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J. Q. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county latHl, Cairo lot,
Adiaiife fur St. LouU projiert.
A llnerrftlilriirtonrorhrr Ilaltirook
eutie n.l Twrntr-tliinl street,, at
'I lie ruulli IihII of tit I'llot" linme at
Several Uns room In Whiter' Mnrk.
liood two afory lri k suitable fur
ore an4 office on Coruine rt-ll avenue,
-lMn Kltunth and Twelfth.
nrU k tiwttiihig rrrner Mw-te-nth
Hint Poplar street.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest irn-
r Kightmitti street and 'iuiii-rctal
tveniie, at a bargain.
Dwelling home on t'ro sheet, we
ot Washington avenue.
'I' wo business house on l.evea street,
above fclghtli, S'JO wi
.store room on Coouuerctal avenue,
text to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story bouse on C'uiuuitn ial av
enue. Two tenement suitable lot uip
Store rirn. -orner Twentieth and
I'p Main of Louse on t'oaiinerclaJ av
enue, near Iwth street, yuttshle fur
Tenement numbered 8, 9 and 10
VVlktr'a Row, 5 rooroi tru h for $10
(r month. In flrst-clas order.
Orphan Aiylum building and preuil
lea. Retot low, to a g oo.l tentnt.
Htore room, r-orner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 month.
(loom in varloti part of the iirj
Land, In tract to anlf, near alro.
late Imn Trail."
A spicy ketch riescrlptiva of a trip
over the. AMilnson, Topeka and Santa
Ke railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure reports of tlie Rocky Mountain',
l.y "Nym t'rinkle," the miifdVal nnd
dramatic critic of the New York World,
ent free on npplkatlon, together with
the. San Juan Unldt, maim and lime
t utile Oil new and jtopuhtr route
from kansa City and Atthlnsoii to
Pueblo, I S tiver and all inU In fol
rado, New Meileo, Aiiouaand the Sun
Juan Mine. The finest line of Pullman
Meeper on lb continent InHwea-ri the
AliMir river and the llm ky Mountains
without (hange. . .Hftfvial round trip
ourisi' ticket Iron Uu Missouri river
to lenver at $jO, good to atop oft ur all
T. J. Asilio,
(teneral Paeiiger Agent.
Ho ! For St. Louis Fair.
lUISOI CtNUH It. It. t'll,,
alro, III., Sept. 20, KA. j
1 pervKia w ishing to attend the St.
I.ouis l air, coinruenelns; October 2d, we
will ell excursion ticket to St. I.ouis
and return, at Kat S. I .out and
return, nt f.tiO. I'ommenoe sale o
tickets September :MKh ; gnot to return
until Mohr 1 If h, Inoliitlve.
' .l.jt .Ion sans,
i Jencral Snrtthern Agent.
J. II. .Iovm. Ticket Agent. H-ati-Cr
'r a atuooib ahuve, to neat and tb
louable hair cut, or refrtoliing ( hampoo,
go to L I. Bratton, at tha planter' Utrber
parlor. The best of terfuinerles and
hair tonic always kept on hatnL , The
bath room connected with this etabllolc
uient is the only one In the city, and Is
always kept in the neateat order, ready
for the convenience of customers. ' tt
inglecord ...$.1 M
Five ?ord lots 3
COL fARiOME 1D DIG iilIV :
Single ton $3 3)
Three ' 3 25
Kive " 3 00
Orders fortove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by (.'. W. Wmfbler A Co.
DUIriel CB)1 Cleetieai Matlce.
Notice I hereby ceo, that ou Satur
day. the Seveuth of October, i.exr, at the
school houw, on Eleventh street, district
No. 1, in township iJo. 17, range I west,
Alexander county, Illluols, an election
will be lield for one member of board of
education to fill vacancy for said district.
Which election will be opened at ten
o'clock, a. ro., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. m., of the same day
Hy order of Ikmnty Superintendent o
Public School. Phoekk A. Tavuk.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, 1870.
Earoweea Hetel mm4 Esuaiiraal-xA
U Mr4ere aal4.
The Kuropean hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ol Sixth street and Com
inen ial avenue, will open October 1st,
ls7ti. Terms $4 .V) per week. This Is
an excellent pla for families to get oya
fcr, which will 'je ervel in any style
desired, togethei with all other choice
edibles the market aflorda. Boarding on
the Kuropean plan. Three tickets for SI.
Hive me a rail. For board and lodging
Inquire on the premises.
H-'JS-aw Mbs.1I. Wai.KEn. Prop'r.
We w ill deliver our liest lump coal on
I '. and V. R. It. track In Cairo at $10 per
car load of i
1 HL TO.8.
This coal has no ai eauioa for grates
and housahold uses generally.
Addrepg ail orders lor coal to
.(tuts A. Vuli. A Co.,
lUxav Si aca, Agent al Cairo.
(iood board can be procurod at the
Railroad house, corner Klghteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing ratea :
lay board $.1 00 per week:
Board and lodging 4 00 " "
Oeaplte what the "knowing ones'
know, boarder will alwaya Hod on th
tle "something to ent." -21-2w ,
B J. Ml. lU-li1!-,
We are authorlsl to announce JOHN If.
KOMN.MIN a a can'liilaie for Sheriff of Ala.
anaorcouaiy, at we cuiuina ouunty flection.
Wa arc aathrirt loanjMaaea PKTRR fl AVT,
or bh ii irmmi unqKltlf ul Pimil III U
laihtercoimir, at lit easakaa cnuiUr elrcdoa
KtllTUB Dl LLailN! I'luu uiinm,, thmi
iii a i-aaitMUUIV tne oOio of uialr Atturnrr
i.ir jiisiBwiT, I'.iimy ai ma otriuii !;
'OB. W . t.. Mt LBll.
Wa ara authnrizJ lu asbunnia f.F.M. W
lir.MXdl Kn. .IK . ai in1liUtf m tl.t
vrlulirrtUTtiMa. fur !tr Aitururr for Alti-
met n iLf hK.
e are anllMrlra to annoiinrr Wit. 1. 1 AM
W. U'I'llKKl kK.1 aa a ranIUUlc fur 1 in iili
I laraur AlrianUvr ruimlv l Hi coming ruunlr
Wr ara aatliorltril to announce JOHN O.
inoinjiM a raniiiaia ior ihr urait or l Ir
rult rlrrk 1 Alf iMfHtrr r.iinlj- at tin? rrmulDK
Wa ra Balhoiirfltn aunnunc JHI1V A.
KtLVk aa acntUlair f jr Oia ultli a ul Cm ml
Cluk at Ilia orniir rlrcllon.
Wtareauihfirlz"J toannoimra V. . I'tTCHf R
a a cabilMkta tut ottUn.f ClmM Ol. '.I
Aitiamlci 1'iUbty at tlx NovUtlr in ini,
IHH CULNTV C OilJIlvSl.ism.
H'r are authori7J in announce Martin lirown,
ui I Lrt, at a candidate lor ouoty Ciniul(-
fiurirr ui Airxanarr contilv at tt.rmtulUK ruiintT
ALALOM LODGE, NO. St.
Knipfauiof fyttiiaa, tueruari-ry t'rl
dar LMbt at liJr-uat BaVtti, in txtl-
tllu' Hall Hows,
I rianrcllur loniiitamlcr,
Al.KXAMlfcK I.OUliE, NO M
liMleiMroOrnt Order of O.U-el
Ion a, um- rvary luurclar al(bt
at nail lait arveu. In lurtr MUiid
juniirrcial avinir, ltwrD Sixth anJ rtcremti
.fri, s. A. I a . int. M (i
1VIKO KNCAMFHK.NT. I . O. .. rbaata
ia Oild-Si-iluwa' IUI1 on the Brataal tulrtl
iirla in rvvry ruontti, at half-iaat ctn
A. CouiHoa, C I'
( AIKOI.OIMJH. N0.237,A.r. A A. M.
llolil rrrular ouiuruunicationa in ata-
aouic Hall, r.iriwr t.ommerxtlal avenua
an I Kia-titli ttrwt. on ttic aruiml ami
'mirth alumlaT of null month.
RATE) Or ADYEatriMIRV.
ryAll bill Uit B.lrtiaina ara due and .ay
tUt im anvAMCB
Transient advertMing will be Insult 1 at ttia
rata of 11 '"i r aquarc fur Ilia Ural tusrrttnn
au'l 5" ituti f?r each tutwUnt one A litiertl
diacuunt will te uuaU on taniing anl lit'l
I'or Interline; f antral notice SI ' Nutice of
mart Inn of aouictiva or atwrt onlrrt nrnta fr
Church, Mocivtr. fenllval and ur ni,tlrt
will only be luwrted aa aiverUaamenta
No adTertUeruetil will be receireil at leaa Uian
So icbta, arid no amertltetnrnt will I lnat-rtH
ir Ictt than tlirve dollar r mouth
LmmlI Bualaaaa Motieaa, of
tan 11 oae or toora. Inaartatl
In the BuUatln a follows :
Oommanoa Countl&a at tan Line.
On Inaartlon par Una S Oanta
Two InaarUona par line 7 Oanta
Tbrao tnaartloua par Una 10 Cant
Bis Insertion par Una 1ft Cent
Two waaka par Una lift Cant
One luuntu par Una .a6 Oanta
Ho lUJuuMon w ill ta au4 In abov
WKONF.SIiAY. OCTOBtlt 4. 17.
I.nenl Weenater Heart.
Caiao. Ub.. Oit 3. IAS.
iua. Wijd. ) Vbl.
ftrgealit. Hlaiial Arirloe. I'. 0. A.
Uollnre far Rent,
Situatett on Tenth street, between Wal
nut and WaMh'.nton, No. Un. Possession
given fir-t f Octotier.
Y.. A. BrasxiT.
l or Stale t beaa.
Tlie fine dental outfit formerly owned
hy Dr. P. I.. Williams. For terms ap
ply to Mrs. P. I.. Williams, Tenth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
street. 3t .
at. Lnerit rnlr f
The St. I.ouis Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to St. l.ouU and re
turn at S7.20; good until October Oth.
9-.10-et J. C. ZiMvrii, Atrent.
The best violin, guitar and baas strings
in the city and musical instrument of all
kinds can be obtained of E. & V, Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make piano ana organs
a speciality 9-lu-tf
J. uewra; atllsuae.
on Kighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to got a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the barber lino. La
dies' and cliihlreiu' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
JVear Weed Ymr.
1 have opened a wood yard on the cor
ner of Twenty-eighth street and Ohio
levee, and will deliver in any part of tltc
city, flrst-clas dry four foot ash and
hickory wood at $:l.00 and $:i.2Ti per
cord, cash. Stove wood will also be
kept on band in any quantity for sale,
t 'all and see mc. W. M. Keller. 2t
The St. Iouis, Iron Mountain
and. Southern Railway are now run
ning a train leaving Colum
bus at 7:10 a.m., arriving at Cairo at 9:!U)
a.m. Returning, leavesCairoat 2:50 p.m.
arriving at ( 'olumbus at 5:10 p.m. Fare,
1. ao. Sept. lit.
t' reset Arrivals.
P. Ulelhroii has Just arrived from St.
I.ouis with a flue stock ol Pry Goods
and Clothing, .boots and shoes, hat
capi, etc., which he will sell at astonish
ingly low price, (five him a call, and
convince yourself ol the truth of this
statement. Ills goods aro all fresh.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set of
new harness. Apply to A. IT. Ikvin.
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit tarin near
VUia Ridge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to D. Aktf.r,
0-13-tf Cairo, 111.
i Tlioac ilcrmani wko ilgtiCAl tl call for
the organization of the new Tllden and
Hendrlcka' Reform club, together with
all who wish to become members of the
club aro reuuested to meet at Kluge'a
hall, corner of Sixth street and Commer
cial avenue, IhU evening at 7:.K) o'clock
fortho purpose of effecting an organlza
tlon. Let every aigner of the rail be
present. Turn out !
1 WMteat-VouaiK Ulrl
A neat appearing young lady 15 to IN
years of age, wanted to stay at No. 140
( omtnercial avenue during the day.
lU'forencea required. Apply on the
A good store room In John Reese'
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington ave.ine. Also four jrood
rootu "iiltable for dwelling house In
ame huildintr. Rent reaonable; apply
oa the preiui'cs. lu t lm
A Ills It t.Malwraeiiirnl.
Klaine, the lamllv salfguard oil, man
ufactured by Warden A. t)nar l, Pitts
burg, Perm., was awarded first premium
at the Centennial exhibition as the betf
and salej-t illiitiilnatlu? oil. For sale by
I Mill Hard Itaauoeralle tJInh
There will N a meeting ol the Fifth
ward TiiiUn and Hendrlcka' club at
James Carroll's houe this (Wednesday)
evening, at 7 o'clock. A full attendance
ol inciiilwrs is requested as biuincss of
importance will Ik transncteil. I5y ir
lcr of committee. '
We will Kndwrae All TauSaj.
It all the ( barter Oaks now in use are
as good as the one we have used for
nearly twenty year, you can recom
mend them with entire confidence, and
we will endorse all you say, having thor
oughly tested their many excellent quali
ties, we are pleased to say that it u ab
solutely without a fault or Imperfection,
and a marvel nt economy and neatness.
M. J. McOauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood a Pills, celebrated
for the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases, lie employ no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his druj htore, No.
Commercial avenue, Cairo, III. Price,
00 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage aid. rt-10-dalm
We are advised on good authority that
music, charades, and an oyster supper
w ill form the attractive feature or the
regular monthly sociable of the ladles of
the Episcopal church which is In take
place this month, on Thursday evening
next, at the residence of Win. B. Gilbert.
As the public are cordially Invited to be
present, a large attendance Is expected.
and we urge upon all lovers of good
music, oysters, etc., to attend without
Reansved ie Mew Htore.
Mrs.C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed from her old stand on
kighth street, to Winter's Bloc k, corner
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and Increased
tacilities. She Is atow receiving new
goods from the different trade centers,
keeping a much largrer and more varied
stock on hand than formerly. Buying
goods in larger quantities, the can sell
at much low er prices, guaranteeing satis
faction In every Instance, loth as to her
work and the quality of good.
Mors Klolen taoods Beeoarred.
A tew days ago we staged that one Vf
the tine coats stolen by Charlie Stewirf,
the convicted necrro who U now in the
penitentiary, from Peter Xeff the levee
clothier, bad been found. On Monday
the remaining three were also recovered
by Sheriff' Irvin and his most effluent
deputy, John Sheehan, who is one ol the
best officers that ever served the people
ol Southern Illinois. Two of the la&t
three coats recovered were found hid
away in the hay mow ol Perry Tower's
livery stable, where they had been put by
Stewart, w hile the other he sold to a sec
ond hand clothing dealer ot this city,
who gave it up upou application of the
officer for It. The four coats were worth
about one hundred dollars.
A Itend Bent, Bent.
On .Monday afternoon a seedy-looking
and apparently much distressed Individ
ual called on Father I.ouis I.ammert o
this city, and in tones that would have
softened the heart ot a savage, told the
good priest a most sorrowful talc of mis
fortune and woe ; hi family he stated,
was without food and his wallet wa
empty. He had rented a house on Ninth
street, and was in search of work, and if
Father I.ainniert would lend him a small
sum of money he would pay him back as
soon as he got something to do. Father
Lammert told him to return at three
o'clock, and the seedy man bowed him"
self out with the promise to come back
at the appointed hour. Father f .amniei t
is but recently from Ka.t St. Louis, and
while there was paid a call by this toll
tame gentleman. He told him the same
story on that occasion as the one related
above, and Father Lammert gave him
the sum asked lor, but ha never since
hearj ol him. The priest recognized
him during the Interview ol Monday,
and when ho returned at three o'clock he
was taken in charge by Chief of Police
Ciossman and taken belore Judge Bros.
The priest entered a charge of obtaining
money under false pretense against him,
and the beat, whose name is August
Miller, will rest his weary bones In the
calaboose for twenty-seven nights and
labor on the streets ol the city tor twenty
seven days, under a line of fifty dollar
A beautiful line of hand-made boots and
alexes for gentlemen, at price aa low aa
for machine sewed paid elsewhere, at the
City Shoe Wore. Gentlemen should not
fall to ace them belore they have a pair
made, A perfect tit and quality guaran
rwaw MeialtMNta nSSlte Meeting
A Special meeting of the Sweepers was
held at their ball Monday night, October
2d, 1S70. In the absence or President
Thos, Wlhtoo, Hon. W. 11. Green wai
called to the chair. On motion the read
ing of the minute was dispensed with.
J udge Green, a rhaii man of the com
mittee to confer with other Democratic
organization In regard to holding a bar
becne, reported that Ids committee had
conferred with the county central com
mittee and others.
Mr. Ley y, chairman of the committee
on subscription for the barbecue, re-
ported that they could collect enough
to ensure success.
The following resolution wa then
unanimously adopted, viz :
R'rlrrt, That the barleeiM and mass
meeting bo held In Cairo on Thursday.
Oi fotier 10th.
The following gentlemen were then, on
motion, added to the committee on sub
scription, viz: c. M. Howe, J. M. Phillips,
and Phil Howard. The following reo.
lulloti was tlrt n ottered and imniiiinuiy
Rtsi.lctil. That I lemocratlc tncetiiiL' be
held at the court hoioe on the lollowlng
evenings, and be addressed bv the follow-
Ins- speaker :
Tuesday, Oct. 10, Is7, D. T. I.inegar.
Oct. 17, ls7, W. Green.
Oct. 24, 170, J. II. OUrly.
Oct. 31, hti, W.J.Allen.
There w ill lie a torchlight prncelon
on each of the above evenings, and all
iH'tuocratic organizations are requested
to act with us.
u motion the club then adjourned.
W. y. McGhE, Sec'y.
Items In Brier.
I'nited States court commenced lu this
city yesterday morning.
Cairo's big barbecue Ins lieen jiost-
poncd until the l!Uh inr.
The St. Louis fair is now in full blast.
ami the Future Great is lull of sight
L?t everybody attend the sociable at
Mrs. William Gilbert' to-morrow night.
It will be a pleasant alTalr.
Read the notice of Klaine oil this morn
ing, it will e seen that It was avart-W
the lirst premium at the centennial exhi
bition. For sale by llaniav Brother".
l t there be a full attendance of the
members of the uew "Tllden and Hend
ricks Reform club," at K luge's hall to
night. A permanent organization will
I.ouU 11. Meyers ha s uttered from the
hicken thieves. They paid Ids lien roost
a visit on Monday night, and confiscated
every one of its Inhabitant with the ex
ception of a solitary aged rooster, w ho is
lett to mourn the Ins of hU flock.
Why suffer with a bad cold it one
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will
cure a cough of the worst kind. Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup Is sold tor 25 cents
per bottle, or rive bottle for 11,00 In
every respectable ilrug store In the Uni
ted States. .'
It will cost a little over $,000 to turn
the Mississippi river Into the "cut-off" at
Buffalo island, and It 1 believed that
should this course ot changing the chan
nel o the Father of water be adopted,
the money can be raised to do the work
in a very short time.
"Had I three ear l'de hear thee,"
nays Macbeth to the witches. 111 he
used B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap, it i
more than doubtful whether he would
have seen Birnam wood coming to Dun
einaue. But It i only this generation
that is ao highly favored.
The Selden Irwin theatrical troupe will
appear atj he Atheneutn in a few days.
Mr. George B. Hudson, the advance
agent, Is now in the city perfecting ar
rangement for the appearance ot the
company, which he say 1 first-class In
The sociable held by the Odd-Fellow
at their hall la9t evening, to celebrate the
anniversary of the Institution ot the lodge
wa largely attended. It was a very
pleasant aflair, and the younger portion
ot the guest tripped the light fantastic
until a late hour.
We have a very short-sighted Repub
lican friend, who doe not live a thous
and tulles from Cairo, who wants to
bet a thousand dollar that Hayes will be
the next president. Our belief is that
after Blue Jean of Indiana ha been de
clared elected, our short-sighted, but
mighty good-hearted friend will come to
the conclusion that he ha made a mis
calculation. On Thursday, to-morrow, the great
Kuropean circus and menagerie is to ex
hibit In thi city. This Is one of the best
Institutions of the kind traveling, and
during the show season, ha been de
cidedly successful. The company should
be liberally patronized by our citizens.
After the performance here to-morrow,
the company will dlshaiid, and the stock
of the Institution will lie put Into winter
The subject of a grand opening ball Is
still being discussed by our young men,
and it i most probable that they will
secure the luagidrlcerit strainer Thomp
son Dean, now lying at the w hart, for
the occasion. The Dean, having been
laid up at Fllmore City during the
greater part of the season, is undergoing
a thorough cleaning up under the direc
tion of her gentlemanly and clever stew
ard, Mr. F.dward Brown, and a soon a
she has been put Into order, It I very
likely the party will take place.
Tho little cough that makes a whit-;
lace liandkerchlcl necessary round the
throat, la interesting at first, and only
seema'to call for unlimited Indulgence in
marsh-mallow or gum drods. But by
and by the young lady And herself too
weak to care for dressing and going out,
and her friend t miss her from the parlies.
Th-j word Is, "railing last, quick con
sumption," and the scenes that loved her
know her no more, forever. A little pro
lence, care enough to have taken a lew
doaes of Hall's Balsam, and site might be
enjoying, the) glorious days ot autumn,
the gayest of the gay. Price fl.
Dr. Dunning is in St. Louis doing the
Mr. and Mrs. John II. Obcriy arrived
home from Philadelphia yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Axtcll left Cairo via.
St. Louis. Iron Mountain and Southern
railroad last night for St. Louis, where
they go to attend the lair.
Col..T. C. Willi, W. M. Murphy, ol
Metropolis were at the St. Charles yes
terday. There office will lie removed lo
Cairo the present week.
Ml Laura Renule is attending school
at Kocktord. Mr. J. T. Rennie. who ac
companied Miss Laura to Rockford, re
turned home yesterday.
W. H. Hamilton and If. J. Clark of St.
I)iil8 ; Chas. F. Reed, Boston ; Thos. S.
William, Texas, and L. Ib'tterlng, Chi
cago, were among the many prominent
arrivals at the St. 1 harlcs yesterday.
Geo. B. Hudson, advance agent of the
Selden Irwin Troupe, is at the Sr.
Charles. Mr. Hudson has engaged quar
ter at the St. Charles for the entire
troupe, nineteen in number.
Dr. Smith and son lett this city yester
day morning fur St. Louis, where the
doctor will place Will. In the MUourl
Medical College. Will Smith Is one of
the moat promising young men or whom
Cairo can boast, and he will no donlt,
in due time become a bright li-hr In the
He Bnated tier With n ( lute.
Hilly Ward is agentleman of color, ami
ia a member of the floating population.
He has been in Cairo for several days,
during which time he made the colored
bawdy house in the lower part of town
his headquarters. In the "flat-top," Hilly
made the acquaintance of Harriet Kvc.
ridge, a demirep, with whom he lias been
quite friendly until yesterday morning
when a flght between them took place,
which ended rather seriously lor Harriet.
Harriet is said to be considerable on the
must le, and when Billy attacked her, she
put up her arms ami pranced around the
room like a well-trained pugilist, with
Billy following her up watehiug his
chance to "smear" Harriet's "nose all
over her face." But Harriet was not
slow to detect Billy's design, and when
he came close enough she let loose- with
her right arm, and planted her list square
011 his nasal organ, knocking him clear
out of time. Harriet then waltzed oil to
her corner and with a tantalizing laugh,
asked Billy If he wanted any more of
"that kind ot chicken pie." This enraged
the oot-wltted Billy so greatly that he
seized a billet of wood, and making a
dive for Harriet, dealt her a fearful blow
on the right arm, breaking that member
Justabove the elbow. Intelligence of the
battle was quickly carried to the officers,
and Deputy Sheriff John Sheehan made
search for Billy, but failed to find him,
and it I supposed he has lett town.
Fifty cent, at Winter's Gallery.
Was DEFtBTMliT. Rivia Karr.r, )
Oct. a. irf7t. 1
I ABUTS I
StallOM. ;LOWWATSa. CNAMUB.
sr. nt. rr. m.
Cairo ZT. i 4 -I 1
fltuou-a- a i
Clneiojiau 1 U 11
Loaisellla .................. 7 v
Jiatavllle i 4
at. Louia 1" a -4 11
Kventville a ti u
Muupbit IT 3 .'.
NewOrleau 1" :l -.'
Below ulf h water of 174 .
Serf cant, Sta-bal Service. I'. 8. A.
Haw T Mnke Blonejr.
W will state that the surest, beat and
speediest way to "multiply and increase"
la to call at Mo. 12 Wall fctreet, New Votk,
and consult with Alex Frothlngbain & Co.
Thane gentlemen, who have lone been
identified with the history and affairs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary affair, and in everything; appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proficiency. It may alto be said that
of the many Broker la that city they are
not only the most popular, but also the
moat successful, best patronized, and most
widely known in or uear the vicinity of
Among the customers ot the house of
Alex FrothiDgham & Co., are some of our
leading aud representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
Arm lor much of the wealth they now enjoy.
During the long aud successful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Frothiugbam & Co.,
In this city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a busine almont
colossal lo Its proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a Tear It something wonder
ful, and often forms the subject of com
ment. It needs but a vitit to their xpaoioiu
offices ia Wall street to prove the truth of
the above statement.
Uew they manage to convert 10 to I JO
20 to 40, 40 loto t0, anil ao 011, is a
secret which they alone can explain ; hut
that they succeed lu doing so is a fact too
wall known to admit of doubt. It you
would aately and profitably invent your
money, do not hesitate to favor tbli lirru
with your canh and couddence. That by so
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience ot tbouaauds ot our hear
cltizena atteat. The necessity of taking
auch a course In theae times of totteriug
bauks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the most indifferent and carelets
Messrs Alex. Frothing am & Co., are
prepared to invest money to auy amount in
the best aesurities, aud la every tranaae
lion in which they may be engafed guar
antee entire (atisf action tothote who honor
theuj with their patronage.
flTSend for their Explanatory Circular
aud Weekly HeporU, which they mail free
to all who desire luem. t'rm A'. '. AV
rvput;,, Avril 10 1H7U. 7-lH-eodaui
SIXTH 8TREBT. Be)teon OHIO
ItSVEK AND COMUISCI AL
BfaAtttnotwvwshleoarm Horan Shoaannd
Ana aura uooa wtrt,
, PATRON AO K SOLICITED
Thuroday, Oct. 5
ROTHSCHILD & CO'S
!'!:.:::! iV::i ?;:;;!:;::::!
Tlie (Jn-al f.EVIATflf AV t;lVr:iiAf. t.ivlriK
.Xiiimtion a drum Kvliibumn t all
tlie Wonder of the
EARTH, SEA AND AIR.
The Grand Hippodrome Entree
til rtll.nir ..i-alti.l.. ... .1... .....l. It..;ill.... &
... ... ..v.i..i. ... i... .......I i.i itiiiiiii, ni ii.ii.
(.lai etui aut laleiilril Kiiilcitti iiiih, 1.5 nuiniitii-,
A ..-..1..1.. I . :
" ai n (""fKKil ai ''"I HH'l AlliailllK iei-
ley of Kuteitaiiiinriilt rti-r iin nailer rmil
ioua. An Innumerable rVM Aviury ! lioigeininlv
I'lamaifeil ami 1 aiifCUUKf Hll'te.1 ilmla. A oil
on of .Woiiitei' HalxMins, Artintf Aie amt Mim
t'ainatituti.ig a Tteileib I'nurrnti'iittim i I
Great ARENAS beyond Censur
tf iWo fHIKortM VM KS UAH Y. loon
t.iien at 1 nl i p in.
Ailmbaloll ''' (Vnt
ChlMitn, niidei " yrait i' Cent
KtN.il. Iletle. t and Hetlielutwr I lie
COXINC 0? IRE (SHEA! tHOW
Mrs. C. McLean,
VI.ARi.t ttock of M.IIIcitt aud Kaucy
hmU. A nti-t)la Mliliuery Mtot lu
eery retiievl. v-lJ-sm
PEIIIS SEOUCEO TO HIT THE IKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 34 Floor 2.00 Par Day
Spaela.1 Rates by Week or Month.
A limited number of very rieairabte family
rouiii cau be aecurrd at reasonable rates tor tlie
'1 lie St. C liar let I. tlie larjreatand he tt appoint
ed Houae in Southern IllinuU, ami it tlie Itadiua
nottl in Cairo. Xolwliliatandina' the "lit J
Kork" reduction in price, the table will, a
utual, 1 liberally aitpplled W illi the very beat
of everything that ran be tumid in market .
fine Wye aample rooma fur ininniercial trav
eler t, on around floor, free of charge.
tt-All bags-ate of Kuenta convej ed to andlrutii
the hotel without chitrire.
Jt W ETT Wlf.OX A ro. ,
4-lfl-lf. hroiuietorn .
MukHii. John It. I'll ill It, , ami Kachel J.
1'hilli. hi. wile, by their ceituiu tale mort
Katfe, executed aud delivered lo the iiiuleralnetl
on the -.'id day of April, A. 1., ls;u, did, for
the piirpiiae of tecurinir a t erluln ironiiary
note therein mentioned, Inoi tuiine to the under
aianel the liillowing' deoerilietl pivmiret, to
wlt : I he undivided one-hull of lot iitiinliered
two (.'), iu Uot k iiuiiilH'ied three ( in ihu
t ity i t t'airo, llliuou t and uheivaa ileluult hat
lu made in the payment of mud note ; now,
therefore, in iiurxuiime of the authority con
terreil by aaid aale luoituuKe, I will aell the
alxive deai-rilied preuiiaea, ul public, vendue, to
tlie liiKheat bidder, I'lirra-th ill hand, at the door
of the tuiiirt hiiune, io I airo, Illinnia, on Malur
day, Oi'tolier 'JnIIi, A. I)., l-'i'; al the bum oi t
o'cliH'k, p. in ,'ol bti'l day, uid aale to I wilh
Al-KltKHIl SAIKtJUK, M'irlHf-.
l.ltKFN A t.H.IIKIil. Altoiue).. d-'Jt
To Bridge Bullilvra.
I'ropoaala Hill lieratviveil until Monday, ifud
Ot liilier, al loo'i loi k, a in , lor the buildius of
one brolge aeroaa lwreu creek, two mliee
north of 'I he le., one lmndri-1 and eight leet
long i One liridga a rot. tandy creek, on the
C airo and Juueahoro road, uinety two fivl lulls i
and one bridge acroaa Caier'e i i'eek.on rlie Cairo
aud Joncelxiro road, aiAiy leet Ions. Iua count y
reserving the riltht to reject uy or ull bids.
Hid. will be considered lor auy or all limine,
kepaialely or tnaetlier
tor plant and ti itfcaUiii. apiJy lo
Jlloi. VilXiS, Cuumv com'r.,
at llallldey llroa.' oldce.
Cairo, tepl. It, !s7n.
j. u. OHkKLV. a. vt . rvair
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
W. W, X"VATT cb CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bull tin Bulldlnv, Cor. Twolfth tra
avi4 Waavbiairtou Aeanua,
tT"County and ttailroa'tWork a fipeeialtr
. New York,
w it t. orrER
In all lh ir fVpariineiitt
Commmtltig Vay lat. 1876-
Rich Black Silks
'1 ht Mutt I elahrate.l Lvont Loo i nt,
At HI '23 Reduced from ttl 0,
At SI . Kedu.-ad lioin SI S7,
At SI "it Uiuc.i l'rriru S-i ",
At tJ iu lleduiad 11 om ka ao,
Piii: Colorei ui lh
At UOc lie lu e. Iroin SI IJ,
At SI (Ml Iteduced Imn tl at.
At SI lift he.lu.ed irom SI do
At SI DO Induced Iroia Si tt.
Inl aiiiel'n Hair. I he iot , and i.mn.-eet
dm ed to 7 ., pi, mi cent l, rrom f I jV
' tt and .
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fi.ihl.iibbe Fabric an t r&l..r, ni
Reduced from I He;
iHc. Reduced from li&a;
4-iiS Kediuwl irom 80, j
43c Reduced from S7nj
30o, t'oTmerpilra BOc to 58c.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At f -t, Ko and 123, Formally Soil at f 100,
Slack a&i farkt M Shwl.
At $n tr, and
Heliiced tr im S'iO, 'ii and
luu onom&Ewo SHAWLS
A I I ;'5 to3- Be-1u,d irnriitj to IS.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The f atett Pari Stylet rrom 10 fpwanU. em
braciua the ctioicett no I el tie at
ENOKVOI S KEni'CTIO.X.
Ladies' and Childrens Unlerwear
An ImiiieiiM Stock of Muat Beautilil and
All at Very (ireat RediiUiou.
I.Riliei", I llil'll't'll's Htlll lielltli'lllfU's
The Ilett FiiKlish. French aud t.enuau (i.....lt
Ad Marked at lwet Puealble I'licet,
Are thoroughly ritocVcd wilb th beat
KOoiN, at tiio lowest package price. Beau
tiful Aiiit-rit'itn prime at (c. aud lie. per
yard ; ttutulaid 4 4 bleached good at loo ;
l.onmlalc atiiiliD,'a at Un;.; New Voik
Milln, lJtc. ; aii'l -t lintiP:; nt I JJc
TABLE AKS 0TBE& LEEKS'
lu all the Vaiioiu lira. In, nCJrJark-alua.
Iii Carpet hirn
(U liicli we keep at the (Jrau.l Htrcel ator
oulyj, we ate ottering Kncjitti and Atueri-
vau lapeatnes at f I, furiutr price f I la;
uouy lUUaaela al V! ,'MJ, luruier prl a fl Ml;
all-wool Ingrain at 7u'., lormcr price. MOc.j
tliroa ply ItiKtalta ul el i5. luuuer price,
tl fx); oU-clotlu at J-V. lu 7(K ; lomiat
prin t, ftoc. to b'c.
Sauiple of Mood, and catalna-uea of la
dles' and luiaaea' auita and luualiD liuder
wear, aud lul'aula'ouliiia, aeutlraaol aliarg
to ail taction of that I'nUed State.
Kulea lor eU-UieuKuraint aeut on aotdl-
cation to all partt ot the eounlr) .
Order for Kooda of all kluda will La care
fully atteudad to, and the a-ood packed
and forwarded without charge, jtuut-naiii
Broadway and Twentista Street.
6rand and Christie St., II. Y.