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J. O. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alrimnlrr rdin!y lauds, Tain lots,
riiiiK! f"r m. Louis jrff.frtj.
t on SAI.K.
A line residence on corner UsHirook
venue ami T wiiitj-lhirtl street, at a
I lie Mititli tin ft id' the 'Titof' lionse at
eural line rooms in Wintvr's Muck.
;ul two story Wick suitable for
mM mid fiftieth on Otiiincriisl avenue,
wtween Klrvcnth sndTw. lfth.
IJrit-k dwelling corner .'iiKtentli
ml 1'otilar streets.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street anl Commercial
tvenuo, at a bargain.
Dwelling house on Cross street, ti
ol Washington avenue.
Two busslness house' n l!vce street,
above Eighth, f'JO each
Stor room on Couijiierclitl avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel,$10.
Two story house on Commercial av
Mine. Two tenements suitable for shops
Store room, 3orncr Twentieth nwl
Up stairs of house on Commercial at
enue, near l&th street. Hultabla for
J welling, fo.
Tenements numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each for $10
or month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and preroi
j. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts of the city.
FOR LKABKOR HALE.
I-ands, !n tracts to suit, near Cairo.
A spicy sketch descriptive of a trip
over the Atculnson, Toeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery ami
pleasure resorts of the Roeky Mountains,
by "Xym Crinkle," the musical and
ilrbtnatlc critic of the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
Vbe San Juan GLU, maps and time
tables ot this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchlnsoti to
Pueblo, Denver and all points In Col
orado, New Mexico, Arizona and the San
Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Meepers on the eontineut between the
Missouri river and the Kocky Mountains
without change. Seeial round trip
totirwu' ticket Jrom the Missouri river
to Denver at !Q, good to stop ofl at hll
T. J. Asuekson,
.ural Pasiiger Agent,
Tort a . Kak.
fee I or lrMU.
Wo have this day sold to Mr. K.
r'ord the entire lot of moulding tools
iff., of the picture fraiulug department
I the Bulletin. All orders for frames
He., chould le sent to hiui or left at
H.U oftl' e. Inr Iniu the llb-
nnlity ol patroiiy that bay been bv
s'owed upon us. It Is assortment of
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition nnd b guarantees satUtar
t io(i in all es.
t'alrn. . f. 1, 170.
If f'AJKO Hi LI tn li Co.
Tfcalla SMlse-MraS free f.ib.
Jiicv.ki-1, proprietor of the popular
t halU saloon, corner ol Twelfth, street
and Washington nvmue, eirels all
iiiUer iu bis line of btiiiu in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'lx lock.
Mr. Jaei kel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon In the land. His
itlends should make a note of this and
fclye him a call. '.n-dlm
J. bear St7ahoue.
mi Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Hank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else la the barber line. La
dies' and childrena1 hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
The best violin, guitar and baas strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of K. & W. Buder,
corner of Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
a speciality. 9-10-tf
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and la
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for tha convenience of customers. tl
' for ateatt,
A good store room in John Reese's
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington avenue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelliug house iu
same buildiuif. Reut reasonable; apply
on the premises. ICVi-ltu
Mothers caa secuiv bcalth for their ebll
itieo ad rest for thcmlvrs by tha use! of Caa-
tora. a verlact substitute for Castor Oil. ft fa
atiselutcly luunulrse. and 1 as tilaasani to taka
as bouty. Vox Wiud-Collle sour atoiussb,
worms or constipation, for youug or old, (acre
IsDOtbitulDeileteuolIke H la tevleJn, II
snirly, t Itibeap.
Caked Breasts. Batituatisu,
d, swtllitigs, sprains, sttg Joiuts. turos
scalds, polsoueui bits, sod sU 8ek, bona aa4
auustle alluieuls, tn ba absolutely cured by Uis
tcutsitf llulmeul. A'at the While Uulwenl
is for tia buuiso tawlly, tba V allow Uulmstil
i for spavined IM and lame dorse and aol
u..ls. 1 aW-Wa
Mrs. Daniel Lampert will continue the
barber business of her 1st husband, at
the old stand on Eighth afreet between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the supervision of John
Lampert who Is a first-class barber and
Invite old and new cuatomars to give
him a cali. tt.
We ! MtborlSWl SUBVI
fieri a A
ctreuutT,t Un eouitaf owmty elwUoa
Ms ar aiitbiirtwl UtannoorMSfrTER SAtT,
ir an iiKvmuwittaBOKUta Mrbtfivulti-
srWH i onnrv, attba ratutna enruifyiiKUcR.
l.rB tiixtux:-ri ann'ruar tbat t
ui a ranaMaUlor Uor0lc of tairm Atlomr
iur .uuanucr counij at (ha MivuoMr im
uor. t .Wn. LtMiuar.
. Wa ar auikoriAa l aauMMancO. W.
IIEXDKICKH, .JE , as a canJMat at tbo
vtmtwrrianirin, f'.rfat Attorbrr for At
' sr autWlc4 tn ann'mm- WIM.fAM
W. M'f'lIKKlKKn aa a MDlilat for Cirralt
if i a of AleaaitJar eouuty tin comio coualy
H'a ara aulliorlnl to annonnre JOtfV g,
II A KM AN aa a rii(lltat.for U olDiw of Cir
rutt elark of Alen.r county at ttie rnsnlna;
county site tiuo.
Ve sra ajf)iorlJ (4 annoiiiifr JollS A.
UKEVfL aa acamliilata for the ouk-aol Circuit
tlnk at tha Mott-nibsr alrctlon.
WtarcauihorlKcdtDaanwinra Vf. r.t'ITCRER
s a raollUu fur Ois offlca of Circuit Cleik of
AlsxaniW couuljr at tlis Moveiubvr elation.
We are authnrli'.fd to annourw tYKt'S
CIlSK aa an lnlrjndiit eanitiitatr Pr th l-fli-c
ofCirruit tlsrk of Ale an1er county at tli
l'lion Novamlxr 7lh, It',
FOR COLSTY COMMISSIONER.
Wr are aathorirxl lo announce Mania Brown,
of Tlialwtn, a a candidate lor Oiunty Commis
sioner of Alexamlrr county at the miming county
We are ulh(.rirr-t to announ.fIIS HHRS
1 KN. of Hazlewmwl prerim t, as a nanliille lor
the nffli of txiunly lommisnionr of Al"n
dr rounty at tha Noteraber election.
A8CAJXJN LOlMiK, NO. SI.
Kniartits of Pythiaa, ueeU srery TYi
day niftht at half-past asran, in Odd
fellows' liall. Ifowa.
ALKXA-NDKR I) DOE, NO. 24.
Indepavleut Urder or Old-rei-iws.
iixvia erery Thursday night
at half-uaatseTen. in I heir hall on
inmercial arenue, between BLxth ami Seeentb
:rru .1. A, uaroaa, .-s u
" iaibo ini,iiraLfl i,i. u. m .
kJm id-fellows' IJall on the first and third
i uesday 10 every month, at balf-paat aeeea
A. Coaisws. C P
CAIRO 1OtHiE, NO.S97.A.. A A. M.
Hold rea-ular oofnniunloationa in ata-
sonic Hsll, comer Comiuercial arenua
anl Eia-hth atreet. on tha aaoond and
'uurth Mondar of each month.
BATES OP ADTEBHSIlVe.
CfAll bills for adrertiaina', are due and pay
able la ASVAKCB
Traasiaat advsrtlainf will be inserted at tha
rate of II 0 per square for tha first Insertion
and 9' rants for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be atada on standinf and displ
For Inserting Fnneral not ire at W XoUreol
nesting of socletiea or s:ret ordera so cents fur
Cbarch, Society, EestiTal and ftupper notla
Will ouly be Inserted aa advertisement
yo advertisement wilt be rwirel at leas than
61 cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for lees than three dollars per month
HICAL BI ISIXEaS) NOTKf.SJ
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
sertel In the lli i lmix as follows : (Lass
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ SO
Two Insertions per square....... 76
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Sii Insertions per square 1 "5
Two weeks per square 3 Cfi
One montn per square 3 SO
Special rates ma le on Urge advertise
ments or lor longer time,
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 28. IJCP.
Lo4tl W earner fftaort.
Caiao. III. Ovt. f, lilt.
15am . Taa,
SO. 40 636
11 " .
ergeant. Signal Service. V. S. A.
The "(.aOilta takes the had of all
line cigars, lor pale by Paul H. Schuh.1
A second hand linger sewing machine J
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
At atokata a.
The smokers lavorita Is "LaCulla,"
for sale by Paul II. Schuh. Price, live
John Benson is requested to call at the
Cairo Bullbtin office, or communicate
with us by letter, concerning his land in
Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. 2t
At W alder 'a,
The largest and finest Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be found . at Ike
Walder's, corner ot Sixth and Ohio.
Levee. 9-25-1 m.
3f eetlaa; t Jaraealswr.
There was a grand Democratic rally at
Jonesboro, last night. Judge Mulksy, of
this city and Col. R. R. Townes, delivered
speeches. Col. Townes will speak at
Wanted 5tH Man,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
stock ot Overcoats and Men and Boys'
suite; at prices to suit the times. .
' Carle and Perry Powers, our llvtrymcu,
had a biif ruu on them for horses the
night ot the procession. They have
first-class saddle horse 'aud are good
Far Ml r 19. -I'fae ArtlMlott
This well known and popular hotel la
now ottered for sale or lease, ou easy
terms. For particular inquire on the
prewUes. Tatos, B. Ellis,
tfr. Joseph A. Jennelle, of St. Louis,
brother of Pr. Jennelle, of this city, and
Mis Louisa M. Kaha, vera married at
the residence of Mr. John Oocsman, by
Judge Bross, on Wednesday evening,
The happy couple left for St. Louis, on
the night train. Mis Kabawaa oue of
the fairest of Cairo' fair yonng ladles,
and was highly esteemed, and with ber
and ber husband go the best wishes of
tbU entire community. They will make
St. Louts the Ir lutue home.
IF ' S i i
- - - - . Tt .
Atuntioo Is wiled to tha boUco vi ue
tioii yalf of fariijturflC tik.. tj b iMind
Iu aa other .olacnjj Strthfc Juprnllg'a
Iuimiv. MtSfrs. H Inter aDdBtewart
aro the auctioneers. Tor Particulars see
bas the largest and tlutst stock ot Buys'
And Youths1 clothing that has cVST tketf
lit Cairo. JIc i.au tult a child from four
tip V any aire, at prices to suit the
times. U.;1 VI m.
nutfrtruBoti , list
' t Uttaiai'a SMi
The Repnhliaai i nuo
evening was a very quiet affair. There
was no torchlight, procession, as was
announced there would lie, but a vary
good audience was at the court honce to
henr Mr. Mnnn'a tih.. 'i
Hasisekoepera, AtteaUiou I
A complete outfit ot furniture, almost
new, all line and In good order, lor
sale terms reasonable i Just the thing
or a couple going to housekeeping,
apply to Ceo, Turner, at the St. Charles
hotel. j 10-27-3t
Attention, Odd lellowt
The members of Alexander Lodge,
Xo. 221, 1. 0. 0. F., arc notified to asaem
ble nt thetr hall tills eveninjr at 7:30
o'clock, to arrange lor the funeral of our
late brother, Robt. Campbell, fly order
Of N. O. Harmon Black, Scc'y.
Vew Freaieta Clock.
For sale, a new French clock, has never
been used, Is of elegant design, marble
and bronzet runs fourteen 'days, strikes
every hour and a half hour, retail price
$C0, can be bought for $40. Apply at
the Bi llktin office. K. A. Burnett.
It is with deep regret that we announce
the untimely and sad death of ilrs. Aus
tin wife ol Mr. Charles Austin, formerly
a conductor on the narrow guage rail
road, and well-known In Cairo. Mrs.
Austin was ill for some time, and died
on. Monday morning In St. Ixmls.
Ttas) Ura. Mr. Bart aril.
The Hon. William Hatzell arrived in
Cairo, on Thursday night, just late
enough to miss the grand night display.
He remained iu the city until yesterday
afternoon, and departed lor Du Qualn,
where he made a speech last night. Mr.
Hartzell says, the prospects for a good
Democratic victory in November grow
more flattering every day.
Ftlday nioring. Octotier 127th, ls7C,
Maggie, infant daughter ol Charles and
Mary Parker, aged two years and six
month. The funeral services will take
place to-day at 2 o'clock at St. Joseph's
German Cutholio church. Funeral will
leave the loot ot Klghteenth street at 3
o'clock, p. m., by special train lor Villa
Ridge. Friends and acquaintances are
invited to attend.
I bo Democrats are maklrg prepara
tions for a grand rally at Carbondale, to
night. We are Informed that the torch
light procession is expected to be the
grandest ever seen in that city. John IL
Obcrly of this city will address the crowd.
It is probable that tUe gifted colored
orator Charles Nclidn, who has made
puch a favorable Impression on our peo
ple, and who won the respect and friend
ship of every cltien, both black and
wbite, will a;orapany Mr. Oberly, and
follow Mr. Obcrly with a speech to the
colored Voters of Carbondale.
Large Aurllon Sale,
SATURDAY MORNING, lOO'CI.OCK,
Auction Rooms of Winter & Stewart, No.
Ill Commercial Avenue,
Comprising one complete black walnut
bedroom set. bureau and washstand
marble topped carpets, pictures, vases,
looking glasses, sewing machines, plush
and cane bottom chairs and rockers, beds
and bedding of every description, in
cluding feather pillows and bolsters.
slips, etc., glass and queensware, stoves,
safe and an assortment of miscellaneous
articles ; also a lot of shelving and coun
ters. Winter t Stewart,
The Ions talked of and much regretted
senatorial muddle has been settled, and
the success ot the Democratic party is
'assured In this district. Col. Townes by
his withdrawal has effected its success,
and to him is due great credit. . It is true
that to fight as Col. Townes has fought
since his nomination, at Jonesboro, until
this late day and then give up all, must
have been a hard test for him, though the
cause waa a good one. But Col. Townes
will be the winner in the end. The Demo
craU of the Fiftieth district will not, not
withstanding there seems to be some who
do not approve of bis withdrawal, lorget
the sacrifice he has made tbat harmony
may reign Iu hi party's ranks.
The following Is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, State of Illinois
on Saturday, October 2S, 1676;
Ladies Bell, Lou; Borloer, Carrie;
Bodkin, Olivia; Bedgood, A. A.; Brure,
S. E.; Currey, Pearl; Crooks, Alice; Dix
on, Mary; Ellis Lide; Glabou, Torie;
Jones, Mrs. J.; Martin, Anna J.; Neal
Alice; Filler, Ann; Rollinger. Ellle;
Smith, Vina; Smith,. A. P.; - St.
Clair, Frankle, Thomas, Rachel;
Gents Browu, - Marshall; Chambers,
Nelson; Cross. Mike; Dwight, C. W.;
Dally, C.K.; Ford, K. M.; Howe, Km
cry; Harper, Wtn.; Jones, Solomon;
Kllmann, A.; Kelsert, John; Kafe, John;
Myer.U. U.-, Miller, J. P.; Potter, F ;
raten. Geg; Paregno, Joseph; Pickerd,
J as.; Ringe, A. L., Robinson, H. Brooks;
Redman, John A.; Small, Geo., Sandus
ky,' W. II.; Schoenfield, V.; Tebodo,
Alex.; Texas Land Co.; Wild, Frank.
Person calling for the above letter
will please say advertised.
QnO. t, McKkaio, P. M.'
Buy the "1 Culta" cfyar f faul 0.
Schuh. Price. 5 cent. tf
rue tir xjg. unr.
Ta t4ft9eraie least rial DUfereacaj Amiv
nMt fettltd. -
Jndge nileraan,tel. Townra and nr.
A ( new all Withdraw.
- n o r
Ou Thursday morning a conicic nce of
a nutnbor of Uie leading Dfimocrats of the
Fiftieth senatorial district was held In
this city. Present were Judge Mulkey,
John H, pbcrly, JudgQ Bross, Cok R. H,
Towues, ot JoncAbor, Richard IltJtgtr
ald,Orsemas Greenlee, Capt. W. p. Halli
day, Thomas Wilson, W. II. Morris and
a number of others. Thu conference was
held for the purpose of making n last
grand effort In behalf sf pence nnd har
mony in the Democratic ranks in this
Many suggestions . w ere oflercd as to
the best and proper way to bring about a
reconciliation between the friends ot
Judge Ililcman and Col. Townes, and
tho matter was thoroughly discussed,
after which Col. Townes arose and in a
speech of some length, signified his wil
lingness to join hands with Judge llile
man and step down and out of the race,
To this Judge Ililcman heartily agreed
The following is Col. Townes' letter of
withdrawal, which was placed In tho
hands ot Mr. Morris yesterday morning :
Cairo, Oct., 20.1S7C.
W. H. Morrift, Cliairman Fiftieth District Sen
atorial Committee: .
1 Being a Democrat, and believing that
harmony and a united vote can be se
cured by my withdrawal as the Demo
cratic nominee for senator of thit dis
trict, I hereby withdraw. Thanking my
friends who have so gallantly supported
roe, 1 hope they will sustain the ticket
that may be placed before them by the
Democratic senatorial committee,
R. It. Towns.
Upon Col. Townes making known his
intention to withdraw, the folio win 2 let
ter from Dr. Frank M. Agnew, one ot
the nominees of the last JoneRboro con.
vention for representative, was read :
Wm. Muns, CSislrmaa Mrnutorial Counnittce
Iu view of the fact that mv profess
ional engagements are, and have been
such that it is impossible for me to make
a thorough canvass of this district as
promised in my letter ot acceptance, and
also in view of the declination of Hon.
John II. Oberly, I hereby tender you niy
resignation as a canuidate for the legis
lature. Btlievlnr that any man true to the
principles of the great party ot reform is
wniinir to make sacrifices lor the aoou
of the country, and believing tbat none
should attempt or seek to arovern others
who cannot govern themselves,. Uhave
no hesitancy in again expressing my full
confidence In the honor, integrity and
ability of Hon. Thos. Hileman candi
date tor state senator, and urge till my
friends who Oesire to be represented by
a man above reproach, to unite ami give
him a zealous and cordial support.
hhouul the party in this senatorial and
representative district fall of success.
turoueti a morota desire on the part or
certain aspirant for office who are ob
noxious to the majorlty.and a itepublican
L tilted states senator be re-elected as the
result, let the blame rest where it prop
erly belongs. F. M. Agsew,
M ArfAXDA, II I., OCt. 23d, 170.
This leaves the field to the non. Jesse
Ware, who has been Dominated by the
senatorial district committee for senator,
and A. II. In in, the candidate for repre
sentative. With thesa two gentlemen
and another candidate for representative
who has not ytt been tia ned, the Demo
erars will sweep the Held.
Jackon Frlck of Joneeboru, was In
the city yesterday.
Miss Dora Kberhart of Alexandria.
Mo., is In tlx- city visiting the family of
her uncle, Capt. Robert K. Riley.
Mrs. J. K. Rowland of Chicago, ar
rived In Cairo yesterday. She is the
guest of Mrs. Jewett Wilcox, at the St
The Hon. O. P. Hill of Cobden. Demo-
cratic candidate for member of the state
board ot equalization, was iu attendance
at the great barbecue.
Mrs. Jewett Wilcox, who has visited
during the summer Vermont, Masss
chusetts, New York city and Chicago,
returned to Cairo yesterday
Gen. B. II. Reynolds of Chicot county,
Arkansas, is at the St. Charles. He is an
ex-member of the. United States con
gress, and at present is one of the most
prominent lawyers in the south.
Among the prominent jjjen of Ken
tucky who visited our grand Democratic
barbecue and mass meeting, was Judge
Bullock, the most successful and one ot
the oldest criminal lawyers in the state.
Hon. F. E. Albright.a candidate tor the
legislature on the Democratic ticket in
this district, was in the city yesterday
Mr. Albright is making a desperate fight
for the position be seeks, but whether he
will win seems to be a matter ot much
doubt in the minds ot many Democrats
Among the distinguished gentiemeu
who lent their presence to the grand
Deuiecmllc barbecue were Col. R. R.
Townes, Jonesboro ; Dr. Casey, Mound
City; James G. Clemson, DuQuoin;
Ilou. Thomas Bouton and Judge Hile
man, Jonesboro; Capt. BUI Hamilton
Mound City ; George Corlls, Metropolis
and many others.
The Hon. Mr. Hic of Chicago, tho
Deinotratlo candidate tor auditor of
state, attended the big barbecue and mas
meeting on Thursday. Mr. Ulse made
the acquaintance ot many ot our leading
citizen and politicians, to all of whom
he expressed a candid belief that tha
SUte of Illinois Is sure for Lew Stewart
and the entire state Democratic ticket.
and also sure for Tlhlen and Hendricks
New like thl from a man Ilka Mr. llise
'entirely encouraging forth. Pemoo
"When the swallow homeward
then la the time when cough and cold
begin to appear. Pr,, Bull' (oagti
Syrup cure every ease. "
Take for example, poliey No. 40.645. iu
the Equitable Life Auurance Society
At the end of this, It sixth year, the Ton
tine dividend accredited to It waa 641 per
., -ieVCf ?Jrvti, lhaa aver
been roaid bv anv company In o short a
Urn. ' .
Taaf-if $etaoo is ratetlal rfr.
"Judge Tdton, Joho W Cirtrr, and
fesrrral other proobept Detnocrits cf
rulatki county, came down to Cairo ys
terrJsy morning. They bsd heard
Charles Nelson, tho colored Democratic
orator's speech on Thursday night, and
determined at once to havo him go
through Pulask icounty, if it was possible
for him to do so. Mr. Nelson has a num
ber of engagements ahead, but gives it as
his opinion tbat there Is a vast field lor
labor in this section of the state among
colored people, and has consented tore
main.' lie will speak at Mound iCIty on
Saturday nljrlrt ; Grand Chain on Monday
night; at Caledonia ou Tuesday night,
and at Villa Ridge on Wendesday night.
On Thursday night he speaks In prlnf
llcld. general Items.
20,000, No. 0 and 0 envelope?, assor
ted, for sale at tho Bi llktis ofllce. tf
A fine Singer Sewing Machine will be
sold at auction 10 o'clock, to-day, by
Winter & Stewart.
There is a life scholarship worth $S1.00
in the Mound City Commercial College
of St. Louis, for sale nt n discount at the
lU'Lt.F.i i.n ollice. tf
Fifty reams, packet note bend, eight
pounds, just received and tor sale, whole'
sale or retail at the Bi-lietin office, tf
"Who is the great benefactor ot the age?'
asked a school teacher of his class. "Bab
bitt," answered a little boy who ' had
heard his father and mother expatiating
enthusiastically on the excellences of B.
T. Babbit's Best Soap. "Good boy ! go
to the head of the class," cried the
Was Depabtxkut, Tirvan Raror, )
Oct. K7. lT. f
' STATIOH. LOW WATZB.
FT. IX. IT. IX.
Cairo s 0 x 1
Pittsburg i S X a
Cincinnati s X r.
Louisville 0 . a l
Nashville 3 1 7
St. Louis tt o o
Kvansvllle H XI s
Memphis ......... 7
Vlcfcsburfr VI 1
KewOrleao i u 0 0
B-low High water of lSTt
Serf emit, SUraal Henrice. L. 8. A.
Steamer James Fisk; Paducah.
Trout and tow, Ohio river.
" Genevieve, St. Louis.
Steamer Genevieve, Memphis.
" Trout and tow, White river.
Grand Lake and tow N.Orlenns.
James Fisk, Paducah.
The weather for the past three days
has been lovely. There nre indications
of rain to-night.
The Grand Lake and barges added lib
erally here and there, most at the bends
below, where awaited her between 5000
and COOO sacks ot corn.
1 he James Fisk is the Paducah packet
this evening, leaving at Ave o'clock.
The John W. Garrett and barges are
loading for New Orleans. She will leave
to-lny with nearly 1000 tons.
The Trout passed down out of the Ohio
with a tow of miscellaneous freight for
The steamer Genevieve 'parsed down
with a fair trip, adding about 25 tons here.
Whereas John B. Pliillls. and Rachel J.
Pbillia his wile, by their certain saie raort-
raice, executed and UelivrreU to the nnuertuireU
on the tJtX day of April, A. U. Ie7, did, lor
the purpose 01 seeuriQK a cerium iironimsory
note therein menlioued, luurlgaKe to the under-
limed the fullowiuif described iirtml es, to-
wit : The undivided oue-iuill of lo: numbered
two (2), in block numbered Uiree (i),in tho
ily ot Latro, Illinois 1 and wnerraa ileuult has
lieeo made in the payment ot said nte ; now,
tnereiore, in pursuance 01 ine autnoniy con
ferred bv said sale mortaaire. I will sell the
above described premises, ut public, vendue, to
the highest bidder, fur rash In hand, at the door
of the court houne, in Cairo, Illinois, oa Hatur
day, October 2th, A. !., IcTO. at the nuur 'l 2
o'clock, p.ru , .of said day, said sale to be with
Al.r kmi tf SArruKU, JiortKniree.
b'KEEN ft U1LDEKI. Attorneys. d-.t
Whereas. Maria Roberts, of the County of
Alexander and ftate or llliuoit. by her certain
trust deed, or sale mortgage, duly executed, c
knowledgcd and deliverrl, bearinir date the lsth
day of Auaust, A. I , ltiTli, and recorded in the
Keconier's omce or Alexander county, ia me
St sis of Illinois, in book . of Rale nnrtAK'S at
page 34), did convey unto Orsemss Ureenley ss
iruntee, ail Iiie ioiiuwiO( uesr.riueu iirriiiiBi-9,
sitaaiediu the county of Alexander and fetate of
Illinois, to-wit : The southwest fractional part
of section twenty-five (') , township seventeen
(17). ran two ('.') west : also the aouuieast irac-
lional part of section twenty-six (W), in town
ship seventeen (IT), in range two (j) west, to se
cure the tiayment of a promissory note for the
sum of one hundred and siitv-eisht dollars, ex
ecuted by the said Maria Roberts, and payable to
tne order 01 ine sum ursemas ureemey 1 aim
whereon, it is urovided in and bv said trust
deed, that in case of default in the payment of
the said promissory note, or any part tnrreoi,
according to the tenor and effect of said note,
loen, on application 01 ins leirai noiuer 01 saiu
note, it Bhiiuid and might be lawful lor the UU'
dersigaed Ursemus Ureenley to sell and dispose
of the said premises, and all the right, title, ben
efit, and equity of redemption of said Maria
Koncrts, or uer nsirs anu assmns inerein, at puu
lie suction, at the west door of the court houte.
in the cltrof Cairo, in the county of Aleiaudet
and State of Illinois, fur the biKncst aad best
price tha same will bring in cash after having
advertited such sale thirty davs in any newsoa-
' at that time nubllshed lu the said city or
Cairo, and to make, execute, and deliver to the
purchaser or purchasers at such sale, good and
sufficient deed or deeds ( conveyance for the
nreinisaa said, and out of the iiroceeds of such
sale to pay all eosts and expenses Incurred In ad-
attorney 'a fees, also the principal and Interest
a said nete; and. whereas, default has been
vefiuinff ana eeninff saia Bramises. inoiuuinK
tn1e In ths payment or the said note, principal
endintereet; now. therefore, pnblio notice 1a
hereby a-lvan, taat la P iruanoa ot aaid sals
innriirure. tun tie Tiriue or ine nawer anu au-
thorltyto me granted in and by the asms, sad
by virtus or taa statuts 01 taa state, t, ins uuoer-
Slgnen. win un rnuaj, ioe iimu.ruiwuTi,
U , 1ST, at I o'clock, p in., at wast door of the
eoun bouse, la the city of Cairo, aell and dispose
01 tha premises above and In asid trust tuort-
gsga aeea arteriole, ana bii uterioi, iu. n
ei .u.l Minlt of radaiButlou of the asid Maria
Roberta, her heirs or asalgne therein, at publie
auction, for the highest and best price the same
wut bring in casn.
ORSKM AB GIIEENLEY, Mortgagee.
UN'EGAR A LAKSUKtl. Alt'y.lor Mortgagee
Ot . IT, HfftUeisl.
The Old Bailable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
... . . . ' i ; . .
1 Uaa re-oiH iicil Ills cstubllaUiucul la tue
r - . .
Wnere can be found an ettra flaa sto:k
fa goods ia bis Wee. . a, .
ttlve Jonos a call S-lfrMf.
Of Every UesaipUoa
Salt ' Extraordinary.
Cairo Real Estate, Improved and Unimproved
Residence and Business Property at
Public or Private Sale.
The nndcrilgBed Offers for ssle the
wit. : . . : - - -. . .
On f 'ominTrlid avenue, east. siie, south of Twentieth street, eftmpriatn; Ms it, 10,11.
12, 11. M and K, In bluek 10, 1st B'lilitian. tin lots lu an l II s ftu:ited nn elegant
dwelling, 15 rooms, closets, both room, tn.irble mantles, halls, corridors, nnd all the
appurtenances of a first-class modern dwelling. I he building has Just been thoroughly
repainted and repaired, and Is In every ivav the eUsil of anv In the eitv. The aur
rimndhm grounds are taateiully laid out, beautified and adorned with choir and iil
liable sin iiMktv and fruit.
Also a a tine i irburhsn property ronMaliuz of lots 5. 7. N '). 10, 11, 12, I and 14, In
liloek 2, 4th ad'iitioD. situated on tha soutliwe-t corner of Twenty-fourth and Pine
streeta ; lots ." and 6 contain a larpe one and otie-hslf 1 1 1-j story frnine dwelling. T
rooms, good cistern, pump, outlioues, etr. XII these lots are under sood fences, and
the premises In thorough repair
Also the residence property situated on the south side of Tenth street, west ot Wal
nut street, 1iing lots 17 and 1 bloek 70, city. There is on lot 13 a fine twtt story
frame dwelling, 7 rooms, closets, good cistern, outhouses, etc., in thorough repai. A
desirable property In al! respeetM. - ' , . i
Also all that valualile biHiness fM't residence properly situated at tho southwest cor
ner ol Tenth street and Whlngtoa avenue, on lots 7 nnd 8, liloek 4 t. City of Cairo,
and comprising three U) of the best retail store rooms In the city, and about 13 irood,
lirpe rooms suitaMn for families or boarders, good cWtern, outhou-e-., etc. All in
good repair. This Is one of the best business loi ations in Cairo. -
Also the masfniiiccnt business pr perty situated on the north side of Tenth street,
wet of Commercial aveaue. coveriug lots .17, 3, 3! and 40, in Monk 2x, nnd cenietiag'
of five (;) tiue two story brick stores or warehouses, each !M rect front ty 70 feet deep.-'
aalina, roomy, substantial buildings situated in the biisinets center ol" our city, these :
are not excelled in Cairo
AIfo the niamraotli one story frame warehouse sttuiteil on lots 8S ard l'.C, ard 13 and
14. in block is, havinR a fronUKe on Tenth street, west of ("onimerrial avenue of 3o
feet, and running baek 200 feet to Eleventh street. The bnsiness le. ailnn of tbts'
property Is unexcelled. Building subst ntia.1 in every respi ct. and suitable for the
heaviest and bulkiest merchandise.
ANo the folio wing van int lots in the same block, fronting Eleventh street, to-wit : !,
lo. It and 12. desirable for tenemeets. residence or busluess purposes, i' " '
The above described reil estate, which includes ome of the bet in Cairo, will re
offered at private sale up to Thursday, December nth, 170. On that data the uusold
remainder will be disposed of at public salo. -' -
To parties desirous ol investing in good paying Cairo property, the above llt presents
chances sel lorn offered.
Terms of sale one-fourth cah ; balance 1, 2 and 3 jes'i, equal payments, with C pet
rent, interest secured by mortgage.
For plats, deserlptlons and all informttlon irenernllv sprdv to or sddrrss, ir(' : t
JOHN Q HAUMAN A CO., Kesl Estate Ajnt,
Or to V. W. TitOR.XTOM, Esij , N. V. or. isth and Levee a reet, Cairo, fll.
ehlhy vilie. III. - 10-27-f
Mouai Ciij Coaserclal Collsge
St. Louis, Mo.
THOS. A. BICE, A. X. L. L. B.
JAS. BICE, A. M.,
J. H. HTJBWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
diin)U'le, Tlioimili slid t'rm tiial
inre or Mii'ly la me l iiitea Msies a
eoiirse Indlffpeurilile to ery 3 oiiiik iimii tin
imrking on td sra ot lifv.
For Illustrated Circular,
I. Tu. Tt..
mess mm to ::;t ni mi
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor S3 00 For Day
Spaolal Rataa by Weak or Month.
. limited numlier of very decirable Ismily
rooms can be secured atreaeouable rates Iur the
The St. Charles Is the Unrest and liest appoint
ed House in Southern Illinois, and is the leading
hotel in Cairft. Notwithstanding the "Beet
Rock" reduction in prices, the tabic will, as
usual, lie liberally supplo'd with the very best
of everything that can be found in market.
Fine laree sample rooms for commercial trav
eler, on around floor, free of charge .
Cl-All bactraceof gussta couveyed to andlcoin
I lie uotei without rnarae
4 l-tf. Proprietor.
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Toan ever lor uaou.
From Fifty cent to Twenty-five dollars.
A tull line of late style corsets and hosiery at
lower prices man ever 11 ore urn-ieu 111
C airo. Old straws made over, or taken
in exchange for new good.
A full Stock of
Ladies Woolen and C'etton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, etc. , o'f every variety and
at an t rice.
Mv at, ii k ani.t he closed out. and t will Kive
my cuotoiucr better bargains than ever offered
neiore miv?, . at t-.
To tho Workina t'laae We are now
prepared to furnish all classes with constant em-
uoyment at uomt, ina wnoie 01 tne tune, or iur
heir spare moments. Itusiness sew, light anil
irotllable. persons of either sex easily earn
'rom bo cents lo ii per evening . and a proper.
tioaal sum by devoting their whole time to th
business. Boys atdgirlii earn nearly as much
ssruea. Thai all who sse tuts aotita nisy sen a
their address, and tat tha business w make this
unparalleled oner: jo sucu as are not wen sans-
tied we will send one dollar to pay rr the
tronhie of writlnir. Full particulars, samples
worth several dollars to commence work on,
and a copy of Uorae and Flre-ide. one ef the
largest ana nest illustrated punuoatiuns, au inui
tree bv mail Header, if y u want permanent,
jrooiabl work, Oionk. bnssoit A Co, 1'ort
Iu the District Court of tha United States, for the
fouiaern uuuict or uuuoie, j oaoaruptcy.
Ia the tuattat of Alicbasl UaUbroa A Bernard
r.oiioe u neraoy gieeu mat a peution naa oeea
Sled la aald court by aaid Michael tletlbroo and
Derard Well of Cairo, In tha county of Alex
ander, In aaid district, duly declared bankrupts
under tba act of eonirrass ut M .re I d, 1S7.
for a discharge and oertineata 1 hereof, from all
their debts and other claims provable under said
act, snd that the 7lb day ot October, isTS. at
eleven o'clock a. ut , Is assigned fur the hearing
oftheaama by the aaid court, at betniud
a tales Court rooiu ia tho city of Spring Held,
was a sad where all creditors ut aaid uaukrnpia
aad all other psraoaa la InUrrest, au v attend and
shew cause, f any thev have, w hy the prayer of
said patulous Should not We grant 4
C0. F. BOW KK, Clerk.
Llaerar A Lanadaa. attornays for petitiouera.
Haled 8pnaga.ld, IU. , aepi. i, A. I.
fultowiDi i liijli.r. lots of Cairo Property, 1 1
E. F. linnkrl i slitter Vt'lnp a f Irun
has never been k own to tail In th- im r of
weukn-. atiebded ui'h symrtoinst itnli
position 10 exertion loss of in -timry, diffi
cult v ol breathing, gerera' we knes-, 1 orror
Of disease, weak, uervortstreml'Ui g drrarl.
till botrorof deaih, ntbt sweHts, col Teit,
weakDes. 'iiinn ss of visi n, lungnor. m i
veril as-l-udx ot the uiiecii;nr sy tern,
enormou" appeii' wt' d iptij svnip
tools, b if hand-, fl e-bl' g of th bo ly, dry.'
nes of tbt skin, pallid countena c arid
eruption n the face, puritying the blood,
fiain in the ba k, heavio.ss ot the eyelids,
requent tdaek ots 11 lug before the eyes
Willi temp nary sutll-ion and to of siubt,
want 'of atten i n, etc. Thexe a'yifrptotns
all arise from a weaknes.-. and to r- inedy
that, use E. F. Kuukel's Bitter Tv'ine of
1 ri. it never tails. ioouRand are now
enjoying ht-alth who have used it.-Take
only E. it. Kunkel s. v . :
neware of counterfeits and bae Imita
tions. As Kunkel's hitter Wine of lion in
so well known all over the country, drug
gist themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it oa to their customers, when they
call for Hunkers Hitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkei s hitter W ine of iron is put up
only in 1 bottle, and has a yeUow wrapper
nicety put on tno outsiae vnvk tne pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo-
f:raph on Hie outside, and you will always
le sure to get the genuine. Ono dollar per
bottle, or six for 5. bold by druggists ami
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. K. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy Tin Seat and btotuach Worms.
Dr. Hunkcl, the on!y suecetul physician
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common seuse teaches taut 11 Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms ran be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun
ki l. No. 'J.'.O North Ninth street. i'hUadel
phl.t, I'll., or rail ou your druggist and ask
for u bottle or Kunkeis Worm hjrup.
l'rlott. Sl.nn. It never falls.
llow To Make Money.
We will t ite tb it tne suivft. best and
speedie-t w iy to multiply and inc-ease"
I- to call at No. 12 Wa 1 -in et. New Yotk,
and cuibuli with Alex Froth ngham & Co.
TD gi'i.tiemoii, who bavti long been
Ideiitiflc l with the history and atl.ir vt
Wall s ret t. are unus'ialiy skilled in mone
tary alT.ir., arid in everything appertaining
to speculation, are uu-xeetlod for ability
and p otlcleiicv. It may el.o be said that
of the many Itrokcrs in that city tliey are
not only the most popular, but alo the
motUi:ccsalul, best putrouir.ed, and most
widoly known iu oc uear the vicinity of
Anion the cuKforners ot Hie liotise of
Alex Krothingham &. Co , are some o our
lending mid ropreentative clti.eus, who
aeo mainly ludubted-lq the labors of this
ttnn lorjun.di of the wealth thef ho'tiJoy.
During tlio lonjf and aucceasful exper
ience ol Messrs. Alex. Frothrngfiariri Co.,
in this eitv they have earned for themelves
au enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a busmen almost
colossal in its proportions, lo fact, the
animinsaf business doue by this notice. In
the course of a year is something wonder
ful, and olten forms the eubject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
Ulcus ia Wall street to prove, the trutu of
the above statement. i ii ? ' V
liow they manate to convert f 10 to f 20
$&) to 140, fia into tO, and so on, is a
secret which they alone can explain ; but
that they succeed in doing so Is a fact too
well known ta admit of doubt. It you
would sately snd profitably invest your
money, do not Uesitaw to favor tlds lirm
with your cash and coulidence. That by so
doing yon will reap an abundant jreard.
the experience ol thousands ol our bear
citizens atUst. The necessity of taking
such u course in these times of totter ing
banks and tinanclsl stridency must he ap
parent to the most iuditferout uud careless
Messrs1 Alex Frothingham & Co., are
prepared to invent money to any amount in
tho best se.urit es, and in every transac
tioa in which they may be vncsiesdl guar
antee en'ire satisiactlon to those who honor
them with their patronage.
tJTSend for thetr Explanatory Circular
and Weeklv Reports, which they maU free
to all who "desire ttm. From & , T. JfV
poUi.ouJoril 16 1MT0. 7-lK-aod3m
- B. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Iteiaii IHaUers 10
Foreign and Domentio
No. CO Ohio Levct, ,
caibo. tlXjS. .
Mess's . SMYTH A CO. aeis. cuaeUniJe
a large stock ot the beat good u. uie auai
ket, and give especial atlcnUom tela aaolsisll
raaufe of taa aueiaeea. . . . . , , r
- ' J T.f J i IW r. -t
4ttjruey at Isaw
. , . , CAIRO, XUNOl4., t
OFFICE : At reslileace ea Muta Stress, a
tweeuWssbuiguto aveaue aad Walaal
1 U I U E itm orMBru ieW
yauui uiuiddJ. arM dtuuia ni si PMerss 1 It
cuuiaius intoriunius, which no one cn tdbce fc be tun
HaToa h u men Of hesits, siid girsalsswia. ss4
fair tree Wuriw GuiOs In wurd. Prios tu
krttaU. Tbs s3oor n hs omu!h1 nwnjllye. Sr
tijl on sny ofiV nbret TmrMlourd in hl urk Uliea
pr. A.Q.6l.lJ wsUiaaaisu.i:kksoJ.iX