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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
AltXKinItr county lamls, Cairo lots,
xtdinnjv for St. Louis projurty.
A fine roidonc on cornrr llalbrook
vinuc und Twenty-third street, at it
I he soiiUi hall of tin "I'ilot" Iiohw at
t ;ir if ilri.
Several line room In Wiutcr's block.
Oooil two story brick suitable for
.ori s ami oDlcvs on Commercial n venue,
X'twwn Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Sluettt nth
mil Polar streets.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
rr Eighteenth street and Commerciul
tvenue, at a bargain.
Dwelling home on Cross twt, wes
of Washington avenue.
Two business hite. on Ix'Vee street,
above Eighth, $20 each.
Store room on Cotniuerelnl avenue,
vxt to Wwverly hotel, $10.
Two story home on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements uit.ible for shops
Storo room, ronier Twentieth and
t'p stairs of boueon Commercial av
enue, near 1 9th street. Suitable for
J welling, $3. .
Tenements numbered 8, 0 and 10
Winter! Row S rooms c-ech for $10
ler month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building an1 premi
ses. Kent low, to a good tenmt.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington arenue, $12 a month.
liooms In various parts ot the tlty.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Tli s'Imh Trail.
A aploy sketch descriptive of a trip
over the Atchlnson, Tope k a and Santa
J-'e railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Nytn Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
the San Juan (Julde, maps and time
tables ol this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atthinson to
Pueblo, Ienver and all points In Col
orado, New Mexico. Arizona and the San
.Ftun Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Meepers on the contineut between the
Missouri river and the Ilotky Mountain
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets Iroin the Missouri river
t Denver at $30, good to Hop oil at all
T. J. AXDJK"OX,
General Passenger Agent,
Tort a. Ka.v.
Itemotrtf la .w avior
Mrs. C McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed from her old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's lilock, comer
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
uue. With large store and increased
facilities. She is now receiving new
goods from tito difftreut tiado centers,
keeping a much larcer and more varied
stock on hand than formerly. Uuj ing
good in larger quantities, the can sell
at much lower prke, guaranteeing ati&
tactloii in every Instance, both a to her
work and the quality of good'.
Kor a smooth shave, u neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, al the planter' barber
parlor. The lst of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one In the city, and Is
always kept In tbe neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tl
Single cord 3 50
Five )rd lot - 3 23
COAL PARADISB AND BIG MCDDY !
Single ton $3 50
Thre 3 25
Five 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. WllEKLER & Co.
Dtetrlrl SfbMl Eleellati Xotlea.
Notice is hereOy given, tliat on Satur
day, the Seventh of October, Lex:, at the
school house, on Eleveutb Btreet, district
No. 1, in township No. 17, range 1 west,
Alexander county, Illlubls, an election
w ill be held for one member of board of
education to All vacancy for said district.
Which election will be" opened at ten
o'clock, a. m., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. m., of tbo same day
By order of County Superintendent o
Public School. Phoebe A. Taylor.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, 1870.
EHropeM 11 o 11 avssc IUstaMal-at
Davy Batrtltra Waatatl.
The European hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ot Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue, will open October 1st,
1876. Terms, $4 SO per week. This is
an excellent place for families to get oys
ter, which will bo served in any style
desired, together with all other choice
edibles the market affords. Boarding on
the European plan. Three tickets for $1.
Give mo a call. For board and lodging
inquire on tho premises.
P-2S-2w Mhs. II. W'ALKta, Prop'r.
We will deliver our best lump coal ou
C. and V. It. R. track la Cairo at $30 per
oar load of
This coal bus no su-ciuon for grates
und household uses generally.
Address nil order tor coat to
James A. YiaLL A Co.,
Hkxky Slack, Agent at Cairo.
A, O. H.
Remember tho Aucleut Order of III
twrilluiift' K'lll tn tfllA nl.Aa " . Clt..l'ii
hall ou the evening of October 23d. !
Vltlm Hmn ..nw ...111 t.A 1 ,
to make it a success, and a pleasant occa- j
iuii ior an wbo wisu to psrucipato in tho
W are authorised to announce JolIS If.
mlrrouuotT. at lira coming county election.
V are authorised toannounea PETKR SSAUP,
uiii'lrr count) , at th enming county election.
Kvitom tli LLSrin: t'lase announca thnt I
hiii a innlllnt for the oflicc of Staiwt Attorr.fT
tvr Altxan'ior eountr at tlm Nirmlr rlo-
tiou. M C. MtLStr.
Wk r authoticl to ann""P Cif.t). W,
1I1:M)KI KH JH . aa a raiUldMe at the No
vciulirr rliN-tion, for Mstrm Atlorn' for Alx
We !i-e autliori.H to ann'unc VV I M.I AM
IV U'llllLtlLliy u. - ...I :.t.l. . r. 1 1 1 1
I lerk of Alexanlrr count j at the coming county
We are anlhori.el to announca JOHN' W,
lie i. mrt Binu'iiu.ir im uir viut vi v 1 1
e uit rlerk of Aleaander u.iialv at tha enauina
We re aithonel to announce JOHS A.
lfF:V:jl rMmlltlftt fi.r Ihm ..HLri lit I 'irt'tllt
Clerk at Uie .Voiiitr tlectlou.
W are aiiihorir.eil to announce W. F. riTt.'HI. It
as a raniil'UU! for Ihe office of Cirmit Clerk of
Mxaniter county at th NoTeinlr election.
'UB COUNTY COMMIMIOSfcK.
We are anthorlted to announce Martin lirown.
of 1 kele, a a candidal for t nnnly Cninnna
aloner of A If lander countr at tlieenitulng cuuuty
ASCALOM LODUK, NO. M.
Knisrhb of Ifthias, merti aTery Fri
(lay niKht t linll-iiaM svyen, in ld-
rlluwa' lUil. llowg.
i - - i AUCXANDKR LODGE, NO. 7M.
JTJ. y Imlnieudrnt Orrier of Odd-FeU
iJjtx.J' lown, ii i eviry lliurKlay Dittnl
at half-jt aeveu, in tneir hall on
!iiimeri:ial avenue, betwem Blth anJ pyenth
fn .. A. Ijivohk. N i
AlltO KNCAMFMKNT, I. O. O. F.. Dieet
Vm UiM-Fi liowa' Hall on the firat an'l Uiurd
' in la iu rrry iitoulo, at lialf-paat aevaa
A. Comio, C I
A t AII'.O LODUK. NO. 237, A. F. A A. M.
mMK-f Hold tranilar commuaicationa in Ma
sTfinic Hail, corner Commercial aeoue
' xtud KijfliUi atrect, on tha second and
i ith Monday of naeh monlh.
B4TF.N OF AUVERriSI KM.
t J"A11 bills for adrertliihaT, are due and pay-
Transient adrertiiins will be incertid at tha
rate of 1 0 per i'uare for the Ural insertion
and S" wnu for each uleqnent one A liberal
duvRotist will be maJo on Handing and di.jd
For inaerting Fuiicrkl notice tl r Notice of
mctinK of aocletic or aecret orders So "cents fur
Chfcrch, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted a advertuseiLenU
No advertisement will be received at lea than
W eenta, and no ailTertiacoieiit will lie inserted
for leMtliitn tliree dollars I er month
Local Bualneas Noticaa, of
tan Unaa or more, Inaertad
in tha Bulletin aa follows :
Commenca Counting at ten Linaa.
Ona lnaortion per Una 9 Cent
Twa lnaorUona per line - 7 Cent
Three lnaertlona por Una 10 Cent
Six inaertiona per line 15 Oenta
Two waeka per Una 25 Cents)
Ona month per line 35 Oenta
No Reduction will ta miee In abOT
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEK 11. 17C.
lAral Weather Hapors.
CtAo. lit., Oct. 10 IT.
.TAMKS WA l SfN,
eir-i5int, iivnMl .Service. I'. S. A.
CabkNifp and oulona.
II. J. Cundifl lias just received one car
load of northern Citbbnjre und one ear
load northern onions. For sale cheap at
Xo. 17 Eighth street. 7-3t.
Three new cottages ol four rooms
each, corner Twenty-ninth street and
Commercial avenue. Kent, $9. Good
cisterns on premises.
10-7-tf M. J. Howlkv.
Tbe best violin, jruilar and bass strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of E. A W. Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
a speciality. &-l(Mf
J. beurte hlalnbouae,
on Eighth street, two doors lroru Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in tiie barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Alexander t aunty Bank.
Statement of the condition of the Alex
ander county bank of Cairo, 111 , at tbe
close ol business, October 2d, 1S76.
Loans and discounts $39,703 08
Due from other banks 9,589 06
Outfit and furniture 5,000 00
Cash on hand 12,790 93
Expenses 3,485 48
Total $ 89,971 05
Capital stock paid in. $23,000 00
Deposits 59,670 25
Earnings..... 5,300 80
Total $S9,971 05
Tho above statement is correct.
F. Duos, President.
II. Wills, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to be
seal fore me this 4th day of October,
1876. Witness my hand and of-
Ai t bed Comings, Notary 1'ifb.
M. J. McGaulcy is proprietor und sole
manufacturer of Wood 's Tills, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, aud all
kinds of malarial fevers. A euro guar
anteed in all cases. Ho employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, III. Price,
50 cents per dozen. Bent by mail pos
tage paid. 8-10-d'lot
Stuart A Gholson are offering great
bargains la bleached and brown cottons.
rixa Uah. J
p.m ci. '."J I
TO Iba I.MIsa.
Do not fall to see what we are shorn ing
In tics, collars, ribbons, laces, handker
chiefs, etc. Stewart A Gholsox. (it
Come and Haiialr Yonraeltea
That we mean uft whit we say when
we tell you that we can make it decidedly
to your advantage to buy your fall aud
winter dry goods from Stewart !t
Charter Oak Stoves are simple iu con
construction; compact in sbspe; made of
best material; easily operated, economics!
In fuel, and lowjpriced, and tho very perfec
tion of cooking machine.
A good store room in John lleeso's
brick building, ou Twentieth street, near
Washington avenue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
same building. Kent reasonable; apply
on the premises. 10-4-lra'
Uloba stntnal Lira lnatirnr.ee nm.
linnr or Arm Vurk-Aaaela. te.elS.-
The reputation of this iirst-das coin
pony has long since Uen established
An excellent feature Is the tontine' or
'reserved dividend" plan.
M. J. Dowlky. Agent,
Auction I !
Thursday afternoon, 4 o'clock, October
12, 1870, lots 1, 2, 3, 4 , 35. 30, 37, 3. 39,
and 40, in block 80 iirst addition. Title
clvar and guaranteed. Sale positive, and
terms cash. Wistf.r & Stewart,
. 10-8-it Auctioneers.
1. O. O. r. .totlee.
There will be a special meeting of
Alexander Lodge. .No. 224, 1.O.O.F., held
at their hall, this Wednesday evening,
at 7:30 o'clock, tor the purpose of arrang
ing for the funeral ol our deceased brother
Clayton Hutchinson. A full attendance
is requested. By order of the N. G.
K. S. Yqcvm, Sec'y.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ot tho Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this oftke. We begpeak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment of
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarantees satisfac
tion ill a'l CH'M.
Caiuo Bvli.etix Co.
We do not helelvo ttiatltalitoo, tbe pres
Meet of Hie imolvcnt Bunk of C alifornia,
committed tu'.cide. He was enc of that
thin-skinned ilk who leek tbe oblivion of
death tJ end their woe. Had he exercised
pru J uce in taking til bath, be would been
alive to-day. There are thousands wuo
mii'Ut profit by the letsou. Don't neglect a
cold till It throws jou Into consumption.
Use Hall's Balsam, tbe bet of all remedies
for euugbs aud colds and cure yourself in
seaun. e know of no better medicine to
keep in the bouse. Price, fl.OO ber bottle.
Tli Tllden and neudrletaa Reformera
The meeting held by the "Tllden and
Hendricks Reform Club," on Monday
night was attended by a large crowd.
After the regular routine of business, tbe
Hon. John II. Mtilkey, that tried and
truo old Democrat and advocate of re
form, delivered a lengthy and excellent
speech, thanking the club lor tho great
honor bestowed on him by making him
its president, and discussing in the most
able manner the political issues of tbe
day. hpeeches were also made by Mr.
James Ilayde, president of the "Bouton1'
club, Alderman Thomas Halliday and
others. The meeting was a great suc
cess, and gave evidence of the Interest
felt by our people in the great struggle
now before us.
Held ta Bail.
On last Friday Constable John Hogan
made the arrest of a negro called "Snow
ball," but whose right name is Samuel
Stovall. He is suspected of being the
party who, it is claimed by the girl Marv
Murphy, attempted to commit an out
rage ou her on Eighteenth street near
the Christain church, on Thursday night.
The evidence against Stovall was suffi
cient to impress Judge Bird with the be
lief that he should hold him to bail, and
he did so in the sum of three hundred
dollars, to auswer the charge at the next
term of tbe circuit court. Mr. John
Smith, In whose employ Stovall has been
for some time, went on his bond, and he
was released. The negro swore that he
never spoke to the plaintiff, but has seen
ber frequently while he was at work for
The Haas' Club Meetlna;.
, There was a meeting of tho new Hayes
aud Wheeler club at FhUlis' hall last Mon
day night. It was quite an Improvement
on the last effort ot the RadieaMeaders to
rally the boys, on which occasion there
were just rive of the noble patriots pres
ent. There was quite a crowd present
the reward of the indefatigable colonel
though the enthusiasm on the part ot the
attendent was very languid. The offl
cers elected wero John Wood, president ;
W. P. Wright, vice president; Dan Mc
Carthy, who, for gome unaccountable rea
son has strayed from the told of the Dem
ocratic flock, was elected captain of the
company, which action ou the part of the
Had will fill far short of lu purpose,
for Daniel, wo aro told is not altogether
confident that he has yet made up his
mind to rote for Hayes, and If he is ad
vised correctly, he may yet return to his
first love the Democracy. The coura
geous and aoldlcrly Alex. Hoyse was
elected lieutenant, while that bright star
In tho board of alderman, Charley Patier,
was asked to be content with the hon
orable pottilon of second lieutenant. .
Mothers, do not let your darlings suf
fer with the whooping cough, and
a remedy so near at hand. Ue Dr. Bull's
cough syrup, and the little sutlers will
soon rind relief. Price, 25 cent.
IS la ract.
That Stuart A Gbolson always have the
best variety and lowest prices iu fancy
goods, ootloLi, be alary, plover, trim
mlngi, ete, Ot
lleaaa la Brief.
Stuart A Gholson keep only the new-
ct aud choicest styles ol prints. f.Jt
Tho Radicals are making an tflort (o
bring Blaino aud Bob Ingersoll to rro
They need them, sure.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set oj
new harness. Apply to A. II. Ir ix.
The Pulaski county circuit court Is lu
session, und Judge Baker and many of
our prominent lawyers are In attendance.
Jewctt Wilcox Is having a new side
walk laid ou Secoud street, adjoining the
St. Charles, between Commercial avenue
and Ohio levec.
Cairo's big barbecue will be the next
great feature ol the campaign. Putliter,
the grent German orator ot St. fxuis,
will be Invited to address tha people.
Our lailles underwear, pattern cor
set, glove ami hosiery department will
herenftor Ik under charge of an able lady
assistant. hS-Stl S rt: art A Gholsox.
The Taylor Literary Socbty is again In
full blast. They propose making their
club room the attraction very sosn by a
Joint-political discussion, between promt
bent politicians of this city.
And Logan, too. Is coming to Cairo.
We fear John's palmy days are about at
an end, but then there's nothing like
keeping a stiff upper lip, you know.
Judge Bross' court Is :losed, his
honor being in attendance at the meeting
ot the Grand Lodge of Odd-Fellows of
this state, now being held at Jackson
ville. "The rank U hut the guinea's stamp
the man's the gowd for a' that," aald
Burns, and he spoketruly. But the Soap
that is the best Is stamped on every bar.
'B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap."
We understand that there is to be an
other Republican candidate enter the
field, for circuit clerk. If this Is true, we
fear the chances for tho auccr. of Mr.
Reeve arc not bo bright.
Stuart A Gnolson have been fortunate
In securing somo extraordinary bargans
In black cashmeres, black alpacas and
brililantes, to which they call special at.
The new brick building uow being
erected for Mcssri. Thistlewood and
Hinkle, by Peter Nefl, to be tued as a to
bacco warehouse, j approaching com
pletion. The "Boutou' Tllden and Hendricks
club held its regular weekly meeting on
Monday night, there was a good attend
ance of members, and a number of new
recruits were eurollcd.
It is not generally known that grave
doubts exist as to the admissibility of sev
eral of tno most admired passage of Shakes
pbere, but as to the supremacy of B. T. Bab"
bill's Best'Soap, there never hss been rait
ed a queetlou.
The seamlesa slipper is a new Inven
tion. It is tbe most popular bouse shoe
In America wherever It has been Intro
duced. Ladies can call and see them.
They are for sale by the progressive bouse
of O. Hay thorn & Co. 10-8-it
The narrow gauge railroad company Is
being turned inside out. We are told
that nearly halt of the old employes of
the road have bad their heads chucked
into the official chip basket, owing to a
rumpus among the managers.
'flic trcstnt Is made ot Wamsutta mus
lin, and has a genuine Richardson, No.
2,100 knen bosom and cuff, and three
ply collar band. It is guaranteed to be
a perfect fitt ng shirt, and is sold for
$1 25 by the progressive house of O.
Haythorn A Co. IO-S-oX
The Hon. William Hartzell, the Demo
cratic candidate for congress in this dis
trict, parsed through Cairo on Monday.
He remained in our city but a few hours,
and departed for Pope county, where ho
will make a number of speeches.
The excitement caused by tbe elections
in Ohio and Indiana yesterday, has not
driven the notion ot a party out of the
heads of the young men of this city. We
are told a meeting will be held very soon
to discuas the subject, a hen we will be
able to give all desired Information to
The Sclden-Irwin combination, now
playing at tbe Alheneum, is composed
of excellent talent, and is deserving ol
the patronage of e very play-goer. There
is not a member of the troupe who Is not
au artiste in the full sense ot the word,
and wbo for gentlemanly and ladylike
conduct, is worthy the respect and es
teem of the entire community.
Mr. Foggott, the clever and genial gen
tleman who tor the past two years has
filled the position ol general freight and
ticket agent for the narrow gauge rail
road company at this point, la among
those who bars been asked to step down
and out of the employ ot that corpora
tion. Mr. Foggott took hit departure
for St. Louis yesterday morning, and will
remove his lamily front our city very
Captain Bill Hamilton of the Mound
City ways, and Captain Wherry, of the
U. S. snag boat McComb, came down to
Cairo yesterday to console Sam Foster,
who goes about town In the absence ot
Captain Jim Morris, lonely and forlorn.
Reese Dugati don't care a continental
whether he ever sees the lace of any ol
his old friends again. He is perfectly
happy, for which fact his said old friends
may be unable to account, but if they
don't believe, let them come and tee for
themselves. Sceiu' is bellevio.
Tho Equltablo Lite Insurance com
pany was tbe first to introduce the popu
lar Tontine savings fund policy. It has
proven by actual results so far In policy
No. ft6,548, twenty-year Toutlne term,
amount of policy $10,000, taken at age of
thlrty-slx years, at the end of the Tou
tlne term, the holder may take either In
cash $7,473 and coutluuo his policy, or
surrender his policy aud take paid up in
surance amounting to $20,900 ; or he may
surrender his policy uud receive Its value
lu cash, which would amount to $10,53.,
alter having had his life Insured for
$10,000 for 20 years. Not ft bad Invest
ment tl well at life Imurnnoe.
Be fa re Bird.
Harry Bray, alias Harry Skimmer,
was up before Judge Bird yesterday.
One of the night policemen threw his
lovlug arms around the frail form of Har
ry and saved hlui from tho clutches of
one ot the down town girls, with whom
ho got Into difficulty, just la tlrno to
save him from being chewed up. Tho
city guardian conducted him to the
calaboose, where he tenderly pla;ed him
In his little bunk to rest his weary
limbs. Harry ts the sell-same young
man who has presented himself to our
pcoplo on several occasions, In company
with tho great Indian oil uian. He
sung songs while the doctor sold oil.
After listening to tho list of sins of
which Harry was guilty, according to
the policeman. Judge Bird made Harry
sing to the tune of live dollars and costs,
and sent him to the lock tin because ho
couldn't pay, where he will remain lor
five days to reflect over his wicked
deeds of the past, and make good reso
lutions lor the future.
rbeftelrtein Irwin arnbluatlon.
The attendance at the Atheneum on
Monday and Tuesday nlhts were verv
fair, though not what the excellence ol
tne company now performing their
merits. The Selden Irwin troute is cer-
talnly a first-class one In every respect.
ur Dettcr tlian the average ol traveling
troupes, and while In our cltv. it should
receive tha hearty support ot all
lovers ot amusemeut. Mr. Harry
Kalnlortb. the leading man of the com
bination, is . certainly a fine artist.
He I supported by Mr. and Mrs. Irwin.
and the balance of the comoanv in a man-
ner that entitles them to tiie highest
praise. "Lord Dundreary," on Monday
night, and the "Big Bonanza" last niirht.
as presented by the troupe was certainly
all that could be expected, and all that
Was expected, aud took the audiences on
both occasions by storm. Both plays
were excellently rendered irom end to
end. We shall not attempt to
speak particularly of any of the
ladles and gentlemen. We are no
theatrical critic, and wore wo to endeavor
to give a true description of their efforts,
we snouici lineu ourself wanting in abil
ity aud thereby do Injustice. All wo can
do is to commend tho Iroupe to our
tieonle as one worthv of their
good will and support, which we heartilv
do, and hope by our feeble efforts to do
our portion toward making their stay lu
Cairo both pleasant and profitable.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallon-.
War Divartmixt. Tlittu IUnr)
Oct. t. i;o. (
rr. iv. rt. is.
Cairo H It 11
PilUburir - ... 4 7 4
Cincinnati...... 11 o o
LiuoiaTlUe i t 9
NaahTlile In.. t
6l. Iuia Vi t ' 3
Evansvllla I -0
Memphis -. .... IS H 10
Vickabnnr 9 S
Nw Ork-aoa w 3 X 0
Below blf h water of HT4 .
Serceant, Signal frrlce, t". 5. A .
Steamer James Fisk, Padueah.
' City of Vicksburg, Vickshurg.
" Bismarck, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Padueah.
City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
Alberta, White river.
" Bismarck, New Orleans.
The Blsraark had a fair trip, she made
some additions here, and departed tor
New Orleans lost night.
The Ariadne, while towing a bargo In
the Mississippi yesterday afternoon, ran
npon a reef about one mile above this
city, and sunk. The Kckert with
the wrecking boat Charley Hill was sent
to her about 4 o'clock, and Immediately
set to work to raise her. Beyond a
soaking inside, we are In tor rued no othr
damage was done.
Tho Alberta, from Cincinnati for
White river, passed dowu yesterday
'The fine passenger steamer James
Fisk is the packet lor Padueah this even
ing, leaving at 3 o'clork, prompt.
The Thomas Sherlock, from New Or
leans for Cincinnati, was due last night
Business about the wharf is very quiet
ONE WEEK ONLY.
ZkdCoxxclaaV Oot. O. 1B70
THE SELDEN IRWIN
Also the poiu: aud talented jouvg Conivliau
and Character Actor
ME. HARRY RAINFORT1I,
Wbo will appear tacti evening la one of his la.
vurite characters, supported ny a
fli'si-cina company of
SO Artistes and a Fine Orohostra
WEDNESDAY, EVF., OCT. 11,
TICKET OF LEAVE MAN.
TBZATXI PIRrUMID XACfl SVZHIXO.
Ueeerred Sosts M :sc
Doore, ope at T o'clock, commence at
o'e oc. Raaarvad saits tor sal at Hartman's
wltBvtti extra charge. I'M
pl i.ti. sorit E.
Mothers ran secure bralth far their chil- j
rlren and rest for tliemsalTes by the ue. of Can- 1
tora. a perfeet subitltute for Castor Oil. It it
abtelatelyhirmleas. and U as pleanant to take
as honey, for Wlnd-Colllo Sour stomach,
worms or constipation, lor young or old, there
1 nothing In exlutenre like it. It lnrrtnin.it
ll jwlj-, it in f lnnp
Caked Breasts, riliumatiani, soia-
cia, tweUiiiti, sprain, allff Joints, burn
acaMa, llsotiou biles, and all fl-sn, bono ami
muscle ailment, can l abJolutel j cured by the
Centnur lluiruaot. W bat the White Mnimant
Is for the human tkiuily, the Yellow Llulmauf
la for pariiitit, Knlle and lame horses and ani
Ilnw To Make Nnney.
We n 111 fctato t Is fat the surest, bet mid
speetllet way to multiply and inreae"
Is to call at No. 12 Wall Mreel, Mew York,
aud coniult with Alc.v FrotbiiiKbain Jt Co.
Tbee gentlemen, wbo have long been
IdePtitled with tbe hiMory and allaiis ol
Wall street, are unusually billed in mone
tary atrir, and in everything appertaining
to speculation, are unt-xceliud for ability
and prollciencr. It may alo be said that
of tbe many Broker iu tbut etty they ave
not only tbe most vopu'ar, but also tbe
most successlu), bet patronized, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Amooif tha customers of the house of
Alex trotbtn;ham Co., are somn o" our
leading, and repreentmive citizen, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
lirm lor nun h of the wealth they nowentoy.
iHiriiif the long and sucresiful exper
ience of Jtensrs. Alex. Frotbingham A Co.,
iu this city they baveenrned for themelts
an enviable reputation for honeMy, Integ
rity and faith, and en.jor a business almost
colossal in its proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done bv thislioure in
the course of a year Is something wonder
ful, and often lorrns tbe suWett of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their pac Ions
others in Wall street to prove the truth of
ibe above statement.
How ther manage to convert ilrt to 12n
2H to 10, fl9 into o, and so cn, Is a
secret w hich tliev alone can explain ; but
that tbey succeed In doinsr so in a fact too
well known tj admit of doubt. If vou
would safely and profitably :nvet vbur
money, do not heitate to favor this 'firm
witli your cah and confidence. That b so
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience ot thousands ot our bear
citizens attest. The nccesMtr of taking
uch a course hi these litres of tottering
banks and financial stringency iuiit be ap
l arent to the uioiit indifferent ond carcleKS
Messrs- Alex. Frotfiiutrliaui .V Co., are
prepared to invest money to any amount In
the best seiurittes, and in every transac.
tion in which they may be euj,'aied guar
antee eniire satisfaction to those w ho honor
them with their patronage.
3f"Scnd for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which ther mail free
to all who desire theui. From 'X. '. Me-
rnpnUn. AnrilXn 176. T-l-eod3m
E. r. Knnksi's Hitter Wine of Iron
has never been known to fail in tbe cure of
weakness, attended wiin symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of nietnorv, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness horror
of disease, weak, uervous tremblln j. dread
ful borrorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
vernal isstdtude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing of the boly, dry
ness of tho skin, pallid rountODai ce and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness of tbe eyelids,
frequent black spots fit ins; before the eve
with temporary sulh-'loo and loa of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kuukel'a Bitter Wine of
iron. It never tails. Thousands are now
enjoyinp health who have used It. Take
ooiy t.. t . Hunter.
Beware of counterfeit and base Imita
tions As Hunkers bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell ft off to their customers,' when Jltey
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine or Iron.
Kunkei's Bitter Wine of Iron is put tip
only in $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photosraph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on the outside, and you will always
be sure to get tbe genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for .. Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS HEMOVKD ALIVE.
K. K. Kunkel's Worm Pyrup never falls
to destroy Pin Seat aud Stomach Worms.
Ur. Kunkel, tbe only succeseful physician
who removes Tape Worm io two hours
nlivo, with heid, and no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that II Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms ean be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to )r. Kun.
kel, . 'iW JNortn in tli street, I'hiladel
pbia, Pa., or call on your drujrgist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Srrup,
Price, f 1.00. It never tails.
RPWT5 WiVTfTl to eell the New
Wats' SN Haiti tataf Book
tata Evente at the National Caoital
AMD THE CAMPAIGN OV 187t)y
Just the book fur tbe lime. Olvea a lull history
of the National I apital ami tiovernuient. Sbuwa
now lilt xoverajaent lias Oreo manayea since it
organization. Lxpluin how job are put
throuirh conKrve. Oire a lull history of the
Whiaky frauds and Ilelkuap Scandal. It gives
tba Uvea of IUtim, Wheeler, TiliUn and lien
dricka. tiraud cbuncc for A items. Addrc-.a.
J. If II A M HEK. Ml. binia.Mo
t tDteunlnl Excuretouiel.
Will, of course, wish to ee all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To thU end the
CANADA 80UTUEKN Il'Y COMPANY
has, through its connections lu tbe We
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Toihists' Excursion Tickbts
at greatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centenulal Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity m stopping at any of the great
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The C ANADA SOU I U
EKN Is the only line Irom tho west running
directly to Niagaru Falls, giving patseu
ger, Irom tbe train, a wonderful panoramic
view ol the MlUllTY CATARACT,
HOHSE-SJJOK FALL, the GREAT
UAPIDS, and landing them directly ar tbe
Kails. The track ol the CANADA SOUTH
ERN 1 an air line, lnld with steel rails ot
the heaviest pattern ; there ure no curves
or grade ; wood is used lor fuel ; Coaches
are furnished with the Winchell Paten
Ventilator, ensuring turfed freedom Irom
dust. W 1th its complete s vstrm of niagnlf
cent PARLOR SLEEPING AND DRaW
ISO ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AMD TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections ut MAG A It A FALLS
AND ItCKFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern U fast becoming tbe
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at al
orflees of connecting lints, or at the ecu
Any information can be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Oen'l Pas, and Ticket A't. DaTHOir.
Whkbsa, Johu B. Phllils, and Itachtl J.
PL illi his wilts by their certain sal mort
gage, executed and delivered to the uudeisinged
ou the f-d day of April, A. I.. l7o, did, for
the purpose of securin a certain promissory
nne therein mentioned, mortgage to the. under-
luuuu in following aoacritwa inemiMrs, io
wlt : 'I LaundiTiUea one-hull of lot numbered
two (2). lu block umiibervd three (),ln the
I ity of Cairo, Illinois i and whereas default has
been mad ia the payment of said not i uow,
therefor, In pursuance of tb authority con
tvrrad by said sal mortgac. I will sell th
above desroihed premise, at public vendue, to
th bigna! biddor. for cash In hand, at th door
of the court house, ta I air". Illinoia, oa Satur
day, October SSth. A. I. , at th beur of t
o'clock, p.m of said day, said sale to b wlih-
ALFRED B SAfrORD. Mortfuea.
GREEN UILLKItT, Attorneys . X
In all Th ir lepai-imctits
Comuieuclng May let, 1676.
Rich Black Silko
Th Most Celebrated Lvona Loom.
At tl 3.1 Hednrcl from e)l ,
At at 0 Itwtucad irout l T,
At Ml IU U1ucl rrora H,
At i Keduml from f!l ,
Plain C:',:::l d 7u? Silks
At 0c Reduced from tl la.
At 91 OA Kcduerd Irom S3,
At al as Keduced from tl so,
At HI 3 Keduced Irom l aw.
In l mud's Hair. Cheviots, ami Iiamatse, K
ducvd to "". ti, i cenrs a 1, from li,
tl H SI Tl and $ oo.
Popular Dress Goods
Id New and KnshiunaMe Fabric and Colors, of
14.; Hednced from l)o;
!c Keduced from !V)
'fir. fieri ueed from Me.;
J.lc Keduced from S7c-,
30c, Formvrprlce ftOeto Me.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At SjJ, atj aad li. rornwrly Sold at tM,
2? and If A'.
Elici and Scarlet Stella Shawls
At $15 t and ?-
Reduced from $, aw and 4.
LLAMA, OTTOMAN & SHETIAKO SBAWLS
At l to 5- Hednced Irom 1 jo .
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latest Tsri Style from SIO towards, embracing-
th choiewt aore tie st
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An Immense Stuck of Most Itenutlful ami
All al Very Gnat Reduction.
Ladles', Children's ami Gentlemen's
The Best KcKlixh, French and Herman Good
A!) Markeu at Lowest fustible I'rice.
Are thoroughly stocked with the best
iroods, nt the lowest package prices. Beau
tiful American print at fx. and fie. per
yard ; standard 4 4 bleached goods at 10c ;
Lonsdale shirting at 10c; Nw York
Mills, U'Jo ; an I .Vs she etinj.- at U'jc.
tasls m oiHsxt mm
lu all the Various tirades, stBargaius.
(Which we keep at the (iruod street stor
only), we are odcring Kuylisft and Ameri
can tapestries nt f 1, former price fl It;
body iirnsscls al )l f , loi uier price f 1 so;
all-wool Iiitfiaiii ut ?ic , foruif r pile. Ot'c;
three plr iu'ruUs ut Kl -.", furmcr pile.
1 Bo ; 'oil-ciotlia at -''"c. to Tor ; former
price, Me. to 7r.
Sample of goods, an J catalogues of la
dies' and misses' suits aad muslin under
wear, and lnt'snu' outfit, sent tree of charge
to ail tedious of the 1'nited btaUt.
Kulcs tor self-raea.ureoient teat oa appli
cation to all part ot the country.
Ordtrt for good of all kinds will be eaxe
fuily attended to, and the good pack4
and forwarded without charge. Jane-win
Broadway and Twentieth Street
Grand and Christie Sti., N.Y.