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J. U. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, t'alro nf,
x Imnjp for St. loul. properly.
A line residewe on corner llalhroiik
avenue ami Twenty-third treet, at a
' hi Kiln.
Tho Mtutlt Imll (.ft lie "Wot" hoiiNC at
Uood two atory brick suit able for
tore and office, on t'nniiuerelul avenue,
tetween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick tl welling corner Nlneto ntti
aud I'oplnr utrcctn.
Saloon and fliture, tout h west corn
t Eighteenth street and Commercial
venue, at a bargain.
Cottajre on Twelfth afreet, vvrt ol
oiniiH rciul avenue, $10.
Dwelling houe on I 'rn street, wen
i; I Washington avenue.
Two huines house on Ivee afreet,
kUive Eighth, f W em h.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
v xt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story bonne on lUnnmerciul av
enue. Two tenement 4 MiiUble tor shops
Store-room corner Twentieth ami
Poplar streets, $12 60.
Store room adjoining above, ftf.
Up stairs of house on Commercial av
enue, near 19th gtrcct. Suitable for
J welling, $3.
Tenement numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's Kow. 3 rooms each for $10
kt month. In flrst-claj. order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good Untiit,
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, (12 a month.
Hoonia In various part of the city.
FOU LEASE OK SALE.
f Andrt. In tract to suit, near Cairo.
Leather flMdHaapi rr . C 'betaav.
r Itaaai ever Before Mld in tmlro.
I will from thin date sell leather and
Hidings cheaper than ever ljelore otK red
Ileal Cinclnnutl ouk solo..... iOcts.lb
Howard's best slaughter
leather 31 to 32 "
All other leather and findings in pro
KrtIon. No. 'M Commercial avenue, l
t ween Fifth and Slith street, airo, Illt
uol. Boots and shoes made up in the
latest styles, and ol the best material and
good workmanship. Hoots and shoe at
reduced prices. Aud only tlie. the best
St. Ixttii custom-made and my own
make ol boots and hIkm-s will be sold.
8-lS-tf - ('. Ksch.
U ( Ihe MfBtlB r loral9
If the Atchiton, Topcka and Sauta Fe
Railroad, the new and popular Hue from
Atchison and Kan wis City via the beauti
ful Arkansai Valley, to I'ueulo, Colora
do Spring, lH-1 Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Kc and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip ticket, to Denver, only $50, allowing
Mop-ofl privileges both ways on the
muin line, and at Colorado Spring.
Manitou and I'ike'd Teak. Jxw emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Tollman I'alaoc Sleeping Cars lxtween
the Miouri River and ltocky Moun
tains, without change. Dose connec
tion iuadv at 1'ticblo with trains for
l iivt r and Northern Colorado.
For roups, tintr tables and tlie ' Sun
Juan Cuidc,'' ftillrtptt
T. J. Axokrsox,
(Int. I'm. Agt.,
Mslf Topfka, Kav.
We will deliver our best lump coal on-
'. and V. II. R. track In Cairo at $.10 per
car loud of
TW KLVK TOX8.
This coul has .no acr-KKiort for grates
and houiiehold use generally.
Addrej all orders tor coal to
J AMaiH A. VlALI. & Co.,
Single cord $1 SO
Five 30 rd lots - 3 23
COl. 1'AKAbIMK AM Dili mcodv :
Single tou $3 SO
Three 3 25
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Wueelkr&Co.
The epicures ot Cairo will be pleased to
learn that Sproat bos commenced keej
lug those superior Southern Oysters
which gave such universal satisfaction
last season. lie could have had oysters
before, but preferred waiting for a good
article rather thau lose his well-established
reputation. The first shipment
will arrive on Friday morning, Scpt,22d.
Bring on your pails and pitchers and get
something good. John Si-hoax.
Corner 12th street and Ohio levvee.
M. J. McOiiuley U proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood's Wis, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, aud all
kind of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases. He employs no
agenU, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at bis drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
SO cents jer dozen. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. ' H-lO-dalm
lly a card published in another place
it will be seen that Mr. 1L A. Kdmund
Hon is no longer a candidate for the oflice
of sheriff". This leaves the field clear to
Hobliison andSaup, and over the bone
they can fight it out. Both are well-
known and popular, and will not tail to
get In their best licks between now and
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar is supplied with
pur wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-35-tf Jo. RoxKKF.H.Prop'
KOK MIKItlf .
Wr r ulhorllel to nnouncc Jt ill N II.
Itoiil.N.soN cnihcU for siH-nffor Alex-nti-riMiuntr,
at Um njraioa ctiuntf rlrction.
We ire atborif l toannouitn that R. A. El
nninlon Usn Inilnitadmt Kublimo iiiM
tatr lur htiettff, at tite. ranainit couutf nirtSlion.
W srr mitliuritnl lnnnoun(PKTF.n
for km lDil-nlrut candidate for Mwriffof Al-
(ndrrcouuljr, mi llir nmuing cuunty rln lino.
'K.uittiH IltttaTiKi I'li-te announce tint t
m a caodlliite fur tfc olUv cif HUtn Atturt.r
lur Ali-tkfidrr rotinty ae tlm November lei
Wa'iirr nuiboriznl In annunrr l,Fl. W.
MlLN-rtKIC kH, JK , ' a cun lidatc Ml Ike Nu
trnubrr flertion, lor Htam Aitornry fur Alex
Wo are authnrlZMl to ann'mnie Wll.l.lAM
W. U'l'IIKKI r.U an a raudiilale for Ulrcuit
( Irrknf Alrxandi-r rnuntv at the coming cuiioty
W are outhorUed to annonnrr JOHN O,
ItAUMANax a candi'late fur the oflire .f C ir
ruit elerk of Alexander rmmtjr ut the enduing;
We am atithori-l to annoiiiii-c lOIIN A.
IthKVK a aCAUdiilale lor llie oltii-e ol ( lirillt
l.leik at tlie Novrmtier election.
Wtareauthoried to announce W. F.I'fTt.'HKU
a candidate for the (ifS. e of Circuit Cleric of
Alexander county at Ihe Novemtier election.
ASCAIXN lAM(iK, NO. 61.
Kn lift) to of I'rtliiai, meet every Fri
day liiglit at half-past Keren, in Odd-
Fellowa' Hall. lluwt.
OAtJiXANbKB NO 224.
Independent Onler of Odd-Fel-loi,
meetn erery Tburaday nurht
at lilt-t seven, in their nail on
cnnirrrlul aenoe, iM-tween Sixth mui) Seventh
rvt N. A. UavjiiE. N U
1AIUO KNCAMI'MKNT, f. O. O. F., meet
xlil-Frllow' Hall on the 0 rat and third
tla) iu every Month, at lialf-paat aeven
A . Com I wo. C P
A CAIRO I.OIMJE. NO. 237, A. F. A. M.
mM- Hold regular communication In Ha
J sonic Hall, comer Oiiomercial avenue
'and Kightli tn-t, on the aeexjod and
'ourth Monday of eh month.
ATM OF AD VKKTIHIXU.
UAU bills for advertiaiDK, are due and pay
able IK AfiVAMCB
Tranaietit advertUing will be inaerted at the
rate of II W per aqnare for the flrat innertion
aod SO cents fur each subsequent one A liberal
diacovnt will be uuvle on aundiug and linpl
For Inaerting Funeral nutice $1 00 NVJce o I
meeting of aocietlea or aecret oplert Vi cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Hupier Doticra
will only be InavrteU as a.lvertiin.nu
No adrertlaeiuent wilt be received at teat thaa
cents, and no advertisement will tie interted
fur leas tlian three dollars per mouth
TIIUKSDAY. SKITKMBKK 21. 1S70.
Local Weattbor Stefiort.
Caum. Ux., Sept ttJTi"..
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"crseant. Siirnal Hi-rvlw. I'. H. A.
A complete line of line sIkh-s for ladies
wear Jut mt-ivetl by t). II ay thorn A; Co.
Antrim lain New York buying bis fall
stock of ready made clothing. 0-21-It
For sale, a new top bugjjy and a set of
new burner. Apply to A. IF. Iitviv.
Antrim Is in the eat buying f ill and
winter Mtyln h;iU and cap, don't forget
Mujor James Buchanan, Signal Ortlcer
and Inspector, arrived in this city this
Children's line sewed shoes with raw
hide too a new invention. If a feature at
A. Black's shoe store. 19 3t
Capt W. L. Hmnbleton and Mr.fi. F.
.Meyer of Mound City were in the city
Antrim has the largest stock and the
latest sty les of ties, collars, furnishing
goods, etc., remember that. fl-2l-4t
Kemember the grand ball by the Tur
ners at Turner hall, Monday evening,
September 25th, 170. 9-12U
Mr. John Antrim left Cairo yesterday
morning by the Cairo and Vlncennes
railroad for the centennial.
r ir-t grand ball of the season by the
Cairo Turner Society, at the Turner hall,
September 25th, 1870. 0-12 tt
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit furui near
Villa Kldge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to I. Artkh.
M-lIr-tf Cairo, III.
The opening bull ol the season will be
given at Turner ball, Monday evening
September 25th, 1670. A good time is
anticipated and all arc invited. 0-1 2tf
Specialties at A. Black's shoe store are
misses1 aud children's Scotch edge walk
lug shoes. They nie conceded by ev
cry one that has used them as superior to
anything in the market. J'J 3t
Mr. Wm. Steele, formerly at Itanium's
hotel, SU I.otils, lias taken cliarge of the
St. Charles hotel barber shop, Mr
Steele is a first class barber.
An intelligent lady remarked that Iter
shoes always fit well, and gave the most
perfect satisfaction. Of course she buys
them of U. II ay thorn & Co. 9-21-3t
We will open a complete Hue of men's
fine shoes towlay, of the best manufacture
in the world. We can fit everybody.
9 21-:U O. II. Uaythoux & Co.
We presume the Jiadicul will make a
desperate effort to gather a big crowd at
the court bouse to-night' to bear lion.
Shelby M. Culloni, tho Radical caudidate
The fluent line of gentlemen and boys'
custom work that have ever been
brought to this city, can be found at A.
lilnrk', inc luding all Mylci of latud and
macltiit' fewnl ltcit, e6njtrts and
Alcxl. - ' ' 1 ' 9-M-2t
There U only one place In the city
where a complete line of Indies, gentle
men and children's xhoes can Ik' found,
and that 1 at O. I In) thorn Cu fcV21 1M.
Inilnr )i k Fitzgerald Informs us that
lie has "three white men, four colored
gentlemen, ami two eolored Indies in the
county jail," ami bu Wd, tihcy am 'all
happy in their itaery.',v H i ' ;
Voung gentlemen aud ludie who have
not, tor so long a time, had an opportun
ity to "trip the light fantastic," runy do
so at tlie Turner ball, Monday evening.
September 25th, ls7. nHft
Col. Kobert W. McCartney, brother of
Ihe lrrepreible ,1. F. McCartney of
Metropoli", was in town ycnterday on ills
way east. He will visit flic'' Centennial
and nil the eastern cities leforo returning.
A. Black, who has returned Irotn Bos
ton, i now receiving his linincue Mock
of bootrt ami hlitM-s. lie jmr ha-'eil theo
goods for cash, and now oMi-r to cah
custoiniTS greater .indiH-einettt than any
other house in Southern Illinois. MMt
Mesr. Woodward and I'hillips. Hadi
cal candidates for tlie legislature from
this district, addressed a moderately well
attended meeting of the "faithful" at
I'liillis' ball lut evening.
The business room, CI Ohio leveo
lately occupied by I. Farnbakcr, is va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar and an
office up stairs, iu same building:. Por
particulars apply to Itobert Smyth, CO
Ohio levee. tf
Kcmemlier that O. Ilaythoni A. Co.
keep a larger and more complete line of
ull grades ot shoe and boots than every
stock in Cairo would make it they were
combined against them. Co there and
be suited without trouble. ; t -21-3t
Sproat. the "ice-man," will receive Ids
liret shipment of. thoso celebrated south
ern oysters to-morrow morning. They
ore a splendid article and go oft like hot
cakes. They arc sold iu quantities to
Charlie I May, Jim Mason, Walt Cun-
ilifl'atnl a number of other voung men
whose names we do not now remember,
have organi.cd a first-class martial band,
and arc furnishing muic for political
meetings. The band is a good one and
The Democratic barbecue at Hodge's
park next Saturday will be attended by a
large number ot Democrats and others
from this city. We understand arrange
ments are to be made with the (.'airo and
St. Lotus narrow gauge to run a special
train to and from the grounds. Plenty to
eat, good speeches, and a good time gen
erally may be anticipated by those who
We are authorized by ( apt. W. M,
Williams to state, that it having been re
ported that ho would probably Im s can
didate for the office of Circuit Clerk at
the approaching election, that under no
circumstances whatever could he be in
duced to become a candidate at this time.
He Is not in the field tor office, and wishes
bis friends ami the public to so under
A great war in France was tho indirect
conseqnenct of dirty clothes and badly-
kept jierson. Cardinal Dc IIct7, notori"
ou-j for jx'rsonal carelessness, entered the
presence, of (jueen Anne of Austria,
smelling not very sweetly. He was in
sulted by his (jueen, and iu return stirred
up the commons to revolt. If the Cardi
nal could have hail plenty of B. T. Bab
bitt's Best Soap, thousands of lives would
have oeen saved.
The only shoe store in the city Is that
of A. Black, and his endeavor to make it
one of the great 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 be manages to
buy his stock of goods at the fountain
head and for cash, aud that he obtains
for our people the best grades ot goods
at bottom prices. Call and examine his
stock. It will give you real delight, to
do so. 0-l!)-3t
Dan Hartinan has gone F.ast. Ho h
now in New York, and buying the
largest and most complete stock of China
and glassware ever brought to this mar
ket. His stock ot fancy article will be
unsurpassable in variety or quality. He
Is closing out bis dry goods at New
York prices, and w ill move bis entire
stock ot queensware, etc.. Into his store,
corner ot Sixth street and Commercial
avenue, and will give bis attention here
utter exclusively to the glass and queens
Capt. Halliday, Leing a religious man,
and scorning any and everything thtt
savors of sacrilege, will, when he has
finished reading this item, tit once give
orders for the blotting out of the lettering
en the immense lump ot coal which
stands out in f ront of Ids bouse on tho
levee as a sign'. Two ladles passingnhls
two-ton lump of coal: First lady "Oh,
my I Ain't that splendid V" Second lady
(reading) "l-a-r-a-d-l-s-e coal. Oh, my!
Ain't that awful ! That's saeriligious !
l'anulite coal !"
Sheriff Iryiii left yesterday afternoon
by the Illinois Central railroad for Ihe
penitentiary at Jollet'Jwilh tho following
prisoners, sentenced ut the present term
of the Circuit Court: John Lewi (col
ored), assault to rape a little ten-year old
girl, tcu years ; Chas. Steward (.colored)
larceny, three years; Frederick C'lifl
(white), larceny, three years; 'John
Brown alias Hardin (colored), one year
aud six months ; Chas. Mitchell (colored),
larceny, two years; Peter Barber (color
ed), larceny, three years J Thomas Lynch
(white), larceny,' onv year rami nine
month; f i'H '.'J 'HI!
A corresiiondent writes a follows:
' Cray nre'! i Shaver, lias written to
tlailleal speaker t ctlooinlleld, to
hiiye fpoii tbefn Ihe ptesliig iiei-tfof aW
lor htt ta'iise lif Cairo aud ftonthern Illl-
nols. The writer thinks be extruded an
invitation to attend the meeting to be
held at Hip Methodist Church grounds
on tho Narrow Uaugc railroad, ami said
iw luclr meeting bad lrn called a "pow
wow" by the Cairo Bci.I.ktin. it was the
Intention of his colored friends to make
it such Indeed. He thought. It possible
that some of thov Democracy j might pre
iwne ti tr j t. spank there, :nj In that
ense be wanted some otA present who
could corn" with their best speakers.
'Ihe lit ii. mis might ask him something
about bis Misourl friends ; also ak htm
bow it i that his bosom friend Bill Scott
bar gone back on him to such an extent
that he has to follow him (Scott) to bii
alnou to get an interview."
: ' POLITICS IN FULASKI.
Jmlae Urren at .Vloniitt Cily-Uunl
rtcnnlanltuit i lieerlnar The
Outlook In Itndlenl Kitl-n I'nlnabl.
Km ion lit i i.k! in : On lat Saturday
evening, the lit It inst., Judge Wm. II
(irecn, under very unfavorable eircmn-ltn)i-
nindo one of bis happiest efforts
tnltchalfol reform to a goodly number
of citizen ot both parties, nnd as an in
dication of success, quite a numlier of
tlie most rerpectablc portion of our col
ored community staid ami thoroughly,
listened throughout his sound reasoning
and able speech of one aud a half hours,
Kvcry ne who was present, both white
and black, eulogize it as a most masterly
Our club organizations having one in
every precinct in the county, are doing
good work, and nearly every German
those slow acting, but sound reasoning
citizens, who have heretofore been
so fearfully , misled, are en
thusiastic iu the expressions
of admiration of the present ticket,
platform, and movement, and will almost
to a man vote for Tilden, Hendricks
ami nforni. A 'good many Pulaski
county folks w ill le at Unity on the 23d.
It should prove a real Democratic love
feast. I um In receipt of a letter from
the lion. W. .1. Allen, giving the most
cheering intelligence of prospects in the
northern part ot this state. Indications
point inevitably to the election of Stew-
urd. Our candidates for county officers
arc out at last and at work, and will stir
things liyelv. All ol "Haiu's' friends,
aud they are legion here, are rejoiced to
bear ol his nomination to the position
that he is so well qualified to till. He
will prove the right man iu the right
place. If you care to have another I
will jot you again J. W C.
Mm ni Citv, ill Sept. 17, ls7.
Wlial wn llone in the CirruU ami
Probate l uurls lterrty.
ciRtrrr coi rt.
The case ot Parrott vs. I 'uiro and St.
Louis railroad was continued until next
' In the cae ot J . II. Reed vs. New Or
leans, St. Louis and Chicago railroad,
Nicholas Cant well and John Sproat,
judgment was given for the plaintiff' for
$4:15 nnd costs.
In the case ot the People vs. Ooodall,
Scott and Whitehead application for a con
tinuance, and the court gave the defend
ants until this morning to tile an aflida
vit showing cause tor a continuance.
Alliert Stain who was indicted at the
last term of our court, but not arrested
until several days ago, had a trial yester
day. The evidenca was very clear and
afler a very short consultation the jury
returned a verdict of guilty and fixed bis
sentence at live years iu tlie penitentiary.
. J'HOUATK court .
Judge Brow convened probate court at
the usual hour yesterday morning, when
the following business was transacted :
Kstato of Alfred Cauble, deceased :
M iles Cauble, administrator. Annual re
port tiled, approved and ordered re
corded. Same estate ; supplementary Invento
ry filed, approved and ordered of rcord.
Guardianship of Adam J., minor heir
of Daniel Mowcry, deceased ; Towell
Mowery, guardian. Annual report filed,
approved and ordered recorded.
It. A. Edmundson vs. It. A. Kdmund
son, administrator of the estate of James
II. lUdgway, deceased; W. C. Mulkey, at'
ministrator pendente lite. Action, as
sumpsit ; demand, $7:12.32 ; continued
from July term for further proof. Final
bearing of the case, and judgment ren
dered for $720.22 against said estate.
plaintiff to pay costs. Claim to be of
County Superintendent of Schools vs.
H. A. Edmundson. as administrator of
the estate ot J. A. I'pchurch, deceased.
Administrator waived service and notice,
and entered appearance. Evidence beard
and judgment for $:i9.62. Seventh-class
John P. lleley vs. same estate ; same
order as above, and judgment rendered
for $5.00, to 1m; of seventh cla.ss claim.
Guardianship of Henry and James
Gjeason, minor heirs of Jas. Gleusou, dc
ceaaei. Mieliatl LyocU, jr., guardian;
citation against guardian to file sale
bill, and report. Citation ordered for
guardian to appear and tile sale bill and
rejwrt at next term of the court.
Mr. Guslave Wetzel having returned
to ( 'airo, has fitted up his old rooms cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue, as a llrst-elass photograph gall
lery, w here be will bo happy to see bis
old friends aud patrons, as well as scores
ot new one. All orders iu the picture
lino will be executed in first-class style,
and at prices to suit the tloies. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to bis old principle,
"satisfaction or no charge." K-31-lua.
Look Out t
John Aiitrini has gone east, to look
titf or mi J'tlsf 'nVr rew
fasblonablo ready-made clothing in a
short time. He buy close and will give
yIargaiii. 'iiu 'oii'i zk-nc
'ihe Kgyptian KnlghU have rented
th hall over Cattlngcr's tin More and
hold their meetings every Monday night.
KggS butter, lard and bacon are ns
scarce as hen's teeth here at present
there being none In the market.
Our public school oen October 21.
Dr. Keesco lias a new addition to bis
family. It's a girl.
The Sons ol Temperance have noti
fied several of our prominent busi
ness houses to close their dior on Sun.
day, or expect to be prosecuted tor vio
latlon of the Sunday law. What effect it
will have remain to e seen.
Sweet potatoes still continue to cmuc
into market very lat. Forty cent Is the
price paid for them.
So far Dongoln litis not bad a political
meeting of cither kind.
.Mrs. S. Williamson ha removed to lo5
Commercial avenue, next lour to the
athcneuni. It Is needles for n to say
that Mr. Williamson's reputation a a
milliner has long Iteen known In this city
and surrounding country, ami she invites
nil ol her old and new patrons to call and
examine her large stock of the latest
styles of hats, (lowers and trimmings.
Also ornament 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 of the same. She also bleaches and
shapes hats in tlie latest styles-
l.nakunl for Immenwe llnrKnini
t Solomon Parcira's, 112 and HI Com
mercial avenue, w hich will nrriye soon.
as Mr. B. Wiel, wfio Is the buyer of this
firm, has left to buy a new and fresh sup
ply of dry goods, notions, clothing and
furnishing goods, hats, caps, trunks nnd
valises, boots and shoes, which I will sell
as I have done heretofore cheaper than
the cheapest. Therefore don't forget to
call, a it will pay you to trade at Solo
mon Parcira's, 1 12 and 111 Comniereia
Kemnved to Sew Ntorev
Mrs. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed from her old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's Block, corner
of Seventh street nnd Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and increased
facilities. She is now receiving new
goods from the different trade centers,
keeping a much larger and more varied
stock on hand than formerly. Buying
goods In larger quantities, &he can sell
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction in every instance, both a to her
work nnd the quality of goods.
Good board can In? procured at the
Ilailroad house, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing rates :
Day board $3 00 per week.
Board and lodging 4 00 " "
Despite what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always find on the
table "something to cat." 0-2 1-2 w
The largest stock of cloths and cjissI
meres in the city may be found at John
Antrim's at nil times. He is now adding
to his stock all the late styles. His cut
ter 16 the best in the west. Pits are guar
anteed and prices always satislactory. 4t
MiiHirnl I instrument.
The best violin, guitar juid bass strings
In the city and musical Instruments of a
kinds can be obtained of P.. & W. Buder,
corner of Eighth street and Washington
avenue. Thev make pianos nnd organs
a speciality; K-10-lf
J. t.t-iirtfe Nlelulionae.
on 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. La
dies' and childrcns' bair cut or dressed.
either at the shop or their homes.
Hutu f llnla !
Within the next ten days John Antrim
will receive a full stock of fall styles of
hats of every variety of color and quality.
He buys lor cash and sells at "rock bot
torn" prices. 21-!Mt
AT AUCTION !
At 10 o'clock, a. in., Saturday, Sept.
23. 1S70. corner Fourth and Walnut
streets, Cairo, Ills.
Consisting of tress hoops (all sizes).
jointers, "Dowling machine," blocks and
horses, anvils, grind stones, credits,
heaters, large w indlass, Uaugc nnd Hues
frames, blocks, water tank, lamp and re
lic-tor, 1 1 circular saws from s inches to
30 inches, keg head turner, 1 Iron hoop
cut and punch, 1 broom handle machine.
case cooper's tools of all descriptions, to
gether with howu stock, cooper shop
store house, out buildings and It use o
Sale positive Terms cash.
9 21-:it Auctioneer.
l or Nl.
llv nnlerof the I olliitv I'nmmissloiier of Al
ex inder county, llu-re will be otb red for sale, u
iiuiuic. niiutiun. at 'I lie!-, on the .fill tiny e
Sent . 17(1. at II o'rloek, a. in , the old I o irt
II, inelndiiiir the irrotiud on Inch it issitti
atad. desiuiiaU-d and knovtu as the I'uldio
Siiuare. Tenui of the ale : t 'ash or coiinly
iudebtealiimav U- W. UA.M.MI INS, to. tm'
Cairo, Sept. It, 17''.
Dear Old 4Var.k:3 Ewd!y."
It sings In the heart of fie people I 0-.;r Iv.i
lave oioktled It, jr g rlj hit ksr.a and played is
wr tlurdi ataahave aurcked ta il, asd now haw
t In picture a arantl and r.atU rly pisduclon ot art
If A. M. Millard. Ida critical auurns M:inri3'
fill, at Phlladtluhla, and it daily adnirad M.cui
lads. ThecopiU a fn.a tno no,id should ado.f
pa walla ot etcry Americas !.( .
If not found anlh lic.;rj Ceal.-, terd tota
irder to tho pulilishcr,
J. I. TYPCR, Clv!end, 0
fBlOS til ava.l, Ij.COt r !jnrt tail lor Iri't
NPM 4ri FN.
Mothers ran secure lienlth fiir their chil
dren ami rest fur thinwlveg by the n ofl'as
trn. a perfect mtiMitiitP for CaMur ii. It is
nSiieliifi-ly hnrinli, nnd Is as plcassnt to take
at homy. Kor Wind-Collie sour stomnrh,
worms or ronitiation, tor ynunK or old, there
Is nothing in existence like II. It Is certain, it
Is seedr. it is chesp
I , i . stllT joints, l.urns
scalds. .ototiOn lijfi. and all fli-xh, bone and
tniwle ailments, can tie iiMolntrly cured by the
Centaur liniment. What the White f.iniment
Is fur tho htinmn fmiiilr. the follow Liniment
is f.ir spavined (f illed and lume line and ani
I li linker Hitler Wine of Iron
bus never been known to fall In the cure of
weakness, utlenlel Willi symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, ililli
eiilty ol breathing, trenetul weakness, horror
of ili.eae, we:tk, nervous tremliliiiK. lread
Itil horror of death, iiiyht sweats, cold feet,
weakness, ditntic.-s of vision, languor, uni
versal l.isi-itmle; ol the uitiM-uiar synti-in,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot liumJs, llahliirikT ot the holy, dry
ness of tin) skin, pallid couiitcoat ca Slid
eruption on tho lace, purity ini; tlio blood,
pain in the baek, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent Mack apots tlviuit, before tho eyes
Willi temporary sutlinion and loss of silit,
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, nnd t j remedy
that, ue K. K. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never tails. llio:isnnds arc now
enjoyinir haitli who have used it. Take
only K. F. Kunkd's.
Mew are of counterfeits and base Imita
tions As Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron is
Mj well knotvn all over the country, drus;
et themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it oil to their customers, when llicy
call tor Kunkel's Bitter Wlno of Iron,
Kuukei'a Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in t bottles, ami lias a yellow w rapper
nicely put on the oil'stre with the pro
prietor's photograph on tlm wrapper of
each bot'ie. Alwuvs look for the photo-
frraph on ihe outside, and you will always
le sure to fret tho itcnuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for $.". Soli by druggists and
ALL WOIOH KKMOVKD ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
todesToy l'in Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the on!y successlul physician
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
a'ive, ,with he id, nnd no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches Unit il Tape Worm
lie removed, nil other worms can be readily
destroyed. Semi tor circular to ir. linn
kel. No. a. North Ninth street, h'del
pbia, I'm., nr etll on your druist and ask
tor a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup,
I'rice, l.00. ltuever falls.
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'THEUN H'V COMPANY
has, through its connections in tne Wes
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of TouitisTs' F..(Titio. Tickets
at preatly rediued rates, by which passen
gers cn not only visit tlieCenteunial Kx-
lubition at I'hiladelphia, but can, in addit
ion, ii t the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at any ot the great
number of fatuous resorts in New York
andl'onnsjlvania. The CANADA SOU f 11-
EUN Is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, lrom the train, a wonderful pauoramic
view of tlie MIGHTY CATARACT,
HOKSKSHOK FALL, the CHEAT
RAl'IDS, and landing them directly at tbe
Falls. The track ol the CAN ADA SOU 1 11
EUN Is an air line, laid with steel rails ot
the heaviest pattern; thTe tiro no curves
or jrrides; wood is used lor fuel; Couches
are furnished wi!h tho w inched faten
Ventilator, cnsurirK pieleet freedom from
dust. Wi ll its complete ay-tein of m.iirnlf-
eentl'AKLOK SI.KKIMNU AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND Tt LKDO. and its admir
able connections at NIAUAltA FALLS
AND RCFFAI.O with tha NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern Is fast becomim; the
FA V O RITE LI N K TO Td E EAST. Tickets
vi this popular line can be procured at al
ottk'ei of sonncctlmr lines, or at the com
Any informHtlon;can be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW.
Gen'l Pus. and Ticket A"'t. Detroit.
In Ihe District Court of thal'iiilcd flutes, for the
Southern liritricc of Illinois, in bankruptcy,
In the matter of Michael llcilhron H l'crnanl
Notice is hereby given Hint a iK-ti lion has been
lilcl In said court by said Michael Ileilbron and
Iier..ard Weil of Cairo, In the county of Alex
ander, in said district, duly declared bankrupts
midcr the act of conure'S ot M. rch tvti, Imi7,
for a Uiacharire ami cei-titicato therevt', from all
their deliK and otherclaiiua iirovahle uuder saitl
act, and that ihe aTlll day of Octuber, 1S7U. at
eleven 'clock a. in , is asnijrned tar the hearing
of the same bv the said court, nt 'he I'nited
Mules Court room in the city of Sprintrlteld,
when and wheru ull crelitors of said bankrupts
nnd till other persons in interest, may attend ami
shew cause, 'I any thev have, why the prayer of
said iieiitiolis sliuulil not ae jfrnnt d
liEO. V. 1IOWKX, Clerk.
Mnenur A Itnsdan, atiorneya for petitioners.
Hated MiriiiKlicld. 111., Ncjit- is, A. l. lsTii.
lly virtue of tin execution to me directed by
the clerk of the circuit court of Alexander
county, iu the State of Illinois, in favor ot 1.1
leu W alsh and attuinst lleruanl Mnyth, I have
levied upon the lollowing dcscrilwd projieity,
Lotsuumbered twelve (12) und thirteen (Id) ia
block nimiliereil two (2); the undivided one-halt
('..,) of lot niimlieret eiiht (h) in block uuni
IktoI twenly-cvca lite undiviiled oue-half
(',) of lota numbered seventeen (li) and eigh
teen (I ) in block numla-red tinny (o),all iu
Ihecily ol'Cuiru, county of Alexander and Mate
of Illinois. Also lot numbered seven (7) in
blm-.k numberetl twenty-six (M), lot iiuiiilieml
three ( I) in block iiuiulMrts lolly-live - . lot
numbereit tliirty-xeveu (7) in block uuinlx nil
I'.rly-aeven it?), l"t nuinlH'itsI ten (10) in block
miiib-red einhiy-lhrve ((vl . 'I he lease hold i
Icrvel iu aud lo lot nuuilw-red eirhl (f) in bluck
numliereJ elxhtts'u (!), tomther with tlie
buddings and linprovenienti sitmited tlieivon,
all sulil last mentioned lots and blocks U'lii l
uutisl iu the Ursl ndditiou to the cily ot t alio, in
the county of AlevuieU i aud Mute of llliuois, us
Ihe properly of the said llernitnl Sin J ill, which
1 hhull otl'cr :it puhli sule ul Ihe Soiitli -west door
ot llie t ourl House ill the city of Cuiro, iu the
county ot Alexumlcruud slute ol Illinois, on the
li'lll luy ol M iu iiiisi, .V I'., is. i, ul ineuouroi
eleven o'clock, u. in., lor CuMi, to hsli.-f.' said
cxeculion. AI.KX. II II(IX.
ShcriB'of Alexander County, III.
Cairo, Ills.. Aui;u-.t ' th !'. d-td
lly virtue of an rvts'olioii to me illiuclcd by
the cle k ol the ciu iiit com I of Vtiivne
comity, iu the Mute ol Illinois, in favor of W il
I lion Miucnei'Miidaxuiust Klletl 'I rnlisilulc, I have
levied upou llie followinj; desciilsd prKty,
Iits numbered one (I), two (), three :i),
f.uir (). Uve ( ). iU (i). arvea (7) ami eiu-ht fl,
all iu block iiuinlierwit ten (I"), iu Hie thud nd
ditiou U the city ul I uiio.iu Ihe couiily of Alex,
under and Mule o Illinois, as liieninerly of the
auid Klleu 'I m.ii.mIsIo, which 1 hU oUerut public
sale at the Mmlli-vvest il's-rof the ourl lluu-.e
iu the city of I airo, iu llie couly of Mexamter
and Male i.l Illinois. on the I' tluluy ol .Seiti'inUr
A.l , ls;, al Ihe hour of eleven o'cha-k, a.m.,
for l acli. to sulisl'y aaiil ekwution.
AI.KX. II. 1UVIN.
Sheriu AU-Yander t ouuly , Ills
Cuiro, I1U-. Au;vut i'.lU d-td
KnulUh llrussel. Three l'ly aud Ingrain,
aUo, btsir CarprtsVelvel ltur. Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., veiy cheap
at the Did I'laee
IU FULTON ST.. NEW YORK.
Carpets eare'nlly packed and sent to suy
part of the Foiled Kates tree ol chari;
rrSEKDirOR PRICE LIT.-
7-4-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
P.y virtue of an execution to me directed
by tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex.
under County, In the State of IDiools, In
favor of Bernard McManus aod against
.lame A. Fry, I have levied Upon the fol
lowing described propeity, In Flrat Addit
ion to tns l Ity of Cairo, in the County ot
Alexander and Ktnt of Illinois, to-wit:
All of tlm rlvht. title nnd Interest of said
James A. Fry In and to lot numbered thir
teen (I3i In block numbered forty-seven (47)
w hich I shall offer at pjbllc sale at the
South-west door of the Court House In tbe
City ot Cairo, In the County ol Aletandcr
and State ol Illinois, on the lfitlidav of Sep
tember, A. !., !;, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A M., for cash, tt satisfy said ex
ecution. Ai.rx, II Ira in,
sherlif of Alexander County, Illinois.
airo, Ills., Augusts, 1S76. dtd
To Hrldffe BnlMera.
I'ropo'als w ill be received until Monday, ?nd
Octolsr, nt KinYliirk, a m., r.r the tmildiutf of
one ImdKe across lnrrcnce creek, two mlies
north r r I helies, one hnudrcd and elht feet
lotiK ) one biidue ncross Sandv creek, on the
Cairo nnd .lunetMro road, ninety-two feet ln?;
nn I one liridxcacrosa toper's creek. on the Cairo
ami .lotRslmro rond, aixty net Ion, theeonnty
reserving the ilirht to reject any or all hida.
ltiiU will lie cons dered lor any or all brides,
rr plans nnd Hiiecillcatlons apply to
illt)i. WILSON, oumv m'r.,
at I Ull May Pros.' onlcc.
Calio, cU. II, Kn.
Mrs. C. McLean,
A I.AIK,K stock of .Millinery anil Fancy
XVliowls. A lirst-clasa Millinery store in
every rrsiect. 9-l:-:im
Charterei tiy the
State of Illinois
for the express
purpose ol (ivuiff
n all cases of private, chronic, und urinary di
seases in all their complicated forma. It la well
known that Dr. Jamea has Blood at the head ot
the profeasion lor the past ao years. Ajre and
exi-rivnce are alt-important. MmlHHl Weak,
ness, niKht losses by dreams, pimplea on the
face lost mauhnrxt cjvn positively be curved
ladies wanting the most delicate attention, call
or write, rleasant borne for patients. A book
for the million. Marriage Guide, which tells
yon all about these disease who Bhould marry
--why not 10 cents to pay postage. lr Juinea
has :sl rooms and parlor. You see no one hut
the doctor titllce hours, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. foun
ders, 10 to l. All biuincsa strictly ounfldea
How To Make Money.
We will state that tbe surest, best and
speediest wy to "multiply and lnc ease"
is to can at no. l'i w an street, new loin,
and consult with Alex Frotbingham & Co.
These itentlcmen, who nave lorn? been
Ideiitilied with the history and nflairs or
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary alf urs, and In everything apm-ruinlng
to speculation, are unexcelled tor aDiniy
and pioticiency. It may also be said that
ot the tnuny Urokers lu that city they are
not. ruly tho most popular, but also tbe
most tui-cesstul, best patronized, nnd moat
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Anion; the customers ot the house of
Alex Frothiiiirbam A Co., are come o' our
leading nnd representative eitieus, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
tirrutor much of the wealth tbey now enjoy.
Dunmr the lomr and successiui exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Frothingliaiu A Co.,
in ibis city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity anJ faith, and enjoy a business almost
colossal in its proportions. In fact, tbe
amount of business done by this bouse la
the course of a year is something- wonder
ful, and olten forms the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
Offices lu Wall street to prove the truth of
the above statement.
How tbey tnanare to convert )10 to i'Jo,
$1) to $-!(,' 4'l into $80, and so on, is a
secret which thev alone can explain ; but
that t icy succeed in doing; to is a I act too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
wou'.d sulely and profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor tbis nrm
with your cash and confidence. That by so
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
tbe experience ot thousands of our bear
citizens attest. The necessity of takin
such a course in these times of tottering:
banks and linaucial stringency must be ap
parent to the most indifferent and earelcat
Mi irs Alex. Frothlngham At Co., are
prepared to iu.-t money to any amount iu
the best securities, aud in every transac
tion in which they may be engaged guar
antee enure satisfaction, to those who houor
them with their pnt'onoKe.
C iTSeud for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who 'desire them. fom S. Y. Me
i, !;. A uril iO l.sTG. 7-ia-eod:im
L Curious Good Thing
1 bat courts Investlaatlou.;
Ihat coaiuaia prrjudlc.
it cmea aix ...
fever aaid ianela every fur a,
Itjapviwla. lorpilsl l-lser,
Ns-airmif la, Uteuanailsaa.
HeaMiawli. I.lirrlauiks. Heaust Itlasaaa,
1-Blua la at tfv. ttarav aaid rt.
1 krsraad Hti.v uresraratdnMi Tr
M t.ler umtt iMlarallou.
aiua aualaaj avaiU a rstatvlaacdU
Is meilieatrd with etTretiv compounds, t'oraa I f
alisurpllou, aeliiia on iliu lir aud aionach immaUI
atsi) , lakiuic Iroiu His ajsleni s.cry rtivta ul Mala
ria aud Bilious pouou.
Pi. P. W. ruacHiiA:
I takapleaaurs lu te.(ifig that ITolmaa's Aaa
fad tiaa cured Bie, preuiulik aud efltctualiy, of tb
t hills, and, ia aJJiliou lu this, it has paraiaaaaily
curedaiauia toraid aitim of tha iivar. kicb bat
ubjrcud uie to isrriodkal Mlloua attack I and. aa
a couawjueuca. I am now aujoyiua bat tar UealUi Uaa
I kai for twulvs ysaia.
JuMCflt U.f BOBSTOH,
Ataistaut Pual Blaster, t luetuaail. O.
Col. Tkorntou ia well know a as Ilia commander of
au ludiaua kWtliuirnt iu lb war ilb lb Couaxlar.
Price S3. W ill send hf mall baa druaalsl du aoi
kis-a tbain. Hu-I tor iiok voiitaimua aiu.ii valuable
iuluruialioualiul ItiU aroudsrlul cuialiv.
Dr. D. f , Faircbllia Prop., Cuimali, 0.
tike rrerrtblaa valuubla. HOLM AM'! VITIE
Ant) Atil BAUD LIVKIt FaDa, Uat bav atou4
lb last lor yaar. itb a aatioual rvpulalioa for
thalr ttcacy. AB1 Baflka Jol'N IaVKiTBU
AND latlTATtU by clumsy asplnca, aud aadar
0 I liar aaaaM. ivuBM ara a deadly pnlwia, tbr a
lusf tbaaM aiatb aar dual. Tatar iaiBa
1 MAUM ; aplljaa ua to sell a Ik raAaiia t ia
Jsnuia. arv bin Wit bit holm as a. aAaibii
lid PICTURI Aall HIONATCBIt, Uwrt a'4
1 disapaoiatavnt aud iaai.altfca.