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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Islander uountjr land, t.tlrn
sohnriye for hit. Louis properly.
A line residence on corner Hallirnok
wnue una i wriity-inira street, at n
The iMMitli hull of the "I'ilot" house at
Several lino roorus in Winter'! Mock.
Good two story brick suitable for
.ores flu! oflice on Commercial avenue,
jet ween Eleventh and Twelfth.
- Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
tin! I'onlar streets.
Saloon and tlxtures. aouthwetil corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivetiue, at a bargain.
Dwelling house on l'ros street, wes
of Washington aeuue.
Two business hou- u I .evee street,
above Eighth, 20 each
Stora room on Commercial avenu,
lext to Wuverly hotel, $10.
Two story houe on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements suitable l"r "Imp
Store room, lorner Tweutieth and
I'p stairs of house on Commercial av
enue, near llHh street. Suitable for
I welling, $.
Tenement numbered K, 'i and 10
Winter's How, 5 room ea h for $10
par month. In flrt-cla- order.
Orphan A fyiuni building an t prlni
. Kent low, to a good tenvit.
Store room, corner Twentieth Mid
Washington avenue, $1 J a month.
Room In various part of the city.
-Land, in tracts to cult, near Cairo.
I lie -lrn TriUI."
A spicy aketch descriptive of a trip
over the Ateliinoii, Tojh ku and Santa
Fe railroad, the le.tities, aeem-ry nud
pleaure resorts of the I!x-ky Mountains,
by "Xym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New Vork H'.7rf,
wit free on application, together with
the San .In Hit U,tilf, map' and time
tables ot this new and jxipular route
from Kansas Uy mid Atchin-on to
Pueblo, Itenver and all points in Col
orado, New Mexico, Ari.onaand the San
loan Mines. The finest line of I'lilluiati
Ieetrs on the continent between the
Missouri river and the Ko ky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets lrotn the Missouri river
to )envcr at iW, good to rton rl at all
T. J. AMIKIWIN,
icneral I'aj'-eii'jer Agent.
tlrlrr I rniulH.
c ha vo tills day sold to Mr. K.
Ford (he entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing derailment
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should tw sent to hlui or h it at
this otlh.-e. We lx-jeak lor hiui the lat
erality fl patronage that has Im-ch e
to'.spd upon ii'. Hi' as-ortmeni of
uiotilding I complete, prices
ciitil'ietilioll and he guarciitec
tlon ill all ca-es.
'uiro. tel. 10, l&rii.
tt ( alliu III LI r ll. '
Hinglecoril 1 Ji
Five .-ord lots 3 2.
COl. PAKAIUSE AND BIG VGIiOY :
Single ton $3 .V)
Three it 23
Five 3 00
Order for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C W. WllK.Kl.r H .t Co.
IlnrrUbnrff l out
We w ill deliver our best lump coal on
( '. and V. It. R. track in Cairo at $' per
car load of
Tula coal has no SLi'tRiOR for grates
and household use generally.
Address all orders tor coal to
James A. Vin I. & Co.,
llaNKV Slack, Agent at Cairo.
M. d. McOauley is proprietor and aole
manufacturer of Wood rills, ct lebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A eiire guar
anteed In all cases, lie employ no
agents, and the genuine pill can only
be procured at his drug store, No. IK)
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Trice,
50 centa per dozen. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. S-l0-dAlm
J. rg Nleluliouae.
on Eighth street, two doors trom Alex
ander County Dank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else Id the barber line La
dies' and children' hair cut or dre?ed.
either at the shop or their homes.
The best violin, guitar aud ba hiring
la the city and musical iiutrumenU of all
kind can bo obtained of K. & W. Under,
corner ol Kighth street aud Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organ
a speciality. MO-tf
t or Heat.
A good stoic room In John Reese'
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington aveiue. Also tour good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
same buildiug. Rent reasonable; apply
on the premise. 10-4-1 m
John Lampcrt will continue the barber
business of his fathers, at the old stand
ou Kighth street between Washington
and Commercial. John is a llrst-clas
barber and luvltes old and new custom
er to give him a call. tt
There i a life scholarship w orth 31.00
in the Mound City Commercial College
of St. Louis, tor tale at a discount at the
Bulletin' otllw. ti
LOR Mir. Kir r,
W si authorire.1 to atiooute-s ,iHN II
KuUIVxiiN as a Candida's lor 5tierif?nt Alts
amlerr.ountv, at tht rowing county election.
W ars eothorind tnannounns VLTtR SAL P,
lur id inuepenueni oenumate lur heriff f A I
etandrr county, at the ensuing county election
STATES ATTOKNRY .
Fditob Bi li.stiw: Please announce Dial I
am a candidate lor the onto o Mutes Attorney
ior Aiciamier county at the .ovrmlx-r ln:
lion. VV.. c.Mllkii.
Wa arp uthori?fiJ to annunnra OI.O. W
IIKMJKH KS. JK . as a caulidaf at tlie Nu-
vrnitjer rlecnon, lur 8lara Attoruey for Ale -
We are authorized to aunounn WILLIAM
W M rlir.h I r.KS hi a candidate for circuit
Clerk of Alexander county at tue (otning couniy
We are authorized to announce JOHN J,
IIAKMANa a caudilnt tor Hie olUi-a of ir-
CUit ciera ol Alexander ojunty at the eniuiug
We are aiUiorizelto announie JtlllN" A.
Kr.h. t a a candidal tor the oftjee ot u. uit
Clerk at lli Noeiuttr el. tiou.
Weareauthorued toaurc unce W. I'. I'lTCHKK
a canilld.ite for (lie otll' e of Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county at the November election
W e are authorized to announce Kl S
I l.'KK as an Indeien4ent candidale ir the id-
tli-c d Circuit I lerk of Alexamler county at the
election Noveinlier .III, I".' .
HiK I 1 VI V I OMMIMiM K.
W e lit anthori7e lo annoiini e Murtin Itioa n,
iii 1 heliep, u a cumtidntc lur I ouuly Comtiuf
oioner o' Alexunder count) at the rnMiitig county
We are Biilhoried to annoiincr.li IIS III' It S
I t N. id llilewiKel ne'iti t, a.i a candidate lor
the i.ftlie of ( oiint y I omiiuitKioticr il Al'van-d'-r
county at the Niiveinlr eleilion.
ACAI.tJ.N I.OIKjK, NO. M.
Knifrhtoot Tythiae, meet every Tri
dav nnrht at liall-ial nven, in Odd-
fellows' Hall Mows,
Chancel ,l Conitliamler.
AIJ.XANDKK I.OIXjK, NO iA.
liidc-fnleiit Orter of flil-fel-
Iowh, luea la even 1 hurxlay tiifrhl
hlf-it seven, in tlieir hall on
oiiiiim n il Kenuc, bi t aeen Aixth and Sevcntb
rec; N . A. Usvunk, .N U
'WI.'O KM AMI'MKNT, t O. r) f.. meets
iri od.l-KclloWH' Hall on the find and third
' tieielay in every month, at half-part seven
A. CoMlNiirt, C 1'
CAIKO I.OHOK. NO. 17. A. F. A. M.
Hold n-irular aviininuniottioas in
i.iiii- Hull, cuiier Commercul avenue
'and Lichth ntreet, on the texmd ana
urth Mondar ol each month.
ails r ad vt:it
rT"All bills for advertiaing, are due nd pay
able in ADVA9CB
Iransient a4vertiaing will be lnwrtej at th
rate of II W iereiuarc tor the Orel tiwrtiou
and V oeuU for each sutwequent one A liberal
diaeoant will be made on stunding anddi)pl
For inaertinn f uneral notice 1 to .Notice of
merlin- of societies or secret orders ' cenU for
Church, So:iety, Kcntivsl and !u'ier notiits
will only be inserted as a-lverticemtnU
No a lvertisenient will I recrivel at than
ri ent, and nti advertireincnt will I innerted
..r lthn three dollars rer month
i.wr.ai. ni ni..km Tronci N
Of one Mpiare (s lines -pace) or more, in
setted in the lt i.i.LiiN at follows : (i,es
I huii one square counted as a sijuarc.)
( uc insertion H t erinare M
Two insertions per Miuare 75
Three Insertions ier cupiure 1 ts
Six insertions jer square 1 75
Two weeks er wpiare 2 50
One month per square ii .V)
Sjx-cial rates made on large advertise.
niei)t or rr longer time.
C.iAV. OC TOHF.i: J-J. l'CC
I uel Wealbtf liepors.
Ci mo. 111. i '. '1
IU Tim. Wind. Ycl.
7 a ru.
M.TiA I U-
j i loiidy
I ll rmii
Sergeant. Signal S.-rvl.-e. I'. 4. A .
Hula I Male!
I'he tincst solt hat in the city at .
Marx. lt)-15 Of
A. O. U.
The ball ot the O. A. II., next Monday
night, promises to be a line affair. Every
preparation has been made, and the pros
pect of a grand sucees is very flattering.
The committees have worked hard and
everything Is now in good shape. Kvery
boiJv should attend.
In Ladies' beaver cloak', knit jaekets
aud ladies' ea'imere wrapper'. These
goods will be sold at A) per cent, less
than cost, on account of closing out this
I'neof goods. Do not fail to call before
they are allgone. Solomon 1'krikkia.
1 Vi ami 1 14 Commercial avenue. '
( to to A. Marx, the hatter.and get your
silk hats made to order. lo-15-tit
Tlialln Sinloon-Urantl FreS) l.uueli,
Jacckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ot Twelfth street
aud Washington avenue, excels all
others In his line of business in his free
lunches. Kvery morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jacckel spreads a lunch w hit h would
do honor to any saloon in the land. His
friends should make a note of this ami
give him a call. 20-dlm
4 lolhlutf Mujcra, Alletillun i
My stock of clothing is this season
twice as large as any stock heretofore
kent. Ami comprises all the latest
styles ot Suth, Coats, Vksts aud;OvtK
coats, manufactured honestly and out
of the choicest French, English, German,
and American colth, und good cassimers.
All goods marked iu plain figures.
tit. A. Maiix.
Nr. 4'loaa lor 4'lrrult llerk.
Mr. Cyrus Close is an old resident of
Cairo, ami lias voted the Republican
ticket and supported the Radical party
blnue'the day of John C. Fremont aud
the Woolly Horse" in ISM. We there-
tore call the attention of the voters of
Cairo and Alexander county to hi an
nounccmcnt for the office of circuit clerk
at the ciisuing election, und trust that
every true Republican will give hlui their
support, a we believe him to be the
choice ol tie" Republican party.
2t Many Voiluj
The Ancient Order oi Hibernian trip
the "light fantastic" to-morrow night.
Kvrry body ought to go.
A seeotid band Singer sewing mat hlne
or sale i heap, s pplv at the lit 1 1 ki in
4 wuldn'i It o.
Judge llro-s of this ity, was advei
tised along with Judge Allen and other
craters to make a speech at farbondale
last night, but owing to illnes wa'
obliged to remain at home.
At llii qnolu.
John II. Oberly lett this city for Im
(Juoin yesterday afternoon, where he
made a speech to the people of that city
la-t night. Mr. Oberly w ill devote the
balance of the campaign to Jackson,
I'tiion, Williamson und Ma-sac counties.
I but Kail.
The second minimi bull of the A. O. II.
of Cairo takes place at riehccl" hall to
morrow night. The committee ol ar
rangements bus worked like heaver?, aud
bus every assurance that their efforts will
Ire crowned with eucees.
Attention, I llileu nud lleiMlrirk Ke
lt) nil 4 I l.
All memlrers of the Tilden and Hen
dricks Reform club are rerpiested to meet
to-morrow (Monday) evening, October
23d, at 7:110 o'clock, as business ot im
portance i on hand. It is important tha
all shall attend. C. M. Howl, Sec'y.
Meat Ttiiiradn) .
Next Tluir-tlay will tie a grand day in
Cairo. Arrangement' have been made
with nil the railroads to bring visitors to
the big barbcrm- ou that day at half-fare
rate, and large tlelcgatioua trotn every
direction have sent word that they will
Ire on ha id. .Nearly every preliminary
tor the great event has been completed.
Mr. Ilaylhorn of the firm ol O. Hay
thorn & Co., leaves to-night tor I'.oston
ou his third trip this year. Mr. H. says
this firm is tloiug the lH.at business they
have cverdone In both wholesale and re
tail. This is indeed encouraging and
cither speaks well for Cairo or for the en
ergy and enterprise of this live firm.
Mr. lieorge MacDonald, formerly a
clerk hi Barclay Brother' drug estab
lishment, and well and favorably known
to many of our people, was married to
MM Mollie Iennisou of Kalainaoo,
Michigan, on last Tuesday. Mr. Mac
Donald and his bride have the I rest
wi-hc of all bis acquaintances in Cairo.
f uneral .llr.
The tuneral ol John Sullivan, who
died on Wednesday, will take place from
his residence, corner ot Twcnty-lirst
street anil Commercial avenue, at one
o'clock this afternoon. The funeral
services will : performed at St. Pat
ricks' church. The friends of .he family
are invited to alien;!.
1 'reparations arc now in progress by
the ladies ot both the KtUcoallau and
Method:st churches for their sociables.
That ot the Episcopalians will take place
at the resldaiieeof Mr. and Mrs. Charles
(ialighcmu the third of Novcmtier. The
MetlioilUt siM-iiible will hehl at the res
idence of Mr. and Mrs. .James Johnson
on next Thiiivlay evening, lloth prom
ise to be successful.
liob Ingersoll will orate nt uiilrjiaou
ne.xt Tiie-day. latnoiis hri-i this indi
Viddrtl lilude hitnseit by bis IreliailCC of
(ol and nun n the stuuip. preaching
reform and good government to the Rad
icals, that people for "miles and miles
around" llock in to get a glimpse of him.
A large number, we understand, will go
to Cenlralia from airo to see and hear
Friday, October sioth, 187'!, at 1 o'clock, j
a. m., ot iliseae oi inc iung. nenry r.
Fahr, aged three years, ten months and
twenty-two days. The funeral w ill take
place lrotn the residence of the pureuts
Nineteenth street, between Toplar street
and Commercial avenue , at :i o'clock to-1
day. Services will be held at the house
at J o'clock. Special train will leave
toot ot Eighteenth stree at 3 o'clock.
p. in., for Villa Ridge. Friends and ac
quaintances Invited to attend.
If a person could at the age of thirty
five insure his lite lor $2j,Oh) by paying
$3.24 per mouth or a little more than fW
ih.t year, and have a guarantee that at
the end of fifteen years, if he should live
and wish to continue the Insurance, he
would receive back again, all the money
he had paid w ith 10 per cent, interest
added, It would seem as if very tew
would hesitate to take advantage of it ;
yet this is just w hat is done by the Ton
tine policies ol the Equitable Lite Insur
ance company of New Vork, a company
with $;K),000,(Hsj assets, and $5,OUO,0CO
surpplus, as regards policy holders.
Caiko, Ili... Oct. 10. The Republi
cans ot this city turned out en masse
last uiL'tit to hear Hon. J. K. Edsall and
( aid. Ui icily. In the pmcessiou of
about 500 there were 400 torches. As no
building iu the city would hold the
crowd the sicaking was iu tlie oien air.
The speeches were able ami eloquent.
Hon. John Dougherty, of Marion, also
made a speech, stones aud rotten eggs
were thrown at the procession, aud this
is not the first time a Republican pro-
cession has been thus assailed b.v Demo
cratic rowdies. aiobfrjtfitiocrat.
Whether the Cairo correspondent of
the tiluhe-Di-iiiiicrut is a constitiitioua1
liar we are uuable to say; but that this is
the second utterly fapte statement he
has forwarded to that newspaper
in regard to Democrats assailing Re
publican demonstrations iu this city, no
one will deny.
We yesterday made it our especial
business to inquire as to whether there
was any truth in tills dispatch, and were
informed by a number of prominent IU
publican who were in tlie procession
that there was no grounds for the report
whatever. No one had heard of the "as
sault" until this dispatch appeared lit (he
HOLD THE FORT,"
ron riir ovs r i.iBiRtr abe
Hfc II LaNDkl) THIKK WITH 0UK
HURDRED AND 8IVSHTT-KIVE
Hsld by th Swssjisrs, ths Bon-Teat, Us
Tildsa asd Hsndrickt Rsfora. and
ths Fourth and Fifth Ward Clubs.
WIIU,.U(.UI: RKlEIVED BY Tilt
tlOlMMII t 11.1 II Willi OU
lll.MIKKIf i IlltO II H
A Hunllre i'ila tvrlt el lllKh.
Hit R IllM.KI.D ANI i.L1V-tTr.
lighted up I lie h-vee on the night oi the
20th, and the IMta brass band blew lis
braen blats warning the Sweepers,
Hon Tons, Tili!en and llemlrit ks Relortn,
ami Fourili anJ f-'.flh wurd clubo tliut it
was about time to march.
I IK L A I'AC.K ANT Ol I IRI
they wound arounl a nmiilrer of blocks
la the city, then liletl aboanl the Three
States, led by the uniformed Sweeper,
making that .-launch cralt radiant with
pure Iiemoerstic tire. A rousing cheer
to Cairo from tin" clubs, and the Three
Stales steamed toward Mound City,
torche iluriug up Irmn her sides
with perhaps more v!vldue than
did the il.tiiibcnux of the A tec
on their Arcadian lakes in the
days of Montezuma which Is not saying
"entirely too much" in a cause as just
and sacred as ours.
M ;tr: AM, i, i MM,
two Democratic youths, made speeches
while we were under way, and were
loudly applauded by their numerous,
When the Three Slates reached Cache,
Mound City appeared extremely beauti
ful, the whole levee front being brilliant
with torches, that were reflected far
down iu the water d lliu river like
goldeu minarets. At this period the
clubs relighted their torches, and the
Three States glided up to the wharf,
IlLA.NO Willi LIGHT,
tit 3 whole scene presenting rather an im
posing aud oiicntal eiectaclc. Drums,
tiles, brass instruments and Democratic
throats, made as much noisu as possible,
both on the st-uuicr and on land. With
some diflieul y we effected a landing,
and with our Hulling ibg m the hands
of Charles A. Sanp, passed through the
open ranks of the Mound City club, and
marched away into the city.
A HONL1IIK TILL. l OKTV I I'.KT IIK-II
threw a streMii of light l.ir above the
house-tops, giving to the Cairo boys
what might Is! called, in warlike par
lance, a triumphal entry.
John Carter, of Mound City, as gallant
a Democrat as ever strode a horse, matte
his appearance on a Urge grey. He
drew a trusty blsdc, too bis position at
a street corner, and leaning over his
hordes nek, .sail to us, confidentially i
"SIX I KIT APART IKiVS
"this is the d 1 biggest thing Mound '
City ever saw-:" A loud shout went up
In our quarter. "Ilooiay lor .lohn Car
When the pr.te, ".s'ioii liHSScd thf
point where C.cueral r.anm was
speaking to lis colored Iriends. the
pageant ol il.ncing tire was too much
for his auditor. They deserted him to a
man. exclaimiig "Fo God, whi'.r did all
deiu lolks coui from?"
Tiif. i'K.o'r:-.sr was ii.vi; milk i..t..
theMound City band being in the rear
portion of the line, discoursing select
music. After promenading the streets
for one hour tht proeesion broke ranks
and entered Stokes' Hall, place capable
of accoruiuodat ng 1,000 people.
MK JoHN cakteh
said they liad assembled there to
hear a speech tioto Hon. John II. Oberly,
and after a few complimentary remark.
introduced thar gentleman to the large
Mil. Olaltl.Y'S 6FKKCII
being cominenitd iu an original and en.
tcrtaining way, he soon gained the com
plete attention and sympathy of his au
ditors, w ho up lauded him from first to
last. We hava not sufficient space in
which to review his sjeecli fully. Many
part of it were eloquent, particularly
where lie described the prosperity our
ouutrv and tlie happiness of the
people; and then the change
Irom thirft to want and misery. His
pictures and sir'Me were not wanting
either in colon...; or application. Jlis
description of General Joe Hooker'
Klli.M AMONG 1 II K ILOI'PS
ou Look Oat Mountain (while identity ing
tlie genera! with our movement), was re
ceived with enthusiasm and applause.
Then followed another impromptu pic
ture, that of General John M. Corse,
THK HKROOr' A1.TOONA I'ASS,
replying lo Sherman's signal asking him
to "hold the fort" seeu through a cloud-
i-ift ! have lost a jaw bone and one ear,
but can whip all hell yet !" This was re
ceived with great applause, as it was re
ferred to in defense ol the brave Corse
against the attacks of the Republican
press w hen that geutleinan receutly led
the war I icmocratic veterans to Indianap
olis. 1UK T1XANCE QCKSIIOX
he dihcussed without tlie ury platitudes
ot figures resorted to by the majority ol
speakers. Ho gave a tlnauclal
history (that was listened to
with nuirked atteutlou by all present),
iu conversational style, telling facta in
plain language, He introduced Morton,
Logan and Fciry in uu interview with
Grant and by so doing illustrated the
powoi- ol the money clement ol tlie Ea.t
over even the chief executive ot the ua-
tlon. Mr. Oberly made the llnanclul
cnigrna so plalu that the tuogt ordinary
the lateness of the hour.
tat FtCOsHP.I CTIOX fOI If
he attacked in a lgnrotu manner. In
Hie midst ( I this theme the ity of llie
was raled, and a wild panic eiv:in'd,
wblfh was speedily checked.
HI S CON'CLC-ln
was Interrupted by loud applause, in
which he paid a splendid compliment to
Win. II. Hnrt7e1l. and threw lire brand
into the camp of .lohn A. Logan.
Our description of his speech is very im
perfect, but no doubt snllleiently lengthy
to give an outline of portions of It.
Ill INKS Wir.LHURM.li
to the clubs of airo by the Mound City
people, ami aho to Mr. Thos. Halliday
and John II. Oberly, both the-e gentle.
men receiving three cheen.
Ir. Casey .spoke a few complimentary
words, iK ing followed by John Carter,
when the meeting adjourned.
1 UK caiko I.I HS
were then escorted to tlie Three States by
the Mound City club end band. Three
cheers were given, and In a short period
of tltn" we were at home in Cairo with
music in the nir and tort he ns v ide
awake as ever.
on leaving the. Three states. Captain
Jesse Mi llaflie. of the Sweepers, moved
that three cheers lie given that steamer
and her crew, which motion wa heartily
I'hil Howard, grand marshal of the
l airo f lubs, could not get his licry steed
from the boat and was compelled to walk
giving lull scojk; to John Carter, and
the Mound City cavalry the latter U-ing
out in force.
in I hoi 111 I. l.NHl F.H.
except that lour of Katun's colored
troops tlrew pistols on a policeman, but
did not attempt to shoot.
Capt. W. R. Wright left Cairo for Ch
Jewett Wilcox of the St. Charles hotel
took bis departure for Chicago yesterday
afternoon, w here he will join his wile.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox will return home
ou next Thursday.
Mr. Frank Robbins and Miss Daisy
Robbins left the city on Friday. They
go to the centennial.
The Rev. Robert Irvin, of St. Louis,
was at the St. Charles yesterday.
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday, wc find the names
of the follow ing persons : John C. Cov
ington and M. J.McEIhaney, Cincinnati;
James Fintree, Bolivar, Tenn.: J. I.
MacMahon, Mobile; Oscar Twitchcll,
Philadelphia ; Theodore Fondwcather.
Mr. S. S. Watson, proprietor ot the
Junction House, Yinccnnes, was among
the guests at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. James Johnson, of the Illinois
Central railroad, returned fiom an ex
tended tour through Texas yesterday.
Will Koine One Kxpliiin ?
At the South Cairo precinct the iron.
tlcman who superintended the registra
tion of voters lu-t Thursday, received the
names ol all colored men without ques
tion ; and many registered. It is said,
who are not lejal voters. Why wa this
done? Why did not the registration of
ficers sati-ly themselves that citizens,
white and black, ollering to register.
were legal voters? Can it be possible
that the olllcers were ignorant of tlicir
duty i We do not believe tins ; but it tlicy
were not, they were very can lc-s of their
duty. May it not be possible that tin
loose registration has been permitted iu
the Interest ol some candidate for a
local office We pause lar a reply, aud
we protest that Mr. Tilden aud Mr. llart
zell shall not lie sat rilleed in the interest
of any candidate for an office iu this
county. Mr. Win. M. William, a strong
Democrat, was one of the olllcers oi reg
istration, and it is now in order that he
should rise nnd explain.
The following appointments have been
made by the Synod of Illinois South, for
services in the following named churches
At the I'rebyteriau church In the
morning, nermon by llev. John Hood.
After the sermon, the sacrament of the
Lord's supper will be administered, con
ducted by Kevs. I.. I. Itoot and It. M.
Uoberts. To distribute the elements,
Kldcrs Win.Hailey, llolert Keed, Ianiel
Kwin;and .1. 1. Xewliegln. At three
o'clock iu the afternoon there will be a
children'! meeting, conducted by Keys.
Dr. Irwin. S. II. Hyde and Chas. Fuller.
In the evening the sermon will be de
livered by 1 r. David I Hmond.
At thu .Methodist Kpiscopal cluircii,
morning service, sermon b.v Ucv. O. S.
Thompson ; evening nerviee. wrmon by
llev. J, W. Stark.
At the African Methodist Kpiscopal
church, morning wrvieep, aermon by
l!ev. Adam Johnson ; evening service,
sermon by 1'ev.J. 1.. McNair.
At the First lSaptLst church (Kc v. Mr.
Caldwell's), three o'clock p.m., sermon
by llev. J. A. liper; evening services,
sermon by Kcv. Thos. W. Ilayncs.;
There will be the usual morning and
veiling service at the ( hurch of the lie
ilecnicr. conducted by the Ucv. Charles
A. C.ilbert. Sundiy school at the usual
hour. All are InviteU to aucnti.
A Uritutl Mitkler'a farewell AtUlrens
The Jacksonville to; if-, speaking of
Hin farewell auiiress tteiivercti oy rasi
Urand Master Oberly on the cloiug day
of the session of the (Jrand I.odgo ot
Odd Fellows of the state, held Iu that
city, when Mr. Oberly stcpiicd down and
out of the olllce of Grand Master, says
The Lodge then listened to the lareweii
nil.lress of 1'ast l! rand Master Otierlv, ot
airo, which is reported lo have Uu olio
il the liucsi I'llorta ol Hit) entire session.
It was masterly, and moved the body
.io....U'. Hi relet enoc to tlio city of
Jacksonville aud its ioplo wan a flight
of eloo,uiiiec without an approach to fut
tiilni of abieel llaiten-. No
..it nr tutonlu could have received
wanner eucouiluui. one that caino from
l.u liAmrt ami iMlt the liDS. Tlrfl lliem-
rrt Via f.r l,i fjnio-e. while thev have
liateocJ to some noble addrese by ttm
uilml onl.l not tail to under tatul It.
was interesting In the extreme.
HIK CIVIL SKItVtt K
was not alluded to. owing, no donht
peaker in times past, retard tbis ai the
llnest cflort of hl life, impromptu though
Another I'onliriVnce .nun IJofeM,.,!.
John Kelly, a darkey, attempted to
piacticethe i nntidein e dodlrcona yi n
tleman from Anna yesterday, but not
withstanding the intended victim was
'from the country," he wa too snrp to
be taken in. Instead, he inlomv d t hief
of Police Go'sman and Deputy sheriff
John Cain of hi, adventure, ami together
the three soon bad Keliy caged. He wn
taken before Judge P.ros for tied, nnd
lined oiii- hundred d-illa'a nnd costs.
The line was too heavy for him a-id he
was compelled to go to jail. HewiJlp.
boron the street" tor fifty seven diy.
and receive his meal nnd lodiiir? nt the
Oil Washington avtMlle tulvveeli Tenth
and Eleventh street
A1 M Cil.iN,
A I :; o'cln k W, di;e:d'iy afternoon, t , u .
er .''.th. Js7i;.
'Title clear and guaranteed !
Sale without reserve nud term ca-h.
W'lMLt! A Sn:vii:r. Auctioneer.
(iCIM'I'Hl III lit.
'Tt e.r citsti, til til ele Idiot lur tioys'
and men's wear, at o. Ilavthoru .V Co.'.
"The finest alliirof th- season" i the
general opinion w it h reference to the A.
O. II. ball to-morrow night nt Si liecl's
hall. Let everyb-idy procure tickets and
give the boys a bent tit.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set o
new harnes. Apply to A. II. Ic.viv.
Take your girl, or some other fellow's
girl, and go out to the ball to inturow
night at Schecl's hull. You arc nil in
vited and will be welcome ami will liud
a pleasant company. .No improper
characters will Im- admitted.
Father, dear father come down with
My (Sailers have got a big tear,
And Ilaylhorn A: Co.. tire selling thein
At only twelve ehillings a pair. 0t
The Democrats ol Carhoudalc and vi
cinity hi Id u gia'itl Democratic demon
stration l. s night. Judge William J.
Allen and other prominent Reformers
were present and delivered addresses.
Economy is the road to wealth. Save
20 per cent by buying your boots and
shoes of O- llaythorn Co., (Jt.
For a smooth shave, u neat and fash
ionable hair cut. or refrc.-hing chauipoo,
go to Ed. Rraxtou.at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perl nineties and
hair tonics always kept ou band. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in tht; city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. 1 1
Gentlemen should examine our neat
fitting custom made boots and shoes be
fore placing their order with shoe
makers at high price--.
ill Ct It lliiytliorn A Co.
Keep it constantly before the people.
that O. llayiliotu iX o., tern '"' most
complete line of loot w ear to be found in
WE WANT YOUR PATRON
We will receive on Monday
morning a splendid line of Win
ter Dry Goods, and not having
bought too early In the season,
can offer them at ten per cent.
less than could be done thirty
days ago. We never buy goods
until they are wanted. This
is the secret of success, and
customers will find our stock
always new, and our prices the
owest. Our system of uniform
ow prices and no"baits. gives
our customers confluence in
us. We buy our goods low
enough to sell at. pricos that
a fl J . I-'
others cannot possiDly unaer
sell us. Every department Is
now full. As economy is an
object these hard times, you
will best serve your Interest
by giving us your patronage.
We are offering great bargains
in flannels, cassimeres, jeans,
adies', aents' and childrens
underwear, hosiery, gloves, etc.
An inspection of our stock is
It Stuart & unoison.
The Hroadway and Filth avenue nt A.
Marx. ' ivi-i.s-i.c
In the llioti let o.nlel the L nite.1 Males
isouthorii lii.strict of Illinois,
ii liuukrupti y,
In the mutter ot'M.cliucl
Uoilbioii & lU rnarl
t.-.il I..... L fiiiilM .
v.. .':.... ... i,u.-..l.v iriL'i.n Ibut a lletition liaa la-en
Hied iu uid court bv wthl Michael lleilbroii ami
. I VV..1I I ill 111. LOIllltV ot Alii-
-iwlor. in said district.' duly declared bankrupts
under the act oi eoui . .-.... - -- .
' : .- . ... l..,..i 'ml l i .
furud sclianieaii'l wriinreim
ti...;, .ii,i l li. r claims provable under said
.. . ...i.i.-. .i. vitiIi .lav of October. l., at
ele'en o'c.lo. k a. m . i asigu.il for the li-ariti
ol lheKUiue by Ihe .aid i.iiirt, ut I lie I in led
w - 1 ...,rl r.xilll iii the litv ol -I'llllu'licui,
when ud where all creilitm of said bankrupts
and ull other iiersoti iu iiilei-el, may ullonil ami
iii.,., slioiibl nut be urant'd
1 any iney nave. nj ,uv v.
...... - - ,.uWKVi t l4.,.k
I ini'irur A Ijinadiiu. attorney for a-litiner.
Dated prniKlh Id. Ill , rw-pi. l, A. '.
MSinAliii'l I inaite I'V every aent
kp998 rriy iimnth iu Ihe business we
furnish, but those willing- lo work ran easily
earn a doxen dollars a day rixht ill iheir own lo
....ii.. ii..v i., rninn in exidain here, riust-
. oieasaut and bonoiable, Wonieu. laiys
.ml L'iil.dnas well as men. We. will luiniali
m,u a complete outtll free. The blisiues pays
l .i.u:. unvOiinir 4-ls4. will bear ex-
.-j...raturtiuii vou. I'ailUiilais fis. W rite
and fee. Karmera and luechaniis, their sous
and daughters, ami all classes iu need of payins
aliout the woik al once. Now I
liou't delay, AJJreas 'l acit & Co.,
aark at bollie. .IIOIU'I WIIW in ua uuu
I jV"vg!llPftljff. ftw
T i. tt.. fir-i i ttw filBee, I aire. Ulisoi.
(OITICS CP. PARLOS)
(Until you hivs seen inJ trlsil or nt.)
(A8 WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(Pertei cs&snsttn ol rul an! case.,)
(Iafiii mile or 10 Soot or Clifcr.)
( rust-Lie Iran witi entire centra" ol u Fin,)
(GIVING A VERY STRONG
AND I .IF0Rtt HEAT.)
A nj tl.c conntrnctloTi of tho Stove Is so almple thst
I Im rts wlilclirtpo6.l to lutfnwt lieMoan
te eiullyBnl iilrkly rcplMd at s nikll cort l.f
tltemost InripVrlpnced rtf ruin. Wo mn Uicro
rert rnnftitrnt that tlie RKADI.fUHT la
tl sniUel la tlie special points ol)
(Great Heating Capacity,)
(Economy In Price.)
Tor Trice Llr-U s.ldrrss
612, 6H, 616 & 618 H. Mam Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON.
VniviiKA, Maria Hubert. 1 the County of
AlexumtiT ami Mate ol' Illinoi, by her cvrtaia
trufUKtil, or nle nionjugo, iltily executeil, mc
knuwleileii mid ih'licinl, lieurinK Ostetlie lMh
lay ul' Auru.'-t, A. l . I'M, unit rei'onled in the
Ui ceil lei' s elllif of Ali'XHieler county, in the
Mule oi' 1 1 1 1 u i i .- . in Imuk . ol nale niorlKUKS at
piifif -i-e, ilnl rony tuito trrHeiiiuH i.rveulcy ag
tiie.li'f, 14 1 1 t.ie follow hK tlesonlied iiremisu,
Hiiimifil in Die county of AlfXiinJer aiut Mute of
IllinoiH t- wit : The M'lithwept 1'iTCtional fart
of hoc-1 1' hi twentv-Hve (- ).! towuchip eevciiteco
(IT), rutijfe two (.') west ; alto tlie nouiheaal irao
lional iart of section tw enty-nix (-iti), lt tu n
nlnii wienh en (IT), m rane two ('') west, to se
cure the imviiietit ol' lu'oiiiisnory note for the
Minn ot oiieliuiclreil unit Hixty-eiKht dollars, ex
ecute.) hy thcmul Miiriu Kobei-tn, ami payable to
ineor.ieroi tue fmui ,.rHeniiui , wu.i
whereas, ll la vr,,vl',C1' Bml "J uual
UmmI. ,iit imnu ,ufuii la iue tayniftiii 01
UiehH.i'1 iioiuioiy note, ov any vrt thereot.
ai'coruinK t.o itie letior ann rum ii briu nii,
thcn.pii iiiinlic.ituin of the leiral riol'ter of satil
Imtf. it ehoiiul uikI inmht be lunflil lor the un-
il'ri.jcrt tii'M'iiius llwriiey to aril and dlM.oar
ol thr raitl iicim-c, iiml all the right, title, beu
clit, und cjiiity of redenipticn of suid Maria
kiilk i ,ti. in in r neira uiui ua.icno tticri'iii, at pub
lic unction, ut the wet door of the court house,
in the cityof Cairo, in the county of Alexander
uml State of Illinois, for tlie hitdieHl and hi-at
price the aiinie will brinir in cutih af.er baring
advertiei Mich ea!e tliirty duya in any newapa
a r at tliut time inibliheil in the aunl city of
I ali o, and to iiiukc, extrcutr, and deliver to Die
pun ha-er or inirchitera at such aale. (tood and
Binlicietit ileed or detl of conveyance for the
pn'tniM'S sM, and out of the proceeds of such
tale to puy all rost-i and exiiejiiea incurred in ad
vertirinn and Hcllnnf auid premices, incllldiit
attorney 'a ties, alw Uie principal aud iutereat
on said note ; and. whoniis ileUnlt hut tieeu
niiide in the pivuicnt of the aid note, principal
and intcre-t; now, tlu-rcloie, public notice i
hereby ttlven, Hull ill p.irf iiam-e of Said sale.
iiioiIubkc, aiei bv irltifof the j.wer ami au
thoritv to mo granted in und by the Same, and
by ir'tlieot the atatilte of tlie state, I, the undei
Miliiitl. will, en Kridav, the I7tli day of Nov., A.
l.,lOi, at Jo'cluck.p til., at weat door of the
court house, in Ihe city of Cairo, aell anddlspoae
ot thu promises atnivr and iu aai'l trust nioit
ttaifed' ed deicrilwd. and all theriarht, title, ben
oilt and eitiity of redemption of the said Maria
Kolwru, her heir or as-ijrua theiein, at public
auction, for the hiKUeet and la'at privn theaamc
Will drills in ea..i. ,....,, .
()lil..ll tllir.l.M.ll , Jioriaaiirv.
I.INF.GAU A I.ASrhS. Att y.lor Mortxsitiv
4.ict . II, IbTO-o'H .
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Tuan ever tor i;aau.
From Kilty eelit.i to 'I weuty-rlvedollurs.
A lull line of Ute style yirset and hosiery at
lower price than ever itctore uuereu in
( aire, old straw iiuwle over, ortasen
iu echaii;e for new Ooili.
A full Siook ot
Ladies Woolen and Cotton
I MihKW I..VK.
RIBBONS AND LAOES
Voathers. I lowers, etc. , ol" i very variety and
in an i i u en.
Mi- L lollHt becle.nl out. und t w id Live
my ciutiiliior Utlor I :nain than ever oUered
To I he Working; t laaa Ws ant now
prepared lo turuisli all elasi.es with constant em
iilovmeul al home, the whole of tin time, or for
. . . . I! ..... ....n. l,,,l,t b.,.1
t heir sfaie iiiiiiiM ni" into, u...
proliluble. J'cisons of either in easily earn
trom 'loceiin to $ ier evouinn. and a propor
tional sum by devoting their w hole time to th
business, liOV arn gi:: ecru uraxiy mm uiuou
as nun. 't hat ull who see this notice nisj send
their ad!re, and let the huaiueo we make this
un parallel"! tiller : 10 surn as are uu s, ru sai ta
iled We will send one debar to pay fur the
trouble of writing. I-ull particulars, aaniples
worth several dollars lo commence work on,
and a copv ot Hume aud f ireside, one of tlie
large.il ami iei iniisiraiou iuumui,
iroebymail Header, if y u waut irmanent,
prorttalile work, l.fcom t riiaso a. iv,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
afsntss, asijolains Haay'e.
-rrirrs tot sale the best W, Peik. Mutte.
VssU, Lamb, ue, fd Is ur
eraad k. serve fsjulUeS ui snstta mK.ft