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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots,
ichang for St. Ixrnla proirtjr.
A flue residence on corner llalbrook
avenue and Twenty-third street, at a
Tho south hall of the "Pilot" house at
Good two story, brick suilablo for
tore and office on Commercial avenue,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
and l'oplar streets.
Saloon and fixture, southwest corti
tt - Eighteenth street and Commercial
lyenue, at a bargain.
.: Cottage on Twelfth street, went of
Jommerelal avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on CroM street, wes
ol Washington avenue.
Two business houses on Levee street,
above Eighth, $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
iext to YVavcrly hotel, $10.
Two story house on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements suitable for shops
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 60.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
Up stairs of house on Commercial av
enue, near 19th street. Suitable for
J welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8, 0 and 10
Winter's Row, 6 rooms each for $10
per month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses, ilent low, to a good tenant
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts of the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of the TarUh School
will begin Monday, September 4th, and
continue In session sixteen weeks. Terms,
Eight Dollars tor the scsilon, or tifty
cents per week alwats ayabi.k in
iDVASCK. There will be no extra charges
for any study except for the study ol
music. For instruction lu vocal and in
strumental music, the valuable services of
Mrs. U. W. Henderson have been secured.
The success of the school has been such
that the Rector deems it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupils can
be accommodated. lie will receive those
who apply first for admission, lie prom
lees to all thorough instruction in the
common English studies, iu the hljrher
mathematics, the natural sciences, and
also In Latin and Greek.
(.'HAlU-hS A. GlI.UI.IlT,
Leather ansl Flndlnva for Uaatt. Cheap,
r Ihoa ever Before Hold In Cairo.
I will from this date sell leather and
lindings cheaper than ever before ofll-red
Ifc-ht Cincinnati ouk sole...- JOets. R
Howard's beat slaughter
leather 31 to 32 "
All other leather and Undines In pro
portion. No. 90 Commercial avenue, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois, itoots and shoes made up in the
latest styles, and of the bet material and
food workmanship. Hoots and shoes at
reduced prices. And only the the best
St. louis custom-made and my own
make of boots and shoes will be sold.
SJbenalml Dyo Works.
Oftlue corner Eight street and Com
mercial aveuue, in Kelsers building,
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawl, etc.,
leaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put In thorough order. Satis
8-8-dliu F. Sen tens & Co.
Oo to the Mo mb Mi a of lorsxlo
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all poluU In Colorado, New
Mexicv and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $50, allowing
stop-oH privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manltou and Pike's Teak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables aud the " San
J uan Guide,'' address,
T. J. Axdkrson,
(Jtn. tan. Agt.,
7-lStf Toi'VKA, Kax.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
C. and V. R. R, track in Cairo at $30 per
car load of
This coal has no suterioh for grates
aud household uses generally.
Address all orders tor coal to
Jambs A. Viall & Co.,
Singlccord , $3 60
Five rd lots M 3 23
COAL 1'ARAUISR AXD BIO MUDDY !
Single ton $3 50
Five " '. 3 00
Orders forstove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kiudllnjr on hand
by C. W. WuKBLKH & Co.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is open to
the public. The bar la supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the fiucst
brands of cigars.
30-tf . Jos. RoxBKER.Prop'
We are authorised In announce JOIIM M.
Kohl.NsoN sa a candlda'e for Sheriff of Alex
ander county, at Uia coining county election.
We are asahoriwd to announce that IU A. Rl
mundsoa Uan iariependent Republican candi
dal lor Bbrrlff, at the ensuing countv election.
' We are authorised to announce FITTER flAPP,
for an Independent candidate for sheriff of Al
exander coaoty, at the enduing count' eleotioa.
KntToa nri.t.cTiRi 1'lRa.se announce that I
am a ca ndidate f'ir the oftlce of StaU A Homey
lor Alesender county at the iorember elee
tion. Wm. C MilkilY.
We are suihorif.td to announce f;EO. W.
HICMlKICkK, JK , a a can lidale at the No
vember election, lot States Attorney for Alex
We tire authorised to announce WILLIAM
W M'rilKETKK.H at a candidate for Circuit
Clerk of Alexander coliuty at the coming county
We are authorised Ut announce JOHN Q,
lIAIlMANae a candidate rr the office or Cir
cuit clerk of AUumtrr uouaty at the ensuing
We are authorize! to announce JOHN' A.
RKKVK as a candidate for the office ol Circuit
Clerk at Uie November election.
Weare authorised to announce W. F.riTCEB
s a candidate She the offlce of Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county at the November election.
ASCALOX LODGE, NO. 61.
Knight of PyUiiaa, nieetx every Fri
day night at half-past seven, in Odd-
Fellow' 1UII. llowt,
O ALEXANDER LODGE, NO. 224.
Independent Order of Odd-Eel-lowe.
meets firry Thursday night
at half-past aeven, in their hall oa
xtmii rcll aTenue, letween bixth and 6erentb
TeeU S. A, DaroNB, S li
1AlRO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F., meet
Jin o-W-Fellowi' lull on the Drat and third
i tweta) iu every mouth, at half-paat seven
A. Comiim, C I
A CAIltO LODGE. NO. 237, A. 7. A A. Of.
Hold reg-ular eommunicationa in Ala
sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' xacd Eighth street, on the aeoond and
'ourth Monday of each month.
BATES OF ADTERTIftlSU.
CTA11 biUs for adrertisuig, are due aad pay
able lit AOTASCB
Transient advertising will be inaerted at th
rate of II W per square for the flrat insertion
and y cents for each ubuent one A liberal
ducount will be made on (landing and dipl
For inaerting Funeral notice SI W Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders So tents for
Church, Society, FeeUval and Supr notices
will only be Inserted as adTertisementa
No advertisement will be received at less than
So cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
fur leas than three dollars per month
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1576.
Loejtl Wootkor aaeooru
Caimo. LlX.. Sept 19, 1870.
Uas. I Tua.
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Sergeant, Sicnal hetvtce. V. S. A
Remember the Presbyterian sociable
on Thursday evening at the residence of
S. D. Avers, Keo,. 3t
For sale, a new top buggy and a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Ikvix.
Ileniernber the grand ball by the Tur
ners Ht Turner hall. Monday evening.
September 2-"th, 170. ti-12tt
r ir-tt irranJ ball of the eeason br the
Cairo Turner Society, at the Turner hall,
September 2th, IsTG. 9-12 tt
Embroideries at five, eight and ten
cents a yard for sale by O. Hay thorn &
Co. Sec them and you will be cure to
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit farm near
Villa Ridge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to D. Artkr.
9-13-tf Cairo, 111.
Ladies who will call this week can se
cure our two button kind glove, at GO
cents per pair.
&-9-3t O. Hatthokn & Co.
The opening ball ol the reason will be
given at Turner hall, Monday evening,
September 2Tth, 1870. A good time is
anticipated and all are invited. 9-1 2tf
Young gentlemen aud ladies who have
not, for so long a time, had an opportun
ity to "trip the light fantastic," may do
so at the Turner ball, Monday evening,
September 25th, 1S7G. 9-12tt
The business room, CI Ohio tevee
lately occupied by I. Farnbak,er, Is va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar and an
office up stairs, in same building. For
particulars apply to Robert Smyth, 00
Ohio levee. tf
An intelligent, educated Irishman to
act as our agent. Address, Ilalpin, Mo
Shane it Co., proprietors and publishers
Irish Vtndieatvr, weeky newspaper, 12
Vino street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A. Black, who has returned from Bos
ton, is now receiving his immense stock
of boots and shoes. He pursha-scd these
goods for cash, and now oilers to cash
customers greater induceuieuts than any
other house lit Southern Illinois. 9-10Jt
Tho serpentiuo corset clasp is the only
clasp ever nude that is not Injurious to
the form. They will not break, and will
bendtogvery movement of tne body.
No lady will do without them that has
ever seen them. They are tor sale only
by tho progressive house of O. Uay thorn
& Co. IMMw
J. savors; Slielubouae.
oil Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the barber line. I.a
' dies' and chlldrens' hair cut or dressed.
' cither at li hnn nr their homes.
riSf Md t oat.
. Children's fine sewed shoes with raw.
hide toes a new Invention, Is a feature at
A. Black's shoo store. 19 3t
Jake Juden will bons a "colored dance''
at Phlllls' ball on Thursday evening.
"Booker's Doss Band'' will furnish the
The Sons of Temperance of Dongola
have notified saloon keepers of that place
t close their door on Sundays, orsuAer"
the penal tie of the law. ' ; . ' J
Judge A, C. 'Hodge' of Cutty, was In
town yesterday. Time deals gently with
the old judge. He seems as young .to
day as he did ten years ago.
The police courts were dull places yes.
terday.' Judge Bird's oflicc was closed
the greater part of the day, and Judge
Bross was buxy In the probate court.
Mr. Donagan, of Mound City has
opened a saloon on Um Ohio river bank,
near the mouth of Cache river. His bar
1 stocked with all kinds of liquors.
Specialties at A. Black's shoe store are
misses' and children's Scotch edge walk
ing shoes. They ate conceded by ev
ery one that lias used tbcni as superior to
anything In the market. 10 3t
Elder Shores has gone on a trip to the
southern country Louisiana. The Elder
t a red hot Peter Cooper man, and will
use his influence in Inducing his colored
friends to vote for Cooper for president.
From persons living iu the country
around about Thebes we learn that there
Is much icknc?8, generally thills and
fever, In that locality. Doctors are kept
busy night and day.
Cullom, Republican candidate tor Gov
ernor, w ill address the Radicals of this
city at the court house to-morrow,
Thursday evening. He speaks at Mound
City in the afternoon.
Judge Baker will probably adjouru
circuit court on Saturday evening. The
criminal docket having been disposed of,
the civil docket is being gone through
with in all possible speed. '
The citizens ot Dongola, Union
county, are to be congratulated. Our
correspondent says that so far during the
present campaign there has not been a
political meeting of any kind held in that
The mammoth steamer Jas. Howard
was at our wharf yesterday. She was
loaded to the water's edge w ith freight,
and had a good passenger li.-t. Her
bra-s band discoursed sweet music while
she lay at the wharf.
The finest line ot gentlemen and boys'
custom work that have ever been
brought to this city, can be found at A.
Black's, including all styles of hand and
machine sewed boots, congress and
The action of the Democratic conven
tion held at Joucsboro on Monday, was
the subject of much discussion among
Democrats in this city yesterday, und iu
many instances the discussion was de
cidedly animated, but good humored.
Work on Neff's new building on Com
mercial aveuue near Eighth street, is be
ing pushed ahead as rapidly as possible.
Messrs. Hickle & Thistlewood will oc
cupy the building, when completed, as a
Mrs. V. A. Taylor, county superinten
dent ot schools, gives notice this moru
ing that there will be a public exainina
tion ot teachers at the high school build
ing in this city on Friday and Saturday,
September 2tth aud 30ih. Teachers liv
ing at a distance w ill make a note ol this.
The Democratic barbecue at Hodge's
park on Saturday next will be a big at
fair. Some of the best .-eakers in this
portion of the fctate will be present and
address the multitude. The Tildcn and
Hendricks Sweepers ot this city will at
tend in a body, and for the first time ap
pear in their new uniforms.
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad gets
a liberal share of the pitroiiage of cen
tennial visitors. The Vincennes road of
fers extra inducements to passengers
that is choice between half a dozen east
ern roads, going aud coining. For full
particulars as to rates, routes, etc., apply
at theollice. No. 10 Ohio levec.
Macready, the great actor, said that
one of the most disagreeable features of
theatricvl life, was the necessity of an
hour or so spent in washing ofi stage
paint every night. If Jie had used B. T.
Babbitt's best soap, the result would
have Iieen accomplished in a very f;w
Candidates for county olllces lu this
county at the coming election are: For
sheriff, John II. Robinson and Peter
Saup ; for circuit clerk, John Q. Harnian,
W. F. Pitcher, Wm. M. McPheeters and
John A. Reeve ; tor states attorney, W.
II. Muikey oud Geo. W. Hendricks.
For corouer no one has yet entered the
The delegates to the Jonesboro con
vention held on Monday, believing that
they would get through with the busi
ness of the convention lu time to come
back to the city on the eveuing train on
the narror gauge, missed their calcula
tions, and did not get home until the
arrival of the four o'clock train on tho
Illinois Central yesterday morning.
The Radicals will hold a political pow
wow at what is known as the "Method st
Church," on the narrow gauge railroad
seven miles above this city, to-day. Col.
Shaver of Cairo, Col. Foster of Com
merce, Missouri, W, T. Scott, John Glad
ney, G. W. Tramer, und others ore ud
verllsed to tpeuk. A special train will
carry those who desire to attend from
Street Superintendent Goruiau, with
his force of laborers, is still at work on
the river bank near gcavu yard ridge.
They have made such headway against
the current that the cutting of the buuk
at tint point has almost entirely ceased.
This will serve us a protection for the
time being at least. So let all rest easy,
for we have reason to belie v.that within
a very short time work will be coin
uienced on the It vi e in earnest, and
pushed to an early completion. .
Tho only shoe store In the thy is that
of A. Black-, and his endeavor to make it
one) of the frrat institutions of Cairo is
meeting with great success,' and Is a
credit to himself and to the place. The
secret of all this is that ho manages to
buy his stock or goods at the fountain
head and for cash, and that he obtains
for our people the best grades of goods
at hottom prices. Call and examine his
stock. It will give you real delight to
do so. , 9.1'i..tt
Tbtrlladicate $f tins city aro In high
gleetrVeT the row in the senatorial die
trlct -Be easy, gentlemen! Democrats
are not fools ; and though the political
horizon is a little hazy just now, three
weeks hence w ill show a difl'erent state of
affair. Everything w ill be lovely in the
Democratic camp ; Just keep cool, gen
tlemen : the tables will turn, and every
thing be as lovely as could be desired by
election time. -
There was a fair attendance at the Dem
ocratic meeting held at the Tenth street
stand last night. There was erhaps 300
people present. The Tilden and Hen
dricks Sweepers to the number of about
seventy-live, carrying torches, and head
ed by an excellent baud ot martiul ninsic,
turned out nnd paraded the principal
streets previous to the speaking. Ar
riving at the stand, Col. R. Townes, can
didate lor state senator, was Introduced
to the audience. The Col. spoke for
about one hour, pouring hot shot Into
Radical leaders and the Re
publican speakers ; nnd advo
cating his own claims to the office for
which he is a candidate. At the conclu
sion ol Col. Townes' remarks, Judge
Green took the stand and indulged in
one of his characteristic speeches. At
the conclusion of Judge Green's speech,
Mr. Llnegar was called, and was still
speaking when the IIi li.ktin went to
Miss Fannie A. Rudd, sister ot Mr.
KittRndd, who was In the city visiting,
left for her home in Evansville on Sun
Prof, and Mrs. Alvord.accompanied by
their daughter Annie, will leave for
Jacksonville to-day, where Miss Alvord
goes to attend the conservatory of music.
Prof. Alvord, on his return w ill stop at
Springfield where be will transact busi
ness pertaining to school matters with
the slate superintendent.
Miss Ida Williams, of Jonesboro, is
visiting at the residence of the Missss El
liott in this city.
Miss Mollie Riley has gone to Ashley
to visit the family or Mr. E. C. Pace, for
merly ot this city.
Mr. John II. Obcrlv is iu Philadelphia,
where he went to join his family. After
spending a week or ten days there, they
will return home.
The motion for a new trial In the case
of the People vs. Charles Stewart, after
being argued by the counsel was over
ruled by the court.
The civil docket was called and about
half the cases on the docket were con
tinued until the next teroi, and a few
cases were set esjiccially for certain days.
The case of Horace Hannon vs. Robert
Bill ugsly in rcpleviu was tried before
the court in the afternoon and judgmeut
was given for the defendant.
Seven prisoners in the jail now await
transportation to Jollet from our city.
They w ill be accommodated to-day or to
morrow. Removed lo New Store.
Mrs.C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed front her old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's Block, corner
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and increased
facilities. She is now receiving new
goods from tho tliflurent trade centers,
keeping a much larsrer and more varied
stock on hand than formerly. Buying
goods in larger quantities, she can sell
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction in every instance, both as to her
work and the quality of goods.
W o t lew Kosapened .
Mrs. S. Williamson has removed to 10.1
Commercial avenue, next door to the
atheueum. It Is needless for us to say
that Mrs. Williamson's reputation as a
milliner has long been known in this city
and surrounding country, and she invites
all ot her old and new patrons to call aud
examine her large stock of the latest
styles of hats, flowers and trimmings.
Also ornaments of the latest patterns,
which she is receiving almost daily by
express from the leading cities. Thank
ful for past favors, she solicits a continu
ance ot the same. She also bleaches and
shapes hats in the latest styles-
M. J. McGanley Is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood s Pills, celebrated
for the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases. He employs no
agents, nnd the genuine pills can only
be procured ut his drug store, No. 30S
Commercial avenue. Cairo, 111. Price,
50 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. " 8-10-dVhn
Louver a Candidate.
The following card was received by us
Caiko, Ills., Sept. IS, K7G.
Editou Caiuo BiLLtt in : Please
withdraw tnv name as a candidate tor
sherilf of Alexander county at tho No
vember election. Yours, Respectfully,
R. A. Edmundsox.
Kolire to Teat-hen.
There will be a public examination of
teachers held at the high school building
in this city, on Friday and Saturday,
September 29th and aoth.
Mks. P. A.Taylok,
Superintendent of Public School.-..
Caiko, Sept. 19th 1870. 20-31
Tho best violin, guitar and bass strings
la the city und musical Instruments of a
kluds can be obtained of E. & W, Buder,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue.' They make pianos aud organs
a speciality. 9-10-tf
Jadga Bsilmaa for Senator, John H. Oberly
and F. M. Agntw for Beprsstntatlvts.
Alexniider. nnd Portion of Jnrltaou
and I'nlon Nnmliialr Alex II,
On Monday, at 2:30 o'clock, iu court
house at Jonesboro, Union county, the
senatorial convention assembled to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the declination of
John H. Oberly, and alo, If thonght ex
pedient, employ means to secure har
mony in the party.
John A. Trcccc, of Cuion. called the
convention to order.
Thomas Wilson was elected temporary
chairman, and Con O'Cullalmn, temo
Committee on credentials, John H.
Spann, Wm. M, Williams and Hiram
Schwartz, reported the following dele
gates entitled to seals :
John Hodges, Miles W. Parker,
J. G. Lynch, W. M. Williams,
J. C. Lahue, o. Greenlee,
Lotus Herbert, Jonn Gales,
VNIOJf COfNT Y.
W.M.Brown, Con. O'Callahan.
C. F. Fiaugh, John M. Rick.
John A. Treece, John Spann,
J. C. Freeman,
L. A. Dillows,
W. S. Watson,
W. B. Collins.
JACKSON COt XTV.
W. B. Harris, G. E. Jahn.
Taylor Garrett, Joseph Culley,
D. N. Hamilton, S. N. West.
Chas. Gagcr, J. W. Burton,
G. W. Hill, Hiram Schwartz.
J. A. Warner, and five proxies.
Committee ou permanent organiza
tion, C. G. Fiaugh, G. W. Hill, and J. G.
Lynch, reported as follows :
President Hiram Schwartz, Jackson.
Secretary Wm. H. Williams, Alexan
der. Ass't Secretary Win. M. Brown,
Mr. Schwartz took the chaiiwhen Mr.
Williams read the call of the chairman of
the senatorial committee.
Thomas Wilson addressed the conven
tion, saying that Alexander had Instruc
ted her delegates to transact no further
business than to assist in filling the
vacancy occasioned by Mr. Oberly 's
declinatiou. He then moved that the
convention proceed to nominations lor
candidate to till vacancy.
An amendment in favor of nominations
followed, when a lively discussion en
sued, in which Messrs. Williams, Burton,
Hill, O'Callahan Wilson, etc., par
At this moment the fight opened all
along the line, and the various designs of
the lactional elements soon became ap
Another amendment followed, to go
into a nomination of a full ticket.
Right here, and without hesitation,
Thomas Wilson threatened to withdraw
the Alexander delegation.
Instructions from counties were then
read, hut that wa3 only oil to the tire
At this particular juncture in uilairs
Con O'Callahan, directiug his language
to the Cairo delegates, said that he did
not want to be "eat up"' by the delegates
It was evident ft climax was fast ap
Mr. Townes, by permission, took the
floor and said it lie was the cause ot all
the dissension in the Democratic ranks,
for God's sake to strike his name
from the list ot candidates; but
that it he left the ticket
it would bo the means of driving from
the Democratic party every federal sol
dier in the district aud those who had
served under him in the late war. W hile
speaking the colonel was very much ex
Mr. Burton, of Jackson, -said that the
call of the convention seemed
to be misconstrued by the delegates from
Alexander. That it did not only mean
tor the purpose of tilling the vacancy, hut
tor ttio convention to take such ac
tion as. In its judgment, would secure
harmony nnd subserve the best Interests
or the Democracy of the district.
Mr. Hill said the Jackson delegates
were not instructed to vote for any par
ticular men, and that if Mr. Townes was
the choice of the convention he nnd his
delegation would stand by the nomina
tion. Ou motion a committee waited on Col.
onel Townes and asked him if he would
be willing to withdiaw.
The colonel objected in a very emphutle
The motion to vote for senator then
Thomas Wilson said that Alexander
could not participate further, as they
were, by instructions, debarred the priv
ilege ot voting tor senator.
The Alexander delegates then with
drew, Messrs. Treece, John Rich and John
Misenhelmer also withdrew.
Nominations were then made, the
the election resulting as follows:
For senator, Heilman, of Colon.
For representatives. John 11. Oberly
For representative, Dr. Agnew, of
Convent loii, ou motion, adjourned.
The Alexander delegates, and a few
from Jackson and I'liiou, held u short
Thomas Wilson in tho chair, aud Wm.
M. Williams, acting secretary.
John Treece placed in nomination for
representative, to fill the Vutaiuy iu tho
ticket, Alexander II. lrviu.
He was nominated by acclamation.
Lookout lor uiuieua Harifulus
At Solomon ParelraV, 112 and 111 Com
mercial avenue, which will arrive soon,
as Mr. 11. Wlcl, who Is rh buyer of this
firm, has left to buy a new aud Iresh sup
, ply of dry goods, notions, clothing aud
furnishing goods, hat, caps, trunks nnd
valises, boots and shoes, w hich I will sell
ns I have done heretofore cheaper than
the chenpest. Therefore don't forget to
call, as It will pay you to trade nt .Solo,
mon Parelra's, 142 nr.1 HI Comtnercla
The epicures ot Cairo will be pleased to
knru that Sproat has commenced keep
ing those superior Southern Oysters
which gave such universal satisfaction
laft wiison. He could have had oysters
be fore, but preferred waiting for a good
article rather than lose his well-e.tab-IMied
reputation. .Tho first shipment
will arrive on Friday morning, Sept,22d.
Bring on your pails nnd pitchers nnd get
something good. Jonx Si-no.t r.
Corner 12th street aud Ohio hvvec.
We have no hesitation hi saying that
the Charter Oak is the best arranged for
burnjng any kind of fuel of any stove we
have'ever seen, and our customers, with
out n single exception, proclaim them
perfect in ull their arrangements, and es
pecially adapted to the soft coal of the
Mr. Gustnve IVetzol having returned
to Cairo, has fitted up his old rooms cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue, as a first-class photograph gall
lery, where he will lo happy to see his
old friends and patrons, as well as scores
of new ones. All orders in the picture
line will be executed in first-class stvle.
and at prices to suit the times. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
"satisfaction or no charge." 8-31-1 m.
NP. I AI. OI 14 E.
Mothers can secure health lor tlicir chil
dren and rest for themselves by the use ot'L'aa
tora. a perfect substitute for Cantor oil. It is
a'.ee!utc!y harmless, and g us ileaant to take
as honey. For Wind-Colllo sour stomach.
worm:) or constipation, lor young or old, there
is outhing in existence like it. It Is certitio, it
is sieedy, it is cheap.
Caked Breasts. Kliunuitism, scia-
iiiU sprains, l iff joints, burn
scalds poisonous bites, and all flesh, bone and
muscle ailments, can lie absolutely cured by the
Centaur liniment. What the White Liniment
is for the huiuiin family, the Yellow Liniment
Is for spavined, Railed and lame horses and ani
By virtue of nn execution to rue directed by
the clerk of the circuit court i f Alexander
county, in the State of Illinois, in favor ol El
len Wulsh and against Bernard Muyth. I have
levied upon the lullowing described property,
LotB numbered twelve (til and thirteen (Is) iu
block numlicred two (-); the undivided "lie-ball
(')uf lot numbered enrlit (M) in block num-
lie'red twenty-seven (i7j Hie undivided one-tmlf
(',) ol lota numiiensi seveuieen (1 1 1 iiiki eign
teen (IS) iu block numbered thirty (n), all in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and tule
of Illinois. Also lot uumbered aeveu (7) in
block numbered twenty-six lot uumbered
three ( ') in block numbered lorty-llve vt"'), lot
numlH-red thirty-seven (.HT) in block numlicred
furty-seveu (47), 1I nuiiilicrcd ten (HI) in block
numbered einlity-three (Sb. '1 he lease hold in
terest in aud to lot iiumls red eight () in block
numbered eighteen (I"), together with the
buildings und improvements siluutcd llien-ou,
all said lait mentioned lots and block lieiug sit
uated in the lirst addition to the city oft airo, in
the countv of Alexander and Mate of Illinois, as
the property of the said Hernard myih, which
1 sbull Oder at public sale al the SouUi-west door
of the Court llo ise io the city of Cairo, in the
county of Altxanderjiud sluteof Illinois, ou the
b'th day of September, A. 1'., 17', at the hour of
eleven o'clock, n. in., lor C'at-h, to sal i-f . said
execution. AI.KX. II 1HVIV,
Sheriff of Alexander County, 111.
Cairo, Ills. . Aui:ut 'Mh IsT'i. d-td
Ly virtue of an execution to me directed by
the cleik ot the circuit court of Wovne
county, iu the Slate of Illinois, in favor of Wil
liam MiiU'flTer uudagainst hi leu Trousdale, I hae
levied upon the foiluwinir described proptr';-,
Lots numlicred one (I), two (2), three n),
four H). Ilve(.i), six (il). seven (7) and eight (s),
ad in block numbeniU ten (I"), iu the third ad
dition to the city of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander and Mateof Illinois, a the proierty of the
aid Ellen Trousdale, w hich 1 shall oileral publiu
saleat the Soulh-west door of the Com t liouse
iu the city ol Cairo, in the coiity of Alexander
and Suite of llliuois.on the l' thilay of September
A. I) , ls7S at the hour wl'eleven o'clock, a.m. ,
for C ash, to satisfy said execution.
ALEX. II. IKVIX.
Sheriff Alexander County, Ills.
fair), Ills., August 2Mb IsTo. d-td
E. r. Hunker Illtivt- Wine of Iron
has never been known to fall in the cure of
weakness, attended with syuiptoius; India
position to exertion, loss of memory, ditli
cultv of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, uei vons trembling, dread
ful horror of death, uiyht sweats, void feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular sysU-ni,
cdoiiiious appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, lUsbing ol the boJy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid couutenaLc and
eruption') on the face, purilj iny the blood,
naio in tho ba.'k, heaviness of tbu eyelids,
frequent black spots !liiitf before the eyes
with temp.trury sulU-ion and los uf sight,
want ot attention, etc. These sjmptoms
all arise from a wcuknes,. aud tj remedy
that, use K. K. Kunkel's Hitter Wiue of
troa. It never lails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only K. V. Kunkel's.
neward of counterfeit and base imita
tions As Kunkel's flitter Wine oflrouis
so well kiio.vii all over the country, drug
gists themselves nuke an imitation an I try
to sell It oil lo their customer, when ilifj
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Hitter W iue of Iron is put up
only in l bottles, and Iih a yellow wrapper
nicely put oa the ou'slre with the pro
prietor's photoffrapli on tli wrapper of
each bot'le. Always look for the plioto-
f rttpH on ilio outside, and you Will always
ie sura lo get t centime. One dollar pel
bottie, or six for $5. Sold ly druggtsis and
ALL YVOKMS KKMOVED ALIVE.
E. K Kunkel's Worm Syrtitt never fail
to des loy Pin Seat and Moiuuch Worms.
Dr. Kuusel, the ouiy suceesstul phjsician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
a'lve, with lied. and uu fee uutil removed,
Cohxuiou seu-a teacups that il Tape Worm
be itiiioved, all other worm can be readily
destroyed. Seed lor circular to !r. Ki.n.
kel. No. .'i North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or eall ou your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kuukel'a Worm Syrup.
Price, f TOO. It never tails.
English Brussels. Three Ply and lnruiu,
also, Stiir Carpet", Velvet Hus, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
C'arpot rureltdly jiaekod aad sent to saj
part of the Lotted states free of chary.. ,
tr-ijn:ron price list.-"
7-1-1 y. J. A. BEIfDALL.
By virtue or an execution lo me directed
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the State of Illinois, In
favor of Bernard McManus and aesfnst
James A. Fry, I hava levied upon the lel
Wwlng described propeity.-ln Fin Addlt
Ion to ths city of Cairo, in the Countv ol
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit:
aii or me rtBitt. title and interest of snld
James A. Fry In and to lot numbered thir
teen (1H) In block numbered forty-seven (47
muiku i nnaii oner ai pjnii-- Kale ni the
Snutli-wekt door of Ui Court ilouse In the
City ol Cairo, lu the Conn.r of Aleisnder
and Statn ot lllinnl, on the pith day of Sep.
teniber, A. 1)., 1H70, ht the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M.f for Mill, ta sntisfy said ex.
ec'ttion. , ALr.x.H. liivi.
f-tncrnr of Alexander toanty, Illintrtr.
Cairo, Ills., AUtruft Ji;. 78rt.v dtif
To Bridire Builder.
Proposal will )e received eitH -Monday -2nd
October, nt lu o'clock, a m., in rhe buildina- of
one hri.lire aer l.nwrenre rreck, tt o mlie
north of l belies, one hundred juid ebrht feet
Jonn t one hrida-e across Sandy creek, oa the
LairaiUvl .foneshoro road, ninety-two feet long;
and one bridge acnimOiqierscrerk. on the Cairo
and Jonesboro roel, tdiiy fret lonir, tneconatv
reserving the ritrht to reject any or all bids'.
lid will lie eons. dered lor any or all bride,
separately nr together
r or plans and Hjieciflcttions fcpply to
I VVILSUN, Omni) -Com'r., .
, . st Halllday llros.' office.
Cairo, Sept. It, liffe.
!5y order of the Countv Commissioners cf Al
exander county, there will be otTwed 0p sale, b
ptiblic auction, at Thebes, on the 'th day of
fpt , ls;. at II o'clock, a.m , the old Co.irt
Hniue, including the grounds on which it is situ
ated, designated and known as the Public
square. Terms of tb sale: Cash or ennnty
Indebtedness. O. W. HAMMONS, Co. Cem'r.
Cairo, S:pt. 14, 1S76.
Mrs. C. McLean, .
"WX ISJ TJJJHl'b HT.onw
AI.ARCE slock of Millinery and Fancy
Ciooils. A flrst-class Millinery Store in
every respect. o-l:t- m
Slreelo. t hi.
Chartered by the
h wit , jf'jrx. owe oi minou.
A for the Finn...
pxiiM'f purpose l giving
'S' jfVrr,r-ro immediate reluf
n sll cases of private, chronic, and urinary di
seases in all their complicated forms. It 1 well
known that Dr. .lame has stood at the head at
the profession lor the past 'J years. Age and
exM.rienceareall-iniportHnt, Nemlnnl Weak
, night losses by dreams pimples on the
face lost manhood can positively be cureed
ladies wanting the most delicate attention, eall
or write. I'leasaut home for iwtieuta. A book
for the million. Marriage Ciuide, which tells
you all alKiut these diseases who should marry
-whv not iu cents to pay postage. ir James
has HO room aud parlor. You lee no one but
the doctor OtUce hours, a a.m. to 7 D m. Sun
days, lo to li. All business strictly conflden
How To Stake Money.
We will state that the surest, best and
speediest way to multiply and inc!ease"
i to call at No. 12 M'all street. New Yotk,
and consult with Alex Frotliingbam Jk. Co.
These k'eotleinen, who have long been
idcntilied with the history and adajra of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary atftlrs, and in everything nppertsinlng
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and pronuieucy. It may al-o be said that
of the many li'rokers in that city they are
not only the most popular, but also the
most miees.-dul, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Atnon the customers of the house of
Alex Frothingham A Co., are somo o' our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly indebted to the lubors of this
tiriu lor much of tbe wealth they ;nnv enjoy.
During the long aud successful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Fro' bins-haui & Co.,
in t'.ii city they have uarned for tacmsclvea
an enviable reputation for honesty, integ;
r ty and faith, and enjoy a business; almost
colossal lu its proportions, in fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year is something wonder
ful, and olten farm tiie subject of. coin
incut. It need buta visit to their spacious
elliocs In Wail street to prove the truth of
the above statement.
llow they muna;e to convert $10 to 120,
ili to gl, 40 into !), and to on, ts a
secret which tliev alone can explain; but
thar l. icy succeed in doing so is a fact t"o
well known t9 admit of doubt, li you
woii'd saie'y mi J profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to fsvor this tirin
with your cash and coutl Jence. That by so
doiug you will reap an abundant reard,
the experieuce ot thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a curse in these times of tottering
bunk and financial stringency must he ap
parent to the most indltfereut and careless
Messrs- Alex. Frotliingbam & Co., are
prepared to invert money to any amount in
the best scurit'cs, aud In every traosac
tion iu which they may be engaed guar
antee en'ire satisfaction to those who honor
tliem with their putronnge.
jaTSeud for their (Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who tf.'-sire tbem. Front X. Y. iff
n.ioli: Auril 10 1H7U. 7-ltt-eod;!ni
reutennlal Esrurnlonlsf . '
Will, of course, wish to see all the sight
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTUE11N H'V C034TASY
has, through it connections in tno '. W
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Toi-uis ra' Excthsion Ticket
at greatly rediued rates, by which piusen
ger can not on y visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at l'hiludelphla, but can, lu addit
ion, lsit the principal eat tern cities, w iih an
opportunity of stopping at any ot the great
number of famous resorts in New York
and l'v-DDsj lvauls. Tho CANADA SOU fit-
VMS is the only line from the west ruuniog
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, from the train, a wonderful pauoiauiio
view ot the MIGHTY CAT Alt ACT,'
HOUSE-SHOE FALL, the OH EAT
KAl'lUS, and lundiu them directly at the
Falls. The track of tbe CAN ADA fcOUTIl
KUN 1 an air line, laid with steel rails ot
tbe heaviest pattern; there are no curves
or grades; wood is used lor luel ; Coaches
are luruisbed with ibe Winch-H Fatea
Veutilator. enuih g pi elect IritdoUi I row
dust. W I bits couiplete y slriu ol Bisguif
cetl FAKL"lt Sl.RKri.VU AM D1UW
ISO ltooM Alts from CtHCAOO
DETROl r AND TOLEDO. u 4 It aajsmt
able connection at MAOAUA FALLS
AND HCFFALO with tha NKW YORK.
CENTRAL AND EU1K RAILWAYS, tbe
Canada Southern is fatt ieoanjBs tbe
FAN oKtTKLIXliTOTrJE EAUT. TiekoU
via ibis popular line eaa he procured at al
otHces of ionocctlng lints, r at tbe osa
Aoy informatioa en he obtalaed by ad
dressing FRANK fi. KNOW. .
Oeu'i Pass, aad Tioka As-'l, arrs)OlT.
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