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SKOIIKT HOCIKTIKa
Anl.Af.ON l.ejlM.1;, SO. M
lnilil nf Pythian, nui'l every r'rl
On- ii(kM nt lKiir-ial ncien, in OiM
Ii'lloHs.' Hull. Jko. II liO-SHAM,
t ham-cllor ( 'omninmcr.
AI,i;.A.M)Klt I.OIIUr., NO. Wit
liiilrifmlent Onbrof iMipr'el
t.... ...... 'I tin refill t tililif
tSl iii ii:ifr-twiM- en. in their Voll on
i tiniinrclal MfMtiiH, 1'i-iwffii .-lilli mi'1 ''ernith
iirsats. T .1. Ivri'TH, N. i.
utile) i:m;ami'.mks"t, I. . o f., touts
in iMtf-rVlliiWs' Hull on I he ll rut mi' I Ihlnl
iv I n in every month, ol lialfMat leven
11. r . n. j
I',
a t'AlltO I.OIK.K. S'O.S1"...K. A A. SI.
Ca. 1 1 Mil regular rntmnunicntloiia In Mi
ys inU Hull, corn" i-onme-nlal hvmiui-
" 'and Klulith s'mt, on me tvnml awl
i tirfli Mwi'hiv of iirli month
LOCAL NOTICES.
'I'ltrlmll- ;lnc.."
'IliUim new -tyb- "I pic. tire now be
ItiK preKs-jccd by W in. Winter, the nrii't,
of this city. Tlwc pie tun tire creating
ninth Intercut In nil the prluelpnl I .aste rn
mill Vttiril e'Itli.s.bellig!lllou,clher new.
They sire nnlllie photograph, being
mlMMl and henutllully tntimclid over the
entile aurtnoe, soft, hi tone, hut ilMlnet In
tho light and shade. No otiewhoHos
them t.ill tomlinlrt' ihrin, or to give Iho
nrtlut sn order. We lme lief n shown a
miinherof plcturr n well-known l.-.dleii
anil j," nllciiien of the elty, ami have no
hesitation In pretiiouniing iln-m jM-rfw'tly
splendid. Wu would thcrclorc advise nil
who take Inttrc-t In nh nintter or de
sire iiVctutof. to call upon .Mr. Winter at
his gallery anil examine his work In this
new branch of the hi'knv-fnpturii)g nrt.
9-11-tf
i.ouii iici-nej-i iikh ii i.si:.vi:it.
IKin'i rnrgel !
lfyouwaut tinware, stoves etc..tliat A.
Ilalley Im dmngeel lit pine" of business
nml in now bs t'oinnl at 115 Coniuicreiiil
avenue, next door to the Arib englm
lmui', whrre ho will 1st- ph-awil to i-e
oii mill Rive yon bargain a of old.
' i)30 ir
('Islam rleiiueil.
iv rsoim having ei'tcnia needing pump
ing out and repairing mVt! ,om
promptly nml at prices f suit thu time,
by Billing on .1. S. Hawkins. Crognet.
I hnrcoinimiMMlpimpeiiipi.eilall tho
lime for tlw pttritosc. '-10-tf.
Wnnlril
tCicrytxxJ to kno. that the I'lm- U
A smooth aline,
A Kued shampoo.
A fashionable halr-.ii',
Oraiiythinsintliatltnp,
1 nt the (Jiuni. Cr.sTHAl. IliKlilIK
il !, cotm-r IllgliUi nod C'u;aiu rcUI.
iu.' .1. uiioiinK i?n:iKi!ot .
I'II.M'..M:U nt l.ouln IIeileIN
t-B" I'r. .Shcinmii, Iho gti-nl i-pt-Hal-I
t , r0I Xorlh Sixth lmrt. Im galnwl an
enviable reputation In the pi edy ninimcr
in whlfh he trwiw all chrome dKu-e.
Sou iidvertl-ement fur hi- jmat syiilillUie
Kradlcalor, Indortiil by the mi-dUal fa
enlty uviwywhiri). l-it.lyr.
T llii I'miii.
hoii:' liim of cwfli-v and igar jnt in.
at tlK' New York Store.
Illlerexl oil llrio.lt.
'ITtt AleraiuUr V-mniy Itnnk "-HI pay tn
lTfl oh drpoit Wf'ii.f depart
, nt. . . . "'"
.Nulli e if Kriimtal
C. Konh 1 ri'inovtil hb boot and
-hoo hop from the old itand to hi
new hriek iMiihllng fnc blek Udow),
No. !)0 Commercial avenue, lictwcen
i lttli and Sixth -lui'ts where he will
l.iien tho beet home made ni.d St. I.onl
eiirtom made boot- anil S'Iiik-h. mailo of
iho bei-t nmtci ImI ; KfKtd woiknmn-hip
mid in tho lntiM rtylt. All ordrr.
tromptly attendiil to. D il-tf.
I'll.SHNHi: at l.oul-lleibertv.
nil din.'
ttATi:.s or Anvi:it i isi.j.
It" All liillii formh't'rlliinK ntu iltie ami -.iy
able is aiiV.imi r.
'I rontli nt ii'lteilltlnRWllI hiwrlnl nt l!t
rale of II 10 .triVimic for tin- flrtt liiM-tllmi
ami i fill fur eiicli iilictipiit one, A HU-nil
ihic, nut ill In! mail" nn UikUiik niid llilny
nittPtti-fiiitiiM.
Itenl iintirm, lmnliidtt or otherwise, .will In
rhnrgitl ten cent :r line for the tint nntt flvr
rnt4 for trlt adilillnnnl IliMrllon, (ei tinllns
nvfllutatanilunvuril)a tlleiiiil wi'l I nn'lf
after Itiinl lnf tl-.n
fhimh. Suolcl). renllml and Hitpi nllit-i
will only Iks lnt rtl a ailu-rtl-miita
lor lnrtliiK' Kiini-nil nolle l '. Settler of
riiM.'tlna; of noclHlf or wret onltT m rents fur
UCll ItlMTtl'HI
No mhertlef inrnt Will In rerrlvnl nt le titan,
crfllti.
A.VMM :i:mi:ms.
O'Announcomeiitii Sf coHh-lnvarla-bly
In nelvuncej. IJo oxcoptlonn to tills
mlc'tJJ
rem TiiKAttiimt.
I'lilTijii I!' Ll.r.Tlx l'l-atujannimrife WM. A.
tti:ii.MAN em n onmliilntf fhrlhr olUcrofe uinty
l iimvrainl A r at Iho iimliu Noieni
Ur t lectlmi.
Wc lire imtlKirlwl tit nnmmtw .lollN A.
ltki:VHiinilhlAlu for tiKMiMrcol' i;unt
iKHitimr anil Amuw, nt tltr eii.-ulnn Kuifiii"
lirrelM'tloii.
We are nn!li(irl.wl to anii'Hinex .li)HN I'
IIKf.Va" a4nnl!iUt'' f-i t o'inlv TrnuniTrut llir
muiii- NoK'NiIr r el" ' tl'ili
loll t DM.MIt'MSmt.
We ir" uuth'irlriil to mm' nnrc tti- tvatiii of
(IC'Ht'.K M Ion' or I IiHk-, a ran
'Ilil itfliT tl.e ulll'e' f "ti'v i'iiiiiini-ionrof
Alrit.iii'lrruiitj at the eiiiiim?elrH'.n.
OIT1T NEWS.
'I'.i tin fltlseii ol -nIi-(t.
I wnulU Infnnn my iiuny lriemlii.th.it 1
i in -till in the auetton Im-lnesi, i.nd teady
to nttend to all d that n.uv l iter. My
luiue uxiKiticneo In ihl luifinc n.u'.i no
. otimiu.it i I no t-xpi rltiieiit mi my part
mid patties onlrurtinss uooui ti tn cam
i.eml not bo nfiahl. a 1 ai.l no Vtulb r
noico In tin bulnc.
Jiieeiial attention rIvoii to realcptutu tnl
oui-door Miltii1, nt I lne nerrml-e(l mak-
.UK a rale. 1) Hai.IMvk, Auctioneer.
Comer Sixth ftret't and ijnramerrlid Av
7.51-ti
!ciifioiisrii.sr.M.ii--iii i.'tiii- iii'i-
lierl"1
A .Vit. I J.ittiiiilry .
It lbliow conceded that Mrc Coleman
the loumlrc-, Sc. 11 fourth htrcet, In
twtcn W nhlir,'t in .V- Ojtmiirrcl d aveuup
Iish ono of Hie bcrt contluotcil l.iun'lry e
labllrlnnenH m the city, and 1 itidlupfc ol
hotel, atul boiirdhur joiic rtlll llml It to
lhclr adiit-i!.'o to call upon bur.
Her 5'1'iecs are c IoIIowk: Hotel am
lioirtliiik,lioti"i wadihiKt T.'i ient per
inen. l'oi nleco wutk prlci'D ate
in tollow : SliiKto rhirt and loI
l.ir, Ilk; per do.cu 80ej t-ock .V; two col
lari, 6; twM lnindUcrchlcIf, Ik; vti UOc
mil all eciUk'imm'ri wear. M)c. icr
lozeli. Ladles' ilree, 2:i to f.Oe
.i-i.iy iii iii "n,; ilrawnr 10 to luci two
. ir tin.it Re? two et3ll.tr 5 to b'e. far lu
.llo,' nlntn clothe Ct 00 ntr doon; (or la
tin;, iiti.t ..lotliPH. 61 .W nrr jlnzin: done
drstniHly, and promptly dilUered. 1"
trona?o solicited fe-Il'-Im
A I'lllil Ktoi'lt.
Win. Khlers de-ire.; to lnt'oiui hi pat
ioih and the nuidie "euerallyt tlmt he ha
I'.ow on hand a hww toek of I'lench ami
lierninu Cull". Kin and .Morocco, and i
prepared lo umuui'iietntv, lor sioro nml
ollleo wear, the lluest of Morocco or alt
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for fanner.-:,
ilrayini'ii and out-door weargencrnlly, hit
l're'uuh Kip stand- above anything evei
ollerod ln tills umrket. His l.alt mo of
Iho laten (Styles, and lie ean gunranteo a
lit iindsitl.-fallou lo all his p:itron-.
li-M-lf.
iglfXX Amber and White rug Mock
envelopes at tho Ui'M.r.m olllce, printet.
on mid $1 00 per M.
JsA'lTItDA V, OCTOItr.U SO, 1875.
I.nenl Weullier Keporl.
Caiiio. III., Oct 2,IT5.
IIAK." 'Jiir. I Wi.J0. 1 Vi.L. I Vi:aii7.
e.7 1 i H I Cloutly.
IMK.
p.m. i
!).Hil I 1.7 I - 1 I
M.ri'i ' 1 - I ' . "
tti.Tliii ; ! '-' 1 Tliemt.
IMi'luiei)iui Aioerlt ii,
At tho nuu.r.iix bindery 18 number,
bound lu two volumes, full gilt inor
iocco; cost $U; for s.ile fit fll).
lit'iiiriil Item.
Church sociable, are now lu order.
Mr. Morrla, of l.'llln, is In the city.
The epizootic still idiitlnuos to bother
the horiu ol this city.
The county iloctlon conies off next
ite-slay.
.Mr. William l.iukerarrlveil in Cairo
from IndiatiBpolli yciterday inornliig.
The communication- ef Saneo"
i 111 appe-ar in the l!ci.n,mix to-tnorruw.
All wai ejulet lu .Itttlge Jslrils police
court yetcnbiy.
Nell's new brick building on Highlit
atti't going up gradually.
("apt. .lohn 11. I'liUlis Is eoullned to
hi liott-e by "iekners.
'I'here are now two eandlilnte: in tlie
field tor county eoiriuilnsioiicr.
lrn. Capt. StltiMJit. of Anna, llllnoi,
vMtlug at the n-1 lenceofJIr. .lolin 1!.
hilll, in tliif" H ly.
Mr. W. S. Goodrich, ol New York,
In the elty paying Id brother, id the
Cairo Sc. Vhicenue.-, i.dlroad, a vi-lt.
Nick W1111rui lias opened a meat
market at the corner ol Twi.iitlutli atrert
and Wrt-bington avenue.
Hon. I.oni- llrowti. of Capo tilnir-
ilemt. was in tin city ye-terJay. lie
topped nt tlie St. Chat let-.
Mr. Severe .MHrehildoii. of 1 liel-o-,
eamlidate for county coininUsionei, is in
the elty.
Drawing lesson every Saturday
from 1) oeKH.'k a. ni.,att!tel'arl-lielioo.
1'enna, ftO cents jturiuunth. .1. Finn;.
lo-eo-yt
I'roframr Alvotd will lecture before
tho J.lbrarv A'-oflatlon on I tie-day
night.
Tho narrow-gauge lailroad company
now traiuport ttieir pa-senger" irom
lhclr -topping pliue. above the break in
tlie levee, to the elty by hack-.
Wo arc Informed by Mr. Jll. II. Can-
dee, that the ltev. IK. Ullnin McUaren
will accept tlie Kpifcoiate ot tlie Stale ol
Illitioi-.
Mr. M. 11. Hun-ell, candidate lor the
olllce of enuntv Trea-tiivr and As-c.-or
ut the coining election, Mnrted for ti trip
throii"h the county yefterday morning.
Ml- Allle Cutting, ol Mettopolls,
whohai been visiting for the pact ten
days at the re-Idcnee of Mr. C. It. Wood
ward, in lldi tily, returned to h r Home
on Thursday afternoon.
-Owing to elrcuui-taiice-ovir which
the manai'dncni tad no control, tlie
May Kisk theatrical troupe, did not tip
near ut the Atlieucutn la-t ni'dit. They
will, however, give a performance tlil-
cnlng.
.Itiil received at li. .1. Cundll.-, No.
17 Klghth street, C.dto, Illinois, one ear
cabbage, one c.ironioiH, one ear Norllt
ern potatuus, and also 10 barrel choice
medium beans all of which will be .-old
cheap. KPJli-ai.
The animals exhibited In A. H. Koth-
child .V. Co.'. uiemigerle have till been
nit Into the old warehouse In tho rear of
the St. Charles Hotel, wliero they will bo
kept dining tlie winter.
-Mr-. Capt. llalllday ami Mrs. W. V.
Wright, wlio have been paying a Hying
visit to friends and relatives lu Memphis
for the past two week, will return to
Cairo on the City of Chester tills morn
ing. Tho Hon. William Hartzell, member
of Congress Irom this dislrlcl. who was
lu Iho city on Wedne-day, will return to
Cairo again to-day anil remain over Sim
day. He propose-to take a look at the
Ml-lslppl levee.
Gov. llevcrldgo has appointed Col.
Taylor, of this city as a delegate to at
tend the convention to bu held in Chi
cago, to look idler the interests of the
proposed southern railroad.
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles Hotel ye-terday tere Mr. .1.
S. li rider, an cMeu-lVi) cotton grower of
Helena, Arkin-a; .1. Watts, of.Menipliis
and Captain .1. V. VeiiiolV, ot the Meantei
IVtouln. Dim wt-ek irom next Tuesday night,
thu Cathollu church of this city will hold
u (air and fc-tlvul nt Hitrger'.- old stand,
corner ot Ninth sin et mid Commen-hit
avenue, l no proceeds m tlie lesiivai w ut
be contributed to the church. The ulValr
will beu very pleasant one. All are In
vited (o attend. Ticket' ot ndiulslon,
twentuy-tlye cenf.
Mrs. Captain W. I'. Ilalliibiy. ot this
e.ily, wa appointed by Mr, (inventor
llovcrldgc a member ol the Woman's
Centennial committee, for thi illstrlet.
Mr. Halliday has, we are iiilormeil, elc-i-liurd
the honor f the appointment.
Mr. .f.H. Otidi r, of Helena, Arkan
sua, will pas through tins city to-morrow
with lllty ncgreie: who-e erlees lie
procutfd in Chut lesion. Missouri, to go
to lii i-oitmi I'lntit.ittrtu ni 'ir Hii' lin. to
pick cotton.
The young gentlemen who propine
ghlng a paily af the at. Chaile. one
week Irom ln-t night, have lnued the In
vltiittous for the evrnt. "Tli. I-'IrH of
the Scnmu," will ! imide a tnot enjoy,
able allnlr. A good siting li.imlha bce ii
procui'il to fiirulh inii'If.
Mr.'. Klla (irangi-r ha lutroilueod
phonography Into the high school, and
nlo into the colored grammar school of
this elty. ThO'c of the pupils hi both de
partment who have taken hold of the
study, weiii to lie greatly plefl'e.d with it,
ittid iuaulfet much Interest In it.
Ycterday nltrrnoon. while n llltlu
eoliireil slrl was wending her wny lo
school, ami when on the hlli Mdewalk,
betwei'ti Fourttentli and llicliteentli
Mreet-, on WaOilngtou avenue, -ho wa
caught by a gut ol wind and llft'.l en
tirely oil' tin; eldewalk into the - tret t.
Conrad Alba ha hud -mile ext'-n-lvc
Improvements made in his btirbcr rhop
on Sixth street, in id for neatues and
eomfiit'lt Is second to none. If you
want a clean, smooth sh ive, or :i fah
lonablu hair cut, or anything In his Hue.
give liim a call.
ill- l.i..ic MeKeaig, who 1ms been
ab-ent from Cairo lor -ome weeks on a
vl-lt to friunds in Ilcmlcrjoii, ly., rc
turmil on Thur-day evening. MUs
rntiny I'oscy. of Henderson, returned
witli Mis MeKeaig, and will reiuaiii in
Cairo tor a few weeks.
Mike McCarthy wn at rested on
Thursday night for ral-Ing a disturbance
in it smIooii on the levee. He wn tip
belore .lttdge l!ro- ye-terday morning,
for trial, and was lined live dollars ami
cons. He was sent to the calaboose for
six days. He will labor for tlie gootl ol
the city.
The liberality and kindness dipinycd
by the Cairo .t St. I.ouls Ituilroad Com
pany, in olleriug three thousand dollars
toward the repairing of tlie MisMs-lppi
levee, provided tlie city will give them
the right of way oyer it tiller the work
has been done, is exceedingly retreli
big. Thonm Mcllale, who was arretted
and lined some time ago, and given a
stay of execution provided lie would
leave town, wn arrested again yesterday
morning. He was taken betore .ludge
I!roi fur trial and given llfty-.slx day in
tlie calaboose. Ho will write a book on
prlon lile a soon a he gets out of Jail.
Tlie ladies of the Church or the I.'c
tleemer arc -till at woik preparing for
tliejr fair and fcMlval. to take place somt "
time near ChrWtuia-. We tiro informed
that this will be the mo-t extensive affair
of the kind ever attempted by thc-o ..
tcrprl-iog latlie-. It ha-not yet been de
cided w hero ihe fair will be held.
The manager of the Cairo anil St.
Louis railroad company, with -uperb
Impudence, propo-e to contribute j-II.WO
toward the construction of a new levee,
provided it can thereby obtain tho right
of way over the levee. If thai company
wishes an embankment lor It rail', let it
pay for oil". It had one a week ago, and
permitted It to be waheil into the Mississippi.
Severe Marehildnn announce- him
self tilts morning through thecolumn- of
the ltri.Lr.TiN as a candidate for the of-
llco of county euiniuls'loutr. I luting
Mr. Marchildon's fonfier career a com
nik-ioncr, lie fulfilled thu duile of the
ollleo to Ihe satisfaction of the citizens of
the county, ami should bo elected. It i
to the lntoret ol thu people ol Alexander
county to give him their support.
On Thursday afternoon a little boy
named Nick llcrry. a pupil of Miss. I'lill
lis hi thu Thirteenth street -ehoi.l, while
playing near the -chool hou-e, met with
a severe and liainlnl accident, lie wa-
ruunlug along the sidewalk with a -harp
-lick in id- hand, when he tripped, ami
fill down, tin; sharp point ot tlie -tick
penetrating Ihe lelt sldeol hi- Jaw, where
it broke oil'. Dr. Smith wn- i.dled and
attended to the unfortunate huy's wants.
I'lill Howard will open hi- new meat
shop Thm-fday morning. Oci. it-lb, In
V. lte-ch's building, on Klghth treet,
oppo-ito his old place ol bu-inc- whore
lie will be pleaed to meet ail hi- old cus
tomers nml a many new one-. The best
of meals, mid nothing but thu best, will
be found at his .-hop dally. His past rep
utation for keeping a No. 1 shop Is n -lire
guarantee for tlie atne In the lultire.
10-i7-5t.
Tho .Vioi wishes its to get Into .1 pa
-ion ueeatl-e tlie Tru-tees will not build
sinew levee, and wishes to know If we
haui no suggestion lo make, no lemidy
to oiler. Thu.S'iet, thu great (pte-tioi:-
askcr, neglects to tell us what it wishes
remedied. We know that u lovtu inut
be u'jnstructeil Immediately. That I- all.
Has the .S'iot any reincdy to oiler tor
what it wishes us to offer a remedy,
which is wo know not what V
To llir teller) of ,i luieiiieler County.
tir.xii.iAtiiN Having hreit often nml
urgently olirlted to bi ioiue a candidate
for tlie ollleo ol County Coinuilsdotier
by friends too numerous to mention. I
yield, anil hereby mitiounee that i am u
candidate for tlint polilon ; and. a all
candidates say, I ,iy that if elected
I -hall perform the duties ol
the olllce fall li fully, impartially and lenr
lesjly. Tho inteieM of city and ejountry
alike ."hall receive my constant attention.
Taxation, road", bridge.", paupers, I've.,
Ac, shall be -ublect or great con-ldera-tlott.
IVrsonal indUposltloii, nnd being
undetermined a to whether I would
make tlie race, inut bo my apology for
thi. late announcement, ami for not tl
Itiug.vntiaml bavin; tlie util "hand
shake. Leaving dm choice In your
hands, gentlemen. I ran,
Your obtelleiit -i rvanl
St: r.itv. M.Mtriiii.iMiv.
Xeii Vent .MnrUel .
.Jacob Walter-i and Cliris Anthu, two
ot our well-known butchers havw asso
ciated togellier and under the firm itatiie
of .Jacob Walters & Co., have opened a
meat market on the north side of Klghth
street, In I'lill Howards old -tauii. Thi
will be a lirst-ela-s market in every re
spect, a- the names ot the proprietors
giiaratiUe a market where the choicest
ot cut meats, steaks, roasts of bfraf, mut
ton, pork and venison ; together with
s!iuage, bacon, cte1., will be .-.erved out
to customers in a neat and satisfactory
manner. All their old fi lends or new ne
eitalntances arc invited to call and ate
them. 10-TO-tf
lulliitlttii lit lite Doctors.
'i he medical profession or tlie city of
Cairo and vicinity are rc.-pcctfully Invited
to attend the semi-annual meeting of tlie
Sotttli-Western Kentucky Medical Asso
ciation, at Clinton, Hickman county,
Ky.. on Tuesday next, Nov. 'J, at 11 a.
in. The brotlitthood of medicine in
Western Kentucky w ill cordially welcome
their biethren of Illinois ami Mlsourl lu
fraternal exchange of profe.--lotml lout-te-les
at the convention.
.1. W. Sl(iI.Kll)S, U.S.
I'adi-caii. Ky.. Oct.28.1S75.
Ilend ! Iti inl !
Look at these ptice. offered by 0. 1 lay
thorn .t Co., for 10 days. Wr. mcan ni's-
i.nt.- :
Hoys' new -tyle Alexis lie-
Good Winter Hoots
" CutoiiMiiade "nlt Hoots.,
Ynutlls' (inod Calf Hoots
Men's Custom-made Calf Hoot
:!00 cae. Hoots and Shoe? at
In
.. $ 1 00
.. 'J 00
.. :i 75
,. 2 00
,.. 5 00
a-tonlsh-
iy low price- wholesale mid retail.
O. IIavtiioiis it Co.,
101 Commercial Avenue,
10-20-101. Cairo, Illinois
THE BIG GUN !
Once more Belches Forth its Firey Flame and brings
xo mina maz
FARNBAKEK. THE CLOTHI
Ell.
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 11HAlin-MEDQW.WS."
mmm -m -mv - t hhh aw -a m aaaaia mm mmt STr w W V J
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 wo nak to tnnko custoinors out of you nil. Wo don't ask your patronugo on account of bo
ing "lVicndn" or old Cairoltco .as wo havo boon known hero lo ! thc3oinany years but to uavo you tho
n J mighty dollar. Tho timo for paying for friondsthip is gone. Our stock of Fino Underwear, tho largest
in tho city, nt prices to suit all. wo inako war on high prices. As Usual,
Farnbaker, The Clothier.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET.
RIVER NEWS.
Petri MhI.
Aitiiivr.i).
Steamer .Mm Fisk. l'adticah.
.' fl rand Tower, St. I.otil.
' City of Helena, St. Lotii-.
" St. .Jocph, Meniphl.
George Spangler, .South.
" lioht. .Mitchell, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Crcv Hound, Ohio.
iri'Ai!Ti:i).
.St'cainer.Jim Flk, I'aduoah.
" Grand Tower, Mctuphi.
" City or Helena, Vicksburg.
St. Jo-oph, St. I.oni-.
" George Spangler, Cincinnati.
" Hobt. Mitchell, New Orleans.
Tow-boalGrey Hound. Ohio.
! LOCAL NOTICES.
t
Large -.lock ladles' furni-hliiggoods,
i to be sold very cheap at ('. Haunj 's.
' ..I..!... I t V
cianuviie:- til tni: ut
K.:ilro , t'rt-.'.
I'. .Ncir ii l'rta t.
1. Wi1', Cn-liler
.J Kc.th, Ami Ca-'b'r
To runners nml Trull ritnero.
Wu wl-h to Inlortu the farmers ami
Irult grower-of l'ulaskl and Alcxantler
counties, that we Pave on band at our
kiln about live thousand wagon loads of
lime -lacked by tlie past damp season.
We will fiirnMi It fice to all for putting
on land or around fruit tree ; for oilier
purpoe 10 cents per bii-hel : all we ask
is that partle using it for agricultural
purpo-e will please advi-e us of the re
sults to trecs.and land. Very respectfully
I'li.in Limi; AXt Hoi k Co.
-The Alexander County Itnnk will
tii.v Intcri -t mi ili)iii-lli in Ihe tin.
iup lienor! me nt.
'tiiiiiii-c-scil Yi-iihI -Vol lee.
1 have this day secured the sole agency
for the '.tie of Flclsciunati it Co' com
pressed yeast, either whole;ele or retail.
Dealer can be -uppllul at any and all
lime- by calling on me. Thi 1- the only
yea-t of the kind in market that 1 gen
uine. W. L. Itristol, :iJ Klglitii -licet.
Cairo. III., Oct. 25, 175. ln-i's-lm.
Iteoiitii'il.
A.llnlley has reuifned lo his new
store room, 1 15 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, and next door to
tlie Arab enginu house, wliero he will lie
plca-cd to see all hi- old customers and
as many new ones. P-:tO-tf
R1VKR, VVUATIIKll AND Itl-INi;s.
The river la-t evening was V, feet 10
1-5 Inches on tlie gauge, having fallen .1
!l-5 Incites during the previous 21 hour.
The wetlher last evening was fair
and warm, but with indications ot an
approaching rain storiu.
Bu-luein fair.
ih-..ni;i:ai. iii-.ms.
The C. 1'. Huntington with lie r elrcti
cargo passed South night before )at.
Capt. Berry talks some of putting
tlie Alt. Stevens in tlie Cape Girardeau
ami :airo trade.
Tho K. M. Notton lias laid up and
paid oil' at Kvan-ville. She did well lo
get that far.
ejilpl 1 ee is ncre looiiiug ancr in ..
.1. Baker, now I'ullv repaired til Mound
City.
The iJames D. I '.it her eanie- tho
Vint Shmkle's baud In theClueliiiiatl nml
Kvan-ville trade.
A tug sunk a barge eomidulug l.'.'du
bii-hel- of coal directly in tlie channel
Oppo-iti! thu coaltip Jll-luhove Xewbelg.
l ite .lonn i uttivo suiik m ttig
Sandv Is owned by Captain Thotmis
Chester, and valued at $10,000
TheUrcvhound brought out the IVy-
toua'- Iwrge evening bvloro lat and le
tltrncd up tlie Ohio.
The Bed I loud brought S'.OO burels
Hour, 171 barrels potatoes, 1 III sacks
wheat. 101 sacks oat, and 2.1 barrels tip
ples for the South.
Tlie Kobcrt Mitchell wa aground at
last accounts at Bald Bock at thu foot of
'1 radewa'ter with her Merit to the bank
and head out on Hie liar. I
I he Louisville and Henderson ami
Cincinnati and Memphis picket conipa
nlei inn u compioinl-ed their illlllctillies,
and the Fawn mid Vint Shhiklo have been
withdrawn.
A l'lttslmrg ul-p.itcli to tho Coiiiiiki--ri.ii
-nvs: The Ohio lilver Coiuuil--lon-
er anil :i number of member.- of the
Coal KNiiiange examined thu model of
tlie French adjustable dam on the' 27th,
ami they appear to think It will llll the
bill.
iho (itv of Helena wa agronnu
several hours evening before la-t on tho
cros-itigat Bird's Point and was finally
pulled nil' by the Grand Tower. The
crossing and the ono above it at Green -
llelds Is exceedingly rough and hard to
get over. Thev arc rapidly iiceotning
thu worst points in the river, and thu
more the liver cuts In above the worsu
they become.
Choice
York Stole.
Tho-0 who need winter boots should
call on B. .lone, Commercial avenue.
Hi stock ot French and Domestic calf!
skins Is tlie best in the market.
Large stock clothing to lie sold out
w ithout reserve, at C. Hanny's.
Our Domestic Department is complete
in all Its details, anil will be sold cheaper
than ever. .1. BriHiKi: it Co.
Large stock of woolen good, flan
nel s, llu-eys and sheeting llauiicl, very
cheap, atC. Hanny's.
For Kmbroldeiies and Laces, go to.l.
Burger iV: Co. s, No. 121 Commercial ave- 1
line.
B. .Jones, thu' Commercial avenue
boot-uiaker, can furnish you with the T) rtvv,!yv, rt rf1,lr.,1VVA
bc't pair of boots to bu found lu the elty. CllllvJllllUlO 11UUUO.
Cornor Coramotclnl Avo. and 8th Street,
0-VJ:.T2.(0. IXaXiJEI.
DiitKcron-
I. Ilnt-a, .ilro. Win. Kluje, lalro,
1'. .Nir. Cairo. w in wmie. lulro.
A . tnanl.a. Cairo. U I- llilllnir-lcy, St. I.onts.
i: lluilir, e.'inro II. Welli, Cairo.
K II. Ilrlnkman, st. Ixiula.
A .eiifinl I.-iiiihliiiiT Iliislni'! Itone.
E3"i;.;cluitipc so'd ami ItoilRlit Interest pai'l
In tin -SavliiK Dfjiartment lollectlons made,
unit all lmiiiiM irouiitly attenilul to.
ATUENE0M.
BETTJ3II THAN EVER BEFORE.
WICK ilOBERTS'
litr Kent
New cottage, room-, cornel- Seventh
ami Walnut Miect-, uceupied at pres
ent liy Mr. Winter. Will bo vacant on
Monday, Nov. 1. Bent ;22 per mouth.
Apply on Seventh, second door from
above liutisc. 10-:,IM1"
ol lee.
1 hciuby notify the bulues men of
thi city, and public at large, that I will
not he responsible for any debts con
tniuted In my nnine, unless luado by me.
personallv. -Mn. Axn: Ccuxi:.
Kl.2;l20t
A .'Inii Itim liver
To Cowperthwnll & Phllllpi to try tlio-u
Gold Buckle cigar.-.
A No.
piano, a-
INti- Snle I'lntin.
I sceou'l-hand, seven
octave
ooil :ts nuiv, niaiiufactuted by
Hallcl it Davis, Is ollered lor sale at a
bargain. Apply to
A. BiMtxnn,
Bulletin Olllce.
W'au lr.i-.MiTiL.sT Ittviai l.-Ei-our,
net :, lflft.
l.'uirii
I'litnlmr. .
ciiirliinati..
I.oii li I e
Nii.lnllle ...
t. l.oilin...
Aliovc
LOW WAIUI1.
IT. I 1M.
""IT i n
j , a
0 II
1 'I
CIIANOH.
IN.
No I lee.
We have thi day sold to Mr. Louis II
Myer our entire stock of groceries and
provMous. Ho will continue thu liu-i-ueso
at tlm old stand, No. 1 Bt Commer
cial avenue, nml wn would heartily rec
ommend him to nil of our old cu-tomcrs
both in town and in the adjoining
country. Sii;w.ui it Win n:.
C.iuto, lu. Oct. '.Mth, 1175.
Having piirciia-ed the stock of Mc-r.
Stewart it While, it I- my purpo-o to
ii'pleiil-h it at once ; and Willi a complete
iis-ortincn! of Maple and tiiney groceries
1 hope, to receive n liberal share of public
1 patronage. Lon-. II. Mvr.it.
1 lO.tMMw
lU-'-M-lm.
I'iii- Suit-,
The. Di'linonleo Saloon, with teiiplu
alley, sltootlug gallery, and nil tixtun-s
purtalulug to "l(J -tabllshiuent. For
terms of sale, apply to
lO.'JlMf -Mils- A X.N II. Cii'M..
Cniniri'sHeil i nol
Wu have now tlie agency for this yeast,
tlie best lu U-e, Hindu by Tnusky it Co.,
which we shall receive Iresh daily by o.-prc-,
wholesale and retail, at New York
Store. 10.20-101.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Drunkenness Cured !
Without imoiiinlinie,t yom ln.nie Anil
ilote acnl I'ue l'i any iulibv on leiTlpt ono
,,0,,a' A,,,Ul" -n.iii:i!iiAi:i.,M i..
.Maimitertit. I'OMIj llifliriat'i lloii il.
Olllie-llll ullvti.-troit, -t Joints
10.1 -tf.
Opium or Morphino Eaters !
Cuit-l without imlii ov liidtmeniciiif. tit your
home III IOiU) . Jlisl ielne IVr III r. I tlnre w tt k'
tiialinent sent fne lo miy wMicm n in-ilpt '''
in,. il , ii:ir,. .-111111 atiioiuit until ilidlv.
Aihtii'.'. ll.llt;illlAltl)..M. 1).
.VI.innxel-.SI. l.ollUInihiiiito Hospital,
(inii-t llll (llellii-t, hi- Mh-li'-l-i-tl'
Atteiillon I llenlerH.
Wo have four doon Imitation Kbony
Spragun Cau-0ii'ners, taken for adver
tising, which wo will sell at two dollars
per dozen.
Cure Your llitrttes.
I'liiiintle nowiler.s lor lior-i'S and
mules mho l ine for sale by M. '
Gnuley. H-25-
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relict for young men from tlio
ctl'cct of Krror.s ami Abu-cs In eaily life.
Manhood restored. Impedltuentsto Mar-
I't.nr., liilllOVCtl. New nielhod of treat
ment. New and reiuarkalile remedies.
Hooks mid Circulars sent free, lu sealed
envelopes. Address Howard Assoelu
tlou. lB) X. Ninth street, -Philadelphia,
Ph. an Institution having n high repu
tation tor honorable louiluci and prole
sionaUklll. is-21-iKtw.lm
Don't fall to see that haud-omo lino
of Ladles' Tie- and Itllihonsiit.l. Burger
,vCo,'s. ' t013ill
Ladies, ntisscs and children's under
wear at very low price at .1. Burger it
Co's.
Tlie liue-t stock of dress good, con-
.-l-tlng ol Caslmercfl, Kmpress Cloth,
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplin, at .1. Bur
ger it Co.'s. 121 Commercial avenue.
Large stock gents.' t'uritl-hlug go-ids
at. very low prices, nt C. Hanny's.
-For great bargains hi Flannel, call
on ,J. Burger it Co. They have Ihe hot
aoi tcel 'toek In the eily, ami sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
Large stocl; dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. Ihitmy's.
II yen want a good Cu-tniu-iiiadc'
lady's or nil-.-! shoe call on .1. Buigcr
it Co.
1 j-o-TIli: ALKNANDKB COLNl'Y
t BANK WILL PAY INTKBKsT ON
IDKl'OslTS IN Till-. SAVINGS 1)1'.
I PABTMF.N'l'.
Large Mock ol douie.-lle prints, mil-
litis, and ticking, at low prices, at (.'. j
Hanny's.
.1. Burger it Co. call espce.al atten
tion of hou-ckecpers and tho-e conteiu
plating keeping house, to lhclr largo
stock of entirely new caruuts and oil
cloth. This is their llrst season l. that
Hue, mid are confident of suiting till in
tlie latest designs.
Largo stock of carpels, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced price, at C.
Hanny's.
For cork-soied boots or -lutes, go to
I. .loncs, the Commercial ncnue boot
and shoo maker. Ho i.s it UrM-class work
man and never fulls to please.
A very large asortinunt of German
town yam, Berin.nlt zephyrs, and every
tirtielu appertaining to thi ilepartim-iit
In all shades ami color, at .1. Burger ,t
Co'?.
-Flue, nent and stylish box-toed
stitched boot and -hoes tire made
specialties by it. .Jones, thu Coiiiuieiclal
avenue boot mid shoo manufacturer.
Give liim a call.
.1. Burger it Co. have now on hand
the most elegant stock ot 2 ami I! button
Kid Glove ever brought to this city, ami
an) determined lo sell liieui nt remark"
ably low figures.
A scries of lecture.-, under Iho nit-pl-cesof
the member; of the Library Asso
ciation for thu cstnbli-hinent of a public
library hi Cairo, wilt bo held alter
nately at thu Presbyterian, .Methodist and
Chiistalu churches. Tho following la
dles and gentlemen liavu kindly con
sented lo lecture, commencing:
Nov. 2, Prof. G. G. Alvord.
' ti, Dr. G. G. Parker.
HI, Dr. H. Wariluer.
2:1, (To bo tilled).
21), Dr. Win. B. Smith!
Dee. 0, Miss ICato Thompson.
" Hi, Hon. Win. II. Green.
" 21, Mrs. O. il. Alvord.
C. O. F.. Go, Sec'y.
By order of executive Committee.
Shawls and Cloaks of all tho lato
styles ranging from the cheapest (o thu
lluest. .1. Burger it Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this department, and
urn nlilo to undersell IlllV llOU-e ill the
clt v. Call and be convinced.
Second Annual Tour of
Jack - Jill
'lliii most in-umliicnl f-ituremrc the following
l elehrati.il atari t
It l!l!Y .1 r.l.,
UI.V. Llillt-illtl.,
W. MAKI.IX.
Mis,? i-ANtr initi)ON,
MU5 V.ML.rU..
Ihe most Hi.rdfilnl itrlit lullitf, the ene
le.'l (lyimusf, brothtr to nml impll ol M'lle
I.i-on.1 1 -air- Mr llaic 11 Ins log In n mllroatl
rolluiimi he ueici-lulssM It wlillcon the ta(;e.
Ills H..l'orii)iinv on the Horizontal I'.ir are
truly uiidiiiilii'ir'
i'ltor t ivnr vi:di:n,
WII.I.IAM Kt Ml I.,
ji-.i; iiitoniKit-,
.1,1. I KAMil.l.N,
IIIU.MA-- s. llAl.I,,
ISOlVI . Ill INKY WOOD,
tii;Ull(.t. A. 1 1. VI.L
I hut formlnff an cntertilnnient
Siiitei-ior Imui.v In Ainerli ii !
For Talent, Variety nml Novelty, iiresentinB
ljiii,'litiliIe,Lomk.d iinil.-un'risuii.' New 1 rii-ki.
New etntnini!. N. w Scenery, ami un uncea; tig
MU'i-t-it.hm of Mlilh-l'iovoVlir, I'uii lor the -Million.
Ali-MHSlttV, ... s)l ami . i-enta.
5T-lteM ri"l seats ran ''a vroninil lit llau'l
llartniim s 1- I Vll.Hl.l.n,
l'L-.M. it .ijsvm
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
A.JD
Dealer m Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between VaahlnctoD ad Comiaerclal
Aveuucu, aOJolumc Hanny's.
KKKl'S for fato the be3t Heef, Pork, Mutton
Vi-al, I-inib. tjansaii, Ae . aait li n
p.irwl U -erve lumlllen In tin a-eeplahle iimnner
mun fsvsono aqub'
AJN'I3I liver; p.ad.
1
s
I St.V
ii..i..i...iij Un.mi.iTli.i Pitil In incltcatril
Willi uhunnlMa vcelahl coiiiiwiinil .actinirou
thelivrr ami stoniaeh, ihruush wnlcti unu uy
w i e i an Internal action i tP"""' i )"i.iiuit
l.onlx llei ltert liuu lH.HI.M:it.
Simaritw Nervins,
ThKU-at Ni i-U! loiniuror. cuwi Kiillrptlo Kits.
O.muillon, Skiiii. st Sims Daure. nml all
ti -1 iiu mi -known liosltlvu rem-
LilUnr l.lilleim" nt. U Im Ihi-u U-ttMl by
1 tho i.anil ami li.necrlevn Known to tall ins
alntlo i-aso. Trial luclavjefrw). Enclose atuuii
utr ftri-iilar Kivlnit uvhtencu ofculvj
101 1 A l.lnll.. lilt. S. A. ItlCHMONI).
II'IX 711, M. t)04pll, .no.
until every paitlcleoflii-il.irUI ami hllioiu ivol
miii I taken Horn lht).leni. In l,lf?,B.nt un4
almost Iniprrcei.tlMe manner, without llieaia
oftinyinti rnal iiinllclne. caiulnK no Irrltatlou,
aclliii allle on i lilhlren ami adult. 1 he pa
tient I left In alwolnto health. Then! elate
nu'iitinrc iinloiseil by over'W.Wt lllnwlt
nee. All are tletlirhteil who have trli-l tliem
liillhfnlly. Awl thU 1'ail U aUo a neer &llln
preit'iiIlM' ol fever nml atiie, billon remll
leiituml yellow fever ami all malarial iIIihiimi.
DR. R. S. BRIOHAM,
1 a 0 Commercial Ava. Cairo, Ilia.
O-Aijiiit for Hoiith.ro IlllnoU, We-tera
Kentucky anil .-ontheirni Slloiirl,
E3-s3ent by mall. n ml'tof lirlce.
"Groat Medical Book
sVy. (..ixiwiui i.Vnt.. Sjntrrml
ami,-1
lu-.l-rfui
hi-
iii-t .liy
..i.forlAitleaaiKl tieuM. btatfmifor
ht Josrpli, Met.
UlllPS.. .A'l'.'K'rf!,.. . .1'I.TITMTl'
.1(1-1,1 11 Jir.uiu.ii. LV i t i!
Ht.M m day n""
ht. JU Au;-r Cv. i,
sr waai
a a aaottllt
LOUI. MO

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