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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
AlrX:unliT WiUMfjr lltllil", ( Virn nf,
Imno lor M. I.otiln iri'M rty.
h ull H.M.K.
A Hni rt'xhlriii'e nn rorm r llnlliruok
ii.h- hihI Twciily-tlilril Unit, nt a
Tin; wmiI li Imll of Hie 'Pilot" lltlllW Ht
VOl It KM'.
tevrrul Hue room In Winter' blot k.
(mmI two itory lirlrk f uitublo for
, . or and oilier on Commercial hvwimp,
x ttccii Klttt ntli mid Twelfth.
- Ilrii k dwelling rornrr .Vint Icnilli
nl I'oidur afreets.
Saloon ami fixtures, jttthwet ;orn
r KIMet-nth dtnit iiml Coniini r il
tvetiu, at a liitrjfiiii.
IiwtllinK lioute on Oom afreet, un
of WaMiiiiKton avenue.
Two Minim Iioum'K on !.eve ftrwt,
iliov feighth, $30 each.
Store room on Coiiwierelnl avenup,
text to Wrly hotel. $10.
Two nary Iioumoii Ctiininercln.1 av
i ;iii. Two teiirnif nt aiiit.ible for lio
Store room, .'oniiT Twentieth ami
I'll tulr ol houm-oii Commercial av
im, near lDUi Mreel. Suitable for
Tenement nomtiereil S, 9 ami 10
Winter's How, ft room iaeh for $10
mr month. In flrit-dM order.
Orphan Afijrium buililiiig ami jnemi
Kent low, to a (rood tenmt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Vahiiijrton avenue, $12 a month.
Hooms In various part of the eify.
FOU LKASL UK SALE.
Land, In tract to suit, neur Cairo.
1b lr Trail. "
A niy aktch uVsoriptive of a trip
ovtr the Atchinaon, Topeka and Santa
Fie railroad, the btautie, areiiery and
pleasure reftnrt of the Rorky Mountain.
by Xym Crinkle," the nitiKicnl and
dramatic critic of the New York World,
Mint fr on application, together with
the San Juan OuUU, inapt and time
table ol thin new and popular route
from Kanta City and Atchinson to
fuablo, Denver and all points In Col
orado, New Mexico. Arizona and the San
Juan Mine. The finest line of Pullman
fllvtpcM on the eontlnent between the
Missouri rirtrr and the Itocky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
touril' ticket Iroin the Mit.ouri rirer
to IenTer at $50, ool to Hop ofl at all
T. J. Akukbaon,
rienenil ratnger Afluit.
'cr a smooth nhave, a neat and fash
iouuble hair cut, or refrenhlng chaoiKM,
IC to Kd. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. Tin best of perfumeries and
lutir tonics always kept on hand. The
tmth room connected with this et:iblili
tiient is the only one In the city, and U
always kept in the neatoef order, ready
for the convenience of customer. tl
Singlecord ..$:t 60
Five jord lots 3 25
COAL AllalIIC iXU bill XIClbV :
Single ton $:i j0
Thrse 3 20
Kiye " a 00
Orders forstove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Wiipki ku & Co.
We have this day sold to Mr. K.
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
He, of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., ahould be sent to Mm or left at
this office. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality ot patronage that bus been be
stowed upon us. Ills assortment of
monldiu? 1 complete, prices beyond
eooipetition and be guarentees satisfac
tion in all vases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1870.
ti Cairo IH'i.lkti.n Co.
CeaUeamlavl Hear Hall
Fred. Hofheiuz proprietor. A No. 1
oyMcr soup lunch every night and
moriilug at half-past 0 o'clock. On
Saturday night a grand squirrel lunch
will be spread, garnished with a variety
ot other meats. Come one and all, eat of
the lunch and drink of the fine wines,
liquors and fresh Milwaukee beer.
Don't forget tho place, corner Commer
cial avenue and Eighth street. 3r
We will deliver our ocst lump coal on
C. mid V. H. R. track lu Cairo at $30 per
ear load of
This coal has no btpkhioa for grates
and household uses generally.
Address nil orders lor coal to
James A. Viall A Co.,
IIknrv Slack, Agent at Cairo.
A. O. U.
Itemeubcr tho Auclcut Order of Hi
bernians' bull to take place at Scheel'a
hall ou the evening of October 23d.
Neither time nor money will he spared
to muke it a success, and a pleasant occa
sion lor all who wish to participate in the
C'oiue mmd atlafy Turaelv
That wo mean just wlat we say when
w o tell you that we can make it decidedly
to your advantage to buy your fall and
winter dry goods from Stewart &
A good store room lu John Reese's
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington ave.iue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
same building. Rent reasonable; apply
on tho premises. 10-4-1 m
A "runner". apply at tbe Arlington
heu, Ca'ro, Illinois. St
a jr (-. fcnr.vra
ioi miVkii r.
M iir nthiiir1 In (ninntiii. .TullN II
KmHIN.-ON la a riu.li.la t for fchtnffof AI-
imIt rouiitT, al the romirf rounty clci.tliin.
W riilhiniefl toshnniinnI'KTKI HALT,
for an inurirnnrm ittininiain fur Mirlnir Al
mn'lrr r'linilT, t the riKuing county rlr ti.n.
:iiTfi Ri.'M.bti: I'ltufe annount iliat I
am rn-l.lut- tor ttn oOlra or Uts Attorn-y
lor Akinri'ltT ronntr i lh Nnvi-mlxr flitv
lion. UN. IJ.Ml l.IIIT.
W r amlioi fil lo oinuiinra .V:'I. V .
IIKMHtlf KH, JH , aa rantioate at die Xo
vvnilirr rlmiirtn, for Hlnles Ailurnr; for An
IKCI'IT LI.KKK .
We lire aiilhorircd lo announr Wlt.t.IAM
W MTIIKr.Jr.UI an a iNii'li'lale for inint
( lerk nt Alexainlrr r iiinlv al ih rumii) cmnly
V are aulliorl.e'l to annonm-a JOHV y,
II A UMAX aa a raii'ti'late for the oflire of Cii
ruit rlerk or Alexaii'ltr enintr at Ilia en-nliigr
Wr are aithoriello aniioiinre JullN A.
ItKKVK m. acnli laie for ih odlra ir .ir uit
Cktk at the NoTrnilx r eleellou.
WaaicanitinriM' li annonni-e T. I'. I'lTCCKIi
a a rawlliUla for tha illle of Jr. Hit dirk of
AlexauMar county at lh Novcmlier alwilon.
We are aiithori7.e1 to annrmnre VUt S
f 'lJSK aa an lndi nenl randnUta for the il-
flre ol ' Irruit lerk of Aleirtmler rounlr al Ih
elecle n Moveiiilti-r Tlh, li-J'.
KOH I.OI Nt V lOMMISIONIH.
We nre anlliorleil to anoouure Martin llmwn,
of I Iwlieii, a a rarwliditte for louuty Couiiuia
aiainer of Alrxutnter ronnt) at theentuiiir county
Aft)AM).N fJKOK, Ni. M.
.w. A Kiiirhtaof 1'ythiaa, niwU e ry
ilnr tnht al hall-Hwit aeten, in I
Ar V li'il' llitil. llul
liauc-Wlor ( oiriinaii'Ur.
A I.I.SANDKIi I.ODI.K, NO 4.
lntiM-tiileDt itrWr of Ihli-reU
Iwh, ii.m'U every l hurslay n itrti t
at half- lav I wven. ill their hall oa
iiiiiii r:ia) ariiue, Lavtwe'n nixth anil fv-ventb
r.vt( X. A. litV'jxa. N U
"1AIIS' KNCAMI'MEST, I. O. O. T.. meet
m lii-Ki llowa' Hall on the firat arxl third
ii.a .u) lu every luonUi, at tutlf-Ntat aeven
A 1.QHIKUH, C I'
,a cAiito 1.0D0E. no an.K.r. A A. M.
llohi rvrulhr oomnmmcationa in Ma
tLr 'on I" lif!', oirner Lolnmercial avenue
ami kiirhih strert, oa the eecowl and
" ri-lh .Monlav of eex-b month.
KATI.S or A n VI. R II MI xu.
tf All billa for a'lvertiaiux, are due and pay
able IH AbVARCB
Transient a4vertiin(t will be itiaerted at the
rale of II U per auare for the flnit lnaertion
and 50 cent for eacu aubaequent one A liberal
discount will be male on (lauding and diet.il
For inarrting Funeral notice SI Notice of
meeting of aoeietic or secret order MJ ornu for
Charch, Society, Featiral and Supper notice
will only be inserted aa advertiaemeiit
Ko dvertiaement will be received at lest than
tV cent, and no atvertiaement will t IumHinJ
for leaa than three dollara ler month
ItOoaI Buin Notices, of
In the Bulletin aa follow :
Commenc Countinar at ten Line.
One lnaertion per Una S Cent
Twt lnaertion per line 7 Cent
Three lnaertion per line 10 Cents
Biz insertion per line IS Cent
Two week per line 25 Cent
On month per line 35 Cent
No Reduction will t read in abov
SUXPAY. OCTOBER 15. WP.
l.oral Wtatbtr Steerl.
Caiao, 111., Oct. U 17 i.
lUn. j Tu. Viki.
X f. in.
!".1MMI 1 m s
:.ll v .
SLOM I 74
6ergiut. SiKiml hervtte. I'. S. A.
Three new cottages ol four rooms
each, corner Twenty-ninth street and
Commercial nveuue. Kent, (Jood
cinterns on r rcmiws.
10-7-tf M. J. llowi.tv.
The betit violin, guitar and bass ftrins
in the city and musical instruments of nil
kinds can hu ohtained of . A W. Ruder,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They muke pianos and organs
a speciality. 0-10-tf
blob nntual I.tfe. Inanrnnre Com
pany or -New 1 ark-Aaael. 9S,4IS.-
The reputatron of this tlrst-cl.i&s com
pany has long since been ffctablii-lied
An excellent feature Is the "tontine" or
"reserved dividend" plan.
M, J. IIowlky. Agent,
J. iirurg attelubone.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bunk, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and clilldrcns' hair cut or dressed,
either ut the shop or their homes.
Alexander l eunly Bank.
Statement of the condition of the Alex
ander county buuk of Cairo, 111., at the
eloso ol business, October 2d, 1S78.
Loans and discounts $511,705 08
I)ue from other banks 1,6M) CU
Outfit and furniture 5,000 00
Cash on hand 93
Expenses 3.45 48
Total $ 80,071 05
Capital stxk paid in $a:.000 00
Deports 1 5!,70 25
Earnlugs 6,300 80
Total 110,071 05
The above statement is correct.
F. Rkos, President.
11. Wells, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to be
sual fore me this 4tb day of October,
1870. Witness my hand and of-
Aliueu Comixus, Notary Pub.
M. J. McGuuley U proprietor and solo
manufacturer of Wood's Pill, celebrated
lor the i-ure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases, lie employs no
agent, and the genuine plIU can only
be procured at his drug store, No. 303
Commercial avenue, Cairo. HI. Prloa,
SO eenU per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. 810-dillU
If nut tlalat '
The fliie-.tw.lt ImfH in llioeity ut A,
II la m 1'aet.
That Niiiii t A, fihol'on always have the
bet vnrii ty and lowest pi ii ra In Uncy
good.", iintioi.f, ho'ltiy, gloves, trim
inlng. etc. fit
Mrs. Haiindurs Infortns us thnthhc I
about to commence pn tiarations for a
grand musical soiree lo lake place dur
ing the holidays. It is to bo made a fine
aRair, aa all the best inusieul trtlcnt in the
Ity i to take part In It.
nrObrrl nt Jarkiant llle.
The Hon. John H. Obirly, who went
to Jacksonville to ntti nd u meeting of
tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of tho
Slate of Illinois, delivered n I icmocratic
p(h to the people of that eitv Iat
night. He whl return toCuiro to tnur
llcute Abend grosses C'oncert luit
Tranz-Krszchen in der Turn Halle.
Kintritt SJfic for Ilerrcu.
The Cuiro and Vlncennes rai)roal com
pany will run special trains from and to
Hamburg on the lMth Inst., from all ,
polnt-i along tho road, for the accommo
dation of all who tnav wi-li to attend the
soldiers re-tiiiion, to take place there on
that day. The fare will be reduced.
Inimeiie : Stitrrlfire.
In Ladies' beaver cloaks, knit jackets
and ladies' casimerc wrappers. 'i'hee
j-oods will be sold at 20 per cent, less
than cost, on account of closing out this
l'neof goidf. Do not fail to call before
they are allgono. Solomon Pkjueku,
142 and HI Commercial avenue, (it
i lie l.nsl.
The performance given by the Seldtn
Irwin combination ut the Alhencum last
night, was their l.-t for the season. It
was in every way up to the standard of
the usual excellence of the troupe. The
party left on the steamer James Fi.k for
Pttducah immediately after the conclu
sion of the entertainment.
Mottling: lluyer. Attention !
My Hock of clothing is tins season
twice as large as any stock heretofore
kept. And comprises all the latest
styles of Siit, Coat, Vests and.OvEii
COATS, manufactured honestly and out
of the choicest French, English, German,
and American colth. and good cassimcr?.
All goods marked In plain figures.
t. A. .Maiix.
.VarroN tiring e JIoruI.
We arc told that the entire corps of
high officials of the Cairo and St. Louis
narrow gauge railroad will visit Cairo
within a few days. What their business
in Cairo l, no one can tell, but it is sup
posed that it is for the purpose of mak
ing one more grand effort to gain the
right of way over the new levee into '.he
Attention, Air Knights.
A regular conclave ol Cairo
Coinmandery, No. 13, K. T.,
will be held at the asylum
1. XcJ 1-MonUay evening, the 10th
int.. nt 7::UI n'l lnrV- Kirv
Sir Knight is expected to be on
hand, and sojourning Sir Knights courte
ously invited. F. Koksmeykr,
Died, OctoliiT 14th at 5 o"clo k p.m.,
Andrew, sou of Mark and Julia Kuln
age 2 years, 11 months and 14 day, at
their residence on Fourth street. The
funeral will leave the parents' residence
at two o'clock, p.m., to-day. A special
train will leave the foot of Eighth street
at three o'clock, p.m., to carry the re.
mains to Calviry cemetery at Villa
Kidge. Friends and acquaintances lire
invited to attend.
The meeting ol the Presbyterian
synod this week In Cairo, Is likely to be
On Wednesday evening the Hev. Dr.
Irving, of New York, will deliver an
address on the eubjeetof missions, which
from his known ability and familiarity
with his subject uiurt be very interest
ing. During Thursday the missionary con
vention will be in sessiou and all the dis
cussions w 111 bo public, and ot interest to
Death of ( ol. Ilcury I.. Webb.
The Jonesboro Uoutte publishes a
lengthy and Interesting article on the life
and career of Col. Henry L. Webb, who
died at Makui.da, on Thursday, the 0th
inst. The remains of the deceased were
buried on the Friday following his death.
Col. Webb was one of the oldest and
most prominent nu n in Southern Illinois,
and his death Is deeply regretcd by all.
The Gazette speaks as follows of the fun
"The funeral of the venerable Colonel
Henry L. Webb on Friday of la6t week,
was conducted by the Masonic lodges of
this place and Anna, Elder Ai Harmon,
of the Anna lodge, odlciating. The at
tendance was very large, tho lino ot car
nages alone being over half a mile long.
The tlags alOHg tho route of the proces
sion were lowered to half mast. We no
ticed among the sorrowing friends Cupt.
John 8. Hacker, who U nearly as old as
Col. Webb was, and who wus a member
of tho first legislature of the Stale of Illi
nois, of which Col. Webb was also a
member. There were no railroads in
those days and these two veterans have
traveled day in aud day out In each
others company ou horseback. Colonel
Webb was Known and highly respected
by almost everybody in Southern Illinois,
aud their sorrow was very great on learn
ing ol his death. The grief stricken rel
atives have the sympathy of one and all
lu their great bereavement."
The work ol christianizing and civiliz
ing tho Indian has been almost a hopeless
one. The reason is, that along with the
Wble aud the plow, the ruiiiuu-ies have
failed to give prominence io B. T. UaB
nm 'sliest Soap. This would complete
the trial ol civUUlug agencies, and savt a
good deal of the Indian surgery now be
ta? performed ou the whites.
THE GRANDEST TORCH-LIGHT PROCES
SION OF THE CAMPAIGN.
Over 500 Men in the Parade.
GREAT tPEECH BY COL. DON M0K
XIS0N. Short Addresses by Cols. Allen
The Democratic jnHiuV.it ion la-a nij;ht
was by nil odds the most succefsdil po
litical di i iiou.-t ration that has taken
place in this city in yt ars.
Notwithstanding the fact that I lie
weather during the entire day was de
cidedly tiiifavorble, and at times a cold
drizzling rain lell, mi I this condition
continued up to bet w. en six nud seven
o'clock, tho Iietnocratic Reformers
turned out in numbers greatly beyond
the expectations of tho iuot sanguine.
The Tilden and Hendricks Itcrorm
club, the .Sweepers and the llonlons,
wero in line in full force promptly at the
appointed hour, and I hat the procession
was the largest, most orderly, ami re
spcctable tiiaX hs taken place during the
campaign, our Radical friends will not
deny. Two bands of muic a martial
and a brae; band, were in tin: line, and
discoursed timely and appropri tie music.
The line of march as published In the
IH'i.i.kti.n yesterday morning was strictly
Not le.i than five hundred torch
bearers were in the procession, besides
fifty men on horseback, a number of car
riages, wagons, etc. The tranperanclps
and banners carried by tho several dribs,
and especially the Bontons. were appro
priate, and drew forth troiuctit com
ments from the bytan('crs who lined the
sidewalks. The procession was not less
than three-quarters ol a mile in length,
The IJcllrti.v oftice, which wns bril
liantly Illuminated, va3 frequently
cheered as the procession filed pat It.
Arriving at the court house, two grand
bond-fires were ablaze, which lighted up
the neighborhood lor several squares
The weather being unfavorable for
out-door speaking, the programme was
changed and the speaking held In the
court house instead of ut the "nii-town"
music stand. This was a disappointment
to many, as the building was too small
to hold the immense crowd, and not less,
than two hundred people went away be-c-iuse
they could not gain entrance to
Thos. W. Hallidny, chairman of the
county Democratic central committee,
called the meeting to order. 'and nomi
nated Judge J. II. Mulkcy for chairman.
On taking thechair the Judge returned
thanks for the urcicrcncc showu him,
but declined making a speech, and con
cluded by introducing to the audience
Col. Don Morriion.
On taking the stand Col. Morrison, af
ter a lew opening remarks, proceeded to
discuss the questions now dividing the two
great parties. To say that Col. Morrison
is au able speaker, and that he handled
every qution upon which he talked in a
masterly and convincing manner. Is to
do him but feeble justice. In the course
of his speech he paid his respects to
John A. Logan in approved style ; and
showed up that gentleman's record on the
Credit Mobilier steal, aud the question of
the payment ot rebel claims, in a manner
that leaves the Hon. John's record lu no
enviable light lu the eyet of those
who heard it. In the course of
his remarks Colonel Morrison
gave the colored men some wholesome
advice. On the whole, the colonel's
speech was the speech of the campaign
so fur in this city.
At the conclusion ot Col. Morrison's
speecii the glee club, composed of Messrs
Suup, Williams, Wheeler and Solomon,
sang a campaign song entitled "Hold the
Fort," and were loudly cheered.
Col. Morrison was followed by Bob
Townes, who went out ol his way to say
some very unbecoming things about the
nominees ol the recent Joneeboro con
vention. It was generally understood
that the meeting last night was held lor
the purpose of celebrating the Demo
cratic victories m ludiana and West
Virginia, and It was no place for
candidates to l.idu'gu iu cheap
clat.trap, or to lug in their
personal grievance, a fact which Bob
probably knew before lie got through
with his remarks, us more than half the
crowd kit tuo house betoie be concluded.
If Bob Townes desire to stigmatize the
supporters of the nominees of the Jones
bero convention ol' tho lSth of Septem
ber as bolters," then we can as
sure him that fully two-thirds of the
Democrats present at the meeting last
night aro "bolters," aud irlory in the
Col. Allen was called upon, aud made
a short speech lull ot good reasoning
and argument, after which tho meeting
adjouned with three cheers for Tilden,
Hendricks and Reform, wheu the several
elubs, preceded by the martial aud brass
brand, marched to their quarters aud dis
banded. Tho meeting was a grand sec
ces. Old aud young, rich aud poor, all uuite
iu testifying to tho true merit of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. For over a quarter
of a ternary It ilia prvi4 Itself a trii,
tried and trusted friend.
( i f ',PW M O
Go tu A. Marx, the haltcr.and get your
silk hats nmdoto order. 10 13-iit
GRAND DEKTOCftATfC fWtLY
Mrs, Saunil. rs hns returned from t.
W. W. Thornton, formerly of Cairo,
now resident of Sin lbyville. was in the
Mr. Ucorgc, wile of the Rev. II. V.
lieorge, returned to her home In this
city from Columbia, Mo., yesterday
Mrs. James Slraughn ol nianilvillc,
lifter a two weeks visit to the family t f
Mr. Jesse Hinkle, of tliisciiy, returned
to her home yesterday.
l'rof. J. W. Jerome of Caibondale,
ill be present at the Sunday school
mass meeting to be held at the Presby
terian church to-night. He will conduct
A. S. I.abold, James I'ye, Cincinnati;
C. K. Sweep. Chicago; Rev. William II.
Levering, Lafayette, Indiana; II. M.
rndcrhill, St. Louis, were at the St.
Wc announce the name of Mr. Cyrus
Close as a candidate for theofTlcc of circuit
Ork. Mr. Close is an old citizen of
Cairo, a competent business man, audit
elected w III give good satislactlon to all
The Rev. 'MrGilbert will preach n
usual, in the church of the Redeemer,
Fourteenth Street, In the morning and
evening. All are Invited to attend.
Services will be held iu the Presbyter,
ian- church this morning and evening.
The evening services will be a union
children's meeting, addressed by J'rof.
Jerome of the Southern Illinois Normal
University. The service will begin nt 7
o'clock so that the children may not be
kept up late. Let all the children in
Cairo come and bring their parents and
At the Methodist Episcopal church,
corner ol Eighth and Walnut streets, the
Rev. J. D. Gillham will conduct the
usual services.' AU are invited.
The national Cemetery at nounii II 7
The Pulaski Patriot says of the na
tional cemetery at Mound City :
"The most attractivw locality in this
vicinity is our beautiful National Ceme
tery. Our citizens as well as strangers
will find 11 geutleman in charge. Superin
tendent Fitzpatrick, who is courteous
aud obliging always. The change iu the
appearance of the grounds, the drives
and walks already wrought by the pres
ent superintendent aro really marvelous,
an 1 he is now getting these matters in
the condition contemplated by the orders
of the department. Mr. Fitzpatrick has
opened tho principal room in the lodge
as a public reception room for the accom
modation ol visitors, and will always be
happy to furnish them with all informa
tion in his keeping. He understands Ids
duties and is not attlicted with that dis
tressing disorder, the big-head.
aids if ill ho received tit the oHlec of
W. T. Bcerwart until four o'clock p.m.,
Tuesday, Oct.. I7th, for the repairing of
the Rough and Ready Engine House,
Specifications of the work may be seen
at the above named olllce.
W. T. Bkeku AIU,
It Chairman ComrnitUce.
ubbntlt Nrliool Mao Meeting-.
There will be a Union Sunday sc!iool
mass meeting at the Presbyterian church
at seven o'clock p. m. Prof. C. M. Je
rome of Carbonate will conduct the ser
vices.' Let everybody come. lt all the
Sundav schools comes.
The Madame Rent, female minstrel
trouiMj Is booked for two performances in
Cairo, to take place on the eleventh and
twelfth of next month.
The Broadway and Filth avenue ut A.
Stuart & Gholson are offering great
bargains iu bleached and brown cottons.
Gentlerneu, examine the Crescnt Yoke
shirt, the best white shirt in America,
price $1 23 at O, Haytliorn & Co.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set ot
new harness. Apply to A. II. Ikvin.
The Crescnt Yoke shirt is the best
shirt now in the market. Every lady
should sec it price 23 for sale by
O. Haytliorn & Co.
Ladles will never be vexed and troubled
making their husbands' shirts after they
see tho Crescnt. which is a genuine wam
sutta shirt, with linen bosom and cult,
for salo by O. Haylhoru & Co. at $1 i.
Tho seamless slip per is a new Inven
tion. It is the most popular house thoe
In America wherever it has been intro
duced. Ladies can call and seo them.
They are for sale by the progressive house
ot O. Haytliorn A Co. 10-6-Ct
Hons, S. L. Sutherland aud E. Hankey,
two English noblemen, who are new on
a tour ot pleasure through the United
State, were guests ut' the St.' Charles
The register of the St. Charles shows a
largely increased number of arrivals dur
ing the past few weeks. Travelers
rpeak In the highest terms of the table
and general appointments of this favorite
We hear complaints occasioaully
from holders of paid-up policies iu lilo
companies, that dividends on their policies
ceased when the term of payment of pre
miums had been completed. A promi
nent Cairo man holds a pa'd-up policy ol
$3,000 in the Equitable, aud although he
ceased paying several years ago, the
company pay him twenty-llvo to forty
dollars a year hi cosh.
- Th Old Reliable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has ro-opviied his establishment lu the
Wnere can bo found an extra tlno ito.k
fo (roods in hi liue.
lilve Joovs a call. H-19-tf.
fartJTCKtar Ura lio-lik ataai aumvuig
IkUtlllOfjl tlx praai.tautial taiullllee Mil
It davIavoiK Vti.s W all tl.,U. 3-'i,N. v.
W'An lirARTMt"r, Kit rrr.puT, 1
-t. II. I7ii. 1
STATION. LOW WATER,.
i T- IK. T. IV.
Cairo ; lo 'i 7
I'lltnliiirir 1 : l :i a
Cinrinnnli J ' ' :i ,,
I'llliNTilil' 1 "1 h 1
Niichville j I I x I
ht. irfiina I In 1 1 2
hvantrille ; fl T .-ti .
MiniiliiH M . 1.
Virkslnira? i is 11 --1 I
New Qrliitn '. I l x .;'
Ilflnw tllfftl water nr 1ST!
I AM K.I W.M si in,
Sci-gcMi!. Sisnnl NiTTire. '. A.
Steamer James Fi.k, Paduciih.
" Bee and hargvs, St. Louis.
City ot Vicksburg, St. I.oui.
' (ircy Hound, South.
Steamer James I'isk, Paducah.
" Bee and barges. New Orleans.
City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
The Bee and barges arrived yestvr
day. They will add 300 tons here.
Tho City of Vioksburir had a frootl Hip.
and took a fair amount here.
The Fisk laid over until after the per
formance of tin Irwin company, and
00k the troupe to Paducah.
Tho Arkansas Belle, from Evaiisville,
will In; here this afternoon.
The Grey Hound, with a tow of
empties, paseJ up the Ohio,
Tho Belle Memphis had a big trip, and
made additions here.
The weather is cold, with a drizzling
Witkhea, Maria KiilM-rlD, of the Cunnty of
Alexunileroml Mute 01 Jllmoi', ly lit-r certain
trust tlroil, ir ;ile umi tK'K" UulyexecutcJ, ac-knowleilni-d,
unci cieliyiM, hearing date the ImIi
ilayof Auriist, A.I , IfTn, and recorded in the
RhcoiiIit'h odiit of Alexander county, iu the
fctute of Illinois, in book of tale mrtgn at
jiageW, did convry unto Orciti:in (.rovnli-y an
trustee, till tile following dcacrihed pri'inisc,
e I tonic I in the county of Alexander and Mate of
lllinoiH, to-wit : J lie anutliwext fractional part
of section twenty-five (.;.''), township sLVeuteen
(IT), raiiKciwo (J) west ; also the southeast frac
tional purl of section twenty-six (-l- ). In town
ship seventeen (IT), 111 range two (.) wcit, to nr.
cure the payment of h iiroiuissorr note for the
mm of one hundred and sixty-eight dollars, ex
ecuted by the said Mai m Kolierts, und payable 10
the ordered the fluid llntemas I. utility ; and
uherea-), it is provided in and by suid Oust
deed, that in cise of default ii the payment of
the said promissory note, or any part thereof,
according to the tenor anil ellci l of suitl note,
then, on application of Ihe legal holder of mid
r.o'.e. it should aud might be lawful lor the un
dersigned Urseiuus lireenley to sell aud dispofe
of the said premises, and all the ruht, title, lien
eilt, and ccjiiit of reileiupticn of mud Mariu
i.'ioeru. or tier nirs nnn aosirfiis therein, at pub
lic auction, at the weM door of the court liouc,
in the city of Cairo, In the countv of Alexandei
and Mate of Illinois, for Ihe highest and Inst
price the same will bring in cash after tim ing
advertised such sale thirty ddys in any newspa
per at Hint lime pul.linhed in the mid city of
Cairo und lo make, execute, and deliver to the
purchaser or purclnscra at audi sale, good and
Millicient deed or deeds of conveyance lor the
pirmiea swld. mid out of the proceeds of such
sale to pay all costs nud exiieui-es incurred in ad
vertising and selling said premises, including
attorney's fees, also tiie pi iiicipul nud interest
on auid note ; and, whereas, default Inn been
nude in the payment of the said note, principal
nud interest; now, therefore, public notice is
hereby given, that in paminice of said sale
mortgage, and by virtue of the power and au
thority to me granted in and by the same, aud
by virtue of Hie statute of the slide, 1, the under
signed. Will, on Friday, the ITlh day of Nov.. A.
1)., isTti, at !1 o'clock, p tn., at wet door of
conn oouse, in me city 01 aim, sen ami dispose
ol Ilia premises aoove and in said tiusi mort
pagedred described, and ail Iherlidit, title, hen
elit uni equity of redemption of the said .Mariu
Huberts, hcrhtiis or assigns therein, al pubiic
auction, for the highest und best piice thcxuitic
will bring in cash.
OKSKM AS r.RKEK I.KV, Mortgagee.
I.IK,Klt A LANSHKN. Att'y lor Mori.
t let. 17, lTn-l"d.
RKt'ilItr or the condition of the t ilv Na
tional Hunk, at Cairo, in the Mate ol' Illi
nois, at the close of business, Oct. d, 1 f 70.
Loans rind discounts bC,4.Ki 41
1'. S. Ilonds to secure circulation.... .'",nn on
I'. S. Honda on hand :ni,.ioo no
other stocks, bonds and mortgages... '.M,8I2 li
Due from approved re
serve ttgeuls fcllV!'r 14
Hue from other National
Hanks l'V-'l'; :
I Hie from State lianks and
bunkers :l,2s0 ,r.7 1' 7,i-0i, n;
Ileal estute. furuilure and ntnr-s. . . . ''.Ooo on
Lurreut expense and Uixea paid -I.S7S il
ctu-cks uwi oilier cusii
it. ins 4,'Kd l:
Hills of other Natiouul
banks a.utiO o
Fractional currency, in-
cludiug nickels f,r-0 1'
Specie (including gold
treasury notes) 7.'" I t
Ugal-tcudcr notes :;,,oto tsi V,1 1 1 H:
Itedemption fund with V. S. treasu
rer (.' s-r cent, of circulation) -.'.'-'SO '
I'ue from f f. treaeun-r, other thun
t per cent, redemption lund 5,(Ki no
Total S31,7' ri
Capiml stock paid iu 1oo,oiki oo
Surplus fund J".,ool oo
Other undivided protlls -T.ViMi .".4
National lunik notes uulstuinliiig 4.-Vh w
Individual iliMjsils sub-
j-t tu check fi.'iT.'MT I ti
line to other National
line to MAte banks and
luukera ff'.HM 1S-I1U 11 t;s
Total , - a ni.T'i 12
.'t lie of Illinois, County of Alexander -s.
I, W. I', llalliduy, I'resideut of Ihe alsiva
named kink, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to hc liest of my knowledge
andlslief. W. P. IIALI.IH.W , I'resideut.
Mibscrllied and worn in before me this U'ti
rtayofocl, IsTli. II II t ANUKK,
Correct A I lest:
n r.. HMi.iDAY. )
U. II. I NMNCII AM. J Uireclors.
(J. D. WILLIAMSON.
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Pban ever for CASH.
Fixm Fifty cenU to Twenty-lire dollars.
A lull line of Ute style oorsrU und hosiery at
lower pin than ever before, ofliieil iu
t aim. Old sliuws made over, or lukcu
iu exchange for new good.
A full Ktoek of Lalic Woolen ij t'oltou
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, elo. , of every variety aud
ul all I'lices,
My stock luiud be closed out, and 1 w ill give
my customers better bargains than ever oflYrnd
b l ue Allts. C. M I.KA.N.
EnplUli HrusseU. Tlire Ply and Ingrula,
Iso. htir CtuiitK.Vclvel lius, Crumb
Clutuii, Oil Clolbs, le., vry thoap
al the Old Placo
112 PULTON ST., NEW YOBK.
C'arpeU rarelullf cka d aent to uj
)rt of tb Lnited hutMfrMofchvrg.
rrEifD:ron prick ust.-m
7-i-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
Mound hwM Co
St. Louis, Mo.
TH08. A. EICE. A. M. T. T. B
f ID HTA1I at '
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
MoM Complete, Thomugh and rrkctje.il
course of study in the Lnited stales a
course imlipensible to every j .mug man ( m
biirkiugon the sea ol life.
For Illustrated Circular,
1 HOS. A. lilt K. A. M., I,. I,. It
Oct Mill y 1'rw.i.l.ut.
Whcre.is, nn the ls;h dsv of April. A. T ,
ITi. John fl. I'hillis, flrid ifiicliel .1. 1'hillia his
wi.v, executed and delivered to the undersigned,
lor the purpose of securing the navmeiit ot a
certain promissory note th.-rein mentioned, a
trust deed to the lollnwmg descrilied prembes,
to-wit : Lot numbered eighteen (I -). in block
numlreil lour (4), in the! ityofl airo, Illinois,
and whereas default has ls-cn made in the y-
mentot sai l note. Now, therefore, in pursu
ance of the authority coiU'crred 1 iv wiimI feiikt
dee. I w ill sell the above described premises,
at public vendue, to 11 if h lithe t bidder, for
cn-h in hand, at the court house door is t airo,
Illinois, on Saturday , the 2th day of Octolier,
A !.. l7'i. st the "lionrot 2 i-iVI.u k i. . ..r
said day, said sale fo lie without rsdejnption
Ai.r UKU II. MAFFOKI), Trustee.
nr.KKN At.lLHKKT, Attorneys. pcpt2S-4ir
O'CALLAHAN Sc HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Koofiinsj a Specialty in
eny part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stcvea
JobbinC Promptly Don.
COHHINSIO Mt:lli II VTiTH.
Vtbatton & Biiabi" "
AGENTS ATIEHICAN POWDEK CO
57 Ohio Levees
HOX and BASKET CO
All kind (hard, and (oft,)
FLOOIvING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill and Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Pealer in
No. 76 OHIO X.EVEE.
SI'KCI VI. lituiitioi given tootinM-ninrnU an .
No WJOliio IeTee,
T .6 II'
V A it it: IV HI out..
WHO LiS ALB AND UfiTAIU
IN THE CITY.
Good Sold Very Close.
0rnr 19ta St. and OoiMicial A
C. 0. PATIEIl ft CO.