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i oniiiHTciui uwiiiii-, miwirn nuiiumi pcii'iiui
iiriMs i .1 . it i itru . . it,
unto i:s;ami'Mi;nt, i, o. . K.,mu
Oili Oilil-Ktllnw' Mall mi tlic llmlutiil till rU
hii-vl.ij lu uu-ry iinmlli, nt hull-pull mwn
Jmi, II. OlIKIIt.Y, C. I
A IIAIIIO 1.01)01.. N0.2.17,A.K. A A. M
Iliilil n-milnr uuiiiiiiunUutluiiit in .Ma
7v-i minlc Hull, curnrr Cotiimrirliil auniit-
' 'mill l.iKlitli slrwl, on tin- trcoixl uml
niiuii .Mimilur vl m-u niolitu.
Tlil I a new stylo of picture now be
In; produced by Wni, Winter, the nrtlot,
(il this city. Thefo pictures hit creating
iiiik'Ii Intercut In all the principal I'astern
ami Western cltlc.-, being altogether new.
'I'liey are unlike pliotiiraiili-, being
rnUi il mid beautifully eniuneled over tin
vutlte hiii luce, Mill In tone, but dUtlnct lu
tho light and shade. No one wlui scci
tbem falls toaillulre them, or to give tin
nrllt mi onlrr. Wc ha e Im i n shown a
iiuinber of picture of wclMitinwii ladlcn
and gentlemen of tin; elty, and bave no
lieRltutloii In pronouncing tlieui perfectly
Milendld. Wo would tlierelore ndvl-c all
who take luleret lu ucb uiatter.s or d
sire picture.', to call upon .Mr. Winter at
his gallery and examine hi work in thli
new brunch of tin; khatlow-eapturlng at I.
I. oil Is lli rlit rl lilts I'l I.SIi.VKIt.
Ilim'l I ori l t
If you want tinware, stove etc.. that A.
Ilalley ha changed hN place of hu-lucs
mnl can now be found at 11.1 Commercial
avenue, next door to tin; A rib engine
bou-e, when be will b; pleaded to see
you and give you bargains n of old.
4 Ulerni Clrniiril.
Persons having cistern needing pump
ing out and repairing can bave it done
promptly and at prices to Mill the til ,
by Killing on .1. S. Hawkins 'ros-trrct.
I have a man and pump employed all the
lime lor the purpose. ti-KMf.
Km) body to ktiov that llio place to gel
A smooth sliaw-,
A gOOll slmupoo,
A lahinu:ihlc li.'ilr-t lit,
Ur iinyllilm- In lint line,
l at tint (iit.ivii Ckstiui. I!ai:iii:i:
Shop, corner I'l'litli anil .'oniuifrcl.il.
Us-tf J. Okoikik Stkiniiouss.
lII.Si:.M;it ill l.t.iiU IIirlirrI-s.
iirif' Ur. Sherman, the great Special
ist,. VjIi North Sixth strict, ha gained an
enviable reputation in the speedy manner
In which he treats ull chronic diseases.
S-e advertisement for Id-great Syphilitic
I'radlealor, lndored by the medical fa
culty everywhere. IMS-lyr.
Inlvret ! liMtltv
Tht Alexander Cwmni lnhM jxiy In
terest wi tUj,iili in tltt mrinii iltjmr'-
.illc- or Iteiiiutiil
('. Koch has removed hi- boot and
huc shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below).
No. W Commercial avenue, between
rillh and Sixth i-treef, where be will
keep the be.-t home made and St. l.oul
custom made boots and shoe-i, made of
the bC't material ; good workman-hip
and In the lsite-t ttyle-. All order
promptly attended to. !-'2.'I-tl.
1'II.SKNKi: at l.ouU Herbert'.
To tin- 'lllri-u tiri nlrti.
I would inform my many friend, thnt I
am till In tlic auction liu-Inc,.-, uml ready
to utteml to all fate tliot may oirer. .My
lung experience in tld bu-lue-3 neeilt no
voumient lib no experiment on my part,
ami parties i-ntrtii'tltig gontU ti uiy care
neeil not be ulialil, as I am no 'viulb" cr
noii e In tlia biiilue-.
special atleiitluti l;1 veil to ronl c-tatc nnil
out-door fale, as I hse ncvrriul-ed Mak
ing it rule. I. IIaut.min, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth ftrcet and Couiuiercial A v,
iii.si:m:k-ui i.ouis ii. i.
A .i. I l.nniKlry.
It I now cmiccileU that Mi. Coleman,
llie Isunilrei'ii, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween W.ikhluton .V Cominereial nvenuci.,
his one of tUo bei-l conilueted laundry
talilh'hmcnts in the city, ami landlord ol
hotels unit hoarding lioue Mill tlud It to
their advantage to call upnn
Her prlcee are u IoIIowh : Hotel
jMrillii-)iou:c washing, T.'i cent
docn. Koi piece woik prices
us lullow. : ShiKle rhltt nud
l.tr, 10e; per dozen Me; ocks fie; two col
lars, fic; two handkcrchlcl'i, tie; veHs 'JOc;
i n I all Benth'iiicn'H wear, 0c. per
tlu.cu. Ladies' dresJcs, 'jr to MJej
sliirtii to to '20c; drawors 10 to trie; two
pair lioso rmj two collars ft to 10c. Kor ta
llies' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; lor lu
tiles llnu clothes, $1 2ft per dozen; dono
dramptly, and prouiptlv delivered. r.v
tronaga "ollclted. S-31-lni
A ilver ilated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Suwliig Machine, bald (piano) llnl-h,
valued nt SS5. Will bo i-old nt $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from tlio factory,
Colored and mounted Maps nt the
city of Oulro at ifi fto each (hall price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
cbliin valued at $7ft. Will be sold atS15
tlhcount, mid or.dered direct from tliu
A $00 Iti'iiilnglon Sewing Machine
$30 oft for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot uud shoo niiinuliiciiuci'.
"Picttirc'quo Ainerica" 18 number
bound In 3 volume, full gilt Morocco;
A style K," "Ulough, Warren &
Co,'" Parlor Organ, right from Urn fac
tory at Detroit. 1,1st price, $m Will
be sold for $200.
A new two-honse Gamble, wagon.
Vnp ntiv nf lliti above nrltoltte. nimlir nl
tlio lluu i.n olllce. Ki A.Buh.nkit.
iiati:s or Aivi:itriNi.u.
ljAII bills for iiOterllilnK, nri: title aiel
null- tx AM ANtE
'Intieilnnl inlviTtlnIng will lie Inntrtwl nt tin
rate tif ft CO perntitun- furllie Hint Inw-rllon
uml .VI t tiiM fur i-.ii',li aulitiuctit nne. A lltid-al
iliicomit will In- in:ulo tm etuii'lintf nmt tli.il.iy
Ixical tiutit'iM, lniliifs or olliiTwItt-, will lie
cliarnttt Ifii ifiiln i,er line fur Hie llrnt nml lire
cciiti fur t-.nli luMitlfitial lii-crtlcni, (ciuntliis
Aw lluc aiel upirunl)! a illscmint will I mailt-
ullir thlnl liiMTtloii.
Clitirrli, .'oclfly, Ktullval niul HtiiH-r notliM
will only lie hiifitol in inlurlloiuriil.
rnrlnicrlliiK I'tiiic-mt iiotlro l W. -Notice of
inivtlnK of societies ur -t'cift onlcM M ctU fur
encli Insertion .
No niltrrtUciuciit will bv iccehftl at lctij than
a . oi'.:i:m i:vi h.
rT-Aniiouncotneiitn 15 cash Invaria
bly In advance. No cxcoptloiiH to this
run lur.Att licit.
Minimi Hcli.ktin: I'ltmo uiiiiiiiiiiic WJI. A.
It I'. 1 1 MAN lt il Pillnl (liilr lnrllil' olllt of I :MI II t V
TniiMircriiiiil Ait-ivxor nt tin- inniinn Nonin-
Wi. it if iiiilliiittiil In iiiininiiii'i- JUllS A
ltKi;VKiMiiruullhlt: Tur tlinilllcti t.r (Jtiuiily
if-nrrr mi'l Ac'i.tir. nt llif niMlliiK .'iiln
)mt vli rtlin.
V tire iiiitliori.ttl to titinnlltiivr .IOII.S' I'
IIKI.Yuh Ki'jiiiilliliiti lor l.iiiintv 'I tt'iistirvriitthr
PII4IIIIIK .XIV.'IIIIH I I II'I IIOII
Wenrr nutli'irlrnl ti utinoiinre the iiaim-nf
(iKHItliL W . A.M.MO.Ns tif I liil-(. in ran-
alitlatr for tin- tillit ft. I' uiity (vnniiiiriliiiirr of
lUexiiinlfrmuiiiy lit Hit- i-iihiiiiiki-ih'IIiiii.
Wi:iNII)AV, OtTOlM'.It 20, 1S7G.
I.ornl Wrullifr lt-Mirt.
Caihu, III., Oct,
A 4'ok Wnntcil.
A good cook wanted iiiimcdiately at
the Iti i.LKTi.v olllce.
MNs I.ticle Wll-on. who ha been
sick for several day, Id getting much
The prevailing dbo.ve, chills and
fever, is abating in till" ection very
Choice cranberries nt the New
Winter's block Is now surrounded by
a neat, new and substantial plank nldc-
'The Liberal Kellgioni-t will give
their second sociable one week from to
night. Mrs. Dr. Wardner will lecture before
the Library As-ociation, in the Presbyte
rian church, one week from last night.
Treasurer lllake tell- us that the net
protlt of the city scales for the pat six
mouth- have been twenty dollars and
'lite best stock of gcntleiHciiN gloves
In tlm city at O. Ilaytliorn ,v Co'.
Among the yltltors to Cairo yetter
day, was Mr. Joe I)e Fol-ter, a merchant
of Ilonlwell, Kentucky.
Mis Carrie fugles, known to. the
entire circle of young people of this city,
I now attending the Collegiate Institute
at Uurllngton, Iowa.
licnt's line cii-totn boots and shoe
in all new styles at O. Ilaytliorn A" Co's.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Taylor Literary Club will be held at the
club room this evening. All the inetn
bcr arc requested to attend.
Mr. Lansdeu has numbed revMiig
the city ordinances', a task, no doubt,
he is not sorry ho has got through
This week will close out the last of
the id 50 hats at O. Ilaytliorn iV Co'.
Who wants one?
Judge Hrost' police court was clo-cd
during the greater part of yesterday, the
Judge being engaged with tho probate
court, at the court hotiiic.
The police ollieer made no arrests
ou iiomuy nigiii or veatcnlav, ami
hence no business was done lu Judge
Hlrd' police court.
- Tin- Alexiiinler County lliiuU will
pay I n te rest mi ieitl! In llie sin
The tnembers of the Ancient Order
of Hibernians are highly elated over the
success of their ball and supper at Scheel's
hall Monday night.
A. It. Hall. George I), llennett, J.
U. Picdrick and Allied Duukeii, all of
St. Louis, were registered at the St.
Tho(! who need winter hoot should
call on IE. Jones, Commercial avenue.
Ills stock oi Trench und Domestic calf
skins Is the best in the market.
Mm. ranuie Miller, who has been In
the city for the past two week?, visiting
at the residence ot Mr. and Mrs. Ford,
left on the Illinois Central ou Mondav
night for her home in New York city.
The wife and child ot Major Morrill,
of the Cairo it Vlnceiiues railroad, arc
expected lu this city from Kvansyllle to
night. While in Cairo they will be the
guests of Mr. ami Mr. A. B. Safl'ord.
For cork-soled boots or shoes, go lo
It. Jones, tho Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker, lie Is a llrst-class work
man and never fulls to please,
Kothehild A Company's lloyal Victo
ria Circus anil Menagerie, which Kidder,
the agent, declares is the Iluest show lu
the world, will visit Cairo on the i!7th In
stant, Mr. S. K. Cary, general passenger
agent of the New Orleans, St. Louis &,
Chicago railroad, hi company with his
family, passed through Cairo yesterday,
on their way to their home lu New Or
leans. New hams and breakfast-bacon at the
New York Store.
Among the many smiling counte
nances beheld at the bull Mid supper of
the Ancient Ordcrof Hibernians on Mon
day night, were thoSe of Muyor Winter
uud Mr. M. B. Uarrell, editor of tlic
Cairo Oauttr and candidate for County
Treasurer I'tiU Aeeor.
Uml. IIaii. I Tnr. Wish Vti..
Ta.m i IMI l'i St.
II ' .l.t! ''1 3 N a
Sji.iu. &.V: ) it
both looking for the sumo things, but
whether they found them, remains to he
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles ycMerduy was Captain rrank
Lclbke, of St. Louis, one of the owners
of the St. Louis saw mills'.
A few days ago u seetly-looklug In
dividual appeared before one ot our busl
ncss men, when he was asked: "What
do you want, sir; woik!' "No, by
G d," replied the seedy man, "1 want
J. Burger A Co. have now on hand
tho most elegant stock of 2 ami II button
Kid Gloves ever brought to Ihl city, ami
are determined to k-11 them at remark
ably low figures,
John l. Ilaritian it Co., real estate
ngents, will oflcrsoinc desirable properly
at auction, on Saturday next. Those
wishing to secure tt bargain cliould not
fall lo be on hand, as such opportunities
tiro rare. Bead notice of sale elsewhere.
The MU-cs Cutting, daughters of
Captain Cutting or Metropolis, are vMt
Ing at thejrcsldenco or Mr. C. B. Wood
ward, hi this city. They cnnie down to
see tho mammoth steamer Mary Bell,
the hull or which boat was built lu their
father's ship yard.
The reward ol two hundred dollars,
we are told, which was otlcrcd for the
capture ot young Hutchinson, for the
aliootlng of Suttar, Is to be paid to Con
stable Bobert Bllllngsly. A pretty good
salary, thl, for about twenty-live min
Those who complain that there ate
no gooil .shoes made, now-a-days, should
try the line custom work told by O. I lay.
thorn it Co. 10-17-31
Mr. D. W. Spiller, a prominent mer
chant ot Cotton Hill, Mis-outi, was lu the
city yesterday, purchasing goods lor his
store. He says he prefers Cairo as a
place to lay In supplies for his store, to
St. Louis, as he can buy equally as cheap
here, and the freight on his goods to Cot
ton Hill is much less.
The Odd Fellows ol this citv, we are
told, are making preparations lo give the
newly elected grand master a reception.
They are elated for the reason that Alex
ander Lodge has now contributed two
grant! master, which they consider quite
an honor. 'The reception will take place
one week lroiu to-morrow night nt
Odd Fellows' hall.
L. D. Akin it Co. I!arnes and sad
dles, collar.-, whip", etc. Those favoring
us with their patronage will tlud a com
plete line of good from which to select
at bottom prices. 105 Commercial avenue
Bepalring done and second baud harness
for sale. 10-13 Ot
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thornton are
still among their many friend- in this
city. A report conies to its that Mr.
Thornton is about to come bad: to Cairo
for good. If this Is true, there will be
rejoicing on every hand, as them docs
not lUe In our city a man more interested
in llie city's welfare, or a man with more
enterprise, than Mr. Jhorntou.
A prominent gentleman of this city-
told us yesterday morning that he had
bad six calls from beggars and stragglers
beforu breakfast, nil of whom told the
mo-t affecting titles ol poverty und suf
fering. The town Is getting lUled up
witli these Individuals, and while there
are many, no doubt, who are deserving
of alstauce, there are equally as many
who are fraud.
I have ju-t received a large stock of
all kinds of groceries, cranberries, new
prunes, uurraut, citron, Java uud 1'io cof
fee, sugar of till kinds, wood and willow
ware ; a large stock of china unl glass
ware. I can -ell till kind of dishes below
the market. Call and see my goods and
learn price. W. Titioo,
A meeting of the city council wns
called for Monday evening, to listen to
the reading of the revised ordinances,
but the big ball of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians, or something else, kept so
taatiy of the Aldermen away that theie
was not it quorum present. Hence the
meeting was adjourned until last night.
A gay serenading party were out
"doing" the town on Monday night.
Among the gentlemen and ladle vl.-ited
by tlte sercuadcrs were Mr. Theodore
Carrigan and wife, whom they gave a
varied musical entertaiumeut, with boil
ers, horse liddlcs, guitars', violins, ba-e
drum and horns. The last tunc played
by the band the tune thnt brought the
"et up" lasted just an hour.
A "kicking out of the house'" row
took place up town the other day. A
negro man who suspected his better half
ot infidelity, set n trap for her, ami
caught her taking a moonlight stroll with
another gentleman of color, so be went
home to await bur coming. When she
did come a lively scone ensued. He
threw the faithless wife and her baggage
out of the door, and swore ho would
"smash her Into stnlggeus" It she em
dared to enter the house again.
Mr. F. K. Cauda, president of the
Cairo it St. Louis railroad ; W. A. Scarlcs,
attorney, and J. L. Illukley, superintend
ent of the same road, were at the St.
Charles yesteiday. They came down
from St. Louis to look at the wash hi the
Misiissslppl levee, and have u talk over
the matter with Colonel 'Taylor, but Hud
lug that gentleman absent, they returned
with the intention of coming again when
lie is at home. 'Tho Cairo it St. Louis
road now stops Its trains nt a point
about two miles abovo tho city, lo avoid
thu danger of running past the spot
where the wash Is going on.
The Omaha iUt, of October 2nd,
speaks thus of Milton Noblo ami his
troupe, who will appear at the Athe
neuin lo-niorrow night : "Of Mr. No
bles' acting wo need only say
that we can heartily endorsu
the glowing eulogies pronounced
upon him by tlm l-usterit press. There
Is a strong element of character In all
that he does -, his own Individuality is al
ways completely lost lu the character be
ing portrayed. His dlguises its a detec
tlvo ollleer am marvels of art, both hi fa
cial make-up and vigorous development
of strongly-contrasted characters, and
again Mr. Nobles has shown himself to
buu man of sound Judgment by cngag-
lug strictly Hrst-clas artists to support
him. There Is not a poor or even medi
ocre performer lu the entire organization,
but nil established arllM in their prolcs
slon, and selected for Ihelr particular llt
npss for the character nsuined. Another
noticeable feature 1 the complete discip
line und rapidity of thu entire perform
ance." I. o.o. i-.
The members of Alexander I.odgo No.
't, I. O. O. F mid all vMllnghtcthrcn,
arc requested lo meet nt Odd Fellows'
hall, nt 1:30 o'clock p. m., this day, for
the purpose ol attending the Ittncral ol
our deceased brother George Carpenter.
The lodge will proceed in a body from
tin; lodge room to the residence of our
late brother, at ' o'clock p. in., sharp.
By order of I he Lodge.
Wti.t, K. Hawkins,
CHOICE PB0PERTY AT AUCTION.
Itnre 4liii,rtiiully !
The undersigned will oiler at public
suction, on the premise, ou Sat unlay,
the 2.1d day or October, A. D. 1S75, llie
following desirable property, situated on
the north side of Fifth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut trcet,
and next to the residence of I. Walder,
Lots 33 and 30, lu Block 53, citv of
The improvements on these lols con
Two Oiir-Hfory Friinie fotliiicra,
Kaeh containing three rooms and kitchen,
good cUtcrn, yard, out house, elc.
Parties deirlng good properly, either
lor rental or tl welling purpose, will do
well to examine these Cottages.
'Title perfect. Sale at '1 o'clock p. m
'Terms made known on day of stle.
For further Information, apply to
Joii.n Q. Haiiman it Co.,
lO-'.'O-lt Beal Kstute Agents.
SSr Don't wait till the cough gets hold
oryou literally "by the throat" and wor
ries and tears you. One or two dosn of
Hall's Ilalsam for the Lungs will stop It,
cure It, eradicate It entirely. It ought to
be kept In every family as readily as llour
or any other necessary ol life. 'Ten
thousand physicians prescribe it. Pi ice,
A desirable cottage for rent, with two
lots, good cistern, three room, witli din
ing room, kitchen, and pantry, corner
DBMon street and Washington avenue.
KuqtiireorJ. Q. llarman or'iimO'Cal-
laban, corner Fourteenth street and
levee, Cairo, Hi. 10-13-Gt
A. Ilalley has removed to his new-
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
tin- Arab engine hoit'e, where he will be
plca'ed to see all hi old customers and
as many new one. D-IiO-tf
I.oiiIn lerlx-rl lino ril.ttt'..N Kit.
Tlic History otm Ureal .'ntii4irise.
Ill eighteen hundred and fifty-four, the
original incorporators of the WIIou Sew
ing Maching company embarked lu the
manufacture of sewing machines, and
from that time to thepretcnt, their tunc,
talent, energy and capital have been em
ployed in making nri-:lass sewing ma
chines with varied .iieeess attendlii"
their ciVorts. It being their constant aim
to produce a Shuttle or LoeU-Stltch ma
chine that should be simple to handle.
durable as steel and iron could lnakolt,
with unlimited capacity, unexcelled by
any other machine, rcgardlcs-of name or
price, and withal to contlne the price
within the reach of all clashes of people,
and success has crowned their cllorts lu
the production of the celebrated Wilson
Shuttle tewing machine!;, which com
bine all the elegance, simplicity, dura
bility and strength possible for any sew
ing machine to attain, nud they ate tho
llrt and only llrst-class moderate-priced
machines put in the market. Machines
will be delivered at any railroad station
In this county, free of transportation
charges,!! ordered through tho company's
branch house at 010 North Fourth street,
St. Loui, .Missouri. 'They send an ele
gaut catalogue and chrouio circular free
Tills company want a few more, good
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relict for young men from the
ell'ect of Krrora and Abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments, to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New ami remarkable remedies.
Books niul Circulars sent free, lu scaled
envelopes. Atldrcs Howard Associa
tion, -110 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable conduct and profes
sional skllh Ml-ditw3in
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Curnl without Idn or Incou-micuce, iityour
linmc hi lOilu'. Mtillcintsfor Hut time weeks'
iH'iitnivnt (cm fiiftn uuy iuMhus tin iift-lit nt'
lltuilollnrii. tstule amount li'dl dully.
AiMuss, 1 II. HUllllAItl), M, 1).
Milliliter St. I.oulnliiebrliile lluipitul.
OMw-tlll OHveSliMft, St. Lotlii.
Drunkenness Cured !
Without inconvenience, ut your home. Anll
ilote iienl frit.-to any utMiesu ou lectin! of one
r il. nmiii.utii, m. ii.
MiiiiuK'crSt, l.oula Inebrliitu Hui'UI.
(miiiUII Olive Stuct, St LdiiI.
Hellbron it Well' Is thu only placo lu
town w here you can Uud a complete line
of babies' cloaks, babies' robes, babies'
merino shawls, babies' bonnets, and lu
fact everything in the baby linn.
A No. 1 New 'Trading Boat ; counters
mid shelving all complete; 00 feet long,
1 ! feet beam. Will be sold ut a bargain
If called for soon, IIk.niiv Saviiiis,
lOO-'iw 05 Ohio Lovce, Cairo, 111.
Mew llnckwlieilt I'luiir
for sale at the is'ew York Store. Also
6cll"iiiug buckwheat Hour, in boxes, lor
family use. ll-15-10t
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducuh.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducab.
ltlVF.H, WEATUKK AND UlsINKSS.
The river last evening was 8 feet 4
J-5 Inches on the gauge, having fallen 0
inches during the previous 31 hours.
The weather is clear and cold.
The tow-boat K. M. Norton Is get
ting ready to go up the Ohio this morn
ing. Tlic T. F. Kckert is raising tho box
ears which ran into the river some wreks
ago, at the Kentucky Incline.
The Jim Fisk brought down quite a
party of Piuluealiltes yesterday to ee the
Mary Bell. Among others we noticed
Captain Otis. Fowitr, 'T. L. i.ee and J.
Among the passengers on the Jim
Fisk yesterday was a very happy bridal
party composed ol Mr. J. Settle and
bride (Miss Belle Baldwin), Mr. David
Hodge and lady, Mis Mattle Settle and
Miss Blanche Bandall.
Captains II. II. Drown ami M. M.
Dceit have purchased a one-halt interest
in the Andy Bmtin, for a neekly packet
between Cincinnati and Pittsburg. She
will probably leave here on her maiden
trip a week from next 'Thursday, or as
soon ns the liver Is navlgablo for her
hence to Pittsburg. Captain H. II. Drown
will command the Btttui, and Mr. M. M.
Deen will have charge or tho olllce.
After leaving St. Louis and getting
over Horsetail thu Marylllcll.had the mis
fortune to get aground ut Twin Hollows.
The Klcu U. Smith went to her assist
ance with lighters and helpd her oft.
Speaking of her capacity the St. I.ouls
Commercial Adtoeate says :
The Mary Bell, with water and fuel on
bbard, draw ou an average 3 feet H
inches, showing that she Is a remarkably
light draft boat for one of such great sl.e
mid solldltv ol hull. It is estimated that
when loaded to 5 feet she will have 700
tons on board: 0 feet, l.L'OO; 7 feet,
1,700 tons ; 8 feet, 2.500 tons ; 0 feet, 3,-
;;uu tons : iu lect, i.uuu tons.
Ou her main deck uud guards she will
carry 7,000 bales of cotton, and In all, a
total of 10,000 bales. She Is the largest
steamer, 11 Is asserted, ever built lor u
western or botilheru river by too tons
capacity. Capt. I licks state that he lu
contracted to carry (luting the present
"cotton season," 130,000 bales ol cotton
to New Orleans from Helena, Chicot,
White rlverand other points on tlic Lower
Louisville Couritr.Jounial, IS : li
bit Joe McCollough arrived from Cincin
nati by rail, ami left for SuiltlilMid on
the Kittle llegler yesterday evening to
bring up the Null City with two barges
or iron ore in tow for Wheeling. The
Bannock Citv was nlaced ou tin; Cauul
dry-docks yesterday morning. She will
be thoroughly overhauled and repainted,
and put iu llrst-class condition, when she
win enter me Tennessee trauu ironi tins
-The Yicksburir Herald 17: 'Tlic
grand imperial 'Thompson Dean came
down from Memphis and the Bends with
a pai tly fair load and added U00 bales of
cotton, which iruvc her l.'i'J hales cotton
and '2,!i)2 sacks seed leaving here.
Wau DarjtiirucNT. Itivk.ii llm-inir,
Oct l'J. ISiS.
LOW IV'ATKn. LIIAKOU,
nr. IK. rr. in.
Culm ft - i)
riltaliurtf a fl 3
Cincinnati i) II x ft
l.oiiUvUle 4 a x 1
Nu.livlltc S I" - I
St, amis 'J H (I il
A riiir Nloel.
Win, Fillers desire to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on baud a large slock of French and
C-ermau Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, for store and
olllce wear, the finest or Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Boots; und fur farmers,
draymen and out-door wenrgenerally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
otlcrcd iu this market. His Lasts art! of
the latest styles, nud he can guarantee a
fit and saturation to all his patrons.
Trimmed ami uiitrlmmcd hats, wrap
pers and dresses, and lu fact everything
lu that line can be found at the lowest
rates nt Hellbron & Well's.
At thu Hui.u'.Ti.N bindery 18 numbers,
bound In two volumes, full gilt mor
roeeo; cost $14; for-sale nt $40.
Tho Inimit.iW Fumlxil.rr, thr. Ctolhier, whhinj an
"ail," nthed wt for the. whole of thh pg; hut nut wishing
to ixclmlr our rcgu'.nr ttilvntlwis, wr. give him tchut ur.
can fjiarr. lit- tcill pmh for himvlf to-morrow.
LYNCH & HOWLEY S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander county.
"Winter's Block" and "Winter's
A large number ol desirable Bel
dences, and excellent vacant Lot, suita
ble for business houses und residence.
Winter'. Block-suitable for Hotel,
Olllce or Business rooms cheap.
lencments numbered -J, 7, Sand 0, iu
Winter' Bow, f room each, for $10 per
No. 10 (comer), 12 507 rooms.
Store room lu "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
-A desirable Cottage on Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
Upper tloor of building next to Com
mercial (Wuverly) hotel.
Two .small Houses west of'Twentv-
second strict, near Pine, .$1 each per
Dwelling house on Twellth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
Bulnes house ou Lnvee. near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro., Cole
man it Co.
FOB LKASF.OB SALK.
number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside llrn limits. AI-o
a large number of other Lots In tllflcrent
Land, lu tract- to suit, near Cairo.
Til llie Trnilf.
Choice lino of coll'ee and sugar jttst In,
at the New Yoi k Store.
Bids'sXX Amber and While rag stock
envelopes ut thu Bi'i.i.r.TiN olllce, pi Intel.
?3 r.0and it 00 per SI.
Thar:diT, frida; Sit'irdir, Oct, 21,22, 23,
KiiKuirriiKiit of the l'opuliir Vomit Author uiul
i m -
Wlio Will m.K.uv In lils
JIM 6LDDS0 !
In IiNowii oilghml rfiirfiilutlM'Atiinltnit
Druuu, of the (.mm nituif
.MiiMrt,i hy JOHN 1'. KOi. Kits'
Dramatic and Specialty Companies.
TWO GREAT ORGANIZATIONS
liitioiluclnj,' I lie wonderful
1IVNEJ Klt.VKST ANIf II'
MISS CANNY lll'ltr.
Audi- 1X1,1, PIIAMATIC. COMPANY.
I.'sust pricis, .sii-ut McuriH Ht llnrtninn's,
CIikiiku uf Npi-elnlllri .Mlilly.
JOHN E. WARNER,
Ctirivott-il ilully by K. M. Stmind. cuiiimUsIun
iiirri-hiiiit, hicifliiry of tin- Infill llyuitl ul'
Flour, iic-t-DrtliiiK In Kliulr...
Com, ml Mil , mii'LcsI
Corn, while, siukitl
IIihii. hit tun
S5 (XKjlS 00
Mini, elm ill tlriitl
lluller. chulro N'orlhrni ...
Ilultvi', elmiceiSiiiitlitiil IIII110U.,
Clifckfin, per tlozt-ti
Turkrya, jwr dozen
Apples, cliolcv, pir bnrii'l
Ajiplen, common, K-r bund
- m..t w
; oumu iu
a (!.. 1:1
.. . 1 611
I'uutiui'it, nr uunxi
unioua, nr lwrnii...
Ml Mwth XUla ItrMt, IT. LOUIS.
, . 4-
Large stock ladles' furnlhlnggood,
to be sold very cheap at V. Hanny's.
Don't rail to -co that haudom-) line
of Ladies' Ties and Ribbons at J. Burger
We are now selling bargains In
white shirts, alo In all styles or gent'
(tirulshlng goods. Hkilurox A Wmt.
-Our Domestic Department Is complete
iu all Its detail, and will be sold cheaper
than ever. J. Bunni-.it it Co.
Large tock or woolen goods, flan
nels, llnseys and sheeting tlaunel, Tery
cheap, at ('. Ilanuy's.
For Kmbroiderles and Lace., go to J.
Burger ,t Co.". No. 121 Commercial utb.
Large stock clothing to lie sold out
without reerve, at C. Ilanny'..
It. .lone, the Commercial nvenuo
boot-maker, can furnish you with tho
het pair of boots to be found In the city.
Ladle, misses nndehlldren's under
wear at very low price at J. Burgtr
We tecclved this week a large sup
ply or overcoats of all description, and
oiler great inducement. JlKii.nnoM &
Thu finest stock of dress goods, com-
slstlng ol Casshneres, Kmnre-s Cloth.
Diagonal-, Mohairs, Poplin, at J. Bur
ger & Co.'., 121 Commercial avenue.
Large stock gents' furnishing good
at very low prices, ut C. Hanny's.
For gieat bargain hi Flannel, call
ou J. Burger C Co. They have the Dust
assorted stock iu the elly, ami sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
We have ou hand 2,000 yard Ot
remnants of calico which wc oiler tit bc
cents a yard. Hr.n.into.sw Wku..
Large stock dry good, without ra
.serve, at very low price-, at .'. Iluuuy'.
II you want a good Cttstom-mado
lady's or mis's hoe c.ill on J. Burger
Large stock of carpets, oil cloths anil
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
A very largo assortment ofCiennan-
towuyarn, licrmah zephyr., ami every
article appertaining to this department
l in an snaties ami colors, at i. nurjer
esr'i'HK ali:'andi:b county
BANK WILL I'AV I.VTKBKST ON
DKi'OSITS IX Till: SAVINGS 1)E-
i.arge siock ot uomcstic prims, muiu
litis, and ticking, at low price, at C.
.1. Burger it Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem-
nlatlu'' liteiilnir house, to their Lrnrfl
.tnelv nt' i.iitlt'.ili- mm fMii'tu.ttt nnil nil
ciotiis. Tins is l ie r rst season it inat
nuc, ami are comment ot suiting an in
the latest designs.
Bid INDUCKMKX'JS OFFKBKJ)
IV rif!l!si AVI) TO It A CCD AT
COWl'KBTH WAIT A PHILLIPS'.
Shawl ami Cloaks or all tlic lata
styles ranging irnm tue cuc.-ipesi m uia
llnest. .J. !liir'ei-.t Co. have imid "-ar
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to undersell any liou-c hi th
clty. Call and be convinced.
Flue, neat uml stvllsh box -toed
stitched boots ami sboes are mail
uiw.nl, il Iti.u Itv It .lrtiitm tli.t I -,iiiiiii..iIaI
avenue boot nud shoe mauufitcturer.
in, i; mill ii v.111.
We will not bo undersold by any
1t.. 1.1 ..ll
body In the linn of clothing, as we oir
Hiipli luti-tritltw Hinf will Itiilurti tBA
closest buyer to purchase. Coiuo aid
look ut our stock and be convinced,
i, a it.... it.i i iii j..
jii:ji.iii(w. iv tii.il,, ru linn 1,1 mm-
a series 01 lectiux-s tinner tne auipt
ccs of the members of the Library Awj-
elutltin fnr the evt-ililklimr-iit of a liilft.ll
lllipfiri In rs.iltvi will ItA lieltl If jm.
f 'tiit.ititti nliliri.lltiu. Tltn filllnivllitr I
nitiH mill uciiiit'iiirii null, K1111111- mi
scnted to lecttuv, cointnenclng:
Oct. 5, Mr.S. I. Wheeler.
" 13, Mrs. W. It. Smith.
" B), Hcv. Charles A. Gilbert.
" 20, Mm. H. Waidnur.
Nov. 'J, Prof. O. d.Alvord.
0, Dr. G. (I. Parker.
10, Dr. II. Wardner.
23, (To Iw lllled),
29, Dr. Win. K. Smllh.
Dec. 0, Mls4 Kato Thomp-iou.
13, Hon. Win. II. Grmi.
" 21, Mm. G. G. Alvord.
C. C, K. doss, S'c'r.
lly order of Kxccutlre Coinmlttce.