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RmIIC XMtar en Kvcrr
JOHW K. OBERT.Y, Kdltor.
. IWCTHRIIV MKl'DBLIVANH.
'"'The Southern ncpubllcan nrc tnnUiijt
ti movelu, lavor ol Chief .TiimIco Wiiltc
t, for candidate for PrcMcnt In 1870.
' Tho Southern ItepuMlrmis ileMro that
the candidate or the party diall he n
Western man. .fudge .Settle o( North
Carolina, ami HurIi J., llond of Haiti
'rMnrp, are r-nirajtcd In the inovetncnt, ond
recently made n trip West In the Interest
of Mr. Waltc.
Tool G. Morgan, of the Shawneotown
(la:ette, favor the nomination of Gover
nor Tilden, of New York, for President
of the United State? ; nnd S. S. MarMnll,
of Illinois, for VIce-l'rcslilciit. The Fnlr
tlold Democrat, alluding to Mr. Morgan's
nomination, says that If any genuine
reform is to he made hy the pending
Presidential election next year, the West
and South miut take the lead In eneh
Cortina' si filcndslnTamaullpa.'.a Mc
lean State horderlng on tlio P.lo Grande,
are takl to lie still powerful and ilellant.
Tliev mciiaco with death all who took
IiIks ninilnst their lalleii chief and
Uhrcatcu vengcMiici;. (.'urtlim Is still eon
fined In the Clly of Mexico, and will get
elear as soon as the United States lurjjets
about the murders ami outrages, he eom
mlttcd on the frontier. It would he well
for-our government to sec that he Is
prosecuted with vigor.
On Tuesday. December "III, Texiwuill
hofd her llnal State eteellon. Tlie lie
publicans have no power there, and
will not develop any remurl,ablu btrenjilli
unless the Democrats fpllt, which N very
likely. Democracy Is id way relive under
success, and only aeW wUely after u set
back. In 1S":i the Democrats carried the
Stale by 17,0:11 majority for Governor,
The new constitution now behig framed
may prove a tintiLIlitr block to the
party In power, as war Is beliix made on
the free school syMem, and a property
luiallllcation w 111 come up as an lxin
ants. To-day Ills one 01 (lie best tnill-
tary organisations in the !-oiilli, anil
embraces ainonj; Its members the leaillnjr
cltl.ens ot the Hand City. Its atinlvcr-
saryjlialls are great society events, and ad
mission to them Is teted by the strict
est scrutiny. They have two 12-pound
bronze Napoleons, four I'J-pouud bronze
mountain howitzers, forty Remington
breech-loading rllles, and one hundred
artillery sabers. A sunlcienev ol tlxed
ammunition Is always kept on hand ro
that the guns can bo nut Into service
with dispatch. Wo have frequently had
the pleasure of witnessing the parades of
this line body of men, nnd consider them
an honor to the noble State that now pos
sesses them. 'Jexas should seutl her
great artillery company to the Centen
Tho Carbondale lllinohaiv Intimates
that there Is n movement 011 foot in
that town to oust John It. Hartou Com
his place as postmaster. Wo were
always under the impression that Mr.
Hartou made a faithful postmaster, mid
we arc still of that opinion. Some Ir
regularities occurred in lilsolllce through
the dishonest actions of a clerk, but .Mr.
Hartou was prompt In assisting to run
the thief into a trap that was set for
him. Of course, every man hai his
enemies, and wo know that enemies
will not scruple to nu a convenient
ki:tai.i:i oa rut: hkiiami.
When the Vlcksburg Herald was pur
chased by the owners of the Monitor,
change 11iliirall.v riviiltcd. .Votwltli
stamling this fact, one of tho Herald's
old attaches, .lames II. Sullivan, we see,
has been retained to enliven the columns
of that paper with his sparkling clfii
slons. He Is surely winning his way to
an enviable position in the literary world,
and we wish liiin success, as we have
watched his career since the llrst day ho
put foot in a printing olllce, direct from
the rural districts of Mississippi. He Is
a faithful worker, a fresh mid captivating
writer, ad we have loud suspicious, that
his ready pen contributed tho Haul
ing lun that marked the columns of
the Herald during tho past six months.
Tlir.ATKIC.il, IMIM Iirst
The picscnt season seems to be iIImij
trous to theatrical troupe In IhN State.
In Cairo, last week, the May I'lsk com
pany, owing to llnancial embarrassment,
fell to pkccft ; and a few days ago another
company disbanded in Vaudalla. He-
sides these, the wrecks ol other compa
nies arc frcmicntly met Moating iirounl
seeking a lodgment In congenial locali
ties. All these companies were formed
under favorable auspices, their gul'liug
stars being fame and money. They risked
and lost, their tlnauelal prospects being
thoroughly blasted, anil tho consumma
tion of a life dream of hMi Ionic, fame in-
(Ulllilteiy po'lponcd. l-roni this we
can Infer Hint considerable, tal
ent, of thii kind I- tramping 1
over the waste places of the Slate upon
very thin lejjs that were wont to appear
round and cultivated through the manip
ulation of the hands of tlio.-e accustomed
to actors' artlllees. What lin? caused all
this trouble and iliMiMer we are unable
to say. IVrlwn-t It was A ;C of ability,
and dearth ot dramatic novelty, that lei I
to a want of money to keep the curtain
up iind the music going. At any rate,
there win a lack of something, .v ! these
broken caravans ol intelligent people are
travelling, like vagrant Hedouins.whlther
the w hid blowcth, planning new ventures,
picturing their debut, to a sea of face-1,
amidst the plaudits of a tlunis:tml hands,
and relying upon the freeman's protec
lor, Hie Anbern, eo?)tti, to take them from
the hands of pursuing creditors. .Many
ol these companies wcru coinnliiuented
wltlT the aid of talent that had, at a i
mote period of time, received a round ol
applause In the Fifth Avenue, New Yoik;
or been showered with gold dollars on
the "-lope," but this undoubted talent
could not, with niediocresupporl, inspire
1 Ilinols publics with cither sympathy or
enthusiasm stilllclcnt to insure the ear a
van an uninterrupted way In what was
Intended as a triumphal march to
the sea. In many things the
mucrani companies lack common sense
To catch the public eye, gorgeous print
ing and much advertising Is necessary
A common dodger would not Inspire the
respect or confidence of a lut.cli llend
ami yet they commence operations in
town with a hand-bill, printed on cork
type, and margined with a border that
has been declared iiiiiKrihablc bvile
seendanfs of (lie original purchaser.
.MlHon ViiMh1 I-OUJ1C it rt success, tie
eausc a niastcY mind Is at the head of it,
and an ageul precedes it and decorates
towns and cities with designs striking,
rich and radiant, from the hands of
draughtsmen, engravers and printers.
acted accordingly ; and now any amount
of the paternal hand and shlnjt h has no
The citizens of Memphis aie about to
commence the mayoralty campaign.
Among the aplrauts nrc Mlchail Ituikc,
.1.0. Necly. Amos WoodrulV. II. H.
Garth, F. S. Davis, Louis Hainii'-r, (',.
A. Kekerly, .tudge Fllppln, A. J'. I.acey,
.1. N. Oliver, Michael Majjcvncy, and the
present Incumbent, .toliu I.oayiie.
The last letter ever penned hyev
Prcsldent .lohusoii was addressed tr. Ids
life-long friend Judge John M. Cornwck.
of Memphis, nnd still lies uutliiMtcd on
the table hi his room where the deceased
satoinati began it. It hears the date of
.Tunc 17"). and refers In Vice Prcl
ilent WINon's Interview with ex-Oovt
linn N in Memphis last summer.
- .ludgo Morrill delivered an elaborate
opinion In tho United States Cite lit
Court, Hrownsvlile, Texas, on tho tth
Insi., deciding that tho cases of tho col
ored soldiers of Itlnggold Harrarks, In
dicted for murder, could not he trims.
lericil to the Federal courts under l&o
civil rights act, as there was nothing
to show they could not receive a lair
trial In the State courts under the laws
of Texas, which contain no dl-criniiiu-lions
In regard to race or color ol prisoner-,
wltnc-c or jurors.
At Lincoln, Nebraska, 011 the Mb
Ins!., Captain .1. II. Hull, ot Turtle's tic
lective force, arre-ted .lohn II. fil.ilr
who is wanted In Chicago for perjury
and In Maiicliister, F.iiglaml, for swind
ling a leading silk manufactory there out
of ,000 worth ol goods. He wa
traced by cable from Knglaud to that
ell v. and lias been shadowed for week-
by Captain Hull. Two hours alter hi-
arrc-t Captain Tin tie arrived, l.i compni y
with lion. Mar.-li Foley, M. I., manager
of the house upon whom thf swindle was
practiced. The goods wens shipped by
Hlalr In two places hi loiva. Detective
Hull round Hlalr In I incoln, and two
hours before the arrlva' ol the other par
ties, had him In limbo. Hlalr was keep
ing house in Lincoln with his family, and
proposed to go into business to cii lii
ttolen nroneity. lie will he taken to
Chicago, and thence to Kuglaml.
MECTENANT UEMKKAI. IM'.MIlt'.U
TON. General Pemticrton, commander ol the
Confederate forces at Vlcksburg, during
the memorable siege, and who has been
generally snubbed by Southern people
because he could uotrepal thu irresistible
force under General Grant, the man of
fortune, has turned up lu Memphis,
Twin. Owing to Pembertou's failure no
monument will he erected to him niter
his departure over tho river. Without
reason lie has been called traitor by the
Southern people, without any argument
to justify the assertion. We believe that
Pembertoii was true to the cause lu
which he enlisted, and to the utmost of his
ability acted tho p irt ii-igucd him. Hut
he was a Northern man by birth, and un
less success followed Ids footsteps, cal
umny was suru to Mcp in and black'
good name. Since the war littlo has been
mid about his movements, although he
figured as a leader in one of tho most
prominent historical events of the war.
'I In 1(114 Iliiiiy.
Wasiiiwio.v. November 0. One linn
dred iriins were llred this uvciilug by the
Kepubllcaus. in honor ot the political
letoiv of Tne-day last. A procc.lon
was loimed and marched to thu execu
tive Mansion, where thoncoiili'.sereuadt
the I're-ldeiit, who uekuowlcdged tho
compliment ts follow.-:
"(li:xri.i:.MKN : I am verv ul:il to meet
you on till- occasion, and to congratulate
von on .o good a cause for rejoicing to
the cullru luuntrv, over Ihu elections of
lat Tuesday. While the Republican
maiorltlcs were not great, they were
Mil'llck'Ht to accomplish the purpose.
Thu 'Itag-hiiby' lias been entirely up-pres-ed,
and thu iieople now know what
Kind of money they are to have In the
future, and I think wo have an assurance
that t!iu Itt publicans will control this
government for at least four years
Three cheers were then given for the
President, three cheers lor Hard Money
and threoehwr- for the l're-ldcnfs school
Tho proces-ion marched to the resi
lience of the Secretary of the Navy, and
ft was there announced that .Mrs. I'ob-
(icon i-ctnrm-i ili.iiil.s lor Iho sereuiulo to
the Secretary, who was absent from Ihe
city. ICx-Oovernor Sliepherd was next
ereuaded, and made a speech.
'1 lie I'riint lor.
Omaha. Nr.11.. November .. An
Wc received a Galveston AW, headed
"Compliments oftho Galveston Artillery
Company,'' prcenllng a huge wood cut
of tint fnuioiH company's new armory,
and also ailiagrain of the upper and lower
floors. The armory N located at the In
tersection of Avenue 1 and Twenty-sec
ond street. Tills artillery company was
organized in 1810, during the days of the
Texas republic. In 1SH the -sumpany
was chartered by the Congrc: of Hie In
fant republic, lor the protection of the
harbor ami city of Galveston,
autl to awlst the mayor in sup
pressing riot and cuforclng thu
administration of the laws. The original
guns were tho "Twin Sisters," two brass
pieces presented to tho republic
ladies ol Cincinnati, and heavy iabci.
In 1811 a company called the Fussllcers
combined with tho Galveston Artillery,
retaining tho uamo and charter of the
latter, with Allred Swingle as captain,
A. 0. Crawford, .lames P. Cole and
ilariie'ias lieutenants. A. C. Crawford
was tho next captain, and continued in
coinmaud of tho company until the Gal
veston City Guards united with It lu
1875. When tho lato war broke out the
artillery company furnished ollicer-i for
the Confederacy, and were scattered from
the Potomac to the ItioGraude, ranking
from a major-general down to ilcuteu-
The Kepubllcaus will have seventeen
majority on Joint ballot in tho New ,!er-
Gen. Logan has jiut sold to ex-Grain
Inspector Harper a pieco of Chicago dirt
for Si'i.OOO in cash.
A woman starved to death in Pas"
sale county, N. .1., where there Is ."-00 Re
Carl Pretzel".- UUtttrated Wttkhj
nominate-) .lohn A Logan for President
of the United States in 1S7S.
Gcorso C. Honlfacc is still the leader
ot the furbish Fifth Avenue Dramatic
company, and MNs Georglo Langlev (lie
Frank Mayo is playing in Leaven
worth, Kansas. Hy playing in Cairo lie
may-owe a few board bills before he
get-, out ot town oil !
A woman named Maud, a varieties
performer, committed suicide recently
in Dennison, Texas. She became dis
gusted with hersell and the world, and
went home like a Hash ot lightning.
The proprietor of the London Times
will be sued lor libel for denouncing thu
operation- of the Co-operative Credit
bank as a scandal and disgrace to tho city,
strongly Intimating It is swindling the
The Suuthtrn llhiwuiiia says. : "Wo
note with pleat-urn that an article in the
Cairo llulUtin. vindicallnir Mr. O.SImili-v
Irom nil complicity lu theSlstiey murder,
has been extensively copied bv the dls.
Marshal Hazalne, a rumor of whose
death was prevalent in Pails a few days
since, is- not dead, hut on the contrary,
lias lecovereU Irom the ludispo-ition he
MilVcred iu cuiiscipience ot thu reopening
of an old wound.
iiie ijiic He I'unthlevic, grandson of
Louis i'hllllpe, a lieutenant of thu French
corvette Volt., now lying at San Fran
cisco, declined to attend a hauijuct given
hy Iho citizens to the ofllccrs, lest hi
presence might he ascribed to political
The Charleston (Mo.) Coiiu-cr pub
lishes, the following Item: "Chat. F.
Norton was found dead lu his bed on thu
13th ult., near Patterson, Wayne county.
When found his nose was eaten oil, his
eyes eaten out and a llttli. hole In (he
back of each hand."
Theodore Tlllou is in Kansas lllllng
a role in a "Problem of Life." An ex
change says : "Mr. Tlltou entirely tills
the bill." He ought to he able to fill thu
bill when he filled tho country with dl
gust, Instead of lining u hole in the
ground with lleecher,
A Diibuipie youngster, learning that
tarnilu could he used to make the skin so
hard nnd tough In exposed places that
chilling and blistering would not occur,
eial telegram to thu headquarters ol ihe
Department of Iho Platte, Fort l etier
maii Wyoming, states that sixty Indues
of Arrapahocs and ten of Cheyennes,
under Hlack Coat, pas-ed about twenty
miles north ol that point to-day, en route
to Powder river, to hunt and remain nil
winter. Hlack ('oat came Into Fetter
man and professed the 1110-t peaceful in
tentions, llu reports forty lodges more
ofthe Arrapahocs at Pumpkin Hutte,
waiting to join him.
An iminensu prairie lire has been rag
lug since October HI lu the neighborhood
ol Captain Pollock's cam)), lu tho foot
hills north ol Laramie. He reports that
it commenced near the head of Heaver
creek, and burned entirely around Ills
camp, depriving him ol all chance to cut
hay or graze. Hotli sides ot tho road
clear Into Fort Laramie are burned oil',
as Is the road to Ited Cloud. As far as
Hulfalo Gap It is still burning, going lu
thu direction of Spring Castle. Captain
Pollock brought Into Foil Laramie sev
enteen unauthorized persons found in tho
hills. Lieutenant Delaney brought hi
ten more yesterday.
I'l'iiliiilillily Unit the llei-i'lici- Sitiiuilal
Will lie llri.'l.
Ma bu-lnei UHctiug ot the I'lviuouth
church, Hrooklyn, last week, llie names
of Deacon West and .Mrs. M011II011 were
dropped from thu roll ol membership,
on tiiu ground of continued ali-cnee
from the services of the church. Deacon
West was not present, but Mr.-. Mottlton,
was. accompanied by her couu.-cl, Wogcr
A. Pryor, who read a protest signed by
.Mrs. Moulton and which closed a-, fol
My absence Is an enloieed one, and
is caused by Ihe ciiuie of adultery com
mitted hy Henry Ward lleechci', pastor
of Mils church, with one of his parishion
ers, wlilcli 1 Know to bu a Met tbiougli
Mr. lleecher s confessions to me, and
through confession-of Mrs. Tllton, and
lliroii'n coucill-ivu evidence 01 tiiot'i-lmc
froni ' other sources. I appear before
this church in lojnl oMhcncc lothu sum
mons which I have iccclvcd.aud I hereby
declare my disposition and ile-lro to dis
charge all thu duties devolving 011 111c as
a member tuai are eoiisisieui witu my
knowledge of the adultery of thu pastor
and ids tabu sweating Willi regard to
The New York and Hrooklyn Associa
tion of Congregational Minister.-, lias
taken aetloii, it is alleged, which will cer
taliilv revive thu Heeeher scandal. A com
milteo of Its members has been appolnti-d
nnd Instructed to rcpoit, idler a cariul
examination ol tliu charges, whether the
association ought to retain Mr. Hccclier
iu membership. It was said last eveuhie
that Mr. Heeeher would withdraw Irom
the association rather than submit to an
A New Caiiitlilnli'.
I From Ilia lKlrult fice l'reas.
At midnight Tuesday night, after hear
ing lU'i returns Irom all the wards, an
old .Dotrolter went home. Ho acciden
tally fell down on tho front steps, and
when his wife opened tho front door she
could hardly get him Into the house,
"Oh ! that ' I should live to see you
drunk !" shu walled.
".all right, daiilng-'zall right-!
own right up !" ho replied.
"How could you?" sh sobbed.
"I didn't mean to. Mary," ho solemnly
replied; "hut whez 1 heard Martin Van
Htiren was 'lected hy clean two tliouzeu
majority J Juz got perfectly reckless !"
. Moxihy Kvr.xixn, I
November, 1875. f
I'he weather has been Inlhl and pleas
ant for the last three days a little sharp
and frosty at night, hut the days sunny
l'.tislucss remains without change.
There I- very little activity displayed in
anything, and leading articles arc, as a
rule, dull, and the market unsatisfactory.
Slocks of all kinds are lu excess of Ihe
demand. Flour l largely overstocked
and very dull. Prices are unchanged, for
they could not go lower without sacri
ficing shippers. Hay is overstocked and
storage room all taken up; n lew ears ol
choice timothy llud sale to till orders, but
the supply appears to be ample. Corn is
very (I11II--110 buyers lu the market : sell
ers were willing to shade to-day. O.tt
are plenty and quiet. City meal l quoted
$2.7."i on orders ; country steam dried
sold to-day at S-'.o.". The supply of but
ter Is too large for the demand. Kggs
are not so plenty, and Iind ready side at
'JOc. The poultry maikel lglutt"d. The
demand for choice apples is UMdy. but
common are neglected.
jjaTOur friends should bear iu mind
that the prices hero given are usually for
sales from llrst hands iu round lots. In
lllllng orders and for broken lots It Is nec
cs-ary lo charge 1111 advance over those
The market rules heavy and dull
l'ransactlons have been light since oil
lat report, and receipts large. Stocks
arc heavy. We note sales ol ."00 hbls on
orders. SI r.07 ; 100 bUN, SI 'jr7 '!: ;
(100 bbls, city, SI .10(.(,7 ..,); 100 hbls low-
grade, from store, !?;t Kt ; '1W bbls on
orders, SI 7.7 15.
11 A V
Dull and overstocked. There Is very J
lilllu demand for choice, and none at all ;
for common. We note sales of 1 car good I
timothy, delivered, $10; 2 eats mixed, 1
delivered, SIS 50; 2 ears mixed, deliv
ered, Sill; 1 ear choice mixed, delivered,
Tho market Is flat. Dealers were will-'
lug to shade prices to ellect sales to-day.
We note transactions a follows : 1 ear
hulk white 011 track. 50e ; 'J cars white In
sacks delivered, 5c; 1 car yellow hi bulk
on track, -Lie.
The mai Lot Is 11 little ovsr.stoeked, and
demand light. We note sales ol II cars
Southern Illinois lu bulk on track, XI: ; 1
car Galena iu bulk 011 track, :tSe; I ear
Southern Illinois hi sacks delivered, It5c ;
1 car Southern Illinois iu sacks delivered,
li'c; 1 ear Galena lu bulk 011 tr.ij!;, :irje ;
2 cars Southern Illinois iu sacks deliv
ered, :i7e; I car Northern white iu sacks
Nothing doing. Plenty tillering but
there is no demand. Silus reported were
1 car in sacks on track $Ui M.
This branch of tho market Is entirely
Mat, no demand at nil. City steam dried
is quoted 011 orders at S2 75. We note
sales ot 10!) barrels country steam dried
There is a fair supply ollcringand only
a light demand for It. We note sales of
500 pounds choice Northern, 2Se ; 10 tubs
choice Northern, 27e ; 150 pounds choice
Northern In small packages, 2se; 100
Mounds choice Northern roll, 2(!c; 50
pounds choice Northern roll, 25c; 200
pounds common Southern llliuoi-, 20c.
The demand is improving and supply
limited ; receipts have been light for a
day or two, and ollerings llud ready sale
at 20c. Sales were 100 dozen stained, 18c;
150 dozen fresh, 20c; 233 dozen fresh, 20?.
The market N glutted. There Is no dc.
maud except for thu city trade, and that
Is light. Wo note e;des ot 1 coop largo
liens, 5-.I : dozen mixed, !? u; , coops
LYNGH Sc HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and :t,0tJ acres of
unimproved Lands iu Alexander county.
"Winter's Hloek" and "Winter's
A lingo number of desirable llel
denees, nnd excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business hon-es and residences.
l-'OIi It ISN'T.
Hu-lness house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro, 'oil
man X Co.
Winter's Hlook- suitable Tor Hotel,
Olllces or I5ulnes rooms cheap,
Tenements numbered -1, 7, 8 and U, In
Winter's l!ow, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 ."-07 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms.
--Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied ly A. Ilalley.
A desirable Cottage on Poplar
street, near Thirteenth street.
Fpper lloor of building next to Com
mercial (W.tverly) hotel.
Two small llou'-es west of Twenty
second street, near line, SI each per
Dwelling bouse 011 Twclltb, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
foi: i.lasisoi: sai.i:.
V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside llie limits. Also
a largo number of other Lots In dlllereiit
Lauds, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensibli
articles at nome, m the store, m th
shop and in the office. Every gooc
Housekeeper knows their value
and will not be without one. W
are selling them CHEAP to suittht
Call and examine, whether voi
wish to purchase or not.
IS THE PLACE.
Without IncoiivriuiiH-c, ul your Iioiikj. Anli-
(liitc Mill free to uuy kiIiIiumi on uti-ipl of one
V II. lIUUItAltll, M 11.
Muniicr SI. I.otllt Im-brintc llul.li..
unicc-llll i.hu-Mmt, St 1'iillt
Opium or Morphino Eaters !
Ciui-i "lilinut ikiiii or liiojiivciilnicv, iiMour
liume In Unlays. Medlcinm for llrst llirt-c wttJ.-'
tnutjm-nt Bdit n it to uny mMic. on mtij't'-l
ilKMl.dliir.'. -uilt-iiiiioiiiit iiiaI il.iilr.
AU'lrv-. I'. II. lit llllAltl), M I)
M iir.iirvr si l.uilis Ini.-brl.iti- llnsjillul.
OiU.v till oliu stuit, st. Ixail.-lo-l.-lf
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for yoniifr mei. from tin
0 licet of Krror anil Abuses In early life.
.Manhood restored, luipi (llnii-nis to Mar
riage removed. New method of triiit
nicut. New nnd reumrk.-ilili- rcinedie.s.
Hooks and Circulars sent lice, in sealed
envelopes. Address Howard i--ocia
lion, lit) N. Ninth street. I'hiladelphla,
I'a. an hi-titutioii liavlntr a high repu
tation for honorable (oiiduct and profes
sional skill. S-'J.i!(t:iin
J. BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought
an Immense Stock of
Tho market U overstocked and dull.
Sales were :i coops, s . (j (i0t.1( ,y.
Choice are In 'ood demand. Common
and mixed aro plenty and hard lo wll.
S.dc3 were u'J barrels choice and ioIncI,
.2 f0(:J; tiJ barreh choice, $!l ,.J; ;J
barrels mixed, s-2 ."(:t ; '() barrels ume
mps, fj'j ,",0.
Not much doing. Wo note sales of 50
barrels peach blown, SI r0; 1 car north
ern peach blows in bulk on track, 10c
per bushel ; 1 car northern peach blows
lu sack on track, 10c.
Oil AM! KS.
I'leuty iu inaiket nnd .small demand.
We note sales ol 10 barrels' according to
condition .5 00.
.Von lliiilicr.Mioji .ilici.
I would respectfully inform Ihecitlens
of Cairo that I have opened a hai'lcrihop
on Ulilo I.cvcc, above Kighth street, and
have established tho following as my
prices: Cutting hair, 'Joe ; shampooing,
'.Wc ; shaving, 10c. will hold to these
prices for ouo month, as an experiment.
Caiiio, Nov. , lt7,.
'I'he tl nil of Parker & Cunningham Is
thU day dissolved by mutual consent.
Klther paityls authorized to use llie
name ol the firm iu settlement of old
account. Dv.is T. Paiikuii,
Ji. 11. CL'.NNI.S(!II..M,
Fall h Winter Dry-Good:
- COMriUSINQ ALL TI1E
M0YELTIES OF THE SEA80
WHICH THEY OFFER AT
AND WniCII HAS CAUSED THE
Livo Aycnts Wanted
To sell Dr. Cliiisi-'-. I,'iclps ; or Infor
mation for Kvcrj hotly, lu every county
In (he I'liitetl .states nnd Canada. Ku
larged by the publisher to IMS pages. It
contains over -000 household iei-ipt-.and
is suited to all classt.'.s and conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a lituwc
holt, necessity. It sells at sight, dn.it
est Inducements ever ollercd to book
agents. Sample copies sent by mail.
Postpaid, for K.cluive ten bury
given. Agents more than double their
money. Aiidres Dr. Chase's Steam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
I'ur It cm iii- Lease.
It h tho desire of Mr. Kduinnd lluefuer
to icll or lease the l'lanter.s' IIoue lor
one year. This U one of the best paying
establishment in Cairo, and Is furnished
wltli the lluest and bet acecoininoda
lions. Por terms, apply to Kdinuud
lluefuer, at the Planter' House, Cairo,
Illinois. 1 1-2-1 w
Kflttl ! It( lid t
Look at the.se prices. otlVredliyO. I lay
thorn & Co., for 10 day. Wr. mua.v ill s
ISoyn'now style Alexia tie- $ 1 !MJ
" (Jood Winter Itoot.s 2 00
' Custnin-inatlo Call Itoot.s,... 3 "
Youths' Good Calf Hoots: 'J 00
Men's. Ciistoin-niadoCalf Hootn... o 00
1100 ea-e.s Hoots ami hhoes at nitouMi-
lugly low pilces wholesale and retail.
U. IIavtiioun A Co.,
101 Commercial Avenue,
10-:!)-10t. Cairo, Illinois.
Dyas T. Parker it Co. will still con
tinue Die business as bucecssors to the
old firm. Oltleo, 77 Ohio l.cvee; ware
house, Twenty-elglith street and Ohio
Cairo, III., Nov. 5, ISM. - ll-ti-tf
t'oiujTresscil Veilsl ollee.
I have tills1 day secured the sole agency
for tho Fide of (Sail, I'lelselunaii it
Company's compressed yeast, either
wholesele or retail. Dealers; can
ho fliipplled at any and all
times by calling on me. This is die only
yeast of the kind hi market that Is, gen
uine. W. I,. Hristol, IU Eighth street.
'alio, UK, Oct. '.'5, lS7o. 10 m.
I hereby notify the liu-lnes-is men of
Ibis city, and public at large, that I s
not lio responsible for any debts con
tracted iu my nam", unless made by im
personally. Mits, a.nni: C'ljv.M .
New cottage, 0 rooms, corner Seventh
and Walnut Ucel, occupied at pres
ent by Mr. Whiter. Will bo vacant on
Monday, Nov. 1. Pent $JJ per month.
Apply on Seventh, .second door from
above houc. lO-IIO-tf
At the Huu.i;-ii.v bindery 18 iiunibers,
bound In two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; cost SI 1 ; for sale at $10.
'1 liU iit-mrnliMi U now nrlimulcdpil Id lu
iiicriiir lu till kiuiwii H'liii-ilii"! lur Die litiit
yyphillia in nil its Stngos, Sorofu
lous Ail'cotionH, Chronio Ul
cors, Enlurgcmont of tbo
i:icclnlH- In Syjilillilc ilUruspn, In wli!i:h It
Inn mimi; inany, win 11 k'heii up ; t .- t lioj.e by
i-mlninl ili.vsicliiiiii It U inllri-ly cgi'lnble.
.No cIiuiikc ol' diet Is 1 1-1(11 1 1 L-.1 mid inn In- liiki-n
ill nil coudltloim ol lliu syslcin with xulVty, iind
111 riiiiii'i'lloii with ntlicr liiullcliiM, ll'lliu i.i
M'nt tiiiuiv put tif tin- Pulled Stiitcs liyrx
pl'ivsH. I'i' from tiliscrwitloii,
N II. Mimiile'liuekiiKii bi-iittiiuiiy lull of tint
I'lllti-il Stuli-i, till riTi-liil ill 0k:, Aililii'.ss
WJ Nurlh Sl.Vtll tlvt, (!t l.ouii iln
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BIIAN NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
COAL ! COAL! COAL!
BIG MUDDY (Mount Carbon Coal.)
Tho Cairo &: St. Loitin Trnnsfcr & Coal Compauy i.t ow propnrod t
1111 orders lor Wood nnd Coal. Delivered to nny pur of tho City, u
tho Lowest Cnah Price. OFFICE AND YAIll) tit tho Cniro & St
Louia Narrow Guuijo Depot. j
Wood, 4 foot, per cord
"Wood, unwed, per cord
Wood, Hawed and split, per cortl
Coal, car load, pr tint
Coal, car load, Blncldton
Coal, cur load, oau-balf ton
5 J OO.
L'lii vo ordoiB at IF. M. Stockrteth', 02 Ohio Lovoo, nt tho CryBtat Saloon, come
Klxth Htruot and Commercial Avonuc, and at tho Company a Ofllce.
Ordorn Solicited unit Promptly Filled.
IF. M. WARD,
V TpAEBM0UsE r.rllOCO A. A
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.