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11- i it
TLo Year of Jubilee!
The Democrats, Liberals
and other opponents of the
Republican party in tho lMgtit
eenth Concrcasional Distric
are invited to unito with thoir
political bretliren of Aleian
In a Grand Jubilee over the
recent magnificont triumph at
It is proposed to have a
Torch - Light Procession
Bonfires, Music, Cannon-Firing,
and everything that can niako
the occasion a splendid suc
cess. The followinc disUncuislied
speakers havo beon invited to
address tho peoplo on this oc
The Great Popular Leader
HON. A.O. UESING,
Our Member-Elect to Congress
UON. WM. HAKTZELL,
Or Randolph County.
The Eloquent and DUtlogul'died Orator
UON. W. L. D. MORRISON,
Of St. Clair County.
The Independent and Patriotic
UON. D. T. LINKUAR,
The brilliant and gifted,
Tlic Urllllant Political Orators,
HON. W. J. ALLEN and UON. W.
Tlio committee appointed to
periorm that iluty liavo adopt
ed tho following organization
ot the meeting :
UON. JOUN H. OJ1KRLY.
County at l.arge-JOHN 11. PII1LL1S,
Clear Creek-JOUN CRAM
Thebes-GEO. W. HA3IONS.
Oooe Maud-O. GKEKNLKY.
Dog Tooth-UON. JOUN S. JIACKKIt.
Hazlewood-JAMKS E. McUltlTK.
Santa Ft-W. W. McPHETKIIS.
city ov caiiio.
Firt Ward--P. 0. 3CIIU11 and J. M
Second Ward-CHAS. D. AKTKIt and I",
aud U. 1 PAKKElt.
Fourth Ward-CHAS. 0. PATIKU and J.
rittlt Waril-NM. II. MORllIS and
JAMES II. CARROLL.
a. It. UAIlllF.I.L, A. COM INOS aud II. F
HON. CLAIBORNE WINSTON.
THOMAS WILSON, CM. HOWE, W. M
WILLIAMS, N. L. WICKWIHE and E.
The committee earnestly
urtro all Dnrnonrrits. T.ilinrnl
and otber opponents of tho
Radical niirtv in this ilia
to participate in this crand
voiuuiukiuti ui rigut over
Turn&put in your micht,
By order of tho
JOUN 11. 1'UILLIS, Chairman.
i. W.HALLIDAV; JA. U. OAltllOLL.
Cairo Box nnd Basket Co
Ot' ALL KINDS, HARD AND BOJT
t." . . .... ..
II .0 FLOORING SIDING.
. ALSO, LATH,
v.-i 1 Cooner 34th titr
and Ohio Leree 1
WKDNK3DAY, NOVKMBKU 11, 1874.
HKTUKN OP THE FAMOUS
Wallack Comedy Co.
THREE NIOHTS ONLY.
AND SATURDAY MATINEE,
NOV. 13, 13 nnd 14.
Entire Chang of BUI Nightly I
rniltJUStiAY will be produced the mini "'"
"JJMIIHAY i gnit bill, two
A WIDOW JtlUJMX 5
BturdyIit Night a Oteat BUI.
ADMISSION, 60 and 75 CENTS
Cr".'orxtrn charge fur llwnnl Hrat, wltlel
, U1I ll'l,, iirmHU'im ...... ............. -
Somebody to take from u a tUoutand bill
headi. good paper aud tluely pnuted, lor
fj.w to .w.
OntLound aUtemeDta printed at TllR
JJullbtin offico tor tJ.OO to 4.00.
One thouiand note hoadk nrlnled at Tub
Uuluitin onice for C4.00: twotheutaudlor
One thouiand business eariltf. fine llrlitol
board, printed at Tub Bulletin olllco tor
from 160 to f 0.00, according to itze.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Remember the grand torchlight pro-
cenlon to-morrow night.
llALr-SUBBT. Tommorrow morning
Tub Bulletin will appear In a new
dreit, which compoli ua to Itsuo a half
heat thli morning.
Uon. A. U. Hetlng will bo preient to-
morrow and addreai tho people.
The reat laloof queoniware will con
tinue from day to day 10 to 12 a.m. and
2 to 4 p.m.
Come out, ye Liberals, and bear the
gallant Uen. Blackburn Jones to-morrow
Gas at Last. The council lait oven
ing Instructed the city attorney to make
a contract with the gai company to light
the city with gai.
For booti and ihoei of any deacriptlon,
tyle or quality, go to Win. Ehlor'i on
Twentieth street. Ue guarantees satlt
faction In material, lit, workmanship and
Sociable of the Liberal Kullgloui aieo
elation on Wednesday ovoning, com
mr,nrlniaA.8 o'clock. In their, ballon .0
oi r aiuingion avenue anu i weum
Tho public aro Invited.
Tub great sale of uueenswaro will con
tinue from day to day 10 to 1'.' a.m. and
'J to 4 p.m.
Hons. Wm. H. Green and W. J.AIIon
will address the multitude to-morrow
ChOssiNfis. Jailor McCarthy had his
gang not the chain gang at work yes
terday cleaning the street crossings.
K.stektainuent. The Concordia sing.
ing society will give an ontertainmeot at
Scheul'i hall, Thursday evening, Novom-
bor L'Ctn, Thanksgiving day.
The elegant and distinguished orator,
Hon. Don Morrison, will be presont to
morrow, and speak to tho people In his
n A. special communication of
V- Cairo Lodce, No, 'J37 A. V. and
VA. M. will bo held this evening at
7f o'clook. "Work In tho F. C. and il.
M. dogreos. Visiting brolhors cordially
Invited to attond. Par order W, M.
It. F. Ulake, hoc'y.
Turn Out, Euyit. To-morrow will
do one of the grandest days ever known
In tho history of Cairo, So, coma along
everybody, and Join In this grand Jubilee
over the success of the people.
f 5.00 kkwahii. Strayed or stolon iroin
lha subscriber, a larco white cow one
horn broken oil" short, the otber has a holo
bored In it. Five dollars roward will "be
paid for her delivery in Cairo, or for such
Information as may enable me to recover
her. r red. Koeuler.
Nkeueu Work. The nroncrtv holders
on the south side of Xleuth street he.
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, have laid a good brick sldowalk, ac
cording to the crado laid down by tho en
gineer. The pavement is four Inches be
low the street, and when It rains as it did
Mondavevenlntt. the aide walk liotrtlv
covered with water. A dltoh along that
side of toe street would remedy tho trou
Attempted Suicide. J, F. Ireland, of
tanta Fee, attempted to commit suicide
on last bunday morning. He swallowed
a half ounce of chloroform, but Dr.
Frar.er, of Commerce, Mo., and Dr.
Renfro, of Santa Fe, pu Bipod It out of him
with stomach pump, and he is now a
tiling or an unwilling sojourner In this
vale or team. Ireland Is a suOerer from
bodily 111 health, and resorted to the
chloroform as means to escape his misery.
W. Liheeh, repretoutlng u. w.
Irwin & Co., of Chicaoo, sends us the fol
lowing quotations In grain ;
November wheat, 84,
December wheat, 85J.
November oorn, 74J.
November oats, 47.
Year vats, 47,
November barley, 1.17.
the Walacks will return to this rlty
for three nights, rommancini; Thursday
ovonlnf; noxt. Tho New Orloans Plcn
yuno says of this company s "An
'Jdionco, representing tho wealth
and beauty and rnshton of tho city, n'sora
blod nt tho Opera Il.nuo last ovcnlnc. Tho
o:caslon was tho production of n famous
islety play, entitled "Clouds, ' rciotnbllng
closoly tho great specialty o( Furblsh's
Fif.h Avonus Dfamntlc Comblnatlnii, by
tho .lanios II. Wallack Company. Tho
company is above tho avoraRo of traveling
ompanlor, Fow boltor havo appeared
lio ro. Tho picco In ono that requires care
ful, palm-taking nnd talented actors nnd
actresses to properly catry It out, nnd
In vlow of thoio facts tho AVnllnrk Com
pnny may congrntulnto thcminlves upon
their success last orcnlug. ' fJonts can
now lm secured at Dan llnrlman's, nnd wo
advisonll who with to p,et good scnts to
iccuro thorn early.
Pki.munai.. Tho allowing wero tho
moll prominent nrrlvnls nt thn Planter'
Homo yestorday : J K Millar, Bt. Louis;
M W Lathing, (Jlionon, III ; .loliu Tin
dall, Bt. liouls; H P Cate, Hilburn. Ky;
M Anderson, Padticah; U II llruninrd,
Mr. H. MnrcMldon. of Thobes. Is in
tho city lor tho woek, making his liond
quarters at Mr. Martin's, on Cross street.
Dr. Win. Finney, of Clear Creek,
will bo at Martin's during tho week,
Capt. Kd. Gould, protlJontcf the Mis
souri Itiror l'nelcot Company, arrived in
tho city by last ovonlng's train. Tho Joo
Klnnoy, which sank Monday ovcnlng, is
ono of tho stoamors owned by this com
Tho Wallack combination hnvo on-
gaged thoir old quartors at tho Bt. Charles.
The Kallo Putnam Troupo havo also
engaged rooms at tho Bt. Charles during
thoir stay in tho city.
II. J. Onno and his brldo, of
Paducah, aro among tho many arrivals at
the Bt. Charles. Mr. O. Is mnklnit his
Among the many prominonl arrivala
at the tit. CharleA yestorday wo llnd tho
following: T. W. Bell, of Porter, Boll
it Co., manufacturers ol tho narrow
gauge locomotives for tho Cairo nnd St,
Louis narrow gauge railroad j Goo. Il-'
Uall, agont of tho Bt. Louis, Kansas and
Northern railroad; W. T. Founts:, of
Cairo, and forty others.
Uon li. II. Troat, Judgo 17, 3. Court
Is registered at tho St. Charles.
Among other notables wo llnd tho fob
lowing: JaraesJ. Neil" and W. 8- Lamb
prominent lawyers or Freeport ; Col W.
W. Uorry, n prominent awyor of Qmncv,
J. P. Vandorston, a promlnont lnwyor of
Vendftlie, .1. E. Hill and B. T. Droiior,
prominent inwyors oi springtlulu, nro
guests at tbo Bt. Clmrlci; tho abovo aro
parties attending Importnnt suits in tho
U. B. Court hero.
Livi.vo Aae. Tho last
weskly numbors of Tho Living Ago havo
boon full of noteworthy articles, among
which aro tho following: Contrasts of
Anciontand Modorn History, by Francis
W. Nowman : Tho t'onvent of Ban
ihium nnu l.uualisin
oy uon. w. Uladatono; Tho Faunn of
lancy, by Francos Powor Cobb; Who
Wrotu "Bhakspearo" ; Tho Education of
Women ; A Modorn Dead Languago ;
International Vanitlos ; Scholar and
rnari,ja unaptor In tho history of Ecclo-
slsatlcal laws ; Lady Duif Gordon ; Six
wooks in Elba; Tho Bong of Fishes, by
John 0. Gallon, F. L. 3.; Oomota' Tails ;
Archbishop Laud, oto., togother with in
stallmonts of tho remarkably ilno sorlnls,
"Alice Lorraine," by It. u. Hlackmorc,
author of tho "Maid of Bkor" j Far From
tho Madding Crowd," by Thomas Hardy.
"Throo Foathors, by William Black, nnd
ft short story by tho nutbor of "Patty":
choice pootry, miscellany, etc, oto.
Tub latest ofthoso numbers (No. 1587,
datod Nov. 7th) Is tho first onoiasuod tub
soqently to tho morglng or F.vnry Batur.
day In Tho Ltvlng Ago; nnd ns it contin
ues tho sorlals ot Kvory Biiturdny from
tho point whoro they wero dlicontlnuod
in that periodical, but moro especially bo
causo it Is now tho only ooloctlc wookly of
tho country, It should bo in tbo hnnds of
tho roadors ol Kvory Saturday as tho only
natural substltuto for thnt porlodlcal.
With llfty-two numbers, of Blcty-four
large pages osch (aggregating ovor 3000
pages a year) tho subscription prico ($8)
Is low ; or still hotter, for 10.60 any ono
of tho Amorlcan $1 magazines Is sent
with The Living Ago for r yoar, both
postpaid. Little & Oav. Boston, Pub-Ushers-
Stoamer Jim Flsk, Paducah;
" Colorado, VIckeburg
Btearnor Jim Fink, Paducah
'' llurksville, Nashvlllo
" Mary Allco, New Orloans
" Colorado, Bt Louis
111 YE It, WEATHER AND JIUSINESS.
Thu rlvor at dark was a foot 1 Inch
on tho gaugo, having beon stationary dur
Ing tho provlous at hours, Vory many
rains fell night boloro last, and yestorday
morning, and tho wind Is now cold from
tho north, Business dull. Thu amount
it rain fall for 1!4 hours ondlng at noon
yesterday was 92.100tha of an inch,
Wak Dkpt. ltivKit ItKroitT, I
AlioVO I ...
low water. Change.
ft. III. Ft. lu.
0 40 -0
a i o o
Si n -0 0
t) 11 -0 xt
1 r -o i
o ;t o I
W.M.. ,1(1,11 ......
The T. F. Kckort ralsod tho Joaoph
Kinney In two hours after hor pumps
wero set. Bho lay- straight and easy In
4 feet of water forward and 8 foot aft,
which brought It font ft,,0VH ,16r (,,ek nl
tho stream. All of the cargo In tho hold
was damgnod nn.l soveral hundrod dry
barrels mi dock. Tho log sho hurt hctselt
upon Is closo to, and Just nbroast of tho
Groat Republic, "' ,n0 'vinnoy nnu
landed to lasvo hor bargo which nha had
brought this far as n llirhtor. As fho
swung In, tho ond of tho log ponolratcd
her hull lint forwnnt or ttio inruonru
cylinder tlmlior, making a clean holo 3 feet
long and 13 Inches wide. As soon as
was discovered t" 1110 w" lklnB wlor
sho was run upon'tho Itontucky bar op.
poilto tho city, whoro sho snltloa in noout
Tho ftorm night beforo last Mow
wnves Into tho nlr ononlngs under thn
guards of tho wharfboat of tho 0., A. and
T. railroad, nt tho Missouri thoro. In
splto of tho elicits r Mr. Chntlcs llau
man. tho nlcht wntchman. to koop hof
froo by tho tiutnp', alio was found ycator-
dny morning to ha In a sinking condltlor.
Tho Kckort wn tout for to tow horoiit.
Thn HurKsvlllo, now Inid up horo, in
tended to enter tho Cairo nnd Capo (llrnt-
denu trade, but upon investigation it was
foand thnl It would not pay, and sho
changed hor mind.
Mr. Walter K. Dill, a steamboat
clork widely known upon tho rivor. Is n
ptssonger upon tho .Ins. Klnnoy for
Memphis, whoro ho will remain until
snrlnc. FIvo months ago Mr. Dill was
nrostrntod by a Strobo of parnlysla which
nd'ectod his ontlro right side, and for four
months ho was unnblo to even tuin over
Injiod without attlelanca. Ho bus so far
rocovorod that only tho right hnnd and
foot aro allcctod, nnd hr has strong hopos
that tho southern cllmato will produce- a
Mrs. Smith, wife of Unolo Dick
Smith, mato of tbo Cairo City wharfboat,
died .Monday ovoning. Undo Dick has
our sympathy In his troublo.
Ii.t.., Monday Kvknino,
Novombor Oils, 1B7I.
A tine, making nnd much nocdod ral
visited this tcctlon last night. To-da
hns been cbudy, but cleared oir In thn nf.
tornoon and cloud very ploasant. Th
dllllculty in mnking shlpmonts'by rail to
tho south still oxlsts, and tn consequonco
tho markot for hay Is weak and uncortaln,
Blocks nro ncrumulntlng and prices nre
lowor. Tho corn market Is active, with
no supplie and vory llttlo arriving, Oats
nro firm nnd In good demand nt better
prices. Flour is quoted very dull and
lowor, with hoavy stocks of ovorything
oxcopt vory low grades, and aollors aro
willing to mako liberal concessions to
oiled sales. Applos nro plenty nnd very
dull for ovorything but choico 'argo red
Poultry is not wanted nt All. Kggs aro
in nctlvo demand and scarco at 20c. Choico
buttor finds roady salo nt H233o. Kates
of freights south by rlvor hnvo found thoir
lovol, as lollows: To Now Orleans, 17Jc
por cwt., and !l5o lor dry barroU; ?4 Do
por ton for hay. To Mompbia l'.'jc per
cwt.; i!3n for dry lurrols and 5.1 SO por ton
CttTOur friends should bear in mind
tWitt-tlm rifl l.nPAttlvAn rn lltti11y pr
sales fcom tlret hands In round lots. In
Ailing orders and for broken lots il ir
nocosjary-to olmrgoan advanco over those
F LOU It.
Thero ia n moderately active demnnd
for lowosl grades, but everything olso is
ovor stocked nnd vory dull, with sollors
ready to mako liberal concessions. Wo
noto tales of 'JOO bbls various grador, 1 00
to 6 00; 300 bbls varlons crados, 4 00 to
5 75; 300 bbls various grndos, City Mlllp
1 00 to 7 00; .100 bbls various grades,
I 00 to 0 00; 100 bbls various grades
I 60 to 0 00; 100 bbli various grades, 3 60
Tho markot Is well stippllod nnd thn do.
mantl small. Pricos aro weak nnd unset
tlod. Wo noto sales of 2 cars good tlm
othy delivered, 10 fiO; 3 cars good nilxei
dolivered, 17 00; 1 cars ovor-rlpo timothy
dolivcrod, 10 00; 1 enr choico timothy
dollvorcd, 10 00; 1 enr choico timothy do.
livorod, la 00; 2 cars choico timothy
doilvercd,tl9 03; 1 car common timothy
Thore is an nctlvo Inquiry for corn of
all kinds and no supplies. We noto talon
of 00 sacks mixod nnd white 85c; 3 enrs
old whito In tacks, dol 85c.
Thoro is a noticenblo improvomont in
tho demnnd and prices nro firm nnd look
ing up, Rocolpts aro small nnd etocks nro
light. Wo noto talcs of J cars Southern
Illinois in sacks dol 08c; 2 cars Northern
lo 69c; 1 car Bouthorn Uliifois
do 03c: H cars choico whito do T2r; 2 cars
mixed Bouthorn Illinois do 08c.
Wo noto a bolter feeling in meal, nnd
an upward tendency In prices. Boilers
rofurod oilers of 3 60 to-day. Wo noto
sales of 100 barrols steam drlod nt 3 CO;
"00 barrels choico steam dried at 3 CO.
Tho market rules qulot and unchngod.
lhodomnndls small nnd stocks light.
Bales wore two cars In tackt, dollvorcd, at
10 Wtf17 00.
'1 horo Is a steady demand for choice
northern dairy buttor at 33c. Tho old
stock It nearly alt workod off und tho mar
kot Is beginning to tako on a healthier
look. Bales woro.100 pounds choico north,
orn at 3.1c; 000 pounds common fouthorn
Illinois nt i!020o; 200 pounds good South,
orn Illinois at i!8c; 000 pounds choice
northern nt 3233o.
Thoro It an adlvo domsnd for troth
eggs at quotations and nono In markot.
Salos wero 10 boxes fresh at L'Oe; 300 dozen
frosh at l!0c; 200 dozen froth at SOc.
Thoro was some Inquiry to-day for
chickens to ship to. New Orloant, but the
domand Is tpaamodlo, won't last, and tho
markot is overstocked. Bales wero 30
dozen 2 00 to 2 60; B coopt finlxod
2 00 to 2 26,
Get your oyatert at tho Dtlmonlco,
Tiik Best nyttors at thn Dolmonlro
The great salo of quoonswnro will con-
tlnun from day to dny 10 to 12 n.m. and
3 to 1 p in.
FuKsit oysters or anything olao you
want nt thn Delmnnlco Restaurant open
ilsy nnd night.
Tiik grrat salo nl qnennawarn will con
tlntto from day to day 10 to 12 n.m. and
to 'I p.m.
For Rknt. Cottngp, No. 32 Tenth
street, betweon Washington and Walnut.
Knntilro nf Chns. Lane, oral Tub IIUI.LK-
n i lllm. 3.15-10 II tr
l'l.Uf K n pair or thoao elegant idiro-
mi for sale, nt MX not. LA lt, retail prlco
ten dollars. Apply nt tho llui.I.I.Tl.v Or
Rooms to Rent. Klght rooms to ront
nn Third street between Washington nnd
Commercial avenues. Apply to Wlllinm
Mcllnls, or nt this otllco.
Cotnf.'h oyster depot nnd roitatirnn
Oysters In thn shell and cm, fresh every
day, at Phil Bnup's old stand, betwoen
Sixth and Seventh streets, Cairo, ill.
The Bt. Charles Hothl has several
tileasant rooms on tho uimor ilui,uita
Lie tor gumicmeij, vumcnii Iiu evuured fur
tho winter, with board, nt vory reasonable
New Cairo City Coal anIi Wood
Yard.-Go to O. W. Whoolor .V Co. fo
Pittsburg, Grand Towor and Illinois Coal
Wood alwajs on hand nnd sawed to
Fresh Btiri'LY. Mr. P. Fitzgerald haa
just received nnd has on salo at his rales
room, a largo stock of English ale, porter,
llonneisy brandy and wines, nnd liquors
or nil kinds, which ho will dltpo'o of at
reasonably prices, 280-0-Jo-lm
lIoAKiMNd. Two dotirnblo rooms to
lot with board, vory reasonable, to gen
tloman and wito or two gentlemen ; In
tho central part or tho city; can also ac
commodati) day boardort. Addrois, bo
IIavino given up my old aland on tho
lovco and taken Koohlor .A Bro s shop.
on Eighth stroot, I shall be propared to
supply the citlzons of Cairo, with the bt
moats tho market affords. Please oil
and seo mo. Pint.. Howakd,
Notk e to Hunters. Brocch and muz
.-.lo loading shot guns, rllles and pistol
Alto ammunition in large or small quant!
tics. Quality and prices guaranteed
At Henry's Hardware Store, Cairo,
Railroad Company. 1
agents OKrit'E, Cairo, Nov. 7, '71.
Shippers will plcaio bear in mind that
packages mutt bo marked with tho namo
of thu comignco and destination full
Initials will not do.
James Johnson, Agont
Lu.icu EvKitr Day. (ieorgo I.attner
corner ol Fourteenth and Wanhlngton
avenue, will furnish horcaltor, ovory Qay
to nil patrons a No. i lunrb, betwoen th
hours of ten and twolvo o'clock. Fresh
Milwatikeo beer and fragrant Hav
na cigars to be bad at bis bar at all
Lumhkr .Still Goino Down. As wo
nro determined to eloso nut our stock
tpocdlly, preparatory to winding up bus
inoss, wo will sell all kinds of lumber
touuounrs per inousana less man mar.
kot prices. A largo lot or lath and stov
wood on hand, which will bo sold at cor
respnndlngly low rules.
2-2l.D-y.tr wall V Knt.
ton Bale. All tho olllco furnituro
tho into, First Natlonnl Bank ol Cairo,
will bo closed out at auction on noxt Tuo
I .. . . f A -. - 1 .
u) m m uciuck a. in. in tliu room ovor
tho olllco of tho C.& V. It. II, company, ror
moriy tno First National Bank. Person
wishing to purchaso olllco furnituro will
uu won 10 no protont ni tuo talo. 2t
V e havo at the IIullktin Opkick nn
order for fifty dollars on tho "Wilton
Sowing Mncblno Company" which Is good
lor us raco ns part payraunt on a tovonty
n . .. .
nvuuoiiiir tewing macnino. Any porson
in want of n first class sowing machine can
got a sovonty.fivo dollar ono for fifty dol
lart, oy applying at this olllco. tf
A Good Oiiabck. I otlor for talo tho
entlro outfit and stand of thoSt. Nicholas
Hotel, on Commercial avonue, Cairo, III!
nois, witn n good paying business, or
win sou tno oar and llxturcs teparato
irom tbe outfit of thu 'bouse, all on good
tormr. Apply at tho hotol,
Wm. Wetzel, Proprietor.
Notre op Removal. Parker & Ax
loy, commission morchantr, havo removed
to No. 190 Commercial Avonue, between
Klovonlh and Twelfth Streets, whoro they
havo in storo 2,000 bushels of lino peach
blow potatoet, -end n largo lot of applet.
onlonr, boant, etc., otc, for salo.
At "Our BHloon," Eighth ttroot, bo
twoon Comtno rclal avonuo and Ohio lovoe
the hungry mny llnd all kindt of edibles
horrlng, tatitage, cheese, A-c, and tho
thirsty tho finest oi wlnca and 'liquors,
froth lager beor, and tho boat brands ol
dears. Attentivo bar-keepers aro always
on hnnd; and tho lunch sot dally, nt 10
o clock, Bundays inoltidod, ia as Uno as
any in tho city. Cnll around. 10-22-tf
Joe Koneker Is now in full control of
the Washington bakory, and liavlmr
loarnod tbe wants of tho public, Is pre
pared to supply on call all demands for
French loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bioad, and ovorything else ordinaril)
found In a llrtt-clats bakery. Uo main-
Wins u full stock of confootlonorlei, and
can, as woll as any othor dealer in tho
city, till a', I orders In that line.
C'akos baked, frosted or ornamontod on
short nollco. Bpocial attention glvon to
tho orders ot woddlog oi picnic parties.
3AS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK .OF COMFECl
TIONS IN EGYPT. AND IS SELLING 90 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
. Do not buv old candies,
summer ami arc stale, claiming iiomo manufacture. Ah
sec to your weight. Every box
net, or u ounces over live pounds, llomember the place
Corner 8th St. and Washington
The Only Place in tlio City where
JuaT Arrived. Mr. Khlors, the boot'
and thou man, Twontlelh stroet, botween
Wnrhlngton avenue nnd Poplar street
has Just rscelvod, acootdlng to provlous
annotincomcnl, from Henry Arthur, lm
portor of lealhors, Now York,
f roucn Calf.
And ovorything elso pertaining to tbo
making of tlrst-eiass boot and sbno work.
Those need inn foot wenr aro Invited lo
call and uxamlno Ibis stock, tho finest
brought to Cairo. 307 10-20-lf
New Lumhkr Yard, Chat. Lancas
ter, and Now'.on Rico, (lato with
3, Walters) both well known to our
cltir.onf, and to rlvor mon generally, have
established a lumbor yard In Cairo, cor
iter Sixteenth street nnd Commercial avc
nuo. Thoy will koop overy description
of building malorlal and stoamboat lutn
bor, dcort, sash, blinds, mouldings,
shingles, lath, etc., etc., and aro determined
to sell lower than lumber has ever beon
told in Cairo. Thoy solicit a fair trial
from atcamboat mon und builders, and
will guarantee satisfaction in all catoi.
R. Jones, lathionable bootmaker, hat
moved into hit now houto next to hit old
stand on Commercial avonuo, and assures
hit friends that bo it better than ever pro
pired to satisfy them In tho stylo, stock,
lit, etc., of thoir booti ami tboes. An evl
den(o of his ability to satisfy everybody,
may bo toon in tho fact that he it crowded
with work, and bat been compelled to em
ploy tbrca moro llrtt-clais workmen, lie
manufactures evory stylo of boots or shoes
and utclonly tho best of material In all
caei, whether inaklog a cow-hldo tboo
or a pair of tlio finest French calf boots
Glvo him atrial. Satisfaction Is guaran
Dr. S. Van Meter, formerly or tbe
famous Charleston, Illinois, Infirmary, It
absent from homu on tbrco week's trip
for his own recreation, and will stop at
various towns, wbero ho hopes all bis old
friends nnd former patlonts will call on
LI in, ami whoro ha iny ba coasulted by
any who detlro to do to' Ho will be at
the Bt. Charles hotol In Cairo on Novem
ber I t and 15. Consultation private and
free. Ho can lull your true condition, and
give your symptoms better than you can
yourself. Don't miss this opportunity to
consult him. Bond to tho Infirmary fur
tbo Journal ol Hoalth and Reftrenco List
ol 000 names" (TT persona In this nnd
adjacent aectiona who havo been treated
at tho Infirmary. 423ll-4-w2w.
FEATHERS! FEATHERS ! !
A largo lot of new prime II vu goeto fua
thors fur aale In quantities to euit tho pur
chasors, at lowest markot pricos.
38'.)-1 0-27-3 w 95 Ohio Levee.
GOODS ARK BULD
Juit received nnd for salo to tho trade,
now btickwhoat Hour, now hams and
breakout tncon, choico butter, cranber
rios, picklos, mlnco meat, A'c. Also, we
toll 4 pounds best Rio coll'oe Tor l, and
8 lbs. A coffco sugar for $ I; bosldos, we
have tbo largest atock of dry goodt, boots
andtbooi, on which wo shall oiler extra
inducements. Only houso In tho city tell
Ing C. M. Henderson & Co't custom madi
wintor boot, 20 Inch log, and warranted,
for $1 00 por pair. Romomber, goodt tent
promptly to your house, and no charge.
II 55t New i ork Store.
Consumption Can Bk Cured-.
DcnencR's ruimonio Hyrup, Bchenck't
5oa Weed Tonic, Bchonck's Mand mlm
Pills, aro tbe only medicines that will cure
Frequently medlclaoa that will aton a
cough will occasion tho death of the pa
llont: they lock up tbo liver, stop the cir
culation of tho blood, homorrhage follows,
anu in iaci, suoy ciog too action or tbo
vory origans that caused tho cough.
Llvor Complaint and DvsneDsia aro tho
causos of two-thirds of tbo cases of Con
sumption. Many persons complain of a
dull pain In tho side, constipation, ooated
toncuo, pain in tho shoulder-blade. foellnL-s
of drowsiness and rottlessnett, tho food
., i i,.. . .
lying uunvny on mu siomncn, accompa
uled with acidity and belcbinir up of wind.
Thoto symptoms usually originate from
a disordered condition of tbo stomach or a
Persons so adectnd. if tbov tako ono of
two heavy colds, and if tho couuh In those
catcs ba suddenly checkod, will find tho
stomach nnd liver cloggod, remaining tor.
pld and inactive, nnd almost before tbev
aro aware tho lungs are a mass of soros,
and ulcorated, tho rosult of which Is doatb,
bchonck's Pulmonlo Bvrup Is an exnea.
torant which does not contain opium or
anything ca culated to check n cough sud
denly. tJcnoncu's aoa wood 'ionic uitsolvoa tho
food, mlxos with the irattic luleet of tha
ttomacb, aids digestion, end creatos a ray-'
Whon tbo bowolt nro cottivo, skin sal
low, or tho symptoms otborwltoof a bit
lout tendenoy, Bchonck's Mandrake Pills
tuoso medicines aro prepared oniy by
J. U. SciieNck. & Bon,
N. U, corner Bixth and Arch Btt-, Phils,
And are for isle by. all drDgKiita andi
that have been kept over thl
ought to contain live pound
You can get a Complete Assortment.
Tub great salo of queentware will con
tlnuo from day to day 10 to 12 a.m. ati
2 to 4 p.m.
Newly-fitted, finely furnlthed barbJ
mop by CJeoree Btelnhoute, corner Con
merclai avenue and Blgutu
of practice have given him sv light haol
that tnakei ft smooth shave delightful
All who try blm once will call agals
All tbe lato dally papers are kept on LI
table for tbe Inn tHt of his cuttomers, ail
thero U no tedious watting for turns.
A. Black, has juit meciived as
OTHER INVOICE 01 TUOSE VINE SCOT! I
IIOTTvM, OR EXTENSION HOLED SHOES il
EVERY HTTLE, KO K LADIES XIIMEI At
CHILDREN, THAT II AS (IIVBN SCCU UKl
EKAL SATill'AUTION TO EVERY ONI.
NO NEED TO WEAK WITALIO T1J-
PROTECT UPPERS, OR COMfLAIN Of tUOl
ecurriNo out at toes, tor these, as
uytiiiik extension holes are atfi
CIE.NT PROTECTION AND COLblNB IBS
EI.EOANCE AMD IIURAIII I.1TV, W1TU CUl
rOKT NOT IQUALED BT ANT OTUIH MAI. I
Do NOT PURCIIAHK VOR TOUESILI,
YOUR CHILDREN, ANY SHOES NEfORSt TC
HAVE EXAMINED TIIESB, FOR TBE V AS
AMURBDLY THE SUOES TOU WANT, fill
SHOE STORE, CORNER KlUUTti STftKsl
and Commercial avemue.
r i wi " i
A un Intruding to do buNlnets uustj
flr.it prepare hiiunelf to meet tbe re-
qulrrnicnls of his customers j next tiel
must let ever; poinlble or probable!
itiitomiTkuow that he lo ho prepared,!
In r very nmll place bo ui TELL all I
the people ttlmt lie enndo. lust large I
tlllngn it printed handbill, potter or
rlrcnlur, properly distributed, will bo
olllniclonsr, but WH0EVKR IH I.N A
PLACE LA His K KNOUOU TO SUP
VOUT A NEWSPAPER vniili FIND
7IIAT IT IS Till; CIIEAP1&T MEDIUM
TIIROUOII WHICH TO ADDHKSSTUE
THOMAS 8 PRO AT & SON
Wholejslo and Retail Dealers Id
PUKK LAKK 10B,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbut, Kentucky
Cairo oIHce at Hulen A Wilton's, corner
Iwclrtti street ami Ohio levee.
lOWlll rtlll an Iaa w.irnn Slirniiulmnl tt.u
Season, ilellverlng pure Uke li e lu auy part
ol tbe etty at the Iowet market price, aud
will also nirulsli our friends ouulde the rltv
With ice bv tho cake or car load. ii.i....i il.
taw duit, for uhlpment to any dlaUnee.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
PROF. rOWUE'3 GREAT WORK
On Manhood, Womanhood aud their Mu
tttal luter-Kelatloiis; Love, lu Laws, Pow
er, etc. Airenta am aalllnir fmn, ia i.. .n
copies a day, Hend rorspeiTiiien pkvi and
I vniiH to Agents, and see why It sella ratter
than anv other book. Ailiir.. mu,i...i
PllblhhfnB Co.,Plila. p Chicago, III , or
Mi IOlUS JUO h
THE MASON & HAMLIN CR0AN COMPANY,
Wlnnem or Throe Highest Medals and
Diploma or Honor, ut Vlatim. IkTM .ni
Parle, 18117. now offer tbe finest assortment
ui inn nesi uumiiei urgans lu tlio world, In
cluding new styles with recent improve
ments, not only exclusively, ler cash, at
lorraerly, but also on New plans ot easy
payment, tbe moat favorably ever offerest.
Organs Rented with privilege nf purchase,
to almost any port of the couutry. First
payment fn.oO or upwards.
Illustrated Catalogues and Circulars, with
full particulars, sent lieoon request. Ad
dross. MA80N & HAMLIN OMOAN CO.
Boston, New lorn or Oklcsgo,