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ASCAI.ON I.OItdH, NO. 51.
Kiik-liM f l' tliiiin, iiioiHcii ry I'rl'
day night lit Imll'-pasl noun, in (Mil
l-'clloMS' Hull . Pi nil II (Jimsmam,
1 1: ti ! lor Ciiiiiiiuiiidcr.
At.KVANIIKIt I.nlMlti. MO. -ill.
Iliili-iK'inlciit Onlir r (lild-Kil-
If low, iiiitu cury 'lliiiiintny tiliilit
!WS ill liuir.Uu.l m.i.ii. Ill tinir il l mi
Commercial uunue, ht-twri-li Sixth mill Sutrtilh
11ILTIS I j itrimi , ,i . u
, 1AIIIO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. V'., Uinta
Oln iMd-Krllunii' Hall oil the HrHtund IhliiJ
I nudity In cut)' month, ut half-pusl M'Mti
.Imi II. OllkllLY, ('. I'
I AIHO I.OD(li:. N0.!E17,A.K. A A.M.
Ilolil HViilnr riiinininilditloin In .sin-
futile Hull, rorinr I ointni rrl it ittHini
v ii I I. In lit ii etrii'l. (ill llir ri'conil unil
uurta .ilon.luv or null In. mill.
'I'lils Is a new stylo of pleitire now be
Injf produced liy Win. Winter, Hit- ri it I.-t ,
til litis city. Those pictures ate creating
much Interest In till the principal Kaslrrll
tinil Western cities, beht;; iiltiintlier new.
'I'hey arc unlike photograph, lielnj;
raletl nntl beautifully cniuneleil over (lie
entlte sin law, coll In tone, but distinct In
tlio lights and shades. No one who soo
them falls to admire them, or to give the
nitlt mi order. Wo have heen show tin
number of picture of well-known ladle
and gentlemen of the elty, and have no
hesitation In proiiounolnjctheni perfectly
splendid. We would therelore ndvI-' all
who take Interest In audi inatter-i or de
site picture", toeall upon .Mr. Whiter nt
his gallery and examine hl work In this
new br.in'h of the shadow-capturing ait.
I. mils llrrlicrl hits I'l I.s i:N i:it.
llnn'l l oixi l !
If you want (Inwaie, stove' etc.. that A.
llalley has changed hi- place of business
and enn now he found al 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Arab engine
house, where he will he pleaed to Mr
j on and give you barjriiln- n of old.
' ' :w'lf "
( litems I'li'Hiicil.
I'er-oiis having cistern- niedin;: putnp
hijr out and repairing can have It done
promptly and at price to suit the time,
by c;dlhu? on .1. Hawkins meet.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time lor the purpose. !MC-tf.
hur;, tokuov, that the place to got
i otli shave,
A . oud -hatupoo,
A lahitmiblc hair-ru',
(Jr ail) thins In that line,
Is nt the UK.isn CK.Nrii.it. lt.uihi:i:---Miop,
cone r Kighth and Commercial,
tis-tf .1. (.tKouuc tirxi.suotE.
I,II.M;m:II ill I U llerbi'l-tV
rr Dr. Sherman, the jjreat Special
1 t. r0 N.jrth Sixth street, has gained an
enviable reputation in the .-pcedy manner
in whi' h he treat all chronic dl-eascs.
s adv-rtbu'inelit for hi - jrrent Syphilitic
l.r.fllealor, indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. '.MS-lyr.
Iiilvrcsl mi ll.posll-..
T A'-mtulcr County Hank Kill jwy In
r . ' .i 'Irjxmtlt in th tar'uig tlrpnrt-
ill he "I Krnnitnl-
f , Koch hn leuioved his liot and
Mice -hop from thu old stand to his
new brick biiildlnjr (one block below).
No. n rommerclal avenue, lwtweeii
1 H'h and Sixth street, where he will
k- ep the he-t hoiiie made and St. I.oul
en-toni mtidi' limit- and shoos made of
th bo-t inateiiiil : yood workman-hip
and in the lale-t Mylc. All ordei
lirnnptly attended to. O-W-tl.
I'll i;XKi: at Louis HeibertV
To lli- 'ltleii. ul C'fllro.
I would Inform my many friend', tint I
in Mill In the auction lui-lni""', and ready
to utli'lid to all Kile, that may uITer. My
loii cNpcrltiico In thin liu-lnc?j uceiN.no
comment I. I uo experiment on my part,
and parties entriiMhij,' ;ooil to my care
need not lie afraid, as I am no "jiilb" ir
ioIce hi the biuinci'.s.
.Sppclr.l iitti'Ullou v,ei to ronl e-t.ite find
out-dour calc, a" I Jrive never nit'-ed inal.
in mi sale 1) Haiitm in, Auctioneer.
( orucr Sixth ftrcct and Commercial A v.
ltelli'loiis-IM I.Si:.Vi:it--nl I.ouK Ht-e-livrl'x
A i. I I.iilonlry .
It In now conceded that Mr-. Cofnnan,
the humlrcM1. jNo. IJ Fourth -Irect, bo
twicn Waslihitft in .t Cominercl il aveniteii,
hssonnof tue best conducted laundry is-tabll.-lunents
ill the city, and lundlordj ot
hotels and boarding hou-es will llnd It to
their advautjc to call upon hrr.
Her prices arc us (ollowh i Hotel and
lioardlna-houi'O waliliiff, cent,
dozen. Koi plcco work pr'cm
as follow! Slnglo t-lili t and
l.ir. 10c: ner dozen 80c; ock fie; two
Kirs', fie; two handkerchief, Oc; vctts "Oc;
Mid all Bentlcmcn'H wear, SOc. per
iincn. i.adlc-,' dresJCf, W to r0o;
skirt" 10 to UOc; drawers 10 to 15c; two
1 air hoi-o Tic; two collars Ii to 10c. lfor la
dies nlalu clothes f 1 00 per dozen; (or la-
tiled lino clothes, $1 25 per dozen; done
.i,-.i,..iii- nnd nvoiniitlv delivered, l a-
trona'e solicited. S-:iMm
--A silver ulated No. 0 Wll-on Shuttle
Sowing Maelilne, hard (piano) llnl-h.
valued at Sis:.. Will bu sold at $20 tlU
eotiut, on i;ood terms, mul ordered direct
front the factory.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
ellyol Cairo at $2 TiO each (hall price.)
A No. I) WlNon Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at Will be sold at $15
ilNeounl, and ordered direct from the
A $90 Itomlnglon Sowing Machine
$:i() otl for cash, .Suitable lor tailor or
boot unit bliou ti'.aiiufaeliiier,
"I'leturesque America" IS numbers
bound In 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
Abtylo "12," "Cloush, Warren A
ro.'s" Parlor Orftan. rlht from the fac
tory at Detroit. List price, $:!00. Will
Ije sold t'ot $200.
A new tw'o-hoi'so Gambia wncon,
For any of thu above articles, apply nt
the litJLU!TX.N- offlce. K. A. Uumhett.
it i i;s or
Ai i:iti isi.vc.
L"AI1 Lllls fiiriidliilllnK, due nml my
llllll" IV Mis ini K
lian-lcnt luhcillKliij? will lie iii'irtnl ntllm
rate nfjl (O icr Miiiiic fur 11i llrnt IiimtIIihi
aiul riciiitu for iiii'Ii nnliiiiuit onu. A lllx'inl
ilHcoinit will lie inu'lv mi m iinlliii' aiul iliaptuy
licnl iiulit ., Imi.Iikyh or otlo iulei', M ill lie
iliurKHl ten I'liitu r line Tor Ilic Hint unit llir
mil IVir well nililllloinil lii-iTtloii, ((.limiting
the IIiii ami iipitnnl) u iliicniint s 111 lit niaile
iiltrr llilrl in, tioti
Clitni li, Mnrlely, lYnlivat and Supper tioliii
M ill mil) lie lii-i tlcil in ;i.hcrll-uicnt
I'nr lil'i-ililii; I'llhirnl nnllie l ISJ .Vulicpof
tnutlnif urnorivlini or fMiul unli is Mici-iiln lor
Cm Ii in-crtloli.
No adicrliwinent will I m vHcil nt lc h tlem
" 1 rut .
,s vsorN'i:sii:. is.
trj"Alllioiincnmmita $5 ciinh In varia
bly In uilvnticf". No execntloiiM to tljln
mi! j iicasi r.i:u.
I ilium lii t.i l iin I'I'Sm1 announce W')l. .
CDliM AN ii a I'limllitatr lorlliciilllcunl I ..only
'I iitiHUIi-r iitut A-f-or ul Ha. i iimiIiik Nutilii
We hit nillliorliit to ininoiitic- JOHN A.
UKL i: h h cnudid Hi- I'or the olllcc of minty
I ii-uirr mid AKinir, ul tin- iwuliii? NnUin-
WV tire ntitluirl.d to iinmmiK JOHN" I'
II 1. 1. V ii- iicindldnlH n,r ('omit) I imiuiiTiit tin-cii-uinif
I Oil COMMIsMONI'll.
Wear.- le ilioiicd to iinnoiim c Ilic nntneof
l.l:oltl.l W . .I.Mo- nf I lii ln i, n-a can
duljtefoi Ilic iillli C"i ( tint) ( iiluliii-niicrnf
Alcxiiiulcri mnly nt tin iiiiilnr" i lection.
TUKSDAV, OCTOIIKIt II", 1S75.
I.iicnl AVeiiltirr Itejmrt.
, Oct. IS.IsT.I.
Vi:l. I Wcsiii.
Hail I Tiik
. 2"4 I
; t ail.
p.m. ; x i-d (
A Cool. MiiiiIciI.
A ooi cook wanted immediately at
the 1!cm.i:tin olllee.
Taylor Is a-raln in New
Sunday wd a griod day for the II very
The Pari-h ,'ehool ojienesl lit it new
fiunrters yeeterday morning.
Five candldatei! are out for the oltlco
ot eotiutv treatirer.
lied haw are rip;, and the boys went
for them lively on Sunday.
Choice cranberries at the New-
I'he wind Inn been very bih for the
pat few days, hi till- section.
Mr. Iloluies of .Mound City, is in
Cairo vi-ltiti'' her friend.'
Wild niiienaiv said to be abundant
in the woods about this elty.
.luilue Iiros, who retnrnol Irom I'co-
ria on Saturday, commenced a term ol
the probate court yesterday morning.
Mr. Heath, of Ceiitralia, mother o1
our lollov-itl.en. Dr. lJuimhix. 1- pay-
1 1 1 ii her rou it mt.
Mr. 'i'lioinas I.ewN. lately ea'hler of
the Alexander County 11 ink, I now In
Te.xa-, in the life Insurance biuiue.ss.
Anions the arrival at the St. Charie-
on Sunday, were Mr?. l.:imbetb tiud ron,
who haye ju-t arrived in tills country
from slmiiKhal. China.
The lt toek of xi-ntleiueir.- 1oe
in the eitv at O. Ilaythoru A Co'.-.
The many IrientU of Mrs. II. C. Uhl,
ol this city, will be plea-ed to learn that
he Is much improved in health. hc !-
now In Sprluylleld.
Mr. Thomas N. I.lud, the -.tep-Mther
of Mr. Wood llitteiihoitse and Mr. Shu.
I'ltienhoii-e, ot this city, tiled near Cleves,
(Jhio, last week, of dropsy.
The Columbus (Kelituck) )Mtnengtr
:iy two eiitlemen of that elty arc about
to purchar-e a hotel In Cairo, and jjo Into
A small back kitchen connected with
the hott-e occupied tiy .Mrs. McCollou.i;h,
on Seventh street, took lire yesteiday
about noon. The lire was put out before
much daniajrc was done.
lirore lloey, a stranger in these parts
got drunk on Sunday and was arieited
by olllecr llrown. lie was ;lvcn a trial
before .lude lllrd, who lined him live
dollars ami costs.
(ient'.s line custom hoots and -hoes
in all new style, at O. Ilaythoru .V (Vs.
The remains ol Mr?, rilman, the
lady who died ?o suddenly last Friday,
were taken to l'adiicah on .Saturday,
where they were interred In the .Tewi-h
Cemetery, on Sunday.
This week will eloo out the latt of
the$l .10 hats at O. llaylhorn t Co's.
Wlio wants one ?
The I'aducah A'cie aay : "We are
pleased to learn, as will be his many
friend-In this place, that Mr. Krnest
I'ctlit, ot Cairo, has nearly recovered
from his recent tiud terrible Mego of
'Mic Aliiunler t'oimly IlimU will
titty liileiest on tlejtnslls In Hie sitv
Henry Hart, a yotiuy man who In
dulged too freely hi bail wld-ky,and who
in some way i;ot hold of Hill Allen's foir
horn, which he blowed too loud to suit Of.
Ilccr .John Gladney, was arrested by
said olllecr. and lined one dollar and
cota by Judge lilril.
ThOiO who need winter bools should
call on It. dones, Coininenjlul avenue.
Ills stock ot French and Domestic calf
skins 1- the best In the market,
For cork-soled boots or shoes, -;o to
1!. .Jones, the Commeielal avenue boot
and shoe maker. Ho Is si llrst-clas- work
man and never fails to please.
New hams and breakfast-bacon at the
New Yoik Store.
I have Just received a largo dock of
all kinds of groceries, cranberries new
prunes.'currauts. citron, .Java and Hlo cof
fee, sugar of all kinds, wood and willow-
ware ; a largo stock of china 'iiid glass
ware. I can sell all kinds of dishes below
thu market. Call and see my goods '.and
learn prices. W. Tmoo.
The beiiutltul wvather of Sunday was
taken iidvaiilnge of by the people of ,
Cairo, The roads are In excellent condi
tion, and everybody who owned a hn!e j
and eartlage, or who could hire one at
the livery ulublcs, w:i out ilditig.
Hill 1 1 ii(lcii. the negro man who
aniifed hhu'cli on.Saturd.iy morning by
slashing Alex Fields, another colored
man, with a razor, 'lowed lilmelf away
on the Steamer ( 'Ily of ( 'hosier, It Is Mild,
nnd left St. I,oul on .Satunlay.
- .1. linrger ,t Co. have now on hand
(he must elegant stock ol 'J and II button
h'ld Cloves ever brought to thl city, and
ate dclci mined to sell thcui at rcmaik
ably low liguie,
. Wldle two gentlemen of this city
were binding In the woods about, eleven
miles above Cairo, a drove of eleven deer,
headed by a line, huge buck, eauie wllliin
evenly-live yards of them, but they
failed to secure any of them.
The l!ev. Mr. Cllhaui, pator of the
Methodist chinch of this elty, left the
elty yesterday morning, for Lebanon,
Illinois where he will h'j mariicd to an
accomplished young lady of that place
in a dav or two, named MI.' Sallle Shep
herd. Thoc who complain that there are
no good hoes made now-a-day., should
try the line custom work sold by O. ilay
thoru tt Co. 10-17-;U
We are Informed that the teachers of
the colored school of this city are making
arrangements to give an eiit'-rtnimneiit,
to lake place about ClirNtmas. 'J he pro
cceiLi ot the entertainment will be pre
sented to the African Methodi-l 1,'piico
pal church, to help defray the debt of the
It I -'aid that William Hay?, mayor
of the city of Spriuglield, and probably
candidate for Governor on the J'epubll
can ticket, who was In the city on Friday
and Saturday, will make extensive re
pairs on the building occupied by Ga.ola.
on the corner ol Jllghth street mul the
I.. 1). Akin it Co. Harness and .-addles,
collars, whips, etc. Thoe favoring
us with their patronage will llnd a com
plete line of goods from which to select
at bottom prices, 105 Commercial avenue.
Repairing done and -eeoud hand linrne's
for sale. 10-111 Ut
'I'he big ball and supper much talked
of by the Ancient Order of Hibernians
came of at Seheel's hall last night. A
large crowd of the friends of the order
was In attendance. The atipper was
made up oi; the eholee-t delieacie.-, and
was partaken of by all w ith a keen relish.
Tins bull was one of the pleasantest of
the season. All danced to their heart's
content, and enjoyed It greatly. The
whole affair passed oil' hi the most quiet
and satisfactory manner, mid when the
Ancient Order of Hibernians give their
next demonstration, we can assure thein
they will be lully as Miccc-fiil a they
were last night.
Large stock dry goods, without re
serve, at very low prices, at C. Hanny's.
In commenting upon the piny of
"liohemlaiis and Detectives" as per
formed by -Milton Noble's company,
which wilt open at the Atheiicum for a i
ihrtu nlghU' engagement, on the 'Jl-t,
tins l'eorla Tratwerifit ol a lute date, say- :
"The piny U of thrilling Interest, and a
put upon the .-tage)at night, i-certainly
the bet enteiUduuielit cilhTed the public
fur mouths Of Mr. Noble's acting, we
can only -ay it i- worthy tiio highest
commendation from his perfect adaptation
ot the part, his natural ea-e tiud grace of
inanutir and his excellent elocution. Ik
is well supported not one performer in
(lie troupe but what 1 gn.xl."
A few davs ago. a wcll-(lroed gen
tleman made his appearance at one of the
private boarding house- of this city,
where lie told the lady of the hou-e that
he was directed to come there for board,
by one ot the leading bu-lne's men of
Cairo; that lie had accepted a po-ltlou in
the olllee ol the bu-ltie-: man referred to,
and that he -hoiild like to secure board
ing from her. He was given ills break-fa-t,
when lie nroe and left the house,
and ha- not lnee been -ecu or heard of.
It has since been learned, however, that
no such party had been given a place In
the olllee ot the merchant, neither was im
directed to the house for hoard by him.
The fellow, whoever he was is a clear
ease of the "Ocad beat."
The (,'artnl Weekly Courier fnruihe.s
us the following Item in regard to .Mr. A.
11. Alexander alias "Ituckey" Alexander,
who has a host ot Irleuds hi this eitv.
We are plea-ed to ahnounce that next
week one of the gayest belles of this eitv
will be led to the hymeneal altar by it
gentleman well mul favorably known to
many of our citizens. We refer to Mr.
A. It. Alexander and Miss Liz.le How
man. Mr. Alexander ('Huekey,') Is an
cu'dueer on the Cairo & Vluceuues rail
road, and has as many no doubt, II not
more, wa nil personal triends along the
Hue than any other employe. Miss ,
?Io is one of Canal's lalrc-d daughters,
and will be greatly missed by the circle
in which .-ho mr.vu.s. All will unite In
wishing them u happy lourney through
life and many will turn out next Wednes
day evening to see the ceremony per
formed, tit the Presbyterian church.''
Mlitnnlc No I let',
Tho annual convocation ot Cairo
Chapter"!, K. A. M,, for election
ol ollleers and other important
business, will be held Tuesday evening,
October 10th. A full attendenee Is re-
(piested. (.'. IIan.w, See'y.
A desirable cottage for rent, with two
lots, good cistern, three rooms, with din
ing room, kitchen, and pantry, corner
Division street nntl Washington avenue.
F.wmlrcof .1. Q. llarinan or Tim O'Cal
lahau, corner J'ouitceiith street nnd
levee, Cairo, 111. lO-HWit
A. Hnlley has removed to his new
store room, 115 Cominereltd avenue, op
posite Winter's Hlock, and next door to
the Arab engine house, wheru he w ill ho
pleased to see all ld old customers and
as many new ones, 0-:i0-tf
l.ot'Iejbert litis I'U.tfK.MIH.
A(tincui'tl Mfi-lliifr 'l lirrrnl.
Cot Mil. ( HtMliKIt,
Cuno, II I.-, Oct. 1, is;,-,.
Present Ills Honor Mayot Wlnteraiid
Aldermen llalllday, Hlttcnhouse, Thls
llewood. Wilght uud Yoeiini ,1. No
On motion of Aldernian ll.illid.iy coun
cil adjourned until Tuesday evening, Oc
tober lOtb, at 7 p. in.
W. I'. Axi.r.v, City Cleik.
OtHO, ll.l", Mo.NllAV KVKNIVft, 1
October H, 17.-. j
The weather lias been elcaratul cold to
day. A strong raw wind pievalled all
day that made It Ideal, and unpleasant
even in what would otherwise have been
warm sunshine. We have experienced
several heavy white (tots and altera
lew more, we nre hopeful of warm, pleas
The market displays litllcorjiochange
since our lift report. Flour Issotnewhat
heavy and dull. Prices are unchanged
hut stocks ate heavy and tho demand ie-s
active. There Is a little better feeling in
hay. The demand Is cotillued to choice
timothy, of which there is very little in
maiket. Com Is in light supply and
lighter demand nothing doing. The
demand fur choice Northern oats l steady
and supply limited. Meal is dull 1 in
active, liraii is in light supply and eay.
Choice Northern butter Is scarce and
wanted. .Medium and common ! over
stocked, dull, and will liaye to be sold at
low prices. The maiket is well supplied
w ith eggs to-day, and few -filing. Chick
ens are scarce and unchanged fair de
mand nnd few In market. Apples are
dull except for choice In large bands.
Vegetables of alt kinds are plentv nnd
j&3Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are u-ually for
ales front lir.-t hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It is nec
essary to charge an advance over thoe
The market 1- well supplied and the
w eek open- (pilot and dull. Prices are
steady at last weeks quotations, but the
demand has lallcu oil. We note sales of
tfOO barrels on orders $ I fi0&7 00 ; :!00
barrels on orders $1 7.V5;7 25 ; 500 bar
rels. XXX whiter $5 50; ,200b.UTeU$l 00
(hj 75 ; 50 barieN $-1 75 ; S00 barrels city
$ti IKXoJ 50; 300 barrels on orders $5 00
(r 25; 100 barrel XX XX winter ?C 00
100 hnrrcls XX winter $1 1)0.
11 A .
The market -lioWs a little better feeling
but there Is no change in prices. Stock
ol choice arc very scarccaud wanted; com
mon and mix.; 1 are plenty and unsalea
ble. We note sale? of 1 ear mixed deliv
ered $10 : 50 bales eiioice delivered $19 ;
J car.- mixed delivered Sl'J ; 2 car mixed
delivered $l;l 50 : I ears choice timothy
delivered $17:5 ears mixed delivered
The market i quiet and dull. L'ecelpt
are small and the demand very light.
We quote ales of 'J ears white in t;iek
delivered US cents ; ear white in .sick,
delivered, C5 cents.
Choice northern i-in fair demand at un
changed. prices Keceipts are readily dls-po-edof.
Southern Illinois is plentv and
dull. Choice white are quoted ) cent In
sacks. Wo note sale 1 ear choice black,
in sacks, delivered, 52 cent-; 1 car mixed
In sacks delivered, II cents ; 1 car South
ern Illinois, in -ael.s, delivered, 10 cent-:
5 ear.s Northern, mixed, in sack deliver
ed, 1:1 cent ; ears Northern, mixed, in
sack-, delivered, lUecnt-; 1 cur. Northern
mixed in sack- delivered, III cents
The market is supplied Willi all kimU
and very dull. We note alc of 200 bar
rels city delivered, S'.i 1 u(v :S -J5 ; 100 barrel-country
steam dried delivered, $2 S5.
The market rules quiet ami unchanged.
The supple and demand nre about equal.
Sales were 1 car in sacks delivered, $10 ;
201) sacks on orders, $10.
Choice Northern is scarce and in good
demand. Not enough comes in to supply
the demand. There U a huge stock of
common and medium butter on the mar
ket that will have to lie sold at low
pi lees. We note sales "I 5 package
choice Northern. "JSe; 10 packages me
dium, 25c; 5 packages cooking, 20o:8
packages cooking, ll'e ; 5 buckets South
ern Illinois, -.'lc ; 1 tubs Northern, 2:!0;
Pceeipts have been more liberal and the
market i well supplied and rather quiet
to-day. Wo note sales of 150 dozen, 0(tv
21e ; 200 dozen, L'Oc ; :W0 dozen. U(" 20c.
Receipt- are .-mall and the market is
teady and unchanged. All that conies
in lluds ready sale. We note sales of 1
coop small, $2 ; 2 coops medium, $2 50 ;
1 coop mixed, $1! ; 1 euops old hens, $:t 25;
5 euops choice young, $2 50fvi 00.
There Is lair demand I'or choice tipples
in large barrels, but common varieties
tire plenty and dull. Wo note sales of
110 barrets, $2 7fyt; barrels - "'0
I) 25; 10 barrel common, $1 50.
Not much doing nil's branch. We
note sales ol 10 barrels potatoes, $1 CO;
75 dozen celery, 50GaG0c.
Collated dilly Jiv M. Mt-uins, cummlsainn
iiii-ldiant, ftfi'ict.ity of tlio Cuiiu Hoard of
r'lour, accoidintf to uiiulc
(.'urn, liil.Md, nai'kiil
(.Villi, white, -iicki'd
!5 00( ' S 10
limn, ocr Inn
-Me.il, nteuill illicit
HutUT, ehiiicd Notllii'i'tt ..............
Iluttcr, choice Suutliiru Illinois.,
l.'itss. ner dozen
Cliii'kciis, )it'i' itiizen
Tn i keys, tivr doen-
Aiitili.. i.linli'i. iin' liari-el
ii Wii.'l flu
Apiilcs, conimiin, per luillcl..
I'utiitoeH, per burul
Oniniis, ner lain el
HayXX Amber and White rtig stock
envelopes at thu Hn.urn.v olllee, pi luted
W COuud 51 00 per M.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good I'm ms and M.OOO acres of
unimproved Lands in Alexander couutv.
'Winter's Itloek" and "Winter's
A large number ol delrablo !!el
denecs, and excellent vacant Lots, suita
ble for business houses and i evidences.
Winter's Hlock- suitable for
Olllee- or Hiislticsa rooms cheap,
Tenements numbered I, 7, S and 0, In
Winter's l!ow, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
One-half of No. 10. (corner) $12 50-7
That desirable double Cottage on
coiner of Thirteenth nnd Washington.
Flue two story brick on Commercial
avenue, between Tenth nnd Lleventh
streets, 'tillable for Dwelling and Hifl
lie.ss. I'pper tloor of building next to Com
mercial (Waverly) hotel.
Two small lloifcs west ofTwenty
M'cond -treet, near Pine, $1 each per
Dwelling nouse on Twcllth, near
Walnut, (i room-, for 312 per month.
Hti-hiess hou-e on Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cro-s Cole
man .v. ( (i.
FOI.' Ll.'ASKOi: SALK.
V number of Lots on Levee, above
Twelfth street, otlt.-ide lire limit-'. Also
a largo number of other Lots in different
Lauds in tracts to Milt, near Cairo.
Steamer -11111 I'lsk, Padueah.
" Helle Memphis St. Louis
" J. I). Parker, Memphis.
" Sllvcrthoriie, Kvansville.
City of Vlcksburg, Vleksburg.
" C. V. Koiintz, New Orleans.
11. C. Nutt, Meinpbls.
" St. Joseph, St. LoiiN.
t'tah, St. Louis.
" lted Cloud, Kvansville.
firand Tower, Meinphl-.
Tow-boat Llones-, St. Louis.
' Orand Lake, New Orleans.
Steamer Jim Flk, Paducali.
" Helle Memphis, Metnphi-.
" Sllvcrthoriie, Lvau-vllle.
" Cltv Viek-btirg, .St. Louis.
C. V. ICount. St. Loitl-.
II. C. Nutt, Mound City.
' St. Joseph, Memphis.
' l.'tah, Vlcksburg.
Ued Cloud, Kvatisvillc.
" i irand Tower. St. Lonl.
' J. I. Parker, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Lioness. St. Louis.
1 1 mud Lake, St. Louis.
IIIVIU!, WKATIIKI! A.Ml ill'SIMys.
The river last evening was S feet 10
I 5 inches on the gauge, having fallen 7 1-5
Inches during thu previous forty-eight
The weather U clear and biting cold
with a strong north wind. Mr. Jim Mor
ris says he -liotlld judge from the state
ot the weather that they are cutting lee
up about Si. Paul.
Capt. Phillips Is absent al his lead
Tin1 livaifville packet.- brought out
only moderate trips.
The big Mary Helle left St. Louis
drawing 0 feet and having one hundred
and eighty pas-enger.
One hundred e.ciirslonl-l-( came up
on the City of Vlcksburg and went to St.
Louis over the narrow gauge road. They
go thence to Chicago tiud back by the
W'All Illil'.tlll.ML.Vr I.'IMII 1,'LI'lllir,
Oct Is, lo7i
LOlV IVATKH. CHAMUi:.
IT. IM. II. IN'.
Calm S 1! s
1'llttlniiK S" 'i u ii
Cincinuuti ! H x s
l.oiti.si'illu I r x t
NusMlllc I I
M. Lnuls U ii I ."
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducuh, Shawnootown, Eviwih
villo, LottiBvillo, Cincinnati
unci till way landings.
t l.o unrivalled side-wlucl steainci-
11 (i rilWLl.lt Mll-tel-.
l.li. It. Tiidma" Cleik,
W ill have Kvansville I'lirCtilroeievy MONDAY
und'UIUKMlAY ut I o'clock p. m.
Uates Cairo every TI'KSD.VV uud r'ltlDAV.nt
Oo'tlocK i. III.
lliu ilesaiit sldo-wlutl steainur
Wtl.ll.lt II. l'l.N.M.MnON
Will leave Kvunsville I'm- Ciilro every TUKS-
IIA V unit I'lllDA V ut I o'cloclt p. III.
Will leave. Cuini every WIJ UMIbl A V and sj AT-
l'i;n. i in n u'ciiici; ji, in,
'I he clejjanl etdc-wliul stc.uiiei
Inns i.uir M.intu'
Mat. Willi.vjis ( IciK.
l.eaei Uviiiuvlllu for Caliu every Wl.DNKS-
UAVuii'lnATiniAllYulSp. in t-ll,
LraiesCiilvo every iilUKSHAy uud JiU.SDAY
at U i. m,
i:.ich lioat inaUei cloje eouiieetloiis ul liilio
w Ith Ural-class -teamers I'or ht. l.oiiU, Mcni
iihU unit Xetf Orlcuiw, and nt Kiansvllle with
Uie i;. C. It. IC for all points Nurlli nnd lUsl,
unil Willi tin-' I.iniUvlllu Mail blimiieM Inwull
points on tho l.'Pptr Ohlii, glvliii; tliroiiKli ie
eelpt on IYiIkIiU uud pn;seusti to ull puinU
U Por'ftutlitr Infoiiuatlnn upply lu
v- HOU. aiLVJIlt, PWfCiiKei1 Aycut.
J. M. rlllbldl'S, JAKUitl.
Or In (I .). CltAMSlKIt,
MipiilliteuilMit uud (jJiiwl KrelKht Ageut,
iVa-'.'V-ly . livatisvlllc Inillutu.
Lttrge stock Indies' furnishing goods,
to be sold scry cheap at O. Hiiuny's
Don't full to feu that hnndome Hue
of Ladies' Ties and I.ibbonsat J. Hurger
We are now -elllng bargains m
white shirts, also In alt styles of gent's
furnishing goods llun.uito.v & Wkii..
-Our Domestic Department Is complete
In all Its details, and will be sold cheaper
than eier. .1, Hntouu & Co.
Large Mock of woolen goods, flan
nels lluseys and sheeting ihumels, verv
cheap, at C. Hanny's.
I'or Kiiibrtilderle- anil Laces, go toJ.
Hurger A Co.'s. No. l'JJ Conunerelal uve
nue. Large stock clothing to be sold out
without reserve, at C. Hanny's.
11. .tones, the Conunerelal avenue
boot-intiker, eau furnish you with the
bet pair of boots to be found hi the city.
Ladies, misses and children's under
wear at very low prices nt J. Hurger A
We received tills week a large sup
ply of overcoats of all descriptions, and
.otter great Inducements IIkh.uko.v A.
The llue-t stock of dress goods, con
sisting ol Cas-hneres, Kmpress Cloths.
Diagonals, Mohairs, Poplins, at .). Hur
ger it Co.'s, It! 1 Conunerelal avenue
Large stock gents' I'tirtil-hlng good-
al very low prices, tit ('. Hanny's.
For great bargains In Flannels, call
on J. Hurger A Co. They have the best
aortcd stock In the city, and sell them
at astonishingly low prices.
We have on hand 'J.OOO yards ol
remnants of calico which we oiler tit six
cents a yard. Hmi.iuio.Vtt Wi:n..
II you want a good Custom-made
lady's or niU-'s shoe call on J. Hurger
Large ..lock of carpets, oil cloths and
matting, at greatly reduced price-1, at C.
A very large iis-ortnient ofCerniau
town yam, Hernial) zephyrs, and every
article appertaining to this department
In all shades and colors at -I. Hurger it
4Sy-Tni: ALKXAN'DKi: COl.'NTV
HANK' WILL PAY' INTFJ.'EST ON
DFPOSITS IN TIIK SAVINGS DK-
Large stock ol domestic prints, mus
lins, ami ticking-, at low prices, at C.
.1. Hurger iV Co. call cspeeial atten
tion of housekeepers and llio-e contem
plating keeping hotue, to their large
stock of entirely new carpets and oil
cloths. This is their first sea-.on in that
line, and arc confident of suiting all in
the latest design?.
HlCi IXDrC'KMKNTfs OFFKIiKD
IN CKiAHS AND TOHACCO, AT
COWPKHTIIWAIT Ac PHILLIPS'.
Shawls and Cloaks of all the late
styles ranging from the cheapest lo the
llnest. J. Hurger & Co. have paid par
ticular attention to this depaitmcnt. and
tit able to undersell any hou-e in the
elty. Call and be convinced.
Fine, neat and stylish box-toed
stitched boots and shoes are made
specialties by K. Jones, the Commercial
avenue boot and shoe uiaiiufcturcr.
(live him ti call.
We will not be undersold by any
body hi the Hue ol clothing, as we oKer
such bargains that will induce the
closest buyer to.pureha-e. Come and
look at our toek and be convinced.
Ui'.u.umiN it nil., H'J and IN Com
A set leu oUecUires under the auspi
ce-' of the member of the Library As-o-
ciatioti for tile establishment of a public
library In Culm, will be held alter
uiitcly at the Presbyterian, Methodist and
Chrl-taln churches. The following la
dies and gentlemen have kindly con
scnted to lecture, commencing:
Oct. 5, Sir. S. P. Wheeler.
" 12, Mrs. W. It. Smith.
" Ut, Kev. Charles A. Gilbert.
" 20, Mrs 11. Wardner.
Nov. 2, Prof. (i. G.AIvord.
" 0, Dr. G. G. Parker.
" 10, Dr. IL Wardner.
2.1, (To be tilled).
" 2!, Dr. Win. It. .Smith.
Dee. ti, Miss Kate Thompson.
" HI, Hon. Win. II. Green.
21, Mrs G. G. Alvord.
C. C. K. Goss, See'y.
Hy order of Executive Committee.
A I'lne Slock.
Win. Elders desires to inform his pat
rons tiud the public generally, that he has
now on hand a large stock of French and
German Calf, Kip andIorocco, and Is
prepared to manufacture, lor store and
olllee wear, the llnest of Morocco o; ( YH
Skin Shoes or Hoots; tiud I'or lariucis,
draymen audout-tloor wear generally, Ids
French Kip stand.- above anything ever
oH'ered In this market. Ills Lasts are of
the latest styles, and he can guarantee ti
tit ;u ul saturation to all his patrons.
Obstacles to Marriage.
II tippy relief for young men from the
ellect of Errors anil Abuses in early life.
.Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
ment. New and remarkable remedies.
Hooks and Circulars sent ft ee, in bealcd
envelopes, Address Howard Associa
tion, till N. Ninth .-treet, Philadelphia,
Pa. an Institution having a high repu
tation lor honorable conduct and profes
sional sklllj S-21-dttwtliu
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
oiled Itliout puln or lliconieiileuec, !' V iur
homo in lOilays. Medicines for lint thru- v.i j'
tiiMtment sent fire to uuy uddiess on melplof
ihudollurs. .Statu amount it-cd dully.
Addict, 1'. 11. llinitlAUH, M. I).
Manager St. lands Inclnute If (jdt.it.
Olllcv-llll Ullu-.SIieel, Si. I.uilis
Drunkennoss Cured !
Without iuconu'iileiuf, ut jour homo. Antl
dotu si-lit fico tu uuy Miiirivsa 6ii leeelpl of one
i'.ft. ilUUII.VItU,M. t.
.Miinuaci'.St. I.oub luclirlule llgsplil,
Oilice-lIU Ollve'Sli-sVl, Louis., .,
At, i Vc,"rl" AMarlen.
At the Um.LETtN blndery-43 number,
bound In two voUlmc8t lul, ulor
roceo; cost 3U,r Me nt $10.
Ilellbrot. A Well-, 1, Uie ol,,y ,-5 ,
tow n where you can Mini a complete lino
of Imlitt's' tdiiiil I...I.I... - . ....
... ... .., JU1Vj roue, imoiei'
merino shawls, babies' bonnet,, and In
I...., M..(l.t.... I.. .1... !...( .. 1.
nut i;t;i tiling ill tilt; Ultoy Ittie.
A No. 1 New Trading1 lloat : counters
and shelving till compleiej CO feet tony,
14 Icet beam. ill be sold at a bargnhi
If called I'or soon. Hk.nrv Savkks.
10 0-2 w !)5 Ohio Levee, Cairo, III.
To the Trade.
( hiiice line of eofl'ed nnd siijar Just hi,
at the New Yoik Store.
.Hew Hiicknlirut riour
for sale at thu New York" Store. Alio
sctf-rl-ing buckwheat Hour, In boxes, tor
family use. ll-15-10t
Trimmed and uutrimiued huts, wrap
pers and dresses, and in tact everything
hi that line eau be found at the lowest
rates ut ilellbron Well's.
I'or Hip Monlhur October.
Diiritig the fever season of lat month,
the stock ol'Ayer's Ague Cure In the Old
Not th State became exhausted, and be
fore 11 Mipply could tie received from Lo
well, the sittlcrlug from chills and fever
became fearful. A few parties weie 10
fortunate :i- to have It on hand,
and In Iredell county, the drug-gl-ts
eked out their slender stocks by
selling doses a spoonful each for a dol
lar. Matty paid ten dollars for a bottle,
when the regular price Is but one. nnd
thought themselves favored nt thnr, so
valuable are the curative properties
of this preparation, which not only ex
peN the pol-on from tho system, hut
leaves the patient witli unimpaired health
and vigor. Raltigh (.V, C.) Standard.
Thrsiiy, Friiij & IMij, Dei. 21, 2?. 23.
llnuKetneut of the I'opiilur Younfr Author nJ
LiKKAT CHAItACTKlt CUKATIO.V,
JDH BLDDSO !
In his own nilxlmil I'cpre.f ntttlre Anierlcin
Diunm, of tlx ttm name.
suppoiUdtiy JOHN P. ROGKK5'
Oramtic and SpecialiyCoapisies.
TWO GREAT ORGANIZATIONS
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And a l't'l.f, Ull AMAT1C COMPAN Y.
('mini prictn. .-cuts necutvd ut llm tiuun's,
4'limiHe or Npecliiltlea .Nlshlly.
JOHN E. WARNER,
lo-lT-ot. ltuiilurM Mauager.
riiqiivntlunnbljr thtt tttmt aimtnlMed
mirk r the kind ta Ike World."
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