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PAINTS AtfD OILS
Varotehas, Make. I
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Aj. 'lbs elubraiM ulasttaaUa
' AURORA OIL.
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WARD A RUUKUT8,
Dbalim ih Wibdow Buadba,
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Lbad, Li Masks Ou.
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8BLLAC, AUOOBQL, T0., Kt.
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OaIBO, - . . - ILLIBOI
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
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MBS. M. JACKSON,
-Varaaerly Mrs. Rwandan,). ,
(BseuaMi Uiit ab hu Jtut opd a .large
eertatat ot Hat ' -
MtlttBery (Mode tab fund ia the market.
lUe will kep pn Jjand
HAT, BoBKATS, FLOWBB, BlHBOVI,
Dbbu TBiMtiiBO or AllKibp.
If LAMBS' FtJBBUBIBU. Goods, NoTIOBl,
f n VOIjUBB, UBDBBBLBKTBaJi asip,
I .UralItooBMild in millinery store, all
el WtaUi wit be dUpeMd el at tba Jowt
'ah- iria lira .Taakann tvanaslftllhr
aik a coBtiaaatlfta of tba pataonaca which
ha been toHb.tally beitaowed upon her by
lb ladtea of Cairo aad the vUlmtv.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
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F, M. BTOCKILETII,
Hacttiar and Whalaiala Daalar ra
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Liquors and wines
BO. a 0B10 LBTBB,
(Baaaaaaor to U. Taltlaeka.)
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WABHINUTOM ATI If 01,
rMW'TtlMta AVD BLBTIBtM BTBBBTt
MBBBurefeaMd tba rrocarr eilabllu
lof V. Thlelacke. I (hall alwaji ka
adafuuaad rralhtupply of all tba bait
i ta bt llaa, to ba TauBd la tba aiarkat
riot atUBtloa to buHaati: aad fair deal-
IAopa sat oaly to ratals all tha aniUaa
aea ku anJojed la Uia put, bnt to add
art) at pvblla patronaja.
paairauj, tiiuui BcauiBTMTOBtT.
J.' W. STRAUTZ,
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H aad Bioat fammaaU aWlaa.
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CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
. WAMtab-Bdara for man and wit, tp
a pri rata family preferred. Addroti, itat-
lnj termi and location, J, Ciurmcs,
J3i Cairo, P. 0
Tub teacbera of the Mathodtit HiinJftv,
Hchool will intot tbla evening at Mr.
Mr. llurnetl1 room In Tub 11 ullbtik
building, corner Twelfth .treat and Watti
Dmutt BuKHirr Gaib arretted a col
orod man, joiterJay evening for itealing
uaat from John Hedei't moat ihop
Deputy (Jain law htm pick up tbo moat
and bido it under hla coat, and itart to
walk ouf of ihop 1I wai calalooied.
DuniNO theitorm Wodnoiday oTenlnjr,
a plltilrlror and englnooti a barge laying
at tba ferry landing, oppottte Hie tcrinl
,nu of tbo MlmWilppI Central railroad,
wai dumped into tbo river. Tbo wreck
ing boat Charlie Hill will go over tbli
morning to, Dib it up.
The builnuu bouiu on Obio levee
lately occupied by D. Hurd and ion wai
old yoilordy by Mt. Jobn Q. Herman at
public out-ry. llr.lt. U. Cdnnlngbatn
wat the purchator, paying 7,300 for the
property. Tbo linpreiiiou U that the
property told at a bargain.
,CrT. Uou. ICbillt, of tbo iteamer
City of Vlckiburg, (which boat haa gone
Into winter Barton here) will ipendbla
vacation with bii family in tbli city.
Capt. J. H. McUee, or tba iteamer City
of Helena, and Capt. Koiaer, luperlnten
dent of the Anchor line, are alio In tie
Bill Jambsox, ona of four highway
robberi, wbo a abort tlma tlnco knocked
down and robbtda man in Iveoivlllo In
diana, w4 arreiled iu tbii city by .Sheriff
Irvln, on, Infoimatlon received from the
authoritiee at the above namod place.
Tba chief o! police of Evanivllla will ar
rive to-day to take Jameeoa back with
DDBtHO the itorm on Wedneaday even
ing! burglari entored tbo clothing itore
ot Mr. 1C. Jobnion at Anna, and carried
off good i, principally overcoali, to the
value of $1,000. Up to lait evening no
clue to the thieve had been aicertalned.
It'll luppoied they went acron tha coun
try either to Oolconda or in the direction
of Cape Oirardcau.
Attbbtiox ii directed to Mr. Phil U.
Saup'i column advortiiement to be found
in thit aiorning'i Bulibtix, He hai re
ceived bia itock of toyi, candle, etc., for
tba bolldayi, which aro bow opened and
ready for impaction. Mr. iJaup offen in
ducement! in hit Una auperior to any
other eitealiihment of a like charaoter in
Tib hotel and dining roomiat Cenfra
11a have changed bandt, Mr. ii. Hughe,
lato of Chicago, becoming proprietor.
Mr. Hughe bat beon In the hotel buttneii
for many yean, and uaderatandi "how to
keep tav.rn." Tho Cuutralla Uouta will,
under bit management, bo one of the belt
on tbo llau of the Iliinoli Central. Pel
oni traveling Centrallawardi will do
well to itop at tbli houta.
It ihould bo remembered that the Ger
man ichool ball will take place next Mon
day evening at Scheel' Watbington
Hall, corner of Kintb and Cedar ttreeti.
very effort will be made by the com
mittee ot arrangement! to make the oo
caaion ona of pleaiura ta thoie who at
tondf at well aa profit to tba ichool. The
German ichool la an Inatltutloa that
ibonld ba luitalaed; and therofora let
every cltlctnurcbaae a ticket whether
ha can cr cannot attend.
Curiitwas will aoon be at hand, and
people are commencing to tbink what
protenti they want for thalr wlvei, pa
rent, children, friendi, etc. If any ona
can't make up bit mind, we would advlte
our friendi to call at K. & W. iiuJer'.
Jewelry itore, corner of Eighth itraet and
Washington avene, and they will bo ture
to find lomethlng to lult, for they are
receiving now gooJt dally oipeclally
adapted, for the holiday trade. From the
flneit watchoi and ieti of jewelry to the
imalloit children' ear-rlngt. The tame
in ringi. The flneit tea teU, pitcher,
caator, butter diihe, Ac , to tbe imallett
teatpoon. Ornamental and plain clocki,
gold, tilver and ivory beaded canoi, and
many olber article too numeroui to men
In tbo county court yeiterday tb fol
lowing 'named cltixin of Alexander
county were lelected to icrve a grand
juror at tho January term of the circuit
Unity prcclnt Poter Miller, A. J
Burk and William Wagoner.
Haalewood precinct John W. -Hell-
man' and Salmon" Hailewood. v
Clearereek precIaotW. C. Allen, Sam
uel Hawkin and Jobn.Jame.
Thebo nrocinct Raniom Thompion
Sterling C. Pool and "Wra. Petit.
Banta Fe precinct Green Mauey and
Gooie Iiland precinct Marion Davit,
luac A. Andanon and Imanuel.Holmet
'Dog' Tooth preclnci D"a?)d Uerry.
Cairo Clty-8. N. Linton. Q.
B. Straugho, K. C. Pace-' U. A". Thomi, J'
G. Turner and Gilbert U. Greeley.
LATKST KKW8 FKOM OUBA.
Jutt received at MyoraJ, No. HI Oob
merola avenu,a large lot of dry good.
oomlitlng of 10 doean rtvenlbla Otliaaan
ibawla, 4 doaa brooha. 4 dottn Ottlaaaa
itrlped ihawla, Mack empraat cloth, Japa.
ncieiilka,illk poplia, Udiaa' kM gauat
lt,latft ityje gent'i gloTM and hcaiery,
10 doaen fait kirU ) redj white and 'grey
flannelt. boot! and thoe, jan, MtiaeU,'
napkini, towel and table libnen.' Print!
at fe per (yard, and nojlpni of all kindt
at panic price. Auetjon aalo every nlsht.
iPrlvato tale during tho day. Auction
talt, for ladle, every Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Bala of furniture every
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
U-4-tf Louii H. Mtxb, Aaeioner.J '
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V -BlCB UUBBBrWJLWrty , I
rhurday.JJvo , D6.Sil87l.
1 alMBBAL BIUARKl;
In It general feature our' market con
tinue unchanged., Prlcti mi leadint; nr
tlclol bold flroi", but 'adtSClin In corn to
day at, New' Orlean I likely to cauto a
torreipon'dlng reduction tie're. v
Tba 'demand for oat coitlnuo good
with imall recolpl. Gholco bay it In mod
erate, demand at 117 60 at an out lido fig
ure. Tbe Sour market dkplavt a little more
anlmklion and the outlnok I Improving.
Corn meal ii firm and in fair demand at
a tbade higher figure.
Owing to tbe heavy rain wkich lulled
all day yeiterday very little outiido or
levoe butinet wai dnno and our report of
trantactlont It very imall.
Vt9Correpondenl! ihould bear In mind
that quotation! are tot rourd jnU
from flrtt band. For broken ana ituau
lot, and In filling order, an advance
It charged over tbeae prlce.0t
PLOUlt-Th market boll rather
qulot with prlcM unchanged, but with a
decided Impravemont In the gerreral out
look. We, note tale of 200 bbli varloui
gradei at ti$9 60; 'J00 bbli lo $r8 C;
300 bbl (uper $4, and 1,200 bbli XXX
winter told, to arrive,-l 10.
HAY The demand ii only fair, and
tbat Ii confined to choice gradei. Stecki
aro moderately heavy. Sale were 1 can
Gilt P.dge at til del; 10 can choice del
$1717 GO; 2 cari.cholco mixed del ic
017; 1 car mixed del $1& and 1 car com
mon sailed SIT.
CORK Kecetpti have fallen Off and
there it no turplui in tho market. Mixed
It qucted at CCc In laeki to-dayi Tbe de
mand for fUling orderi continue! good,
but the ihipping demand ii light. Haiti
embrace 9 can mixed ai follow : 6 can
in bulk on track 47(jj48c; 4 can lacked
OATS Keceipta are imall and itocki
light. Tbe market i eatiar with prieet
unchangod. Salt woro 3 car In bulk on
track 19c, and 6 car lacked Uel 45c.
COltM MEAL The market ii very
Arm and demand actlvo. Price are a
hadehighor. "Wo noto talc of two' car
load "longer" at $2 ', and COO bbl
t team dried, dolivcred, $2 70.
UUTTEU Plenty and.quiet. Rccelpti
are large, and prico are lower, ranging
from 20 to 25o to-day. Hale were COO lb
ckoi:e roll at 24'25c; S.pkg do 3225e;
300 lb gilt edge 28o; 6 pkg and 1200 lb
cboica roll .025c,
EGGS Very fow come In, and the
eupply ia very limited. Price rang
from35 to 213. Wa note aale of 600
dozen at 36 to 28c, and COO doxan at 21
CHICKENS-Uncbanged. There la
very little enquiry, and lalee are low.
Live poultry it not wantoi. We note
aalea of 20 doxan dratted at $240, and 30
doxen dratted atfl 50,
TURKEYS Plenty and quiet. We
note tale of 300 lb drettcd at 10c, and
COO lb drctied, according to quality, 9 t
CIDER Thar it tome enquiry for
choice iweet cider at 0 per bbl.
APPLES Choice are acarce and
wanted telling raidily at 94 60. Our
report of talei embrace 60 bbli choice
4 254 CO; 100 bbli do 94 50, and 30
bbli ordinary 92 2&3.
ORANGES Not much doing. Thoie
on tbe markot are held at $5 10 per bbl.
BEANS We note tain of 10 bbli
white at 93 CO per buibel.
DRESSED HOGS We note lalet of
60 at 4i6)e.
DRESSED BEEF Good, firit-elaii
lit, all round, at 5o V ponnd.
GAME It coming in ilowly and And
a ready market; quail lolling at 91
1 35; rabbit 91 60 and prairie chicken
93(33 50 V dozan.
LARD Titrce BJc; ktg DlOc.
CHEESE New York factory per tb,
SYRUPS Tha demand It fair for
choice at 60c$l per gal, and New Or-
learn at 7S(B0c.
PLASTERING HAIR-SSc per buihel.
LIMB Inlott 91 16 to 91 25 per bbl.
CEMENT At wholetale 921 60 per
BURLAPS 3) buihel corn, IJ ea
16cj dolto Id; 4 buhl oat 20c, 6
SOAP Sbaeffer'i German oaotted 7te
Champaign toap, 7)c.
TALLOW Per lb 7c.
COFFEE Scarce and flrin, Java tell
Ing at 35(56o, Laguayra none.
SUGAR-Coff A, 131.
BEESWAX-280 per lb.
FEATHERS L. G. ptr lb 66c.
TEAS-Imperlal, 75cl 36; Una
powder, 75c91 36; Ooolong black, 76e
91 00, Young Hyten, fll 40.
BROOMS Dull; eomraon home tell at
91 B0 to 3 60; choice and extra ohoice 9
3 75; iteamboat 4 60(36 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, eompretted te
New York, 85e! to Botten, 91. Uncora
preed, to New York, 91 11 ta Beaton
'RATES Ta New Orlean and Tick
burg: Potato, appltt, etc, 60c; pound
freight 36o ewt; hay 97 per toa; whltkey
91 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS-Flour, ate., I0q par
bbl; pound freight IBe awt; hay 65 par
ton whltky lOe per" bbl.
1 AT QARD. "7"
A clergytnanwblle ree'idlng in South
America a a miitionary, dlieovered a
uta and tlmple rtniedy for tha cure of
nervont weakaa. eMly'daaay, ditto of
the urlaary and temlaal organt, aad the
wnoia train or, aiaoraeri orougni eeiDy
baneful and vtciout habit. Greatnum
ben have bees cured bf fhl noble rem tdy.
'Prnmnted b a't dialra li'hnafli'iha af
flicted and unforlunU.I wilierjd tbe
receipt tor'prepaiBtg'and UilLgthlr med
icine In a Haled envelope, to anytna who
seed! it,r JUr. , Addrett (
' ' 'JoiBrBi'T. Ibuab,
Btatlon D. Biol Houi,'Nw York. ,
aud ilc'p'arturee for tbo 24 honfs enilliij at C
, ui. latt eveiilnif
City of Helena.
(Jit 'of ttulocy... Ne
CJulckttep;. i 1
Warntr and barre .;.V. St. Lo'uia
John Kllgore . Now Orleaaa
Sam 1'arker. .VI... .New Orlean
Lookout7.. ..T.. . . ; Hay City
Charlie Ulll..... Bay City
Illlndtt j.i i..,,,Colutiilui
Jull4;. !......!.... St. Lout
City of Helena Rctlroroent
City of Qulncy .....St. Ixjuit
John Kllgore Cincinnati
Sam Parker Cincinnati
Thk iltiVBKi. The rito in tho Ohio
linco lait roport wm elxleen Inchca, with
plenty mofo water coming. The Mittti
ilppl I reported to be rltlng at St. Louit,
and tho opinion prevail among itotm
boatuitn in that olty that by tbo middle of
next week thatitream will be '''booming."
BuiiBBia ami Wxatuxb. llutlneit It,
lotoipiak, "dead doll," little or nothing
having been dona yeterdy.
A COId; raw wind prevailed vterdv.
and it wa not'aripleuan'l to tlay with a
warm itovo. At tbe cloie of our report
lait night, a heavy mow commenced fall
Mi-cellawbovi. Superintendent K'el-
eor.of tbe Aaehor Llne.hat lelocted a new
harbjr for thoie of the Anchor Lino boat
that ar to go into winttr quarter here.
lb plaee teUcted Ii Jutt below the Great
Republic near the point Tb Grand
Tower and City of Viektburg were towed
from Mound City to their new "retting
place" yoiterday by the City of Holenaj
Tbe lata itorm wai very heavy beldw
thit p rt. The John Kllgore came near
being iwamped in It, Tbe wave In many
inttanc-a were from eight to tin foerhlgh
and rolled over deek, almott twoeplng tt-
Tbe Aluka had not been injured by tho
torm whan the Kilgoro patted, but tbe
water wai getting up pretty high around
Hap ' 1 1
Tho cabin and ehimneya of tbe Henry
Probatco Hill bold fait, aud tharo ii no
change in her petition on tho rocki.
Eight flat boat wer lying at HalllJaj't
warehoni yeiterday, moit of them mak
ing additioni to their cargo.
The Warntr and barge arrived from
St. Louii with 800 toat, and will ail out
here if pottlble. Capt. Mart. R. Either
eocnmandi tha Warner, and Alcck'o and
lex Reyce are her clerk. Some month
ago Mr. Koyce held a potition a clrk on
J. M;' Phillip A Co.' wbarfboat in thit
city ; but failing to becomo acclimated, he
gave it up, Jutt in timo to etcape the yel
low fever. Ha lay tho only pleatant r
collection of hla itay in thi city were
clutteiad around tb afternoon on which
ba bought hi 'picket ot -leave."
The Quickttp brought B00 lacka corn
for the Bitmarck; 100 brli talt; Cl'brlt
wbiiky, a big lot of furniture, aa excel
lent paatonger trip and 1 J torn lundriai
for re-thlpment. She lott Qfteen hour
during tbe trip in conioquence of tho
itorm and darkneit.
The City of Qulncy hat 13 packagii
undrle; 100 bbl oranget; 10 bbdi c,
null; 127 bhdi tugar ; 113 bblt tuolaiiai ;
49 package! wine ; 29 balat rnott, aad 8i
balei cotten for St. Louii.
The John Ellgear bat iC cabin and 40
deck pauengeri; 45hbdugar; 60S bbl
molatiea; 80 bbl orangai, and 124 bbl
nut for Cincinnati.
The crew of tbe Mary Alice left for St.
Louit by rail lad evening, e bring out
tbe Joe Flommlng and bargM.
The Lookout brought down the wreck
ing boat Charlie Hill, containing tho ma-
eElnarr of thadafunct Hero, watch it for
tale. DIvr Hiram Hill wlll'tak the
Charlie Hill te tb tormlnu of IheMii!-
tlppi Central railroad, eppotite thii eity,
to recover a pile driver and cnirine tbat
were dump from a barge into the river
during theitorm an Wedntiday evening.
Capt. Bob Eeilly, of the City of
Viektburg, and Capt. J. U. McGoo ol tbe
City of Helena, are In the eity.
Capt. Kelzir yoittrday buried tlx "dead
mn" on tbe bank, to which to make fart
tka boatt of the Anchor line that are to
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Full kUVfrom 94 to 912 at Hart
man'. Heavy Undtr Shirt and Drawer at 60
eentt eaeb at Uarttnan'i.
Go to Ualley'i for tbo liurnett ttearn
cooking Tonel. 11-6-lm
Go to Ualley'i for good bargalni in
cooking and heating itovet, 1 l-6-lm
Overcoat Chinchilla from 97 to 99, at
Country knittockt, all wool, IS tent
per pair, at Hartman't'. 11-29 tf
Tib European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, It opon at all hourt of the
All kindt of game conitanlly on hand
at Harry Walker'i, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth ttreeti.
, , U-7-lra
Fob a good quar meal go to Harry
Walker' rtttaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth ttreet. lm
, ii '-'
Linna all-wool tlx-pound blanket! at
f 4 26 per pair, at Hartmanji, U10
Fob oab and tteam fitting go to Rt
ala'i Vuloan Iron workt, 'Comraerelal
avenue, foot of Nlnih itr'oet ' 9-10-tf
Tub largett. flntit asd - meat compltta
Block ever brought to Cairo, of tha flneit
China, and Boheman Ulati, vara, China
Ornament and Toilet etti,at prfee which
we defy competition, at Hartman't.
P. Flttgerald'at hi! roomt, corner
Fourteenth itraet an 1 Commercial ave
nue, offen for tale Gains' PorUr A
Bfu' ale pnra HatjntatyiJiaBdy,
and the genuine Anotur Mttar. all
flrtt-elatt cholera, cur,. Try them
.... A CARD.
uI ttk0,tht( opportunity to Inform tho
cuizen oi uaironnu turrounaing country,'
that I will retumo my yactico in tho city'
of Cairo on or about tho lit of DocomW.
9-30-tf. P. L. Williams, DenDt."
Any one withtng tomethlng mado in tbo
jawelryVlina for tho holiday will plrnto
lend In their ordort at toon at poitihla to
S-jtofYf Bwder, rtunrnctnrlng jowelorni
ccrti'crp"kllEntr lUcet "nnd Wathington
avenuo. 1 --ltl
FOR SA LK?
Two.Battarlei of two Doilcrt, ench 2t
feet long, 'i inch liram, 2 14 inch Pluct
with ilro frontt. Mud and Steam drtimt
Safety and Mud valvct, Chimney 'and
llritchjri, all complete nml in flnt-clnit
ordor, boon utcd ouly throo monthr. For
prico, etc:, Inquire ol J. T. IUihuk,
U-24-tf, Vulcan lrnn Worl.t
PIANOS AND ORGAN'S.
The only place whero tilch inilrumonlt
aro kept in itock in Southorn Ilinolti, at
K.t W. Bndcr'i, corner Eighth ilroot
and Watbington avcnui. Thny kop tho
celebrated Wm, Knabo piano, luted by
tho moat promluont mutlcinnt. Tho
Bauer, pluno and orgnn, alio tho- celebra
ted Vogel and Hughe orijani. Any
ono wlihlng to mrprito hit fmlly with
luch an inttrumont would do well by call
ing niUtidor't, at they will m&koi nitci
and term more liberal than dealers of tbo
kind in largo clllot. 12-4td
Tub barber ibop it on the corner of
Eighth ttreet anil Commercial avonuo
where J. Georgo Sllenhouio with lilt gen
tlemanly aitiatsnti can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to toothe
your feelinga with a imooth ehavo, or coo
your tornper and head with n good 'bam
poo. It it a firit-claii thop, and you aro
ture of recoiving flrit-clart treatmint.
Ladlei' and children' hair cut or curled
after tho molt approved ttylot. B-lO-tf
R. Jones, fathionablo boot and thoc
maktr. Cork oli, Scotch bottoini, and
the latott Improvement! in tba lino ef bit
butinott. Only tho belt ana taoit com
pelont workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo nritcjan in evory respect.
Shop on Commercial avenuo, near corner
of Tenth ttreet. 10-7
Notice It hereby given that I will pay
no bill for goodt told to any of tho em
ploye of Thb Caibo .Bdllbtiw, oitbor
or tbemielv or for tbe ute of the oOloe
nnleto the tame are furnltbed on nn order
(Igned by Mr, Burnett or mytelf.
12-20-ly Jonir U. Ouxblt,
"Fool daro to tread where Angel
baihfal look." For an Illustration, im
the foollth preiumptioa of tomo avarl
cioui liquor dealen In tampering with
tbe live of tb Innocent by palming off
a pouonou decoction, either by tha gal
lon or In aounltrfeit bottle and label
for, Dr. McCabe't genuine MidioeWd
Trb largtat ttock of ailver and .platsd
ware; lilver and plated tpooni, knlvtt
Ac , ever brought to Cairo, can ba found
at E. A W. Budor't, corner Eighth ilroot
and Wathlngton avenuo. 12-4td
A. la rob and complete itock of dry
goodt, clothing, boots and thoetand crock
ery at panic priest. Alto tho largett ai
tortmontof h oil Id ay toytnnd fancy goodt.
Call and tea before purchasing eliawhuro,
at Ilarlman'i. 11-29 tf -
Latbit ityl genii' bati from 91 to'
91 50, at Hartman't. 11-29 tf
If you want freth
go to J. D.Zanonc, at the Doxtcr Exchange,
So. 130, Ohio levco. IJ Hiu-'
l'hllllpt aud llriggi',
Corner Tenth and Corumervial.
MOT1CC.-I take thli methed of Inform
ing the public that 1 have returned to tho
city, and am now propared to fill ordora for
phetographi at my Gallery, corner ot
Eighth itrett and Commercial avenue.
J. J. THOMAS,
Wo are receiving dally froth oyitert, di
rect from Annapollt, aud eold at 49 ccutt
104 Commercial avenuo.
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novem
ber 3, and through the winter, a warm lunch
will be tpread at tbe Thalia iuloon, oppotlte
Tub Bullxtix olDco, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday, AU the dellcaclc of the loasou.
1M lm A, Jabckbl, Proprietor.
BALK OF UNCLAIMED BAGGAGB.-
AU baggago held for charge at tho tit.
Charle hotel, and unclaimed provloui to
that date, will bo told at public auction on
Friday tho 20th day of December, at 10
o'clock a.m., at IlarUnau' auction room.
11-25 30d F. D. RBxrouu, Proprietor.
NOTICEBclng determined to dote my
butlneii houte, I thall from and after thi
date, aell for satli only. All persons In
debted to tue aro rctpectfully lcquctteu to
clotc their account Immediately.' Char lei
I). Arter li hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all elalnit due me.
WANTED Five tons of dry corn hutks
la bales or tacks, formattrets making, deliv
ered at O. W. lllck'a factory, oppnitto'
Oreenflsld'i ferry, on the MUtittlppl levue '
tflluik bed filled ut tho ihop. Tho hctt
and cheapait mattrttso and iuMowh ever
offerpd In tbU, market, for. !! G. AV.
Wbltlock', corner lentil atreot ana v atu
Ington avenue'. - 11-18 lm '
A grind ball vrllrbe glverr atSeheelo't
hall Dorembor lBth, by Cooper Union No. Ii
of llllnol. Admlitlon one dollar. Kvcry
body napectfully lnv(ted, , ,
Commlttte of tirtngementi.
8. u. Nkalv,
C, 11, MOHDOCKf
. AI.UBRT SHANNON.
The co-parlnenhlp betetoforo f xlttlng lie
tween Ja. K'. Lane atid Jbteph, Stotgler,
undey tho flrni name 9 Steaglcf ALane, la
tbila dayi dlaoive'd" by mutual coajent, Mrt
Jeteph BUtgltf re'tirlnjf froiu ll firm. Mr.
line will continue to cftrry tba, buttuue
r...i.i ..u . Via V l,un: ' 1
"TOTS AND CONFECTIONS.' i
. .At.-:.. i, iMixiL,
i'r ) 4 1
r I i Mr .
The Toy King, having lately
received one of tho largest and
ever brought to this citv, will
sell them at grcatlv
In fact, sell them at
FIFTY PEB CENT
Tlian LAST YEAE
He also has a
French and American
which will bo sold at tho low
est possiblo prico.
I3 uflL 3FL 33 3ST "3? JS
will do well to call and inspect
his stock of
10S Commercial Av.
i - in.mii:i.
IDLEWILD MILLS FOR 3AI.K mil
, The boTo,mIU8lallingoodruAalncol
will be told viry cheap on eaay termi.'l
ply on the prcmleee
Tho partnership horetoforo exiitina
tween the undersigned under tlm mm. I
itylo of Aycr .tCd.,la this day UUsolvcl
iiiutii.il comcnt of the partlc. . l'ertons
'ilcljleirto'tlidlato firm will rrlako payn
to S. D. Aycr, who alono Is authorlzei
receipt for tamo. Tho bualnest wilt l,n
rled on by S, D. Ayer undertho atylo of I
lato rrn. s. D. Ayes
Cairo, lilt., December l.'lSTJ. d-lw-l
KINO OF THE BLOOD.
I'rilrlo Itch Ucauaed by a disordered 1 1
Inactlvo I.Ivor, produced by mlaimatiu r. I
i n upon thu lyatcm. Tho Kliig, qj "t I
lood acta m .1 "tlmulatlng altcruaUvo up I
all tlio glands of tho' body, cipcclally up
the Liver (nhlch It n glandular body u
will, therefore, by correcting tho secretin
mid curing tho Liver, remove In a short tli 1
thi troublchomo and loathaomo dlsoaoe.
See nilvcrtlscmcnt'in another colurun.
MIW. MATTIK SOWELL, halrdrcs
and dealer in all kind of human hit
swUclic", curl, fizcttor, bralda, etc., tnki
this method ol Informing her friendi an
tho public gouorally, that alio hai remove
her itoro from Washington to Commercti
avenue, between Ninth am! Tenth aire el i
whprc tho will bo pleased to welcome at
tier old friends and customer.' Mrs. sorrel
has added larUelr to her itock of llm '
nvltchof, curlt, etc, and will tell a&loty at
any dealer In tho city. lw
NOTICE. Notlco U hereby Siven thaVhc
firm of Kerr, Wales & Kerr, was this diy
dlsfotvcd by mutual consent, oir. i:. u.
Wales retiring. Tho bualncts of tho old
firm will boictttodby their successors, Kerr
Brothers &Co., who ttlll contlmio themanu-
lacturu of axo And tool handle ot all klmli.
Knob E. Kriui,
Thomas F. Kekii,
Edwis C. Walhh.
TilKrtES, Ills., November 20, 1873. 1 1-303 1
WK SAY TO UOUSEICEEFE1U.
Try Dr. Trlco' Flavoring, Vanilla,
Lemon, Neciariuo, Almond, Hoic; Clove
und all cxtractsluicd for flavoring Ico cream,
J clilcK, cakes, etc., and you will observe
thatthoy nro perfect In purity, superior
strength, nnd bottles contain moro than oth
or sold for samo quantity. Woasiuroyou
that they aro equal to hl.s Cro.im Baking
l'owdcr, which no family that onco have In
use will ever bo without.
Ono SInglo trial will prove whatwo lay to
he true 12-2-dAw-lw
MR. FRED. WINTERBERG ha Jnst re
turned from St. LouIh, whero ho purchased
ai fine a stock of tho vtvrloiu grades of flno
leather as was over brought to this city, and
propoies to work it'lnto boots and shoes lor
his customers. He makes fine boots a ipe
clallty, and Ii confident of bis ability to cope
with any boot aaker In this city lu this lino
of work. Ho employs nono but tho bebt
workmen, and as a contcqucnco turn out
only Urst class work. Whllo In St. Louis ho
vltltod all tho principal' shops and secured
paterns of ull tho latest styles and improve
ments, and will give his customers the ben
clltof them. Work douo promptly and on
short notlco. All work warranted. 11-20 lot
Hoot und shoo maker, Twcn h street, be
tween Washington avonuo and 'Poplar
street, Is prcparod to make boots ana shoes
In tho latest and most fashionable style.
Uo.wlll innko thorn to order, old or now
styles to suit customers, out of tho best and
frcliest stock, of which he atwaya has la
good supply on hand from which to inako
selections. All fitting of boot and shoe
iu ado by Mr. Killers is done In hi own shop
no foreign fitting being uaod by him.
Olvo Mm a call, and ho will glva you aatls-
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
li:itny roller lor youni: mentrom tno ci-
fcuts of errors and amine In early llfo. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marrl.ij;o
removed. Now method of treatment. New
and rcmarKatile remedies, hooks und clr
Hilars scut free. In scaled envelopes. Ad.
ilrce, Howani Association, No. 2 South
Ninth Htreot. rhlladolnhln. Fa. an Instltu.
Hon havlnu a hlirh ronutatlnn for honorahlo'
aonduct aud professional skill. 10-29 ditwllm
OU l) IN AN CE NO.Tf.
An Ordinauco to amend Ordtuanco No. 01
known a the Appropriation Ordinance.
Bo it ordained by tho city council of the
city or Cairo :
Section 1. Thut tho Appropriation Or
dinance, fr tho tlteal year ending April 16,
1874, numbered 01, bo amended by striking
out subdivisions 4 and 6 of Section l of laid
Ordinance, and changing tbo figures, giving
tho total Appropriation from tG9,Qi,70 to
M, OS 1,70, and that tho fraction i Indicating
tho proportion to ba paid in city scrip, ba
stricken out, and tho fraction (3-7) be In
serted In lieu thereof,
Approved December 4, 1873.
John Wood. Mayor.
Attett : M, J, Howlty, eity alerk.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notice Is horxhy given to all persons Inter
not, wl .li.it tlwi .tltif nnurf.ll nf tlm nltv nf
Cairo having ordered that tho Improvement
or tho Ohio levco on Levee atrout, from the
foutberly side or Fourth, to thu nortltorly
hide or Fourthteenth street, (by gravelin
nn, I fpnillni- tlm aulnA tiavn unnltrtil 10 thtl
county court ol Alexander couuty for aa
niBCSimcni oi mo cum oi sam impiuic
mout, according to benefit, and an asiess-
nieui iiicrvoi iiaviuj; uecn uiauu aim ic
turned to said court. the flail
hearing thereou will bo bad at
tho January term of tald court
commencing on the 19th day of January, A.
I)., 1874, ,
All persoui desiring may then and there
appear and nuko their defense.
OAino, Illinois, December 1, 10.0.
John l. hklv;- )
John U. Oowwan, Committee.
l)i:o. W. UBNnicKa, )
State of Iliinoli, Alexander county, e a
Alexaudor county court, December term,
A. V., 1873,
Tho county court for said aounty and
atatc, lotting for the transaction ot county
business, begun and held at tho court houte.
In the city ot Oalro, county and state afore..
i.iliT, on-tho 1st day of December, At D.L
'"rr'etont, Ilpn,orblo. Frtdollne Bron,
Judge; Severe Marehltdon and James E.
McCrlte, assoclato Justice! of tbe 1'eace ;
Jacob O. Lyneb, county cltrk, aad Alex-
under U. Irvln.' tUerltl. ,.uii
' llo Urememberod tbat on' the 4th day ot
tho aald Dccoinbcr torm, A. D., 1679. the fol
lowing ordr4ot ttioifuftvwa nude of re
cord, vlx r '
'It l ordered that tho county court re
celvo bid lorjthe publleatloa of the pro
ceedings of the court for on year. Includ
ing tlio present December term, together
'with tha ftnnrlal atatamenl.Meuent list of
rional yroperty, and.tb oolaMtairt abato-
wom union pcroni viYwt j
ay.tbe total bwbU of aaatMmntt) .atld,
abatement or uch party umrtvw tea"
Ukinfrom tho record btt ..8Vla?,f
lOptt or eiQarpnimaimiw w wfiiwfii ,v
for publication by the county clerk."
In wltneat whereof,.! TBfMlMfftV
niy hand and afflnd tho'tQf aaUcoort at