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Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lots,
change tor St. IxmiIs rnKily.
A flue residence on corner Halhrook
avenue an1 Twenty-third afreet, at a
The south hall of the "Pilot" house at
Kofi KKNT. j
Ootid, two atory brick suitable fur
(tores ami offices on Commercial avenue,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner NlncteHith
and Poplar at reels.
Saloon and Natures, south west corn
er Kighteenth street and Commercial
tvenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west rl
ommerelal avenue, $10.
Dwelling huii 40 on Cro Micet, wes
of Washington avenue.
Two business bouse on I .evee street,
kliv Eighth, $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
wxt to Waverly hotel, 10.
Two itory houne on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements suitable for shops
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, S.
I'll Main of houne on Commercial av
kiit4e, near llrth street. Suitable for
f willing, 5.
TeneinenU numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's Row, 5 rooms eaeh for f 10
er month. In Brut-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi-m-s.
Rent low, to a good tentnt,
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms lu various parts of the city.
FOR LEASE Oil SALE.
I Jknds, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
LMlktr M riiiaphrUMk, Im.
r ever Before) Mtj la t'olro .
I will from this date sell leather and
findings cheaper than ever belore offered
llest Cincinnati oak Pole.... -lOcts.Ib
Howard's best slaughter
leather 31 to 32'"
All other leather and findings In pro
portion. No. 10 Commercial avenue, be
tween Filth and Sixth struts, alro, Illi
nois. Boots and shoes made up in the
latest styles, and ol the text material and
good workmanship. Boots and shoes at
reduced prices. And only the the best
St.' Ixtuls custoiu-made and my own
juake of boots and shoes will be sold.
8-lH-tf C, KCH.
Aim to SIM MoaataUe of Irj4
tjy the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and pojMiUr line from
Atchison and kausa City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to I'ueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points In Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $30, allowing
stop-off. privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manltou and Tike's Teak, l-ow emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
I'ullmau l'alace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tain, without change. Close connec
tions made nt Pueblo with trains for
iH-uverand Northern Colorado.
Kor maps, time tables and the " Sao
Juan MuMe,'' address, - -
T. J. Andkrsox,
7-lKtf ToiT.Ka, KaN
We will deliver our best lump coal on-
'. and V. R. R. track la Cairo at $30 per
car load of
This coal has no m tkkior for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders tor coal to
.1 axes A. Yiall & Co.,"
Single cord $3 50
Five sord lots - 3 25
COAL PAKAltUK AND BIO MUDOV '.
single ton .. $3 50
Three " 3 25
Kjvc " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Whkei.kr & Co.
The epicures ol Cairo will be pleased to
h um that Sprout has commenced keep
ing those superior Southern Oysters
which gave such universal satisfaction
last season, lie could have bad oysters
before, but preferred waiting lor a good
article rather than lose his well-established
reputation. The Unit shipment
will arrive on Friday morning, Sept,22d.
Bring on your pails uud pitchers and get
something good. John Sj-koat.
Corner 12tl street and Ohio levvec.
M. J. McUauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood'a Pills, celebrated
tor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kind of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases. He employs no
agents, aud the genuine pills can only
be procured at hi drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
60 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. 8-10-dalui
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors aud the finest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jos. Ro.NKKtR.l'rop'
Lvon's Kathaikon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its falling
out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed
aud has uo rival. 9-10-dAw.
JIauan a maqnoua liAUs preserves
und restores tlte complexion; removes
freckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
kin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation caunot bt detected, 3-10-dAw.
.. L -I LJil 1 '
We are authorised to announce .TOIIM II.
KOHINSON a a candidate for Hlirnn'or Atea
andrr county, at the coming county election.
Wc are authorized to Announce that K. A. Kd
mandeonUan independent itepublioan oaadl
datc lor Shetitf, at tie ensuing county election.
vVe are authorised InaniwwaoePKTER ATJP,
tut an lnilcnfenteaD(lilata for HttetiSot Al
cisnJi r rounty, at the amuna; county elei'tion.
f.DiTo Bt;LLariit;lla annnunoe tint I
m a candlilale tor tb oluiv of Mmlc A ttm i.ry
for Alrtanl-r rounty at the NovrmlM-r rlrc
tlou. Vt M. t;. Mi Mil.
We ere smhnrlzel to annonnrr f.K.O. W.
IIEMlKICKH, JH , as a can tkiate at tlie Nn
venilwrrtM'iioa, lot MUlri Attornry for Alex
1 URtl il' t l.KkK.
We are anthorlfwl to announce W I I.I.I AM
W. M'l'HKfc I r.ltt as a caoiliilate fur 1 imill
I'lerk of Alriandrr oiiuty at the roiiunK county
We are autliotixetl to announce JUllS Q,
IIAHMANaa a camliiUte lor tbe olIi of Cli
cult clerk of AIainUr county at tlie eiiMiinft
We are authorlr.ej to announce .WHS A.
Itr.KVK m acaniliilate for the odice ol Circuit
Clerk at Hie Noveinlier election.
W are authorised to announce Vf. V. MTCHI-.K
an a can'llilate for Ue olU.e of t;ircuit :lerk ol
Alexamli-r county at the Norerulier elentiva.
ASCALON VOUOK, NO. 81.
Kniitliui of Pythias, lun-tri every Trl
ilay DiKht at hair-uaet Sevan, IB Udl
elioa' IUII. IIoa.
OAIJiXANDKR l-OIMiE, NO. 224.
Indeuetwlenl Orlrr of Old-fel-Iowa,
uweu every Thursrlay nixhl
at blf-tat seven, In tbelr hall on
mnu-rcUil avenue, between iU ant Seventh
txtl N. A, 1)voh, M i
'I.VIItO KXCAMPklKNT, I. O. O. F., meet
i i)ll-rellowa' Hall on the Brat anl third
i u.ln; in every month, at balf-paat aevea
A . Coaimm, C r
At CAIROUiDGK. NO.t37,A.. A A. M.
Av Jlolil rerular communications In Ma
JT aonic Hall, corner Commercial aveaua
' aiul Kiichlh auwt, on Lbe second and
'ourth Mondar of each mouth.
KATKK OF ADYKaVriMISU.
Cf-All bills for ailvertunax, are due and iff
able ut AOTASCB
Traniient advertiainf will be inserted at the
rate of II OU per aquare for the flret inaertion
and V cents for each anbeequent one A liberal
diaoouat will be luade on a landing and diaul
for InaertiBK Funeral notice ! Notice o f
meeting of societies or secret ordera W eenU for
Chureh, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted as advertiaeraeata
No advertisement will be received at leas than
SO cents, and no Mvertiaement will be inserted
for less than three dollars per month
SATURDAY. SKPTKMBEK 23. 1870.
LsxmbJ WtatMr ate pars.
Calbo. In... Sept ti, IS76.
Tub. I Wixd.
Sergeant. Signal Service. I'. . A.
A complete line of line shoes for ladies
wear just received by O. Haythoru A Co.
Antrim Is in New York buying his (all
stock of ready made :lothing. 0-21-4t
For sale, a new top buggy aud a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irvi.n.
Antrim Is in ttte east buying fall and
winter style hats and caps, don't forget
It. . -21-4t
lapt W. I.. Uambleton and Mr.ti. F
Meyer of Mound City were lit the city
Antrim has the largest stock and the
latest styles of ties, collars, furnishing
goods, etc., remember that. 0-21-4t
Remember the grand ball by the Tur
ners at Turner hall. Monday evenlug,
September 25th, 1870. -12tf
First grand ball of the season by the
Cairo Turner Society, at the Turner hall,
September 25th, 1S7C. 9-12 tt
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit form near
Villa Ridge Station on the Illinois Ceu
tral railroad. Apply to I. Artkr.
IMU-tf Cairo, III.
The opening ball of the season will be
given at Turner hall, Monday evening,
September Soth, 1S7C. A good time Is
anticipated and all are invited. U-l 2tf
An Intelligent lady remarked that her
shoes always tit well, aud gave the most
perfect satisfaction. Of course she buys
them of O. I lay thorn & Co. 0-21 -3 1
Wewlllopcu a complete line of men's
line shoes to-day, of the best manufacture
in the world. We can tit everybody.
0-21-3t O. II. Havthohn & Co.
There Is only ono place In the city
where a complete Hue of ladies, irenlle-
men and children's shoes can be found,
and that is at O. Hay thorn & Co. 9 21-3t
Youug gentlemen and ladies who have
not, for so long a time, had an opportun
ity to "trip the light fantastic," may do
so at the Turner ball, Monday evening,
September 25th, 1S7C. 8-litt
Th business room. 01 Ohio levee
latelv oocunled by I. Farubaker, is va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar ana an
ottlce up stairs, lu same building. Fof
particulars apply to Robert Smyth, CO
Remember that O. Hay thorn & Co
Keep a larger and more complete line of
all grades ot shoes and boots than every
stock in Cairo would make It tuy were
combined arainst them. Go there and
be suited without trouble. 9-2l-3t
In olden times, people lound it difficult
to keen nerfectlv clean: so they used
srreat Quantities ot perfume to kill natu
ral odors. Now-a-dayx, sensible men and
women use but little ot perfumery, aud
instead go In for B. T. Babbitt's best
aoan. This la one or the advanced land
marks of modern civilization.
I.ral t hit That.
Circ uit court ha atljoiuned.
Tim mutqtiltofl art, about golw, nnd
tramps' are gettlnir numerous. I he
town is lull ol them.
Mr. I.inegnr will spenk on Thursday,
ZMth, at Charleston Mo., during the Mis
sissippi county fair.
The pay ear ol the Cairo and Vlncen-
lies railroad started out on its rcgtilnr
inonthly trip yesterday morning.
The trains on the narrow gauge leave
fur Ootlge's park and the grand Tilden
and . Hendricks' hnrbecne; at 8, 11, and I
o'clock to-lay. The smm IuI train leaves
at 8 o'clock.
The Tilden nnd Hendricks Sweepers
will attend the big barbecue at. Hodge's
park in a body to-day. 'Company A.t
Captain Jesse Mcltaflle' churge, w'l go
in their new uniform!).
"Why were you not in the procession
last night," said a gentleman to it promi
nent Republican of this city yesterday.
Oli! we have niggers to carry our
torches," replied the Rad.
Mr. Herman I-evy, has employed a
body-guard of two young darkies, whom
ho has rigged In TMtlen and Hendricks'
uniform-, nnd w ho will hereafter accom
pany Mm in his daily walks and drives.
Among the arrivals at the Planters'
esterday were James P. Frvin, liallard ;
James Scay, St. lxui; N. A. flight,
Wctaug; Jacob (Joblc and wife, St.
Lou's ; Joseph C. Warner, ( 'hicago ; J.
T. 11. Black, of the City Shoe Store,!
has added a wholesale department In the
house, herein the usual goods of the
trade will be kept, to which ho specially
invitos the traders ot the city and vicin
ity. He will duplicate the prices of any
house In the West. Terms, stric'y cash.
Mrs. S. Williamson has just returned
from St. Louis with a full line of millin
ery goods of all kinds, and rhe thinks
she can supply any und a'l w ith any kind
or shape or style of hat they desire. Call
and examine her stock before purchasing
Scientific men are pondering over the
discovery of a new plant which grows In
South America, and which is called coca.
Its great merit is that It prevents fatigue
and renovates the system. Why trouble
about it, however, wh"e B. T. Babbitt's
best soap does precisely the same tiling'
Among the guests at the St. Charles
were S. T. K. Price, Chicago; J. v.
Adams, Indianapolis; A. S. Ackermon,
St. Louis ; J. F. Tslbott, St. Louis ; J. T.
Smith, Makonda ; J. M. Payne, wite and
children, Mrs. II. E. Payne, Miss II. II-
Payne, New Orleans.
Ladies and misses w!U lind at present
the finest stock of stylish shoes of elegput
make In the city at the City Shoe Store,
No. 142 Commercial avenue. Keeping
as they do, only the very best make, pur.
chasers can rely ou getting a satisfactory
article. Full guarantee given for custom
work. Prices range very low. 9-23-1 w
Herman Ievy has oue of the finest and
best arranged cattle pens and slaughter
houses in the State. It is outside of the
levee and built above hich water mark.
He is now building a wagon road from it
to the levee, so that his wagons can have
ingress aud egress without fear of mud
It is pretty hard to tell ju-t what kind
of a procession that was, that paraded
the streets on Thursday night. Some of
tlte torch bearers shouted lustily for Til-
len and Hendricks, while others yelled
as loudly for Hayes und wheeler. The
Colonel and Bill Scott shoti l be a little
careful alnjut this, or their boys may sud
denly tail out of line for them.
For a smooth shave, u neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. Tho best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment Is the only one in the city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
A solitary twelve white men, headed
by our friend Dewey, bearing a torch
and elbowing a stalwart son of Ham on
either side of him, marched in the pro
cession of Thursday night. Our friend,
lohu Reeve, the Republican candidate
for circuit clerk was also another bright
light in the line, for w hich bit of socia
bility and loyalty to the bloody shirt
screechers, he undoubtedly expects just
one hundred and ilfty-cight votes.
A beautiful "tie of hand-made boots and
alcxes for gentlemen, at prices as low as
for machine sewed paid elsewhere, at the
City Shoe Store. Gentlemen shoti'd not
full to see them before they have a pair
mude. A perfect tit and qun'ity guaran
teed. 9-23-1 w
His honor, Mayor Winter and his as-
sistent, Mr. W, T. Bcerwart, are deserv
ing of high praise tor the good work
done by them at the tire on Thursday
evening. Both ot these geutleinen, w ho
are recognized as firemen without peers,
labored like Turks, uud to their efforts
may bo attributed much in the putting
out of the Haines, which, had they uot
been checked in time, would have proven
very disastrous to the entire neighbor
Died, Thursday, September 21, 1S7U.
Lizzie A., infant daughter of Henry and
Catherine Kichhotf, aged two years uud
six months. The lituerul services will
take place to-day at two o'clock, at the
rcaldcucc of the parents ou Kighteenth
street between Poplar aud Commercial
avenue. The remains will bo interred at
Villa Ridge, by special train to leave foot
of Eighteenth street at three o'clock.
Friends and acquaintances are luvitcd to
The American House Hotel couches
meet every train comiug in Boston. For
the moderate sum of tiny cents, each pas
senger with his baggage Is carried to the
hotel. Once at the American all places
of business, amusement or Interest, are
easily reached, as the hotel is located
right lu the hear! at tin: city, aed la the
neighborhood of all these places. Not
w ithstanding the iucrease In travel, the
American hits recently insde a reduction
In rates, which in these stringent times
will innk It more popular than ever.
Wc arc receiving direct from the
packers of Baltimore, five hundred and
lorty cases of newly packed can goods,
consisting of pine apples, strawberries,
blackberries, w hortlelierrics, peaches,
tomatoes, oysters, jellies, pears etc.,
bought Im Ioic the lute advance. We arc
also receiving from Boston about two
hundred packages of new mackerel ; also
new pickles in barrels and firkins; also
timothy nmt ntl-top and other rtcld
seed. hnire newl hcese are lor sale a1
bottom prices by St rat ton A Bird. :it
Miehnel Power?, a gentleman hailinir
from the (ireen Isle, while wandering
about the city Idly on Thursday, in
dulged very freely iu the flowing howl,
and trot so much beside himself that he
could not navigate. He was picked up
by the police, elevated into a dray and
escorted to the calaboose, where he was
given the night to Mralghten up. He
was before Judge Bird yesterday, who
fined him two dollars and costs, and re
turned him to his quarters In the lockup,
where he will remain five days, berausc
he Is poor.
Mr. Cullom, the Republican candidate
for governor, in his sjicech in the court
house on Thursday night, amused the
colored population by a funny little
story, comparing Democrats to the man
who couldn't let go ot a runaway cows'
tail, aud celled on his friend John to
"come, for God's sake, and help him let
go." That, said Mr. Cullom, "is the
way with old Democrats; they have got
used to voting the Democratic ticket, and
can't let go." It w'll astonish Shelby to
find how many voters will hold on to
the Democratic -cows' toil next Novem
The New Kuropenu.
Among other Improvements und new
institutions which are to be uot?d in
Cairo, is the recent opening of the Euro
pean hotel, situated on Sixth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nue, by Mrs. Harry Walker. The build
ing, which belongs to Judge Bros, has
just been thoroughly overhauled, newly
paint!, ventilated and rearranged, in a
manner that makes it oue ol the most
comfortable and pleasant locations for
boarders to be obtained iu the city. Mrs.
Walker is a lady w ith a world of experi
ence in the hotel business having engineer
ed the old Delmonico, the St. Nicholas,
and other prominent hotels of this city
in times past, and has furnished the
sapcious apartments ot the new Euro
pean in the most tasty and convenient
manner. Her tables, which have been
one of the roost noticeable characteristics
ot her ability and judgment, will not in
the future do discredit to her repu
tation as a "good feeder," which she has
earned In the past. In connection with
the European, Mrs. Walker w!U conduct
a tirst-class oyster restaurant, and we
predict for her a just share ol tho hotel
patronage of the city. It
Messrs. Phil Howard and Fred Kocl.
ler are at home aeain from the'" visit to
St. Louis. While In the Future Great,
they had the pleasure ot meeting many
ot their old acquaintances aud friends,
among w hom were Messrs. James De
Mott, manager, and Mr. Springer, agent
for Rothchild & Co.'s show, who Inform
ed them that the company W'l again
winter their institution in Cairo.
Mr. M. F. Gilbert, a ter spending scv
eral weeks in the chy of Brotherly Love
where he and his famMy saw a" the ecu
tennlal that is to tie seen, returnetl on
Wednesday. Mrs. Gilbert and child will
return the latter Jport of the week,
The attendence at the centennial exhlbi
tion ler the last month has been constant
ly Increasing. On Wednesday the receipts
amounted to over r'nety-onc thousand
Mr. Henry Halliday left Ca'ro for Phil
adelphia and the centennial on Thursday,
Mr. Halliday has been in poor health tor
sometime, and it is hoped the trip will
prove beneficip' to him.
A Nad Iteatn.
It will be remembered that some four
weeks ago Mr. S. P. Bennett, book
keeper for Stratum A Bird, left this city
accompanied by his wife and little son,
Harvey, tor a visit to the centennial. A
few days ago Mr. Bennett and his family
left Philadelphia to return to their home
In Cairo. Mr. St rat ton last night recieved
a telegram from Mr. Bennett, stat'ng that
little Harvey had been killed on Wednes
day night, und requestiii!; Mr. Stratton
to have a conveyance at the depot this
morning, to convey him (Mr,
licnuctt) to li's home, . as
he could uot walk. How the unfortunate
little boy cumo by Ms death was uot
stated iu the telegram, but we are told it
was by an accident on the train, by which
Mr. Bennett was also wounded. This
sad news w ill be read with sorrow by tV'a
The following is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for iu the post otlicc at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, September 22:
Ladies List Atkins, L. J.; Addis, S.
W.; Baker, Caledonia ; Briber, Clara ;
Cuuiinlngs, Eva; lluyes, Lila; Johnson,
Amelia ; Taylor, Annie.
GcuU List Baggs John ; Bibb, R. S.;
Davis, G.; Drum, Frank ; Deyere, Johu;
Frank, S. ; Grilllcr, Win.; Welms, E. E.;
Hamilton, Geo.; Henry, Johu; Hose,
Samuel ; Hoar, Simon; Kochler, Charles,
Kellogg, Sim; Kulcr, J. ; Lawrence, J. T.;
Lowe, Wlllarce; McFelle, Mr..
Martin, II. P.; Median, Tho-.; Morgau;
T. B.; Martin Spenee; McTurner, F, L.;
Mocns, Sam; Russell, C. B.; Richard,
son, J. L.; Rogers, Sum ; Smith, Ed.;
Simpson, F. M.; Syron, John J.; Selgler,
John; Smith, V.; Thompson, A.; Turr.
man, Clias.; Turner, J. M.; Taylor, W.
O.; White, W. C; l uderwood, Ed.
Persons calling for any of the above let
ters should please suy "Advertised."
Gko. W.McKeaio.P. M.
New mackerel and cod fish Just iu aud
lor tale low at New York Store, 9-23 3t
The Parade if the 4iab ttat Sight.
The Sweepers, arrayed lu their lteauti,
ful new campaign suits, appeared iu pa.
rude last night. Captain Jesse Mcllallle,
with company A, and Lieutenant Herman
!cvy, commanded the procession, which
numbered altout two hundred men. The
club paraded the principal streets rf the
city, and retired to their club room.
Mr. t'allanw In 4'nlro.
The Itudical torchlight procession nnd
meeting on Thursday evening, was the
largest and most enthusiastic demonstra
tion during the canvass. There was In
he prcecsion l.Vi ncgres and I I w hite
men, who marched the principal streets,
headed by the National Hand, nnd mar
shaled by Jim Clark, who. was bedecked
in a flowing Hayes and .Wheeler uniform
and mounted upon a prancing mouse
colored gelding, the steed and the uni
form pesenting a striking contrast with
Clark's ebony countenance. The pro
cession was a very orderly and quiet one,
and set an example that the white Rads.
may follow with credit to themselves
when they appear on parade.
The line drew up at the court house
at half at er eight o'clock, w hen all pro
ceeded to the court room, which, when
all had entered was crowded to its utmost
capacity, the negroes otitnirnbeiltig the
whites nt least tour to one.
Col. John Wood was cnMed upon to
preside over the meeting, nnd took his
seat, and ft;r expressing his thanks for
the honor bestowed upon h'm. Introduced
Mr. Cu'lom, the R,te"cal candidate for
Mr. Cu'lom took the stand amid the
dealcning shouts and screams Of the col
ored brothers nnd sisters for there were
a large number of the sisters out and
began by saying that he felt very little
like making a speech. He was suffering
with a severe cold, but that he would do
his best to do justice to the occasion. He
then went on with a history ot the Radi
cal and Dcmocra"c parlies, iri'.ng, of
course, the Radicals the most glorious
record, endorsing Grant's administra
tion throughout, and giv'ng the Demo
crats the devil generally, in a very tame
mauner, tatneucss being the principal
characteristic of all Mr. Cullom's speechs.
He then popped oil' on the "boys iu
blue," and the shirt that he waved was
fearfully bloody, or at least he intended
it to be. His talk tlcousrhout
Aas uot enthusiastic, because
in the first place, Mr. LV'oin is an utter
failure as an orator, aud in the
second place, he is a man w ho is not
blessed with great ability as a thinker, or
an org tier.
Mr. Cullom was fo'lowed by a gentle
man named Ihompson, a way-down-
eostcr, but who uow hai's from Chicago,
gentleman whose bril'iaucy as au
orator and a Radical Instructor aud lead
er will not ten the moon ?uto green
In the matter of the guardianship ol
John P. and Elizabeth Weldkeid, minor
heirs of John F. Weidkeid, Lucinda and
John Walker, guardians, report approved
and ordered filed.
In the matter ol the guardianship of
Henry and James Gleason, minor heirs of
James Gieason, Michael Lynch, guar
dian : Ordered that citation issue
against said guardians to ti'e sale bill and
report on application of James Sul'iyan
Said Guardian appeared, made report and
tiled sale bill, which matter was deferred
to thenext tern for approval and inspec
tion of friends and relatives of wards,
In the matter of the guardianship of
Pearl Barber, minor child of Littleberry
W. Barber ; Sarah A. Barber, guardian ;
application for filing a new bond. Ap
plication granted, bond tped and n)v
In the matter of the guardianship of
James and Henry Gieason, minor heirs
ol James Gieason, deceased ; Michael
Lynch, guardian ; appl'cution lorresigna.
tion of said guardian continued to next
In the matter of the guardianship ot
Isaac II. Lee. miner c"d of Elisha Roe
Lee, deceased ; James II. Piuegar, guar
dian. Guardian's report died and up
Htoleu Unoda Stemmed.
Before tlio negro Charley Stewart left
with Shcr'tt Ir.n for the penitentiary at
Joliet, he gave to Sheriff) -v''i a diagram
of the sidewalk on Foi-'th street, show
ing the exact spot where he had hid the
two watches and two revolvers stolen by
him Irom Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, and for
the theft of which he was sent to the
nenl'intlHry. Sheriff Irwin placed the
diagram iu the hands of Deputy John
Sheehan, who found the stolen goods
in the exact place as shown by the d!u
cram, and rete-nded them to their
The ca.se of the People vs. 11) ion Scott
was called, but the defc udciit being un
able to go to trie' the ca.se was continued
untU next Tuesday. On motion his
bail was reduced to tour hundred dollars.
The cose ot Isaac N. Smith vs. John
M. Martin was continued, the tlefei:duut
being ui.able to attend on uccouut of
The jury was discharged, as they were
not needed any longer.
lard of Tbanka.
Mit. Jou.n Ukkuly : I desire to thank
the etliclent firemen and citizens of Cairo
through the columns of your valuable pa
per for the prompt manner in which they
extinguished tho fire ut tho Arlingtou
house. Were It not for their ready action
the result would have been moici,,a
trous. Votirs, Keiectfully,
Tuos. II. Elms.
The best violin, guitar and bass strings
in the city and musical instrument, of a
kinds can be obtained of E. L W, Iluder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make piauos ana organs
t speciality. 0-10-lf
New Holland herring at the New York
Store for $1 65 per keg. 9-2il-:it
lteat flaking Mote thejr rvrr nnn.
Housekeepers who have used the 'bar
ter Oak for years say It Is the 1est baking
stove they ever saw, bakes quickly and
evenly with little fuel, clean ns a pin.
Hat I Itatat
Within the next ten days John Antrim
will receive a full stock of fall styles of
hats of every variety ot color and quality.
He buys lor cah and sells nt "rock bot
tom" prices. 21-9-lt
John Antrim has gone east, so look
out for nu immense stock of new nnd
fashionable ready-made clothing in a
short time, lie buys close and will give
you bargains. 2l-!Mt
Fresh crackers lu eight and litteen
pound boxes lor fum'ly use, at the New
York Store. !i-23-:it
J. t.e.irife Ntelnhoii4.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
lashlonahlc hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else iu the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Parties wlsh'ng to buy can goods of
I'll kinds are Invited to ob'n prices of
same at the New York Store. 9-j:l-3t
The largest stock of cloths and cassl-
meres iu the city may be found at John
Antrim's at all times. He is now adding
to his stock all the lute styles. His cut
ter Is the best in the west. Fits are guar
anteed and prices always satisfactory.- 4t
ullage for Kent.
A nice cottage on Twelfth street be
tween Commercial p'id Wushltmiou uvc-
nuc. Six rooms, good cistern and house
in good repair. Apply to
3t B. F. Bi.akk.
t'linrli alaii fair.
The olllcers ot the Mississippi coi'nty
Agricultural Society, in addition to" other
attractions, have secured D. T. Liuegar,
of Cairo, for a speech at Charleston on
Thursday next, September 18th. Every
arrangement has been made for the ac
commodation of Cairo people. 9-23-5t
Notice to Teachera.
There will be a public examination of
teachers held at the high school building
In tiiis city, on Friday an J Saturday,
September 20th aud 30th.
Mhs, P. A. Tavi.oii,
Superintendent of Public Schools.
Cairo, Sept. l!Uh, IsTC. 3t
No Longer m Candidate,
The following card was received by us
Caiuo, Ills., Sept. IS, I87C.
Editou Caiuo Bi'm.ktiv : Please
withdraw my name as a candidate for
sheritl of Alexander county at the No
vember election. ours, Uespecttully,
Gt R. A. Kdmundsox.
Good board can be procured ut the
Railroad house, corner Eighteenth street
aud Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing rates :
Day board $3 00 per week.
Board and lodging 4 00 " '
Despite what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always find on the
table 'something to eat."' "J1-2W
Mr. Gustave Wetzel having returned
to Cairo, has llttcd up his old rooms cor
ner of Eighth street nnd Commercial
avenue, as a tirst-claKS photograph gal
lery, where he will be happy to see his
old friends uud patrons, ns well as scores
of 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 uo charge." S-31-lm.
Kentoved to New Store,
Mrs. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
bos removed from her old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's Block, corner
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and Increased
facilities. She is now receiving new
goods from the d liferent trade centers,
keeping a much laryer and more varied
stock ou hand thuu formerly. Iluying
goods In larger quantities, she can sell
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction in every Instance, both as to her
work und the quality of gooiW.
.Vol ice ltoieued,
Mrs. S. Williamson has removed to lO.i
Commercial avenue, next Joor to the
atheneum. It Is needless for us to say
that Mrs. Williamson's reputation us a
inilliner has long been known in this city
aud surrounding country, uud she invites
all of her old and new patrons to cull uud
examine Iter lartrc stock of tho latest
styles of huts, (lowers and trimmings.
Also ornaments of the latest patterns,
which she is receiving almost daily by
express from the lending cities. Thank!
ful for past favors, she solicits a continu
ance o the same. She also bleaches aud
shapes hats iu the latest styles-
At 10 o'clock, u. iu., Saturday, Sept.
1, 1870, corner Fourth and Walnut
streets, Cairo, Ills.
Consisting ol tress hoops (all aizes),
joiuters, "How ling machine," blocks aud
horses, anvils, grind stones, crcssits,
heaters, large wiudluss, Uauges and flues,
frninea, blocks, water tank, lamp and re
tlu.'lor, 11 cireu'ar saw s Iron) 8 Inches to
3U iucbes, keg head turner, 1 Iron hoop
cut and punch, 1 bro jui bundle machine,
case cooper's tools of all descriptions, to
gether with some stock, eoojier shop,
tore bouse, out buildings aud It use of
Sale positive Terms cash.
Wis t tit A SrtwAttr,
ttoMB) I Hnm f I
Just In and lor sale low ; and will sell
to families soap of All the best makes at
St. Louis prices by the box, at tho New
York Store. 9-2.1-31
Wc are now receiving direct from Bos
ton and New York city a full line ot dry
goods, boots and shoes, which we offer
at prices lower than ever were, at the
New York Store. 2:l 3t
Ily trhic of an execution to ni directed
by Hi" Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, iu the StHte or Illinois, In
favor of llvrnard McUanu and aielnut
.liUnes A. Kry, I hava levied uiion the lol
lowing ilrscrlheif propeity, in first Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, In the County ol
Alexsiider and State of Illinois, to-wit:
All of the ri if lit. title nnd Interest or said
.lames A. Kry in anil to lot nu mix red thir
teen (i:ii In block numbered forty-seven (17)
wliicti 1 Mjail oner at iuMIc sale at the
South-west door ol the Court House in tie
City ot Cairo, iu the Couuty or Alesamler
anil State ol Illinois, on the Ifith day ol Sep
tember, A. P., IHTti, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., (or cash, la aatinfy suld ex
ecution. Ai.kx. H. ln i,
Sheriff of Alexander County, llliuois.
Cairo, Ills., August V'i. 1879. dtd
To Drill Ilnllder.
I'ropoHals will l received until Monday, 2nd
OcloU-r, at 10 o'clock, a Hi., for the building ol'
one bridge acroae Lawrence creek, two mliea
north of J helien, one hundred and eitcht feet
Ioiik one liridife across Handy creek, on the
Culro and Jouetbnro road, ainety-two feet Ioiik;
am) one liridtfe a'.roaatoier'CTek,fln the Cairo
and .lonenlMiro vonit, atxiv fret Ion, therminty
reservinn the viyht to njti-t any or all Inda.
Hid will lie rona.dered fur any or all brides,
irnnralHy or together
r'or plans nnd sjieoltlcatlons apply to
iUos. WILSON, count v Com'r.,
at Halliday llroa.' uftice.
Cairo, Sept. II, V7. .
" Mrs. C. McLean,
wrx tsj TJartsi block
. A I. A III, E
Mock of Millinery and Kanrr
A nntt-clam Millinery Store in
HAVE YOTT tried
S X X ID .A. X Xa ' S
For u so in Summer and Winter.
Makes vlolhes clean, sweet and wry white
WITHOUT llOlLl.NUor ftt'AI.MNU.
No Rough Hands t
No Yellow Clothes !
No Wash Boiler!
. No Steam in the Ilouse !
t.iiar.iiitcsl under -') penalty not to In
jure clothes, and superior fur Toilet aud Shav
intr. Sold at stores, or a family package will be
m nt, express charges prejinid, on receipt of one
dollar aud lllly cents. One reliuhle dealer
wanted at every prominent point as aifcut, with
w hum a liberal arranireruent will be nude.
F. H. BIDDALL,
ainrii-cUw-'m I'W Market St., Phila.
BhaB Event at the
to aall the,
AND TH8 CAMPATON CiV 1 R7IW
Just the book for Uie times. Gives a full history
of the National Capital and Government. Miowa
how the government haa been inanaKed aim its
organization. Kxplains how Juba are put
through I'.onirress. Gives a I
Whisky frauds and HetLimp Scandal.
I lull History of the
il. It irivey
the lives of Uaves, Wheeler, Tildeu and lien
dril ls. Grand chance for A irents. Address.
S-I7-WW .1. II t-ll AMUK.ICS. St. Tmis.Mo
Enuli-h Brussels. Three Tly and Ingrain,
also, Stair Carpftn,Yelvet Ru, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very ebesp
at the Old l'luce
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK,
Carpets carefully packed aud sent to ni
part of the Cnited Mates tree of charge.
rrSENDI FOR PRICE LIST.-"
7-4-1 y. J. A. BEND ALL.
Ily order of the County Commissioners of Al
exander county, there will be offered for sale, a
public auation, at Thebes, on the :th day of
Sept , i;u. at 11 o'clock, a.m., tha old Co.irt
Home, ineludinif the grounds on which it la situ
a ted, designated aud knojyu as the Fubllo
Square, 'lerut of the sale : Cash or couuty
Indebtedness. U. W. 8AMMONS, Co. Cem'r.
Cairo, Sept. It, IsTii.
Ktty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
In the District Court of the Coiled Stutes, for the
Southern 1'ixtilct of Illiuois, Iu bankruptcy,
In i lie inattrr of Michael lleilbron A flernard
Notice ia hereby riven that a petition haa been
11 led in said court bv said Michael lleilbron and
ller-ard Weil of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander, in said district, duly declared: bankrupts
under the act of couavea t March ind, 17,
for a discharge ami i-ertitlcala i he reef, front all
their debts uud other claims provable under said
act, and that the tu day of October, ls7s, at
eleven o'clock a. in , t assigned far the hearing
of the mil ne by tlie said court, at the I'nilrd
Mules Court room 'a the city Ol' Ppringueld,
when aud where all creditors of said bankrupts
and all other persona ia interest, may attend and
shsw cause, '( any they have, a hy the prayer of
suid iH'tilious should not be graut.d
GEO. V. lloWtN, Clerk.
I.inegur & 1-uns.lun, atiorueja for petitioner.
liated Springlicld. Ill , Sept. Is, A. I. 1ST.
t euteiiuial KaruralouUla.
Will, of course, wish to see all lb sights
comfortably aud cheaply. To Uiis cud the
CANADA SOl T1IKUN U V COMPANY
has, through its connections iu tna Ws
and Northweat, placed on sain a larva
number of J'ot Kisrs' Ke i i;mo. Ticksts
at greatly reduced rates, by which pasaeu
t'crs can not only visit the Ceuieuuial Kx
hihitioii ut riiiludelphia, but van, in addit
ion, tiit the principal cat tern cities, witbau
opportunity of atoppiug at any ot the graat
u u ui be r of l.imous i sort in Nw York
and lVtinsylvunia. The CANADA fcOC I'll
hltN is tho only line irom the west ruuuiut;
directly to Niagara Kails, giviuaT paasvu
ter, iroui the train, a vvonderlul panoramic
tiew ol the MR) 111' V CATAttACT,
llOlisK-slloK FALL, the GUKAT
UAI'IUS, and landing them directly at tba
Kails. The track ol the CANADA sod 111
Kli.N ia un air line, laid with steel rail ut
lbe heaviest pattern ; there ara no curves
orgtadca; wojd i u.-od for tin I; Coaches
are furnished with the Wiucliell fatca
VtuUlator. enruri: g pi elect frjedom Iroiu
dust. With it complete y stent ofuiagull
cent I'AULOU tii-KKl'lNU AND D1UW.
ISO uooM OA Its from CHICAtiO
DUrUolT AND ToLKDO, and tt adunr
abio connections at MAUAUA FALI.H
AND Hl'KKALO with tba NkW YOUK
t tN I UAL AND LUU UA1LWAY, the
Canada Southern U fast beootuiatf tba
KAYOltlTK LIN It TO THE KAKT.llckwU
via Ibis popular line eaa lie. procured at al
otlicc of sounectlng line, or at the. easa
Any infomstienotu be obtained by ad
dressing KltANK & SNOW.
Urn'l Pas, aad Ti-ket A I DaTBOlT,