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THE OAIBO ItTO-VIEIVirBIEl 16,
HIS 8? fB! HR,
Wantiw. A smart (ionium Ind of 1'J
to 15 your, who cun ttil V: (Jormnti nnd
Kn;,'liili. (Cittholio (in-furrcd.) Apply
lit tliit ollk'f. It-
Lookout fur Troy's Surprise. .Storu.
Cheap I Cheaper ! ! Cheapest 1 1 Mm Cairo
or iitiy other sea port, Look out for clr-uttlar-t
titi'l poster, Sign of thu Hlue
An: thu recovered dyspeptics, hllioui
itill'cror victim of fever mid lsjup, thu
iiiurcurinl deceased piitlcnt, how thoy re
covered health, chuorful spirits mid good
nppclite thoy will toll you by taking
Simmons' Liver Itcgiilutor.
Nov 1 1 dA:w I w
It is of tin! utmost imjiortiincu lolmve
Sucttiiclei ndnntcd to tliueyu in rt scientific
.yiatiiHir. Agents lmvo received full instruc
ti8n?lri the nrtf Uttlne; Spectacles m:-
curMely. Triber Jtroi-jholu Aijcnti in tliii
phicejfor Lnznrus A: .Morris' Perfected
Sjtectiicle. Olvo them u cull.
i.'ov 1 1 mo lihVw
I.ikk'QuakkiiUl'.sh." Artlllclul teeth
:iru of little urc, nnd enslly dcteetod. Tnkii
enroof thu rcid one. All you need In frn
grant Sozodont. I'm it daily, arid your
teeth will Ic tho hit ol nature's gifts to
'Spntildlngs CSluw" tnendt heiidlcs dolls
and broken cradlui. novltcodlw
. understand that tho Hon. I). V.
Miinn haj avowed a purpose to hunt up
and burn ovcry hook, paper and document
of a political nature, uhout hi premise,,
and to leuvo tho ioliticnl nreiia forever.
Unlos hu can flnd it convenient to Itnvn
tho ltiidtenl jmrty, hli determination i a
Ho proH)JCi, wo undcritand, to scttU
down to business. At ho It n voting man,
most wonderfully Me!! with the "gift of
f; b, hadn't ho better itudy law. Older
men than he havo made lawyer of them
sclvci. Turiitr Dullar ltvril t
Tho above reword ii oirrod for Infor
niatlon that will lead to the arrest and
conviction of those villulnnus loy who
brake In tho window and Hole the key
and committed other depredation In the
I. -ach Houih, mi Ninth street, on Satur
day mid Sunday k't, tho 15th und 13th
Inst, novll tt
Thk ritr.VTr.i:us Sociaiii.k. Wo
were in error yeiturday In denominating
tho entertiiiriiiitwt lUed for Thursday eve.
nin In the lecture room of the lr-by.
t'-riau church, "a concert." Theru may be
Instrumental nnd vnl music during the
evening, but if thoro is It will b voluntary.
The alfiir n.ay b int proiwrly denom
inated it "lot iable" the objuct of thejar
tioi intcrosted being t revive the enter
tiiiumenti of that kind which were so pop
ular hero few month ago. Wholesome
and ''toothiomu" refreshment will be
John 1'kthib's X km Mkat Makkkt.
Itusidcnti of tho ncighborhool of Four-M-uth
trect and Washington uvcnuit will
be glad to learn that John IMrle, one of
oldoit and most succeisful butcher', hat
opened a new meat shop In thu lllaukun
burg building, where nil kir.ds of fresh
meiit beef, Jiork, iiiultoii, veal, lamb, ven-
-n, auiage, etc., of the be.t quality, cau
alway be had in quantities to suit purcha
Hir. Cuitouinrs may send their children
and any kind of .meat called for will bo
furnished, full wctght and at tho rate rui
ng tho market, l'ctriu nski a share of
patronage, and will guarantee full latisfac
Hon In every Instance. Novl I do
Thk Puducah Dally Atfi c.m;i, one of
tho ablest und best paper publlshod In tho
Smith, come to u greatly enlarged and
improved in every respect. The proprie
tor, Mc.sr. J. Martin, jr., & Co., are cx
poricnccd'nuwspapor men. talented gentle
men, mid Democrat who fully compre
hend tho nuccltleof the filiation, North
and South. AVo mark thu evidence of
prosperity their paper betray, and if tho
poopluof I'ndiicahnnd Western Kentucky
don't mako Mosri. M. Jr. it Co. rbh, thoy
will ilgnally full in properly rewarding
uowtpapcr merit and enterprite.
, The sidewalk In ditl'ercnt part of the
city aro in it wrotched condition. At soma
point thoy nro broken down and tho lloor
Ing missing, at othor point planks uro
brokon and rotten, and In n hundred places
tho railing Is mislng, or h in un unsafe
condition. A few thousand feet of lumber
and a half doion keg of nails will supply
all tho matorlal ncoiled to muko all needed
repair, and thoro aro dozens of men of
families in tho city prcporty owner and
tax payor, who would bo glad to perform
tho work at it vory modcruto rato of com
pensation. In such an unsafe condition aro tho side
walk at somo points, that residents of tho
neighborhood aro afraid to pass over them,
and actually threaten, If tho needed ro
pair aro not made, to tear tho bidowalk
to tho ground. Uottor havo no sidewalks'
thoy say, than to havo dilapidated affair t0
Imperil tho limb? und lives of their wives,
children nnd selves overy timo uioy wniK
out after nightfall.
, Mil, Dveii and Miss Ida Cnsoy, daugh
ter of lion. N. It. Cusey, of .Mound City,
wore Joined, yeitordiiy, in tho holy bonds
of matrimony, Several ladle) and gen
tleman of Cairo worn prosent, and with
tho largo crowd of friends of tho family
present, woro most hospitably entertained
For tho newly married wo lmvo good
wUhcs only. May no cloud ever, for a
moment, darken their dommtio ky. In
all thing may tho union bu blced.
We acknowledge thu receipt of a kind
Invitation to bu present, but mutter "turn
ed up," ns thoy generally do with us, o
that wc couldn't go.
(!i:.v. John A. Logan doesn't like tlie
lii'f.t.KTi.v. It bin been hurting his party.
Ho doesn't, however, propoui to iturt a pa
per In K;;ypt that can repel tho Hcf.r.c
UN's iiisiiult. Ho know that "truth I)
mighty and wtll'provall," though u hun
dred ltndicnl paper, iutcrpojc. He would
crush tlie jltu.KTlN in n way peculiarly
1' i lical, vir.: I'uij k law to suppress. It,
anil to imprison tho editor !
Freemen remumber, with u shudder, thu
time when freedom of speech and freedom
of the pres) were de'riicdMo American eltU
zin. Hut those, dark day) are gone, and
tho Logans who would revive thorn, live
only to ho despiicd and rxocmlcd.
Tin: meeting of tho Council Monday
night had for its objuct tho resolutions
which wo publish in another column. Tno
complications that have grown out of tho
street filling contract, are most perplexing
and ugly. No satisfactory solution can b!
Thu ell'cct of tho refusal of tax payors to
pay tho levy to provide interest for tho
Fox, Howard A Co. bonds, can bo plainly
foreseen; but everybody is bound to ac
knowledge tho forco of the argument of
thole who refuse to pay on the ground that
they aro nobody debtor on account of
street-rilling having paid tbo asiMsmenl
agninslthcm while tho work was progress
ing. Those who aro delinquent on the
same score will refuse to pay tho interest
levy, becauso "taxes should be uniform."
Tho prospect, are, thcicfore, that the next
installment of Interest that falls duo will
not be paid.
Tin: l'Koi'Lr.'n Mkat Mak k-UT. C
OayciiA: Co., I'iiohiiktoih. Tho meat
market Just opened by Gayer and Co., at
tho corner of Washington Avenuo and
Tenth street, is Just exactly uch a meat
market as those who know Gayer would
expect him to establish when ho "spreads
himself." Kverythlng I new, freshly
painted, and wear an air of cleanliness
that no one will full to commend.
Gayer A: Co. nre among the oldoit and
most experienced butcher of the country
and have learned that it pays ht to keep
llrt class meat, and command it ttrsl clas
custom. If citizens would, theroforc, m
ctiro splendid fresh moats, pork, beef, mut
ton, veul, lamb or MtusBge they can ul
way Und them in any quantity dusirvd at
the People's moat market. .Iut try it. tf
Ox Friday night hit ths'rewani noUy
and very enthusiastic Jolllllcation meeting
In the neighboring town of Joueihoro.
X large bontlro was built in the iquaro
nnd within its glare no less than three or
four hundrod Dumocrat gathered to ex-
chnngo congratulations, and shout over tho
victory of Tuesday. One of tho number,
who Is known as quite a wag, npproiche 1
tho bontlre, and, with hat in hand, ex
claimed: "All true Democrats will burn
their huts I" Salting hi actions to hl
words, ho gave hi hat it flinging motion,
but Instead of en-ting It Into tho "ames,
brought it around under his coat breast.
Tho cheat wui not detected, nnd In half tho
time It takes in to tell It, twenty-sit Dem
oorutlc hat) were cmt Into the roaring
houflru and wore burned to cinder! Hut
tho wag didn't ccape. HU eighteen dol
lar olmpeau wni utibsequeiitlr snatched
from his bond, ami soon added lt cinder
to the cinder of the twenty-six others.
a iihick mvi:u.ix.' housk for
A two story brick residence, admirably
arranged, with largo grounds I lots), tit
tinted on thu corner of llolbrook avenue
and 'sl'wenty-third ttreet, will be sold on tho
mot reasonable term. It Is located on
high grounds, In uu excellent neighbor
hood, thu ground containing bearing fruit
tree, vine nnd choice ndect!onof hrub- i
bory. it is, in short, onuof the comploivt
omei In tho city.
Apply to W. 11. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Greun i; A Men's.
, Tin: Ckxiiial Mkat .Makkkt.
Messr. Fred Kot bier a Co., of the Cen
tral Meut Market, deslro It understood that
they keep all kind of meat, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb and veal; 'that they buy and
slaughter tho best nnd fattest animal
brought to thl market j dres and survo
out tho meats In a neat und cleanly man
ner, and deal with everybody tairiy ami
Market baskots of cutomer delivered
frco of charge to r.uy part of thu city.
F resh sausago on sulo evory morning.
Uuy your meut, thou, nt tho Centra
Meat Murket, near tho corner of Tenth
street, on 'Washington uvoilue.
. , . , .
AG km, Tho Evening Star Is tho most
benutlfuf sheet-iron cylinder wood stove
made. It I durable, economical, and tho
poor man's friend. Everybody should
have one of those excollent stove.
Nov 14 d&w It
Shfll oysters received every day by
Louis Herbert. If
(Callcil meeting of tho Joint Council, lor tlm
I iuroit iif tnkinj; notion in ri'ar l lo stilt"
, nlunit to tin Inflitiili'l n' mint thdOty for the
n "ovcry oi inmioy pain ior street tilling )
Caiiio, 111., Nov. 11, 1870.
His Honor tho Mnvor being absont, on
motion, Alderman McKcu was elected
President of tho meeting.
The roll then being called, Wussr. Ar
tor, Ilarclny, Carroll, Fitzgerald Iionergiin,
McKoe, Meyer, Mendel, Taylor und Will
der responded to their names.
There being h quorum present, Council
inan Jiarclay presented the following reso
lution, to-wit :
Whereas, Curtain person claim that the
City of Cairo Is indebted to them in cer
tain turn of money, alleged to have been
paid by them upon certain .troct-fllllng as
kcssmcntf , which said person declare tlieir
Intention toinstitnte suits, at once, for tho
recovery of the money thus alUged to bo
due them; and
Whereas, Two certain suit havo ben
decided in tho Alexander County Circuit
Court, involving most, if not nil, tho ques
tions which will probably arise in the llrst
mentioned suits or actions, rho lid they bo
I Instituted, one or both of which said suits,
(li'ddcU in said Uircuit Uotirt, it is expect
ed will bo taken to tho Supremo Court for
limit decision, nt it January term, A. J).,
Now, therefore, bo it rcsol veJ by tho City
Council of the city of Cairo, that, In con
sideration of tho aforementioned persons
delaying and forbearing thu institution uf
suit Hguinst the City of Cairo for the re
covery of said alleged indebtedness until
tho Until determination of tho Supremo
Court upon tho suits named, tho city of
Cairo hereby promises nnd agrcc, that,
until the lapso of four (4) months nftortho
lliiiiK of tho opinion of the Supreme Court,
deciding said suits, it will not plead or
take any advantage of the lapse of timo by
way of barring any suit or notion afore"
;uld, that may or might bo instituted by
(aid person for tho recovery of said sum
This "resolution is not Intended th em
brace any claim, or right of action, which
may have accrued aga'lnit the city of Cairo
within tho last four year.
' After everal lengthy dobatcs the reso
lution was amended lly striking out tho
last clauso which read as follows: "This
resolution is not intended to embraco any
claim or right of action, which may havo
ftccnifd against tho city of Cairo within
tho last four years.''
A motion to adopt tho resolution, as
nmonded, was then mnde, seconded, put
and carried by tho following, vIk
Ayes Artcr, llarclay, Carroll, Fitz
gerald. Lonegan, Mcvor, McKcc, Mendel
Nays Taylor I.
There being no further business the
Tun notlco of tho parlor concert nt Mr.
Gilbert's, last night, was crowded out.
l)eplto the Inclement weather, o good
crowd wa present. Detail to-morrow.
Phvmcai. HruuLATios. Thn causes
of this disenso often lio beyond our sight
and wo learn thlr nature onlv bv the
symptoms. Thus wu find out our physical
depravity. It may spring from a torpid
liver, or inactive kidney, or n disordered
stomach, or Impure blood. Now M1SII
I. KI'.S HKKH IlITTF.US U a tundard
remedy for working out morbific matter
nnd HjrifyIng the blood and necrctlons;
for invigorating tho utomuch; forcing
with healthy action tlx- livr uud spleen ;
healing and strengthening th kidney
imparting elasticity to tho muscles, and a
culm force to the nervous tom. The
debilitated nnd enfeebled of both .-res
uud nil age will tlnd It tho only true, safe
ami satisfactory Umuihlc and alterative,
bitten in use, and under Its vitalizing
operation, pcrfvn health and splundld
p!rit are insured. Sold everywhere.
Phalos's "Vitallii," although transpar
ent and colorless, will darken grey hair
to the exact shade It woro before it began
to fade! Among tho triumphs of toilet
chemistry It stands pre-eminent. It t
clenrnnd wet mt:lling,:tiid It name U al
ready a "hottiohoM word."
Sold by all druggist nnd fanoy goods
denier. Novl I d&w Iw
CiiAiiTKK Oak ConiCiMl Stoves and
KvunlngStar heating stoves tho host m
uo for sulo by C. W. Henderson, 1'JO
Commercial Avenue. Seu advertisement.
Flouk' Choice Family Flour iubl
half bbls., ueks, a.-c, for rale at tno Kgyp.
tluti MilN. ml
l. Iliiustnii, l.ou.
Cty nrKt.uisv.Uc, Kv
A. ilikn.', I'. liiinr.W'A'i,
.NnlC Wall, SI. 1.0 ill,
Kuti I'utiwm N O, '
Jlnr j llulloton, .. I),
A, llnUcr, (', iiiianlt'ioi,
Ariii.il, Pa In.' ill,
1 llt! Illl'l, .VlKll.
UuOii'un. -i. Loam,
city ul ('tivH'r, Mvnip.
Ml; Wall, t-tin-itjxif i
Tho llrtnow storm of tho sciuou oc
curred yotorday aflornoon, nnd was ns
ficrco and blinding for a 'short time us we
ever witnessed. The uow melted within
it few minutes after fulling. This morn
ing is nearly clear und quite cold.
Tho river has fallen six Inches since
Tho Mississippi Is fulling steadily ut
St. Louis, with nine feet, cant, above
All tho rivers above Cnlronro fulling.
Tho Ohio i falling at Pittsburg with
three feet alx,!uchcs In tho ohannol. It is
fulling at Louisville and Evtuisvillo with
twenty six inches wator in tho chuto over
tho fulls nnd llvo foot out to Cairo.
Husines) hcru continue fair.
Tho Hakor brought out 1,050 bbls
flour and llmu for roshlpmont South.
Tho City ofEvunavlllo mado her llr.t
nppeurnnco since repairing, last night. She
bus new chimneys larger thun tliooldstovo
pipo looking atfair which woro put up on
lior nt Pittsburg, and has stairways by
which passenger can mount to an eleva
tion of thlrty-ilvo fict up tho new chitn
noy, whero thoy can keep warm and vlow
tho scenery nlong tho shores In cool weath
er. Sho ha boon beautifully painted, and
thoroughly repaired for tho winter season.
Sha brought out 18G bugs, wheat, i'.O pkg).
Bundriss for Cairo, 100b&lc3 shooting, i!00
bales batting for St. Louis, and CO pkgf.
furnituro nnd 80 tons assorted freight for
Yesterday was n gala day at Mound
City. Tho lovely and exceedingly popu
lar daughter of the Hon. N. 1'.. Casey, wa
married amid the congratulation of a host
of friends from Mound City, Cairo uud
other points, and departed for Juliet, and
Knnsason the nftornouti train. As uu ev
idence of tho high esteem in which Miss
Ida Casey is hold, wo mention tho fact
that rich and poor, high nnd low, whlto
nnd black, accompanlod her to the train,
ad vied witit each other In wishing her
and tho husband of her choice, all manner
Tho mngnlflcctit steamer Dexter was
also hunched off tho Marino Ways, wheru
she hni been widened and lengthened so
that her capacity for freight has been about
doubled. Sho will now carry fully 180U
ton, and although twolvu feet wider than
before, It Is expected, from her improved
model, that she will bo as fast, when light,
or loaded to not over six feet, as before tho
present reconstruction took place. Sho
was formerly about as poor a freight boat,
considering her cost and size, a could lie
found on the rlvr, nnd Is now one of tho
Thu Turner and Hisrnarck aru duo
this evening for Now Orleans, nnd the
Julia for Vicksburg.
Tho Quickstep is the regular packet
for Kvanivillc to-day.
The Armada leaves for Puducah daily
nt 4. p.m.
Monday Evkni.no, i
Nov. 14, 1870.
During tho past three days our general
market has been rather dull, nnd prices of
he principal articles of produco have un
dergone no quotablo changes.
P.occrpls of almost everything are quite
light Just now, and yet sufficient for tho
very moderate want of speculators nnd
dealers, nil of whom seem sntlstlcd with
Shippers especially, have lately found
very little encouragement in tho tenor ot
their southern advice to Induce shipments,
as all thu principal markets there nro rep
resented ns being dull and lifeless, with
no export demand whatever for either
flour or grain. Until there I a marked
improvement in tho demand for tboso
commodities south, wo cannot liopo for nu
active market here.
The order business, which it usually
quite active at this feruon, is restricted
this year by the iow'prlco of cotton, which
has created a scarcity of funds among the
agricultural chtisos, it largo proportion of
whom aru ulroudy indobtcd to. their mer
chant to tho full .valuo of their crops.
Money lj likely to work closo in that sec
tion for tho next twelve month ; nnd us a
natural consequence they will bo likely to
purchaso as sparingly as possible of all
needed supplies. With tlii view of the
situation, wo can scarcoly look forward to
an active order buslnca during tho prev
ent season, though by proper etl'orl we
havo no doubt our merchants can secure
for thcmsolver n fair shnro of It, ai their
facilities for doing thl. business are un
equalled by any other western market.
Flour continue) dull and depressed,
with no demand except from the local
trade and on order', and prices uru quota
bly unchanged. The lale reported com
prise: SO bids full nnd suticr from store tl 00
100 " " X " 7.".
100 " " XXX " ft 10
100 " choice " C 7.'.
75 ' family " 7 1)0
3MI " citv mill wlntor wheat Iml-Ii
double und treble oxtra. S5 '.'5. 3 Mlaiid I
8; '2o. IW7 bbl various grade) on order, 1
from I L'4.7 1(1.
Xl'heitt rcccint are verv ll-dit. and
comprise 1 car mil-tv, sold at Son., and 1
..! ..,.1 II ,
car lair red SI 05,
Com The market I poorlv supplied,
and tu1c in coiiM.-itiim;i tw next to
nothing. oO iinck new yellow told In new
hurlim at COo, 1 car old mixed white In
now lmrliip) at G'.'Jo delivered, nnd SO sks
choice old white at 7k
OtllN The market ha been dull and
weak, und more than our latest iiiildo ipio
tatlou I not now paid except for strictly
The ale reported couiirIcl
cur in hulk, delivered.
1 " " on track
I " in new hnrhips, delivered.
II II V I In trond detiuind lor choice,
tlie hulk uf receipt- belli:; of Inferior and
medium grade. Sue were
1 car ordinary, delivered ft $1 (
1 "fair ' " ft U 00
1 " "on track ft 17 00
!! " " delivered ft
I Oil ;
1 " iirime. " ft
1 ii o it i ft 18 60
C'wrii Mt!iil. 'Jo hhls fresh bolted,
lrcon meal Mild at $: 30, und small lota of
city kiln dried at?:! 50.
It an dull, no sales reported.
Provision-quiet and tinchnnged
on nil descriptions. Vory little doing.
Etutler Tho market i woll supplied
with nil grades, with a vory ntoderato de
mand for choice only. Fifteen packages
of prime lo choice roll and puckod sold nt
:iO(!Jo5c, the latter for selection.
Etfpi Aro In better supply, but with
good demand, and prices nro linn. Fifteen
pkg sold at itOc,
I'oullry Isplonly and dull. 10 coops
voting and mixed chickens sold at Si "5,
and S'J 70, and ton coop at 200 to ft 00,
thu lnttor for fat hens.
Appli'M Aro dull except for strictly
choicu northern, which nre In futr demand.
00 bbl sold tit from 3 003 60, tho latter
for selected fruit.
Ioluloi' Aro quiet nnd firm. 100
bush I'oachblows In bull: sold from store
t 7.V-, 10 Miiall bbls nt Si 00, nnd small
Jots on ordora at $2 GOrJi i! 73 per bbl.
nloii-Aro dull at 'J0fri1 r.O.
Calihiuic ."00 Mld at $7 00 per hun
dred. IJSoruluim JIoIiisho is plenty nnd
null, nnd freely ollored at toe in bbls, j
without finding buyers. !
CirfM'crlt'H. Wo lmvo no change to '
noto In quotations of any description, and
business is quiet. ,
I'iu'IkIUi nro quiet at quotation?,
with fair shipment).
Tho weather to-day ha been cold and
windy, having suddenly changed Inst night
from a milder temperature, imd is to-day
colder than any previous day this fall.
IIKKSS' New Yoric F.vHorv Iflnl.'S
Cori'I'.E-l'rlmn t C lolce -'.! iiM
Common In r.ilr !i0it'j!4 .
1AXm.KS-SI.ir, iKht weight 1
KH KHT -In tnrrel - '- 7,'.is:i 0(1 .
nmitilps U Uu'! 7 !
POWDKIt-Keg., ritle tlOOn
Kegs, MftMIni; -I OOu t :tr
MOrjAHK-) New Orleans In Mils... ,
Do. I...T Y. Iidl
8ynip 7." ut un
Sorithum ' no
Ott.H Coil, per ctllon ,
, I tl.lnl til I
1 1.1a 1 '40
I'.OPi: Maolilnn rnade, Ky. terlb,
lV. ir lb.
Uu 0' c
JIan'l tntilp, Ir lb ...
5Iilllnpor Hi - 0'i7
DIltEI) I'KUri I-Cii"lies, for q-s nn-t nif
per Hi ....
Apples, per III
SOAI'Itoiln, .rr (!.... 7nS
HUdAIIInrl, per lb... ISKnlO
A Colli'" I ln I. 1r,
Kxirn (; 1 lc
Nrwcrop, N. O. In IiIhIk.
' " in I.M
Ilciunrnri in libl lint lc
HIIOT Assortfl nMmlrf-ri", p'Tkct-... .tiinttud
lluck, -J- Hi Imt; a,75n'4 h.1
lUrluil, pi-r lb I O.i 1(1' j
T011ACCO Dark, per lb - CUWnO.1
litzht, peril 7.", it till
Hrijiht.pTlli 75 nl on
Smoking, per lb, pks. :i3nl 0(1
OSS' COAIi YAltI.
fOOT OF ELEVENTH STREE
Mount Carlson, 1u !noiii mill
A itonil itiiil' nil IInil,iuiil ill llvcrcil
In ait)- part of the clly.
Ilvcrr Iiad or (,'uul Wclglicd, and full
.11 en mi re (livou.
m; uuoixcoAi. i i:itMsi:t at 9 io
n-.u c'Ait i.oasi.
Onlcr Kit ;t tliV tV n w(lU niU'l unmcllnti l)
JA.MKS KOSS. I'liip'r.
Arc Prepared lo Supply Cusloniers
ttitli the Ileal Oiinllty or
Orilci IrU nl Hnllhluy ll.o.. Olllrr,
i. 711 Oliln I.rtei, ur ill llir uul
Yutsl lirlntv llii' Kl. 'liiirli' !l
lrl,vlll Ki-rs-lx' liuiiiil
Tl.e Tua "Motitauk" will brlni; Coat along, il
liMiarrsmnny lin r. .luy or nilit.
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DEALER IN FIREWOOD
i1 it : ui:n to rt:.f. n:ii:its
I'roinpily iiinl f.iti'.M tonly, .t!i ilu- wry U'
was: iimi :u lexzmuc
l.mive Order- nt lliilen's Old Slnud
OH AT'I in: POST Ml'l'K'i:
t:i:K. sv Um-:::T,
A'iTOUXKYS A.VO (JOUXSIILLOKS AT
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viL.uil.il ulli.nlimi nll.nlii 1 .1 ,,i , rtilt . ,n.l ...ilttia
(it lit hUHilU'iia,
unite on Ohio licvrr. Itoimn 7 ami
over City JS'ul liuiitl lliuil;.
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A'lTOItXKVS AT LAW,
Olllee In Ilrumi' .Vciv tlullilliiK, coriic?
o' llih Ntr. nuit t'oiiisiierrlul Ave,
IV. J. Allen, J
II. Wnttnii Welili, J IMIHO, 11,1,
I, P lliillrr I
osuo Miva:i5, caiuo. ;
FULTON iV SON'S, - J Proprietor
Aro Kow In l ull lieratlni. i
Mosrx. Kultoa A Bonn uro prepared to furnish
nil kinds ol Flour of tlie best qiiiulty, ami nlno
Jlill KveJ ef nil kluJu. (Iruliam Flour, In snckit
or io W quantity, niS'lo from tho Lest Wlutj
BAI E I C E !
IS COMING ! !
Vijnr thi; li.vuiuisT snow ox
KarJh nrWulcr, nnd will r.xhlhli
jJjO OAIBO !
riilDA Y, :ov. ifilh
On llii. nrin ri r K iilli nml I'' i.,
l-TI'.llV'O.V sNI BVKN...
AN' I r.M.I.V.V nn.l AM Kttll.'.V.. i . ft
I'A.N ltlfllK MuiiK-r mill I rojirl'lor,
TWO MllNHTr.lK'D.Ml'.lXIK UMlWl
I'm: (ink rui('i;(ir ahmhsiun.
Tnitis-iitluiith1 nnd .A'atiiiiuil
The Lovvlli'st I.ndy l,crfonnci,i !
TIm Vvs ECiilei's
Tint I.'ri-atit a.rHprrs,
Thii Hest TutniihTM,
Thu runniest 'Ioviih lit lliu
ui:au tiik iiiu.s i i:i:.m thi: dii.i-s!
Hrlmillnn, Hie dre.it Cli imp. on Itldcr.
(I'llrlrn, th" Cliillcngo llU'Httc t.eairr ncl
DoiiMk koincanU Turner.
Tlie Mini MnnUry. Cr.I.fa.
Slgimr :ililiiin, tho Mn l-'ly.
Tlioll rwncl Arnlilnu llrollier.
.1. II. Utlllj-,t!,e lljln Yiultcr.
SIkhoi' Fnriinln, tho L.vinK Itlininn Knot
John CitUltnii, Iho l.erpirl Athlete.
Xllrk CUrk, tho l'riiicol Dm llunllo.
AViu, (I. .Miles, tlie J o Ji'tlerson .of th
Nlgnnr CIifToril, Iho f!r.inl (Ij ninnst ot tho
Jninc .ifcfliilrr, th flroat Comic Voralint
I'Mille 1 1 nil i')', tlicHniitlltnnl I'unnls-st ol
IVIt Crowno'l I'onls.
Five Principal Lady Per-
Tri' u ll"i-e flii l
K'iUine 1U inty,
The le'tori'iiis t'l .v it Mul- - Ptls- nn.l Ilnr-iii-j'-
Th" arrival r t t.'iMwoeiMt Cir.-u.os will I 1 n r -
iil li-.l by n para lo Hironli ilm irincil utr's-t-,
nt ibirl niiMiil IIiiiiiI I'hnrlnl, ilrnmiy ten
el. it inily inirkcl liorp, liiriiinii; niiirh ami
buptly tomn, vjliicl M irn iIiuii-uihI iloilnr', mi'l
ilrni u lirilnM'cifbriltl KiiihIiI uf Ilm ItibbuiK,
.Mr. Cbnrlrs ll. rrviivii.
I..nt fail l.i Him fpirib'l nnl rlnrtniiiit
H t,v W, ami U l'r llitf run-llilli lilil.lr ! Ilm
mIhtC nil lUnJ.
Will )-.-. it i vs!y I'xlniiit, rum sir ihlno, Imnni;
li.n I i.Xrt".sly.ntriii'lt'i 'r ttiio'nuilii-rii trip a
nrwlr InM-n'i'il itnt, of innoh li. ui isr in..l,rial
Anotlicr nmr fMtureof rainfort I, tho Patent
ClreiK Slmi , tlm I'M Imivuritlit urn. i ulin-li
tins Urn purt'liueil by tins Mlitm-itt. nn.l
wlih'li, ttlifii tho iiirlctnency or ru:or of the
ucatlirrili'iiiitnils, nl l p in'iul tititler lb" ent
la viii'li a in iliurr. its II unpirt ureeal.le Rii'l
t;ialiiliiriiilh throughout tlm iinii'liio'li WM.
Look nut for llir lllk' Mi'IiiiiImiiiI t
Tho Mounter ntel treiu- Msrvvl of Iho 01.1 nnl
llinir Open nt 2 mul 7 o'clock, p.m.
Noiwilh-liir.illni; tho rp-n.n uttt'ii'ant upon o
vi-tanl ulnil jii Hrr, prift swill lenmiu ns
berituf.ir, sit. :
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between a" v 'jii tua
OFFCU ltd ' ii ( it
- Ij-JuJ I C ,
ryi fiavv pun
I BEST END Umm
Wood GTook Stove
Has the Titd'nl Firo llnltoiti
WAiti:.vhTi:i) xot to ckack.
Beerwart, Orth & Co.
I.'tO t'oimiu'rclul A vt'iiuo,
Cairo, - " Xlllxxolss
.12. SMIILMP.S V CO.
tHHocpi.ors to K. II. llrn'lrlcks Jt Co.
i.t nr.u a i. advamta .mad:: o.v .
.'C.rfl pni.iril lo rwi-lri-, lorn nn.l forwstil
frrlnhtK to nil points, an I Imy nml rll on coin
)irllii,lnv.sattfnilol lo xitli proinplness.
.V. IS. IMIIMilN,
IdifiMHWirM I'ar'.r-t rtitll.
Flour, ?Ion!. liny, Corn, OuIh,
Cor.10tht.&0hi Lev ee
CM I U, ILLINOIS.
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FLO U R.
l.'J.i Ohio I.evee.CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
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FX.OXT.R Ss CTO AI2ST
iris T. I'suum
I I Vl.l.'-.s IN
VIA) I K, t'OUX, oatn. ir. V,
33 to., 322to.,
Jir .SS $Ehio Xevc
L'LASSWAKi: mid IJOUSK FUUNs.MI
185 and 107 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
VliTE LEAD. ZIIC, OILS
Wlmloiv d'htis mid Putty,
llriiklies, AV'ill I'ltprr, Wln.low Slin
05 ohio li:vi:i:,
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