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Lbap, Lisbkkh Oil
Spirits TorKTiN, Olu
Shillac, Alcohol, Kic, Etc.
ISO Commercial at enue.
Cairo, - . iLLinoi
ohn Q. Herman. CbM. Turupp
And Land Agents of tlio l'llnols Central
and Murllngton andMlttotirl liallroad com
panies. North Cor. Ill at. and Oblo Lest
Oaiuo, Illinois. '
Oiler lor tale at low tlgurct and caty terms
the following real estate :
No. 10 low in the "Rldgo Illock" run
ning through the block irom KiltceMh to
Sixteenth streets, heat residence property
in the city. Lota 3 and t b Vj, city, Wash
ington avenue, between Tlilrtcciith und
fourteenth streets, west hide good two
story dwelling houno ou each lot. Lota 6
and 0, a'ljolnlng tbo lant before named.
LotM, b city, on hlxth street, south
lido, between Commercial and Washington
No a LoU 7 and 8, b SS, corner ot four
teenth, and Poplar streets, (rout on Poplar
street, wcat tide, opposite post-ofllec block.
Mo Splendid buslucaa building, ml
dance In second ttory, U rooms, ball and
front and rear stairway, water on both floors,
In number one condition: tltuated on north
wett corner ot Commercial avenuv and
TwcltUi street. A great bargain If aold
So 4 Lot 4. b 2 J, Commercial avenue,
between Fourth and Filth atreel. Lot ill,
bU'I, on Washington avenue, between Filth
and Sixth atrcet.
No &-Slx low In b 9, lot ad. High
ground. f'iuOeacb on eav payment.
Ho d Lota 1 and J, In b f north corner ot
Tenth and Levee street. Best bu-lncs loca
tion in the city terms cwy. LoU'Jl, 'tl and
!tl In b I'J, ltl ad., south corner ot Twentieth
and l'oplar streets. Alio thre lots in court
bouto block, fronting on l'oplar street.
So 7 LoU la aml.lU, b 7l south aide ol
Twcnty-tlrat street, opposite "Convent
Illock "very desirable lor rcaldcuce put
pott, cheap.
Son Tenot the choicest lou, In block
17, lit addition, above (trade, beaulllul rent
dence location, will be cold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to this
property as It will be aold very low.
So ft That elegant residence ou Seventh
ttiect, owned by Capt. Ilurd, liouting 7i
feet ou Seventh ttreet, and running back
200 feet to Sixth. Tlita property i well
known to the citizen of Cairo und vicinity at
one ol the luot complete and convenient
residence in the city. It ha all the con
V enlencea appertaining to a tlratcUe home.
The gronuda are highly cnibclllfhcd with
elect abrubbcry and Irult in abundance ;
carriage home, -table and outbuilding tlrat
cUts. Owing in the removal ot Capt. ilurd
this property will be aold at a great bargain
sncany term. AIo two lot-ou corner 'third
ttreet and Mlsl-lppl levee. The Levee
building, formerly occnpled by Capt. Hutu,
In b 3, Ohio levee, "Sprlngtleld Block," lor
I I.No 10 An elegant residence with fourlott
in b U7, city lor aale very cheap II raid
aoon. High ground, and premises In a So.
1 condition.
So 1 1 A So. I cottage on Fourth afreet,
between Washington avenue ami Walnut
ttreet. Alao two lota running from Fourth
to Filth ttrocU very dctlrablu property.
.No 13 New lwo-iory dwel ing In prime
srdcr. on LocUat atrt-el, highest ground in
the city, two lot. Price I aw.
No 13 An elegant residence with about
three acres of ground, covered with all kinds
of telset Irult and ahrubbery, in Santa Ke
for tula cheap.
Wc have lor tale or lease vacant and Ira
proved property in all portions or the
city Also over "AOOO acres of unimproved
Itndt in Alexanderand 1'ultskl coun.lea, at
txtrimrly low tigurea, and In tract to Milt
purehaaera. Wo are agents for thfa Illinois
Central railroad lauds in thla and Pulaki
counties llabroad landt nut told prior to
November next will pass into other hands.
Now 1st lie time to purchase.
Wo aro the agentt of the Burllngion and
Mluourl Uallroad company, who otlcr for
tale In Inwa and Nebraka millions of acres
ot the best laud on the continent, on ten
year, credit. 0 per cent. Interest, ilapi,
pamphlets, circulars and all necessary infor
mation relative to lhoo lands and how te
reach tnem furnished upon application.
Call at once and examine for yourslvet. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. IlAHMAN CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee tu., Cairo, lilt.
Jure 7. 1873.
Aid Agtau el
70 Ohio Lstib,
Oaieo, Illivoii.
cttim V. . ..Ill mt olli.ilnn f ihn PATltral
houie on 8Uth ttroet, Cairo, Illinois, on the
lit tiay ot November, at 10 o'clock a.m., a
large quantity of unclaimed baggage to ttt
ufj entree ttereon.
fr-W.W Km. T, N. eATFinrr,
Tkt Walkor't Europr-an hotel. ll7tm
Judoe Mulket It In tb city, or wat
last evening
SiiEBirr Iiitin returned from Spring
Held yesterday.
Judoe Allim hat gone to Golconda,
where he It lo defend a couplo of men
charged with murder.
At a lato hour last night tho returnt of
tho lato election In Ilaglewood precinct
bad not beon rcceivod.
The "Wild Men of Horneo" made
tbolr lait appearnnco In tult city lait
night. They go from boro to Du Quoin.
In TJlrd'a Poilco Court yoitcrday, Pat
O'Dtnloh, lor abuilve language wat fined
nro dollar! and tho cotlt. Put paid H
a little tnan
Few hotolt in tho city can boatt a bol
ter record for the month of October than
tho Plantort, Mr. John XJockel, proprie
tor. Tho arrival at tho Planter! during
that month worn tlx hundred and toven
poraont. How It that for buttnett ?
A Party of gentlemen from Cincin
nati on n hunting expedition, having
takon uti thero quarter! In a fishing boat
on tho Kentucky tbore oppoilte this
c ty. Ycttorday one of tho party tnot a
doer, which wat tent to Cairo to bo told.
They bunt during tho day and tlcep in
the boat at night.
At the election In IV.aikl County on
Tueiduy lait, the Hnpubllctnt were tuc
ceitful, electing their ontiro ticket ny a
tmall majority. Dan Hogun, for County
Clerk, it olectod by twenty-eight mJor
ity. Mr. Jut. S. Morrli, formerly of thli
city, wat elected ono of the Coinmiiiiou-
en by a unanimoui vote.
The clothing ttoro of Mr. A. Marx, on
Ohio levee, wat entered by burglars at an
early hour ycitorday morning and ton re
volver, nlno or ten tllver watches, a fine
black cloth coat, two or three dozen pain
tuipendert, a lot of kid and other gloves,
a lot of tilk rcarfi, and a quantity of othor
artlclet taken. Tho thiavet entered tho
tore from tho rear door, having bored
hotel around tho lock to at to be able to
take lock and all out. One hundred
dollart reward It ofl'ered for the nrreit of
the thievet.
Auo.no tho arrival! at the European
hotol yciterday wuro tho fcllowlng : A
Oluck, Chicago; Alorander Shanfeller
Germany; Wm Doughltiy, Louiiville; H
Wcstfall, Mound. City; A Ii Alexander,
Kaniai; Tony Fugaul, Italy; Jeiiy John
ion, Now York; Frank Anderion, Cincin
nati; Jamct "WeUfall and James Koit
C A- V railroad; Oeorgo Robinson, Bal
lard county, Kentucky; Michael Jones
ft S Miner, l'uducab, l'aducab; S V Wil
on, llenderton; Fred Hice, A.t.na; 11 V
l'ew, Michigan.
YturaiiUAV afternoon a young Oorinan
named Itubl appeared before Judge llron,
and Hated that lor the pait five weeks he
bad been a passenger on a fiat boat hill
ing from Covington, Kentucky, called the
cLIltle Tramp;"' that tho men who owned
the to it were nothing tuoro nor lest thtrj
agnng of despurato thievet and robbers,
and that he bad rccoived molt brutal
trealmont nt thoir hands. He tnid that
M Kvansvillo ono of the gang had tuc
ceeded in enticing a young girl lo
como aboard tho boat, and that at toon ai
i hi) wat tafely cn board tho Unci wore
taken up and the boat ttartcd on itt way
down tho river; that tho girl had used
every endeavor to cscapo, kut had been
10 closely watched by hor captors that It
was impossible for her to do to. He pre-
tinted to tho Judgo a lettor written by
tho young lady and addressed to a Mr.
Hockey, Kvantville, Indiana. Hon. II.
Watson Wobb, who wat prctont, belelv-
Ing there might bo something in the let
ter that would bo of sorvlco to tho officers
in bringing tbo thieves to justice, and
by the advicoof another prominent legal
gonlloman and tevoral othor portons pres
ent, opened the letter. Itt contents wore
such as to create tho greatest Indignation
among thoso present, and it was resolved
to at onro capture tho boot and itt villain
out owner. Shoriff Irvin, Chief of Po
lice Mcllale, Sorgoant Cain, Dfputy Sher
iff Cain, Judge Ilrost and one or two
other ofllcon and a number of citizens ac
companied by tho young man who entered
tho complaint, started to tho place where
the boat was lied up. Hut, when a tbort
distance from tho Buckingham elevator,
Kuhl pointed out two men who were ap
proaching from the opposite direction at
tho guilty purtlot. They wore at onco
taken into custody, and Shoritl'Irvin went
to tho boat to look for the young lady.
Ho found her, and tho readily asconted to
accompany him away from tho dosperate
men who were hor captort Tho men
were locked up in tho county
jail, and tho taken to a
place of eafoty, wbcro tho can bo found
when Morrison and Drummond, tho
ownors of tho boat, aro brought up for
trial. Sho says that ono evening, while
walking along the street a thort dittance
from the retidence of Mr. Hockey, tho
gedtloman with whoso family the wat
employed, tho wat accotted by Morrison
who asked her to take a walk with him.
At first tho refused to go
but bo iuslslod, and being tome
distance from homo, and no ono in tight,
tbo became afraid, and contented to walk
a thort dlitanco with him, hoping to meet
tome ono whom the know, when tho would
leave him and return home. But be took
hor direct to tbo boat, and wanted her to
go on board. This the refuted to do,but wat
finally forced onto It, when the linos were
taken up and ll0 boat ehoved Into tbo
river. For tevoral days tho was kopt in
cloio confinement, und not allowed to
tpeak to anyone. Morrlton, the tayt, out
raged hor person, but Prummond did not
attempt to. The parties aro all in the
bandt of the ofilcert. An investigation of
the whlo matter will be bad to-day or to
morrow, when the truth of the whole
affair will probably come out. "While
we believe the young nan Buhl and
Mitt Watkint have been badly treated by
Morrison and Drummond, yet there it
tometblng about the matter that letdt ut
to bollero that when fully probed It will
bo found not to bo to bad at it at present
appeari. But wo await developments,
and thall keep our readort potted at to
any new fealuro the cate may aitume.
Price Ccrbxkt Orrrcx,
Thurtday, Kve , Hoy. S, 17.
ehebal hbmabks.
Reports from New Orloani are rather
unfavorable and tend todeprett the mar
ket here. Prlcet at that market Lave de
dined and at last advlctt woro still tond
Ing downward, buppliet wore generally
good and the demand falling off on nearly
everything. Ratet of exchange were 1
per cent, and currency quoted 2 per cent.
Our market contiuuet as yet without
material change, although prices rule a
trifle lower. Recelpti of grain aro tmall
and stocks aro very much reduced,
the market.
Hif Correspondent! should bear In mind
that tbeto quotatloni are for round 1"U
from flrtt handt. For broken ana iiu,.
lott, and In filling ordert, en advance
It charged over thete pricetf
FLOTR Unchanged. Tho market
rulet quiut with prlcot at previously
quoted. The demand It tmall and con
fined to tbo order trade. Salet were GOO
Ibis various grades to fill orders $4 5U
9; 100 bbls choice XXX $7 2S; -60 bbla
varioui gradet i S0B 60; 100 bbla good
XXX $0 CO; 100 bblt holco XXX $7.
W H EAT Quiet. We note a tale of
1 car Mediteranoan at SI 26.
HA Y The markot it ovor-ttocked with
low gradei of hay, and very little wanted.
Choice timothy iitcarce, and would find
ready lalo at about $17 per ton del.
Salet 2 cart choice mixud del J1C; 8 care
primo mixod del $13; i! cart do del 13 SO;
'2 cart choice timothy del $17, and 2 cart
good mixed $15.
CORN The ttock or both mixed and
white it very much reduced; recoipu have
beon tmall, but the demand it correspond
ingly light Stlot 1 car mixed del in
sackt 50c; 2 cart white tacked and del
66c; 1 car mixed del in heavy tackt 52c; 2
cart mixed tacked and del 61c; 2 cart
mixed in bulk on track 42c, and 5 cart
mixed lacked and del told at 6 1 62:.
OATS Hull and prlcet rule lower.
There wat very few on tbo market to-day.
Salet wo re 0 cart mixed tacked and de
livered 40c; S cart while lacked and deliv
ered -11c ; 10U tackt choice mixed delivered
41c and 2 cart mixed in bulk on track
told at 40c.
CORK MEAL Steady at lait quota
tlnni. Salei were 700 bblt tteam dried
delivered at $. 05 and COO bblt "St.
Chariot" city meal on p. t.
BRAN Quiet, very little moving.
Salei were 800 tackt at $16 per ton.
BUTTER Strictly choice it very
tcarca and telli readily at 303'!c. Med
lum ii plenty and dull at 'iOSc. Halva
1C pkgt common lo medium at 24'iCc;
10 tubi medium to choice at 263c ; 5
pkg. roll told at 25c, and IS tubs tlrictly
cholco bro"ght 32c.
KGOS Scarce and wanted ; thero wa
none in markot to-day. Quoted at -0(3)
CHICKENS Live chickem aro bard
to tell at any price, aud the market if
overstocked. Thoro was an active de-
mai.d for droned poultry to-day,
with none in market. However, the
woathor is too warm and ULCertain to
risk shipments. Sales 10 coops live
mixed $1 50 to $2 and 20 dozen dretted
3 to $3 CO.
POTATOES-Scarce and wanted. We
have no transactloni to report; choice
peach blows wero telling from country
wagont to-day at $1 por bushel.
APPLES Scarco and in demand;
quoted at 1 1 CO to $4, according to quality.
ORANGES Quotatloni $10 to $11.
C A B B AG E Quoted at 8 to 10c.
LARD 500 lbt tlerco lard told at 8c
10 kegs at 10c.
CHKe.SE New York factory lb,
isYRUPS The demand it fair for
choice at 60c 1 gal, and Nw Orleans
at 76(a)80c.
PLASTERING HAIR-35c perbuthel
LIME In lott $1 'J& to $1 60 bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale $22 60 V
BTJHLAI'S-'Ji bushelt eorn, 9J ot
15Jc; do 13 oz ltlc; 4 bushelt oatt 20
5 butbola 21c.
SOAP Shaeffer't German mottled 7Jt
Champaign toap, 7)o.
COFFEE Scarco and firm, Java toll
ing at 85SGc; Laguayra none : Kl
SUGAR Coffee A, 1213c.
BEESWAX-28cper tb.
FEATHERS S. O. por lb 65c.
TEAS Imperial, 7Ccl 25; Gun
powder, 75t$l '2b-, Oolong black, 76c
$1; Young Hyson, $11 40.
BROOMS. Dull; common boute tell
at $1 CO to 2 50; ohoioo and extra choke
$38 76; tteam boat $4 606 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, corr created U
Now York, 85c; to Borton $1. Un
compressed, to New York $1 14; to B-
ton tl.
RATES To New Orletnt and Yickt
burgi Potatoes, applet, etc, 60t
pound freigbti 2fio owt; bay $7 per
ton; whitkey $1 40 por bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, etc,30o per'bbl
pound frolghu 16o owt; hay $ 5 per ton
whiihy 80o per bbl
A clorgyman, while residing in South
Amorica at a miiilonary, discovered a
tato and tltnplo remedy for the cure of
norvout weakness, early decay, diieaiei of
the urinary aud temlnal organt, and the
whole train of ditordort brought on by
baneful and vicious bahltt. Great num.
ben have been cured by this noblo remedy.
Prompted by a doairo to benefit the af
flicted and unfortunate, I will tend the
rocoift tor preparing and utli.g thli med
icine In a sealed envelope to anyone who
neoda it,re of charge. Address
Josci-n T. Inman,
Station D, Bible Houso, Now York.
Auguet 26, 1 yr
I tako this opportunity to inform the
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rotumo my practice in the city
of Cairo on or about the Itt. of December.
0-30-tf. F. L. Williams, Dentist.
and departure for the 24 hours ending atO
p. m. lait evening i
Illinois Columbut
Flsk r.ducab
Idlewlld Evansvllle
Glasgow Hickman
Kmme O. Klllott Memphis
City Vlcktburg ....St. Loult
Grafton St. Loult
Future City St. Loult
H. U. Long BIrd't Point
tlla rutiburg
Coal Hill Pitttburg
Grand Tower St. Lnuii
Jno. A. Wood FitUburg
Sam. Parkor Pltlihurg
Jat. A. Blgloy Pitttburg
Illinois Columbut
Flak l'aducab
Qulckttep Evantville
Idlewlld - Kvanivillo
Tyrone Naihvillo
Glatftow Hickman
City Vlcktburt; Vlcktburg
Ktnma o. fcliiott ut. Lnuii
Grafton St. Louii
Coal Hill St. Louii
3 rand Towor. St. Louii
Jno. A. Woodt New Orleans
The Ohio river It ttill riling a little
here, but will toon come to a ttandjjand
the Mltilitippl It still declining. Tho
eatber It delightfully mild and pleasant,
but with tome prospect of a break soon.
Butlneit unchanged. Freight arrives
sparingly and rates to the South aro low.
Miscellaneous. We neglected to
state yeiterday that tho II. S. Turner
brought down the ferryboat R. Hinckley
which wat built at Madison, Indiana, by
Stuartvfc Co., for tho Illlnoii and St. Loult
railroad and coal company. She wat takon
to St. Loult by the tow boat Grafton. Sho
It to ply between Chateau avenue and the
Pitttburg coal dyko. She It built on tho
boot jack plan ; it 175 feet long, 45 feet
beam, 17 feot guards, giving her a width
over all of C2 feet. Her bold it 6 feet deep
and hat 5 bulk beadt running fore and alt,
beiidet a forett ot beami beneath her
engine and boiler room. She leemt
to have been faithfully built, and It In
tended to have extraordinary ttrengtb to
reilttlce, which once In a long while, will
accumulate In the St. Louis barbor. The
machinery will be put on I oard at St.
Louis, and tbo cylinder It from tbo old
lowboat Fisher. Sho will have ono en-
gino and two boilers The James
Howard wat to got away sometime during
tbo night, and expert! to fill out
below The Idlewild brought 100 brls
potatoes for Cairo, 120 do, a few torn tun
driet for New Orleant, and a good trip of
peoplo The Jim Fitk brought but a
tlim trip yeiterday, and got very littlo to
go back with Tho Future City, with
the Cretcent City's tow, will get away for
Now Orleant to-day The T. F.
Eckert found tho barge Maudo Lowory
very badly broken, to badly that It will
most likely not pay to rsiso ber. Tho
iron ore will ba saved Tho walor
gaugo which the Government Is
locating at in foot of Fourth
street, will be a strip of iron extending
from tbo top of the iron to low water
mark along tho lavea stops. This piece
of iron will have lido pieces higher than
Ittelf to protect it from wear by patting
drayt, and tho whole will be put into a
bed piece of very heavy oak timber which
will rest on butts placed C feet apart aad
anchored to cross tics placed 0 fcot below
the surface of the earth. Tho strips of
iron first mentioned will bo plainly mark
el and graded in feet and tentbt of feot
Tho Grand Towor brought 211
boxot ot crackort, 23 bundles of paper, 73
kegt white load and ISO pa:kaget tundrlet
for Cairo and points on the lowor Ohio
The big anchor found on Cumberland dam
recently by Mr. Webb of Bmilhland,
Kentucky, was placed thoro by Capt. Be.
dard lait winter and had been moved from
itt original potition by tbo ice and to loit.
It it an anchor that belonged to the old
gunboat Pitttburg, and hat beon on the
bank at Smithlacd tlnce tho war. It
Itn't therefore at aged at at flrnt tupposed,
Tho Coal Hill paised to St. Louis
with 3 bargot of talt The Ella
patted to New Orleans with coal
Tbo John H. Bigloy hat 14 boatt of coal.
....Sam Parker 6 boatt and two barget
John A. Wood 12 bottt nnd 0
barges, for New Orleans.
There will be offered at auction, at
Ilortmsn's auction rooms, on Commercial
avenue, on Friday, Novembor 7, at 10
o'clock a. ii., a large lot of goods saved
from the wreck of tho STEAMER MARY
K. POE, consisting of tevoral hundred
barrelt and tackt of Hour, a largo quantity
MEAL,' BITTERS, ETC., rfbich will
be told to tho highest blddor, for caib, on
account of whom it may concern.
Danikl Haktma,
21 Auctioneer,
Dr. B. C. Tabor returned to tho city
yesterday and for tho present, at leatt,
will be found at No. 128 Commercial av
enue, over Tabor's jewelry ttoro. Tbe
doctor maket tho troatment of chronic
dlteates of all klndt a speciality and has
boen very succettful in the use of elec
tricity as an agent for tho cure of Rhou-
matism, Neuralgia and norvout diiordort
of all ktndi. Tbo uto of tho magnetic
battery and electorlc machine is his most
poworful ally and tbo ono to which he re
sorts almost oxclutlvely In tho cure of
chronic, diieaiei. ll-r,cd
I will tell in front of my Saleroom
on Friday, November 7tb, at 0 o'clock
a.m., ten (10) head of fine work and
buggy Dorter; alto, a lot of boutobold
and kitchen furniture, such as bodsteads
wstbstandt, carpets, beating stovos and
tithing tackle, contiitlng of tliroo largo
set nets. Tbe above horses and goods
will bo told to the highest bidder. I will
alto sell at tbe samo time one vory flno
buggy, nearly now.
Daxiel Hartman, Auctioneer.
Foil a good square meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue,
botween Sovonth and Eigbtb street. Ira
Go to Halley't for tho Burnett tteara
baking vessel. 11-6-lm
Go to Halley't for good bargains in
cooking and heating stoves, 11-CMm
Waktsd At the St. Oharlei Hotel A
girl to clean silver. 2t
Oo to B. F. Blako's for ovorythlng in
the Steam and Gasfittlng lino. 828tf.
The European hotel, Harry Walkor
proprietor, it opon at all hourt of tho
night. 11.7.1m
For oas and tteam fitting go to Ron
nie's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth strcot. 9-10-tf
Gas and Steamiltting on short notlco
Brosa' Block. 0-28U.
IlALLKT keeps the celebrated "Fb.
ion,'' tbo "Monitor," the "Lady Gay," tho
"Alsikl, " and numorous othor good cook
stovos; and all ttyles of beating ttoves,
which ho offers low for cath.
R. Jones, faiblonablo boot and tboo
maker. Cork toles, Scotch bottom!, and
tho latoit improvernenti in tho line uf bit
huilneit. Only tho best ana most com
petent workmen employod, and all work
warranted to be firstclass in overy respect
Shop on Commercial avonuo, near cornor
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
By Hartman, a flno
At a great bargain.
Call at Hartman's talcsroom, 106 Com
morclal avcntio.
A ll kindt of gamu constantly on hand
at Harry Walkor't, Commercial avonue,
between Seventh nnd Eighth ttrcots.
P. Fitzgerald at bit roomt, cornor
Fourteonth ttreet and Commercial avo
nuo, offers for sale Gulnnest' Porter &
Bast alet and pura Uennetty brandy,
and the genuine Asgosturo bitten, all
first-clan cholora curet. Trv thorn
7-17 tf
Dr. Lavarty, homooopatblst phvtl-
clan, late of Shawnoetown, has located in
this city and intonds making It his home
Tho doctor comet to Cairo well rocom
monded, aud rofert to the ofilcort oftho
First National bank of Shawnoetown to
whom ho It well known, having practiced
hit profession atnnni; them for years. Ho
solicits a fair tharo of tho patronngo of
our citizens. Office 140 Commercial ave
nue. 7-'J0-tf
Tbo barber shop it on tbo corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avonuo
boro J. George Stienhouo with bit gen-
tlemonly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your toolings with a emooth thavo, or coo
your tompcr and hoad with a good shnm-
poo. It it a first-clats thop, and you aro
turo of receiving Urtt-class troatment.
Ladle' and children's hair cut or curled
after tbo inoat, approved styles. bAD-Vt
Fkesii Baltimore oysters received dally
by Harry Walker, at hit restaurant, Com
mercial avenue, between Seventh nnd
Eighth ilrceti. 11-7-lm
A New Enterprise. Dr. B. F. Field
will run a lino of bucks botwocn Cairo
and the terminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
i!c Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cuiro at 8 o'clock a. m., and
and 2Jo'clock, p. m., making closo con
nection with tbo trains on that road.
Orders for patsongors or baggae;u should
be lett at Field's ttablo, on 10;li ttreol.
sopt23 tf
Mr. Fred. Wintkrheko hat jutt re
turned from St. Louit, where ho purchased
at flno a ttock of tbo vnrlous gradet of
fine leather at Wat ever brought to this
city, and propotet to work it into bontt
and (hoes for his customer!. Hn makce
flnobootta specialty, and Is confident of
hit ability to copo with any bootmnker in
thit city in thli lino of work. Ho cm
ployt nono but the best workmen, nnd ai
a contcquonco turnt out only firit-clat
work. Whllo in St. Loult bo vliitod all
the principal thops and secured pntorns of
all tbo latest styles and improvements,
nnd will give h'.t customort tbo benefit of
them. Work done promptly and on thort
notlco. All work warranted. 1029Im.
Two Battorlet of two Bailors, ench 24
feot long, J2 Inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Slram drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all comploto nnd in ilrst-cints
order,"; been used only throe months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Rennii,
9-23-tf. Vulcun Iron Works
Ross bat on hand, and for talo a largo
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut
and split, and roady tor tho stove. Also
all kindt of coal which will bo delivered
in any part of tho city on short notlco
Loave ordors at coal yard, on Commer
cial avenue, opposite Eleventh street.
Agent's Omen, I. C. R. R. Co,,
Cairo, Novembor 1, 1873,
To persons wising to attend tho
Chicago Exposition, wo will sell oxcurtiou
tickets round trip at $11 10, Salu of
tickots to commence to day and will bo
discontinued on Novombor 7th. Tickots
good to roturn until Novombor 0th, Inclu
sive. Jah. Johnson, Agent,
Sun plesio copy, ll5-3t
Having boen appointed anignce of tho
ttock ot millinery goods of Mrs. Anna
Lang, tor tho benefit of hor creditors, I
will soli the same at public auction on
Thursday, Novembor sixth, 1878, at the
old ttand on Eighth ttreet. Bale to com
mence at 0 o'clock and continuo from day
to day until all tho goods aro sold,
John II. Gasman, Assignee.
Cairo, Octobor 18, 1873.
Strawh show which wuy the wind
blows. St. Louis has consumed, ot Dr.
McCabe's Medicated Brandy, mon than
any other city in the United Statos ; and,
as a consequence, Si. Louis shows a smaller
death rate than any city in tbo United
States. Comment is unnecestary.
(yesterday.) Tho owner can have tho tamo
by applying at Tiik Bulletin office and
paying tor this advertisement.
Wanted, A number ono good boot
maker. Steady work and good wages. Ap
ply to Win. Khlcrt, Twentieth ttreet, bo.
twecu Washington aventto and Poplar
WANTED A partner In the commission
and order butlneit. An active butlneit
man with small capital can make a good ar
rangement. Addrest for 10 dayt, care K.
C. I'aco Co., T. U. W.
NOTICE-On ond aller Monday, Novem
ber 3. aud through tho winter, a warm lunch
will bo fprcad at tho Thalia taloon, opponllc
Tiik Bulletin office, at lo o'clock a.m.,
ever) day. All tho delicacies of the tcajon.
lMlm A. Jaeckel, Pioprlctoi.
BOAKDINCJ-Mm. John JlcKee, having
taken the bouso formerly occupied by Mrs.
Gooiiyear, corner ot Wathlngton avenue
and Eighth street, will from tills dale bo pre
pared lo accommodate boarders by the day
or week. i.v
NOTICE B;ing determined to closo my
business house, I thall Irom and after this
date, t ill for :ah only. All pcr-ont In
debtcd tonic aro respectfully uquctted to
closo their accounts Immediately. Charles
I). Artcr is hereby empowered to collect,
recivc, anu receipt nil claim tine me.
D. Aim: ii.
FRED. STITCHER hat purchased the
barbor shop of Geo. Reining, who retires
for thi' bent lit of hit health. Tho thou N
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Klghteenth streets, and its
new proprietor Is detenulncd to make It
llrst-clan In every particular. Ho mvltet
public patronage, 10-20 lm
(loclUne A lto.-enwnter vvlrhcs to Inform
the public that they have reduced all bctt
prints to 10 cents per yard, and nil other
goodt In proportion.
Prof. O. C. ltoden will open hit Danclnz
Academy at Whltlock'e hall, corner ol Tenth
ttreet and v a-lilngton avenue, Gentle
men's clat on Tuciday Nov. llth, at 8
o'clock p ni. Juvenile cists, Saturday Nov
IR.li, at 2 o'clock p.m. 11-7-31
Miss Adolaido Phillip-: and Mr. L. T. Brlggs
on Commercial avenue, between Ninth and
Tenth streets, would rospcctlully announce
to th ladles ot Cairo and vicinity, that they
nro rcelvln a full lino of fuihlnnablo mill
ncry goods, and aro prepared to lurnlsh
their patrons with JiaU and bonnets from
the cheapest to the most expensive.
10-27 lm
An excellent fruit farm of ft'lj acres ono
milo due cast ot Villa Ridge. 10 acres Jun
cleared and tct out in Irult and vineyard.
Twenty-thrco iierct cleared; the rcit heavy
wood-land. A now two ttory bouo and
other out building-). The land it rapidly en
hancing In value. Good terms to a prompt
3Utomcr. Add re m 31. A. D. Buli.Kxin
office. One bono of all work will ulo be
Met ut VjargaAn. U-1-31
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
cluslvcly In gentlemen's clothing and gent's
fiirnixhln Koods,uinl Inivlnir on hand u Urge
and well usorled stock offall and wlnlcrdry
joodi, notions, cto.. etc., which vveiletlro to
closo out outirely, wo tako this method to
Inform tbe public that wo shall, ulter Nov
ember 1st, tell all goodt In our ttoru in the
dry good line, at first cott. All ourj-oodt
were bought at tho lowest market price, and
ire freth und suitable for this tca-on. 'Ihoko
alslilng toobtaln good bargains hhould
call on ut beloro purchasing elsewhere.
Blum ansom,
No. 142 Commercial avenuo, between J.
llurger and Elliott & Uaythorn. 11-1-lm.
J. It, CUNNINGHAM'S carriages are tho
bent in tbo city. Ho hat tho only closo car
riage In ihe city on hire. Ho will transler
families to nud irom ttoamboats or railroad
depotn, night and day, ordert being lett at
35 Commercial avenue. Cunningham would
call attention ot candidates ileslrli.g to vl-lt
iho country precinct and call upon the
voters, to the fict that his sprint; wagons aro
precisely adapted to this purpose "they
were apparency made for tho buslutft.
Either ol them will carry a candidate and
all the working frieuds necetsary to capture
every vote outaldo of Cairo, In Aloxaiider
iminty. io-3l Cm
Happ) relief lor young men from Iho cl-
ipcis oi errors anu auusea in eariy uie. .Man
hood restart d. Impediments to marrlue
removed. cw method oi treatment. New
Hid remark ible remedlei. iiook-. und cir
culars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad-ill-ess,
Howard Aisoclatlnn, .So, 'i South
Moth street, Philadelphia, l'n, an Institu
tion having u high reputation for honorable
conduct ami pnit'i'ttloual skill. Id-'l'j d.twilui
Dr. Millkk'h Mionktic Balm is a
certain euro lor all diacaies uf tho atoinach
and bowels, it roliovet nausea, vomiting
colic, cramps and pain of all kindt, like
magnetism. Only costs t!0 cents to buy
it. See advertisement In this paper.
How to Dubai; up a had Co hi.
Bathu you feet in but water Jutt betoro
going lu bed; tako ono or two teaspoon.
tuls of Dr. Ransom's Hive Syrup and
Tolu, or Uunoy Myrup, and drink a bowl
ot giugor teu. Jump Into bed and wrap
up warm, and you will bo nil right in tbo
morning. d&wlt
Still Viotokious. Somo toven years
have patcd tlnco Dr. Prico't Cream
flaking rovvuor wat llrtl ottered to the
publlu for their trial and approval accord
Inn to its msrtts, and lis superiority over
all Baking Powders and othor means for
making wlioleaomo light sweot bread and
biscuits hat boon established by their
verdict, mill victorious, standing to-day
In tho estimation of thousands at thu only
tafu and reliable ponder to use. Those
who have not should tost it, as also 11 is
Special Flavorings, Nectarine, Vanilla,
otc, which aro not only equal but superior
to anything over usod for flavoring cakot,
ples,otc. Nov. C, diw-lw.
Mim A. I'liii.Ltrs, Miis. L. T. Batons.
Fashionable Millinery
i 'nift'
Very Low Price
FineCliinchilli O. coats,$10
F!no Chincliilli Tea Jackets, (for
men) $7 SO
Fino Cliincliilli Pea Jackets, (for
boy?) 6 00
A 820 Chinchilla Overcoat, Cm
hiuiirc lining, for 16 00
Fine Beaver Suit IS 00
Good Overcoat 7 00
All Wool Winter Jackot l' 25
tin best Wool Winter
Jackets iu the city, guaran
teed 5 00
Heavy Winter Undershirts ond
Drawers 50
Couutry Knit Wool Socks 40
we can rimNisn
FOR t4.
FROM 95 TO 25.
900 Fanio Hats
Wo are still selling
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