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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander countjr land, Cairn lot,
xclianjre for Ht. Imis nN rty.
FOK MA Mi.
A Hue reltktn on coriitf Hall-rook
. i i ... .
i iiiicbiiii i viii) -imru Pireci, at a
Tho south half .f the "Pilot" liou-w at
Cim. two slory inl k iiitaMe fur
.ores ami nttlre on ('uiiiuierclul avi'tme,
.ttwocn Eleventh iinl I i Ifili.
Ilik-k d willing r-iirmr Nliiftrt nth
mil Poplar trtfts.
Saloon ami tUttm. nutliwi-t roru
:t Klgliltviith rtntt ami oiiniiircial
tvciiiif, at a h.'irjfln.
Cottage on Twelfth trwt, wi-t of
imner iat avenue, $10.
Ifllinjt house on l-ntu fctuft, wes
ill Washington rvcmip.
Two ttm-lni'x lnniis on lf-vce street,
ttmve fc.lytitli, f 20 cm h.
Store room on Coiiiiiiiti IiiI avenue,
lent to Waverly hotel, tin.
Two Morjr hou on Cointueri lal av-
nue. Two ta-iM-ritrnM uil;ilde tor eln
Stow-rooin eorner Twentieth and
Polar Ktn--ta, l i fill.
Store room Hdjoinln nlor, fS.
I'p stairs of honvcou Com menial av
enue, near l!th stmt. NiiltM.le for
Tenement iiiiihIm ti 8, it and 10
Winter's lUw, fi rooms t-ai h f.,r $10
r inontli. In !lrl- lnsM order.
Orphan Asylum hiiildinjr ami fx t-mi-ff.
Kent low, to a flood t n int.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a luonth.
Nooinn In vartouH part of tin- elty. i
FOK I.KASKOIt MA1.K.
Ijtmln, In tratU ti wilt, nt ar Cairo.
Krm4l ! Mew Mlwr.
Mrs. V. Mi-Ifan, our toitilar Millim r
lia ri'inovcil from lur old Maml tin
Kixlitti Mnt t, toWlnter'n Blot k, t orm r
of S'Vi'iith utrwt ami Coiiimt n ial bvp-
Iiiic. Willi a larj,'-rtiiro ami incn ai
lacilitiif . Shp Is now rT-iyiri iu;w
xU from tlie (liir. rcnt trade cnti r.
ktfilti2 a rutK'li larycr ami more vat i
t-totk on hand than fortm-rly. lluyinK
KoodH In larger (jtmiititi't, flic cini Ml
at iniK-h lower iriw, guaranty-In"; hatis-
fuction in every instance, Uitli m to her
work and the ijuulitv of (food.
A beautiful line of hand-ruade. bootM and
alexe for gentlemen, at prices m low as
lor machine sewed paid elsewhere, at the
City Shoe Store, (ieutletnen nhotild not
fall to mtf them la-fore they have a pair
made. A perfect tit and quality guaran
For a inooth hhave, a m at and f uh
ionable hair eut, or refrehliing chauipiHi,
go to Kil. Itraxton.at the planter.' harder
parlor. The last of erfitinerics and
hair tonira alway kept on hand. Tlx
lialti room eonneeted with thi eftal.lih
meiit in the only one in the eity, ami li
alu kept in the neatent order, ready
for theronvenleiiee of eiiittomer. tl
Siuxleeord 1 iKJ
Five 2orl lots ,1 'J."i
oil. eAkilltsa AND Klii MUI.DV
Single ton $ .1 .VI
Five " ,
llrdrri foretove wood will
tilled. A choice lot of kimlrr
hy C. W. Win ti k
A hit 4-2ui
Mr. (iuMave eti I having returl
to ( alro, hat lilted up hU old roottH cor
iter of Lightlt rtreet ami Coininereial
avenue, aa a rlrHt- lass photograph gal
lery, w lu re he will lie happy to see his
old friend a and patrona, as well as tcore
ot new ones. All orders In the picture
line will lie executed in flrftlas style,
and at prkea to suit the timer. Mr
Welzi 1 atUl adheren to his old principle,
"lalUfaction or no charge." S-JI-lm
Dlatrirl Hctil tlrellun Sotlrr.
Notiee Is hereby given, that on Satur
tlay. the Seventh of Oetoler, i.ext, at the
ehool house, on Kleventh street, district
No. 1, in township No. 17, range 1 went,
Alexander county, Illinois, an eleeliou
w ill he held for one lueinher of board of
education to till vacancy for said district.
Which election will be opened at ten
o'clock, a, ni., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. m., of the same day
lly order of County Sti'icrintemleiit o'
Public School. Piiokuk A. Tayi.ok.
liated Cairo, Sept. 27, 17C.
We will deliver our bent lump coal on
C. and V. IJ. IJ. track In Cairo at $:S0 per
ear loud of
This coal has no suricKioit for grates
and household uses generally.
Addrcu all orders lor coal to
Jamks A. Viall & Co.,
Hknuv Slack, Agent at Cairo.
Hoixi board can be procured at the
Itailroad house, corner Eighteenth street
and Commerc ial avenue, at the follow
lay board $.1 00 per week.
Hoard and lodging 4 00
lepite what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always llnd on tho
tahlo "soiuething to eat." 0-21-2vv
Kmrym Malcl awl Hoiaural-3f
lajr ttwardvr H !.
The Kuropean hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ot Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue, will ojicn October 1st,
170. Terms, ft 50 per week. This is
an excellent place for families to get oys
ter, which will ?e served in any style
desired, together with all other choke
edibles the market aflordi. Boarding on
Ute Kuro'iean plan. Three tickets for $1.
Ciive me a call. For board and lodging
inquire on the premises. '
9-:'3-2w Mbs. II. Walkkp, frop'r.
W are authorized to annonnrc .IOIIN II.
l(iiliN-")N aiiaeandida'rfor sheriff of Alex
ander county, at the coming county electluu.
Wt are authoring to announce I'M Kit ATI',
f'T m liiilrM-iiilcnt candidate f or sheriff of A I
tianderrounty, at the euauins; county election.
KditiiB Hi i i iti I'lcasa announce that I
am a candidate fur the offli-e of Male Attorney
tor Aleiandcr county ai tlm NovimlxT lec
tion, w m Mi i.aar.
W art authorized to announce tiKO. W.
Ilk. Mll II KM, Jit , an can lidate at the S
vemlier eteriiiio, for male Attorney lur Alex
t IK I II I.Hih.
We are authorized to announce Wit. 1. 1 AM
W. M'rilr.MKK aH a candidate for Circuit
t Ink of Alexander rouuty at the coming: counlv
We arc authorized In auiioimre JOHN' Ij,
II A KM A Nan a candidate lor the nrlii'e of Cir
cuit clerk ol Alciander county at the em-iilug
We re authorized to announce Jiill A.
IILM I. ni ac:ndnl.ite for the olllre ot Circuit
I lerk at the Snvcmlier eht tlon.
Weareauihorieil to announce W. V. I'lTCHKC
a a '4in.l.jte for tl'C nrtl of I irniiit I "ci ol
Alcxanilei county at the Novamtier eh-ciion.
H KG It ET tloU I ti t I KS
A-O AI.MN l.rilti.K, NO. f.l.
I.mrlte ol l' Ooaa. tueetn every Fri-
I .-. mitnl at hall-iant mveri, lulliM-
f.llovin' Itiill llowa.
Cl.anoi'llor t.omiiialKli t.
AI.KAMKK MllHiK, NO il.
jT liii-uient onh-rof lil-te.
6jV low. Ion I ery I hlirmtay infill
'eVuMf at half Mt neven, in their hall on
Jomiiiercial avenue, iM-ttreen Mxtli anil M rcnlb
'.r -ii N. A. HavjHK. N i
' 1AIIJM KM AMI'MKNT, I O. O. V.. IneeU
. Vm o.l.l-r. Mown' Hall on the Urnl uli'l tlnrl
nlay niiviiy luoulli, at half-tl wvt n
j, OMINIM, I 1'
CAIliO I.OIXiK. Ml yff.A.f. A. M.
Ilohl rvular cifinuunualiona in Ma-
noun- Mull, comer oiiiiocri Ial avenue
I hiulith rlntt, ou the ayml atnl
iiirth Moielar ol eai b month.
KATkft OF At l:KI ItlNU.
I fAII hi 1U for alreniaiiiK, arc due ami pay
able i aijvani a
'I ranKient alverlinin will he inner tcl at th
rate of 11 " r wjuarv for the fimt iuiiertion
aii'l li ut for e h nute.iient one A lilMrral
iliwvjiint will tic iiu le on hUri'linif anl ili.l
for innertinK Kuneral notice at eo Notice ol
liteetiiiK of aocielies or aecrct orlere to ci-nta for
Church, Society, Keolival and fiuir notirg
will only be Inacrtnl a alvertinemenui
No advertisement will he recrivnl at le than
M-nta, arxt no a1Tertiemcrit will lie inM-rti
for lea than thrve dollara Jxr month
Loca.1 Buaineaa Noticaa, of
tan line or tnore, latertM
in the Bulletin m follows :
Oommacc Coaatinir at tn Uim.
On insertion per Lin S Cent
Two lnaertiona per Una 7 Centa
Three, lnaertiona per Una 10 Centa
Six lnaertiona per Una IB Oenta
Two weeks per line. .. 25 Oenta
One month per line - .36 Oenta
Mo Reduction will be made In abor
Sl'NDAY. OCTOUKIt 1. ls7P.
Ural Wealbfr KeBMirl.
Cairo. Iu... Sci.t Icf7l.
Win. i Vbl.
7 a in.
I AMES WATSON,
Pcrireant, Signal Mervlce, I'. M. A .
For oale, a new top buggy and a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irtws.
WanUil, a tenant on a fruit firm near
Villa Hldge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to I. Artk.r.
!-l:t-tf Cairo, III.
The business room, CI Ohio icvcc
lately occupied by I. Farnlraker, is va
cant and for rent ; aUo the cellar and an
cilice up stain;, iu Name building. For
particulars apply to Koliert Smyth, CO
Ohio leyee. tf
A. ltlack, of the City Shoe Store,
has added a wholesale department In the
house, wherein the usual good of the
trade w ill bo kept, to which he specially
invites the traders ot the city and vicin
ity, lie will duplicate the prices of any
house in tho West. Terms, strictly cash.
Boy a aunt Men' llala.
We have a lew boys' and mens
lett at 50 and 75 cents each. The
goods will cost doublt! elsewhere. .
2S-:it (). Havtiiokn &('.'.
For Nwle 4 heup.
The line dental outfit formerly owned
by lr. P. L. Williams. For terms ap
ply to Mrs. P. L. Williams, Tenth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
M ualCMl lualruiuenla.
The best violin, guitar and bass strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of K. & W. Buder,
coi ner ol Kighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
a speciality. !i-10-lf
Gents should know they can buy a silk
hat of the best quality and the latest
stylo for $1 .7), at O. Havthorn & Co.'s.
(JollMft-e for Kent,
Situated ou Tenth street, liclween Wal
nut and Washington, No, M. Possession
given first of OctoU'r.
t.. A. m'HXKTT.
Ho ! For St. Louis Fair.
Illinois Ckmkai. K. K. Co.,
Cairo, III., Sept. 2U, 170, J
To persons wishing to attend the St.
Louis Fair, commencing October 2d, we
will seM excursion tickets to St. Louis
and return, at $7.20 ; Fast St. touts and
return, at fO.CO. Commence sale ol
tickets September 30th ; good to return
until Octobur 11th, inclusive.
J am Kg Joh nson,
General Southern Agent.
J. II. Jonks, Ticket Agent. U-'jCCt
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
:i.Wi i 4
Uancral I lent.
The St. Iouls fair begins on Monday.
The public schools of this city open on
(!et prices on school Itook at Mc-
latiley's liefore yon buy. 2t
The new Tilden and Hendricks club
will hold lis tlrt meeting Wednesday
Buy your school liook of M. J. .Me
Mr. .lohn Poor Is alout to commence
erecting a new dwelling lor his own use
on Eleventh street, back ol Walnut.
iM. J. McOanley has a full vtock of
school books. 2t
Wehadatste ol Sproat's fine Mobile
bay oysters yesterday. They are line.
Sproat receives them every Tuesday ami
The season tor parties Is about h- ie
and our young men are talking ol a
grand opening demonstration at l he sr.
It should imt lorgotteii that abw
"rent Kuropean circus and luciiHgeiic ex
hiliiu licit i,n , ulh Inst. The com
pany will jjiie its lat performance lor
tiie s.easou here.
Cough, hoarseness, asthma, or any Irri
tation of the throat or bronchial tubes,
will lie relieved by taking 1 r. Bull's
Cough Syrup. It has cured thousand.
Keeoiiimend it to your friend and nelgh
lor. Voiir druggist ke ps it. Price 2"i
Cato, the younger, when pjieaklng In
the Koman senate on the nunishment to
be Indicted oh Koine's great rival, said
Curthage must be destroyed." The
same thing another great man said of
dirt and tilth. Hence the existence of
IS. T. Babbitt's best soap.
Ladies and misses will find at present
the finest stock of stylish shoes of elegant
make In the city at the City Shoe Store,
No. I K) Commercial avenue. Keeping
as they do, only the very Iwst make, pur
chasers can rely on getting a satisfactory
article. Full guarantee given for custom
work. Prices range very low. !-2Hw
Judge Bullit of Paducah was iu ttie
city yester Jay.
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Hacker returned
from Chicago yesterday.
Mr. Dyas Parker returned from a three
weeks visit to Chicago yesterday.
Mr. John Mackie returned to Cairo
from the centennial on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Walters returned
Irom Philadelphia yesterday morning.
Mr. A. B. Saflord and Mrs. W. P. Hal
liday left Cairo yesterday morning for
Mis3 K. A. Thomson returned to Cairo
yesterday to resume her work in our
public school, which open to-morrow
Mr. Ike Walder. who has been absent
from Cairo for the past three weeks, pur
chasing his stock of w inter clothing, was
expected home last night.
Mr. Joseph Story, ol the house of A. J.
Clark, Importer and dealer in men's lur-
nlshing goods at Cincinnati, was a guest
at tho St. Charles yesterday.
John . Mann, superintendent of the
Jackson division of the Mississippi Cen
tral railroad, who has just returned lrom
the centennial, was at the St. Charles yes
terday. Miss M. K. and Misa J. E. Patterson, of
St. Iuis, who have accepted tiositions in
our public schools as teachers, arrived In
Cairo yesterday. They are at the St.
Mr. John IJ. Thomas, ot Metropolis
was In the city yesterday, and took his
departure last night lor Chicago, where
he goes to attend a meeting of the Grand
IxKlge ol Masons, to be held there this
Among the arrivals at tho St. Charles
yesterday were G. T. Crawford, W. S.
Pettis, X. J. Jackson, N. G. Burt, I. II.
Archibald and W. I). Parteo, allot whom
have just returned from the centennial,
and all on their way to their homes in
M. II. Bunnell, an extensive dealer in
cigars and wines at Louisville, was at the
St. Charles yesterday. Mr. Bunnell has
great confidence iu the ability of Blue
JeansWllliams to beat Ben Harrison for
the governorship of Indiana.and has
staked thirteen hundred dollar on the
Our Neliool Tearbera.
The following will show who will
teach In the various departments of our
public schools during the coming school
year, commencing to-morrow :
High school Mrs. G. G. Alvord, prin
cipal; Miss Mary Patterson, assistant.
; ram mar department Miss Jennie
Intermediate department Miss Klta
Secondary Miss Ella Armstrong.
Primary department Miss Laerccia
HUM KKNTH 8TKBKT SCHOOL.
Miss Kato Thompson, principal; Mr.
George Ixuich, assistant, with Miss Nan
nie McKcc, Miss Josie Phlllis, Miss
Maroa Powers and Miss Mollie Keily in
the lower rooms.
Miss Kogers will continue inchaigo ol
the Eleventh street primary school.
1IIK COl.OKEO SCHOOLS.
J loom No. -1, of this school w ill lie
taught by Mr. K. A. Finn, of Oberlin,
Koom No. 3 George Tanner.
Kooiu No. 2 James Nott.
Koom No. 1 Miss Sarah F. Noting.
We are requested to state that the High
School will not ojM-it unt il Tuesday morn
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is oien to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice Honors, and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Joa. ItoxKKKB.Prop'r.
Peter Cuhl Is oue ol the sharpest and
quickest business men la town. As an
example of his tact, look at his centennial
brand. It is a neat and well-selling flour-
THE IVIBLmiie ICH0OL QUtlTIO
HUM Mr. A. I'mI kae to -akial
Cairo, Sept., 211, IS.fl.
Mn. EniTon: Since my last commu
nication upon the school question, I hare
lieen shown a ropy ol a resignation that
each tern her, w ith the exception perhaps,
ot the superintendent and his wife, are
required to sign at the same time the
contract Is signed. Every one ontildo
of the charmed circle Is anxious to know
what this all means, w ho has had an op
portunity ol acclng the article referred to
above, 1 again ask you to reprint the lat
ter clause of the contract. Hera it U:
"And I do further ajjree that I will
resign my position and withdraw ln.iu
said school whenever requested so to
do by said board o education, or the
superintendent ol suM c i and will
ai lor no r'H'on why such request was
made; mr Mill I blame or censure any
oue connected with the management of
sal I schools on account ot it; nor claim
eompeiiaation from the dateot said resig
nation." And here follows a copy of the resig
nation. '1 hereby oiler my resignation as
teacher in the public school ot this dis
trict. Cairo, Oct. 2, ls70. Signed.
What does all this mean ? an any one
be induced to explain? Certainly our
school board do not want to get their fe
male teachers for nothing, and yet If this
contract and resignation could 1st en
forced, then they might deprive each one
who signs both contract and resignation,
ol all their earnings. It is usual in all
contracts to protect both parties to the
same, but it seems in this case things are
wonderfully.and I may say. mysteriously,
changed. The employed have no pro
tection, only the employer.
I!csieclfully, A. Comixhs.
Wkint f ault la II?
We ItclieVH it ha leen customary in
other days, iu the selection of judges of
election iu this county, to put at least one
Kcpublican at each precinct, but In cas
ually glancintr over the list selected by
the county commissioners, we tail to llnd
more than one Republican in the whole
lot, and it is said, he won't serve. What
have the honorable commissioners to say
about this lack ol courtesy, not to say
u n f ai raes s . .S'i .
The Sun gives the list of the election
judges lor the several precincts, but
whether it is true that there Is but one
Kcpublican in the entire number, we are
unable to say, there lielng many per
sons named with whom we are not ac
quainted, cither personally or otherwise.
But suppose there is but one licpublican
on the list, whose fault is it? The board
of county commissioners is composed of
two Republicans and one Democrat, and
if the Kepublicans are not properly rep
resented in the matter of election
judges, they have themselves to blame
for It. But the truth is, in selecting
judges the county commissioners did not
ask, is this man a Republican or is he
a Democrat, but is he qualified to dis
charge the duties ot the office, and if the
answer was yes, his name was placed on
C hurch Xollrre.
Eriscoi'AL Cnt Ktii Services at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p.m. At tho evening ser
vices the Kev. Mr. Gilbert will preach
lrom the subject : "Is the Old Testa
ment Inspired All seats free at the
evening service. Sunday school services
will hereafter be held at 3 o'clock in the
Mktiiodist Ciuiicn There will be
the usual Sunday services at the Metho
dist church to-day, Kev. J. D. Gil ham,
officiating. The public are cordially in
vited to attend.
Prksbyteriax CiU'Rcn Services will
be conducted as usual by Kcr. Mr.
George. The evening services will be
gin at 7:30 o'clock.
Oar Hew Opera House. V
In Mayor Winter's tore, on Commer
cial avenue, can be found two designs of
the new opera house to be built In this
city. They are the side and front views,
drawn by two noted architects of St.
Louis, and are very neat and beautiful.
Mayor Winter informs us that with tho
aid of ten men, who will advance llvo
hundred dollars each, towards this enter
prise, he will erect the building within
one year. He proposes to build it on the
corner of Eight street and Washington
avenue, and has already leased the
grounds lor that purpose. He is confi
dent of the success of his undertaking,
and says it w ill be a 'paying Investment
lor all who take stock in it.
There w ill be a social gathering of Odd
Fellows in the hall ol Alexander Lodge,
No. 22 1, 1. 0. 0. V., ou Tuesday evening,
October 3, 170, to celebrate the anniver
sary of the Institution of Odd-Fellowship,
to which all the members ol the lodge
with their families only, aro requested
and expected to attend. Visiting broth
ers in the city, are cordially invited to
participate. Hakmox II. Black,
Angela Hover oVr our Darling .-By
Price 10 cents, with splendid Litho
graphic title page. 1 lie above song has
been sung by well known vocalists with
great success, and It bids fair to becomo
Very popular song Indeed, it is not
very dilllciilt. The music Is sweet and
plaintive, in erfcet keeping with the
words. It certainly ought to be found
upon every piano forte in the land. Ad
dress, F. M. lleltnick, music dualer and
publisher, M West Fourth Street, Cin
tat arable Neva.
Mayor Winter yesterday received a
most encouraging letter from a promi
nent government otllclal In regard to the
Improvement of the Mississippi river, In
which ho give It as his opinion that the
government will soon go to work to re
store Ute channel of the river to IU origi
nal course between the mouth of the
Ohio and the foot ol Dickey's Island.
Aswtoal Orator ! UlfceraUua.
The Aacieat Order of Hibernians aro
makinsr hi? DreDarations for their com
ing ball at Scbetl's ball, October 23d.
t. S.auta rair!
The St. liouis Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway will sill excursion
tickets from Cairo to St. lunula and re.
turn at $7.20; good until Octolier 0th.
tt-30-flt J. C. Ximmf.r, Agent.
Th Odd t'elluwa.
One week from Tuesday tho Grand
Ixlgc of Odd Fellows ol the Sato of
Illinois meets at Jacksonville. In order
to lie in time for tho owning, Mesrs.
Obcrly, Bross, Slack and Gossman, of
this city, will leave on Thursday next
lor that city.
J. rir-f itc..iunnae.
on Eighth "li.i t, two doors Irom Alwx
ninli i t .i.nity Hank, Is the place to get a
tashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or an) thing lse in the barber line. La
dies' ami children' hair cut or dreed.
either at the shop or their home.
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
a.m. Returning, leavesCairoat 2:'s) i-.m.
arriving at olumbus at 5:10 p.m. Fare,
tL&i. Sept. 2M lt.
Xw Wend Yard.
i have opened a wood yard on the cor
ner ol Twenty-eighth street an ! Ohio
levee, and will deliver In any part of the
city, first-class dry four foot ash and
hickory wood at $3.00 ami $3.2."i per
cord, cash, stove wood will also be
kept on hand in any quantity for sale.
Call and see me. W. M. Kclley. 21
A New t;inh.
We have received a list of nearly one
hundred names calling lor the organiza
tion ot a new Tilden and Hendricks
club. The meeting will take place on
Tuesday evening next, at which time an
organization will le effected. The list of
names will lie puhlislrcd on Tuesday
NP:riAi. xoth :n.
Mothers ran secure lieulth for their chil
dren anil real for tlieinselvea liy the Use of Can
tor. perfect aiibalitute lor Cantor Oil. It in
alxM-luUly harmlusH, and is as pleasant to take
B8 honey. Kor WiiiJ-Oillii; Buitr ctoiimi h.
worau gr eonstiivtion, lor young or old, there
ia nothing in ex interne like it. It Is rertaln, it
ia irely, it i( ( heap.
Caked Breasts, Ilhtimstism, sria-
cia. twellingn, sprains, alia Joints, burns
scalds, poisouotn bltis. anil all fle-oh, bone and
muscle ailments, ran 1 absolutely cured by the
Ceutaur liniment. What the White Liniiuant
is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment
is for spavined, gallol and lame horses and ani
How To Hake JMonejr
We will state that the surest, best and
spaediest war to "multiply and increase"
is to call at No. 13 Wall Htreet, New Yoik,
and consult with Alex Frothlngliam & Co,
These gentlemen, who have long been
Mentitled with the history and affairs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary affairs, and In everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
ana proncieucy. u may also oe said thai
of the many Broken in that city they are
not only the most popular, but also the
most successful, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Among the customers ot the house of
Alex rrothingbam v Co., are eome of our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
firm lor much of the wealth tbey now enjoy.
During the long and successful exper
ience ol Messrs. Alex. Frothinguain Hi Co.,
in Uiis city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
colossal in its proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year Is something wonder
ful, and often tonus the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
offices in Wall street to prove the truth of
ine anove statement.
liow tbey manage to convert 910 to 120,
t20 to 40, 40 into $80, and so on, I a
secret which tbey alone can explain ; hut
that they succeed in doing so la a tact too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
weuld solely and profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor this linn
with your cash and confidence. That by so
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience of thousands ol our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these times of tottering
banks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the most Indifferent and careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothlngham & Co., are
prepared to invest money to any amount in
the best securities, and in every transac
tion iu which they may be engaged guar
antee entire satisfaction tothoe who honor
them with their patronage.
f JTSend for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who desire them. from A'. )'. Mt-
ropont.Jvriim iHTtl. 7-lM-eod;in
C. r. Haaket's) Bitter Wine) r Iron
has never been known to fail In the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, aimuesa ot vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous apetite) with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot bands, ffaabing of the bo Jy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purilviiii; the blood.
pain in the bask, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
witu temporary summon ana loss or sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. K. Kunkel's Uitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only K.V. Uuukel's.
tie ware or counterfeit ami base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Uiltcr Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, driiu-
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it off to their customers, w hen they
call for Kunkel's Uitter Wine or Iron,
Kunkel's littter Wine of fron is put up
only iu 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph ou the wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph ou Ihe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the geuuiue. One dollar per
bottle, or six for fb. Sold by druggists and
ALL W OHMS HKMOVCl) ALIVE.
K. K. Kunkel's Worm Sy rup never fails
to destroy I'iu Seat and Htomavh Worms.
Dr. Kuuke.1, the only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm ia two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common seuse teaches that II Tape Worm
he removed, ail other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to lr. Kun
kel, Ho. 'IXi North Ninth street, 1'hiladel
pbia, l'a., or call on your druggist and ask
lor a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
Vrlee. l.0. It never lail
11 the New
AJID TUB OXMTAJ.au OW ia76v
Just Uia book lur Um times, liivss a full history
of in National Capital asuluovarBineal. bbows
bow Um Krrnwianl has baa sssaaasml aiaos iu
onraniiaiioa. Kxplaina bow lobs are pot
through congress, uivesaiuu tumory of las
frmutla aad RalkltaD Bflaudal. II civaa
the lives of Ilayea, Wbaeler, TU4 tail lie
drifts. Uranil ebaaes for aieats. AdOraa.
B-17-WSW J. Ot CUAJsUCKS, bt, liOIUS.UO.
W A WOMII.
i:XTnSTIlEET, Botwrcn OHIO
liKVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture. hi own Horn flhoeaand
can AasuroOood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
!,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attendod to.
t&To largo consumers and all
aiftnilfftPtlirfira. wa nrn rnmonut
to supply any quantity, by the
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAX COMPANY.
rt-Hnlllday Itro. ' office, No 70 Ohio Levee
trllairiilay lira 'a whuff liont.
tl"At Kiryptian Mills, or
tjAt the Coal tiump, foot of Toil ty-KiKhth
tfPot Offine Drawer. Son.
I '. ii
HTKAM llO t I N.
Evansvilto, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneotown, EvanB
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The clefmnt elde-whctl eteam"r
WALTann. raaxiHoTOH.-.. Master
ClIAIILKS l'KHMNl.TON Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY Bt.6
o'clock t. rn.
Ihe fleet steamer
ItBK Howard ....Muster
Ku. Thomas Cieik
Iienves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat nuikeo close connections at Cairo
With llrst-ciass slearuera for Ml. Louin, Sinn
phis ami New Orleans, anil at Kvansville with
Ihe K. AC. It. It. for all (mints North and East,
and with the l-ouinville Muil Steamers louall
points on the t'pjier Ohio, irivmir tlirnuuli re
ceipts on rreighu and paseuKers to ull ioints
For urlher information apply to
SOL.hlLVh.lt, rassenser Afrent.
J. M. 1'HILLJ1'8, ( AkcoU.
Or to U. J. UKAMMEK,
inperinUnilcnt snl General Freight A (rent,
liM-U-lr. Evanaville InJiana.
COHHINMIOH HKKCII AItT").
Sra AaTON & BIRD,
AQENTS AMERICAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio Lnveo.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds (bard and soft,)
PLOOBINO, STDENO, LATEf, &o.
Mill Md Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Streot and
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Aud Dealer in
If. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
HKCIALattanlioi ien kiconsigunwnta an I
. CArao, iLLnrow.
Thursday, Cci. 5
ROTHSCHILD & CO'S
Mu:sua ! Menagerie ! C&r&van !
I'lieiiri'it t.KVI TIII AS ITNIVKUSAI. I.ivinit
KiMluin nt'Miid Kxhiluu.ili ol' all
the Womli ri ir tho
EARTH, SEA AND AIR.
The Grand Hippodromes Entree
a ntlmir i.relinlf . tliemnst Hrilliutit. Artir-tu-
iilHi i lnl nml Inli liti-I l-.iiieHiriaiit, . limn-hr.
A (!.. I.iilir, .liDCifhint, t iiinii' Hint Aliiuiiiir Mnl
! of I'.iileitniiiiiieiiU ivi r tien under I'aul-
An liiniimemlile Kirl.l Aviurv i.fl..
l'Iei-tt.jj-l nn-l I nneiine-iiUleil Itinl. A col
ony ol' M'iM-li r liiiliiiiin Ac ting Apej mid M i in
A ROYAL KING
Cotv titutiair a Peerless Conrthtration ot
Great ARENAS beyond Ccnsuro
r3-TWO rEIIFOItMAXC KS DAILY. 1oois
len at I jn 7 . in .
Children, liinler J yeui'd
"D f nt
Kead. Reflect and Ucnicrubcr the
Mrs. C. McLean,
AI-AIK.K hfock of Millinery and Kaiirv
ioinls. A firot-tliuis Millinery store, in
every reect. Ml-Sm
St. 0 harles Hotol,
mcES imn n :wr m ma
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor S3. 00 Per Day
Special Rataa by Week or Month.
A limiteil numlier of very deirile imnily
riHiiiiH ritii lie Mi'Uivd at rvu-toualile IHtea lur the
I lie t I tiurlex in the lurpa8t and lieid aioint
ed HoiiMe in Southern I 111 nolo . and in the Kmlilic
Imli I in tairu. Nolw Ith.Lili.lllitf the "lied
Itix k" reiluotioii in inre, the lul.li- will, bm
lifUiil,ti- lilierally niiulied with Ihe very Imi
of everj I ti 1 1 1 if that ran Itv fniind 111 market .
l ine lurirc Kample roonut fur nunim ri ial trav
eli'i. mi Kroiuid Hour, fn-eofcliuiKe.
I J All IwiM'Kaueol'Kuarla couveyed to ami lrom
the hotel v, illioiit i lmi ire.
JK tTT WlI.fOY Jt CO. ,
Wiiki:KA". .lohu II. I'hillli, and Ituchel J.
I'liillis Iiim Wile, hy their certaiu rale imirt
Kane, eii iilt-l and deliveied to lUr iiiiilersiiieil
ou the '.'.'d day of April, A. H., !.", ill. I, for
Hie iiu)mm- of aeeur'iiK a I'uutiu itumiarory
note then iu iiienliuued , iuoi l:iiij to lite uuder
niuueil lie JiilliiWini; denerilieit lireoiUra, to
wn: Iheundivideii nn-lill uf lot Iimiiliered
IWO (li. ill lll'll'L lllllulu-M..! Ilm. I.I ... .1...
I II V 111 ( HI ri I. 1 1 Inn H a ' in.. I ii 1. .) .11 .. I. .
. . .,.....,. ... lull l, iimfi
lieeu inuilu in Hie puyiua ut of ald note ; now.
iiu-it-iit , in imrctuaiK-r. 01 ine ailltioiil v iii
' r...l liv kui.l ..Im iiiiiii.ij.iu I .. .II ..i .i...
VI " , nil. Illtl
almve ileM'rilail ir-iniis -., ul uililu- vendue, to
Ihe hlulient hlitdiT. lOr immIi hi li.ml in tl.a .i.li.v
of tlieriinrt lioiiie, in uiio, lilinuia, on Saliu-
uay, iii iooer it-ni, A. I' , i--.i.. at the nun of 3
o'cloi'k, . 1 1 1 aai'l day, xuid uili: to lie wilh-
lllll lt.-i-l!l!l l"l.
Ai.ntr.n 1 i rriii(i, Moi-tKaifre.
JjKKFN A ill.ltr.ICI , Attorney. d-.-ot
To BrldK Hiilltlri-a.
I'roiioiMtl will liervvtived until Moudu. l'ii.1
Ui ti.U r, at In o'l l.ii k, a iu., fur the liaildiutf of
one Im le aeroiia 1-avr reui-e ererk, lo lulira
iioiiii or 1 lu ll m, one hundred and eijilit leet
luiiu ; one ImilKu ai roaa hamlv rrvek, ou H
ltii'o and ilouuaboto rouil, ninety two f-el lull i
aud one hridi;e aeroaa cuer'a ei-eek ou the t airo
ami Joucnlioro road, amy hvt luiiKi thecuiinly
reaervini; the iij;lit to r jii i uny -r all luda.
Ilid w ifl he nm dei-ed lur any wall bridea,
t lutiali ly or tiieiher
lur ilaiix and riieeiilratioim u..l y l
'lllo-i. 1 1 in , tniiiny t oni'r.,
at ll.ilUduy brua. ' olties.
Cairo, Pet. II. trT'-.
Kiik'lib Uru-"eli. Tlirea Tly and Ingrain,
ai-o, stair CsrprU.Yelvct Kuir, Crumb
CJoUin, Oil Clotlta, etc., very cheap
at th Old 1'lacu
112 FULTON 6T.. NEW YORK.
CarpeU care fully packed and aant to an
partoi ins ubiiuu &uusirooiuiarKs.
rttEinxrOB FRICB LIST.""
7-Mf. J. At BEXDALL.
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