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Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands t'alro !"(,
"ft fange for Ht. Louis property.
Vi FOll SALK.
-t A fine residence on corner llalbrook
avenue; Mid Twenty-third t rift, at
The south liull of Hit; "Pilot" house at
-Hood two story brick suitable tor
tore" and ofllee on Commercial avenue,
between F.leventh and Twelfth.
-BrW dwelling corner Nined Mil
Mul Popknr streets.
.Saloon and fixtures, oulhwct corn
1 Eighteenth street and Commercial
iM iiup, at a bargain.
-Cottage on Twelfth street. vvet of
'otnmcroial avenue, $10.
I) welling tioui on Cro trcef. we
i.l WftshiiijftOtt avenue.
Two business house on I,evee street,
aUve Fightl), $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
ext to Waverlyhtcl,$10.
Two story honsp on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements stiituhle for shops
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'tiplar streets, $12 60.
8tore room adjoining hIk)vp, i.
I'p stairs of house on Commercial av
enue, npar 19th street. SuitaMo for
I welling, 5.
Tenements numbered 8, 9 and' 10
Winter's How, 5 rooma each fur $10
r month. In flroUdms order.
Orphan Asylum building and jn mi
'e. licnt low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
RKms In various parU of the city.
FOR LEASE Oil HA LK.
I And', In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of the Parish Scliool
tll begin Monday, September lib, and
continue in session sixteen week. Terms,
Eight Dollars lor the session, or fifty
ents per week always fayabi.k is
aovancc. There will bono extra charges
for any study except for the study ot
music. For Instruction In vocal and in
Mrutnental music, the valuable services of
Mrs. O. W. Henderson have been secured.
The success of tle school has been such
tliat the Rector dec mi it bet to state,
that only a limited number of pupil can
tie a'vomwod ited. He will receive those
who apply first for admission. He prom
lies to all thorough Instruction iu the
common Ktglih studies, iu tbc higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, and
a)o In Latin and Greek.
f'HAKLKS A. GrLBtnT.
Leather aa1 rimllnii hrCMk, Cheap
r than ever Refer Uml In alro.
I will from thU date sell leather and
finding cheaper than ever txdore offered
best Cincinnati oak sole...- 40ct. ft
Howard's best slaughter
leather 31 to 32
All other leather and findings in pro
portion. No. f0 Commercial avenue, be
tween Filth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois. Roots and shoes made up in the
latett stylps, and ot the best material and
gooJ workmnnhlp. Boots and shoes at
reduced prices. Aud only the the best
St. Louis custom-made and my own
make of boot and shoes will be sold.
-l-tf C. Koch.
Ctiemlral Djra Wark.
Otnee corner Eight street ami Com
mercial 'avenue. In Reisers building,
Sllk Wool, half Wool Phawls, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re.
paired and put In thorough order. Satis
S-fc-dlm . V. .Semens A Co.
Ci la lit Mountain af f aloratlw
ly the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas .Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points In Colorado. New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only j.V), allowing
Ptop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, aud at Colorado Springs,
Manitou and Tike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mine?.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the "San
Juan Guide,' address,
T. J. AJTDKOHOS,
Gen. Pan. Agt.,
7-lXtf , TOI'EKA, Ka.
Wc w ill deliver our best lump coal on
V. and V. R. R. track iu Cairo at $30 per
ear load of
This coal has no bitkrioh for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders tor coal to
Jamks A. Viall & Co.,
Single cord $3 50
Five sord loU 3 25
COAL PAKADI.SK AND Bid NODDY .
Hngle ton $3 00
Three 3 23
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
filled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Whf.eler & Co.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, U open to
the public. The bar It supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the fittest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jos. Ron mm, Frop'r.
ANJIO l 4 KR(TSI.
W nrr uthorited to announrr JCilIN II.
ROhlNON codia for Mift .iof Alm
smlrt county, at thr conilnjt cwunty flmiun.
W ranthnriMl toannoaiirc tbst R. A. K1
mumliHin is mi Irxlriitmlpot Keiiutilkran rmJi
dl lor hhrtUT, at the entuios; couotv rlrctioiw
We are authoring UsnnoiinlETKR SAUP,
for an ln'lcn'lent ranitldstc for Sheriff of Al
tmler roimty, at the running county cli-rtioa.
FtiiTon Ucllbtim! I'leaxe anoonore that I
am a can'liill for the otlii of Hlat A ttorr.ry
for Alrianter t?otintf at In November tlrr
tion. ,;. Miurv.
i IR I'l l' i'i.KRK .
We arr aulhorlzi in annoimo WlI.LI.VM
W. M'l'HKKI KRH an a rjimlldate for Urruit
Clerk of Ale amler (viunty at ibe aiming county
Wf are luthotlrt to announce JOHN if,
HAKMAN a a caiidi!ate fur thr odii of Cir
ruit clerk of AlrXamtrr county at the rnulng
We are authorii:l to aniioiimc JOHN
T.LKVK ai a candidate for the oflii-r ol Circuit
Clef k at the Noreinlier ela tion.
AACALdM 1XUUE, NO. 61.
KniKhts of Tythias, taevta etery Fri
day niKht at half-ial arven, in Odd-
t How' Hull. llowi,
At.KXAMRR I.OIX;E, NO H.
lmlriN-udmt Onler of 0.1d- el
low, iiiwtn every Tburadar night
at hall-iiaKl orven. in their hall on
jiuiiun il Keiiue, lietween Bith anJ Seventh
r.-cli A. iaOH, n
'AlUO KNCAMI'MKNT. I O. O. r..nie-U
.m OhJ-telloWH' Hail on the first and third
i uraday in every mouth, at half-pant aeven
A. Comix is, C F
a CAIRO 1-OIM.K. NO tn.A F. A A. M.
Hold refular noioruuniction In Ma
TCT ioni.- Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' 'and i mlitli itreet, on Ihe -xind and
'tirvli Monday of earn month.
SI NDAV, M.PTK.MIJKR 10, ls;c.
I.orail Weather Report.
Caiho. III., Sept.
Pertrcant. Signal tjervice, V.
Mr. and Mr. .Samuel Walters, are Uoinj;
h'clal bargains in muslins. Ure.-s
toods and flannels at Goldtine A Rosen
There will bo services at the t hris
tiin church to-day at 11 a.m. The pub
lic are invited to attend.
! our sewed ealt shoes fur children,
only K3 eents a pair, at O. llaythorn A
Mr. Bob Illnkle, bookkeeper for
Mrauj;hn & Uinkle, tobacco merchants,
is In Kvnsville.
Our friend Milbuiu, of the St. Louis
Iron Mountain and Southern railroad,
leave for the Cenicnulal to-morrow.
A nobby Hue of hats and ire tits furnish
injf goods Jnt received at Ooldstine A
Bill Scott.Judge Kuykendalland Judjje
Bird ol this city, orated at the Radical
barbecue at Vienna on Friday.
New and desirable patterns in carpets
and oil cloths, cheajier than ever at
Goldmine A Roseowater'a. S-29-lOt
The shoe department of O. llaythorn A
Co.'s store Is equal to any in the state.
Miss Mollie Webb left br .lonesboro
yesterday afternoon. She will remain
until alter the I'nion county fair.
F. m broideries t live, eiht and ten
cents a yard for sale by O. llaythorn A
Co. See them and you will lie sure to
John A. Liyati, we are told, will visit
Cairo sometime this week, and make a
speeeh before the Hayes and Wheeler
.Mr. D. T. Lincgar Is bet-oniing exceed
ingly popular with our neighbors of
Kentucky. He has beeu invites! to make
a speech at Clinton on the 23d Inst.
Ladies who will call this week can se
cure our two button kind "love, at CO
cents per pair.
!M-:u u. Hambcrv A c..
Miss Carrie I'uglcr, after more than a
year's absence, the greater part of which
time shesiient at school in Builinzton,
Iowa, arrived in the. city on Friday.
An adjournm! meeting of the Demo
cratic county central coram it tee will tie
held at the office ot the secretary, W. II.
Morris, LVj., Monday evening next at
Richard Callahan aud John L'laucy,
two young men of this city, who have
beeu spending their vacation at home,
returned to St. Vincent' college, at
Cape Girardeau, last night.
It took one luan-of-war to convey the
remains of Gcorgo Peabody to the Unit
ed States; but It takes a fleet annually to
carry the household benefactions of it. T
Babbitt's Best Soap to other climes.
The business room, CI Ohio a-veo
lately occupied by I. Farnbaker. U va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar and an
oftice up stairs, in same building. For
particulars apply to Robert Smyth, CO
Ohio levee. t f
Tho Episcopal church, Fourteenth
street, has beeu greatly improved by a
new coat of paint, the entire outside
having been re-painted. Blake Coin
pany did the work.
For a smooth shave, ft neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or relreshlng shampoo,
go to Ed. Braxtoa, at the Planter's
barber parlor. The beat of pertumerles
aud hair tonics always kept on band)
11am. : ;Ta. j Wii. I Vat. I
7 a.m. f .W I 71' I j I I Clear
II i f "HI K7 1 n I i Fair
it p.m. I 'it ! I H i t J S to I do
3l4'i" lt-XiSI WB I S j 111 I d'J
The bath room connected w 1th thl estab
lishment Is the only ru In the cttv, and
is always kept In the neatest order, rendy
for t he eon venlencc of customer.
An Intelligent, educated IrMiuiHii to
act as our agent. Address, Hatpin, Mc
Shane A Co., proprietors and publishers
7Wi Vuutirator, Weeky newspaper,
Vine street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
The new tobacco warehouse being
built by Mr. Peter NelT for Thistlewood
A II Inkle li being pushed forward as
rapidly as possible. The tobacco busi
ness protnhscs to lienome one of the lead
ing branches of trado in this city.
We are requested to state that owing
to the illness of Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert,
rector, and the absence of II. II. Candee,
Ksq., sujierintendent of Sunday school,
there will be no services or Sunday
school at the church of the Redeemer to
day. . ' - ;
Djii. Il.-irtuiiiu is closing out his en
tire stock of dry goods, etc., at cost, pre
paratory to starting for the cat to pur
chasing his fall and winter stock . There
Is no humbug about this. His goods arc
going at cost, and buyer will save money
by calling upon him. tf
The grand opening at .lohn tiates new
Kldoraiht was a decided success last
night. At a future time we will give a
description of this lirst- lass saloon and
billiard hall, ( barley r rank, the favo
rite dispenser of exhllerating liquids,
will ( Oi.tlnue on deck, as usual.
The set jK-iitine corset clasp is the only
clasp ever made that is not injurious to
the form. They w ill not break, and will
bend to every movement of tne body.
No lady will do without ttiem that has
ever seen them. They are lor sale only
by the progresivc hou-e ol n. Haythorn
A Co. !i-!t-lw
People .-hould remember that the new
stock of shoes and dry goods just opened
by O. llaythorn A Co. Is the largest and
cheapest ever ojiened in Cairo. They
were bought during the great depression
in the markets of the East, and will be
sold accordingly. Secure bargains while
yottcjin. y-!-3t O. Haytuokx A t o.
Mr. Sam Foster having disposed of his
entire interest in the great "U-rope-in
Circus'' has taken the agency of the
"Busy Flea Association," and is in the
city on business connected with the
same. He will call on his many friends
while here for the purpose ol getting
them to subscrilje for the balance of the
capital stock yet unsold.
A. Marx, alter spending two weeks in
New York, Philadelphia, and other large
cities cast, and purchasing the largest and
finest stock of clothing he has yet brought
to Cairo, returned yesterdav morning.
Ills new goods will begin to arrive imme
diately, aud will toon be on his shelves
ready tor purchasers. It will be policy
for buyers to postpone making purchases
until they baye interviewed Marx. 3t
Mx. John B. Gamble and family, we
are told, will leave Cairo for their new
borne In Colorado, on next Tuesday.
Mr. Gamble, though unlucky in many of
lils business transactions, has been a good
citizen. We regret to see him and his
esteemed family go from among us, but
wUh them, as does their entire circle
of acquaintance, here, success in the
days to come.
At the St. Charles yesterday were J.
Richmond and Miss Mary Richmond,
Knox county, Ky.; R. A. Hatcher and
daughter. New Madrid ; H. C. Wilkes,
West Virginia; John Castor and wile,
and J. Cook, Memphis ; William Bradley
and daughter, Paducah; J. Lawenthal,
wife, and daughter, Vicksburg; Mrs
Quill, Jackson, Tenn.; W. F. Cnlloni,
St. Louis; J. D. Dresden. New York; F.
Debut and II. Jacobs, Cincinnati ; Wm
Weston, do.; Thomas S. Tettis, Owens
boro ; John Seratin, Louisville.
Mrs. Farley, mother-in-law ol Mrs
Charles R. Stuart, of the firm .Stuart and
GhoUon, while on her way to this city
from Lock port, to visit her daughter,
was accidentally killed, by .the passenger
cars, at Hensdale, on Thursday even
ing. The remains were expected to ar
rive in this city yesterday, and will be
buried at Villa Ridge. The accident w as
a sad one and has creat ed the deepest
sympathy in this city for the bereaved
The r.LiiiTis this morning announces
John A. Reeve as a candidate tor circuit
clerk. Mr. Reeve will certainly make
stong race, lielng a very popular young
gentleman in this community. Tho fact
that he runs w ell was demonstrated in
bis canvass for county treasurer last No
vember, he carrying the city over his
other competitors, old and wcll-kuow n
citizens of Cairo, by handsomo majori
ties. The other gentlemen announced
are John O,. llarman and William Mc-
Pheeters, both too well known .In this
county for comment front us. Mr.
Reeve will make the canvass extremely
lively for these popular gentlemen, be
cause he is a favorite among the boys.
Sui field, the man who recently came
to Cairo and signified his intcntiou to
open a wholesale seed 6tore in the White
building, corner ot Sixth street and Ohio
levee, it said to be a fraud aud hotel
scalper. Ho made his headquarters at
the Arlington house for several days, but
neglected to make any pecuniary ad
vances to the proprietor, Mr. Ellis,
whose suspicions were aroused as to the
honesty of SurMeld ; and Mr. E., to ex
press it in tho common language ot the
day, bounced him. Surlield then tried
the St Charles; but hero he met with
very poor success, as Information
had reached the clerk, Mr. Dean, of Sur
field's adventure at the Arliugton, and
who, upon learning that Surfield was iu
the house, immediately sailed on blm in
bis room, and finding the occupant's coat
lying on the bed, seized it and told the
unlucky Surfield to waltz out or he'd
let marked. Surfield tett in IU shirt
aloevei, audit if supposed went, to at.
Loula on one oftbo anchor Lto wickets.
While at the Arlington,. Surrtthl ftrred f
like a inan wlih a Itarrul rf 0rt'v.j lie
received bids for a thorough overhauling
of the White building Irom several ol the
best carpenters In the city, and In other
ways endeavored to pull the wool over the
ryes of those with whom he came In con
lct, but hi little game was blocked at a
moment w hen be leat expected it.
DAVID, THE PROPHET.
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, J ift
Hon lit the teril Cn m Ma S arry
Oa Haekrye In Tw Paeketar
The Worst IpiU of ths Stasoa.
The lollowing definitions of signs are
furnished us by Dr. Hnltz, who contem
plates leaving our city soon to seek a
new home. It may be thought by some
who cousider themselyea well up In the
study, that tho doctor's crthograpl y is
a little "oft," but we assure them it is
just w hat we have laid belore our com
positors : The following arc the signs :
for a horse to neighes at your door Is a
lorerunner of coming trouble to your
famaly.' - '
Why do horses grow grisly and gray ?
A because they are for the Most part in
the Sun aud heat Naturally causes putra
faction, therefore the Matter of hair doth
putrlfy, and in consequence they are
to hit your elbow agin the door post is
it Sign of a stranger a coming.
to drop a lork and it Stick up a man
is a coming.
for to drop a knile and it Stick up is a
Sign of a woman a coming.
Why is it the head of a Man is not
fleshy like the other parts ol the body
A Because the head would be to heavy
And would not stand steadly Alo A
head loaded with flesh ttokens a evil
Why have you one nose and too eye.
A becos light Is more necessary lor us
than melltng, and thereiore it doth pro
ceed from the goodness of nature th at
it we receive any hurt or loss o! one eye,
the other should remain.
for a hen to crow is a Sign of sickness
to some one ot the famalv.
for a dog to howl is a sign of death, so
you may look which way his nose is and
that loureteles the w ay It is a coming.
Why is the braine white A Because it
is cold and coldness is the Mother of
whiteness, 2 because it may receive the
simlltued and likeness of al colours
which the white colours can best do be
couse it is Most Simple.
for a dish towel to drop out of your hand
and untold is a Sign of a woman a com
ing. If it does not untold it Is Man a
A bow leged person is ol a bad dis-
posston and bad temper aud disagreable
unpleasant iu all off his ways inclined
not to be honest in all of his dealings.
How is it if you have the rheumatism
for to carre a large Irish pottatto la your
pockets It is said to cure you of the rheu
matism. one that can't look you in the faaa
when talking with you have nothing to
do with blm.
it is said if you have the piles care a
a buckeye in your pockets it will cure
you ot the piles.
to pay out money on Sunday you Will
tear your dress before the week is out on
some of your clothes.
lor to Meet any one going out or iu on
a road you May go 2 or 3 miles and they
only a short distance and you will on
yonr return back be sure to meet them
Neer the same place,
for your lamp chimney to break with'
out any cause that you can see is a sure
coming of Trouble to the Inmates of the
to have any of our glasseware or
queenesWare to breakn Without any
nowing coes it signifies trouble a com'
ing in the lamaly.
Why do Men live longer iu Hot Re
gions than in Cold A be?ouse they May
be more dry and by that means the Na
tural heat is better presarved in the m
than In cold countries.
for a stranger to come in atone door
and go out at another is a sign of had
luck to the famaly of the house.
Now as to Birds-
Birds has apparently More 111 luck At
tending them thai any.othcr animals lor
any bird what ever to fly in your
house and oyer your head is at least a
Indication of some ill tidings you are to
hear before long.
Birds have always had ever slnoe Solo
mon's days a propensity to carry news
he warns us not to curse the King or the
rich lest a bird of the air Shall carry the
voice and that which hath Wings shall
tell the news.
there- Is a bird called the black bill
that carre ill news, telling to any one he
the bird who is the great prophet ot
evils is the blucK witch or old With it Is
bad lucK far him to Call on you at any
crickets is another unlucKy thing for
to Make thare appearance to any famaly
it Is a sure sign of trouble a head
to open a umbrela over your bead in a
house is a sign of trouble either to your
self or some of the house.
the gilt of a pare ot sissors divides lovo
the gift of a crooKedpin along With a
Knife or Sissors will do away With this
M. J. McGauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood's Pills, celebrated
tor the cure of chills, ague, aud all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
antced In all cases, lie employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue. Cairo, 111. Price,
60 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. 8-10-dlia
The best violin, guitar and baas strings
in the city and musical instruments fll all
kin u oau be obtained of E. A W.'Buder,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
ayonue, , 7by mke ? AM crs
peciaMry. ' f-ltf
' NO. I.
When the banished prophet sojourned
on the Isle ol Patraos, the Almighty re
vealed to him the T-mf-Un-to$, which Is
to embrace that part of th future called
the . millenlum. It will be a thousand
years ot peaceful happiness to the Christ
redeemed of the human race ; and Satan,
with all the enginery of his devices will
bo restrained from exercising upon them
bis malign Influences.
A critical comparison of the past with
the present history of the race constrains
thoughtful minds to look with wonder
npon recent discoveriesthe right
application ot which to human adalrs la
so fraught with human comfort, physi
cally. Intellectually and morally.
Wonderful and lnscrutlblc are the deal
ings of God In ordering or permitting
the ravages of sin and disease which
have preyed upon the race of man for six
thousand years. To see the record ol suf
fering and sorrowing of those years would
move the chords of sympathy In a stone,
were it a sentient thing. But take a
comprehensive view ol the fruition nnd
prophetic prortlses of the present causes
and uprearing and completing of the
highways of hope, joy, and comfort In
our bosoms. After the fall of man the
abyss of dlspalr was bridged by the from
time to time revelations ot God which
gave him the right to hope but which
none, saving "the peculiar few," exer
cised until recent times. The great mass
would not recieve the gltt but built upon
the bottomless errors of egotism
epeeurisiu. civilization, and demi-god-,
ism, and wolul have been tbc results.
Had those elements been subordinate to
the God-given light what tides of human
sins, woes, agonles.and tears would have
been spared the race. Though the world
be full of the evil harvest, the dawn of a
better day is being rapidly swallowed up
In the full blaze ot a glorious morning.
Let us look with trustful eyes and grate
ful hearts upon the benedictions it pre.
scnts to our uplifted bands. Meanwhile
let us hope to renew our thoughts on the
morrow, till when, good reader, faro-
well. Veritas. !
At the annual meeting ot the' Hiber
nian fire company, No. 4, held In their
hall on Friday evening, Sept. 8th, 1S7C,
the following officers were elected for the
ensuing year :
President nenry Stout.
Vice-President Capt. Wm. M. Wil-
Secretary P. O. Laughlln.
Treasurer Albert Susanka. '
Foreman ot engine Richard Hurd.
Assistant foreman of engine Richard
Foreman of hose T. K. Shook.
Assistant foreman ot hose Martin
Board of directors M. J. Howley.
James Ro6s, Felix Cross.
Immediately after the election of offi
cers, Capt. Wm. M. Williams offered the
following resolution, which was unani
mously adopted :
ttOilOB TO WHOM HONOR IS DCE.
JiliHd. That ta faaaks ot tbU com-
Esny be tendered to JOr. Wm. JdcHale,
ite president ol tbU company, for the
efficient manner in which he has admin
Utered the affairs ot the company, and in
retiring from the chair ho has the best
wishes of the entire company for his fu
ture welfare and prosperity.
r. uxocaBin, secretary.
" reateaalal Beer Ball.
Fred. Holheioz, proprietor of the
above well known establishment, will
spread a big free lunch every Sunday
morning, commencing to-dar. The bill
of fare will Include.
Kartoffel Pfannekuken and an A. No
glass of Milwaukee Beer to wash it down
with. Don't forget to come. it
A M: 1 Laaatlry,
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress. No. 12 Fourth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords ot hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her,4 Her prices are as follos : Hotel
and boarding house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c
two shirts and two collars, 25c ; per doz
en, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 0c; two
handkerchiefs. 5c : vests, 20o ; and all
gentleman's wear, 80c. per dozen. La
dies psaiu calko dresses, $1.25 perdozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 50c
white dresses, $1.25 ; ladies underwear,
tine or course, $1 per dozen. 9 2-tt.
Natlea lta .
Mrs. S. Williamson, the leading milli
ner ot Cairo, baa concluded to bring on
a tine lot of millinery good which she
knows will suit her many customers.
Mrs. Williamson's reputation as a mil
liner has long been known In this city
and surrounding country, and she takes
this method of informing them that she
just received a large lot of the latest
styles of hats, flowers and trimmings.
She is thankful for past favors and soli
cits the patronage ot her old customers
and as many new ones. She also bleaches
and shape hats in the latest styles.
S Yeare Agm.
For more than two-thirds of a life-time
Charter Oak Stoves have been a familiar
household word : daily gaining in popu
larity, and doing a vast deal of good in
enabling housewives to place before their
families every day three 'square meals,"
well and quickly cooked, at a very small
cost of both fuel and labor, and we are
doing no more than our duty in advising
every housekeeper wba does not have, a
Charter Oak Stove to get one with the
lease possible delay. . . : (89)
rresteh Claelt Baase,
1 Deane's Una French Clock will be
raffled at Johnny Gates' new saloon Sat
!- iWlllj 16th. at S 'crock.
l splendid chwca,.for( .parlor time
rataf rapfe Gallery.
Mr. Gustaye VTetzel having returned
to Cairo, ha fitted up hi old rooms cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue, at a first-class photograph gal
lery, where ho will be happy to see his
old friends and patrons, as well a scores
ol new ones. All orders In the picture
line will be executed In first-class style,
and at prices to suit the times. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
"satisfaction or no charge." 8-31-lm.
ream New Tark-Tae Very Iktraa.
Mr. J. A. Goldstlne ot the firm ot
Goldstine A Rosenwater, who is now in
New York city, writes to the firm that,
by reason of the demoralized condition of
the market In New York, he has been en
abled to obtain splendid bargains In dry
goods, notions, gents furnishing goods,
hats, Ac. These goods are arriving dally,
In large quantities, and an Inspection of
the goods and prices will convince those
who desire to pnrchne, that such liar
gains were never before offered in Cairo.
Sale rooms lt and 1.1 I 'ommerclal ave-
rial eitati at atjchov.
10 lots in block 30, first addition to the
city of Cairo.
Lots 5 to 12, and 2" to 32, inclusive.
:aieon the premises, 3 o rloeW p. m.,
September ICth, 1876.
Title Oaaraateed Jle Pnalllve.
Terms One-half each and one-half in
twelve months, with fix per cent . secur
ed by a mortgage on the premises.
Winter A Stewart,
I.eokoul far Imoaeaa Bargains
At Solomon Pareira's, 142 and 144 Com
mercial avenue, which will arrive soon,
as Mr. B. Wiel, who is the buyer of this
firm, has left to buy a new and tresh sup
ply of dry goods notions, clothing and
furnishing goods, hats, caps, trunks nnd
valises, boots and shoe, which I will sell
as I have done heretofore cheaper than
the cheapest. Therefore don't forget to
call, as it will pay you to trade at Solo
mon Paretra's, 142 and 144 Commercial
Hatel Krturtion. -
Iceland's Sturtcvant House, Broadway.
Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets,
New York city, has reduced 100 rooms,
with board, to $3.00 ; 100 rooms to $3.50 ;
Parlor and second floors, $4.00 per day ,
Rooms, European plan, $1.00 per day
and upwards. The Sturtevant is kept in
first-class style, superbly furnished. Elc
vater and every Improvement. Location
convenient to all places of Interest to the
visitor. Street cars pass hotel for depots
and Central Park. 2t
J. Ucorg) ftklelnhanac.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and cbildrens' hair cut or dressed.
either at the shop or their homes.
Wab DBrAwntEttT. Bivkh IttPCT,
Sept. . 17. i
j ft, nr. rt. I tit.
Cairo 10 s Xi 1
Ptttaburg . 0 e x '
Cincinnati 6 7 11
Loalavt He .................. 4 11 X 1
Naabvtue so 7
St. Louia . 19 X 7
Evans villa 6 0
Memphis ............ 13 X
Vickaburg is 2
Mew Otleana lu 1
Below bifh water of 174.
erfeant. Signai bervice, i:. 3. A.
Steamer James Flk, Paducah.
John B.Maud, St. Louts.
" Idlewlld, KTanstrllle.
Steamer James Flsk, Paducah.
John B. Maud, Vicksburg.
Atlantic and barges, N. n.
The City of Helena was due from
Vicksburg last night.
The Arkansas Belle, if the gets over
Cumberland dam all .right, will be here
The Idlewild caiue down lrom
Evaasvllle with a lair cargo, drawing 3
feet and eight Inches. She rubbed aw
ful hard at Cumberland dam.
The risk had a very fair trip Irom
The James W. Goff, bound tor Cin
cinnati to-day, Is due from Memphis to
day. The Atlantic and barges got more
than 500 tons here and got away at day
light. The John B. Maud bad a K"od trip.
She got very little here. '
Southern District of Illinol.-8S. At Cairo the !
I' th day of August, A. I. l7i.
Tbe undersigned hereby rives notice of
h a appointment as assignee of Watson H.
Hockwell, late oi i.airo, in tne county ot
Alexander and State ot Illinois, within said
district, who has been adjudged bankrupt
upon his own petition by the district court
oi said (iiainci. ur.uuur. t inr.K,
Aug Kd.'tw Assignee.
Th. Qlt K.adla.Vila
Boot and dHoo MaKer,
lias re-opeued his establishment in the
Where can be found an extra
of goods in bis line,
Give Jones a cell.
English Brussels. Three Fly and Ingrain,
also, tuair carpeis, velvet Kug, cruniD
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., rery cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTOW ST- HEW YORK.
Carpet carefully packed and sent to any
pan oi uii caiiau DtaiaairaeoienarKt,
rrsxaiKroB nuos ust.-
T-t-ly. J. A. ESIDALL.
rpfca wWaaHly IValletUs."
l.tt aafas, aeeesas siaaU.te say a4r s
faptr iwWshs4:ta aatera laiaols.
Mothers ran uw honlih for thuir chil
dren anct rest for thennelre by the ttMil nf Ca
frn, a ievfis:t substitute for Cantor Oil. It It
alielutf1jrhHrmleis, and Is as pleasant to tak
a hnofT. lor Wiad-Gollta aritit atnniarii .
worms or constipation, lor ronn or oU. thera
is nothlni intxtxtenre like it. It U certain, it
1' retT, It lsrhap
n, swelling, sprains, it Iff Joints, Imras
raM polsonnm lilt.v and all flesh, bona and
muscle ailment', ran tie ahunlntrly cured by the
Ceutanr liuinient. What the White Liniment
Is for the human fnmllv. the Yellow Liniment
la for xpavint'd. irallM and lama faom and ani
sheriff a al.
By virtue of an execution to me directed by
the clerk rf the circuit court cf Alexander
couniT. in the State of Illinois, in favor ol Ll
len W aleh and against Bernard fruth, I have
leried upon the following dearlibrd propertr,
Lotn numbered twelve (12) and thirteen (1) In
block nuruliereit two (J) the undivided one-hail
O,) of lot numbered tiKbt (e) in block num
bered twenty-eeven thenndiridrtl nne-half
() of lota numbered seventeen (17; nai eigh
teen (IS) In Mock numbered thiny ('), all In
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and Male
of Illinois. Alan loi numbered aeven (?) In
block numbered twenty-six Utt), lot numbered
thrve (4) in block numbered lort r-llra M) . lot
numbered ihirty-aevem (47) In block numbered
forty-seven lot numbered ten (id) in block
numbered eighty-three ('l 1 he Icaee hold i
tereat lu and to lot numbered eight (-j) In block
numliered eighteen (.12), together with lie
building and Improvements fl'uuted thereon,
all aald Imf mentioned lots and blocks bciuf act
uated in the first addition to ilia cflv ofCairo, in
the countv of Alexander and State of Illinois, aa
Ihe property of the atiid Leionrd Smyth, which
I ihall offer at public talc at the !outti-we?tdooi
of the Court llo e in the city Of Cairo, in the
county of Alexanilerind Slate of Illinois, on the
Mlh dav of cpumlier, A L.,18T6, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a m. . lor C'aah. u eatiaf aald
execution. AI.EX. H 1RVIN',
Sheriff of Alexander County, 111
Cairo, Ilia.. August aoth. It7. . . u-td
.... . i -
Ky U tile of an execution ta me directed
by the Cleric Of the circuit Cortrt of Alex
ander County, in the Siate of Illinois, in
favor of liernard MeVlanu and agatnat
James A. Kry. 1 have levied upon the tol
lowing described propetty, tn rlrat Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in the County ol
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit :
All of tli right title and Interest or said
James A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (13) in block numbered forty-seven (4.7)
which 1 shall otter at pjh.'tc ss'e at the
South-ve-t door of the Court Tlouse in the
City ot Cairo, In the County of Alexander
and State ot Illinois, on the 10th day ol Sep
tember, A. I)., 1876, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., for cash, t? sati.fy said ex
edition. Alex. H I KMX.
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo. Ills., Auguft yfi. l7tt. dtd
Hy virtue of an execution to me directed by
the cle k ot thn circuit court of Mayne
county, In the State of Illinoia, in favor of Wil
liam Mmi'ffer and nirainat k-llen Trousdale, I have
levied iiHn the following described proper! v,
I.ota nunilioreil one (l).tvro (2), three O),
four (4). five ('.), aix (fi), aeven (7) and eijrht(i.
ill I in block numbered ten (l'), in the third ad
dition to the city of Cairo, in the connty of Alex
ander and Mate of Illinoia, aa the property of the
enid Kllen Troiiidal!, which 1 aliall offer at public
sale at the (-untli-west door of the I ourt ilouae
in the city of Cairo, In the eouty of Alexander
and dtate'of lllinoia.on the loihday of September
A . D. , ls7i, at the hour of eleven o'clock, a.m. ,
for C ash, to aiitlxly aald execution.
SheriflTAlexander County, III.
Cairo, Ills. , Augiut-ioth, 1S7S. d-td
Mow To Hake Haaey.
We will state that tbe surest, best aud
specdieat way to "multiply and increase"
ia to call at No. 12 Wud bucet. New York,
and consult with Alex Frotuingbam a: Co.
Theae gentlemen, who have loni; been
Identitied with the history aud ailairs of
Wall mreet. are unusually t-killed In mone
tary atfura, and to everything appertaining
to epecuiAi.iOD, are un'-xceiieu tor ability
and proficiency. It may alao be taid that
of the many lirnkers ia that city they are
not only tuo most ponmr, out a no toe
most aucxcsslul, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near me vicinity or
Anion the customer ot the house of
Alex Frothinham & Co , are tome o our
leading aud representative citizens, who
are mainly indebted to tne laoors oi mis
arm lor much ol tne wealth they now enjoy.
Durin ths long aud aucceaaful exper
ience ol Measra. A1'X. Protliiuham & Co.,
in this ciiy they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation lor honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
cokjsaal in Its proportions. In fact, tbe
amount of business done by this bouse In
the course of a year is something wonder
ful, and otten forms the. subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
t dices In Wall street to prove the truth of
tbe above statement.
How tbey manage to convert $10 to 120,
2d to tH $40 into r'SO, and so on, is a
secret which they alone can explain; but
that tbey succeed In doing so la a tact too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
would salely and profitably invest your
money, do not hesltata to favor tt Is arm
with yoiir cash and confidence. That by to
doing you will reap an abundant raard.
the experience ot thousands ot our best
citizen attest. The necessity or taking
such a course In these times of tvtertn
banks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the most indifferent and careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothinpham A Co., are
prepared to mve-t money to any amount la
the best se .-unties, and In every transac
tion In which they may be engaged (jnar
ante entire satlsiactloo to those who honor
them with their put'onage.
jTSend for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly He pens, which they mall free
to all who desire them. revn A'. . ife
ropolit, April Id, 170. 7-18-sod3m
f asoautal Exenraloalats. ,
Will, of course, wish to see all the sijhu
comfortably sad cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'THEBN li'V COMPANY
has, through iu connections la tue.Wes
and Northwest, placed on sale's) targe
uuuiberor Tourists' EicVKaio.N Tict
at Krea'ly induced rates, by which passen
gers cau not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition ut Philadelphia, but can,' In sddlt
lon, iait the principal eavtern cities, wlih an
opportunity m stopping at any ot the great
nuatber of lauious reaorts in New York
and Panoxylvanla. The CAN ADA SOU ili-
KRN Is the only iiua trout tbe west running
directly to Magara Falls, giving passen
gers, Irom the train, a wondertul panoramic
I view ot the MIGHTY CATARACT.
i house shoe fall, the great
nanus, anu landing tuein directly at tne
Falls. The track of tbe CANADA BOUIH-
F.UN is an air line, laid with steel rails ot
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves
or grades ; wood is used lor fuel ; Coaofce
are furnished with tbe Wlnchell Fatso
Veutilator, ensuricx prefect frtsdoui from
dit. Wlih its complete syattm of uiauil-
. .... - . r. -
tent l'AK'-UU UI.Kl'lNU AV lan-
ISG UOOM C.UN from IHICAOO
DETROIT A5D TOLEDO, sad Us . atMi
able connections st NIAGARA FaU-
AND BUFFALO with the NEW Ti'
CENTRAL AND E1UK BAILWAV. the
Csusda Soutkern U ft beeommf tne
FAVORITE LINE TO TflE aA9T. Ttc
yla this popular has esa be procured st si
offices of 3oaaectlattass,or at
ay UfoftsasUe- oa I-
dMoi ru sad Ticket xrt. mnf