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bwia, tlm-ln, tic, bard anil i(1 lumlwr and
lilrnU-e. Yenl ami olllw, tuniurvri-iul avrnu ,
Miner 171)1 Street.
t arena ware.
I. II AKTMAN-Umhr in Qureiirware, Tnja.
amiw and ll kinds of lanry art jrl-i. liilulir
Jal iiWiih, o-ruar tb elrnrt.
' rhat frets?.
WIUJAM WrNTKH--Siith atrart In-lweca
miniUlarMiut and Washisgton avtniie.
(latbiBa; aad Mervnant Tailoring,
JOHN ANTRIM-Mrrcliant Tailor and dtnti-r
tu KMBdy Mailt Udllung. ,t Ohio 1T,
Heal KstaU Agencies.
M. J. HOWLET-IUsl Katate Afrol.. Huja
nd aelle real estate, eullwta ru, iwyl taiaa
. lor BiiD-rMideula.tta. Cftiniuertiial avaaue, ba
i wwa Ktota ad 'iVolh etiwls.
miUob sad Tolaoeo ranters ami ero-
uiiMun ih sanuwa' loiwere wannouM,
'Ja 147 Cemmmarclal Aranne. -
i AM'Kil YOHT
iirvni Forwarding and Conimieaion
aurrnhaot, eale of 'aiui, iai'lcn, Or-
iiara ita usjry rronuoa. amnio uevrr,
n Vuksuhx a i;o.-
Ji Uenacal Forwarding and Cninmhalon
.uarvtiauw, and dfaJrra in all Unite of r mil and
taYMtdjace. MOhloU-raa. t.bnaijruuienM tolte
, aki. UtaaeiU teraiaiMd on aaplinaiioai. .
AfU Or ABVKairlNIHW.
IJMil Mils for adTattiainf , art iw awl pay
4W M aaWAJrca
TraaataBl adTortiainc will inwrtol at Ik
rata of 1 M par aquar for Ike flni iMcrtinn
m4 b" wta (ui aaa aubawjaaat ona A lilnrai
ailaaouivUlboBiada sa ataadinft anddiail
Vot tunwUtf runcral notln II M .Votle of
trwit'Tt tf f1-f ; ''' '"" tu(rir
CbawA, IwWr, Faalil and Supper noticta
WMI alr Ba BMartad at adarUrBnu
S UTartianuaat will ba raoail at IMa Uiaa
aa aaatt, aad ao ataniMJutnl will bt inavrtad
rot Laaa Itaaa thr dollara par month
SATURDAY. XoTember 10, 177.
Tuesday Nov. 13
Solid Silver Cornet Band,
.Superb and Cottitlete Orcbettrt.
ttwervad iaU without .tra charge at
ii&nmaa'a juenware Store.
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. OYK XICJHT OXLY !
Monday Nov. 12.
Primrose & west s
Master Band of the World.
1b an elegant, ehaate and unapproachable
. programme of noreltloa.
Admiaaion 10 cent). Beaened rteata 75
cents. Seata can be secured at Ilartman'i
r hltiB and tilae. Store.-
CH18. B. Gristk, Agont.
Mr. Cbarici Scboenmeyer liaa received
a large lot ot the celebrated t'obden elder,
( iifilel weln) which Is beyond all question
the best and purest cider crcr sold in this
city. Families desiring It can procuro
r this cider In quantities to suit, by Uie
pint, quart or gallon, or in larger quanti
ties. Porsoiw desiring cider by tlio bar
rel can have their orders filled by notily lng
Nr. Scboenmeyer at his saloon at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
Avenue. -Mr. Scboenmeyer has also just
received a consignment of the celebrated
California Itleillng wine, which is
equal to any llblno wine. This
wlno is manufactured from ' the
celebrated German franc," tnd has no
superior In the country. And further, he
keeps Moerleins' beer, the best made,
and a lull tine of choice liquors and el
gars. Call and see Charlie. Ho Is al
ways glad to see bis friend j; and will bo
found ready to serve them. : A free lnnch
spread every morning at ten o'eloek. tf
1 n m.tM alt1 IJafnliAP na Ifatofllna
plainer, one Surfacer and ons GlftaW
machine, for which I will take lumber lu
jiayment. For terms apply to
H-lm JamuBsli, Vllln.Illi.'
VMUs KaW Webb h it yi-tctilay on a
Visit) tofiiuml l Anna, nnl will Iw all-
Wilt NOIIIClillM'- ,
-The Kuiili ami Kvuily rirt- cuinimiiy
has akect Utu (ity i.oiincll to buy lr tli' tn
3")0 Iwt litK'll (IH(
ricklur, the wgro, lu i-, brutally
Umt libj wilt: a low ibys xirnr, was ir
kiisiid Oil rl'bt liumllTit ilollarM dail.
IVrry 1'owifH linn iietitluncd tbo
uimivll fur the inlvihiicu ul lucin; xtock
Scales ou his i1ai!v'oii Coiniiurcial uv.n
u;. Miiy liU' prayer be 'xninlc'l li nr
Kdwarti A liiider, curuer of Wash
ington avenue and Xtli ttrci'l, m celtin
now holding goods every day. Call mid
The city eouneil will meet In regular
Vision on Tuesday cveulii','. iio far ax
known llio business to In) transacted If.
simply routine and of no fpcclul import-,
auee. . ' .
DN, in this city on Thursday, Nov.
Sth, ot heart dUeaseMra. Ann IV
wiio of William llnrrcll and third ibifgli-
terof Dr.I. Arter, In theCOthyparof her
An cxocedinly plwrSant sociable and
danee took plaoo at tho Odd-Fellows
hall lat Friday night. Excellent music
was in attendance and dancing wns the
principal feature of the occasion.
There will be a fpctial meeting of the
county commissioners one week from to
morrow, Jgnday, November 10th. We
do not know for what purpose the nvN
in is held.
Mtas Wclton, sister lo " utter" Wel
ton, arrived in this city Thursday, ami
will immediately take nn active part in
tho discharge of the duties ol Mr. Wel
t'ofcooth diaturbed foeiiiiffj bioulit
on by a eld, and to cure coughs, croup,
and hoarseness, give Ir. Bull's Cough
Syrup a trial, which can be ba l at drug
No one can develop the grace ol
meekness by listening to a crying baby.
Stop its frettulness by enrlng tbo colic
with Ir. Bull's baby syrup. Trice 2"i
The work of putting down new sHc
walk in place of those destroyed by lire
at the comer ot Klghteeuth street and
Commercial avenue, was commenced on
We stated a lew Oars ngo that the
Odd Fellows at their lokl uieetiug bad
concluded to have a ioclablc every week.
This, was wrong. One sociable every
mouth was w bat they decided on.
"Peep O'Day alarru''clocka,the mot
perfect and convenient time keeper in the
market. Will go In any position, auJ is
s stem winder. At Kdward A. lluder's,
comer Wnhinpton avenue and Kigbth
On Tuesday ami Wednesday even
ings Dr. Ilcyuolils will bold meetings at
Mound City and introduce hU work there.
Our people who ure interested thotild
Dr. Reynolds, The Ketormcr, was
practieing physician in Bangor, Maine,
lor fourteen years, and is a member of
the Episcopal church of that city, but
not a "ilev." as he Is sometimes called,
Miss Aunlo Pitcher will soju leave
Cairo to accept a situation as chorister in
one of the leading St. Louis churthes,
Miss Pitcher's departure from Cairo
will be a loss which will be keenly frit by
her many friends in Cairo.
Mr. Rextord, late ot the Planter s
House, will leave the city this alternoon
for Ccntraiia,where be tukes charge ol the
railroad house. Mr. Retford carries with
him tho beet wishes of tho people of
The largest stock and most beautiful
designs of Silver Plated ware ever
brougt to this city, now to be found at
the old and reliable house ot Edward A.
Buder, corner Eighth street and Wash
ington avenue.. 11-lMw.
Tho morning services in the Presby
terian and Methodist churches will be
conducted as usual, but at night there
will be no services at either of these
churches, because of the meeting of Dr.
Reynolds at the Planters' warehouse.
Edward A. Buder, corner Washing
ton avenue and 8th street, established in
this city in 1SC1, Is prepared to make all
styles of Jewelry on short notice. Call
and see some of the new work just fin
Wo understand that tho man who
was caught under the abed which loll on
Eighth street some time ago, has not been
confined to Ids bed ever since, nnd is not
expected to be ablo to do work fcr six
months to come.
W hllo the city authorities arc In tlio
street .filling humor, wo desire to call
their attention to the almost Impossible
condition of the road at Eleventh and
Walnut streets. A tew wagon loads of
dirt at this placo would not be misplaced.
Ladies will find at Edward A. fin
der's, corner Eighth street and Washing
ton avenue, some beautiful and stylish
presents for gentlemen, just received. An
Inspection of his goods before purchasing
elsewhere, will probably prevent after
disappointment, , 1101-1 w.
Sunday-schools at 2:30 p. m. to-day
at ' the r Methodist- and Presbyterian
churches, after which all men attending
theso schools, as well as all others, aro
Invited to repair to the Planters' whare
house, where the Red Ribbon Reform
Club will be organized.
All tbo highest f rades ot Watches, at
Edward A. Buder's corner ot Rlh street
and Washington avenue, ills stock Is
complete,and composed ol gold and silver
cases, stem and key winders, American,
Swiss and English manufacture, and will
furnish at the very lowest possible fig
ures. Compart his prices before pur
chasing elsewhere, IMMw
11as.uk' Cud Livi-kUii , I.i.mk and
Wu,iCiii:nnv A pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for CoiiNUipptlon, Scrolu
In, Debility, ( to. Now U the lime lo iipc
It. .fnu. C Bikit A Co., Drujjgi-iU,
II yolir time pieey i out of order, do
not riilritf-t H to uu Inferior workman
who will prulinlily permanently injiiiu
and lessen Its value. Ethvnrd A, Butler,
corner bth f treet anil W asbingtou ayeuue,
employes ot:ly competent and cxperienc
ed workmen, and guarantees Kitislaction.
, , IMMw
Mr. .loct'lyn.lhe well known and pop.
ulur tleulist, is bc'.oiiiing famous lor the
excellence ol his work find tho prompt,
ness with which In: dons all work en
trusted to liui). The Doctor stands at
the head of hi -j profusion in this portion
of the State, and hi" practice U hfcom'ng
larger every day.
Violin fctiing.i, guitar tftiin--, pe,
bridges, bows and other musical material
to be had ut Edward A. limicr'ii, corner
tli street and Washington avenue. Ho
has JiHt increased his sto;:k of these
goodii, and now has (he most complete
assortment to be found in the south or
Mrs. S, Williamson Is marking down
her goods, anil Is now wiling straw huts
at prices lower than ever. Sho is now
oflerlng hats which . heretofore
8M nt "5 wnts to one dollar, for
;)), 10 and 50 rents, and all
other goods in proportion. Her Mock of
flowers is very large on l range from 10
eiiils to $2 in priec. The price lor press
ing and remodling straw hats has been
reduced from 35 and 50 cents to iO and 30
cents. Mrs. W. Invites iili lpapeotion of
her oo Is nnd prices. tf
The Centaur I. inlmeiit-i ar the great
est remedies ever discovered lor all flesh,
bone and inueln ailments bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheiimatl-ni, "till' joints,
etc. hut i ho White Liniment does lor
the human lamily, the Vellow Liniment
does lor horses and animals. They ure
cheap, they arc convenient, and they are
certain In their cfl'eets. ll-ll i:)w
It is estimated by the bc;t informed
that the acreage ot wheat sown in South,
erfl Illinois this full is fully forty per
cent, greater than one year ago. At this
rate, should the yield next year lie as
good as this year, the quantity of wheat
In Southern Illinois will simply be Uu
mense, and with fair prices our farmers
will bephced on the high roa i to pro.
Children cry lor Pitcher's Castoria.
It Is as pleasant to lake as honey. It
contains no morphine cr other deleter
iovs Ingredient, and is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, a;id overcome Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting leeth.
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who u-e CastorK ft Is barm
less, it is certainly speedy, nnd It is
cheap. il ll-Dw
The funeral of the late .Mrs. Wm. E.
Ilarrcli will take plucu lrom the family
residence, at tbo corner of Twelith and
Locust s'reels this afternoon. The
funeral services will bo conducted by
Rev. Mr. Morrison at 1:30 p. man l the
remains taken to Villa Ride for inter
ment by fpeclal traliSt 2:30. Tbo
lrieuds and aequuiufcuiees of the lanffly
arckvited to bc.reetit,
Araiffeooclock this afternoon Dr.
Henry .Reynolds '1 ho Reformer will
hold a meeting at the Planters Tobacco
Warehouse for the organization of a
"Reform Club"' the badge of membership
to which is a red ribbon tied on by tlte
Doctor who says he adopted this idea
simply because be preferred to have the
red iu his button bole in preference to bis
nose. This club is tor men only and
therefore ladies are not invited to attend
this afternoon meeting.
To-morrow, Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock, Dr. Reynolds will hold a meeting
at the Planter's warehouso for the pur
pose of organizing a "Woman's Temper
anee Union;" and to this meeting only
ladies are Invited to attend. The badge
or membership in these unions is white.
As wo have said before, the Doctor's
methods are original nnd independent,
and ho believes, among other things,
that the cause prospers better by keeping
these organizations separate.
The "Bono mui Niuen "
Of our country have olten especially
about election time been mado tbo Bub-
jctt ot laudation; but when those useful
parts of the human structure become too
Visible In consequence ot leanness, Uiey
can scarcely bo called graceful. The eye
dullgbts not to dwell unon aiiD-els and
ridges In cither man or woman. More
over, extreme emacltatlon Is a sign oj
Imperfect digestion and consequent pov
erty of the blood. Both
these evils arc remedied bv
Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, which rcn-
dcr digestion an assimilation certainties,
In consequence of which tho blood nc
quires richness and tho body substance.
Thus arc the hollow places filled up and
the angles rounded oil, Through the In-
strumciitality of this peerless aid to dN
gestion and nromotor of Dlivslc.il well
being, the bodv rnnldlv calns In vlaror.
color returns to tho hollow cheek, the
appctito improves, nervous symptoms
vanish, and a liealthliil impetus Is given
to eyery vital functlou.
AT Till: NAME Ol.n NT AN l.
not "nirlniril HIiiiKPir" but .MiiIhimi
j . , . "Hlmseir Ag-itlii."
Mr. S. Mutson desires to nnnonuco to
tho citizens of Cairo and tho surround
.ng country, that ho has returned lrom
California, and again casting bis lot In
Cairo, has opened a now stock of BOOTS
AND SHOES nt tbo sumo old stand, No.
110 Washington oyentio, bajvcoii Eight
and Ninth streets, where, while thanking
his old friends lor their past patronage,
ho desires to shako hands with them, and
supply them and many new customers
with anything they need In his lino. Ills
stock Is coming right In every day, and
.i tho.bcst tho market a (lords. All are
nvltod to cull. 27-1 m
, Amiivcniriil Mention.
To-morrow oudTucslay evening ihc
imiiisiiueiiNoying portion of our coins
iimiiity willhaye an opportunity u, ,vit
iicm tho perfoi inaiieos ol two ol the best
mid mot celebrated minstrel Iroupei In
thu country. iVniitrrnw, Mond iy night,
Barlow, Wilson, Primrose A, Wm'g
woudeiful combination will be at the
uthcneuin.aiid we have, no doubt thry will
be greeted by a lull house. The liuflalo
N. '.,'(ttrier of n recent date t iys ol
Harlow, Wil ion, "I'riuirotjC A
Minstrel gave their Hist two eutertaini
incuts at bt. James Hall la-t iv niu-'.
As a troupe it was their first Introdie?'
linn li llllll iN, Inn (.1 (lie iinlivi.lii-,1 .....
formers the priuiipals are old and pnpu.
iur acipiuiiiuuieei. iiiu siu)w uiey gave
iv:i.s euioli:ilir:iliv i.niiil. uit li nimi.
-.j n - - i .'Mviwua
novel lealiires, and everything well doue.
in me nrsi pan uie singing was ol an ex
ccllent ordei ; the gas and comic sayings
were refreshingly new and Irrcslstably
liuiny. I u the olio entertainment
Mr. V.- M. Hall's b.uijo solos were
Capitally rendered nnd he was encoreil
repeatedly. George Wilson's specialties
were amusing, auu i rnnrose ainl West's
songs and dances kept the home in an
uproar. Milt Barlow's Impersonation of
the old darkey was likewise a great per
formance. Primrose and West dunce u
real elegant doublo clog, and the pro
graminee concluded with a .sldc-splitmg
alter-pieee entitled "Worrying an Kdf
tor." The audience was most generous
with applause. Everything was applaud,
ed and everything had to be repeated.
On Tuesday night Harry Robinson's
great troupe, with its "six end men,"
will give one of their unrivaled en
tertainments. OCthis troupe, tin St. Joe.
Mo.,j(!ar.ctf( of October 13th says:
"A large and seieet audience greeted
Harry Robinson's minstrels at the opera
hollM! lust lik'lil. 'I Lo i'iiIIiti iv:ia rn.o il.
ed, the balcony was well tilled, anH the
punpiette and Hress circle was comlorl
ublv Heated with the best of -4t. .Inunili'i
citizens to enjoy un evening of solid
laiigu. .iiiuges as soieinn and grave us
a seat on the wool sue!; e.in make them,
were there with their wives and families,
und learned doctors, with all the other
professions well represented. Ex-gov.-.
ernors with their ladles, men-bants and
bankers, patricians and politicians all
relaxed from e.in. r.t twrg llml ami
Joined in the continual laugh and enthus
iasm from rise to drop of curtain. This
is simply Wiu best band of minstrels that
lias ever visited mir r-ifv nr u-.ILod Uu.
rm.mi4 nr onr nmiri imncn 'i im ch un.
did audience put them on their metal,
anil they performed all of their magnili
cent bill, mid threw In sevcrul choice
moreeaiis for good count. The warb
ling, baiuiuii and comic sonj's are as
nnilriv ncrl'i'i't nt na nutailili. in t lu.ir fl-iu
of minstrelsy. The make up for the com-
icaniies aim uances nre immense. 1 ne
clog dancing Is truly what they declare
"ine liimst in uie worm. ' t,eorge Jtob
Inson, in his female Impersonation, ear-
rieu uio nouse Dy florin, saiiier, witn
bis baby elephants, is wonderfully ludi
crous. The 1 uighable afterpiece is good,
but rather ext warrant even, for a min
strel troupe. Taken all In all, it is the
best amusement, and liable to lees cii-
S'ure than all others combined. e hope
soon to announce them again, and lor
more than one night. The si cond night
would he a perleet OTatlon if Uiey would
consent to remain. Count Harry Robin-
tmi'c nitnelr.l bi llm v.,-,r l.i.wt ti ni,-.
you more good, solid laugh than" nil
omen i-iiieiiioi .
-Afewpiuln worde lo thoFulilio, wlio
are Intereated when making their pui
ohaaea ror the Fall and "Winter, uapec
tally of Boota and Shoes, that they ob
tain their "money's worth-" This they
ar entitled to, no more nor less, and the
inquiry with them la, '' whuro can we
trade moat aatisfaotorily." Thia may be
answered at A. Bluck's, th City Shoe
Store, 140.Commercial avenue for the
following reaaone ;
1st. They Unve the largest assortment
and etock in Southern Illinois, whioh
is ample to meet the wants of every one.
2d. They buy only from manufacturers,
and as jobbers-thcreby obtaining; the
very first figures.
3d. That, although, they purchase lar
ger, and effect the largest business in
Southern Illinois, they manage to do so
at comparatively small expense-hav
ing no outside employees or runners to
assist them and are content with mod
They therefore offer to the publie and
patrons generally the opportunity these
advantages afford them of purchasing
their boots and shoes during the fall and
winter by tbe aingle pair at the earn
price) the same ;ooU nrc aolil at
uliolfkulc, and nt len.tt 1.1 per ci-iit
Icnh Ihnn rim lis hoII by nity oilier
lioime in tho -lly. We insert lliui we
ure nlile to ! Ililn, ami n ue nre am
lone lo sell goods fur the united
benefit of ourelve nnd luihlje ne
oflt-r lliem at the nninc extruordluary
low rnles. furthermore, we will tln-
pllente ituy goods ofTeretl Mt nny olh
cr home in thlwrlty or vicinity nt 15
per rent le tlmii they sell them nt
Ail our drinrtincnls nre complete,
nnd constat of freali, Reasonable nnd
stylish good. The specialties lu
One goods kept only hy us nre offered
nt great bnrgilns, Including n Inrge
line; of gentlemen's Indies' mill boys'
silk cmhroldcred slippers for the
A, Hl.M li N CITY SHOE SJTOltr.
o. Ill) I'ommorrlnl nvenue
Mm. L. J. Mpearx,
No. US Commercial nvcnuo, Winter's
Mock, calls the attention of tlio ladies to
3cr largo stock of fall and winter millin
ery, of tho latest designs, which sho Is
Jally receiving from New York nnd
MONDAV, OC-TOHKIl 22,
sho will bold b r
sontinulng ono week, and wishes all Iho
ladies to call and examine her goods.
As her stock Is large and eomplcto vis
itors can rest assured of finding her
;tock to sulttho mo-t fastidious,; and sho
will tako special orders for anything that
may not bo In slock. Ocl l-lm
Is so eoinmon In tho country ns scarcely
to need comment. Tho causes which
produce It aro hhcIi as cold, Irregular
living1, overexertion, low fplrits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
fco. la large cities whoro edgo tools
nnd agricultural Implements aro manu
factured, tho grinder protects his lungs
from tlio Injurious cllects of tho dust
Hying oil tho grindstone by wearing a
respirator, Tho coal miner cro i ) i'e
sconds tlio shaft provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against fire-Jam p.
Now It Is equally necessary fo? tboso
who aro brought In contact with any of
tho causes loading to Intermittent fever,
to provldo themselves , with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against It, the home stomach bitters,
SKiNAI, MKRVICK ItKl'OUT.
' an mmwrrrz: iiiaiv,
low WATsn. Kite or In I
tt. w. rt. in .
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Tho liver should bo straightcd up, it
is a i-nliliHtc waste of raw material lo
I' I il remain so.
The Cherokee U due Inun ( im-imiuti
for New Orleans.
'I hc raiiehou is coming irom the Uliio
for New Orleans.
H is reported ut Pittsburg that the
Mis-i-sippl Valley Transportation Com.
pany bat purchased the lowboat My
Choice. It tiit.y my tlit-y own a good
The Jim Fisk tor Puducah, C. , An
derson for Evausville, City ot VIcksburg
nr due to-day.
Tho side wheel Evausville packets nre
booked to resume this week.
Cupt. S. Stut Neal is superintending
uie niiiiiiing ortiio now insane Asvluru
at Indianapolis, and dipt. Reub. E. has
tlio contract for the entire Iron work,
which will probably nquire'a year ortwo
more to complete. The contract was
awarded w lien iron was much higher
than at pn si nt, which gives him a very
The whole distance from Cairo to the
Ciillt is about l.llil ii, ll, .a l,oii.
and less than 550 In an air line," with 271
ita-i inn m low water, ami 322 in lii.-h.
Ciiicaoo, November S. The Tribmit't
Keokuk special say a the Northern Line
steamboat Alex. Mitchell sunk.tour miles
below that city, this evening at 5 o'clock.
She struck a sniiir. and went ilnwn in Imii
nn hour, the water coming two feet above
dicks. All of the 75 passengers got oil
safely, but eomo 200 tons ol freight Is
dainaecd. the sumo hunt em,L- ,...n-
B.irlingtoii, last August.
tlilliucry anal I'auey G noils.
Mrs. c. McLean, Eighth street be
tween Vashinton and ('oinmerciiw
aveiuics, is Just in receipt of an elegant
ami complete stock of Millinery and
Fancy (joods ol every kind. Among
other articles wo nny mention that she
is selling line black straw bats in all the
latest styles at Irom 40 to 50 cents; ele
gant patterns at prices lower than was
ever tillered to the trade; tlowers and
feathers from 10 cents to $1; silks and
velvets in all the new shades at prices to
suit, lu the hosiery for ladies and child
ren lino her stock Is not equaled by any
other establishment in the city, and she
asks 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 tbo fame kind ol
1,'oods can be bought elsewhere in this
market. She solicits an examination o
,ier stock und prices, believing that she is
prepared, to please all whom may favor
her with a call in both. Ladies desiring
to have hats pres-cd can havo the same
Jone for lrom 25 to 35 cents. 5 7tf
Mrs. r.inline M. l'illsl.iirj , l lei lrie
imi. With medicated baths, would Invite the
atte.itlon ol the .-ick, and those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, female complaints, catarrh and
all impurities of the blood. Her system
of treatment Is pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are given; she has been very
successful for a number of years, and
she doc3 not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there Is any constitution fo build
Having engaged tbe bath-rooms of Dr.
Arter on Tenth street, between Wa;hlng
ton avenue and Walnut streef, where
she will at all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-lin
A ew Hoarding Ilonso.
Mrs. Guffney has taken charge ot tho
largo bouse at the corner of Seventh
street nnd Washington avenue, where
sho will conduct a boarding house. She
is refurnishing the house throughout
with excellent furniture, and is now
ready to receive boarders and entertain
them in first-class style, giving to them
all tbo comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gnflney has had
many years experience in boarding house
and hotel management, and leels conll
dent that she Is capable and able to give
better accommodations for less money
than any other boarding house in the
city. She solicits a share ot public pat
Tu tbe I'ubllc. '
The undersigned wishes to Inform tho
citizens ol Cairo that ho will be ready in
a short time to furnish them with all
kinds of trees, such ns fruit-trees of every
description, Shade-trees, Flowers,
Shrubs, Plants, Evergreen trees, for
Christmas, of different kind and sizes,
at the lowest prices nnd terms. There
fore, send in your orders early to havo
them on hand in tlmo. . AH information
given on application. Orders to bo left
at Edward Thielecko's grocery Btore, on
Eighth s'reet; Krnest Pettlt's, on Twenty-eighth
street nnd Commercial avenue;
Motealf, corner 1 Mvlsion and Washing
ton avenue; or to Albert Orindlcr him
self, or through tho postofllce.
A FKW OF THE I'lUCKS AT
PJSTTIS & BIRD'S,
1 Ith AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
1 lb Rio Cortcc 1 00
i lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 23
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
6 Bars Soap 25
C )al Oil. per gallon 25
And all oilier goods very cheap.
Also, just received, a choice lot of Pure
Spices, Mdstard, English Tablo Sauco
Cull and see us. 24-Ct
Willi our Krrlsonsilrei.i.etl In the height
uianded by old taneml tf.pmre lcaliog,
Lock at our soldiers I 'reared in the nobbled of goods, taking lik they had hlfti
luriied Uom drtiM.paradc." Hot a mlMlt-uot a garnieut aoiled-uot one fade-s
I'll) tn llfl kfll-ntinl liliHnn urttti.A.I
. , .. , ..v. w iHiru i
1 1) in no eciu nut U uuiion wanieu.
Trcaaiiry and t onmils-iiry full for time
Look At Our Beseigers
Led on by that mii-t ancient fraud, '-King hhoddy," and followed by a dtwrniUsd
liot. In numbers, ten to one dreaaed in cheap gooJt ot the King's own manafaeture
siionnv. .Not a lit conte a la Jacob panta abort enough for-wadlag
purpoeer scams open and buttons scarce almost unknown. Taa
moths fceineil to a bad a real jolly time. Treasury ue
ComiulHsary empty and no hope ol repllabing until the Fort is taken. ' Ho hope aSttey
have been battling at our Fortress for time Immemorial, but not a single advantage kaf
been gulied, but iloerters ran be counted by the thousand. Still the tight f Ml bravely
The Lord t-Us us to believe In that which
be agninst m?
To the renders of (lie Biti.litin: Buy good good i well-made, and have s fuU peviKat
hemain in the Kort, Have nothing to do with "aboody goodl, for you Will always be
euipty-pocketed. . , ,
We keep cothlng, but good goods well-made In our bouae. No "shoddies" boOf fat by
us at any price. . ..
We intend to and live and dlo In the '-Fort." : -u ,;::! :.?
FARNBAKER, the Clothier,
Corner 18th Street & OomVl AviA G
I nave Opened aa
And Toilot Artlolca, ;
To Which I Call the Attention of the Public ) '
tTl will make the accurate compsandlng of physicians prescriptions a' loe
filaliy. O. E. OUAatA;
T . T.
Dttv flBB BBP
DU1 AflD mi
Is Preferred to all Others ,
l. Tlicyaremaileol the boat "WAMsfTTA" MC8IJN. - ' -
lui. r.ssoins nre thrca ply and nin'te of the beat linen, eacb Bly beisg raanuileed ta ke al
:irl, They are made onU bv capable ami experienced bands, and are earenUIf iaepeeted 1b4
are unsuriiaaaed by auy oilier in workmanship.
Ith. TlieyareguarauteediolltandgiTsaatlal'actiunlaeverypartleuUr. ' " " '
Try Them and
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods. Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
124 COMJIEItOAL AXEmSMTrnL
Ed. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in the Reiser building, where he la
better prepared than ever to aooommo
,1ato his patrons and tho public who
may favor him with a call. He bas 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 em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment t
Yon Can Have
Money by getting your building materia
ol Lancaster & Itioe, They are selling lum
ber at mill prices; a large amount of white
pioo and cypress shingles ot the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pine shin
gle8 at $1.73 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 25 cents each; white pine floor
ing at $22.50 per thousand; pine siding
at $13.00 per thousand. Try your luck
with this firm. tf.
At $"." cash, a good six-octovo piano,
worth to thoso having uso lor it $100.
Refer to M. Kiicbno as to value and con
dition. Apply to
x. a. ir..M ,
Western I'nlon Telegraph ofllce.
UIUIVN II Vil
and all kinds Country Produce.
03 Ohio Lovse, Cairo. Ilia.
Tyat. b. sun
Physician 6c Surgeon, '
Offlne In Winter's IMook, eornr BafnXk laa
Gommcrelal Avaatie, (aaaTaaee on Sarsatt.
ItelideaesThrrteenlb Itrwl.erealot Wa8ln(fioa
Allien mm ra
ii'lJJjlLA" ""'.: syiitijiMMLta. i .... .fit
BaaBBaal aasaBBBaBj BBfaa'aaasa) ' ' Mlt' w J
Ne st'sJL I 111 -
. i i ...i
o( f iihiou-Kond goods and well tttdfc etas
dressed In aiTlile glory. 7,
iivi n m mcub BUlim UVI, PBt IBIlBt&B,IJi B
eternity. Krerythlng It ill bapplnw,
. , i ' t .
li good ; and if the Lord la for ns, waa sal
- . . .-, , . .
Entire New stock of
! ' t t.
REASONS WHY THE ' ; i
3 En IL tb
be Convinced J-
DEALElt IN. "
I" 4 '- a 1
Cheny ; Pectof i
i -'.ft inMtBv.'
Throat anal !
1 1 1-fi'
Couch. BnAaBiUa '
The reputation it luysitjiaaSot
consequence of the marvfWM mvfm H '
has produced daring the last half ,,
tury, is a sufficient awuraaee to Om
public that it will continue to rcaUt
the happiest results that caa bt dsetrsel1 J
In almost every section of aoaatrj '
there are persons, publicly ksMaVt
have been restored from alanatiu aatfj
even desperate diseases of Um M9,'
by its use. AU who have trW It sv
knowledgo Its superiority and WfMlw -Its
vjrtues arc known, no ona Imitate f
as to what medicine to employ to rs
lieve the distress and auffcrlaf pesMar
to pulmonary atrectlous. Quur ltssv '
toiial always affords Instant rtller, sad .'
performs rapid carts of the. aalldar rav
rietles of bronchial disorder, as wstae
the more formidable diseases tf t
As a safeguard to children, atsid .
the tllstressiuy dlseajes wklcb beeet
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
Is Invaluable for, by Its UaMiy aaav
Ninitituiies are mcaea ana reoteratw '
health. .r , "";'.
Thia medicine (aias fMoirfsV a .
every trial, as the care it Is) t)oaaWaSyM
producing are too remarkihlej t
forgotten. No fiually should
sut It, and those who have oaes bm- i
It never wilL -
Eminent Physicians tarotvMii' Z
country preseribs it, and Caar-atm
often recommend it from their litwh
edgeoflUeffccts. .. r; ..V--?
nuAasn at twai
Dr. i. C. AVER 4 COv, UwA fcaU
KMr. A4aH, . . r .