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Attkntion, Siii Kniuiith. A rt-yulnr
tm-etiug of tlm Cairn Coninuiidury No l!l
will be liwld tills uvuiilng at Imlf-tmst 7
flock. J. 8. KEAltDMN', KeenruVr
Lookout for Troy's Suriirlm .Store
Cheap ! Cliiupur 1 1 Clu-npi-st I I ! In Cairo
or any otlior tea port. Look onl for fir-t-uliirs
wtiil posters, Slyti of the I 1 tie
Tin: nest "parlor concert" will ho hold
ri tlm Constrratory of Music, on Com
tnurcliil avutiui-, one iloor abovo Sixth (t.,
on Tuely cvonlnij, Ncv.2'.M. As inual,
an exr-ellenl programme will 1! prupariul.
MlMtillKYfiCi liovs have loriMlownanil
carried nil" lliu railing of the sidewalk ut
thu corner of l'oplar mid Twenty-first
ttrt-ets. Thu loys aru spottd," uml if
cniiKht nt llku mischief mjaln they will re
ceive n visit from thu police.
Mi IIkiiuui s . horse, attached to a
mall spring waffon, seard ut sutnu object
near thu Corner of Twelfth it reel arid
Washington uvunuo, about 1 o'clock to
tiny, nri'l .lathed furiously up the slruit
as far in Twentieth street, who ro its tiind
canter wai chcckd. No damage ilono.
A .tuuiiRit of young men, tome of whom
urn known, passed alont; Commervial ave
nue at a latu hour Imt night, (-hauling
li;n and ohstructlng tho sidownlk with
dry gooJi bdxei, eta. Such conduct sub
Jjct tho guilty parties to prosecutions for
malicbus ulschlof, and thepunnlty ought
to Imj enforced.
Tim .Vtar insist that Mr. Davis shall
answer thoquetllon: "It tho Sun goini; to
The Star' anxiety in tho matter Is prob
ably dun to a Jesiro to gohble in n lot cf
Second-hand printing niaturial.
Fresh Ilaltiinore, oysters served In any
stylo deiired, can bo obtained, nt any hour
of the day or night nt LouU Herbert's
restaurant. Alio oysters for sale by the
can, In any quantity i!eIr-il, ut the inm
Wantkk IwusDiArr.i.T. ilUO wood
choppers to cut wood on the linn of tho
Hi. Louis k Iron Mountain railroad. Half j
fare tickets furnished at thu ticket ollicoln
tit. Louis. Wage, JlJO per cord. Apply
at tho various wood yards, or to
novlOa H.J. DUAL, Charleston. M-j
Ask tho recovered dyspeptics, bilious
sutferers, victims of fuver and mur, the
mercurial deceased patient, how they re
revered health, cheerful spirit and good
appitiui they will toll you by taking
.Simmons Liver Itegulator.
Nov It d&w lu
It is of tin utni'Mt iuip-rlaiic- to hive
Spectacle adapted totheeyu in n scientific
munncr. Agent havo received full instrue
tionsln tho nrtof fitting Spectacle a
luratoly. Tuber Hros; Solu Aucnts in thl.
place '.for Lazarus .V Morris' 1'erfected
Spectacle. (ive them a call.
Nov 1 1 mo ld&w
-John T. FAOIN.IatoiIty clerk of Cairo
It now running thelecal department of tho
Little Hock Dally Qtiutlt, and running it
verysueccisfully. He ilo tho V. M. of a
lood Templar lodge, and tvache a class
in Sunday school. Stranjjer than all. ho
hu no designs upon any rich, plou old
WIct. daughter I
1'uju.on's! '-VitHlln," although Iraiispar-M-nt
and rolerlen, will darken grey lmir
to tho exact sluidu it woro Wore it began
tnfiidu' Aiming thu triumph of toilet
Vmistry It stands pre-eminent. It Is
i leurand sweet smelling, nud it name U al
ready n ''household word.''
Sold by all druggist and fancy good-,
d-inllr. ' NovHsKVwlw
A suituxKof Democratic citixcns pro
puu to jiresout to Mayor Wilson u valua
ble, gold-headed cano, us on evidence of
their appreciation of hi service on the
.lay of tho election. Ho showed himelf,
on' that day, tlrm and unflinching in tho
discharge of his duty under thu law, and
thu provunted thu "capture of tho city"
by illegal negro votors,
Tho presentation will take place thu
ovonlng, and, with others, wo expect to bo
there to see.
'W are sorry to learn that Coloml
"ilo mien's timber coatract resulted In
groat pecuniary losses to him. For tho
protection of his creditors he has done all
thnt an honorable man could do, having
surrendered tho last dollar's worth of prop
orty ho ha In tho world to mako them
Tho Colonul Is now in St. Louls.we un
derstand, and will, if an opening is offered,
accept a mercantllo travelling agoncy. No
man of our aniunintanco could olToct mora
In that capacity in Southern Illinois, than
Col. lleardon. Ho I known everywhere
and is universally enteomcd as an honest
and honorable gentleman. If any St
Louis homo wants a liboral share of Kgyp
tltn patronage, now is tho time to strike
for It, and tho Colonel Is undoubtedly tho
man to do the striking.
Shell oysters received every day by
Hi t.iomuH Notice. Notice Is hereby
given that thu installment of ltov. Ilobort
Holbi;; as pastor of tho (.erirrnn hvnng.
Luth. "Iminanuel's Church" of Cairo, will
lalo placo next Sunday, tho 'JOth Instant,
and thut hcncofortli religions tervico
(preuehlng) will bo held every Sunday, nt
tho church on Thirteenth street, between
Washington iivenuo and Walnut street,
beginning at 10 o'clock a.m.. also Suiulny
School ut '! o'clock p.m.
All memberi mid friuiids of the ub'ivv
named church are rcpeetfully invited to
IH.V I'.IUK AMI TUK ElllIOIIUI. FuA-
iKii.virr. Dan Hlce'ii circus held forth
hero yesterday uftcrnoon to a very small
house, and at night to Icis than half the
crowd that was called out by Charley
.Mr. I'ieij has adopted cource in refer,
cut") to thu editorial fraternity that will
certainly be "fin nnnuy in his pocket." Ho
expects newspaper men to giro his estab
lishment editoriul notices ltd libitum. This
done, .Mr. lllco will examine thu notice!,
estimate tliir vulue, and pay for thorn in
If Mr. Klro had gone onu step further,
wo nhoiild have heartily omtnended him
for It. If ho hail determined to sny to ed
itors: "l'.y for your tickets anil 1 will pay
f.ir my notices,1' hu would havo Itinuu
rated a reform that all newspaper men,
who maintain any 'clf-ruspect, would hnvo
applauded. Thu coursu ho han adopted,
however, will excitu editorial enmity with,
out securing to him any corrrponding
MollKIIIA.N TllllKE TltOt'sASH lAdr.ft
a l r.AR. Mlloil J.tvmj Ay., ocwg
published in weekly numbers of sixty-four
pxgps ('sell, give to It readers more tlian
three thoii'hnit double-column octavo
pfic a year of tho mett Valuable, in-
structiro and nntortalnlng reading of the
dsy. "Hlstorytstography, fiction, poetry,
wit, science, politics, criticism, a.'ttvhst
Is nnt here?'' It is the only compilation
that presents with a satisfactory complete-
ntss a well as freshness, tnotwil nteraturo
of tlm almost Innumerable and generally
inaccessible Kuroptan q'uarterllc, month-
lioi and srecklie a literature embracing
the productions of tho ablest and motc,il
turod writers living. It Is therefore inJii
ponsiblu to every one who desires a "thor
ough cmpcndlum of all that i ndmir.tblu
and noteworthy in tho literary world. '
who has n taste for tho best literature, or
deires to keep pace with the intellectual
consiaermf lino quantity oi rolling
patter furnished, thu subscription prico
f8 00 a year)'ls very cheap: but for thosi
who dciiro tho croam ot both home and
forolgn literature, a still cheaper offer (
m.vb'. r f l.l b tho lovers of the lxst liter
ature will avail themselves In gret iitirn
bers, vU for f JO t)0 remitted to the pub
lishers uf the Airing A$t, they will send
that nga.iiic weekly, and either s no of
the following for n year, "Ilttrper'n -Month
ly," -Weekly,' or "lUxnr," the "Atkntle
Monthly," tho'Oalaxy," "Old and New,"
'' ippir.cott's Monthly," or "Apploton's
Journal'' (c.kiy); or for Is 50, they will
send tho J.irinj Agt and the "I'.ivciside
Magaxine" or "Our toung 1 oik., for a
The Livxnj Ajt is pronounced by Henry
Ward Ileccher, Thf Sntion, New York,
and other high rritlr.nl authority to lo "tho
best of all our eclectic publications; and
we can do our renders no better service
than bv calling tholr attention to it.
IrvikV (JiiAs ai'TKb'a Hoiuk Timer.
Wu referred, the other day, to tho loss
nd recover v of a valuable horse, by Sher
iff elect Irvin. Thu following additional
particular find In tho .loncsl-oro (7n.
On Saturday evening last, Mr. A. H. Ir
.1.. rvir.t i. .i-i. ill I v ..lii'li'il Sheriff i (
1 1 1.... ....imt i' lilii'licil liii linr.e at tlm
door of a friend In Thebes, and In about
ilftoou minute returned to find his Iiomu
tone. Ho prusuimcl that some of lib
friend' had taken tho hoto and would
soon return it. Ho waited about nn hour
and becoming alarmed set out In com
panv with Mr. Dexter In pursuit. Thvv
found the tracks of tho horso on the road
loading to .lonesboro, nlmut S o'clock nt
night, and from thesnocd of the horse they
.n.:.n...l iltut In. Iin'l Km o ti,1in.
Mt'ru piii-iiv. -
Thev then began pursuing III (i:rn't.
They put tnt.tr hurcii to tho top of their
kpeeu, llll'l Kopi III" Iran oi-iore uo;in, .11
riving in nn piu' o at ni'OMs '"-
the morning. When they got hi re, the
thief had about fifteen minutes thestartof
them, and hearing hi puwiers, aliHti.loiicl
thu hore, which wn soon after recovered,
but ho made good his escape.
Thu horso stolen wn a very valuable oae,
and capable of leading hi pursuers In that
night s l ido of tweuty-fl vu miles, We coi.
uratulato Mr. Irvin upon tho recovery of
III liursc. Ys o irun no may navu me
pleasure ot escorting tho thief to tho Statu
prison buforo his term of ofiico expires. It
was a very bold atlompt upon tho part of
the racali and would have boon successful
but for tho energy of his pursuers. Mr.
Irvin lad just beaten Mr. llrown in the
race for Sheriff, and was in good running
Tin: rr.oi'i.i.V Mkat Mahki-.t. U
(Iavkk.N: Co., PitorniKTons. Tho moat
market Just opened by (layer and Co., at
thu corner of Washington Avenuo and
Tenth street, is Just exactly audi a meat
market as thoo who know (iuyur would
expect him to establish when ho "eprcads
himself." Everything is new, freshly
painted, and wears mi air of cloanllucfS
that no onu will fail to commend.
Oaver & Co. aro ntnuitu thu oldest and
most experienced butchers of thu country
j and have learned that it pays bet to keep
I tlrst cla meats, and command n first class
I custom. If citizen would, thoreforo, te-
euro splendid fresh meats, pork, beef, mut
ton, veal, lumo or sausage mey can ui
ways find them in nny quantity desired at
ho" People's meat market Just try it tf
Local notice or advertisements inten
ded for publication in thu Bulletin
should bo handed in by 12 o'clock m., or
thoy nru liabln to ho left ovo r until tho
next oveiiing. Like favors intended for
the weekly mint bu handed In by Tuesday
Tub MurnoroLt1 SnooriMi SoiiAi'e.
AVo havo refrained from publishing any
details respecting the late shooting scrape
at .Metropolis out of consideration for the
feeling; ot some of the parties Involved;
bit as some of our cotemporarlcs havo not
bjJD governed by such :i consideration,
and havo given publicity to the particu
lars of the unfortunate affair, there is no
reason why wn should remain silent any
It appears that a wealthy and influential
citizen of Metropolis, Mr. C, discovered a
few wooks ago that a much-loved and high
ly cultivated daughter was about to hec-nmo
n mother. Anxious to conceit the shninr.
inuvitable, if thu girl remained at hotnei
nrrangomunli weru mado to send her
abroad, and in pursuance of that arrange
ment the mother and girl reached Cairo
on their way South. On the same day
Mr. U. loarned that tho young man who
had effected his daughter's ruin was boast
ing of tho achievement nmong his com.
panions. .Mr. C. immediately telegraphed
for his wife and daughter to return home
In duo tirnu thoy roturnod ; tho young man
was callci in and Informed thnt lie must
marry tho girl or take tho consequences.
Tho young man, we aro informed, Impu
dently and Insultingly declared thnt ho
would not marry the woman whom hu had
wronged. At this M r. C. did what scarcoly
any father could luvo refrained from do
ing, drew his pistol and shot the young
man on tho spot. The wound inflicted was
a severe onu, but at last accounts thu young
man was still living. Mr. C. surrendered
himself to the authorities and was admit
ted to ball in the sum of $5,000,
Hoys, (t'lrl. Parents', Everybody, Look
Hoys, girls, futher and uicthcrs thcio
two paragraphs aro especially dedicated to
you. 1'. Saup, U)l Commercial avenue
ha brought on thu largest stock of toys
and coufectlonaries over opened In Cairo.
Wo shall not nttempt to enumerate. Wo
ih. II only say that the supply embraces
everything yet invented to please, in
struct and entertain little boys and girls
Many of thu toys nro highly ornamental;
other are very curious, and all are fully
forty per cont. chenpur than like articles
were ever before offered in this market.
Little boy i and girli, even folk of mature
growth, find it Impossible to pns Suup's
citablishmcnt without stopping. The at
tractions inside nru Irro-WtlMc. And no
wonder. Think of twenty-six large cases
of toys steamboat, I'tctmiulive, sol
di' rs, h"r-''. dog-, cat-, f'ephants,
dolls, toy furniture toy that walk and
cry do ovcrytbitig but think and talk
iiulmnh that howl ainr bark and rqucal
and liellow ball, marbles thing cu
rious, thing ing'nioiw. thing ornamental,
and till o cheap th it anybody aui secure
n full supply for Christmas!
Then again thorn aro the confections
thu larget nnd best stock 'uver seen in
Cairo. Cundle. mint and gum drops,
fancy candies and kitie everything in
the candy line, nnd all of the purest qual
ity and moit popular brand. Hut enough.
If uii want toys uml confection for tho
holidays or nny other days, tliero is cue
place where you can suit yourself beyond
doubt, and that place ! lit 1'. Saup'ii 102
Commercial avenue. novl'tf.
' John I'ktkik's New .Mkat Makkki.
j I'.e.ldents of tho neighborhood of Kour
i teelith tn-et and Wellington avenue will
' bu glad to learn that John l'vtrie, one of
u!det und uiu.t successful butchers, has
KjH'ned a n w l ileal shop lu thu lllaiikoii
burg building, where till kir.d of fresh
I meat, beeft pork, mutton, veal, lamb, ven
' on, sausage, ote., of the best quality, can
' always bo hud in quantities to suit purcha
sers. Customers may send their children
; and any kind of meat called for will be
furnished, full weight and at tho rates rul
I ng the market. IVtrie a-l u slmro of
patron ig", and will gu irantou full salWfac
j tion in every itntuiico. Novl t dC
I - - - - O
l A HltlCK IMVKl.LI.VU HOUSi: I'OK
' A two story brick residence, admirably
arranged, with largo grounds ( I lots), sit
uated on the corner of Holbrook avenue
and Twenty-third street, will be sold on the
moat iciiiuiiablu term. It i located on
I high grounds, in an excellent neighbor-
hood, thu ground, containing bearing fruit
! trees, vines alld choice felectionsof shrub
bery. It i, in short, one ot tho complotest
omc in the city.
Apply to W. II. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Oroen & Alden's.
A (Jkm. The Kveiilng Star is the most
boiiutifuf kheet-lioii cylinder wood tovo
made, It is durable, economical, und tho
noor man's friend. Everybody should
1 lmvoono of these excellent stoves,
j Novll d&w It
Tin: Ci:.vrnAi. Mkat Maukkt.
Messrs. Fred Koehler N; Co., of tho Cen
tral .Meat Market, dcslrolt understood that
they keep all kind, of meats, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb and veal j that they buy and
slaughter tho bust and fattest animals
brought to till market; dress and servo
out thu meat in a neat and cleanly man
ner, and de.il with everybody fairly and
Market baskets of customers delivered
free of charge to any part of tho city.
Fresh sausago on ealu every morning.
Uuy your meats, then, at tho Centra
Meat Market, near thu corner of Tenth
street, on "YMblnjtoa avenue.
sep .". dim
CitAKTr.it 0K Cookinci Stores and
Evening Star heating stoves thd best in
uso for salo by 0. AV. Ilcmlcrion, l'JO
Commercial Avenue. See advertisement.
uug20d'im. - '
Lazakuh nnd .Morris, manufacturers of
"1'orfcctod Spectacles," aro public bene
factors. No spectacles ever mado wll
boar comparison with tho "l'crfectod"l
article, Tabcr Urotliers, Ohio Ijovco, aro
the only parties in Cairo from whom the
pcctaclc can bo purchased.
.Mottle City HI. Loill"
Tonne llruirn '
M Miller Memphis
CIlyEvansrillo Hr City Alton Vlcks.
Ji-nnla llrown llinw.
City Krinir Ih l.r.
j Xli.irk .Now Otlesns
I M.irhle City Vicks.
Hum .1 ll.ilu C n
1 Cit)-Alton fit l.ouls
! A heavy fog prevailed during tho lator
part of last night, but tho weather oponod
clear this morning. -Mercury -IS0
Thu river has fallen i inches in tho
past 2 1, hours, and tho prospect of low
water generally Is vory fair.
IJuslnosj continues fair.
Tho City of Kvansvillo brought 37
pkgs sundries, 10 bbls salt, CO do flour, for
Cairo, 15 hhds chal-conl for St. Louis, 25
bbls flour, 19 sk corn, -25 bbls 111 sks po
tatoes, 500 hoop poles, 50 bbls whisky for
shipment South, and a largo lot of sund
ries for other points.
Tho MTsslstlppi is stoadily recodtng at
St. Louis. The Illinois Is too low for nav
igation. Ico floated past Dubuquo two
Tho Ohio is stationary at Pittsburgh
with fest 3 Inches lu tho channol, but is
falling at all other points with 7 feet 9 in
ches at Cincinnati, and 24 inches en tho
chute over tho falls.
The City of Alton discharged horo 505
The Shark added abeut 600 tons at
Tho Marble City added about 100
Tho ITale ha 1,402 bales cotton and
thu Mary Miller r,;().
The Quickstep is the Evansrllle pack
ct this ovonlng.
Tho Armada departs every ovoning
at A o'clock for raducah.
November 17, 1870. ;
During the present week our market
has been dovold of any special Interest, and
in nono.of the leading articles has tliero
been any quotable chango in values.
Tliero havo been mo-Jerato trim. notions
in oat and hay nt about the same range of
price noted in our last, but llour ha been
flat ami next to nothing doing; and no
sale of corn on account of the nbscncu of
Tiio trading in minor articles has been
of about thu usual character, particulars
of which aro specifically detailed under
their several heading.
As tho rivers above hero are all now on
tho decline, and the approaching cold
weather gives warning of hli;h freight
and impoded navigation to and from tho
upper-river jwrti, wo shall expect before
many weeks to havo to chronlclo our tn-
tml winter ruili of produce seeking a mar
ket at and beyond Cairo. We bolluvoour
merchant aro better prepared than over
beforo to receive and either sell or forward
all that m.iy bo consigned to them. Their
varchouso fncilltiu have leen eulurged,
and whenever thu proper time arrive and
thu amount of business require it, a regu
lar lino of boat will bu put In t" run be-
t ween Cairo and New Orleans. O'litu u i
number of speculator, nnd shippers will al
so make this their headquarters fir the
winter, who will h i ready to take nl! oiler
ing of produce ut it full market value.
Heneu if there an active market any-
whero in tho West during thocmlug
winter, for produce, w nru of the opinion
It will bo lu Cairo.
I'linir 1 oven duller than at tho date
of our List report, mid fieru weru hardly
sUttlcieut sale to imllC.ilo llio current
rutoJ. which have not. however, varied
iiuyduriiig tlie week. Sale comprised
hi iitii .spring a a irom nore i.
m " " sunur "fa. ... "0
:5oo " citv mill AVinlcr wheat X,
XX, and XXX, at ?5 '-
5 Ait mid S'S 2".
5f,0 " various gradu 0"i Sofii ?7 .'0
U'lii'iil There aro scarcely any re
ceipt except on millur orders. 1 car f.ilr
reil min at ?l t'o.
Cora. There I nono arriving, either
nnw nr old. The o.ilv sales renoiiVd weru
29 sacks white at 0V, :H sacks mixed at
Oilta aro quiet, witlilo receipts, and
thu demand I moderate at unchanged
prices. Sale were all in now burlaps, and
comprised , ,
1 car delivered
1 n o ftiHIO
1 ' choico delivered.
I.... CM..,!,... TininlllV loll beCIl ill au-
tlvu demand, and all receipts of such
lounil roailv sale at inn prices, unini.-u
and mixed nro dull and neglected. We
noto sales of ,
1 car mixed, delivered $ '
a " " . on track (u, ltfiO
1 ' delivered 7
4 "prliiin mixed " M)
I! " " "on truck 03 '
'I t 'I'l init Is I Ulii-nruil M IB (Ml
1 " uholco do. " d!t 1 00
Corn .Hoal i dull. Small sales of
city mills steam dried, in order lots, wore
mado at ftu.
Brail. The only sale roporte
SO sks at $18 per ton.
lrovlsiloiii aro dull and unchanged
Sillier. With ample supplies of ail
i;r.ules, thu market i weak, and formtf
quotations of choice cannot now bo roliTT
ized. Tho sales comprised 30 pkgs choice
packed and roll at .100330, tho lattor for
TURK'S aro In good dc and. Ono lot
of 10 boxes sold nt 20c all round. Smaller
sales wore made at 30c, all shippers' count.
Poultry 1 dull, with fair supply In
tho market, and limited sale at from 00
and S2 503 00 nnd 50 for young and
ApiIt'i, Thoro have boon considora
ablu arrivals during thu wock, of which
choice fruit lias been in good demAtid.
Sales were 70 bid. strictly choice northorn
fruit at 1 00, and CO bb'ls Inferior to me
ilium quality at from $1 50(73 (10. and
primo at $350.
INitnlocM have been In better de
mand, and thoro were sold in bulk:
500 bush Peach blows Coo
30O " " 75e
20 bbls " $3 00 per bbl
lOsmall bbls common 2 00 "
Onion and C'nlilii;tc aro quiet
Kraut is In fair demand and market
'i bbls, iron bound, sold at $12 00
4 " wood " " 10 00
Norhum Molussi'k is dull and
plenty. No sales reported.
tSrsifcrlCM are quiet, with very
light business doing at quotations.
i'Vclgllf s to all points below nru
steulVj and boats fill out huru Ntlth all thoy
need." Tho weather is cool, clear and.
1,1st of letters remaining iincUltiieil in the IV,.
Oinje, nt C'.iirn, Ills., nn Hstiirilay. .Vot. II, 1ST0.
Ilrltton, tnlss A Iltyan, niisa Hilt
Cro.s, miss M II Colllngwoml, inrs K
Cnitls, mrt Msryli IViidricks, mrs S(ir .1,
I'arrcil, mr Anmo iloutluer, inrs C
llrncami' Cstherine, Jones, K lis
JeRersoii, miss llcbreca James, Kster
I.tris, inrs Julia McMShsn, Jrmiinn
I'enny, mls Martin ItoWnson, Ares, J
Tupni-r, mitt KG TlinN-ilske, inrs I.
Willis, rnlsa Ksiuile Wilcox, mrs Louisa
Wulnds, Auunil.t Warrf. miss Itowcna
VounR, inrs K II
Alilrl'tse, HJirln A'lK', Jtroit
llossman, M UK k, I,
Hyrne, DrWI. I) Bennett, Henry
llristol, tlnrlfs tVnters.T M
Caijnter, t'.ipt V It ( Isrk, Host
ClinnlnRlmm, I'rt CaTsnaiiRa. I' O
luvtson, Wm tliutrlcW, J K
liurniit, ('A lUitiTly, Jotenli
Km;lisli, U's-lilD.on Klmonson, TJ
KunU, lluali O fitci'ii, H M
(Urrlson.JM (iooljll, V T
(Ireen.Tliutnas liooilvrnr. N
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lluilor. II M llliti'hliiscii, C S
llollowajr, Jolm Keller, C I
I.eaeh, I, I. I.oll, Jessie
Mttllnws, Krsnk Msrks.M
McAiilette, T MnJl-n, Ur J
.McNiilly, John MeKlnnry X Curler
MeClure A Co .NVIiols, r
Niilton, II II Nelson, I.aiK-
Towers. Mtrr llaHln. O C
ltrn, Irrlti Keltr. J II
Itniaryn. I A tlunnr. Jntrrs
hlmpkinion, Cli.ii .i rtitton, l.miii
Hl.intun, Jolm Smith, W II
SrHjaMi, Wm .-Mfsnov, Jolm t:
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TlioiiH'."0. 1) Tilinan, l
Trotler, J II Ttioniton, Jnhu
TaTlor, I'AMiI Troilnr. I. V
Watli turn, Henry Warrsii, II
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pleini eallf.ir "Al r-rll".-. lelli-rs" at. cite tli j
.llteof tills list. a. W. MclCI.'AIf!,
I.lst uf 1'iu rs remiilnliiit uai lnnm.1 lu tlm
Uitli e nt Cairo, III., .lAturiUr, ...r. IVtli,ls;u.
I nuts' tisr.
tlruelitr, Kinlly Mautle, Biti.li..
lloMen, r-arti I'lispin, Viola
Kofi, l.lulu fuller, .-nrtli
ilnmiliT, inrs (3 llurrls, J.ino
James, miss J.inn Joliii-ou, nots Molliii
J liiisou, miss MiiH'ria I, .ton, JiiIih
l..ine, mrs Kilt n i'lllslmry, nil-. I.'uiuu
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Tyus.JIIu nn Wnlit, MsIm
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llnutliioii. W W
I, .uitvorthy, W A
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N ilton, II
Ni. Ii"l, Julia
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pliis. i.i I fur ".1 lvorci.v Initrts," nu. 1 kivo i n
ilituiil ttili i.t. Iii;.i. W MulCn.MU, I'. .M.
A Nntloiml .Sirtllclnr.
Oai' an linr 'l.v pick iipn iK-.t sjuij er or turn a
street lormr ims.u. iy Hint lie ilm s un llii.l
t'iMij( I1I111 In ilis- ftu. I he iiiin'tiiiict'liieiit lliit
I'rof. u mi...i lutx jut ilisruivrsol u u.i'.li.'iiif
Hhk'li is Mh.i'e.1 foi all tho ills I tut rltsah i, of
iiih) he heir in. Ttuxe "umi.li.iful" itison.i.tles
tl.u.illy h.ue ruiKxI.ti'iii ii for u (tv .ihhiiIii', llitn
li.nppiwr frmil puhlle iiln-e. The mwii i or
their tt'l.tuii ..MinEnlsliiiieiit Is nppueui, lie)
ueif IiiiiiiUiks Al Hi.' oiiUvt ins-tin-1
priqxiiitlous li ie an iHiuf cliiii.-i' i.ir --u -.'i , ns
nil Hru eiiully iiiikiiiuii hit ll,. i lmi! i. -.i-.u
uiuuuAeil (rum llio cr.iln by in., pi.u-iii.il li si
ill ii'li nu linpn linliri'.l piil.li.'iipi iis luull ill. UK.
Tlu'ie are hut li-1 preparation of lin-li -.ueviliieli
limo Hiihsliii. iIih iinpniiiil ju.lmiisiii uf ihu
pt'iip e for nny liulli of Inn... Dm. . I Hi.. IV w
iihli'li ue .'iiiu nun In iiilml, anil ula h ln U'i"i
a lonn nine fiiinlll.ir tu "M'ly hotisrhol.t ni thu
hui.l, it the ei i.irate.l llosli-tli r' S-'tuiiiivli lilt,
tor. 'I'lu'lr aliuo.t iinui'is.il s ilo mi l uf, uml
Iheir eiiiplnillu i.iiilursiiiii.it liom all irlloiH of
tho I'liuulry, eotnpcl tlm mliiiisslon Hi t they
must Ihui fpeeiilii forllioiiilint'iiis lor whuli they
nre reconiineii le.l. I.eller hofore 11 allot ihei
t llWni.y In disease nf ilm throat, Imwel Hint III err
lu Hut truly It'irihln eDinpluliit, Uysnepiilii, Ihry
nre regnr.li'.l nta siirocuro. In 1'iit.Viirt;, nhere
those Hitter nre inuiiiifai'liire.l, their nulii for
homo us H iuiiiienso. This f.i.'t alone spiuks
loliiine in tholr favor. Kttriuts from the Mils.
0 luo Courier, Iowa, fell 7, Ifu7.
j. inn l; in c .vri oa .
So.iril nnil Tuition pr iiiiiiiim, J.'-1'.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
liia'H?iirut.ul liy ll.lt.U. rruieo Aitliur Ho.ir.l mul
luiuou per annuiii in...1....'! .'
Has-. I Ilvllniilth, I). !.. I'i'ioi ot ll imii I- .r
par ticulnr apply l" Major Kvii,;i.uu Can
JOMS' COAI. VAHI).
fOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
.llsinnt tL'nrhun. !n Unoln il
uontl Miiil)- on llniiil.miil ili llrcriil
lit nny inrl or the elf'.
Lvcry Loud of Cnal Weighed, ami full
1st n t.v co.vi. ri'ii.Msiui .'. rs.io
ITK UAH l.4.l.
Orders Uft nt the ITlro urllll i fllteil iinniodl.ilcly
.IAMi:s ItOSS, Prop'r.
O O A Tm
Arc Prepared to Supply CiisIouhm-m
hKIi the llest (Juiillty or
Oriltra lelt stt llalllUny lli. sutler,
Xii. Ti Ohio I.eier, irr til the i'oitl
Yisril tttlosv llir Ml. hurli s llo
(ft, s.s111 Itcrclte l'romiit
Ti.e Tug "Mnntaiili" Mill hruii! Owl atongsuU
li-ntiier ut nny liour. ilnynr nlclit.
sdiiro, csrt. i'lh, l;u r
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
it.ii'V ur.n t rii.1. or.isKH.M
l'rou.,tlj- ttnl sitlsfii i i.ly, li tlie very he
OAK and fiJTW'KWItY
Lciive (tiders nt lliileu'.-i Old Stand
tin ai'tiik iMisr orrit r.
ruiv.KS sv (;i3.iti:KT,
ATTO II. KVSAXI) COU.NSKLI.OUS AT
William II. SJrrrn, i
H llllmit II. inilirrl, S'AIIUS, 1 1. 1..
.lllri S1. Sllllierl, J
rrwewi Ktieniion given io ,.imirny n'i iimiii
U l Imisiiii'ss.
IMIlec 011 Olilnl.rver. Itiiom 7 Hinl
uvtr ll' .Vailniml Uiiiih.
M.i:, WI Itll V IIIITI.KIC
AITOKXKVS AT LAW,
Olllre In llross Xrw HtillilliiKi riirner
or I llli Sir. uml 'oiiiiiii'rcliil Ae.,
II. Wnlsoii Wchti, i'AIIIIS, ll.l.
I. I llisilrr
3:i t4i:::K, r.&si:o.
I rri.TUV Mt.s, - - Proprietor
Are .'sou It. full (Ijicriitlon.
Mi ssr-. I'u'i p A w 1 . 11.' pr'!' .r,' 1 1" r-rn sh
all k.mlsur l.nr..i 1 . is I . .1 n. 1 ly, a. I - is"
.MilllVi.ilir.il 1.. 11 Is. llruluiii r'l 1 r, n.:i'k
or In l.sj luuiu (v, tiiulu I'niiu ll.e WlntJ
1 -3 1J.
ts a EEliiE m
- a O
ri 5-?fj z
iHt m inu iHum
ni ibt m mm n n w m n w n
Wood Cook Stove
lias tlm I'nlcnt Flrn llottom
WAUUAXTEIs XOT TO OKACK.
For Sale dr
Beerwart, Orth '& Co.
Cairo, - - Xlllxxolss
J XI. I'lIILIsIi'S tV (.'.,
(Sucecssors to K. I). JlenJrlek A Co, J
Comiiiisrioii M erclmnls
MIICKAI. AISVaXCKS MAIH. ON S'O.V
JO'.tre prens.rei to reeelve, store an I ftrnaiil
frelchl to all point', sii'l huj" anil sll nneum.
uts-lluilnrtsatteudeil to with prniiiptni-s
:SO. IS. PHI MilS,
IHiiecnssortu I'.irkrri Philll.
l'lour, .11(iil. Hay, Corn, Ouln,
Z. ). .Mjtliuss. i:, t. Ml
jyjATHIJfvN st I'll I..
lll.'s Ohio Levee, Ct I KO, ILLINOIS.
SjmjcikI attf ntlon iilven to the pun-hsso nn.l sulf.
It. W, Mlliiu. IH nT rtUHta
ii.m:k .v !.&itici:it.
T'lHI, II IN
JUto., 33 to..
To. .5S Ohio Xevo
.;. ii tatiti:!,,
(Jli.VSSWAlU: mid IIOL'SF. FlIUNirill
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
1 I'.irKer " ". " " ii. Y lima
PAltUKR .V llliAKi:.
HIE LEAD. IE, OILS
Wlndoiv (ihvta uml rutty.
Uruslict, Wall l'uper, Wlii.low hliri
U5 OUIO LKVLi:,
Onii'o - - - - Illinois
TKAMMUI'S I mho SVt-bl- IV.nitA.vt
York, 1. 1 veto i"'l tirimiuHi.
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