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A90AI.ON I.OUUr., NO. M.
Knltdit ol l'yllilai, mills every Fri
day night nt liuir-mt neien, In Odd
1'cllowa' Hull .INO, II. UofKMA.1,
AI.KXAMIKK LOIHJK, NO '.Ml.
In,!.-.......!..,-, flnlfp nr llilil-Kf-W
I? lo, inieu uwry Thursday nklil
' ut linir-iHiHt m-tin. In llicir Imll on
Commercial uveinie, between sixth ani sitmtli
meets. T .1. Ivli.tii N.U.
UlltO KXUAMl'MKNT, 1. O. O. Y.. inula
Oln Odd-Fellows Hull on the llrst mill third
t m-fli la In every montlii l half-piud ii:hii.
.ISO II OlIKHLV, V. 1.
A OAIIIOI.OIH).:. NO.!H7,A.r A A M
Hold nvulur coiiiiiiuniaitli'n In Ma
st tiil., llfill. riirtiur (VilutnlTi'lill nvenilf
'r 'ninl KIkIiIIi street, on lli: nerond uml
"hnrtli Monday of rach month.
Till Is a new style of ple.ure now be-
Injf produced hy Win. Winter, tlio artlt,
ol tills city. Tliwu picture am creating
much Interest In all the principal ha'tcrn
ami Western ultlviOielu": nllojietlier new
Tliey arc tinllku pliotographu, bclnj
inifM il and beautifully enameled over the
entire surface, mti in tone, but illHlnet in
the light and flnido. No one who etxs
them fulls to admire thcin, or to give the
artist an order. We have been fhown n
number ol' picture of well-known ladles
and guitlenieii of the rlty, and have no
huollation In prouoiiiKlng them perfectly
xplendld. We would thiTetore suh Im all
who take Intcrct in t-ueli mutter or de
sire picture, toeall upon Mr. Winter at
hi gallery anil examine hU woik In this
new branch of th" "hiulow-enpturlng art.
I.oiiIh Herbert Into IM l-SiIM'.H.
A R ro Climice.
Tlia Western Tenni's-ee Agricultural
and Mechanical Association, of .Inekson,
Tennefee.will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 2fithto.".0ihofOiitoter.
IiicIupIvo, lSTi;. at which time there will
be dully. a!e of Mock, agricultural im
plement, etc.. making It one ot the ino-t
Important iiieeliug ever held in the State.
ISring your -lock and Implement-.
J.so. V. ICiimi, I'lOldellt.
Tno. Cmiik. .Secp'iary.
.very od to kuov that tins place to frct
A iuo.ilh shi. e,
A i,id hum do.
A falil-n.iMe luilr-ou'.
Or aiiydi utr i ih.it line,
1 ni tlio uit.isD O Tit vi. U.utnr.r.
Sill I', co. tier I t tn noil Coiiiia rcial.
UK-tf .1. iKllH(IK -sTKINIlOl'.sK.
iwi.m:m:ii at l.oul ll. rh. rr-.
hrjf Hr. Sheriieiu, tin- gieat Sx'clal
Ut..7Ki North lili 'Heel, hai gniiicd it 1 1
envl.ibh; reputallou In the -peedy uiauuer
in which lie treat" all chronic ilhe-i'C-.
See adverllM'inent for hi great Syphllltle
Kradlcaior, Indor-cd by the medical fa
culty every win re. -l?-lyr.
.Not lie of Id uiiital
. . Koeii ha-t removed hU boot and
Mine. hop from the old -tund to his
new hilck liulldlug (one block below).
No. W (.'ouimerci.il avenue, between
FIHh and Sixth street-. wlien he will
ketp the best home made and St. I.oui
custom made bools and rhoe-. made of
tlie best material ; good workmanship
and In the latent styles. All order?
promptly attended to. O-i'Ml.
IMI.sIINEK at Louis Herbert's.
To tlie CIlUciis of I'ltlru.
I would luiorm tn mny irieml. that I
am Mill in the ttiUlon Im-lli- 5-, mul rend,
to intend to all tales that iikiv ctler. M)
lon fXpetleiice III lliU liU-moi le cU eu
ciumiH'tit- i U no i xpi rime-i -.u my pun,
.nid ii.irllt'h tntn tln t-'imiU ti in c i
iieeilno bt-aiinlu a-. lain no "'inlb" t r
no hi- in tli bunhic.
.Sp ci 1 uticmluii (, I veil tu real ct ite Til
oui-ounr mlu-, an I b ie never lals'je'i uiak-ILX-al?.
I) llA'.T.M N, Ailutinnc- r.
Corner ixtlirtrect and Coimm-relnl Av
Itcaily printed packages of ivali llts
enough in each book to la.t two yciir.
for 0 centis eaeli at ihe Hri.Livri.v Olllce
lor i lie next tw o days.
-lll.Si:.M:it..iit Limit Her.
A X. 1 I.niuulry .
It l now conci tied tliat Mr. Coleniati,
tlio lMimliCt-, .m . U Kourtli tlreet, lie
twuen iihln jt n .t 0 'iiMicrcl d avenue,
h niniool t'ni b -I eo dlluteil l.illuilry
tatilliui nt- n tliu city, and Unillordti ot
hotel- ami lioardiug iioues .ill tin it it to
their r.ilvant iku to cull upon her.
Her irletB are us lollows: lli.til and
jouroini;-liouc wuslilii, T.i cenu
dozen. Foi piece work prices
aii lollow-: MiikIo i-lilrt and
lir, lflc; p.-r dozen S ej fock- fte; two
lar, ftc; tw hxnilUerelilets, fie vet
and all pintlemcn's wear. 80c
doen. Ludlee' drenier, i!' to
klrt-in t'i 20i'5 dr.iwT m to Ifie;
ialr lii'fC ficj two eoUurn fi to V c, Koi In
dies' plain clothe $1 on p r doen; lor lu
dic lino eiotln jt 2 per dozen; done
ilrsniptly, and promptly delivered. IV
tronL'o Holleltcd y-W-lin
A Mlver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Hewing Machine, hard (piano) lluHi,
valued at SS5. Will bo sold at S20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from tlio factory.
Colored anil mounted Mans ot the
city of Cairo at S3 00 each (hall price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sowing M.
chine valued at S75. Will bo sold nt SIC
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Remington Sewing Machine
s;ju on lor cio-n. SMiitatnu ior lauor or
boot and hlioe mauufneluier.
'l'icturcsfpin Auicnca" is numuer.'i
bound in '2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
A htyle "K." "Olougli. Wtirren &
Co.V 1'iiilnr Organ, right from thu fac
tory at Detroit. List price, 300. Will
be sold for $200.
A new two-bonse Gainblu wagon.
For any of the above articles, apply at
ib Bouncr offlw. E. A, Bvaxvtt.
it.vti; oi' .ivi;miinimj.
ff3"All bill liirndmlMnt,', nieilnr unit ny
I 'J'nunlonl aitrriliilnK will U- inuileil ntlh
lato of H W er utiuniu fur tlio lint Iiifrnion
uml C" ccntsi for cncliitk-eiiiriil one. A lllicml
illsconiit will lw made on atumllni; mid display
Iicil notice", liinlnc" or ollierwlf, will lie
clurKcsl lun rciila ie-r IIih- for Ihc llrnt nml live
rent tor uicli aiMltlmiul ItiM-itlon, (eoiinlliiR
llle lliiei uml uivitnl) ( :i discount I I lie made
ullrr Ihlnl liiitirtiini.
Church, -Suclely, Festival mid fiiippfr notices
will only lie linerlcil in ailvertlsi-iiienW
1'or In-iilliirf I'lint nd notice i to Notice of
mwlliih' of nuclei hi or weicl onlers 8w cents for
No ndrcrlUcinent ivlll Ih- rrcclletl nl Iti lliun
SL'NDA V, OCTOI1KU 10, 1670.
I.itenl U'rnlher Report.
Cmiio III., Oct. ti,ts7S.
A N o v vf.n V.ST.
WV nre iillthnriisl In nnlmilni-e JOIIV 1
IIDI.Vm aoimlidiite I'ur (.ounlv 1 n-.ciiirr nt the
eiiMiinx .xnfiiiorr i-ieciliill
A 'ooli VVunleil.
A good cool; wauled Immedlalely at
the lli i.i.r.rix olllce.
Ilulnei wa- brisk yesterday.
(So to Winter'ij tot picture",
cannot he excelled.
.lack Iludgex. of l.nlty. Inn Ids fast
running hoie in this eliv.
The town wa full ol country people
Large toek clothing to be sold out
williout re-eive, atC. llanuvV.
Ureal bargains In bleached and
brow n cotton at Stuart ,fc (JhoUon's.
The city scales, lroin npearance.,
inuit lw doing a thriving buiuc...
Large stuck gents' luriii'hlug oods
at very low price, at C. Hanny-.
A new -Idewaik i-i lieing built at
Mr-. S. I). Ilalllday, ot thU city, w ill
leave to-day for I'omeroy, Ohio.
I lie Alexander Ciuiily Hunk Mill
u lul.-r.-! on it. posit; In Uic .,.
ius ili-tiii rt iii.-ii I.
-Large Mock of cariK'U, oil cloth and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
I'he Cape (ilrardwiu liiir begins on
Tue-tlay, the PJth lii'iant.
Large Mock ladies" fnrni-lilug good
to be Mdd very cheap at C. Ilauny's-.
J be box and bas-kot f.ietorv U lull of
tain 1 o-ter is out and about with hU
numerous Irlend- aiL'ain.
Chat ley Hardy open- his danciiiL'
school at Ivlugc'a hall to-inonow nlirht.
Ila'.o ball to day, r.n Thlrty-Foni th
Large stock dry good-, without re
serve, at vi ry low price, at C. llamo'-.
Gents' fiiruijthlng goods in vnat va-
riciy cheaper than elcwhero at Stuart 4V
Large .tock of woolen goods, Man
nels, liuseys uml sheeting lliiuiieN, verv
cheap, at U. Hanny'.
'1 he it. Louis fair closed yesterday,
tnd tho-e of our people who were in at
tendance are returning home.
Large stock ol domestic print?, min-
Ihis. and ticking'', at low priecs at O.
Devore is at work lowering and re
pairing tlio sidewalk on Twelfth Mrcct
between Commercial avenue and the
The Kev. Mr. Gilbert has been con-
Iliicd to the hoit-e lor tcvcr.il ilny by in
Two nigrj bo.vs hud a big row en
Twentieth -tivct vcsteidny morning, over
a dog light.
UIO INDUCEMENTS OFFKHKD
IN CIUAKS AND TOBACCO, AT
CONTKKi UWAlT X I'UILI.Il'S'.
Yesterday win another .lewlsli In 11-
day, and It was observed by all of that
sect in the city.
Stuart A (Hudson tire showing the
handsomest and largest Mock ot ladles'
and gent' ties: ever shown In thi- city.
Ml-s !.! Steele and .Mrs. W. l
Wright will .ing a duct at the lecture on
Dan I Ian man U expected bade this
week front New York, with a mammoth
stock of ipiceusware.
s-l'roni lite number of cattle brought
to Cairo daily, one would judge that
meat should bo very cheap.
The Key. Jlr. Gillhum will conduct
tin1 service at the Melhndi-t church thl
morning and evening.
The Ilev. .Mr. George will this evert
ing eonuueiieea- the Presbyterian church
t course of lectures on tlio "Lilu of
The large brick building formerly
Used as li.tines hub and poko factory, Is
The next lecture under the auspices
of the Woman's Club and Library Asso
ciation will take place on Tuesday night,
No arrests were made by the poi
force on Friday night, or yesterday, and
Judge 111 fd. therefore, had nothing to do.
Business on thu Illinois Central
railroad U sild to be Improving very
r''ll!williain Winter, artist, is doing u
driving business; but lie Invites inoio.
Ilucan iifcoininodateull who wish pic
Tlio only place) whero you can find
a tine assortment of children's merino
cloaks and bonnets at very low prices, Is
llr.iuuto.v it Wi:u.'.s.
Commercial avenue Is being greatly
improved by tho gravel now being pud
upon It. hut about again us much would
not hurt the stient ilio least.
Uemotnber the grand ball ol the An
cient Order of Hibernians utScliecl's bull
ou tlio 16th lust. A good time may bo
TIJII . Il.lt-.. i'Tiii.. WlNti Vl.l..
T ii.m. l.-.i I W NK i
I " 'li.llf i in 4
.p.m. ani'Ji 7S t'ulin o
feZTTIlK ALEXANDER COUNTY
1IANKL.W1LL I'AY INTEUEST ON
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. -Another little youngster, while play
lug plple-de-pe. near tho lltn.u.TiN olllce
yesterday afternoon, had one of his eyes
nearly gouged out.
Another week for ti present or ten
yards ol calico, to those who buy seven
dollar's worth of dry good at llellbrou &
Judge llross' police court was cloed
yesterday, his honor having gone to i'e
o la to nl tend n meeting ol the grand lodge
of Odd Fellows.
For n nice suit of children and hoys'
clothing at thu lowest rates mid best lit,
goto Hellbron & Weil's, UJiuid 111 Com
On next Tcnsday night .Mrs. Dr.
Smith will lecture bcloru tho Woman's
Club and Library Association, on "An
Hour With thu Poets."
II. Ilium, the grocer at the corner of
Seventh street and Wellington avenue,
is building a brick addition to lii store
A change lu the running time of the
Cairo & St. Louis railroad passenger
trains will take place "onic time this
There will lie the uual services at
the Presbyterian church this morning
and evening, conducted by the Itev. II. Y.
At thu lecture beioro the Woman
Club on Tue'day evening, Mrs. W. P.
Wright, one of Cairo's favorite singer,
will sing "Good Night."
John ho I ice I litis laid a new Moor In
Ids van hall. It Is to he tested by the
AucloulOrdcr of Hibernians on the occa
sion of their ball on the ISth InM.
Stuart & Ghol-on are now showing
the hauil-oiucH ntul tnot extensive line
of Ladles' anil Children's Hose ever
shown in till city. Prices guaranteed
lower than el.-ewhere.
The head of this Institution will leave
this afternoon for Peorl.i, where lie will
sprci'l himself in an iiddre.-s beioro tin
grand lodge of Odd Fellows on Wednes
day. Tlie epizootic has made its appear
at cu lu Cincinnati and Chicago, and will
it Is thought travel through theentiie west
ami south. People In Cairo who own
line horses should be careful of them.
Sure cure lor chill and (ever Take
one lemon and one cup black codec
Get your lemon at Phil. H.Saup's, who
has received the last there was in St.
Louis. - 0-10-Ut
Services at the Episcopal church to
day at 11 o'clock a. in., and Sunday
school at :) p. m. In couepicucu of the
Illness of Hcv. .Mr. Gilbert there will be
no evening service.
Mrs. Goodloc will give another
grand concert at Mound City next week.
These concerts are always well patroni
zed aud deservedly praised ; they arc
Stuart A Gholson arc now .showing1
the most extensive line ol IjI.icI. nicuca,
ca-limcrci-.iirapd'ctcs ever.-lew u in tin-
eity, uml at prices wliieb the.v gtlni.iuU-.
to be ns low .is tKrv;il oy .ii.y house In
Tlie Milton Noble Theatrical troupe,
will perlorm at the Atheiieum on the
JJil and .'3d of tills month. Thi troupe
appeared recently at Qnlncy, Illinois, and
thu papers of that city pronounced it
superior lu every particular.
Gertnantown yarns, zephyrs, em
broidering, silks, canvas, caul-board,
mattres. Ac., in great variety at Stuart &
Gholson's. Wo will receive In a tow
davs the mot elegant assortment ot
these goods ever shown in tills market.
The Joucsboro Gazette say : "Mr.
Mhckey, of the Cairo it St. Louis railroad
Trausier Company, ht. Louis, p.iseu
through town on Ut Thursday on his
way to Cairo. Mr. Mackey will, we tin
del stand. Mart a transfer buslncj in
Cairo. He 1 up to 'biz.' '"
The alarm ot yesterday morning wa
caused by tlie burning of two small trame
houses on Twenty-fourth street, belong
ing to a gentleman named Galvlu. and a
lady named Mrs. McCormlek. The lire
wa llrst discovered in the house of Mr.
A largo party of Cairo folks congre
gated on board the beautiful steamer
Thompson Dean last night, to spend a
few hours in tripping the light lantaMlc.
to tho excellent musle of the Dean's
string baud. Everybody teemed to be
in tlie beat of spirits, aud a jolly good
time was had by all.
The Ancient Order of Hibernians are
making big preparations forthelreoiulng
ball. They propose making it excel any
thing of the kind yet given. They have
secured the services of the Delta String
Band aud an excellent caller whoo music
ami calling will enliven the hearts nt
thoe who choose to be there.
A poor titling shirt is not cheap at
any price. Go to Stuart & Gholson's
and buy one of those celebrated Quaker
City shirts, guaranteed to bu the best
made aud most perfect lilting shirt man-
ufactitrcd. A perfect lit guaranteed or
money refunded. Measures taken and
shirts made to order lu any style
The New Orleans Times, in a recent
Issue, published the following! "W. 11
Ilolluger, Esq., Steamboat Agent, has re
moved his otlleii from No. 128 Gravier
street to No. 11 Commercial Place, in the
same room with the American District
Tho Joucsboro Oa:ciio is accounta
ble for tills: "Chailey Austin, eon
ductor of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad
company passed last Sabbatli lu our city
Ho said he was looking alter blackber
ries, but we suspect It was those hcautl
fill dowers, sweet-Williiiuis."
Mrs. Dr. Smith will deliver a lecture
on "Ati Hour with tho Poets," before
tlio Woman's Library Association,
at the Methodist church on Tuesday
I evening. Mrs. Smith Is ouu of Cairo's
I most Intelligent ladles, and her lecture
will no doubt bo highly Interesting.
-The Liberal HellglouUts liavo again
changed their minds In regurd to tho tho
i tlnw of their noclublo, and hnv coma to
the conclusion to glvo the llrst sociable
of the winter series on next Wednesday
night. An excellent siring baud has
been engaged to furnish music for the oc
casion, and n good tlmu Is looked tor.
Everybody Is Invited toattend.
By special icquesl,thc members of
tlie Cairo Boating Association will re
peat on next Friday night, tho play of
"Caste," for Ihe benefit ot a public II
braty. lu the place of the after play pre
sented by thu Association nt their other
lierforinance, they will this timu put
upon thu hoards the pantomime entitled
"Harlequin Jack n-napes, or the Trials of
Simple bliuoii." The lint enierlalumeul
of the Association was largely attended,
and deservedly praised by all, which 1 a
guarantee that thu coming one will alo
draw out ti large audience.
In Ibis Iue, Mr. John P, llely is an
nounced as a candidate for county treas
urer. We repeat all thu ood word we
published about him yesterday morning.
During the p it half a doen years, Mr.
llely has been surveyor or
Alexander county, and has walked
over It, rode over It, aud waded
over It, and has made not even his salt
by bis labors lu thu olllce. And now he
wants a better olllce V Shall ho have It 'r
This wo can say, that If the people say
"Yes" to this question they will se
cure a competent assessor, an excellent
treasurer and a good fellow
Wluil it l" lie llimr. nnd Who Is In
it ? A fen Wonls to
During tho past few weeks tho Missis--ippl
lias been washing away the base of
ti portion of tlie levee in Unit side of the
city, and has mule ueh progress that
the track of the Cairo aud St. Louis rail
road, on the top of the embankment, is in
danger of falling into (lie current of the
river. Thi danger N o Imminent that
the railroad company has ordered
all its locomotives and cars
north of the endangered place on Its
track, and wdl hereafter not run trains to
tlie depot in the lower part of the city.
Yesterday we vMted the wa-li. and be
came satl-lled that tlie track of thu road
would lie lu tlie river within a day or two
at the farthest.
It Is well known to all our- citizens that,
at this time, we have no need of a levee,
but that we will be greatly In need ot
such an article next Spring Is a fact
no one can deny. L'p to tills
time we hoiel tlie C. & St. L.
I. It. company would do something
to protect its track, but it has neglected
this duty, and tills fact now stare u in
thu lace: We are without a sulllelent
levee at the wa'hed place, and thu break
must be repaired or an Inside levee around
the break must be built. It i true, tlie
government Is about to do work at tills
point that will be a permanent protection
to the. leyce that engineers
have been orderod here to
to make a survey of the liver prepara
tory to the conimi ncemuit of thl work.
Wo are eoullili.-nt Ibis protection will be
given to us by the iveriiiiient ; but wo
lutl-t liavea Kvee to protect. Protecfo
tiy thu government or not, wo must re
pair ihe Injured places In tlie present
levee or build a new levee around those
And here arises the question: Who
shall make the repair.- or build the new
levee: The city cannot, for several
reasons, do either. In thu first place. Ow
elty has already exceeded thu constitu
tions! limit of indebtedness, lias no
money in hand and cannot legally bor
row any. Beside, while tho Trustees
own tlie levees thu city should not be
asked to keep them in repair. So, Ihe
city is out of the way. Thu rail
road company will not and could not if
it would, being impecunious do the
necesary work ; aud it therefore follows,
that either tile Trustee, or tlie people
acting voluntarily as iudividu il, or both
these parties acting together, must do It.
Colonel Taylor, the resideut trustee, litis
not made public the determination of the
Tru-tees and Stockholders ot the Cairo
City Property In reference to this matter,
but we tire satislled he will do all that he
can do to protect tile properly of the
citizens and thu trust. But tlie people
have, as well as thu Tru-tees. much tit
stake, and should get Information In ref
erence to this matter hould ascertain
what I to be done and by whom. We
therefore suggest that u committee ofllie
City Council wait upon Col. Taylor aud
consult with li I in about tlie policy thai
should bu pursued : and that, ifucecary,
the council call a public meeting to take
the levee mutter Into consideration.
LiM of inter remaining uncalled for
In the Post Olllce at Cairo. Alexander
County, Illinois. Saturday. Oct. 3d,
Anderson Emma, Blous Ellon. Bartloy
Sirah. Boutnan Maud. Brown J., Bradley
Cilia. Bude Mary. Botinent Mlnuy. Cot
ton. Phebe. Chambers Eiucllue. Coakley
Nannie, Crawford Ella, Cross Matilda.
Clark Nettie, Dixon Mary, Davis Minnie
E. V., Ettleson Bertha, Flneuan Bridget,
Greeno I. IL, Gibson Lucy,
Gray .Mary, Hamilton Cora,
Hill Minnie, Joluifou Julia Ann, Lamb
Alice N.. McGrayson Lou, Meyer Louisa
A., McCollough Snaii, Muriio Mary,
O'Connor Su-an, O'Connor Julia, Snell
Mary, Tyler Margaret, Taylor Mat tie,
Thomas Lena, Tiucli Rosa, Wiley Char
lotte, Wlssluger Alice, Wallace Martha,
Wright Annie, WIUou Aunle.
Alters J. W., Blum A., Balwin C. It.,
Banes Geo., Bcganson Joseph, Burr J. C,
llrennen Martin, Bates Marshall. Brown
R. IL, Buck Win., Brooks Win., Cald
well Phil., Cavanagh P. J., Coeho Etull,
DyoGco. W., Dowiro Peter, Foster Thos
Oarlack Frank, Green Thomas, Grab tm
W. IL, Gordau Marshall, Illggs C. H.,
Harbour Geo., Hubbard Geo.,' Higglns
John, Hollens John, Harris L., Jackson
Albert, Juuz August, Jones James,
Kules Jacob IL, Llttletleld Solomon,
Mason Elijah, Marvll C.
Obcrtou John, Parish Geo. P.. Pcrrien
W. 1'., Powers Wash, Qtilnti Michael,
Sehoulds Chus., Stonu U. -W Shatter
Frank, Smith Emanuel, Sackendorfl
O., Sainmers Peter, Sim Wes.,
Schmidt Win.. Turner Fred, Temple
John, Trueblond Newton A., Toms
Snmiiel, Whllaker V. J., Winn George.
Williams Ike, Williams Mai, Wood ,. s
WeingerS., Whltaker A. IS. I
Persons calling for tho nbovu letters
will please say "Advertised."
Oko. W. McKkaio, P.M.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Pnducah.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" Atlantic and barge. St. Loul
" Little Englc, Keokuk.
" Belle Memphis, St. Loul.
" City of Clietcr, Memphis.
" B. II. Cooke. Evansville.
.Steamer Jim Flk. Padttcah.
" Arkansas Belle. Evansville.
" George Spangler, Natchez.
' Atlantic and barges. N. O.
" Little Ea,le, Louisville.
Belle Memphis, Memphis.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" B. H.Cooke, Evansville.
ntVF.tt .sn wn.vTiimt.
Tlie Ohio river continue1' filling slow
ly at tills point, but the recent swell In
tlie Cumberland may check It up for a
Ru-hics on the lauding yesterday was
fair mid the packets brought pood trips,
The Cooke had a medium trip.
The Atlantic added about 300 ton
Thu Fish brought 100 ton pig Iron
for St. Louis.
Gorman Miller says hi ague charm Is
Jut the thing he long has sought.
Luke Barnard has been promoted to
llrt clerk of the Anchorite St. Joseph.
The Belle. Mctnphl arrived on time
with a good freight trip and a large list
The scarlty of river news this morn
ing may be attributed to the sickness of
our regular river reporter.
Tlie Little Eaglu goes to Louisville
after a dredge-boat, which sliu w ill take
to Keokuk. Jack Anderson and Barney
Crane tire her pilots.
Tho Thompson Dean's new chimneys
were placed in position yesterday aud
greatly add to Iter appearance. Stiu did
not get away lat evening but leaves to
day with ti good freight trip and some
W.vit Di:r.nrMtsT llivti: lin-our,
Oct ii, ls;j.
low watch. eiiANric.
IT. IX. IT. IS.
10 ti Z ii
S . II
T 1 5
11 - 1 3
I'or llcnl-Nonllirrii Hotel.
This eligibly .-Ituated hotel, on Ohio
Levee, between Sixth and Eighth streets,
will bo rented ou very reasonable terms.
For particulars apply to Li:o Ki.i:n.
A No. 1 New Trading Boat ; counters
and shelving all complete; 00 feet long,
1 1 feet beam. Will be sold at a bargain
if called tor soon. Husky S.vyi'.us.
10-(Ww 1)5 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
I'er.-on having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can have ft done
promptly and tit prices ti suit the times,
bv calling on J. S. Hawkins. Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time lor tlio purpose. 9-HMf.
I oiils Herbert liiio 1'lf.NKXKK.
.A.IIalley litis nmoved to lils new
ftore room, lln t-oininereinl avenue, oji-
noslte Winter's Block, nntl next door to
the Arab engine hoti-'e, ivln re lie will be
ileaeil to ee all his olil customers nud
as ninny new one. 0-.10-U'
Iton'l I'orKCl I
If you want tinware, stoves cfc..that A.
Halley has changed his place of business
tntl can now be found at 115 Commercial
ivenue, next door to thu Arab engine
house, where ho will bo '(leased to see
ton and glvo you bargains a, of old.
lutercwt on leuiilN.
The Alexander County lSanktcill pay in
terest on deposits tu the aaetnrjs depart-
i'lre hhii Wnlrr.
Wo would Inform our many introu?,
and the public generally, that we havo
removed our slock of groceries damaged
bv lire on the night of tho 20th of Sei-
teniber to the miction houe of Parker it
Axley, ou Cotnincrclal avenue, between
Kleventh nnd Twelllh streets. These
goods w ill be sold at auction and private
sale lor the next ten days, all'irdmg to
the citizens ot Cairo an opportunity to
putclitHo groceries cheaper than ever be
fore offered in this city. .Many of these
goods tuu new and liesh, and weru not
damaged in unyre-peet. Call and ox
amino lor yourselves. Terms ot Mile
Mrletly cash, ilespeetl'ully,
G. W. WllITLOCK & SON.
Chas. S. DeLay, Auctioneer. 1 0-0-1 w
rXy-XX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Uuiun in otllce, printed
zi jOtind Si 00 per M.
A I'liiu Ntoilt.
Win. Khlcrfi desired to Inform his pat
rons and the pnbllu generally, that he has
now on hand a largo toek of French ami
(lei man Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
Dienared to manufacture, for store and
olllco wear, tho finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands uuovo anymmg ever
offered In this market. Ills Lasts arc of
the latest styles, and ho can guaranty a
at nndeatlpfatlon to all Ids patrons.
LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and .'1,000 acres of
""'"'proved Lauds In Alexander county,
-"Winter's Block" mid "Winter'
A large number of desirable Hcsl
doncc., mid excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and rcldciiees.
House on Nineteenth Mrect, fur $60,
with privilege ol lea-o.
Winter' Block- suitable1 for Hotel,
OlHees or Btilues rooms cheap.
Teneui'Mits numbered f. 7, 8 and U. in
Winter's Row, 6 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10. (corner) 312 007 room.
That dc.-irablu double Cottnau on
corner of Thirteenth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial
avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets, suitable for Dwelling and Uu-i-ii'.
Two houses on Commercial, lielow
SKtli str....t, siillablu for Bu.ine Houses
II I ' igs.
tall IIoues west of Twenty-
et, near line, s-l each per
"ig noiisu on rwelltii, near
'A ,i i; iixim. for $v per month.
IIiimih house mi Levee, near Eighth
str.e. i r .'-l'O per month.
lOfJ LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. Also
a large number of other Lot in dlderent
Land, In tracts to suit, near Cilro.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relict for young incr, frpm tlio
(fleet of Errors and Abides In carlv life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, in -ealcd
envelopes. Addre- Howard Associa
tion, 110 N. Ninth sin-ct, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having a high repu
tation for honorable conduct and profes
sional skill. b-2I-dw;iin
Tlie. undersigned will open a Dancing
School Monday night, at Kluge"s ball.
Those wishing to attend will plea'cbeat
the hall at 7 o'clock. Gents' cla-s will
meet regularly ou Mondays mid Thurs
days at 8 o'clock. Chas. H.vudv.
1'lcturf stiie America.
At the Bui.urriN bindery IS number.,
iiouuil in two volume., lull gill mor-
rucco; cost $11 ; for stilu ut $10.
.'..t...t .1., Ilw 1... V f U... ....... ..A...M1,I....
ini'rt'hunt, sc:riur)' of tlie Cairo lhmitl of
Hour, acconllns l Krudc SV MKT 0
Corn, mixcil. sackcl 7:'c
lorn, while, tucked '!c
Oils, iuim-o .. .Wrsc
ilrun, per t"ii lit eu
.Mml, utiJiii dried. -ill
lliittcr, cliiilru Northern -c
IliiUi-r, choic Nmllitni 1 1 1 i not si '."c
K;g. icriln.cn ltic
CliicLens. jier iluiin Z WA'i W
iurkiys, jii-r dozen
Aiik-i, choice, cr liuriv-l - ia)
Api'lej, uuninion nrbunvl I .VI
l'olatoc.s, K.r liaml I T3
Unions, iir lmrrcl tl eo
T"Kt'OtlT of Hie coiutltlun of llii Mcxuuilrr
.l. County lUnk onlliu let uonday lnOclobcr,
Lo.hu uml ditconiiH f:i,l:-T K
uv. r-lmiii!... toi tu
Knr-ltmc Hint tlxlim-1 ,,iiki io
I'll' tri'iu ollifr n.iiiKsiiiiu u.uil;vii. .. j,;,:u b.'
i u-li on liuiitl 7,;.ll ut
Cubital st ck (W.WJ p Id l
Ifui-o In- I'HiiWrf uml IjunLi-m....
17, mi i;
We, Krr-tolin liioj I'lvslitcnt.anil II. Welti
1'iw-liier, oftlicuboM- imimsl bank do solemnly
swiiii'lliut lie uboiu btuli-ineiit ii lint- to Uic
lii-4t of our knowUslwe and liol let'.
K. llltijssi I'lMl'l'-iit
siiliicill'tsl nnd HWirn to before niuthl 'Hi
d.iy ol October. 1 ""'"'
Evansvillo, Cairo and Momphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paductih. Sh'awnootown, EvanB
and all way landiugn.
'I'lie iiiirlvullnl nldc-ivlirel wleiimcr
1) U. r'owtKit MnMcr
Ku. It. Tiiojus Clerk.
w HI leuio Kmnsvlllc forCalrocviry MOSIIA
Bii'l'JIlUltSDAV nt t o'clock p. ni.
Unwvi Cairo every TUKSDA Y and THI DAV.ul
0 o'clock p. in.
Tlie dcjj:iiit sldc-wUcvl ttcamcr
Walti.ii n. l'i:.N.MNuro.s
WIllloiiicKvauivllle for Cairo every 'lUfcS
Il.VV uud I'ltli'A Vat " 'cloek p. in. , ,,,
o'clock p. in.
TUe vlcgaut lde-wUevl sleauur
Joun riot Mnoter
Mat. WiLLlAiid Clerk
Lcuvm Kvatisvlllo for Culm nvtrv WL'UXKS
U-aviw C'ultci every lltUlfiOAVuinl 8UNUAY
nt u it ru.
Knell bout inalc-i clojo councctlonii lit Cairo
with Urst-cuw fteainernTor at. Lou, Jiem
pliU ami New OrUuiu. and at Kvauavllle wltti
tlio K. C. K. It tur all K.lnt North iiudfcaat,
n.iwtihiho l.oulavtllo Mall Steainrr foall
!i 1 iKilnta ou Uie Uwutr plilo, glvluK ttiroujtu r
u I eclpM on frelghu auil ytmeaKti to all polntl
1 Kor further lnfonntlon apply to
UOL. aiLYKK, VMMstrAB,
or to u. f.
SPLENDID WEW lTOf
FALL AND WINTEi
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
WAI.DER ii receiving daily
ra ani nnlanrlld atock of naAm.
ana In determined to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho la resolved to atve tha vw tu.it
rood, for the very lJwe't prtwV7 Call
and aee for youtaelves, "
Coraar Sixth Street aad, Ohio
PAUL G. SOHUH
AND WILL WARRANT
FEVER i ME
Whon every other patent rocdl
oino fails to cure tho Chills, thon
PRICE, 81.00 PER BOTTLE
PAUL G. SCHUH'S,
108 Commercial Avo.
ni.f. be mi-llnl nt my oillci- IkIwmii tlm
limnn ol" '.' o'rlf.cl; a. ni., :iul (.o'clock
1 in , until Mcindii , Oclohi r lth, it;,-,, liirilir
tilliliiK IlienuteiUloriloiii); Iliclvotk, orliutli,
lurint- rniBiruciKiii unu lti-oiisinicuoti ni et-r-
i.iiii Bi'u-wuun miner iinunanruNn III ni
1'inMsl stii in.(vMli, lT5. alcl Onllunni-f Is
iiinjeci io v.xniiiiuuiii'ii tunnv urnu ut my nmcc.
VM k-l.kVI-ll v, t-x-
Caiio, III., Oct, Ttli, lbTJ, JUtyUirk.
Comer Washington Av. and 14th Street,
OPEN EROM 5 TO 0 P.M. DAILY.
WHITNEY Sc HOLMES
IJlllly i:ieim .ii. !. with Valuable Ire
1 lilovemtiilsi .N't-u:indlli'uiltinil.ViliMfii-
(IVI.K l)i: I llllC.- V VI. Ilr.r:ii,l.l. ,.,l M,,' l
clans liidor-uttii'eeUranuiiirn-coiunii'iid lliun
in Mriflly First., Iiioh in Tone. .MndiniiKn.
mid liinibllll . W'uiniiitid the jeara. .send
ior price ini.
illlll.M.l ,v I1UI..UI.9 IJItUAlO ,
K-lS-wIt gtilncy. Illinois
Tho Pooplo's Remedy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Noto : Ak for Pond'a Eztraot.
"llenr; for I will biwikof txcelUnt tiling
IiijiirlPM to .Man nrDraaM,
Striiiiis, Hpralus, C'ontil-
t'rneliiri'ii, i utn, Larera
tis orlnclM'd W'uiindd.
Itleeilluir l.iiiivH, or
Siilft nirol lllood
.Vos lllt-ed, and Illecd-
In liuniit or Teeth.
Vitiiillliiwor Hloml and
IMles - nimllDK' l'llca,
liuiitl riicN, (iniatui'le.)
rulllla, -Swelled Face.
110 M welling ororeucl.
Slttriiess or sJon-ucaD,
I.umlMk'o. uune Hack.
store Tliroiit ortjuiimy,
siore or Intlaniol I'.ytt nr
I DiarrlH-a. Hysenlcry.
fNiiri, iiiile, Inttamcd
il'aliiful or I o 1'rofiHe
(Milk l.eif. OvarUn Ills
vnfa nnd I'liiiioi-i
DCMC n V tiravel and Hlruiisury
nC.IVIC,UY,(mIIK nd Kxcc,
tin na or iniants, or
Vnrleime Velim. t'n
UnrcU erlntlanuil Veins.
Illcem. Old Sore, lutcr-
iial Ulceration ,
Au llolU. (Uiibiinclw. Tu-
,, . : mors, Hot Hwrlllne.
INTERN AL't'"' ""'i Huuioim, ciuii-
. Tiilliiir.IIariics8or Sad
. i . ..... ui iiiiiui, , r roBi-
itt l.liuin ot t'aitb,
.HOMllll BUCM, lllltCt
tilings, Chapped !laii!.
rOMI'N KXTRACf Is forealcbyoll 'irt-
t'lnmi lirilKKIMIM.au! rvcouiiuej'ixix
all OrUKKl.ta, l'liyiclaii. and t'Vry
Uoily who linn over used It.
t'uuiliUlet contalulint IIItory and Umi null
ed fiw on ippllcatiou, ll'uol found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New Yerfc m4 Im4m.
i AHkll. I .