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Real Estate Column
AW lander county lanU, Cairn lots,
sthstife for St. Louis property.
A fine residents on corner lUU.nx.k
enue and Twenty-third slret, at a
'A he south hall of the 4,riiot" house m
Several line rooms lu Winter's Mock.
Good two Story lirltk suitable for
.ores and officer on Cooinierclal avenue,
Hween Eleventh ami Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Ninetei nth
tud Poplar street.
Saloon and fixture, southweM torti
if fvlghteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Dwelling hou on t'roa street, wis
bt VVanLimrton avenue.
Two biulneM houses on l-vee street,
above klghth, $Ml each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
leitto Waverly hotel, f 10.
Two story liounc. on Commercial av
enue. Two tenement suiulile lor hor
Stum rK.in, turner Twentieth ami
I'p stairs of house on Commercial av
enue, near 19th street. Suitable for
1 tiling, $3.
Tenement numbered 8, 3 and 10
Wlufer'a How, C rooms each for $10
lr biontb. In Urst-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good ten nut.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, 2 a month.
Room In various pari ol I lie city.
Lands, In tract to suit, near Cairn.
Tfca lra Trail."
A sicy sketch descriptive of a trip
ovr the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, lite beauties, m-cnery and
.leauuire resort of the Hocky .Mountains' ,
by "Nyrn Crinkle," the inimical and
lramati! critic of the New York M'ui lJ,
Mint lre" on application, together with
the San Juan GuUU, map and time
table cd thli new and popular route
from Kansas City and Althinson to
i'ueblo, Denver and all polnU In Col
orado, New Mexico. A1i7.011a.an1l the San
.liuiu Ulne. The finest line of f'ullniau
Mctr on the continent tx twien tin
Xllourl river and the itw ky MniintHin.H
without change. heclul round trip
touiuls tickets Iroui the Missouri river
to Deliver at $50, good to Hop oil at all
timers! 1'a.wenger Agent,
Ho I For St. Louis Fair.
Illinois t'txTRai. It. It. Co., t
falro, lll.,Sept. "M, IhTC. j
To person wishing to attend the M.
Louis. Fair, commencing October 2d, we
will sell excursion ticket to St. Louis
and return, at (7.20 ; Kant S. IxmiU and
return, at f.M0. Commence eale of
tickets September 30th ; good to return
until ictotr 11th, Inclusive.
tieneral Southern Agent. -
J. 11. Joa. TVkol Agent, i-2i-i;t
For a smooth shave, u neat and fa-h-
luuabl hair cut. or refreshing tharupoo,
go to Ld. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor, the bet of perfumeries and
huir tonics always kept on Land. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and U
always kept in the neatest order, ready
tor the convenience of customers. tl
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ive joru iuis o i i
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COiL flHiMtl AU blti MUDDY :
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I'tirec 3 2.
ive 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
iled. A thnlec lot of kindling on hand
y C. W. WutSI lh tl Co.
Dlalrlel School Llecllou .Roller.
Notice Is hereby given, that on Sulur-
ay. the r"eveiitu of October, texr, at the
nooi nouse, on r-ieveum sirect, iihinri
o. 1, In township No. 17, range 1 west,
lexander county, lllluoU, an election
111 be held for one member ol board of
tucatlou to till vacancy for said dUtrJct.
'ft. I.. I. . I.....I ...III ft... n...w..t .....
IIIVM civcui'll will ifi.viii-14 Mb ini
i lot k, a. in., and will continue, open
itil four o'clock, p. in., of the same day
liar twA.im 4 '..niilif Ui i luiftnf AHiIaIi t k
ibllo School. riior.ua A. Tavj.ok.
Dated Cairo, Sept. T, 1S7.
way asoan w
ine r.uropean nou-i and rvataurunc,
ar the corner ol Sixth street and Com-
ri'iHi av.iiiio win Atkoti i..ff,tt4,. 1ST
o. I t ruis, f 4 m per week. This i
excellent place for families to get -,
which will )e 8-rved 'in my ljlo
ucu, luciut'i wiiu ail oiner ciioicv
bles the market afford, lioardimr on
Euroean plan. Throo ticketo for $1.
A ma aa ull C1 1 . -.1 A...f a,1wIm
v iiiu m shmib. r in iMMtrii anu niux u xr
ulre on the promises.
-28-2w Mrs. II. Whuk. Pro p'r.
e win uenver our best lump coal on
till V. It If Irai.L In u
twklvk Toxa. , .
his coal has no acrsiuoR for grates
household uses generally.
A Id r es all orders lor coal to
James A. Yull & Co.,
CMtv Slack, Agent at Cairo.
road houe, corner Klghteeuth street
Commercial avenue, ut the follow
boara M.....M...S3 W per week.
a ana loaging 4 w " "
spite wliat the "knowing ones"
, iwwmra win aiways mm on uie
'soinetb-lng to eat." 9-21-3 w
l-OR IIKItlr r.
W re uOmrixr.l tr annnunc ,KUS II.
uiiHlnn.-s uaraieiiom'tlur MieriHol Altx
niter couuty, al the coming county eteuino.
W arc snthomixl to announce fETER SACP,
fur an Imleijcnilent cniiiilte for Sheriffof Al-
eiamiercouuty, at I he ensuing rouuty election.
Editor Hi l.l.iri: I'Ifss. annonnca thai I
ma inJiUU lor tl.e oili.-e of Mate Allurt.ey
lor Alexanilr loimty at the November eleo-
W ire iitlioiii ( announce (.E'i. W
IIENUItll ha. .lit , as a canJMale al the No-
vemlierrlrviion, lor Mlale Attorney fur Alex-
t IK I II l.ERK.
We are authortzrSI to announce Wlt.I.IAM
M rilKhir.na as a camlidale for I ir. utt
t leia of Aletamler roiiiily at the coming county
we are aulhorl.eil to announce JtJll.N y,
ii iiinniH a cati.iKiate lor tbe onjee ol t
run clerk ol Alrian'lrr county at Ihe enaiilna:
i;.'tiniy rirciion .
We are author lc J to annonme .ICillV A.
KEEV E as auhlate tor the ..dice ol I trcuit
cicta at Ihe Nonnlr election.
eareaiiihorieltoaniioiinc W. K.I'lTt Hf K
a a ranitliUle for Ihe c.ltl. e of l.iivmt Icrk of
AleiatKlvr cyiiutr at Hit Noemlirr ela tion.
KR I'OCNT V OMMIM.1lw.NEK.
We sre aiitliotitct to announce Martin IStowit
ol 1 ln-l, as a cAudi. lute lor I oiinty Cmimin-
lonrro AlrlatiiliT coiinlj at lheeu UHik cwunty
a:ai.n I.OIXJE, NO. M.
Knifflitx ol rythiaa, ni-Ui erery Kri
Uy iiiKlit at liull'imel mvcu, in O'l't-
rill...' IUII. H..a,
I liaiKKllor t oliiiiianiU r.
ALEXANDER t.ODOK, NO 'M.
Iinlrirnctriit I IrliT of M'l-cl-lows,
iim-ta every I hunkuty ntKht
at hall liaxt netrii. in their hall on
o'l.rui r il avenue, lietnreen Aixth ni Hevrutti
'fan N. A. Oatr.jna. N ti
' 1AIHH EM AM I'M EST, I (I O. F.. nieeU
t yto Oil.l-Ecilows' Hall on the Unit and thirtl
mla) in every iuoiiUi, at lutlf-t seven
A. CoatiBO, C I
aN lloll n-irii
' xan. Eighth
CAIttOl.ODtiE. N0.2-J7.A.F. A A. M.
vu lor communications In Ala-
cxirni r Commercial aveuue
.liclith sm-et. on the second anil
"iirth Munilar of each month.
RATEN OF AltVCBIIMI
ijfAll bills for lvrrtniDf, are ilue and pay
able 1" AUVAHCB
Tranaient ailverlisinK will lie insertel at ths
rate of tl ) pur a.juar for tlie flrat Insertion
ami 9" cenU for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be lumle on stamling and iliapl
For laaerting Funeral notice tl o Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret onlers cents for
t h InserUoa
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
ill only be iuacrted as ailvertiaemenU
No advertisement will be received at leas than
60 cents, and no advertisement will lie Inserted
for leta than three dollars per month '
Local Business Notices, of
tsn linos or mors. Inserted
la ths Bulletin as follows :
Couma&os Counting at ten Lines.
Ons Insertion per line A Cents
Twe Insertions per line 7 Cento
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line 20 Cental
One month per line 3fi Cents
Mo Reduction will be made in afeov
TIIUtSlJAY. iM'TOBKi: 5, 1H70.
I.ersl Weanier Hepen.
Cataii. ILL., Oi I 4, lrf7.
Hah. J Tun,
J AM Kb AVCo.N.
Seraeut.t. Sianai sK. t'.S.A.
UollHKe fur tWal,
Situated on Tenth street, lietweeu WaU
nut and U'a.-hingtou, No. 'Mi. Possession
given fir't of October.
E. A. Bl KVtTT.
For Misle C Heap
The rlne dental outfit formerly owned
by Dr. 1. I.. Williams. For terms ap
ply to Mrs. 1'. L. Williams, Tenth street,
between Washington im-iiue and Walnut
fct. l-oul I'Mlr I
The St. I.ouls Iron Mountain aud
Southern Ituilway will II excurion
tickets from Cairo to St. l.oulaan l ro
turn ut i7.2o; gool until October Jth.
ti-:Mic J. C. Zivimlr, Asrent.
The Ixc t violin, guitar and basa etrins
in the city and musical InstruinentB of all
kinds can he obtained of K. ,"t W. ISudcr,
corner ol Kighth street and Washington
avenue. They nittke piunos and organs
a speciality. K-lo-ir
J. Ueurae Wlelnboiiae.
on Kighlh street, two doors from Alex
andcr County Hank, is the place to get a
labiiionulile hair rut or a smooth khave
or anything else In tho barber line. La
dies' and childrc us' huir cut or drecd.
either at the tthop or their homes.
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain
and Southern Hallway are now run
iiing a train leaving Colum
bus at 7:10 a.m., urriving at Cairo at 0:50
a.m. Iteturnlng, leaves Cairo at 2:50 p.m.
arriving at Columbus at 5:10 p.m. Fare,
f 1.50. Sept. 2! Ct.
P. lliclbron has just arrived from St.
Louis with a fine stock ol Dry Goods
and Clothing, boots and shoes, hats
capi, etc., which he will sell at astonish
ingly low prices. Give hi in a call, and
convince yourself ot the truth of this
statement. Jlis goods aro all fresh.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irvi.n,
Wanted, a teuaut on a fruit farm near
Villa Kid-re Station oh the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to P. Abtek.
tf-13-tf ' Cairo, HI. ,
A II It Is r.udorseasowl.
Elaine, the family aaleguard oil, man
ufactured by Wardeu & Oxuard, 1'itt.
burg, I'enn., was awarded first premium
atttie Centennial exhibition as the best
and latest illuminating oil. For sale by
Items in Uriel.
Attend the clrcu to-day.
1'ctuemhcr the elrcm an menagerie to
Everybody, both Republicans and
Icmocrat seem to want the time to
come w hen our biir barbecue is to take
The great European circus, etc., wlil
after their performance this afternoon
and evening, go into winter quarters
here In Cairo.
Holhsehild A Co.'s great European
allows, menagerie, museum, caravan, cir
cus and hippodrome give two perfor
Don't lailto ottend the great European
circus and menagerie to-day. Perform
ance at hslt-put one o'clock this after
noon and eight Uil evening.
Head the notice of Elaine oil this morn
ing. It will be een that It was awarded
the first premium at the centennial exhi
bition. For sale by Barclay Brother.
Thi! big new 'ill. leu and Hendricks
dull met Ia-t night at hinge's hall for
the first time. A full account ot the
proceeding will he published to-morrow.
The dd Fellows of this city w ill give
another party two weeks from last night.
The afl'air will take place in their beauti
ful hall, and will he made a gay fine for
the young ieoplt.
The sociable to be given by the ladies
of the ( liurchol the Redeemer this even
ing will afTord nil who attend a very
pleasant time, and a large crowd will
doubtless he present.
Mr. George B. Hudson, agent lor the
ScMcn-Irwin combination, has completed
all preliminaries for lite coming of his
tronjM, and they will open at the Athe
neuiii on Monday night, the !tli iust.,
and remain lor a season of one week.
Mr. James Corrie. dentist in Baltimore,
writes : "I have used Dr. Bull's cough
syrup personally and In tny family for
two or three years, and I am prepared to
say that there is nothing to compare w ith
it as a remedy for coughs, colds, etc."
Nothing furthers the good looks like
snowy-white linen. B. T. Babbitt's best
soap is therefore indispensable to all, and
those that use it claim that they have
reached the highest jicrfcctioii of the ar
ticle. Not excelsior, but 'excelsissimus.''
Is the motto ol the great soap man.
John Sproat Is determined to give the
people of i airo all the advantages in the
way of a good market that he can, and
lencc is about to establish a rih market
in connection with his oyster trade, by
which he will furnish the finest of Mobile
bay fish at prices astonishingly low.
Jewett Wilcox, of the St. Charles ho.
tel. says he will not lc the cause ol stop
ping the young folks of Cairo from en
joying a dance whenever they may wish
to give one, and lias, therefore, owing to
the 'diard times," concluded to reduce
the rent for his splendid hall fromtwinfy
to fifteen dollars a night.
Ben Wiley is still on the wing making
Radical scechcs and exerting himself to
his utmost to defeat Mr. Hartzell. Ben
claims every county in the district, w ith
the exception of four, two of which he
says are doubtful, and the other two he
concedes to Mr. Hartell. His majority
he places at fifteen hundred. Poor Beu,
we tear he is doomed to sad disappoint
ment. We would call the attention of our city
authorities to a had aud dangerous hole
that has recently been made in the cover
ing of the reservoir at the corner ot Tenth
street and Ohio levee, near Phillis' com
mission house. Persons driving along
Tenth are liable to run a team over it at
any moment, and before some accident
occurs it will te well to have the old
planks removed and new ones put in.
We know of a young man in this city
who recently bet a suit ot clothes with a
dry goods clerk, also ot Cairo, that Ben
Harrison would bo elected governor of
Indiana on next Tuesday. He then
wrote to Dan Munn and asked him what
he thought of the bet. Mr. Munn re
plied that he believed Harrison would be
elected, but that the young man had bet
ter withdraw his bet. Whether Mr.
Munn advised the young man to
draw the bet because ot his
religious scruples and his opposition to
speculating in this way, Or whether he
did not wih to see him lo u his money,
remains a tjuestioii in the minds of all
who have knowledge of (he wager.
All lovers of music, reading, charades
aud oysters, should remember the cliurch
sociable (his evening ut the residence of
Mr. Win. B. Gilbert, corner of Fourth
street and Washington avenue, to which
the public are cordially invited, an J where
all who attend may expect un enjoyable
A. . II.
Remember tho Auclent Order of Hi
bernians' bull to take place at Scheil's
hall on tho evening ot October 23d.
Neither time nor money w ill be spared
to make it a success, and a pleasant occa
sion lor all who wUli to participate in tho
A good store room In John Reese's
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington avenue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling house lu
same building. Kent reasonable; apply
on the premises. 10-1-1 in
'I he great Leviathan Ciiiversvl liviug
exposition a grand exhibition of all the
wonders ot tho earth, sea, and air at the
great hippodrome this afternoon and
HtttlMrnllw mum Iwimsmmsf.
The greatest traveling exposition in
the Held, and the best e'reus ever seen in
Cairo two; exhibitions to-day, the best
ot the season.
is in t'sBirattsri,
Bids tor tlie repairing of the German
School house wilj be received at II.
Myers' cigar toif, Ohio levee.
BEADY FOB UIIIUS.
Tbs "Tildsa and Hsaarlcks Benton Club.'
Proceedlna-t ef the First Mettles; t
Was tbs "BonUns"' ars Tkeir Offictrs
In response to the call published in the
Bin ei in of Tuesday morning tor a
meeting at llaillday Brother's old ofjlcc
in the rity national bank building, about
seventy person? put in an appearance
The mcetinif was railed fo order by
Mr. James Hayde, who stated the oh j erf.
of flu! meeting to bo the formation ot a
new Tilden and Hendricks club.
Short addresses were made by I'minty
Attorney Mul key, ( apt. Wilson and
others, which Were all well received anil
The follow hif officers were then se
President James llayile ;
Vice I'te-iiletit C. Ilayiie ;
Secretary Matt Chtike :
TreaMtrer- Ike Moran ;
Walton W. Wright was unanimously
i lecteil captain of the company.
On motion ol Capt. Wilson the follow
ing finance committee was apixtintcd by
the chair: ('ant. Wilson, chairman, Ike
Moran ami John Broderick.
D. J. Foley, P. J. I'tircell nnd George
Wilson were appointed a committee on
ways and means.
D.J. Foley suggested that the organ
ization be known as the "Tilden and
Hendricks Ronton Club,'' nnd the name
was unanimously adopted.
All business having been transacted.
Mr. P. J. I'tircell was called upon, and
delivered an address, which not only re
flected honor on Mr. Purcell, but was
well received by the club.
At the conclusion of the address the
The following is a list of the oilleers
and members of the new organization :
James Hayde, president ; C. Haynes,
vice president; Mott Clarke, secretary ;
Ike Moran, treasurer ; W. W. Wright,
captain of company.
l.em C Malbon Wm Batty
John McAulifl John t alien
Thomas Wilson George Wilson
Geo W Ilctiricks
John P Broderick
Joe Ca vender,
S It Green,
J L Gilmore
f rank Klier
O A Osburn,
(j A K rmu I,
P J Purcell
D J Foley
(ieo E Clarke
J O Smith
W I) Moore
Joe V Hendrlck
City Attorney Harmon Black and Mr.
and Mrs. Rosenwater, left Cairo on Tues
day afternoon lor the" centennial.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Woodward, Mrs.
Koyse and Miss Tenie Woodward wei.t
to the St. Louis fair yesterday morning.
Mr. Frank Vatidoren, lormerly a clerk
in the hardware establishment of J. B.
Reed, after an absence ol two years re
turned to Cairo yesterday morning, to
accept a position in the establishment of
C. R. Woodward as traveling agent. Mr.
Vandoren has many friends among the
young people of Cairo, w ho are please to
again have him with them.
The Hon. J. H. Treat, Samuei T.
Drcssor and Douglass Pope, Esq., also
James A. Connelly, prosecuting Attor
ney, ail of the V. S. district court, are
guest? at the St. Charles. The U. S.
court Is now In session in this c'ty.
J. M. Krout, ot the hou?o ot Jas. Hce
kiu it Co, coffee, spice and mustard mills
of Cincinnati, is at the St. Charles.
L. C. Wells, Wheeling ; S. L. Mason,
Louisville; W. S. Hazelriggand John B.
Gct, Cincinnati, are among the. promi
nent arrivals at the St. Charles.
We understand Irom a reliable source
that a change Is to be made very soon
lu Ihe munner of running trains on the
narrow guage railroad, which will do
away w ith all ticket agents and oilleers
connected w ith the road. The plan is to
furnish a liiun with tickets, who will
board the train here, aud w ho will sell
them on the train to passengers. This
forerunner will be followed by the con
ductor of the train, who will take up the
tickets. This way of running the busi
ness, the higher otllclals of the road have
decided, will necessitate the employing
of but two men, where the road Is now
compelled to hire thirteen ticket agents
Whether this Is the true cause of the
change we are unable to say, but some
people seem to think there is "something
behind It al" that no one can explain
but thus who are connected with the
Keiutsvrtf l New lre.
Mrs. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed from Iter old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's Block, corner
ol Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and increased
facilities. Site is now receiving new
goods from the diflcreut trade centers,
keeping a much lartrer aud more varied
stock on hand than formerly. Buying
goods in larger quantities, she can 6cll
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction in every Instance, both a to her
w ork and tlie cjualitv of goods.
M. J. McGauley la proprietor and solo
manufacturer of Wood's Fills, celebrated
lor lite cure of chills, ague, and ail
kiuds of malarial levers. A cur guar
anteed In all cases, lie employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue. Cairo, 111. Price,
50 cents per dozeu. Scut by mail ms
taf paid. . - H-10-dtliu
Everybody should at teud the circus
aad usuagerut to-day, it Is the last ol
Everybody should go and tale the
children to the great hippodrome and
circus to dar.
A Ylelons Darkey,
Between .eight and nine o'clock last
evening, w hile the clerks In Burger's dry
goods establishment were preparing to
close up, a darkey went Into the store
and seizing a pair of shoes, attempted to
run out. He was stopped by Mr. Max
Hyman, one rl the clerks, and
In the scuttle which ensued, the darkey
Stabbed Hyman in the neck, inflicting
a painful, but not serious wound. A In
tro known as Caleb was arteMed. and is
uow in iuil, but whether he is Ihe man
who did the cutting we cannot say.
Fifty rents, at Winter's Gallerv.
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lleliiw nifth water of 1S74.
Serseant, Sucnal jM-rvire. f. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Belle of Memphis, Memphis.
" C. B. Church, Cincinnati.
' John Gilmorc, St. Ixiuis.
" James W. Gaff, Cincinnati.
Capitol City, St. Louis.
" James Howard, New Orleans.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
C. B. Church, New Orleans.
" John Gil more, St. Louis.
' James W. Gafl, Memphis.
' Capitol City, Vicksburg.
' James Howard, St. Louis.
The James W. Gaff had a treiaeudous
trip of both freight and passengers. She
discharged a small amount ot freight,
and made some additions. She also put
off.10 people here for St. Louis, which
made a very lively time among the pas
senger agents of the various railroads.
Captain Ben. F. Eagan, ol Nashville.
came down to t 'airo on the Fisk yester
day, t'aptain Eagan is an .old-time
Rteaniboatman, aud in latter years has
been connected with various newspa
pers, aud is known to all river scribblers
as a pithy and very ready writer. He is
at present running a steamboat agency
at Nashville. Captain Eagan is on his
way to St. Paul to look after 110 acres of
land, which he came lu possession of
through his connection with the Mexican
The following changes in beacon
lights have been made between Cairo and
Memphis : New light at wreck ot White,
opposite No. 1(1 ; Fletcher's moved up to
loot ot field; "Brisfow's cut-off," upper
Mr. John Jones, who w ill occupy the
olHce of the Thompson Dean, and who
has been in this city tor several days,
makes the round trip to Memphis on the
Gafl w.th Captain Bob Wise. The Dean
w ill leave this port to go into the Mem
phis and New Orleans trade about the
15th Inst. Mr. Gordon Wayne, the
Second clerk ot the Dean, is in the citr
awaiting the departure of the boat.
Says the Republican : That was a
fine trip of the Future City and barges to
New Orleans 21,802 packages freight,
and 30,335 bushels of corn.
According to the Cincinnati Tiu$,
Rees W. Dugan's last telegram U dated
at Melbourne, Australia, October :l, 2
a. m., and runs thus : "Thank God ! 1
have escaped from annlhilatlan. The
suspense was awful. Oh ! the awful real
ization ot being separated 10,00(1 miles
from Chet. Bradley, Bill Halllday, Al.
Howe ami B. Frank lYaree. It is too
hard to bear. Have all the boys eome
dowu yctr Did the explosion worry
Commodore John Kyle I wot not.
Fragments train Hell Gate tell here.
Wrecking Is good, send down the T. F.
The Capitol City arrived from St.
Louis at 11 o'clock yesterday morning.
She added about 30 tons here and went
Mothers raaaeeur health for their chil
dren aud rest for themselves by the use of Cas
tors, a iwrl'ei-t substitute for Cantor Oil. It is
absolutely liaruiless, and is as pleasant lu take
as honejr. For Wlnd-Collic sour stomach,
worms or constijiation, l..r young or old, tlm
is nothing in existence like il. It l cei taiu.it
itSiceUy, it ia cheap.
Caked Breasts, ithiiuialialii, acia
cia, swelliug-a, sprains, at i ft' joiuls, burns
raids, ioisouoitt bites, aud all flesh, bone ami
muscle ailiiMiils, can lie absolutely cured by Ihe
Ceutaur liuiiuent. What the While LininwBt
is for the human family, the Yellow I.iiiiiiient
is for spavined, krIM and lame horses and ani
SIXTH 8TBBST, Between OHIO
LSVEX AND COM UEBCIAL
,n-""-"kt" Bom Shoes and
ca Assure Ooo4 Work.
PATH OR AGE fOtlOITED
i l toi
Thursday. Oct. 5
ROTHSCHILD & CO S
I'lietiriMt t.KVI Villi AX fXlVKlSSAt. r.ivmjr
hximnitiiin - a t.inml Kxhibilimi of nil
lite W'nndi'M el the
EARTn, SEA AND AIR.
The Grand Hippodrome Entreo
l a littHiir inclii.K' in tin' inn .-I l i illiant. Artitic.
. l m it ii I uud Tali'titiil hiileMiiuiis, . luiuntir,
ncnHiuiie,.iiun.'nnj;, t.olinc unit Allin-lli Meil
ley of hnli TtmiiinviiU iu j;ivcii under J'awl
ions. An Innumerable Kield Al inry oI'GoikcoiikIv
rittirauiil and I nntuaae-tiilled ltitils. . eof-
ony of .M'in-ti r liulioon, Artinn Aie nud Alim-
( iitintiluti i? u 1'i-erh-ss Concentration ot
Great ARENAS beyond Consur
ttl-I Wo 1-KHKoUMAM MS HAII.Y. Uoom
Open at I .tnd T p in.
AdmiK8ioii Mi fiit
Childiiii, iiinK'r'.' years Cfut
Kead. Iteflei-t nnd 1'i iiiembcr the
mm or v:: cmr iimtm :r,v
Mrs. C. McLean,
A LARGE stock of Millinery nnd Fancy
(ionds. A uiC-clntis Millinery Store in
every rvapcrt. 8-l.t-am
prices mm to z: m
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 34 Floor S2 00 Per Day
Special Rates bj Week or Month.
A limited nuinlirr of vi-ry diruble tiimily
rouuts call be w-vurrd at ii iisoliablv lutes toi tbt
1 lie St. I tiai ! is the lurgrKtuud brat auioiut-
ea lluu?i in NolUliil u lllluou, uml la tlm RudiiiK
hotrl in Cairo. Notwlthatumlitiir the "lied
Hutk" reduction lu irlres, th table will, a
Ukual, Ue litxriaiiy sutipliru wild the Very ll
ol every ttiinst mat can tie louiul in luiirket.
r'iue Ittiye saiuple rouius fur euiiiiuercial IraV
elera, on around floor, lrreul i lmigiv
AI1 liuKKaxeul'iruesIs i'oii. j itl to uud Iruni
the hotel Wllhoiil eburice
JKU KI T WII.CO.V & CO.,.
WuiLiia-, Juhn II. I'hillla, aud Itiiclul .1.
I'billis his witi', by their critutu sale iiioit
Kah'e, extfiiteil and Jclitnii In the limit tmiiK'iI
on the ..'d diiy of April, A. !.. l', did, for
tlie purpoae of srrur'iiit a t'ertuin ii-oiiiimji y
mile llu irin inrntioiii-,1, imirlpii-'e (o the nii'k r
siK'iiml the lollowiiiit iWerilHil pieinire', to
I he uinlivided om-liall of lot numbered
two (J), in bluk iiuiiilMied lluee ('Km the
( Ity o I'.uro, Illinois ; nnd heivas tlrlatilt lum
lu made in the uiymi'nl of nid note ; no,
therefore, in puiMiuin e ' of Ihe antliorily eu
lrrrl by auid tale niorluKe, I will nil I lie
ubove iluaeillieil plrluine, nl publio vendue, to
the hti.'het biddi i'. I' l in-li lu liainl. ill Hie door
of tln court jmii-e. in iuid, Illinois, ou Satur
day, October in. A. I . nl tin-tour ol V
o'tloi k, i.iii ,'ol taid day, unl nale o lie with
AI.HtUi It AKKiltl, M'U-tit.ipee.
l.l;KI V ,V lill.lik.UI, Atpiineyv. il-i
ie llriilgv lluililers.
l'ioioal"MiII be reccireil until Monday, -nd
Oelolier, at In o'clock, a in , lor the UiildiuK ol
one bridge across 1 awreuce cntk. two lulu s
north of 1 Iii'Im's, one humlinl aud eiht le
lonif ; one bridge serosa Sandy i iet k. ou lt
Cairo and loiiexlKH'O road, ninety-l wo feet Ions I
aad one bridge acrMial oier 'a creek.. un the Cairo
aud .loiiesUiro load, sitty net lout;, Ihe county
rcM'i vuiK ihe right to n-in l -ny or nil bid..
Kids will lie cons .dreed, for any or all bride,
seiwralely or together ,
I or plans aud smi-illcatioti 'Jy lu
XllU. Vllo, t ouuiy Com'r.,
a llalliduy Uroe.' oilice.
Cairo, fccpl. II, UTi'. ; ...
j.ii.oasatv. a. w. rvu
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
.A.. TV. PYATT eft) CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
8lletln Bulldlnir. Cor. TwelfUi Stree
nd WsshissTtoo Avesiue,
-f('ouuty am! lUilnudWori a fi'i--i,iM
WILL OF ft: It
In a'l Th ,r li ivrui.tnl.
Commencing May 1st. 1676.
Rich Black Silks
The Mn't ( 'elehnttei! I.Ton- T.ooni',
At a.T Keilureil from SI
At N K,iitl jr,,,,, S v-,,
At l 7.1 t,iu,-,.,i from a J
At III! l:.,ii,(-. Mi,, hi Ai.,
PI:!: U ::;
At Wtc Hedured from M 12,
At ttl t Ib-dmad lio n HI at.
At l aft U.hIium.1 hum fil 5(.
At rl M It.-.i ,,u, HI Ml
mm mum fts co:r.
In ain.-l lUir. Cheviob, and Uau,aKci, Ke-
mhi in . , . ' , -i" reins yi, troiu SI J.
1 'ti, l T ami J.' on.
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Faliinmih)e Kaiirlon nnd Color, ot
12c ltlurv frni IHc;
l: Kediieed from a.le;
'iif Kliuuil tn, m :lOc;
a.le Kcdilced Irom 7f :
.lc, Former price AO.' I.i r,c.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At f;1, tlm snd tU.i, Kormailv kold r.t
.'-'' an.l J o.
Black ::i Ssirlet Stsik .hls
At !'. C. nml fci
Kcduccd from JV, s and $S-'.
At 2". toS- l:i-duce.l lcmHi ,,
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latent Paris les from $!( Ijiwanls. em
bracing: the rholcet novelties t
EXOKMul'S niDt CHON.
Ladies' and Children! Umlenrear
. An lii.n.tu.o "t ii.k of M..I llcuuxiful sad
KL1.1 ABl.t Ooul.S i i
Allut Very t.rwit Ksducliou.
I.uilies', t liililreii's aiul (ieiitleiiu n'i
TheltfetKnglit.h, Freu h and i.erman ti Mids
All .Uuiki-o al l.uHc.t Pisihie I 'roes.
Are flier tmlily stoikeU with tlie best
(.'ooiN, ..l I lie I'iwrat package iriee. lleuit
llful Amertenii pilots ut be, snd 6e. per
yuid; ktandai J 4 4 bleached u'oo.N at Mc ;
I.oiimUUi kiiirtinck ut !(. ; New York
Mil:, l'.'lc ; auil.V4 slitHii-, at l-i...
table m mn imv"
lu all Hie at iou. tirti.lea, atlUrttalp.
(Wliielt Mo keep at the (iraiul Street atxar .
iiulj), we si tillriin Knyliia end Mmrri
cau Upetii' at 1, loiiiter tuutt ft l.i;
bodv Hriltael'. at t ", loitner inee si);
alkwool Inxiaiu at Tdo , tonner pry . Me.;
Itiree ply ioirruii at ft ?ft,'foiiner ptlce,
$1 50; 'oii-clolli at o.v. to ;uc ; lomicr
priees, Ooo. to Te.'
.esiiiples of goods, ami ealalojtica of fa
illes' acl utiSM's' suits and auiiaiin under
wear, and iufaola'outU's, aeut free u charge
to all tedious of ths t ulled HaUs. -
llules lor Mt(-lueaniiriueiit aeait ua pdl.
cat'on to all Mirla el the eeun'ry.
Onti s for kooU of all kiuds will ! r art
fully attended lo, aad the youde futcked
Crcidwav and Twentt!i Ctret.