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I ) CUT MOOIHTIXS
AfJCALON LOUUK, NO. 61.
Knight ot l'y tlitas, nuxu every Fri
day night nt liair-ptut seven, in Odd
Fellows' 1111 .Ino. II. OossMAt,
Chancellor i oniranndrr.
ALEXANDER I.ODOK, NO. il.
,jMBK Independent Order uf Odd-Fel-;hBD
loTn. meet every Irnrwiay hUbt
'npe , half-jmit seven, tu their nail on
Commercial muuu , biteii ftlxUi aui Mrculh
tritu. T J. Uh1H N. J.
1AIKO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O F.
VlnOiM-Fellon ' Hull on lbs first nm
llienla In ovcry month, i.t lialf-ut ncvrn
II Oiwuly, U. r.
riil vil'l-eeiiow - jiMU on lim urzirujii ujiru
A CAIilOLODafc,NO.T7,A.r. A A M
lloldrezular communications In Ma
tonic lull, comer Umimrcltl avenue
' Annd Clfclitti alriet, on On iv-cond and
ouxin aionuar M evui inonui .
This U a now stylo of plc.uro now be
Injr produced by Win, Winter, the HitUt,
ol thin city. Thou pictures are crcutltir
much Inti'iiiH In all tlie principal Kii'teru
and Western cities. beliijrsdto:ether new.
They tire unlike photograph, being
raised and beautKully ennmeled ovrr the
entire surface, coil In tone, but dUtlnctln
the light nnd shades. No one who w-c
them fnlli to admire them, or to jrlvo the
artist an otde r. We have bern shown
number of pictures of well-known ladle
and gentlemen of the city, mid have no
hesitation in prnunitnclnjrlheni perfectly
splendid. We would therefore) advise all
who lake InU nvL in such mntteri or de
sire pictures to call upon Mr. Winter at
hU jrallery anil examine his work In this
new branch of the shadow-capturlutf art,
LunH llrrhrrt hns FII.HKKKK.
A at rr Clinurp.
The Wectern TenneM-e Ajirlcullunil
and Meo.liHiilcjil ApjocLiIIoii. of .lackou.
TennefiMv.will hold their Fourth Annual
Exhibition on the 26th to IWlli of October.
Inclulve, 1MB. at which lime then-will
be dully ale of Hock, atfrleullunil im
plements, i te.. tuxklnx It out of Ihe most
important TiiectlnjfR everh"Id Inthe ijtate.
Kriu your tock and lmplement.
J.so. '. Ki;mi, I'rcaldent.
Thoi. Claiik. !:ecretary.
( Ulrrn I'lrniiert
I'ersoni. Iiaviii'elteriis ntcdiujt pump
inj: out and repairing wn have it dune
promptly anil at price t t suit the time,
by enlllnjr mi J. rf. llawkhiA. (,roj'treet.
I have a man and pintip employed all the
time (or tlie purpowi. 0-IO-lf.
Eviry,'Ofly tr knot tiut nu pltce to get
A riiKMiih shn e.
A K. d h.iin no.
A la-bl Ualile ll'ilrtU.
O 311) li i t,l lillf,
l i ih lit.i) uk anil. H.u;ii:r.'
Si r, co ncr Kurlith ui.tt Coiinn nUI.
U-l( J. OtMIUlte MKINIIOUSB.
ril.nr.MERnl l.onlt llrrbert'a.
Dr. Sherman, tlie great SM-elul-
IH. MK) NurlVi Sixth rtrivt, lia hIii.iI an
enviable n-piilalluii hi the ptitly iikiiiiht
In widen he tn-at all chmnie dlteuM.
St advertUenieiit fur hUn-at Syphllllie
Erudicitor, lnilir.H.fl by tin im dieul f.t
culty everywhtre. 0-18-ljr.
Knllrr r K' iiiimhI
C. Koch ha removed hU Iwot nnd
Mloe "hop friiin the nld ot.iinl to hi."
nw biick huildhii; (one block below),
?so 00 Coininerciiil avenue, lietueeu
Kilih .ind .l.th f.tn-et-, h. re he will
Lei p tlie li 'l In me made and St. l.ntii
ciifHiin nude ImtiH and .hoe", made of
the beit material : pM.d workmate-hip
and In tl.o lii'-l Mjle. All order-,
proinplly atten ,i ,1 to. d--tl.
PIIENKU at Lou! llerlrt'-.
To Hit 'llliena ii r rulro.
I would Inlorm ni) in my trii-niU. tint I
ui still In tin' illction liUnlll f, Had real
tu attend to all mW- tlmt nut otter. M)
long expeiln'ce in thin I n - ti n ed i,u
couiuivut-l Is no ritue t u my par.,
and purtlei eutn rtlng nnud. t- iu) e. ie
rated no be Hindu a- I um nn "rqulli'' ir
uovke In tb builne-;.
tip, ct 1 uticiiiloii Klven to rchle-t ite -nd
oui-xoor a!c, a I h e ::eer mlric niak
n,y a rale. D lUhTMAN, Aiictlimc r,
Ourneri-ixtUftrictand Couiiuereial A v.
elleioiM-l'Il.hl".M:H-l I.oiiN Her.
A Mu, I l.iinnilry.
It is now conceded that Mi;. Colf-mr.n,
the 1 urjiUcn, i . li l'ouitli r'.reot, lie
tweea rt' idiint m & O daiiU'rct d uveimc,
Uitiocoo t'to b bt co 'ducted I.iUlidry . i.
tablirbm Mh n the city, and IuiiIIuhIm ol
hotel- and hoardiu;: bottiei a ill tintl It to
their 6dvatito to call upon her
Her 'rleiH urn ni lollops : Until and
lioanllng-liou-c wa-hliig. "S coats per
dozeo. Fot piece work prces ate
as tollow: Slntclo elilit and c 1
lir, tor; p r dozen 6 c; cock- fio; two col
lam, rc;twi htndkeroblel-, 5o; vcts SOu;
end all (.'entlcmen's wear. 80c pT
dozen, l.adlea' ilrefcHon, 2! to M ;
tklrt-l'i to U0-j driwr 0 to 13c; two
pair linne c; two co'larnO to I c. Knr la
dle' plain clothe- ?1 p r dozen; (or In
dleetlno c othB, 9 ! P'r dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delUered. I'a
tronage tolielted S-S'-lm
A sliver plated No. 9 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at SS3. Will be sold at S20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ol the
city ol Cairo at $2 60 each (halt price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at S7i. Will be mi t jilo
discount" and ordered direct from
A $00 Remington Sewing Machine
$30 off for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe maiiufaciuier.
Pleturi'siut) America" 18 numbers
botind'Ui J volumes, full gilt Morocco;
A style "E." Ulouvli, Warren &
uo,'" ranor wrguu. rigut irom ine me-
tory at Detroit, hisr price, jskjq. will
be soltl fot 1200.
A new two-lion Gamble wagon.
Tor any of the above articles, apply nt
tlwBnMniKOllto. K, ABuiWBiT.
HATEft WF ABVKBH HIXU.
KJ"AI1 bills for advertitlarf, re due and pay-
Tranuout advertising wlU l; bunted atths
ruts uf 1 w persjoare fur the tlrst in-wilion
ead Suo-nti fur eiteb au'j-eiuenL orm. A lib-n.l
discount will be uudo un atrtiJIuif and display
Looil iiulicct, luiliiMior clherwlv, will be
cWtffd tea ctitli j,cr llti"; fur tho first iad Ur
cents fur cadi ddltlunnl InTtlon, (counting
fivr Hum nnd upffurd) j discount xl I U- ttuele
ein-r tblnl Initrllun.
Church, Society, KMtlval tnd 8uncr u-iticpi
will uuly be Invited ninuUcrtl-i'muiO!.
For lu-irtli, l uiiernl uotlc 9i '0 Notice of
rnwtiuK of micietlM o. -iti orders tu iy;nt for
'oiverti'm.l., ill i,erclveiliitltlhan
an oVAC.sii;sf r.
r9AnnouMceiuBnta & caah-lnvarla-bly
in aivance. No axoeptloua to thus
Kbltnn IlL'LtiTlx:- re.uc unnotiticc H'll, A.
I1KU.M AN a- n camlldilcrorllieiilUccof ouuty
TieMurrriind Anaor m tbe iUiUiok Nottru-Urrk-cilim.
Wo are inthorltol to anaounre JOHN' A.
Hi I.V u candid! lur tlwofflw of uuntv
i tra nrcr and Aaeior, ct the riniiiBK Korcm
W ar nUthrirUbd In Knnnunn .ItlllV I
IIKI.V aa acaiidilati-f,ri 'ountyTriwurrrattho
rcMiing no rrair fiction
l Olt C0HMI15I0.VKI!.
We are auihorlitd to aiihnuu c I he nam of
l.Kllltlir. IV. i SIM J.8 or 1 1, el.!, n. m run
illdatffiirtlic oHrnf t unly i'oinmle!oiir of
aicuuui'rooumjr a; inoentmng Miction.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1875.
Local Wrttltaer Rrwrl.
CAim, ill., Oct. i;,i7:.
Uah. t Tar..
W'lSt) I VCL. I W&1TH,
7 a m
A t'oob Wnnleif.
A goKl cook wanted Immediately at
the Hl'llktin olllce.
No more dust for a fiw days.
I. Farnbaker Is In the city again.
('rauberries are In the tuarkit again.
Judge llro is expected home from
I'o la to-day.
N dhliig done in police Qirc!t yefter-
Choice cratdA-rrles at the New-
I'ln; weathi r wa cool but pleasant
ifter the rain ventetday.
We are soon to have a clrctt and me-
uagt.rie In Cairo.
Ihe AleaHiirtrr Ciiunly Rank will
my Interval ou cl.ioall lu the un-
liiK d p.irtnienl.
John C. White has got home from
The idreet and sidewalks are becotn-
Ml.' euxered with the tailing leaves.
1 hose Willi ntil winter limit Mlould
call im It. June. Conmnrclal hviiiu.'.
HI- stoek nt Fniich and Uonnlie talf
eklu- the Ii-bI ill tile market.
.Mi. Jackit in. ot New York city, ia In
the city, w-iliug her sister, Mn. (iuixl
rich. The I'adiic.ih and Cape Girardeau
fair, which have been in pnigrc dur
ing the pa-t wirk. will both eloe to-ilay.
lltii tner I- frescoing the bar-room
of tin- Planter-' Hniie. ami making other
Imprnvi tin nt" in thelntel,
Htiefner ha the hind-quarter of a
hear, which he will serve up to hi- hoard
ers at the I'iniiters' to-morrow.
The Cairo fc Vineeiines railroad com
pany's incline will benndy lor u-e, we
are told, on Monday morning.
For cork-wiled hoots or shoe-', go to
I!. Junes, the Commercial avenue boot
and rhoe maker. Ho i a tlri-t-elass work
man and iie or fall"-1" pleae.
1'hi auction .iie o furniture at the
belliliiuleo lion I y'MnhiV luoruillg was
attended by a l.n ge munlier of people.
And now it is ald Hut anoiher mar
riage will mioii take place, iu f 'uiro. be
tween two highly esteemed young folks.
Wilson, tin: Spiritual advUer. will
again visit Cairo In leceniber. Instead of
November, as Hated by us it dayortwo
-New hams ami breakfast-bacon at the
New York Store.
Wu are Informed by good authority,
tlmt the report that the Illinois Central
railroad company have bought the Mis
sissippi eutral road is untrue,
Mr. Summons, of Thclies' who has
announced himself as a candidate, for
County Conimi.-sloiier, at tin November
election, is still in the city.
Mr. James Bennett, formerly ot this
city, has returned, to remain for good,
and has accepted a podtion under the Illi
nois Central railroad,
--Miss Fannie Lyon and Mr. Theodore
Catrigan were married at the residence of
fl 1 1 a a llftalit'u t'ntllair SIM I Vitdu cltmi.l lias tl. i
... ,...i ..r,.i, ,u
Rev. Mr. Gillhatn. ou Thursday evening.
-The Rev. Mr. Gilbert was out ystcr-
Inyidlerm or a ride, alter being con-
tin. tl to the house for several days with a
severe attack ol inflammatory rheuma-
Large stock dry goods, without re-
serve, at very low prices, at C. nanny s. i
The Parish school III change iptar-
ers ou Monday morning. The school
will hereafter he held In the building at
tin cornerol Thirteenth street and Wash-,
-Among the distinguished arrivals at
the St. Charles yesterday were T. ('.
- ... aw . ft l I
Irvine ol New irK. y-'' isewcnmn
ol Cincinnati, N. Jacobs of Louisville,
J. II. Finn ol Chicago, and J. M. stone
of Canton. Mississippi
-The people of Mound City were so
much delighted with tin musical ceii-eit
given by Mr. Goodh a at Stokes' hall, on
Wednesday evening, that lliey urged lit
repetition on Thursday.
were lurgi ly attended
The lollowlnc ill.it
heard trom a little trundle-bed the other
evening: First youngster "Ood can1
make Himself Just as Utile as Ho want
to,cmi't le?" t-Vicouil yoitiigcr Yes, j
lie can make Ilium-It so little tlmt lie
cui'd ride horseback on llltlu llnl."
First youngster "Yes, IK1 could ni ike
llltum-lf go little that He could ttund on
my eyebrow." In liiilf a trluute they
were In the land of dreams. I
Two of Cairo's young men have
abandoned tin: life of single blessedness,
mid taken to IheiiiH'ives partners for
llle. May thflr lives be Ion;, prosperous
and happy, U the nincero wlih of the
The amusement season haa como.
Two showi an. looked for the litter pait
ol this mouth. Milton Noble's lln alrl -
cal troupe openrj on the 21st, and stays
three nights. Rothchlhl & Co's Royal
Victoria menagerie and clrcin will be
here on the 27th.
The young ladles nnd gentlemen of
tills city should not torgct that u rpleiidid
opportunity is now afforded them by
Mrs. Granger, to learn the art of short
hand writing. Mrs. Granger can be toutid
at I'houograpic Institute, corner Wah
ingtou avenue and Fourteenth street,
J. Burger & Co. have now on hand
the most elegant stock ot 2 and 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
ure determined to sell them at remark
ably low figures.
Little children should be taught not
to trifle with oxen. A little child, while
playing near a team of theso brutes yes
terday, near this establishment, ex
cited the anger of one of the animals, and
it made a lunge at the youngster, who
was barely saved Irotu a trightlul gor
ing by the driver, who was seated iu the
A. M. Fetilield, the man arrested by
ueputy siierirt Htieenan a lew !tty ago
fwr forging a check for seventy-live dol
lars, and obtaining lb) money on the
same, ou the Alexander County bank of
this city, was given a hearing before
Judge Bird yeiterday sfteruoou. lie
was held to bull in the sum of three hun
dred dollars, to answer the charge at the
next term of the circuit court. He weut
L. D. Akin & Co. Harness and sad
dies, collars, whips, etc. Those favoring
us wiih their patronage will tlnd a com
pli-le l.ne of goods trom which to select
at bottom prices. 1U5 Commercial avenui
Repairing done and second hand harness
for rule. lt13 Ot
On Iburnlay night two uu-iubcr of
the BULLl.Tl.v corps elltaiin d the repll
taliou ol the boys as pugilists, by si-uar
lux llicniMlyca and Miidiculiug their
wounded honor by making a lew angry
pauses at eacll other, and then sub-Wed,
winding up the affair by shaking hands
acios the bloody cliu-ui and swearing
eternal friendship for the future. Iu tlds
they exhibited tlie only good -eiise that
char.ic.erized the whole proceedings.
And still another marriage comes to
,. Mr. D. C. Axtell. superintendent
of this divi-Ioii of the St. Louli. Inm
Mounialn and Southern railroad, was
married on Thursday to a fair l.idy ol
Little Ruck, named May Cautrell. Mr.
Axtell and hU bride are now on their
way to Sew York unit other large ellles
ol tlie hist, where they will remain
sciine days, and then return to
Cairn and take up their abode at the
St. Charles, where Mr. A. has secured
Remember tin grand ball ol the An
cient Order ol Hibernians atScheel's hall
on the 18th !nt. A good time may be
The I'ulaskl Patriot says : "It ni-m
to be a matter of uuivcr-al regret by our
citizens that tin Cairo t Vineeiines rail
road have found it ticcecsary to di.-cui-Untie
the Mound City Accommodation
train, for it wan a matter of great conven
ience to our people iiotwlth-tanding It
involved a lors to tlie company. Major
.Morrill, however, proposes to put ou a
Inlulit train as soon as tlie budne-? of the
road will justify it. to leave Cain) at 0
o'clock p. m. and arrive at Cairo at 10
o'clock a. m. This will pivo our people
the advantage of having the whole work
ing day lu Cairo.
Tlie Milton Noble Combination is
billed for three nights' performance at
Ihe Atlit'iieum. They will open the regu
lar dramatic season iu Cairo, and should
be well siipjiorted during their stay here.
" Bohemians and Detectives" is their
specialty, and it is represented by the
press of other cities ns a drama lull ol
thrilling interest. This excellent com
bination g traveling southward, mid
commenced its dramatic season further
north under favorable auspices, and we
hope that the citizens of Cairo will
patronize it In a liberal maimer. The
three nights set apart for its short seiinon
are the 21st. 22d and 23d of this mouth.
The following is taken from a late
issue of the Alton (III.) dally Teltqroph:
'The N. G. Lodge of the U. B. O. F. of
the United States is now in session iu this
city. The following representatives are
present: Frank Washing o i, Evansvllle,
Intl.; W. J. Bartholomew. Sparta. Ill
. i .
v, ii. hiiswortii.Altoii.nl.; ll.U. Keer,
St. Louis. Mo.; J. W. Williams, Sparta,
m,. j. Ti Alll.llt Caro, t. Uull, Wm.
Walker, Alton. III.; .1. H. Burbridge,
Paducah, Ky., and others. Tlie lodge
bvKm lls Sl.ss,0 oll Mull(uy aml co.
tiuues diiiim; the week. The meetinifs
are held at Ihe hall of the Alton Lodge, 1
on Statu street, between Second and
a very good audience was at thu
Alheiieu n la-t night to see "Caste" and
Harlequin Jackanapes," oy the Boating
Association. The ladies und irentlcuieii
In ihe cits te of the first play seemed some-
what mure at home than ou their former
I .It. I .1. t
appearance, mm uiu nieir pans Willi a
great deal, more sell-possesslou. which
tuldcd greatly to the stiecess of the enter-
I taiumeut. Owing to ihe tulsforiuno ot
Mr. W. 11. Morris, wlioae sprained ankle
would not permit him to take part iu thu
play, Mr. Charles Hardy personated
the character of EcelrS," and played thu
part to thu satisfaction ol the atldilors.
Harlequin Jackaunp ;s. or thu 1 rl.ils of
SluiBln Simon" was well iloue, and ere-
cu mttcii merriment.
Don't forget that Fred Koehler will
have that eleven huiidred pound beef on
wile this morning. This Is uuUonbtedly
the tallest and tendcrest beef tlmt hai
been killed In Cairo for many a day, mid
no lover of jtood meat should tall to se
cure n ateak, roa.it, etc., lorn Sunday din
ner. Mr. K. announces hh determination
to keep on hand In the future the Very
be.it beef that can be found In the coun
try, which will be good news to those
wlio can appreciate a tfood article. And
U should not be forgotten that he will
have on Maud thh morning and hereafter
the best of sausage and other meats, and
thoie who know Mr. Koehler will agree
with m that he will do what he says,
' hop, corner of Washington avenue mid
To Ihe I'rnde.
Choice line of coffee mid sugar jiut in,
at the New York Store.
'Ihe Very Beat.
It is now conceded by those who know.
Unit Anthony Kntus, of the ExceUlor sa
loon, corner of Fouriieiith strut and
Washington avenue, spreads lunches that
cannot be excelled. Hlsfialoon Is becom
ing a popular place of report; It Is tasty
and neat, his liquors ure llrtt-chuM, and
he treats his customers with all due cour
tesy. He will spread another Hue lunch
Saturday night, big enough for all who
may honor him witli a cull, and tin wants
all to come and partake ol IU
Sh HurhwiieMi Hour
for sale at the New York Store. Also
self-rising buckwheat Hour, In boxes, for
family tue. ll-16-10t
Trimmed and uiitrimtnud hats, wrap
pers and dresse-, and in tact everything
iu that line can be found at the Inweit
rtitp; at Heilbron & Wull's.
.Steamer Jim Fisk. 1'aducah.
" Red Cloud. Evansvllle.
" Sie.OeiieVleve. Vlcksbtirg.
" B. 11. Cooke, Evansvllle.
" T. R. Heline . Greenfield.
Tow-boat Bee and barge., St. Lotii?.
Steamer Jim Fisk, 1'aducah.
" Red Cloud, Evansvllle.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
B. II. Cooke. Evansvllle.
" Arlington, New Orleans.
" T. It. Scluies. Greenfield.
P.IVEK AND WUATllKK.
The river last evening was 10 feet
2 2-5 inches on the gauge, having been
stationary during the previous twenty-
Considerable rain fell night before last.
but Ihe weather was clear and cold again
The Arlington cleared for New Or
leans loaded as ilecn as she could swim
tJii; I'. K. scluies drought owr a
lot ol corn which was shinned unon the
I'll" Ked Cloud looks pretty ns a
peach, iltey say, hut brougut only n glim
trip ulglit belure last.
The ti. II. Cooke was out very early,
yesterday, with a moderate ty 0f
i he B' e und barges made large ad
ditions, and am, mg others the hull of
Cipt. Ruiuo.e'a wiurt-boat
lucre uiu-t nave tx-eu lively times at
Memphis when tue Ue.tu aim iIoviiid
were loading. 1'hey ure rival packet iu
the Mempuis and Netv Orleans trade,
and it is reported began by cutting rates.
1 he Howar I got SuO bales eotlon, 1,500
eucka cotlou-su-d uutl lilieeti ieople. 'Ihe
Dean gut lnny people. 400 bales cotton,
3ootMies hay aim 2 A) barreia dour. When
their hour of deperture came etotds of
people ii-m lunlcil upon Ike bank to se
the Vickslutrg Herald of the 12th
says : "Capt. tswiveloi tlie John B. Maude
w;t lu the city y esterday, and made a
proposition to the Cotton exchaugu to
put his boat hi tlie trade between here
and New Orleans, provided they Would
sustain him by giving him their cotion,
which lie agrees to carry at 76V. Tlie
proposition is under consideration. The
John B. Maude left Vickburg Monday
lor New Orleans with 2,200 hales cottou."
"Seneca" writing to the Sun yesterday
Don't think that I have given up
the hope of seeing our city tilled up. or
that Ihe work cannot be done as I sug
gesied. I have not. But I was waiting
lor two tva-ons : one is I want some one
else to speak to the point ; I want the
sugg stion discussed. Tin idea occurred
to me in thinking ofeoniethlugto relleyo
us of sipe water anil high side
walks, and uioro 1 think of it. the more
feasible it appears. The other reason is
that I have been trying to gather facts,
as well as discover the best reasot U for
our people to adopt sonin such plan ol
relict. When I get ready. I shall trouble
you again, in the meantime I hope to
hear others speak the civil engineers in
the city for Instance, anil the largo prop
As we before stated there arc responsi
ble parties who will contract to till up
tlie low places iu tlie city nt figures very
much lower than twenty-five cents per
yard, it our peopln want the work dotie.
and If It Is true that other parties are go
Ing to bear the expenso of protecting
thu endangered levee, wiiy may not
"Seneca's" project be set on foot ? It Is
what wo need above all else to
insure permitieiit growth and pro
tection from luturo sickness, and as
we are certain the work would cost
comparatively little, our people ought at
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leasi io iiiiuu ncumiaij uuuui mm navo u
performed If possible. Whero is the
(Wizens' Association? It has it commit-
tee ou drainage orgauued to consult upon
this very subjict. and we would b gltd
to hear from it,
Wad PtrAitiMENT Umu itaeonr,
Oct. IS. IJ74.
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LYNCH HOWLEY S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lauds lu Alexauder county.
'Winter's Block" aud "Winter's
A largo number ol desirable Resi
dences, and excellent vacant Lot), suita
ble for bulne houses and re-ldeticej.
Winter's Block- suitable for Hotel,
Ofiicc3 or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1. 7, 8 and 0, In
Winter's Row, S rooms each, for 510 ju r
One-linlf of No. 1(1. (corner) $12 CO 7
That desirable double Cottage on
corner of Thirteenth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial
avenue, betwten Tenth and Eleventh
streets, suitable for Dwelling and Busi
ness. Upper floor ofhulldlng next to Com
mercial (Wavcrly) hotel.
Two small Houses weft of Twenty
sccoud street, near Pine, $1 each per
Dwelling house, on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man A- Co.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lots ou Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots in different
Lamb, iu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Don't forget t
If yon want tinware, stoves etc.that A.
Hallcv has changed his nlace of buslni'u
and can now be found at 115 Commercial
avenue, nest door to the Arab engine
house, where he will be pleased to Fee
you and giro you bargains as of old.
Inters! on Drpoalla.
The Alexander Caunty Jianhwill pay a-
ttrat on drporitt in tin livings depart
A. Halley has removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers aud
as many new ones. 0-30-tf
l OHla Herbert ham FIMK.1KR.
A desirable cottage for rent, with two
lots, good cistern, three rooms, with din
ing room, kitchen, aud pantry, corner
Division street und Washington avenue.
Euqulre of J. Q. Harman or Jim O'Cal
lahan, corner Fourteenth street and
levee, Cairo, III. 10-13-flt
Heilbron & Weil's is the only place In
town where you can tiud a complete line
of babies' cloaks, babies' robes, babies'
merino shawls, babies' bonnets, and In
fact everything In the baby lino.
A No. 1 New Trading Boat ; couuters
and shelving all complete; GO feet long,
feet beam. Will be sold at a bargain
U called tor soon. 11i:sry Havuus.
WWMw K Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
Corrtetrd dallr br K . M . Sttarni. commission
meri-hant, secretary of tbe toiro Uoard of
Dour, according to irnide 61 efts on
Corn, mixed, molted ccc
Corn, vclilie, rucknl e-io
O.ta, mixrd 4Vo
llran, per ton SIS PO
Mel, .itaru dried. S
llutler, cbolcv Northrrn C7(4-e
llniter choice .-ouihtra lllinola Vtt!!lvc
tags, per dnien -.'Qe
Chlcttenn. per doxen ii H3 to
Tiirti ja, perdoztn 7 ooto ro
Aniilta, choice, tier barrel a "'Sa 25
Apiilts, eomrami, uvrtiaml S w
i'otatoca. ir barrel I U
Unions, ear barrel .. 'J i0
OK'i'UitTof thu condition ol the Alexander
XV County Dank on tor et onuay lu October,
Loans and discounts CI,(i7 W
iir.rdrans ISO m
Variiituicuud axtan-t ft.ooo oo
Hue from other tuukaand bankers ... s,5W si
Cash on hand 7,731 no
x.X)ense8 !,Kii 07
.. I7.SO 17
, . i!,KU 70
Capital stock (S0,nO) p id lu
Due o he bunks and bankirs
Wc. Tredolln ilroa President and II. Wells
Cashier, of thtsatmie nninul ban It do solemnly
swear that he above statement is Into to the
best oroursnowleitno and Deiier.
i". ukus") i-rcJinciit,
subscribe,! and atrorn to before uie this SUI
day ol October, IS'i.
Al,l 111.1' WJII.iwa,
WILL bereceivisl lit my onto1 tttWKn the
houra of U o'clock a, m., and 6 o'clock
p. ni , until Mouctay, October ISth, ISTS.forfur
ntebliiK the nuiterial or dolnR the work , or b th ,
for tbe construction and reconstruction of cer
tain sidewalks under Ordinance .No. Ill ap
proved stpienibcr sth, 173. siuld ordinance I
rubject to examination at any time at tny offloc,
VM r'ltt.NUII AXIXY,
Caho. Ins., Oct. 7th. U'i. City Clerk.
WHOUS8ALB AND RETAIL,
IN TBE CITY.
Oooda Sold Vry Close,
Uorner lOtk St. and Ooaasnarclai Av
C. 0. PATHE 00.
Largo stock ladles' furnlshlnggoods,
to Ue sold very cheap at C. lianny's.
Don't fall to see that handsomy lino
of Ladles' Ties and Ribbons at J. Burger
We nro now sclllnjf bargains in
white shirts, alio lu all styles of gent's
lurulshitig good?. Hi:iLBr.o.s A Wiil.
-Our Domestli; Depart nient Is complete
In all its details, and will Ixj 10,j cheaper
then ever. t. Hukokr &, Co.
Large stock of woolen good?, tlan
nels, linseys and sheeting flannels, very
cheap, at C. Haimy's.
For Embroideries nnd Laces, go to J.
Burger A Co.'-, No. 124 Commercial ave
nue. Large stock clothing to be ?old out
without reserve, at C. Hatmy's.
R .loncs, the Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair ol boots to be found lu the city.
Ladies. mies and children's under
wear at very low prices at J. Burger ft
We received this week n large sup
ply or overcoats of all descriptions', aud
oner great Inducements. Ilt aunox &
The finest stock of dress gooib, con
sisting ot Casslmeres, Empre's Cloth'',
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplins, at .1. Bur
ger A Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue,
Largo stock gents' furnishing goods
ut very low prices, at C, Haimy'..
For great bargains in Flannels, rail
on J. Burger Jfc Co. They have the best
assorted stock in Um city, and cll them
ut astonishingly low prices.
Wo have ou hand 2,000 yards ol
remnants of calico which we oiler at six
cents a yard. Heilmioxa; Weil.
If yon want a good Custom-made
lady's or mhs's shoo call on J. Burger
Large stock of carpet?, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
A very large assortment of German
town yarn, Bermah zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this departm. nt
In all shades and colors, at .1. Burger &
ftarTHE ALEXANDER COUNTY
BANK WILL I'AV INTEREST ON
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. Largo stock ol domestic prints, mus
lins, aud tickings, at low prices, at C.
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping house, to their largo
ktock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This is their first season in that
line, and are confident of suiting all in
the latest designs.
BIO INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN CIGARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPERTH WAIT & PHILLIPS'.
Shawls and Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
finest. .1. Burger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, aud
are able to undersell any house In the
city. Call ami be convinced.
Flue, ue.it und stylish box-toed
stitched bouts aud shoes are made
specialties by R. Jones, Ihe Commercial
avenue boot anil snou matiuiacturer.
Give him a call.
Wc will not be undersold by any
body In the line of clothing, us wc ofler
such bargains that will Induce the
closest buyer to purchase. Come and
look at our stock and be convinced.
Uuliiuok & Wuti., 142 and 114 Com
A series of lectures under tue auspi
ces of the members ol the Library A o
eiatlou for the establishment of a public
library in Cairo, will be held alter
nately uttlu; Presbyterian, Methodist ami
Chrlstaln churches. Thu following la
dies aud gentlemen have uiwdly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Oct. 5, Mr. S. P. Whee cr.
' 12, Mrs. W. R. Smith.
10. Rev. Charles A. Gilbert.
' 29. Mrs. II. Wnrdner.
Nov. 2, Prof. G. O. Alvord.
" 0. Dr. G. G. Parker.
" 10, Dr. H. Wardncr.
" 23, (To bo tilled).
" 29. Dr. Win. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kate Thompson.
" 13, Hon. W111. 11. Green.
" 21, Mrs. O. O. Alvord.
C. C. E. Goss, Sec'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
A rine Mock.
Wm. Ehlers desires to inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now ou baud a large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is
prepared to manufacture, for store aud
olllce wear, the finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Boots ; and for f.u 1.1 s,
draymen andout-door wear generally, Ills
French Kip stands above anything ever
offered in this market. Ills Lasts are of j
the latest styles, and he can guarantee a
fit and satUfatlou to all his patrons.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief tor young men from the
effect of Errors and Abides in early life.
Manhood restored. Impcdhuentsto Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, In sealed
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion. 419 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable (.induct and profes
sional skill. 8-21-d&w3m
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured without ain ov Inconvenience, iitvoiir
homo lu 10 days. Medicines for Uret three r
treatment teut free to any addins on receipt of
live dollars, 8lat amount ued dally
Addrras. l 11, UUtiHAltD U. O.
Manager 6t. Louis Inebriate Hospital.
OlUce till olive street, t. LouU
Drunkenness Cured !
iviihnnt liiMiireulencc. at vour home Antl-
dote cnt free to an address on receipt if ono
F.U, HUBBARD, M D,
Muruxer St. I.ouli lucbrlata llosplil,
Oatcc-Ull OUtc Street, (. Louli.
EMvlll, Cairo anS MmpMs
Steam Packet Co.,
nd all way Un-hagsT
tbf unrlralled sMe-iTheM atmw
D G. rotvttn...,
tD, It. TUOMAS..
The rleiraBt lifr-wli4 afenmrr
Will leuie l.vansvllla for Cairo trer- Tltvq
... ',V and t'Kl.MYst t oclii?k jiti .
1 Jim v L? rTTf' KKHliw nnd 1 VI
I'ltllA nt ') o'clock . ra .
The eleapint sidc-whttl atmmn
............ 1,101 w.
Iive i:ranvll!c for Cairn cverr V.'KDNES
. DAY and SATUIIAUY nt S u. tn.
is-ivrntulrocrery ll(tlllAYand HJNJ'AY
u.K2cil '"l nakc-aelosn connections at Cairo
wl b flr.t-cUa ateamcra for si. LouU.Alem-
f'WJT V.1''?"1'''..0'"1. nt Kvatnilllewlth
Ihcfc AC.l! It. for all points North and fast.
und with the l.onltvlllu Jl.iil .iteuners fohall
tiolnt.iontho fiijivr Ohio, diviner throtiahte
cciiiis oafivJphta nnilja rniytri to all joint
I'er nirtli. r Infonnatioii oridr I"
f OL. StLVni., VnsjentTcr Apcnf.
ItALLIDAYmtOS., I .
J. 31. IMIILLll'S, ' Atftnts,
Or in 11 .1 ritiititiLn
Siiitrintcr.dcnt and (Jvrcrnl Freight Aarnit.
raiinrnllunalil- llm heat analnlncil
nork or ibo kind In the Worlil."
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