako sausage. Call and soj for yourselves.
The largest, finest and iiigst completo
stock evor brought to Cairo, of tho llneit
China and Kohomian dims ware, China
Ornament nnd Toilet etU,at prices -vvhich
wo duty competition, at Hartmmi's.
Uali.kt keeps tho celebratod "Fatli
ion,'1 tho ('Monitor," tho "Lady Gay," tho
"Alaski, " and numerous utber good couk
stoves ; and all ttylet of boating itovet,
which ho offer! low for cash.
"Fools daro to troad whoro Anfiei'
bashful look." For an Illustration, seo
tho foolish presumption of somo avari
cious liquor dealers In tampering with
tbe llvos of the innocent by paTmlng off
a poisonout docoction, olthor by the gal
lon or In counterfeit bottles and labels
for Dr. McCabo't genuine Medicated
Ilrandy. lf-19 dA-vv.'Jw.
Di.Xavnrty, honioeopathist physi
cian, late of Shawnootown, has located In
tbia city and Intends making it hli homo
The doctor comet to ChIto well recom
mended, and referi to tha ofticori of the
First National bank ot Shawncutown, to
whom he is well known, having prnctleed
his profession among them for years. Ho
oliclti a fair sharo of the patronago of
our'cltUeni, Oluco Ut) Commorclal avc
nue. 7 20-tf
For 24 hours ending 3 p.m., Dec. 2, 1871
llcrir.Min ... s
Knokiik. . .-
2 10 1
NowGeiioVil.'.'.'.V. . ."
New Orleans ' ,
Omaha ! '
Surface of water below nenen marx,
Observer Slg. Scr. U. H. A
Pmmuito, Deoombor 1. River falling
steadily; (i feet 0 incbbi in channel.
Oixci.N.SATi, Decombor 1. Rlvor 2S ft
0 Inchoj nnd falliiic. Arrived Andes.
St. Loui., Doccrober 1. -Arrived
Lloncji, Cairo; Tolle, Now Orloans. De
parted St. Joseph, Memphis; Kountt,
Now Orleans. "River Is falling ilowly.
Weather cloar and warm. ,
Nauiivillk, Docembor 1. Rivor down
1' feat 1 inche on shn'ala. Vothar rlA.r
and pleasant. "ArrlvoJ: tjiivertborn,
l.vanrlllo: Trronn. r?olrn TkriA-fA,S
Tyrono, Cairo; SUvortliorn, Evansvllle.
tvASsviLLK, lJecombnr 1 weather
cloudy and mild. Mercury IS' to 0J.
Rlor risen ill inchei. 1'ort list Up
Ella and barges. Quickstnp, Florence Lee,
Fayotto, Morning Star, Sam Roberts.
Down Anna, F W Means, Hen Franklin,
Mary Anient, Arkansas Ik'llo. General
ly with good trips'
Mkiihiis, .Docembor 1 Weather
cloudy and ipringliko. River riling
steadily. Arrived Andy Htum, Cincin
nati; City AugustSj Cairo; Leg1 Tender,
White river. Departed Wm. Lowls,
Colorado and Hollo Memphis, Ht. Louis;
H ri Turner, Now Orleans; Ham Parker
auu uuun .v iiuou, woiu rivor.
Lof i.ivii.lk, Decombor I. River fati
ng with 10 feet 4 inches In canal, 8 feet
I inches in pass down Indian chute; plenty
if Wftlnr nn fulla il.i.nnillnii hn.ti
Weather warm andrlnmlv. Vrr una nf
thn nussri nf ttin TTnn-w P.nlia,i-i
contly from her, says sho cannot bo raised,
.1 Ml ........ . -. 1 n, I r-i t
nini win iirnvu n iuvri lost, auo vAiml
tun i.i. .it , -
inn wivii n iimv oi iron passeu up lor
1'ittahliri'. havtnif lost ft hsrira nf Irnn
Sitton on Thursday. Thofollowlng coal
tows arrived irom ritiinurg: Tom Kees
No 'J, Jai Gilmore, Eagle, Diamond, Gen
Lisle and Mary Ann. Arrived TJrfil'ed
Statet, Cincinnati; Grey Eagle, Hendor-
ton; Danny, iroy; vuarmur, evansvllle-,
J D Parker, Memphis. DDrted
ITnltnd Stutf, Cincinnati; Taratcon,
Hendorton; Handy, Troy; J 1) Parker,
New Oiukami., Decsmbcr 1. Flour
liiiot and llrm; stock 48,000 I arrets; trlble
t iCi i5; fHinilyJR 2SU 28.
Corn, mixed 76c.
Oatl. SIIIinH- lll.lit nnl ,I,.,t-...I ...i...
Hay dull, choico $27.
Pork llrinor ut 14 75.
Dry suit uiouts scurco.
llacon, atock" amall Cltt
Ham du I UlDc. "
fhrd scarce, tierce 8Jc; keg 0J9c.
MUL'&r dull Mill llianr ilifarin irr.
t. ----- - - - I ....
common &Jf'Jc; fair to fully fair TQjIc;
Mulattos activo aud higher, common 38'
lair -lb isc. n? ! '
Whiskey, Loultjana OJc, cath; Clneln
natl 1 02.
Corn moal dull tl 30.
Sr. JOLTlrt. December 1 llamn nn.
I-lour j n lot, unchauged.
Wheat, spring dull lower; few cart No
U told at 1 10 to till orden; fall dull and
prices nominal, No 3 1 33, 1 60 offored
for No 2 but no tales.
Cm firmer, No 2 mlxi-d regular it
3 Uel, -1-4 tIsi.
Oats Armor, No 2 mixed 36P..S7 offered
Decombor, 30 j hid. '
Rye hlghor, No 2 82(S,83. ,
Pork firm ut IU 25()13 fio.
Ureon moatt llrm, slioulden 42. ham
Dry salt Arm. looao clear sldo 01. iboul
dors packed OQiS, clear rib C clear sides
riinokod shoulderd 0 cash, clear ribs 8
on orders, hams OQIO.
ijAra, goon demand lor prtmo tieam at
7(, held at 7.
Whitkoy tirm at So.
Hogt tteady nt 4l 30.
Cnttlo dull, cood to prime natlvo stoor
3 60fit r.O, Texas 1 o0(.it3 an.
UOl'TEY, I1AIIRISON& CO.,
5ii(ttrrfi In n. TTnrii A Bob-
Commission ISfo reliant ,
ri.OUB,UKrlN AND UAT.
No 63 Ohio Levee, ' CAIRO. ILLS.
K. J. Arxjtt.
AXKH3 A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION A! EROHAtNlU
No. 78 Ohio Lv, OAimo,l.i.i.
1-7.I f ij
LOUTS . MYEItS,
FoUWARDINQ AND COMMISSION
And Dealer in
HAT4 OATS, C0IW, FLOUB
AND COUXTKT PHOHUCF.
Store lloom In Dr. IVarduer's uevv brick
111 Commf rclal Artntir,
CJl.lberal advances made on romlso-
'"ltcfvreiicei City Nattoiul Ujekj It J If