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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alensiider contHy laml, Cairo lot,
awliRnjre for Nt. I.oul pronrty.
A fine leiiuVnta ou corner LUIbmok
eb- md Twenty tlilt.l itrt, at a
TiiH out lull ol the "Pilot'' l.uuac at
Vrnl tiiic room In Winter l.lixL.
Uool two itory brick stiitathle tor
.or anil ottk on Commercial vutie.
ttwtfu LWvfiilh audTwcliili.
-Brick, dwelling comer Sitit-tnnMi
iuit I'otibtr streets.
Saloon mill tiiturr. fontltweit corn
er Klfutcerdh istrt ami I mniueii ial
tvriiiif, at a bargain.
(llill llOtMe IIU llii! IH'I, We
ot Washington avenue.
'I wo buainm liouM't on l.i-vee street.
kU kahili, $' .-ad!.
St or room on Coiuiiit'it iul avenue,
ltxt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story house on (.'nuiinercUl &v
'uu. Two tenement miul.lf lor lio"
Sstors room, -onier Twentieth ami
-Tp PtalN of Imu'eou 'ntnuieicial av
enue, near I nth atroet. Suitable; for
I walling, $5.
Tenement! niiriiberel 8, and 10
Winter'. How, S rooioi cacti for $10
l-sr month. In Orst-clus order.
Orphan Afyluni buil'llntf an.l timni
ei. Kent low, to a jrooil tenant.
Store rooDi, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Uooith In vartoiia parti ot the t My.
Iiidn, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Tfetc lra Trmll.
A ipky sketch uVriptive of a trip
over the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery nnd
pleasure resorts of the Kooky Mountain,
by "Xym Crinkle," the musical and
tramstio critic of the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
the San Juan fiide, maps and time
fables ol this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchinson to
Pueblo, Denver and all points In CoU
orado, New Mexico, Arizona and the Salt
f uan Mines. The finwat line of Pullman
Sleepers on the continent between the
.Missouri river and the Kocky Mountains
without change. iil round trip
tourists' tickets lrom the Missouri river
to Denver at 30, jrood to stop oft at all
T. J. Ani:h.v..
lienors I I'asenj(er Agent.
aiyiM iu xtw attar
Mrs. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
Las removed from her old stand on
lghth street, to Winter's Block, corner
ot Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and increased
facilities. .She Is now receiving new
goods from the different trade centers,
keeping a much larirer and more varied
lock on hand than formerly. Buying
goods in larger quantities, the can sell
at much lower pri-e, guarantying satis
faction In every intanre, both as to her
work and the quality of goods.
For a smooth shave, u neat and f;ish
iunable hair cut. or refreshing rhamon,
go to L I. Hratton.at the planters' barber
parlor. The lHt of perfuiueru and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this cstablish
meiit the only one in the city, and Is
always kept In the neatest order, ready
tor the convenience ol" customer. tl
hinglecord f.'l J
five cord low 3 2"
COAL I' -Hi HI UK 1NU Blti MbIIY :
Mngle tou. IS M
Three 3 25
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
liUed. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Win H kK A Co.
District ftt-iiewl Klectlou Motive.
Xotice Is hercoy given, that on Satur
day the Seventh of October, i ex', at t ho
school house, on Eleventh slnt t, distru t
No. 1, in township No. 17, range 1 wot,
Alexander county, llliiiois, uu election
will he held for one member of board of
education to till vacancy for said district.
Which election will bo opened at ten
o'clock, a. m., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. ru., of the same day
By order of County Superintendent o
I'ublic .School. riiokUB A. Tailor.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, 170.
l'.NreB Hotel sad Realauraul -.il
ljr MoarUers Wasted.
The Kuropean hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ol Sixth street anl (Com
mercial avenue, will open October 1st,
1S7C. Terms, $1 60 per week. ThU Is
au excellent place for families to get oys
ter, which will 'xi served In any stylo
dottlrcd, together with all other choice
edibles the market aflords. Boarding on
the Kuropean plan. Three ticket for $1.
(ilve me a call. For board and lodging
inquire on the premises.
U-J8-2 w M 118. II. W a I k t: it, I'ro p'r.
We will deliver our beat lump coal on
( '. and V. II. K. track la Cairo at $30 icr
ear load of
This eoal lias no ari-ERioH for grains
and household uses generally".
Address all orders tor eoal to - '.
Javes A. Viall & Co.,
Hknry Slack, Agent at Cairo.
A. O. II.
Iteuiember the Auclent Order of Hi
bernians' ball to take place at Scheel'a
hall oa the evening of October 23d.
Neither time nor money will be spared
to make It a success, and a pleasaut occa
sion tor all who wUh to participate In the
H i arc sutlioritot to snnuutie .InllS II.
KMhlN)ON s etiiliit' rur Mirnffor Alex.
nJr coiiutr. M l)i coining count jr lrctlm.
W ar iitlioriffl to announce PETKH S KVV,
f.ir u liHltDiiit'iHlldate rnr Sheriff nr Al
aiaihlot rouLty, at lb euaninf tuunl j rln Uuu.
l A'IKS AllOhNLY.
ti.ii.iR Ki I Ltiif-ri-i atmoiimr I bat 1
ui a i abiliiUU l.u tba oltiu l "iHli-a Altnrwy
lut Alaiaii'lrr uiitr at thr Novrllibr lfc
lu.u h i Mil kiT.
W ar killli'ir1 t aniionhrr .K'. W.
HtNLl:li h-i, JK , a a cau tidal at thf Vu-
llilr Irin.iB, I..I Ailuri.- lor Al.i-
I lll I II I l.t.Kh.
n air authorized t aiinoiiiu-c WII.I.IVM
y . il'PIII Kit KS a raiKlntaW rr ( In uit
I 11 k.l AlrtaiiJr count at th roliiil.i coiiuly
VV t aia autlioiit'il to auiKMinrc .lulls' if,
II A KM AN a a miHli'late liir tl.r ulti of (n
i'UII ('In li ol A lrmi'lrt i oiii ty at lli t-nmiuf
i;oumy tlr lion.
W arr a ittiurie I to annoiitn-p .PUIS A.
hr.h K aa a cnl iiiute fur tin o flirt- ol I il' nil
I irk at lti Nufiiilier eli' tlon.
Wt areamlioried toaoiiotini W. t . I'l l'! HI I!
a careiMjlr tor Hit nlW' r of I ircuil t 'lt-ik ol
lrtainlrr eotiutr at tt NoM-inl-r rln-tloii.
KB Kil Ml MM. Ml IN r.K.
t ai aullioriti lo aiinoiiiu a lai1in lirowu,
ol I hebeit, m a ojiu.liitttle lor I on my (.'oiuin.-
loiirr o" Alrtaiett-r roiitil) at UifHniUins eouuty
AS AI.ON I.OIX.K, NO. f.l.
lvtii)flit of I'yMiiai, niwlo every Kri-
rnjiu at naii-jwi wtrn, in 'w
i luoii llor (.oTiiinaii.lt r.
- AI.KXANDKH UtlitiK, NO 'tH.
Jf. Iii.lei-n.lriil Jrlir of O.l.l-Ktl-
JJ St Iowa, iiiwu errry JliurmUy hikIiI
v "wm at liulf t arvtn, in I heir nail on
oiiiimTiiiil H-fitif, between !MXth anJ Sevcntb
.rU N. A. linvoHt, N
'Ulltn KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. F., Ineets
. iii u.l J-K. ll.iwn' Hull ou the Ural and Hurl
' uik'h) in rteiy luoutti, at lialf-paat aeve.n
A . Cmmm, i' I
CAIKOl.Ol(jK. 0.237,A.F. A A. M.
tfm- llubl rirular coiumunnitiona in Ma
f aonir Mull, corner toluiitert'ial avenue
' 'au l Kiirhtb street, on Uie auximl anl
'turth alonOav of rarb UionlJi.
RATES or ADVI-.BriHI xu.
fYA)l Mils for a'tvertuml, are 1ue and pay
able ! AATAKCB
Transient a4vertiaing wilt be inertel at tbt
rale of II "0 per square fur the first Insertion
an4 3o eenta for each tubitequent on A lilwral
dlanount will be niaIe on standing ami displ
forlnaerUng Funeral notirt SI (0 Notice ol
meetlnK of aocletiea or sTet urlert ' oenu for
Cbarch, Society, Keatiral and Supper notices
will only be inserted aa advertisements
No advertisement will be received at lets than
80 rents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for lens than three dollars per month
a -i a Local Boaineas Noticta, of
J Cz . " ten llnea or more, Inserted
tn th Bulletin aa follows :
Commenca Counting at ten Lints,
On lnaartion jr line....
Two Insertion pr lln. ...
Tbre inaertlons per lln.
Biz lnaertlon par lin....
Two wka pr lin
On month per lln
No Reduction will b
mad in abor
SATURDAY. OCTOBEi: 7. 176.
Iral Wasttber .Kepvrt.
Caiko. 111., 0-t 4, lCt.
TIME I Haa. ! Th. I Wixo. I
7 a m.
w 'J?o I i J
i.S I 7"
I W II
Strseutit, Siicrwl bervio. U. S. A,
lwtlnge for Strut,
Situated on Tenth street, between Wal
nut and Washington, Xo. 30. Possession
given first of October.
E. A. Hi rxktt.
M. I.aU rnir 1
The St. Louis Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway will m-11 excursion
lirkets from Cairo to ,t. l.ouiaand re
turn at $7.20; good until (V-toher !Uli.
)i.:H0t .I.CZlMMKH. Acent.
The Ix-st violin, guitar and buss t-trins
in the city and musical instruments of uit
kinds can l obtained of E. & W. lluder,
corner ol Kighth street and Wanliinton
avenue, liey make pianos and orjjniw
a sH'e!ality. ti-10-tf
J. fwrge Mlelubouse.
on Eighth strei-t, two doors troin Alex
ander t'otinty Bunk, Is the place to yet a
tathlonable hair rut or a smooth shave
or anything eUe In the barber Hue. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or' dressed,
either at the shop or their home.
The ft. LotiU, Iron Mountain
and Southern Hallway are now run
ning a train leaving Colum
bus at 7:10 a.m., arriving at Cairo at 0:50
a. m. lteturning, leaves Cairo at 2:50 p.m.
arriving at olnuibiis at 5:10 p.m. Fare,
$1.5. Sept. 2!i Br.
I, llulbi'on ha just arrived from St.
Louis with a fluo stork ot Iry (ioods
ami 'lothing, boots and shoes, haU
eapi, etc., which he will sell at astonish
ingly low prices. fJive him a eail, and
eonvlnee yourself ot tho truth of this
statement. His goods aro all fresh.
For sale, a now top buggy nnd a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Ihvix.
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit farm near
Villa Uidge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to I. Artkh,
0-1.1-tf Cairo, ill.
A IllaU Kudoraeiueiil.
Elaine, the family suleguurd oil, man
ufuctttred by Warden & Oxnard, Pitts
burg, Tenn., was awarded first premium
at the Centennial exhibition as the be t
and satcet Illuminating oil. For sale by
A good store room In John lleese'a
brkk building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington ave.iue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
same lulldiui;. Reut reasonable; apply
ou the premUes. 101-lni
The PrenbyteriMii Hysiosl flMMlliern
Illinois tw Meet In CaIns on Thnr
lay, Oelober Iff, 178.
Tho Presbyterian Synod of Southern
Illinois will meet in this city on the even
ing of Thursday, the 10th Inst. On
Wednesday evening preceding a Mission
ary convention will be held lu the Pres
byterian Church which will In exceed
Ingly Interesting, ns some ot the most
able men in the church In this state ar
expected to lc present nnd take part in
the proceedings ot the convention.
The Synod, In tin; Presbyterian
church, I u hotly intermediate between
the Presbytery and the (icncrnl Assem
bly; and like the Presbytery it coniit
of all the ministers within u certain dis
trict, together with one elder from each
church. There arc three Synods in this
state, viz : the Synods of Northern, "en
tral and Southern Illinois. The latter
comprises the three Presbyteries o
C.tiro, Alton and Mattoon. The South
ern Illinois Svuod lompri-es about one
hitmlrcd ministers ami n hundred and
lifty elder. It is believt d the attendance
In Cairo will be between seventy-tivc
nnd one hundred person".
The jicople of Cairo on nil such oecn
fions, Ime been noted for their hospital
ity, nod we are sure they will entertain
the Synod in such a way as to lo-p noth
ing ol their reputation in that respect.
I tenia In Urlef.
Pence and quiet reigns throughout the
city, and the police court are conse
quently very dull.
Sheriff Irvin informs us tli.it he has
come into pone'sion of three new um
brellas, which can be had by the own
ers applying to him.
The latest heard from Bill Scott an
nounced him as making Radical speeches
in Ohio. It would be bad on Bill if the
Indiana doctors would get hold ol him.
liohert Gray, the wealthy Philadelphia
brewer, who died last June had an in
surance on hid life iu the Equitable of
New York for lifty thousand dollars.
The claim was paid in full last month.
Ir. Bull's Cough Syrup should be kept
in every family. A slight cough, if un
checked, is often the forerunner of con
sumption, and a timely dose of this woir
derful medicine has rescued many from
an early grave.
The enthusiasm of the Radicals of this
section is on the wane. The news from
Colorado lias chilled the blood of even
the mot staunch of the flock, who re
gard it as a forerunner of what may be
expected iu November.
Jlr. Harry Itainforth and the entire
Selden Irwin combination appear in the
magnificent play of Lord Dundreary at
the Athcneum on Monday night. We
predict for this combination a very suc
cessful season in our city.
Have you beard the latest from Col
orado? She has gone Democratic, much
to the digu;t aud displeasure ot the Re
publican party, and there is much rejoic
ing among the Democrats of the city
Next, Indiana and Ohio. Look out tor
That was a rousing lueetiug held at
Phillis' held on Wednesday night. There
was at hast four Republicans present,
but the Republicans of this city are like
hogs. They never know when they
have enough, and adjourned to meet
when a bigger crowd could be raised.
The managers of the Great European
circus aud menagerie baring come to the
conclusion that this is at present is a bad
country for shows, yesterday shipped
nearly all of the show to Philadelphia,
when they w ill exhibit about two weeks.
atttr which the entire organization will
go to Brazil. .
"Man never is. but ulwajs to 1k
blessed," says the poet. This is not the
case with those who use B. T. Babbitt's
best soup, for a great blessing is then al
ways iu the present tense and at easy
command. The discontented and un
happy ehould bear this fact in .jnlnd in
o in in s;.
On next Monday night the Seldeu
Irwin combination will appear at the
Atheneum for the first time in many
months. Ou that occasion the well-
known ami popular society play of "Lord
Dundreary" will be presented. In this
play Mr. Harry Itainforth, who has justly
won a most creditable reputation as an
actor, will assume Sothern's great role.
We have before lis a number ot the load,
lug journals of the west, all of which
pronounce the combination a very strong
one, and our amusement loving people
should not fail to embrace this opportu
nity to witness a line disply ot talent.
The following complimentary notice of
the company, taken from the Cedar
Rapids (Mich.,) J!?juhlici .-
"The last entertainment of the popular
Selden Irwin Combination was given at
the Opera House on Saturday evening,
on which occasion the great drama ot the
"Octoroon ' wa9 produced, and to say all
were pleased is but a taint idea of the
approbation expressed. Mr. liarry i;atn
forth as Old IVtc, fully sustained his
former reputation and gave further proof
of his versatility. Mr. Seldeu Irwin as
Salem Scuddcr, gave a realistic pro'raturo
ot the good-hearted xankee. and Mrs
Irwin as Zoe, the Octoroon, was by far
the best we ever saw. We wish more of
such companies would vibit our city, tor
a finer set of ladies and gentleman never
appeared upon toe stage ot cedar itapids
or in fact any other city, than the Selden
Irwin Combination, and by their be.
havlor they have done much to change
tho feeling existing agaiuht traveling the
atrical companies. They go from hero to
West Liberty, and we commend them to
the citizens of that or any other town
tliev may visit as worthy ol patronage.
and we hope that we may be honored by
another visit of this talented company at
some time in tne near future. '
A fiendish attempt to outrage a young
lady, living iu tho north part of town
was made by a negro on Eighteenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, about 9 o'clock Thursday
uight. The cries of the girl at truck
several gentlcmeu to the scene, which
had the effect to lrlghtcu the darkey away
Xo clue to him has bceu found.
Met linn To
Aii election for the purpose of electing
a member of the board of education, to
fill th taenncy made by the removal of
Mr. E. C. Pace from the city, will be
held to-day. Mr. N. B. Thistlewood, as
will be seen by referring to another place
in this issue of the Bn.i.Klix, haslieen
announced as a candidate to till the va
cancy. Mr, Thitlewood is one ot our
most esteemed nnd honored citizen', lie
Is a gentleman who feel much interest
In the welfare of nil onr public institu
tions, hating all his Interests centered in
uiro, mid should h be -hoen by the
people, ami there Is but little doubt that
he will be, he will make nn efficient of
,f the lat session of tin' Alexander
oiiiity commissioners bid were re-
elvcd for huildinif three new bridges in
tliis county ; one across Sandv creek, one
acro.s Lawrence creek, aud one over
Cooper's creek. Mr. M. T. llollmnn of
fered to build the Sandy' creek bridge
for $2s;i 77, and the contract was award
ed to him. George W. Hendricks ot
this city, was awarded the contract for
building the one across Lawrence creek,
which he promises to dn fr the turn ol
Silo. The bride ocros I'noper's creek
was awarded to Samuel Harjjrave at
The work on the bridge will begin im
Ilelit Iw Hall.
Caleb .Sherman, the negro arretted by
Officers O'Malcyand Sargent on Wednes
day night on suspicion that he was the
party w ho cut Max Hy man. who tried
to prevent his escape from Burger's
store with a pair of shoes, was up lieforc
Judge Bross for a hearing yesterday
morning. The case against Sher
man was a very strong one, no one doubt
ing from the evidence that he is the guil
ty party, and he was held to bail iu the
sum of $1,000 to answer the charge at the
next term of th circuit court. Being
unable to procure bail," the prisoner was
locked up in the county jail.
The Episcopal Chnreh.
The sociable at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. William Gilbert, given by
the ladies of the 'Episcopal church on
Thursday evening, was an exceedingly
pleasant affair. The attendance was
large. The mimical port of the evening's
intertainnient was txcellant, and con
futed ot an instrumental duet by Misses
da Halllday and Ella Robbins, and sev
eral vocal selections by Miss Annie
Pitcher, which were finely executed and
highly appreciated by the listeners.
t 11 o'clock the guest portook of a
most excellent oyster supper, after which
all offered their congratulations to the
host and hostess, and retired to their
Dr. R. S. Brigham is expected home
from the centennial to-day. .
W. M, Murphy, of the internal reve
nue department, has come to stay with
us, and will make his home at the St.
(.'. M. Espy, of St. Louis, connected
with the Mississippi Valley Transporta
tion Co., will take Col. Reardan's place
during his absence.
Judge Treat and the other officials of
the United States court, who have been
guests at the St. Charles the past few
days, returned home yesterday.
Geo. lugcrsoll, ol Peoria ; James
Byrnes, ot New Orleans ; P. R. Maher,
of Montreal ; Geo. II. Hull, of Chicago,
and Geo. B. Anderson, of New York,
were among the many prominent arri
vals at the St. Chatles yesterday.
We arc sure it pays to do your "level
best" at all times, as whatever is worth
doing at all Is worth doing well ; as an
illustration, the manufacturers of the fa
mous Charter Oak Stoves have always
aimed to buy the best material, employ
the bebt workmen, and make the best
Cooking Stove that could be produced,
and the result is, the Charter Oak has at
tained a popularity unprecedented in the
hltorv of stoves.
M. J. McGauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood s Pills, celebrated
tor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed in all cases. He employs no
agent, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at Ids drug store, No. 'Ms
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
CO cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. 8-10-dilm
The following is a list of letters remain
lng in the post-office, uncalled for, at
Cairo, Alexander county, State of Illi
nois, Saturday, October 7, IS'ti.
Bayne, M. ; Clay, Henry ; Curtis, Duti
ieljCulley, Cory K.; Clayton, Altred;
Clark. John W.; Dewey, Fletcher S. ;
Dcn.liigcr, John ; Eldred, Samuel ; Elli
ott, S. D. ; Fain. Wni. ; Gibson, K. T.
Gach, J. B. ; Herbert, Sebastiou;
Hart, Wm.; Hester Bona; Jackson,
Howell; Joues, Saml. J.; Jackson, L. A.;
Jor.es, John; Kilmartin, Patrick; King,
X. Ledbetter, J. U ; Llyod, Horatio;
McKcus, John; Hurderson, Mc D.;
Mages, Augustus; Miller, Frank B.;
Parker, Edward E.; Pm tee, Jordan;
Price, Thos., Robiuson, Thos.; Syron,
John; Taylor, Alex.; Thompson, C. II.;
Thomas, Scott; Wellon, Horatio, X.;
Ladies List. Barber, Parole; Boanca,
Cary; Bibb, J. B.; Rice, Ellen;
Carer, Llze; Cameron, Estelle, Cowley,
Cauuiblay; Ford. Emily; Galvcn, Mary
A.; Green, Nellie; Gray, Eliza; Glbsou,
Lou; Hollmans, Alice; Ivy tl.; Joues, A;
Jones, Katy; Jones, Abby; Kelly, Ella;
McBride.M. E.; Miller, Fannie ; Merretl,
Yudee; Moyer, Anuie; Netherman,
Frances ; Roberts, Emma ; RDjier, Jane;
Sharp, Ellen; Tate, Ellen ; Wilson, Mrs.
Albert J White, A. M ; Wade, Roend ;
Person calling for any if tho above
letters will please say "advertised let
ters." G. W. McKtAlO, r, M.
Cimdiff's notice ot cabbage nnd onions
' Cabbage and onion.
It. J. Cundifl has just received one enr
load of northern cnbbago and one car
load northern onions. For sale cheap at
No. 1? Eighth street. 7-Ut.
Three new cottages of four rooms
each, comer Twenty-ninth street nnd
Commercial avenue. Rent, '. Good
cisterns on premises.
10 7-ff M. .1. Howi. i v.
Alemander 4 ounty Hauk.
Statement ol the condition of the Alex
atnler county bank of Cnlro, III., nt the
close fit business, October 2d, 17J,
Loans and discounts -f r'.),. ." m
Due from other banks M.mmsi r(i
Outfit ami furniture
Cash ou hand
I I A Kil l 1 1 Ks.
itpital stock paid in
... :i, 18.1 -i
.S wi.'.ci or.
...$:!..,(. i (hi
... .V,f!70 'Z."
... o,:wh mi
The nltove statement is correct.
F. Bi!is, President.
li. Wi i.i.s, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to lc
skai fore mo thi 1th day of October.
1s7rt. Witness my hand ami of-
A t.nii.o I omim;s. Notary Pub.
A mi: UK an Hot se. Bos i o.v. This hotel
has bceu so long nnd so well kept, that
like good wine it "needs no bu-h," and
yet we can't help shaking in its favor.
It has been established over a quarter of
a century, and has become renowned all
over Europe and America, for its unex
ceptionable qualities as n first class hotel,
where both comfort and economy arc
combined. These are tacts worth know
ing to those who expect to visit Boston
this season. Prices have recently been
reduced to $3 00, $3 50 and $100 per
Read the notice of Elaine oil this morn
ing. It will be seen that it was awarded
the first premium at the centennial exhi
bition. For sale by Barclay Brothers.
Ftlty ceuU, at Winter's Gallcrv.
WXB PlPASTHXST. IttVtH RtPGT,
Oct. 0. ltfiti.
ATATIOIT. 'LOW WATER. CHANGE.
FT, IH. TT. IS.
Cairo......... ... . 1 10 I 2
Fittaburr - 4 7 X
Cincinnati II I
LouisTille... . li 1' 1
Kuhvillr 18- i
St. Louis ri n i
KvanaTillc 9 r u
Meiuphia ... G u 7
Vtck.bur .. V. II X 1
New Orleaoi lo 4 X 1
Below ntgb water of 1T4 .
Serffeant. SUrnal Service, 1'. .s. A .
Steamer, Eddyville, Paducali.
" James D. Parker, Memphis.
Joseph II. Bij?ly tow, .St. L,
" Grand Tower, St. f.nnl-s.
Steamer, EiUyyille, Paducali.
James I). Parker, Cincinnati.
Joseph II. Bigly tow . P.
" Grand Tower, Jicksburr.
'J'he Jumes V. Patkcr passed up. illinv
about 50 tons of Miip stull's.
The Grand Tower came down lrom St.
Louis witli a light trip. She added about
50 tons for Vieksburg at this port.
The liigly came from St. Louis and
goes up the Ohio with a tow of ore and a
number of empty flats.
The Eddyville goes to Paducali this
evening at 5 o'clock, in place ot the disa
bled James Fiok.
ONE WEEK ONLY.
Monclny, Oct. O. 1U7U
THE SELDEN IRWIN
Alio Hi p.iiiiilar unit tttlriiti'l yiiulir ( "iu-irtil
aii'l CliaracUT Artnr
MR. HARRY BAINFORT1T,
Wliu will l'ar each cvvuiuK in one nl' his In
vorlte I'haracten, Biipporle'l by
Uiat-cli4.su iiinipaiiy ol'
20 Artistes aud a Fine Orchestra.
Mou.luy eveuln.Oit. 'JlU will be jireaeuunl thi'
worl.l-ri'uowneJ coiueily eulillcd
l-Mivrvetl tt... J
II...... in mt T n'rliirk. liilllUKJIUC at S
o'clock. JteaeiTed ia-U lor aale at lluiimuu'a
$i,200 moriT si 1100
Had any day ia Putt mi Cailt. inreit arcnraia.
to yourineana. $10, M or Sloll, loslOC K FKIV -I
LEGES, h brought a amall fortuaa u the careful
iavestor. Wc advia when and how ts OfLK A 1 E
tiAr'EI.Y. Book with full iatinnatias v-l "
Addict ordVra .oi.il-i1 l'T:r-ui
Bankers d -roksrs, W Wall 6t VV
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOB TONO WOMBK.
Ilfuiiu IU 3itb year Bspt, vnn. t ai-uiiy
Buui&cn 21, MavnlHosnt buiUltngf, gner
out table. TUoroueh cjur.s iu LdkIUb,
heienoe, Clauiot, ana uoasra MB.umi
t'BturpsMed alTnUgei (or niui and art
ddresa tht Prtildsnt, Kev, PavW H
Moore, D.D., C'lnclanatt, O. 7 -dw,t
foul V laAk IU.K(ti;t 1HK I'l III IC.
, DR. C. M?LANE'S .
I , f .1. -a ' v
JIMIR countenance ii jUo ami .
.L leaden-colored, with t . ion.d
flns!ic4, or rt circumscribed rn
one or both chocks ; the eves b-.i om..'
dull ; the jnijiils dilute; an anre semi
circle runs along the I )wer eje-lij ;
the nose is irrit.it ed, wells, am 1 some
times bleeds ; a swelling ol" the upper
lip; occasional headache, w itii hum
ming or throbbing of the cars; r.n
unusual secretion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly, in the morning; nppaito
variable, sometimes vor.n imi-i, wit ha.
gnawing sensation of the s!iiu h, at
others, entirely 'join; ; fleeting pains
in the stomai li ; occasional nausea
a id vomiting ; ioleut pains thiuiieji
o it the abdomen ; brawls irregular,
at times costive ; stools sliur, ; nut
tt:if,e.'tcntly ting,-d with blood;
b l'y swollen and haul ; urine tur
b'.d ; respiration oi asinuaily ditYi-
lit, and aeconipanidl liy hiccough ;
. rij'i vi. net hues dry and convulsive; '
ii . . y and di.tuild .sleep, witli
grinding of the teeth ; tcmpvr vari.i
I'le. b,t generally irritable, iVc.
Whenever the above svmplonv;
are found to cm-t,
1 R. C. MVhANK'S Vl.RMII UC.n
Will certainly effect a cure,
ir oor.s Nor contain- mi 1:1.1 rv
in any form ; it is an ininx etU pa-para
t i m , net o?jtf of (foinihf .'-
injury (j ,'te iiwst teitJcr info;.!.
The genuine Dr. MVIani.'s Vi r.
MttfoE bears the signatures of C.
M'. Lane and I'leminc; Ihta;. on tho
: o :
DR. C. IY.CLANE'3
These Pills nre not rcr;oiutncu Jed
as a remedy lor "nil tho ills that
ilo'ii is heir to," hut iu i.fi'rlions of
the Liver, and in all Uiliotis Com
plaints, ly.'i'0psia and Sick Hcad-a'-hc,
or di.- a.-; s of that chaiaeter,
tbey stat'd wiilmnt a rival.
a; in: a.vd fuvku.
Xo b '.i.r cathartic can bo u?cd
p-.'i'p:i:M'...-y t , or after taking tui-
o purgative tncy are
iinw.vric op i:iitatvi:ss.
Tii3 g.iaiinc nro never Miar
lK ii lxix litis a U',1 wax k al mi
tin lil, v. ir li the imjiroMuu Hi:.
ML.vxk's Liviiu rii.i..
Eai-h wrariiM-rhearn the ficiiat it r;'!i
of C. MVLaxk and I'i.kminc; I? i;rt.
Suhl hy all niw'taMe ilrr.irtrf
and count ry ttrek(!ppcrs :;'ii: rally.
K. F. li linker Hitler Wiue or Iron
tiai inner been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with nyniptoius : indi
position to exertion, loss ul' meiuory, dilli-
cuuy oi Dreaming, enerui wcBKnesn, uot ror
ot disease, venk, nervous trciauimn, di ead
ful liorrorof leutti, niglit swenH, cold loct,
weaknc". dimneH of vision, languor, uni
versal lasditude ot tho inu.ictilHi' hHi ii),
rnorinotis apiH tito with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot liaiidc. ilshinL' of the ho ly, dry-
ness ol l lie ckiii, t :i 1 1 i t cotiiitcnari e iin.l
rniptiom on the lace, purifying the hlood,
puiu in tho tutek, heaviness ol tlio rjcluls,
triiiuenl hl.u K spots nyiuif iieiorc llio ta
with trmparary Hiillisioii and Iosm of iht.
want ot uttenlioti. etc. I heso HViiiptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use V.. V. kiiuki'l'N Hitter XVine of
Iron. It never liulx. i lioitsiuuls are now
eniomjr liealtli who liuve used it. Tuke
only K. V. Kinikel's.
beware ot eounterieiii ami imse uniia-
tions. As Kuiikel'a ititter Winu of iron it,
n well khonn all over tliti eouuti y. drui;
tints themselves make an imitation and try
to tell it off to ttielr customers, when they
call (or Kunkel Hitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel a Hitter Vt me of iron is put tip
only in tl Imttles, and has a yellow w nipper
nicely put on the outside witli the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper ui
each bottle. Alwuvi look lor the photo
irrnpb on the outside, and you will always
be aure to ;et tho genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or alx for 5. ."sold by tlrtigiHts and
ilealera everv wliern
ALL WORMS KKMOVKD ALIVE.
E. l' Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fail
to destroy l'in Seat and bUnnaeli Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tbn only surcessiul physician
who removca Tape Worm io two hours
alive, with head, and no fee tititll removed.
Common sense teache thut il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to lr. Kun
kel, No. :i Morth Ninth street, l'hiladel-
phin, l'a., or call on your druggist an t hk
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Sviup.
1'riee. I.0I). It never (nil.
Wili, of course, wish to see all the sllitsi
comfortably and cheaply. To thin end the
CANADA SOl'THEKN K'V CdMI'ANY
has, through its connection! in the We
and Northwest, piaceii on sale a i.-iriro
uumlierof TiU'KlsiV K.t I Kslox Tic kis
at jrreatly rodiued rates, by which passen
ger can not only visit the Centeiinial Kx
lilbition at rhiladelpliia, but can, in addit
ion, v isit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping ut any ot the. great
uu Oilier of lamoui reiortu iu New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA 8 U I'll
VMS is the only line (rom the west ruiiuiii,'
directly to Madura l'alle, giviuir pasen
ireri, lrom the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ot tho MllillTY t'ATAIt ACT,
HOHSK-sjlloK FALL, the liliKAT
HAl'IDS, and landiui them directly ot the
Falls. The track ol the CANADA so III 11
i:itN is au air line, laid with Heel rails ot
the heaviest pattern : thvre are no cmves
or grades; wood Is used lor fuel; Coaches
are luruUhcd with tho Winchell I'aten
Vculilator, ensurip picleet frsedoni lrom
dust. With its complete svstein of iiianif
eentl'ABLOU SLKKl'lNW AND DUaW
INtl Uuil CAltS from CHICAGO
DETUOlT AND T LKDO. and its admir
able connection! at NIAUAItA FALLS
AND IU FFAI.O with tlw KW i UKK
I KNTHAL ANDKK1L' UAILWAYS, tho
Canada Southern in fast bceomim; the
FAN OHITK LINK To THE K AST. Ticket
via tbi! jiopular lino can bo procured at al
otticea of uonnectlu Hues, or at tho com
Any information cau be obtaiued hy ad
dnssini; Fit AN K K.. SNOW, -
(len'l l'a. and Ticket Aj't. JiriByrr,
A GSKTS WAITED to "e-ihu
fist! Event" at th Wstional Cnuitnl
AUD THB OAKPAIUN OF l7flV
J list Ilia hoak for lira limes. Clvea a hilHilslury
orui Kalional capital and oovaroiuenl. &huws
how tit govvriunenl liaa bwn au-srd aiaoe iu
orifanitalioa. t.jilaiua bow ba ai put
tlirouuh eongreaa. Lairesa lull liUioi y of lk
Whiaky fraud and Belknap araintal. It kivcs
rk llva ot Hayaa, Whwk, Tildas and lla
drlek. Oraad ekaraa for Atsta. Aulr-a,
-1J-WHW J. Ui CaXU.BE.Ui, su UuU,Mi.
MrrMAT. STATIC Kfti-
Mothers ran uriiire lirallh for thlr rjiil
il'Tn ami ri-t Tor lliemela liy tlia nfC'aa
l'ra. a milMtitut for Caktor Oil. It I
a'..tnl.ty liKriiilf, ami Uai plaBnf tu tad
a- li.miy. fur Wlnd-CollIc onT tomaoh,
wiirin wr fontiilioni lor jroimg or old, thtra
in butliing inxistni' lit it. It lietnaln.it
it - i-J, it la cheap.
Caked Breasts, p.ininaii--m. rj.
'i-i, wUirif-, srali)i, atifl" joint, liumi
alii', iuttiiuiiliiU4. and all BmIi, lione aut
iuium'Iv ailiiiruN, i an ! aliaulutv! j email Ljr Ui
CViitniir liiiinieut. WUat ttie White I.lniriKBt
Is Tir the luiiiiikii fmuiljr. lie Yellow Lininieiit
in fur snvinil. vaa-4 anM lauHhnrs4 ami aul
tinil. , , Jtw
Morlimifee's il" .
'mi:iA.. .Inlin H. I'hilllK, ami Harhel .1.
I'lullia hi. wife, hy their C'ltuiti .Hie niinl
H.ui', i ri'i titii I unit ililieivl tn the mnii n-invnl
mi th iZ-'.l itay id April, A. t.. I-T", 1M. n.r
the piipni.t' if nei ni-iir a eertain ' rniMMir'
nute Ihereiii inciitiniliil, hiovtiruve I" theuuvler
aiifiicl the 1'ilhiwinif ileciilitf pirint'ti. lo
wlt : 1 liennilivl'lwl une-holl of l.U imitilieieil
tw (.'), iu hl ick nninlifif I three (').in the
i.ity ot Cuirs IlliiiDia atnl tTht rcm iltiitiilt 1m
Iktu lnft.le iu the iiuyineut of Hiiiil inte ,
tlierel'ore, In lMirnimnefr "f the aulhurilv en-leri-i
il hy aaiil -ale mnrlKKKe, 1 will sm:11 tl,
iihiive ih'rrilH-. pi-emtsea, ul jmhlic vemliie, in
llio hi'ht it hi.Mai , Pr utrh ia hand, at the ihxir
"f the eourt Ihiiiio, in airo, Illinois, on Satnr
ilny, Mct(il,ei th. A. !., l;ii. at the hour of .
n'elm-lt, p. in ,oi aiil ly, ail mil loin- irlili-
A I.KItK I II s A Fro IIP, Mnrtgtgfe.
i.I.KI;N ,t Olf.UEUI', Attorney. A-.W
IIA.VB YOtT TRIED
For use in Summer and Winter.
Make: clothes clean, sweet an.l very while
WITHOIT ItiilLINti or C r.lW.Mi.
No RouRb Hands! " '
No Yellow Clothes !
No Wash Boiler!
No Steam in tho House !
,iiurantecl nnder ') penalty not to in
jure clothes, ami aiipvrior for Toilet and Shar
ing. tiiM nt Storea, or a family viickatre " Itl lie
Bent, e.vpren rharfrca prepai'I, in recipt of one
OolUr ami fifty cents. One retinti'e rteuler
wanted at everv prominent point m ajtent, with
whom a liiieral nrrniiKement will lie iii.le.
F. H. 8IDDA1I!
ulU'-iUt.!i l'"9laiket fU.Phil.i
ILLS. NORMAL UK1VERSITY
Manual, McLean, to., Ills.,
For the preparation of teacher.
rrofeHioiiul Instruction forlboiie '
who aro lire-
pared lor it. iiiition free. Next term begins
eiiteinliur 4th. l.iiK. aunertor arudrnHU lmtrnc-
tion at low rules, in the Model Ucpartinent.
Aiiapteu to uny icrtuie, nuni tne yotingeni puptm
to thn.e llttinR tov th tit oolleicee. hend for
ciilaU'K'ie, or adilres.
innix ULnLii, rrea't.
A lie- -dwhil Normal, lit.
IIiih To MHke JUnry,
Wewillbtate that tho suiesti best aud
speediest w ay to "multiply and Iticrense"'
ia to cull at No. 12 Wall Street, New York,
and consult with Alex Frothlngham t Co.
Those gentlemen, who have lonsr been
ideiititied with tho history and alt'aira of
Wall street, are unmuaUy tktlled in mone
tary utViirs, and tn everything appertaining
to i-peeiilalion, are unexcelled for ability
and proiieicucy. It may also be said that
o( tho many liiokersin that city they are
not only the most popular, but also the
most eucccwfuJ, best patronized, and moat
widely known in or near the viriuity of
Wall Street. .
Anion,; tho customer! ot ifie.houtfe of
Alex Frothinham A. Co , are mn of our
leading and representative eitizeuss who
are mainly ludelited to tho labors of this
linn lor mti. li of the wealth they no enjoy.
Dtii'intf the low; and successful exper
ience ot 'Messrs;. Alex. Krothlnuharn A; t.o.,
in this city they have earned for thcrWlven
an enviattle reputation for lioneMy, i mc jr
rity and faith, und enjoy abiisine-s Almost
colossal io its pi'oportinus. In fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year in Komethirif wonder
ful, and often lorms tho imnject tif com
no Ul. It need!i but a v isit to their spacious
cilices in Wall fared to prove tho truth of
tun auoc tUlcnieul.
Uowthoy muiiaru t convert fli) to rid
f-M to (10, $10 Into i, aud so fin, is a
net ret which tlier alone can explain r but.
that they succeed in doinir so is a lact too
well known to admit of doubt. II you
wtiu.'d safely su.l profitably invert your
money, do not LositrtUi to lavor this linn
with your eah and enntidencrv That by ao
dnin you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience of thousands ot our he a?
e.ilicii- attest. The necessity of taking
such a ceur.se iu those times of Utterini
banks und timiucfal atn'nirency imi-t be hi
1 are nt to the most indifferent und careless
Messrs- Alex. Frotbint;hain & Co., are
prepared to inve.t money to any amount in
the best sesuritics, aud' in every transac
tion in which they may be enfajted Kuar
antee entire sntfslaetion to thoe who honor
thrin with their patronage. - . -
UrSend for their Explanatory -Circular
aud Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who desire them. Front X. J". -1A--rvpulit,
A vi il lo lsTO. 7-lS-eod tm'
To Bridge BnlMets.
l'rOioals will tieneceiveil uutil Monday , 'lel
DctoU r.ut 10 o'clock, a in., lor the liiiililiiiif ol'
one l.ii.lgi- acroaa Iiwreuc cretrk, two inlit
north ut IIiuIk-s, iiiiu huudreil and nrlit leet
lona; j one hiidw across .aud creek, on the
Cairo and lonesboro road, ninely-ln o feet loua ;
uudoiie In iil).'eacriis 1 oojier'sciwk.on the Cairo
unit Jiiiieslioio road, sixty fret lonx, tliecouuty
rvaprrinr the riirhl to re.ieel any we all but.
Itn I, will he coiiaolereil for any or all brnlea.
nciiaralcly or together
or plans and ats-ehlcations apply l
i ino. h ils., ouiity l um r.,
at llaliiday liivs.' oili. .
Cairo, 'ei!. II, !s7ii.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
In IIm Gruua Olil
Which has stood tho teat of 40
lawreis ao tore it-will" not Heal,
no Imenoai it will not Cure, no
eho, no Vin, that aYfflicts the Hu
man body .or the body of a Horse
orotbe Someatia animal, that
does not yield to its magio iouoh.
A, bottle coetinp; 88c, 60c. or 91
has often saved the Life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable