AHOA I.O.N I.O1I0K, NO. M.
Knlghta of l'yllilai inceti every Frl
iluy night Ht hall-pant ii'irn, in Odd
Kellcittt' Hull .Ino. II Uu'hman,
AI.KXANDKU I.ODtIK, HO. 22j
liuli.itf'tiittit rinlfr oT Oud-rel
filown, iikh H every 'lhursdiiy night
- ui ii.ifr.inai m-vi-n. In the r hall on
rommeri'lal nieuii)-. Iwtwwii Mxlh and HeU'nth
mens. r j hhuu,
1AIKO KNCAMI'M KNT, I. O. O. V.. Iiim-Uj
in n,l,l. l-'illnwn' Hal on tho llrnt ninl third
luieday In Mery muiilli, ut liair-ut ncven.
Jxo, II. OnitliLT, C. 1'
ACAIIlOl.OD(JK. N0.2S7,A. A A. M.
II. .lil nifiiliir i-iilnlnuillinl Ion In Ma-
XyTwuilo Ha". wittier Commercial iivwiue
Iln, -.iKhli Htrivt, nn thu second nnd
olirtli Monday uffurli inoiilii .
Thin Is a now style of picture now be
ing produced by Win. Winter, tin- artist,
o( this city. These pictures an; creating
much Interest In all tlie principal Eastern
and Western titles, living altogether new.
'i'hey are unlike photograph, being
raised and beautifully enameled over the
ntlro durlace, wilt In tone, but distinct In
the lights and Mioden. No one who sees
them falls to admire them, or to give the
artlft an order. We have been ehown a
number of pictures or well-known indies
mid gentlemen of the elty, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them iH-rfectly
splendid. We would then-ton- advl-e all
who take Interest In such matters or tie
slie pictures, to call upon Mr. Winter at
hi gallery and examine his work In this
new branch of the shadow-capturing art.
l.ituU Herbert lino PIUSKXKK.
Ilon't I'urict 1
If you want tinware, stove etc.that A.
Ilalley has changed his place of bulncss
and can now be found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arab engine
Iioum-, where ho will bo ple.iM.d to m-c
j on and give you bargains u of old.
iVrsons having eltcrin needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit tho times,
by calling on .1. 8. Hawkins Cro-s.-trctt.
1 have a man and pump employed all the
time tor the purpose. O-lG-lf.
Ku-rybody to know that Hie place to get
A cinooth sliae,
A od shampoo,
A fa-hlouablc hair-cut,
Or anything Id that Hoc,
lit at tliu (JltANK OENflUI. ItAltllKI!-
Suol-, corner i:i(jlith and Commercial.
VH-lt ). UKOIIliK .SHCINIIOl'nB.
l'II.Mi:M:it nl l.imla llerherlN.
&5i- Dr. Sherman, the great Speclal
Ut, WJ North Sixth ttrcs;t, lia gained an
enviable reputation hi the speedy niaiinci
in wliich he treats all chronic dlea-e..
Ss- advcrtlseincut for hl great Syphilitic
Kr.idicator, Indorsed by tho medical fa
culty everywhere. Ii-lS-lyr.
ntrrt'xl on lti'Hill.
Thr Alrrntxltr (,witu liii. iplll jp tit-
tertst on iltpositi in the aaringi icwr
Nolle)' ol Hi'iiiotul.
C. Koch ha removed hU boot and
hoe simp from the old stand to his
new brick building (one block below),
No. IK) Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth street, where he will
keep tho bo-t home made and St. I.oni
ciiMoiii made boots and 'hoes, made of
tho bet material ; good wnrkmanihlp
and in tho late-t i-tyk-s. All ordcr.
promplly attended to. '.'.'.'l-tl.
1'II.SF.NKU at I.011U Herbert's.
To I hi- 4 IIIxciik of 4'ulro.
I would liifnrm my many frlcmlit. thst I
am i-till Id the unction IiU-Iiu-sh, uikI ruudy
lo nttctid In all i-alex Unit may oll'ur. Jly
loii(! t-xpcrleiii'o tu till lui-liif-s uceiN no
coiuiiivnt ills no exicrlincnt ou my purl,
ami parties cntrttliig goods to my cure
lusd uot lio afraid, as I mil no "tijulb" or
novlvtf In the bu.lnoKH.
.Special attfiillon glcu to real ci.tato and
nut-door sale'', as I have iiurruil-cd inak
Higneale. I'. IIaiit.man, Auctioneer.
Corner. Sixth wtrctt and Commercial A v.
Urllcioiix-l'II.SillM'.ll-iil I.oiiIh Hit.
A -i. I I.Hiinilry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Colciuun,
tho lauiulresi, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington A Commercial avenues,
has olio of ttiu licit conducted laundry ik
tablWitnoiits in tho city, nnd liinillonls o
hotels and boarding home will Hint it to
their advantago to call upon her.
Iter prices arc us follows: Hotel uud
boardllib'dioui-o washing, "6 cenls per
dozen. Foi piece work prices are
us follow: SIhkIo Miirt and col
lar, lOcj por ilozen 60c; socks 5o; two col
lnrs, fie; two handkerchiefs, rc; vests liflej
uB'l all Kontlcnicn'8 wear, HOC. jier
dozen. Lndlea drchsos, '5 to fiOe;
skirt 10 to 20c; drawors 10 to Kic; two
pair lioo fie; two collars ti to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes i 00 per do.en; tor lu
illeslino clothes, 1 '-' per dozen; done
droniptly, and promptly delivered, l'a
tronai,'e solicited. 8-ai-lm
A sliver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Howiug Machine, haul (piano) IliiMi,
valued ut $83. Will be sold at $20 dis
count, ou good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
cityot Cairo at $2 50 each (halt price.)
A No. a Wilson Shuttlo Sowing Ma
chlnu valued at $70. Will bu sold ut $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $90 Uemlngton Sowing Machine
$30 ofl for cash. Sultablu for tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
"Picturesque America" 18 numbers
bound in 3 volume, full gilt Morocco ;
A stylo "E," "Clough, Wnrrcn &
Co,'" Parlor Organ, right from tho fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $300. Will
be sold for $200.
A now two-horse Gamble wagon.
For auy of tho abovo articles, apply at
th BtLUtiiK oHlce. K. A. Buiinktt,
kati: or Aivt:itrisi.o.
KJ'AII hill fur advertUiug, are due and pay
able tx AUVANCC.
'liaulnt admitting will lie Inserted at the
rate of II Ml per square for the Drat Imirrllon
uml W Willi) for each uleueiit one. A liberal
discount will lie made on (landing; and display
laical notice, limine or oltierwlse, will be
charged leu cents per line for the Ural and lire
ceut fur each additional Inaerllon, (loiitilliiK
lite Hue and upward) a discount will be made
after llilrd inaertioti.
Church, Society, Festival and .Supper notices
Will only be Inierted as advertisement.
for limiting funeral notice l eo. Notice of
meeting of soclelli'i) or seciet orders 60 cents for
No advertisement will U receUed at lea than
.Vi cents ,
tf-Announcemanta SB caah-invarta-
faly in advance. Mo excaptlone to thla
KnlTon HiLLKHK! I'leaie announce WM. A.
HKKMAN a a candidate for the oilier or County
'I'reaaurer and A4or at the ensuing Novem
We are aulhorleil to announce JOHN A,
IlKKVK an a candidate lor ttieonlceof (.ouuty
'Irraturer and .tlirwit, at the ensuing Novem
lierelwtlon. W are iiuthorUeil to announce JOHN I.
IIKI.Yaa acatiilldate for County 'I rtniurerat the
inulii- November election
We are authorized to announce the name of
liKOIKli;W. SAMMMN-i, nf'l liela-a, as a call
didalefor the ofliieof louuty UniiuuUiloiitr of
Aleiundrrcounty at the emulnjt election.
T1ICKSDAV, OOTOBKlt 21, 1870.
Loral Wenllier Reiorl.
Caiho. III., Oct.20,l?S.
TlMa. Hah. Tilr.. Wind. Vel. Wkatii.
7 a. hi 30 Vi! 4.- Culm. 0 VottY.
II yn.wt M N a Char,
(p.m. ::0.!iJj W NK "
A 4'ook Wnnt4'il.
A good cook wanted Immediately at
the HuLLKiiN olllce.
Miss Ik-ttle Parkerhas returned from
The Taylor Literary Society held Its
weekly meeting la-t night.
Colonel .lowett Wilcox leaves for
Chicago Monday next.
Mrs. .Jewctt Wilcox and daughter
Iclt for St. Louis yesterday afternoon.
Choice cranberries at the New
Capt. Frank Lelbke, of St. Louis,
ha rooms at tho St Charles Hotel.
Twenty actors ot Itothschlld's circus
are booked for the St. Charles on the 27th
Mrs. C. W. Hradloy, who has been
sojourning in Kvanvllle, has returned to
Mr. Robert Campbell and family, of
Oweiiboro, Kentucky, wen; at the St.
Little Maud Wilcox, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. .lewett VHcox, went to St.
Louis lat night.
Then! have not been as many county
people In town lor weeks its there were
Tlia Alt-aniialrr County llnuk will
iny Internal on ilijioalta In Hit- tai.
Mr. J. A. Molt, county and circuit
clerk of New Madrid county, Missouri,
was in tlie city yesteaday.
The council will hold another meet
ng this evening, for thv puipose of hav
ing the newly revised ordinance read.
Mra. George W. Cochran and family
will leave lor the South in a lew days,
accompanied by the noted "Tom Col
Tlie wife and child of Mr. Morrill ur-
riveil in tlie city from Evansvllle on'J'uea"
lay night. They are the gtiets of Mr.
ami Mrs. A. It. Satlbrd.
Mrs. W. V. Wright and Mrs. Captain
W.I", llallidaylelt Cairo for Memphis,
on the 'teauicr City of Chester, ou Tues
A party of Joncsboro people will
come to Cairo to-morrow evening to
attend the performance to bo given by
Milton Noble's company.
Tho-e who need winter hoots should
call ou It. Jones, Commercial avenue.
Ills stock ot French and Domestic calf
skins is the best in the market.
Milton Nobles' theatrical company
will appear for the tlrst time In Cairo at
the Atheneum to-night. The indications
are that the troupe will bo well patron
Dan Hartinauhas returned from New
Vork, where lie purchased a mammoth
stock ol queensware, which will be on
the shelves of his new store on Sixth
street. In a lew days.
Harrell, ot the Omtttey wants the
keeper of the Alexander county poor
farm put under a rcjMilar salary. He
thinks the county would save money by
A little boy named Smith, living
somewhere In tho upper part of town,
was severely bitten by a dog, while play
ing with tho brute, ou Nineteenth street,
Mr. J. P. ltobarls, editor of tho Jack
son county Era and Carbondale South
ern IUino'unn, will be married this even
ing to Miss Llllle Ozborn, of Murphys
Three cripples, with a leg apiece, and
only three sound legs In the party, at
tracted the attention of many people
while making their way up Washington
avenue yesterday afternoon.
Tho bill wagon of Hothchlld & Com-
uanv's llovnl Victoria Menagerie nnd
Circus arrived In this city yesterday
morning. The work of billing the town
will begin in u day or two.
Tho funeral of Mr. Carpenter, who
died ou Tuesday, tookplaco yesterday af
ternoon. Tho Odd Fellows, of which or
der ho was a member, attended the tu
ncral In a body.
Tho big work before tho candidates
tor Couuty Treasurer and Assessor will
be done during the coming week. They
are making their arraugomeuU tor a trqi
thtotigh the county. They should avoid
a meeting In the wood?.
The monarch of this establishment,
who has been absent for nearly two
weeks, is expected to return to-day. He
will bring with him his better-hall and
tho largar portion of his numerous chil
dren. New hams and breakfast-bacon at the
New Vork Store.
A. Comings, during Judge ilross'
labors with the probate court, Is attend
ing to the police business of the latter In
his police court. Comings has a very
stately look when perched upon his chair
In the tribunal of Justice.
The "Midnight Marauders," a sere
nading party composed of young men re
siding in the upper part of the city, wen
out on Tuesday night, paying their re
spects to their young lady friends and ac
quaintances. Neither a light, runaway nor any
thing else has taken place that would
make uninteresting item, lor a number
of days. We are, however, looking for
"something to turn up" very soon that
will prove of interest to everybody in
Those people who came all the way
from Paducah and other places along the
river to see the big steamer Mary Hell, on
Tuesday, were awfully disappointed.
Had they remained over, however, as it
was proposed they should, their disap
pointment and chagrin would only have
been the greater, for the Hell has not yet
Colonel C. W. Kidder is making ar
rangements to go Into winter quarters
in Cairo with the great circus and inenag
ery that lie represent. They will show
on the U7lh their last exhibition and
then lay by until spring opens. This is
the llrst great menagerie that ever win
tered in Cairo and they should have a
rousing bcnetlt on the 27th.
For cork-soled boots or shoes, go to
If. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. He Is a first-class work
man and never falls to pleae.
At the meeting of the city council
held on Tuesday evening, Alderman
Wright offered a resolution to appoint a
committee whose duty It should be to
confer with Col. Staats Taylor, and the
ofllccrs of the Cairo & St. Louis railroad,
and ascertain of them what they proposed
doing, if anything, in regard to the Mis
sissippi levee. The Mayor appointed as
such committee, Aldermen Wright, Lan
caster, Nellls, Itlttenhouscand Vocum.
John Clancy Is still much Interested
in the matter of Cairo's getting up a fair.
He says if the Taylor Literary Club and
Boating Association will volunteer to
give a scries of entertainments during
the winter, and donate the proceedings
towards getting up a fair, there Is but lit
tle doubt that au association would be
organized in the early Spring. Clancy is
enthusiastic over the idea oi a fair, and
says he Is willing to subscribe money and
time towards bringing the matter to a
J. Hurgcr & Co. have now on hand
tho most elegant stock of 2 and .'t button
Kid Gloves ever brought to tills city, and
nre determined to (-ell them at remark
ably low tlgurcs.
Some one has been going for Gold
stein & Jtosenwater's valises, tine dress
goods, &c. 'I'hey made a good haul from
that establishment ou Monday night, and
succeeded in carrying oil about two hun
dred dollars worth of stufl. Sheriff Irvin
was Informed of the matter on Tuesday,
ind lost no time In notifying the ofllcers
ot the surrounding towns to look out for
the guilty ones. One of the parties has
been caged, und the other one w 111 be, be
In a recent Issue of the IIui.lktin it
was stated that trains ou the Cairo - St.
Louis railroad had stopped running to
tlie station of tlie company in couse-
quenee of the danger Incurred by parsing
over that portion of the road near the wash
in the Mississippi levee. We made the
statement ou what. we supposed good au
thority, but since the publication of the
item we learn there Is no truth Id the re
port, and that all trains make their stop
pages at the station in tlie lower partof
town, as usual.
-An exenange says : "The Academy
ot Music was again packed last night
with au audience composed ot our very
best citizens. The success achieved by
Mr. Nobles and his model combination
has been instantaneous and complete.
Our record of amusements for years past
presents no parallel to their cast. The
specialty entertainment Is a model of ele
gait humor, and Mr. Ernest ltyno Is
truly entitled to the appellation, 'won
derful.' All previous performances of
female characters by one of the sterner
sex, sink into Insignificance In compart
sou to this great artist."
Yesterday morning A. J. Carl, after
thinking over what might happen should
a lire break out iu tlie neighborhood of
his livery stable, got uneasy, and taking
a crow-bar, went in search of a reservoir
that ho knew was somewhere In the
neighborhood of the public well, near
the city scales. After digging about for
some time, he finally struck a plank im
mediately opposite tho store of Ullman
which he tore up, and to his surprise and
pleasure, found the thing lie was looking
for, namely, tho reservoir. It is lull to
the top with water, and should there be
any call lor the firemen iu that neighbor
hood, they will Hud water plenty there
A new covering Is now being put over
Te funeral services of the late M. S.
Cox, will take placo at tho Presbyterian
church this afternoon at forty-live min
utes after one o'clock. All friends of the
family are Invited to attend. After the
services at the church, the remains will
be placed upon the Illinois Central train
and taken to Plttsflcld, where they will
be Interred. Mr. Cox was a resident of
Flttstlcld for several years, being engaged
while thero iu the grocery business. At
the breaking out of tho war, he sold out
his business iu that place, camo to Cairo
and entored the quartermaster's depart
ment here, under Capt. A. O. Woolfock,
At the close of tho war, ho entered the
book store of Mr. W. U. Rockwell, and
remained iu the store ws tuauagcr until
the llrst of March, ISC), when he became
a partner, nnd has rcmninncd hi tho firm
since that time. At the beginning of the
administration of ex-Mayor John Wood,
Mr. Cox accepted the position of elty
constable, or which olllce ho fulllllt-d tho
duties urtll it was abolished. Ho was a
prominent member of the Presbyterian
church, and a gentleman respected by all
who knew him. InhisiUath our city
has lost a useful and upright citizen.
The disease which caused his death was
bronchial consumption. He was llrst at
tacked with It about a year ago, and has
since slowly failed In health until Tues
day, when lie succumbed to his de
stroyer. All O. H.
Caiho Sc St. Louis Kulkoah Comi-anv,
Caiho, III., Oct. 20, 1875.
The trains of the Cairo A St. Louis
ltallroad continue to run regularly
to their depots In tho city. No
trains have been stopped outside the city
In consequence of tho "wash in the
levee." All statements made to the con-
srary have been made without relercnce
to the facts. Trains ou this road run
regularly to and from corner ol Commer
cial avenue and Second street, and from
the Freight House, corner of Jefferson
avenue anil r ourtn street, iiiere is no
danger whatever to the trains on this
road tlirouirh tlie encroachments of the
Mississippi river ou tho Cairo levee,
Agt.C.&St. L. 1!
Adjourned M retina; Thereof.
Caiiio, Ills., Oct. ID, 1875.
Present Aldermen Halllday, Lancas
ter, Nellls, Kittenhouse, Thlstlewood,
Saup, Wright and Vocum 8.
His Honor being absent, Alderman
Ulttcnliou;c moved that Alderman Halll
day take the chair. Motion carried.
Tho bids received for the construction
and I (.-construction of sidewalks, as adver
tised for by the city clerk under Ordi
nance No. Ill, were opened and read,
and ou motion of Aldermen Wright re
ferred to the Committee on Streets, with
instructions to report upon the same as
soon as possible.
(.Mayor Winter appeared and took the
Alderman Wright otlcred the following
resolution, which was adopted by the
following vote :
Ayes Halllday, Lancaster, Nellls,
Parker, Kittenhouse, Saup, Thlstlewood,
Wright and Vocum 9.
Itaolved, That His Honor, tlie mayor,
be, and is hereby requested to appoint
live members ol the council one from
each ward a "Committee on Lcvce,M
whose duty it shall be. FIrt To confer
Immediately with Col. Taylor, of the
Property Co.. also tlie otllccrs of C. &
St. L. K. I!. Co., and ascertain what they
propo-e doing (if anything) toward re
pairing and protecting that portion of
tiie Mlssissinni levee now beinsr broken
and destroyed by the wash of the river.
Second That tlie members thus nti-
pointed shall continue to act as a stand
ing committee, and shall examine and re
port from time to tlmo upon tlie general
condition of the levees, together with
such suggestions as iney may mink will
tend to strengthen the same, and better
proitct an properly within their enclos
The mayor appointed as such commit
tee, Aldermen Wright, Lancaster, NellU,
The Mayor st-itcd that the ordinances
submitted to Mr. J. M. Laiisdcu tor re
vision, were now ready for the action of
the council, whereupon Alderman Halll
day moved tho revised ordinances be
read. Motion carried.
The clerk then read chapters 1,2,3,
and 4 of ordinance 1, ut length, and
chapter 0 ol said ordinance to section 30,
of said chapter.
On motion of Alderman Halllday,
council adjourned, to meet Thursday
evening, Oct. 2lst at 7:30 p. in.
W. F. Axujv, City Clerk.
" B. II. Cook, Evansvllle.
" City ot Chester, St. Louis.
" Belle of Memphis, Memphis.
" City of Alton, Xcw Orleans.
' Capitol City, Vicksburg.
" Tluunle Baker, Louisville.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
Steamer .Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" B. II. Cook, Evansvllle.
" City ot Chester, Memphis.
" Belle of Memphis, St. Louie.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
" Timmlo Baker, South.
" City ol Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
IUVF.lt, WKATIICK AND IlL'SINKSS.
The river last evening was eight feet
on the gauge, having fallen six inches
during the previous twenty-four hours.
The slenal olllce reports show the
stage of water at other points.
Pilots report only Ave feet ten Inches
water to St. Louis rinco the Mary Bell
diverted tho channel at Twin Hollows,
and thee is but seven feet at Osceola.
The weather holds Its own beauti
fully; the sun shines warm and the nights
are bitter cold.
The Little Fannie Baker passed
South yesterday with a full load.
The tow-boat Pstrel was aground yes
terday at Dog Tooth.
Mr. ike Moran, cashier of Ike big
wharl-boat, w aivhappy to state, is able
to ho at his post again after a weeks'
The Southern packet Tcusas Is hard
aground at the head of Cumberland
Island, with a hog chain broken and no
sparrs nor derricks with which to help
Tho pilots o( tho Vicksburg found n
dangerous break about two lengths of the
boat outside of the middle snag opposite
the old elm tree at the break of tho nar
row gauge embankment above tho city.
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
xo mina xnax
FARMER. THE CLOTHIER,
Is Once More in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that they
are still buying
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goods made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and sponged, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are already known for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no stories that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business.
A trial is what we aak to mako oustomora out of you all. Wo don't ask your patronngo on account of be
ing "friends" or old Cairoftoa (at wo hare been known hero lo 1 these- many yeorn) but to aavo you tho
nlmightv dollar. The time for paying for friendship is gono. Our stock of Fino Uaierwear, the largest
in the city, at prices to suit oil, wo make war on high prices. As Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
It docs not show much hut Is all there,
anil must be avoided to Insure safety,
From pilots of the City of Vlckxhurjf,
we learned last evening that the Mary
Bell has got out of her second dlfllculty
and will be along as soon as she can take
her freight ou board.
Capt. W. II. Halinger so well and
favorably known In this city, Is doing a
thriving business lu New Orleans, at Xo.
11 Commercial Place. He is ageut of
some of the finest boats on the river and
among the rest we notice the great Mary
The Mary Bell got back up out of her
predicament at Twin Hollows.cvcnlng be
fore last, and started across the river to
come down around the troublesome
point when she had the misfortune to get
aground again broadside, on the polntof a
mud bar, and was In a worse nx
than ever at latt accounts, being perfectly
light and the river falling. Blocks and
rigging were sent her trom St. Louis, and
she will be pulled on It posslulc. inu
detention of their magnlticcnt stc.uncr is
a great misfortune to Captains Hicks and
Grissom, and a great disappointment to
people all along the rivers who have been
waiting for her coming.
Wau Dipaiitmknt. Itivm lUi-oiir,
Oct. -i0, iT.i
LOW WATKR. CHAM.K.
rr. in. tt. iv.
Cairo X o - .1
1'lttetiuiK 2 " . - -
Cincinnati ! 77
1-oulbVllle ft I" xl 2
Nashville 3 K
St. Louis 'J -' --
CHOICE FB0FKBTY AT AUCTION.
Hnre 0iortaiilty I
The undersigned will otl'er at public
auction, on the premises, on Saturday,
the 'Xld day of October, A. I). 1875, the
following desirable property, situated on
the north hide of Fifth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
and next lo the residence of I. Walder,
Lots :!5 and :tfi, In Block KJ, city of
The Improvements on these lots con
Two Ono.tlory Frniue rottnve.
Each containing three rooms and kitchen,
good cistern, yard, out houses, etc.
Parties desiring good property, either
tor rental or dwelling nurnoses, will do
well to examine these Cottages.
Title perfect. Sale at 2 o'clock p. m.
Terms made known on day of sale.
For further information, apply to
John Q. Hakmax & Co.,
10-20-1 1 Ileal Estate Agents.
A Flue Mock.
Wm. Ehlers desires to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on hand a large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, lor store and
olllce wear, the finest of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Boots; and for farmers,
draymen and out-door wear generally, his
French Kip stands above anything ever
ofl'ered in this market. His Lasts are of
tlie latest styles, and he can guarantee a
lit and saturation to all his patrons.
Trimmed and untrlmmed hats, wrap
pers and dresses, and In fact everything
iu that line can bo found at tho lowest
rate tit Hcllbron A Well's.
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured without puln or Ineontrnlence, at your
home In 40ilays. Medicines for, llrst tlirte
treatment acnl free to auy address on receipt of
live dollars. State amount luad dully.
Address, I'. II. HUllItAltl), M. D,
iMunatfiT St. I.oata Inebriate Hospital.
Omce-UU OlUeSltoct, St. Louli,
Drunkenness Cured !
Without Inconvenience, at your homo, Anti
dote sent free to any addreas ou receipt ol' ona
iMi. iiunu.uin, m, it.
Manager St. Louis Inebriate Monpltl.
ODlc-Ull Olive Street, Ht, I.ouln.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tho
effect of Errors and Abuses In early life,
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed". New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Books and Circulars sent free, In scaled
envelopes, Address Howard Associa
tion, 410 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an institution having a high repu
tation tor honorable conduct anil profes
sional skill. 8-34-d,)fcw;Jw
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 11,000 acres of
unimproved Lands hi Alexander county.
"Winter's Block" and "Winter's
A large number ot desirable l'psl
denccs, mid excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and residences.
Winter's Block--suitable for Hotel,
Olllces or Busiuc-s rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, S and 0, In
Winter's Uow, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
Xo. 10 (comer), $12 o0 7 room.
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied Viy A. Halley.
A desirable Cottage on Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
Upper lloor of building next to Com
mercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small Houses we.'t of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $1 each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rootn, for $12 per month.
Buo.tucss house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Crov, Cole
man A Co.
FOB LEASE Oil SALE.
number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outnlu tiro limits. Also
a large number of other Lots iu illlleivnt
Lands, lu tracts to ttit, near C.iiro.
Tu tliu Traile.
Choice line of cotfee and sugar Just iu,
at the New Voile Store.
A desirable cottage for rent, witli two
lots, good cistern, iliret- rooms, with din-
lug room, Kitchen, ami pantry, comer
Division street and Washington avenue.
Eurjuiru of J. Q. ilannan orTlmO'Cal
lahau, corner Fourteenth street and
levee, Cairo, 111. 10-lU-Ot
A. Halley has removed to his new
store room, llo Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, nnd next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many new ones. 9-30-tf
Loula Herbert hna PIMlt'.NKH.
Heilbron A Well's is the only place lu
town where you can llnd a complete line
of babies' cloaks, babies' robes, babies'
merino Miawls, babies' bonnets, and In
fact everything lu the baby Hue.
Ifew Buckwheat Flour
lor sale at the New Vork Store. Also
self-rising buckwheat Hour, iu boxes, tor
family use. ll-15-10t
Thursday, Friday & Stiardiy. Oct. 21, 22, 23.
Engagement of the Popular Young Author and
Who Will appear In Ida
OKKAT CHAItACTKIl UltUATlOX,
JIM BWDSfl !
In hU own original repreaentatlye American
Drama, of tlia Mine name.
SuppoitedbyJOHN l UOllEltS'
talitd Spill? Ceapiiis.
TWO GREAT ORGANIZATIONS
2 COUPLETS ENTERTAINMENTS ! S
Introducing the wondf i nil
UYNES EltNKST ANIifii:.. , ', ,
Andu MIL DHAMATICCOSU'AX Y.
Uiiial pricia. Seata secured at llarliiuui's.
CbaukT or Npiaiilea MlKbtly.
JOHN E. WARNER,
10-17-51 . Iiulues Manager,
Flame and brines
Large stock ladles' furnishing good,
to be sold very cheap at C. Hanny's.
Don't fall to see that handsome line
of Ladles' Ties and Illbbons at J. Burger
We ate now selling bargains tu
white shirts, also in all styles of gent's
furnishing goods. Hkimiko.y A Wkii..
Our Domeitle Department is complete
In all Its details, and will be sold cheaper
than ever. J. Bi-naKii & Co.
Large stock of woolen goods tlaii
nels, Hnseys and sheeting flannel, very
cheap, at C. Hanny's.
For Embroideries and Laces, go to.L
Burger & Co.'s, Xo. 121 Commercial ave
nue. Large stock clothing to be sold out
without reserve, at C. Hanny's.
1. Jonc", the Commercial aveuuo
boot-maker, ran furnish you with the
best pair ot" boots to be found in the eity.
Ladle., misses and children's under
wear at very low prices at .1. Burger it
We received this week a large sup
ply of overcoats of all descriptions, and
oiler great Inducement. Hr.ii.uuo.v &
The llne.-t stock of dress goods, con
sisting ot Cassitncres, Hmnress Cloths,
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplins at .1. Bur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
Large stock gents' furnishing good
at ery low prices, at C. Hanny's.
For great bargains Iu Flannels, call
on .1. Burger it Co. 'I'hey have the ben
assorted stock In the eity, and sell theui
at aitouisliingly low prices.
We have on hand !!,000 yards ot
remnants of calico which we oiler at ,lx
cents a yard. Hmi.mtoxit Wkil.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. Hanny's.
It you want a good Custom-made
lady's or miss's shoe cull on J. Burger
Large, stock of carpets, oil cloths und
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
A very large assortment of Herman
town yarn, Bermah zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department
In all shades and colors, at .1. Burger it
JrTHE ALEXANDER COUNTY
BANK WILL PAY JNTEKKST ON
DEPOSITS IX THE SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT. Large stock of domestic prints, nun
litis, and tickings, at low prices, at C.
J. Burger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping houte, to their large
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This Is their llrst season lu that
Hue, ami arc contldeut of suiting all In
the latest designs.
BIO INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
IN C1UARS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPERTH WAIT A PHILLIPS'.
Shawls and Cloaks of all the lute
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
lltiest. .1. Burger it Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to undersell any house iu the
city. Call and be convinced.
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are made
specialties by U. .lones, the Commercial
avenue hoot nnd shoe manufacturer.
Give hliu a call.
Wo will not be undersold by any
body lu tho lino of clothing, as we oHer
such bargains that will Induce tli
closest buyer to purchase. Come anil
look at our stock nnd bo convinced.
lli:ii.iu:o.v it Wkii., 1-12 und IK Com
A scries of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of tho Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library iu Cairo, will bo held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrlstain churches. Tho following la
dles and gentlemen have kludly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Oct. 3, Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
" 12, Mrs. W. R. Smith.
10, Rev. Charles A. Gilbert.
" 20, Mrs. II. Wurdnar.
Nov. 2, Prof. O. G. Alvord.
0, Dr. G. O. Parker.
16, Dr. II. Wardner.
23, (To be filled).
2D, Dr. Wm. R. Smith.
Dec. 6, Miss Kate Thompson
" 13, Hon. Wm. U. Grwn.,
' 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
O.O. E. Gou,Bcy
By order of Executive Committee-
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