J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
-Alexander cfinnry lands, Cairn lots,
gehange Tor St. I.ouls proerty.
A fine tfsldenee on corner llalhrook
avenue ami Twenty-third street, at a
The south hall of the "Pilot" housn at
Good two story hrlek suitable for
tores ant ofllee on Commercial avenue,
Letwi-en F.levenlh and Twelfth.
-Urlrk dwelling corner Nineteenth
aud Poplar st reet.
Saloon and fixtures, south wes t coru
r Klghlccntli street aiul Cooimerelal
tvenue, at ii hargHln.
Cottage on Twelfth street,' west ot
'nuuneri-lid avenue, $10.
levelling house on Cross street, wra
hi Washington avenue.
Two fiiihlrn' hnucs on l.cvee street,
nlvc Fltflith, $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel. $10.
Two story house on Coinmerehtl av
i iiiii'. Two tenements suitable lor shops
ami rcsidi-im .
Store-room corner Twentieth anil
Poplar streets, $12 Ml.
Store room adjoining above, f s.
I'p stairs of hoiiHeon Commercial av
nue, near tilth street. Suitable for
I welling, $.
Tenement numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter' Kow, o rooms eaeh for 910
t-r niontii. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and prciul
VI!. Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts of the city.
FOK LEASE OR SALE.
-Ijinds, In tract to milt, near Cairo.
Iatbar mm riadlaara rr ;Mta. t liep.
r Ihaai ever Befor Mltt in 'lri.
I will from UiU date sell leather and
tindings cheaper than ever before oll'enil
Ket Cincinnati oak oli...- 40ct.!ti
Howard's best slaughter
leather 31 to 32
All other leather and Undings in pro
porUon. No. 10 Commercial avenue, be
tween Filth aud Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois. Boots and shoes made up in the
latest styles, and ol the best material and
good workmanship. Boots and ahoes at
reduced pneea. And only the the best
St. Louis custom-made and my own
rnakc of boots and sltocs will be sold.
-lS-tf C. KacH.
Urn f Im ((Ism f lr
by the Atchison, Topek and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Piwblo, Colora
do Springs, Pel Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points In Colorado, New
.Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to IXnver, only $-V), allowing
stop-oft" privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manltou and Pike's I'eak. Iajw emi
grant rates to the ban Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri liivtr and Kooky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For mans, time tables and the "San
J inn Guide," address,
T. J. Asi:raox,
(Jtn. Pau. Agt.,
7-ltf Tortaa, Kix.
We w ill deliver our best lump coal on
'. and V. It. K. track la Cairo at $:Q per
car load of t
This coal Iias no Ki'i'KRiOH for grates
nnd household uses generally.
Address nil orders tor coal to
Jamf.s A. Viali. & Co.,
Single cord $3 50
Five cord lots - 3 2
COAL I'ARAUISK AND IIIU MUKKV :
Single ton $3 50
Three 3 25
Five , " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. YYukklkr A Co.
The epicures ot (alro will lc pleased to
Icaru that Sprout has commenced kee
ing those superior Southern Oysters
which gave such universal satisfaction
last season, lie could have had oysters
before, but prelerred waiting for a good
article rather than lose his well-established
reputation. The iirst shipment
will arrive on Friday morning, Sept,22d.
Bring on your pails and pi tellers aud get
something good. John Swioat.
Corner 12th street and Ohio levvec.
M. J. McGauley is proprietor and sole
manufucturer of Wood a Pills, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, aud alt
kluds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases. He employs no
agenU, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his, drug store, No. 308
Commercial aveuue, Cairo, 111. Price,
CO cents per doen. Sent by wail pos
tage paid. 8-10-dlni
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. Tito bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-2Vtf JOS. Ro.NKKKR.Pr6p
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful.
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its falling
out or turning gray. It bas stood the
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed
and baa no rival.
Hagan's Magnolia Balm preserves
and restores the complexiou ; removes
freckles, tan and laUowoess ; makes the
skin soil, wait ana aeiieate. its appil
cation cstinot be detected, 3-10-dAw.
ANNOt lM KMf.STS.
We are euUioriied to announce .lollM II.
ItolllNSON asacandidaefor Mien of Alex
ander county, at the coining omul r election.
We arc authorised to announce PRTRK 8 A UP,
for an Independent candidate for riheriffof Al
eiander county, at the ensuing county flection.
I'.hiTon Hixt.lTiR! I'lraie announce Uiat I
mil a candidate fur the oflire of Mates Attorney
lor Alexander county at the November elec
Hull. Wm. ;. Ml I.Klv.
We in authorized to announce t.KO. W.
IIKMlUK KM, .lit , a a can tidate at the No
vmnlwr rlniion, lor Stairs Attorney for Ale -auihrr
CIKU II Cl.KItK .
We rr authorized to announce V I I.I.I AM
W. M'l'HKK I .KM as a candidate for Circuit
lerk of Alexander county at the coming county
We are authorized to announce JOHN i),
II AUMAN aft a candidate for the office of Cir
cuit clerk nl Alexander ootinty at the entitling
We are authorize I tit announce JOHN A.
KKhVK an a candidate for tlx ollire ot Circuit
Clerk at the Noveinlier election.
We are authorized to announce W. V. PITCHKIl
at a ranltUl for Die office of Circuit (.'Ink ni
Air loader county at tli Noveinlier election.
ASCALON LOIOE, NO. 61.
Kniirlit of Pytliiaa, mrt every Fri
ilay iUKit at liall-tta.it avven, in Oilil-
rriiowa' Hall. IIHWB,
ACKXANDKB I.OIk;K, NO. M.
Indr"t-Jit Orl of Ol'l-r-l-low,
niwu every Tbumlay nlfrht
at lialf-ipMt wven. iii ttieir hall on
iilinw.ial avenue, oetween bixth and Seventh
:rwti . a. kiltukk, u
1.IRO KNCAMKMKNT, I. O. O. F., tneeU
Vin iM-iY11wm ilall on the II rat and third
i iKxlay in every nionUi, at half-paat aeven
A. UnimHi C P
A CAIRO M)lOK. NO. 237, A. r. A A. M.
J. iloM regular coruniunntion la Ma
jyTauin Mall, ofirner Coiaiberelad avenue
' xn. Kiitliib trcrt, on the aecoml and
'i.iirth Alomlav of each month.
KATE OF ADVEaVUMISU.
tJ-All bills for adTertiaina, are due and pay
able 1 ADVAItCa
Transient ailvertiaina; wilt be inaerteil at Ui
rat of II 0 per square for the Drat insertion
and S cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and dil
For Inserting Funeral notice 1 ) Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orlers V) cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at leas than
m cents, and no aavertiaemetit will be inserted
for less than three dollars per month
SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1876.
Ieral Weattier ! n.
Cairo, lu... Sept 23, tt)7.
Bab. j Tub
-t frit I Hu
Sergeant, Signal Hevvlca. l S. A.
A complete line of line shoes for ladies
wear just received by O. Haythorn &. Co.
Autritn is in New York buying his fall
stock of rrady made Nothing. 0-21-lt
For sale, a new top buggy and a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Invi.v.
Antrim Is in the east buying fall and
winter style hats aud t aps, don't lorget
Capr. W. L. Hambleton an.l Mr.O. F.
Meyer of Mound City were in the city
Antrim has the largest stock and the
latest styles of ties, collars, furnishing
goods, etc., remember that. lt-21-4t
Remember the grand ball by the Tur
ners .at Turner hall. Monday evening,
September 25th, 187C. 9-12U
First grand ball of the season by the
Cairo Turner Society, at the Turner hall,
September 25th, 187C. 9-12 tt
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit farm near
Villa Ridge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to D. Artkr,
0-13-tf Cairo, III.
The opening ball ot the season will be
given at Turner hall, Monday evening
September zotn, i&7b. A goou tunc is
anticipated and all arc Invited. 9-1 2tf
Young 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, 187C. 0-1 2tt
Tho business room, 61 Ohio tevee
lately occupied by I. Farnbaker, is va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar aud an
oilice up stairs, In same buildiu?. For
particulars apply to Robert Smyth, 00
Ohio levee. If
T. 11. Black, of the City Shoe Store,
has added a wholesale department In the
house, wherein the usual goods of the
trade w ill be kept, to which he specially
invites the traders of the city and vicin
ity. He will duplicate the prices of any
house in the West. Terms, strictly cash.
Mrs. S. Williatnsou has just returned
from St. Louis with a full line of millin
ery goods of all kinds, and she thinks
she cun supply any and all with any kind
or shape or style ot hat they desire. Call
and examine her stock before purchasing
Ladies and misses will find at present
the finest stock of stylish shoes of elegant
make in the cits at the City Shoe Store,
No. 143 Commercial avenue. Keeping
as they do, only the very beet make, pur
chasers cau rely on getting a satisfactory
article. Full guarantee given for custom
work. Prices range very low. 0-23-1 w
BHtajt I !!
Just in and lor sale low ; aud will sell
to families soap of all the best makes at
St. Louis prices by the box, at the New
York Store. tt-3w'3t
H0UQK I FA UK.
UrftBft Bean rUM BtaJIr-ftperh
ay rraaiiaenl nsnvrrsi.
The Deinoernlic demonstration at
Hodges' pin k yesterday wns a very de
cided suffers, nrtirly live hundred peo
ple were present from varlout parts ol
the district. Including delegations from
Jackson, Union nnd Alexander counties.
The Cairo delegation, which arrived on
the grounds at nhout half past twelve
was by far the largest hailing Iroin any
ono aectKin of country repre
sented. It embracing forty of the Sweep-,
t-n club, in full uniloi in. Jesse Mcll:illle
and Lieutenants Levy, Howe and Parker
as ollleers. Besides a large number of
ladies aud gentlemen.
The Cairo delegation was greeted w ith
loud cheers upon stepping from the cars,
(irand Marshal Phil. Howard, who had
arrived on the grounds by Ihc Iirst train,
formed the Sweepers into line nnd head
ed by the excellent old silver cornet hand.
and Charles Delay's inarlial baud, and
oHlce red by 'uptain Jessa Mcllaflie and
Lieutenants !evy, Howe and Parker, pa
raded to the park under the ndmiriog
ga.eorail present, and halting in front of
the speakers stand, were disbanded.
John (j. Harinan, of this city, stepped
to the front of the stand, and called for or
der. He then nominated for chairman of
the minting Squiro McCritc, who wn
tinaniinou-ly elected. and who stepped tor-
ward and took his seat. Capt. William
M. Williams, of this city, was elected sec
retary, and Win. M. McPhceters vice
ThcTilden and Hendricks' ( lee club,
who accompanied the sweepers, were
then called, and sang a Tildcn and Hen
dricks' campaign song decidedly appro
priate to the occasion. which was heartily
received with loud cheers.
After the glee club had retired, Hon.
William Hart 11 was loudly called for.
Mr. Hartvll was Introduced by Mr.
Harman, and he was greeted cordially.
He spoke for about forty-live minutes.
His speech, a very masterly political ef
fort, was very euthusiasticly received.
At the conclusion of Mr. Hartell's ad
dress, the meeting adjourned lor dinner.
After dinner Uio crowd v:is again
called together by the Sliver cornet band
playing some of Its choicest selections,
after which Mr. F. K. Albright, in re
sponse to numerous calls, apH-ared upon
Mr. Albright after discussing in a very
brief manner the oppression, corruption
and fraud brought upon the K.ople by
Grant and Republican rule, spoke at
some length of himself. He had been
nominated, he said, by the Democracy of
the Fiftieth senatorial district as a candi
date for representative. He had neither
accepted or declined the nomination.
He had, however, through the earnest
solicitation of his friends, in the three
counties, concluded to make the race,
and expected to be elected. He had not
done what he had hoped to do in the
Twenty-ninth general assembly, but
were he again elected he would do bet
ter, much better. He spoke at some
length of his career in the house of rep
resentatives, and said ho was not proud
of his record, but, that he had done con
siderable for his constituents.
Col. R. R. Towncs, of Jouesboro, was
next called. Mr. Tow lies took the stand,
and like Mr. 'Albright, after discussing
at some length the administration ot
Grant, said he wished to speak for a few
moments of himself. He had been nomi
nated by the convention ot the 3rd ot An
gust at Jonesboro, as a candidate for seii'
ator. On the lth inst., another pre
tended convention had been held, and au
other ticket had been nominated. He
claimed to be the true candidate of the
Democracy of the Fiftieth district ; he
would stand at the head of the ticket un
til after the election, and asked his friends
to stand by him. The ticket nominated
by the pretended convention he would re
gard as bolters, aud he would treat them
Mr. Linegar was loudly called upon.
He took the stand and said he would not
make a lengthy speech, as the train was
about due, and he wished to return by
It. He however spoke for about tan min
utes, and bis remarks were loudly ap'
Judge Green was next to speak. He
said that he would not attempt to discuss
the Republican administration. Mr. Lin
egar had said all that could be said. Mr.
Linegar had been In the ranks, had served
under Grant rule, and knows just what
It is. Alter a few remarks, Mr. Green
withdrew amid loud cheers.
Young George Hendricks, ol this city,
also delivered a very creditable, though
short address, after the conclusion ot
Upon Judge Green's retirement from
the stand, loud cries of "Cunningham ,'
"Cunningham," were heard, which, ot
course meant Justus R. the news that
this persevering and eloquent gentlemen
had arrived ou the grounds, having
spread through the crowd. No sooner,
iiowever, did J ustus attempt to mount
the stand, than equally loud cries of
"Mulkey," "Mulkey,",wcrc heard issuing
from the lips of fifty men. Mr. Mulkey
aud Justus mounted the steps almost to
gether, but Cunningham wa& not , to be
outwitted, and stepping quickly to the ta'
ble, upon which he deposited his hat
bowed a bow that lew politicians are able
to bow, wiped his noble forehead with
Ills handkerchief and opened his lips to
till the ears of his hearers wilh the elo
quence of bis silvery tongue, when the
cries tor "Mulkey," became so loud
aud boisterous that he couldn't be heard.
Justui stood this as long as any man
eould stand it, and then became excited,
lie threw his arms about wildly, stamped
his feet aud bellowed, but ull to no pur
pose. The only words our reporter could
catch uttered by hltn were, " It's no use,
boys, I'll make a speech before 1 go or
bust." At this juncture the train arrived
and we took our departure.
We are now receiving direct from Bos
ton aud New York city a full line ol dry
goods. Loots and shoes, which we offer
at prices lower than ever were, at the
New York Store. 9-23.3t
The. lr at lucenaea Maiiranrl.
There has never, allien the laying ot
the track of the Cairo and ince mies rail
road, lieen a time when the company has
done a more thriving or paying business
than at present. During the past few
months, very df Ided changes in the run
ning of the corporation have Wn made,
which have not only greatly reduced the
expenses of It, but also added very mate
rially to the convenience and quick trans
portation ot passengers, as well as the
speedy and safe removal of freight, both
from and to the fal. This fact Is further
demonstrated .by the amount ol frieght
daily brought to and taken away from
this city. The road runs two daily
freight trains, that are on ariival and de
parture from Cairo, constantly heavily
loaded, which Is attributed to
the fact that the Yinecnne road
lias the ability to and does hind
freight here from the east in consider
ably less time than it ran be brought by
any other route, and at rales equally as
low. Another fact which demonstrates
the powers of this road, is that until very
recently other roads have had almost the
entire eontrol ol freight shipped Irom the
south to Chicago. Cut the management
of tin; Cairo and Vincemies have finally,
through their endeavors to gain a share
ot this patronage, had their efforts
crowned with success by offering to
shipjie rs inducements whie Ii other roads
do not car.; to outdo, and the prospects
for a good trade between the south and
the great Metropolis of our state very
The Cairo and Yinccnnes road has also
the advantage of other toads in the
quick transportation of passengers to the
east, carrying travelers from this
city through to New York In thirty-seven
hours. 'This would require pnssengers
to sjhmiiI but one night ou the road,
which is a very decided Item in its favor
and has gained for it a paying share of the
passenger business. The Cairo and Yin.
cennt s road is the line from this city run
ning through by daylight to Kvansville,
Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Louisville.
Passengers to the centennial by this
route arc out but one niirlit. The road
Is fast gaining decided popularity with
the citizens of this place, many ol whom
pronounce its facilities for comfort and
sliced, superior to those offered by any
other railroad company. The Increase
In the passenger business of the road in
the past few mouths lias been very great.
and the Indications for the future are still
Among the Cairoites who are now
doing the centennial is Major Wolf of the
New York store.
Col. Ben. L. Wiley, the doomed Re
publican candidate for congress, was In
the city yesterday.
Mrs. W. P. Wright returned to her
home in this city on Friday afternoon,
after an absence of two months.
Mr. John Jones, ticket agent for the
Illiuols Central railroad, returned with
his family trom the cast yesterday morn
Major K. W. Halllday, president of the
Cairo city coal company, left this city on
Thursday for Philadelphia and the cen
tennial. Mr. Will Pitcher and wife, who were
in the city lor some days visiting
the parents of Mr. Pitcher, returned to
Columbus yesterday afternoon.
Miss Kate Hacker of Jonesboro, ar.
rived in this city yesterday to attend the
marriage of tier cousin, Mr. Nick W.
Hacker, which takes place at the F.pls.
copal church this morning.
The Rev. Mr. Gilliam and family have
returned to remain another year, the
Methodist church conference having
placed Mr. Gilham again in charge of the
Methodist church of Cairo.
We regret to hear tliat Samuel Wal
ters, who some three weeks ago took
his departure wilh his wile for the cen-
tennail, has been ill and confined to his
room much ot the time since he arrived
Jack Alden, editor ot the Anna Isiwi,
was in tho city on business during the
latter part ot the week. Jack appeared
disgusted on meeting one of his old Re
publican friends with a Sweeper uniform
on. Plenty such changes down this way,
After the moruing services In the
Church of the Redeemer this morning,
the Rev. Mr. Gilbert will bind in the
holy bonds Mr. Nick W, Hacker, and
Miss Mary Wardner. Mr. Hacker and
fair wife, that is to be, are among the
prominent young people in social circles
iu this city, and they have the best
wishes of their entire circle of friends and
Ta be TakeH Dawn.
Our reporter had a brief interview with
a high otliclal of the Illinois Central w ho
was in Cairo ou Monday, Tho matter
talked about in the Invcrview was the
decision of Judge Baker, ordering the
elevator and warehouse to be taken
down. He said the railroad company
would have to submit to the decision and
would try to do so cheerfully ; would be"
giu takiug down the warehouse and tic
vator within the next two weeks. He
said he did not .see why tho people ol
Cairo should encourage such a suit, as
the railroad company was unxlous to do
everything in their power to benefit
Cairo. He said the clevatoi had never
paid (he company a cent aud was a
heavy burden in the way ol ground rent
and taxes ; but they would be glad
to maintain it at Cairo If allowed
to do so. When we asked him if he w as
wrong iu sayiug the company Intended to
pull dowu the elevator and the ware
house, he said the couipauy'a lawyers
said they would have to come down as
there was no good defence to that part of
the decision in the supreme court, and by
taking them down now they eould sell
the machinery for au elevator at a point
Fresh crackers iu eight aud filteeu
pound boxes for family use, at the Mew
York Store. , 9-23-3t
There will be services at the Christian
church at 11 o'clock, a. in. All am I ii.
Ited to attend.
The usual services arc announced to
take place In the Kpicopal church, Four
teenth street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, this mnrnlmr and
evening, conducted by the Rev. Charles
. Gilbert. Sunday school at the usual
The Rev. Mr. Gilham will conduct the
usual services In the Metliodht church.
corner of Eighth and Walnut streets, this
morning and evening. Sunday school at
o clock. All are Invited to attend.
The funeral services in connection with
the death of the only son ol Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Bennett, will take place to-day
Sunday) at 2 p.m., at the family resl
lence on 'Tw entieth' street. Ict ween Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street. Ser
vices will bo conducted by Rev. Mr.
George. fciceial train will leave the foot
of Twentieth street at .1:13 p. m. for
Beech Grove Cemetery, when; the re
mains will be Interred. Ft lends of the
family are Invited. On account of the
funeral of Mr. Bennett's child there will
be no services at the Presbyterian church
,1.1. ... f .. r . . ...
uii evening, jiev. jur. ueorge win con
duct tho usual services this morning.
nemorratle Ulee 'lnl
Dick Slack, a Democratic convert, has
formed a glee club, w hich is to accompa
ny the sweepers on their grand parades.
On Friday night Dick and his club,
Messrs. Marsh, Wheeler and Solomon, in
front of the bank on Ohio levee, sang
some Tilden and Hendricks' songs and
were cheered to the echo. Dick is now
a solid Democrat and can sing anything.
The sale of cooper shop and cooper's
tools, till ten o'clock a. ni., Tuesday,
Sept. 20th 187C, when the sale will be
positive. Be present.
WixTtn A Stkwakt, ,
Owing to tho Immense gales of Dr.
Wood's celebrated ague pills, M. J. Mc
Gauley has gone to New York to uur
chase apparatus to tnunufacture the same
on a large scale, Hereafter orders from
abroad will be tilled without dvlav.
Our sweet little darling lies under the sod.
But livr bright little spirit gone home to her
Died, at Thebes, Alexander county, Illinois,
September llth, lFTii, little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. U. Kolwing. We sadly moru the loss
cf their little daughter, Mary Z.elia Kulalie Kol-
wing, aged 7 years, 1 month and 3 day. Yet it
seems bard that I should mora or wish back
again the little angel that has Sown to the land
of perfect bliss, when we know to well that she
is free from all pain and sorrow. Never more
will the beautiful eyes of their pet shed sorrow
ful, bitter tears. She if safe in the tender Slie-
herd's care. Their little Zelia was sick but a
short lime the was taken ill Tuesday night.
September l.th ; died, Friday night, 3 minutes
sl 12 o'clock. Her remains ware taken to the
family church yard, Texas ltend, fifteen miles
from Commerce, Missouri, September Kill,
there to remain until the last day, when God
hall come to judge the living and the dead.
We offer our beart-felt aympa'hiea to the be
reaved parents . May the God in Heaven help
them to bear up tinder the sorrowful bereave
ment Uiat has fallen upon them.
Our home is desolate,
Our hearts are sad ;
We feel so disconsolate
VVecaa not be glad.
Yet we know our tweet Uedre
la free from all pain,
And in Heaven we'll meet
Our sweet darling again.
Uright little angel,
Kree from all care ;
Ota, would we were with you,
Oh, would we were there! W, E. W,
The American House Hotel coaches
meet every train coming in Boston. For
the moderate sum of flity 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 in the heart ot the city, and In the
neighborhood of all these places. Not
withstanding the Increase in travel, the
American bas recently made a reduction
in rates, which in these stringent times
will make it more popular than ever.
We are receiving direct from the
packers of Baltimore, five hundred aud
forty cases of newly packed can goods,
consisting 'of pine apples, strawberries,
blackberries, whortleberries, peaches,
tomatoes, oysters, jellies, pears etc.,
bought before the late advance. We are
also receiving from Boston about two
hundred packages of new mackerel ; also
new pickles In barrels and llrkins ; nlso
timothy and red-top and other Held
seeds. Choice ucwchecsc are tor sale a1
bottom prices by Stratton & Bird. Jt
FotNi smooth fchave, a neacaHd fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing ehatnpoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The last of perfumeries aud
hair tonics always kept ou bund. The
batli room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and Is
always kept iu the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
A beautiful line of hand-made boots aud
alexes for gentlemen, at prices as low as
for machine sewed paid elsewhere, at tho
City Shoe Store. Geutlemeu should not
fall to sue them before they have a pair
made, A perfect tit and quality guaran
The last yatch race ot the (Queen's
Clup showed conclusively that the Amer
icans are the aquatic rulers of tho world.
Where would their marine glory be but
lor the free use of B. T. Babbitt's Best
Mr. Gustavo Wetzel having returned
to Cairo, bas fitted up bis old rooms cor
ner of FJghth street aud Commercial
aveuue, as a first-class photograph gal
lery, where lie will be happy to see his
old frlcuda aud patrons, as well as soorca
of uew ones. AU orders in the picture
line will be executed In first-class style,
and at prices to suit tbe times. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to bit old piiuclple,
satisfaction or no charge." 8-3Mui.
New Holland herring nt tit New Vork
Store for fl 05 per keg. j;:tt
Heat RaklNCRIave they ever Siw.
Housekeepers who have used the Char
ter Oak for years say it Is the best baking
stove they evt-r saw, bakes quickly and
eyenly with little fuel, clean as a pin.
Parties wishing to buy can goods of
ill kinds are invited to obtain prices ol
same at the New York Store. !-2:Wt
llaia t llnta t
Within the next ten days John Antrim
will receive a full stock of fall styles or
hats of every variety of color and quality,
lie buys lor cash and sells at "rock bot
tom" prices. 21-fMt
New mackerel and cod Ush just In and
for sale low nl New York Store. 0-2:Wt
Look Will f
Jolin Antrim has gone east, so look
out lor an immense stock of new and
fashionable ready-made clothing in a
short time. H; buys close nnd will give
you bargains. 2l--4t
J. e4raja ftlelnhno.
on Kighlu 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 childrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
'The best violin, iruitar and bass strings
in the city and musical Instruments of a
kinds can tic obtained of K. & W. Buder.
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make niitnos and organs
The largest stock of cloths and cassl-
meres in the city may be found at John
Antrim's at all times. Ho is now adding
to his stock all the late styles. His cut
ter is the best in the west. Fits are guar
anteed and prices always satisfactory. It
fottnare for Rent.
A nice cottage on Twelfth street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nue. Six rooms, good cistern and house
In good repair. Apply to
3t 11. F. Blakk.
The olllcers of the Mississippi county
Agricultural Society, in addition to other
attractions, have secured I). T. Linegar.
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-it
Notlee to Tenehera.
There will be a public examination of
teachers held at the high school builJlug
In this city, on Friday anj Saturday,
September 20th aud 30th.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor,
Superintendent of Public Schools.
Cairo, Sept. Iith, 187G. at
o Longer a Candidate,
'The following card was received by us
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 18, IS7C.
Editor Cairo Billktix : -Flense
withdraw my name as a candidate for
sberltl of Alexander county at the No
vember election. Yours, Respectfully,
tit It. A. EliMl'.VDSO.V.
Hoard I u a.
Good board can be procured at the
Hailroad house, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing rates :
Day board $:l 00 per week.
Board and lodging 4 00 " "
Despite what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always find on the
table "something to eat." 0-2 1-2 w
Hale of Furolmre.
Winter & Stewart, on Thursday next.
Sept. 2Sth, will sell at the residence of
Mr. Holmes, on Seventh street between
Washington aveuue and Walnut street,
the entire stock ot household furniture,
consisting of cooking and heating stoves,
bedsteads, tables and lounges, glass and
queensware, etc., consisting of a full and
complete outfit of elegant wares.
Removed lo New Htore.
Mrs. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has 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 larer and more varied
stock ou hand than formerly. Buying
goods in larger quantities, she can sell
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction In every instance, both as to tier
work und tho quality of goods.
Mrs. S. Williamson lias removed to 105
Commercial avenue, next door lo the
uthcncuiu. It is needless for us to say
that Mrs. Williamson's reputation us a
milliner has long been know n iu this city
and surrounding country, aud she invites
all ol her old aud new patrons to call uud
examine her lurtre ktock of the latest
styles of hats, llowirs aud trimmings.
Also oruuiiicuU of the latest patterns,
which tdie is receiving almost daily by
express from the leading cities. Thank
ful for past favors, die solicits a continu
auce ot the same. She also bleaches and
shapes hats in the latest styles-
Mothers uinsccuie health for their chil
dren and rest for themselves by the im' of Cas
tora, a perfect substitute lor Castor Oil. It it
abselutcly lianuless. and is as pleasant u taka
as honey, for W'lud-Collio sour ttoiumh,
worms or constipation, lor youug or old, there
is nothins iu existence like it. it Is certaia.il
is Sed)- il is cheap.
Caked Breasts, IthuiuatisiUt stia-
cia, twelbngs, s prams, si iff Joints, burns
scalds, poisonous biUs. and all flesh, bone aud
BtuacU ailments, caa be absolutely cured by the
Centaur liniment. What the White Lialatsol
is for toe BuiMUt flusiUy. the YaUww Llaimaal
is Cot tps vised. gaUoa aa bbum aorae aad aal-
Hv virtue nf n toiiII.. .u -..-.,
y . " "-"- .V lllfT lil itu
by the Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in tbn istatn of Illinois, in
Invor of Bernard McManus and against
James A. Fry, 1 have levied upon the fol
lowing described property, in f irst Addit
ion to tho City of Cairn, in tho County ol
Alexander and .State of Illinois, to-wit t
mi ui me ngiii. tine ami in ureal or said
Jaiiiea A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (i;t In block numbered forty-seven (47)
which I tib ail offer at public sale at tho
Mouth-west door of tho Court House In the
City ol Cairo, in the County of Aleiander
and State ol Illinois, on tho lth day of Hep.
teinher, A. U., 1K7U, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M for cash, to satisfy tald ex
ecution. A I. EX. H. IRVIW,
Nhuriff of Alexander County, Illiuols.
airo, Ills., August SHI. 1878. rJtd
To Brldare Rnllder.
Proposal will I received until MnmUr. 2nd
Oetohi-r, at Hi o'rlwk, a in., for the building of
one hri.lge serosa Lawrence i reek, Iwo mllea
north of IheW-a, one hundred and eight feat
long (one bridge across Handy creek, on the
Cairo and Junenbovo mud, ninety-two feet lung)
ami one bridge across i:oi iiier's creek.on the Cairo
nnd .loneslioro rnd. flity fcetlnng, tliecounty
reserv ing the right tn reject sny or all bids.
Iliil.' will be cons ilereil for any or all brides,
eimralHy or together
Kor pluna and siiecitlrutions spply to
Tllos. VviLMoV, County Coin'r.,
... st llalliday Itros.' olllra.
( airo, Sept. It, iKT'i.
Mrs. C. McLean,
wi rv Txzxx'm BZiOoa
ALAUi.K stock of Millinery and Fancy
IiimmIs. A llrst-olass Millinery More in
every reHct. 9- i-am
HAVE YOTJ TRIED
For u so in Summer and Winter.
Makes clothes clean, tweet and very white
WITHOIT IIOILI.VUor NCAI.DIXU.
No Rough Hands !
No Yellow Clothes 1
No Wash Boiler!
No Bteam in the House t
Ctiursutrcd under t') penally not to In
jure clothes, und siiicrior fur Toilet and Shav
Sold at stores, or a tUmily package will be
sent, express charges prepaid, on receipt of one
dollar aud fifty cents. One reliable dealer
wanted at every prominent point as agent, with
hum a liberal arrangemeut will I tuarie.
F. H. SLDDALL,
I'M! Market SI. . I'hila.
Apt: wasted to "Lar N,w
Event" at the Katlonal Capital
AND THB CAMPAIGN OF 1870?
Just the Ixiok for the times. Gives a full history
of the National Capital and Government, fehowe
how the government has been managed tince its
organization. Explains how jobs are put
through congress. I.Ives a lull history of Uie
nisty rrauils ana lielknap ncamlal. It gives
the lives of Haves. Wheeler. Tilden and lien
dricks. Grand chance for Agents. Address,
s-l 7-ww .1. H CM AMtlKlts, ft. Louis, Mo.
EnulUh Brussels. Three 11 y and Ingrain,
also, SUir Carpet, Velvet Hugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Clotbs, etc., very cheap
at tbe Old Tluce
112 FTJLTOH ST., NEW YORK.
C'urpets carefully packed and sent to any
part of the United State Ireo of charge.
rrsND:roR price list.-
--iy. J. a. bendall.
IJy order of the County Commissioner of Al
exauder county, there will beooVred Ibr sale, a
public auution, at Thebes, on the &'ilt day nf
Sept , l7rt. at 11 o'clock, a.m., the old t o.irt
Home, iucludiug the grouuds on wUirh it is situ
ated, designated and knowu as the Pulilio
s,iire. Terms of the sale : Cash or coiinty
ilidebtrdnes. U. W. S.MMON, Co. Coin'r.
Cairo, .i;pt. 14, lsTil,
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
In the riistrict Court of the Cnjted States, for the
Southern tlistilct of Illinois, In bankruptcy.
No. v "
In the matter of Michael Heilbron 1 Bernard
Notice is hereby given that a petition ha been
riled in said court by said Michael Heilbron aad
Iterard Weil of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander, in said district, duly declared bankrupts
under Iba act of eougress ol March U&, lu7,
for a 'Uncharge and certillcate thereef. from all
their debt and other claims provable under said
act, sud that lh i!7th day or October, IhTH, st
eleven a'ulock a. m , ta assigned far the hearing
of the same by the said court, al the L'nited
pitiiles Court room in the city of Ppringdeld,
when and where all creditors of said bankrupts
and all other person in interest, niay attend and
shew ratine, 'f any Uiey have, why the prayer of
said iictitions should not fee grant -4
GEO. IV BOWLS, Clerk.
I.inegnr ft Latisdan, atlornevt for petitioner,
toiled .priugtlcld. 111. , Sept. IS, X. l. is7.
Will, of course, wish to see all Uie sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end tbe
CANADA SOLTUEBN IV X COMPANY
has through its connections in tu Wi
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
uuuilicr of Tot'itisrs Exctksion Tickets
at greatly redu :cd rates, by which passen
gers can not oaly visit the Centennial Ex
hihliiou at Tbiladelplita, but can, in addit
ion, Ut the principal eastern cities, w 1th an
opportunity nl stopping at any ol the great
number of lutuoua retort iu New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOL' I'll
HHN is the only line trout the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giviajf passe u
ycrs, Irom the train, a wonderlul panoramic
view ol tho .MIliliTV CAT Alt ACT,
llOiSlCMli'K FALL, tho OUKAT
It A I'll is, and landing them directly at tbe
rullv Tho track ol the CANADA SOUTH
KUN ii an sir line, laid watt cteel rail ot
i liu heaviest puttcro; there are no curves
or KUdcs; wood is used lor lucl; Coaches
are lurnishcd vw'li the Winched Paten
Yciililiior, eorurie pitlect Irjedoui trout
dust. Web its complete svsietu of tuaguil
teotl'AKLOlt SLKKl'lNU AND DUaW
INti UOO.M C.UtS from CHICAGO
DKTKolT AND TOLEDO, and it admir
able connection at NIAGARA FALLS
ASH HITFAI.O with the NEW YOUK
CENTUAL AND ElUK RAILWAYS, tbe
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FA VOKITE LINK TO THE EAST. Ticket
via this ixipular liuc can be procured at al
otlice of connect In;; liut a, or at the root
Any tnloi uiat ion ou be obtained by sd-
dressiu' FltAN'K K. SNOW.
Ueu'l I'ass. ad Ticket A't. Da raoiT.
Highland Park. 111.
A t'ollegiaie anal f re para lory goafi-
olios for &aUo.
rail aesaioa begin Sept can bsr mh. 17
Court of study Utoreugh audexkraaWd. Kara
ftcililie for Music, I'rawuij' Sd riuaUag
anavrs, Monti and llealla of lb aVrt is '
laace. Collage buiidiag eoaantudion. aa4
well fiiraUaT. Ne raaaa tur rtrii above two
Sk hi of stairs- Lueatioa attiaatlve- Thus
woo aare euutidehwl their oraiaary anaeiai 4a
swUaoetsewtaMoatay U teessved lo pursue ear
kirks eounwa with aial advantage. JCt
WAKO P. toVSlO. fa.1.'.
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