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1)11 IT HOCIJKTlES
ASUALON LOIHJK, .NO. Rl.
Knight ol lyt.'ila, mxu vtty ni
nny night mt half-put trn, iu Odd-
relluT' Hull .IKu. II liilKKMAN.
AI.EXA.NDKU l.UDtii:, NO ttl.
;'4PVHk ludtmltut Onkr r Odd-Kil-3JCBF
low's nwvte fuy HurriU) nLUit
JIJW at Imlr-tiatatsevciii In tlifir hull un
CoiuliimUl mctiuv, IMttn-ii sixth anO Miteuth
Ireeu. T J.ivmtii N. li.
tAllil) ENCAMl'MK.NT, 1. O. O F.t imrlR
in tjit'l-rVllnwrn' Itult ou the nrjtuml third
lit-mUt III every muiilli, at liull-ut wvi-n
Jso II UumiLV, C. I'.
A (;AII(Ul.UI)ljH. NO. 237, A. I". A A M.
ilnlil ityiiUr cuii)iiiuiilintliii In Mu
3Ji-iinlc Hull, wifiiiT 1-e.nimirrl it ntemie
' 'inn! Klililh Kln-ct, on tlie iwcmil nnd
"oiirth Momlur ofmcli niniitli.
This Is a new ty 1 of ple.itre now hi
tug produced by Wm. Winter, the rtlf,
ot thlt city. These pictures an; creating
much Interest In hII the principal Eastern
and Western eltlcbehigultngeilier new.
They are unlike photographs being
raised ami beautifully enameled over the
entltij purtiice, s.it In tone, bin dhtlnt t In
the light mid .-hades. No one who see
tin-in full" to admire them, or to give the
artist mi order. We have been shown a
number of pletua' of well-known ladles
and gentlemen of the eltv, and hate no
hesitation fti iroiiotiioltif tin-in perfectly
splendid. We would then-lore ndvle nil
who Hike Interest In such matter or de
aire picture-, to call upon Mr. Winter Ht
liU gallery and examine hi work In this
new branch of the shadow-rapturing art.
I. tnl-, Uri l.. rt linx I'll.iI'Mlll,
llon'l I'orset t
If yon want tinware, stovestlc.thnl A.
Hallcy ha changed his place of bninci
Tiiid can now be found ut 11. Commercial
avenue, next door to the. Arib engine
house, where he will be plewsed to no
on ntiil give yr.u bargain :t of old.
i l-lein- llciiiieil.
lVroni having cisterns needing puinjt
hig out nnd repairing am have it done
promptly and at pries n milt the time,
by calling on J. 8. Haw kin1. Cro" street.
I have a man and pump emploted all the
kiinc for the purpose. U-10-tf.
Everybody to klio Hint ho plat. tnf.et
A smooth tin t.
A (;ii'"l sham, oo,
A, lhli"iialilo liiiir-ni'.
Or .inyih n 1 that Hop,
1- ut Ihc (lllM) Uk 1KI. IMUUUU
Sh i', comer I-ik'titti ai.d C'omiu rclnl.
HS-tf J. tJK-IKOlS .Stkiniiousk.
PII.Ni:KU lit Limit llerlterl'
ef Hi'- Shermnn. ill'- great fcierlnl
ist. .VjO Noiih Sixth ureet. bn jiaimil an
enviable reputHiioii In the speedy manner
ill uhleh he treat- sill ehrolile ill-e;iM-.
Set- ndvcrlUeiiifiil fur hl-gnni Syphilltle
Eradleator, liidnmil by the uiedicid lit
culty evcrvulure. 0-1 j r.
Inli'rrhl tn lirnltH.
TA Al'JMiuler Conty Hunk teill jMy -terett
on dcHiiln in ths Moinpt iltjxxrt
r,tn', ' HhS-lm
.Volli e of It' inlll
C. Koeh ha tvinoviil liU boot and
shoe Mmp from the old stand to htf
new hi Ick building (nun block below).
Xo. W) i;nnimerel.il aveliut', bet wren
Fillb and Sixth Mreetn. uln ie he will
Kiip I he I w t heme iniidr :u d Si. I.nlii
c it 1 1 1 1 1 made bnoN and lloe. made of
the bert material ; good rl.ni;it-lii
and In the Iatei txh-i. All order.
promptly atteiid. d lo. tl.
PILsCNKll at LuiiU ll.tbeif..
To li fltUeiiM nl't'Mlrii.
1 would liiiorin ni) in my inend-. th .t 1
am ft 1 1 1 1" Hie iiction liiirin olid read
to ttilt'inl l all tale- ttiJl MiU; .11. r. i
(Olia e pel lei ce ill ihlf bun liu n i t t.o
:tnuiii'iil-1 ' no i r.f nine t u ni par ,
ajil partlrt ellin 'HtnJ i.inl t 111 e it
tjcel no bealialu I am no ".ijult'' r
t o ti c In ill IiUjImvv.
.p ei 1 atlctlibm nlvt-ti to re I o-t tto id
.iili-ionr :tlc-, u:i 111 e iieeriiilie uiaK
li t; a utile, l llAfTMAS, Ailetliu.e' r.
CorilOJ SiXtti tr.et and Cuuiuieretnl A v.
ut I. mils Her.
.1 No. I l.annili j .
It iuow coucided that Jltf. t'tilciiiin,
ttio 1 UU 'les-, . li I'tm th street, lie
tween '"hutt u V C nini rcl lavunuv
h m one o t'iu b t o diti'teil Inn n!i y -tnbi
plan i.t- n the eity.iuid liinlliint. ot
hotel-ulio buardlii 'iim-uti ill Unit ll to
their sdui.ti;t to call upon
Ur Tics arc as lollops: lintel
bo.irdlns-iiou c wailing, V cents
Aiueti. Kot piece work prlcon
ai inllow-: Sins'lo i-hiit and
Ur, 10c: p r dozen S c; sock-. 5c; two
lars, tie; IW luiidUerolilel", U-; vofti
mi ail centlfiiKMi'H-ear, mjb
dozen, billies' nre'C, U" t
Kin. l.i ! JO'", driW"r .0 to 15e;
pair h-c Sc; twoVo'luriO lo 1 e. for la
dles' plain clothe- 1 00 p-r doenj lor la
dlenlhio uiotli-9, $1 'i I'er dozen; done
iinmntlv. and nrouintlv delivered, l'a-
... - - -1- - .
A silver platetl No. !l WiUon Shuttle
.Sowing Machine, hard (piano) liul-li.
valued at SSS. Will bu sold at $20 rii--count,
on good terms, mid ordered direct
from the factory,
Colored and mounted Maps nl the
city of Cairo m 32 50 each (halt price.)
No. 0 Wilson yiiutilo Sewing Mit
erilne valued at $75, Will be sold at $15
tll'count, and ordered direct from the
A $00 Hemfiigton Sewing .Machine
$30 ufl for cash, Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
"Picturwquu America" IS nuinneni I
bound In i volunieH. full gilt. Morocco;
A Hiylo "Chunrli., Warren &
Go,'" I'arlor Organ, right from the fac
tory at Detroit. List price, s:!00. Will
be sold foi $200.
A new two-hori Gamble wagon.
For unv of the above articles, apply nt
th Bviuiis olltae. 12. A. IIurnutt.
hati;s or advi:uiisi.u.
I3.U1 1'illa fur tuhertiiliU, me Uucuuil pay-
lruiulat adverting will lc loaettct at tli
rxtu ut fl W ptriuie lurllie Urt limitiun
uml 'ji tciitt fur cddi uli'VU'Ut one. A bbvrul
l iiuciiiiil will Ijc mule oinUinlliig uud illiptuy
l;cal nulici, btMliieasor olhtririKe, rill be
f.ljarcl Un cents per lint: fur Ilia llrst awl U'r
cntt lur c arli n'lilltloiial limeiltun, (oiiinllng
lite llin-i unit i.pxaitl) t h iIIm-oUiH wl 1 f. muile
ulttr llilnl iiireriluti.
I'liurcit, Hm'tei), fenlltal iimt Supper nollco
w ill iinly lie uirirteit atadvi-tllwiueuK.
for iiitrrtbiit I'nneinl nullce o NotUcof
taitlliirf iil'mctttlej or tctret outers tj tents Tor
No uilvttlittincnt will We melted ut leat than
M wiil .
ail'Announociuetita 65 ca3'i-lnvarla.
blv i" i ivunco. No eCil!.:u iJ :5W
PniTOii lieLt.t.1I,:- Pi-nee ,nil,.jUt.Ce 'VJI. A.
lli:i.MAN it- m ca. illiluR. rorllicolUct!i.f utility
'Iieamirir uml AuMsuor fltllie mhu.ui; :otm
Itereleutloiii Wo are nalh'.rinl In un6mr J'llIV A
Itl I.Vi.m uejhill'Ule f.ir tlieolllco of tiimtv
1 ie-iirrr anil Annt-Kor, ut tlie cniiiltin Noitln-
WV uro iitithnriztit lo antionneu JOHN I
llKI t i ucainll'l:ilef .ri ounl Ireaturrratllit'
ii.uins ovcra'iere truon
Wis nrv nit'botljid to ann.iitn r tlie n.nne of
(I.Mltdi, U . - tMtt JN3 of lliclitt. a a ciii
li-ln'f l'r He ottiiv ft unty Hiiminluner of
AIi'XaiiiliTiXiUiiiy ut Hit. ciuufngt-ltctioti.
st'NUAY.orroncii i". is;:..
I (i en I tVenilier Itefiorl.
TImk. I Un. , Tiir..
t'KL. I WCATH.
an n7s (
: p.m. I w ess i
N W 1
, I'ooK ttllllleil.
A good cook wanted immediately nt
the Iti'LLtniN otllcc.
Col. Whuton I- In the oily again.
Mayor Winter bought tl pig ye-terriity
The church sociables are soon to be
inaugurated for the winter.
Choice craiibcrric- at the New
The lx-l ttocktif gentlemen's glove
in the city al O. Ilaythoni A Co'-;.
P.dk e afl nr.; were u little livelier iu
Judge Itird'.- court jr. lerda.v.
A. .). Catle iiiourn-ot'erlhelllnes-ol
hi line hor-e acuiiy."
Tlie lover? of dancing anil good
mii-ie. will have an nppoilui.itt ol elijo.t
ilig Hillle. Iifiuiurow llilll.
Mr.-. I hit. IJrndley. who U now in
Ctausville, ha- In en III lur ..everal tlat.
l lir l.ib.r.dlt-IUl uiUl-givr auoihi r
soelulile one week trom ne.l WeUneid.it
(Jelit'i-line eu-lnui boutu and ulim s
in all new ttlei al U. ll.it thorn A: CuV.
Till- Week Will elu-4-out the la-t o
the 50 hat? til O. Hayihoril A Co'.-.
l ho wanlh one?
Slirnfl Iiviu returned to Cairo yi-s
ter.i.it mornhig, alter an ab nee of set
W. M. Murphy, of Melt opolU. col-l-etorol
InteiiiHl Keveuue. wa- hi the
I'm-morrow night the Ancient Order
ol Hibernian- will leM John Scbecl'i new
l..e Alcxiiniler t'auiitj- lliinlt will
tiij i n I e re-1 oil il Ji.i-.l- III l:ie s;n
mas ilepai liiient.
The I'.iri-li i-ehool op-ns at the
corner ol'ThlrteentJi .-iri-et ami A'.i-hing-ton
avenue to-inormw inornmg.
Jailor McCariby Inlorui- u- ih.it theie
have been but Pair eoiuuiiltal.- up lutes
teniae, during thii monlli.
I hern will bu set vice- 111 the Upl
eopal. 1'ic-liUi linn, and Milhodui
ehuielies tlil-t ui'irning, as u-ttal.
Tho-e who need winter boot ghoul 1
call on I. Julie-, Ci'inmeiciit! nvtnue.
liU sloe!; nt Fr. nrli noil Il.n.n-.lli: will'
akhts Is the be-t in the market.
M 3- Annie I'uelier. who Wm buen
vbltlng frhniKaud rel.uive- lu Ne.t Je:
Key fur some inouihs pat, reiurned on
PiUlay night, 'J'he Cast ftcriu to hata
agleetl ttllli l.er.
Services will be held at the Ilpl-eopal
church this morning at 11 o'clock, tjui -day
chool ut U p. in. No evening ser
vices. The ISev. Mr. Gilliam will conduct
cervices nt the Melhodl-t chtlicb. corner
of Klghih street, at thu usual hours thi
morning and evening. Suuday-'cli ml
nt three o'clock, All are rcque-tc.J n
i'or corl.oled boots or -hoi s, go lo
li, done.-. ' c ('oninn rclal ntenue boot
and shoe maker. He I- a llivt-cl.i work
man and neter fall" to please.
-Tim Uelletille (llllnol-) Weekly Ail.
vcentc says: "Geo. K. LounOiury, of
Cairo, was re-elected Grand Ma.-ter of
Ma-ou lor the Slate ol Illinois, at tlie ro
cent m islon of the Grand Lodge In Chi
cago," Alexander Fields Is the iiiuno of the
darki y who got so badly cut on the Tulle,
and Win. Hudson did the cutting. Thu
1 quarrel originated In the mess room about
some tiiuuig mailer, niierni irvm i ni
New hams and breakfast-bacon ut tho
New York Store.
The sidewalk repairers will siitu
'-nine one a serious iuury by placing a
new plank on Washington avenue, be
tween Thirteenth anil Fourteenth stieets.
There bus been a bole lu ihe walk at tho
I place refenvd to for several days.
rwo darkies ou Hie J'lliu Is nine,
yesterday morning, ju-t below Price's
landing, iroi Into n light and one cut Iho
other Into strip almost, with a knife.
The wounded man wa taken 10 the lus
pltal here, hut l lu n dangerous condi
tion, Tin other eseaued.
Henry C Eekenlnirg. wlU known to
all the young folks of Cairo, 1 back
nniong his friend for a day or two, Ho
lutY been cojourulug In liU native plate,
Euiilrn. New York, and li now on Ids
way to lowu, where ho will go Into bu-l-lien.
The A. O. II ' grand ball to-morrow
night will be largely attended, It being
the llr.t ol the Keasou.
J. IJurger & Co. have now mt hand
the mini elegant stock of 2 and 3 button
Kid Glove ever brought to thN city, and
me determined to sell iln ni at remark'
ably low tlgurec.
Among the promlm-nt arrivals at the
St. Curlet yester l.iy, were W. A. M ire
house, of New Y'ork; ll. II. Murphy, or
Mobile; George II. Gneu.of New York;
W. A. IJ. Merry. New Orleans; Hubert
Gibson. Mi inphl-; ('. L, Horimi, St,
Loul-; and A. 11. Nesbit, of Kvunsville.
There will be thu usual services at
the Picifhyterlan church, lilghih sireri,
between Walnut street and Wa-hingion
avenue, tins morning ami evening, con
dueled by the Ut v. Mr. George. Also
sund.iy -cliool at throe o'clock. All are
lot i i d to iittend.
I bo.e who complain that theie are
ii' goo I Mines made now-a-rii y-. rlmiiul
try Hie Hue ui-toiu work sold by O. Haj
thorn & Co. lll-17-at
L. I). Akin & Co. Harness and sad
dle, collars, whips etc. Thoc favoring
us ttllh their patronage will llnd a com
plete l,ne of auods iroin which to select
at bottom prices, 103 Commercial avenue.
Pepalring done and reeoiid hand harnes
lor ..tie. 10-13 Ot
Mr. J. II. Steiner. of Indianapolis
and Mr. George Darling, ol Hoelu u r.
N w York.gener.il manager of ihegreat
Wiiltr Line Freight company, are In the
cliy. Th i t ml; a ulp over the Cairo
& Vniceniies mad jesterday, anil re
iurn.d to their quarter at the St. Charles
1 ml li ght.
Keiuember the grand ball ol the An
cient Order ot Hibernian', tit Scheel'.s hall
on Un- 15th Inst. A good time maybe
A number ot prominent rallroal gen
tlemen, among whuni were Mr. A. L.
PeeVe. general manager of thu Mobile
& Ohio railroad. C. J. Wallar. or St.
Louis, general Western agent, and Mr.
0, Fleming, superintendent of the not tli
ern division ol tticMwio mad, itiroin the
city yesterday. They were registered at
the St. Charles .
Judge Uios reiurned ve'letriny after
noon, from Peoria, where he was iu al
tendance at the ineeilnt.' of the Grand
Lodge ol I, O. 0. P.
Largo stock dry good-, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. Ilaiuiy'.-.
On Fri lay night, qu te a large parly
of the Utile Irieuds and schoolmate- of
little M.iuue Ptrker, tlaui'liler ol
Alderman M. F. Parker, surprl-ed her at
her Inline ou Thirteenth street. They
remained for -everal hours and plat i tl all
nirliiil little j;anie. etc.. and Iheii went
to their home- io dri-ain of the parly and
the jolly good time th y bad bad.
In commenting on ihe tarloiis char-
ac'eri ol "Unheniiau- ami Delecliivs."
and (lie abllliy of tlie actors and act re-m s
ol Mllltni NoblrV company, the Om.tba
lite say: "One of tlie niot uue
lloll.S bit of ebamclrr ever sitne--iU
upon the 'lau'e l .Milton Noble's pleluic
of a seedy N. Y. liubemian. Tbetthole
ntnue of American drama pre.ints until
hi"; more striking or original than the
writing ot'a -en-ailou 'tore, which krep-
an audience convtiled with laughter for
Tim number of tickets sold by the
Ancient Order of Hibernians for ihelr
grand ball lo-morrow night, warrants
iIh-hi In having the best ball ol the
On Frld iv evening, while Mrs Ull
man. moiherot Mr. S.iuui-I Ulliuan, the
iie-rcliant of thi-city, wa- walking along
eveiuli -treet, between the avenues. bc
wa- taken ."erv suddeiily with an attack
of the beart-di-ea-e, anil fell helph
upon the -Idewalk. Shu wa- carried into
tlie re-lilenee ot Mr. Chatle-Plillerliug.
on Seventh .-treet. wii-re .-he died in a
few moments Mm. L'llnun wa- sixty.
seven year- ot age.
A few ri.tjs ago. Mr. John O'Don
iill. while unloading his wagon, iieci-
deal a lly let a piece of wooil fall upon bi
ll y, ih it 'f is under the wagon. Tlie
iji'ii bee. line t uraged anil jumped upon
lil- ovvin r, Idling him seveiely on the
hand. ir. O'lJonuel. fearing tWat sonic
tiling had gone wr.ing with the riojj. sent
lor Ollltvr lilllingnly yesterday mornhig,
and had him kijl the nuluml.
The siqiper spread to-morrow night
by John SchccI will surpass any yet
given The A. O. IPs, with their numer
ous friends, will partake ol it.
Ou Friday nmriiiug. a mail named
William P.ivis went iulo tlie tobacco
warehon-e ol Siiaiiylni and lllnkle, on
Eleventh str.i-t, be tv. en llie avenues, and
ti ok out of i In e.-iabiiMimeui u gun be
longing to Mr, Siraughu, The police
were luformi'dol' the atlair, mid went on
tin hunt forihe pail.t, whom liny found
and took hetore Judge Mini fora hear.ug.
Alter the ca-e wa- laid before HI- Honor,
he held O.tvls to ball in the um of three
huntlred dollars to nuwer Ihe charge at
the next term of the Circuit Court. He
was sent to j dl iu default of bail.
Weclip ihe following obituary from
thu Charleston Courier of la-l week :
"We are called upon this week to chron
icle the death ol John 11. James, which
took placo at his residence, in town,
tiller an Illness ofahoul two weeks
had been In 111 health for sumu time past,
although It was not of sucn a character
as to couuuu mill io mil. it is no pleas
ant duty to record the death of
a young man of such promise
as the subject of ibis article. It is
seldom thai a community can boast of
ouch mi ornament lo voeeiy, or of one
of morn noble 'imirutkms. Beared In
I iht community trom a child up. every
one had an opportunity to become ac
quiiuteil with liiui. and knew liliu only
to know well of him. No career as short
as Ids, has been marked by a mom pro
found ivsp'ct from all persons than
that which closed lu death, Upon bis
' death-bed. some days before hU life
elo-ed. he gave those around him to un
ih rstaiid Unit lie had made preparation
( for the change
e, IU retuliieil conscious
lie to the last, and passed uway ptacc
fully, surrounded by numerous friend
who had called to take their last adieu of
prim. He leaves behind, blm a grief
Hilckcu wife, to whom he hail been
united about ten month', and who lma
Ihunympalby cf the entire cottuiiuirity.
Those who fall to attend the ball to
morrow night will uil'-t it good time, as
j every arrangement bus been per.
fccied to make It an enjoyable ntlidr.
MtitliieM was very lively Iu Judge
Mini's police court yesterday. The first
parly up ttas tlie man Davis, who stole
trauuhu's gun, and who went to Jail In
d latilt of three hundred dollars ball.
Then came Andrew Nohn, who shipped
on board the Colorado with four com
panions for the Crescent City, but he got
off here, and through some Mistake, got
drunk, and was picked up by the police
Tor raiding a disturbance, with one of our
lev. c re-tauralil keepers who was up to
the "ral-lng" busmen, and raled a big
lump ou Andrew's head with a club. He
was put into the calaboo.e until yeslir
day aftirnoou. when he wu given atrial,
and tl,,cd live tlnlmrs and cost.-, and sent
lo llie lock-up bee.til-e In; couldn't pay
i'lieu cainu dm turn of u young man
named OrpheU? Skcevenriiek. O'phcits
Is a mild lookhig, haud'oui" young man.
whh balr iu eurls, grey eyes, and a
atratvbeiry inaikou his h it aim iu fact
a bully buy whom no one would suspect
of visiting u house of III
fanic, but he nevertheless did
go to one of them a llrst-class one,
however, Tor Orpheus Is a high to;4til
young iiiuii, who don't care forexpeu-w,
or wiieth r school keeps or not .nut
through some iiri.-1'ortune got Into a dllll
culty wiih a naughty old girl who weni
and bad him nrre-Uil for calling her an
old witch, orsouicthing that aouuilcd very
much like that, and had him lined lltu
dollars and coits. Then Just for revenge
revenge Is sweet, you Know Orpheus
had a warrant Issued for thu wayward
Hatlic Hattle is her name for
u-hig language lough to him and
had him lined live dollars nud
costs, lint lo, anil behold ! this
was not id). Instead of falling on each
other's neck':, kls-lug and making up,
the now thoionghly arou-etl Haltiegot
fairly "upon her ear" and demanded that
a warrant bu I'siietl for Orpheus, for being
a fivquentorof houses of ill-repute. Now
Orpheiis'a grey eyes began to twinkle;
Id.- mild face began to a-ume an appear
ance of much deierniluatlon and his nos
trils to expand, as each breath that passed
through tliein bore away the words of
di-gu-taiid Indignation that bis tightly
compressed lip- dated not let pass iu tlie
pre-ence of the monarch of the courl.
Mitt a bright idea struck Orpheus. Hestill
bad another avenue through which hu
could come back at Ihe undaunted Hat
lie. He would have her up lor being an
inmate of a liou-e of pro-tltutiou. In
lact, he would arre-t all Halite's fti nris,
iiuil make his revenge complete Orpheu
I- a stunner when you get him riled, and
serins almost iieariic-s .Noiliiuir would
do but that all Hattie's aeon dntances
should be ptiiiMieri tor having anything
to do wlili her, but he finally confined
his ire to two of them, namely. Eva ami
Girlie, a, well as llattie herself, who
were arre.-tcd tor living lu a hollsu of
pro-titulion. Hut so much time luid al
reatly been taken up lu the spun, that It
wa-decided to put It oil until Mmuluy
morning, when Orpheus will give her
all she wants of the sport, you bet."
'Index1' liU it 1'eW Ni'iislbli Nilff-
aniKin- in- iiniy Ol llie linilr
t'nlrn .Musi iiku I'll,
IKor the Uallnin.
Cairo's exl-teiice has been a checkered
one. ami al present Is in tins darkest of
moods. There urn many causes for tlie
pre-ent state of alfalr-; but a discussion
of tlie it would only make matters worse
and revive feelings which have long since
been buried lu the events passed. Now
I- no time for saying : ' Thou dhlt it,"
but for prompt and concerted action.
The duly of every citizen is plain.
I'lrsr, secure lie- Welfare of the city, and
then it you have not forgotten theeau.-c
of strife tiaht out votir battles Insecurity.
I'he cry has olteu gone nut: "Cairo s
gone up; Uaim Is subineri:' u. let
when Jhe tvii'ur- subsided even before
thu echoes of the predicted calamity had
died away Cairo emerged from her sin
rounding waves, and marched on lu a
steady but slow pro-perliy ; the datigeis
environing her were Imaginary, hut i.ow
they are real, tangible and lornridable,
and must bu met with cool heads, steady
heat is and willing hands. There
must be 110 croaking. but
work ; 110 crimination, but en-operatlon ;
no saying It Is Ihe duty of the Properly
Company, the duty of the Hall Koari
Company or the duty 01 the cliy to re
pair the dangerous Inroads of tho Miss
issippi. This I- a calamity which is thu
duly of all 10 remedy, and that at once ;
not by any temporary expedient, but by
the united actiun of all, under thu be.-t
skilled talent which can be procured for
Why does not tht Mayor, as represent
ative of thu city, together .tlth Col. Tay
lor, thu representative of thu Cliy Prop
erty Company, and the president of the
railroad, unite lu an harmonious effort for
the general weal, 1 am sure such action
would bear much weight lu an effort to
procure aid lrom the general government
in the great work which has to be done,
or tlie city is cutely doomed to speedy
There Is no time to bland upon trllles.
Thu very best engineers must bo em
ployed, ami acciir.iteu surveys made, so
that each dollar expcmbil must tlo good
ami bo iu ihe light place. Engineers
having ihe work In charge must be men
of such wide reputation that Ihelr names
will be a eunraiitie to all thu world that
when done the work U permanent, and
will stand the test of lime and wasliingsof
the great river which Is to be conflued
lu meles and bouiuU. With liar-1
moulous anil immeoiaiu aciiou airo
will .take a long siriue towards mat
bright future ilreaiueii 01 uy us innau-
Itiiuts, but divided councils or my criini-
nations Is the death-knell which will
never cease as long as wuters run to the
And now, people of Cairo, let ino urge
you to move together as a, unit,
and rest not day or night until this
great work Is so far accomplished that
nothing human can prevent Its lull
.titration, Mir Knlhl4t
There will be n regular conclavo of
Cairo Coinmandary, No. IH, K. T.. Mon
day evening, October 18th. Uusluess of
Importance requires thu attendance of
every Sir Knight. By order of E. 0.
P. KonsMKYKit, Itccorder.
Mnaoule .Mo I Ire.
S The annual convocation of Cairo
Xif Chapter 71, It. A. M., for election
of officers and other Important
business, will bu hehi Tuesday evening,
October 19th. A full Mtetidctice Is re
quested. C. Ha.v.ny, See'y.
Lul of letters remaining uncalled for
lu the Post OiUcc at Cairo; Alexander
County, Illinois Saturday. Oct. lGth.
Allhen Mollic, Allen Annie, Bartow
Ellen, Casey Mary.PergU'on Mrs. Thos.,
lerguson Ella, Gneu Nellie, llprston
Malvhia, Lore Mainly, Nickels Francs
Uobertson Harriet, Selsby Mainly,
Sprlug3 Emim, Steinph Louisa, White
F. S., Well F. U Walker Harktt.
Arikht Ja., Clayton Alfred, Calvin J.
C, Clarl: J. A., Connor John, Duncan J.
W Everson Ole A Gorman Timothy.
Gowins Andrew. Henderson Hlchartl,
Jones John, Kelley Daniel E Kelly Jas
A., Klnibrough T. N., Lindsey J., Lem
rinils G. W., Lester Ed w'd. Loveday Geo.,
Leonard S. A Patterson II. E Phillips
Jell., Pallet: Jordan, lledtleld C. A.,
Ityder J.. Hooblus Win., Steele David P.,
Turner David, Welst George, Woods
Geo., Wihon T. D.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "Advertised."
Gi:o. W. McKfAtfi, P. .M.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several gootl Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lauds In Alexander county.
Winter's Block" and "Winter's
A large number ol desirable Hei
dunces, uml excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and residence6.
Winter's Block, suitable for UoKI,
Olllces or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1. 7, Sand I), lu
Winter's Kow, 6 rooms each, for S10 per
One-half of No. 10, (corner) SI 2 00-7
That desirable double Cottage on
corner of Thirteenth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial
avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
stieets, suitable for Dwelling and Busi
Upper lloor of building next to Com
mercial (.Wftvcrly) hotel.
Two small Houses went of Twenty-
seconu street, near vmc, 51 each per
Dwelling house on I welltli, near
Walnut, C rooms, for $12 per mouth.
Business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro?, Cole
man & Co.
FOB LEASE OK SALE.
V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, out6idu lire limits. Also
a largu number of other Lots in tlltterent
Lands, In tract to suit, near Cairo,
A.IIalley has removed to Iris now
storeroom, 110 Commercial avenue, op-po-lte
Winter's Block, and next tloor to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleaded to see all his old customers and
as many new ones. 9-30-tf
I.oiiIh llerliert liu lIU4i:.M'.H.
A de-lrablo cottage for rent, with two
lots, good cistern, three rooms, with din
ing room, kitchen, and pantry, comer
Divl-Ion street and Washington avenue.
Enquire of J. Q. Harinan or Tim O'Cal
lahaii, corner Fourteenth street and
levee, Cairo, III. 10-13-flt
SffirXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at thu Bulli'.ti.v ofllec, prlntei.
?:) SJandSI 00 per M.
At the IU'i.luiis bindery IS numbers,
bmuid lu two volumes full gilt mor
rocco; eol $11; for sale at 10.
Ha by lliioil.
Ileilbroii k Well's l thu only place In
town where you can find a complete llnu
of babies' cloaks, babies' robes, babies'
merino shawls, babies' bonnets and In
fact everything In the baby line.
A No. 1 Now Trading Boat ; counters
and shelving all complete; 00 feet long,
11 feet beam. Will bu sold at a bargain
If called for soon. llc.vr.v Savi:i:?.
IO-O-'Jw 03 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
To tlio I'rntle. ,
Choice lino of coffco and sugar just In,
at tho New York Store.
nv Itiirfcwhvnt Flour
lor sale at th New York Store. Also
udf-rlsliig buckwheat flour, In boxes, lor (
family use. t 1M5-I0t
Trimmed apd untrlmmeil hats, wrap
persaiid drvsies, and iu act everj'tlilug
iu that lino can bu found at thu lowest
rub ut Hellbron & Wuil's,
-nivosCKS legally ohhihusl for toennnwtb.
XJ blllty.iic 1 mlileuco unnrccsaiyi frvullvr
Auuress 1 . w. v vnMS, in.
Sttanier Jlui Fisk, Paducali
" Colorado, St. Loiik
" Hickory, St. Louis. -
" John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
" City ol Chester, Memphis.
" Giencoe, New Orleans.
" Osceola, St. Louis.
Tow-hoat Little Eagle, Lout,vllIr.
Steamer Jim risk, Puducali.
" Colorado, Vlcksburg.
" Hickory, Tennessee RUcr.
" John P. Tolle, New Orlean t
" City Chester, St. Loul.
" Giencoe, St. Loul?.
Tow-hoat Little Eagle, llocte Island.
" Hoc and barge?, New Orleans,
nivr.u ANti wrAfiini:,
'Ihc liver last evening was nine led
eleven unit 2 1 Inches on thu gauge, hav
ing fallen three inches during the pr.
vlous twcnty.fotir hours.
-The weather Is clear r.nri cold.
Tho Tolle got out with 1,000 tons
and Is adding all she will want.
The Little Eagle had the dredge boat
"Hercules" In tow lor Hock Island, where
she will be used to dredge out a mill-race.
-Capt. Hicks' big Mary Bell is ex
peeled here on Monday. She Is thu
large.it boat now afloat, and will be worth
-eelug. Her r-abln Is ?atd to be very
Colonel 1'Ieve.i, General Superintend
ent of thu Mobile and Ohio rallroal was
In the city yesterday him, In company
with Colonel Hudson, went over the
river to look at the Green Line wharf
boat. It is rumored that he Intends to
purchase the boat for the tio of hi? road
at C'oluinbin, Ky.
A Pittsburg di-patch lo the Cincin
nati Commercial says : "In tho case ot
McDonald & Co., vs. tho Pittsburg In
suraucu Company, the Supreme Court
has rendered a decision In favor of the
lower court, which toitutl for tho plain
till. The .sum involved is SO.'.'OO
Insurance on n barge sunk In tho
Mississippi between Cairo and St. Louis.
The defense set up was that the policy
did not allow doublo tripping."
t .tu Dti-Airrar::T lltvniltEronr, )
Hi, ICS.I. t
tow WATCti. citAsnr..
IT. lit. IT. j IU.
Cairo. 10 o - ' 2
t'llUburK 1 3
Clncinnuli l xl I
Louisville 1 S X 0
Xuehvltle - 1 - a
St. l-oiils 10 t e - I i
CnftCuer.t of the Popular Vctuig Author ntM
Milton E oblea
Who Will ai'pi-ar In lib
GIIL'AT CHAHACrEIt CREATIO.V.
JIM BLUDSO I
In h! own oilplant re ptwcntatlvt Atuerlcsu
Ln:i:, or lhemrce n-imc
.iuepDrtiMbyJOHN 1'. ItOOUHS'
TWO GREAT ORGANIZATIONS
Introducing the tvomlt rful
HVNE EltSEST AND r.Un.Vf.D,
Aa-t:t FULIi t)R ASIATIC CO.Mr ANY.
Csusl prices fc'CRts secured at Ilr.ilm.mV,
i'luiiiire nt Npecinlllrm Mglilly.
JOHN E. WARNER,
I1MT-J1. Business .Msinmcr.
RKt'OUT of the rondltlon ot the Alcxuuilor
County It.uiU un thu 1st 1. onO.iy in uctebvr,
Loans uml discounts
1 1 11- lrom otbtr IjjuLnanil hanktrs
l.imli un liauil.
Cupliiil itork (Jfloe) ltd In
Duco lit i- liunks nnu liauK. rJ
tt'... V111I11II11 IIim.i. I'lviili'iil unit II.
("usliler, orihoatmto naiiuit haiilc ilu eolcninly
swear that 'ho nl'otn seitrmeut Is true to the
best e f our know lKlwo anil livtlcf .
r. r.uusJi i-i9iirni.
II. WIXLS.CiMitcr. . ,
Mibicrilint anil sworn to luluro metals jUi
Ujr 01 October, iw, w ri;D C0M,S(i3
WILLlH iecciriHlat my ottlce lirtwiyn the
hour of 11 o'clock 11. in., nnl o'clock
1. m .iiiitllJIoDilay, October Itfth, lS75.formi
iilthlnir the niuterlalorUolujr the work, ur belli,
lur ibo coniructlon nail reeoulriictlon of en
tutu sidewalk uuilor iintlimucc.So. Ill ap.
lirovwl M iiicniherbth, 174, tinld uitllDutirv U
Juliject to cvnmliiutloii ut uny lima ot my oOlce,
' W.M. niKNCll AXLKV,
tUno, Ilis,, Oct. 7th. IsTJ. City Clcrl.
Corner WuUlU(ttou Av. and 14th Street,
OPEN BBOK o TO 9 P.M. DAILY.
mt I nir hoaTTurn I IBM or NMMM MOU4I
J li.BARO.yo.llS HrrWJM..t.U)i
xv v vu m jm s r4ii
,tInrf? Uwk '""w ftirol,hlnggoodt,
to be aold very cl.wtp nt 0. llnnny',.
-Don't . all to that handsome line
of Ladle lie nnd lUbbou. at J. Burger
A- Co. '9. B
-We arc now sIHn barKal,,4 )n
white shirts, also iu all of'cnl-,
furnishing good. Hr.tLur.ON & Wwt.
Our Domestic Depnrttnent U completj
In nil In dctalli, and will to old rhmpor
tluh ever. .L llfnonn ti, Co.
Largo stock of woolen Rood,, llan
neli, llnsej-.s nnd sheeting Uaniiels very
cheap, at C. Ilniiny'5,
I'or Embroideries nntl Laces go lo J.
Burg-r & Co.', No. UI Comiiicrelal avc
nue. Large sttocl; clothing to to fold out
without reserve, at C. HannyV.
It. Jones, th" Comiuerelal avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you th the
best pair of boon to be found hi thy city.
Ladle?, inije3 ami children's under
wear at very low price at J. Burger &
We rex-civet! this week a large Mip
ply of overcoat of all tlejcrlptlon.i, nnd
oiler great Inducement. llBti.nnox Ai
Tho Illicit stork of tht'43 goods con.
Rlsling ot Cas,lmeres Knipres.' Cloth ,
Dlagomil3, Mohairs, l'opllnu, at J. Bur
ger ,fe Co.'.s 121 Commercial avenue.
Largo itoek gent furnishing gondi
nt very low prices at C. Ilnimy'.,
I'or great bargains in Fhiiincls call
on J. Burger ,l Co. They have flic beit
aoiteil itock In the city, and fell them
at astonl-hingly low price.
We have on hand 2,000 yard ot
reiuiiaut? of calico which wis oiler at lv
cents :i yard. Ilx11.11no.vX Wr.u.
If you want a good Custom-made,
lady'a or miss's .'bi" call on-J. Burg' r
Large stock of carpets, oil cloth? and
matting, nt greatly reduced prices at C
A very largo .'I'sottmrnt ofCcrmaii
town yarn, Burundi zephyr, and every
article appertaining to this department
In all shade and colors, nt J. Burger A
ViVTHL' ALEXANDER COUNTY
BANK' WILL J'AY INTEKE6T ON
DEI'OsjITS IN THE fAVLV(LS DL'
I'AltT.MENT. Large stock ol domestic prints, nut-
llns. and ticking, at low prices, at C.
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping hou-e, to their large
utock of entirely new carpet and oil
cloth?. Thi I their lirst season In that
line, anil are confident 'of suiting all In
the latest design?.
BIO INDUCEMENTS OFrEHFD
IN UIUAIIS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWl'EBTHWAIT A PHILLIPS'.
Shawl and Cloak? of all the late
stylei ranging from the cheapest to the
finest. J. Burger & Co. nave paw par
ticular attention to thi department, ami
are able to uuderiell any houe In the
city. Call and be convinced.
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes arc made
specialties- by R. Jouc, the Commercial
avenue boot nntl shoe manufacturer.
Give him a call.
We will not be undersold by any
body iu the lino of clothing, aa wo oiler
such bargains that will induco the
closest buyer to purchase. Come and
look at our stock- and bo convinced.
HutLimoN & Wur. 112 aud 111 Com
A series of lecture? under the anpl
ccs of the members ot the Library Asso
ciation for the establMiuicr.t of a public
library iu Cairo, will be held alter
nately at the Prcbyterlap, Methodist and
Chrlstulu churches. Tho following la
dies aud gentlemen havu kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing-.
,Oct. 3, Mr. S. P. Wheeler.'
" 12, Mr?. W. It. Smith.
" 10, Rev. Charles A. Gilbert.
" 23, Mrs. IL Wardner.
Nov. 2, Prof. O. O. Alvord.
" 9, Dr. O. U. Parker.
" 10, Dr. IL Wardner.
" 23, (To be tilled).
20. Dr. Wm. 1.'. .Smith.
Dec. 0, Mln Kate Thomp-on.
" Ul. Hon. Wm. 11. Green.
' 21, .Mrs G. U. Alvord.
C. (.'. E. Goss s' '.
By order of Executive Committor.
A Finn Slurl..
Wm. Elders desires to inform hi pat
ron and the puulle. generally, that helm?
now on hand a lare stock of French nntl
German Calf, Kb and Morocco, and Is
prepared to niauufactinv, lor store and
ofllce wear, the finest of Morocco or Calf
Skin sjhoe or Boots ; and for farmer.,
draymen and out-door wear generally, Ills
French Kip stand' above anything ever
oU'ered In this market. Ill Last art' of
thu lute.t styles, and ho can guarantee a
lit andsntWatlou to all his pntroii
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from the
effect of Errors anil Abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and lepiarkable remedies
Books and Circulars sent fret5, In scaled
envelopes. Adtlress Howard Associa
tion 110 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an institution having a high repu
tation for honorable londucl and profes
sional skill. P-21-d&w3n
Opium or Morphint' Eattrs !
rureJ without euln or Inconvenience, utvour
homo In lOJa.vs McdlclneH for first turn wcts'
tivsiuu'Dtii'Ul frceto id y uildtwi oa rtctlptof
Uveitullars. Stat amount uiMtdiUllr.
AiUhxss F. U.tfUUBAKD. M. D
Mauugtr St. LotlUluctrUw Hcpttil
Oiucc-llll iiltvcfitrwt. St, Loulti
Without liicouvtuimcc, at yourboice -Mill.
tlotoi.t(ixta uuylilMtMMitlt'f too
OOico-uu uuvetrt.i '"