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ABUAJ.ON LODOK, MO. SI.
Kalcht of Fylhlu, mettteTfry Kri
lar night at half-put terra, in Odd.
llow' Hull, Jo. II. Uomman,
AI.KXAfOIKil I.OD0K, NO. J.
etaVHam Independent Onler of Odd-lel-B
Iowa, mwM erery ' hursday nlchl
. slaW" al half-t awn. In llr bill on
Commercial aYrnue, Wtween Blslh eW M-riitb
tutu, c I.axi, N u,
. 1AIIIO EKOA WI'MKNT, I. O, O. f.. li.fela
Oln Oii.avllow' Hall uu the Aral ami third
luraday In alary month, al half-patl autcn.
Iso, II Okxki.t, (.'. I'.
A C At If I MlllUKi NO 37,A V A A.M.
HiiW regulnr ciitiiinuulriitloiia In
JaLJC amiiil 1111. ri.mer Commercial arunuii
' airl KIkIiI" a(ril, mi Ilia aerum! and
uuiUi Aloailar ( cl mouth.
A HMa MMH
To Cowperthwalt A Phillips to try tlmso
Gold Hucktfl cigars.
W(ryrr Mid naiaairla.
Weofftratiwlueeti rat, best Mack
wnterprool, at 00 cent.
HttlLllltON A Yeii..
All Uie Intent lylcs of gents' ami boys'
Imtt, nt rulnoiit prices at II. llnitmiin's,
corner Hlxlh ami Coiiiwcrci.il avenue
Come ami mm 12 fi-tf
Miration t Mealier;
Wo liiivu four itomi luillntlon Ebony
Hpriigui! Cnn-Opencrs, tnken for whir
Using, whltlnvu will fell ut two dollars
n.t Uozrii. Inquire nt llullctln olDcc
The place to get tlni belt, cheapest and
target assortment of AIapnen I nt l
IWrtiiian'.s dry goods story, corner sixth
street Mid Commercial avenue.
TIwj llnct.ortmcut of gents' youths'
and boy V clothing, ishlch Wu will cell
cheaper than tftti bo bought nay when- In
the city, at P. Haitnisn's, corner of Sixth
street anil Commercial n venue, 13 Ml
The largest nml best selected Stock ol
Millinery can be found at llrllbron A
Well's at greatly reduced prices, coii'M
lug pi flii' flower, wings, feathers, velvet,
valour mul ornaments. Special attention
la ended to our line of Ostrirti I'calln-rs In
alt evlort, from $1 to $7. the lir't in
the market. t
I (you want mi economical heating
tove for wood ami one of tin; hnuthoiii
eat stoves in the market, with Illumina
ted front, buy the Improved Evening
Star which took tlx: blue ribbon at .St.
Louis Fair List October, over nil other
on exhibition. For sale by ('. IV. Hen
Uerion, 1!U Commercial aventie, Cairo,
r.rr;lhtMK for t'hllilpn!
Hellbron t Well can do l tlrr In the
line of ehihlrcn'a Urcso.', christening
rolx(., zephyr bonnets nml ip, merino
French lonni'U nml eapj. coney bonnets
and cap ; nUo n lull and complete llneot
chiUlren'a inetino and waterproof cloaV
than any one clac thli ldo ol Chicago ;
nntl by cxnuilnln theo Roods c con
ylnco you thnt xc inenn what wo fay, ns
our motto U small prollt and 'pilck
Hrii.iiro.n A Wkii..
1 1"' I.C'Inrr.
A aerie" ol four lectute. aio jet to l
irfvcn under ths aiupleea of the Library
Association, ns follows:
Dec. Uth-Hon. W. II. Green;
" 21st Mr. ti.G. Alvord;
" 2Stli Or. Horace Wardntr ;
Jnn. Itli Dr. li. G. Parker.
Xa Tfar'a Ball.
KLiijahr's-nall zur Krocnhutiirdcr neucn
Turnhallc, nm SjlvcAtoraliemJ, den
31ten Dez., IST.'i. In plain HnsllOi
New-Year's ball In celebration of the
opening of the now Turners hall, Xew
Veat's Hvc, .1Ut Deerniber, 1S7S.
The second and last term ol Mr.
Charles Hardy's dancing itchool will
commence next Thursday, December Oth,
at S p. ni., at the coiner of Wellington
avenue and Tenth street. Children's
ctasi will meet on Saturday at 2 p. in.
Prompt attendance Urerpicted. 12-"-.'lt
There will bo n regular meeting to
night, find every member is requested to
lie present. Cimh. Scnr.vin:vi:i:,
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
HusinesH houpc on l.evec, Intel y oc
cupied by Cunningham ,1 Stihveil.
business house on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
nmu & Co.
Winter's Ulook-suitable for Hotel,
Ofllces or Ilusluess rooms ehenj).
Tenements numbered 4. 7, S nud 0, In
Winter's Row, f rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (comer), $12 no 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth street, nenr Wash
ington nwnue 4 rooms $10 n month.
Store room In "Pilot I louse," lately
oecupled fey A. 11 nl ley.
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Sowing Machine Co., on Commercial
nveniio, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west ot'Twnnty-
seeonrt street, near Pino, f i each per
Dwelling hoiiBO on Twollth, near
wninut, b rooms.
Store room ou Levee, nbovo Klghth
street $20 per month.
Cottngo on Nineteenth street, war
Washington avenue at $8 50 u month.
Dwelling house on Sixth street unn
Upper tloor of brick building on
Commercial avenue, above Tenth street
Rooms In various purts ot tho elty.
FOIt LEASE ORS'ALE.
iV number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth tUeet, outside tiro limits. Also
a large number of other Lots In different
loeamtes. , -
Lands, In trnefti to suit, near Cairo,
WKn.NKHDAV, DKCKMBEIi 8,1876.
I.aaciil WaiNlhrr Kepir.
CtlHO, Ul., lire C, IrfiS.
VI .M7 I 7
Wwn. I Vil..
.IAMKS W.VJ '."'.
Snniiiiit.HlKiiBl IHnl'li A.
..,. About I.HIIr Plire
nml lleiirrnl Meiimrli.
Aiaortod colorn Oraulte Paper with
Hnvelones to tnateli. at the Ui'i.i.r.n.v
Mr. Alvord units upon giving her
night in tho library lecture eourso to Gen.
C. I). Arter oflfm LI rtsldeiiei;, i
Sevcntli street, for sale cheap. Terms
- The Sun compliments Ocii. J. HliKk-
liiirii Jon-s by saying : "The General it a
lino iiiuikcr nml u man of brilliant nblli
ties." Wo n-mark; "Ditto to Mr.
I'rcati lliillliimru aliell o)lra Hi
the I'lnntrr' lloixr, ll-.tw.ll
Wo llkeil the performnnrc nt the
Atheneiim I.iet night, and now hereby
applAUd Mia Thom.'on. Seu knows
what Is it good thing, nml furiiMicJ to
herniiilience last night n renlly enjoyable
-Lonsdale ilualin at eleven rent per
yard nt D. Hartman's. 12-5-tf.
Nick Devote, that good old soul
nhe builds lidcwnlks so well, put down
n new one between Twelltli nud Elev
enth lrect, on our side of Washington
avenue, j esterday und day licfore. We
have consequently "rote up" and called
- For (lie cheapest nnd best lllnnkels,
White nnd Grey, go to llartuinn'.
- -Wo slukciad Rector Gilbert ou the
Information of the young mnu who rep
iei.ent us In n sprlglitly way on the
strxcts. Sometimes ho (alU into n nils
tikeou general nws, but l always rella
ble on society news. And he i almost
! comely n I ho young man who curls
his locks In the Sun ofllcc.
The Alrxnniler Coutily Hank aella
r rhaiiR ou all llir irlnr(ial rlllra of
i:tiri, nntl ntletnl la (lie rollrrlloa
nf rlalma nnd raliiloa. rapeelallly In
The Council wish Capt. Ilalllday to
go to Washington In the iuterct ol the
city, nnd he should go. He can do more
for our river improvement scheme than
any man that could bo sent. He is ac
quainted with many men at the pltol
w ho can help ti, and the captain could
get them lo do t-o.
- For iii'mi's und boys' under e.ir, also
men's and boys' hats and caps, Hcil
bron A- Well's Is the cheapest place In the
elty. A good merino ult for 715 cents.
The levee builders are, c arc In
formed, angry with the IIi.llktin ikh
ple. Wfaid something that didn't suit
them, and now they threaten to com
mence a little grave j-nrd of their own
with the first Huj.i.r. riN man that puts in
an appearance at the dirt pits. Wc arc
orry, nnd suspect that the blood
thirsty Hcly has put them up to this
lK'caii'e we vote.l (or Harrcll for County
I"rrh nalllmorr aliell njlar nt
lie IMaHfrra' llono. II-'JH-II
"Ccnteunlar' pulled "Mrs.S. .1. S's"
hsir In gsod tyle rcstcrdav in the llciv
.i:tin. That Is what everybody says,
nnd we think so, too. And now, won't
Mrs. S. .1. S.," for our sake, pull "Cen-
tcnnlnlV' hairV She is sucli n good
hand at such biulne, and wo enjoy this
literary hair-pulling of strong-minded
minded ladies t, much. They do it with
great enthusiasm, and It is really eiijoy
nble. Ifyoti want a new nnd good shirt,
itber while, colored or cheviote, le-s
than they oaa bn purchnscd at the lnaiiu-
faetory, go to Hartman's. 12-Mf
Yesterday tlm-atened.to tllstnrl) the
settled condition of the bad weather Hint
has been prevailing hercabnuU for sev
eral weeks pact a condition ofsurliness
not settled hut uneoertalu. A rather cold
wind camo out of the North In the morn
ing, looked about awhile, and went oil' to
determine whether It would freeze things
or hold nlf nwhllc nnd permit drizzle and
iiiuil to make leree building an nlllletion
to the builder. Late lust night Tiee
told us In a dream thnt that wind, with u
big amount of ice, would como back In n
few hours and stay with us.
dust received another new supply o(
those cheap boys' clothing nnd overcoats.
As this Is ft lending article with us, we
mean to undersell the cheapest in the
el y. Hi'.ii.iiiio.N & v.u..
The.S'ioi says "The bet thing the lit-
tlo road can do is to shell out money to
pay for our new leveo, und then come
down on that, If the Council will let
them." Wo don't want the new
levee to go to the little road.
It Is so unreliable. It won't live
up to Its promises. The best thing the
elty can do, is to induce the Cairo nnd
Vlneennes Railroad Company to take the
new levee, If it will take its truck up oft'
Commercial nvenuu. Tim trustees will
then oust the little road from the old
levee, and give the right of way ovor it
to the O. nnd V. road with tho (lump
and the liver front near the St. Charles.
Choice New Orleans sugars and syr
ups nt tho New Vork Store. 12-5-201
Tho injunction of the Trustees lias
opped work upon the new emhaiikmiiiit
of thu Cuiro and SI. Louis road, but tho
employes ot the road boast that they will
soon "got awny't wJth the. Impediment
that Is in their wy that Taylor is only
slinking red flannel n the face of tho
company to amuse hlmwiif uwhllc. Prob
ably tho employes of the road will Hud
that they arc mistaken, nud learn that
the Colonel means bloody legal war
thai he Is In u rage, und has taken to
whistling. The Colonel niway wniaiie
when he mean earnest work against
somebody, nud lately he lias wnistieu
with great persUtBcy-.i low, ueierimneu
sort of a war tune-wiieneTer no uas
thought of the ungrateful lairo x ai.
Louis rallroau company.
VrU IUsBMr waaiit ni
the Plnntena' If otiae l-iavtr
On Monday one hundred "tramps"
took passaire ou the steamboat Hello St.
I.iiiiIj for the Soutll, Having "' ii ei-
i,I,.v.mI bv iilanters to pick cotton. There
are something like two or three hundred
more In the city that might lie spami,
II they could only be Induced to leave.
Kverjbo.ly to kno thai the place lo get
A Mii'iotli shave,
A kuoiI ahampoo,
A (aahloualili) hair-rut,
Or anything in (hat line,
la at tha Granh CawTitAi. Uaubkk
Mior, corner Klifhth and Commercial.
lig-K J. Ukorui HTMNHouai.
Tlierc wa.s a very good attendance nt
the Athciieum last evening, the occasion
being tin i'xciclcs by tho pupils of Miss
Kate Thompson' school, besides the
reading ol a very Interesting cay by
MIm Thompson. All In all the enter
taliimcntwasoneof the most Interesting
given during the eea.ou.
It will bereinbvred that in July luit.
man named Joe Hughes tried to steal
n tenui of horses belonging to a colored
mnu named Jenkins, who lives In the up
per part of the city. Hughes Micccdeu in
making Ids escape, nnd was lost track of
until Monday evening last. H hen the
steamer Jim FIsk nrrlved here on Mon
day, Deputy ShcriiT John 5hcf hau went
aboard ol her, and one of the first per
sons he saw was the would-be-uorjc-thltl
Hughes. Sheehan arrested Hughes
and lock him In the county Jail.
The most beautiful stock of fewelry to
be found In Southern Illinois, is uow
on cxiiibitioii nnu ior sale uy miner
llrothers. They are prepared to furnish
buyers with any article that maybe desir
ed, ami warrant satisfaction. They manu
facture to order watches, clocks, rlugs,
lockets, and everything that may be de
sired, and for prollcicncy In making fair
work, they stand second to uonc in the
country'. Give them a call, nnd see for
New Mens Market.
Jacob Walters and Chris Anthus, two
ot our well-known butchers have asso
ciated together and under the firm name
of Jacob Walters t Co., have opened &
meat market on the north side of Eighth
street, in Phil Howards old stand. This
will be a first-class market In every' re
poet, as the names ot the proprietors
guarantee a market where the choicest
ol cut meats, steaks, roasts of beaf, mut
ton, pork and vcnion; together with
wiuac, bacon, etc., will be served out
to customers in a neat and satisfactory
manner. All their old friends or new ac
quaintances arc invited to call and see
tJoitr lo Mm Ha I Mother.
A woman living In the rear of the Gib
sou houe, corner of Fourth street and
Commercial avenue, lays claim to the
child picked up by Constable John Glad
ncy on Sunday morning. The mother
says the child wandered away troin the
houe ou Sunday morning, and she being
sick and unable to leave ' her bed, could
not go out to hunt for It. She says that
during Sunday she had a number of per
sons out locking for the little fellow, but
could hear no tidings of him. From th
apiicarnnce of things about this woman's
house, she is very poor, and it would bo
a blessing to her, as well as her child, if
some person able to propyl aire for it
woultl take it, and relieve her of provid
ing a support for It.
At the annua! meeting of Cairo Com
manderyNo. 1.1, Knights Templar, htld
at their asylum on Monday evening last,
the following otlleers were elected for the
cnsuclng year :
Km. Sir C. W. Dunning, K. Coin.
Sir Jewett Wilcox, Generalissimo.
" K. C. Pace, Capt. General.
" Horace Wardner, Prelate.
" W. H. Morris, Senior Warden.
" P. W. Barclay, Junior Warden.
" John Antrim, Treasurer.
" F. Korsmeyer, Recorder, m
" R. L, Magee,'Standurd Hearer.
" J. S. MeEwen, Sword Rearer.
" A. W. O'Neal, Warder.
" John Antrim, 1st Guard,
" T. G. Whltlock, 2d Guard.
" H. I.. Mugec, Sd Guard.
" W- S. Lane, Capt. of Guard.
ri vanci: ro.Mjrm kk.
Sirs P. W. Barclay, S. D. Aycrs, R. 0,
sirs W. 11. Morris, Jewell Wilcox.
liira i Brni, I'oliin
IIIpI'iiimT. Bnxs, ruliii'utai;latikti' 1
J. M. Tommoluii inauatlveof llooslcr-
dom, and a funny old cuss, to boot.
He owns a Hat boat and bus ItHtored with
plunder for the New Orleans market.
By some means old mnn Tomnmlnn's
son got into a quarrel wiiu u uaruey,
nnd the result was that Tonimnliin ju
nior wus nrreited. He wns taken before
Judge Rlrd for ' 'hearing, hut being
truly loyal," he could not stand it to be
tried by u colored mnn, and took change
of venue, and the casn was continued to
yesterdny morning. Tommaliiu up-
peared at thu uppoluted hour, nud the
evldoucu being heard, 11 Hue of livedo!
lurs und costs was assessed against him
The elder Toiiimuhiu said It (thu fun) wus
"eheup enough," paid It and went ou his.
John Hamilton, colored, was ar
rested ou ii charge of larceny . 1 lamlltou
stole u lot of carpenter's tools from Mr.
Chas. Lame's shop, on Ninth street, lie
sold the tools lor almost nothing to u.
colored mini llvlugju the barracks. Ham
ilton was soon niter arrested, ind..ln lis-jj
rauit oi iwo puuureu iionai-b uuu, was
sentUo m iiounty Jalino n waif the netloa
of tho grand Jury,
Rill !, HI. fawU Nitrderef. Vnp
lured Its a aim a.ively haar.
Bill Davis, a colored man, shot ami
killed Tom Kcltey, alo colored, In St.
Louis, some two or three months ago.
Davis was arrested and held to bail in
the stiDi of S00 lor his appearance at
court to stand trial for the murder of Kel-
ley. Rube Armstrong, a colored detec
tive, and proprietor of a well-regulated
Hugger-Juice shop, "went" Davis' boud.
After being released from Jail, Davis
loitered about St. Louis lor some time ;
but us the time set for his trial drew
near, concluded lie would get out of the
way, and Jumped bis ball ami came to
Cairo. He resnalaed here about two
weeks, and then went to Teunessea.
Shortly after Davis left Cairo SherIB tr
vlu received a telegram requesting him
to arrest Davis and hold him till the ar
rival of an oltlccr from St. Louis, who
would take him back to that city. But
Davis had gone, and the sheriff so in
formed the St. Louis authorities.
Armstrong then went to Tennessee
and succeeded In capturing Davis. Ou
the way back to St. Louis, when the
boat got to Union City, Davis jumped
ashore and made his escape, and agalu
turned up In Cairo. Armstrong follow ed
him, arriving In the city on Monday
Armstrong sought the nislstauce of
Sheriff frvin to recapture Davis, who It
Riftttftra. hsuri been traced W the old den
on Filth street, known as the ''FJa(
Between 10 and 11 o'clock on Monday
night sheriil Irvln and (he negro detec
tlve, Armstrong, went to the FlatTop lor
the purpose ot arresting Davis ; hut the
murderer having by some means, been
warned of tho coming of tlio officers,
succeeded in getting out of the house
Justin time, to prevent tho avenues of
escape being closed. As It was he was
compelled to leave In luch a hurry that
when he appeared on the street he had
on nothing but shirt and drawers. The
officers approached just as Davis passed
out of the door and commanded him to
halt. He refused, and started lo ran,
when three shots were fired at him, the
balls coning uncomfortably near his ears.
Davis next took refuge In a den ou
Commercial avenue, opposite the Vlcks-
burg House, where he met a friend whom
he sent to the Flat Top after his clothes;
but Instead ot going after Davis' clothes,
his friend went to Deputy Sheriff Shee
han and Informed that officer of Davis'
whereabouts. Deputy Sheehan gathered
together several members of the police
force, and proceeding to the house, ar
rested Davis. He will be taken back to
St. Louis to stand trial for the murder of
Hon. Isaac Rice, of Ogle county, is
In theclty. Mr. Rice I a member of (he
lower house of the General Assembly
and sits on the Republican side, bul
lion mark that "but" he Is one ot the
cleverest geullcniau in the world. We
sat only n few seats from him when wc
were a statesman, and had our eye on
hi in all the time, nnd wc therefore speak
of him with knowledge. He is In the
city for no ether purpose that (o gaze
upon Its beauties.
Col. Taylor, will, we. are informed
return to Cairo to-day from his home In
Mr. Llnegar beams with pleasure
and despises the man who can't boast of
being indicted tor w hUky crookedness.
He says : "They don't mean me. It's
Dan they're after.
Cilj Caauaril. '
The city council met in regular session
last evening. The session was a short
one, the business being disposed of with
out the least delay. There was tho usual
quautlty of bills, petitions, etu.,preseuted,
which were referred to the iiroicr com
Kugitu-ur Heley reported that the con
tractor for the construction of the new
levee hail dcpolted on the levee 2,til'J
cubic yards ot dirt, amounting, at 14
cents iieryard, lo HOT (IS. Deducting
the 15 per cent, to be retained until the
levee has bocu completed, $340 53 was
new due Mr. ltaguall under his contract.
By order of the council the claim was al
lowed and au order ordered to be drawn
on the treasury for the amount.
Alderman Wright offered a resolution
Instructing the levee committee to ar
range with one or more suitable persons
to go to Wauhlugtou to urge upon Con
gress the necessity ot au appropriation
lor the Improvement and protection of
the banks of the Mississippi rlvtr between
Dickey's Island and the mouth ot the
Alderman Nellls moved to amend by
substituting the Finance committee lu
place of Levee rouimltlee. Amendment
A ietitioii asklug the construction of a
crossing on Tenth at the Intersection of
Popular street and Washington aveuue,
was presented, and on motiou of Alder
man Nellls, granted.
No further business was presented uud
the council adjourned.
K. or p.
A regular convocation of Ascalon
Lodge NO. til, K.orf., at tilth- Ceatlo
Unll, this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Every
member is requested to attend, as busi
ness ol importance will come up. Visit
ing Knights respectfully invited to attend.
12-S-lt T. J. K'kkth, K. of It. & S.
A No. 1 SJinnUry.
It Is now conceded thnt Mrs. O'oluiiiuu,
tliu laundress, No. li Fourth street, be
itvouii WuiU lug ton .t Commercial avenues,
ban one of the best eonductuit laundry s
tahliuaments iu the city, and landlords ul
hotels and boarding tiouaoa will find it to
thulr advantago to call iipen her.
ilor prices are at lollows : Hotel auu
boardluK'heuso washing, 70 fonts per
dozen. Kui piece work prices are
as follows : HIiirIo shirt and eol-
I nr. luc: iwr doxan ROc; souks ac, two eol-
lam, He; two iiamlknrohlota, be; vesta title;
and all gentlemen's wear, HQe. per
ilozrn. laullus' tlrusies, 25 to 60c;
aklrts 111 tu 20c; drawers 10 to Uie; two
nulr hnsu nut two collars & to 10c. Ww Is-
iili'M nialu clothes tU 00 nur doson; far la
iIIoh llnti clothes, ! 2A nor dozeu; stone
dramptly, and promptly delivered. Fa
tronagc soltolteit 8-!IMiii
KverylhlitK tn Hendluree
A Grand Good Tims for Alt.
The fair and festival to be given by
the ladles ol the Episcopal church ou
Thursday aud Friday nights, will be one
of the most notable events of the season.
I lie supper will consist of oysters lu
every style, and all other delicacies Im
A prominent feature of the allalr will
be the great variety of toys and Chrlatmns
presents for both youug and old. Much
labor and thought have been spent In
the selection and manufacture of thee
things which will be i11pocd of at the
wort reaonable prices. Everybody
should visit the fair and festival mid see
lor themselves, and partake of the sup
per. The atlalr will be held in Thorn
ton's Block, on Tenth street. 12-S-2t
Buy your Quick Yeast at New York
Store, received frcih dally at wholesale
and retail. 12-5-20t
rare t fare I
We are now prepared to offer great
bargains in ladles' and children' furs ot
all styles. Children's sets, tnurl and
boa, ut only $1 a set.
Hbii brom A Wkii.
Thu last chance to get ynurca
fraiit by buying t Worth Of ill
nt Hellbron & Well's.
XfW Vork Miurn
Sells best soda crackers at 7 cents per lb
by the box ; alo very choice mincemeat
and apple butter. 12-"i.20t.
Jut Beds cat.
New ham;, breakfast bacon, bnek
wheat flour, cranberries, plums, raien
current!,, at the New York Store.
41 u to Hart limn',
Ifyeuwautto get a good and cheap
Buck or ICId Glove, at New Vork prices,
be sure and go to D, Hartman's, corner
Sixth street and Commercial avenue.
Hcilbrou A Well have always on hand
the best and largest stock ol Corsets lu
the city. A good corset, grey ur white at
For the Weekly Bnllrllo.
Persons wiahlng advertisements or lo
cal notices inserted In the Weekly Bi-li.k-
tis, should hand In the copy by Tues
day noon, of each week.
Calico remnants atC cents a yard.
Heilbkon & Wkii..
142 and 144 Commercial Avenue.
Two thousand pounds fancy, choice
mixed aud toy candy for sale at the New
York Store by wholeale and retail.
Everybody should call on Hellbron fc
Weil aud examine their fall stock of ladles
and misses cloaks, just received from
w York, before going elsewhere. As
we make a specialty of these goods, we
can offer inducement.
Jln.Bno.v tt Weil.
A.Ualley has removed to his uew
store room, 115 Commercial avvnue, op
posite Winter's Block, nnd next door to
the Arab engine house, where ho will be
pleased to see all Ids old customers ana
as many new ones. 8-30-tf
ruler wear! Vaaaterwear I
Ladies' and chlldrens' underware, me
rino as well as muslin can be found
;heapcr and better at Hellbron & Well's
than any where lu the city. A good me
rino undershirt and drawers for boys
only 90 cents ; a good merino veit and
pants, for ladles, only $1,
A SoaMt Piste Sa jr.
A. Halley's new store is certainly tuie
of the best arranged of the kind to lie
found lu the city, and what is better, he
has so arrauged Ida prices that many are
taking advantage of the opportunity of
fered to buy stoves, tinware, etc., cheuper
than ever known In Cairo. Call ou Hal
Ivy, US Commercial aveuue, next door to
the Arab engine house. 8-30-tf.
Xotlee of Ketnovstf.
C. Koch lias removed his boot nnd
shoe shop from the old stand to his
new brick building (one. block below),
No. W Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where lie will
keep the best home made and St. Loui
custom made boots aud aboes, made of
the best material ; good workmanship
aud in the latest styles. All orders
promptly attended to. 3-2lt-t(.
A ritae Mtoek.
Wm. Ehlers desires to inform his pat
rons aud the public generally, that he has
uow on hand u large stock of French und
German Calf, Kip uud Morocco, aud Is
prepared to manufacture, for store and
otllce wear, the finest of Morocco or (-'alt
Skin Shoes or Hoots; und for farmers,
draymen und out-door wear generally, his
Fronuh Kin stands above anything ever
ofiarud lu this lnuikut. ills Lusts aru of
the latest stvles. uud he can guarantee k
fit aud satisfatlon to all hi patrons.
Attention is called to the curd of the
City Bakery, to be found In this Issue.
Mr. Hebsaokor, the proprietor, has by
Industry aud fair dealing, established a
lucrative business, iriimi you want uuj
thing in his Hue give him u coll.
-The best black alpacas from 30 eents
to $1 also black caaslmere for 00 cents.
EmpresB cloth lu ull colors for BO ceuts,
nnd the newest woolen puuus tor aw
cents, cnu always bo found ut Hellbron &
Well's, 142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
They've det II.
For every inscription of lino and beau
tiful Jewelry, of Uie vary latest puttevns
and styles, go to Buder llrothers, corner
of Eighth street und Washington nvonuo.
This firm lias lust received ono of tins
largest uud best stocks ever brought to
Cairo which they are selling at the very
lowest prices. All will do well to give
them a callberorcbuyltig atotlier places.
Hatieralnia fire Company. AlUiitttiM.
There will l a special meeting of the
Hibernian lire company at their bnll,
Thursday evening, December Hlh. A full
attendance Is requested, ns Important
business will be transacted.
By order ol the company,
12-7-St. 1. O'Lauciiii.i.v, See'y.
tie Nre Them,
Ruder Brothers, jewelers, corner of
Eighth street and Washington avenue.
is one of the oldel and mint reliable
business tlriiia lu Southern Illinois. They
have the best ot workmen In their estab
lishment, nnd manufacture to order any-
talng In their linn with dispatch and of
the finest material. Their Mock of jew
elry Is elegant and Is one of thu largest
am, i.-i vcr uruugm lino me ataie.
This Is a new stylo of picture now tie-
mg produced by Wm. Winter, the artist,
ot mis city. These pictures are creating
much Interest lu all the principal Eastern
und Western cities, being altogether now.
They arc unlike photographs, being
raised nnd beautifully enameled over the
entire surface, soft in tone, but dlatlnct lu
the lights nnd shades. No one who sees
them falls to admire them, or to give the
artist an order. We have been shown
number of pictures of well-known ladles
anil K-uuniicii ot tlic Uy,aml have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
splendid. Wu would th;r.:tor advice nil
who tako interest In such matters or de
sire plpfuivn, fo call upon Mr. Winter at
his gallery and examine his work in this
new branch ol luo Hiailow-Cnpturing art.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: lli'i.i.i:u, unless the
same is made on a written order signed
by Ha president or secretary of tho torn
pany, and we will ao-tpl no ordei- given
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiko Bci.f.l'ti.v t'ourtiav.
November l'J, JS7. II
J t. pays to trade ut Hellbron it Weil, us
they have marked all their goods down
to suit the times, and have always n large
and well selected stock of clothing. Vt o
invite every mm to call on us befon; go
ing elsewhere. A good casini'f, suit for
it;, at Hor.iiiio.v & Wru..
Exchange' for tale on nil f he princi
pal cities of EHroHi at Enterprise Savings
The Revolution as a basn burning
stove for bituminous coal, needs no puff
ing from the subscriber and It never pull's
(smoke) Itself. For durability, economy
and beauty It cannot bccxcelled. Call at
my store where I havo one In constant
use and I shall lie happy to explain its
good worklug qualities, and I w III also
tako pleasure in refcrriug to many par
ties who have It in use, and who pro
nounce it superior to any stove they nave
ever used. C. . IlBni:nsoN.
174 Commercial avonue. Cairo, in.
Steamer Jim Fisk. 1'aducah.
Fannie 'i'atum, St. Louis.
City of Cheater, Memphis.
John A.Scudder, St. Louhr.
" 'Colossal, St. Louis.
" Utah, St. Louis.
Hickory, Teuuessee river.
Steamer Jim Fisk, l'aducali.
" Fannie T'atum,. Vk-kjUurg,
" Colossal, Mouiplil.
City of Chester, St. Loui.
ktelle Shreveport, X. O.
" John A. Scudder, X. O.
" May Lowery, New Orleans.
. ,1CoJoratao,iit.. Louis. ...
" Utah, Meaapkls. f
" ' Hickory, St. I.ouisV ,
utvjck, wit.TUit.aU) pusi.tKan
rne river last evening wat IU
C Inches on the muiire having lallsn
Inches during tne
Tlw weatlier Is cloudy and cold. A
trrribla ln storm nassed ovor the North-
went day before yesterday which is caus
ing a swell In the Mississippi and tribu
taries, but li' the weather continues oold
will not Improve the condition of the
The Utah found only 41 feel at
Thompson's but reports an Improvement
at all other places.
CsDt. Crawl, formerly ot the Jim
Fisk, Is in the city prospecting.
Capt. N. B. Fowler, clerk of the
H. C. Yaeger, was iu the city yester
day. The Yaeger will tie here this
Tho Colossal left ihe Belle Memphis
and St. Genevieve at Tower islaasl. The
Belle had called for help anal the St.
Genevieve went to her assistance. It U
supposeu luai sue uau jujuruu uerarn in
ome way. , ....
The iron snag boat John N. Macomb
is preparing for a cruise lu the Arkansas
rivar, and will leave here this morning.
Barney Crane K her pilot. Ho uys she
is "too sweer."
The snag boat b. li. l.oug ass re
moved all the stings from the uhaunel on
the Missouri side at Liberty Island, und
navigation there U now comparatively
safo und easy. Tho John A. Scudder
lnund live fes't jargo at Liberty, but only
llvo feetatThoniiiaou'H. She came t
with 400 tuns, 50 cabla jtualwoeoK peo
pie, und added SO tons here.
W'ah liar A ata kmt. Ill vich (Mertia r,
w:i 4 t , ipiu.
low wATan. ciuxni;.
T. IK. T. JX
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Hergeant, Signal BerTlce, tl. H. A.
BY virtue of live wrtuln execution to me ill
rected by the clerk of the circuit court ol Al'
exanderconnty, In the Htato or Illinois , Ha tavor
iiruiiurlfa O Pulieruii'l William H olf. arm ol
C. O. I'atler Co. , aad uaahial .luiiira Larrull,
I i,avc ietlnl upon the folTowini!ilafrlbf,tproi
irtyT it' tli" tlrat addltloii lo tho ell v ot Cairo,
county or Akxauder ami NUmpt lllinolj. to
wl tnumliemlonell) In bloek numbered
twinty-eiKlit l'Wlrty ortheaald
lanes (Sirroll . whteh I ahall offer at P"plle al.
at Uieaouia-euat dwiroftlie Murt houaa In tat
"lyorCalroiln Uie eoaatyof AMauderauil
Htitii of Illinois, on tlw Hunt lUy of OJecemDar,
A 1). 1S75, lietweeu the uoura of nine o'clock,
Z ,u. and suna.tol aalddav.loreaulMosat
lalV aa d Exiwntlon. AT4B.? V 1 .,Yi "t
' Slitrltr of Aleumdar CwMf, ""a?!
Cairo, Ills , Npvembar II, ISTo. Il-Udtil
Tho Crowding np of AIL
A flkenn Trip For Rsrroborijr.
mini fly trip to I he icayaail textile l.rt'ix-riit Illy
In the Ori,uu ami Magnolia llrmea of our fair
nml Imtiitroiia Himny Hmitli, nml tl' fruKraul
Unit nf Love, Piirlrjr and lrlotvera,il al Dili,
Uie niot ilrfiKhtrtif, auaplfloiia anil allrarllve
itiwnn of Hip mr. when NrW Orlfiina, Ihr
Wiirtmv.uy u.t.. v,. tfc Hotitli. ami Urn
prate of lu i1f, It la at lla.rnllliiriUr, lml
iiraaiut Iwanly, antl clottinlln all lla'l'ruplcul
Ulijry uml hplnnilur.
On Krlilajr, Hfcrniber 17, IST.'i. at S am., a
Sxclal train Hltli uinple anil Klrat I lua Air
rvmmmlatlnna, In eiery rHci. lachullnif I'ul
mnn Palace .-Irriilnfr Cuacbra, ami an elriratit
nml wit kept Ifeftrnbiurnt Ooacli.will Imvi
Columbia, Ky.,on (lie Mobile A Ubln rullrimil,
nii'l run llimiiKli In .New Orltiinn, making clif
eonnrelion atMnlillK Willi ihr NcWlrlmiiPi ai.il
Slnlil rallriai'l, one or llie tliieal roml in Uie
l ulttil Main, riinulnf from Mobile to Stw Or
liao-nm iiatof llilnoat l.rantlful, rair, m
nHutln mul nttr.lh nei-tlona nf Ihr romilry,
that Ihc r)u rtvrUlitM, tlua almoat a iiuiliii
ilul palhM-ay if rotta, wild ilowera umlrxr
?rrnw, rriim'il by Ihr rlr.li ami run' IniKinni-i
nt tlitr Oniuirruml Maguiillu lirutn lliut Iil- ron
llgiiiiiin Id tin- line or rouil on rlllirr liU',iil
moat all Uie way from Mobllu li) -Sew Orlrapt.
In ulinrl It would rKjuIri' the -n ofun luairil
Hrltrr, orrull rui'tli lb Iniimiagr of a ot aui-li
as u-aa uanl brOxhl lulila Uaiillful ilrii'rlilioH
irttir(iolirn .vate mlnttlic iilrliirv onlo Jua
tin' lu Dm Ueai-rhillon uf llila liivvlr part ol our
trim auil oier 11119 wnliui a iu
l wnliui a ill
leaIuf Jin III le aboiil :'' eatunla;
unilarrhlni; lu Xw Orlrana uboul-li
lu nt tin
FIRE FOR THE ROUND TRIP :
Ti JIKIV OUI.KANH AMI! RKTIIIIK.
I"rfiii Oiliuiibiia, Ky., uml ltwtn Hum
l.l.l, u-.l i'.klll 11. lute si- Oil
I'rom lluiulioltanil bvtwn'ii Coriiitli ami
Jlumbolt --. 11 "
From Corinth anil ltreu Attrulu uud
uorintii- r. - V.V 5
'rom ArlMla ami bttwifn JIarldlan anil
rom MrrMiaa ..v;-;:; ' w
IO MOIil l.fc. A.i' nr. niitr.
mm INilumlaia, Ky., ami llwn Hum
Uibltami Columbus J
'rom Humlwliltaiul brtwfrn Corlnlli ana
1 1 umboldt ..... h....
c If J
'rom Corlnlli und bttwreu ArlMla auu
Corlutli.... "V;"'V'.7 ;
Kroiu ArlMla anil klirwn Meridian ami
Artnla - -
From Mell'llan -
ChlUlrtn Vmltr Twtlit Vtari, Hal I'rict.
L'ndtr Four Vtar, I'rte.
. . .... .. ... .,1 i.u..t.i...
!....., ii.- Mi. i. ill- a uiiio raurouu, wi
1'ailucin, sieirojioiia. aiajiww, ...,
.. ' ...l-...,iL ulan Itriiwnavllui.
1 R,":V5 biblV o! I.7r imn. lu Houtln. ii!?
IuckV.auU lllluola, W'Ml luuaai, "-
hate of tlckrta will coiumeuce lml-r lt,
nml aintlnue li to Hie ilc-uirlui or tli train ou
Hi mornliiK of the Kill, uml'iicainimoilatloiia
lil l amiVkrorany uumbrr Uiat may Upur
rhaMtl. Tlckrla will 1 guod on apecial train, llccvm-
lu.i.7. ilixi-l rruiru air on any train or uait uu-
hi i...,.,i-.k uu. inrliMlvy. inua allow t-viry
ontr lo rriurn at ileaaur, and'ooraiirlllnK I o one
to remain lonrr man uiry wu.
v .minniatii rviiimtnir from Ker Orleans orr
mIIowkI to atoii ovtrut lleloxi, Bay bt. IaiuU.
1'usa CliiMlaa, Ootuu Surmaa.4?cujiul, aud
Sb (WUifbtntl and vooauaj- wauriug lilai
uuuxaor laaortaitnalut-eai-tnai'ay. u" "."'
:oat, and alonir Uie Hue of railroad from
Orlnuia lo juoiuur. . , ...
biiflclal arraliSrim-uUlmn' wta miuW wl n
lh rv bwthaHalu firvrpxlw auilJMoblle
liiU.rdJ:xcuialQultsiit gitatly reauoni ran
111 Ulf tuil.' -. - "V . -
be n made Willi- all lliaaradlntc tfceiilrra, ora
heiikca, omnlliiu ami iranairr mwa, n"ii.
Mlearotrs, uibi"'j pw . ' ' .,
Iwiieflt oftlila l!iMiraleubkVimbiului!,wu.
omy w lib l'li-4-ur tbroujihout tui entire trip. ,
Tills la a i-aie opiiortunltr for Bulue Men aa
wrll a tho- in aran-li of pleunira. and a trip In
wlilcli buuta andiilrute can be caally ana
jileaiautly combined'. The attrutleti of die la
die lu liaJiiciilar. ia also directed U tills, as it la
rrtulufyth"moHt iliarmlnr aud attractive trip
lor llwiii tbut baa vier jet been gotten up.
I'artlea dealnnlna; tu rualw th trip a;e renutbt-
eil lo buy llielr lukeu mm "" V,"
ilav. unduaii inUrsjaant.o lier oejit ilba-oi ut
will lmadoiiull fiuronaseAinade bcfoietl.e
K-ol'JJnrlliber. 4.x -
To TE3Z AS
$20.00 TO $24.00
Knr the U-uvlU of those wlanlna' to. extent the
lrli to 'I'exaH , uu arruuecinent h.w U-eu uuulr
with Morgan'H railroad aud luatul nnt Hue ul
t-..n... i.w.n'n-ii.rt M III ttlli, l!.XCUr-
shin liniuSew Orleans to Oaheatouaud return
fur US ', liicliiduu,' meals J state hhiiu ou
tn..inl tin- atoumera (for number not leas .than
45 ) Any number taw thanlQ willUiSiix on
AruiiiKeminla will iKimnle wltli "'
ICimU tin ledlievd laiT.ejiuu.e.lluK with '
curalou ou Ui lr. also Willi the steamela con
For fia-fber information address
U. Ij. COLLINS, TroavJit, Tenn.,
General Mavnagtrof Jtxouraion, or
E. A COLLINS, MUau, Toun.
TUB QRAHD GOLDBW DBAW
ING AND QBANDPBOMJ5MADE
OONCSBT WILL OOKS OFT
DURING OUR VIMIT TO THS
Tl ok ott) for talaby
JOHN H. JOMMa
1. 0 R. B. Dpot, Oaiw, III.,
Ant by tUUnuul AginU at VlucannM.Canuli
MI. I'armel and UrayvllU.
gyRtftaabBMliI Car. OB KxeUHion Train Vr
rasat.ailrtoU. I,. Collins, Trwa'snli least,