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koal Estate Column
Alexniitler county un, iro lnt,
vhangi! for St. I-ouli property.
A flue residence on corner lialbrook
uuv Htid Twenty-third ttrei-t, at n
1 lie south linll of the ' 'rilot" hoiiae at
Several tine room In Winter', block.
Good two Ktory brick cultable for
.ore and olllce on Commercial avenue,
.ttweeu Eleventh and Twelfth.
-Dri.k d welling corner Nlnetetrith
u.d Poplar streets.
.SuUmhi and llxtures. outhwei.t corn
r Kltfliteenth Mrt et and Commercial
iVi'iiue, at "a linrjfiin.
dwelling limine on do. sheet, we?
til Washington avenue.
Two limine hmi'.' n Levee street,
kliove Kihth, $2U each
Store loom on I oiiiiiiercliil avenue,
vxt to Waverlyhotrl.fi j.
Two tory house on Oiiiiuiercfal av
enue. Two tenement suitable, for shui
Store rovin. 2orner Twentieth and
I p tair of house on Commercial av-
nue, near l.th street. Suitable for
I welling, $5.
Tenement numbered 8, 9 ntnl 10
Winter' How, 6 room each for (10
tr month. In flrt-cla order.
Orphan Asylum building and preml
er. J'rnt low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Room In ration parts ol the rity.
FOULKA.SE ok sale.
Land, in tract to cult, near Cairo.
The Iran Trull."
A ?piey ckutcli descriptive ol a trip
over the. Atchiiiaoit, Tojicka and Santa
I'o railroad, the beauties', scenery itmj
pleu.-ure resorts, of the Kocky Mountain'',
by "Nyiu rinkle," the niuia and
ilrauutie critic of the New York U',
M-tit lre: on tipplicaiion, together with
11 if San .In. hi (i inapt and time
t.tlilcs. ol tliii new and popular route
Imin Kaii'-a.t City and Atcliinxi to
I'ueblo, iN'iiver and ail points in Col
orado, New Mexico. Ali.oiia and the San
Juan Mine. The lineal line of Pullman
sleeper on the continent between the
Misourl river ami the Kocky Mountain
without change. Special round trip
tourists' ticket Iron) the Missouri river
to Denver at good to stop oil at all
T. J. Anui.I:so.
Oeneral Passenger Agi nt,
I'lrlure I'ritiul .
W have this day sold to Mr. 1'..
Pnrd the entire lot of moulding tools
etc , of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. AH Her for frame
et., thotild le eiit to him or Mt at
ilii" ottl'-e. We iM .jicak lor him the lib-
rulity l patronage that has been Ih1
tovcd upon ti. Hi aortiueiit of
tooiililiiig I eottiplcte, price beyond
i iitnpetitloii arul he giinreiitces r.itifue
tiou In all ca .
Cairo. (Vt. in, uro.
It CaIKO Itl'l.t.KTIN Co.
Thnlla) Naluon -Urand rree Luitcti.
Jaekcl, proprietor ot tite popular
Thalia pahjon, corner ol Tweltth street
tnJ Washington avenue, excels all
other in hU line of huMnes In hi. free
lunche. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckcl epread a lunch which would
do honor to any aloon in the laud. Ills
friend fdiould nuUe a note of thi and
iiye Lima call. JO-dlm
J. -uri;o Melnliouar.
on Eihilt ("tree-t, two door troni Aiex
under County Batik, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a Mnooih thave
or anything clue in the barber line. La
die' and children' hair cut or rirewd.
either at the tdiop or their home.
.Mualcitl Inotrnmen t.
The btt violin, guitar and basa strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of E. A W. Buder,
corner ol Eighth etreet and Washington
avenue. They make piano and organs
a speciality. !H0-if
Try our custom made boots for boys'
nud men' wear, at O. llaythnrn & Co.'
For sale, a new top buggy and a set o!
new liamess. Apply to A. II. Iiivix.
Father, dear father come down with
My (iaiter have got a big tear,
And II ay thorn & Co., are selling them
At only twelve shilling a pair. tit
Economy is the road to wealth. Save
20 per cent by buying your boot nnd
ehoesoI'O Hay thorn A Co., Ct.
Tor a smooth cliavc, :i neat and l'ali
iotmble hair cut, or refreshing chanipoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The lct of perfumeries and
hair tonic always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment 1 the only oueintho city, and I
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer?. It
(ientkuicu should examine our neat
jilting custom made boot and shoes be
fore placing their order with shoe
maker at high price.
.M-tit O. llayllioru A Co.
Keep it constantly before the. people,
that O. llaythoru A Co., keep the iuot
complete Hue of loot wear to be found in
the city. Jl (it
l or llt'tat.
A good store room in John Kecsc's
brick building, 011 Twentieth street, near
Washington avc.tuc. Also lour good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
same building. Kent reasonable; apply
on the premises. I'M 1 in
I OH MlfclHt r
r are authorised to announce JOHN II
HUM - M a Candida lor hhenll of Alex
auder county, at (hi ronilns; county election.
W are authorised to announce I'LTKR "-AIT,
for an Independent candidate fur her I IT of Al
exander count)-, ml in enaumi county election.
LditoR III Llmnm rieaco announce ttiat I
ru oandidute lor the offlre of state Attorr.er
lor Alexander county at the November elec
We are authorized to announce GEn. W.
HtNliKllhl.JK , al a canlidate at the No
vetnlwr election, lor Slate Attursisr for A let
t tRCLlt CLERK.
We are authorized to announce WILLIAM
W M'l'lli.tll Its m a candidate for Circuit
If ik of Alexander county at the coining county
Vie are authorized to announce JOHN' y,
1 1 A It M A N as a candidate for the orUee of In
tuit clerk nt Alexander county at ttie ensuing
We are adtmriel to announce JOHN A.
Ki ll K n atatididate for tin- olllre ol liuuil
link at tli November election.
We are authorized toaunoonie W. F. PITCH EIC
a a OMU'lHUtc for the ofllte of Cir. inl Clerk ol
AlexuDiUi county at the Nuvefnler eln lion.
We are authorized to announce 1 HI 1
l. i!-K an Iri'lfiw-uJviil camlelite lor the of-Ui-e
ol Circuit llerk of Aletanler county at the
election Noeinlier . In, If.''.
IOK COfNTV COMMI.KNKK.
We are auttiorizel to announce Martin Hrown
of llielei, candidate lor County Column-
ioner of Alexamter county at the rimuiug cuunty
We are autliori7el to antiottnre.Ioll V Itl'KS
1t S. nf lluIewood ret'in-t, an a rjiu'li'lulf fur
the oni. ol I onuty Comiiiisxioner of Alcnau
! r county at tUe Noveiuler eleetion.
ASCALON LODGE, SO. SI.
KnihtK of I'ythiaa, meet every Fri
ll)' niirtit at half-axt mtven, tu UM-
Clianctrllor Coriinmn li r.
Al.F.X AM'KIt I.ODUF., NO. 2M.
s4V J- lo, iiimU every TUurmUy Mifht
wne at lialf-iiaMt M-ven, in ttinr nail on
,'ommTriut avenue, jetein tsixlh anJ brventta
rri-.-t . A, Uevohc. N (i
' im:o kncampment, o. o. f.. mt
iii o.l.l-Ki Hows' Hall on the Q ret and third
ii.'!.i in eery month, at half-past aeven
A. CoMINiia, ; I'
t AlltO I.OI
-t lloM ruruli
f 'fiiir Hull,
Nan l r.urhtli
AlltO I.OHiK. NO. 2H,A F. A A. M.
1 1 n r ronitiiiiiiiitiona in Mi-
corner Oniiiiiercial avenue
.ichtli Mrn-t, on the aerond and
i mi .Mun'lav ol ili month.
K4TF.M of Anvi:Rrii.
.11 liillB f'.r avherliainK. are due and pay
able it Abvaix t
lr.mirnt aHvertit in: ill be inacrtcd al tlx
rale if (1 ') r sture lor the. first inbertmn
and .V rent for earn mli'S'juent one A lilxirai
liM-ount will )e UiJ'lc on stan and 'Ii-pl
For insertinir Fnnrral rotiie II " Koticeol
iiif hnj of tocietien or mi ret orlrn ' ccnta for
Hiarsli, Society, Fi-Mhal and ?U.Kr notn-ia
will only be inaetted aj a hcrtiwriieuta
No advertisement will lc receivel at lesa tlian
ft centa. and no amrrtisenirnt will lie inserted
lor leatluin thrt dollar lerainntti
I Ol'AI. ni HI.M KH XOTII KN
Of one juarc (S lines space) or more, in
serted in the IJt i.Li. i in as follows : (i.e.-
than one sipt ire counted as a square.)
Ouc insertion per square oO
Two insertion per square 7.1
Three insertions per sipiare 1 00
fix lucrtloii .T square 1 73
Two weeks per square - 2 50
(.hie month per square 3 .x)
Siocittl rates made on large advertise
ments fr lor longer time,
WEDNESDAY. OCTOIJEK 25. 170.
tnrnl Weather Hepon.
Cibo. III. Oct
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7 a rn.
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ergeunt. SUrnal Jervl. I', s A.
On Washington awnue be tween Tenth
and Eleventh streets
At 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Octo
ber 25th. W0.
Title clear an I guarauN-ed !
Sale without reserve and terms cash.
Wixtfr & Stewart, Auctioneers.
There is a life scholarship worth f SI .00
In the Mound City Commercial College
of St. Louis, lor sale at a discount at the
Bi i.i.eti. ofliee. tt
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at the Bi'I.i.etis
Mrs. Daniel Lampert will continue the
barber business of her late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the supervision of John
Lampert w ho is a first-class barber and
Invites old und new customers to give
him a call. tl.
Having kept Louse lor over thirty
years and used several cook stoves, w e de
sire to say that we are better pleased
with the operations of the Charter Oak
than any stove we ever used. It bakes
peudidly,repiircs buta small amount of
fuel, water in the reservoir heats just
right; take it all in all, we think it an
absolutely jicrfect stove and give it an
TI10 ew taitoua.
The styles lor ladies' winter dresses are
beautiful. There is a rumor that hoops
are again coming in, but wo scarcely
credit it. To dress in good taste, one
should provide amplo protection against
sudden changes of the weather. If, how
ever, you contract a cold, make no delay
in securing a good remedy, bliould our
ltieuds ak our advice, we should say,
unhesitatingly, that the best specific for
pulmonic disorders Is that standard old
western medicine Hall's Balsam. It is
pleasant to take, and does Its work faith
fully. Price, $!. per bottle, and sold
by all druggist.
A sLlnwrccked sailor wailing lor a sail
is like a business man sitting at home
nuriing a cough or cold. l!et Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup and !e cured.
Buy the "La Culta" cigar of Paul 11
Schuh. Price, S cents. - tf
Iled. of typhoid malaria, in the ser
vice of Seniple, Birge A Co., Kt. Louis.
Fred E. Dietrich, only brother ot E. H
Dietrich, ol this city.
The largest and finest Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Good j can be found at Ike
Walder's, corner of Sixth and Ohio
Lerce. 9 25-1 m.
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio leyec. Ike Walder has a large
stock ot Overcoats and Men and Boys'
suits at prices to suit the times.
9 25-1 m.
has the largest and finest stock ol Boys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
In Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any aee, at ptiees to suit the
Ontcnnlitl It nil.
The centennial ball to be given at
Wa-luriytoii hall, by the Uotigh and
IJeadv tire company on tin? 0th ot No
vember, will be one of the finest affairs
ot the season. Let everybody attend. It
We would call your attention to Win
ter & Stewart's sale to-lay at 3 o'clock.
of the one-hall of the "pilot house," and
the lot w hereon It is located lot 3 in
block 43 in the city of Cairo. This is a
line opportunity to speculate, a the sale
will le positive and without reserve.
Mlttr Cvrnet Bauil.
The Cairo Silver Cornet Band will
meet at their rooms this eveiiinf at Jtalf
past seven o'clock. Inasmuch as the
meeting is one of special importance.
each and every member is urgently re-!
quested to put in nn appearance prompt
ly on time.
By order of the President.
Tu o til Mound Ml.y
It i" probable that Charles Nelson, the
colored orator of Springli .l.I, w ho spoke
here last niirht, will address the colored
M-opIe ol Pula-kl county, at Mound
ity, very soon. Mr. Nelson is a fine
ind fluent speaker, and bv his speech
a-t night ha done much fur the eaiisc of
n lorin in this locality.
lourtli Hani lul Meeting.
The members ol the Fourth Ward
TiMcn and Hendricks club, and all w ho
may wi.-h to unite with that club, will
meet at the court house, this Wednesday
evening, at hall pat seven, thirp.
Matters ol importance will be presented
for consideration. Torches for distribu
tion, etc. M. B. Harki:..!., See'y.
Ihe ' LaCulta'' takes the had of all
line cigars, lor sale by Paul H. Schuh.
Look to Tour To re hen.
1I Democrats in the city will sec that
the torches they have in their possession
arc properly filled and trimmed bclore
the night of Thursday next, so that when
the grand torch Jiht procession is
formed all will be ready to march at a
moment notice. Do not put it oft' until
to) late, but attend to it to-day.
Npeelnl Tralu .
The Cairo and St. Louis It. IL (Narrow
Gauge) w ill run a sixvial train on their
road, Thursday, the day of the barbecue
in Cairo, leaving Murphysboro at b a. tu.
Thursday, stopping at all stations, re
turning at night after the grand torch
light procession, about 10 p. m. Fare
for the round trip one and one-filth of the
w hole fare.
Mr. Charles Nelson, the colored oritur
of Springfield, who discussed the politi
cal Is-ucs with Judge Bird at the court
l.ou-e last nighr, arrived in the city yes
terday morning hikI took up quarters at
the St. Charles. Mr. Nelson was call d
on during the day by a number ol colored
Republic ms, and made quite a favorable
impression upon all w ith whom he come
Arrangements have been made with all
the railroads runnifl into this city, lor
hall fire rates for all who may wish to
attend the grand Democratic mass meet
ing and Iree barbecue to-morrow. It is
now ketOe-iist tov. Hendricks, Blue
Jeans airis, and all the orators men
tioned yesterday, will be present and ad
dress the crowd. The w ork ot preparing
the beef, etc., for the masses to be here,
w ill begin to-day.
Died at hla residence at Olive Branch,
Alexander Co., Illinois, of l'leuro-l'ueumo-nia,
Oct. lstu, 1876, ltev. Jesse Glasgow.
ills Illness was short, only'.ten dayi.whlch
be bore with the fortitude of a good chris
tian, and with hl armor cn, he met .he king
ol terrors, but not in fear.
Mr. G., was bora In Wake Co,. North
Carolina Sept, 1Mb, 1623, removed with his
parents to New Dresden, Weakly Co.,Teu
ueisee, iu 18-5, lived afterwards a tew years
iu Arkansas and Missouri, came to Illinois,
Alexander Co , about 12 years since, where
he resided until his decease.
Mr. Glasgow was licensed as a Mctuoili-t
Episcopal preacher tu Tennessee, about
thirty years sine and litis always been a
liriu and consistent follower et Ms l.,rJ
His laniily, as hi- 11.11110 indicate, was ol
Scotuk origin, and he inherited
in a grutt decree the sternly man
licessol his rare, lo his death, his family
and li ieuds lme met an irreparable loss,
and his neighbors that of a kind, good
uian, wliouu sympathies were ever nith
the needy and adiicted.
It may be truly sal t of him that he was
Ilia noblest work ol God- an honest uiau.
Peace It Irs ntcui ry, an I from t'jat book,
of books, he loved am underlined so well,
il ta proper to iptotu :
"Blessed are the dead who die in the
Dresden, Tcunca .ee papers pkac enjiy.
Al fcehnh a.
The smokers lavorite is "La Culla,"
for sale by Paul II. Sehuh. I'rlce, liye
II Hater Draok,
He w as a small sited man, w ith a sor
rowful cat t of countenance and brilliant
eyes Indicative ct sobriety and virtue.
Meeting the affable foreman ol the paper
he said :
"Where Is Oberly, the proprietor of
"Klghtup them stairs; but be careful.
he'll bounce you
Without answering, he formed a melan
choly procession and walked up stairs
and in on J. II. O. without any cere
"Well !" saluted the pro:e?slon a it
entered the fatal door.
"I am a printer, sir, In needy clrcum
Do you drink whisky straight.
mixed or otherwise ?"
No, sir; I am perfectly temperate,
and am connected with the best families-"
Do you smoke or chew ."
My father was a tobacco planter, but
I never indulge In the weed, and my
family is one of the bet '
Are you a good job printer?'
The intellectual procession only smiled
sorrowfully, as much as to say, "try
"Are you a general printer;1"
Another patient smile, then senten-
"Now. my dear sir," said Ihe iiroprie-
tor, "your success depends upou one
answerare you lrom Memphis?"
.Vu ir; " in rny trips in the great
valley I always walk around Memphis."
J. II. O. rose up and graped him by
the hand, raying
"You are rny man. Go for that job
ofliee and make things lively. Tackle the
iron merchant's work nnd everything In
sight, I will be absent for at least two
days, and I am satisfied from your ap
pearance and address that you are the
Forming another procession he
wended his sorrowful way to the job
ofliee, took ofl his duster, and for about
ten hours caused more havoc and demor
alisation than any previous procession
that had beat its way over the river
in ten months. He ran over the
small boys using Mich expressions n
'let me at it." "I'm old pic," "oh, let me
crucify it." "let inc fly at it." The mul
tifarious dutie of a general pi inter were
discharged iu such a manner as to war
rant the beliel that a prize lighter's scr"
vices would be necessary to save the
After supper he formed a procession
and dropped into Miles Parker's saloon,
accosting Jim Kinnear with
"I'm a sick man, and a temperate man
iu fact was never drunk in my life, and
wan't something mil 1 to make me
"What will you haver" said the affa
ble Jim. "'
"I know so little about drinks that
bottle labels look like ancient hiero
glyphics to me.''
"What business do you follow?''
"I, sir, through circumstances have
become a printer, but am of good lam"'
"Oh, you arc a printer ? Lemuu.-ule is
what all printers drink."
"in youth 1 turned against it. Have
you any puljuc f Give me jmlof."
"Haven't got it."
"Well let me try something. Mix me
up a quantity.''
Jim made him a gin sling. The pro
cession drank it with avidity, saying
"That don't suit me b t me try an
other kind." m
Jim mixed a rum punch. He drank
that, and gave a negative shake of the
" ' Taint the thing. Try another."
A whisky punch was next made.
That proved a tail ur, the procession
getting on the outside of it w ithout uny
effort. Then followed brandy straight.
"None of them suit me. Years ago 1
drank something out of a bottle with tl e
picture ola rooster on it. In my In. hers
mansion, in Virginia, on the Potomac.
"Wait," said Jim as a smile crossed his
fa;e, "I'll polish you oil in about three
seconds," and while the procession
mused and gazed at lnnue'l sorrowfully
in the mirror, Jim spread before him a
cocktail with sparkling beads edging it.
The procession extended his hand to
"Struck her, begod !" Mix me tip four
ol them, quick !"
They wern made and drank hy the pro
cession. "Now, barkeeper, what's your bill ;
and have you any fine-cut and cigars?"
He was supplied.
"Barkeeper, are there any buffers
around about these parts."
" Why ?' queried Jim.
"I'm on it. I don't want any small
man. Give theme largest man you can
"I don't want to see you get in any
trouble ; but if you'll just step a few
doors from here auywhere 'round
about you will be accommodated."
The procession left. In twenty min
utes lrom that time it returned,' I U lace
bearing the appearance ol having bad
tacks driven into it.
"Hello:" said Jim; "what's the mat
ter?" "This ii the liveliest little town I've
buiid in six years. Can you accommo
date me with pen and Ink :"
It was furnished liiiu. lie wrote In
the neatest kind of chirograph-
"Mr. John 11. Oberly
My Dear Friend and Patron I have
lost part of an ear and one linger, but
can whip all hell yet. I deceived you.
I'm lrom Memphis. J. Fit. Hamlet."
Shaking hands with Jim ho said
"Good bye, friend of my sorrow, I am
southward bound, to the land of tho
orange an 1 fig."
During last mouth the EquitabloJile
Insurance ( 'onipauy ot New Yorkpaid
wjili Its customary promptness, two
twenty thousand; one sixteen thousand ;
and seven ten thousand dollar policies,
besides twenty-three others, ranging
lrom one to livo thousand dollars.
An fnttrtstliiff Political Itlaciiaolon
Two Colored Man lock Horss in DebtU
A colored man named Chatles Nelson
ol Springfield. Illinois, and Judge
John J. Bird, had a very Interest
ing joint political discussion at the
court house last night. The houc
was densely packed with white
and colored people.
The audience was called to order by
Mr. Thomas W. Ualliday, and upon his
motion Mr. John H. Oberly acted as
Mr. Nelson opened in a speech ol forty
live minutes, In which he reviewed the
qualifications of Mr. Tilden tor the pres
idency, and Xr. Hayes' qualifications for
that high otllcc. He then, iu amat ?rly
manner, contrasted the condition of the
southern states under Democratic nnd
Republican rule, and showed that the ne
groes were more secure In their rights
in Democratic than in Radical state-',
lie was frequently applauded.
Mr. Bird followed In a speech of an
hour and a half, In which he reviewed the
histories of the Democrotic and Republi
can partic, and insisted that the colored
men of the country would continue to
vote with the Republican party while
they understood their best interests, lie
made a very close and able argument in
favor of the Republican party, and was
Mr. Nilson closed In a splendid argu
ment. He made many line points, and
succeeded in enchaining the attention of
his audience, and was heartily cheered.
At the close ot the tlebate, which
occupied three hours and ten min
ates, the disputants were congratulated
by their lriends.
The colored people of Cairo have rea
son to be proud ot these two colored
orators. They are both excellent talkers
and handled theiroratorical weapons very
skillfully. Nelson has the advantage of
Bird in voice, natural abilities as an ora
tor and the cause he advocates, but Bird
is superior in culture an 1 the ilet.Vils of
Nelson will remain In the city until al
ter the barbecue In Thursday, and will be
pleased to meet his colored friend- at his
hotel, the St. Charles.
GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY
t'niro. Tliurly, October Uftlh. 1T.
The Democracy of Cairo have arranged
for a grand free barbecue to be held in
this city on Thursday next, October 20,
1STG. Every arrangement to injure the
success of the barbecue has been com
pleted, nnd it promises to be the grand
est affair ot the kind ever known iu
1 1 1 k srnAkiius.
The following list of prominent speak
ers have been invited, and are expected
to be present.
Gov. Hendricks, Democratic candidate
for vice-president ot the I'nited States;
"Blue Jeans" Williams, of Indiana ;
Ex-Gov. Talnier, ot Springfield ;
Jas. C. Itobinson, ot Springfield ;
Gen. Cameron, of Chicago ;
Geo. W. Wendiing, of Shelby ville;
T. G. C. Davis, ot St. Louis ;
J.O. A. King, of Paducah, Ky.;
Arrangements have been made with
the Illinois Central, the Cairo and Vin
cennes, the Cairo and St. Louis, Iron
Mountain, and Mississippi Central rail
roads to carry passengers at reduced
Tilt BAltlitCL E.
Parties attending this barbecue may
be assured that they w ill not go hungry
while In the city. Provision enough to
feed twenty thousand people will be sup
plied. Fifteen beeves, fifteen begs and
fifty head ol sheep will be slaughtered
for the occasion.
Come, everybody, and letthis be a
grand, glorious outpouring of the De
mocracy ol Southern Illinois.
Owing to the fact that the presidential
election will take place one week from
next Thursday, the parlor concert to be
given by the ladles of the Kpiscopal
church has been postponed until three
weeks from last night. Tho ladies and
gentlemen who will take part In the en
tertainment will devote much of their
spare time to preparing for the event,
and it will doubtless be one ol the most
interesting and enjoyable concerts ever
given by this church.
"Can the Ethiojeau change his skin or
the leopard change his spots," asks one
of the old biblical authors. He wotsld
not have asked such a question had he
lived iu the days of I). T. IlabblU'a best
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Beteo Waahi&k-tcn ii Comraercia
Avinuu, adJolAUsv Haaiiy'.
KEKI'rt for SHla thr beat f, Turk, Mulu a
V tl. Lamli, batuuKC . nt la lira
iral U at-rv Uiuilina iu aa at-Awetalila urn' f
WaII tlirARTHKRT. rItVt Kr.pr,T
t. i4. 1(178,
1. I 1 r. 1 11
St. l)n a
flelow high water f IsTi
1 AMES WaT.),
Sergennt, Signal errire, C. S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Capitol City, Vicksburg.
" .fames W. Gall, Memphis.
" Andy P.aum, Cincinnati.
Grey Hound and tow.Ohio r'.er
" City of Chester, St. I.ouis.
Steamer Capitol City, St. I.ouis.
" James W. Gaff, Cincinnati.
" A inly P.aum. Memphis.
" Grey Hound and tow. South.
" .lames Fisk, Paducah.
City of Cheater. Vicksburg.
" I'. S. Tow Coat Aulta, St. Louis.
The James W. GafTfor Cincinnati and
Capitol City lor St. Louis passed up.
The Capitol City delivered here HtM bales
cotton for the Fast.
The James Fisk will arrive at two
o'clock tins afternoon, nnd depart for
Paducah and all way points at five
The. Grey Hound ntnl tow parsed
The weather yesterday was delightful.
The Capitol City made lair additions
here. She has a very soo 1 trin.
The Andy Damn passed up, making
additions of about twenty tons.
E. r. Itnnkrl'i Kilter Wine or Iron
has never been known to lail in the cure of
weakness, attecfcil with sytutitoins : Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, tliiti-
culty ofbreattiing, general weakness, honor
01 uise.tse, wens, nervcu trembling. Uread
tulhorrorof death, nll-t sweats, coIJ feet,
weakness tiiuincss of vision, languor, uni
versal lassltudo ol the muscular system,
enoriiiou ni'tite with riysr.eptlc symp
toms, hot ban 1", flashing ot tits holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid eouutenarcfl aiid
eruptions en the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the bark, heaviness ol the eyelids,
frequent black spot llini,' before the eve
witn tetrp.ila.-y sullision and loss of siy'lit,
want ot attcmiou, etc. These m inntonis
all arise from a weakness, andtortniedy
that, ttso IC. K. Kuukcfs Dittcr Wino of
Imd, It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoy inc health who bae Used it. Take
only K. F. Kimkcl's.
Uewara of countcm its nnd bao Imita
tions. As Kunkel a Bitter Wine of lion is
so well kiio .vn all oxer the country, drug
UMs thf lusclvcs make an imitation and try
to ell it off to their customers, when thty
-..II I 1.-..-I...I ,l'i . r
tail I'Ji aiiunri a iiiiii'r it lilt? Ul iroil,
Ktiukei's Hitter ine of Iron is put up
only in ft bottles, nud hasayeUowxvrapper
nicely put on the ou'sioc xvtth the pro
prietor's pltotou'rapU on tU fp.-apper of
each bottle. Alwuvs look for lit photo
irrnph on the outside, and you will always
be sure to get the cmitine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for $0. bold by Uruggta,! ana
ALU WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
K. F. Kunkel' Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy Pin Seat and htouiaeh Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the ouly aitceessiul pbj slciun
who removes Tapo Worm in two hours
alive, with hed, and no fee until removed,
Common seuse teach9 that il Tupe Worm
be removed, a'l otlmr worms can b readily
dostroved. Send lor circular to lr. Ktiti
kel, o. v.,Y) North Ninth street, l'hiladel
pbia, i'a., or call on your drug's' and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's ortn hyrup.
Price, 51.00. It never lulls.
ARE PAID 3S
disabled in line of duty, if by
ace i d en t or otherwise. A
WOl'MI of any kind, tha
lost of a ft'lnger or Toe, or
the loo of anfcye, a KI P
TI KE, if but iisht, gives
pension. Dneae of Lungs
or Yarlcoan Vela give
pension. MOUI.TY. If
discharged for wound, injuries
or rupture, you (et full boun
ty. ataVSend it stamps for
copy of Pension and Bounty
Acts. Ad'lrett all letters to
U. S. Claim Agent, Indianap
olis, Ind. TOn all letter
marV V Q. Ho B4.-fc
Iu the District Court ot th I uilcl st.itea, for the
s.outli-ru Dutrict of Illinois, in bauLruutcy,
In the matter of Michael lleilbron Ptrnard
Notice ia hereby Riven that ft petition has been
filed in "aid court by said Slicuuel lleilbron aud
tier-aril XX'eil of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander, in said district, duly declared bankrupts
under the act of couttreM ot M. rcli Und, lri7,
for a discharge and cerlillcata iliereof. lruinali
their debt, und other claims provuble under raid
net, and that the 27lhduy ot October, Is70. at
eleven o'clock u. Ill , is assigned for the hearinK
of the same by the sun! court, at the United
Mates Court riiom in the city of Sprinirlleld,
when and where ull credituM of suid bankrupts
and all other jiersous iu interest, may attend aud
bhow utilise, 'I iiuy they live, x hy the pra) rr of
suid petitions should not be granu-d
UKl). l HOW KS, Clerk.
I.inrfrar A Lansdnn, ntlonicvs tor pt titiotierj.
Dutcd t-tmngticld. 111. , Sepi. IS, A. 1. IsTi
mill I rnuklln
Iiv I lie
nail casta. .f 1 rivate, cliroiiic ai uiiiiuij ui
seaxea in all their complicated tonus. It i well
known that lr. Janus has atn.nl at the head ol
Ihtt kUiUbiuu for lhepiu-1 years. Ave and
exieiiiiicui'.-all-iiiil'oitimt. SivmiiiHl Xt-U
iiim, niKhl buses by itreania. pimple on Hie
Jiic lost nianniod, can positively he cuiteil
ladies waiiliiiK the most delicate htteiitiun, eidl
or write, licuount home for patients. A book
f.ir llie million, ilairuis'e tiuide, which tell
j-ou all about these dii-avs who should marry
--why not in tviils to pay p4.uitr.. Ir. Jniiiea
has 0 looms and piulur Voii see tin ouv but
the doctor Olliev hiiurs, a ni. In T P m Sun
day, I" to IJ. All businco eliictlv cniillilcn
Whereas, on Ihs Isth d;iy of April, A. I,
IsTJ, John 11. I'liillis, and Kucln 1 .1. I'lullis hi
wile, executed aud dehveieit to the undersigned,
tor the puriose of securini; the pityiueut . of a
certuin promissory note therein mentioned, a
trust devd to the Inllowiu desciilaxl preliiiM's,
lo-wit : l.ol numbered eurhleeii tl'l . in block
nuiuliereil lour (l, in tint t ity oft airo, Illinois,
and w ben a ilt fault baa Ut u nmde iu Uie pay
ment "I -"id note. Now, llien tore, in puru
.iHi'e of Ihe uiitlini'ily couferrH by aiti I alrtiot
deed. I will ell the above ilescrilied piciuucs,
at public vendue, to Ihe liml'eM bhtder, for
i'-h in bund, ai Die court boue diHtr ia airo,
Illinois, m Siatiiiiluy, Ihe nlh day of iicloiH-r,
A l.. t the h'Hirol i o'clock, (i lit , ol
said day, aald sale to bewilhnutrtdeiuiitiou.
Al HiKl H. ISAHf OHU, trustee.
GK1 KN' A t.ll.lir.U I' Attorneys. l
If CM TC'ur luivre lite-like ateel ngravmps
NUCniOLit the I'reaideiilial luudidalet all
Its a day
rapidly, sepil rureiivular. N i I n
lavitiu 1 o.-i-) "d'all st.,tsj ".'i-.S.V.
(Or If placed In a Una, OTer)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KVtRY STi E M
Is Mii 1W i Ml
OlR NEW 1ZE
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Marvelout Combination of
And till the Eental Points (hat go lo Male up
Most Perfect Cooking Gtove
r.xrr Ofleret to the Itibllc.
Made Only by the
Excelsior Manufacturing o.,
Vna. r,i;, mi, fits and tils' N. Min St..
St. I.onia, Ma.
C. W. HENDERSON,
Witr.iiEAs, Muria Roberts, of the County of
AltxainKraiid Mate of Illinois, bv her eel litiii
tiustdcetl, or sale mortgage, duly executed, ac
knowledged and delivered, bearing dale Ihe Istli
diiy of AuKUst, A. U , ls7, and recorded iu the
iwcorner's omce oi Aicxamler county, iu the
Mine of Illinois, iivliook of sale moi tiriiKes at
pagell.o, did convey unto Ursema4 (.reeiihy as
trustee, ull toe lollowinjf dcscrilied pn ini-ca,
situutetl in the county of Alexunder und s.ut ol
Illinois, to-v. it : 'I he southwest fractional part
of section twenty-five (if), township seventeen
(17), runt-'eiwo (J) west t also the aouthrast lrac
lioual purt ol aectiou tnenty-aix (''), in town
ship seventeen (17), in rune two ('.') nest, to se
cure the payment of a promissory note for tne
sum of one hundred and aitty-eight dollars, ex
ecuted by the said Mnvia Roberta, anil payable in
the order of the aaid Orscmn tiretnley and
whereaa, it ia provided in and by wild ttuat
lecd. t hut in case of default in the payment id
the aaid promissory note, or any pui t theie,
according to the teuor and eflect of suid hole,
then, nn application of the lexal holder of said
note, it should and rniuht be lawful for the mi
tlcrsitfncd tji'semua Oreenley to sell nnd dispute
of the said premises, and ull the i lht, title. U n
eiit, und utility of redemption of said Maria
Uobrrta, or her heirs and assigns therein, at pub
lie auction, at the wast door of ihe court hou-r,
iullie i-itytif Cairn, in the county of Alexunder
and sitate of Illinois, for Ihe highest and btat
price the Maine will bring iu cush aper havinn
advertiveti anch sa e thirty days in anv newsfia
per at that time published in the suid city of
Cairo and to muVe, execute, and deliver to the
purchaser or purch nera at (tlch sale, gwd and
aulUcient det-il or deeds of convevnnce for the
premises sold, and nut of the proceeds of such
sale to pay all costs and expenses incurred in ad
vertising and aellintf aaid premise iocliMmir
attorne) 'a fece also the pi inci.l and iuicie-l
on suid note ; and wherein, ilefjult hu l een
nni 'c in tne ptyine' t of the suid nine, prii.cipai
and interest ; now. therefore, publ'c notice M
hereby stiver , thut in p r uauce tf a.dd sale
mortKiftu auibyvirueofi e power anil au
thority to me grunted in h d by ihe s ine, an I
by virtue of the stntiite of the state, I the under
siiie.l wi l.on Kritlay the iTili day of Viv . A.
1 , IS7U nt 2 o'clock, p m.. lit west door of the
court house, in the city of t airo wli andiliHno
ot Ihe premises ahove and in aaid trust ni'rt
pire deed de. rribcri, and ull tl entlit, title ben
ellt and ecjiiitc of rrdempiion of ihe said Msria
Huberts, In r hrir or .-sittia therein, at public
auction, for the highest and best price ihe same
Will brill in cash,
OH.4KM SCRKE W EY, Sfnrtfrance.
LI V EG A II .t LAN's I Alt' lor Moniriivcv.
Oct. 17, ISTtKkii.
A Larprr Stock and Lower Prices
Than ever for CASH.
From Fifty cenU to Twenty-five dollars.
A lull line of late style corsets and hnsierv at
lower priif than ever before ottered lu
Cairo. dd straws made over, ortulcu
iu exebuuge fur law goods.
A full Stock of latdiet Woolen and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathcra, Howers, etc., of every variety aud
ul all 1'iicea.
My atoel. must be closed out, and 1 w ill give
rnv customers lieller burauins iiiun eter otlered
UfOi Mlis.l . JU'liAX,
To ! VlorUiuif Claaa We are now
pivpared lo turn loll ull classes with constuut em
ploy uient ut home, Ihe w hole of the lime, or for
tin ir s pure moments. Iusiues new, light and
j.ioiliuhlr. I'crsoue of either sex easily earn
from oo cents to $" ier eveuini and a propor
tional sum by ilevotinu their whole time to th
business, Hoys aril tiirls earu nt urly as much
asiueu. 1 bat ull w ho see this no I ue mav send
their adi'res, and lest the Inoin ns we make thia
litiparalleUd oiler: J o such as are Hot well sails
lied we will semi one ilollar to y for the
trouble of writinsr. l ull iurtu u'urs, sample
Wotili aeveial dollars tu coiiimeuce work on,
and a copy of Home and fireside, oue uf the
luiacl aud lie-t illiutruttsl pulilicutu us, all aenl
free by inall. Header, if v u waut Mrmanenl,
prolliable work, t.ltoiii.t snasoN A Co, 1'oit
tCQQCi t uh'I Iks made by every airent
kyflWWMrtj luontii iu the busuieaw we
flli'llish, but tho,-c willing lo Hoik can easily
earn a tloeti iloliiirs a dav i it'll! Ml their own lo
culities. Have uo riKiitt to e plant Itere, Kuai
uees pleusutil und Imtioi able, Women, hut s
and Kill' do as well as men. We will luruisli
ou a ciniidele onllll free. The business puts
ia'iicr ili-u any I lima- else, Wa will bear e-peu.-eol
st ulinx you, I'uitictilura f.e. Write
aud ue, r'arnurs and ntecliauice, their ws
and daughters, and all clasaesiu ueed of asyinK
woik ul home, should w lite to u and la ra tvil
alsnil the work al ouw. Now ia th. lime,
I ou t dtlay, AJdi-esa lata A to , Auusls,
AI L JalM'S
At the I'.ri una tnli.x i airo, I Hi sol ,