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J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander enuiiiy laud, 'nlro lots,
A lmiijr for St. Loul irojM rty.
A flue trsidrwc on corner llalbrook
rnu ami Twenty-third Mrit t, at a
Till! Ptltltll lliilt of tin- "Pilot" Iioiiw at
Srvi-rul tine rooms la Winter' block.
- iod two tory brick MiitHbln fur
.01 ex mill ofllccx on Commercial nvenue,
M'twren Kleventh and Twelfth.
Hrick dwelling comer Nineteenth
mhI Poplar ?t recto.
Saloon and fixtures, aoutliwtst corn
r Kijjhtcciith street uml Commercial
(Venue, at a bargain.
Dwelling bouw! ut Cro street, we
'it Washington arenuc.
Two busmen housa- n Levee street,
sbovc Klghth, $20 each
Store room on Comaicniul avenue,
iext to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Two story bouse on Commercial av
enue. Two tencmnt siiitiblt! for sbops
Siore room, 'uriicr Twentieth ;md
sdaiu of boiiseon ,omiin;n iul av
enue, nenr l'Jth street. Suitable for
TetirllH'lits lilllllbcrt.il ami lo
Winter's I tow, 5 rooma each fur $10
jmr nioidli. In first-clus.s order.
Orphan Asyittm building ami pieiiii
eii. Itent low, to a gwl teimit.
Store room, corner Twentieth mid
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
It'Miini In various part ol the cily.
I.hihI", In tracts to ftilt, iie;tr Cairo.
Hie Iron Trail."
A .pioy Kketch descriptive, id a trip
over the AtchiiHOti, Tojtck.t ami Santa
Ke railroail, the beaut ic. eencry ami
plcaurc rceorL of the 1'ix ky Mountain-1,
by "Xyin riiikh'," the mti-ieal and
ilrauialic eritii: of the New York H'wW,
M-nt tn.-e on applkatioii, together with
the San .luan fittiile, lnapi ami lime
tables ol thi new and popular route
from Kan.-at City and Atcliinson to
Pueblo, iHiivcr and all points in Col
orado, New Mexico. Ati.ona and the San
luan Mines. The line.t line of i'ulliuun
Sleepers 011 the continent between the
Miuurl river and the ltocky Mountains
without change. Sccial round trip
tourmla' ticket lroni the Missouri river
to Penver at $."0, good to top oil at all
T. J. A.MfKKHON,
(ieueral PaK-i-nger Agent,
Toi't'.K a, Kav.
I'lclnre r rnmlng.
Wu have thU day aold to Mr. K. C
F'ord the entire lot of moulding tooU
I'te.. of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All order for frame
etc., hbotild t.e rent to hint or left at
thitottli'c. We bei'itk lor bint the lib
1 rality td patronage that ha been be
stowed upon u. aijorttnent of
moulding la complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarentees satisfac
tion in all casce.
Cairo. I let. l' lNtJ.
tl Cairo Hi 11 etin Co.
1 bMliA MMloon -UrnnU free Ltincli.
Jaecktl, proprietor of the jxipular
'I halia saloon, corner ot Twelfth street
and H'a-hinfctoti avenue, exceU all
others in his line of business in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. .lacckel spread a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon lu the land. Mis
frietid-i hou!d make a note of tbl and
give biiu a calh '20-dltu
J. ueorjfe Nleiatiuuae.
on Eighth street, two door from Alex
ander County Bank, 1$ the place to get a
lashionable hair cut or a smooth kbave
or anything ele Id the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their home.
The best violin, guitar and bass htrings
in the city and musical instrumctits of all
kind can !e obtained of E. & W. Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make piano and organs
a speciality. '.i-10-lf
Try our custom made boots fur boy'
and turn's wear, at I). Ihythorn Co.'s
For sale, a new top buggy and a set o!
new harncs. Apply to A. II. Invix.
Either, dear father cotne down with
My Waiters have got a big tear.
And Ilaythorn A Co., are filing them
At only twelve ahillings u pair.
Economy is the road to wealth
20 per cent, by buying your boots and
shoes of O Hay thorn & Co., tit.
For a smooth havc, a m at ami f ish
iouable hair cut, or lefrciing champoo,
go to Ed. llraxton.al the planters' barber
parlor. The beat d' peiluincrics and
hair tonics always kept ou baud. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
(U'Dllciucu should examine our neat
fitting custom made boots and shoes be
fore placing their orders with shoe
makers at high prices.
21-t O. Ilaythorn & Co.
Keep it constantly before the people,
that O. Ilaythorn & Co., keip the most
complete line of toot wear to be found In
the city. 21-t
A good store room In John Reese's
brick building, ou Twentieth street, near
Washington ave.tue. Also lour good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
same building. Rent reasonable; apply
c 11 the premises. 10-4-1 iu
w are euUiorited In ennoniv e riILN .
kliblNM)N aa a candlla'e f.ir Mssnllnr ale,
ander county, at the coming- rsmnty election.
Wa are authorized toannouure I'fcl ER SAt'P,
fur an lndrpude.iit candidate .r Mwriffnr Al
eiander county, at the ensuing county election.
l i.iToa BettaTim rieae announce ttiat I
mri)(ll'UIfiir ibf (pr of state Attorney
lor Aleiaudcr county at (tin November !
I"n. Wm. C Mu.Ktv.
Wa are aiithonwd In announce CEO. W.
IIKMHtK KM, .IK , ax a ranjldste at the No-
em tier election, fur Mlalea Atluruey fur Alex
UKCl IT CLKUK.
We ere authorized to announce WII.MAM
W. M'i'llhh It lis) a a caniliilatc for Circuit
( lerk of Alexander county at the coining conuty
We are authorixed to announce JOHN y,
II A KM A.N an a candidate Tor the oltlce of Cir
cuit rlerk of Alexander uuunty at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce JOHN" A.
RLhYK a a candidate for the ottice ot Circuit
Clerk at the Novtmlier election.
We are authorized to an nouni W. F. I'lTCHf.R
as a candidate for the iifllce of Circuit Clerk or
Alexander comity at the November election.
We are authorized to announce t.YKl'S
( UiK a an Indi'iienittnt candidate for the of
fice of Circuit ( lerk of Alennder county at the
election Novemtier "lb, l7".
FOR COIMV COMMISSIMNKK.
We arc authorized to announce Mail in Ilrown,
of 1 hclies, aa a candidate lor t oiiuty Commis
sioner of Alexander county at thcen-uinK cminty
We are auttiorie.1 to announi'etMlIN HI'KS
'I N. of llHlfW.HHl irei'in t, an a candidHte for
til ofuoe of oiiuty t niniiiivioner ol Alran-d'-r
county at the NoveiuU-r election.
ACAI.N IMHiF., NO. fd.
kmifhlx ol I'ythiaa, mci-tn every Kri
dy nitrlit at nall-i.aft wven, in d l-
r. ll ,n' Hall ll'is t,
I l.am-cllor Commander.
AI.KX N!Mt t.DDt.K, NO.
Indendent order ol Odd-Kcl-low,
iiitn every Thursday niRht
at lialf-iMiet M'ven. in their hail on
oit.1111 rrjal aM-nue, lti n Mxth and Seventh
r N. A. IUvuhc, N U
'VVIIiH I.N( AMI MF.NT, I . O. tnerla
iinO'.-K'Mr' Hall on the (lent and third
in f la in very month, at half-paM wven
A. Conn.", (' P
A I Alttdl.olx.K. NO . SIT.A.F. A. M.
ll"l 1 rettmar coinmunirationa in Mi
ouic Mall, corner Commercial avenue
and f.itrhth itntl, ou the second and
' iitihJI'iii'Uv hfiw li month.
HAIKH 4r AIVf.Kriil
lAU hilla for advertising, are .Cie and pay
able IH ADVAKtt
Iransient advertiaitiK will lie inserted at tin
rale of II r njuare for the firet icH riinn
and .VI -nU for ecU aubuent fine A lilral
diacount will be ma le on ataudins and li-pl
I or InnertioK Kimrral notnc 1 ii Notice ol
nieetinK of aocieliea or avcret orKra " cenln for
Charch, -iety, festival and 5u)ir notlcea
will only be inserted aa advertiseraenU
No advertisement will be received at lesi than
51 cents, and no aovrrtiM incot will Ije inserted
for le than three dollars l-er month
I OC tl. Ill Kl.M.H SOTII KK
f one njuare I") lines lipacc) or moro, in
serted In the Bt i.i.KiiN a follows: (l.ee-
than one squire counted a a tjuare.)
One liirtion wr square
Two inertioti per tquarc.
Three Iniertion per K'juare
Six lnertlona ier equare
Two week jicr njuare
tine month rT jijtiare
Special rated made on large advcrtUe
uient or for longer time,
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27. 17C.
Lornl Weather Keinr.
Scra-euut. .Signal oervi-'v. I'. S. A.
The "I.aCulta" tuke the lead of all
line cigars, tor sale by Paul II. Schtib.
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart iS
W inters auction room.
At Kebuh a.
The smokers lavorite Is "I.i Culta
for sale bv Paul II. Schub. Price, live
To Adtlrcaa the Uadicwla.
The Hon. Dan Muun, who arrived in
this city on W ednesday, will, by invita-
tion.addrcss the Republicans at the court
The largest and finest Stock of Cents'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
W'alder's, comer ol Sixth and Ohio
Miinlol Alio Men.
To call at the corner oi Sixth street and
Ohio leyee. Ike W'alder has a large
stock ol Overcoats ami Men and Boys'
suits at prices to suit,tlic tunes.
Ilouackeepera, Addition !
A complete outfit ot furniture, almost
new, all line and in good order ; just the
tiling lor a couple going to hoii-ckcei-
ing, apply to Geo. Turner, at tho St
Charles hotel. PK.'7-ot
Fr Nile or
l.eaae - fhe
This well known and popular hotel is
now oftered lor ale or lease, 011 easy
For particulars inquire 011 the 1
ics. Thi. B. Ellis,
m -2'i-tf. Proprietor,
l.nrue Aurliou Hale,
SATURDAY, MONDAY, 10 O'CLOCK,
01 roH;u 2Sm, lS7t!,
, at the
Auction Rooms of Winter A Stewart, No.
Ill Commercial Avenue,
Comprising one complcto black walnut
bedroom set, bureau and washstand,
marble topped, carpets, pictures, vases,
looking glasses, sewing machines, plush
and eain bottom chairs and rockers, beds
ami bedding of every description, in
cluding feather pillows and bolsters,
slips, etc., glass and queensware, stoves,
sale and. an assortment of miscellaneous
articles ; also a lot of shelving and coun
ters. WlXTER it Si BWART,
CAIRO, ILL. Oct. M
time Hah j 1h. Wind. Ycl. I Wbai
7 am. wt.irt.i 1 1 0 clear
11 ; an iii: i fK I 1 do
It p.m. I tl K J 4 do
JO.lyi ; u' I N W J 4 I fmr
VICTORY IN THE AIR.
OBAHD B0CCE8S OF THE DtMOCKATIC
Thouitad Feoplt AntmbU to
Democratie Meat andi Lliten to
Ureal Npeerliea ttj Uov. Hint. Urn,
an me run. Jail(e H . J. Allen
nit niarlea Melavn.
The Urnnrteat Torrlillsjht lllailny
l;er Keen In Cairo.
The Democratic meeting and barbecue
yesterday was a grand success, view it
in whatever light we may.
The day was all that could have been
wished for bright and WHrin. The
crowd In attendance was lancer by odds
than was anticipated; ami although
fifteen beeves, tiltcen hogs and fifty head
of sheep had been slaughtered for the
occasion, It was found the committee had
not provided too much meat.
The crowd in attendance was v ariously
estimated at from five to tight thousand.
We believe there was not less than six
thousand people present. The Cairo and
Yim cnncs, the Illinois Central and the
' airo and St. Louis railroad ! all run ex
tra trains, ami all brought largo delega
tions to the city. M i-.souri and Kentucky
wire well reprcM titcd, the ferry boat
Three Mates and the transfer steamer
Morgan bringing large numbers on every
trip. Mound City an 1 Pula-ki county
ctit down an iuiiiii'iie del
egation, iho-u from Mound
city bunging one hundred torches with
them iu order to take part in the parade
at night. The country precincts of Alex
ander county, as well as L'nioii and .lack
ou counties were well represented. The
steamer .lint Fi-k, wtiich arrived at about
half-pat tuclve o'clock, brought a large
delegation f rom Pa lucah and intermediate
points 011 the Ohio river.
All the trains and boats .having arrived,
at one o'clock a pro:e.?ion was formed
on Ohio levee and Sixth street, and the
iiuiiieu-e crowd inarched to the barbecue
ground-, where they arrived at two
o'clo'k. Arriving on the ground, din
ner was announced, and the crowd went
at the barbecued meat and bread with a
hearty good will.
Dinner owr, at three o'clock the
crowd was called to order. Mr.
Tho. W. Ilalliday, and Mr. John II.
Oberly were cho-en to preside, and
in a few remarks thanked the assembly
tor the honor conferred on him, and con
cluded by introducing
Ex-Gov. King, of Kentucky, to the au
dience. Gov. King made an eloquent and
forcible argument, arraigning the Repub
lican party for its manifold short comings
and crimes, and proving conclusively
that as a party it was no longer
lit to be iutrustcd with the administra
tion of the affairs ot the government.
He gave the colored men present some
good advice urging upon them the Im
portance of excrciaing tm right ptimti
teed them under the laws to be free
men and not mere machines in the hinds
of political demagogues. Gov. King's
speech was forcible tit.d logical. The
speaker was frequently Interrupted by
The next speaker was Gen. Chas.
Cameron, of Chicago. Gen. Cameron is
one of the finest speakers in the State,
and his speech yesterday is acknowledged
on all 6ides to have been a masterly and
telling arraignment of the Radical party.
The General di?cii?sed the questions of
the campaign in so clear and simple a
manner as to make every point thor
oughly understood by his hearers, and
was loudly and enthusiastically ap
plauded. At the conclusion of Gen. Cameron's
address. Mr. Oberly. president of the
meeting, proposed three cheers for the
speakers and for Tllden, Hendricks and
Ylctory, which were given with a will.
It was thenjannounoed the meeting would
adjourn for supper, Tatter which Jthe
torchlight procession would take place,
with more speaking at the Tenth street
bands tand. The crowd then dispersed.
Owing to the lateness ot the hour at
which we write.it is impossible to go Into
detail in giving an account of the torch
light procession. Suffice it to say it was
the grandest afl'air of the kind ever wit
nessed in Southern Illinois. There was
fully one thousand torches iu the proces
sion, beside three brass and one martial
baud of music. A company of one hun
dred horseman bearing torches, brought
up the rear. The procession
formed 011 Ohio levee, and under
direction of Chief Marshal W ilscn
and his i's.-istants inarched down
Lev pe street to Second, thence to Com
mercial avenue stud up the avenue to
Twentieth street, down Twentieth to
Wahington avenue, and down Welling
ton avenue to the Tenth street band
tand, where the speaking was to take
plac.'. The scene at the stand when
the immense proeesMon inarched round
and round the stand, w as one the like ol
which was never before seen iu Cairo.
The whole space for a block up and
down the fefrcet was one swaying mass
of lire, ami p
and bcautilul si
and piOMiiled a bewii'leriusr
Judge Wm. J. Allen was introduced
and received upon his presentation to the
crowd, loud cheers. 1 u a most able man'
ncr, he eloquently and loreloly discussed
somo vt the most salient issues of the
camp reform and the iuability ol the
Republican party to reform itself; the
corruptian of the government ; the tluan.
cial question ; the characters of Tilden
011 the one hand, ot Hayes on tho other;
the characters of Cullom and Lew Stew
ard, and closed with an ardent appeal to
the people to vote the national and statu
Democratic tickets. The speech was re
ecived with great favor, being frequently
Mr. Nelson was introduced to the au
dience by Mr. Oberly, and liistautly won
the sympathy of the crowd bj his plain,
honest, unassuming, and yet forcible and
tnovindDg a)ann9r. UeUiKHttedibcr
attoiin noting beta-ecu the Republi
cans and the Frctdmt n ; referred to tbe
Frccdmrn'e bauk and Ibn robbery
through it, by tbe Republicans, of two
and a half millions ot dollars of the
hard-earned savings ot the colored men
of tho South ; he tpok of the southern
outrage business and ol the lact that out
rageskilling of negroes never took
place except a few weeks before elections,
and that then the national government
Is always called upon lor troops to pro
tect the colored man In his right to rote ;
he gave Lis people some excellent and
sound advice about taking care of them
selves and being the tools of no party
and no men ; he said peace and pros
perity would never come to the Wpt
until It had come to the South, ami that
It would come to the south through
good will betwrcn the races and an ac
ceptance ot the lact that their
interests were Identical and would
not be separated; he arraigned
the Republican party lor its
failure to bring peace to the different
section, and charged that laving claimed
to rectie the colored man from slavery
it now wanted to redu -c him to pohf icil
The latency of the hour forbid a lur.
tlr synopsis of Mr. Ncl-oi.'s interest
ing, sensible, humorous and eloquent
speech. He was interrupted frequently
by the hearty applause of the crowd.
At the conclusion of Mr. Nelson's
speech Mr. Oberly suggested three cheers
for the Democratic colored man, and the
crowd cheered I1M11 to the echo. Cheer
were al-o given lor Judge Allen, nn l
Tilden and Hendricks.
The gentlemen who managed the bar
becue, the speaking, the torchlight pro
cession, and tho several committees, de
serve tic; thanks of the Itrimniwy of
Cairo and Southern Illinois. While it is
impossible at this late hour to individual
7.", wit may say that one and all. lroni
the least to the greatest did th' ir w hole
duty, and did it well.
Theater goers and all mh.1i as keep
late hours arc very liable to contract a
seycrc cough or cold. A sale and reli
able cure is Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The price is only ." cent".
ol. Towncs, of Jonesboro.'w ho ar
rived iu Cairo yesterday , met with a cau
cus of Democrats and withdrew from the
Democratic senatorial ticket, with the
understanding that Judge Hilemau
would also withdraw, which the latter
gentleman did. The Hon. Jesse W are of
L'niou county will be the Democratic
candidate lor senator, and will, it is not
denied, now that Mr. Nellis Is tho only
opponent, be elected by a big majority.
'Hell bath no fury like a woman
scorned," sings the poet. These raging
female licuds would not exist, if nothing
but B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap was used.
For every woman would look so clean
and nice under the magic influence of
Babbitt, that scorn would be impossible.
Women, who desire to retain beauty and
good look", ue this soap for the bath and
Nearly a thousand policies a month have
been the average new issues of the Equit
able life insurance society through the
"hard times'' of the past summer. Dur
ing this season the leading business men
of Cairo have taken new policies on the
Tontine plan, each ranging in amounts
irom three t ten thousand dollars.
Mrs. Daniel Lanipert will contitiue 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 tirst-class barber and
invites old aud new customers to give
him a call. tt.
The luneral ot Mr. J. II. Phillips took
place yesterday afternoon. The deceased
was one ol Cairo's most esteemed and re
spected citizens. His remains were
taken to Greenville tor interment.
has the largest and finest stock ot Boys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
in Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any age, at prices to suit the
Fifty reams, pocket note heads, eight
pouuds, just received and lorsale, whole
sale or retail at the Bi i.i.ktin office, tl
20,i)i)0, No. C and CJ euvclopcs, assor
ted, for sale at the Bi llmix office, tf
James (. Blaiiio is expected by our
Republican brethern. to make a speech
in this fit v tni the third ot November.
Miss Pci tio Munn, of Chicago, is in the
city. She is at the reidence ot Mr. and
Mrs. Piersou, on I itth rtrcct.
There is it life bchularshi'i worth SS1.U0
in the Mound City Commercial College
of bt. I.oui?, lor sale at a discmint :i the
lii Mills ollicc. i tl
La t uIIm.
i.uy the "l.a L'ultit" citr tf lud U,
schnli. l'rice, 5 cents. tf
Mothers can acciua health fur their rliil'
drcD aud rest lor thrmachrt by the use. of Cat'
win, a ncc auMUtuie iur vuaior u. Jt u
aWlutely liariulcaa. ami Uaa tdeaaaut to take
aa honey. For WinJ-Collio aour atouiacli,
worm or cnustiiation, lor young or old, there
i nothing in niulcncc lik it. Il lsci u.iu,it
wcuyt ia I'licap.
vsacu wciutR, Kuuinaiiaiu, cia
c4a, awettiuga,- piiu, -etif joiuta, burn
aealda, oiaoDOU( bitaa. anil all dean, bone aad
muscle ailiueula, can be abeolutely cured by the
CeuUur UvUutuit, ,V'uat the. W uit ,l,iimeut
U for the Buiuaa tauiily. Ue tallow I.Uijuu(
U for tpaTiovd, jceUtsi aad lama lioraea aud aol-
(.'lino, Oct., 23 1, 187(5.
ilusiocss for tbe first three days of tbe
present week continued very good. Yes
terday, bowever, thcro was a state of quie
tude in all branches of tbe wholesale Hour
aud grain trade. This was owing to the
great Democratic mass meeting and tree
barbecue. The city was crowded with n
large mass of people from all the neigh
boring townes and cities oi the three
states, who come not to transact bulne,
but to take part in the demonstration.
The grocers, confectioners, saloons and
restaurants received tbe patronngc ol the
On the rivers, business continued ff.ir,
w ith rates to the south unchanged.
In the flour market there h little
change to report. Receipts since Mon
day have been liberal, and stocks are
now good, of oil grades. The demand
has been moderate. Hay is not changed.
There still exists a scarcity ol choice, lor
which there is a good demand, while
coinnun Is plenty ami dull. Corn is in
good supply and dull at prices quoted in
our last issue. The supply of oats is
ample for the moderate demand. Prices
remain about as lat quoted. Meal and
bran arc very quiet. Meal has been, and
is now almost entirely neglected. There
is a good supply ol both country and
city meal, which Is offering at $2 20 to
2 25 for the former, and $2 l.' to 2 20 for
There is an overstock of all kinds of
butter. Inferior is very hard sale, only
choice being in demand. There ii Mill
a great scarcity ot eggs. The demand is
good at lTls cents per dozen.
Poultry Is quiet. The supply is iigltt,
but equal to tlseilcmand. Young chick
ens will not sell. The only di mand
Common and medium apples arc
plenty, and find no buyer.-. Of strictly
choice there arc few. The demand for
theiii i good at price" quoted below.
fifrtfOur friends should bear iu inimi
that the prices here given tire only for
sales from first hands iu round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Stocks are good. The demand is mod
erately lair lor all grade. The following
sales were reported : 4'JO bbl., various
grades, city, $ 1 00 $S 50 ; 2U0 bbls., va
rious grades, $1 23 (S 0 23 ; 100 bbl,, va
rious grades, $4 50 57 00; 200 bbls .va
rious grades, $-1 00 $0 50.
Common hay is plenty and dull.
Choice Is scarce and iu good demand.
We note the sale of 1 car timothy, $12 00.
This market is quiet. There 1 s a good
supply. The demand Is very light.
We note the sale of of 1 car w hite in
Oats are iu good supply, with a very
moderate demand, at quotations. Sales
were; Two cars, mixed. In bulk. 32c;
1 car, mix d, iu bulk, 3Jc; 2 cars, mixed,
in bulk. 30c; 2 cars, mixed, in bulk, 2'Jo.
This market is very quiet. There is a
good supply of both country and city
meal. City is held at $i 202 25 ;
country, $2 132 20.
This market is well supplied and dull.
Wa note the sale of 400 sacks, 55(u,C0e.
There is an overstock ol all grades ot
butter, with a very moderate demand.
Only choice w ill sell. Sales noted were
4 packages, Southern Illinois, l220c;
5 packages. Southern Illinois, lsi 2 ;
200 lbs Northern, choice, 2ir.i-.T.c.
Eggs are very scarce aud in good de
mand at l.(a ISc. We note tin- sale of
100 dozen. ls!c.
Only old hens will sell. Young chick
ens are not wanted. Sales reported were
1 coop old hens, $3 00 ; 1 coop voting
chickens, $2 00 ; 2 dozen roosters, $2 00.
Choice apples are In demand at quota
tions. Common aud medium won't sell.
Sales reported were 10 bbls., choice,
$2 23; 20 bbls., choice red. $2 002 20.
We noli the sale of 2M
bbls, 1 itiv
iiii)i;s and l i lts.
Siii-.Ki' Pi lts tireeti. Tocfi ?! 2"i; drv;
4iX..'Jic; sucarinjs, lU(,20c.
l'l iis Beaver No. 1 $2 ."ui; No. 2
itf; X. 2 SI; No. : 2; No. I 1.0,
Mink No. 1 1 ; No. 2 75c; No. :i ."(
No. 1 i(K-. Paccooti No. 1 7lc : No.
ltie : No. a 2tk-: N o. I I tic. Skunk No.
1 .e No. 2-Oc; No. ;t ;t(lc; No. I l.V
Fox li ray No. 1 1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. J
f0c;rcd lox No. 1 $1 : No. 2 75i
Opossum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 N: ; No. 3
35c. Mtiskrat No. 12te; No. 2 15c; No
A l'lc. Hear No. I If 10; No. 2 7 No. 1
$3; No. 4fl. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2 $! 75 ; Xoll l ; N o. 4 75-j
rratrw oit No. t ft J; .No. fc
Wild 't :!. Hniise Cut lm-. Ha l;cr
We riuotc Parailiso and Mt. Carbon or
track, lump, $3; nut. $J ; dclivcml c a
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75,
delivered per Binglu ton, lump, $1 ; mil
3 2o; liauin or JiarrisMiirir coal ot
track per load, lump, $27; uut, $1; dc.
li voted rH-'r ton, $3 .al; I'ittsbur pi r
t ar loadi on tack, .o per ton.
WiiicltkAS, John n. 1'hillU, and Rachel .1.
I'uillia hi wile, by their ocrtain sale inorl
ae, eiecutcd aud dclivereil to the iiinlcrsiii;cd
ou the 'J-d day of April, A. I.. I-.", .h.l. .,r
the pill poc ot w 'O iiif a ccila:u iuiuiouiy
Hole llicniu liiculionoi, HilhIhukc to Ihe uudci.
kiKUtsl the tidloitinK uec.ilcd piVuiises, lo
wlt : Ihe undivided oue-hui of lot uuiuberrd
two fi). in block nuiuliervd three ( i),in tho
1 ily ol I'uiro, Illinois i aud wtu-rrua driuult baa
beu made iu the payment of aaiJ uol i uuw,
therefore, iu liursiuuiu of the authorily con
fcrred by aaid aala inorlgaKe, I will aull the
above iteacribed prvmisea, at public vendue, to
the highest buMcr, for rasb iu baud, at the door
of tbe court bouse, is ( air", UUiiois. on Kalur
dar, October Jbsth. A. P., ItCu. at the kuur of
o'clock, p.m. ,'.of aaid day, aaid sale to be with-
Il.rRFDB 9 AFFORD, Mortyap
CRECN Jt UiLUavltT. Attorney. d-.-H
Mssoi City Ccaiffls:c!al :!!::
St. Louis, Mo.
TH03. A. RICE, A. M. 1. 1.
JAS. RICE, A. M.,
J. H. HUHW00D.
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $31 03
AfoST Cniiiilitc, Hmroiiirh arid I'mrticul
Altuut.i' of Mil ly 111 the I'niicd tate it
cinire Indi-peiiMMc t'i every Ji'iujjr man cm
linrklnir "ii tli cf life.
For Illustrated Circular.
A. I; H I", A.
M., I.. I.. !!..
F&ICSS RES3SS9 TO SUIT THS I13K3
Room and Coard, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room au'l Board. 3d Floor f '2.00 TerDay
Special Rate by Week or Month
A limited mimlx-r it very denni'ilc l:imi!v
rnniiiH can be secured at n;imiii;ille rate?! lor tin
Tin St. t baric is the larpetandtct anpnint
ed ItoiiM! in Southern Illinois, mid is the l adnia
lioti I in Cairn. Niitivlliialiiinliiitf tho "lied
Kock" rcduclinn in prices, the. tnhlu Tvill,a
iiuul , lie lilierully nipplied with the very U-t
ol everything that can be found in market.
i inc l.ir?c sample rooms for commercial trav
tlcr. on proiind floor, tViof eharcrc.
0"AII iMnritticpitf jfine-t" convejed to and lroni
the hotel wilhoiit cliurirc.
JI.W KTT WII.nK CO. . .
t:. I'. liiinUcl flillrr Wine of Iron
Uus never been Vnmvn to fail in tun euro of
vc:ikue., attended with hyinptoniti ; indis
position to exertion, luas of memory, illtli
eiilty oriircathin, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous, trcniblin. dread
ful liorroruf ileuili, niht events, cold lect,
weakness, dimnes of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot tho muscular M-dcm,
enormous uppctita witli dyaprjitiR sj-iiip.
totns, hot hands, flashing ol'tlie boJy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid rouutenurca aiid
eruption on the face, puiifyiii? the blood,
pain in tin; back, heaviness (it the eyelids.
frequent black t-pots 11inir before tu even
with temp nary autlision tind los cf fijiht,
want ol nUent'icn, etc. Those gyniptouis
all arise from a weakness, and 1 1 r. meJy
that, use K. F. Kuukel's P.Uter Wine d
If a. It never tails. Thousands ftre now
etijoytiiK' health who uae used it. Take
Otily'lC. F. Kuiilid'a.
Bewaro of counterfeits and base imita
tions Aa KuiiWel's bitter Wiuo of lion is
so well kti .vti all over the country, Uriiir
irists tiiciusclvt'i iu l.e n imitation an I My
to scl it oil 'o i U- r cus'oim rs, when :ht j
call (or Kunki 1'. 1! tie Wine ol Iron,
Kunke a liit er ltie of Iron Is put up
only in ?l bottles, and lias syd'.oA wrapper
iiiccl lut on t tie ou s- e Willi Ihe pro-
pnet .r's pliofoir--ip:i on th- wrapper ol
erten bot Ic. Auvhvs look f t 'h pli ito
entv on he ut-iJ", and you will hIvsuv-
bn sure to k t the ucnume. One dollar p i
b dtie. or six for t;. cl i by druis s and
ealers every where
Al.i WOKMS KEMOVfll ALIVE.
E. F. Kui'kel's W orin Syr-'p never fails
to ites roy Pin Sent an l -loinu' li Worms.
Dr. KunKel, the on y hucchksiuI plij siciat
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
n'ivc. rv i i tt lie .U, and no tee until rctiioveil.
Common sense teaches that it Tape Worm
be 'Pinoved, all oilier worms can be rendi y
de-troved. Jseiul mr circular to lr. K,.n.
kel. No. 2.V.I North Ninth street. I'lnl-tdel-pliia,
l'a., or pill on your diui-t rnd uk
for a bottle of Kunkcl's unu iup.
Price. Sl.im. It never tails.
How To Make Money.
We will state that the surest, bet and
speediest way to "multiply and iticteuse"
is to call at No. 12 Wail Mr'i et. Nw York,
and consult with Alex Frolhiiighaui ,V Co,
These gentlemen, who have lout; been
Idetditicd with tbe hi-tory and aUairs ol
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary atl'ilrs, and in everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and protteiency. It may also be aaid that
of the many ltrokcrsin that city they are
not only tbe most popular, out aiso tue
most successful, best putronired, and most
widelv known iu or near the viciuity of
Anion the customer ot tbe house of
Alex Frotbin:liaiu & Co , are some of our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
tinii lor much ol the wealth they now on.ioy.
During the lout; und successful exper
ience ol Messrs. Alex. Frothing ham it Co.,
in this city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity and faith, und enjoy a business almost
colossal in it proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year ia something wonder
ful, ami olten tortus the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
cilices iu Wail street to prove the tiuth of
the above statement.
How they uianae to convert $10 to 2d
$2u to l, rlt into jt-ni, ami so cu, N u
secret which thev alone can explain; but
that they succeed in doiusf so is a lact too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
would satelv and profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate lo favor this linn
w ith your cah and eonlideiicc. That by so
doiut; you will reap au abundant reward,
the experience ot thousands ot our best
citiciis attest. The necessity of taking
such a coui -c in these times of lottcrim;
banks and linaneial stringency mini, he ap
parent to Hie moat indifferent and careless
Messrs- Alex, ffolhin.-lmui ,V Co., arc
prepared to invest money to any amount in
tho bett sejuiities, aud in every transac
tion in which thry may be eincayed guar
antee entire ati.slaction lo those who honor
them with their patronage.
t jVScud for their Fxplanatory Circular
and Weekly Itepot ts, which they mail tree
to all who dosha tliein. A. )'. Afc-
p-Us,'uAniUn ls7t. 7-l.i-eod:Jm;l
4ltorncy ut I.nu.
OFFU K : Atrcaidcuce on Ninth Street, I
tweinWiabiiia'Uiu avtuuo aud Walnut si
lixO tUakrlltll Mllal aXiar
a Dl lVLtS atLtU DaaaiUaf
ilyliUV tti Ui ntiu
Of UiA AUaM WlUt it frbutvt.
hm- uiwutrrttl ill U-
4. U ni' of rvprtniurtiuu bu U
M tnilV UAltltV
nnaTm-4 iiiioi. ial kui
HJIttj IlJ UllUUltt aafjaHl ft&UtiiiA fUkd l d blVarl
icau '. Hivarrvtj Kit
tiki UU bu U afMU-V Iter tatmilU, Wai aUtlWAUM, fttiA
U IM With
MurrutaM CalilJa in thm wuiU. ftria MU Msniai
turn muLiutt miy t ouutuliwl panottallj or
any ofttMtiiiLitu awMtiuurti in liia vurk.AoaU
limit uu tn
Of Every Ueacrlpliuu
COLD FIRST SEASON.
TO Pital km irsii W.: Urn,
a a aa
Ca2E27l7L AS III OPScT Slltf,
And ;i per.'.-, t .iu!ii;...!i.,.i ..;
X'jT'lf your 7 iir.v r '.
ttieiit, m'im.I ' . .
; 11 a.-i;it-
EXCELSIOR iAKUFAOTHiG CO.
612. 611,ei5&i!: K.;Lu .Vrcs,
ST. LOfJIfl, HO.
C. W. HENDERSON,
In I lie luitnet Court of the United Mates, for the
."oulhern Distikt of llliunh, l i bankruptcy,
I;i die matter of Michael lleilbron & Hcrnard
Notice is hereby Riven that a ictirton has been
tiled in ssid cum t bv said yiichail ileilhron and
llrr. ard Wed of ( airo, in the cnuntv of Alex
ander, in said iU?irict, duly declined bankrupts
under the act of roiiiire-s ot -M.ive.ri Ui-d, ImIT,
for a ilNcharRe and certlrtcate thereof from all
their debts und othercluiUi provable nuder null
act, and that the ifTth day ol irllier. IMT. at
eiex en o'clock a. lu , Is ngsiKntil lor the heanmr
of the runic by the said court, at dm United
Mates Court room in the cily of Sprintriield,
when und here all crevb tors of paid bankril'itd
aud nil other persons in interext, iiiuy attend and
show can-e, 'f any Ihey have, why the prayer of
ruil pL'UUou.-i suuiiKi noi ue grain il
ur.o. i-. r.u r.., c iera.
t.liiepar A tjiiisdau, ationievs for petitioneis.
liatcd .-pnnntk-ld, ill., .ept. 1?, A. 1). IsTt
.tlortjf nuee'a Nnle.
WiiF.Kf.AS, Maria Roberts, of the Count v ot
Alexander :nd Mate of Illinois , by htr evitaiu
trust ilvtsl, or sale luortKe, duly rxecutol. uc-
knowleiuvl uml iteliveiol, ocariuK Hale ihe l?th
day of Ai.i;u.st, A. 1 , ls,"6, and rccordeil in H e
Ib'order'a uliice of Alexander county , in ihe
-Lite of Illinois, in hook . of suit moi ijjuKLt a'
pnpe J-' , diii couvty uulo oisiuiiis i.rvti.l. j us
trustee, all t.l; fol.owieir descrilnd ti mi e.
-iiuaied In the county of A 'CXiiiuler au. c
Illil.UlS tO UU. I lie nulllh fnt f I acllOI.S I pi.l t
of section Iwenty-Svt (-t.), tuuiieh tev l.icu
UT) riinyeiwo west ; also the s utuat '.V.u-
lolKtl put l Ol scelioll ISVClltV-S-X ( . ) , III IfUIr
hip i-eventet ii (17) , in vuia e i I, u) e.l tu . e
cute the pu luetu oi h proininsitr i oi, fo li.t1
mini ol'i.iiv iiuiidrvl u'td -niy-ei-i.l , ,ou. i, rx-
'cutctl by Ihe said Mart i Itob. iu -. pj.nlii- in
heurdefof ihe snio oisenms l,ieei,le j ai il
ulienus. it la pmvi'lcil in nnU l. ;.i'i l u.-t
dec I. that in cjise ol ilel.iuit in Ihe p mem of
tliessid promissory note or ntiv p.irt tueiri-'t.
accordii. t the tenor and i tTect i f said i etc
tnen, on application ot thelevul holder of sai l
uule, it shou d aud ininUi lie luwltil lor the uu
dersijc cil i irseiuas Ciievidey to sell ar.d ili.-pose
f the said premites. and all the rtslit. title, ben-
elit, lilld Ctpilt of i f It l u .1 n li of taid M nu
Itolicrts. or her h 'lrs ami a-.;iid therein ut pub
lic auction, ut ti'e wl itor of ihe i urt houie,
iu the cily of Cairo, lu the county of Alvxandei
und frlnte of lilinoiK, fir the li i v ti - f und list
price the same will brinpr III ciith nrer having
advertised such sale thirty days in nny newspa
per nt that time published in the raid city of
Cairo mid lo male, execute, mid deliver lo ihe
purchaser or purch isi rs ai such taie. f.-ocd uii'l
sullli ient dee or deisls of conveyance for the
pn-n,L-ts sold, und ouiof the prm Mils of such
ale to pay all cost and cTjieinen incurred in aa -VcrtUlUK
und celling aiT prciiuj-e. inr.ludirit
attorney's fees, nl-io tire priuoipal und interest
on said lit to ; mid, vhere;i, li. nult has Iteeli
ma'te in the pa-, n.eut of llie said note, principal
and interest ; r.ov, therefore, public notice is
hereby iciven, that iu p ir.-uiiuee i f said sale
mortifiuie. and by irtue ol'ttic power anil au
thority to me prnnted in und by tha ejine, and
by virtue of the statute ot the "tife, I. Hieuudcr-
lJli.-l. oi, on I nil:), liie I. in nu fi ,ov , A.
!., lsT, ut l! o'clock, p m., ut wet door of the
court house, In the city of Cairo, sell and dispose
ot th premise above and ia eaid trust i.irt
jruiredeed described, and all therinht, title, ben
ellt and equity of rcdeJn)itioii of the said .Muria
Kobsrl't her heirs or as-ijrii then In, nt public
auction, for the hijruest and best puce tin uac
will brioa in cn -h.
t It s K M a S C It EE v t.FY, M ,rtairee.
LINKCAH A LAN-lt.N. Att'ytor Mort).MKee
id . 17, 1s7i.i si .
A Larger Stock and Lover Prices
Tban fever for CASH.
t'n.iu fifty cent j to i'wenti -live dollars.
A lull line of lute style cornets and bo.sicry at
lower prices tluni ever Is lom ofti letl ri
alio. il. I tiaWs made over, ortukcu
iu exchanges l r new goods.
A full S'ocl. of La 1!' s M o.iUn an t olton
RIBBONS AND LACES
tValhrrs, Flowers, etc. , of every variety and
at all l ii.'io.
My 'm, nai.-t I closed out, and I will (.-ive
niv i:ll-to!lu 15 beticr liai-alll. Iliun i ter nfterwl
T ? 7 f V V
i t 1 i V i
I ? ?
To the Uorltiuij ( laaa M"e are bow
lucpurcd lo tui uUii all c!n-.e- n nh constaut em
pU.ynunt at home, the whole of the tune, or lor
l heir spare moments. Jhtolnt-s aew, llubt aud
piotitable. I'r-ona of either iex easily earn
fiotu .'sJceiUe to $ wr eveuiug. and a propor
tional sum by (It-votiPK their v hole time to Ih
busiuesf , Ito s ard girls earn marlv aa much
aaliitu. That all ho see this notice: inav scud
their address, and tot the husiuc.s vie make this
unpurHlleled otltr: lo such as&ie tun Hell saiir
tted we will end one ih.lUr to psy tr Ihe
trouble olMUiii'. t mi piii.. a ..., aiiiilra
woitll beeul i,llurs to C'lniuteiicu work on,
and a cipv oi IP oie aixl I-lie. id-, one l the
lalne.-t aud l. illu -tiuli 1 puhlu ati us, all sent
tree hv mail l.'i adcr, in . u w ant p. riusneul.
urolUable worn, Icium : SrissN t to, I'oii
Tbe Old RaliabU
Boot and Shoo Maker,
iLl rf-ilH IH'd Ida C-.tablisluuetlt in the
Wnere can be fortuj an eitra tin ato:k
(t ttoodi iu bis luie.
Give Jones t li. H-lJ-tf.