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BEOUUT GO0IKTIK3
AflCA !.)? I.ODUi:, NO, M.
Knliflild of l'ytlilaii mi ! every I'rl
lay nlirlit nt liiiir-imt tuwn. in liilil
IVIIiiwh' Hull .!, II (idisnAS,
Juiiirellur CoiniiiHiiilfr.
.e-juj,. Ai.i:xAxiu:it i.oDi.1:, no. mi
tfifiXr Imlrwnilnit (inter if (fcM-Frl
-iSf low, imw ntrj '1 liurdtny rilKlit
f.Tir.- in imii-i!iin in meir nun on
tmmerclul uvimm, U-ltvifti elxlli mid Sernilli
. T. J. KriiTH, N. U.
' WHO KNf AMI'MI.NT, I. O. O. I. tiiwla
Vni)iM-lilliiw' Hull on tin- first nrnl tlilnl
j in iry month, ut ltult-Kil rr'ii.
Nil II. Oimiu.r, C. !'
, CAIK')I,Ul)OK, NO'.?17,A.r. A.M.
"'ilil nplilnr viimiliuiiliilion lni.
i """" ""ll, 'oiw r CtiiiinitirciMl nMiu)
v 'mi'l Kiflitli tirrt, nn Hie second unit
iirm .inmii.iy iii men mourn.
LOCAL NOTICES.
'liir(riillt HImtn."
TliU Is a now style of plcuire now lx
iriK produced liy Win. Winter, tin urtlst,
ol thl city. 'J'lii'K' pictures ore creating
Mticli inter" -t In till tin- principal Kastcru
unil Western titles, being altogether new.
They are unlike photographs, being
raiH'il and In aulifully enameled over the
entire guri n'r, ol't In tone, lint distinct In
the HghtH nml shade. No one who sees
them foils to admire tlii'in, or to glvo the
artist nn ordT. Wo litive been shown n
number of pictures of well-known ladles
itiid getith nn n .f the city, and hac no
Ik illation in pronouncing them perfectly
ijili ndld. i- would therefore iuhie nil
who Uki- liitcict In Mich matter or tie
Mr i jilctM' S t iiall upon Mr. Whiter nt
his gnlh ry and examine hi work In this
m w branch ofthe shadow-capturing nrU
o-i i-tr
Silvery body should call on Ilotibron A
Viiil and examine tliclrfall stock of) adki
nnd mlstcs cloak, Just rwiivod from
New ork, before going elsewhere. As
we make n M cinlty of these goods, we
can offer Inducement.
Ilmuiuox A Wei i..
( ISU'DIN (Il'lllllll.
IVmoiis havingi interns needing pump
ing out atnl repast log can have It done
promptly ni. lat price to suit the time,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I havf .t iii iii and pump employed nil ibe
Unit for b'- iiiiksc. 9-VHf.
Sriv Wrtl nhl.
Ja 'ob N i'.ii-T "I'd Chris Anthii, two
ol f.'ir w U-ki. wn bulchcis haw iuo
tlatt' 1 t",.' t'" r and undir the firm linuie
of .I.T-'b W.ilt'-: - X Co. have opi'tMHl a
meat niarkt t r.n the north Wc of ICixlith
ftrcct, in Phil Howartls old Maud. ThU
w ill be a llM-clan mark. t In every re
pect, as the names ol tho proprietor
Kiiaranttc a market wluru tho cboi-jcst
ot cut ineatf, steak", rowis of licaf, mut
ton, pork and veiilwi ; tojfether with
saujasc, bar'on, etc., will lw iened ottt
to cutoiiierf in a nea: and satisfactory
manner. All their old friend or new ac
ijtiaintanew are invited to call and kg
them. 10-30-tf
Wnnt-it
Kver body to know that the plauo to get
A tmootli ihatc,
A (,ood (ii.itnpoo,
A fashionable lialr-eut,
Or an tiling in tint Hue,
la at till) GltANII CKhTKAI. 15aiikk--nor,
corner Kilitli nntl Commerolal.
U-S-tf J. (iKuimi: UTiiiNiiouaa.
Itriiint l.
A. Il .lky lias removed to hli new
Ftorc room, 110 Coiniuereial avenue, op
polto Wli.t. -'s lllock, and next door to
tin Arab engine hotue, where ho will bo
1 'ta 1 to fee all ids old eii-tumera and
i i many mw onw. 9-30-tf
t nilerwrnr 1 I'mleru ear t
I vk ai.d children'' uudurware, mc
iii m well as iiukUji can be found
'h ipcrand better at llellbron it Well's
tlriii .i.y wherein the cltj. A good me
ilno mi ll r-blrt and dra-ven for boys
only I Jci nts; a 'ood ineriao vest and
pnnts for la lies only $1,
.N oiler ol' ItrliluVHl
t. Ivo'h h.n removed bin boot and
shoe :hop from tho old utaud to hitj
new brick blllldln (one bleVl)elow),
No. 00 Commercial avenue, between
I Iltli and Sixth Greets where he will
kei p tlie hot lu nie made and bt. I.oul
eii.-lnin main bootn mid thoes made of
the iK'it ii'.nteriid ; ".'ootl tvorkniiiuship
and lu tho latest Mykv. All onlerii
jiromptly attended to. O-Slt-tt.
A Xo. 1 I.uiinitr'.
It Is now coiv edoil that Mr. Colcnmn,
tho latuulrt'ss, No. 11 Fourth htrnet, be
tw ecu Wasliln'ton it Uuiiiuierclul avenues
ha" ono ot tlio brt conducted laundry ii
tablbhments in tho city, and lsmllorda ot
hotel and hoarding Uoiuct will II ml It to
their advantage to call upon her.
Her pi Ices are ns lollowi : Hotel and
bounllno'-liou o waklilng, "5 centfi per
dozen. Koi plcco work prices arc
no follow: SIiikIo cliirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen SOc; focks 6c; two col
Inrs, 5c; two hnnilkerchlels, fie; voUo UOc;
und all eontlenien'i) wear, 6Qo. per
dozen. Ladled drese, iW to We;
skirts 10 ti 20c; drawera 10 to 15c; two
pair hof e fie; two cnllarn 6 to 10c. Tor la
dies' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la
illcrt lino clothes, $1 25 per iloeu; dono
tlratuptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage hollettcd. S-'JMm
A l'luo Slock.
Win. Khlcrs desires to Inform his pat
rons and tho public generally, that ho has
now on blind a larjfo stock of French mul
Oerm.in Cnlf, Kip mid .Morocco, nnd Is
prepared to manufacture, lor stoio and
olllett wear, tho llne.it or .Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots ; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands ahovo anything ever
oil'ered ill this market. Ills Lasts are of
the latest styles, und ho can guarantee a
lit and putlsliitlon to all his patrons.
o-3-tr.
A Jooil IMiico to liny,
A. Unlluy's now store is certainly ouu
of tho host arranged of tho kind to bu
found lu tho city, and what is better, ho
has so arranged his price.! that many nru
taking advantage of tint opportunity ot
I'erod to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheaper
than ever known hi Cairo. Call on 1 1 al
ley, 115 Commercial uvenue, next door to
tho Arab englno hou-:e. O-'JO-tf.
.. i
I.OTIIIMJ.
Walder's Olotliing
SPLENDID HEV7 STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
GLOTHINC
Ha.tM, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
IKJf. WALDER la
I lnrffo anil Hplomthl ntook
oi Kooii,
nnu in clutormlnail to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
IN CAIRO.
Ka U reaolvad to arlva tha rrr baat
KOoda for tha vwry low rat iirloaa. Oall
und ttao ftor yourMlTai.
Cornor Sixth Btrealand Ohio
Z.BVOO.
i-r-ir.
tie Juliet in.
'ITEHDAY, XOVKMltKR 197.
I'or (lie tVeeh!)' IttillMtln,
Pcraotu wIhIiIiib adrcrtlMimmiU or lo
cal notices liiMited in the Weekly Ui li.r
tik, nhoiihl hnnd In the copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
;'iifrnt Ilttma.
.1. II. Omaek. of New York, waa
quartered at the St. 'Jhnrifa yesUrdaj'.
'i'lio public ichooli resumed opera,
'.ion; aaln yesterday monilng.
Iti'tnembcr the lecture by Dr. Smith
tliU evening at the Presbrtcrlaii ohurch.
11. W. Taylor and wife, ol Cincinnati,
Ohio, were nt the 3t. Unnrles ycatcr
day. Harrv Kobluaon'a mlnntrel tronpc,
wu are told, will pay Cairo a vlalt on
or about Christnuu. ,
Kxchange for tale on all lh prlncl
pal elite of Kurope at Knterprlne Havings
Kank. ll-PHm.
Abraham Duflers, an Amsterdam
nobleman, wus at the St. Ciiarles Hotel
yesterdoy.
'I'he subject of the Rev. Mr. uilbcrt's
arrmon for next Sunday night, will be
"'I'he Younjr American."
C. 1). Arter oflert hht residence, on
Seventh street, for sale cheap. Term
liberal. 11 Sl-30t.
-Mr. W. H. Thompson left this oltr
Sunday afternoon on board the steamer
Idlewlld, for Cincinnati, Ohio.
t'riMrti Hntllninro ahl! OJ-lera nt
Ilia IManteiH Houic. 1I-2VK
C. VT. Kx.y, with the UUlppl
'alley Transportation company, la at tho
.St. ChRfle.
-The only place in tho city to get
teal bargains In the boot and ho line
1) nt A. Htaek'a shoe store. 1 1-27-1 w
IMltes', incn' ami children's but
toned, side laced ami polish shoes of the
latest stylos In all qualities at A. Black's.
11-27-1 w
'i'he steamer City of Vicksbury, has
been laid up at the wharf and Captain
I'lley Is spending Ids vacation with bis
family In this city.
The AleiHtitlrr County Jtnnk !!
iflimiSii on nil the principal rttlri of
I.Hriip, nml nllviia to th (lletlii
orrtaims Mint estate, eaueclHlllr lu
IKiDMUijr. ll-Sl-liu.
Hoii.lt. A. Hatclicr, member of con
gress from New JladrJd, .Missouri, was
at the St. Charlce yesterday, lie is ou
Ids way to Washington.
A. Hlnck is offering great bargains
in ladies', misses' and children's shoes,
lie lias the largest and finest stork in tho
city. 11-27-lw
-Tho Taylor Literary Society is talk
ing up a grand banquet, to take placo on
the lirst autilreraary of tho ortfauization
of the Institution. It Is to b quite an ex
tensive all'nlr.
For iiu'iiV and boy underwear, also
men's and lioys' hats and caps, Hell-
bron A Weil's is the cheapest place in the
city. A ifood inciino suit for 75 cents.
W. II. llobatts, ono of tho editors
and also part owner of tho Now Orleans
Timet, was lu the city yesterday. Ho wa
on ids way to Washington, where lie will
act as eonepoiidcut lor his paper.
rresti Ilnllliiiore shell o.v,ter nt
tin: iMiiotri-.' IIoiimo. ll.3H.ll
The KxecUtor patent boots aio tho
nio-t stylMi and neatly llttlug in the
inni kef ami sold only rt A. Hlack's.
11-27-lw
Itetneinber Dr. Smith's lecture at Hie
Presbyterian church this evening. Ills
subject will be "Prc-IlUtoric .Man," and
much knowledge Is awaiting tliODu who
listen to him.
Mrs. C. Jlel.t an will sell every arti
cle of hosiery and ladles' and ohildiim's
underwear tho has in stock, at less than
cost from now until the llrt of January,
as she Is determined toeloiu thum all out
before the new year. Ut.
Mr. A. li. Safford and lady, who bavo
boon spending tho past live days with the
family of Major Morrill, of the Cairo und
Vhicennes railroad, in Kvansville, it
turned homo hut night.
Hoys' call and kip boots of every
quality, nt very low pilces, at A. Hlack's.
Do not fall to give liltu a call. It will
fullv eonipqiisato you. nov27-lw
Tho lecture ami entertainment to l.o
given by illss Thompson and u nuuibur
of her pupils, for tho beuellt of tlio Li
brary Association, couio oil' on tho sixtli
ot next mouth, next Tuesday night.
Tlio funeral of Captain. Dyns T.
Pai ker will take pUco this morning at 10
o'clock. Tho funeral services will take
phuo lu tho Unlsconal church, after
which tho remains will he taken to Reach
Orovo cemetery for Interment.
Just received another now supply of
those cheap boys' clothlngautl overcoats.
As this Is a leading nrlldo with us. wo
mean to undersell tho cheapest lu the
cl y. Ili.iMiito.N it Wr.it..
Wo neglected to statu lu thu Hem pub
lished Sunday In regard In the Odd-Fi I-
lows' grand suppi r iiml ball, to be glon
on 1't 7f'i of imxi uttFtith, ttrac beiore the
snpp i , theto will Im a piiblto itrstallaflon
of i . doers, which Is to be hwdo the prin
cipal featuro ol the eyent.
Tho best black alpacas from 20 centi
to $1 also black caxslmera for 90 cents.
Empress cloth in all colors for &0 cents,
and tlio newest woolen plnlds for 80
cents, can always be found nt Ih ilhron &
Well's, If i nml 144 Commercial avenue.
Tiic sudden death ot Cnptalu Dyns
T. Parker, w ho was regarded as on a ol
our most worthy and substantial business
man, and who wna honored ami beloved
by all who knew him, tins spread a feel
ing of sorrow and regret throughout the
city.
'rch IlnKimiii'c nhtll oyafers nt
the PlHtiiera' itune. n-an-ir
A Rlack gttaranteca w, ry pair of his
custom-made boots nnd sh i-s, and actu
ally exchanges a new pair for any that
may rip or on int. This Is a (act that
should he noted by every perron, espe
cially by ihoso victims of shoddy goods
made in Imitation of custom work.
nov27-lw
At the lecture by Dr. Smith, In the
Presbyterian church tills evening. Mrs.
W. P. llalllday and Miss Annie Pltrher,
two of the finest singers In our dry, will
favor the audience with a beautiful duet.
Miss Pitcher will also sing a solo. Mils
lClla Itohblus will preside at the. organ
w ith hrr usual high degree of excellence.
If you want an economical Iieallng
stove for wood and ono of the bandsom-
st stoves In the market, with illumina
ted front, buy tho Improved Uviuing
Star which took the bluo ribbon at St.
IjOuU Fair last October, over nil others
on exhibition. For sale by C. W. Hen
derson, 104 Commercial avenue, Cairo.
Illinois. ll-88.d.lin
The most economical wear In flue
shoes for ladies, misses and children are
thocc elegantly made extension sole shoes
at A. Rlack's. He hasa full line of them,
and charges no extra price. They are
therefore within the reach of everyone,
and every one should wear no other kind
of shoes, especially In the winter season.
Remember they -are sold only by A.
mack, at the City Shoe Store.
11-37-1 w.
The accommodation train which has
run for the pat two months, over tho St.
Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern rail
road, from this city to Charleston. Mo.,
was taken off the road Saturday. Pas-
rngcrs Irom this city for Charleston will
be carried on the freight, which leaves
the station at 8:30 o'clock, every other
morning.
The Revolution as a base burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no puff
ing from the subscriber and It never pads
(smoke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty It cannot be excelled. Call at
my store where I have one in constant
use and I shall be happy to explain its
good working qualities, and I will also
take pleasure In referring to many par
ties who have it in use, and who pro
nounce it superior to any stoe they have
ever used. C. "W. Hkxdkuson.
174 Commercial avenue. Cairo, 111.
n-as-dim
A series of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library In Cairo, will he held alter
nately at tho Presbyterian, Methodist and
CurUtaln churches. The following la
dles and gentlemen liavo kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
" 29, Dr. Win. K. Smith.
Dec. 0, MUs Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Win. U. Green.
" .21, Mrs. Q.O. Alvord.
O. C. E. Goas. Sec'y.
Hy order of Executive Committee.
After the ladies and gcutluuien who
took part lu the play ot Led Astray, at
tho Athcttauin on Saturday night hail
crowned themselves with glory, at the
solicitation of Mrs. Dr. Wardncr. tlitv all
repaired to her homo where they par
took of n most delicious repast of oysters
and other most palatable delicacies.
After ail hadsaUsllcd their apiKitites, and
were about to take their leavo of the hos
pitable hostess, Mr. Thompson, who bat,
through gentlemanly conduct, and
wltinlug manners, gained the friendship
of all with whom he came in contact.
arose and said : "Ladies and gentlemen,
as I am about to go from amoug you, I
will toko this opportunity of thanking
you, tor the kindness wttli which you
have aided mo In my misfortune. I may
never see you again, but rest assured,
that wlisrever 1 may bo, tho recollection
of your kindness will over be pleasant to
me. I hope that you may never have
cause to regret yourgooduesB toward me,
and should I over meet any of you again.
I liojte it may bo where I eu reciprocate
tho favors your have shown me." Mr.
Thompson was thou warmly shaken by
the hnnd by each lady and gentleman,
und took ids departure.
f.'oreertlou.
Mn. Km rois Your Sunday morning
paper states that E. V. Wilson is to lec
ture in Liberal hall, December
0th, lOtli and 20th. Please eorreet by
stating that it Is December 5th, 12th, 19th
and 'iiitli, lu tho morning of each Sunday
at 11 o'clock, and in the ovsnlng nt7:30
o'clock.
November 80th, 1870.
Notice.
Wo will pay no billu contracted by any
cmployu of Tim Hui.i.ki'in, unless tho
same Is made oiinwiltton order signed
hy thu president or secretary of thu com
pany, and wo will accept no orders given
by mi employe of tlio company, for any
purpose whatsoever.
Cairo Rri.Lirnx Coju'anv.
November It). 187.1. tt
Kvcryttiiiigr fur t'lillilrcn !
llellbron it Well can do better hi tho
lino of children's dresses, christening
robes, zephyr bounuts and cups, merino
French bonnets and caps, coney bonnets
and caps ; alnu a lull mid complete lliieot
children's merino ami waterproof cloaks
than any onu else tills ldo ol Chicago ;
and by examining these goods, avu con
vince you that we mean what wo say, as
dur nioito ! small proht and nulck sides.
IIi'.iuiuov cl Wr.ii-
WAXE UP.
A rw Wats tii tho I'SOjilA Assnt
rrvteetivn Trout sue s! Sliver.
When Ocn, Simpson was hero lie said
to our people : "1 will give yon nil the
protection I can ; I will do what is in my
power to save your loveo t but so far as
permanent protection is concerned, lor
that you must look to Congress I will
repoi t facts, and recommend an ippro
priatlon; and you must use what lu
fiiipnco you have to bring tho justice of
your claims to the attention ol the
representatives of the people.'
Well, what have wc done? Has any
body made a movement to act upon the
suggestions of tlie Qcncral r Do our peo
ple know what they want? If they do,
hav they made up their minds- to ask for
it? If they hare, when do they propore
to do so?
Now, we do not wish to Indulge In
many conumdrnms ot this kind, but It is
necessary that somebody should move in
this matter, nnd wo are anxious to know
who that somebody is. Shall it Ikj Mayor
Winter? He has not been idle, mid neither
has his council. They have done all t hev
oan do. Shall wo wait until Colcnel Tay
lor ami Captain Hallidny move ? Mirt we
depend upon them to lead in everything?
i.an noDody get up and walk about
with a llttlo energy, unless the Colonel
and Captain are ahead of him? This!
the people' matter, ami should be attend
oil U) Imp th iieppJo. Thar should meet
ami determine wnat rmgm to mr
done, nnd do tt. Delay will not do un
der the circumstance. Prompt action Is
rcfpiiwi.
We believe a public meeting should be
held n big poblic inching; that it should
determine upon a lino of actiou, and pro
vide tho way. and means of following it
to the end. Of course, an appropriation
will not go through Congress
unless it is led a little, nnd
if we Cairo people don't look
after this proposed appropriation, who
will? Certainly, other people, not as
much interested in this matter as wc are,
will not stir if we remain quiet. Wo
therefore believe that our people ought
to send two or three persons to Wash
ingtonMayor Winter. Capt. llalllday
and Col. Taylor would bo the best that
could be selected for the purpose of
looking after our Interest in this matter,
and doing what may properly be
dono to secure an appropriation for the
purpose of Improving the Mississippi
river at this point, and thus IttrnUhing to
our city Incidental protection from tlie
encroachment of the currents ot that
rather wayward stream.
osmrAa-Y.
bid, At bis home in Mils city, at o'clock
8mUr owning, i.ie.Un DyanT. Tatker, aged
flAy year.
In the death of Captain Parker, our
city has sustained a great lots, lie was
one of the most honored and respected
eKiens, and was known to all.
Captain 1'arkcr was born in ISrown
ounty, Ohio, In September. 1820. .Soon
after his birth, his parents removed to
the town of Maysville, Kentucky, whera
they remained until he was fourteen
year sold, when the family again changed
their home to Ripley, Ohio. Wlicii Cap
tain Parker had gained a suitable ago for
transacting business, he entered the dry
goods business, In which he remained
uutil the year 1319, when tho whole
oountry was thrown into great excite
ment over tho discovery of gold in Cali
fornia ; he sold out his business,
nnd with a party ol friends, went to that
State in search of a fortune. He remained
in California nbiut one year, re
turned to Ripley, and again went into
the dry goods business, in lt52, he was
married to MUs Josephine Peters, of that
place, and in 1853, he again sold out his
ouslncss and moved to Salem, Illinois,
where he lived eight years, when became
to Cairo, and entered tlio commission bus
inc. Hlnoo that time he liui been asao
etateil in this branch ot trade w ith several
ot the most prominent business men of
our city, amnujr whom are Mr. John li.
Phlllls, IL Miller and li. R. Cuiiningiwui.
I Io was a prominent member of the Cham
ber of Commerce of this ulty. and bus
been lor years a member of tho Execu
tive Committee of the State Hoard of Ag
riculture. Atthetimo of ids death, Mr. Parker
was associated with no one in business,
having dissolved by mutual consent with
R. II. Cunningham aboufthe first of this
month. On the 27th of last month Mr.
Parker was murrled to Mrs. S. II. llalll
day, of this city,
11U business relations have been of the
most upright and honorable character;
his death 1 mourned by the entire
community, and has cast a gloom
over the people that will not soon lift
Itself from their hearts.
His fiin.unl will tako place this morn
ing nt 10 o'clock. Tho funeral sorvlces
will bo held In tho Episcopal church,
nnd will bo conducted by thu Rev, Mr.
tlllbert. Tho remains will be taken to
Reach Grove cemetery by sjieolal train,
where they will bo interred. Tho fmieral
will bo conducted by Alexander Lodge
or I. O. O. F of wiiloh order Mr. Par
ker was a member.
Caii
io Chmbi:u okCommbiicr, 1
Jaiiio, 1i.i, Nov. 20, 1875. )
At a nieotingof tho Chamber of Coin
incree, merchants nnd biulucss men of
thu eltv of Cairo, ealli 'l for tho Duronsi)
of taking action rc!atie totho HKldendc
ceaso ot dipt. Dyas T. Parker, Into coin
mission merchant und a prominent mem
ber of thu Hoard of Trade, a committee
ot live was appointed by the president to
draft resolutions expressive of tho senti
ments of nil present. .Messrs. '., 1).
Mathtis. S. P. Ayois, William Linker,
Peter Cuhl and Charles Cuunlnjfli.ini
were appointed on said committee, and
reported as follows :
J:,'soh(il, That whereas It has pleased
Almighty tlod to remove liom our pres
ence, our esteemed friend and fellow cit
izen Dyiu T. Parker; therefore
linotvtd. That we, tho merchants and
huMuess men, dcslro to express our pro
roundest sorrow at bi t sudden death, and
lender our nyinpathlc to tha family of
tho deceased In their sad bereavement.
lUtnlord. That we attend the funeral hi
a body on to-morrow (Tuesday) morning
attkliOo'cloili.
II noh !, That wo caiHO a copy ot the-e
rc-oliitloiH to be puuiM'eti ut ino uany
papers of Cairo, and tlml Jtfe secretary
sh r km v wr.-.-f icwrwran. Trc. -nr -4 , ,. q, i,.j..h, , jtMw am um,Jii,.J .ilhuu
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
to mind that
H H IE jli iy ft p
Is Once More in
Once More
tno
Slop Shop"
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of tho Best Style
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 (roods well mnrin
and sponged, only for sale -fits guaranteed, as we are already known for
such. Others light competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods made
?C?Lhnid0alc- f,cP your eyes open. Listen to no storiefthat
his Swn ' business P aS a VGry P01' morollant tliat canot defend
A trial in what we aakto tuateo cmsto'noi-H out ofvounll. Wodon'timkvnin.nmi.nnn,. t .
ulmiffhtv dollar
In tlio oity, at prioea
be Instructed to furnish
a copy Io the
family of the debased.
7 D. Jl.vntfs,
Wu. Linker,
ClIAS. Ot'.VNIWOHAM,
8. 1). Aykrs,
1'hii:b Cent.
Coinmlttee.
otod. that a committee nl Hvp. eoinlnt.
inir of Mcssr-i. K. C. ti. K. V. linvt.
.. I). Mnthus Vm. Llnkor nnd It. W.
illll'-r. Ihj appolnml to confer ritli the
Odd Fi'IIowh fur the niirnoso of nsKUtinir
in tnuklnirarrnniieinents for the Iiitiernr.
Voted to ndionrn until this mornlnif
N'ovemberilO. to meet nt the Into resident?
ofthn deceased at !):30 a.m., unless notlco
or a change of time lie ptrdishcd In the
morning pspers. F. M. fTE.itXi,
JK'C y ijairo Uhamiier ol uomineree. .
WOTICR.
The mi-ml)ers of the Chimber of Com
merce, and business men jftuerally ofthe
city, who purpose attemllig the funeral
oftAe late Dyas T. Parkcf, will meet at
0 o'clock, sharp, at tho resilience of the
deceased, liy order of
TlIK CfJMITTlIK.
1. O. O. V.
Tlie members of Alexander Lodge Xo.
221, 1.0. O. F., arc hereby nytltled to
appear at tho lodge room promptly at
3 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of attend
ing the funeral of our deceased Vrother,
Dyas T. Parker. Tho lodge will proceed
In a body from tlie lodge room to our
late brother's residence, at 8:30 a.m.,
promiKly. Visiting brothers cordially
invited to Join with us.
Hy order of thu Lodfrc.
Wai.. K. Hawkins, Sec'y.
COMMERCIAL.
Cairo, Ili... Monday Etknino. t
Xovember 2U, 1S75.
The weather cliangcd last nijrlit, or
rather this morning, after a night's rain,
hihI wo are now in the midst of the flrsl
really "cold snap" of tlie season. The
mercury sank lower and lower as the
afternoon passed away, and the ground
was freeing ft"t as night set lu. leu will
tor in lu the river to-night, and should
this state of the weather continue a lew
days It will materially atlect navigation
between here and ttt. Louis, but In no
other direction.
Tlie market is generally unchanged.
Flour is quoted heavy nnd dull; full
stocks and small demand. Hay, com
and oats arc unchanged ; tho first two
cry dull mid the last steady and linn.
Men I Is dull nnd prices tend downward.
I.raii ifiiletnt $10. Jiuttcr Is iu good do
iiiNiid nt till iirJeos. tigs aro "sry scarce
aiiil wanted. 'I'he demand for poultry
has fallen oil' slneo Tbnii!c;;lvhig ; only
dressed Is called for at all. Choice apples
arc In demand ; common plenty and dull.
Choice Penchblow potatoes tiro llrni and
in request ; price are advancing.
Kates to New Organs. 20c per hundred
weight; 10c dry barrel; lmv, $."; way
freight. 2o and ."Dc. Hy rail to Xuw Or
leans 22 and ICc.
THU HAUIvHT.
09 Our friends should bear lu mind
that tlio prices hero given aro usually for
lutes lrom tli'ot hniida In round lots. In
tilling onlers and for broken lots It is nec
essary to elmrge uu advance over tluifv
tigures."ifa
rr.ouu.
The market rules ipilct, dull and un
changed. Stocks are heavy and demand
light. Prices aro unchanged; wc note
sales of 300 bbls. on orders, $1 C07 ;
1500 bbls., $1(W;7; 000 bbls. city, $5(&S;
100 bbls. on orders, $r 10; 100 bbls. ou
orders, $i 7ftC 25; ir,0 bbls. round
lot, $5; 100 bbls. round lot, o 73; 100
bbls. on orders, $5 !3G7.
HAY.
Uucclpts are light, but stocks arc
ample. Tho demand is nlmost o.sclu
e1 ely lor the local Undo, ns Ihero is no
iiiQrglii for s'Kculatlon. Wu note sales
oI2onr8 mlxwl dellvcrod, $12; 2 oars
common delivered, 8U ; i ear strictly
choice delivered, 17; 2 cars choice ic
liverod, $10. ,
COILN, 1
The denitind is small, purely local and
for small lols. There U some Inquiry for
choice whlto and nonu hi market. We
note sales of 1 ear old mixed in bulk ou
track, 18c; 2 car new white In bulk ou
track, 10c.
OATS.
There has been n steady demand to
load Hut boats. Tha small supply keeps
juices steady and flrui. Wu note ii1im
follows. 2 cars strictly choice whlto lu
bulk on track, 4 le ; 2 cars sample mixed
In bulk on track, IKJ ; 700 sacks Northern
on nrdcrs'dcllvcred, I0(ij;ljc; 1 car South
ern lllinoU In suck dellierwl, il"je.
MIJAL.
Dull .rid weaker. Muppll1 are not
illy
iJiclcl to toil all Clothing Buyers that they
are still buying J
Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
old CuiroItOH ias wo have boon known hero lo 1 thoac Tmnuy' years -but to buvo vott tho
. The time i for paying for friondahlp is Rono. Our stock of Pino UudomoKoSst
loea to lift nil. Wo mnko wnr on higliiJncra. .AsUsiml, ' largest
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
i.-avMJ.-ij!j.ii-jgigaggaiu'aix.''3ra
; largo, but the demand Is small and prices ,
have ii downward tendency. Hales were
1 car choice country steam dried deliv
ered $2 l; 9m barrels steam dried, city
S2 60.
ItlSAN.
Quiet and steady at quotation'. Wc
note sales ol 300 sacks delivered SIC; 2
ears in sacks delivered $15.
HUTTKn.
The demand for choice continues ac
tive, nnd receipts are hardly Milllclcnt for
the wants of the market. Common Is
plenty nnd dull. Wo note sales of 100
pounds choice packed 2S30o; 100
pounds choice Northern roll 27c; 500
pounds choice Northern packed 27c ; 500
jtounds choke Northern roll 27c ; I!00
pounds choice Southern Illinois In jkiIIs
2.1c; 100 pounds cooking butter 10c; 0
packages choice Northern 272Sc; 1
packages clioieo Northern 2SQ20c ; 0
packages strictly choice Northern Mc.
FOGS.
Tlie dotnnnd Is active and receipts are
all taken on arrival. The market is en
tirely bare to-day. Hales were 100 dozen,
25c ; 300 dozen, 25c.
POULiitV.
Tho demand Is small and Is entirely for
turkeys, ducks and gcoio ; chickens are
neglected ; choice dressed ducks are
quoted $2 505, and dressed geese
$5)(5 per dozen. Live poultry U not
wanted.
Ciiickkxs Wu note sales of 10 dozen
dressed, S2 50.'J ; 10 doen live, $2 50
Turkeys Sales were lOOlbs dressed,
10c; aOOIbs dressed, 12ci l coop live,
$10 00.
APPLKS.
There are no choice apples In market,
for these the demand Is good at full
prix'-i. Common are not wanted. Wc
note sales of :!0 barrels mixed, Jtwyi 50;
100 barrels choice Michigan, 2,1 50; 25 bar
rels common, $22 50; 100 barrels Wlno
Ssps, 92 50; 50 barrels mixed and choice,
$2 25(5,1 50; 10 barrels Genlteus, $2.
OIIANtiKS.
Plenty and quiot; prices aro eay.
Sales were 30 barrels choice, SS.
DIMiSSl'.D MFAT.
There is a steady and Increasing dc
ninuil for dressed meat as the season ud-
vaneus. Saluh veportcd wcro 1500 pounds
dressed hogs, 77ie;lC00 pouuddrcs4cd
mutton, GCt.'c ; 500 pounds dressed veal,
GQjj'c, 1500 iioiimls dressed beef, lti,(!c.
POTATOHS.
Choice Northern IVachblow and I!ih
sets arc iu demand. Prices are firm and
advancing. Hales were 200 bushels North
ern Penchblow In bulk on track, 50o; 100
barrels Northern Penchblow delivered,
SI 50; 50 barrels Northern Penehlbow
delivered, $1 75.
OAP.l'.AGK.
The demand lias been good to load lint
bout's, and stocks are reduced. Sales
were 300 heads 0e.
GAM 12.
There Is a steady demand for every
thing but vonlson. Wo note sales of 20
dozen rabbits $1 50; 1 dozen wildducks
$2; 25 dozen quulli, $1 2."fol 50; 0 dozen
prahio chickens $3 50; deer (Ki)7e,
gross.
PROVISIONS.
Dry salt meats ate beginning to move,
and wo report salos of 27,000 pounds
green shoulders 7Je; 0,000 pounds green
clear sides 10c.
,V .Han Ituii 0 ec
To Cowiierthwtdt & Phillips to try those
Oold Hucklo cigar?.
Waterproors unit riiiimeli.
Wo oiler at reduced rates, best black
walerprool, at 00 cents.
Hkii.wuon it Wi:ii..
Chills CureJ.
Calico rciiiimiits nt 0 cents a yard.
llltll.llllO.V it Willi..
112 and 111 Commercial Avenue.
I'l'ONi'iil! J'resenII
Tho last ehnnce to get yourcallco dress
gratU by buying $7 worth of dry goods
at llellbron & Well's.
l'urs I l'ur:t t
Wo nro now ' prepared to oiler great
bargains In ladles' and children' furs of
nil atylut). Children's nets, iiiuirs nnd
boa, at only 91 " et.
Ifr.ii.iuto.N & Willi..
Millinery t .it lliitici;, t
The largest and best selected slock ot
Millinery can bo found nt Hellbron &
Well's at greatly reduced prices, consist
ing of lino flowers, wings, feat hew, velvet,
valour and ornaments. Special attention
Ii called to our lino of Orkh Furthers In
all cvlo,a, irom 1 to 57, the largest In
tb" market.
UN!
Flame and brings
RIVER HEWS.
J'ort I.lnt.
Aiir.ivi:i.
Steamer Jim Fink. Paducali.
" Ashland, New Orleans.
' St. Joseph, St. Louli.
" lied Cloud, Kvansvllle.
City ot Vle.ksburg, Vleksburg.
" J. I). Parker, Cincinnati.
" Louisville, New Orleans.
" Hello Memphis, St. Louis.
" Louisville Druiniiier.LouWvllIe.
" Idlewild, Kvansvllle.
" John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Andy Haum, Memphis.
Sn;ig-hoatS. II. Long, St. Louis.
F.S. Survey boat Uaton Itouge, Oldo.
Tow-boat Storm, St. Lonl.
" Coal Hill, St. Louis.
1KI'ATITKI.
Steamer Jim FNk, Paducali.
" Ashland, Cincinnati.
" St. Joseph, Memphis,
lied Cloud. Kvansvllle.
" Idlowhlld, Kvansvllle.
" J. D. Parker. Memphis.
" Louisville, Cincinnati.
' Hiile Memphis, Memphis.
" Andy Haiitn, Cincinnati.
" John F. Tollc, New Orleans
Tow-boat Coal Hill, St. Louis.
" James Gllniorc, St. Louis.
" John Gllmore, St. l.ools.
Propeller Alf. Stevens, Memphis.
Siing-boatS. H. Long, .Mound City.
IT. S. Survey Haton Kouge, New Orleans.
HtVKR, WTATllUU AND llUSI.MISS.
Tho river at dark was 20 feet -1 1-3
Inches on tho gauge, having risen 3 Icet 2
i-5 inches during the previous 21 hours.
A heavy fog prevailed during Sun
day afternoon, and a light rain lu tho
evening. About 8 p.m. a strong galo
from tlie not th sprang up, and the mer
cury fell rapidly ; since then the weather
has been bitter cold.
liuslnes rushing.
ci;.r.u.vi. an.MS.
The City of Vleksburg ha3 laid up
here for want of water to St. Louis
only live feet being reported.
Tho SAinei vlllo has n good trip for
Cincinnati.
Conic and See Mu has tour pro
duce boats for tho coast.
The St. Joseph out from St. Louis
yesterday reports only four feet tight
Inches at Liberty Island.
Tho Grand Tower lias laid up here
along side ofthe City of Vleksburg.
Thu John F. Tolle made additions
here and will till out below. She camu
out from St. Louis with 772 tons and
had but little trouble except from fog.
The S. II. Long did considerable
work removing snags between tills port
and St. Louis, but did not have time to
rcnioyu all the breaks. Low water and
the prospect of Ice warned her to get
out lor the present.
Vt'.Ul IIKI'AIITMKNT, ItlVKH lturOIIT, I
.Nor. .', 1075. 1
CLOTHIER.
LOW WATKH. C'HANOE.
hTATlOX.
rr. w. )T. ix.
Culm r X 1
I'ilWlmnr 9 u o
Ciiidniiiitl 10 IU X s
liuimllle II -I 10
NiishvMu VI 7-4
at. Uiuu a uu o
JAMES WATSON,
.crt;iaiit, SIkuhI Mirvice, U. S. A.
SeirXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Huliktik ollke, printed
$3 50 and $1 00 per M.
llellbron ,1- Weil have always on baud
the best and largest stock ot Corsets In
tho city. A good corset, grey or whlto at
10 cents.
It pays to trade at llellbron & Well, as
they have marked all their goods down
to suit thu times, nnd have always u largo
and well selected stock of clothing. Wo
Inyltu oycry ouu to call ou us before go
ln elsewhere. A good casluct suit for
0, at IIkii.iiiion & Wku..
Attention t Doulern.
Wo have four down Imitation Kbony
Sprngue Can-Openers, taken for adver
tising, which wu will sell at two dollars
per dozen. Inquire ut Itullctlu oillce.
Adrian II. Mullcr, Auctioneer.
CAIKO CITY PUOPEltTV STOCK
AT AUCTION.
Adrian 11. Mullcr & Sou will sell at
miction on Wednesday, December 8th,
1873, at 12:30 o'clock at the F.xehangu
Sales ltootn, Xo. Ill nrondwny New
York City, for account or whom it may
concern 105 shares Cairo City Property.
Stock $100 each. J l-at-7t

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