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AHOAI.ON I.OllUK, NO. 51.
Knights ol I'ythiaa, luccU every FrI
day ubchl nt hair-pant aeteti, iu Odd
rtlluwi' liall .Imu. II Uo-imak,
Chancellor I iinimatider.
,mit ALKXANOKU LOUUK, NO. 14.
jJPHh indqxadenl Order ut Odd-Kel-qKHPtowit.
mti ivory 1 bursts) nlht
''F at half-past Diven, Id their hall nn
Commercial atsnue, between alxOi noo" :Jeiefitli
street. 1 J.Knifjii H U,
1AIKO ENCAMi'MKNT. I. O. O. F.. rntt
tlu Odd-KeHn' Mill on 111 OrstiUid IblrU
l'Jj In every month, at tiairi trt acven.
Jiid II oulklv, O. r.
A CAIItUl.ODUi:. NO.i37,A.F. A A M.
MoW rrgulnr oruiiiuulcalliitei In Ma
jX sonic Hall, corner Cotniiircinl avenue
' 'and Klxlitu street, oa Uie sw.m.J and
"earth Monday ofe-ich month .
This Is a new M.vle of plciiins now tv
lug produced by Win. Winter, the artl.'l,
ul this city. These pictures are cri-Htlng
much Interest In nil the principal Ewdern
ami Western cities. being altogether new.
They .in unlike photographs, t Inr
rl?til Mill tH-ailt Willi V ctintlK'lt'i t over the. i
... i ii.i
entlri'suriwi ol'i in toni1, but illMlnet In
On- llitlitu nml phmle. No urn- who wi
thpin fH tuRiluiln- tlii in, or to jrlvt- tlio
rtlit iin onlf r. Wi liavc tc-f-n miowii n
numlxTof pldnrca of well-known faille
knil ifi ntlciui ii nf tin- rJlv. ami h.ivc no
hesitation In innitoii'iclntln ni iTfTll
Plilelnlld. would ihi'irton :ul vl: till
who tak intfivnl In ench miilterc or ile
slru picturfF. to cull uiiuii .Mr. Winter nt
lit jrnllery and eXMtnlne hi' work In tliU
new branch of thu phuduw-cipturln art.
l.uuls Herbrrt lin I'l I.Hll.MIIt.
A R ire limnr p.
The Wi-tern 'reiiiieue Ajjrlctillurul
nml Mi-clmnlcal A"ti;iHin. of fackoin,
Temieiimv. will hold (heir lmrtli Annual
Exhltiltlouoti thf -J(ithto;OilinfUctiber.
Inuhilve, IK75. ul which time there will
be (fatly Hitler of rtix k. .nrrleiillur.d Im
plement, etc.. milking It one nl Ihe IIK'H
ituMjrtaut inetrlliivieV(ThfM In the Stutf.
Hriti your ittock nml impli'Uteuts.
J.no. V. Kuiiii, I'rt-lilftit.
Thod. Cl.iiik. ti'.crttary.
U-2J w It.
l'erfiiM Inivlntrcl'tcrtiK needing pnm
ItiK nut and repnlrliiir win have it il'im;
promptly and at price-, t cult the times
by -sUtnr f n .1. S. llawMiis. C'ro rtreci.
I have a man :iud pump employed all the
time lor the purpose. WC-lf.
Kvcry'-ody to kuov tiut ho place to
A rllio.itll 'ia e,
A puid ll.mi no.
A fi-ut- milile balr-cu,
U r.ny'li lie I that line,
I- rtt Him l'KMJ C: TI'.U. UAItriKll
II I', co nrr Cilitli a d Conui) relal.
tS-t( .1. "iK'iuiu: .t:imioi;jii.
rii.Mt:r.it ...ui irt-riierr.
t6ir tr. Slii riii.iii. the j;reat SH-clal-(M.fiU'J
North sixth ftnet. ha gained tin
enviable reputation In the -peeily manner
III wliteli liu trenU all ehrnntu dUeaM-r.
S-' advertisement fur hl.jrreat Syphilitic
failliiilor, Indorsed by the nicdiial la
culty every w In re. 0-1-1 r.
nllrr nf K miitiil
C. Koch Inw n-nioved hU boot and
klioe rltop from the old Hand to his
new brick building (one block below).
No. U) Commercial avenue, fatveeii
Fifth and Sixth rtivctr. where he will
knp the I 'e?t In ine niadealiil St. I.olti
curlom made IhiiHk and rlioei. luade of
tlm bert tiiHteri.it ; g"od orktuau-hii
ami In the laltt Kyle-. All order.
promplly attended to. '.i--j:i-tl.
IMI.SKNKK at I.ottl- llttbeit''.
To Ihe Clllinifc of t'lro.
I would Inlorm my rainy lrli'i:H. tht 1
am still ! the ..ULtion Ijumh-d-, and rc.id
to attend to ull uk that ni LVr. 31)
loujc expeiieice in tliU huuiva nedi no
counueiit-i Unuexprl:uc t nntypn,
ltd partlea t-Illri.rtllli; liooda Bl) cue
deed uo be Ml aid a I am no "tfiuib'' i r
novice In tb buihic-r.
rip ul 1 attention kIvcii toroidpoMte -od
ouixiour m I b e noxer mlskc i ruuk
liii; a -a!e. 1) Hai.TMAN, Ailctlotic r.
Orncr r-ixtti rtri et uud (-'yrniucrrlal Av.
l'II.Si:.M:it-Hl LnuU Her-
A So. I l.iiniKlry .
It lnow cunct'lod tlmt Mis. Cnltmsn,
tbc 1 un. ltk-. . 1! I'oU in strict, be
tween iVi-buitiii.tC tu in rcl lavenucr,
b iOlli;.) t lu b at o dueled Ult .il IV a
tabl.rlitu it" n tliu L'it),auil 1 iiullunl- ol
hotel- nd boiirdiiii; 'lou-ur .till tlml It to
thtlr adaitn;e to cull upnn
Her rici ure uti lotion 1 1 . t. )
boarilin-lioil c wartilng, "5 contr
doien. Tot piecu work pr cea
na fiiltowi! ShiKie -ltlit nd
far, IUc: p r dnzrti S c; rock 6c; two
Isracjtw h.nilkercliiel-, net ve.ti vuc;
tnd ad t;e itlemeu'- cnr fda per
doell. I.ndler' . res-er, U' to Ml ;
tllrt 1' t "Jd", iiriw-r- nto i&c; iwn
t'Hir iii'sc 'c; two co lurf to 1 c. tt la
dlcr' pbiliicUitbe- il iHip r dozen; lor la
dle tine cottr.B, P'T d'-zen; dime
dnttiptly, Htnl priiinptlv dolleie.t. Ph.
trouagc rollclti'd S-3 -ll"
.V Mlver plated No. 0 Wit-on Shuttle
Sewing Machine, haul (piano) llnMi.
valued at S85. Will he fold t S20 ill
count, on good terms, mid ordered direct
from the I'netorv.
-Colored mid mounted Maps t tlm '
City of Cairo at S2 GO each (halt price.) 1 1"8 venue. Association. I lie adles and gentlemen
-V No 0 Wilson Pintl e Sew lug Ma-' -Atuoiig thedisrtJiguUed arrivals it in the caste of the first play Eeeiued some
chine valued a. S7o. "will sold at 15 Charles y. sr.y wc-re T. U. .what more at home ttmn on their former
.,i .,..i ..-.I , ,ii . i... Irvine ol New York. C. A. Newcotnb i appearance, mid did their parts with a
- V $00 Renihiglon Sewing Machine- J. 11. Finn of Chicago, and J. M. Stone , mlded greatly to thu success of the cuter- j citizen-' As-ociatloii y it has a commit
S30 i.ft lor cash. .Suitable lor' tailor or of Canton. Mississippi. talninent. Owing to the misfortune ol tee on drainage organized to censull upon
boot anil shoe niaiiufactiner.
"FIcturesipiH America" 18 number
bound In J volumes, full gilt Morocco;
A stylo "E.1 "Clniigh, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Oi-cnii. rhrht from thu fnc-
tory at Detroit. List price, $300. Will'
De tolil n nw.
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A ne imsiiuiw wmuwir wnuoii,
For any of the aoove articles, apply at
ta9rtur?ix ottle. . A.Swwtm.
ATE OF AllVI.KIIHIMI.
Q-All bill i I'ur ndvertmlnrf, uc due auil pay
able 111 ALV.iXo
Trautiuit a-tni tiling will belnscited uttim
ratti of 1 14 pel square for the lint Imertion
U'l to ceuts for ea.jh uh-e.pjf ut one. A llbtrnl
I'liwuiit Vflll be nude on tudlug aud dliplay
Lo-.-al noticei, buiiu&nor othewle, will be
charged ten cents per line fur the first and tile
cents fur each additional In.ertlou, (counting
til e Hue? end tipard) a discount wl 1 be made
alter third Insertion.
Church, Society, festival and Huppir noUcel
will only bcluxrtcd a advertltueuU.
For Inserting Funeral notlct $i Notlcoof
meeting of 4oclrt!r4 or r etrot orderi Ul cent fur
No sdvertl.-uitat will te rcctlved nt leu thsti
CJ-AunoUBoemenU g5 caah-lnvurta-blylti
mvance. No exoeptluun to thin
I.triiiu El'LLETIX: I'l nutulinounre WM. A.
' 111. OMAN a candidate for the nlllce of I ounty
'lrmisri-l mid Aseur at the muiug Nulrlu-
Wp ntr authnriwl to announrp J ill.V A.
lit l.V a a iHiidl iip f ir ihvuOlcp if nuntv
rr urtr in.d .Vireor, a! the ensuing Sotvtn
Tji e icit'Mi.
Wr an nUtlinrited In announce Jolts' I.
an ncndlMnte f r . nuntyTivaiurtratlbe
enuuir .onnire ernon
Wr are nu huilied In unn.iunie the name of
(!. iltli.. W. ,JI1 f.N.I of IiicIxm. a Mi'
dlila rl'irlhe oflliei f i mil)- i oii.miial(iiierof
Alexudcrcjunty at tbu en'Ulni;rleciliiD
S.UTHDAY, OUTOUEK 10. 1H75.
LoVnl Wpatihrr Kepurt.
Caiiio, ItL., Oct. I'l Kh.
lUu. I Tnr.
Wihii I Vcl. I WcaTll.
a w I in
A l ook WnnlPd.
A good cook wanted Immediately ut
the Uullktin olllce.
Oriiernl I tenia
No innri! dust for n few ifayn.
I. Karubakcr In iu Ihe city again.
t 'ranberrie are In the market again.
.Judge Krim Is expected huiue I rum
P ci'la to-d.iy.
N iihlug done iu police clrckf yester
Choice cranberries at the New
The weather win root but pleajant
alter tlie ruin yerteiday.
We are soon to have a eirctn nml me-
lingerie iu Cairo.
Ihe AleXHiuIrr ('mini)' llnnk Mill
in lnprel on deioll In Ihe hh.
lilt: di p.arlnieul.
.lohn C. White has got home from
fhertreel and (.lilewalksare becom
ing covered with the falling leave..
'1'ho-e who need winter hool should
call on It. J.ne, (J.miiinrcial nveiiue.
Illf .stock ol Krtnch and Uuiiivrtlu culf
rklu- U the beat ill the market.
Ml iMcko-'ii. ol New York city, it in
tliecii.i. Mi-lling In r lter. lr. Good
rich. Tin' I'.ulucili and Cape Girardeau
f.ilr.-. which have been In prie,'re dur
ing ihe pai wivk. will both chii-e tiwlay.
tin. Iner U fre-colng the bar-room
of ilie riutiiiV llnu-c. and making other
Improvi nieiiti- in die hotel.
Iliiefner has the himl-rttarter of a
bear, which he will -erve up to hi? board
ers at the I'lanters" to-inonow.
The Cairo & Vlncennes railroad com
pany's Incline will be ready lor use, we
are mid, on Monday morning.
I'orcork-i-olcd boot or shoe.', go to
1!. done", ihe Commercial nw-nuc boot
and rlioe maker. He fa a tlrrt-clar work
man and never failr to please.
Thi. auction .ale ol furniture at the
De lumulco hotel yerterday iiiornitig was
ntteiided by h large number of people.
Ami now It fa ruid that another mar
riage will noon take place, iu Cairo, be
tween two highly e.iieeined young lolkn.
WIImiii. the Spiritual adviser, will
Vain visit Cuiro hi December. lu.-te;ul of
2 .vemlicr,m iuied by us u dayorlwo
New hiiins and breakfaet-h.tcouat the
New York Store. J
We are Infnruicd by good authority,
that the report that the Illinois Central
railroad cuiuputi) have bought the MU
Mitlppi eutral road fa untrue,
Mr. Samuioiis, of Tin-fat who ha
auuouiiced himself us n c.iudlifale lor
Cotiniy Coiumli-i-ioiier. tit tlio Nowuiher
election, lk still lu the city.
Mr. Jainea Bennett, formerly of this
city, has returned, to remain for irood,
and Iimk accepted u position under the Illi
nois Central railroad.
Mis Fannie Lynn and Mr. Theodore
Carrigaii were niarrii d ut the le-lilence of
Ihe briile'f! father, on Cross rireel, by the
HevMr. Gllllmin. on Thiirsd ly evening.
-The Itev. Mr. Gilbert wout yeter
day alleruooii for u ride, nfter being con
tlm d to tlie limiM' for i-everal days with a
severe attack ol luflaiiiiiiHlory rlietima-
I.rg stock dry goods, without re-
nerve, at very low price, at C. Hnnny'n.
The Parish school will change iitiar-
ers on Monday morning. The, school
will hereafter be held In the- building ut
tlie corner ot Thirteenth ttrecnd Wash-,
i cinciuiiati. N. Jacobs ol Louisville,
The people of Mound City wcro so
iniieh delighted with lite mulcal cnuceit
given bv Mrs. Goodlne at Stokes' hall, on
Weduesifay evening, that they urged lt
repetition on Thursilav. Both coneerta
with lnr.r. ..i ..... I.. ,1
-The following Ulalogtto wn? over-
iieuril from u little trundle-bed tho oiner
I .., T-., ....
levelling; rirai youngster uou ran ;
make Himself Just an little- at Ho wtini
I to, caii'tiltir'Ducotid youugatcr-"Ve?,
He can make Illmcll to little that lie
could ride horrcbm-k on a IlKlo bird."
Flrt youngster "Yen, He could ntako
HluiMilf so little lii.it Hu could rtiuid on
my eye-brow." In half a ii'luute they
were lu the land of dreain3.
Two of Cairo's yoiiiif; men have
abandoned the llfo of plugle bletsedness,
and taken to themselves partners tor
life. Mvy their llve.t be long, pro?)erou
and happy, h tb-; sincere wish of the
The ntniwment soaon has come.
Two shows are looked for the l itter pait
of this month. Milton Noble's thcatrl-
cal trouiir opcus on the 21t,and stuvn
three nights. Kothchlld & Co's ltoyal
Victoria menagerie mid circus wilt bo
here on the 27lh.
The young ladles and gentlemen of
this city .should not torget that a splendid
opportunity fa now uttbrded them by
Mrs. Granger, to learn the art of short
hand writing. Mrs. Granger can be found
at I'honograpic I -intitule, corner Wash
ington avenue and Fourteenth ulreet.
J. Burger 6; Co. have now on hand
tlie most elegant atock ol 'i and U button
Kid Ulovea ever brought to this city, and
art' determined to sell tlient at remark-
ab y low llgun.-s.
Mule children Hhoutd be taught not
to trifle with oxen. A little child, while
plavlng in-ur a team of these brutes yes
teid.iy. near this c.UtblMimeiit, ex
cited ihe auger ul oue ol the uniunil.-. and
it made a lunge at the youngster, who
was barely MVed from u Iriglitlitl goi
Ing by the driver, who was reuted iu the
A. M. I'eitfleld. the man arreMed by
liepuiy Mteritl Sheeliun u lew day ago
lor (urging a cheek lor si veni-tle dol
Iflrs, and obtaining tbu money on the
sjine. un the alexunder County bank ol
thi' city, was given a healing b-.-fme
Judge liird yerterduy ntteriiooii. He
was held to bull In the mm of three hun
dred dollar, to answer the charge .it tin
next term ol ihe circuit court. He went
L. D. Akin k Co. Harness uud sad
dles, collura. whips, etc. Those favoring
us with their patronage will liud a cum
plete hue of goods Irotu which to select
at bottom prices, 105 Commercial avenue.
Repairing done and recoud hand harness
lor rale. 10-13 ut
On Thtirrday night two members of
the Uullkti.n corps sustained the repu
tation ol tlie boys us pugilists, by sutur
ing iheuiselves and vindicating their
wounded honor by making a tew angry
pusses at each other, and then subsided,
winding up the affair by .shaking hands
acinss the bloody chasm and swearing
eternal friendship for tile future. In this
they exhibited the only good eiirc that
characterized tlie whole proceedings.
And still another marriage comes to
us. Mr. I). C. Axtell. superintendent
of this ilivMou of ihe St. LmiN. Iron
Mountain and Southern railroad, was
married on Thursday to a fair lady (it
Mule Hock, named May Canirell. Mr.
Axtell and his bride are now on their
way to Sew York and other large cities
t tlie East, where thev will remain
some days, and then return to
Cairo and take up their abode at the
St. Charles, where Mr. A. has secured
Remember the grand hall ot the An
cient Order ol Hibernians at ScheelMiall
on the lSlh lust. A good time may be
The I'ul.t'kl Patriot says : "It seems
to be a matter of universal regret by our
citizens thai the Cairo & Viucciities rail
mad have found it necessary to discon
tinue tint Mound City Accommodation
train, for it was a matter of great conven
ience to our people notwithstanding it
involved a loss to the company. Major
Morrill, however, proposes to put on a
trtighl train as soon a thebuine? of the
road will justify il. to leave Cairo til 6
o'clock p. m. aud arrive at Cairo at 10
o'clock a. m. This will rive our people
the advantage of having the whole work
ing day lu Cairo.
The Milton Noble Combination fa
billed for three nights' performance at
tile Athei.eitui. They will open thu regu
lar dramatic season iu Cuiro, ami should
be well rtipporlctl during their stay here.
" llohetniaus and Detectives" Is their
specially, and It fa represented by the
press ol other cities as a drama lull ot
thrilling interest. This excellent com
bination is Iravehug southward, and
commenced Its dramatic season further
north under favorable auspices, uud wu
hope that Ihe citizens of Cairo will
patrouie it In a liberal manner. The
three nights set apar! for its short reusun
tire the -.'fat. '2M and 23.1 of this mouth.
The tollowiug is taken from a fato
istieof the Alton (III.) daily Tdtqraph:
"The N. G. Lodge of the U. It. O. F. of
the Uuiti d States i- now in sc-Mou In this
city. Tlie following representatives are
present : Frank Washini o . Kvatisville,
Ind.; W. .1. Uurlholouii w. Sparta, HI.;
W. II. EIIworlh.Alion.lll.; II. C. Keer.
St. Louis, Mo.; J W. Williams, Spuria,
HI.; J. T. Allen, Cairo, III.; Hon. Win.
Walker, Alton, III.; .1. 11. Uurhridge,
I'aduc.ih, Ivy., aud others. Tlie lodge
began its session on Monday and con
tinues during the week. Thu meetings
are held at .the hall of the Alton Lodge,
on Statu street, between Second and
A very good audience was at tlie
Alhcuetrii hi-t night to seo
Harlequin Jackanapes," oy the Uoatlng
gn at dcul more sull-possession, which
Mr. W. II. Morris, whose sprained ankle
would not permit him to take part lu thu
play, Mr. Charles Hardy personated
the character of Eceles." and played thu
parttotno Ratisiuciiou oi uie auiiiiors.
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I "Harlequin dacHUiiaijs. "i uiu ariaia ui
Simple Simon" was well done, mid ere-
meu iuuuu mn
I ll,K,,fr t.waM. Illllt r
Don't forget that Fred Koehier will
have that eleven hundred pound beef on
, buIc this iaoruli)K ' undoubtedly
the fattest and tendered beef thut ha.1
been killed tu Cairo for iintiiy n day, and
no lo er of good meat dhuttld full to se
cure h steak, roast, etc., lora Sunday din
utr. Mr. K. Hiiiiotiiices his determination
to keep on hand lu tUe future the Very
best beef that can be found lu the coun
try, which will be good news to those
Who can appreciate u good urtlcle. And
it should not be forgotten that he will
have on hand thU morning mid hereafter
the best of sausage and other meats, aud
those who know Mr. Koehier will agree
with us tlmt he will tin what he says.
comer of W mhiiigtou urciitw nml
i fixutli street.
Tu the I'rnde.
Choice line of coffee uud uar Just In,
nt the New Yoik Store.
the Verj Beat.
It Is now conceded by ilioe wlioknow,
that Anthony Kraus, of the ExeeMor sa
loon, corner ol Fourtienih street and
U ashhigton avenue, spreads lunches that
cannot be excelled. His saloon Is becom
ing a popular pluce of reiort; It Is tasty
and neat, his llipiors are Hrst-chi, and
he treats his customers with ull due cour
tesy. He will spreud another line lunch
Suiuiday night, big enough tor all who
may honor luiii with a cull, and he wants
all to come aud partake ol It.
It tick Mile i I lour
lor sate at tli" New York Store. Afao
rcll-rl-ing buck win ut flour, In boxc. lor
family ue. 11-l.Vint
Trimmed uud untriintiied hats, wrap
persund dierfi-, aud lii Ucl everything
iu that line uiu be found at the lowest
nri- at Heilbriin ot Wuil's.
.Steamer .tin) I'isk. 1'uilueah.
Red Cloud. Evatisvlllc.
" Ste. Genevieve. Vicksburif.
" 11. II. Cooke. Evans llle.
T. R. Selme , Greentleld.
Tow-boat lice and barges, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fisk, 1'aducah.
Red Cloud, Evaiisvlllc.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
U. 11. Cooke. Evau-vlllc.
Arlington, New Orleans.
" T. R. Sp lines. Greentleld.
ntVKK AND WKATllUIt.
The river last evening was 10 feet
2 2-u inches on tlie gauge, having been
stationary during tlie previous twenty
Considerable rain fell night before last,
but the weather wa clear aud cold again
The Arlington cleared for New Or
leans loaded as deep as ?hc could switu
Thi! V. R. Seluies brought over a
lot ol corn which was chipped uion thu
Th" Red Cloud looks pretty ti3 a
lieach. they say, but brought only n ellm
trip night bvloro fast.
l'he U. 11. CooUe waB out very early,
yesterday, with a moderate trip of
i lie B e and barge made far gi ad
ditions, and among others the hull of
C apt. Riuuo.u's wuart-boat.
I here must have been lively times at
Memphis when the Ueau an. I Uowaid
were loading, l'hey are rival packets in
thu Memphis and New Orleans trade,
and it fa reported began by cutting rates,
l'he Howard got SiK) bales cotton, 1,500
sucks cuttou-setd and tllieen people. The
Ih-Mi got forty people, 100 bales cotton,
300 bale bay anil 2a) barrels Hour. When
their hour of deperture came crowds of
people usnuinlcit upon I lie bank to sen
-Ihe VlcUsliurg Herald or the 12th
says : "Cupt. swivel ol iiieJohu U. Maude
wus iu the city yesterday, uud made a
proposition to tlie Cotton exchange to
put Ids boat lu the trade between here
uud New Orieuus, provided they would
sustain 1 il us by giving him their cotiuu,
which he agrees to carry at "uc. The
proposition is under consideration. The
John 11. Maude left Vick-burg Monday
lor New Orleans with 2.200 bales cotlou."
".Seneca" w riting to the Sun yesterday
Don't think that I have given up
the hope of seeing our city lllh il up. or
that the work cannot be ilouo as 1 siig
gesied. I have not. Hut 1 wa- wailing
tor two reasons : one 1-1 want some one
else to speak lo the point; 1 want the
Mijig stion ih-eti-'id. The idea occurred
to me in thinking ot something to relieve
its of slpe water and high side
walks, and more I think ot It. Ihe more
leaslble it anneal s. The other reason is
thai I haw been trying to galher facts,
as wi II as discover the lu st nasi i a for
our people to adopt some such plan ot
n it. I. Winn I get ready. I shall trouble
von again, (u the meantime I hope to
Iiear others speak tlm civil engineers in
tlie city for lntatice, and the large prop
As we beiiiro stated there are responsi
ble parties "ho will contract to till up
the low places iu the city tit lljjures very
much lower than twenty-five cents per
yard, II our people want the work done,
and if It is I rue that other parties ate go
ing to bear tlie expense of protecting
I the endangered levee, why may not
'Seneca's" project be set on fool? It fa
what wo need above all elsu to
insure perniuieut growth and pro
tection fi'iun future sickness, and as
1 wo are certain the work would cost
comparatively little, our people ought at
least to tliluU seriously about aud have It
i nerforuicd il possible,
Where fa the
this very subject, nnd wo would be gl id
to hear from It.
" WAIl ItCI-AIUMtNT ItlVLU UklTINT,
uct. is, i J. a.
low watch, cuartoc.
n, in, VT 1.1.
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i si, Louis
LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Colin
Several good Farms and 3,000 adri of
uultnproved Lauds lu Alexander county.
-'Winter's Bloc!;" nml "WluterM
A large number ol desirable Reil
deuces, aud excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for bulite." houses nnd residence'.
Wlutcr'j Blocl;- suitable for Hotel,
OI!lec3 or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1. 7, il and 6. lu
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each, for .510 jtr
One-hnlf of No. 10, (corner) il2 30 7
That desirable doubU? Cottntfc on
corner of Thirteenth and Washington.
Flue two story brick on Commercial
avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets, suitable for Dwelling and Busi
ness. Upper floor of hulldlug next to Com
mercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small IIduh-s west of Twenty
second street, near I'lne, ?l each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for S12 per month.
Business liottsu on Levee, ueur Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole-
mall A Co.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lots on Lvee, above
Twelfth street, outside tire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots iu dlflereut
Lauds, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
If you want tinware, stoves etc.that A.
1 1 alley has changed his place of business
aud can now be found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arib engine
house, where he will be pleased to see
.Miu and give you bargains us of old.
Intercut on Bppoalta.
JV.e Alexander County Rankvill pay
tcrest on depositi in the saving) depart
A. Halfay has removed to his new
store room, lis Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
tlie Arab engine house, where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many new ones. 9-30-tf
I onl Herbert tinn PIIAENKH.
A desirable cottage for rent, with two
lots, good cistern, three rooms, with din
lug room, kitchen, and pantry, corner
Division street and Washington avenue.
Euqulreof J. (J. HarmanorJim O'Cal
lahau, corner Fourteenth street and
levee, Cairo. III. 10-13-Ot
Hcllbron & Well's fa the only place In
town where you can find a complete line
of babies' cloak", babies' robes, babies,'
merino shawls, babies' bonnets, and In
fact everything in the baby line.
A No. 1 New Trading Boat ; counters
and shelving all complete; 60 feet long,
1 1 feet beam. 111 be sold at a bargain
it billed tor soon. HusrtY 8avi;u3.
10-C2W K5 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
Corrected Jlly uy K. M. Steam, commission
merchant, secretary of thu lalro Uuant of
Dour, according to made..
es ocwia on
Uorn, mixed, faoneil...
Com, Wliite, racked
Ilran, r ton
Mral, rteani dried
Hutttr, choice Northern
Ilutter, cholo-southern Illinois..
I'tilekena. per iloitn
,7 OU'cIO 00
, VlQ 2J
i lira-ya, prmozru
Apple, choice, per barrrl
Apples, common prbuml..
Potatoes, iier barrel
unions, iwr barrel...
REI'lMTnf Ihe condition ol llio Alciamler
County Hank ou the .t ouiLiy lu October,
Loana and discounts 2I.S07 W
nv.nlriilli Iti S.l
Furiiituieaiid niturn n,isu ua
liur Ir.ini other Uiukaand banker ... i,5iJ Si
I'aih on bund 7,7.11 ii
Capital stock (Oo.nO') p. id 'n Uo.fAVl On
l)p.ita 17,8 17
Ea nims a.TSJ 70
Due ii he - b.iiiks und bankers
Other liabilities ....
We, Kretlollu Ilrouc I'lrsl'lcnt. and ll. Wells
Cashier, of the ami nstned bank do aolemnly
m.arthat he above statement i Into to toe
best of our knoveledne and bedef.
F. 1IKOSH rrrsident
subscribed and aTnrn to before me this fib
day ol October, UT5.
' ALFItED COMINT.S
Notary 1'ublle. .
WlLLberecelvMlat my office betweeu tho
houraif'.iii'c)ocka. in., and b o'clock
ii m , until Uimrtay, uclonerisiii. isio.ioriur
nlibliiK the raaterluliirdoin Ihe Work, or both,
for Ihe construction and reconstruction or cer
tain aldewaUa under ontiuanca.No. Ill ap
proved s-eniemlier lh, if7'i. xalrt ordtnam U
ublect to examination at any time at my offloe,
WM VUl-NCU AXl.EY,
Caiio. ftts., Oct. 7th. W. City Clerk.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
V IN THE CITY.
Gtooda Bold Very Close.
Oomer IBtk St. Mil OobwmtcUI Av
0, 0. PATIEX ft 00.
Largo stock ladles' furnishing goods,
to be sold very cheap ut C. llauny's.
Don't fall to see that handsome line
of Ladle' Tit and Ribbons at J. Burger
We are now selling bargains in
white shirts, also lu ull style? of gent's
lurulililug goods. Hk.ilbp.on A Weil.
-Our Domestic Department fa complete
lu all Its details, uud will be sold cheaper
than ever. J. Hurqkii L Co.
1-irgo stock of woolen goods, Han
tiels, lliieys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, ut C. Huiiny's.
For Embroideries and Laces, go to J.
Burger & Co.'., No. liM Commercial ave
nue. Large 3tock clothing to Ik .old out
without reset vc, at C. ilamiyV.
R Jones, tho Commercial nvetutc
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair ol boots to bo found hi the city.
Ladles, misses and children's under
wear nt very low prices ut J. Burger &
Wc received this week n large (sup
ply of ovcrcout3of all deicrlptious, and
otrcr great Indncementi. HmunoN &
The finest stock of dress goods, con
tlsllng of Casslineres, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, I'opllns, nt J. Bur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
Iargu stoek gents' furnishing goods
ut very low prices, at C. Hanny's.
For great bargains lu Flannels, call
on J. Burger & Co. They have tlm best
assorted stuck In the city, and ."ell them
at astonishingly low prices.
We have ou hand 2.000 yards ot
rcinimiiU of calico which wu oQer at six
cents u yard. Heilbron'& Weil.
II you waul u good Custom-made
lady's or miss's shoo call on J. Burger
Large stock of carpc fa, oil cloths and
matting, ut greatly reduced prices, ut C.
A very large assortment of German
town yam, Bermah zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this depart m nt
lu all shades and colors, at J. Burger fc
fflTHE ALEXANDER COUNTY
BANK WILL FAY INTEREST ON
DEFOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. Large stock of domestic print?, mus
lins, aud tickings, at low prices, at C.
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those content
plating keeping house, to their large
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This fa their first season In that
line, and tire confident of suiting all in
the latest designs.
BIG INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWI'ERTHWAIT & PHILLIPS'.
Shawls and Cloaks of all thu late
styles ranging from the cheapest lo thu
finest. J. Burger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
arc able to undersell any hou-e In the
city. Call and be convinced.
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are made.
.lecialtles by R. Jones, the Commercial
avenue boot aud shoe mauuli'ctiircr
Give him a rail.
Wu will not be undersold by any
body In the linn of clothing, us we oiler
such bargains that will induce the
closest buyer to purchase. Come and
look at our stock and be convinced.
HuiMUioK & Wui !., 1 12 and MJ Com
A series of lectures under the auspi
ces ot the members ot the Library AfO
elation for the establishment of t public
library lu Cairo, will be held alter
nately nt the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstaln churches. Thu following he
dies and gentlemen have kindly cou
edited to lecture, commencing:
Oct. 5. Mr. 8. P. Whev er.
" 12, Mrs. W. R. Smith.
" 19, Rev. Charles A. Ollbert.
" 26, Mre. II. Wardner.
Nov. 2. Pror. G. O. Alvord.
" 0, Dr. G. U. Parker.
" 18, Dr. II. Wardner.
" 23, ( I'o be tilled).
" 29. Dr. Wm. R. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Wm. II. Green.
" 21, Mrs. O. G. Alvord.
O. O. E. Gosu, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
A rine Nloeh.
Wm. Ehlcrs desires to Inform hfa pat
rons uud the public generally, that hu has
now on hand a large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip uud Morocco, aud fa
prepared to manufacture, lor Btoru and
otHce wear, tho finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Boots ; and for fartm .
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip standi above anything ever
offered In this market. Hfa Lust are uf
thu latest styles, and hu can guarantee u
fit and satlslktlon to ull his patrons.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy rcllel lor young men troin the
etrect of Errors uud Abuses lu early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkablu remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, in sealed
onveloDes, Address Howard Associa
tlon, -119 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having n high repu
tation for honorable conduct, and proles
slonul skill. 8.24-d&w3m
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
cared without pain or Inconvenience, ut vour
home in todays. Medicines for out three .
trtaUaeut sent free to any uddicis oa receipt of
live dollars. BUteumouut used dally
AddltNS. F. ft. IlUDIlAltU. 21. U.
Manager St. faiuislueuriute Ifoipital,
OiBceltll Olive Stmt, St. Louis,
Drunkenness Cured !
u'hhmii inmneeulencc. at your home Anil-1
dote sent fre to anj addre-s on receljil nt' one
r. ii. uuniiAitD, m n.
Manager St. l-outs luebrtata Hosplit.
offlee-UU Olive Street, sit. Lvnis.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Mmphi
Steam Packet Co,,
Tb. unrlralltd si.le.wh7,tr,r,
u u ronxen , . jiv
KB. It. Thomas u
Hill lca.Tr Ktnnsvlllo for Cnjro every MO.N UA T
andTHirH.1li.O all o'clock i. m.
I.enves Cairo every TUK-sUAY and rilltJAY.M
The elerant lde-wnel ktrara'i
IUv ItnWARti ...MflSlrr.
WAL.cn 11. I'essi.motos' .. Cleik
VIll lrave l.vanivlllr, for Cairo every TUK1-
ni'i1 1 A Y nt 4 o'clock p.m.
tjltll.M nt iJo'clncfc u. m.
lk p. m.
Tlv elepict rldc-whncl ntearr.'t
'J.0'1" 9.?Tr -..JlMU-e
Mat. Williams Clerk,
Leaves Kvanaritle for Cairn evrrr WIIDN'E?-
O.iY andnA'l CIIAIiY atop. m.
Uavrsualroeicn- IIIUItsD.vYaud fP.SDAY
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
wlUi flrat-clas, stianwri for si. Louis, .Mem
Phis i ami New Drliuui, and at KvausTltle with
the K Jtt, It It rurallpolntsNorihaud East,
a.lltn LouUvIUe stall meamers lo.ntt
Hjuto ou the , Upit Ohio, Klvlnx UiroUKhre
ceiuti un fn-I.Khlo nii't m-!cii'(rn to all polM
Korfnrth r Information nnply to
fOU. MILVEU, Vwtmg cr Ascr.t,
Or to il. j. liHAStllr.i;.
Superintendent and Uencrnt Freicht Aneat,
i'-o-ju-iy. r.vanri iiic inmitnu,
I'nqiiPMtliiiinlily I hp beat analnliieit
wnrk ur Ihe hlnil In the World."
N'OTicr.s or TtiK rnniw.
The cv r m.-n a-inir clrctifatlnn ot this
.i-ellcnt montbly pnivtr its cnrtlrucil
udap ton to ijiufar derlres and needs In
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lil. r It us one ot tin. educaior- a well as
cnt-iiatiers ..f the publuralnd forltavsst
iiup.ifar ty has been w n by no ai peal to
s upld rejttdlees nr depraved tastes. bo?
t. n OlotiP.
Tbu ebatneter which this Mauaztnc possesses-
furviirlu y cnterirl-e.arllstie.Wealtb,
and Itcniryci'lturothnt bu kept pace with,
Ii it ha- not led tho times, should cause its
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lseo cy. It lso em tics them Vj a terent
claim upon the public gratitude The
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