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AWAI.O.V I.OIXlt:, NO. 61.
Ktiihtn of I'ytlilu.t, inert elcry KrJ
duy night lit liulf-iuut cteii, i Odd-
K.llottS' Hall. .IKO. 11 OoslMAK,
ALKXANDKIt I.OHUK, HO. iUI.
...i, . i . i.l,.r .if Oililp,l-
eiOWfl, mrvU every inure mr iiisin
... x.Ar . . In fliolr lit.lt fill
i.immicrcluUuiiui', jtwrru nlxtti ail; renlli
,t,tfU. 'V J KtlitH, .V O.
1AIUO KNUAM l'.M KN'T, I. O. O. liieeli
tlti Odd-1'ollows' Hill on the llrstund third
I iiJnv In eery muntli, at Itlf-l fievcu
' duo H- OHKHLr, C. r.
a caiiio loikii:. No.inr.A.r. a a. . m.
,J llold regular cotntiiiitilratlonj in Ma
XJ sonic Hill, rofiMT iMiinrcll avenue
' iitid KIkIiIIi Mrrrt, on tlu1 second and
until Monday of inch month.
This Is a new stylo or picture now be
In); produced by Win. Winter, tin- artist,
ot this city. Thce ilcttirr- arc creating
much Interest in all the iirlnclpat EaMern
mil Western cities', lielng altogether new.
They aie unlike photographs, being
raised and beautifully enameled over tin:
entire aurlace, nth In tone, lint distinct in
tin; lights anil shades. No out- who ..
thrill full to admire them, or to give 1,10
artist an order. We havo Imtii shown n
number of pictures l' well-known ladle
nml gmilemcn of tho city, ami liavit no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wi! would thcrclorc advNo all
who take interest In Mich matter.- or de
sire pictures, to call Uion .Mr. Winter at
his gallery anil examine his work in this
new branch of the shadow-eaptutlng art.
I.olilo lli rlu rl linn I'll.HK.NMt.
linn ;,wvt I
If you w ant tlnwari', bii'.oictc.that A.
Ilullev has chanireil his place 01 i.ki,,,.s,
nml can now he round at 11." Couiincrci;r.
avenue, next door to the Arah engine.
Iiou-f, where he will ho pleaded to see
j oil ami give you bargains a of old.
IVr-on havlngelstcrns needing pumi
lnf out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to Milt the time",
by calling on .1. h. llawkln, Cross street.
I haye a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. li-llMf.
Kurybody to know tint tlio place to get
A Miiootli share,
A good shampoo,
A falilons1ile hair-cut,
Or an; thing In that line,
I- at tliu OlUMI ( UNTItAt. IUuiikI!
Mioi', corner Eighth and Commercial.
U-C-tf J. UKOIttiE .Stkinhoi'si-.
III.ISi:.:Hiil I.iiU IL rlirrtS.
Itr. Sheimaii, thu great Seclal
Iht, WJ North .Sixth ttrect, ha gained an
enviable reputation in the j-pu-dy inauuer
In which he treats all chroulu dlea-e.
See advi-rtUeinent for liU great .Syphilitic
Kradieator, lndori-eil by the medical fa
culty everywliere. IMS-lyr.
'J'ir Al'raruter Cokfii Huh!; r ill jxty In
Itrett on tlcjiotitt in the nvingi dtpnrt
wll'r of llrllliiinl.
( ICoch has remouil Ids hoot and
hoe hop from thu old -laud to lii
new hriek liulldiiig (one block helow)
No. W) Commercial avenue, between
Filth and Sixth streotv when1 he will
keep the beit home made and .St. I.oul
i ii'tnin made boots and li(iiv. madi! of
the bi-tt material ; good workmanship
and In thu lale-t utyk1'. All order.''
promptly attended to. ll-'J.t-tl.
I'lLSKNi:!! at l.ouii Herbert's
Tit tlit 4'IIUeuw ul' t'Hlni.
I would Inform my many (rleinl-. that 1
am Mill in the Miction lmlnes, ami ready
to attend to all mlc that may olfer. My
long experience in thU lii-lni's need- no
i iiininnit-lt Is no experiment on my part,
ami parties eutruHiUK goods to my care
need not be Hfrald, as I am no ,ai.ipijb" or
uolce In tlio biikiiii'M.
special atteutlon nlveu to realeMate nnd
out-door fale.', a I have never mled luuk
int: a sale. 1. Haut.man, Auctioneer.
Comer Sixth Htrect and Commercial A v.
lpriiil-lIIJr.t:it-nl I.iiiiN Her
Iierl'a, A No. 1 Liiuiiilry .
It It now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, So. 12 fourth Mrcet, lie
tween Washington .t Commercial avenues,
has one of the bct conducted laundry (
tabltihtuents in tho city, ami landlords ol
hotels and boarding houses Mill llml It to 1
their advautai;o to call upon her.
Jler prices aro as follows : Hotel and
boarillns-housc washing, 75 cents per
doitcn, Vo picco work price aro
as lollows: Single blilrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen SOc; socks Be; two col
lars, Be; two handkerchtcls, Be; vests t!0c;
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladles' drebscs, 25 to BOc;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose Be; two collars 5 to 10c. Kor la
dles' plainclothes $1 00 per dozen; lor la
dies tine clothes, $1 25 per dozen; done
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage solicited. S-yi-lm
A silver plated No. 9 Wilson Shuttle
Sowing Machine, hard (piano) llnlh,
valued at $85. Will bo sold nt $20 dis
count, on good terms, mid ordered direct
from thu factory.
Colored nml mounted Maps ot the
cltyol Cairo nt $2 50 each (halt price.)
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttlo Sowing Ma
ehlno valued at $75. Will ho kold nt $15
discount, ami ordered direct front thu
A $00 Remington Sowing Machine
$30 ofl for cash. Stittablo lor tailor or
boot nnU shoo manufacturer.
"Picturesque America" IS nuinbcia
bound In a volumes full gilt Morocco ;
A stylo " "Clougli, Warren &
Co.'s" Parlor Organ, right from tho fac
tory ai Detroit. List price, $:100. Will
be told for $200.
A new two-horao Gamblo wagon.
For any of the above articles, apply at
Ui9 Bvllktim office. E. A. Burnett.
K tTi:s t' a nvr.it i ininij.
JJ-AII bills for aJertUitil, ate due and pay
able IS AUVA.NCI
'l i.iinli lit adwitlniliK will Ilii3cited attliv
rule urtl W iK-rviuare rurthe llrst Inm-rllon
and .V) it iits for each sii1ieiicnt one. A liberal
discount will bemudu on staiulliig and dlpluy
ljcal nolires, buslneM or otherwhe, will be
ctiare.! ten cents per Hub fur Hie first mid tire
cents for each additional Insertion, (comitlnit
lle lines ami upward)) a discount will be made
ufter third iumrtloti
Church, Socletr, KeMlval and Huppt-r notices
will only be Inserted as advertisements
for Inserting Kuneral notice 1 . Notice of
UiPCttnK or societies or wriet ordeis M cents for
No aderlls'ineiit will U- reccItiO at lei than
01 een Is.
t3"AnnouncementH tH cash invaitu
bly In advance. No exceptlotiM to thlH
Ku iiii:asi i!i;i!,
KniTiin IluLLi.tlK l'leae announce W.M. A.
ItKllMANiis aeamlldale lor tin- olllee of (Jou nly
'ii-jiucr ui.d As.cejor at the en.illn Noem.
We nie iiulhori7el to announce .HHI.V A.
ItKKV K at a candidate lor tticiillr or County
'I iTurer and .riir, at Hie eimiiltiK Nmein
Urelretlon. We an- milliorlrrd In aniioiince JOHN I1.
lli;i.Yiii acandidatr for County T renturernt the
ensililii; NoempiT election
We are aiilliorl.el to announce the name of
UKOUUK . A.M.MO.' iifl lielx-J, as a can
didate for the oMcenf (.fiintr Comiiilloiierof
Alexander county at the cnulnx election.
ijl'NDAY, OCrOHKIi 24, 1875.
I.ornl Weiither Keport.
Caiko, III., Oct 2.1,175.
I'iik. I Wino. I l. I Wkatii.
. II. Ill -.1(1 1 fiio
p.tn. 'll.'Jll w
A I'lmfc Wnni..(.
A gooJ cook wanted Immediately at
the Hci.i.ktin olllce.
Miss Oattle Wood word is expected
home on Wednesday night.
Tlio I!cv. Mr. Gilliam and bride ar
rived in this city on Friday night.
The family of Mr. 11. 1.. Morrill have
returned to their homo in Kvansville.
Choice cranberries at the New
The Library Association held its reg
ular weekly meeting yetcrilay after
noon. And now all tho hordes in A.. I.
Carl's livery stable have been attacked
with the epizootic.
Iluelner is still at work repairing the
otllce and bar-room of the Planters'
.Mrs. A. A. liable, who has been se
riously ill for several weeks, Is improving
You can save 20 per cent, by buying
your boys' winter boots and rhoesofO.
Daytliorii & Co.
Mr. William Heed, agent ot the I'ha
nl.v iu-iirauce company, of lirnoklyu,
New Vork, Is in the city.
Milton Nobles' company left Cairo
Iat night on the steamer JScllc of Mem
phis for Meinphi, where they will stay
during the week.
Mr. I). ('. Axtel, who wa- lately
married to a young lady of Little ltock.
Is expected to arrive in Cairo with liii
The Alexander County Hunk nlll
iiy liilerext on exmlU in ii- n.
Mr. 1'. W. Ilarel.iy leaves for Chi
it0 to-ilay to attend the meeting ot the
Urand Coinmandery of Knights Tem
plar. Judge Bird. says our city is becoming
extremely plou.s. lie ha-n't done any
business In his court for time or four
Milton Nobles and Alouzn Swartz,
onk a hunt In the wood-- of Kentucky,
opposite this city, yeterday. They are
both experts with the gun.
Tlio city council was to have met on
Friday night, but not enough Aldermen
were present to make aqunrum, and they
dispersed to come together again to-morrow
Mr. II. II. Downing and bride, of San
doval, who are on their wedding tour,
and who have been vUitlng friends in
Cairo for the past two days, left laM night
for St. I.ouls.
Tho-e who need winter boots should
call on U. .loues, Commercial avenue.
Ills stock ot French and Domestic calf
skins is the best in the market.
The Sim says it docs not intend to
pay any more attention to 'Index."
llow unkind It is lor Davis to thus blast
the fondest hopes of "Index," who must
now certainly bo totally crushed.
Services at the Methodist church,
corner of F.lghth and Walnut htrccts,
will be conducted by tho l!ev. .Mr. Oil
ham to-day at tho usual hours. Sunday
school at It o'clock.
Jtit received and for sale by Mathuss
A Uld, No. 01 Ohio l.evee, 20,000 pounds
Ilacoit Sides, Shoulders and Hams.
1 0-22-1 1.
The next and second soclabiu of the
season, under the auspices o( the Liberal
Ilellglous Association, will take place at
their hall next Wednesday night. All
are Invited to attend.
MlssAnnio Pitcher will slug at tho
lecture of Mrs. Dr. Wardner on Tuesday
evening. She Is one of Cairo's favoiltu
singers, and will add a great deal to tho
Interest of the event.
-There will bo the usual services at
tho Presbyterian church, F.lghth street,
between Walnut street and Washington
avenue, Itov. Mr. George, pastor, this
morning mid evening at tho usual hours.
Sunday school nt :l o'clock.
Some kind of an animal has been
making sad havoc uniong tho chickens
all over town. Tlio poultry pens of
Captain Parker, hi (ho upper part of
town, have been the sccno of a big
slaughter, as well as those of Mr W. II.
Jim Mallorylcft lust ulght on tho
steamer ilelle Memphis tor Memplil., 1
where ho will meet the James Howard,
and enter upon the duties of his new
position. Ho will take charge ol and
supei intend the passenger busbies of
Harry Greeley, son of Mr. G. II.
Greeley, has.gone to WlconsIn.
Large stock clothing to be sold out
without reserve, at C. Ilanny's.
The Milton Nobles' theatrical com.
pany have gone, and those who neglected
to see them missed a rare treat.
Election day Is drawing near, and
the candidates are making much of the
I1IO INDUt KMF.XTft OFFKI'KI)
IN CTGAliS AND TOBACCO, AT
COWPKKTH WAIT .V PHILLIPS'.
If there was no quorum at the council
Friday night, why did the few member
there go through the adjourning pro
"Sweet was tho Miilloof the beauti
ful moon, as It peeped through tlio cur
tain ol night' on Pelt, who didn't
sleep any in the county Jail.
We have on hand a good stock of
youths' and boys' cutoiiMiiadc Cloth
ing, that we will close out at less than
cod. O. Haviiioiin &l Co.
For cork-oIed boots or shoe, go to
It. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. Ho Is tt llr.st-cla work
man and never falls to please.
The next amu-enient on the tapis Is
Jtothchlld's ltoyal Victoria Circus and
Menagerie, which will vMt Cairo next
Wednesday. It Is said to be an excellent
A very large assortment of German
town yam, Bermah zephyrs, and every
article apjiertiiug to this department
In all shades .lI jidlori, at J. Burger &
Burgcr-ft C6. have now on hand
the most elegant stock ot 2 and 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
are determined to sell them at remark
ably low figures.
The lecture of Mrs. Dr. Wardner, be-
lo tlio Library Association, will take
place on Tuesday evening In the Presbv
tcrian chuH,. Her subject will be "A
Fashionable 1'olly," and a brilliant and
interesting address may be looked for.
None should tail to hour her.
Shawls and Cloak- of all the late
styles ranging from the cheai,e.st to the
llnest. J. Burger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
are able to undersell nny hou-e In the
city. Call and be convinced.
The young man O'Brien, who re
presented himself as landlord of Mr..
Gallney's hotel a few days ago, and
thereby obtained about eighteen dollars
in money from unsuspecting parties, and
also got Into the good graces ol a gentle
man from whom he borrowed an over
coat, to go to the depot, and who then
stole the same good-natured man's shoes
and lit out, has not been heard from yet,
though the chances are that he will come
to grief very soon.
The "patent pocket stove," which
may be seen at the drug store of Barclay
Bros ., Is one of the small but valuable
patent ot lliu times. The pocket stove
Is what Its name indicates a stove which
may be carried in the pocket,
and on which, small as it Is,
tea or eollee can bo made,
oysters stewed, eggs boiled, or steaks
cooked In a few minutes. Fifteen cents
worth of alcohol will ecrve a fuel for the
stove for a doxen meals. The use of the
pocket stovo makes cooking a pastime,
and after idle has seen it, no woman will
be content to bo without one. For other
purposes, tlio'e of tho nurs
ery, sick room, traveling, etc., this
little apparatus Is admirably adapted.
It Is entirely safe, emits no disagreeable
smoke or scent ami Is prepared for ue lit
an instant of time. In tact, the Gorham
patent pocket stove must bo seen to be
appreciated. It will doubtless come into
extensive use, and we advise our readers
to call at Barclay's ami examine It.
The llev. Mr. Gilbert has so far re
covered that he will olllciate at the
Church of the Uedeemer to-day. Hours
of service, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.tn. Sunday
school nt :t p.m.
Mary Johnson, a colored woman,
had a hen that she called "Liza.'' This
feminine chicken was the idol ot .Mary's
heart, and she was eleven years old.
"Liza" was an inilatlonlst, and went to
Mary's cousin's house, under which hum
ble cot she built her nest, and commenced
laylngegu's to bring forth a brood ot
young onc. But one day, Mary's cousin
lelt as If she would like to have a fat lien,
and taking a broointlck, she laid for
"Liza," and when-she came trout under
tho lioue, knocked her crazy, aud then
wrung her ueek, picked tho feathers all
oil of her, and had a good meal, notwith
standing "Liza" was rather tough.
When Mary became acquainted with thu
sad doom of "Liza," sho was wralhy,
and determined to have vengeance. But
lo! her grief, mingled with the fearful an
ger that raged within her breast, was too
much for her, and she went
oil Into spasms. She spit blood
and frothed nt the mouth, nud Dually she
strained herself until she spit up her pal
ate. But Mary is a woman of nerve, and
her anger aud grlel grew creator u she
thought ol tho untimely death of her pet
and tho loss ot the use of her tongue for
ever, and tho determined to get tho
feathers plucked troin thodeluuet "Liza"
aud keep them In memory of her. So slio
repaired to her cousin's house and de
manded Liza's downy wardrobe, which
sho was given. But when sho caught
sight of the feathers that had onco
shielded the gentle Llzatroin the winter's
blast, sho got worse than ever, and she
went for her. After beating her unmer
cifully, and tho excitement of thu mo
incut had worn oil, she again went Into
spasms, nud when last heard from, she
wns spitting herself away, with a good
prospect ot being all gone in u day or
I hereby notify the business men of
tills city, and pnblio at large, that I will
not bo responsible for any debts con
tracted lit my name, unless inailu by mu
personally. Mits. A.nxii: Coyni;.
Mllltin .Noble' Troupe.
Milton Nobles' excellent troupe made Us
ifnal appearance last night to a huge and
unexceptionable audience. In the writing
of this play Mr. Noble, who is evidently
as well acquainted with the pen as with
the .stage, baa displayed a talent for tho
blending of dramatic events that Is en
viable. The commencement of the "Bc
litiulaii'audDcteetlus," where the secret
ot the will Is revealed, Immediately
mouses the Interest ot the audience,
which never cean-s until the pistol
of thu .suicide announces that
the Duality has been reached. The play
Is American In Its features, with the nec
essary number of American Idiom ; but.
like all plays ol this period, the almot
hidden contours of other enatlon plays
can be seen cropping out. Any one who
ha witnessed a rendition ofthe "Ticket-of-Leave
Man." is immediately struck
with a resemblance to that play in the
"Bohemians and Detectives." For Moses
Solomon in Mr. Noble's drama, we have
Moss In the Tleket-of-Lao Man ; and al
though their missions arc dilleri nt, they
1111 the same place in both piece. Then
by a close examination It will be seen
that the other characters resemble each
other In some respect. Want of space
precludes our making the comparisons.
The lire scene, on which tho strength of
the whole play depends, is one of splendid
arrangement, and if put upon tho boards
with the whole eflcct Intended, would
carry by storm the most sedate audience
in the universe. The search after new
sensations for scenic diplay by dramatic
author, lor the last ten years, has
been unremitting, ami continued until
the field of research was almost aban
doned, and the public had commenced to
yearn for the old school plays, or the
quiet, and sometimes oppressive, society
superlluitics, where quick situations,
rich robes, and broken marriage yows,
make up lor the seemingly spontaneous
combustion In the middle of the sensa
tion play. When we say that Mr.
Nobles' play resembles, somewhat,
in character and drift of Incident, the
"TIcket-of-Leave Man," we do not wish
to detract from Mr. Nobles' merits as an
author, for we recognize In his play posi
tive evidences of dramatic tact and talent.
One marked ieaturc of his play Is tlio
economy as to number of characters.
Willi a few artists, and all above medio
crity, ho presents a play lavish and strik
ing In Incident. We hope that In his
Southern tour ho and his company may
meet with unexampled success.
Adjourned M eetlnu Thereof.
Caiko, Ills., Oct. 21, 1875.
Present Aldermen Halllday and
Wright. 2. No quorum.
On motion of Alderman Halliday coun
cil adjourned until Monday, Oct. 25th, at
W. F. Axluv, City Clerk.
List of letters remaluhur uncalled for
in the Post Otllce at Cairo, Alexander
County, Illinois, Saturday, Oct. ICth,
Bottchct Jennie, Brewer Annie, Barker
Mrs., Barret Matilda, Chambers May,
Desiinone Maria, Gllkey it. N, Green
Susan F.., Hall May, Ike Katie,
Jones Susan Malvinia, I. Inn Liza,
Lawrrnce Lew, Mhuller C, Monahan
Thus., .Martin Sarah. Martin Win., Mar
tin Fannie, .McAllister K., Pool Mattle,
Parker Lizzie. Heed Ida M., Suit Eliza,
Wilson Ann, Williams M. P.,
Ayott Irall, Butter Co., Breaks J. B.,
Clement G. L., Cotton Isaiah, Crutchlleld
Henry. Dully Joe, Fleekles Gustav. Far
son James, llohnss Henry, Hill John,
Greon Charles, Garland James,
Ucnphill J. P., Hurlbert John, Jones
Solomon, Lee E. J., Lyon W. S., Miller
Henry, Moore J. T., McCorinick J. C,
Mallerlian C, McGoveru Pat, Noel
Charles 11., Norton Charles S., Parke
J. E.. Pierce John, Hankin J. A.,
Handle J. D., ltoberts T. J.,Schmld Mar
tin, Shaw Geo., Sebrig Francis. Speuce
Milton, Smith S. W., West James.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "Advertl-ed."
Gko. W. McKeaiu. P. M.
For Nulc riuiio.
A No. 1 second-hand, seven octave
piano, tit good as ue.v, manufactured by
llallet A Davis U otl'cied lor sale at a
bargain. Applv to
E. A. Iluit.vrrr,
lC-21-lin. llulletin Olllce.
i . . . r. .oi in-.
The reception tendered by Alexander
Lodge to our Most Worthy tiiaud Mas
ter, Joint 11. OberJy, will take place at
tho lodge room on Thursday evening.
Oct. 2Sth, immediately after closing tint
regular business of the lodge. All mem
bers of this lodge and their families are
expected to be present, and a cordial in.
vltatiou is extended to all visiting broth
ers and their families. The lodge will
open for business at 7 o'clock sharp, ami
close at an early hour.
W. IC. Hawkins,
C. K. Slack,
A. U. Saki okii.
It. F. I1I.AKK,
10-2 Mil. Committee.
All . li.
Caikii sr. Lotus Kailuoaii Company,
C.miio, lM.., Oct. 20, 1875.
Tho trains of the Cairo St. Louis
llallroad continue to run regularly
to their depute In tho city. No
trains hum been Mopped outside the city
in consequence of the "wash in (ho
levee." All statements made to the con
xrary havo been made without relerence
to the fuels. Trains on this road nut
regularly to and from corner ot Commer
cial avenuo and Second street, and from
the Fit Ight House, coi ner of Jellerson
aveiiuu and Fourth street. TJiero Is no
danger whatever to the trains on this
road through the encroachments of the
Mississippi river on thu Cairo levee,
Agt. C.ASl.L. It. II.
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARN BARER, 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 flght 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 trialiBwhatwoask tomttkocustomoraoutofyouall. Wo don't nsk your patroungo on account of be
ing friends" or old Cairoftoi (os wo havo boon known horo lo I thosomany ycnrsi-butto savo voutho
nlinighty dollar. Tho timp for paying for friondship is gono. Our stock of Fino Utidcrwonr, tho'largost
in tho city, at prioos to suit all. wo inako war on high prices. As Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Steamer dim Fl-W, Paducali.
" II. 11. Cook. Evamvlllc.
" Clterokee, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Mountain Oak, Ohio. .
" (Jrantl Lake, Xo. 2, St. I.onK
.Steamer Jim Fhk, Paducali.
11. II. Cook. KvaiMville.
" Cherokee, New Orleans.
Tow-boat Mountain Oak, South.
Petral, St. I.ouW. J
ItlVKII, WKATIIKK AM) lll'.MNKHS. I
The river la-it evening was 7 feet
.'1 .')-5 Indies on the K!luK-'t having fallen
I.., Inches during the previous twenty-
The weather U warm and hazy with
Indications of rain.
The Grand Lake added a barge of
The present swell In the Ohio ill
hardly let the aldewhcel Kvausville pack
ets resume their trip.
The Ike llaiuuiltt and barges are
still pegging away atCVeyvlllc trying to
The steamer Hickory was aground
yesterday with herstern on Jackson rock
and her bow on the reef. The Jim Fik
took a lighter up to her last evening.
The Tow-boat Montcray, while tow
ing a Hat of pig Iron, sunk nearPittsburg
on the '21. She struck some obstruction
that damaged her pretty badly.
Pilot Kugeue Ilaiidleu aud Mr.Joseph
J. Itowers, both well-known nteamboat
men, were married hi Covington, Ken
tucky, on the 21.
The Ike llammltt and barges were
aground at Casey ille, and the Cherokee
and Ed llobbs and barges were aground
atTradewater when the 11. II. Cook came
" The Cherokee got out lat evening
alter a hard struggle witli the bars in the
lower Ohio. She reports the Ed. Hobbs
and barges over the bar at Tradewater
and coining all right.
WAII UXI'AIITMkXr. ItlMH ItLI-OItT,
Oct. S.I, IS75.
LOW WATEll. UlAXliK.
rr. ik. i r. ix.
Culm 7 3 i
rittalmrt; - - A
Cincinnati S 1 4
LouUvllle ft 4 t
Na.livillu a 'i - ;
St. IaiiiU H. It "
A series of lectures under tlio auspi
ces of the members of the Librarv Asso.
elation for the establishment of a public
itoraty in vairo, win oe neiu alter-
natelv at the Presbvterian. Methodist at.,1
Chiistain churches. The following la -
.11. .a .....1 I Li. ..ii
HI rr mill kLIIIII.1111.11 llilli; ftllllll 1 IMI '
seutril to lecture, commencing:
Oct. ii, Mr. S. P. Wheeler.
" 12, Mrs. W. I!. Smith.
" 10. Kev. Charles A. Gilbert.
" 20, Mrs. II. Wardner.
Nov. 2, Pror. (1. O. Alvord.
" t), Dr. Ci. O.Parker.
" 10, Dr. II. Wardner.
" 2:1, (To bo tilled).
" 20, Dr. Win. K. Smith.
Dee. ti, Miss Kate Thompson.
" lll.llon. Win. 11. C-reen.
" 21, Mr. 0.0. Alvord.
O. C. E. Ooss, See'y.
lly order of Executive Committee.
I.011U Herbert Iiiin 1II.NK.m:H.
To tht Triulc.
Choice line of cofl'ce and sugar just hi,
at the New York Store.
BSrXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at tho llui.i.Kri.N olllce, printed
$:i 50 and $1 00 per 31.
At tho Hum.ktin bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt inor
rocco; cost $11 ; for sale at $10.
New line kwlient I'loue
lor sale at thu New Vork Store. Also
self-rising buckwheat Hour, in boxes, tor
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relict for young men from the
died of Errors mid Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored, Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New uud remarkablti remedies.
Hooks and Circulars sent free, in sealed
envelopes. Address Howard Associa
tion, 110 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable conduct mid profes
sional skill. S-21-ihtNUm
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 11,000 acres of
unimproved Lands In Alexander county.
"Winter's Block" and "Winter's
A large number ot dc?lrable ltel
dences, nud excellent vacant Lot, suita
ble for bit-lucss houses and reside ncu.
Winter's Hloek-suitable for Hotel,
Olllces or UusIncM rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, 8 and !). in
Winter's How, .1 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 o0 7 rooms.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
A desirable Cottatrc on Poiiular
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, SI each per
Dwelling bouse on Tweltth, near
Walnut, C room, for $12 per month.
ltulne.s house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
KOIJ LEASE OK SALE.
X number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots In dlllerent
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
A. Ilalley has removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
i polite Winter' Hloek, and next door to
tlie Amti I'lif'lno linns.. vti.r t... -v'.H i...
- - . . . . w ........ , ..... ... ..v. ..... .;
pleaeil to see all bis old customers and
as many new one. b-:in-tf
Drunkenness Cured .'
Without Inccmvi-nli'iHT. ut your liunu- Anil
dote tent frvc to unyaildivsa on rmlit of one
P. II. ItUltUAltl), i,
Manager St. I.ouls Inebriate Ifilil.
OlUce-tlll Olive Street, t. Lou
A desirable cottagi!
lots, good cistern, til
uig room, kitchen, and pantry, corner
Division street and Washington avenue.
Enquire of J. Q. llarman or Tim O'Cal
lahan, corner Fourteenth street and
,UVCL' Cairo, III
r:,., im li r-
P'Um 0r Morphine Eaters
1 , Cimwllho'''i'ah; or Im-otivenience, utvour
....,r. ....uv.mriiui uitiiuneuwk
treatment sent fieclo any wWiesi on receipt ol'
llveilollars, Mate amount usej dally.
Address, l 11, HI'llIlAltl), M. I).
Manager St, I.nuU Inebriate I rojlt:tl.
Olliee-HU Olliestteet, Jit. boulj.
A l ine Nliick.
Win. Elders desires- to Inform hU mi.
rons and the public generally, that ho has I
Iin.i.l .. I.. . , I - I ' I. .....I '
w v.t iKi.iii it KiiunuJLK ui xTcmo aim
(jcrman Calf, Kip nud .Morocco, and N
prepared to manufacture, tor store and
! olllce wear, the llnest of Monv -n C'tilt
skin&uocs or Hoots; and t'oi i,.i.,u u,
draymen aud out-door weargenerally, hi
French Kip stands above anything ever
ottered In this market. Ills Lasts aro of
the latest styles, and he can guarantee
lit and salutation to all his patrons.
Iu Chancery-Haiter' Sain.
Slate ol'llliuoU, Alexander County J-as,
111 Hie Alexander Comity Circuit C0111I.
William M. Atlicrtoii uud John IIdj;i' vd, John
lloldriiund Murpuvt Wallace I'urlltlon.
Pflir.lU notice U hcuby (jlien that hi luir
Miance ofa decree icndercd iu the alune en.
tilled cuuo, in mild court ut the May lerm thereof
A. !.. IH7.V I. .Iillill l Hii.i.11,,1 ......it.... I..
Uiiiiecry of said county, 11 III, on Tuesday, tlio I
Jotli day ol'Octobci', A . I , IS71, at thu hour of 3 I
o'cOck p.111., ofsaUl day, fell i.tiiulio u-nduc, I
at the couit hoie iloor fu tho city of Culio. iu
said county, the l'olloviiii;deicrifiei mil eal.ite,
to-wlt: 'Hie south half ofthe noitlmiit iiuailei-'
ol . section twciily.fccten (), towinhlii Utu-on
(J'). south .runire, number two (J) weal of thu,
third nr no mil meridian. In tin. count c of A!.
nudcr and Muto of Illinois, toKelher with the
teneiueiiU and hereditaments thcuuuto In'
lonxiiijf or thereto apici lulnliiK-.
Terms of Sale-Oiiedialf cmIi In hand. !nl i-e
.11 one uud two years 111u.1l iiavmeiits,
per cent. Interest ier annum (hereon
jiaymeut to lie secured by mortgai . ti.o
Crlio, Uliioii, s.eptcm!r?'.lh, 1873.
.lOHMJ. II A KM AN',
Master 111 I hiiiucry.
I.ineKar.t Uuisdeii, Complainant's .Solicitors,
ll.Ji i-.ll w
B'uGreat Medical Book
ut!urcntJlirf.udleJuni tieuls, Sent flic lor
two stamp. Addict.
josi.ru mluii'al ixsmvTi:
bt Jo.upli, t.
Large slock ladles' I'ninMiiiiggooiI,
to be .sold very cheap at C. Hanny's.
Don't fall to see that handsome line
of Ladles' Tie ami Uibbonsnt J. liurger
1 & Co.'s.
We are now selling bargain in
white shirts, aUo In all styles of gent's
furnishing good". Hkimikox & Wkii..
Our Domestic Department Is complete
In all Its details, aud will le sold cheaper
than ever. J. llnuiKit A Co.
Large slock of woolen gooiN, Man
neN, lln-eys and sheeting llanucN, very
cheap, at C. Hanny's.
For Embroideries and Laces, go to J.
liurger & Co.'s, No. 121 Commercial ave
nue. It. Jones, the. Commercial avenue
boot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to bo found in the city.
Ladle?, misses andehlidren's under
wear at very low prices at J. liurger A:
A lew morn llroadway hate at $1 50,
for sale by O. llaytliorn & Co.
'lite llnest stock of dress goods, con
sisting ot ('usMineres, Empress Cloths,
Diagonals .Mohairs, Poplins, :it J. liur
ger & Co.'s, 121 Commercial avenue.
Largo stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. Hanny's,
For great bargains In Flannels, call
on J. liurger & Co. They have the best
assorted stock Iu the cily, ami sell them
at a.-lonlshingly low prices.
Large stork 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, call on J. liurger
Large stock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at C.
New goods opened ever) day by O.
llaytliorn &, Co.
West Itiothers' shoes, for misses and
children's wear, are the best In the
world. For sale only by O. llaytliorn
tttf-THE ALEXANDER COl'NTY
HANK WILL I'AV IN'TEHEtsT OX
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS HE
PAUTMENT. Large stock ol domestic ptints, nuts.
lin. aud tickings, at low prices, at C.
J. liurger & Co. call especial atten
tion of housekeepers and those contem
plating keeping houe, to their large
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. Tills is their Ilrst season In that
line, aud arc confident of suiting all in
tlio late.-t de.-Igus.
Fine, neat and stylish box-tot d
stitched boots and shoes are made
specialties by 1'. Jones, the Commercial
avenue boot and shoe inatiufuctiucr.
Ciu him a call.
II medicated lth etlecUre compound!. Cure
by absorption, acting on the lUt r aud tomacli
luiiueillalely. Uklus rroiu lue isieiu erery par
Ili'loorUaUrlaauiflllllout poison, la coually
afflcaclous and a turo prerenuilyo in all dls
raesrowlnoutoru Ulsordsred liver. Thoto
who try llieui aro wild with dcllcut over their
need y relesso from lutrurliiK..
tike overrtblDK yaluablelOLUAN'S TA1
It belnir counterielted. Buy notui but thu-J
bearluK hit picture aud ilitnaturo.
A iur curt mmi pre vcatikUv far all
firm aid igUM, mieu Siidin,
Vm Cupi&t; Iiuilfit, Utoto,
tipfflk, Ikntio, It,
I jl rBUGVWoiSTS. v
Until fiuthcr notioi Kolman'a Aifuaunil l.lur
in riouthorn Illinois, Mlsaourl anil 'Ken
tacky, wlllt told thruuth Ur. K.t). Jlr(luiii,
Fourth to Vine It., CtooiwuitJ, O.