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I e. la thin nonisaa irad iiironritr keadia
itlwaM if I.W wi onihr,irr jail
7b uuarnrly m adtaauc.
Mulnifi " War.
11 t w lu-u. i. .. Tin and H&rd
Work don a bor notice.
tn, flooring-, MlHnt. aidiu uul turfMtd
iumbrr, lark 4 alUa1arOfoe nd yard
oroet Twcnttnb trtt and Wubinglcm tchiw
Lancaster kick-dmum in ,
lor. blilMto, M.y heed o lumber and
blast. ' , otto, Coaimereial inu,
trmx 17th UNO.
O. HARTKAN Delf la Queentwwe, Toy,
l.ue 4 all Had of Owey artlol. Cotiiawr
rl artou, cornet itrt. ' '
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WILLIAM WIJiTIB Sixth itrMt betwaea
l'uaunrtliTue end Wanhlmum ayemi.
riot")! M Herkat Tailoring.
.lOBM ANTHUI-MmJumt Tailor and dealer
la heady atari Clothing. TSOhleUre.
BmI Katat Aceaele.
M. J. HOWLKT Baal KUU Agent. Buy
nu4 Mil ml MUM, olWeM rem, pay tax
,ui no rtrta,c. Commercial area", t
I wean NIB 4 TeoUtetwet.
CmmMm at rf awte.
AIM I LA A THI8TLRWOOD
Cotton ml Tobacco Factor and pro
Mi or of lb fanm' Tobacco Warehome.
Tift A lifl Coannmerclal Atbii.
tn iKm mIa Kmroi . fi.rilr n (jr.
Dairy Hredua. Ohio
EA. WHKXLOCK A CO.
ticaanl rorwaidiof and mmlnlon
aercheau, and dealer la all kind of fruit ad
rrodnMi M Utilo Leee. CuulKiiBwiit kiIic
IIU1UUIIU I .X I II Jggi
TTlHin adrartlaWfl WlU b Inautad at tb
( T f) a aunnr fu Uw aril inaoruon
aa4 " ihjtw A liberal
will ) aaataaalaf and nupi
Hr-rnra nuaral aotm i '
iaof o2Ua or tecrelOKiex Wentafoi
. aVMtatF. VatUvaland VniBt notice
vat if la lamait nwmwa
t) aamat, aad bo rmttaat will be inantad
fat nil la thiaa doUaw pat loata
lartl. BBMMIalal MWWIKMM
Of OM Uffiut (8 linct ipkce) or more, in
MtW In tbe Bourai u follows :
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Oca lnartln nor aQuare. t BO
'Xw iBMItlOfll DCf MaUV.. 76
-TafMrmiertiAii Der MOAre 1 00
ttx iaaerUou Der iaoare. 1 7S
-'ilro waeki Ptr aaaar. 3 SO
Qm ihadUi per aqture-..
BpMatl nled nbide on Urge advertise
ercac loajrer ume.
Till' BSD AV, NoTember 1, 1W7.
Friday Nov. 2.
Tiip IliBonnEtyoplaBMpw ialty
'' Troiipf, '
1VM. roOTK, JR....... Manager.
Jntnuluctag an entire new company of
JUCUNKATOJW, ! ;
' 1N8TRUMKNT ALISTS,
, , COMKDJLANS,
In an entire ew Mrocramme, teeming
with orlglnailtf and overflowing- wltb
rellnedtnn. Augmented by an uneijoai
led orcheatra, and toe terorlte vocal
.uartett( et tniaaaatcbleta organization.
Admliaton, to cent; reierved leata, 75
centa, now on tale at Uartman'i.
i AT THK IAMB IB KTAKP.
t BlelMMrw HlwutelP' hat Hafaot)
Mr. S. MataondestrMto announce to
tbealtlzenaot Cairo and ihe surround
,ng eoantry, that be baa returned trom
CaHiornla, and again eaitlng bit lot In
Cairo, baa opened anew stock of BOOTS
AND SHOES at tli same old stand, No.
140 WuhiBgton arenue, between Eight
and Ninth streots, whore, while thanking
hlU friends lor their past patronage,
ba ttoatree to abakc bands wltb tnem.and
supply then an4 many new customers
with anything tfcey need in bis line. Ills
tock is oonilng right In every day, and
the.bestthe market affords. Ail arc
nvttedto call. ', ,iU , i ' v ,27-Jm ,
I . : . .
. .. ..a (r.w of the rnicas at . ,
PETTIS ' & BIRD'S,
- Hth ASl tfASBlNGTON AVE,
0 Tb Amber C, Sufif........... $1 00
10 lb X. Orleans u 1 00
u pa BteV'ftlle 1 00
S Jb V?hlte Siltt.Trr. 1 00
jBoMSMatctieav. ..........m 23
1 OihJ3 ailon..l........... ' 25
4BtlMlr goftdVry cheap..'. " ;
Aran. IimC MMlvediB ch6V lot of Pare
Mloi MasUr;..Rngllsh Table Bauoe
' S,A WaM u "u
"faU and Km.' "'. ; 2Ut
k .i i, - ' 1 .
. Monaibf leUog jrour,bnil4ing materia
.it -f RIa.' Thav AM aalllnf lnm
iif laniwi ifjm n4 rr - -wt
l&ISmsrMeil Urge atooont of white
dim ana uj yiwi uuuiiwa w ui
xaativ-oM hand. . Ifa Mil nine shin
. 1 'TR na tiuMiaanili a.Wd cadaT
pteta at it mm.UttoiN ptafloOT.
inatt"Uttriliottttna': rlne Udbg
at 118.00 par thousand. . Try yonr lack
"A. i.ohutiL'ij. Tat. Mocklcriual Thus.
LoWlfl, t!... re the caadldatcs fur Jus
tice ot the pi'sco in the South Cairo irc-
lu North Cairo pruciuct Mquuo Os
borne lias it all to lilmscll. lie is tlm
ouly vaml'datc, tn fur, (or JuMU-o of tlm
John rfhechmi, Andy t'uii), tico, T.
Whltlock and Kill ioolt are candidntc
for county constHbls in 8outli Cairo pre
Mr. Kcxlord expects lo remove to
Centralla, wbero he will tuko charge ol
tbeCcntralla House, sonictltuo wittnn tlio
ticxt two or three weeks.
It you want your llaby to look bright
do not put it to Bleep with laudanum
when restless, but use Dr. Hull's Baby
Syrup. 25 cents a bottle.
There was a laUo alarm oi fire last
night. The (Ire companies all turned
out, and alter a (rood run returned to
their quarters without being called upon
to do any service.
There was a mealing of the Truiter
anu Union yesterday afternoon to make
arrangements for Vr Iteynold' meeting,
which will he held In this city on the tb,
10th, and Utb of November.
Rev. C. C. Chaplin preached hi fare
well sermon la this elty to a very large cnn.
gregatlon at evening at Turner Hll. The
lennon watan excellent one. Mr. Chap
lla will leave this afternoon lor l'aducah.
There will be a woman's prayer
meeting held In the Preahyterlan church
this atternoon at half-past three o'clock.
All women, who leel interested In the
cause of Christianity, are invited to he
present and participate.
Baker's Cod Liver Oil, Lime, and
Wild Cherry quUikly relieves Throat and
Lung dl'eascs, and imparts vigor and
new lite to debilitated constitution.
Pleasant in taste. J. C, Bakkh & Co.,
Oct. 13, 5'W.) Philadelphia, Pa.
The Sua says "thn Bi'txr.Trv thinks
the. knocking on the lamp poets and
sidewalks at nljrht," by tho police, "is a
good tldng." Tlm Bli.i.f.tis don't think
any such thing. The Bi.u.ktin thinks
the practice an Intolerable nuisance that
ought to be abated.
J. Q. A. Iladdaway, Kwj., of "Epi
copol .Methodist," Baltimore, Md.,
write: "With much pleasure 1 testify to
the good eOeets ol )r. Hull's Couh
Syrup in my lamily. Have used it In
many cases, and in each instance the
result was entirely satisfactory."
f Died, on Wednesday night, October
90Ui, 1877, at 9 o'clock, Mrs. Eliza Lane,
In the 47tb year ot her age. Funeral ser
vices will take place to-day at 2 o'clock
p. m., at St. Patrick's Catholic church.
A special train will leave the foot of
Kighth street at 3 o'clock p. m. Friends
and acquaintances of the lamily aro Invi
ted to attend.
Mls Margaret &ott, who has spent
several years in Atrlea as a missionary,
will deliver an address in tlic Church ot
the Eedccmor In this city, to-morrow,
Friday evening, Nov. 2d, at 7:M o'clock
p.m., on tho work in the missionary held.
The public are cordially Invited to at
tend. Seats will be Iree, and fill who
ean should be present. '
-In stating that Fred Koehl. ris about
to open a branch meat shop at the corner
of Eleventh street and Washington
avenue, it Is cot to be understood that be
Is going to give up his shop at the corner
ol Eighth street. The branch establish
ment Is simply lor the accommodation
oi his np-town customers, who during
the fall and winter season find it inconven
ient to go so lar down town.
Mrs. S. Wllliamsun is marking down
her goods, and is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. .She is now
offering hats which heretofore
sold at .73 cents to one dollar, lor
33, 40 and DO cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Her stock oi
flowers la very large and range from 10
cents to $2 in price. The price lor press
ing and remodling straw hata has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 and 30
cents. Mrs. VY. Invites all Inspection of
her -oods and prices. tf
Died, on Tuesday evening, October
30th, 1877, at 10 o'clock, Anna, only
daughter of N. B. and Sallle This-
tlewood, aged eight years, seven
months and twenty-seven days. The
luaeral will take place at 2
o'clock p.m., to-day from the residence
otthe parents on Washington avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth streets. A
special train will leave the foot ol Eighth
street at three o'clock p. m. for Villa
Ridge, where the remains will bo inter
red. Friends and acquaintances ol tho
family are invited to attend.
Dr.J.W.Konfro of Hazlcwood prc
einqti I a candidate for the oflice of
county superintendent ol schools. Dr.
Renlro s one of the best citizens ot the
county, and a gentleman In every way
qnalitled to discharge the duties required
of the superintendent ol schools. The
doctor takes a deep interest in the cause
of education, and should he be elected he
would give to the position not only all
the time It requires, but will inaugurate
some much needed reforms in the man
agement ot the schools in the country
districts. lie asks the votes ol his follow
citizen, promising that, in the event 'ol
his election, to so conduct tho affairs of
the oflice as to merit the approval of right-
thinking people. It
We desire to again call attention to
the fact there Is now In the city an agent
for Holman's Centennial Bible,' a book
which Is pronounced by all who have ex
amined it to be superior in every
respect to all other Bibles
now printed, This book contain many
new and elaborate chronological tables,
embracing In their scope all the promi
nent subjects of the Bible, more complete
and TOnrprehensIve than can be found
In any other Bible: biographical sketches
of the Apostles and Evangelists; natural
history of the Bibte; botany of the Bible;
geujtaplir uf the Blb)c; niiftvlugs nd
photographic views cf places oi interest
iu the Holy Laiul. Hceidcs all this the
illustrated add iltici Iptive collateral mat
ter Is so very important and vtiluablc that
thousands of iwrsous who have other
fiihlca will buv this oiks also. In laet, it
is indispensable to Uiblu teachers and
students. 1 Mrs. Haiiorolt, tho agent for
this great book, Is now canva.".lug tho
city, and wo couiincnd her to the layor-
able consideration ol all.
Having taken charge of tho grocery
establishment at Iho corner oi Four
teenth street and Washington avenue,
and put in one of Clio largest and best
assorted stocks of lamily groceries ever
exhibited in Cuiro, .Messrs. Pettis &
Bird urc now ready for business, and In
vito the attention of tlio pu'illo to their
house. , They have given special atten
tion to the' selection , :. ol
their goods, mid having purchased
lor cash aro prepared to compete
with any other Iiouho In tho
city on suaar, coffee, syrups,
teas, hams, bacon, cannod goods, and in
fact everything in tho grocery and
provision line. They will always keep
on hand choice Iresh butter, eggs, . and
all kinds of country produce. They will
deliver goods In any part ol tho city
free of charge and on fehort notice.
Messrs. Pettis & Bird solicit a share ol
the patronage ol our citizens, believing
that they can give them better bargains
than can be obtained elsewhere. lio
Phil Seat Brewing1 Co.'a Milwaukee
Lacer Bear. Henry Bra than, attant.
Correipondenc aollclted. fit
A FAMILY BACKET.
Stove Fletcher, a OoloredMan, Kicka Hia
Wire Until one Jjaoomea maanaiuie,
Steve Fletcher with his family reside
in the two-story frame-house on the cor
ner ol Twentieth and Poplar, streets.
'I I , i f.oni.ts of Fletcher, his
w,i.. a;. I ii ..' children two hoys
and a little girl. The oldest
of the - boys is not over
ten rears. Fletcher and his wife do not
liyc quietly together, and Ircquent quar
rels make their home anything but hap
py. Fletcher is a . large and powerful
man, and when made angry Is said to be a
despcrato fellow, yesterday morning, as
Mrs. Fletcher wa3 preparing ureaKia.il
a dlsnute about some trivial matter oc
curred, and it was not long until they
were engaged In a more than usually
hitter auarrcl. Fletcher Anally became
so enraged that he struck his wife sev
eral severe blows In tho face, and then
ntished her into the corner of the room
in which they arc living and choked her
until ihe fell to the floor. When on the
tloor Fletcher kicked her several times In
Iho side with such iorcc as to render her
insensible. Some of the neighbors hear
ing the row went Into the house, when
thev found Mrs. F. lying In one corner
ol Hie room in an insensible condition
and breatliina heavily. 8ho was raised
trom the Door and placed on a bed. after
which Pr. Wardner was sent for. in tlio
meantime Sheriff Saup put In an appear
and and arrested Fletcher and locked
him up In the rountyjail. Ir. Wardner
was soon at tho house, and aimoiign lie
did everything he could for
the woman U was lin possible, to restore
her to consciousness, and all through the
lorenoon at Intervals of a few minutes
she was suffering with severe pam.
Later in the day, however, sue was reei
Ins; easier, and there was strong hopes of
hsr recovery. Fletcher will ho held to
await the result ol his wife's injuries, and
it may be several days beiore he will he
given a hearing.
Of the series of entertainments to be
given by tlio ladies of the Episcopal
church, the second will tako place at the
residence of Wm. K. Gilbert, on Thurs
day evening, Nov. 1st, commencing at
8 o'clock. Tho programme will consist
ol reading and recitations, a charade and
exhibition; also music, both vocal and
Instrumental, and a short, but humorous
nlav entitled "Mum," In which nil ean
participate. Admission 23 cents. No
extra charge lor refreshment, which
will be furnished gratis by ths ladies
having the matter In charge.
Trv it. Evervbody Takea it. Phil Best
Brewing Co.'a Celebrated Milwaukee
Lager. Henry Breiban, agent.
For the Colored Peoplit.
Miss Margaretta Scotf , for ten year a res
ident of Alrica, will address a meeting ol
tho colored people of Cairo at Kick'
church at 7;30 o'clock this evening, tibe
will give an account of what the church Is
doing lb Africa, and will describe the cus
toms and habits ol the people, together with
the striking feature of that great country.
It will doubtless he an intercatlog occasion
for our colored citizens, a it will bring to
their notice many poiuts new, to boido of
them, concerning the home of tbcjr an
cestors. 1 v -
Phil Beat Brewing; Co.'a Milwaukee
Lager Beer' Henry Breihan, agent.
Correspondence eoliolted. fit
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. Tho eauacs which
produce It aro such as cold, Irregular
living, over exertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&c. In large cities jrhero edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
trom the Injurious ctlects of tho dust
flying efl the grindstone by wearing a
respirator, Tho coal miner ere ho do-,
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against Are-damp.
Now it Is equally necessary lor those
who nro brought in contact with any ol
the causes loading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters,- ;
Waod Worfclua- Machinery rr Rale
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfaccr and one Oigsaw
machine, for which I vfjll take lumber In
payment. For terns' apply to . !v
24-lm James Bgu, Vlllo, Ills,
' CITY COUNCIL
( 'oi sen. Chamiif.ii, Caiim, lu )
October aotli, 1;7.
PreKCUt Alderman Foley, Halliday,
Lancaster, O'Callahan, l!itteuhousc,
Wood and Wright-7. -
His Honor tho Mayor, not being pres
ent, Alderman Halliday, was on mo
tion ot Alderman O'CuHulwm, chosen
The chairman stated the object of (he
meeting to be for tho opening of bids for
(lie reconstruction ot sidewalks as per
nd yerllsciucuts under ordinances No. m,
old, and No. 10 new scries.
Whereupon (he clerk opened ami read
tho following proposals, to-wil:
Of T. J. Fitgcrald lo furuieh the ma
terial and reconstruct sidewalks on uorn
thorly side ol Fourth street, between
Commercial nnd Washington avenues,
lor 4'J cents per lineal foot; between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
13 cents; on westerly side of Washington
avenue, between Third and Fourth street,
13 cents, and between 0th and 12th streets.
52 cents; on easterly sldo of Washington
avenue, between 10th and 12th streets,
52 cents; on westerly side of Washington
avenue, between 13ih and Illh streets, 52
cents; on northerly side of 10th street,
between Commercial avenue and Levee
street, (posts 4x1 placed on blocks
and double braced), 7J cents; on norther
ly side ot 10th street, between Commer
cial and Washington avenues, 47 cents;
on southerly side ol 0 th, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, 4C
cents; on westerly side of Poplar street,
between 12th and 13th streets, 40 ceuts;
on southerly side of 11 :h street, between
Commercial avenue and Levee street,
(posts 4x4 placed od blocks, double brac
ed). 73 cent; on northerly sidj of 8th
"treet, between Cedar street and westerly
sldo of lot 32,block00 (posts 3x50 55 cents,
and on the surface ol the ground, 42 cents;
on northerly side of 15th street, between
Locust and Cedar streets, 50 cents; on
northerly side ot 20th street, between
Commcreiid avenue and Leyec street,
(post 4x5 double braced), "S cents; on
southerly sich ot 14ih street, between
Washington avenue nnd Poplar street,
Of John Cooke and Henry liunker pro
posing to furnish material and recon
struct on northerly side of 4th street, be
tween Commercial uvenue ami Waluut
street, for the sum of JO cents per lineal
loot, or do the Work for 12 cents per
lineal loot; on tho westerly sldo of Com
mercial avenue, between 3rd and 4th and
0th and 12th streets, 50 cents, or do the
work for 13 cents; on the easterly side ol
Washington avenue, between 10! h and
12th streets, 55 ccnts.or do the work lor 15 ,
cents; on westerly side of Washington
avenue, between 13th and 11th streets, 53
cent.', or do the wont for 15 cents; on
northerly side of 10th street, between
Commercial avenue aud Levee street, 03
cents, or do tho work for 18 cents; on
southerly sldo of J4th street, between
Commercial avenue and Jcvce street, M
cents, or do the work lor 18 cents; on the
northerly side ot 10th street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues,
50 cents, or do the work tor 15 cents; on
southerly side of !)th street, between
Commercial avenue and the eastcily side
of lot 10, block 20, city of Cairo, 45ccnts.
or do tho work for 12 cents; on the
westerly wide of Poplar street, between
12th and 13th streets, 50 cents, or do the
work for 2 centa; on northerly sldo of
8th street, between Cedar and westerly
side ol lot 32, block CO, 53 cents, or do tho
work tor 15 cents; on northerly side ol
15th street, between Locust and Cedar
streets, 50 cents, or do the work for 15
Ol Milton Jenkins, proposing to furn
ish tho material and do tho work on
northerly sldo ol 4th street, between
Commercial ayenuo and Walnut street,
at 31 cents per lineal foot; on westerly
side of Commercial avenue, between 3rd
and 4th, and 0th and 12th streets, 3C
cents; on easterly sldo of Washington
avenue, between 10th and 12th streets,
38 cents; on westerly side oi Washing
ton avenue, between 13th and 14th streets,
3S cents; on northerly side of 10th street,
between Coininorcial avenue and Levee
street, 60 cents; on southerly side of Hth
street, between Commercial avenuo and
Levee street, 80 cents; on northerly side
of 10th street, between Commercial and
Washington avenues, 35 cents; on north'
erly side of 15th street, between Locust
aud Cedar streets, 33 cents.
Of George Wilson and William Minard
proposing to furnish the material and
do the work on the northerly side ot20th
street, between Commercial avenue and
Levee street, lor 74 cents per lineal foot,
or do tho work for 21 ccnU: on southeily
sido 14th street, between Washington
avenue and Poplar street, t!3 cents, or do
the work for lo ceuts.
On motion ol Alderman Wright, the
proposals were referred to the committee
On motion of Alderman Lancaster, tho
J. B. Puim.is, City Clerk.
Kotlee to Hnllrtera.
Proposals will be received by the tin1
dcrsigned, building committee ol tlio
Delta City Fire Co,, lor the erection ol
a 2-story brick tiro engine houso until
Monday, Nov. 5, at 7 o'clock p. m., at
the oflice ol Lancaster & JUco, where
plana and specifications may bo seen.
Bids will be received for the whole house
complete, or for tlio brick work and car
penter work separately. Bidder to luro
ish the material ., !'J ; -
I iM B ' 1 ' : C. O. PATian, ,
? 4 1 CHAS. LAXGAfTlfet-
... J. Y.Tviumu -v ".
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 1, 1877.
TIia Cnropean Hotel-RednetiOH In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
he European notel, being well awaro
ot the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all wlio may wish regular board
to sixteen dollars por month or lour dol
lars per week, for day board. In con
nection with tho European Hotel la a
Brat class restaurant where oysters,
game and air other dellcaoles will Be serv
ed at all hours during day or night, (tf)
SIO.NAL 8KRV1CB RKFORT.
T1TI0K. ' LOW WATBB. UlSe or I Ul
IT. I IM.
S'Tc.Tul Bunill SVrvica, XL H. A.
The .Ino. Moans will leave here nt nooa
to-day lor New Orleaua with 2,400 tons.
A saw mill named Tidal Wave arrived
from the Ohio. City ol Helena was well
laden aud mado additions yesterday.
The T. 1'. Uillman for Paducah; C. W.
Anderson for Evansville; Gold Dust and
Grand Lake and barges lor New Orleans,
and Ste Genevieve lor Memphis, are due
The Dora Cabler brought 121 hogs, 11
barrels, whisky, 200 dry barrels and a lot
ot sundries night before last,
Tho A. J. Baker and barges, from Now
Orleans lor St. Louis, passed up yester
day with a hig trip ol sugar.
The Belle Memphis yesterday brought
435 bales ot cotton for rcshipmcnt cast,
and has a moderate trip for St Louis,
Tho II. C. Yaegcr filled out here for
Jlllliiipry anil f aury oooda.
.Mrs. C. McLean, Eighth street be
tween Washington ami Conimcrcia
avenues, is just in receipt of an elegant
and complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods of every kind. Among
other articles wo m.ty mention that she
is selling fine black straw hats in all the
latest styles at lrom 40 to 50 cents; ele-
gaut patterns at prices lower than was
ever offered to tho trade; flowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets in all the new shades at prices to
suit. Iu the hosiery for ladies and child
ren line her stock Is not equaled by nny
other establishment In the city, and she
atks the ladies to call and examine them
before going elsewhere. Mrs. McLean
will sell her goods of all kinds as cheap,
if not cheaper, than the same kind ol
goods ean be bought elsewhere in this
market. Slio solicits an examination o
ler stock and prices, believing that she Is
prepared to please all whom may favor
her with a call In both. Ladies desiring
to have hats pressed can have the same
lone (or lrom 25 to 33 cents. 5-7 tf
Mr. Charles Schoenmcyer has received
a large lot of the celebrated Cobdcn cider,
(aptel wein) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold in tills
city. Families desiring It can procure
this cider In quantities to suit, by tho
pint, quart or gallon, or In larger quanti
ties. Persons desiring cider by the bar
rel can have their orders filled by notify log
Mr. Schoenmcyer at bis saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenmeyer has also Just
received a consignment of the celebrated
Calilornla Riesling wine, which is
equal to , any llhlno wine. This
wine' is manufactured from the
celebrated German grape, and has'uo
superior In the country. And further, he
keeps Moerleins' beer, the best made,
and a lull lino of choice liquors and ci
gars. Call and sec Charlie, Ho Is al
ways clad to sec his friends, and will be
lound ready to serve them. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
Mra. L. J. apear,
No. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, calls tho attention of the ladies to
tier large stock of fall and winter millln
ary, ot tbo latest designs, which sho is
Jally receiving from New York and
MON'DAY, OCTOBEU 22,
she will hold her
continuing one week, and wishes all the
ladles to call and examine her goods,
As her stock is large and complete vis
itors can rest Assured ot finding her
jtock to suit the most fastidious,; and she
will tako special orders for anything that
may not be In stock. Ocll-lm
' Home Again.
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
3ta.nd in the Reiser building, where be Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hU patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. - He has gone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely Airnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. , He em
ploys ouly first class workmen and those
Who patronlzc-him will have their wnnts
attended to in stylo aud will rccclvo
courteous treatment. t
I.oi-M! I.ockat Lock! ;.
Without a key. For desks, chests,
cash-drawers, wardrobes, bookocases.ctc.
I have also with mo another article ot
great merit. Good arrangements c m be
made so you can make money the com-,
lng season. Call at Arlington Hotel.
, .Mr. Albert Grlndlcr is now receiving
orders for shade and fruit trees. All
thoso wishing trees set on their premises
may lcayo their orders at E, W. Thlo
leck's grocery-store, or at tho residence of
Mr, Grlndler at the corner of Locust and
For Rent. 1
The finest eottago in town. Inquire ol
lw Gkorgf. FisnsR.
STRATT0N & BIBD,
MMVTB ' A t CO A POWJf O
5T Ohio Lt.
In Youths,' Jloy' aud Clillilmu (lotblunarek.pt In Cairo only bu,' W Make fat V' '
but uecauii parent invariably dlibvlicT tin bet. and to tueoeaeluliT tUoeive ibam t
keep, a L uaually ilon by cloUuert who do not tee (lie truth thai food T-taTii Iff a-
ei, and (noddy one drive tlieat away : Satllneites and Shod ii, badly mid, at on hati'tetfanrtof
a good article which can be aold at very low ftjfure. w tk pride in tytni tbal ffiewt.
have dealt w'tb us . ' tt""
??.'!?' Uy "f " ,Uy When ,h,y
KvK, ,;;.Jl!?' """wads-bouKhut
examine ciitically what liihown you and Dtwar at any pri-e, ofFaaey TrlramKt etnaeaw.'
and above all ie that you u getting ' " j .Tv
PHCNIX DRUG ST&(E
l71m. lniL etA.
uei- iota oireei oc uomri Avtv
I Have Opened an
And ToUot Artiolc!jf
To Which I CaU the Attention of the PabUe.
ftl will make the accurato compounding of physlcianj
1st. Thevars mailanf the brat WaMSITTTA UlTQf TM
3n(l. j1!"1 ttre Ui'ee Ply ""J nial of the
3rd, i hey are made only bv capable and experieneed bands, and are care mil u
arc uaurii9edJiT any oilier in workmanahip. '"'"
TbeyaresuarauTevdio otndsiTatiaiactlonlneveryDarUenb """ i i i
Try Them and
TA 1 T7I
vi y uuuus, ruuey uoous, onoes, uarpeta,.
1 21 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
COME AND SEE ME !
I nm now oflerlng my cntlro- ' i
For tha Xext Thirty Ray '
As I intend to quit the bunness, 4
PARTIES IN SEARCH OF BAR
GAINS SHOULD NOT FAIL TO
GIVE ME A CALL.
I. W ALDER,
Cor. 6th Street and Ohio Levee.
V. Relsser St Sen,
'Aactlonecri awl t alT In . I
' ...ii K i 'a ; iUm'W
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc '
Corner 8th and Commero'l Ave.
O. D WIILIAIISON,
, Wholesale Grocer
And Dealer In "
x. is ohio levxk
j ; - ' ;.-; .t
PRC.ALattenlloi lya.toailfaaint aal
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, lilt.
'' wOfl Jl5BM ,
artkl at a tow prlc.' . Oar itoei 1 til
low price., to be .old wrdiBily. Wb
n. j Mav n
A A mm m. ft
Entire New Stock af
CHEMICALS. A papt'----v
preserlptloM a ts
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"PIT? AQr"MCi TTrriV rtrmn' '; ! ' .''"
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to all Others
'i 'i itol a. i
.1 K'1. r sill ifittii
beat linen, each ply belaf (uaraaU4 ( be all
ONLY BY ;
DEALER IN " -. -"
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Prints. ' 5T4 "'!'"4M??4? ,
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Goods Dellv-eii FrcCn
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Arways oa kaaaL ft ldilmrt FJZCZ
Ooraat Blayraavth tteaai eatttir-
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