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AftUALO.N I.OflUK, NO. SI.
KhIkIiH nf l'j thtas, meet cTrjr Frl
iv nklit at halMast wren, in Odd
Fellows' Jmo.H. Oosshan,
AI.KXANDKH I.ODOK, NO. K4.
jMttfe Indetiendent Order or Odd-tel-OFBF
Iowa, intvt every Thursday night
at lmfr-Hutt seven, In their lull 1111
l.oihinerrlal avenue, between sixth uml Bercnlh
ttecla, T I Kritril, N. U.
1AIUO KKCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. r'.,tneeli
Oin (Md-Fellows' Hull 011 the Unit ami tlilrtl
l'in-vl.1) In ctery month, ut hair-punt mi ten.
II, Diikhi.y, (,'. 1'.
A I'AIIMI lilllKlK, NO 'ltt,.V. A A. M,
ll'iM reiculur ccitiilliiliiiriitluiirt In Ma
J sonic Hull, .orncr Comiiierrliil mwiw
'and I'.IkIiIIi lrt, on the second and
ourth Monday nl inch 111011II1
Thin U u new style (if picture now Ito
Ing produced by Win. Winter, the nrlit,
nl thl city. ThcM! pictures urn creating
much Interest In all tm principal Eastern
and Western cities, being altogether new.
They me unlike photograph, being
r.ded and lenutifnlly enameled over the
entire Mirtaee, ooft In tone, but dltlnet In
thHlglrt afl'r'Vllades. No one who sees
""them i'atl tondiulre ihern, or to give the
artist an order. Wehaxobcen shown a
numlH-r of picture of well-known Indies
Ntid gentlemen of the city, mid have no
Imitation In pronouncing them perfectly
iplendld. We would llierelore advise all
who take interest In such matters or de
el rc picture, to call upon Mr. Whiter at
hi gallery and examine Ills' work In this
new branch of the .hadow-captiirlng art.
l.unlx Herbert lum PIKSI'.MF.H.
Pun'l romrt I
If you want tinware, stoves ete..that A.
Halley has changed his place of business
and can now be found at 11." Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arab engine
house, where he will bo plean-d to sec
ou and give you bargain a of old.
' U ltO-tf
I'ersons havlugcl-terns needing pump
ing out and repairing ran l&y. it done
promptly mid at prices l sulfthe luvi,
by calling on .t. S. Hawkins, Cros'rH
I have a man and pninp employed all'fllrl
tlmi?thr; tlv purpose. C-lt!-lf.
t , , WniitrU
evi'body to Vim v. that the pltre to fet
A vood shampoo.
A raidilpimble hilr-cu'.
Or an) tiling In that line,
l at the ( 1 kanIi Central Uakhkk-
nor, cower Eighth and Commercial.
h.tl J. Or.omn tViMi.iuoiM.
I'll.hKSKM nt I.oula Ilrrbcrf.
t& l)r. Sherman, the rcai peelal !
lt, &0! North Sixth stnt-t. has joined an
enviable reputation In the -peedy manner
In which he trent nil chronic dl-euM-s.
,ee adverti-einent for hUrcat Syphlllllu
Kra&ieator, liidored by the medical fa
culty everywhere. '.i-lMyr.
To tlif I'rnilr.
holce line of eoll'ce and mjrar Juit In,
ut the New Voil. Store.
luli rrot on lt-ioU.
The Atrxamlrr Couiil; Hank will hi
Urat un ilrprift n thr xaningi d'jxirt
Notice ( Iti iiiot ill
. Koch has rciuou-d hU hoot and
shoe shop from the old Maud to III
new brick building (one block below),
No. lrfi t'oiiiiuercial avenue, between
Filth mid lxth itieets where he will
keep the het home made and St. I.011I
ciitoui made boots and idmci, made of
the be-t material ; Rood wnrkiiianh1p
and hi the late-t rtyle-. All order
promptly attended to. !i-2:t lt.
IMJ.SKXKK at l.oul? llerbcifr.
To I lie 'llloll lit 4'lllro.
I Would inform my winy friend", that I
am still lu the auction huiuvf, anil ready
to attend to all Hales that may oiler. Iy
long experience in this business tueds no
comment It N no exprrlincnt on my part,
and parllen entrustlns ti(ioU to 111) care
need not be afialu, a I am no ".ipilli'" or
novice in tlii busiuct-.
Siiti'lal attention kIvcii to real etatu snd
out-Ooor alc, an I hive never lulled niak-
ingasjle. I) Haiitjian, Auctloueur.
Comer .Sixth Hreet and ComuiercUl Av
Drill ioiis-IMI.NKM'.II-hI I.011I1 llei
A No. 1 l.iiiiiiilry .
It Unow eonceilcd that Mr. Colctiiun,
Ibo Utuidre-ii, No. l Fourth street, be
tween Washington - Couiiiiercl tl avunne,
ha otie of the bcit coiiductcd laundry i
tublitlitnotit in the city, and landlord ut
hotels utid boiirdiut; Uou-e 111 Unit It to
their advantage, to call upon her.
Iter prices ato m lullown: Hotel and
Imardltig-house wa-hliiK, T.'i ccnta per
dozen. Kot pleco work price aro
as follow: MtiKlo thllt and cul
lar, 10c; per dozen 60c; f ock ru", two col
lira, no; tVJ handkerchief, fie; vcbts 'ioe;
illd III! (.'oniicilieu n nriii, cue. i-ui
loycll. r.adlci.' dressun, 'i to 60cj
a'.tirts 10 to UOs; drawera 10 to IDc; two
I air hofo c, two collar 5 to ice. Kor la
dies' plain elolhca $1 00 per dozen; for la
(Ilea lino clothe, f I 2ri per dozen; done
dwinptly, and promptlv delivered. I'a
tronae Hollcltod S-"l-liu
A Fine Mock.
Win, Killers desires to Inform his pat
rons and the public generally, that he has
now on hand it lurue slock of French mid
Herman Calf, Kip mid Morocco, mid I
prepared to manufacture, lor store mid
fllce wear, trie llnest of Morocco or Call
Mkln Shoes or Hoots; and for farmer,
draymen and out-door wear generally, Ids
French Kin stuuds above anything over
offered hi this market. Ills Lasts are of
the latest Htyles, and ho can guarantee a
tit nudfatlsliitlou to nil his patrons.
S6?"XX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes at the Hum.ktin ofllee, printed
5,3 00 mid S4 00 per 31.
At tho Bulletin bindery W nmnbuw,
hound lu two volumes, full gilt nior
roeco; r,05t ? ; for nnle at $40.
KATKft OF ADVKKMMINU.
U-All bills lor advertising", air dur and pay
able IS AliVANI 1
Transient ii'lvortlsliiK will Ik- hifrrled nltlm
rate dl l 111 11-iuin.' for the lint Insertion
iiml 'J K iiti fur rarli nliiiiiivnt oiie. A liberal
ilUcoiint will be nude on utanitlutt and illfpluy
Ia)cI notKwH, limlnem or olln-rwlfc, wIIMmj
iliarKeiltencrnlaptrllni! for tin- llrM nmt live
ci nl for raeli additional Insertion, (roiintiiih
llii'lliiMunilUianl)a dlicotint will ! made
nnr tlilrtl IikwiIiiii
Church, oclrty, Ketlvl and Miiipi.r nollcfi
will only liclii'i-rlcd ai adurtl'riui-nta
Kor liircitlhK r'liiiiTuI notice l 10. Notlivof
niHitliiK ornorlellM or wrtl onlrr Wiri-iil for
.No aihcrtlviiiriit will ! rrrrUiil at lew than
13'Anliouncementa S cush-lnvarla-bly
In advance. Mo oxceptlons to tills
Kill: 'llll-.ASt ltKII.
Ciiitoii Ill'l.Lt.TlN . 1'leai.c iinniiiinii: W.M. A.
ItKIIJIAN n a lai.illdnte for the olllre of Comity
'liratlirrrahil Annnoor ut the mulling Notein
lirrrlFCllon. Wr nie aulhorl."l .to aiinniii- .IDll.S A.
ItKKVK nn a rHiidldnle for Ihnillli'i- or Count)
'lrrurfr and Anx-amr, ul the nulling Nurm
Wc are ulithoiltst to unnniinc .IOII.V I'.
IICI, V as a candidate for ( on uly I n-ri-on-r at lite
entiling Sin unUr election
We are authorized to announce the name of
(KOUUK W. sA.MlIOXs. of'I helis, mi ian
dldatfor tho offlteoi' tiiiity ConunlMloDerof
Alexandernmntv at the eiifulngeleetlon.
CITY lV NEWS.
THUKSDAficHiOnKK 2d, 1876.
f.oritl Wealhrr Heiorl.
Laiho.Ill., Oct '7,lriTS.
Vti.. I Wkath.
The A. II.Holhehlld circus company
will ho dlbbanded to-day.
The circus company ot A. II. rtoth
child stopped at the St. Charles.
Miss Klla Armstrong, who has been
111 (or several weeks, l.s still indisposed.
large number ot people came to
town ycaterday to see the circus and me
A colour of emigrants front Albion.
will go through till city for Texas, to
night. Mr. A. J. Wlnthrop, an old resident
of HU Louis, Is registered at the St.
Henry Cuhl w 111 he absent froth- the
city tor a couple of weeks, hunting for a
Mrs. Wardner'n lecture, "A l-athlon-
able Folly," was the ehlet topic ot dis
Mr. Oberly will deliver his address
on Odd-Fellowship, at the I'resbyterlan
Wilson Cramer, city attorney of Cape
Girardeau, was in the city on legal busi
Another party ot emigrants, num
bering about twenty, pae-cd through this
city for Texas, yesterday.
The Illinois Central railroad company
1.- putting up new leuclng along their
road between Cairo and Dongola.
MI;S Annie Pitcher's singing at the
lecture on Tuesday night elicited general
prale from all who heard her.
Mrs. Cochran and daughter, Mrf.
Moore and the noted Tout Collhu, lelt
for their home in New Orleans on Tues
Major I!. G. iiidwell, a prominent
member of the Kentucky legislature, was
lu the city yesterday. He is en route for
The sociable at Liberal lteligiou hall
last evening was not very largely at
tended, owing to other aiuu-cincnts
that were ottered,
The A. 11. Itothchild circus and me
nagerie was visited by a large crowd of
people yesterday atteriioou and evening.
It is a very good show.
The next lecture under the auspices
of the Library Association will be deliv
ered by Professor Alvord in the Metho
dist church next Tuesday night.
A patty of Gyples were loitering
about town yesterday. J hey tried to
make :i horse trade with the circus com
pany, but failed, and left lu disgust.
Up to the present time, Mr. 0. W.
Salomons has no opponent for county
commissioner. The olllce is not ''fat"
enough to Induce many to strive for it.
It Is .said by parties who have traveled
the county over during the canvass lur
the coming election, that Iiccvc will sur
prise his opponents on the day of the
Mr. Edward Kelley, a somewhat
noted coal miner. Is prospecting in the
neighborhood of Tunnel Hill, Johnson
county, hut with what success we have
not been able to ascertain.
Seventeen of the thieves and black
leg who were In town on Monday took
their departure tor tho South on Tuesday
evening. Several still remain, however,
and It will be well to look out lor them.
Married, on Wednesday, October 27th,
lS75,at the residence of W. II. Remington,
Pomeroy, Ohio, hy C. P. Maples, rector
of Grace Church, Capt. DyasT. Parker
to Mrs. Lizzie It. Halllday. No cards'.
A. J. Jones, of Graves county, Ken
tucky, passed through this city yester
day for San Antonio, Texas, where he
goes In hope of bcnelltlug his falling
health. Mr. Jones stands six feet ten
inches in hi stockings, and weighs but
one hundred and forty pound-.
We understand that Clncluuatl com
mission men are making things lively lu
a number of tho small towns on the Cairo
& Vluceuncs railroad. They are buying
all the apples they can get hold of. Prices
range from thirty to ilfty cents per bushel,
according to quality.
Mayor Winter made known hU de
termination to cage every mother's son
of tho party ot blacklegs who were In
town on Monday and Tuesday, hut the
sharpers, learning of the trap which was
to be tet lor them, thought dl-cretlon the
Tivtr. Hah. 1 Tiir. W1.1t.
"a.m. -Viw! 4 Calm.
It W.IW J iJ' h
Sji.tn. Si'. Ml" I ill' 1
better pari ol valor, and vamo-cd on
We undcivdaud Mcsr. Morris, Havel
a; Co., of Ulllu, propoie extending their
wooilen track from lliclr mill to Intersect
the Cairo A St. Louis railroad omewhere
lu the neighborhood of Ila.lewood.
When this track Is completed they will
have lacilities for shipping lumber by
both the Illinois Central mid the Cairo iV.
St. Louis road-.
There is a three-eorneicd light going
on in Puluskl county for the olllce of
county commissioner. John W. Carter
and Mr. Hurneo Frlgmia, of Mound
City, and MaJ. S. O. Lewi-, or Pulaski
Station, are the opposing candidates. It
Is hard to tell, hut It Is generally believed
that John W. Carter has the Inside track.
It Is said that Itlack Hill and Jcp
Craln were very anxious, In securing a
change of venue from Williamson county,
to have been scut to Johnson county lor
trial, hut that Judge Allen opposed their
being fcnt there, and succeeded In having
tlieiit sent to this county. What grounds
Judge Allen based hl objection on we
were unable to learn.
Major James Hampton, uti old resi
dent of Williamson county, was lu town
yc-terday. He Is eighty years of age, mid
has been Intimately acquainted with the
Bulliner-, Spence, Sl-neys and Grains.
He has three grand-daughter, who mar
ried respectively, Fleetwood, Warren and
Wesly Craln, brother of .Marshall Cralu,
now under sentence ot death lor crimes
committed lu Williamson.
Phil Howard will open hN new meat
shop Thursday morning, Oct. IWth, in
V. Hesch'.s building, on Eighth street,
opposite his old place of business, w litre
he will be pleased to meet all his old cus
tomers and a. many new ones. The best
of meats, nnd nothing but the best, will
lie found at his shop daily. Hi past rep
utation for keeping a No. 1 shop l.s a sure
guarantee for the same lu the future.
Miss May Fik, the charming actress,
assisted by Mr. Geo. S. Grey, the young
American actor, and supported hy a full
dramatic company, will give two enter
tainment lu this city, commencing Fri
day evening, Oct. 20th, at which time
will be presented for the llrst time here
the beautiful drama entitled "Pygmalion
and (JtOutea," In which character (Gala
tea) MVs FUk ha-appeared overoOOcon
aecutivi'iiighls. Hciiieuibcr, at the Athc
neum, on Friday e veiling. Give them a
A lew day ago one of our leading
commission merchant1- requested a col
ored man in his employ to put his shoul
der against the end of a car and push It
down the track to a point where he
wished tu lead It. Ever ready to obev
his- employer, the colored individual
stripped oil" his coat and Jumped Inside
the car and after pushing until he nearlv
forced trie end ot the car out. he gave it
up as a bad Job, and called for more help,
when he was advi-ed to stand outside
the car and try.
A very select audience assembled at
the Presbyterian church on Tuesday
evening to listen to the lecture of Mra.
Dr. Wardner. The subject, "A Fashion
able Folly," w hich tunny people lu the
audience supposed to bo of n feminine
gender, was a vice peculiar to the male
part of creation, and was the u-e of to
bacco. The lecturer handled the subject
ably and pointed out the evils ol the use
of the weed in graplil; and forcible lan
guage. She was warmly congratulated
on her success.
On Friday lat a light occurred at
Vienna between the deputy town mar
shal, Mr. Polk Perkins, and a young ruf
fian named Ualeau, who resides some
where near the Wlllianwiu county Hue.
llaleau had been arrested a few days pre
vious for disorderly conduct and a tlue
nsesed against him. On Fridav he
came to town nnd paid the line. Shortly
after he met Deputy Marshal Perkins and
engaged in conversation with lilui,
apparently hi the best of hu
mor, and anxious that there should be no
ill-feeling In consequence oftheatlalr ol
a few days previous. While thus en
gaged lu conversation, and when Per
kins least expected it, llaleau struck him
on the back of the head with a pair ot
brass knuckles, knocking him down,
alter which he dealt hlui eight or ten
heavy blows, every time cutting to the
skull. Perkins dually regained his feet.
when llaleau ran and succeeded in making
his escape, leaving his hor-e in Lin; hands
of the town authorities. Perkins was
pretty badly cut up, though not danger
ously hurt. Haleau Is one ot the young
bloods of the county, and a decidedly
Cure Your Ilort'N.
Epizootic powders tor horses mid
mules sure cure for sale by M. J. Me
Gauley. ' 10-28-lt.
A special communication of
Cairo Lodge Xo. 237, A. F. and A.
M., will be held this evening at 7J o'clock.
Work In the E. A. degree. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
II. F. Huakk, See'y.
With thanks to numerous friends who
desire me to become a candidate for the
responsible olllce of County Commis
sioner, 1 desire to state, thus publicly so
that there may be 110 misunderstanding
that I am not a candidate, and could not
serve If elected. Uesptctfully,
John Q. Hauman.
4'iiiirfftol Yriml Xollce.
1 have this day secured the sole agency
for the sale of Flelschtnau it Co's com
pressed yeast, either wholeselo or retail.
Dealers can he supplied at any and all
times by calling on inc. This Is the only
yeast of the kind in market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Urlitol, 32 Eighth street.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 25, 1875. 10-28.1 in.
A No, I second-hand, seven octave
piano, as good as ne.v, manufactured by
Hallet & Davis, is offered "for sale at a
bargain. Apply to
E, A. Hiiunktt,
10-21-lni. Iliillctln Olllce.
Tlie Miit-rlitKPortlic- He . .11 r. Olllliiuu
mill Mi hiillli- A. She phi-ril.
The lollowlug In relation to the uiaril
ngeof the Hev. Mr. (Illlhum and Ml-s
Salllc Shepherd, we take from the Nash
Vlllc (111.) Dtmocrat:
"It will he remembered by those that
were present on that occasion that Hev.
J. 1). Glllhani preached hi. farewell ser
mon lu the M. E. Church, on the follow
ing text: 'And when the chief Shep
herd aliall appear, ye shall receive a
crown ol glory that faileth not away,' It
being the llrst epistle general of Peter,
tilth chapter and fourth verse. The
Shepheid hath appeared, and we trust he
will receive the fulfillment of the
scripture to the fulle-t extent
On Wednesday afternoon, October 20lh,
at two o'clock, Win. p. Knhl, of Beards
town, III., and Miss Mary K. Shepherd
were married at the residence of the
bride' father In Nashville, Immediately
followed by the marriage of Hev. J. I,
Glllham and .Mi-s Salllc A. Shepherd, the
Hev. G. W. Hughey, of Itellevllle, ofll
On this occasion only the relatives and
a few of the most Intimate friends were
present. After tho ceremony and con
gratuiations the party partook ol re
freshment', and engaged for a time lu
social conversation. Time under such
circumstances passes very fast, nnd It
was soon announced that the time for
the departure of the party on the evening
train was at baud.
The happy couple, accompanied hy a
few friends from Heardstown, departed
for St. Louis where they spend a few
day, when Mr. Knhl and lady will start
on a three weeks' tour East. Mr. Glll
ham, however, li not prepared to be ab
sent from his ministerial labors at Cairo,
consequently will at once proceed to that
city, where there Is a neatly furnished
house awaiting their occupancy.
The marriage ot these parties was In
deed a pleasant affair, and will long be
remembered as such by those who had
the pleasure of attending. The bridal
presents were elegant, as well as appro
priate. With Mr. Knhl we have only a
slight acquaintance, but arc assured that
he is worthy ol the estimable lady of his
choice. He is engaged in the mercantile
business at Heardstown.
With Mr. Glllham we are proud to say
wc are acquainted, and know him to be
a perfect gentleman, one hi every way
suited to Id accomplished companion.
And lu conclusion we take pleasure in
wishing the parties all the happiness pos
llrleku Mity be Muilo .'lore
IKor the Bulletin. 1
Wc are indeed gratified to !-ee that the
individual citizens of Cairo, as well as the
municipal board, are paying' iO much at
tention to the public ?ood, anil the ap
pearance of tho highway;, by the
somewhat general Improvement maul-
testud lu rcmodcllm; the .'Idcwulks hv
substituting brlcl.s lu place of planks.
lo thoe parties who are now engaged In
till laudable ifmrt, and lltoH' who pro.
proe to do so, we would -niggest that If
the bricks lo be used arc llr.-t subjected
to a hot bath ol coal tar, until
they become thoroughly sat
urated, the effect will be such as to ren
der tins material invaluable lor tills pur
pose, thus affording a substantial and, in
the long run. cheap walk. This process
as will bo readily understood, completely
tills the pores of the bricks, which, added
to the effect of the sun ami fro-t, after
they are laid, causes them to become per
fectly solid, and Impervious to moisture
of anv kind. It U simply impossible for
this kind of a walk to be otherwise
than smooth, and will last much longer
than those not constructed lu this man
ner. Kor carriage crossings, bricks so
treated will last as long, If not longer,
than those built of the hardest 'tone.
For lloors, where great solidity is re
quired, or where llre-proof conditions are
demanded, this mode o! preparation can
not be excelled. Wc notice that Mr.
I.chl Is having constructed, In front of
his residence, a walk made ol brick pre
pared In the wav mentioned. The
cost is comparatively but little Increased,
while the result gained l" mot .satisfac
tory, llrlck thus prepared are largely
coining into 110 in tho ornamentation
of buildings, designs highly unliiuo and
beautiful being produced thereby. Tho
structure.! recently erected on tho burnt
districts of Chicago and IloMou. are,
many of them. cmbcllMicd with such
I'll I-1 Mil.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padueah.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
Kitty Hegler, Memphis.
IS. 11. Cooke, Kvansvllle.
Belle of Shreveport, St. Louis.
" Silverlliorne, Evaiisvllle.
" Cons. Miliar, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Lioness, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padueah.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
Kitty Hegler, Cincinnati.
" Bcllu Shreveport, New Orleans.
" B. II. Cooke, Evaiisvllle.
" Sllverthorne, Evaiisvllle.
" Cons. Millar, Memphis,
Tow-boat. I.iones-, St. Louis.
IlIVKIt, WKAtllKll AND HUSINKSS.
Tho river lust evening was 7 feet 3
Inches on the gauge, having fallen 3-5 of
an i'ucli during the previous 21 hours.
The weather continues clear aud tlue.
At lust accounts the City of tjulucy
was hard aground at Shoolly bar.
Capt. 11. W. Dugan lelt for the South
to look after the Indiana business yester
Press Squires, an old aud well-known
steamboat engineer, died at Newport,
Kentucky, on Sunday night last.
Pilot Augello Mclirlde l now on
the Lioness snd Pilot lleorge Fiirnsworlh
THE BIG GUN!
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
to mind that
FARH 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 fight competition of that kind with "shd&dy? goods, made
by second hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listefco no stories that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor mercftjra0rat cannot defend
his own business. :J&
A trial ia what we oak to
ing "frienda" or old C
almighty dollar. T
in tho ofty, at price,
has Mac place on the Transfer, J. S.
We are glad to learn that Captalu
Berry, of the Alf. Stevens, who ha3 been
tick so'long, Is able to be about again.
Hates advanced at St. Louis day be
fore yesterday to 30 and CO cent on New
Orleans freights and 35 and 75 cents on
The City of Alton ran through her
self some days ago at Devil's island.
The Chester yesterday brought her ma
chinery to her from St. I.011U and she
will soon be repaired.
The tow-boat I'eytoua has had a lit
tle bad luck. A dispatch says she pulled
out her stem at Tradewater and has gone
back to Evansvllle for repair, and that
the Greyhound Is bringing out her
The Kato Kinney struck some ob
struction at Devil's Inland, Tuesday, and
dropped under Mlnton's point, where
she appeared to he resting on the bottom
when the Chester came by. The Chester
would have left her a barge, but could
not spare It.
The I'aditcah Smt jays that last
Saturday Captain Otts'owler contracted
to go down In Hiram mil's submarine
armor for the benefit ot a fewj select
trlends. When the hour arrived, bnw-
ever. the Cantaln thought better of his
rush resolve and backed out.
The remains of Capt. tieorge F. Mil
ler. who died In Js'cw Orleans lat Sat
urday, will be Interred In Louisville, his
former home. He was ot the llrui of
Miltenbcrger - Co., of New Orleans, and
of the Grand Laku Coal company, of
Wau Dki'Ahiuust. Kivku Uu-mir,
LOW WATCH. CIIAMir..
FT. IN. FT. IN.
Cairo 1 - 11 ','
I'itUburu r s. 1
Louisville 1 I I" x
.Nashville , '-i '
St. UiiiU I a ti X 1
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands lu Alexander county.
Winter' Block" and 'Winter'
A large number of desirable ltesi
dences, and excellent vacant Lots, .suita
ble for business houses ami residences.
FOB I! EXT.
Winter's Block- suitable lor Hotel,
Olllces or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered 1, 7, Sand 1), In
Winter's Kow, 5 rooms each, for ?I0 per
Xo. 10 (corner), 1?I2 507 rooms.
Store room hi "Pilot Hou-e," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
A desirable Cottage 011 Popular
street, near Thirteenth street.
Upper lloor of building next to Com
mercial (Wavcrly) hotel. .
Two small Houses w est of Twenty
second street, near Pine, $1 each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for SI- per mouth.
Business hoiie 011 Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, ('(de
man it Co.
FOR LEASE Oil SALE.
V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, oittsidu lire limits. Also
a large number of other Lots in dlilerent
Lands, In tracts lo Milt, near Cairo.
Corrected dully by K. SI. Stearns, commission
merchant, M-mlnry of the Cairo llouiil ol'
Flour, iiceonllnif to Kindt' 1 ontf s 00
Corn, inlxinl, sucked ... Wo
Corn, Hhlte, nicked Wo
O.i B, mixed 4'.'c
llr.m, It Ion 1 ('0
Mini, ntciilll dried a 11O
llutler, choice Xoillieiu -'itti.'So
lliitUT, cliolce Southern Illinois 'iKj'c
Kkkh, per Uozcii ., VIM
Cliickens, per dozen iJ .'O.i a to
Turkeys, ir dozen- 7 0o..0 10
Apple, choice, per barrel a "Ki 21
Apples, common, perbnirel - 00
l'olutoes, per uarrel , ... .. I Mi
Onions, imt barrel 2 CO
ftetv HuekMlienl Hour
for sale at the New York Store. Also
hi'If-i'Mmr buckwheat Hour, in boxes, for
J family use. IM.VPlt
tojjjakeoatdnoroutofyoiioll. Wo don't ask your patronago on account of be
iffjM Wa lure boon known laoro lo ! thoso many years) but to savo you th.
Jne fojMng for friendship is gone. Our stock of Fino Uurtorwcar, the largest
auitiali. wo makowar on high prices. As Usual.
,OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
Large stock ladles' furnl-hliiggooiN,
to be sold very cheap at O. Hanny's.
Choice cranberries at I he New
Don't fall to see that hand some line !
of Ladles' Ties and Ribbons at .1. Hurger
Those who need winter hoots should
call on K. yfene, Commercial avenue.
Ills stock ofunch and Domestic calf
.kins Is thu lxttjii flie ak'et.
Large stojKjrtlfing. to he sold out
t.. 11.. .. .1 - t r.V. . . . fc 1 . 1
In.all its details, and wl!Ue-.sold $ctipc&
tlian ever. J. lluitoitit & Co.
nel.s, llnscy.s and sheeting llannels, very
cheap, at C. Haimy's.
For Embroideries and Laces, go to J.
Burger & Co.'s, Xo. 121 Commercial ave
nue. TIip Aleninter County llniik Mill
pay lulereit 011 ileolln in Ihe out.
1 11 K UrpMrlineul.
II. .lone-, the Coinmerclal avenue
hoot-maker, can furnish you with the
best pair of boots to be found lu the city.
! u .it 00, .iii.tiuiv,i, Miiiicr-
wear at very low price at .1. Burger it
The finest stock of dress goods, con-
Ming of Casshnere.s, Empress Cloths',
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplins, at J. Bur
ger it Co.'s, 121 Coinmerclal avenue.
BIG INDUCEMENTS OFFEBED
IX CKJABS AXD TOBACCO, AT
cowpEitrnwAiT it Phillips'.
Large stock gents' furnishing goods
at very low prices, at C. Hanny's.
For great bargains In Flannels, call
! on J. Uurgcr & Co. They have the best
assorted stock in the city, aud sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at O. Hanny's.
it you want a good Custom-made
lady's or nil-s's shoe call on J. Burger
JWaSrTHE ALEXAXDEli COUNTY
BANK WILL PAV 1NTEBEST OX
DEPOSITS IN THE SAVINGS DE
Largo stock of domestic prints, inns
Jiiis-. ami Ifukhigs, at low prices, at C.
J. Burger it Co. call especial attcn
tlon of housekeepers aud those content
plating Keeping liou-c, to tlielr large
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This is their llrst season in that
Hue, and are conlldent of suiting all in
the latest designs.
Large stock of carpels, oil cloths aud
matting, at greatly reduced prices, at 0,
For cork-soieu boots or shoes, go to
It. Jones, the Commercial avenue boot
and shoe maker. He Is a tlrst-cbps wuik-
111:111 and never falls to please.
A very largo assortment of German-
town yarn, llcruiah zephyrs, aud every
article appertaining to lids department
in all shades and colors, at '. Burger it
Flue, neat aud stylish box-toed
stitched boots aud shoes are madu
specialties by 15. Jones, tho Comtuctclal
avenue boot and show manufacturer.
Give him a cull.
J. Burger it Co. liuvo now on hand
the most elegant stock ol 2 aud 3 button
Kid Gloves ever brought to this city, and
aro determined to .sell them at remark
ably low figures.
A scries of lectures under the auspi
ces of the members of the Library Asso
ciation for the establishment of a public
library in Cairo, will be held alter
nately at the Presbyterian, Methodist mid
Chrlstaln churches. The following la
dles and gentlemen havo kindly con
sented to lecture, commencing:
Nov. 2, Prof. G. G. Alvord.
" !, Dr. G. G. Parker.
" 10, Dr. 11. Wardner.
" 23, (To ho lilted).
' 20, Dr. Win. It. Smith.
Dec. 0, Miss Kato Thompson.
" 13, Hon. Win. II. Ureen.
" 21, Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
O. O. E. Goss, See'y.
By order of Executive Committee.
Shawls and Cloaks of all tho Into
styles ranging from the cheapest to the
lluest. J. Burger it Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
uro able to undersell any hou-e lu the
city. Call and he convinced.
I nl llerlietl lie Pi I.N KM! II.
I. O. O. l-ollec.
All members of Alexander Lodge Xo.
'-''.M, are remiestetl to meet at the lodge
room on Thursday night next, at 7
o'clock, sharp, and from there proceed in
a body to the Presbyterian church, where
our M. W. G. M., John II. Oberly, will
deliver his address on Odd Fellowship.
Visiting brothers cordially invited ,lo join'
with us. The public are InvjajjpTo bu
present ul'the church af 8 o'clfife?"
'.' K. Smck,
-TZj .- V A. It. M.L Wiin.
11. F. Bl.AKK,
The Delmoiilco Saloon,
alley, shooting gallery, and all llxtures
pertaining to the establishment. For
terms of sale, apply to
10-2(j-tr MltS. A.N.NIK CoY.Ni:.
A. Ilalley has removed to Ids new
storeroom, 115 Commercial avenue, oi-po.-ite
Winter's Block, and next door to
the Arab engine house, where he will be
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many new oue. !-30-tf
I hereby notify the business men of
this city, and public at large, that I wilt
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted hi my name, unless made by me
personally. Mni. A.n.vik Cov.ni:.
We have now the agency for this yeast,
the best In use, made hy Taus.ky & Co..
which we shall receive fresh daily by ex
press, wholesale anil retail, at New York
in o. in.
lloiiKeliutd rurnlturo nt Ancllon.
Friday, Oct. 2t, 1S75, at 10 a. m., at
late rcsldeneu of M. S. Cox, deceased, on
Walnut, between Eighth and Ninth
streets. Bedsteads, springs and mat
tresses, bureaus, withstands, wardrobe,
chairs, dining room extension table, side
board, refrigerator, hat-rack, kitchen
stove and utensils, heating stove?, lloor
matting, carpet, small tables, curtains,
lamps, dNlics, etc. Louis II. Mvr.ns,
mm mwM m j
llolnun's AKiinuulI.lvcr Pad U medicated
w llli 11 liariules viipdnlile compound actlnjr oii
tli liver nnd stomaeli, tlironxli wlilcli and by
which un Internal iiclloiiUjriifiicd by uliaorpllon
until eurv particle ofiimlarlal and billnii iniI
miiiIh taken from llio .lein. In a pleiuant nnd
utmost Imperceptible, manner, without theiild
oraiiy internal medicine, caiulnif no I it tatlon,
ueliiiKiilikenn children and adults, t lie pil
lion t W lelt in ubtolntc health. Thee etute
mentaare endoised by oer2J,C00 living: wlt
neasci All nie delighted w ho hate tried (hem
lalthnilly. And this I'ail U alio neter rlllnc
pretentlte ol fever and niie, biljoui remit
tent uuil yellow fever and all malarial dlseanei.
DR. R. S. BRIOHAM,
130 Commercial Are. Cairo, HU,
m-Aitent lor Soiithirn llllnoU, Western
Kentucky and Southfiutrrii Missour i.
EJ"Sent by mall, un receipt ofprlc.
Centrally ImM, Kltgaitly FuriihW.
Tho Ootnmeroil Hotel -f ta City.