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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Onsiryik'i Orr icb,'Caiuo, III., 1
November It, 10:11 p.m., 1078. J
Barometer, 36:35 degrees.
Thermometer, W degrees.
Wind west, Velocity '.'0 miles i:r
JUxlinuni temperature lot Uit '21 hours,
Minimum teiupei attire fur the laP.I huura,
Prevailing wlud f"r lt VI huuts, tiutUf
TuUl numUr uf nil In traveled by wind
during but lit huura, lit).
Observer Signal Service, U. 3. A
WHOLESALE and retail.
LAkuAST VAHIITY STOCK IB TUM C1TT
GOODS HOLU VEHY OLOUK.
Cttruvr f HlaoMMiatb lrlaad Vuim
11. (). 1'ATlKlt
II A L LID AY BROTHERS
FORWARDING aud OOMMIHSION
R II II II A TN.
DEALKlUi IN FIOUR;
OHIO blVkh 4N KANAWHA
LI A I. 'J COU
70 Ohio Lhykh,
H. J. CUNDIPP,
COMM I3SIOIV MERCHANT
No, 17 Kioutii St.,
G. I). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Mo. 70 Ohio Levee, CA1U0, ILLS.
OTSpoclal attention given to consign
Bienia and tilling order. 1 12 tl
SPECIAL WARRANT NO. 3.
rublie notice la hereby given ttitit the
ouutr court ot Alexander county, has ren
dered judgment lor a apcclal assessment up
on property benefitted by tbo following Im
provement: Tho new sidewalk on the
northerly aide ol Fifteenth atrcet, from
Washington avenue to Walnut atrcet ; the
reconstructed sidewalk on south aide of
Fifth atreet, Irom Washington avenue to
Walnut atrcet; on north aldeofKilth atreet;
on weal aide ol Walnut atreet, between
Fourth and Fifth atreeta ; on weat aide of
Walnut atreet, botween Soventh and Klglith
atreeta; on eaat aldeol Walnut atreet. ho
;weeu Ninth and Tenth street; on went
aide of Walnut atreet, between Eleventh
and Twelfth atreeta; on eaat aide of Wal
nut atrcet, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
treeti ; on east aide of Walnut, between
Thirteenth ami r ourtccntli atreeta : on went
aide of Walnut atreet, between Thirteenth
un.l Vnnrtppitth atreeta ; nn tin nnst hliln nl
nr.l.... ..a, li.lWAnn l'lrin..t.ll. ....I LU.
tecntb atreeta ; on cast aide of Walnut atrcet,
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets;
on eaat aide of Walnut atreet, between Nine
teenth and Twentieth atreeta; on west aide
. r I T - . I . ( .. .. . . - I - t ... ft,.
I H LUI1 KVClllir. iiL'LnVl'U &Vt:ilL
veiuu a u i nciuv-i.iLTUiu airceib: buuiii
Commercial avenue and l'ojilar atrcet.
ai win more tuny appear irom ccrtineu
iopy of the iudgment on flic in tho ofllce or
.be clerk of the city of Calio, that u wurrant
'or the collection of aueh a.scsamciit la In
ub uuua ui luu uiiiieraigneu. All persona
utcreated are hereby notified to call uud
iay the nruoutita aaaeaaed, at tho collector's
. p. . 1 1 . 1 , ....... i .
rom the date hereof.
uaicu tnia inn uny ot .-4ovemuer, A. I).
873. It. A. Cunningham, Collector.
C J ll HI ' I ' HV. f I J HI
rner Twelfth atreet and Washington A e
J. C. HUELS,
(Uto of St. Louli,)
OK, BINDER AND BLANK UUUK
i Vlr nnn ITU nf luraHiiailnHnn i ini
neatneaa and dlipatch. All kin da of
ia A va w v v a w uvuvi a w m wmw
Ing done at abort notlco . Ulblea, Mualc,
ounty work, aueh ai ltecordi, Dockets
uooki, xiianati. etc.. rnaue a ireciaiity
loxee. f ocltet Uooki. Knve lopea, eto
m in nrunr
ILL1AM U. SMITH, M. D.
(8IDBNOENo. tl ThirtMsth atrMt, tx
twaao WaahiBftOD avanua and Walnnl atrea
-M wmiiiawui avaana. ntasaira.
(1. W. DUNNING. H. D. '
ana wunni bib
Bet orasr Blxtfi asr aaa ubio urea,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Til t editor of tlio 'Sun' li In Clilcno.
PANHY I'lll c k will Lae.lllw Alheiitiiili
next Tuesday night.
MaJOK LxK WaS ntUUOd nlllUUg lill
Skyekal communications are crowded
out of ttli Itiuo uf Tiik Hullktjx.
lu h a good square moal go tu llnrry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
belwoon Seventh and Eighth street, lui
Dazy lliuiZK, charged with tho mur
dor of till brother Dun, will Is Ukon to
Joliiiioo county Inn fow days, having ob
talqeJ a change of venuo to tbat county,
Tit laborer! on tbo llllnoli Central
now receive only $1 CO porday, initead of
(1 75 a heretofore. Th?y began vvosknt
the reduced ratci yciturday morning,
Uahtman bai gone to Mow York to at
tend a largo bankrupt ialo. He will ro
turn with a largo ttock of tho cheapest
and beat good ever boforo brought IoUjIi
Dt'niNu tbo storm Sunday afternoon
the lUg stuff at tho cuitom houie was
truck by lightening, and badly shattered.
It la so badly Injured a tu bare to be
Jambs A. l'titLLt!) nnd Prank UUko,
who for tho Wit month or fix wieks wore
"doing tho eait," returned .Sunday morn
ing. They are tho lamo boys they wuro
before they went away.
ASSOCIATE JUliTfCB MAUCUtLfJQS Wal
In attendance on probate court yesterday.
The judge It not lorry tbat bli term of
office la about to expire. Ilu hai more
profitable business to attend to.
Wk underaland tbat the "Old Polka''
are contemplating raialng a dancing clan
in l'rof. Iloden'a achool. Having confl
denco In lila ability in teaching we be
lieve a Uno clan will be formed.
Attntion 1'atkiaucub1 There will
ba a regular meeting of Cairo Kocamp
ment No. Ill, to-night (Tueiday). Work
in all tbo digrcca. A full attendnncp ro
queatod. John H. (Jof.MiA.v, 8crlbe.
I'Ror. Uoukv's dancing ichool waa or.
ganizd Saturday afternoon with a very
favorable attendance of the little folkf.
A full attendunco will be expected on
Wednesday afternoon next at 4) p.
hi. Qcntleuona' clan will meet thU
eveni&K at 6 p.m.
A tuu.no man, a reildent nf Cocao
laland precinct, waa brought to tho city
yeiterday and turned over to tho tender
merciea of Jailor Dick Fitzgerald. We
did not aicertain tbo name of the young
nan, but ho waa arrestod for abootlng nt
and mining Henry Mayo.
Tu a colored people nt tbuir meeting on
rriday night laat failed to nppoiut a dele
gats to the Washington convention to bo
held on the 13tb of December. It la now
propoaed tu hold another meeting to-mor
row night, at which it is thought they
can comu to lome underitanding, and let
tie upon who thall repreiont them In the
I)av Hkckzk, now confined in tho
county jail on a cbargo of murdering hit
brother, will within the next ten daya
or two weeki be traniferred to Johnion
county, whero hit trial will commence on
the' tint Mondny in December. Dlltz,
alio charged with murder, will bo tried at
Joneaboroat the next term of tho I.'nion
county circuit court.
TuXltorin which villted this city on
Sunday afternoon waa ono of tho molt
terrific wltucucd in tlili locality for tome
time pait. It did not extend In eltbor di
rection far from this city, only a fow miles
bovo and below Cairo on tho Mtnlsilppi,
and to l'aducah on tbo Ohio. Wo have
beard of no other damage done by the
itorm than tho ahivuring ol the fUg staff
at the custom house.
,Mk. IIowaiiu met with n very
painfulanr.d aerloui nccldent whilu at Col
uinbiu, Kentucky, on Saturday oveulng
last. While pasting from tho wharfloat
to the steamer Illinoii', bo stepped on a
round plocu nf wood, which in rolling
turned hli ankle, spraining It io bad as to
compel him to walk with crutches, l'hil
can't afford to looso much limo going
about tho world on crutches. "Life Is too
abort." Wa hope ho will toun Lu well
I taku this opportunity tu Inform tho
citizens of Citlro and itirrounditig country,
that I will roiumo my practice In tbo city
of Citlro on or about Iho 1st of December.
'-i-yo.tr. 1'. L. Williams, Dentist.
lies has on hand, and for ialo a largo
quantity of ouk and hickory wood, cut
and split, nnd ready forthoitovo. Also
all kinds of coal which will bo delivered
in any part of tho city on abort notlco
Loavo orders at coal yard, on Commer
cial avonuo, opposite Klovonth street.
Two Uatteriea of two Boilers, each -4
feet long, 2 Inch Dram, 2 U inch Fluoa
with lire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chlmnoy and
llrltchln, all com pie to and in first-clan
order,'; boon used only throe months. For
price, etc., Inquiro of J. T. Hbmmik,
O-33-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
Notlco Is hereby given tbat any boy
who atiall use a rubber sling or air gun,
or play shinny on tho streets of Cairo,
will bo arrested by the police, Sev
eral accidents to persons nnd damage
to property has boon occasioned, by tho
uso of these weapons and tho playing of
the game named, an oyo of ono boy having
been put out by a poblo discharged from a
ling and toatns frlghtoned.
Chief of l'ollco
fUtt UAlltO DAILY BULLETIN, TU ESDAY, NOVEMBER. 17, lb'3
The rogular term of the Alexander
unity probate court, Judge K. Uron,pre
siding, convened yesterday morning,
Tho criminal ducket was tfikutt up and
the fallowing caaes disposed of:
Tbo people vs. Jacob Ilradly; recogni.
ztuce to keep '.be ponce. Tho cmo w.i
continued by agreeineut.
Same vs. Stevens nnd Tucker ; adultery
and fornication, The parties having mar
rieJ, the cane was dismissed.
Same vs. Andrew YaUi ; Laatardy;
continued with Alias Capiat to Ihuo, re
turnablo to tho next term ot court.
Samovs. Same; bastardy; caie com
promised, tbo defendant agreeing tu sup
port tho child until ten years of ago.
Stratton & Ulrd vs. Wm. T. Wilson,
sonlor partnor of Stringer Sc Wilson; as
sumpsit; nttachmont Issued. Cause settled
debt and costs of court paid.
Joseph II. Heed vr. Thus. T. Edwards;
aisumput, dninagcs 300. Papers In the
onto show defoudant "not found."
Monday Is alwayi a good day In tho po
lice court, and yeiterday was no exemp
tion to tho rule.
The flrtt victims wero Oscar J'.lttcr, Jno
Kvly and Frank Tusc'y plain drunkn
all of thou. Hitter und Itndy lb default
of one dollar and coiti eich, went to tho
calabooie for throe days. Tuscy was more
furtuate ; whou tbo bill agAlnit him was
presented ho "went down" Into bis over
cast pockot and brought forth a bran new
$'10 national bank bill, settled his account
and left the court rejoicing that it was no
worse with him.
Phcllx Howies, a colorod man, on n
charge of lighting, plead guilty and was
fined S nnd '.trlmmlnga-Sll 40 in all.
Pnolix had no money and was sent to la
bit on the streets for six days.
John Manabnn, who Is probably as
well vcraed In the ways of our police
court as any man in tho sity, was up on
two chargos, ono for fighting and the
other for carrying concealed weapons.
To tho first charge he plead not guilty.
Hut evidenco against blm was conclusive,
and a tlnu of ten dollars and costs of
court was booked to his account. To tho
socond charge ho plead guilty, and another
live was added to hli Uno. Then ho ad
dressed some wry insulting language to
tho chief of polico, Mr. McUale, for
which anotbor Qoe of five dollars was
charged to the debtor side of hit account.
In all the fines and costs amounted to $tti,
in default of the payment of which Mana
han was acnt tr the calaboose for twenty
Pkick Cuurent Ornci,
Monday Kvo., Nov. 17, 1873.
The week opens wUh an unusual activ
ity In tbo Oata and Corn market. Soveral
flat boatt have beon at tho landing taking
on cargoea, and to-day cleared tbo market
entirely of corn and oats. Tho order
trado too hat increased within a
day or two, and these coupled
with light receipts, bnvo combined
to run up prises 'J and 3c on
eorn, and as much as lc on choice mixed
oats. "Wo can tun nothing to warrant tho
advanco noted on corn, and think it will
hardly ho luitalnod, as there is no induct
monla in tho market to call speculators
into tho field. Oats will probably go
up higher, as the markets bolow are ac-
tivo and Arm with good margins. Flour
is dull nnd unchanged. Common bay
is not wanted. Huttcr is in
largo supply and lower; 'Joe Is
quoted as an outside, figure forjbest to-day.
The market Is baro of Eggs; receipts
would find ready sale at to 25c.
A heavy storm of ball and rain accom-
panld with thunder and lightning vlsitod
this soction yostorday,but very little dam-
ago was done ; aside from that tho woatber
has been warm and pleasant and ttioro is
a fair prospect of its continuing so.
aJCorreepondents should bear in mind
that those quotations nre for rourd nU
from tlrst hands. For broken ana sumi;
lots, nnd in filling order, an advance
is charged over these pricof
FLOUK The market Is heavy and dull
with very llttlo movement. 1'rlces ro
main unchanged, transactions wero lim
ited to 500 bbls. as follows t '.'OU various
grades $5 GO0S SO; 'J00 various grudtb
$1 2 5 8 CO and 100 do sold on orders at
5 009 00.
II AY Tho market is woak and uncer
tain. Only fancy grades are called for
and n very small amount of this satisfies
tho domand. Most of tho receipts aro of
an Inforior grade, and not wanted. Sales
3 cars choice mixed del J1G015 75; 1 car
do do SIC, and 8 cars choico timothy and
mixed sold $1C 17 dol.
COHN Mixed closod Arm at an id.
vanco to 515'Jo sacked and delivered,
All on tbo markot was disposed of to-day.
"Whito Is scarco and quoted o4c. Hulk
tnlxod sold on track to-day at 4243c.
"Wo note sales of 4 cars mlxod in bulk on
track 4'.'l3c; 4 oars do, sold oarly, 11
42c, and 3 cars mixed in sacks del, sold at
OATS Ilocoipts fall short of tho de
mand, and tho market was baro to
day. Prico closod firm at laQHc.
"We noto salos of 1 car white oats sacked
and del 44c; 3 cars choice mixed in bulk,
on track sold at 37o.
COHN MEAL Tho markot Is Arm
and unchanged. 400 bbls stoam and kiln
dried sold at $2 CO and 100 bbls green
meal sold at '.' 60 all dollvorod.
UKAN Only small local demand'
Quoted at $10 V ton in car load loin.
BUTTEH Receipts aro largonnd
stocks accumulating. Prices are lower.
The ruling figure to-day was 25c. Salos
15 tubs choice roll 25o ; 11! pkgs roll and
packed 2428cj 3 tubs strictly cboico roll
27c and 10 pkga fancy northern sold at
EOOS None In markot. The demand
Is active at '2325o.
CIIICKENS-Dull. Mixed chickens
aro almost unsalable, Sales G dozen d rest
ed , small, at $1 75; 6 coops live mixed
$1 C0'2 and C coops choice $2 2t('J 7.
CHEESE 30 tuxes croam chceiu sold
TURKEYS-20U lbs drcssel told at
CHANGES Nut much doing. gUo
tjj $1011 perbbl.
VITLE9 Fair demand for choice.
Sales, CO bbls choice Michigan at (4 60
and 30 bbls choice mixed $34
LAIiD-30 kegs sold at 9Jc.
POTATOES Very few potatoes cumo
In. Tbo polatoot now in tho market tell
at f 22 60 according to quantity.
ONIONS-lVr Ibl $13.
GAME Not much comos in. A few
doers have been sold at 7"je.
HAMS We note tales of 3 tlorcet su
gar cured at 1 2c.
CAHHAGK Q'llot. Slow sale. 5000
head told nt SCl0per hundred.
LAUD T larce lard sold at bju keys
CHEESE Now York factory V lb,
BYHUl'S Tho demand Is fair for
choico nt C0cfj 1 "pi gal, and Now Orloam
PLASTEKING II AIR-35c por bushel.
LIME In lots l 15 to 1 1!5 bU.
CEMENT. At wholesale fi 61'fA'J 75
HUHLAl'S-2) buahcls corn, l os
ISJc; do 13 oz 10c; 1 busbela uats 20c
5 bushels 21c.
SOAP Shaoll'er's Oernmn mottled 7 jc
Champaign soap, 74c,
TALLOW V lb T
COFFEE Scarco and firm, Java sol!
ine nt 353Cc; Laguayra none ; Kit
KUOAlt Coffee A, l2Jt3c.
li EES WAX 28a per lb
FEATUEK3 S. O. per lb C5c.
TEAS Imperial, 75c$l 25;
powder, 75cfl 25; Oolong black,
$1; Young Hyson, tll 40.
UHOOMS. Dull; common house sol.
at f 1 00 to 2 60; choico and uxtru choirs
3(3 70; steamboat $1 C06 00.
FKEIGUT Cotton, comoressed W
Now York, H5c; to lloiton $1. Un
compressed, to Now York ft It; to li
KATES To Now Orleans and Vlcka
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc, -iOi
pound freights 20c cwt; bay 7 por
ton; whiskey tl 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, olc,30o per bbl
pound freights 15c cwt; hay $5 por ton
f blsliy 80o per bbl.
and departures for the 24 hours ending at 0
p. m. last ocnini;:
A It 111 V A 1.1
City of VIcksbur Vicksburg
Mary Houston Now Orleans
Andy Uaum Cincinnati
City of Quincy St. Louis
11 C Yaeger St. Louia
W J Hohan Cincinnati
Emma (! Elliott St. Louis
Exporter Now Orleans
Gen Anderson St. lxuis
John Kilgour Cincinnti
Kate Kinney St. Loula
Jno A Shudder New Orleana
Carrlo V Kounfz New Orleans
tvatlo 1' ivouniz St. J.oult
joo Klnnuy St. Koiila
Hello Memphis Memphis
City Vicksburg St. Loula
Mary Houston Cincinnati
Andy Uaum Momphis
WJ Lewis New Orleans
City Quincy New Orleans
J Ilelian Not,- Orleans
Emma C E'.liutt Memphis
Exporter St. Loula
Gun Andoraon Metropolis
John Kllgore Now Orleans
lAlo iwlnnoy Nuw Orleans
Colorado St. Loula
John A Scudder St. Loula
Cnrrle Kountt St. Loula
Joo Klnnoy Vicksburg
Tui Hiviiis Tho Ohio is still falling,
the declino since last report bolng twon
ty Inches. The Mississippi is also do
cllnlng at St. Louis, but not rapidly.
HusI.msi xnt Wkatukb. Husiucss
w.if, to say tbo lead, not brisk yejtor
day. Tbo aky wa nloujy nil day, and
threatened rain, which towards evening
began to fall. However, ap to tbo close
of our report it bad dono little more than
sprinkle. The storm on Sunday was ono
of the most terrific that has visited this
locality in a long time. However, it did
not extond far In any diroction from this
city ; On tho Mlisissipplit only oxtonded
a fow miles nbove and below us, and cn
tbo Ohio only a short distance a bovo
Paducah. Tho only damage, we have been
ablo to hear of being occasioned by tbo
storm, was driving flvo btrgos of coal bo
longing to the tow of the Keystone hard
aground nt Grand Chain, on tho Ohio
river. At last reports tho burgee were
yot hard aground. The wharfboat nt
Mound City was blown across the Ohio
and landed at the Kentucky bank.
Misckli.ankous. Wo rogret to learn
that the James FisU has abandoned the
Cairo and Paducali trado, on account of
"hard times." Her owners any they kopt
her in the trado for tLe accommodation of
an "unapproclativo public until her little
blue- packet book began to colapso," and
then she wont to the wall Tho (lias
cow, rumor says, has been attached by
l'aducah parties for n dock bill
of considerable proportions
Tlio Evansville packets nro doing uairotty
fair business. They are bringing out
large quantities of potatoes for roshipmont
south Tho Katie V. Kountis brought
out COO tons freight for tbo II. C. Yaeger,
and will go back to St. Louis The
John Gllmore wis aground at Shawnou
town bar, but by good management was
got ell', und passed south with a guod
trip. Hho added nothing at this port
Tho Exporter, Oapt. John A. "Williams,
commanding, baa 1,600 sacks salt, 124 bar
rots molasses, for St. Louts. Sho has ulso
a quantity of miscellaneous freight
The John A Scudder brought 10 hog
boads sugar, 200 barrel orangea, and 40
bales moss for St. Louis, ami 45 bales moss
fur Cairo Tho Kate Kinney was still
here at dark adding to her cargo
The Mary Alice towed the Little Samp
son to the wreck of the Mary E Poe,
Divers John Gwlor and Dick Slack went on
hor Tbo Mary Houtton had 160 tons
fur way points ; 00 packages wine,
40 barrels molasses and 220 packages sun
dries for Cincinnati Tho City of
Vicksburg bad 201 bales cottun for St.
Louts Tho big Item of tbo Arling
ton cargo was 600 car wheels for Ohio
Falls company The Carrlo V.
Kountz brought 20 barrels peconi, 21 bar
rels molanoi and 11 packages sundries
f.ir Cairo; 200 barrels rico and CI casks
pitch fur Chicago, nnd 21 barrols
molasses, 4b barrols pitch, If J barrels rice,
00 barrols pecona, 20 packages wine, 100
packages suda, 2, Ibl sacks salt and 100
boiei ditto for St, Lonis Thu new
boat W. J, Heban, pasted down on Sun
day evening on bor way to Now Orleans.
Sho had n cargo of 250 tons.
Pkiiionai.. Chas. W. Anderson, gon
er! freight aotit of tho Nashville and
Northwestern and Nathvllle and Chats
nooga railroads, of tho "Oroen Lino,'
whilo passlug down the levoo un Sunday
evening, fell into thu new wnter guago,
fracturing one rib, and suttnined other
slight Injurius. He will be nbou'. again In
a fow day s.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICE .
Oak nnd Steamfltting on short notice
Hroaa' lllock. tl.26tf.
Go To Halley's for tho Iluruelt steam
coking vessel. 11-C-lm
Go TO Halley's for good bnrgalns in
eeoking nnd heating stoves. 11-C-lm
Tiik European hotel, llary Wnlkor
proprietor, Is o,on nt all hourt of tho
1'oh uah and steam lilting go to Ken-
nlo's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenuo, foot of Ninth street ti-10-tf
All kinds of game constnutly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial uvenuo
between Seventh nnd Eighth streets.
Hai.i.ky keeps tho celebrated "Fash
Ion,' tho "Monitor," tho "Lady Gny," the
"Alnskl, ' and numerous other guod cook
stoves ; and all atyloi of heating stoves,
which he offors low for cash.
Notion la hereby glvon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to nny of tho om
ployes of Tim Caiuo Hullktin, either
or themselves or for thu use of tho office
unloao tho same nre furnished on nn order
llgned by Mr. Hurnott or myself.
12-20-ly Jon II. OuxnLT.
lly Ilartmun, a line
At n great bnrgain.
Call at Hartman's taleroom, 100 Com
Mr. Pace oilers lilt horse and buggy
for sale. Tlio bono is tho finest in the
city, combining tho qualities buth of sad
dle ani harnes, In buth uf which he is
Qtst-clait. Tho buggy la n No. 1 top
l-'Uggy, nearly now. They will be sold at
-. Viargntu. Imptlre aV 0!i Ohio lovec.
r. Fltxgernld nt his rooma, corner
Fourteenth street mii 1 Commercial ave
nue, offers for lulu Uuinness' JVrtor A
Bast' ales and pure Hennery brandy,
and tbo genuine Angoaturo blttera, all
Urst-claaa cholera cures. Try them
Hk.xky Hi'norr, ut his new utaud on
Eighth atreet, is selling couklng and het-
stoves uud tin ware at the lowest price,
and Is always prepared te do job work nnd
guttorlng, which he nmkes a apcclnlity, on
abort notice. Henry bus conio to stay and
ought tu get n llhoral ahare of public put-
H. Junko, fashionable bout and shoo
mnkcr. Cork aolos, Scotch bottom, and
thu latestlmprovcmunta in the line ut his
business. Only the beat anu most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be firstcliiti in every rcapoct.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7-tf
A Nkw E.vTEKi'itibic Dr. II. F. Field
will run n lino of hacks between Cairo
und tho terminus of thu Cairo, Arkausns
A Cox as railroad, making two trips ench
day, leaving Cairo at a o'clock a. m., and
nnd,2Jo'clock, p. m., making close con-
iioctlcn with tbo trains on that roml.
Orders for passengers or baggage should
be left at Field's stable, on lOili street.
Dr. Lavnrty, homoeopntblat physi
cian, late of Shawnoetown, has located In
this city nnd intonds making It his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, nnd referi) to the otQcors of tho
First National bank of Shawnoetown, to
whom ho is well known, having pructlcod
bis profession among them for years. Ho
solicits n fair ahare of tbn patronngo of
our citizens. Otllco 140 Cummerclnl ave
nue. 7 20-tf
Winter's gallrey is thronged with
visitors dally. It Is now in complete
running order, nothing lacking nor miss
ing. Thu work he Is now turning out Is
of thu vory highest typo of photography,
and ho makes n hnndsome picture tor you
in epito of your looks. A visit to his
gallory Is a temptation to have your
ahawdow caught. We huvo beon so
tempted nnd "You know how It la my
self." Go and do likowieu.
Attcntio.s is culled to tho card of C.
W. Wheelor, dealer in wood and coal,
which will be found under tho head of
new advertisements In this morning's
Hui.i.ktik. Ho is prepared to furnltb
any quantity or quality of wood or coal
desired on short notlco and nt reasonable
rutos. His ofllce and ynrd Is locatod ou
Tenth street, between Commercial and
AVashingtou uvenues, where orders should
Tho barber shop it on tbo corner of
Eighth street nnd Commercial avonuo
whore J.tGoorgo Stlenhouso with his gun
tlemonly assistants can be found at any
hour of thu day or night, ready to sootho
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with n good sham
poo. It is a flrst-class shop, and you aro
sura of receiving flrst-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved stylos, 8-15-tf
THE OLD FASHIONED
Hultalo Over Shoo.
Juat rcuched ami for falo nt Elliott A liar-
tl.n.... . . ....
THOMAS' Miotufrapli Gallery will bo
oprn for business on nnd nftcrNovcmbor 12,
1873. i'onona naming pictures will do well
to wait a few days longer. u-s tf
IP you want burgulns go to IJarltnan's.
Litcat stj la hats $1 60. Country k-it looks
35 ccuti u pair, a comple to null for $0 CO.
All wool de'nlnc li cents. Extra heavy
blackuts l 5').
Vlf liujjuur convocation of Cairo
VAC'haptcr No. 71, ror Installation of
officers lor ensuing year, this (Tuesday)
evening at 7:"0 o'clock, sh jp. Hkcoiidkk.
A nKoi'LAr. convocation of It. A. Chapter
71, will bo htl.i thN (Tuesday) evening, No.
vemher 18, 1373, at 7J o'clock sharp. Visit
lu' companions aro cordially Invited.
P. Kohsmevkb, Secretary.
li HUMAN SCHOOL HALL. A ball will
be given nt itheel'a hall on the 27th, (Thanks
gilng,, lor the benefit of the German
scboul. A general Invitation la extended
to the friends ol tho trlciuU of the school,
and nil others w bo dclte In attiud. 1-15 tf
NOTICE On und oiler Monday, Novem
ber:!, uud through the winter, .1 warm lunch
will be tprcad nt the Thalia raloon, opposite
Tiiu IIL'i.i.kti.v ofllce, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho dclli-aeR's of the season.
1M 1 in A. Jai;cm:i., l'roprlctoi.
NOTICI" lljln.i determined to cloo my
lilsliic9 home, I hall from and after this
date, sell for :u-h only. All persona in-
lebtcd to uie aro respectfully tcqucstcd to
clo-e their accounts Immediately. Charles
D. Arter la hereby empowered to collect,
receive, and receipt all claim duo me.
FHED. s n rCllHIt li.ii purchased tho
barber ahop of Oco. Hcliitng, who retires
for tho bemcllt of hla health. The shop li
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth atreeta, nnd Us
new proprietor la determined to make it
Hrst-clai In rvcry particular. He invite."
public patronage. 10-20 lm
NOTICE Tho annual meeting of tho
stockholders ot the Cairo nnd Vlnccnues
Hallroad company, for the election ol director-nnd
such other liiHlnesi ni uny come
before It, will be held nt tho ofllce of the
company In Cairo, Illinois on Tuesday, De
cember 10, 1S73. A. E. Hl'ltNStni:, l'rest.
It. 31I!.i.i:i!, aoomtary.
WANTED Flto tons of dry corn husks
in bale er sacks, fornuttress making, deliv
ered at O. W. lllck'a factory, opposltn
Orcenllcld'." ferry, on the Mlsntslppl levee.
GTHiisk bed-, lllled at the ahop. The best
and cheapest mattrrtcn nnd pillows ever
offered In this markot, for sale ut (1. W.
Wbttlock's, corner Teuth street and Wash
ington nveuuo. U-tS lm
I HAVE this day conferred to Wm. F.
lCucheuheckcr, with 11, Meyers, Hq., No.
2 Ohio l.evce, the agency nt Cairo, of thu
Tcutoiiin l.llo Insurance company, and of
tho lllsiuarck Hun. I. All moueyx dm to
mKl lii-Utullona ure henceforth tu lie paid
to him, as he la the only authorized collector.
Caiuo, UK, November K, ls73.
ll-lil 2t Traveling (Jcncral Auent
llf.AHOSS WHY. the roanim why Dr.
I'rli e'a Special Flavin Jii&i, cluiiumuii, lem
on, vanilla, etc , are Miporlor to all others,
Is hecausu they are prepared from the choi
cest selected frulH und aromatlcs. without
coloring or pnlsouou olK that all the flav
oring principles are retained unchanged by
eliciut.nl nidlon, highly concentrated, re-
muring less to flavor, that there Is no de
ception in bottles in they hold one-half,
inoro Hum thoso Mild for the mmo size.
That they ure In every particular llko lift
celebrated Cream lla.lnir Powder. Just :ia
represented. 11-12 Vvvd.Vvv
Fine while ; ainglo und douhlo X amber
slnglo and doublo X Canary, bust quality ol
raanlUa, blue letter, etc., etc. bO.OOO for
alo, printed nt ?:t W to 0 60 per thousand
at the Uui.i.kiim Okkick.
Hoot and ahou maker, Twentieth street, be-
tvvecn Washington avenue and Poplar
street, ia prepared to make boots ana shoes
In tho l.tcst iv ml moat faahlouahle style.
He will muko them to order, old or ntw
styles to suit customers, out of tho best aud
frohcst Hock, of which he always liai a
good supply un hand from which to maUu
selections. All fitting of boots and shoes
made by Mr. Llilen la done In Ills own shop
no foreign lilting Inllng used by htm.
Give him a call, and ho wilt give you ratls-
VEHY LATEST TAKE NOTICE.
After .luuuury 1st vvn expect to ileal ex
clusively In gentlemen's clothing and gent's
furnii-hliig goods, and having ou hand a largo
and well assorted stock of full and winter dry
jroodn, notions, etc , etc., which we desire to
close out entirely, wo take this method to
Inform the public that wo ahull, utter Nov
ember 1st, sell ull goods lu our store In the
dry good line, ut llrst cost. All ourgoodi
were bought at tho lowest market price, uud
are fresh and suitable for till" season. Those
wishing to obtain good bargains ahuuld
cull ou us belute purchasing el-ewhero.
Hl.U.M .V. A.NSOM,
No. 142 Commercial avenue, botween J.
Hurgcr nnd Elliott ,V lluythorii. lt-t-lm.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief for young men Irom tho el
foctsot rrrurn und uhuseii In curly llfo. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies'. HooKh und elr
rulara sent free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad
drcsn, Howard Association. No, 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion hnving n nigh reputation fur honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-20 il.Vwani
Vhp Dr. Ilcnry'n Worlil'a Toaic ud
It is the great boiu-boldrernfdy, pltasant to
tiks, yet jwtant for the prevention and euro of
diseases. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
tliiclm or Boreaparllta, Sold by Druggists
Dr. Ueiiry'a Boot imil IMrtut Pill.
II II J jet thorough no nausea or griping a
llreiy rejretable greatllver remedy, .'rice si
leuta, Sold by Druggists.
jtfra- WIUcobU' Hyrop.
Tlie gnat soothing remedy. Price ou'.y IS
senti. Glres rest to the mother and health to
lha child Bold by Druggist.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
rrleeM cents, Address Pa. Bctts' DiarsTn
liar, 11 Horth Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
v v IJiliTlSJSMEiNTf
0. W. WUEELER
T.rr" ry ri -ti a tvt t-
ot'j'ici: axd ini)
'iA..t. ... . ..... ... . .
vum aireei, ociwcrn Washington anJ
mii ,,ui''" or 1 '"'burg and Ilfg
...uuiij woi uuii.miiiij un nana, atove
w .......I. .in,;,!, ceni or
wood should be left nt thu otTice on Tonth
street. Terms, cah on delivery.
I'E T E U J U II Ji
No. Ml OHIO I.KVEi:,
r 3-20U. (JAIHO. ILLINOIS
COFFEY, IIAHUISON& CO.,
(iiuccessora to D. Hurd A Son.)
FI.OI!H,UItAIN A.M HAT.
No 03 Ohio Levee, OA1HO, ILLS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
LtuK, Oku kmt, Vlabter, Haib, Etc.
No Ohio Leveti,
E3T1 will sell In car load Iota at manul a
turor?.' prices, adillne; Irellit. 4-2- tf
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Fovwurding and Corouiisaion
I tcpared to forward all kinds of freights
to all polutK.
X. U. ThftleM'o?tl. P. JThistewood.
TIIISTLEWOOD A CO.,
C o m m i a 3 1 on Me k chants
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
No. 78 OHIO LEVEE,
LOUIS II. MY BUS,
FoitWAllDING AND COMMISSION
And Dealer lu
HAY OATS, COH.Y, FLO UK
AXD COU.VntY PKODUCE
.lure ltoom lu Dr. Wardncr's new brick
111 Commercial Avrniio,
EjJ'I.lberal advances made on consign
Itcfercncet City National Hank. 11-2 tf
H. A. Thonis L. D. Thouis
TUOMS & BIIOTHEU,
Succcsosra to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
A.M) RKALKKS IN
Mi,o una Fancy (irorvrlcr.,
Korclgu and Domcatlc
PBD"ITS AITD 3Sr,tTTa
131 Commercial Avenue,
OA UtO. - . ILLINOIH.
MtLLKK & PAKKKlt,
DKALERa IN FLOUK, CORN
Oftta, 1ny, otc,
AGENTS rou FAIHUANlt'H SUALSB
Ohio Levee. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN II. PHLLIS & SON,
tiucoaora to John II. I'hlllla,)
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, ."Bran, &c,
AGENTS POU LAFLIN AND HAND
Oou. Tkntu Stiiket axd Ohio Lkyxk
R. SMYTH & CO.,
I VVUOLESALTS GHOOEKB, j
Cur. Commercial Av. and 11th St.
Alio, kvep eoo.lsntlj un band a moat OJin
plte atock uf
BOOTUU AMU IU8B WHUktlaW
-Q I 8B,-
Port, ModerU, Bherry and CoUwb W Ino
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