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AS0AI.ON LODOI", NO. fit.
KnlKhtsol I'Jthlaa, meets cuty Frl-
iUjmiIkM nt halr-pasl seven, in O'l'I-
Hall 1.10. II HoShMAK.
Ai.i:xANni:it t.odok, no. imi.
Iinleienil-iit Order of Odd-Kil-
Mmv. nu- l Ktrrv ll urmluv night
4irr' nt Imlf-iti.t Ki.n n. In their hall on
( niiiliierchit iiu-nuc, M-tween mxiii iinu nevcnm
IVCfls i .1 , .s .
f 1AIUO l;.V(.AMI'.MKNT. I. O. O. 1'., tncls
V VimMil-Ki llnWn Hull on Hie Oral ami third
t it'Kila In einy month, . half-past Kirn
inn hi ........ , j
UAIIIO UHKill. S0.2M7.A.K. & A.M.
, Holdf-gitl t cuiiituiiilciitlotis lii Ma-
Um.j!. tiiilii Hull. un-rur Commercial menu'1
' 'nil' I J.itililli Mriet, on tlic f-coti'l inn!
iiitth Monday ofearli month.
'1 he next term of the Palish .School of
'.he Cliureli ol tlic ltolcemor will begin on
MONDAY, Sl'.l'l KMIIKIC dtli, nhd con
tlniio in sesnlou n Icon wick. I'ndcr the
same supervision ami control n it was
la-t tf rm, the School will be uoiiil'ictf-d In
n similar mmncr. At the bcglniilii-,' ol tho
term a clurs will lie fii'iiicd lor the study
Appllcstlnn for iiiliulhiiioii must be mails
cither to Mr. P. A. Taylor, or tin- Hector,
The price of tuition will lie only eight
dollars tor the term of sixteen week, l'AV
Alll.i: IS AIiVAXCB.
ClI.MH.KS A. (iir.liKIl'l, Hector.
l'If..Ni:M:ll at l.imN Heihert's.
Tul.cn tip, by the subscriber, on the
c unty road rom Cairo toMthind City, two
mulct from Culm, on the Win day ol An
I'ltst, a younur ca'l an i red cow ; Masc face;
iimlcr hit In right tin half Mope on" tip of
lilt c.r. Tho owner can hac them liy
calling ail p Itig charges.
It.iw;t Mt'Niior. Kdwaiii".
rase Hull ri:t'ry llcurlplloit
I'll 1 1, II.. SALT-.
'I'd I lie I'lllic us (if 'nlrn.
I would Inform my many friend, that 1
m still in the auction Imtlnu", ami ready
to attend to all f.tles that may oiler. My
ton,; experience In thl business nod no
omtnent-i U no experiment on my part,
anil parties jitrulltiy goods to inj vte
need not lie afialn. a I hiii no "iiill'' or
iKViic in th- huelne-i".
i-jK cl .1 attention slw-n to rcalustite nil
itil-conr sale-, a I hue never mls-ed mak
trg a raK I) Hautji IN, Auctioneer.
Corn r Sixth streit ami Commercial A v.
lit Lull Is Hit.
Nil. I I.Hiimtry.
It i' now conceded that Mr?. Coleman,
the 1 uii'liu", .Si . II Fourth street, bc
tweeii nlnnt )n .V C 'in nercl il avenue,
liiiiK'o the l A 10 ililotfil laundry i
tal!.hm i.U n the city, smI I imllonli of
totl and hoarding houw.' .III llnd It to
their -.dvaiituh'e to call upm her
ller i rl. ; arr a lolloni: Hotel and
hoanlins'liuii'v wihlnj. j cent
doen. Koi piece work pr.rio
a- lolloiv; Single ihlit and
ar, 10c. p. r iloirrn t o invk !x; two
Tf, '' i v ' lnndUerelii"'!', &c; vct
ml (.'ntl'-meti'' wiar, jOc.
1 .1. I.-idict' Uretr, -j to
t .rtll (J -'', drawer HI to l!ie;
air li'c :; two eollr to K'o. Kor la-'.e-'
plain tlotliM t ifl 1" r dozen; lor la
Hcilln i lothea, SI 25 ptr doen; done
Iran'ptly, and promptli dellicrcd. Ta
tr nn.-e sollclti J S-3MIH
'Itii pound letter luwl-, lurac Ijm.', C nr
IMi p ipi t, nited two rout lil'.'lur tlniii
miy other paper uil in Culro for prlnt
iu letter IiimkU ordinan coiupoltion
i.nly d W pot tliotiiiiiiil at tin- IJri.uniN
I'll I iiri-tii' AiihtIch.
At tlic III i.u.i ix biiul"iy IS iiumlKTs.
bound Iti twii volntnp.4, lull IIt mor
foero; f o-t $11; lor . nlo nt $ l.
(o lii I.iiiiIh tlfrlHTl'i. Iir I'l !.:
A Vine Mock.
W'm. I'.hlcr dC'iro to Inform his pill
ions and the putlle generally, that he h
now on Imul a larze MocKM rrenoh and
(lennan Calf, Kip and M toco, and li pre
pared to manufacture, for store r.nd olllce
wear, the imeit of Moro.-co or Call Skin
.Shoe or lloit-; and for farmeri', draymen
and nut do r wear Kcner.illy, lii Krencli
Kip ftandt above anythlni; eieroilcred In
ttiinnarliet. Ill" l.tiMs aiu of Hie lutot
htjlei uu I he can guarantee n lit and sitis-
laetlou to all liis pilroin. . na-tl
do to Onirics Sclioeiinu-ycr's for fre.-li
fXrf Frcli iimlcool I'llM'tieroverydny
id Charles .Schrtciiini'VcrV.
IMI.SIJXKJJ nt I
JUT l'iltener-liuer at dtoryo l.'altner'i
Suioou, on Uommsrcial avenue, hetweon
l'llth and SlMh'streels.
A illvcr nlated No. V WISou hliuttlo Sow-
In" Mai'liliii), haul (piano) llnl'li. valued at
O.S.Y Will liii Mililat SiU Ulseoiuit, on u'ood
terms tuid oi'deud dueelliom ihu lactoiy.
Coloicd and uwititod MapH of the city of
Culto at ?2 50 cneli, ilia" price).
A No. U WIIjuii Shuttle Hewlnu' Machino
valued ut 75 Will bu sold at $lo illtcoutlt
Htul ordered direct Ik m the Inciory.
A iOO llemlui'ton Bewiii; Machiue-$:!0
off lor tah. Suitable for tailor or boot ami
I'D It SAlj;.
At a bargain, and on good term, a Howe
aewiiiL- Micnum. .nay oe cen ut t io Com
pany's oillce, corner "Ninth utrect nd Com
"l'lclllivsiiuo Ameriui" is nunihors
bound in 2 volumos full Ml Morocco ;
A styl" "H," "cIoukIi, Warren to Co."
i'arlor Organ, I'lKlit from thu factory nt U"
trott. I.lt prleo, raoo. Will bo told for
A uow two-linr&o Oamblo wagon.
For any of tho above articles, apply at
UlO BVMJCTIN OlllCC. . K. A. llUUNBTT.
ItATKH Of AttVr.RIIMI.N'd.
A1I IjIIIh fur ii'licrtlilnif, are due and pay
able IN ADVA.NCK
Transient advci Using will Ihi Inserted ntlli
rale of 11 to er Drpiarc Tor the nrat lii'crllon
nnd "K.oiiU fur each tub pipient one. A liberal
discount will hemvle on l.inOlnK ninl di'jiUy
l)cnl notion. binhiM or ollicrwlpe, i.lllle
eluirgiil len rrnti per line for the lint nnd 111 e
wiln for each o-Mlllnmd IimtIIqii, counting
lite lluo and uiiiranl): a dbcniint will 1 made
niter third Itmrtloii.
Cliureli, foclrly, Kollint and .Supper notlcc.1
will only be Intrrtcd na advert I cmcnta.
Kor liiAcillii' funeral notice l to. Notice of
meeting of coclelhm vr secret onler f" ecntt fur
No aitiirli'tnif nt will lie rcrclieil nt 1cm than
WKDNKSDA V, SIJPTKMHKU 1.'., 1875.
I.orul IVritllier Itriiiirt.
Caiiio, III., ftpt. ll,lt!7J.
llAII. TllR. I Wl.NIl. I VEL. I W-ATII-H
3 p in.
THOMArt JONKrj, Sirijt. S. .S., C. 3. A.
A newllowu nml .Singer suwlii"; ma
blue. Kiuiuln; nt thu liiillttln oflUo.
V.. A. llt iiXi:iT.
To I'.iirn Their Ilrenil.
lallnr (Jlnncy ti lls us Hint Iio has tlircc
tiK'ii In the alaboo'i'.u'lioiii In- will set to
work llils morning nt icvrti oVlock to
earn I heir lircnil liv laboniiL' on the
Mr. IVtcr Nell InfoniiE it that It Is
likely ho will lwin the erection of hi
now brick bnilulii''. mar tlic ronierof
Mllith Mreet nml CotniiR'n.dnl nvi inu.'.
on i:h,'htli, the latter jiart of this week.
I'llllioo ill HT..
niunber of kooiI P(.'Coml-liaii(l piano?
for sale at Jtobblns' Millie Itaaar. I'rlces
from $7. to SI50, on en.y tnyments.
"nil nt once. ti-rj-2t.
'riti-llnir the HI reel.
The Cairo A; Vlnceniits railroad com
pany comuieiiceil ri'iialrln-; Coniinerclal
aveiiiieyiMti-nliiy by plaeiii'Mn thu nel"li-
borliood of 'i'wentlulli street two ir
loaiN ornivfI. wliieb they broii'diU'roni
Tim rirst Trial.
J'liu Cairo Uoillii: As-oeiatlon "live
their new boat a trial last ni-:lit. and a
nutiiberorthe lady and ,'eutleineii friends
of Hie oar-men eoiiivated on the deck
of the steamer I'ekett to wltncsf their
lli--tcHi)rt ut -Itltlllljr.
A younioloriHl irl, to fill tbepoMtlon
of "-ccoml ylrl" In a iirivate latnlly. lln
iiulrcnt the residence of M. 11. ilarrell.
Hie Tirol Arrlal.
The first naine reglkterexl at the St.
Churles hotel yesterday uioruiu was
that of a yotuifr L-ciitlcmaii named
leoruc Chester Howe, who made liU nj-
pearjiiee at lorty-llve minutes after two
o'clock in the niuruiii''. He is thu eldet
on of Mr. Charles M. and Mrs. l'urenle
Howe, of thU city, and lie weiifli about
In I'm utile Aulii.
lack I!o;, the man who was tried al
the la-t term nf the Alexander county
ireult court lor killing a iiero woman
In IhW city hut winter, has ot into trou
ble ajraln. A tltrht occurred in Unmade
dav before ye-terday, In v hlch Ho- had
a baud, nnd struck a man, whose name
ha -llpiH-il our ineinory, with a pair of
bnis knui'kle, breaking hN Jaw bone.
I.ol li, llliieli I, Ohio I.eiee.
lielweeii Eighth and Tenth street.-,
Friday, October Nt. 1S75, at 10 a. m.
P-I.VJ w iliCixu. ,
In till- city la-t Sunday evening, of
eongeithe chill, Adallue Maylleld, Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. .1. CundllV.
It was but two mouths old. The funeral
services were attended Monday afternoon
by Elder Mnybe, and the remains taken
to Villla HUlge for Interment. The
parents have the s-yinputhy of all who
Health Ollleer Itrowii, who has done
his work faithfully, since the beginning
of the heated term, has been detailed by
Mayor Y inter to act as policeman tor
half the night, and look after the health
of the. elty half of each day. This change
has been occaMoncd by thu sickness of
Sargcnut Woolen niidOIUcerSnrKout. who
have both been attacked with billon
Mr. .1. H. Heed, the hard ware man of
Hits city, Is very sick with tho bilious
Miss Ida lliirrell was uuablu to take
charge ot her school yesterday morning,
having been attacked with the nguu on
Mrs. W. II. MorrU, who has been tor
the past two mouths visiting relatives in
Sheboygan, Wisconsin, returned homo
About live o'ebek yesterday afternoon,
two negro men named Jenkins, alias
"Charleston," and Ed ward Drown, had u
dispute about a woman, when the eon
veieatlon became so heated and mixed
up that they decided to settlu thoHUair
by lighting it out. They went to work
! in prize lighting style, and had battered
each other about tor souiu ten minutes
when Luyor Winter appeared on tho
scenu niui arrested both. They were
marched up to Judge Dlrd's ofllce, where
they were lined five dollars 'and costs
each, which thuv paid and were discharged.
l'lder S. i:. Miibey will preach to-nlht
tit the Christian Church nt 7J o'clock.
The public are Invited to attend.
1'rcneitlntion of Color.
A pleasant sail on thu boaom of thu
Ohio was enjoyed yesterday afternoon In
thu hitherto tiunauicd will boat, by n
party of a dozen ladles and gentlemen.
.Shortly after leaving the whaif, Col.
Itearden, in behalf of the ladles of the
party,,in u neat speech presented the boat
with a set of beautiful silk colors. Capt.
Frank Howe replied in u happy manner.
The colors were then flung to tho breeze,
nnd the boat named alter the mythical
waternymph, "Andromeda." The hours
pased pleasantly away until the gather
ing shades and falling breeze admonished
the parly to return to the shoro
Tlic t'ounly'i i:ieniiei,
The following Is a llt of the expendi
tures nf Alexander county for the fiscal
year beginning .September Ut, 1871, and
ending .September 1ft, IS".":
Kxpemled on account of bal-
F..eudcd on account of Jurors
Kxpemled on account of crimi
nals, lull and Jailor
Exiicmfcd on account of conn-
ty olllcers, salatles and fees..
I'xpemled on account of books,
stationery nnd printing
Expended on account ol pati-
lH.'rs,;limatk'S titid coroner's
Kxi)enilcd on account of elec
tions Kxpemled on account of roads
Expended on account of llglit.
Kxpendcd on account of Jani
tors .Miscellaneous cxjenditiire:
r,:i 7 05
7,1 1 a !u
A drayman, Tom l.eary, met witli a
scrlouo accident yesterday while driving
hi' dray up the levee slope from the up
per stage on Halllday it I'hllllpi' large
wharf-boat. The levee slope In front of
this wharf-boat is In a shamefully neg
lected condition. f-Ipnge irom the Inside
lias muted the rock surface
to sink a way, leaving sloppy
holes that pedestrians nearly
fcwamp in some times, and where
drays cut deep ruts, and frcfjucntly stall
or break down. One of these is located
at the tipper statrc mentioned above, and
cannot be avoided w hen going to or from
it. Leary was hauling three heavy bales
of guntile sacks, and was walking and
driving his mule, when his foot slipped
in the muddy gravel, and before he could
regain hi? feet, thu struggling mule had
pulled one wheel of the dray over his
leg, brcaklug both bones above the an
kle. 'I he Tit) lor l.llernrj' Korlet.v Killer
Inliiiiieul. One week from next Friday night, the
Taylor Literary .Society will give tin en
tertainment at the Athenciiui, witli a
view of rahlng money to purcha-c a
library. The performance w ill be varied
in its character, nnd will, tho member
of the society are preemptions enough
to Im-Uc vc, be ibe be.-t amateur perform
ance seen In Ctdro for lnimy u day.
Among the gentlemen who will take
part in thu performance arc a number
who have gained considerable notority,
a actors, among the jieople of Cairo,
and who have selected roles
that they deem best suited to their
genius. Four gentlemen singers, who
stand nt the head of the musical profes
sion in Cairo, will compose the quartette,
nnd will render the latest and nio-l pop
ular songs ot tlie day. Mr. Ed. Wlttlg,
as-i-ted by four other llrst-clas musi
cian, will compose the orchestra. Mr.
Wittig tiui had in hand for several weeks
the music selected by the society, and
will by the time ot the performance, have
tlic band completely drilled in It. The
members of the society have spent much
lime in rehearilng for the event. They
nre deeply interested in Hie success of
their undertaking that of obtaining n
library and will, with the aid of the peo
ple ot the city, achieve their purpose.
Thu object Is certainly a very good one,
and should be encouraged, lleslde this.
the performance will bo tirst-cln, nnd
will be worth the price of admls-lon to
Neptenilier Term. IH7.V Hon. II. J.
The motion made by Win. It.
bert to quash the Indictment In the
of the People vs. Mollle Clarke,
In the eae of the People vs. David
llultz, an affidavit was made by tho
defendant for a continuance, which was
Mollle Clarke plead "not guilty" to
the Indictment which charged her with
Upon motion, tho plea of "not
guilty" in the case of the People vs.
llultz, was set asldu and a motion to
quash entered by Mr. J. II. Mulkey, hl3
Of the thirty Indictments returned
on Monday, one was against James
Drown, for an assault upon Eliza Drown,
his wife, with intent to kill.
Joseph Drown, a boy of seventeen
years of age, is now confined in thu conn
ty Jail upon the charge of larceny. He
was arrested Monday. The larceny eon
shied in stealing u large quantity of rope,
tlio qualified property ot Samuel Ore.
The ease of the People vs. Henrietta
Dradiey was tiled before a Jury yester
day; but when the State's attorney
placed tho prosecuting witness on thu
stand she said her name was Louisa Pc
tried, when she was named in thu Indict-
incut as Louisa I'ettit. As she could not
testify, lielng wrongly uamed, tho ea-e
slopped with n verdict for thu defendant.
The verdict could not, If she had been
convicted, been any more than an assault
to do bodily Injury, and as there was
much prejudice in thu case thu present
vcrulct is, upon thu wliolc.tho best.
Theron Gibson, indicted for the lar
ceny ot h steer, plead 'not guilty." The
fiiilmnf belonged to a mnn nnmrtl Pnrrott,
nnd was tolen last August.
The prayer of tho petition filed in
the ca.u of Mary' N Mayo vs. H. Ntaato
Taylor and Edwin Parson, by H. S. Tay
lor, for a traii'fcr of tho ca.u from the
Statu Court to tho Circuit Court ol the
Pulled States, was granted. There was
In this ease a question concerning the In
terpretation of a statute of Congress
nnd thu Judge crossed swords with Judge
Iminiuiond ns to the meaning of the act,
nnd gave the statute a bearing which was
in direct contravention to that given to
It by the Judge of the Circuit Court of
the I'nlted States, hut granted thu prayer
of thu petition upon other ground than
that urged with the authority ol Judgo
Drnmtnond as n Iki'I".
The city council met Ian night.
There are thirty prl'oners in
county Jail, awaiting tilnl.
Tho police force has been cut down
considerably by chills and feyer.
The knights Templar hay not yet
set the time for their excursion.
The principal occupation of the boys
at present Is paw-pawing.
The Taylor Literary Society will
hold Its regular weekly meeting to-night.
Xcw sidewalks, ot brick are being
laid In nearly every part of the city.
The grand Jury Is a full of business
us ever, and a reign of iinea-ine.-s prevails
among many of our people.
The Knights nt Pythias will decide
on Friday night, when tlic cxritrilon to
be given by them will take place,
The streets are fearfully dusty, nnd
the entire population I offering up pray
er for rain.
The police courts were devoid of any
interest yesterdayf a they have been for
many days pal.
The public schools arc now all large
ly attended, and are In good running
order for the full and winter term.
The Comet and Atlantic base ball
kclubs will play a match game on Friday
The Cairo & Vineeiines railroad
company lias begun graveling Commer
cial avenue near Twentieth street.
Mr. C. II. Woodward now congratu
lates hiin-elf upon being tlic owner of
one ot the finest hoisCs in Cairo.
A "lair dance"' will be given in
Jonesboro on Friday night, which
will wind up the Union county fair, now
in progress In that village.
Thu minstrel entertnlniuent lo be
given by the "Taylor Literary Socelty,"
will take place at thu Atlieneiim one week
from next Friday night.
"Have they got one again-t me:"' Is
now tlie question a-ked in an undertone
of the wise ones who frequent the court
We nre now the po-.cssor of a copy
of theXew York Morning 1'ott. published
In thu city of Xew York over nluetv-two
Thomas Leary, for tho pat live-
years an employe of Mntbuss A Uhl, com
mission merchants, find hi Je-r broken
yesterday by being run over by a dniy.
1 Here is iul little bit-mess transacted
nt present hi Judge Dross' police court,
the time of Ills Honor being mostly taken
up at the court bouse.
On tlie twenty-third lii'tant, twenty
young men of this city will leave for
Memphis, where they have been e:t
gaged by a large cotton linn ol that city
to work in a cotton gin.
We are informed by Judge Dhil that
lllsliop Way man, of Daltlmore, will
preach the dedication sermon of the Af
rican Methodist Episcopal church, next
Sunday alternoon, at precisely three
The Liberal l'ellgiou- Association is
extending invitations to tlie prominent
men and women of this city to lecture
before the association during the coining
winter, the subjects to be optional with
A new plank sidewalk i being put
down in front of tlie lilankenburg prop
erty, comer " ashington avenue and
Fourteenth street. A now walk is belli'-
laid al-o at the corner of Twelfth nnd
We are Informed by reliable author
ity that five Indictments have been found
ngaln-t parties in this city bv the grand
jury for perjury, and that It is very likely
as many more will be returned before
that body has been disbanded.
During tlie dedication of thu African
Methodist Episcopal church ol thl- city,
which takes place next Sunday afternoon,
one sidu of the church will be reserved
for tho accommodation of white visitor.-,
who may wish to witness tlie ceremony.
All are cordially Invited.
Tlie new driving track now being
built by .Mr. Doss, the coal dealer of this
city, near the county poor farm, will bo
completed and ready for use tho latter
part of this week. The track no doubt
will be well patroni.ed by our people, and
wo hope Mr. Doss will realize a suitable
profit from the enterprise.
There Is something fascinating hi
lawsuits to colored people at least this
Is what we would Infer from the regular
ity with which they nppear In thu scats
of tho court room tit the opening of court
pacli morning. Especially lias the prompt
ness of ono negro woman been notice
able, who is said, by those who have been
connected with thocotut for years past,
to have attended evei v session of the cir
cuit court, without missing a single day,
for the lasl four years.
Vooil, SI per cord SO cents oil" for
cash. Dig Muddy coal by the car load f 3
per ton. All goods delivered.
I. W. Wiiinixu it Co.
Oi'i icn axii Vaiiii. lei.tli street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
100 barrels of lime, best iiuallty. for sale
nt low-down Hgiifes at Jug. D. phillls &
Jf5y PilecnerDeer fresh and cool, tho
llnest beer ever drunk, at Chilis. Sehoen
meyer's, eonier Tenth street and Vosh-
This Is n new stylo of plccure now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, the artist,
of this city. These pictures are creating
much Interest in all tho principal Eastern
nnd Western cities', being altogether new.
They tiro unlike photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
entire surface, soil in tone, hut dlslinct in
tlic lights and shades. No one who sees
them falts toadmiru them, or to give the
artlt an order. We have been shown n
number of pictures of well-known ladies
nnd gentlemen of the city, nnd have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wo would therefore ndvle nil
who take interest in such matters or de
sire pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
his gallery nnd exninlnu hls'work in this
new branch of the shiulow-rnptiirlng art.
Walker, I he Old llellnl.le Sn.
The old and popular saloon keeper,
Harry Walker, w ill take charge of the
well-known Crystal saloon, corner of
Sixth street nnd Coniinerclal avenue, on
Wednesday morning, September l.'lh.
Harry will excel his former ellorts nn
caterer to the public, and expects nil hl
old and new friends to call around and
exnmluu what hu wilt have on hand for
the irood of the Inner man, In the shape
of plain and mixed drinks, etc. All the
ancients and modems know
what elegant and sumptuous lunches
Harry u-ed to set. Well, he proposes to
equal. If not excel, hl former eirorH hi
that line, nnd will spread a fatuous one j
every morning, lie will keep Pilscncr
beer hi the bet ol order cool and fresh.
On Saturday night at 0 o'clock Harry
will regale hi vl-ltors witli "musle by
tlie band," and a lunch that will astonish
fat and lean men In fact all who may
honor hhn with a call. I'ccollect It will
be a lolly alliilr something like old
lluies, a it were. Harry Walker will ex
pert all hands on that corner for some
tune to come, as he Is to be manager of
I.milt Herbert lint I-II.SKNKIt.
'lly .Mnrtlitirn .Vollee.
Xotlce Is hereby given that stock pro
hibited by tlic ordinances from running
at large within tiiu city limits, must be
put up at once. The subsidence of the
waters that lately Incommoded citizens
living in certain localities, removes nil
excuse for longer disregard of tlie stock
ordinance, and failure to comply with
this notice will be followed by a rigid
enforcement of thu ordinances in such
eases made and provided.
Xotlce is also hereby given, that all ob
struction of the street of the city must
be promptly removed by the citizens who
have created thu same. On some streets
plies of lire wood were made during thu
nruvalancc of water hi the low places of
the city, and nre still maintained. These
must be removed without delay. All
parties failing to observe and net upon
tills notice will bu proceeded ngaln-t un
der thu ordinances.
JJy order of the Mayor.
C.uito, Ir.t., .September 10, lS7."i.
Jon.v II. Goi.i.v,
Acting City .Marshal!
I'orl 1. 1st.
Steamer .Hut Fl-k, Padueah.
" City ot Chester, St. l.oul--.
Capitol City. Vleksliurg.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Padueab.
Capitol City. Sr. Louis.
City of Chester, Memphis,
IlIVKIt AX I) WIUTllKIl.
The liver last evening was 10 feet
t l-."ilnehc on the gauge, having ilsen
12 .'I-.' Inches during the prevlou- "J I
The weather became clear and hot
yesterday afternoon, while tlie air lu tlie
shade continue? quite chilly. It Is lust
the kind of weatlicr for the ague, and a
great many of our eiliens appear to be
taking advantage of It.
Tlie tow-boat Jno. W. liarrett has
been niUeil and taken to Mn llson for re
pair. - The Pat Cleburne Is laid up at Mound
City, nnd the Idiewild will lay up at Pa
dueah. Capt. Dcriiard, of St. Louis, was hi
the city yesterday, and will attend the
-Capt. Hawthorne and Engineer Sam.
Dorniaii of (lie AJax, lelt for Louisville
Tho Louisville and Henderson packet
Tarascon snagged and sunk at West
Point Sunday night. Her passengers
were unhurt and her freight saved.
Tho Grand Lake No, 'J had her fuel
barge and one freight barge below the
bar at Osceola when the Capitol City
came by, and was working at the other
Tlie Dlue Lodge, we are told, Is
up at some point on the Ohio, and
crew an; all down with fever. -Mr.
Caninbell. who went as steward ou
from this port, has returned home.
Thu Indiana is unloading her cargo
at Chicot City, where she is hard
aground. Tho agent of the underwriter:!
at Louisville, has gone to her to look af
ter her cargo, which would seem to hull
cute Hint she bus been leaking.
Thoy have had another wreck on
Lake Michigan. Tills time tho steam
barge Mcudota, having the barge -Morning
Star hi tow, foundered and sunk and
thirteen persons were drowned. Thu
Morning Star mid the life boat containing
a number of people were saved.
Well, tho hoys launched thu "Peer
less" last evening in tiiu presence of a
large concourse of people, mid took a
short pull In the harbor. Thu crew, with
their blue and white uniforms', looked
snlendidlv. but their rowlnit. was. of
course, rather poor as they have never
practiced together. Thoy with mako
line orsuien by and by.
Tho cards that were distributed
nmon the 'pcclnlly invited, announcing
thu launching of tlielx-oaredboat,,Pccr-less,"
which was built for the benefit of
Cairo society, were very simple and licit,
and of thu following form :
Of the slx-oaied boat
This day B o'clock p. in., foot of fcith St.
c. n. a.
Cairo, Sept. 1 1, 187.i.
Capt. Irvln Dugan says the letters C.
D. A. meant come by nil menus.
tllVEP Itri'nnT ,
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FT. IK. FT. IN.
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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
cvcral good Farni" and n,0X) acres ol
unimproved I ami In Alexander :oui ly.
"Winter's lllock" and ' Winter's Kv.'
A Urc number ol desirable, d-sldencis,
nut cviollcnt vacant l.ot-, suitable Tor
bii-tnesi bnii'cs and residences.
House on Nineteenth -trret, fori?.'i0, with
privilege of loi'e.
Winter'n lllock yulttble for Hotel
ce or Huslncs) room cheap.
Tenement numbered I, 7, nml !), In
Wlntct'j How, .' tnn each, for sto rcr
No. to, uirnen SI2 TO 7 room.
Tnat ilel able double Cottaso on corner
of Thl teenth and Waddngton.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, tictwei ii Tenth and Eleventh str. cl,
suitable for Dwehln; and Utilities".
Two hoit'e on Commercial, below Sixth
slrcct, suitable for Uulncs9 Houses and
Two sin ill House west of Twenty-second
street, near Pino, SI each per month.
Dwelling tiouso on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
HihIiicm houso on l.cvcc, near
street, for .-sjn per month.
FOIt LEASE, OK SAf.K.
A number of Lots on Luvce, aboro
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Al-o
a large number of other Lots In different
Land, lu tracts to sul',nearCaiio.
A cook man preferred.
Apply at the
IllC! INDUCEMENTS OFFEDED
IN CICAKS AND TODACCO, AT
COWPEItTIIWAIT A PHILLIPS'.
"Tll'iner I'eer at George Latlucr's
Saloon, ou Coniinerclal avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets. U-S-tt
Heady printed packages of wash lists-
enough in each book to last two years,
for iO cent.- each at the Dilli:ti.v OHco
for tho next two days.
J3"l'il"euer Doer at Uoor'o Lattner's
aloou, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and sixth streets.
Kierybody to knov. that tho place to get
A moolh shai e,
A jro d shanii'ou,
A farblonablo hair-ell'.
Or -.injtli'iv la thai line,
Is at tho UliAXII (J KM UAL llAUlll'.li
-1 lo i", corner Eighth and Commercial.
US-tf J. OlIOIKIK SlKIXIIOt'SK.
Call a. the Excelsior Saloon, on Commer
cial avenue, between Filth and Sixth
itreets, for 1'lNouer Heer, Swltzcr chcec,
Holland Herring, Ve.
!) S-rit CiKOiniK Latt.nkii, Prop'r,
STl'lUcner Deer nt George Lattner's
Saloon, on Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
low iIomii liKiircH. nl J. II.
I'll 11. 1. IH A- MON'N.
50,000 envelopes, all grades and prices,
Just received at tho Di'i.i.inix iob oillce.
i3rXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes nt the Di'M.r.Tix olllec, printed,
$3 "0 and SI 00 per M.
tiSfXX Wooddtoek envelopes at tho
Dui.li-.tix oillce. ;?:i 00 per M.
For three days, lime at low price, lu
barrels, by Jno. D. Phillls it Sou.
Lime at lowest prices' at Jno. It. Phillls
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tho ef
fect of Ertors and Abuses lu curly life.
Manhood ruitorod. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. Now method of treat
m ut. Xcw and remurkablo rcniedtoa.
Dooks and Circulars scut free, In sealed en
velopes. Address Howard Association,
HO X. NlutU Ht Plilladoltilii, Pa. -nu lu-tl-Union
hallux' a higlneputa'on for honor
able conduct nml professional skill.
Corrected Dally by K. M Stearns, coiiiinlsalou
niercliaiit, ,'sicietary of the Cairo Itwiid oi
flour, uccinilliii,- In Kl'ule.
fa ne!j7 .v
VAJIH, .M.., - I.MII
Corn, white, eai'Wcd.,
Until, per ion
' nutiVr, choice .Northern....
, I'uttcr.choiwi.outberii III
...' iiVia eo
,.. 3 oo
i,..ii.. mr dozen
A miles, coBimou, wr barrvl
Uni ana wr barrel -
SIXTH STREfET, Between OHIO
JjEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture his own 2tora Shoes and
can Aanuro Good Work.
Mme. S. A. &T Johnson
Wi ll to Inform the riIe Hint the lnt. ,,,t
licre wllti tin
Elegofil Assortment & Em&&&ir.
Will mini niidwcrtl. ou r all old liatr In Hi,.
newest nnd mo't fii-lilumilipftk Ksili- arc
Invited to call early, a nnrxtn.v I limll.il. nnd
c air irlllii
At mo very iiowcst Prices.
Hftvlnir nriinlll nirltnl Cni I nml..
I'nri.'. We can coiillilentlt- trlvn rmi tli Ihimi
tyles hi 1 1 cry vnrMy orliafr ilrc-slnj;.
Storo on Eluhth Street, Near tho Bank.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botween Walilntctor and Commercial
Avouuna, aojoimnit Hanny
KhKl'S for sale the best lli-cf, fork, Miitton
Vcid, Ijunti. SnlisaRe, Ac., and Is pre
tmred u i rve r.ilnlllra In nn nccctitable manner
The llmU-mlsr.M li!i tlin Dlraxnre rif annnnniv.
IiiS to the citizens of lailm ami the MirrouiuUnj
country Hint lie lias establi'liid n
forllic -iileuf.Joieili sclinalilcr's celebrated
ST. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
and nn shortest iiotii-e bur will be dcliurcd
colduml unity Inrtaii
ion mi;im.iim ir.SLll, Agent,
lk-p-it under I'lauurV lluiirv.
'A Iteposllory ol I'iihIiIoh,
It 'hut ratal.
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