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1 J. G. LYNOH S
koal Estate Column
Alexander oounty land, Cairo lots,
4chanjc for Mt. Louis property,
A One residence on corner Halhrnnk
teica an J Twenty-third street, at a
Tla oulh hull ol the ' Tilot ' Loud, al
tlul fine room in Winter block
-flood two ttoty brick suliahlu lor
.ores and f.ttit-e- on IJommejcial avenue,
itlwceii 1:1c vent h a l) I Twelfth.
- Hrlck dwelling corner Nihctciiiih
.ml Poplar streets.
-Saloon and tlxtures. southwest corn
er Eighteenth sti? t ami t ommcrcial
ventnr, at a bargain.
I) welling home on I'ross stiect, xxes
'( Washington avenue.
Two bnsines hous j- mi l.cvec street,
shove tijditli, $A) (' h
Wore room on Commercial avenue,
nxt to Wuverly hotel. $ltt.
"-Two itory house on Commercial av
tnue. Two tenement suitable fr simp
Store room, omer Twentieth and
I'p stairs ot house on t'onunercud av
enue, near I'Jth street. Suitable for
Tenements numbered 8. S and lo
Wiuter'a l.'ow, ft room each fur $!
Ir uiohth. In Aral-class order.
Orphan A) mm building and ptctiii
s. Uetit low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth Mid
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
-I'OOUii In vailoti parts ot the city. I
Land. In tra-t to u!r, nenr t'iri.
the lri Trail.
A eph-y rkelelt deeriptive of a trip
over the Afihltuon, Topj-kn mid Sanla
t'f rallro.td, the lieiiul !. fci-i-nery mid
pleaiire reort of Hie I'm ky .Mountain.
Iy "Nyin f rinkle." Ihc mitiial and
dramatic niti:if the Xevv York H ',
etit fre' m npplicalion, together wltii
tin) Sail .Iiihii UuuU, inap4 find lime
t:it)!e l t li J- new mid Mipular route
from han.-aft ily and Atchinton to
I'uehlo, I Denver nnd all jvoint in t'ol
(nttlo, New Mexii-o, Atizoua and the S in
Jit.m Mln . J lif flucat line of I'lillinan
st'eK-rs on tlie eontinent Iwtwii-n the
liiiourl river and the Itotky MonnlaiiM
without ch.-uij(c. Secial round trip
tounMr ttrket Irfiin the Miouri river
to lienver at it'), i to rlop oil at all
T. -I. Axukiisox.
'enernl l'apier Ayt nt.
. Conl HmhiI.
iiijle'ird ; ."iii
Kive .urtl Iota ;; -jri
idil fHiniiK am hi; Mi.iiv :
singie ton v : ."iii
I hrei- :i -J.
J'lVe U ll
lrd f forl.iVc wood Mill In' promptly
tilled. A rhil'i Jot of kiinllilljr oil hand
l.y . W. W urn i t: .V '.
A Hi' -t-Uut
Se have thi day anld to Mr. V.. C
Kord the eiiiirolnt of moulding tooU
ete , o the picture fr.iiuing department
l the I'.ulielin. All order for frame
etc., choul'l he -H'lit lo him or left at
thi rttlec. V heK.-Mk lor him the tlh
trality ol patronage that ha been be
stowed opou u. Hit a-ortment of
moulding iii eompkte, priees beyond
competition aud he guarentee alifae
tion in ail rntei.
t'niro. Oct. 10, 1S70.
tf f'AIKo RfLlEriV I 'o.
UarrUbNrc t'il '
We w ill deliver our best lump coal on
C. aod V. It. R. track in Cairo at $30 per
car toad of
twklv e -ions.
Thii eoal lia no at'eEKioK for grates
and household iue generally.
Addrei nil orders tor eoal to J
James A. Vuli. A Co..
lli Ne.r Slack. Agent at Cairo. j
M. J. iltGauley is proprietor and sole
niainiluetnrer of Wood e 1'ilU, celebrated
lor the cure of chill, ujuo, and till
kiud of ujalarial fevern, A c:ire guar
anteed In all eue. He tuipluys no
agent, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his dru etore, No. 3M
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ul. Trice,
00 rents per doen. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. S-HMhlnl
J. (eura; fatelohoiiae.
oh Eighth street, two doors Irom Alex
antler I 'ouuty Dank. I the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or f. suiootli t-have
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dreed.
either at the shop or their borne.
The best violin, guitar aud buss strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can bo obtained of E. A W. Under,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos nnd organs
a speciality. !l-10-lf
A good store room In John Kecse's
lu ieU building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington ave.iue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling house, in
satue building. Kent reasonable; apply
on the premises. KM-lin
John Lampcrt will continue the barber
business of his fathers, at the old stand
ou Eighth street between Washlugtou
and Commercial. John Is a first-class
barber and Invites old aud new custom
ers to give him a call, tf.
There Is a life scholarship worth $81.00
in the Mound City Commercial College
of St. Louis, lor sale at a discount at the
Ui tLti tN office. U
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W e are aiilhnrited to announce .toll It.
KoUI.SMtN candid c lor Shi r,", of Alex
ander rouulr, at Ilia cumin- oounlr elrclloe.
We are wittioritot to announce I'a VkH SAM,
fur no luilepanileBl uKnihlata tot sheriff of Al
tiaii Jit rati bly. al tb tasnma eouuty aiectiua
l US A I IijKMl .
tnlF Ull I HI I'llkiM atlUollbC Ibkl I
nlU IUlJlJltlKlul ll.t ulbl'C (A Slata . II i l. V
lol AlHuli.t-r cui,l, mi lUm Noyamber tltt
nub U m (.. Alii ur.
XV mi utliiUJ lu announce IjLm XV.
HtSHItU hi, IK . iai,iditt at a No
vrmhi r election, lui stales Attorney lot Alev
1 K 1.1 1 i.LEItk.
XXe are. authorized j announce XVII.IIXXI
X M'l'HKLIHH a lanJiilnlr Idi t.irijillt
( Ifliol Aletmnler uwiiiit at the lulnluf fouuH
W itre aiithoii to announoe JOHN y,
IIAKMANan a cubdiilatv lor Die 'fln. ul ll-
Ult rleik ol Aluau Ji l ioimiI) at ll: ti.uili
Wi! nr utluiit I to alinuuura JiillX A.
Kf K r. a a cuidi.Uir i..r Hi iUrt at t Uruit
ink ul Ilia Nuvemlx-r elri liuu.
We are imhori'd f o an nouncc W . K. I' I I I : H K l
a a ranl!Ute fur tie ulUie ir I lrcut I'li-rk !
Aiexauli-r i-ouutir at the Noveiiilier i-Im-iikii
are aullioriett to aimmmre I VUl
I.UK ai an lu.U utn tenl cumlnliiie I'-ir tlie !
tire i.l Circuii t lerk of Alrn.ler omity at tl.e
elrctii.n overnlter Tib, 1 1-7- .
Milt I.OIM I 4 OMMIoSloSI K.
We are anlharirl o nniiounie llurtm llrowo,
il lhrlx-4, n a urititme lor I uiiuiy .inini-aibni-riif
Ali'iaii'ler rnunl) al ttieinsuiiiy iiiiIt
We are aulliiriel In anniimiie lili lltflj.
TI N i.l HalewiMxl .wm t, an a auliilate ..r
tlie (ilBi-e nf I ountv (."inniUnloner of Al-.aif
lr CMinty at ttie Notemlwr election.
asi;ai.os i.odgK. mi. f,i
Kiiiifhta of l' lliina, meet every Krt-
I'poj. m iiiui tr.i rvirn, in . 1
iwn Mall. lloat,
hancellor ( omruauiter.
mu Al KVANl'hK I.MlMiK, NO tU.
". lli'lepemleut Unit C.I lM-rrl-mF
lo, iim ti rery 1 tiura-lav iiia-bl
'flefr at lialf-i! eeeu, in tbeir Vail ou
oiliii.en ial ati-iiue, tf tw.en "lxtu mi J heM-nlb
i - : N . A. Iiliuhi , N ,
' 1.1II.II KVIAMI'ilKM.I o O K . ii.l
iM-rVlli' ilall iiu I lie Cr.l -Jul Uunl
ii. .la in run moulb, al likll-pant ftt vru
A. l.l.UIHbt, t. 1
A MU. l.nlM.K. M. I7,A. . A A. M.
yfT il il'l n vuur romaiiini.ati.H.a in M
kJM.iiii' Hall, f..rer .million lal avrnue
aii'l Kiithiti mri-el, on Uie neiuiiitl an't
'-.ii rili Mmiilav ol earh moulli.
HtTt.M or All :k IIHI !!.
I J" A II lull for aiHertmna, are .(ue aiel ).y
alle I tuvtli
'lrantlent a4vertiaiiir will be iiierlel at tli
rale of II "J perwiaare fur tlie first iuoertion
and ' rent fur each auli-eijitent one A lilnri
liCMiiit will be male on ilaiiliiiK aiH ii.
r or iiiMrlni luiierul intie SI Nutiieul
inM-tmir of mx ietie ur wret or li ri ! rent, for
Cliarrh, Society, Ke-iliial au. .uiiiht noiict-a
will only lie inn rtM an a.ltrrtiM mi nla
No a'hertii-enierit will lit n-i-unl at lea ttian
6) tenta, anl no ailvertisenieut ill lie inxeitr-l
for Us than tlitve ilollara lr month
l Ot'AI. Hl KISkM UTlt l.H
tf one square $ lines ejiace) or more, in
serted in the Hi i.l. lux ai follows: U.e-s
than one squ ire counted as a square.)
hie iiiM-rtlon per square $ TM
Two iiiseriion. M-r square 7j
Three luaei tirinn xt qu:ire 1 0)
Six insertions jit i-qitare 1 75
Two wei ks Jkt Mjuare 2 50
One mouth kt square it .10
Special rate-, made on luge advertise
ment or for longer time.
SA I t lilAV. OiTOBKi: 21. !::.
I.tteal Wvalber Kepon.
Caiao. III. i.-f, m Ib'u.
7 a ui.
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it AH i N, I tVlNn. I KL.
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S. rKiuijt, Kigual Srrri.e. I S. A.
The Ilin'St sott hats in the city at A.
A. U. II.
The ball ot the O. A. II., next Monday
night, promises to be a tine aflair. Every
preparation ha been made, and the pros
pect ot a grand success is very flattering.
The committees have worked hard and
everything Is now in good fhape. Every
bodv should attend.
I in men Warrl tlcn
In Ladies' beaver cloaks, knit jackets
and ladies' caimere wrapjiers. Thee
gooils will be sold at 20 per cent, less
than cost, on account of closing out this
I'm? of goods. Do not fall to call before
they are allgone. Soi.omox I'ei'.u.ku,
1 12 aud 141 Commercial avenue, ot
Co to A. Marx, the hatter, and get your
silk hats made to order. 10-15-Gt
Thalln NHlnoa-Uratntl Fre I.unrti.
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ot Twelfth street
aud Washington avenue, excels nil
others in his line of business in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch w hich would
do honor to any saloon lu the land. His
friends should make a note of this aud
give him a call. 20-dlm
SlolbluK lluyera. Attention!
My stock of clothing is this season
twice as large as any stock heretofore
kept. And comprises all the latest
styles of Si lis, Coats Vksts and.Ovni-!
coats, manufactured honestly and out
of the choicest French, English, tieruian,
and American coltli, and good casslnier.
All goods marked in plain figures.
Ct. A. Maiiv.
Mr. loae lor Circuit C lerk.
Mr. Cyrus Close Is an old resident of
Cairo, and lias voted the Kepublican
ticket and supported thu Kudical party
sincc'the days of ;John V, Fremont ami
the Woolly Horse" iu 1850. We there
lore call the attention of the voters of
Cairo and Alexander county to his an
nouncement for the olllce of circuit clerk
at the ensuing election, and trust that
every true Kepublican will give him their
support, us we believe him to be the
choice ol the Ilcpuhliuan parly.
A seeoiiil hand singer sewing machine
or ale chrnp. Apph at thtf Itt t.i rn
It l wortli noting that during I-t
month (Sepleiiilwr) one huiiilred and
eighty-one llinmaiid live hundred dollar
l$18l,."ss paid lo beneilciaries of de
ceaid policy lioldera tiy tint Equitable
I ife Auraiii.t; nu lely ol New Voik.
There will he a meeting of II, Ladies'
Library Association this alttrooon at the
resideii' of Mrs. lr. Smith. A lull at
tendance of the members is desired, us
there Is important hu)iies to be cou
sideitd. Time of mi'eilng, J oMotk.
To Atldrea llic I'voplc.
Among the prominent uniior who
will addte4 the people on the occablon
ot the grand mass meeting and free btr"
becue, which will come oil next '1 huts
day lu this city are Ex lloxi inor Calmer
mi l lion. June- Ui. billon.
'Hie .neelln nl Monrift t Hy.
The steamer Three State conveyed a
large tniinber of our people to the meet
ing at Mound City lat night. Tlie Cor
net band accompanied the party, as did
alo a large majority ol the members of
all the 1 lemoi ratie clubs of theclty. The
meeting wan grand suctej.
the rumor seems well founded that a
number of prominent ciliens of Haiti
more have rcanlwd to reef a monument
to the memory ol the late I ir. J. W. Hull
discoverer ol that wondeiinl remedy. lr.
Hull's ough Syrup.
The melamlioly day of autumn are
fa-d apiroaebiug, when the old toper
hannts the liquor hop and begins peer
ing round fur the familiar announcements
of warm drinks. These apear In alt
sorts of Iteautiful form-' upon mirrors
and window, and aie made with that
most useful of article. H. T. Habbllt's
Eight tiaiid. belonging (o variou.
cities of Jxcntueky. Missouri and this
.'fate, have been invited to attend the
grand barliccuc nnd mas meeting to
come oil in this city next week, and all
have signified their intent ion to be on
hand. There'll b music in the air on
thai day, sure.
neoioernlie MerliiiK Veil 1'ueaalny
Mr. Charles Nelson, a colored orator of
Sprluglkld, Illinois, will address the l-o-plc
of this city at the court house ou next
Tuesday night. Mr. Nelson is an able
speaker, and w ill be sure to be listened to
by a large audience on the occasion of his
visit to Cairo. Colored and white citizens
are alike invited to be present.
Ailvamlnife r lleaiiy ala.
1 lie solt bituminous coal ucd in the
west is so destructive on all cast iron
that the heavy plates in the Charter Oak
cook stove will be appreciated by house
keepers as will as dealers. This advan
tage, with an excellent draft, quick and
aaisJt'jnii baking, making the Charter
ITik the mo-t dc-irablc stove in the
S'wiiip lo Slur Harkeriit,
The eoinuiittee on eatables for our
grand free barbecue and mass meeting
has bought for the occasion twenty
beeves and seventy-live sheep, bi-ides an
iinmciie amount of poultry, etc. No
charge will lie made lor anything. It is
entiui ileil, Irom information already re
ceived iniiii various parts of our neigh
boring stales, that at least tilfeen tliona
ulid people w ill Visit Cairo on that day.
A meeting ol the grand commaudeiy
ol Knight Templars of the State ol Illi
nois will be held iu Chicago on the
22d Insi. More than fifty commandcries
will lie represented. Cairo cbminatidery
will be represented. Oraud Commander
C. W. Dunning and Sir Knights Bar
clay. Wilcox, Pace, Ayers. Phillis and
probably others. The liraud Chapter of
Hoyal Arch Masons also convenes ou
the 21th lu the satue city.
Barbecue omiult leea meet lu-ulsht
nt Hlugv'a Ilall.
Ail those citizens interested lu the suc
cess ot the barbecue and mass meeting,
to be held next Thursday In our city, are
respectfully Invited to meet with the sev
eral Committees ot Arrangement at
K luge's hall to-night, at 7:30 o'clock.
Every member of the several committees
Is urged to be present to enable full re
ports of progress to lie made.
Tiios. W. Haliidav.
Chairman Oeneial Committee.
Cairo, Oct. 21, l7i'.
rl1r ( unrl.
Hilley Johnson is a patriotic Eepubli
can darky, and wanted to march with
Col. McKealg, Col. John Wood, Dund
Brooks and the rest of the boys on Thurs
day night, but he had no torch, tnd to
get one he was obliged lo steal Charley
Davit' torch, and he knocked John Davis,
Charley's father, clear out of time In-fore
he could get away with il . Old John is
also a colored patriot, and to deprive him
and and his son (.'barley from displaying
their loyalty to the Kepublican party
grieved him greatly, aud yesterday he
had Hilly Johnson arrested. Hilly was
fined ten dollars and cost. He paid his
line and was discharged.
A Ktorjr of Trniup."
An impecunious tramp, hungry and
meek, with a sadness of countenance
that would melt the hardest heart, a lew
days ago called ut the house of Mrs. Byrne
ou Washington avenue and begged for
bread and a little work. His meek
countenance gained lor him all he asked.
He sawed wood occasionally, kato his
meals, marched iu the Kepublican pro
cession on Wednesday, thereby earuiug
fifty cents, aud ou Thursday, out ol
gratitude, look a wheel -barrow, a sack
and sixty tent in money and started for
the Wee alter a sack ol biau. He is still
going, or ark'-Ht he lias p"t In. r" Vi-n
la aM froiii.i nnd Mr. U rmi utinu' a
whecl bariow. a sack, lxl ceiil hi
cash, sundry meals and some wearing
ttppali I, but i thankful it 1- no wot-c.
D i. l etter llat.
The following H a h"' letln re
mnining uncalled for lit II" post orllie at
Cairo, Alexander county. State i,t lilinoii
on S!turdu, October l,"u ' ,
J. lies LI,t-allMii J.ibhie: Brown,
I ?7: : Biigr. ' Ailllne-:, iMjrLnui, p.;
Hrandi. I.: Be.'l. I.otc. Smith. Mary:
Sullivan. I at In tine; . Stall. Ko.- ;
(ieiits- Bowman, r rank : ! et , John:
Brewer, John ; Boner, 1.. ; Hates. I ; k ;
Hriiikc, Win.: Cherry. A. W. ; (raw
lord. J. M. : Crew. P. 'A.: Entenkank.
Oeo. : Kitgerald, Uird : Krau.
II. I . : HovmII, E. c ; Hill
Patrick ; Hooper. T. . H.: . Moore, .las;
Peck, C-; I i in kleton, N.: -smiih, lieo.:
Smith. Hurry : Si-rogg. N; Sommers,
W,;Tujor, t ireeii : Thoiupso'i. t.'has.;
Thouia. John : W inclu ll, Edw.: Voung.
All iierson eallinir lor anv ot I tie above
letter please say "Advel lised."
Cm. . Mi l i am,
lien. Green H. Kaum. eoinrnisslotuT of
internal revenue. Is a git- jt at the St.
Charles. Oeneral Kaum i on the stump
for Have and Wheeler, and addressed
Ihe Kadicals of Mound City yesterday
Mr. SheibUy. o Wooeter. ofiio. one ol
the oldest and most re.iaMe jewelers in
Northern Ohio, is at the St. Charles. Mr.
Shcitiley has numerous friends and rela
tive living in Cape Girardeau, and to
them he lus been paving avMi.
Bishop Potter. Ot the .Methodist Epis
copal church of Hoiton, was truest at the
St. I 'baric s yesterday.
We notice on the register of the St.
Charles the arrival of some twenty min
I'ters durine the pa-t three day. We
were never more awar.i that the Hct.i.L-
nx Is the great religious organ ot the
city than we ar now convinced that the
St. Charle is the great religion hotel of
r.t er ImU liiiilrtl.
t he countv I temocratic i-ominittee has
M lit the lollow iug itiTiatiou lo '.he people
of Kentucky, Missouri. Tennessee and
Illinois, asking them to attend our grand
barbacue aud mass meeting, to take place
next Thursday :
"On Thursday, October 2Hlh, there
will be a grand Dctnociatic mass meet
ing aud tree barbacue at this city, and a
grand torch light procession at night.
Preparations arc being made for the lar
gest mass meeting ever held iu southern
Illinois, Democrats aud conservative men
Irom Kentucky, Missouri. Illinois and
other states, who have not heretofore
acted with our party, will on that, day
join in a loud shout for honest and econ
omical administration of I tie irovcrnmcnt,
and for the banishment of the Habcocks
and Helknaps aud their Iriends from of
fice. 'The near aud bright pro-pe Hs of the
election ot TiiJen and Hendricks should
be an occasion tor heart felt rejoicing
among our people rcgardlea of age, sex,
color or pre ious condition."
These inviations have been forwamled
lo all the various county committee of
the states named, and w ill doubtless at
tract large numbers of patriots from all
all quarter-, to our mammoth deinon--tration.
I lie V nnd
The Piclivtcil.iu Synod met at (heap
pointed hour ye-tcrday morning. Kev.
B.C. Swan of Carml, was cho-en mod
erator ; Kev. P. (!. Strange ot Carry lo,
111., was chosen temporary clerk; 'Dr.
Irving made hy request ot Synod an
interesting address in rcfcri-int to for
eign missions. Key. .1. . Oillham, ot
the Southern Illinois fonterence.aud Rev
W, J. Davis ui' the Illinois conference.
Alrica, M. E. church, were invited to
sit as corresponding mcmlicr.
The committee on re-division of the
Synod, repot ted that it is not advisable
to act upon the matter at present, which
report was adopted.
The benevolent work of the church
was fully discussed. Tlie committee on
beneficence made a very interesting re
port. Many other matters ot a practical
character were considered.
Dr. Norton. Synodical Missionary,
made his report in tlie evening. This
was valuable as showing the progress of
the Home Missionary ol the Synod.
The Synod accepted the invitation to
take an ex. urdon upon the boat. Three
States, to-morrow, at 2 o'clock.
The Synod will continue its business
cessions through the day, and the Sunday
school woik will be considered in the
The attendance of ministers is as to'
Kobeit Stewart, Troy : David Dimond,
D. D., Brighton ; Lucius I. Koot, 1M
wardsville; Ninian L. Dickey, Green
ville; William L. Tarhot, Virden ?
James L. Davis, Steeles' Mills; Lyman
Marshall, Lebanon ; C S. Armstrong,
D. D., Alton ; James W. Stark, Jerse y.
ville ; L. Harris Hyde, Carrolton ; M. M.
Cooper, Coultersville ; Ceo. W. Fisher,
Trenton; Ahmui J. Clark, Litchfield',
A. W. Wright, Sparta ; Charles Fueller,
Hillsboro ; Thomas E. Spillmau, Butler ;
James II. Spillmaii, Cottonwood drove ;
John Hood, Sparta; Henry U,
i. Pollack, Carrolltou; Thouias Spill
man, Butler; William L. Johnston, East
St. Louis; F, Ci. Strange, Carljlc;
Thomas W. Hyncs, Pocahontas ;
tieorge Stibbtns, Kichvicw ; E. H. , 0 1 in
stead , ( 'alcdonia; Kobert Kudd, Taniaroa;
Cicorge W, Ash. ltichvicw ; Adam John
ston, Kinm'uiidy ; Bcnjainin L. Swan,
Carml; L. C. Haldrldge, Friend.- Ulc ;
Edward F, Fish, Du ijuoiu; John M.
Crecu.Shaw ncctowii ; Wm. Logan, Boyd,
Cciitialiii ; Benjamin V. Ccorge, Cairo ;
.Jaiiic.C. HiiLlyr, Grand Tower ; Wm. H
MiutiiM. Anna; K M. Kobcrts, Puna;
James A. Piper, I hath stun; Garnet, A,
Pollock, EfliiiL'hjiin; ltcuaiuiii Mills,
Shelby ville ; Wm H. Prlelly, Tuscola;
J. L. M, ,.i, Mattoon : II
Killing Elders luvseiil are as follows:
II i.. Nil boll, Alton ; Samuel Brown,
I'lainvicw ; James Craig, Sparta ; Wm.
Kcid, Vandalla; W. II. Lamb. Tuseola;
David Ewlng, Shelby ville; J. D. New be
gin, Anna; John M. Latisdeii. Cairo ;
Wm, Bailey. Ceritialia: Wm. p. Long
ley, Cobdeii ; John Steven. Otatid
lower; D. H. Freeman, Metropolis;
Koliert Kel t, Saline Mine ; J. MeKee
Peeples, Shawneetow n.
'f lu a'ti iiilance as above Is iiivcii from
the roils as they were at thu opening of
the sestlmi of yesterday morning. It win
expect Ml that cotiidcrnhh accessions
would be made to the iiumbcrs of the
Synod dot i tig jestetday ond this morn
. Gentlemen should exnmliie our neat
titling custom made boots and shoes bi-
fore placing their orders with shoe
mskers nt high price.
O. Haylhorn A Co.
.lre S'uiitMenee Men.
Since the arrest ot Scott. Goodall and
Whitehead, this city has bcenjlrce. 'appar
ently, from confidence men nnd conti
dence games, and our people have; no
caue to complain on this score. P.ut
this state of a Hairs could not la-d always.
The good Lord for some unaccountable
reason has seen littoattlict the commu
nity with another gang of these gentle
manly thieves, who perforin their game
In the following manner:
On Thursday evening an old gentleman
named Samuel i. Moore, accompanied
by two b.ldren, arrived in this city, and
took room at the Planter's Iloue where
they remained until yesterday morning,
when Mr. Moore started out to procure
railroad tickets lor passage to Texas.
W hile on the street lie wa met by a
couple ot Well dressed men who struck;
up a conversation w ith him. and matii
fe'ted much interest In his wellare. Af
ter talking for some time, Mr. Moore'
new found Iriends suggested that they
all take a walk. Mr. Moore had no ob
jection, and the three slatted leisurely
about the streets, bringing iqj after an
hour or so, near the coal dump
below .Ilalliday Brothers' warehouse.
Here one of the gentleman who had
shown so much kindness in showing
Mr. Moore the sights, suddenly become
aware that ho was very much in need of
fifty dollar immediately, and asked his
partner to lend him that amount, alter
examining his pocket book, the latter ex
pressed much regret at being entirely out
of money just at that moment but
thought probably Mr. Moore could ac
commodate him with the amount, aud he
would see that the money was paid hack
upon reaching the bank. Mr. Moore
also expressed regret that he could not
advance him fifty dollars, forty-live dol
lars was all the money he had, but if
that would be of any scrvica to the gen
tleman, he was perfectly welcome to it.
The gentleman really needed fifty, but he
would try and make the forty-live an
swer for the time belnsr. He accordingly
received tlie forty-live dollars, and took'
his departure. He would return In a
short time, and left his friend to entertain
The friend aud Mr. Moore lingered
about the lower part of town lor some
time, and finally started back toward the
city. The friend was much surprised
and mortified at the tardiness ot the gen
tleman who had the money, and re
marked to Mr. Moore that he would
meet him iu a short time at the
Planter' when he would return
the fifty tiiMlars. Mr. Moore waited ut
the Planters', but neither the men nor the
money came. He became uneasy, and
made known loa boarder his case. I'pon
Ix-iug inloi uicd that he had been the vic
tim ol confidence men, he at once applied
to Sheriff Irvln and explained his experi
ence to him. Sheritl levin at once went,
to work, nnd iu less than two hours had
recovered Hie money and returned it to
its owner. The ollleers at once settled
on three beats who have been iu the city
for some time, but l.ave not perpetrated
their cowardly practices, knowing that
the ollleers were informed in regard to
their trade. Their names ate John
O'Rricn. James Stebben nnd Harry
Try our custom made boots for boys'
and men's wear, at o. Haylhorn ix Co.'s
For sale, a new top buggy and a set o?
new harness. Apply to A. II. Ikvix.
Either, dear father come down with
My (Jailers have got a big tear,
And Haythorn & Co., are selling them
At only twelve shillings a pair. Ct
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected w ith this establish
ment is the only one in the city, aud is
always kept In the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tf
Economy is tho road to wealth. Save
20 per cent by buying your boots and
shoes of O Haythorn & Co., Ct.
Keep it constantly before the people,
that O. Haythorn & Co., keep the most
complete Hue of loot w ear to lie found in
the city. 2l-;t
STRATTON & BIRD,
W . Todd.
l I I 1 1 Lveiy liiii,lion
AOKNTS ATCKElOAtV lOWDER CO
57 Ohio XATno.
W All Iltl AHUIKMT, lilVMl II KIT T.
i et. tf'. Is7i;.
LOW WA1KII. i
IT. I IV.
Mt. l-olin ...
V ii k 'I'Ui ir
iMi.w i,i.' n vv.itt-i ot i-: , -
.11. VIM w ,.ux.v2
Sernattiit, Sixuil vrna. I'. S. A.
Steamer James I i-k, Padm idi.
" Atlantic and tow . NewOilciu-.
" John H. Maude. V lckburg.
James . UatV. Cincinnati.
" Stc. I ieliev lew, St. I.oui.
' nine Howard, St. I.ou'm.
10 I'A III Kit.
Steamer James Ei-k, Padticah.
John B. M ainlc, St. Loui.
" James W . liaft. Memphis.
" Stc. li. nevlve. Memphis.
" James Howard, New Orleans.
The James. W. Guff passed down yes
terday morning. She came oil the rocks
at liraud Chain with very little damage
to horelf. n id none whatever f. her
The Aliunde and barirc ,is--eil up
The Ste. Geoeyii ye hud a good i argo
for Memphis. She made Miii addition
The James Howard nriived liyht Irom
St. I. mil yesterday afternoon, she be
gan taking freight immediate! y alter
landing, and will get away today.
Nlt.l IAI. XII It IS.
Mothers cm -eniie health for their flul-
lii'.t met ret tor llieineiea by the u-e ol Las.
I "111. a prrfi-el Mibstilntc fot Cm-tor nil. It i
:iSelutry hiirinli'ss. :in, i- ili-it.-iint to nke
as holier, r'nr XV ii,-('olir ,,i,r tomm-h,
Worm orruiitiittioii, (,,. joue.tf or there
is nolltim; in exintfitee tike it. Il l i-erlain, il
is s,relv. it in cheap
Caked Breasts, l.liuriKii i -in, rem-
iiu. awelliiii,-, n.r.iins, i-iiiv .oint, Ihuiih
t, al'U, poisonous l.ti-,. unit all llili, l.oiie uml
mii.-1'le ailiiieuls, ivm be nlioliiiely enrol bv Ihe
Centaur liniment. XVhst Ihe XVhite, I.luiiiii-nl
i for the human family, the Yflluvv l.iniiuvnt
is for ki., iiicl x.illt-it ut,l lame horres ami uni
I:. K. Kiiukel'H Hitter Wine ul Iron
lias never been known t lail in the cure of
wciUneMi. attended Willi synqluiiis ; in, lis
position in exertion, loss ol mcinniy, iluti
eiilty til breathinj.', uetieral weaknes- hni rur
of dieas, weak, nervous trembling, dreail
t n I horror of death, ui'lit sweats, told teet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal Umsitude ol the muscular sv:-Uu,
enoinious appetite witti dyspt ptie Vynip.
tolas, lint lianils, ilaebing of'tlia holy, dry
uess of the skin, pallid count enari'v and
eniption ou thu lace, purilyin' the blood,
pain in the b.i'k, heaviness ot the eyelids,
freriuent black HpoLs tl)ing before llio even
with tcinp.ii ary sullisiou and loss of sig'ht,
vvaut ol ulteiiiioii. etc. 'l'hcsu sy mploins
till arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, Use K. I'. Kunkel' Bitter XYiue of
Iron. It never tails. 'i'liousan Ja are how
enjoying iiealtli who have Used it. Take
only'i:. F. Kunkcl's.
lie w a io of cotmlcrft in and base imita
tions. Ah Kunkcl'a bitter Wine of lion is
an well kbOtvu all over the cuuiitry, ilriiK
'ists themselves muke an imilatlou and try
to sell it otl to their ciutoiuers, w hen iliev
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol Iroo,
Kuukei's Bitter ino or Iron is put up
only iu $1 bottle, mid bus a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside vviih Hie pro
prietor's photograph, on tu wrupper ol
each bottle. Alwuv look far the phnto
Kiiph on the outside, and ynu vv ill always
lie sure to get tlie genuine. Onu dollar pel
bottie, or ix for ii. Soi l by Uruiai uml
:eulers evervxx here
ALL W OK.MS HKMUVED AI.1VK.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fail
to destroy Pin Seat and Moinaeh Worm.
Dr. Kunkel, the only u,-ces-tul physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hour
alive, Willi beid, and no fee until removed,
Coininou seii-e teaeliea Unit il 1'upe Worm
be removeJ, u'.l other worm can be readily
destroved. Moid lor circulur to lr. Kv.ii
kel. No. &.) Morlli Niutli atreel, I'hiladtl
pbia, Pa., or call on your drtit-jit and ask
lor a boltld of fvunkei's XX orm vnii.
Price. $1.00. It never Jivija.
Hum To Make Money.
We w ill state that the sure-t, Iki uml
speediest way to multiply and in,- eu-e"
i to call at No. 12 Wail street. New i ot k,
and eouHUll with Alex Frothing' ham A Co,
'l'hee rentleuu'ii, who have Ioinf been
ideiililied Willi Hie history and aUaira of
Wall street, are unuiually skilled in mone
tary Hlltlis, and iu everything appertaiiiiii
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proficiency. It may alto he auid that
of the many lirokern in that city they are
nut only the most poj ulur, but also the
most nc eessliil, best patronized, and most
widely knovvu iu or near the vicinity of
Anion the ctistotnera ot the house of
Alex Krotbinghatu A. Co . ate some o' our
leading and representative citi.eu. who
are mainly In let, ted to Ihe labors of this
firm lor much of the wealth they now enjoy.
During the Ion-' and aiieeelul exjier
lenee ol Measra. Alex. FrothiiiL'bam A' Co.,
Ill this city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation (or houesiy, Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business aluio-t
rolostal la it proportion. In fact, the
amount of business doue by this house in
the course of a year Is soiuelhlng wonder
ful, and olteu lorms tlia subject of com
ment. It need hut a visit to their spaeious
cilice iu Wall atreet to prove the truth of
Ihe above statement.
llow Ibey manage lo convert 10 to
Hit to iM, l, PI into S0, aud so ou, is a
secret which thev aloue can explain; but
that they aucceed iu iluiui ao ia a (set too
well known t? admit of doubt. It you
would aaluly and profitably :uvel jour
uioney, do uot hesitate to favor this lii nt
Willi your cash and eouli'lenee. That by ao
lining you will reap an sbundunt reward,
thu cxpeiieli,:a ul tliousgmls ut our heat
eUUens attest. The tieeaasity of taking
uih a course in these timea of tottering
bank and limine!! atriiigeiiey must be ap
parent lo the moat In, Intercut uud circles,
Measra- Alex. I'rotliiiiliAin ,t Co., are
prepared to inveat umuey to uuy aniouut iu
the heat ae-uritte, aud ia every tranaao
lion in which they lU-iy ho engaged itusr.
antee entire satislaeiion totba-e vv hu honor
them Willi their patroiiao.
tJ7$eiil for lln ir Explaoatoiy Circular
aud Weekly Iteports, xvhleh Ihey mail tree
lu oil Who desire Ihetu, fivm X. )'. M
I 'f.it'ij, Aviili .s,;i. T-i.s-end:m'
f ot-taaaee'a ftnle.
XVitkiicAs, Xlnua 1,'i.Ih rts, of ll.r I , -
.Xleiin,lerait, Suite of llliiioi- , hvli-.r . eiliun
trust ihiil, or ;ile iiioiiio-c, iiilv'eei-iit, ., , .
kimwIeilirH it n, 1 ,1, livei,-l, brum!: ihilelhe l-iii
lnv Xoeit-t. , l , la; , ,,.,., , ,).
Iter, inlet i, (In,, ot Ale ureter eoiiiily, in llir
Bt.iieoi llhin.M, in l.ool, , o( ,, nioiUf ..-, nl
pairr i.i', i ) innv v unto to. mie. i.ns-nh) as
tup-he nil t,lc lotiowin ih-vrtlietl i.niiiiM-s.
miaie. ,p ,.r.ty i.r Alexnmler ami Mile of
llliiio,-, to- il : I in; ,.,iuiwrt Ir n tioi, , ,.rt
ol -eel ion t el,ly-Ii (-') ,J lown-t,,,, M-M-titc. n
(I, I. ninetvv.i (.) west i awothi. on lii-:ir Icte
lon , .m i. eii,,ii turnlv i (.'.), in loin,
icicntieii (IT), in tnnae two (.') ,-,t. to -e
tile il,e iv iiinit nl a i,,tiit-or, ,,r u,,,
.inn ,. oneniii,tri-, iitnl slt i-iulii itobara. n
e, lit-, I l, ll,..-rti. M.it ia IIoUi 1 ', t,. ,ui,i,,. ,,,
tin-,i,, i ,, the Mel lineitms l..einl,v ; ,)
W',elen,,l ia ,.ii,. n, )V rtll( ,,,,
'tint Unit in cn.e nl ileiUull ill the UMi,el,t I l'
the ai l ,rotnij,oi) mile, or anv lutrl Iheieoi,
j, ioi,it,u to the tenor tin, I i-fleet , ,u. i,,.,
tln, on i,,i,i itoti ol thelea-nl h.ihh rol 1
" 'e-'t .-h ilniet liiiulil I-lu fill l,,r !h un
ler-iitiie-l iirelii.ii drirnlcy lo m il ul., ibiin.-u
I llir ni, luetniM H, ami all Ihe ri lit. title l,en
Hit. uml equity ol' hhIi mpto n of -ai, 1 Mit,
li,iK-it. or her hsirs hihI u.isi.ii therein, al i. -lie
lUi'lion. nt tin Hvst .sr of ,r eiailf l u-e,
hi tin- ityof I Hiro, in the cotitilv ol Xh .,ii.lei
niel -tiiti-of lilmois, for Ihe hit'h'-l ui , b. ; t
,n -e the aiue v ill tirit,'-' in ia-h ar,ir h ii.j-a-tierti-iM
n,-h -,t. thirty dur- in one new-tut-l-r
al that tune iiiii.li,he'l in the -jut eitv et
I ait o ut.,1 to inaVe, execute, ami ih-livir lo O.e
liiitel a-er or ptin lrnera at such sale. u-iilat..
.ulti,'ej ii,-r,l i, - ,le,i, of i-ouve util e h,r ihe
pn-iiiia'.s s,,. no, I out of ti.e ,rM-isN ol sin I,
.ale lo pur till i o -t4 in,, rvH'n-e- in, in-red In a,V
v-rti-inif an. I - llin' siihl ( leirii-c-. inrlu.iirs
attorney's l--.-i llir i nn-i.l nr, mtie-t
on siiiil ii..t. ; niel, vvhetein, ilHult htt tnm
mile in the pavi.iei.l ol Hie rot note, t.tlreiiin.
nn'l ,llter-t ; now. tie. r, I., IV. pill, lie tiolire is
hen hv smr, thai in r ovcani e or Kuhl .ne
innrtirau'e, anl by virtue nf the power ami n
thorlty to rue tnaiite.1 in nml bv ihe ssniv, en.l
by virtu or Ihe atnltite nfthe ai'nte, I. theunici--mneil.
vvill.on r riilay. the ITtli ilay . Nov , A.
I. , I""", at ' o'elnek, ji m., nl vve-t ,oi,- ol II e
colli t hotie, jn u,,. ,.,V ,,- ( ,,i,o. :,l,:i,,i,.t.
"I thu inriiii-r- l... ,-t i I in niil trii-l moil -irnaeil
e, ,(,. erili'-il. anil nil IherK'lit. liile. I i.-i-rt
let i.piitv of .',h motion of Hie J,I Xlmm
l.'ol.-rt-. lor le ii, or ui-,i.-n-i therein, at i.loie
auetioti. ,,i- the l,i: ue, l mel he.l pt ii-c the -all,'
will briuir in i h-i, .
O It si . XI A ( ; K i" ,.K V . M..I i ce.
t.lxKC. XI.' . I.ANS,;. Alt y tor vbo I..o e..
A Larger Stock and I.oxvor Prices
Than ever lor CASH.
1 loin Kifty iiil i to i'tveiitv-l!t edi, H its.
A lull line of I ,te ftyle enrsets an, I ho-i. iA at
hnver prii es than ever In-fore oil. ie.l in
' iii Id straw-mudeoM i . or tuki-ii
in eM-hanife J-.r in-vv :Ooit-.
A full sioefc f Lsdie.' XX oojen ,, Cnttnn
RIBBONS AND LACES
I'eathei-a, I lowers, ele. , of ev. i v riiri.fr .,, I
111 Jill I'ltee-.
My .lock mii-l I-i-Iom oik. and I vv ill yiw
my eil-tooien It-tiei liaraiiii than ever orb-red
before Mils, i , y '.K X.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahinffton nd Cotnuiarela
Avenues, adjoining- lianny'e.
F.Kl'H for Bale the ll lUvf, e.ivW , Mutton
Veul. IaiiiI. Sausaire. A,1.. . and ia u.e
irail U "erve familie in an aeeenUvliii' ni
in I at' I Hat rift Court of I hit t'nit, , --.-ii s, lor Ihe
.S iullii iti liiatt ict of liliuoi.-,, Ji hanki ii,c ,
In ihe matter of Michael lleilhroti A Ihniard
Nolice ia hereby Mi veil Unit iv talilion has leu
liled ill said Court by auid Mi, liaii lleiihioti and
I'.er. aid XX'eil of Cairo, iu the coimiv of .XI. -aiider,
in said district, duly iteclurisi bun Wc, pl
under the act til' conifres. 'ot Mi,i'fi ji ,1, i si,
for a ilii liurce nnd ci itilh-aie thereof, I'l-oiuiill
Ihc-ir ilcbl iitnl olln-r claims piovuhle iiuder -aid
act, n,l liiut the liTlh day o oclolx-r, 1.-7". ut
eleven o'clock a. m , is nssi'iitsl lor the li.-aciti ar
of Ihe bin in- by the suid coin t, nl Ihe In, led
Muteal.oui t loom in the cily of Spl ine Held,
When uml where ull creditoia of -aid haukrtipl
uiiil ull other peraniia in i nicies I, iiiuy atleml nnd
shavv raime, 'I any they have, vv hy the piaxer of
said pclillolis. should mil be rant-d
;i:o. i'. now i;. t u-rk
l.iueitar .V Ijoisdan, aUoi'iicvs for pel,ii..iii i.
lluiisl Sii-iiigih'ld, lll.,Scpi. is, A. 1 1, ls;i.
Thne thou.-iiud, two huinlreil and liPv dollar. .
Wuiih of lien apaner iidveiti.-it,, ul utili-heiV
rale, given for STinl. ami a three inonit,.' in.iu
ucceptetl iu -layinent from adveiliaersof le.poii
alhilitr. A j , r 1 1 1 1 as. I list, giv iinrnaiiie. char if r.
actual daily anil vti kly circulation and ri hi di.lr
late of a P ertl-iu, M-et Iree to tiny tth'.n-,.
Apply to lien IV I.'ovkell A Co., Seii.,, i
Adveiti-ini; .X';eitl, It l'tnk llow. N V .
I i-J '- tin
G. D WILLIAMSON,
An I Ivaler in
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKt IAl.atU'Utioi Kireu tofonsvninentii an t
So r-'U'uhin iA-rev,
t r, if.
VAiiiri v Kiuiir..
waOLESAIl AND RKTAII..
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
Ooruar 1 Olh St. avnil Cou-Drela A
C 0 PATIER & CO.