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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FltlDAV MOUMNO, NOVEMI5EU L'2, 1S7S.
fororMtrrSF.LLEH-8 LIVER PIM.f have
hern (be iliiilard remedy for l.ivcr Complaint.
'otivi-ni'M. Sick Headarh. 1'iin in Shoulder or
Bark, Dliiiue, I ontcd Tonpie, rever and Ague,
and ill dle fiini; from a deranped tle of the
LWi-mr Stomach. Thorns Adaui. of Bl Sandy.
Kt., htc 'Seller- Hill hire ed hundred of
dollar In doctor Mil la tbl country. If. h.
Keller A Co.. Proprietor. Piltburc, 1 Barclay
Kro.. Agrut, t iro.
HE UltEAT DLOOT) TONIC
forth cure f all dliwaiw rilns from Impnrc
blood, and for invigorating and treiu:lheuliii! die
titalonnn. Arejon weak, ncnout, debilitated.
f mla aud emaciated ? Have you lMt tour appetite r
lave you nauea. pain In the hack. Act If o. Dr.
J.lndey' Wood Searcher will drive out the diee
and bring back the Bloom of Health. Pimple.
Boll. Krutpela. Tetter. Salt Kheura. Ac., an- bnt
arfac Indication of Blood Diwaae; and Dr. Llnd-w-v'i
Blood Searcher, by purifying the ft -torn aoft
ru the rkln and beanti'Ue the complexion. Sold
bT all drus'M. l .ill per bottle. H E. Seller.
Proprietor, Pituburfl, fa. Barclay Bro., Agt-ut
gELLER'3 COVUII SYRUP.
Orer 1.000.000 hottloi fold. It i the ronat pU-i-unt
nod popnlar remedy for CoU'.'h, CoIiln. Croup,
UoamiH'M and all throat and luujj tlisrasca. Jln
been in one for half a ccutnr. Doctor recommend
and pnncrilie It. J. E. Yoiiman. I.onj P. (I., Mil .
y: -It raved my two children from the srav."'
.4. L. Simmon, of Baltimore. Md..alo nam: "It
will for the wort conh Immediately.' Ask your
dniftflat or general Morckceper for it and take uo
other. Price, ex.. ". and $I.UO per bottle-. Send
for circular. K K. Seller A Co.. Proprietor.
Plttrburg, I'a. Barclay Bros., Att'-nu. Cairo.
11. SMITH, M. D.
Office anil Rfiilr-nee :
SO. ! TIIluTKENTlI STREET. CAIRO. 11.1.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
pim Xo. W, Commercial Aenuc. between
KW-hth and Mulh Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
I) V. NTIST.
WICK Eighth Street, nar Commercial Arenoc.
O 1'. WHEELER,
MPFK'E Ohio I-evee. bet. Fntmh and Sixth !.
j IXEGAK & LAXSDEX,
CFPICE-No. 1U Commercial Avenue.
HIE DAILY DULLETIX
OTFICIAL PAPiOF T'lF. I !TV AXI) CnlNTY.
Ouly Moniin:; D.iilv iiiSoinh"iu Illinois.
ANNOl ) EMll.NT.
We are an"h'r!'l to ;..wn. t'j..- tit.; of At
run I' pin.- 14 a csr.'iay.e C'.t "t jv-.i.e.' i!
be l-uiA ritj cfrti jL.
Sict n OmT.
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W. II P.AV.
S-.r't sl.-sa! Cor.-, L . A.
Hirvr. -T't rt u rr may (, 'Ri.- C:r
INi'.Ii'tIa Co.. ;!; piy to t,i!! toMa ::! by any of
it e::.;!i.-. or n.y -iiii" e.-!!.' ft i :!h Ti.'K III i.-i-arriN.
:;:.- tin-:., rn..I- on a writen ordfr
ilr.. ! t y ti;.f If. a!"ltt: crd-.r i.-t b" aiicted to
Ur b-!l 1 r :-v,i!- J.
,Ioii- H. onrnir.
T::ke Ik'Nimt-.i) Ct.-'-.s IJ''ts ami SIhk-s
just r'.'C.'ive.l, anil fr mIc, wlioli.-.-.iilf am
retail, ly O. ILivtliorn A: (,'., tit jirici s u
low as tli'-y tun be louyht. i:i any city in
U.f vr. -t.
MATTERS OK LOCAL IMPORT.
lr. Sullivan hal so fir p.'cnveroil lii
.trengtli, ycstrrday, us to l; allu to t-it up.
A it'Ew more I5oy's Hats lor 00 rents,
slightly tlama,'ctl, at 0. Haytlioni & Co.'h.
OKI Elijah Axloy, a fifty ymr res
ilient of Pulaski county, died at 1i:h home,
on Saturday last, ut the advanced ogu of
Marshal Arter, after confinement to
Ills sii'k room for a week or more, may
lie expected to resume a t'.iscliarc of his
Harry Selultzo and wife, (.ft for
Chicago, last nijjlit, in which city the
"happy couple." will spend a portion of
their halcyon period.
Pili Stewart, recently with Hexfmd,
at C'entralia, has returned to Cairo. He
looks so hah; and hearty that one would
fuel disposed to conclude that ho had
wver lieen out of Cairo ut all.
The cloving of our firms at an early
liotir precluded the opportunity of noticing
thf'Musicale, held lust night at the residence
of Prof. Alvord. Reference will he made
1o it to-morrow.
AVe feel a crashing of jaw hones In
1hink td it-to think that .1. W. Morris, of
Mound City, not many days ago, had seven
teen teeth pulled nt one hitting! The
Weekly Argus-Journal is our authority for
A stranger named t'assiday, was on
what he denominated a "hum," night hefore
lost; and becoming viciously inclined,
wna-shed in the glass door of the Merchant's
Exchange- saloon. The police bring on
hand, arrested the mischievous fellow, anil
immured him in the calaboose.
A meeting of the ladies of the Episco.
pal church, of thin city, will by held ttl t1(!
residence of Mr. Fred. Gilbert, ut half
jiiist two o'clock p. m., to-morrow ( Satur
day .) The object of the meeting Is to per
fect arrangements for a grand enturtain
mcnt (its precise nature to bo determined
ly the ladies present) to bo held the week
Jk'furc Christmas, for the benefit of the
church. It is i'XHH'tel that every lady in
terested w ill regard this notice ns sufllclent,
ftnd lc present, to-morrow, it the meeting
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will give s parlor concert At the residence
of S. P. Wheeler, Esq.. on Thanksgiving
niifht, Xovcmlicr ?8th instant.
We hear it stated that the temperance
people have a social danco in contetnpla
tion, ami that it w ill probably come off
Tuesday evening, in the rooms of the lie
form club. If our information is correct,
we shall speak of the affair again.
Moses King's w ife angered Moses, and
he, Moses, flipped sundry articles of
quit nsw are at the said wife, with a man
ifest intent to do mischief. Wherefore
Mrs. King invoked the panacea of the
law. through the complacent Comings.
The rock used by the government in
the work of protecting the Mississippi river
bank, at this city, is brought from Gray's
point, Scott county, Missouri. Quite a large
force of men are engaged, just now, and
the work is progressing quite rapidly.
The supports of Mr. Harry Schultze.
in his important affair of yesterday, were
his partner in business, Adolph Swolnxla
w ith Miss Minnie Ilossman, with Mr. Frank
Standinger, of St. Ixmis, and Miss Emma
Schultze, sister of the bridegroom. Each
and all of these parties sustained themselves
Read the announcement cf A. Com
ings Esi. He is a gentleman whom we all
know, and knowing I.'im, none of us are dis
posed to queslion his entire fitness for the
pftsition he aspires to. He would make a
capable, faithful and a most accommodating
officer, ami the name of the number who
will say as much next April, is legion.
-There was quite a scrimmage on the
Ohio levee, late Thursday night, three or
tour lielicosi! strangers taking part in the
fracas. Xolxidy was Seriouslylmrt.it seems;
and before the police could reach the scene
of the dis.urbance the participators therein
were ".vox e.-t," which being translated,
nr .ars, fled from the scene of their sau
The Arab Fir:j Cmipanv will giv. a
nnlbiH Clni.-tmxs eveninu'. Ve were
simply aullior! -d t-i m ike this st iteuifriit,
k!r..w;ig nothing of the tl-t.iils of th'j af
fair, which will, most likely be m:.de pub- j
iii i:i a day fir two. Ju-t now it iscnoUL;h
t.siy to nil who are given to pirtii ip.i'inn J
in rc-unioii., like tiiat cont-mphtti-d by the
Anb-, tint tliey wi'l m'.-s one of the firot j
o;-:x;riiiioti.-s fif tle-ir'iv -. if they refuse nr
:e .'!'i t t ishar' in tlie fe-'.iviti-s of th- j
, T":i;i'-d ix ca.-ii.:i. '
--Owen's lmr-e, tlie so:n-wlnt e.'Iel.rate,)
"J!.it."h'T Itiy," that is to have a trial of
-p 1 with Kyiia.-t'i!i's fast ti-inorrow
w ef k. arrived in the city yesi'-r day, and will j
r r:;in here until the raei comes fi". Xo 1
ho:-.- raee ever ivn in Ah-.'.a.'ider ouniy i
created i.s yrf.it a degree of in'.i rest and J
'.v it'-m'Tit among the (portir and youth- i
f;! circles of Cairo, as the fill;: now jiei'dinu', i
Th stake to !ih c.;.t -:i h 1 for is a purse of j
i i'.i; but the aiuoiuit of money and prop- I
i..-'V tll-;l have b'-' M le t l y Oil1.-' I ; p:l'lie-, 1
will rm up t'j thni'!ii of tl'i'lars. The
r H- i;s to Colli'! fiff, as We h iVe :,'r- si i- :
t' I. oa H.i'.nrd iy the :;o.)i I : -. - u -. We
s'i .1! I.'it b': surp.-is ; 1 to J.O' 1 1 -- I - oa '
the far track. I
lb.1 Hibernian Kngiii" boils' was ereit- '
e i at a co-t ff alioiit $ -S.riOO, and i the best '
h'iii'iing, for the iiifiney, evi r er. cted in the ;
i ity of Cairo. In making up that sum the
company received directly 'i'roin the pock- '
ets of our eiti.-ns, less titan $J00. As the j
as-'iiibly roiin, up stairs remains tinpIa.-tiT- '
eo.itis rifit iinjirfibable that the comp iry will '
si it .n makfj an eirrtto rain': the money re- j
quired to complete the work, by a grand i
ball or some other kind of an entertain- I
Hi' Ml tint will be worth the money that !
anybody invests in it. Xo other company
in Cairo ch-serves better, at the hands of the '
people, than theold Hibernians, mid should !
tin y make the call they propose, it will In: ;
an ( xceeilingly close-fisted man who, being ;
able to respond, refuses to do so. j
a regret to learn, a- we did yesterday
evening, that Mr. Henry Huiisaker, of i
Goose Island, son of Mr. Xick Huiisaker I
and brother-in-law of Mr. John Gates,
of this city, met with a mishap, fin Wcdiics
day hist, that may, and most likely has, cost
him his life. Ho was at a neighbor's, it
se' ins, grinding knives with a view of
slaughtering hogs. Having sharpened the
knives, he mounted his mule, the knives in
his hand, and started homeward, lie hail
not proceeded far when the mule took
fl ight, and threw Mr. Huiisaker violently to i
the ground. One of his arms was broken,
by the fall, and one of the knives plunged
into his side. The wounds thus iulliclcd
are terrible ones, and our informant thinks
that it is quite impossible for the unfortu
nate man to recover.
The police of lie! city sometime ex
pciienre what one of th"in characterizes as
"tin; devil k own tune," in getting drunken
prisoners to the calaboose A niyhl or two
ago a muscular prisoner refused to accom
paiiy the officers who arrested him, and
threw himself promt upon the sidewalk.
The ollleers worked themselves into a state
of exhaustion before they had made one
fourth the distance. They stopped to rest
awhile, and seeing them hesitate, us he
thought, the prisoner offered to buy his re
lease. He had seven dollars mid would
give the whole of it. Here was
Hie ollleers' opportunity. Feigning
a willingness U accept the bribe,
they told the follow to coiuu along to
the light, that they might count tho money.
The gamo was a success, lie fore reaching
the light they reached tho calalioose, into
a cell of which, the chap ami his money
were unceremoniously hustled. If ever,
from within the walls of that prison there
came' out streams, even torrents of pro
fanity, it came on that occasion. The man
grew wild, and gavo voice to his fury that
was perfectly shocking. He hid not care.
lie said, alsmt being caluhooscd, but to
lie beaten by a d d galoot of a Cairo
IKilicemnn, was so mortifying to him, lie
could never look a decent man in tho face,
Mayor Winter cannot resist the impulse
to do a little in the way of business, whether
at home or abroad. The following is from
the Carmi Times, of Wednesday last : "A
trump attempted to steal a coat from
Esque's Saturday night, but was prevented
by the timely interference of Mayor Winter,
of Cairo, w ho is a partner in the firm. The
coat was on a wire frame in front of the
store, and the tramp liad about succeeded in
detaching it from the frame when Mr.
Winter espied him. The thief undertook
to run away, but M r. Winter leveled a re
volver on him mid he surrendered in good
To the sinking of the Kountz line
steamer, Mollie Moore, alsiut 12 o'clock,
yesterday, at a poi.it in the Mississippi, just
buck of the city, our river editor makes ref
erence in another column of this paper.
From a gentleman who was an eye witness
of the accident, we learned that the boat
settled down so rapidly that quite a panic
was created among the crew and passen-
:ers, a uumlier of the former filling the
yawl and drifting away without oar or pad
dle. The government steamer engaged in
the work of protecting the river bank in
that quarter, at once repaired to the sunken
steamer, anil took on board such people us
had not floated away as above stated. Tho
lamage to the boat and her cargo i.s of a
s-rious nature, as all the freight on board i.s
under water. For further particulars con
sult the river column on third page.
Diiring the recent exposition in
Chicago, a Cairo gentleman, d 't;p in
his cups, wandered into the i.;t gal
lery, and bringing up before a liK.-k-ing
g!a, steiidinl himself, took out his
ii'itc-book, and narrowly eyeing his own re
flection, laboriously scrawled th-; following:
"painting of a drunkard; d-d good picture;
butbe-istly countenance red IMS"; very
life-like fearful example tif fruits of
ilru.ike!;:ii;ss. S-n some picture soin--
ule-ie like it, jlisi. be d d if haven't."
And with tit- s-li'-i.,i!riiig ihuu.'ht that he
could n -ver look that bad. .t down upon a
sofa, and in a very few minu'i-s waked the
echoes by hi.s snoring. -;7Wr. r,-!at this
ailecdot- n.s a coiint--rpi!t of M ix 11 ilh-r's
".Moil-: and p. it f.fl!--i r." L'lven to the pub
lic Wedn' s lay evening, i", t!i aii'-edot.-s
are lik- old wine; g-nd b-c-iu : of their
gn at age. The are gray-he el -d.
1! ad-Sup"! visor Go't:ier. of Santa 1'e
r.a i .il.: ir:t, sc-ms il-'.i-i mined to i.nloice
!':. idea of the roid lav,, let. tlie coil.-, !: i,.
b what t!i"V tn :y. )n.. of the nn-a of s
his Jl Irii t. 11 .'ii-li" t i work fr,-i:''i:iii.ut ,"
Me. lor;i.. r su m1, i.h 1 by . ' iie- pi oc nliii .
l-.'.-'l or ol got hi i oi-: ii-jieji ills ft; - !
t lo r i:.t i th : i.i.lil.ty j ,11. Tin- J I : n r
w.i.s brought in iri'l committed yi .-.t. rhiy 1
ino'iiiiig. Tlds is, p.-rhaps, to" jr,-t intance i
in the history nftlie state of Illinois,, where
aeit Z"ii has been thrown iii'.oj iii lor rci'us- ;
irg to per.oriu road labor. Xot being as !
learneil in law us we are in theology, we !
are not prepared to say windier the law
will bear .Mr. Gorttn r out, or compel him to ;
an.-wer for fa'se impri.-onuient. Neither j
life we prepared to say that we would not ;
have a greatly ilnprowd sy.,t"iii of Wa'iii
roads, if men ottbl be imprisoned for u r:-1
fiisal to labor. On both these heads our ,
ignorance is il-nw. !
The marriagfMif Mr. Harry Schult.e ainl !
Miss llermina Lohr, yesterday, was iin;
event fifth: s-aso'i. The ;er"inony was!
performed at 15 o'clock p. in., in the German
Lutheran church, on Thirteenth street.
The interior of the building had been t ist"
fully iecorat"il U' a profuse and .skillful
use of flowers and evergreens the most
hhowy and coiispiciuus decoration being j
the two arches thrown over the gates opening
into the altar. H inging pendant from the
center of one of these arches were the letters ;
U.S., from the centre of the other H . L. the
letters being tin? initials of the happy coup
le who were about to be united. At the
appointed time, Mr. Schultze and his be
trothed arrived in carriages, accompanied
by the bridesmaids and grfsims
and the families of both bride and groom.
The arrival of this party was the signal for
Prof. George Eiseiiberg to take his seat at
the organ, and while ho played, in u most
ariistic manlier, "The Wedding March,"
the bride, groom mid their attend an I, en
tered the assembly room, preceded by the
Rev. Mr. Huerschncr, and took their seats
within the altar. The building was packed
with spectators, unbracing many of our
lending citizens, and representatives from
quid: c"cry rc-pectable German family in
tin! city, It was, in every respect, ns well
dressed, well behaved, and us intelligent
mi audience1 as ever ussemblml in
Cairo. Contemplating it, wo nctu
ully felt a pride in the material
of which our community is composed.
Aft -r further preliminary services the bride,
groom and their respective supporlcrs
took their places, and the ceremony was
pel fonin d according to tho beautiful mid
impressive form ot the Lutheran church;
Harry Scliullzo and Hcmiimi Lohr were
man and wife, ami many were the earnest,
heartfelt congratulations that Were showered
upon them by the multitude of friends who
thronged tho building. The Uuu.ktin adds
its blessing, and joins tho other friends of
tho couple in hoping that the new life unon
which they have started, may be one of
happiness, contentment nud prosperity
even Ui the end.
It w;mt do. If clothes are left hang
ing out on tlie line over night, all of them
will not be there in the morning. A very
clever down-town lady learned thin lesson
yesterday morning, her losses consisting of
two pairs or draw ers, two under shirts, sev
eral towels, two pair of stockings and a
number of linen handkerchiefs.
Tue clerk of tho Arlington House, of
this city, who lelt town under a cloud of
rather firmly-footed suspicion, has turned
up in Paducuh. A late number of the Pa
dueah Sun, entering ution a defence of the
young man's conduct, Mr. McCawley, the
proprietor of the Arlington, felt called upon
to publish the facts of the case, through the
Paducah News. Mr. McCawley soys that
being apprised of the young man's designs,
he repaired to the Cairo wharf, where he
found him on the steamer Andy Raum,
bound for Paducah. He at once accused
him of appropriating to his own use a sum
of money belonging to the hotel, whereup
on the young man replied : "I only collect
ed seven dollars; and here it is," handing
out that amount. Continuing, Mr. McC.
says that subsequent inquiry assured him
that the young man had appropriated
other moneys belonging to the hotel; but
the exact amount cannot yet be stated. As
the young man stands a self-confessed em
bezzler, we cati scarcely believe that the
Paducah Sun will persist in a defense of
his conduct. The crime may be the young
man's first, of the kind; but we are appre
hensive that it isn't. In any event, he should
furnish some evidence of contrition and a
purpose to reform, before he i.s accepted in
to positions where he may, ut hi.s pleasure,
do the same thing over a'ain.
'My Mother in-law is a walking adver
tisement for Dr. Hull's II iby Syrup," a sub
scriber rciiurki'd yesterday, ".sic: recom
liu mis it everywhere."
Laim.k line of li aul.it.s and (Juilts for
rah: by O. Haythorn it Co., v.-ry theup.
ALEXANDER CoL NTY CoL'RT.
pi'.iiitATi: ami law i'l.i.i i:i:ii!.ni,s iii.iu-.o
The November teim of tic: Alexander
county court. Judv-'.' U. E. Yocum, j.r-.-i 1
ing, for th Iran-action of probate and Iv.v
journed ye-t rday cv. iilng. lVom the dock
et uiemur utd.'i of the Judge, we obtain the
followi:i'' not -s of iroi.e! dine:. :
J5o:nl of John Hodg s, : s .s!c ri:T, in the
pet, a! una of i!0,0U'J, filed, cx..utii,ed ;.:ni
D'.nd ot R. Fitzg-'ruM, coroner-elect, in
the .-urn of f i.OIMI, approved.
Till! case of Tin- People vs. William
'A olti'Urn, for b:..-laidy. w..s ilisiol-.scd.
G:i irdian of laiii'ir ic irs of II. W. Ty-
i- I. tl'i-.'i bis ri port, which wisap-
.! i L :..e,it
I'-ca : . ! I ' : - o.
i'or (e iliitl.'l's f..r ;5 1 .5
Petition of :. hor.
Ill 111. d: i v .s i, t ;
if estate of G. o. V.
"ii real f -t itc, ilh-d.
Gu u'l' m a
i' -!:i appointed uith rule 1 1
J'. t'.tion of J. P. Ihoderick
to be made' p.ilty I . !'i !! Li:i t filed. M itien
to.stiike suiif: Iroc.i files ijvir-ruh.d, and
prayt r of petition granted.
Jn tlie matter of the ( state ot George W.
Short, deccised, It. E. Xoruian, ao'ininistra
tor. Hmd filed and approved, and letters
of wdiiiini.-traiioii issue I. Whereupon ad
ministrator filed inventory of tin: persona!
ell'-cts of the estate, which Was examined
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Welu r, deccas-'d. inventory and upprais,:
ni"lit bill tiled and approved. In mine cs
lat", widow's selection and r ,-eeip' for prop
erty, filed and approved. And it appearing
there was still flue tin: widow, over and
above tin: amount of her selection, the sum
of $.'0.ii;J, it was ordered by the court that
that amount be paid to Iter out of any mon
eys belonging to the estate.
In the matter of the guardianship of the
minor heirs of Taph y White, deceased, bond
and inventory tiled and letters issued in
vacation, nil of which was approved.
In the matter of tho estate of Phil. K.
Howard, deceased, bond filed and approved,
ami letters of administration issued. Daniel
1 1 art man, Fred. Koehler and Nicholas
Hacker were appointed appraisers of the
personal ell'ects of the estate.
In the case of F. Strauss & Co. vs. estate
of Charles Weber, assumpsit, judgment was
rendered in favor of plaintiff for $223 M.
Proceedings in vacation, to-wil: The
tiling of bond ami issuing of letteis in
estate of Martin Coffey, deceased, were ap
proved, In themulter of theestute of George W.
Short, deceased, Francis Short represented
to the court, that before his death, his
father, the suid George W. Short, bad pre
sented to him sundry articles of personal
propei ly mimed; and the court being satis
fied of the truth of the showing in tho
premises, ordered that the properly claimed
be turned over to said Francis,
In tho mutter of the estate of John
Brown, deceased. Administrator submitted
his final report, showing tin unexpended
balance in his hands of $20 815. Report
approved, ami ordir made that said sum
piriaix mitre sto ir
COK.COiStMKHCIAI i AV.
GEO. E. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Is fjuppllt'd with full hk uf J-'re.li l)nis, Medicine ami ( Ueniical of undoubted pnrltr
clu.lTlhldy.80"I," rl'rf"m,'r,, ,,r""h""' ""' Full Ml.c.r.llllu.popul.r Patent Kami), ih-r
rfcjiw IhI Car and Attention alven In flip f-nmponmlii, f pij, iHV prwi rllifiii.
be paiil over to widow of deceased on her
In the matter of the estate of Mary
Sweeney, deceased, imsil' of due publica-
tion of adjustment notice was filed and ap
proved, Administrator of the estate of John
Craig, deceased, filed his uiinual report,
w hich was examined anil approved.
In tho matter of the guardianship of
Mary E. Wood, a minor. Report tiled ami
Peter Saup, administrator of the ctute of
John 11. Ghio, deceased, submitted his final
rejsirt, which being approved by the court,
the aid Saup was discharged from further
liability on accoouut of his said adminis
The adininistratior of the estate of buns
Ulatteau, deceased, filed his repoit. The
same was examined and approved. Where
upon court adjourned until next Tuesday
Til K crowds of people tube si in at the
counters of O. Haythom & Co.'s popular
Hoot, Shoe and Dry Good house, prove that
it is place to buy.
A n l.i, linr: of ladies shoes at low prices
at O. Ha thorn Co.'s.
Foil a goo d shave lor ten cent", a good
hair cut fur twenty five cents, go to Ib nry
Schick's barbershop, No. Hi ('omiinrciil
(JrntY. Why will ini-ti smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Pro's
''N-.il o Norto Caro;it;a ' at tin- same luiccr i
Ih v ymir schi ml lm -ks ot A. W. lVitt A
Co. Tie ir stoc k is complete, and lln-ir
prices such as defy sui-f i-s-fii! f oioje titi .i),
Foil R. VI. Uriel, h ,ll-e .o. 7'.t Ilii;h;h
slr.-ct, wit'i fight rooms, out l.ouse-, ci-ti-ru,
eve. coinple'e. Apji'yto
Wi.nn I:m i.m(i-i -1 . j
Mi.n's Got.d Winter Il K.t- for -.o-
I, , ,
Haythom A Co.. at .f.'.'io.
Till-: parents and guardians of -i I I
children should bear in mimt that A. W. I
Pyatt A Co. kei p every d' -i. liption of s. h(.l 1 1 J 1 LI'MliTI!
books Used in the public m !.iih in Cairo, ' '
and offer tie 111 at price-, that s'a.ui 1 lia.v .1 j
..rolling inlluen, " with ,.-,. n.ie.d buy- ; Tj,(, J.()X ,n( jj.,. , . (
l!v Mr-. II irry Vt'.rker, CoMi.ien i il ae
,..; .-,r,,..r Sixth sir., t. J i I .'I L I ) I N( i MATKKIAi,
DAY HOARD !?.,'..7i PER WEEK. ;
In r: ii ectioit v.ith the Hotel is a lir-t- ; -cl.i-s
I. ir and billiard ri"-m on oppir-it" sid
of th- -tr-.. i : .'. who! -ale and n-tail I I"! x U'i 1 1 lt, Sid i n i'. I .a 1 1 i. I'.i
n -t--r ib-pot. Fia-sh iy stc i-s ri eeicd daily !
and .-old ct th" low, -t market rat.-v Or- A i H.e - rj- low, t ran r.
ih-rs from home or abroad will receive i -
prouiit attention, (hi and m- stock and Hal iilg a Hc.ivy Stuck of Logs on IU;:
prices hefor" purchasing clscwln-ra. ...
1 1 ; We are preparer! to
LOTS FOR SALE.
The following lots have lie u placed in
my bands for sale, and will bj ill-posed of
at low figures for cash, viz :
Lots fi and 10 in lihx k -"i.
. O. . .1 0
o ofj o i)u nr i, jii
" ' ' '' " tit!.
' li,10,j.12," " 47.
" 17, IN, 111, 20. 24" " 4M.
" Pi, 14. " " 71.
" 7,8,0,10,11," " 72.
All in the city of Cairo.
Xick wii. mams' Meat Siohe. Xo
butcher in the city is mo'o Miccessful in
satisfying his customers than Xick Wil
liams, whose meat stand is on the corner of
Washington avenue ami Twentieth street.
He takes special cure to provide himself
with choice meat.;, and to constantly have
on sale every kind that can be bought
elscw'iiere. Reef, pork, veal, mutton, sau
sage, fresh mid pickled tongues, etc. put
him to tin: test, and see if we fiver-state
Si:k our custom made shoes for children,
$1.25; for misses, $1.40. They are, 25 per
cent, cheaper than goods of the same qual
ity can be had elsewhere.
(). llAYTIIOllN & Cl).
The finest stoves in tho world. The
Westminister Rase Burner, and the Cham
pion .Monitor cook stove ut
Ik you would save money, buy your
school books, stationery, etc., of A. W. Py
utt iV Co. Their stock is full, and a little
inquiry will satisfy you that their prices are
us low as the lowest.
Tiik W. C. T. U. will give an oyster sup
per in the Reading Room, on Friday night,
the S2d of November. The friends of the
temperance cause aro cordially invited.
Ladies who desire to assist in tho good
work, can send in donations of pickles,
celery, broad, butter, Biigar, coffee or
milk, to tho Reading Room at any time
on Friday, or if they prefer donating money,
they can hand it to Mrs. S. I), Ayers, Treas
urer. Ry order of the President,
Moi.i.ut E. Wkhii, Secretary.
AN I) K1CUITK1 :NTJ I ST.,
' EW YOKK STOIiE,
WI10LKSALK AXI) RETAIL.
Tho Largest Variety Stok
in rm-: crrv
GOODS SOLI) VEItY ClA )Y.
Cor. Nineteenth trei l and i
Cfinimi-n lal Ave,
- T I DM c CO.
di;y coons, kic.
The largest wliolcsale mid i if ail Dn
(iinids and Clothing Htniso in ihi, i in
are i-eceiing new GihU ditih anil in-,
oil) iinggie.it buiguinsiii Iheiuost h tml
I . some liiiist of CARPETS. OIL Cl.n'ni-
' and MATT1NG: Silks, ('ashmen s. j'.).ti
I , Pl,"i: "'"I it great many otlu ih
' styles, of Jli-rs-s (lOf.lls. Fans. Etc.: ii
j J'.D't ill cVcrv di'Jial tincnl of their hlv
i fuss, they cordially invite the '-.' l."
: fn ci!l and sec their slock.
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS j
On ttn fleirU'i.D otice. I
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IH'I, MAN'S l.lVf.i: PAPS.
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