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Mnta.- aVyWltVet Uta cm baae UrwliM
mm, la thtanahiM UMw aearaariale aaartian
intMt or ti n per aieauai
II part year
ayaale qtanef ly u earaac.
Mtrfmrfi Mh wt Ttm War.
A. HALLRT-Daelef In BtoTte.Tia tA Hard,
(ran. tiajarasaA rirwn' laulMUMite, Win
UttoaaaMreuJ Awaua. Vatleriag, M1 rfo
Wort Aoaeea eeettaaUce.
.1. B.UoHAHEY-Dealer Ik hud aad eoft laao.
Mr, ttoflac , .. cfUlM, ftdlac aad aurfaeed
hiaabae-, lufc aad ehlatVa. Oflloa ud yard
wtmv VweMtetk el rata and Wathlotftoa irwiur
LAXCASTE& A lUCE-Daaleri In M
teore. Ultli, eta.. Aera ud soft lumber and
feJaataa. Yvd aad eflka, Coaincrclal eTtaue,
StMt UK IMa,
D-. AITMAM-DMbt la Qaetaaware. Toja.
Lampe u4 All alaAa of fluey article, loruiacr-
WILLIAM Wr5T "Jala rtntl betwete
BuaeclaleTeaae MW Waahlftoa arenue.
Ctoifeiu M rttaat Tallerta;
, J01TX AKTaUM-Jtatshant Tailor sad dealer
IB ttndy Mad Ootalaf - Okie Levee.
M. J. HOWLET-IUel KetoU Agent Buys
ud Milt rest mum, eolUeca mu. payl tons
UM tea raaldn , OmiiiIiI avenue, m
Caen an lee in MarckaaU.
reetora ud ro-
Forerardiu aad Commission
im Ml of ram, Uardea, Cir
Mlchui. OI IM
.hard aad Dairy Preduea. W Ohio Lrrce
ri A. WHKKLOCK IX).
El OwxU Forward is Md Comrubeloa
uuanbanie. ud dealers la all kiadt of fruit aod
Hecaca. M Ohio Lerea, CenslfrajDeate auUo-
''KaAAHflalaVadVaiM ud ft
I aaVrarlUlaf WW betaserwa mim
aateaf U aaajiaa foitha Aral uunruoa
aavt aseanta trr aeea sabeajuaal eaa AUMral
iMMMwUlaaaMda eatuaiUac anddlepl
Tn taillaj finnl aoUM II wi NoUeeol
I St Manual a? seem eseie ww
a. ImMT. aertlval ud tappet aoUces
WUI MJy ka laeartad M adTartlJ w
Ha adTrtt I wUl k raeeuad at 1 Pi
tt aula, aad aa em erwia t will be laicrwd
Of M moan ( llMt iDAoe) or more, In-
arted In the Boujitw at followi : (lm
tkaa ana aa tiara counted aa a aooara. i
Onalnaertkm per tqaara..... M. SO
Twft Laat7ttMkt par aqoaK.. 75
TaueaiBMrttaaa oer auare. 1 00
rlix SmmrHocM Der aaaafe. 1 75
'fwa waekl per aqoare.......u 9 60
Om moo tit per iqaare 3 SO
Hpaoial rate mada oa large adTertiae-
man r for lonjrer u.
SATURDAY, November 3, 1877.
OUaMr aatal raay aa,
Mrt'. C. McLean, IiRhth atreat b
taraea Vfublnctoa aad Commerda
avesuaav li jtut In reeelpt of an elegant
aad ooapleto itoek of Millinery and
Fane Uooda M aterr kind. Araoni
other twtklea we may dmoUoo that ibe
It aclUnc tioa alack atnw bata In all tbe
Utatt ttylea at Iroaa 40 to SO cents; ele
gaal pattaxat at prieea lower than wu
aver ottered to tbe trade; lower and
Xealbera trotn W eenU to $1; ailki and
velTeti In ail tbe new thadea at print to
a lilt Intaeboaitry for ladlet and eblld
fti Uaa ber itock U not equaled by any
Atner eitabUaninent In the city, aod aba
Atkt tbe ladlet to call and examine tbern
before going elaewnere. Mr. Molaa
wUlaeUhergoedeofaUklndt aa cheap,
it net ebetper. tban tbe tame kind ot
Ctdtdi ean be botifbt elaewnere in tblt
uurkaiv, Sbe aoUelta an examination ei
aar itpek end prlota, Ulwrlng Inat tbe tt
prepara! to please all whom may raror
ber with etil la both. iavUea detlting
to bare bate pressed ean bare tbe tame
ione for from 30 to 99 eenU. tV-itf
AT VIU BAMM LB HTAI O.
sat "Klcaard mmtrlt' hat aami
Mr. S. Mataofj dasiret to aanounce to
tboaUlzeniot Cairo and tbe turround
.ng eountry. tbat be hu returned from
CaiUernla, and acaln catUng bit lot In
Uairo, Ma opened a new ttockot BOOTS
AND SHOES at the same old ttand, No.
140 Wiahlngton avenue, between Elgbt
Ud NlnU itreets, where, while thanking
Ida old friendt lor their patt patronage,
M detlra to ibake bands with them, and
apply tbem and many new ouatomers
rtth anything they need In hit line. Hit
stock it coming right In every day, and
.tthe.bedttbe market tBords. All are
a nw of tbi raicu at
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
14th AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C.' Sugar. '...$1 00
10 N. Orleane 1 00
, IblUoCoSee 1 00
S ft White Sugar 1 00
dlbfloda...... : 25
Starth, per pound. ' 05
Bart 8oa..,........h; .. LJ
Seal 00. per gallon 35
And all other goods very cheap.
Alto, Jut received, choice lot ol Ture
Spiece, MotUrd, English Table Sauce
' Tan cm -
Hooay by ettlng your balldla g materia
of fenoater A Elce, They are telling lum
AV. MU aaiarlaiaial- lalfdM timllflft Af VAvKItu
plAeaavdcypreeethtnglM ot thebett bran
eonatantly en hand." We Mil pine thin
gbwtt l.7l per thoutand; tawed cedar
potta At tt H oentt eaeh; white plae floor
tngatttSJO per Uumnod; pine tiding
at t6M per thousand. Try your luck
wltDtJshjflrm. ' .; ; .. '"" U.
Matut tjoeliet Leake t . .
Without key. For detkt, chaiU,
aaAVvdnwcra, wardrobet, bookcAses,etc.
I hAve Aleo with tn Another article ol
grant aarlt. Good arraattmtntt etn be
made to you ean make money tke oom-.
lag Neson. Call At ,ArtI-ltoti Metal , (
11 Cettam ud Tobee.
unetoM af the raraeara'
Tit A 127 Ceaunmercial
MUe Alice Lane Is vltitliyr at tliu rr
ithjhec of Mr. Samuel Wilson. .
Tliu City Council will meet In regu
lar session on next Monday evening.
V, D. Itextord Uavcs this p. ui. lor
Chicago to remain three or four days.
On Thursday evening Judge Uakcr
Adjourned circuit court until next Mon
rrouato court will couvenu one
week from Monday. This will be Judge
Bross' last court.
Miss A. P. Oaksg, grand-daujrlitfr ol
Dr, D. Arttr, left for er home In Me
-Deputy Slierid HodKc't little sou it
teriously 111, but hopes are still enter
tained ol Ms recovery.
Geo. Wilson it In the field for county
constable ol North Cairo pr eel not. Hit
announcement will appear in Saturday's
Uetting on the election It becoming
frequent. A number of hett on the re
suit for county clerk were made yes
Uaverly's minHtrels gave one ot their
excellent entertainments at tbe Atheneum
last nlgbt to an unusually large audience.
Tbe troupe is an excellent one.
Circuit Clerk Iteeve la under the
weather but still able to attend to busi
ness in his office. Reeve is an awful
Radical, but a good clerk and a clever
Mr. John P. Hely has Just returned
from a canvass of the country precincts.
Mr. Ifcly It conflJent that he accom
plished much good for himself on his
trip through the county.
City Jailer Mahonny has done some
good work oi late in the way of cleaning
Levee street from Fourth ttreet to near
Tenth. The street croslngs have al-o
received proper attention,
Another little stranger hasopened her
eyes oa tblt "scene ot trials and tribula
tion!" at the residence ot SI?. YV. YV.
Wallace. Thlt it No. "3" and "Hill"
still lives. Mother dolnir well.
"Punctuality is thebln?eof busluess."
In families wbere Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup it kept, there is never a cose of ab
sence from school or business on account
of coughs, colds or sore throat.
Mrs. Fletcher, the colored woman
who was so severely kicked and beaten
by bis husband a few days ago, it recov
ering. Iler injuries were not so danger
ous as was at first supposed to be.
Hist MargcrettA Scott lectured Li the
Episcopal ohurch last night tn a very fair
attendance. Mist Scott was for many
years a missionary in Africa, and her lee- (
ture was both Interesting and Instruc
Medical men often puzzle themselves
over the large sale that Dr. Bull's Babv
Syrup enjoys. Its great popularity la
due only to the excellent qualities noss.
essed by this household medicine. 2.'i
-Mr. Kicuhoff, the lurnlture dealer,
has now in hit factory the finest stock ot
furniture ever offered in Cairo, and he is
telling it cheaper than the tame articles
oi furniture could be bought away from
Biita'a Cod I.ivsa On.. Lime xxn
WiloChkhky A pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for ConsumDtlon.Scrolu.
1a, Debility, etc. Now is the time to use
it. Jno. :. Baker A Co.. Drupelits.
At the OdiUFellows uieetlnir Tburs.
day evening it wu decided to have a son
ciable on Friday night next at their hall.
It was concluded also on account of the
success of these sociables to hold at least
one each week.
Mr. Tom flalllday'a new house has
been to Xar completed as to glvo some
Idea of what It will be when finished.
The walls are about up, and the root has
been put on. When llnished the house
will be one of the best and handsomest
In the city.
The Cairo and St. Louis railroad
company have closed their office in tblt
city, ana 3ir. Alacrarland. late agent
here, hat accepted an agency on the Mo
bllo and Ohio railroad. The narrow
gauge hat no one to attend to business
ror mcin in mil city at this time.
The public road between Cairo and
Mound City it In very bad condition in a
number of places, audas a consequence
teamsters have mu:h trouble in making
(he trip between the two places. The
attention of the road supervisor It called
to thlt matter in the hope that he will try
to remedy it.
Mr. Fred Keoliler will, perhaps, be
unable to open hit shop at the corner of
Eleventh street and Washington avenue
to-day, but when he does open our citi
zens will And It a "hard times," "poor
man's," "panic," etc, meat shop. At any
rate be will give you the worth ol your
The Jonetboro Gaultt speaki thus
flatteringly of Mrs. Smith's lecture in
that Tillage en Tuesday evening :
An Hour with the Pokts." Mrs.
Smith, ot Cairo, daughter of Dr. A. G.
Uolden, of Jonesboro, gave a very Inter
esting lecture at tbe Presbyterian church
on Tuesday night last, to a highly re.
tpectable and appreciative audience. .
Mr. Hugh Craig, candidate tor asset
tor and treaturer, It on the war path.
Hit opponent have circulated tome
damaging stories concerning hit conduot
while collector of Pulaski county. Mr.
Craig duclaret the itorlet to be bate
slandert, concocted by hit opponenti
for the purpose of Injurylng him In tho
Preparations for the temperance
meeting! to bo held la thlt city on the
0th, 10th and llttt ot the present month,
and at which Dr. fieyoldi,'the celebrated
temperanee agitator will be present, are
being Bide aod will b completed Jong
before the tithe) appointed ror the meet.
lugs. We understand that Dr. Reynolds
will be followed by dtllcr well-known
Jluuuio Englieli lias entered the list
of candidate for county coustablo In
North Cairo precinct. Without any de
sire to detract from tbe worth or claims
of uny ol the other candidates, we believe
Jlniniie would make an excellent officer.
Ue U an intelligent and energetic young
mau, and should lie be elected ho will
undoubtedly make an excellent officer.
John Shcchan and Andy Cain aro
caudidates for county constables in South
Cairo precinct. Both are experienced
officers, and are known to tiie people of
the city. While on tbe police force they
were energetic and reliable officers, and
were so regarded by the people of the
city. They aro of the kind of stuff of
which good officer! are made, and we
hope tbat both may be elected.
Let it be remembered that tho Indies
of St. Patrick's Catholic Church will give
a festival In the brick building on the
corner of Ninth street and Commercial
avenue, on next Monday and Tuesday
evenings. Refreshments in abundance
will be provided for those who may at
tend. On Monday evening, a fine gold
headed cane will be voted to the moat
popular candidate lor county cierk. 'it
He was young and handsome, and
as ho lay opposite Callgher's mill with
his entire nasal appendage ceycrcd from
its place, many sympathetic passers-by
were beard to exclaim, "what a pity."
The newt spread rapidly, and before the
lapse of half an hour a cruel butchers'
wagon arrived on the scene, and the
porker's piteous cries were last heard
nearlng the Mississippi levee.
Mrs. S. Williamson Is marking down
her goods, and is now selling straw hats
at prices lower than ever. She is now
offering butt which heretofore
sold at 75 fonts to one dollar, for
35, 40 and 50 cents, and all
other goods In proportion. Iler stock ot
flowers is very large and range from 10 1
cents to $2 In price. The price lor press t
lag and rcmodling straw hata lias been ;
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to 20 and 30 ;
oents. Mrs. W. Invites all inspection of i
her - oods and prices. tf
Having taken charge of the grocery
establishment at tbe corner ot Four
teenth street and Washington avenue,
and put in one of the largest and best
Assorted stocks of family groceries ever
exhibited in Cairo, Messrs. Pettit A
Bird are now ready for business, and In
vite the attention of the public to their
house. They have given special atten
tlon to the selection ot
their goods, and having purchased
for cash are prepared to compete
with any other house in the
city on sugar, coflee, syrups,
teas, hams, baeon, canned goods, and in
fact everything in the grocery aid
provision line. They will always keep
on hand eholce lresh butter, eggs, and
all kinds of country produce. They will
deliver goods In any part ot the city
free of charge and on short notice.
Messrs. Pettis A Bird solicit a share of
the patronage of our citizens, believing
that they can give them better bargains
than san be obtal ned else where. I m
Phil Beat Brewing Oo.'a Xilwaukee
Lager Bear' Henry Brelhan , agen t.
Oorreapondenoe aoliolted. 6t
The following are the letters remain
ng uncalled for at the postofflcc at Cairo,
Illinois, Saturday, November 3, 1877:
Allen, Addie; Casks, Ella; Drake, A .
I..; Ellis, Jane; Hcrrln, Belle; Hall, S.;
Hendricks, Jemima; Kimmell, Annie;
Martin, Ella; Moren, Nellie; O'Connor,
Julia; O'Callahan, B.; Phillips, Jessie;
Pine, Mattle; Shaw, Minnie; Simmons,
Eliza; Taylor, Margaret; Tomlin, K. J.;
Vanhorn, Elizabeth; Walker, Chestlna;
Watson, Theo.; Williams, Mary,
. Ashbrook, Fraak; Atlklns, Thos.; Bry
ant, P. B., Brown, Jas.; Balrde, John;
Booker, R. S.; Cunbach, Mr.; Cunning,
ham. A. U.; Casper, John; Elliott, G. 8.;
Edmonds, Geo.; Emmons, J. C; English,
Jas; Fink, C. M.; Fry, J. K.; Fletcher,
Stephen; Hughes, C. W.; Hoffnagcl, G.
D.; Henry, Jesse, Harper, Wm.; Jones,
Paul; Jayncs, J. L.; Lynch, Ben.; Lewis,
C. F.; Lewis, James, E,; McCune, Geo.;
McKeen,J L; Madison. Nelce; Mattlson,
Phll;McClary, Wm; Oyerhalt Bros; Tar
ker, Willis; Rogcrson, W W; Rogers.
And; Robinson, J; Rouse, R G; Roun
trce, Saml; Spengcl, Allen; Slawson, H;
Schelt, Robt; Terrell, Wm; Wlllougbly,
V C; Wilson, WT; White, W M.
Persons colling for the above w ill please
Geo. W. McKkaio, P. M.
Tnere le Danger Abend.
' When those usually active little organs,
the kidneys are neglectful of their duties
and grow sluggish, fatty degeneration,
Bright' s dheaso. diabetes, aud other dan
gerous malladict, are the result of neglect
to remedy this inactivity by medicinal
means. When tho all important fuue
Hons of the kidneys are imperfectly dis
charged, those organs need stimulating,
and the best posslblo agent for that pur
pose slnco It performs its office without
exciting them Is Hostettcr's Stomach
Bitters, which, in combination with Its
tonic and tatbartio properties, possesses
valuable qualities at a diuretic. Both
klineys and bladder are strengthened by
ttaud the vigor which It imparts to them,
and the gentle but effectual Impulse
which it glyes to their operations, it the
best possible guaranty against their be
coming diseased. The bitters are Invalua
ble In other respects as well as the above
since they remedy general debility, uter
ine troubles, chills and fevor, dyspepsia,
constipation, gout, rheumatism, and
Mr. Albert Grlndler It aow receiving
orden for shade and fruit trcet, All
those wishing trees tet on their premises
may leaye their orders at E, W. Tble
leck't grooery-storo, or at the residence of
Mr, Grlndler, at the corner ol Locuit and
Twtntyiecond ttreeti. '
a1-. 1--JPJ-J ..Hi I n. i,
tJulatkl t'onntjr lleun,
(from UiePuluki l'jtiim, Nov. 1,1
Mr. W. 11. Uooppaw ot Villa Ridge
nas sold out his Interest In the sawmill
at Hodges Park iu Alexander county.
Jt Is now claimed that tho telephone
transmits the smell ot lager and somo ot
our candidates would like to rent an In
strumcnt or two.
A novel sight lu this county was the
pleudid lour-mulu team of Mr. John
McDowell, on our streets last Sat
urday, driven by one line. It was a new
thing on the streets of Mound City and
suggestlvo of the new day in our pros
perity, long looked for.
The highest aim of the criminal law
yer of this day is to sec how olten lie can
cheat Justice in aiding criminals to es
cape punishment. The highest aim of
the state's attorney is to pin his llftcen
dollars every time. .
-A lecture will be delivered at Villa
Ridge a week from to-night, Thursday.
November 8th, by Dr. Wardner of Cairo,
at the school house, beforo the Yonncr
People's Literary Society. Subject: The
Perceptor of the Senses. Admission fee
10 cents. The subject is intensely inter
esting anil abounding la strange and
wonderlul truths, and the doctor is
abundantly able to instruct and delight
Mr. John McDowell, lute of Brazil.
Indiana, arrived in town last Thursday
evening, t our car-loads of mactiinery
and teams arrived Friday evening, and
Saturday raorntng the men were unload
ing and transterrmg to the factory 1 Mr.
McDowell brought but one man with him
and will hire all his help here if he can
get them to suit. c understaud it will
take some three weeks hard work to get
the planing mill in full blast. Success to
the enterprise. Now let us bayc a flour
ing mill-its the biggest thing in this
Phil Beat Brewing Co .'a Milwaukee
Laser Bear. Henry Brelhan, agent.
Correapondenca solicited. tt
T'lio linest cottage in town
Iw Gkokok Fisiikk.
All persons having claims or accounts
against the undersigned are requested to
present the same lor settlement before
Tuesday next. All persons Indebted to
me are requested to call and settle with
out delay. F. D. Reskohd.
Cairo, Noy. 2, 1877. 3t
Mr. Charles Sehocnmeyer has received
a large lot of the celebrated Cobden cider,
(spiel wein) which is beyond all question
the best and purest cider ever sold in this
city. Families desiring it can procure
this cider in quantities to suit, by the
pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties. Persons desiring cider by the bar
relcan havo their orders filled by notifying
Mr. Schoenraeyer at his Ealoon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue. Mr. Schoenraeyer has also Just
received a consignment of tho celebrated
Calllornla Riesling wine, which is
tqual to any Rhino wine. This
wine Is manufactured from the
clrbratod German graj, nnd has no
superior In the country. A ml further, he
keeps Moerleins' beer, the best made,
and a lull line of choice liquors and ci
gars. Call nnd gee Charlie. He Is al
ways glad to sec his friend, nnd will be
found ready to serve tbem. A free lunch
spread every morning at ten o'clock, tf
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. The eauses which
produce it are such as cold, Irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
Ac. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural Implements are manu
lactured, the grinder protects his lungs
from the Injurious effects of the dust
flying oft the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere he de,
scends the shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against lire-damp.
Now It is equally necessary lor those
who are brought in contact with any of
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters.
Try It, Everybody Takea it, Jhil Beat
Brewing Oo.'a Celebrated Milwaukee
Lager. Henry Breihan, agent.
Notice tn Bulltlci-H.
Proposals will be received by the un
dersigncd, building committee of the
Delta City Fire Co., for the erection ol
a 2-story brick lire engine house until
Monday, aov. u, at 7 o'clock p. m., at
the office of Lancaster & Rice, where
plans and specifications may be seen.
Bids will be received for the whole house
complete, or for tho brick work and car
penter work separately. Bidder to furn
ish the material.
The committee reserve the right to rc
J ect any or nil bids.
J. Y. Tl'RNElt.
Cairo, lilt., Nov. 1, 1877.
Jfra. L. J. eara,
N'o. 118 Commercial avenue, Winter's
Block, calls the attention of tho ladies to
ber large stock of fall and winter millln-
sry, ot the latest designs, which she Is
ially receiving from Now York and
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,
the will bold her
. GRAND OPENING,
continuing ono week, and wishes all tho
ladles to call and examlno ber goods.
As hor stock Is large and complete vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
ttook to suit tho most fastidious, and she
will take special orders for anything that
may not be In stock. Ocl l-lm
Waad War king BT nehlnery Far Rale
One Plainer and Matoher, ono Heading
plainer, one Surfaoer and ono Glgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
24-lra Jamxs Beit., t'llio, Ills. '
sioxal siRvica Murom.
station. . uiwwatib. ItiorKul
' FT. IN. FT. i.
Pitubura-....M.M..,. a i I! T"
Cinoinnati 7 7 n
Loiiiivllle a D ,1
Kvanaville 1 II j
i'ailucalt 4 0 u u
(m -...... II i) 4
Ht. l'aut 2 31
I'avenport ! 4 X 2
Keokuk 5 4-3
BJJUmn 11 4 j-,
JAM ESIMTWA f Mis',
Bergtanl HiRniil Mrrvice; U. S. A.
Mr. Ryland Is bock from his New Or-
li ftiis trip, and in writing about the trip
begins his ortlclo thus: "Tho. writer lelt
a wiy on the Clydo In 18.W for New Or
leans, and arrived In that delightful cltv
last week, having gone there by way of
New York aud St. Louis, and lotton..! n
long time by the way."
Tho Hlllman for Faducah, Silverthorne
for Evansvlllo, Belle Memphis for Mem
phis, Golden City and Grand Lako and
barges lor New Orleans, leave this even
ing. The Golden City arrived from the Ohio
yesterday morning with a barge in tow
and about hull a load ol freight. She un
loaded her barge here, made liberal ad
ditions and will fill out below. Tho
Evansville packets brought fv.ir trips.
The Grand Lake left her barges hero to
receive some freight and went south to
help the Bee up. 'I lie Grand Lako will
then go to New Orleans and the Bee to
i nai uavenport snow did not quite
reacn this tar. butitcooled the tempera
ture noticeably. Yesterday was brigh
i ne tn.-if crml to build line locks for the
canal at Muscle Shoals, Tcnn., was ship.
peairom Uiicagoa few days since, and
the work will be pushed to completion
Ihe steam yacht Annie, now ut our
wharf, is from Muskegon aud goes to the
mouth of Red river. From her com
minder, Captain William Mecs, we learn
that sho is 5 years old, of 20 tons burden.
and is 05 foct long, 11 feet 10 inches
beam and draws 5 feet, She has a single
engine 12 by 14 inches, am a propeller
4 leet 10 inches in diameter.
Wanted one good blacksmith to take
charge of a shop to do custom work,
For information apply to
3t Jordan Station, Ky.
The Enroprnii IIofel-Rliipiiun In
Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
lie European Hotel, being well aware
of the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollars per month or lour dol
lars per week, for day board. In con
nection with the European Hotel U ti
first class restaurant where oysters,
gme and all other delicacies will be serv
ed at all hours during day or night, (tf)
Ed. Braxton has returned to hN old
stand in tho Reiser building, where ho is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date Ida patrons nnd tho public who
may favor him with a all. He lias gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
ho has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. He cm
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will havo their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
Ladies and Cents.
Old Hats Made New.
II AS, SIir.LLF.Y.
Xo. 30, EiglithNl rct t.
no a i.
Orders for Coal by the oar-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large oonsumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OUce on wharf bott, foot of Sixth Mrcet.;
Office or Ilullitluy lirothora, oiiiioaite St
Kgyptian Mill, Twentieth atreet.
Coal Pump, foot of Thlrty-eigDth atrect. or
I'oitOflloed rawer W.
of .ill klndi or
Fine Soots A Shoes
The;.Bost of FOREIGN and DO
MESTIC LEATHERS Always
Theatre Building, Cairo HIi.
In Yonttta, Boy
but iKcauxe uarenta I
ente 11 variably aUbolUva Una
.....M..T uwwin uifiu sway : saiunettm and Shod Jim. h,1lv ZAm 1.0.. 'in .
unYUlo'.ito1; ?trii"nJ DWare l Dy Trimmed fl.,,,
-. t ei un- '
FARNBAKER, the Clothier,
Corner 18th Street & Oom'rl AveJ
I Have Opened an
And Toilet Artiolca,
To Which I Call the AltAntinn nt th UnV.HA
ifiVM will inukfl rhn nnnnrein MmnAii.,in. -1 1. . .." &
ialiv w.uyumiuiK ui iiujrsuiana prescripuoBf a spa.
' f Q. E. O'HABA.
REASONS WHY THE
Iflt. Thev are mailenf th h.f ' w l iI"tt
!lnl. Ilesoma are three nlv and maila of the
j. . .
.t', 1 hey are made only t cananle and experteaceil hands, aad ue eeiefull laanaiitaA m
... r!un"rIed by any other In workmanship. ' , tkfaU1 ,,
mi. ihey are guanmtMd to lit aod slva taUtiacUoa laevery particalar. ' ', ". :
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE ONLY BY ; "; '' "'"
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
1 2-t COMMERCIAL AVETOB.'-' ; '
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Washington and Com
mercial Avennes, adjoining
V. Hoissor eft Sen,
Auciionei-rs ami Dealer lu
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th and Commerc'l Ave.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Un. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PEUALatteatloi tlvoa Usailgamiatiaiil '
il Artist Tailor,"
80 OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, Ills.
J. D. DEANE, PrODT
Lata tf tut It Oharlaa. ,
RATES: $2.00 PER DAT
I I I I . :aw.
. .1111 ' I
f J? nSf"ollL J"alT tbeaa ww
bet. and in tnLm,!i
food ganueata held
uu - w fjSM
- - V .!
r"w. w auia accordingly, nia yea
. U' .. 't tw;v
' 4l 'J ,
w .. u i 1 At.
Entire New Stock of
CHEMICALS, - STATIOWlSTtV
. H t i tii.l
(. I J. .-S 1 JIT.
T " li ft '
to all Others :
a t. uirai t.
iitlinn .'..'.h.i. v..i
MranteeA to be all
IAS. kick, a. x., I Prlndpalt
FULL LIFE SCHOURSHIFI tCI C3
JM course of BtuJ
Thoroorh and Vnettia
t in ine onuaa aa
mi to arery ywuac
oru. - ..
ror Uluttratoa Clrnlar, -OetMHllr
7 Ham- f 1 .1 ,
Coffee. Sngavr & Zjmai'
Spooialt7 in Tcib
Goods Dellvsrod Prpeptfyv
" wot A ixv :' f.
, --r .. .ji.ni
Arwart n baad, tat iiliawfcd UtayStt,
a m 1-W )MT,
, ..: . ... 4tt.:u ,-Hi.
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