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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKMNU, NOVEMBER 51, 187S.
fticovsr)ycraHEI.I.Eir8 l.IVKIl 1MI.I.S have
Immd ilia atandard n.inmlr fur l.lvrr urn ilnlnt.
t'lMllri'Dcmi. Sick lleadarhv, l'lu lu Kbuuldvra or
' Uwk. lllizlni'aa, I'lmli a Tongue Ki'ver and AL'Ue,
ad all dtanaaea ariatnit from a drrniiKCd Hate of llio
LItit or stomach. Thomaa Adnma. of Hlir Handy,
aaya: Mler'a I'lIU have aavrd humlrvda of
Wllara In dtxtora' bl!l lu tliU country." II. K.
SMIrra & Co., Proprietor, Fltlahurg. 1'a. Harcia.T
ttroa., Agrals, Cairo.
rjlHE GREAT BLOOD TONIC
for Ihernrv f all illwaaea artalng from Impure
hlood, and for Invigorating and anviurlhenlrtii tuc
vital ornna. An-von weak, m-rviiua, debilitated.
rialr and rinaduted ; Have you loat your appotlier
lam yon nauara, pain lu the buck. cl If an, Ur.
Ltudaey'a Blood Searcher will drlvi' oul the iliaeaae
ml briiiR back the Hloom of Health. Fluiplca,
Bulla, Kryaluel". Teller, Halt llh. nm. Ac. are but
Mrfai o tudtiationa or Hlood Ulaxf : aud Dr. Llnd
ary'a Blood Searcher, bv purifyiutf th avateui ofl
a the akin and ncaiitlflea the completion. Hold
T all dniKpiata. Jl Ulperboltle. i! K. fellera.
I'mprW-lor, Flttaburtf. Pa. Barclay Ilroa., Ageiita
ELLER'S COUGH SYRUP
Orer l.ftM.OUO bottlea wild. It l Ibc moat pleaaaut
and popular remedy for t'unuha. t'olda, Croup,
rioaraneaa and all th'ntat and Inui! illacantta. tlim
fcewn In nae for half a ceutnrv. Doclora rworuineiid
Mi prearrll il. J. K. Yoiinian. Lous '. (I.. 1(11--aava:
"It aaved mv two children from the yravc."
' L. Hlininoiia, or Baltimore. .Md., rI-hi aiiva: "It
will cure the worst couirh Immediately." Ak your
irnuKlxt or (!"nerul atnrckeeper for it and take no
irtber. I'rlccn. iBcW.. and $1.(W per bottle. Si-tnl
tor circular. It. E. Sellera A t o.. I'roprlflora,
Pillxburj;. I'a. Barclay Bros.. Agente, Cairo.
it. SMITH, M.D.
. OllUc and Resilience:
NO. I THIHTEENTII KTTIKKT. CAIRO, H.I.;
jJR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
rmcK No. VM Commercial Avcuue, between
Ktlthlti and Ninth Street
H. AY. C. JOCLLYN,
WICE EljhtU Struct, u-ar Commercial Arfnue.
U P. WHEELER,
A 1 1 o r n o y-a t-Lo'i v.
OFFICE Ohio I.evce, bet. Fonrth and Sixth an.
J 1NEGAR &, LANSDEN,
A ttorney s-at-T ..a, v.
FFI('K-So. Ill Comracrrm! Avt-nni".
Ht Louis, Cuiro ninl ruilunili l'uckct
II'LKNDII) SIIiKWIIKHI, KREMHT AX1) IMS
.JOHN 1I1:i;N'I:I! MaHr.
.K1I1N LKAMliN ('Iirk.
Ifuvca I'uiro i vcry Wi'dm i'ilav at a p.m. f(;r I'iuIii
:ih. Lcavvn Colrj cwry ThtiMbiy ut 2 p.m. for ht.
f'orfreli;lit rpiisu;(':tpp!v on f nil i ! v A I'Mllip-'
wliarrbonl.orlo JA.MtS ISldliS, Ai!-ut.
M, tlliio l.i'vcf.
Vcr Ciilunilius. Hit kniiin and New MaJrid
JOSEl'H AMIJROS JListrr.
i.i: vvi:s cAiiif) every
For fr"l..'bt or pu-miL'P ;p!y nn ll,i!l!,!i,y & I Jj II
lp' V II :i i'I lio:i!. or til
.1 AM ES I'.l'.i.S, Ai'i'ht.
li (lliln I mo.:.
EI!UM CAIld) VOll NEW (HiLl'.ANS.
sti :. M i;it
JAMES O'XKAI M.t-t,r.
I,:avii CAIIio on SATfllDAY, M)VEMi;.';i:
on u;ri .! nf i.-viiiii' truin'.
1'ur l'ri ir'lit ur I'm--n.r apply to
Til' IS. W. SHIELDS, A.vr.'.
Ilalliiluy A I'liil'.ii.f' Wharf boat No CM IP), II.I..
niRl,1 uni v M'T rrrrTV
k'.'b UI. I'WKUoF THE CITY AVI' i i'I .MY.
Duly Morning Daily in southern Illinois.
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I he p;i- i.- of (; -nn ,'i t u-u-t,
among cir tramp, x , ,;.l..rM,. -ir-
J.ri-se, us no !;..-, of , ,., ,. ,ir,. u,)r,. ,ir,)Vj
dent, mdn-trious an. I ihr.Uy, tit tti the G-r-tmins.
We at" r.'ijUe-t -l toMy ti,:,t tl. M.l
li'ica'.e (o b.- given at the es'eiiee of
IViif. Alvord. on Tenth str-et this even
ing, is publir, and that u iVl,rs (
music ate coi.lirty invited t.i . pi,w.llti
Mr. Miles Ib.wh tt sold his Wolf Island
farm last week, for the very handsoin.. HUm
itf four tliousitnd dollars. Then are u mini
berofgoodfiit inson the island j tho land
is very rich, and as the shipping facilities
could uut be Improved, lands there are held
nt a Idyll figure It U frequently the enso
tlmt cmiiti of corn nvei ngo tdglity liushels tn
Jiinifg L. Stiunilrrs, Ewj., of Clt'iir-creuk
pri't iiict, was In tho city yt-Ktenliiy. A few
ciw of jHipiimtmiu conHtitutc tho nii kncss
ui' liU neiglilxirlnxxl.
The ntoHt populttr and highly cultured
vorulistH of tho city, will take purt in thu
Musii'iile, to Iw ht ld at the rrsidt-nti! of
IViif. Alvord, thin evening.
Trivial druuks and disorderly huvo
fonni'd tho bulk of the police business dur
ing the whole of tho present month. Tho
only exception was the Ohio levee shooting
Tho Cain papers are much given to
river news of late. News of that kind is a
mtwity, however, and wc submit that The
Bii.i.ETi.N supplies that necessity nuiuill
cently. Officer Iliigan must have failed in ef
f eting his regular shipment of tramps, yes
terday. Tuesday there were scarcely any
in the city. Yesterday the town was again
full cf them.
Mr. James Kynnton is adding new ket
tles or boilers to his slaughter house, on the
Mississippi levee, with a view of carrying on
an extensive slaughtering business the coin
Don't forget it. The Musicale an
nounced in the? columns, last Saturday,
will come otf at the residence of Prof.
Alvord, this evening. The invitation sent
out is general.
The flour and salt trade of Cairo is un
usually active. The stock on hand is ample,
and the daily receipts considerably beyond
:ui average. Orders from the south are be
ing supplied with unusual promptness.
The business of the New Y'oik Store,
on Tuesday last, was larger than it has In-en,
on any single day, during the two years
pa A day's business in that popular and
e xtensive house, foots up thousands of dol
lars. --The temperance folks have an oyster
.-upper in contemplation. The tables will
lu spread, and the guests will be invited to
partake, next Friday evening. The supper
will be under the iiiauaLrement of the W.
-Mw. ('. M. Howe, of this city, left
Vi.-'er-lay fur St. Louis, from which city
-lie will proceed to Grenada, Colorado, fur
l!ie purpose of visiting her brother, Henry
Wood, who is the agent in Grenada for the
Atthi-on, Topeka and Santa Fc railroad.
.1. T. Thomas xhihited to us yesterday j
ar.elbh upon which nature had played on.- !
ofir.i decMed'y fantastic trit k. Having I
a 1 1 ye i,.r all tnat is ctiriotis as wv;i a sug-g'-tive
in botii art and nature, he purchased
I lie r.eli-h wholly because of it.- -lripe. A -'k
him to show it to vou.
A very large amount of tie' article lie
inyllii '.il Wi r.iuiiek would de-inate "port- !
ali! ? property," has already been staked on j
tie' .tiding lior-e race. A bet of the run-
ning-gears of a wajon a jain-t live hog-, '
; coueludi'd yesterday moniiiig. brtwei.-n
C kiroif; an I coti:.tty ;
A f '.v days i a n:a:r
i:i a I.Im-K on V;.d.
Vli'!"!:!.!!! iii-.ipp' -are.
i a;:;e.'i::l. t!;': wif- )i .-
,-.! .,!!,:.. to. !.
:C'tei Vi 'llle.
la-! Mon lay.
It. .de ilili
irei. sjn then, -he
of Mm. Yesti ri
,.'-t li'sT'--, ar.d
a-.ed no li-
ty s'i w.is in tiie
d el.ua d, with an
llsity of fivliipr fplite n' :riiii'ig, til il j
e-s .-lie ii'-.ud from him before iiiidiiijjit,
wot:! 1 (irown her-
-iy 'i .-tilt.te of botii 1'oiid and money, j
A -inno'-r, ti.aiiie.l Robert li 'vne, wa.- j
,'l.t before J-id.'e l;!rd, ye-terday.in an- I
i C-.-.rj of iifi.it.k- i-fi- Jle ( vim-'-il I
i-:..-i:io;i t i d-.-ny the cliarg1; and as !
-.v.:- not of an .'e",rav,i':d nutnre, i
i.u; 1 a ;:.ie ' f only two dol-j
- i; p.M. a.el Mr. Iloytse h ft !
tj:h Jj -.' i'-nt pu'po-e to tan'i" !
'i-t a- ii'.
i.e kiV a- s 1 1 ! s K v
:a to ilt
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i ! !
d ,y. i-t:r r-ai'iinv; j
t !y f.oilry in hi- j
' ' have ,,r.-:i'ly
, ..' ...i ti," tr amp ii,ii-a.v;e,
ame-'l ut'w nizations
;.- j.foiei t j .:,n and
-Mg". A l,ineir"d of
! . -V. tl" Memphis Led,'"r,
'.;iity -,. .t, m, .I frroriz-:
'.!.!,!'; county. To pre
, S that kind, the Led
,i:'.:i. The train)) is li it a
t out!i. and lor that
the south i.s unwii-
IMU'h .'., to feed
''.,' ''. 'i.'il of the,e va:.' ibonds
. ,i:d throutfli C.dro alone is
jU to !e 1 1 a Haul c lulounity
iy or t .vo. ,
A Vul -ix y-ir, a'o .Mr. W. F. -Martin,
''le.tle.to,:. Mo., Collli
i lg - f.iinily of eoinp.oaliv 'Iy helpless
'h. lue of t!i -e, a I,y f.)i:rte..n or
ln'e a y. ar-; of ag' iiiana'g' d In .-crape to
gether a few old type and two or ihr loi-
l.'Ts ttorih of oth. r mal.'iial; nmi wilii llii,
mat'-rial he enuilli.'lieeil publishing II lillle
IK by newspaper. Syiilpalhetic lieigll
hor, look the paper and paid I'ui it, and a
few of the liberal hearted bu .ini ss men of
Charleston extended paying advertising pat
ronage. The boy tlms encouraged, gradu
ally accumulated new material, improved
liiuiseli'in the art of printing, and is now
furnishing the eitiens of Charleston, a neat,
well tilled and handsomely printed little
newspaper. Under discouragements that
thousands of other boys would have suc
cumbed to, voting Martin persevered deter
minedly, and the result is, ho has laid the
foundation for a business that is certain to
bring him both honor and money. He has,
in short, shown himself "u boy of a thous
and." We havo tried it, and, as Rev. Mr.
Talmage would say, give others the benefit
of our experience, "free, gratis, for noth
ing:" Put your quinine in milk. It is a
good solvent, and more completely than
anything else, robs the drug of its bitter
ness. The Massac Journal says that the rea
son our jail is empty is because Oberly ami
other lending Democrats were absent from
the city. There may be something in that.
Republican rascals never jx get justice un
less Democratic law and order men lire
around to enforce the law.
The Musdcalo at Professor Alvord's
this evening, w ill be varied and entertain
ing. The names of the ladies and gentle
men who have signified a purpose to par
ticipate, furnish an ample guarantee tlmt
tho music of the occasion, lsith vocal and
instrumental, will be of the highest order.
The doors of "Joe's saloon" were
closed, and straightway the report gained
currency that the proprietor. Joe Honcker,
had been taken down with yellow fever
The attack was ti light bilious one, in no
manner complicated with other ailment i.
and passed off leaving Joe as sound a
Texas hits suggested to the south a
sure preventive of the curse of trainpisin.
Let the several southern states picket their
boundary lines against the vagabonds as
Texas did against tho yellow fever, and
the desired end will be accomph-hed. .No
means less rigid will be worth trying.
Immense quantities of dry goods and
flour are going south via the Chicago and
New Orleans route, and like quantities of
cotton are going east by way of the Illinois
Central. A force of ten cl"rks tind all
"they can turn' their hand to, in the stone
depot a fact that indicat :s a heavy busi
nesr. The only points that have r& - d on
the earthquake, are Cairo mi-I 'hk
Were Cairo and Memphis tin; or.lyer s in
volved in the .shake. are they the oi.ly j
cities in this great valley that are so over- j
stocked with mother-in laws as to invite the j
shaking!' The matter puzzles us.
The transfer of freight car- lutwcn j
Cairo and East Cairo is effected throughthe
intervention of atttg and a iiiiinst'-r barye.
Th" Junius S. Morgea attends to the trans
fer of passenger ears, A.-, mechanics hv.e
exieii(',i.i about two weeks labor on the
McComb, it is. probable that she id soon
be i;t r-adir.e-- to r e: u::le le:l' p !:.;... j
A Xcw York pap"r t"i!-a in t- run of
manifest trepidation, how m.-n aim. i.-t daily
"I !s.apo".ir fi :u th- Mr.-. Something
v. ry much in tie- same lii.e .f business ii
going on in Cuir . Th" y i.ing men who
-poi t g'';--y -ui'.s of new b; .ad cloth, ,au I
rlo-dy titling 1'rt uh .!! Ah-xis tie,, . f-
f-et di-'-pte- rr.i'iees liia' ,!"' perfectly bi
uiVr liilg to th''!r tail-ifs slieliakei -.
--The ('h- :!- ; ei i;:, ;-pr!-.r says '::.
li:;u ll f.i.tli ti: -t 'ie' 1 i V of Cairo i, i:.,- :
proin ii, oi.: l.q i I! n ', :h,:U du; iiig n ;y
-a-.:.') f..r -evt-ra! yii.r-. The wo;k i-f r.
pair- i.- going mi in a'.! pari- of ?!, .
s -vial good business and dwe!lin-f b'.t.- -ap:
in coui-" of erection, end i.ttl.i: wiioi"
eity tie re are not, a ir.'l' d"l -ii Ciup';
hoii--, of any kind. The pres-nt is sa'.i- :
factory; the out-lo.'!; -ph.ielid.
-Judge Hp -- mid ('apt. John II. lt"bli.- ,
son we,-- in Springfc'ld a--t olay, in at- ;
t-ndanc-; upon ti," lueetin ; of th i 'L and :
Lodge and Ln:".u.'pmei,t of lliino's ').!! ;
Fihnv.s. Tie- lecp'.io'i oivett in the had!
of the House of I t"pi'-. :il a! : vi s, TueMh.y '
night, was one of tie- gram! ( reunioiis ;
ever witnessed il! the capital city. Mr. j
Ow ily WM-i in th" ci'y, on b:i .ine.---, but he !
i:- doubt!.',.-; ft particij' iiit ill tile : e.iaion. ;
Tiie Cairo and bt. Imi., Sliort-Line" i
II aiiioad f ' nip'iny has i rm::: "I lo".!cioi
lie- iin" from ii- i:,t' is.etioii vith the i;;
nois Central at I hi'uoin, to Xii-hviil", 'I'di-
lie-.ee. 'J'.: 1 ! ! J f - lllUS X'.'li.e .!, U ill lie
known as the St. Louis and Nashville Air
Line, and will cro.-s the O'nio river at a
point between Shawm-i'town ami Sinilhland,
to be hereafter known i.s Grand City. The
capital slock is to be $'J,000,lni(), divided
into shares of f 1,000 each. Th" lieadqilar
t"isnfthe company will beat Du(uoiu.
The great wagon-making linn of Aus
tin, Toni!i:ison V W.lister, of Jackson,
Michigan, i.a shipping hundrcils and thous
ands of its wagons to the Southern mar
ket, ;t considerable share of th. lu p:is.ing
through (,'airo. The firm has il own cat.-,
and they are made to serve lis .an advertise
ment that is hard to beat. Why, with
i.bundaiiee of timber, cheap fuel, ch- ap liv
ing, cheap labor, and an mlvnnlUL'c of lift)'
per (-lit. in freights, couhl not these wagons
lei inaiuit'aelui'ed in Cairo; or, in other
wools, w hy cannot an cut rpiisiug m.ui step
i:i lei-e, supply tic southern demand, audi
III ike a I'oltllhi J
Why is it that sui h papeis us the Cin
cinnati Colnl.iercial and Memphis Ava
lanche search abotti (In in fur obstacles t )
throw in the way of Captain Ends ami his
great, work on tho Mississippi jetties? No
Inen should feel it deeper interest ill (lie MIC.
fess of the scheme than the men who con
trol tie se papers, and no men know belter
than ihey that the jetties are ali- ady a de
monstrated success ami will remain so, The
largest of sen-going vessels that run to New
Orleans, go and cotno without detention;
and not a dollar Is paid by tho government
for work that Is not completed and satisfac
tor)'. If these men own stock in tho Bara
tariu ranal project, they should not let
even that consideration blind them to facta
that are as palpable as their own existence.
A horso attached to Mr. Kynaston'
delivery wagon becamo unmanageable yes
terday afternoon, and running Into a car
riage with two horses attached occasioned
quite n runaway, The horses run at a furi
ous rate up Commercial avenue to the vi
cinity of Twenty-first street, where they
left the carriage a complete wreck. The
carriage belonged to Mr. Owens, of Jones
boro. The animals sustained no particular
A negro man, named Charles Johnson,
was committed to the county jail, yesterday
morning, unlet a mittimus issued by
'Squire Pat Morgan, of I lodges Park. The
charge against Johnson is that he made a
murderous assault upon his wife with an
axe, throwing the axe at his sable better
half with a force that buried the blade in
the side of the cabin. This is the wife's
story, who really seems to think that
Charley wants to kill her. But Charley's
story is "to the contrary quite different."
He solemnly declares that w hen he threw
the axe, his amiable spouse was not in
range of it, and didn't even think that he
aimed it at her. About fifteen minutes af
terwards, she came out of the house, when
he remarked to her, mon; in jest than other
wise, that "if the ax.-had hit you when I
threw it, a while ago, you'd been a tit sub
ject lbrCrowncr' Fitzgerald to sit down on."
Without any more ado, and to Charley's
utter astonishment, the strangely-moved fe
male repaiied to Vqtiiro Morgan's office, and
swore that he, Charles Johnson, had made an
assault upon her with an intention to com
mit intrder. To account for the woman's
conduct Mr. Johnson builds up the theory
that she wants to get him out of the way;
sell his pig-, chickens and other pmputy,
and then, with the money in her pocket,
skip out of the country. She would r';al
he from the sale as much as twenty ur
thirty dolhirs; and us a against such a sum,
the husband's iniprisonm Tit, the wife's
perjury ainl t'.ie abandoum -nt of two sin ill
children, would W'.'ig'i but as (: ithrs
such at lca-t is tiie opinion of Johnsi-ri,
H"iice it is pretty clear that if eitlo r party
t "IN til : tru'li, tic r i' is w ur'iy o:':'i at
t '.uthm of our authorili
Fi.nnki, t"a isa siinpm remedy to quiet
tl.e I,; I y, and this innocent article is cin-
bo.!v.i iu l)r
l's llabv Svrup, whh-h
lee.Is tue .,,iiv t.) .-, e;i vmi.'iou! tiie evil u.m
of o; i-t.-s. I'ri. e ,-, c.-nts.
L.m.o;: iin.' of Il.'.iid-.i.ts ami ('".ii":. !'
.-.lie by i). II ivtlior:) A; Co., v. iy ( heap.
C'rr.w .J.ci.-on's b -t S v.et Navy To-,
b.ici o. ;
A I't'I.i. iin-' of ladle.- siio. s at low pile. , '
.::. Jl.'.yih"i:i k Co.'.-.
' T your ;1 Is,.,;... .1 A. W. Pyatt
T.i. :r s'M-k i- c enph '.', .eel th-ur ,
;(: - s'.tch i - d i'y -ii". . --:'i;t cua;. '..ti .e, ,
W i II: n iv-ii'i.
:,!.-.'- I, o i .a, r !-.'.is for .-.h l,y O, !
I! .... -.el V i'-.., i.t v'.f.i. i
'i'el-. p. i aits and '., uudiulis of si lino! j
( hi ' ' :i -hoiil 1 Ii, ir in li.iiel that A. W.
1 ' '. I lV ( '.. l.' p I'V. IV lie-c iplimi of s, il(,'i j
i i .; I in tic public .r ; iu C.iio,
a. i i i Ii' r tin in at pile, s that .-houid h;.-,e a
'!;:! g iii.I'i-nei! with ""..ii'-mi( ,.l I uy-
T;l::l.i: III MHII l Ca- - !:,otN and Shoes j
;: ; l e iv, U, aud for s .1 ', whoh'-ale and
, . h.'.l. hy O. il.iy thorn iV Co., at piie. s as j
,ov a.s il,. , ( .ui be bought in anv ( itv in !
SuoKi.!:-, it yo ii wish a Hue "K V West" j
or "lu p i: 'i"ci":r, call at K"Mic ye; '., j
i i"a- si" I '. It i.- the only ph.e in the city
iiiiiio-' (.:u, v :n r.-eipl of In -h "oods
I i: u"r ei:.-t. iu mad shin f.ir ( hildr. n,
i:r. lor iiilss".s, ' .40. They are gj per
i i lit. cheap "- than go'jds of the same qual-
i can be had eN'-w heU".
O. II.VYlIloltN A. Co,
The fui' i.t stov. s in the world. 'J'he
VYs' minister 15 is- Ibirner, ami the Cham
pion Monitor cool; sti ve at
If you would s;.vn money, buy your
school bnoks, H'ationeiy. etc., of A. W. Py
all A Co. Their stock is full, and n little
inquiry will sati.-ly you that their prices are
us ir,v as the lowest.
Till; crowds of people tube seen at the
coiintvis of O. II. i) thorn A; Co. 's popular
Poot,Siioc ami Dry Good house, prove that
it is line" to biiv.
Till; W. C. T. will give an oyster sup
pi r ill th I! aiding Roi in, on Friday night,
the I'M of November. The friends of the
I iiii' lal.ee e,iu-e i.re radially invited,
. Ijidies who d" ire t: assist in the good
woi':, cua s -nd in douation.-i of pickles,
I I Hit, bread, Inttt.T, sugar, eoll'ee or
milk, to the Reading Room nt any time
on ('riday,or if I lioypie, r donating money,
thi cun hand it to Mrs.S, D. Ayers, Treas
in of. By order of the President,
Moi.i.uc li Wkiiii, Secretary,
A few more Boy's Hats tor 150 cents,
slightly damaged, at O. Haylhoru & Co. 's.
I'lDKNIX DRI.'IJ STORK.
COU. COMMKKCIAT. AV. AN 1 ) 101 Q I J TKKNTJ I sT.
GEO. E. O'HAIIA, Proprietor,
I. iiupplM with Ml M.k cf Freah Drap. M. dl.ln,-, l Lh.-uile.l. of unduubM pnrv
cio7.Thed'aVH"P"' ,,r,,"ll,'" r'C" "U'1 Ml '"' H.M.tar Palrut Family
. IfE.qM'flHl ( Hint Atteulioii Rlvetl to I 111' nunponiiiliii f pliyaielm, iri'Hcrlploiis.
Foil a gissl shave for ten cents, a ooil !
hair cut for twenty-live cents, go to Henry
Sehick'g barbershop, No, IP) Commercial
(jt.'Kiiv. Why will men smoke common
totmcei) when they can buy Marburg Pro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price?
By Mrs. Harry Walker, Commen ial uve
line, corner Sixth street.
DAY BOARD f )..it) PER WEEK.
In connection with the Hotel is a first-
class bar and billiard room on opposite side
of the street; also wholesale ami retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received daily
and sold at the lowest market rules. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and see stock uml
prices before purchasing i l-ewhera.
LOTS FOR SALE.
The following lots have been placed in
my hands for sale, and w ill b disused of
at low figures for cash, viz :
Lots 0 and It) in block 5.
' 24 " :'S.
" -o '-27, 'js, '.';, " " I'll.
.. ;j .. ..
" !', 10. II. IV " 17.
" 17. lS.l'J.'jO.e-l" " 1H.
" 7. .!). ID, II," " 7J.
All in the city of Cairo.
Wm. Mill. m.j:.
N ii rt iu.iMs' MieVr Siouk. - No
butcher in ill" city i, more successful in
satisfying his cu-toiners than .Nick AYil
liauis, whose meat stalel is on the corner of
Washington av.-nue ami Twentieth street.
lie takes si.e.ilul cire to provide hill.scif
with (In. ice nr it-, and to constantly have
on sale every kind that can be bought
elsewil re. I'.ecf, pot Ii. V: al, mnttoli, sail--age,
fredi and pi'kled toiigU"-, ite. Put
him t i the test, and -e if we o'a r--'at"
li:ttii: (olf.man Lr.;:!:Y.
f .. i ..:,. .i t... - a t
i iaui.-hvo:, Fourth streit.b.-w.n Wa-hii.g-
i ton alio' ('oiniueiciid e.v. iiu. -. and tak", 1 1 1 1 -
li.i tie d of iidbriuil.o her o'd i':i, tills and.
patrons that :1c is again at their service.,
and solicit.-, their p.itiouage. Sh ha- re-
.'.need .ii,,s to -nit the tun'.-.
As Tin. frui .yum: iis occm d, M; .
Wiiiiainson ote ns le r store again, and
M,',t', s.V toth" pb! that -he l,a, a
full Hue of iniiliii. ry uiel iiotioi..-, and sh J
solicit s i v.-rv mi' toiailau-l i x.imine lei !
-o,i.i,.:;,repuri!.ein'c: ,.vh re. .:... wii: ; BCILDlXti MATERIAL
.ii-p'ay durn.5 the w I. one of the hand ,
-.. lie1:-' line of la, i. -' till:, laed pat!, ru hat- w -
I br- eglit to till-, ciiy; a:-o:i l,..lc!-.!..;e
lia" of In1-, f : , :- . :'. and I ' i i 1 i 1 1 LT, 1 i 1 i 1 1 '';. Tr 1 1 !l. .'. C
many o!1. -r tide- . In ,v in th" noll-.n Jipe,
whi.h -h can and will -i il a c!e ;.; a , a ay Al th -T) ! ..-t r.lvr
dry good, hou-e in t!c (ity. ,'die i- pie- i
par".! to r "ino !el old hat.- into any of th" li.r, ing a He.i vy S toe k of Lot's on J!.t i,. ,
l.lle.-t .-' Il :, for the sUlall S'llll of'gl t !!a i
, , I V..' ar- ..r.-pii... ,1 t
ceat.s e.,ch. Iiat.s uye.l le.uk or 1 roVWi j
Mrs. W. ha, ju.t added to le i ,i s k u full j AW OL'T SPECIAL ORPEiiA
sepply of dill'ereiit f.tyl s and patterns of I . tl. ;.:i. iin one.
iewelrv. "i and k imine i!,. ui. !
- - .- 1 l .'I'll' ni.l'V injil,'i)f-';.",Mtae,TII V'.i- :
Tam. Noiici; -On the 1-t ot Nov, mlier ; .;V w.- i,:r,-1- ti: iri:o!.ti;;.!e.i.-;
' ( T'li K. T. I ,lle!, I ,H kill,' lluves Sl:,,. ll'H.Ur
I ill open at tiie old stale! f I'nil Ilowanl, 1 -Eighth
sli'.t, b. tween Comic.eia i.d mull Ihd.-M W's I.IVII5 1'APS.
W,;sh'u::t..n avei.ii' . a whoie-idc and r. tail '
depot f r th" sal" of ;i-!i. oy-t. ', mid game I
exclusively. Making the above iiltichsit!
specialty, I will be i ;,abh d to suit the l:io.,t
tVtidloii -, nt plii . s that will compare I'l
vorably with Chicago or St. Loiii-. At all
times can be found a Iin of li Ii and oys-
l. rs lieVel' llefo,-" oil' led ill C.lil'o, such n-
New York c lunt '-!:.- in bit!!:, Mobile ov ....
i-fers in blllh, LaltilliOl'. oy .let - ill calls. Ill
th. ir season ( ui be found fr"-h
mackerel, I'n -I iildi, little jin k
clains s. a ti -h from Mobile, shrimp and all I
oti i r delicacies from the se.i, to tickle (he
palate and refresh lh.' inner ii i -in. Celery
and wild came of all kinds. It is lay in
Iciition to keep Hiich articles on hand nt all
times, so ihe public can depend Upon being
supplied. Orders from abroad will receive
paiticuhir atlentii.n, and goods will be
packed with car.', mid satisfaction guarim
teeil, C;y deidcls will find it to their ad
vantage to call upon me before ordering
from Chicago or St, Louis, Hoping my en
deavors to please, will boiuelliy an appre
ciating public. I remain yours,
M.W.AUIA!. 1'iA I U- -M ilaiial fevers, con
stipation, torpidity of the liver and kidneys,
general debility, liei'VOU.-lle-s and llellinlgie
ailments yield readily to this great disease
eomtueii r, Hop Jilttera, It repairs the mv
ngi s of disease by couvi rting the I'ood into
rich blood, and it gives new life 1 1 1 1 1 1 vigor
to the aged ami hilitin always, See "Prov
erbs" iu other column
illANl EllY NOTU'H.
'I'oSahmi II. lli'NctN,-Yon ii n' bereby rmtllleil
Mini on tlii".nili liny of Nnveinlier, IK. Ileiilnnilii
F. Ililieain tlle'l III- Ml! In cliiili.'eiy In the Al.'MUi
ilei'i'.iillily el reii 1 1 run rt , III I lie sliil.i nl lllllinla,
nmilnl yon, I'ur iliviin e nnil Unit an I.I anil la n.iw
pt'liillllir, Hint n aunuiioiia una III. T. anion h-ailcil
HKiilnal you. retlirtinlile nil I lie lll l Molnln v In .hue
ll.n V lii'M, In II term nfanlil colli I I lieu In lie holilru.
Ill llli' ronrl bullae, III Cuiro III anlil I'oilnlv. Hilled
November '-."Mil, ls;s. ,HiN A. IIEEVM,
UAiitKi. 1', Wiii.ui km, Hoi. for Cuiapri I li ik,
'KV YORK STOTM'
WJIOLRSALE AXI) IiKTAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
l.V TIIK CtTV
(iOODS SOLI) VERY CLO.SE
( or. Nlni'lei-nth atrivl i
l ouiiin a ,al At., ,'
C O. IATIi :ii ,V CO.
dry tiooii.s. y:i-,
Tin' largest wholesale and lcUil pry
Goods and Clolliing Hoim- in Ihis ( ity ;
are receiving ,.- (?V(,(S ,,,iv.,n( avt
n lie ring great haiguitisin ihcniosf 1m ml
some lines of t'AlH'ETS. nil, ( J.G'I I!S
ami MATTINGS ; Silks, ('u-hiinrcs, J',o;i
leffe., and a gnat many other n w
i style of Jii'is, (muds. Fans. Lie.: in
f.ict in i voy d' liaiti.ieiit of tli.-ir I :t-i-
I'"-"- ,',,,,"a,,.v l!t; l'h"'
I .. a I I
to call ami see their slock.
! j( yyyy
rii , , , ,
, 1 l' BY JUl.l DllskH ,.
I! 1. ITHHI
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