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FRIDAY, OCTOUKIJ fi, 18Ct.
Ladlen all praise "BurtellV
Aok for Alfonl'H X-'X Ague Itemedy.
Union linen 2o centH per yard, at
. - -
Sixteen HteamhoalH arrived In thirteen
The Hons of Temperance will meet tlilo
evening, Ja Odd FeiiowH J fall, at 7J
Mr. George E. Lounsberry, of -Mound
City, well-known in Cairo, vras iiihtalled
It. W. Junior Grand Warden of Illinois
Masonic Grand Lodge, at Springfield,
on thoGth Inst.
Particular attention lit directed to tlio
advertisement of hook for tlio million
Marriage Guide in another column. It
nhould be read by all.
r m t
The following nro tho hid received by
Comptroller, for sidewalk lumber:
rorlit rta IWO. nu MllM,
II. H Hneneer.. ..... I3 ) ...J) w tUI'T'rl
Wm. M. Wmiama....... VZ M CO "
wu,riiire Hro. . . vs to ... :w to
Jame U IUu. ...... . . V) ( . S'. uo
t It, Vt,JrJ ..it 10 ...WW "
1 Napoleon hates docs since his favorite,
Nero, died. We wish Nap. were City
Marshal of Cairo. He would in that
event have nbundftit opportunity to vent
his dislike of dogs, and might put out of
the way a thousand or two.
IJy using Mrs. Wliltcoinb' Hyrup
for children many n doctor's bill can be
laved and much sullbrlng averted.
Head the advertisement In another col
imu. 1'nr ile Clicip.
I Will nil the house In which I am 11 v
.ng, onJWashlngton Ave., near cor. 7th,
for StW, If applied for soon. Also two
dtsiral !e ItAt on Center ht. at $275 a lot.
3t E. 1. Ul'KI.J.VOHAJI.
It c.uitaliis no quinine tiorarenlc. AN
i jrd's xX Ague Hemwly.
The woman's right convention at St.
LcuIh U a success. It has lwen wctl
patronized. Mrs. Liver more, of Chicago,
who turned to the wall and wept becnu
it was a girl, n the heavy aponker, and
.MI' lAutli ny, who hits often turned to the
wall an 1 wept became It was neither
boy nor girl, appears each evening in the
character of Why don't the men pro
poic?" Many dlstlnglidied crowing hens
vq J rctu.t.
( II.V Tux t ri, '1'itUo JVullre.
On I'n lay tho loth instant, I ahull
mmti.i-. preparing for publication a
1st of all the town lots and parta of loti,
n tho c ty of Ca!ro,upon which the taxus
'.r the r cut year remain unpaid. I
give tins i. j'.Icc ttiat all who fed fc- dli
I ael i:ny save coiti by making twiy
ment I r rt Hi- lists are placed In the
I :u, 1st f tl i rinter.
i s , C.ty Treasurer and Collector.
An ixj ' ritneed and killful j.iunu tu
ner, n-iit ( ut by a well-known St. JMils
.nn to tut ( their own pliui, will arrive
in this city In a few days, In the proe
nutlon of his bulncf!. and during hM
iiy In tl e city will hold hlmsiolf subjoot
to the onkra of thof-e needing pianos
tuned. Order, left at Piano and Whee
Krand AMIfon's Sewing Machine rooms
of J. C Carson, Eighth street, will re
ceive prompt attention.
October , d)t.
Among the moat oxtcmlve Hour mer
chants, not only in Cairo, but In tho
Northwest, are Messrs. llalliday Uros.
During tho past eight years they have
made the sale of Hour a prominent fea
ture of their business, supplying the
towns and villages within two hundred
miles of Cairo, on terms with which St.
Louis, Evansvillo and Louisville
Arms have beon unable to compete. At
this time they are moro extensively In
tho business than over, helling moro
Hour, perhaps, than any single firm lu
the Mississippi valley.
A lliiriflarloim I'mceiilln;.
On the night of the 8th Instant,!! negro
man, believed to bo Georgo Stevenson,
entered the dwelling house of Mr. Mc
Cormlok on Commercial avenue,botweon
Fourth and Fifth streets, through a roar
door, and attracted therefrom sovoml
pillows, fiheets and blankets, worth In
thoaggregalo fromjtwenty to thirty dol
lars. Joo Arnold being apprized of the
burglary, instituted inquiries, and noon
found tho bedding where tho black
Hcamphad sold tbom at about one fourth
their value. Of course they wore re
stored to thoowner,leaving thopurchnser
hhort tho amount ho had paid to the
Nlnlon Totatrro Itecoverctl.
About two weoks ago, wo mentioned
the loss of a caddy of tobacco from the
Cairo wharf bout. On Wednesday, Joo
Arnold found it in tho possesslnn of Mr
Patrick Mockler, who had bought it from
n negro, paying him one dollar therofor.
The negro told Mr. M. that he had been
working on tho steamer White, and that
tho Captain, being short of funds, paid
him oir in tobacco. The 'caddy was one
of a lot consigned to Mr. H. Meyer, and
was worth about sixteen dollaro. The
name had been hacked out, but as the
tobacco was of a peculiar brand, It wa'H
easily ludontlfled as tho property of Mr.
I'UIII.ISIIKD II Y JOHN II. OIir.ltt.Y A CO.
M. 11. llAItltlil.I., A8SOCIATK EDITOR.
"Uarrclt's" superb hair restorative.
Ender'H Chill Cure Nover Falls.
IttiklnrNM Home rrltciit.
That eligibly situated business house
No. SThorntou'fl block, Tenth street, is
for rent. Apply on tho premises.
U'IIIIimii Miirlln ami Jncoli Jlnrtln.
Wo aro informod that the nnmo of
William Martin, tho democratic candi
date for County Treasurer, is, In some
quarters, confounded with that of Jacob
Martin, late City Comptroller.
Mr. William Martin, although a resi
dent for many ytfara of the city, has held
no municipal office, except that, of select
councilman, wlucbJio now .holds.. Ho
has nevilr acted aildsscSBor deputy asses
sor. Ho has, in truth, had no pnrtin.tho
management of city affairs, past or pie
sont, except in tho capacity of select
Ho has alwayH, under all clrcum
stances, shown himself a Ktrafght for
ward, unflinching democrat, voting the
regular ticket over time, never faltering
in his fealty to tho party, even In tho
dark day thai tried men's political
ncrvo to tho'ut'mdst. ' ltecognizlug iljla
fidelity, and buliuviug him, competent to
satisfactorily discharge the duties of the
offlw, the democracy selected him bh
their oandidale for County Treasurer.
Jacob Martin ts not, and never was, a
candlnatc tor the office orCoiInly Treas
urer, or atiy other county olllcn.
Don t Shake! use Alfonl'H
Best f quarter pillow Klip
cent per yard, at Itellly'a.
Appended Is the monthly report of
Treasurer Jlylaud, from which can be
gleaned a correct understanding of the i
condition of tho city tnastiry :
-rntli ItoDtlih Ptm. m. n( . f hv llnTinw. hy John J
lr I, IWli .
(HCNi'KA I. KD.VJI.
T A rX. MhAhwmIJt, foe
T; F Mr. I'. !., lr Jul.,.
T K MuoMr. Y.U. fHf Jul)
I" 8lMlll'.-jr. I',M m .Kvit.
Tu AiiKKlDt ri'viflYrum Julio
If j land, ( irtr. nnxt
T"ftiittn( f'irf from K..X.
BjSrrip fittmf uvt r.-
hf fUlMK' in lorJ l ui.d. .
tiu,i;i k fii",:i vi
To tahwc ii m Utt rcf'ft,.S 1JM4 (
y rviac .MMfwi lon.l
ily r..'..i.. .1. ai.niutf fuuJ-
TvImUhmm itclwt rptrt.? tf M.,
, T . ttaM m twr but n-poru. 9T: a
'I hiwmi nm vtd Ut m Sakn
1 iaioftoM fcrl ).(
l 1)HlS4 wUIt COM
I n.mrt ta inli"5ttlKi
l.Tt W t I.Kt SO
FIM4.VO AND OlUDINCi KL'NI.
To xnoonl m pr lat rpw t S
SI'KCIAIj INTKRIMT KL'ND.
To Maooat rweitwl frm John
UjUdJ, Citr C'ullortor. n
ao ounl of for $ KO (V)
Good all linen shirt bosoms at ?2 50
per dozon at KcIIIt's. tf
SHOT THKOrO'H Till) HKAD.
a Tr.immr.n aitaik si:aii tiieiies.
Something over a month ago lawyer
Hutlor was called to Thebes, In this
county, tp defend a couplo of negro meu
against a criminal charge, preferred
against them by a neighboring farmor
by tho namo of Hogan. It seems that
negroes hnd cultivated a patch of corn
that was a favorite resort of an unruly
horse, tho property of Hogan. Tho ne
groes drovo tho animal from their com
time and again, butaaoften aalt wanted
a "good Bfiuaro meal" it riHurnod. FU
nally tho dusky agriculturalist lost all
patience. For tho Uozonth tlmo they
haw tho pestiferous visitor making sad
havoc in their growing grain,
and concluded they woutU'nt
stand It any longer. So sallying forth,
ono of them with a shot cun and tho
nlhor willi a butrJier lenifo. thev (lis
patched tho corn-devouring animal in
fclmrl order, one of them mittlnu a heavy
charge of shot in it carcasa and tho
other cutting Its throut. Of courso Ho
cmn sued, and tho notrroes securing But
ler to defend thorn, of lourao they were
nnnultted. Did the mattor rest bore ?
Not quite. A few days ago a resldont of
that locality visited a neighboring patch
or woods, wnerv, among oiner itungs, ne
un.w tho dead bolv of ouoiof tho negroes.
A mcro glanco'Hhowcd'thattho head h'ad
been porforatod by a rllle ball. The
other negro, warned by tbe.futo of his
partnerjled tlio countryt. loavIn house
hold efieets, crop, and everything else to
take caro df themselves. Where ho
has flown no one knows.
Considerable excitement prevails in
tho neighborhood, but as. yet no arrests
havo been made.
CAIKO AXI) ST. LOUIS ItAILHOAl).
The of board directors of tho Cairo and
St. Louis railroad company met In Mur
physboro, yesterday, in pursuance of
notice given, and t ratified tho
arrangements for building tho
Cairo and Ht. louls railroad,
ontorcd Into between the executive
committceof tho board and Col. Mltchol.
In conformity with one of the conditions
of tlio arrangements, Col. Mitch
ell was elected as one of the
directors, and Col. Taylor re
signing Ids ofllco as president of the
company, Col. Mitchell was chosen as
his successor. Col. Taylor was mado
chairman of the executive committee.
Thus is provision made for tho con
struction of tho Cairo and St. Louis rail
road. Col. Mitchell has the needful
means and appliances to prosecute tho
work with great vigor, and as ho pro
poses an immediato commencement, wo
shall not be surprised If the C. &. St. L.
Is the first road, among the number con
templated and under way, Mulshed Into
A A tit (or Ht. I.ouln lo Crack.
.Cairo JfjioUlie, most extensive, is cer
tainly tho beat, flour market In the coun
try. There' lire sl'Verftl reasons why this
is and Hhould bo so, which wo do not,
now, caro to enlarge upon. Wo will fca
tisfy ourselves by pointing to evidences
of theact, chief, among which, is tho
presence in our market of St. Louis buy
ers. Yesterday -there were several Hour
buyers hero from St. I.ouIs, who bought
largely, declaring by both word and
deed thHt it is to their interest to buy
Most of the Hour sola In the Cairo mar
ket Is manufactured from the wheat
grown in the neighboring country, and
Is brought bore by river, thus avoiding
expensive transportation. The Hour
hold in St. Louis, or the bulk of It,
is brought in by railroad, and subjected
to railroad freights. The difference thus
created in favor of Cairo, Ia mnull it Is
true; but U enough to have a controlling
The transactions here yesterday were
very heavy, and, but for an inadequate
supply of low grades, which ore in most
active demand, would have been much
heavier. For details we refer the reader
to our price current, wherein the most
prominent tales are carefully noted. In
the evening there were orders on hand
for at leant one thounnd barrels that
could not, on the moment, be supplied,
but which will be In itore to-day.
iKliiifartnrlii: littf rcN.
The furniture manufactured at tho
Southwestern Factory In this city, Is
made In an honest and eubatantial man
ner, and should find ready market at a
good price. At present only common
bedsteads, breakfast, dinner, kitchen
and beer table, one and two drawer
htandn and withstands, i-afcs, etc., arw
manufactured' there ;.but, should the ex
periment prove a succoss, finer furniture
will bo made, and, probably a chair fac
Safch and blinds are alio made and
sold at the Southwestern Factory, at
Chicago price", a reasonable freight
added. The machinery of the establish
ment is new and complete, and of the
most generally approved kind. It only
remains for the people of the country to
learn to patronize home Industry, In
every Instance where they may do to
without a pecuulary sacrifice, to koep
it actively and profitably employed.
To glvo Cairo that prominence her
friends have predicted for her, n manu
facturing Interest must bo fostered and
built up. It will Impart an Inherent life
that nothing else can. Railroads will
prove a great help; but not until the
stocks of factories and mills rise here and
thero and everywhero throughout our
city will wo enjoy that jprosperlty wo
aro entitled to by virtue of our remark
able geographical and commercial posi
tion. Encourngo Joseph McKenzle,
then, who, in the erection of the South
western factory, has taken a btep In tho
direction that must bo followed if wo
would attain emliionco us a city and
thrift and wealth as a people.
First class day board at Walker & Sis-
ou's restaurant, at ?5 per week. tf
Toliitroov, Coiifoct lon, nr..
A splendid and varied stock of chew
ing, smoking tobaccos, cigars, mcrchaum
brier-root and other kinds of pipes, with
everything else usually kept by tobac-
onlstB havo boon laid In by P. Saup 102
Commercial avenue. Thcstock Is unsur
passed In the city.
AUo about 2000 lb3 assorted Now York
candles Jutreceived-ft splendid lot and
for salo cheap.
Drop in and look at the SS0 mcrschunm
pipe that Is to bo rallied of!. ootCdlw
Germnn Sluht fcliol.
Gentlemen desirous of obtaining know
ledge of tho German language, can se
cure a scholarship in the night class now
forming under tho direction of Prof.
"Wlrschlng, principal of tho German
Parties desiring instruction will pleuso
make Immediate application to tho Pro
fessor at his resldenco on Fourteenth
street, between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. oct 5 (ltd.
cards 05 cents per
' . i Ilnriuouln l-'nrao.
The lost and prettiest cook stove now
A new lot just received. Call and see
them at Heenvart, Orth & Co., 136 Com
mercial eveuue. SepO dwlm
I Good towel?, all linen, tlO cents, each,
; atltoilly's. tf
Irish linen, selling at l.'t5, now $1 r,
Irish linen sold at $1, now 75 cents; and
good Irish linen at r0 cents, at Heillv's
Smith's Tonic Syrup has been counter
feited, and tlio counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SMITI I8 TONIC 8 VJIUP.
The genuine article mint havo Dr.
Joir.v Dt'M's private stamp on each bot
tle. Dr. John Uur.r, only has the right
to manufacture and sell tho original
John J. Smith's TONIO SYItUP, of
Louisville, Ky. Examine well the.lnbol
on each bottle. If my private stamp is
not on the bottle, do not purchase, or you
will bo deceived. Seo my coiumn adrer-'
tlsomcntj-aud myshowcard., gl will pros
ecute any ono Infringing on my right.
Thormut;K Smith's Tonic Syjiup can
only be prepared by myself.
The public orvent.
Dr. John Hull,
Louisville, Ky., Oct 23.1868. m ,
"Barrett's" keeps, .tho har In place.
In use." 11 '
Hitters !-"Tno best
P. Saup has opened a restaurant at"102
commercial nwnuef near -Sixth htreot,
jiud lu calliuj; public attention .to, Jt
deslreii to tay that Jt will be conducted
n a manner that will at iinqo commend
it to the jmtronngd of the respcctablo
portion of the community. The rooms
are handsomely carpeted, furnished 'In
excellent style, whero guests will bo en
tirely secure from Intrusion. The best of
everything, including oysters in all
styles, game, fish and all tlio substantial
edibles will be nerved in first class style,
to order. Tho patronage of gentlemen
and ladles, and families Is sollalted, tlio
proprietor guaranteeing courteous atten
tion and good fare. octCdlm
It Crnns the Chills, Alford's xx Ague
Linen .sheeting 12 quarters wide,? 75
cents per yard, at Hellly's. tf
Ahmi'i Itcmly nml i:tliiilj.
From its perfect purity and uniform
fctrengtli, Doolky's JJakinu Powur.itean
be safeloy relied on as the Lett and
mott economical baiting pow tier in tito.
No Miort weight, as each can contain
tho full net amount represented, autl
tho same quantity is guaranteed to lust
longer and give hotter satisfaction In mil
king rolls, biscuits, pastry, fec., than
any other article known. Manufac
Dooi.KVit IliiOTiti:it,,New York."
.nclty for Cnlro -Klu Jmwtliclmcr
' WiirMnmrUt. ' )
Will be held at the hall of our old
friend, John Scbcdl, Sunday afternoon
Oct. 10th, commencing at -1 p.m.
Anybody who knows old Papa Schcel,
IsMitJsfieil that Vbnt6vor ho gcU up In
hucli a line wJI! be it success, and wo
hope that anybody who lovoa u good
brnt wurat with sourkrout and trim
mings, will not fall to make his nppoar
ance. UhrJg's premium St. Louis Lager
Iieer will Lhj dealt out nccompanicd by the
swoet strains of Wittig'sfctrlng band.
Only 2fi ct. for n dish of Durkhelmur
Come one; come all!! 3t
"Barrett's" a substitute lor wigs.
Use Ender's Chill Cure. "It never
' "T.inViKlcr" SVa t or.
noma Wt, lUy Itunituvl C"!osr.- lor tliMolN
rlnti'l ttie t'ti, Cunmilt vour 'tiifort itunriK '"l
wMtlhtr hivI u tli-sert'frrt)iliiirtU'U-. Al Itm
liruc ttntt on Hi I.fTpcyotjt'nn rriwhut you ont m
V TTACHMENT NOTICE.
ruiiM ill ,iexniiurt "uni)",
In the I'iretiit Cnrt of Aioxnit'lrr tVninly, lit jiiuif,
jMiiurjr Trrni, ISJU.
J,.hn f'lnl! lltfr, l.nrU A l'g. In Att.vlmitiit.
lu-tniui I l.Jui
NotU'i' in hcrHlit Kirrn to ni. IliinilJ DoJcn. J jml
X Co.. llit nwrlt vf MtArhiiunt liu U'cn kUl outuf
the Dill' (if th (1rle nf thf Circuit Court nf ilie Mill
(iinty odtrttc, ut idt mil of tlio mill Jolm t'lull
ftinl .wilntllirrtitBof von. !. mill ltoHg, Ijotil i
Co., for U'ti liunlrt'i ni.1 ftlty ami -rni)-ht' ono
lmiiHriMltlK iLillaro, tioito lntcrfl, dirit(l lo tho
Mifrirt .f fntJ 'nmt lurxpcute, uliu-lt mhI ur.t hia
lfn ri-luniKl ly Shi rill'x'iiiwl by Mtaehintf
i. line iiori-H i an, : tiiir .iuit'. . I'.iru ny Miiifi.
nil 1 I too II Mill". 'J Ulnok llorrr-, if Hay Jlnrsff. 8
(iruy ll"r-. I I'ttk H' t-i iift'l i Huy llorx-i. ih
.r'imrt) -if I" tilt", I.opl .V (i Niiir niili-4 vmii, lliu
hk! ImU", !irl X Ui, .ill iHrwiAlly UmiI iut
lfirt' Hiv Cir uit i'f.ur f f'l t'nnl uiillxifir-iljy
of Hit- next li'iin ili-rr-f. i bo Imlili'n In llii't'ity of
Cairo, in MUl l niily, mi llm llunl Mnniluy lu ihu
Month of January ntl, ifivlal Lull inl J'Ip.icJ lo
ilio Hrlmn, iii'lijinf ni uill Ik i nliTivl hlmil.I iiiii In
f.torof lliu ni l Jiiiililt uuiltlui projicriy nllAclinl
tuM to .ttify tlii' amo Willi wu,
JillfM) HAItMAN, Clerk.
Alton, Wel-tiA llutlor, 1'IsiiUiiVh Attorne)'.
Cjhu, llhiiui,hv'U'iiiUT HJu.
l-trtti of IHinnm, I
AlriMtijci .iiinjy Ciiciut
Alex:ui.liT Coumv. I " Cotlrt.
Jiw.l, Klmc . WiIIIaiii M. Vi'llltiiim, h. )h Il
ium for ineolmnlo'ii lien.
l'ulilic iiotire in liervby :rcitbatln nuruanop of
nn order, Judciiirntkiid demo rendered nnd entered
of rooord lu tlio ftlmo enlitltil emce, lu uld
yircult Court of Aluxniidrr vounty, lllmol, at tho
uly term thorf of, A. II. lsOM,
1, John i, Jlnrmnn, Matter In Chancery, for raid
Court, Mill, on tho Firt day of ivtober, A. I). 1W, at
thre 13) olidoek In Ihft nnernooii of aald day, bell at
pulilic miction, to tho lilt;tu I t'ldder, furraih, at the
door of hCuurlhuui, in ihi city of Coiio. In aaid
cotmlv, allthrrifiht and t (tl nf Almlinn Willlaina
nnd itlliiin M Williiiiiia niiljjcet lo tho rlljht of re.
li'inition, nnd ult.o nul.eit to nil therltihls, tniervl"'.
mlatu mid Teudur'n llpu of .vimm-l StruilK Tnvlor and
Ivlwiii VirMir.., 7rtli f. of the (.Wro City iVojiertyj I
lu ijiJ lulliy lolloHiiDf ui'M-rilji'd real ct.-ifi, ituuiti (
the co,unly ! Alexander, sinto orillinoni, to-irll i
in In the rinh'nd.liiinn t i the ritv of Cairo, and dealt;.
i nalud uiitlio iiia'imr t.a il.neofi wiiftli l In to duty
! lecorded Uv hiuuul ikiiats 'I .tyUnuid lldwin I'arnous.
' Trustee of the CinroOitv PlOferly.iiJ lot nuinleied
one, In hliM'k iiiiiitoriil'r.Mir, oielher mill nil und
I xiiisular, tliehr.i'H nairheU'V. ruen,ii'iit and here.
iliuimoiiN Iherfiintol.elonic ug. "
JolIN o. IIAHMAN. Matter lu Clwneem
Cairo. Ill .yunttfiiiherlilli. A. ).I.IM. ei'llt
' A'oung litttUcH
I And hoe who nro oilers )'"'iuj(f men ami "Id men',
the ru li undjihori thine vhoba!1 Mark ih nuiKhrkt
lltoe iho-iiio i;ray , and l'n nh.o, havinsl'-lthrir
li.vr and am gi mns i nfa n all line llanclt'n VeeU
1 l'!c Hair lU-at'-Mi it If yon hue n"t isne.1 U go al
I or. nnd tfet a hot!u. Irejay'i4 the nlrre, n.ntieir
at iro 1 U i pen-r.il iieA.liiuarterii for tut ai tlcl In
fc'iuihcrn linno , Ke murky and .Mitiaurf.
ir vim wnii t
MMcrlnltoma' cauo.Hrl.otlloof Ihobost ir.ilr Tit-torlltoer-r
nsl for restoring grflyMlrto User)?
irinl color, mil rctnti for n f-Utyt,
II Ton Wuii
Nio While Teeth, Iff lll,y r,,,,.,,, ml nawt.0tl)reMli
?tn. for our TURKISH HENtP.IFICH, ,,rir., 3".
If Ycm Wntii
A uroFiirr for HpAilnxlir. r.iUnli, l'. rn.-.., . r I iu
ting in !! fr, afnd for our HrKUNUTVrojvr
I'rlco .15 cnia,
utt. VMhtr of lliflU)te iit rx-t-i-.nl. nn --.pt
'A'l'lrc-Joph K. fh-lur, 131 Markit ntrft, ft
A Knr Collrrllon.-ltOM lnnilNlti rlfr
HiKloArtf, JiroTrlo, Mo., omjirliiln raliMtio
Infvnnntion for ercryboily. Hnt hy mull, (frtu cf
I6ifej for .'0 rciil.
Aifilrrsi 11. K. .VOflMANDr, M Mi.rt.et t,t t, Hi
WiIp, Mo. Mi2TilTly
. Hrnlic'fi Colleiiilmi
Of nfarly onnhunilrod rtvcipl.i fur making l.r.imiy
Mlkindiot Wine, riln, Ale, llorr, Conlmls, Hnpcrict
Clilrr, And much other ti-efnl Information for Ihotc
ilrallnK lnr manufacturing Any of tho nlxivn. oitNr
for tho tfsde hrliomMni'.
ffptbj mall, frc of jimtnue, turSOccnta. Addr
n, NORMANDY, Ml .Mnrkcl alreot, HI. Louis, M:
--.?feT aiii rlt illile
AN KSSAT I'OIt VOI'.VO MKN, on rhytiologif.il
Krrora,C46ufcAnd Hiarn-o, Iticldtnt to Touth and
fUrly Manhood, hlch creato ImpcJIrnenli to MAIt
KIAdf; wittnur mean of . lief. Hont in oealej ftt
ter entelopf, free ef charg" A Idreia, Dr. H HK1L
J.lrl ilTJOHTO.V, Howard Asaoelatlon, l'hlltlrl
' BT ISAM BOATS.
JpiOH EAS'l'I'OHT AND AVATEKLOO
nisfiut.AU iiiunsDAV imc'krt.
.HZrk Th lKht dranaht .teaMor ALPHA,
T. H KVMA.V, MaMer, W. K. IIVKIU",
tlerk, wilt leare for (he a I re anil all Intermedials
'TUNNKSril! IlIVIMl, HVI'.ItV THUK8IUY KVEN
Tho Alpha er.nniwrV yat rMnrill" 'ih lri.ni
f'T (MHrktrille, ll.'wlins; ire-n awl luiavllle, anl
at .Tohnonvltle with trilna for MuhrltVa.
lletiirnluu alic ronnota at Cairo with xtetn.Tf ar. 1
train- for nil iihta. anl'-'il
TkK light dra ight iaaeoger StMmcr
H. T .VORTIIFUN... Matr,
J. V. IlKVKIII.r - Cleilr.
Wll. make reRUler DAII.V TKIIM beMaen Cairo and
I'adutAh, learlHi; Ciiro vry meainx (Matdaya vi
vei'Ujd) at file o'ulM'k.
tUi WhMeeimim:U at I'talneith M'llMliiNow Orlen
and Ohio railroad, bad tnuOumWiinniinnd Tenui s
titer finikala. i
r'rfreli;htoriiAei9RtplHtord.r lo '
lanttdtl Cairo. lll,noi.
REGrLAIt CAIRO AND EASTt'OIVl
.sti:ai:ic a. iukj:i:.
I.'! Cairo ftorv MOXDAT KVKXINO, nklbfi
close conuuetlen with tr.ilnat ImdviIIm ter Cla-kt-villi),
n At J.lin-"n lie, with trmtufii Naahvli e
l'rftl" ular iiit-i.Mt' j akI t" way biiinM.
Tlii I.iiiiilou tiinrlerlv lleilrit,
'Mir Killnclitii't; Iti'Vieii,
Tin AVi'tliiiltiUIrr Itlcu,
Tile .orlli IIi'llMi Iti'tli-n,
IllurluvootlVt i;lln,iirff MhkhHhu.
Tl" r ITilt i.f I'll- I en I iiy IjilATlelllv Ui l i'.'Vk
od are now liidiiwuall lo all mh- .Je.ir I , k ,
theinaeUea fully Infrme I alth reMVd Int.. t'l-u
aHlHoetanf the day. aa vie l.y lha baat -ln l.ir
and rouiideat thinker- In l-mtl HntAin. Tb "inn -
tolora lo tti iMur i'f ilie-w Rj.t-lewM im i
aland .it the hr-l ! the I i of Kiiatlali r
ricn'iv-e, lleliaMoii. Art and llei eral UUralnr.-.
whatever l Unrlhy nf iltaruaa.on tind allat,l:ou i:
the liagea of the..- Keiiew anil llaekoHl. Vt-o .-
ruly ii .ogrval thai no -ulwriir ean tall to Im aatta.
fied.' 1litf i t ri'i'lieali, hi iiiMmI with IhoKHIl'li
fidelity luUie Knuli-h ' j, au l are urtvrml at iirw-vx
which .lte them xitliln raach uf alt.
Term for I MID. War
Any one of Ilie lleiiewa i I 00
Any two of the llerieMn T H)
Any three of Ihe lli'i e 10 l
All four of the 11. lewa 2 ()
lIlmkwfxMl'i Maajine - ... .. t a t
IlUokxood and au) ouoKviivw 7 )
lllackwooil and any two Itavlewa 10 to
HlvkwiKxl aielany tlira lUvlt ........, 13 (
Iila kit -an I li e f..ur Uevlava It t
A ilm-oiintof twenty r eeut. will to ai:owt l
eluba of four or more m ra. 'Iliua, fuur oue ct
lllack'iootl, uruf one uf the HuTiew, will h'j at'Bt I"
ono addreaa for 111 M.
riul;vribr aliotiM fepuy Uy tba n,iarat. al I ne.
olhce of deliTi ry. The -tiie to any ri of the
rn1tflHittetwa i ivn a iiuinle-r. fhlarat amy
atipliea to current anl'M-rititioua. IN.rbaak nnmlxr
Ihe pAntaReU ilouMe.
Tonus lo ;fcv .Sulisri llii'in.
New aahacriUr. t. an two of the atoro jteriOdl
cala for 1W Will ! entitled lo iweaive, ratl, anv MO
of ihe four Htiiewa Ar iMe. .New mW rltora fo ail
live of the pei.u I. ft.r lw uiav rcoeho. uiAlu,
llluokvood urany to of the four lleew fur IW.
HnbiH-rlN'ra may. hy aiidyinK oarly, oWahi tjk
aela of the lletiewn fr.m Jantiiry, 1-.(A, lo Dn-erator,
U, nnd cf Dliu-kwMKi'a Maeamie troni J.inuar),
ImW, to Decnntor, lMf, at half the rurrvnl ubvri
tut' .Neither premium to anlwriliTi, nordlacuBt
oiluli,iior redii' id pn. i f r hack number), ran l
allowed, tinlex Hi" inoneM reiiuued direct Ui i):e
pulillihern. .Vopremiuma can to givi n toclnli?.
Tlio I.eoiinrd Seoll I'ulillalilii Co,
ltorutiuii Teid, Now Yoik.
Tl0j8. 1'l'H.CO.ftlao jmUt.li lte
I. y Henry Slephena. of Kd'nglmrg, and ihe lavto J,
Noiion,iif Vale College. - vol-, royal octavo,,
nagea, nnd numerous timravliiija. 1'ricf, V 0
II. .. I... .....II ..a.I 0
;ho tw.i vola-hy mall, poat paid
ciitup ron cash i
Unnlnea t'nrN, llrtl 61 to 37 ler I00U
NleiiniltoAl IIIII Ilen.U . S.I lit 88 ier 100O
Kiivlot $3 to 8K prr I0OO
IIIII lleiula, 81? fr Itcnali
Oilier Wm It In I'rniurtlou-
WK (JUAUANTKK SATISFATIOX.
BOOK AND eTOJJ OFFICE
. t, yhrqtvn'a Uuirliife', Tixtii m,4.
LLtlTnViSll'bauulu3 arlTalVto to
O had narclaya' tju mine fret from bUUraeai, sod
yet containing ul) ihe v rtueaif i mmon iju'alne.