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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lain!, Cairo lot,
ctiati(rv for St. I.oiila prirt jr.
A fiin rrilcnre on comer Hallrook
unite and Twenty-thlM stri-H, at a
Tho aoufh Imll utthf "Pilot" hnuc at
Uood two atory brick suitable for
.ore and office on Commercial nvenu,
twcen Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
nd i'ofilar itreeta.
Saloon and fixture, southwest corn
er Eighteenth atreet and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ol
Jomtnercutl avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Ctom otiret, we
ol Washington avenue.
Two business houc on lovee street,
above Eighth, $20 cadi.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
wxt to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Two story house on Commercial av
euue. Two tenement suitable for shops
Store-room comer Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above,
Up rtalrs of house on Commercial av
enue, near IMh street. Suitable for
1 welling, $3.
Tenements numbered ft, 9 and 10
Winter's How. G rooms each for $10
r month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts of the city.
t'Oll LEASE OH SALE.
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Bea.av fro sew Stare.
Mrs. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed from her old rUnd on
Eighth street, to Winter's Mock, corner
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and increased
facilities. She is bow receiving new
goods from Uie different trade centers,
keeping a much larrcr and more varied
stock on hand than formerly, liuying
goods in larger quantities, alio can ll
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction in every instance, both a to her
w ork and the quality of good.
A beautiful line of hnnd-tnuJc boots and
alexes for gentlemen, at prices a low as
for machino sewed paid elsewhere, at the
City Shoe Store. Gentlemen Miould not
fall to them ltetore they have a pair
made. A 1 rlVct tit and quality guaran
For a smooth ahave, neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refrcuhiog champoo,
go to Ed. liraxton, at tlte planters' barber
parlor. Tho best of jerfumerles and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer". tl
Car el Wood.
single cord 00
Five xnl lots : 23
0L i4RAllK AND BIO ltMV !
Snglc ton 3 50
Three 3 25
Five " 3 00
Orders forttove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. WmniH Co.
A air 4-2ui
Mr. Oustove iVeficl having returned
to Cairo, has fitted up hi old room ear
ner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue, as a firot-clae photograph gal
lery, where he will be happy to see his
tld friends and patrons, as well as scores
ot new ones. All order In the picture
line will be executed lit llrst-elass style,
and at prices to suit the times. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
'satisfaction or no charge." 8-31-lm.
AL J. McGuuley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood's Fills, celebrated
tor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed in all cases. He employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
bo procured at his drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, III. Trice,
SO cents per down. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. 8-10-dilni
We will deliver our best lump coal on
C. and V. It. R. track la Cairo at $30 per
nr load of .
This coal has no bitekiob for grates
and household uses generally.
Address nil orders tor coal to
James A. Viall & Co.,
llarrikburg, I IK
Good board can be procured at tho
Railroad bouse, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing rates :
Day board $3 00 per week.
Hoard and lodging 4 00 " "
iK'splte what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always llnd on tho
table 'something to eat." 0-21-2w
J. ueurc aHelnlonee.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
Ushlouablebulr cut or a smooth shave
or anything eke ia tho barber line. Ja
dltV and chlldrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at tho shop or their homes.
This iopular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, U open to
the public. Tho bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice liquor and I the finest
brands of cigars.
10 R SHEKirr.
We are authorised to announce .TollN II
KorslNMJN a a candid' for flwrilTol Alex
ander county, at the coming county election.
rVe are authorised to announce PKTEIt SALT,
lor an inutpenueoi caaaiuate lor naermor A i-
eianuer county, at iu ensuing county election.
, STATES ATTORNEY.
Editor HrLLtTi-: Pleaxe announce that I
am a candidate for the oflice of fttate Attorney
lor Aleiender county at the Novemher elec
tion. W.U. C, MlLXaY.
We are authorized to announce l.T.O. W.
IlKNbKKk, JK , s a can lidat at the No
vember election, lor States Attoriiry fur Alex
We are authorised to announce WILLIAM
W . M'I'UEKIERS as a candidate for Circuit
Clerk of Alexander county at the coming county
We are authorized to announce JOHN I),
RAHMAN aa a candidate for the office of Cir
cuit clerk of Alexander county at the running
county election .
We ire aulhorlr.el to announco JOIIM A.
REEVE aa a candidate for the oflice ol Circuit
Clerk at the Xovrmlier election.
UV.M.mkwtuJ Iff tilTrUif)
an a candidate for the oftV of Circuit Uerk of
Aiexanorr county at tne aovemoer election.
ASCALOX IXJDGE, NO. 51.
Knights of Pythias, meets every Tri
day tiight at half-peat seven, in Odd
fellow's' Hall. llowa,
O ALEXANDER LODGE, NO 224.
Independent Order r Odd-EeJ-Jowi.
nioeta every Thurwlav nighl
at half-pact aeven, in their hall on
mm-rclal avenue, between xth an fw-rcnth
tri-ti X. A, pst'oiiK, N O
MAI BO ENCAMFMEXT, I. O. O. T.. meet
Jm Old-Eellows' Hall on the flrit and third
i ixaday in every Uioulb, at baif-patt aeven
A. ComxtiH, C P
A CAIRO IIKiE. XO Zff.A.r. A A. af .
Hold rrpular communications in Ma
7ta nic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' and Eighth atrwt. on the aecond and
'mirth Mondar of each month.
BATE OP ADVERHSI JfU.
tfAll bills for advertUing, are due and yyy
Transient advertising will be inacrtel at the
rate of f 1 "0 per square for the first insertion
and 5f cent for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be auade on standing and dUjd
divert iae menu
For inaerting Euneral notice VI CO Notice ol
nwetlng of societies or secret orders So cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at leas than
So cents, and no advertisement will be Inserted
for less than three dollars per month
Local Bnalnaaa Notioaa, of
tan Unea or mora, Inaarted
In the Bulletin aa follows :
Oommanca Counting at ten Unaa.
Ona Insertion per line 3 Oenta
Twa Insertions par line 7 Centa
Thraa inaartiona par Una 10 Oenta
Six Inaartiona per Una 16 Oenta
Two weekaper Una - 26 Centa
Ona month per Una 3o Centa
No Redaction will be made in atov
SATURDAY, SEITEMBEK 30. 187C.
I.eral Waatber Repors.
Cauto. lu... Sept .", lrfTO.
lUM. J Tus.
J.lt4 I &i
w.":i!i ; .; '
Wimd. I Vat.
Sergeant, Signal bervlce. I'. 4. A .
For sale, a new top buy and a ct if
new harncs. Apply to A. H. Irvin.
t-l :i-t f
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit furm near
Villa llidyc Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to D. Aim r,
9-13-tf Cairo, 111.
The business room, CI Ohio levee
lately occupied by 1. Farnbaker, i va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar and an
office up stair?, in same building. For
particulars apply to ilobert Smyth, CO
Ohio levee. tf
A. Black, of the City Shoe Store,
has added a wholesale department In the
hou-se, wherein the usual ood3 of the
trade will be kept, to which ho specially
invites the traders ot the city and vicin
ity. He will duplicate the prices of any
house in the West. Terms, strictly c:uh.
Bays and .VI ena' Ham.
We have a tew boys' and mens' haU
left at 50 and 75 cents each. The same
goods will cost double elsewhere.
JS-nt O. IIaythorn ACo.'s.
for Nale 4'lieai.
The line dental outfit formerly owned
by Dr. I'. L. Williams. For terms ap
ply to Mrs. P. L, Williams, Tenth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
Tho best violin, guitar and bas strings
in tho city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of K. & W. Budcr,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos ana organs
a speciality. 9-10-lf
(JeiiU ahould know they can buy a silk
hat of tho best quality and tho latest
style for $1 50, at 0. 1 lav thorn & Vo.'a.
Oottaa-e for lieu I,
Situated on Tenth street, between Wal
nut and Washington, No, 30. Possession
given llrst of October.
E. A. Bl-RX ETT.
Ho ! For St. Louis Fair.
Illinois Ckxtrai. It. It. Co.,
Cairo, 111., Sept. 2d, 1S7C.
To persons w iahing to attend the St.
Louis Fair, commencing October 2d, we
will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis
and return, at $7.30 ; East St. Louis and
return, at fCCO. Commence salo ot
tickets September 30th ; good to return
until October 11th, Incluilve.
General Southern Agent.
J. 11. Joni s, Ticket Agent U-acct
FUty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Tho great length of tho proceedings ot
the county commissioners court, which
will be found on another page in this
Issue of the Bt i.LKTix, compells tis
to go to press with much less than our
usual quantity of local and miscellaneous
matter. To-morrow morning we will lie
on hand again m usual.
For a llrs;-clas shoe go to O. Hay-thorn-Co.
Tho Chnrlestan, Mo lair closed yes
terday. The fair lins ben a groat suc
cess. (let prices on school book at Mc
Gaulry's before you buy. 2t
Betting on the result of the Indiana
election Is quite lively. Blue Jeans Wil
liams has the call.
It has been proposed to carry on our big
Iciuocratic mass meeting and barbecue
for three days.
Mr. George Dougherty, editor ami pro
prietor of the Anna AJin1i'rt paid the
Bri.i.KTix a call yesterday.
Yesterday was the Inst day of the
Charleston fair, and the attendance was
large. Many Caroites w ere present. .
Phil. Sanp will open his ladies' oyster
parlors this evening. Oysters served in
any style desired. ( iivc him a call. It
K you want to sec the largest, cheap
est and most complete stock of boots and
shoes in the city go at once to O. Hay
thorn fc Co. 2?-3t
The ISadical.s are hard at work orghu
izing another Hayes aud Wheeler dub.
This is to be a strictly white club, and no
niggers need apply for membership.
A complete stock ol West Bros' Phila
delphia made shoes, lor ladies and chil
dren! wear, just opened by O. IIaythorn
The dusty and weary traveler w ill Hud
most excellent rooms with baths at the
American House, Boston. The hotel has
no superior in New England, is situated
in the heart of the city, and within live
minutes walk of everywhere.
The managers of the Democratic mass
meeting and barbecue, will, we are told,
make an effort to have Mr. Lamar, of
Mississippi, address the people here on
that occasion. Should Mr. Lamar accept
the Invitation, the success of the affair is j
Buy your school books of M. J. Mo
The new Tildcu and Hendricks' club
already numbers nearly two hundred
members. It will be the biggest campaign
club in Southern Illinois, and will be
composed of the most prominent I mot-rats
in the county. There are more
than acventy-tive German members al
Napoleon said of the Muscovite nation:
"Scratch a Kussian skin deep and you'll
find a Tartar." If the ltussians will only
use B. T. Babbitt's best soap, they'll
prove the great French soldier a liar, for
utter cleanliness will .deny the Tartar
Ladies and misses will llnd at present
the finest stock of stylish shoes of elegant
make in the city at the City Shoe Store,
No. 110 Commercial avenue. Keeping
as they do, only the very best make, pur
chasers can rely on getting a satisfactory
article. Full guarantee given for custom
work. Prices range very low. 9-23-1 w
Judge Bird, who has been in the north
ern part of the state delivering Radical
speeches, addressed a large Radical meet
ing in Indianapolis during the first
part of the wetk. Bill Scott has also de
livered several Radical speeches in Indi
ana Tery recently. Judge Bird returned
to Cairo on Wednesday.
M. J. McGauley has a f.:ll stock of
school books. 2t
The Republicau meeting in this city on
Thursday night was a pretty noisy,
though not a very large one. Col. Fos
ter, of Commerce, Mo., who is a thun
derer not surpassed by even our friend
Shaver, delivered a speech of considerable
length, and in order to finish, adjourned
to Phillis' hall on account of rain. The
torchlight procession ot the Rads was a
very dark one, the only white persons in
the line being two 6inall boys.
Judge Heilman returned to his home
In Jonesboro yesterday morning.
Professor Alvord and witc returned
from Springlleld yesterday morning.
Among the guests at the St. Chares ho
tel is J. T. Johnson, ot the Royal Baking
Powder company of New York.
Captain W. D. Miller and Clerk John
J. Jones of the Steamer Thompson Dean,
are registered at the St. Charles.
Mr. H. C. Underwood, traveling cor
respondent of the Louisville Cvur'wJour
nal, was in the city yesterday. He was
registered at tho St. Charles.
Mr. John II. Oberly, who was expected
to arrive home from Philadelphia yester
day, ha not yet put in an appearaucc. He
will most likely arrive this afternoon.
Mr. J. C. Zimmcr, freight agent at
Ibis point for the St. Louis, Iron Moun
tain and Southern railroad, left yesterday
morning for a visit to. Ohio, his native
John C. Ellis, ot St. Louis, who U cou
nected with the extensive school book pub
lishing house ot Ivlson, Blakemen, Tay.
lor & Co., ol New York city, is quartered
at the St. Charles.
Mr. J. Hardin, of the commission linn
ot Harden & Dewey, arrivod in Cairo on
Wednesday lu company w ith his family.
Mr. Hardin and Ids family will make
Cairo their home hereatter.
Col. John D. Foster, who addressed
tho Radicals of this city ou Thursday
night, and who halls from Commerce,
Mo., was registered at the St. Charles
The following persons, en route from
the centennial, wero registered at the St.
Charles yesterday. P, A. O'Brien and
J. C. Ifemron, Vienna, O. 'falt au4
George Pahr, New Orleaus.
. Mr. James Johnson left the city yes
tarday for 8t. ?.oui, Memphis, Little
Ro k and other cltic, cm railroad busi
ness. . He will return about Tuesday,
n on Wednesday or Thursday, In com
pany with II. H. Cunningham will utart
on an extended tour through Texas.
Lieutenant E.S. Woodward. U.S. A.,
was a guest at the St. Charles yesterday.
Lieutenant lloodward has been stationed
at Fort Sill snd Fort Couaho.lor the past
lour years. Ho made the arre-t of Son
tonta and Big Tree some two years ago.
Big Tree Is now at lmg Sonton'.a is
still In prison. Lieutenant U'nodwnrd
lis gone to Sfl T-onis on rc rniting i r-
The following is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for lu the pot olllcc nt
Cairo, Alexander county, State o Illinois
on Saturday, September 30. Kc:
Ltdles List Arnold, Mollle: Klct. I-eta:
Bnrg, Tennis; l'.rown, jllie; lirewer,
Llrxle; City, Mary; Giites, Lonua: H nvk
los, Maf gle; l'vlliirk, Mayer; Perry. Mrs.:
Smith, lfosetU: 8mltli, Virginia: Taylor,
Mangle; Taylor, f.rolinc; Townc, 11". M.;
fienta LM Adams, ieo.; Alexander,
Wash: Avla. t'tias.: Hraveriine, Uanl.;
Braier, KU: (. ric d Kimhroiigh: Bukcr.
Wm. It.: Oail, A. II ; hefler, (ieo.;
;hir!toD. John; Croflin, .Toli: I arniotl y,
Titos. ; Cliarlef, Willi) : Miekinon, Mr.;
Kenton, Austin; Djvi, John: I)igv'. Jerry;
Mliott, ftj; r oster, Archie: l-aenr, I'.,
Koetar, Ruben; tireca, Win: llatboway;
A.; Hampton. (Jrecn: Hardin, Lee; ifo
gan, l!olt.; neiin, T.: Hamilton, AV ;
krataert, laa; Krautli. i'. W.; Kin?, F.
L.; Klllick, K. J.: Leef D. ; l.akier, L.
K. M.; Lee. J,: Morrlxon. rrank: Mayer,
Frank; Morrow, Jerry: Moire, .1. T.: Mee
ehsr, s.: Martin, .I'isepti: Moran.
Matt; MeHrath, MJohL: Moorn. Wni. D.;
Mttley, Wro.; Norman, fert. Parker,
Ueo.; litman. Jim 'J'.; Kofl, Ja.; Mnitli,
Hen; Smith, fjnianuel: T'alor, Kmannel:
Teptiah. Wiley; Vaughn, Kd: Wllllioist,
II. i .; Welsch, 1J. A.
Persons calling lor tin: above letters
will please say advertised.
G.W.McKK.u.i, P. M.
Hi Iran Trail."
A spicy sketch descriptive ol a trip
over the Atchinson, Topcka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Nym Crinkle,"' the musical aud
dramatic crltieof the New York World,
sent free on implication, together with
the San Juan GuitU, maps and time
tables ol this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchinson to
Pueblo, Denver and nil points in Col
orado, New Mexico. Aiizona and the San
Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Sleepers on the continent between tho
Missouri river and tho Rocky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets Irom the Missouri river
to Denver at $50, good to stop oil at all
T. J. Ax i Kit SON,
General Paenger Agent.
District ftehool Election Notice.
Notice is hereby given, that on Satur
day, the Seventh of October, next, at the
school house, on Eleventh street, district
No. 1, in township No. 17, range 1 west,
Alexander county, Illinois, an election
will be held for one member of board of
education to till vacancy for said district.
Which election will be opened at ten
o'clock, a. m., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. ni., of the same day.
By order of County Superintendent of
Public School. Phokhe A. Taylor.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, W.
It is said that Ingeroll, the great Radi
cal cusser, cannot spare more time in
Southern Illinois than it will take him to
make one speech, and thit Scott, Mc
Keaig Co. will put lorth every effort
to have him make that one socech in
Cairo. Just when the notorious blas
phemer will polute the air of this city
with his presence we have not learned,
but it is the general opinion that the cuss
ing he will give tho Democratic party
when he does come will be of cussed lit
tle good to the Rails.
Karopeaa Hotel anil Kcaliinrnul -a.1
Iiaj Ho:irtlere Wutel.
The European hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ol Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue, will open October 1st,
1870. Terms, $1 50 per week. This is
an excellent place for families to get oys
ter, which will 'ye served in any tyle
desired, together with all other choice
edibles the market adonis. Boarding on
the European plan. Three tickets for$l
Give me a call. For board and lodging
inquire on the premises.
0-2S-2W Mrs. II. Wamh;, Prop'r.
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain
and Southern Railway are now run
ning a train 'leaving Colum
bus at 7:10 a.m., arriving at Cairo at l):0
a.m. Returning, leaves Cairo at 2:50 r.M.
arriving at Columbus at 5:10 r.M. Fare,
$1.50. Sept. 2! st.
M vrjll iiuaA 'I'hlllCI. I
II you want good digestion,
If you want good health.
If you want good baking,
11 you waut a good stove,
It you want the cheapest stove,
If you want a good square meal,
Buy a Charter Oak stove.
A Xovel Wedding.
A gentleman named John Ellison and
a lady named Rebecca Dcrority. were
murried by Square Comings ut a down
town hotel yesterday morning. Both
parties hail Irom Tunnel Hill, on the
Cairo and Viucenncs railroad, and the
lady has but one foot.
Professor Frank Morris, of St, Louis,
who has been traveling about the coun
try making ascensions, will "go up" from
a point just below the St. Charles hotel,
this afternoon, at three o'clock.
Ml. .aula f air 1
The St. Louis Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to St. Loula and re
turn at $7.20; good until October Oth.
9-30-Gt J, C. ZiMSifcit. Asrent.
a Evanta at tha National Oaoital
AMD THK CAMPAIGN O io76y
Just the book for the tiiurs. tiivas a lull history
of the National Capital aud tiovernment. bhows
how Um g overall tent hu been mat Ked siuce iu
orKanisatloiv, t-sjilaia bow Jobs are put
through eongrCM . Gives a lull history of tit
Whisky frauds and Helkuap acaudal. It fives
the Uvea of Uayes, Wheeler, 'i ilileu aad Ilea
drlua. Uraau chance tor AzeAta. Address,
a-l.v w J. M CliAMIitfT, -l.leait,Mo.
Mothers ran secure health f-r thr-lrcliil-dren
aivl rent for tht m-elve't ).y the uc. of Cf"
tora, a perfect eubstilute for CaMor Oil. It i
nlneliitelr linrmli f t, anil in as i-lpiwont i take
as honey. For Winl-Colli onr sti.mwh,
worm' orrontiHtinn, for young nr ot, there
Ij nothing in existence lil-e It. It !r"fntn,it
is "ixTily. it is 1 1 1 -u .
rln, krrll;nir, oprainK, stiff, joints, lum
ecall, oioiioii hilts, ami all flesh, hone ami
mti.ocle al!nieiit, can be ahsuluMy rure'l by the
Centaur liniment. What the Whit Liniment
is lor the human family, the Vvllow t.iniineiit
ia fir "i.vim'l K.tUvit mil lame horres ami tni
Wiikkka-, .lohn H. l'hi!ll, and l! hi I .1.
I'll il I IS hlx Will', bv their c'itnin sale inoit
Kfe, euf'tite'l ami delivereil to the nmtrrnliiei-il
on the UAl ilay .f April, A. I., isjn, ilM, fur
the purpow of secur'iitf a certain pi'oniiK'oiy
note then in ni nliom-J, luoriKHe to the umlt-r-Aiaiieil
the I'nllowinK Uerrilel prcmiee?, to-
it : '1 he limit vlilc! one-halt of lut nnmiiereil
two (), in ht'H'k tininliere.1 thn-e (:),in the
Ity o t'nim, llltnoin ; and "hi n ts ilpiimlt has
lieen mwle in the payment of caiil note i now,
therefore, in nirMiaiji- of the authority i on
ferrel by raitl ale tuort; aire, I will (till the
alxiveclcxiTilieil premier-, ut piihlic. vemlue, to
tlicln'hc-t Imbler. f"rrn-h in Imml. at the iloor
of the rourt house, in ( aim, Illinois:, on Sainr
May, October 2Mh, A. I)., l-7'i. at the hour of 'I
o'clock, p.m ,;ol sai-i ilay, ai'l tale lo he with
ai.h:f.i n sMiniin, m.hij.hi.
J.CKf.S ,v tilMtKin . Attorney. il-j t
To Hrlilae llnllilera.
Froiosals will bercceirccl until Monday, Jncl
Octolwr. at M o'clock, a in., for the OuiMui. ol
one biiilyc acitias 1-uwrtuce criik, two ml lis
mrrth of 1 IipIh-s, one hunlrel ami eijrht feet
loni; one bridro across Samlv creek, on t!ie
Cairo ami .loncsl oro roiel, nineiy-two feet hn?;
ami one bri'lire across tonr'fi creek. on the Cairn
ami .lonefclKiro roa l, sintv ftetlonfr, thecoiinty
re s'rvinir the riuht to rete-1 anv or all bnl.
lihla will beconi.'ileml fur any" or all lirete, j
eciutiaii ly or iofeuier
1 or plans uml j'cilli;a(iou dpply to
1IIO-. W1LSOV, ( ouniy Com'r.,
at llulliilay l;i-is.' oilier.
Cairo, Siit. tl, 1S7H.
In the District Court of the UniUsI Mutes, lor the
Southern DiHttict of Illinois, In bankruptcy.
In the matter of Jla:h:cl Ileilbion & Ilrrnanl
.Notice is hereby Riven that a petition haslieen
flleil in ail court bv sai l Micluiil ileilbron am
lierard Weil of t airo, in the cotintv of Alex
ander, in euid district, duly declared bankrupt,
under the act of ronirreea ot Mi.rch and, 1n;7,
for a discharge and eertillcate thereof, from all
their dehtt and other claims tirovablc under said
act, and that the ZTtli day of October, l-Tii. at
eleven o'clock a. in , Is aMigaed lor the henrin?
of the ra me by the said court, at 'he t'nited
Mutes Mnirr room in the city of spnnirlluld,
when and where ull creditors (if said hnnknints
and all other peraons in interest, may attend and
Knew cause, -i nny tney nave, wny the prayer of
n ii I petitions should not be grunt d
OKO. I'. HUWEV, Clerk.
I.inefrar A Lansdan, ntiomeys fur petitionerg.
Dati-i .-pringlield, 111. , ti iit. I", A. 1. K,.
Whereas, on tha lith dav of
April, A. P.
-:, Johnli. Fhillis. and itachel
1 J. I'hillis his
wile, executed ami delivered lo Uie underMirned,
lor the puriioae of mvui inn the iiavinent of a
certain pruniiasory note therein mentioned, u
ii ii-i unu i me i'uiowiii ii"criiien prtuilM's,
to-wit r I.nt numbereit eighteen (is) , in block
numbered tour (4). in the t itvof Cairo. Illinois.
and whereas delimit has lieen made in the pay
ment of said Dote. Now, therefore, in pursu
ance of the authority conferred by said trust
deed, I will sell the ubove ilescrilied premises,
at public vemhie, to the highest bidder, for
ca-h in liund, at tha court houi-e door la aim,
lllinoia. on Sfltnnlav. the vih ilnv of ihetnlv
A. !., isii, at tne nourot xo clock, p.m., of
aaiuuay, am baie io ocwiin'Miiniiempiion
ACHtKU . SAKKOKU, Irustee.
CTTSKKS .vtilLBEUl, attorneys. fcpt-lw
lion To Make Money.
A"c will state that tho turett, l;cst and
fpeeUiest way to "multiply and increase"'
is to call at No. ia Wall Mrvet, New oik,
and consult with Alex Frothinhain ,t Co,
These gentlemen, who have 'lonir been
Iilontiliod with the history and affair of
Wall street, are unusually skilled iu mone
tary affiirs, and itieverj tiling appertaitiinjc
to sicculution, are unexcrllt'd for ability
and proiiciency. It may also be said that
of the many liroker in that city they ate
not only tho most popular, but also the
most successful, best patronized, and moot
widely known in or near t tit iciuity of
Amon the customers of tbe liousa of
Alex Krothingliaui V Co., are miiuo o our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly indebted to the labors of this
firm lor much of the wealth they now enjoy,
Lniritisr the long and successful exper
ience ot Messr. Alex. Frotbinhaiii A; Co.,
in thi-t city they have earned for tliera-clxt s
an enviable reputation for honesty. Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
coloktal ia its proportion-. In fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year Is soruethinx wonder
ful, and olten tonus the subject of com
ment. It needs bill a visit to their spacious
otlici in Wall street to prove the truth of
the above statement.
How they manage to convert $10 to lt),
i D to 910. 10 into M, ami ait on. is a
secret which they alone can explain; but
that they succeed in (loins so is u (act too
well known to admit ol doubt. It you
would K-itely and profitably invet jour
money, do not hesitate to laror this "linn
with your cah and confidence:. That by so
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience of thousands ot our besr
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these times of totterink
banks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the uio-t indifferent aud carelcs
Messrs- Alex. FrotliiU'-haiti ,V Co.. are
prepared to invcet money to any amount in
tho butt securities, aud' in every transac
tion in which they may be eni;ak'ed guar,
antee entire KatUtaetion to those whohouor
them with their paironajre.
S"-Send for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Ueports, which they mail free
to all who 'desire tbcui. From -V. )'. Sfc-
loptilit. Avril lo' lMTii. ,-lH-eodolii
E. V. liniikci a llilter Viae of Iron
has never been known to fall Id the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diltl
ciilty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, ni'li, sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lasMtudo ot tho muscular system,
euornious appetite with dynpeptio kjmp
toma, hot hands, Hashing of tha bojy, dry
lies of the skin, pallid countonat)e and
eruption ou the face, purityiiuj tho blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ol tha eyelids,
fieouent black spots flying before the eyea
with temporary sutlision and loss of slf,'ht,
want ot attention, etc. Those symptoms
all arise from a weakness, aud to remudv
that, use K. 1''. Kuukel'i Hitter Wine ol
Irou. It never fails. Thouwaudu aro now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
ou'ly K. F. Kunkel'a.
Hew are of counterfeits and base imita
tions. Ai Kunkel'a hitter Wine of Irou ia
to well known all over the country, drug
fists themselves make au imitation and try
to sell it oft to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel'a liitter Wiue or Iron,
Kuukel'a Hitter Wine of Iron ia put up
only iu 1 bottles, aud has yellow v rapper
nicely put on tho outalde with the pro
prietor' photograph ou tha wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo-
rraph ou Ihe outside, and you will always
sure to get I be genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or six for t Xold by dri?eia a :tn.
t'eiler ererv where
ALL WOtt.MS IlKMOVCU ALIVE.
K. F. Kunkel'a Worm iSyrup never fall
lo destroy l'ia Weat aud atomach Worm.
r. Kuukel, the only aucceseful pbyaUdan
who cinovei Tap Worm ia two hours
alive, with bead, aud no fee until removed,
Common aeuaa teacba that II Tap Worm
be removed, all other worm cau be readily
Ueatroyed. Send for circular to Dr. Kuu
kel, No. 259 North Ninth atreet, i'hiladel-
fibU, Fa., or call on your druirifWt and ak
or bottle of Kuukel'a worm Pyri'.p.
Frie.e, fl.oo, It oewr tall.
SIXTH STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactnroa hla own Hore Sboea and
can Aaaure Uood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. CARBON(Big Mudrly)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
;,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
t&"To large consumers and all
io supply any quantity, by the
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIEO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tj"lfulliilay rtro 'aofBee, No. TOOhlotev".
fc-IIairi(tay llro 'a wharfboat.
l"f"At Kiryiitian Slills, or
trM Uiq Coal liurup, foot ef Tautr-EIgbth
U-l'oat Office Drawer. Son.
kti:ah no ati9.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawnoetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The tli'gsut Bble-nliwl otcsiii"
Walikb B. I'a.vxisoTON....., Master
(.H 4111. k l'K-KINlTo.f t:lcrk
Will b-avc Cairn every WKDNKSUAV at fl
o'clock i. in.
1 he fleet Bteanu r
Hen Howavd Muster
I d. TnouA (.'Ink
I.cavrst'airo every SATfKDAT.
Kavh boot iiutkca close connections at Cairo
with tlrst-clans steamers for M. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvanaville with
theK. AC It. U tor all points North and Kast,
andwiUithe Louisville Mail steamers foball
points ou the l'pwr Ohio, ifivimc thrmiK'Ur
CA'Irts on li-eiKbta and pa-im-iincrj to all points
for un-r inrormatlon apply to
MLVLK, rasscuwr Airvnt.
.1. M. 1H 11.1.1 I S,
Or to U. J. UltAMMKU,
superintendent and (Jm. rul FrviKlit Atrrnt,
bi-J-i'o-Jv. KvansvilU Indiana.
4'tn-INKIOM M l.ltt IIANTM.
STB ATTON & BIRD, "
AGENTS AIJEaiCAN TOWDEB CO
5? Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
tk alt r in
Alt kinds (hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDINO, LATIT, &o.
Mill and Yrd,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stree. and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
An 1 1 killer in
N. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
M'KCIALattvnliot given toconiiwniurnta an I
) illliua urdrrs
No W Ohio Lav-. 1
, . CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
Mrs. C. McLean,
l.AIK.E or Miltln and Fancv
Vt.fKxts. A flrst-clasa Mliliiicry Mtora la
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 13.00 Per Day
Special Ratoa fcjr Weak or Month,
A litnitol number of vrry ileMnill tamily
room can I arcurvl at r-aoiiabl rate, lor tli
I lie M. Chorlc ii) tlic lswstaii'l licst anpnint
tl llon.ic In Soiitlicru lllinoia, anl la Hie Icadma
lmrl in aim. ,..Ih lili.tiiiiOiiiir Hip
UiM-k" reduction In ri-n, the tulilc wfll.au
HKual, 1 Marally .Uilipil W illi Hie very IjchI
of everything tuat can le iminil in market.
Fine larye niii.lc roonia lnr rumiiH rcial trav
eler, on arotimt floor, free of charge.
r". II liazuaae of iriitg eon veveil to and Irom
Hie hotel without charire
IKW KIT H IL'tt.T CO. ,
4-l;-f r. Prorrietora.
ESTABLISHED 18A. '
13 OHIO IXVEE.
City Hational Eaak Building, up-itain.
Tha Oldcat Eatabliahed Agency In Sout
era IUinoie, rpreaeutui ovor
fi5 OOP OOP
Blake Sc Co.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils. Varnishes.
Sfall Paper, "Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwaya on hand, the celebrated illuminating
13 oavea ZsutldluK,
Ooraer Eleventh Street and Waahln a
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Bet iia Washington and Ooaniaercial
Avenue., adjoining Hanny'a.
KEKl'3 for aale the tieat Beef, Tork, Muttoa
Veal, Lamb, Sausage, o.. an ! ia pre
nrwail tr erve iHtniliea In aw anewntahl mm- ir
To whom Pensions are
T A TTI EVKHY. Mold lor
r,JLUeTI VBLKD while In the lino
and dlaobarge of duty, either bj awident v:
etnerwiae, anouij navo a per." 100. xoe km w
a anger entitles you to a ptsnalon. rugtara
naiwrnow.iitina, hit luatmum.
The loaa ot a toe gtvea you a pension.
The Iom ot aa era gives you a pension
Any injury wIllRlveyouapenalon. .
arbo are now drawin a pension, are JnaWy ootl
t!xl to an Inc
Ma9Send t atauiu
fTtrcvinTol Penaion and Bonntv Acts.
da, p. h. FITZCERALDt
V&tted State Claim Agent, ID!AMroLis,!r
BafOa alt letters inara V. O. Boa U.Jm
VlM.rit.la what canvr run th!. alrcrtiaemal.
HAVE YOTJ TRIES
For uso in Summer and Winter.
Mule ctotliea clean, aweet and vary wliice
Wll'llot I UOIL1NG or hCXLVlSli.
No lloueh ITandg ! . :
No Yellow Clothes !
No Wash 13 oiler !
No bteam in tho IIouso !
t.imiiuUcd under J) penalty not to in
jure clothes, aud .ujarlnr fr i uilet aud eliav
iug. SoM at stM, or a lamlly packuuc will be
ml, t'tin.a chart;'. rejaid uu mviiit of ouo
dollar and titty oenta. Dun raliabie dealer
wau ted at every prominent pfllnta. affeut, with
It-.tii a IIImtuI arraiiireincut 111 lie nuute.
F. H. SIDDAIX,
atitc.'-dtw.'ii ' l-as Market Ct.. 1'lills.
! i ... ... mi
CINCINNATI WESLEY AN COLLEGE.
FOR YOUNO WOMEN,
HckIik It . ! )! veur ?cpt Will. Faculty
VUlutieraUl, Maiildoeiit ImlldiiiK. KHft
oua tablo. '1 lioromtli c .iiru iu Kuflub,
Kcii uco, t'Ia-lut. a.-.il Modera i.Uiiuga
romirpajscd a.lvant;i,'oi (or utua'c and art
Ad.liei. the rrekitleot, Itev. havid II
Moor, 1UJ., t uiciuaali, 7--iiJt w-t
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
. Nwraari. Udaa. fa).. Ilia.,
For the preparatloa of teacher. Kxeluaively
I'roleoaioual tu.tnuMion fur lup who are pea
paieit tor It. Tuition tree. Neat l.rut begias
ecplrmlier4U, llCtt. 8ue tor eeaiawiia Imiw
tioa at low raise, la Um MimM 4rtMisal.
Adapted to any greeV ttnm Um veaaga! puptle
to luoae Sttiog lur lite Uui vuUcgce. sad Jvr
catalogue, or add rat,
aUWIX C HCTITT, prea't.
itf. 4-dliu ot'i.al 111.