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J. G. LYNOTO '
Real Estate Column
Alexander want land, Cairo lota,
change for SC. Louis property.
A fine residence oo corner Ifalbrook
venue and TwentyHhlrd street, at
The sooth hall of the "Pilot" house at
Several fine rooms lit Wluter"! block
0(mm1 two atory brick suitable for
.ore, and afflcen on Commercial avenue
wtween EUTcntb and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
i ud Poplar streets.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
?r Eighteenth street and Commercial
irenue, at a barf ain.
' Dwelling bouse on Crow street, wes
of Washington avenue.
Two business hause n Levee street,
abave Eighth, $90 cack
store room on coni:uerclal avanue,
MXt to Waver! j hotel, f 10.
Two story bouae on Commercial av-
mm. Two tenements suitiible for shop
Stott room, ?orner Twentieth and
Up stairs of house on Commercial ar
t-noe, near 10th street. Suitable for
1 welling, $3.
Tenements numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's Row, 8 rooms each for $10
per month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Bent low, to a good tenant
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ol tbe city.
' FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Ta -lraa Trail.
A.apky aketob descriptive of trip
over t Atcbltuoh, Topeka and tfaota
Fc railroad, the beauties, sceuery and
pleasure reeorte of the ttocky Atouutains,
by "Xym Criokl,M tho musical and
Hratnatle critic of the New York World,
ant free on application, together with
tbe San Juan UMe, wap and time
table M thia new and popular route
trout; Kansas City and Atchlneon to
Pueblo, Denver and all points in Col
orado, Sew Mexico. Arizona and tbe Han
Tuan Mine. . The Hurst line of Pullman
lecpara ou the continent between the
Missouri river and the Rocky Mountains
without eltauge. Speuial round trip
tounsta ticket lrota tbe Missouri rivr
to Denver at $30, good tu stop off at all
point. Addrw. i
T. J. Ambbuummi,
1 Oetieral Passenger Agent,
t ToPXJtA. KaX.
' fltlarr Fransla;. '
He hats IbU day sold to Mr, K. C
'Ford the entire lot of moulding tool
etc., of the. picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
t ie., should be sent to blm or left at
this office. We bespeak lor him tbe lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upou us. His assortment of
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
eompetitlon and be guarentee satl'fio
tiou in all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 18T.
tf Cairo Bcuetm Co.
Thali MaJeem UraaS rre Lnaeh.
JaiK-kel, proprietor of Um popular
Thalia aaloon. corner ol TwtllUi Ktreet
and Washington avenue, excels all
otliem iu his line of buKlness in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon In the land. Hi
friends should make a note of this and
glye blm a call. 'J0-dltn
J. txMtrre Nlabaaa.
on Eighth street, two doors Irom Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else la the barber line. La
dies' and chlldrenV hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their bomes.
Tbe best violin, guitar and bass strings
In the city and musical Instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of E. it W. Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
a speciality. 9-10-tf
For a smooth shave, a neat and fusb
ionable bair cut, or refreshing cbampoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at tbe planters' barber
parlor. .The best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. Tbe
batb room connected with this establish
ment is tbe only one in tbe city, and Is
always kept In tbe neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
A good store room In John Reese's
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington avejue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling bouse In
same building. Rent reasonable; apply
en the premises. 10-4-1 tn
M0th6rS eaa savors health for tbHr call
dieo and rest for thenuelvas hjr lb ua tr Cas
tor, a perfect substitute r Castor Oil. It is
abaclutel liarmlM. sad la as plaaaaat tu tak
aa honey. r'or Wlnd-Colll aour stomach,
worms vr constipation, lor yOunn or old, then
U nothing la xlstue lis it.. It Is certala.it
i apeedj, it U dieap. -
itia, swelliutr, sprains, stiff Joints, turn
aaalds, poisonous blus. and all flesh, ton sad
muacl ailments, eaa be absolutely cured by Ui
Caolaur liulmeat. What lb Whit Llulmaat
la for the humaammlly, the Tallow Liniment
Is lor sparlnoi galled and lama horses and aal
Mrs. Daniel Lam pert will continue the
barber business of her late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. Tbe shop
will be under tbe supervision of John
Lampertwhols a first-class barber and
lnyltas old and new customers to give
roR flutiurr. ,
W are aotliorUvl to aaoouac If iff H.
andr onstv, at she eoatloa; osanty iecUa.
W bm auSkrAo4SBUM(HiM rerrrn bbit
for an ladaeaaat aanaldase aWaaaairaf Al
eiaader county, at the ensuing county lentiue.
TATMATTOR.NET. " '
F.prro Bt'LLtrtnt t'lmja sin rami ni tHsvi f
am a candidate Tor Mm ufllr 0r Mate Attorney
fur Ale leader Bounty ai Um November lo-
' Wat, C. MciKSr.
HKNDRICK.S. Jit . a a -mIII.l. ah vw
rsruber aUoriga, tjw Mate Alton- far Alas-
W art authorised to annouoo WILLIAM
W MTMtEH t.u S eandHlM fur limit
i i '" eoantf at the oonuDf couety
w .I'M. w
We ara euUMtrlaad to aaaounc JOHK Q,
It AKMAN aa candidal tor U offlc t4 Clr
cait rlera or Aleaauder oouoty at Um usulof
,,,w , authority to aoaouam JOHJf A.
KtEVE aa acaadldau for tha uHIm ai i:irouit
-i"i ai ua .OTmor eleetloo.
WcaraautboriudtoBaBouBea W. V.tITCHk:R
a camlMaUi for h oSVa of Clraut Clark of
Aiaxaaaar couatjr at Um fcoTamber elecilva.
W ar authorbrad tn annnuona (Til l
CUiHK aa aa Independent candidal for U of
0c of ClrcUK Clark of AlniuUt auaai mt thm
TOR COCSTT COatStlSSlO.VER.
Wt ara aataoriid to annonnr Martin Braara.
of '1 nab, aa a candidate tor Uoantr Cummla
aloorr of Alaandr euunlT al thcaaaulna- ceuntv
W ar authorized in (.nnnunoa .lORif lllfRq.
Tk X. of Unrlewood precinct, aa a candMate fur
in omc or Louutr (joiumiMloiiar at Aln.
d-r eouatr at the November eleetlon.
AflCAIXIN I.OUOK, NO. 61.
KnlrhU ot Prthiaa, maeu ry Frl
iIbt nicbt at half-uaet at Ten, 10 Odd
aellowa' Uail. Itowa.
ALEXANDER LODGE, WO. He.
lndeiDdenl Order of O VI-Fellow
i, mart tfrrj Tharadajr aicht
at Lalf-taataeTcB. la I heir halloa
imntrul aretiue, batwaca elath aad Sevautt
f a, Darona, H u
XilRO LSCAMPMKKT. I. O. O. T.. maeta
cn 0M-rrllowa' HaU oa the flrat and third
uaaay ta erery month, at hall-past aerrn
A. Coamaa, C f
CAIRO LOIKJE. NO. Ut.A.T. A A. If.
ilold rarular aommnatnationa is Ha
le HaJl. tunmt Comatarrlal aeaauw
(1 aivbUi atraat. oa aba anA
'ourth Monday of aaoh nwtath.
KATR.'S OF ADVBatriAISSi.
sjpAU bills for a4vrttiaT. ar du aad par
able tv aoraaca
Traatient adfcrtUiaa' will be Inserted at the
rate of SI W par aquar for th firat inaertioa
and 30 cent for eaeh aubeeqoent oa A liberal
diaeuuat will be mad on staaUag and diapl
Eoruuertlnc Eancral notice SI as Xottceol
meatlng of soeieiiea or aeorat orders W arsta for
Cbareh, Society, Faetival aad flapper aoliea
will only be inserted as advertlaemcats
No adeerUaemcnt will be raoetrad at teas than
Hi cents, and no aarertucment will be inserted
for leaa than three dollar per month
I OCAS. Bt l!Jia JOTICES)
Of one square (8 Hues space) or more, In
serted in tbe BcLLETnc as follows : (Less
tbsn one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square. - $ 90
Two Insertions per square... 75
Three Insertions per square.."...'.:.'..... 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 00
One month per square 3 50
Special ralra made on large advertise
ments or lor longer time.
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1S7G.
LaeaJ Waathar Ma aerv
Oct, -;i una.
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3O.0S6 I ais
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it 74 I 7
1) wi 7h
7 a .m.
Sergeant. Signal 8errtre. V. A.
The "La Cults" takes tbe U ad of all
tine cigars, lor sale by t'aul II. Scbuh.
A second hand linger sewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
Tbe smokers favorite is "L Culls,"
for sale by Paul II. Scbub. Price, five
John Benson Is requested to call at tbe
Cairo Bulletin office, or communicate
with us by letter, concerning bis land In
Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. 2t
The largest and finest Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
Walder's, corner ot Sixtb and Oblo
Levee. 9-25-1 m.
Waalad aoo lea,
To call at tbe corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder bas a large
stock ot Overcoats and Men and Boys'
suits at prices to suit tbe tunes.
Hoaaeaerpera, Atteattaa t
A complete outfit ot furniture, almost
new, all tine and in good order, for
sale terms reasonable; just tbe thing
tor a couple going to housekeeping,
apply to Geo. Turner, at the- St. Charles
For Sale ar I.eae.-rha Arllagtaa
This well known and popular hotel Is
now offered for aale or lease, ou eaay
terms. For particulars inquire ou the
premlaea. Tuoe, B. Ellis,
10-20-tf, . Proprietor.
New Fraaeh Clark.
For sale, a new French clock, has never
been used. Is of elegant design, msrnle
and bronte, runs fourteen days, strike
every k hour and a half hour, retail price
SCO, can be bought for 40. Apply at
tbe Builetim office. E. A. Buavirr.
Buy the MU Cults" cigar of Paul B.
Schuh. Price, 5 cents. tf
has tbe largest and finest stock ot Boys'
and Youths' clothing that bas ever beeu
In Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any aire, at prices to anil the
Vbl. wbat I
i is dear
W J it lair
SW I ao do
8V ' iit do
times. - , - - -
Democatle voters ahsuld notaraet to
renaftsH- Tfca, tuy after 2toMrrow
TuAda!y,W4eiat etaWthey wUthav
The Metb.dl.t .irla.l.
There was a large attendance at the
Methodist sociable, held at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. James JolrtrtolrJ M Ff
aay nigut. it was a pleasant affair.
Jewess hie Ear.
ne bare received a communication
Irosj Mr. Jewett Wllcoi of tbe sa.
Cbarias hotel, wbjlwbaiiVj Motived tot
late rer pawiaaOuri tlJ-ierhiar, will ap
pear in Tuesday's Bt'tLirlx.
Democratic meetiiiirs were held st Car
bondale. CobdeQ and Mound City last
night. Mr. ObertV of this city and
George W. Wall, ot Du Quoin, were the
orators at Carbondale; Judge Mulkey
and Col. R. R. Townes at Cobden .
Charles Nelson, tbe colored orator, spoke
at Slound City.
Fannie Carter, the negro woman who
so dangerously wounded Mary Luce, also
a negro, with a knife on lat Wednesday
'Ufbt, was taken betore Judge Bfoss for
tor trial on rrtuey tut was again returned
to Jail, Mary Luce being unable to ap
pear agaiust her.
The members of tbe Tilden and Hend
ricks Retorm club are requested to meet
at their ball, corner of bixth street and
Commercial avenue, to-morrow (Mon-
day) evening, at 7:30 o'clock, p. m. A
full attendance Is requested, as business
of importance will come up tor transac
tion. C. M.Howe. Sec'r.
Will ateplg f air. Haaa.
The lion, Tbos. llalliday, chairman of
tbe county Democratic committee, has
requested Mr. Oberly to reply to Dan
Munn's bloody harangue ot Friday night,
and Mr. Oberly has consented to do so.
as will be seen by reference to another
column. Tbe time and place of the meet-
iiijf itas hoi tu Dtrn Bauouoeru.
Aliatla, (. ratrlrh'a aalal
You are hereby notitied to attend a
special meeting of tbe .St. P. B. Society,
to be held at your ball at 3 o'clock this
p.m., for tbe purpose of making the nec
essary arrangements far the annual liull
of the above named society. All tbe
members are requested to be present.
P. O'Lacoblin, Sec'y.
Tha Library Aaaaaialiaa.
The woman's club snd library assoaia
tlon met at the residence of Mrs. How
ard Oct. 29tb, and elected the following
officers for the ensuing term : -president,
Mrs. II. II. Candee; vice-president,
Mrs. A. B. Safford; secretary and
treasurer, Mrs. . C. Ford, executive
committee. Mrs. Dr. Smltb. Mrs. J. IL.
Oberly, Mrs. O. G. Alvord. ,
Attaailoa. Odd-fella we
The members of Alexander Lodge.
No. 221. 1. 0. 0. F., are no tilled to assem
ble at their hall promptly at one o'clock
this afternoon, to attend the funeral of
our deceased brother Robert Campbell.
Service will be held at his late residence
at two o'clock p. m. Funeral train will
start tor Villa ltidgre, from foot of Fourth
street at three o'clock p. m. By order
of N G. iliRUEX Blace, Sec'y.
Mr. Green Bishop, who resides at
Goose Island, came to Cairo, yesterday
morning in search of two men and a red'
beaded woman. The party went to Mr.
BMiop's house on Friday alteruoon, and
robbed him of a lot of lied clothing, table
linen, a rill, and other property amount
ing to about fifty dollars, wbl:h tbey
puckedaay in a skiff and proceedeJ
down tbe river. Up to a late hour last
evening, no trace ot tbe thieves bsd been
A mistake occurred In tbe name of tbe
parents of the child, notice of whose tun
ersl appeared in vesterday's Bclletlx.
It should bave been Charles and Mary
Baker, and was so written in the copy,
and not Charles and Mary Parker, as ap
peared In tbe paper. Tbe funeral took
place yesterday afternoon, and was at
tended by a large number of tbe friends
and acquaintances of tbe parents of the
Oberlg la Be pi 7 Sa Mana.
Tbe followlug correspondence explains
WILL YOC, JOHX ?
Caibo, Ills., Oct. Si, lcTO.
Ua. JofeTN R Obbblv:
Sir : The democratic central committee
rcspecttully Invite yon to address the
citizen ot Cairo and vicinity, in reply to
the speech delivered at the court house,
by Hon. D. W. Munn, of Chicago, 37tb
Inst. Please answer giving date for
Taos. W, IIallidat, Chairmsn.
t WILL, THANK TOf.
Caibo, Ills., Oct ta, 1STS.
Tbomas W. HallidaT, Esq., Chainnaa Ales
aader County Democratic Central Committee;
Dxab Sib : Your favor of this date,
asking me to reply to the speech of Col.
lngersoll, which Major Munn repeated iu
th" court bouse, last night, Is before me.
I will reply at any time and at any place
named , by the oomcol tee. Yours, &v
. i i
' ' Jko. H. Obeeit.
The riras rarlj ef the fteaa-a.
A number of our dancing young men
met at the Taylor Literary club rooms on
Friday evening, and arranged for a party,
to take place at the St. Charles on
the night ot the tenth of November . This
will be the first party ot the season, snd
every effort will be made by the mana
gers to Insure Its success. The eosumU
lees appointed are as follows :
Committee ot A rranEements George
Chellut, LouU C. Scbuckers, and Henry
t Floor Mnsgers-Sam Parker, Will K.
Hawkins and John Haynes.
Reception Committee Thomas Mor
gan and II. M. Wei ton,
; Invitations for tbe affair will be ex-
tended within a few riav.
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1 Safe, rilabieV Mrufless imf bttaap,' -i
, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Price only 85
aur wuibbki i-inrioi p:" "WudI RW TatV linr1 mh,Hil.tt tiiufi
Xrf GlMt, tAiheiBLi44rtit.'HIi.1
1 .a M ji a.r r
Bcllktix olllre for sale on the easiest
terms ; and a sad day It will be to Cairo
when she parts with the services of John
II. Oberly. The people will wake up to
Wlfloaikakl place is supplied by
some inferior man. We are sorry to see
lb announcement, for although Oberly
Is a rank Democrat, still be is one of the
ew, n gentleman and schsrar, of whorf
by otuar fflTf tidd'Martii tKe'uid
be protein heiootrfltfr ionrs fb ,V'lrd
are not Jot such."
On Friday night lust after M-Almin
Bad began .speaking la IM eOnrt- liasite,
an old d.irkey named Jeff Tllman, who
lives near Dr. Wood's farm, about three
miles above tbls city, and who. bad come
to tows with a' load of WOod daring the
afternoon, got into his wagon and started
home. When near the convent he was
attacked bv two white men and a negro.
wbo Jumped into bis wagon and took
from him a memorandum and several
other articles ot little value. He luckily
h4 4 tnoteyibn i ptraoa.l llietrob
bers after leaving him made a baity re
treat and bave not been beard of since.
j i ( i aa. vraiBT.
Helena (Ark.) World.
Col. Josbua M. Craig, of Chicot county.
well known tbrpogbout the SroOta. ooi
of tbe most tborougb-f oing business men
of our slate, is in the city, in the Interest
of the great flour mills ot Messrs. llalli
day Bros., Cairo, Illinois, and will re
main a week or more, visiting our mer
chants and proving to them tbe great
advantage of bis goods in quality, pries
and transportation. Previous to tbe war,
Col. Craig was one of the largest planters
In tbe great valley of tbe Mississippi, and
cultivated 2.300 acres in cotton. Tbe
celebrated Leland place, in Chicot, which
he sold lnJiS? lor $400,000, stands as an
ihdteator of bk extensive' dealings. Like
thousand of our wealthiest citizens who
lVt tbeir all by the great struggle of the
states, he is making the beat of his losses.
and seems to be but slightly dampened.
We extend him, iu the name of hundreds
of f riends, a most cordial greeting, and
trust that hi exoeilent goods will be ap
preciated as they deserve.
Ackerraan oa Oberly.
At-airuiaii, iuc cunor 01 to ! uiasaj
Patriot, though a staunch Republican,
speaks thus of Mr. Oberly and tbe late
senatorial troubles : .
It will be remembered that two Demo
cratic senatorial conventions have been
held lu the Fiftieth district, and that at
eacbaf them Hon. John li. Oberly was
nominated as one ol tbe candidates for
the thirtieth ireneral astemblr. Mr.
Oberly bas declined both nominations.
ana iu tne bclletlx oi Sat unlay last,
publhbes his letter to tbe notifying com
mittee, lie says :
There is a wider field (than his own
Senatorial district) In which I am called
to labor, and one lu wbleb 1 will not be
compelled to combat tbe vulgar false
hoods of unscrupulous adversaries before
too many voters of my own party from
whose eyes the scales of nice prejudice
have not yet fallen, and with whom, I re
gret to say, shallow-brained and dishon
est men are still verv potent."
It is a melancholy fact that such Is the
simple truth, and the rank and file of
Democracy have banded together to
drive John II. Oberly out of the party.
Indeed he is no more at borne there than
either Slippery Sam or tbe devil would
be in a prayer meetiug.
Wm. H. H. Indson, managing editor
of tbe New Orleans Time$ was a guest at
the Sr.' Charles yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bird of Jackson,
Mo., were at the St. Charles yesterday.
Miss Kittle Brown of Metropolis Is at
tbe residence ef Mr. John Q. fJarman.
. G. Wise of Boston and G. L. Hub-
bell ot New Orleans are at the St. Charles.
D. Urban and family of St. Louis are
at the St. Charles.
L. J. Unna, of Chicago, father of Mrs.
H. Meyers of this city, is stopping here
for a few days.
The members of tho Grand Lodge ot
B. B. are tbe guests of fl. Movers of this
L. J. Unna and Cbas. Kormlnski,
members of tbe Grand Lodge of tbe In
dependent Order of B. B., will install tbe
officers to-morrow afternoon at 5 p.m.,
at Odd-Fellows' ball.
R. J. Cundlff is happy ; Us a bouncer,
a girl, and weighs twelve pounds.
A Birthday Party.
Miss Edith Wheeler celebrated her
eleventh birthdsy on Friday last. In
tbe evening, a party of little folks, boys
and girls of various ages, were invited to
meet her at her home. Some thirty or
thirty five responded to the Invitation,
and the occasion was one of much pleas
ure to all of them. The mildness of the
evening permitted open doors and win
dows, and the whole bouse and
yard was taken possession of
by as merry a group of
children as were ever gathered together
on a festive occasion. The games and
.days were highly enjoyed and at uine
j' cloak, the f4rashjuenl .were, eerad,
be little liostes and all bcr guests show,
iug particular Interest snd delight In this
.utrt of tbe evenlug's entertainment. The
vent was made specially important to
Miss Edith by the reception of several
presents from some of her young friends.
Miss Maud Klttenhouse presented a silk
handkerchief ; Miss Wimie Dunning, a
neck ruff : Master Wood Ritteubouae, a
bracket; MUs Settle Korseineyer, a Uce
handkerchief ; Miss Jessie Humphreys, a
cornucopia ; Miss Daisy HalUday, a
photograph of herself; Master Saodu
Korsemeyer, a bracket; Miss Mamie fan
keg, ap attograpb aibunv, v
"When all tbe world was youog
boys," tbe Inhabitants ot it must have
had a far worse time than tbey are gen
erally credited with passing. Tbey bad
yet. tbey neer use4 B. X. Babbitt's Best
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Travelers making tours ia connection
with a trip to or Irom tbo Centcniilal,
almost Invariably' book the American
House in Boston as their hotel for that
city, and almost daily tbls well known
bouse Is thronged with strahgers, tourist
ana bridal couples,
Was rTAnTrt. mrew Riror,
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Cairo.. ... u.,
BeloW iiigb water of
9ertant, Sutnal Service. l . A,
' ' Mat. '. ' ' ' ,
. . '": ' shrived. "
' Steamer James Flak, Paducau.
City of Chester, MemptiK
Andy Bautn, MempbU.
Grand Tower, St. Loui. .
' DOartkd. . .
Steamer James Flsk, Paducab.
City of Chester, St. Louis.
Grand Tower, Vkksburg.
" Andy Bautn, Cincinnati.
The Grand Tower passed flown with a
gooa cargo, sue uiaae jigui additions
There has been a good deal of trouble
at Horse Tail within tbe .past few days.
Tbe Garrett and barges wero still at
the wbatf last night, but was expected to
get away during tbe night.
The Iron Mountain came over the bar
a( norsetail all right on Friday night and
was due here last night..-. She will leave
this port for! Pitt'burg with ven loaded
barges. r' ..'
1 hoGraTid Republic was due last nlcht.
from St. Louis for New Orleans.
; The City of. Chester p issed ud for St.
Loots yesterday morning.
The Fisk hud a lair trip from Pudu-
Tbe Arkansas Belle is due from Louis
K. r. Koakel a Bitter Wine af Iron
baa never been k' own U tail la tbe cure of
tteakms, atteatld wlib syint torn ; indis
position .0 X hi tn Q Inas uf incmorv. tlifll-
culty ol braatbioaT.Kefera we ikDpa-, horror
ot disease? weak, uvrvuusiremiilir g. dread-
lul boiroror U alb. niKlil aweau. col feet.
weakness, dimness ol viaiun, languor, uni
versal lasaitude ot tbe muacuiar sy-Um,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, bt hand, fiasbicg ot the U Jy, Urj--ness
of tbe akin, pallid eountena c and
eruptions on tbe face, purifying th blood.
pain In tbe bark, heaviness ot tbe eyelids,
frequsnt black spots fly lug before the ere
etih temparary suffiMon and loss of nllit,
want ot attention, etc. i These symptoms
all art- from a weakness, aad to rinpd
tbat, ue K. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine rif
iroa. it never talis. ilioUanrt are now
eoloyiD? tiealtb who bave used it. Take
only K. K. Kunkel's.
Meware or counterreit and base imita
tions An Hunker Bitter Wine of Iron is
lo well kbOM n all over tbe couutry, druf-
gims iiiemittive maae an mutation and try
to cell it oil to their customers, w hen tliev
call for Hunkers Hitter lne or Iron.
Kunkei's Bitter Miue of Iron U nut ud
only in it bottles, and Urk a yellow wrapper
nicely put oo me ouisioe voifi the pro
prietor's photograph oa th" wrapper of
each hot ile. Always look for the photo
rraph on ibe outolds, and you will always
be sure to get tbe genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or six for 96. Sold by druggists and
ALL WOBM9 REMOVED ALIVE. -
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Srrup never falls
to destroy Pin Seat and Momttcb Worms.
Ui. Kunaei, tne only succsim physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
caramon sense teacnei mat n tape orm
be rtmoved, all other worms can be reudiiy
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun
kel. Ho. U9 Worth Ninth street, 1'hiladel
pbia, Pa., or call on your drupgUt and auk
for a noma or nunaers worm syrup.
Price, V 1.00. It never tails.
How To Make Honey.
We will state that tbe surest, best and
spaedlem war to "multiply and iocreae"
is to call at No. Vi Wail Street, Mew Yoik,
ana consult wun aicx r roimu-usm & Co.
The gentlemen, who have loui been
IdentiQed with the blxtory and adairs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled fn mone
tary affairp, and In everything apnertaiotng
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proficiency. It may aUo be said that
of tbe many Brokers In tbat city tbey are
not only th most popular, but also the
moat euccesstul, ben patronized, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Anion the customers ot the houne of
Alex Frothinghaui & Co , are some o our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to tbe labors of this
firm lor much of tbe wealth tbey now en.ioy.
Uuriuif the long and successful exper
ience ot Mensrs. Al-x. Frothimrbam & Co.,
In this city tbey bave earned for tbemiclves
an enviable reputation fur honesty, Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
colomal in pa proportions. In fact, tbe
amount of busine done by this Iioupo in
the course of a year is sometbitig wonder
ful, and olten form the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacioun
races in Wall street to prove the truth of
tbe above statement.
How tbey manaze to convert 10 to 20
120 to 10, ) Into eO, and an on, is a
secret wiilcb they alone can explain ; but
that tory succeed in doing fro In a (act t.o
well known to admit of doubt. It you
weti'd sately nd profitably :nvet your
umney, do not hesitate to isvpr tiiis lirm
with your cans ana conadea. Tbat by o
doing you will reap an sbundunt reard,
tha experience ol tnouandn ot our be'
citixens attest. Th neceasity of taking
such a course In thaae times of totterin
bank aud noanclal airiagency must be ap
parent to tbe most Indlttersat and carelee
Messrs- Alex Frothinghaui Jt Co., are
prepared to tnve-t money to any amount In
the best se -urit es, aud la every transac
tion in wbicb tbey may be engaged auar
ante en ira aattstacilon to those who honor
them itb tbeir patronage.
jjjrSend for their Kxplanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail tree
to all who desire t"em. From A )'. ilr
puUt.04Arili l:e. :-lK.eod.im
In th District Court of ib (Jolted States, for the
Southern District of Illinois, la bankruptcy,
In ib matter of aticbaal ilellbron A Pemard
Nop U hereby gWtn that a petition ha bawa
SM In saM court u said fcfiobtel Hellbron and
Bar-aid Well of Cairo, in th county of Alex,
aa, la sale alatnrt, duly dt;iareit-iatikTupts
under the act of cvnkr ol il rcu li 1, let7.
tut a duwbarn and artiHa taereaf. lYusaall
thalr ilabf aad ether claim prorabl uuder said
ot, a4 mat th Ktb day of Oofober. IS'S. at
- ras -aata oon, ar -m vnneu
Ma la tn city of Springfield,
i all radtO" of saU naakrupta
hwaa-tt hrrsr. out atterid and
tat Coart room
and alt oMBT twrse:
; said paUtloa. U:$W3S t1fA.
shew eao. 'i aay wer nave, wnj in prayer oi
Basaaaaa ajavaf sessasat a w a- w
. MoHgatee'e Vale. i
M'StStAS. Nnfia lrtrl, fl th C4t.t cf
Aleui.teramt Mne f IBiuuU, l. t t , et Ik hi
tnistUenl, or mU niorlKHK'' uil eXeonliil ni
knowleilgcd anil nelneini, 1eiirinK iiuit the leth
'lay of Auaust. A. li , in;ii, aud iccmUcu iu
KeRiinler's nillrte or tleHhiler county , In the
Maienr llliiKMi, in MMik . s,ile iiin1uk'c Ml
sa;p 31, did ronvry mini i ir mil I'lcrnl' y s
tniHtae, all, tae f.J(iwin lri ilied iirtniii'tv, .
ffillisicl in thecntintv f AirJalwii-r Hli.l Mme ..(
Illinois to wit: 1 ire southt fnirtirn.iil imi t I
of ertion tweiity-flvefif ), townKip sevrntern '
i west t aiso Ui southravt Irse
iif.uil pttofttmwrntj-n (;, in fun
shlp ereattea (I7, m nuiretwo M awr; to e
cur the psyanmiaf a iiroinieeore m.te liir the
utu criiiirhun.li! sn4 elatr-eight oll,ir. e.
ecuieu oy ine uki Alarm Kutjcvt ami payable le
theemterof the sail rseina tiretnley i and
wh-rra. it Is provided in and l -. t.u.f
deed, that in esse or delimit in the payment of
the UM promlsfory note, or nnr part theieof,
jcar4ins U in lei.or and tffwt ol ui.l i.oir
than, n auphsitM.a cf th lerl holiler of .iid
tj jte. it ihuint aiij mintil U lawful lor the un
derjlg ,e.i urswtus Uiernky to sell axd Um.o!-e
ortbcMid pnnnws.an.lall the rUht. title, Ln
rtlt, and etiiit ot letl. inii. n i.l Hi l.M .iia
Kouert. or bi-r liirs an, I ss.icn. then in nt i.i.l,
IiC auction at lne wl A nt or the r, nrt hou-e.
in the cityot I aire, In tliecoiintv i.f Atail,.,
and Mute or Illinois, fir the hiuhrt rmI list
price the same will hrina in cash sf.er Imvlim
advertiMvl n,u-h nir thirty ilav in nnv n.-v.i.n-
lrr atinai lime tmi.iistieil In tho Mii.l rity of
. ..i,, kiiii in inane, exrnitr, ami ilclivi r In Die
purrliaer or i iirrlMters at sm h sm'e. g.,-, ml
xiinlrirnt 'Wd or deeils of l oniri nnre lor the
prrliiixeM solil. and out or the prM:ee,l ot nurli
ale to pny all cvnu and eviipiios lo utnd in ail
vertisiUK aud celling Miiij premise,, ineiuilira
sturnfV sl.e, al, the princi)! nil im reM
on aa it n"tc: and, whereat, H-r.(tilt ft, u,a
ma"e In the psymcn! of the nld note, prin.-ioai
anil lnte-eit i now, fliirretore, pul.He noike ts
lien-br rr,tht in p r uanre of imld ?aie
tnortKajte. an-l br Tiriueorne pnwt-r ami au
thority to me granted in and bv in- amne, and
by virtue of n. atatute ol Ihesiutc, I. tlit-uniler-signed
Will on I rkUy, the ITth day of Nov , A.
I , I'ffl Bt eo'clnck, p m., atwetrloi r ofthe
court houio. in thefltVof Cairo, sell sndd i in,.
02 the uremise eIiot. ami i,i mti.i ,,.,
K'ltreiUed ile.rrilwJ. and nil tlierliht. tin..
etlt and eiiulte of redemplioo of the ssid Mnri'i
Robert, her heirs or as'irns thpivin i .o,ii
UP"on. tor tbe hlfc-uest and best price. theiuie
iliu v. iu, 111 , .
UXECAtt LANLKN.A!t'rl.,r M..n,L,
Oct. IT, K;tJ.-3(Ki '
Mtaii City. Ctaswlil . ibj
St. Louis, Mo.
TH08. A.BICr. A. 1. B..
3. H. HUEWCOO;
ULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 CO
cour.-e ul lul
Thorough and t'racticul
V in tilt! I .lilted Stuff a
cuurie inilipi'iiMlilo t erery young man cm
bsrkinf on tb- sea ol life.
For Illustrated Circular,
A. Illlt, A. M.
I. I.. 1..
mil e...c.b :n m
Room and Board. 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor $2 COPevDaV
Special Rate by Week or Month.
A limited numlr of very uV-iral.le In mi I
rooms cun be securvd atresjiouuble rules lur tbt
The St Charles is the lnrfrestun'l liest anpolnt
ed House In Southern Illinois, nut! is the leuiPnK
hotel In Cairo. Kotwllh-landinir the " Bvd
Kock" reiluction iu prioes, the table will, as
usual, be liberally supplied with i he very best
of every thing Uwt cau b fuun.i in market.
Fine hirge suinple rooms for cimun-rcuil truv
ler. on ftround floor, free of charire
0"A11 bagfraeeoft-uvsts Convened tonnillrotn
tbe hotel Without chartre
Jt WETT WILIX Jt CO. ,
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Tban ever for CASH.
Prom Fifty cents tnTwcnty-Oredollars.
A lull line of tate style corsets and hosiery at
lower prices tlmn ever before offered lu
Cairo. Old straws made over, or tuken
iu exchange fur new goods.
.A full PiocL ol
La.lics Wooleu and Cation
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, etr. , of evrry rnrietv nn'l
' nt all Prices.
My stock aiust lie closed out, and I will give
my customers better barrnins iliau ever oilered
befoiv MU4. C. M'l-KAN.
Ta lite " Working: flaa W are now
pwtiared to furnish all claasea with constant em
ploy Bient at boms, the whole of the lime, or for
tluir spare moments. Business new, licla and
prollutble, I'l-rion of either aea eatjly earu
from 5Mceuts to ( per eveuiutf. and a propor
tions! sum by devoting their w hole time tu th
busiuess, llovs uril girls earn marly as mueh
as men. That ail w ho see this no! lie uise send
tlieir aildivs., ami tr.t Uw business we make litis
unparalleled oiler: To eiu h at are um well aln
tied we will send one dollar to iay f r tne
troubl of writ ma- lull )urln ii'sr. atimples
worth aeversi dulhtrs to commeiire n.ra on,
aud a copy ol llniua aud r iia-nle. one u lite
largest and bent illustrated puUiratii.ua. ull i.l
I'reehvinsd lirader. il v u wnt p rmauent.
Crortutliie work, UaoKoc erisau.N A Co, l'ort
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
Wholesale and KeUll Dealer ta
Forel i Domestic
WINE OF AliL UIXUN,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
. OAIBO. ILL8. .
f KSSRf . SMTTU CO. aav eotutaady
b lartr aussa ot iu neat guou tu uui uwj
(at, and give especial Hullon tola Mholal
ranch ot the buainea
, LA WYE",'
(Until you havs s.vi and tried our ne)
(AS WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(Meet ccctaiucii ol nm a:3 cas.)
(InUii Utile or nD Scot cr CIMff,
( First-Bite Draft wim enttrB ccairol of tie nrto
(CIVIXC A VERY STR0XO
AND rT.MF0R.TI 1TE1T.)
And the construction of tlie Stove Is so simple that
tlitl which are export to triti nso uestesn
"J tiu.ckiy rcptacea n a small oot liy
ujw itr,(Fii.iKni wron. y c sre
f.ire ennfl.lent tliat Uie HeA.UI.lr.HT 1
We are tuuv
tl awniaUed In tne special Hiuts of)
eperreot combustion,) .
(Great Heating Capacity.)
(Economy in Price.)
Tor Price Lists ad.lr. ss
mum mmmw cox
612, 614, 615 & 618 N.M2ia Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON,
fKfn, (UifalC Cs)UiiaVM.
tu the uiarrnd mud nur-
ff the :suai HvHfni, it avbuaica.
fM. UU'-l Ult iiUTIcl in the
rwnet (t n'latudtiLirun; h jto
traTy htppv iu Uie ntrriftt rctatrttn.
3 u:t anil nnuJle un-'J iftoiiid rraal ami m
las t isu arnsmifj
uu.nt mfoniigt o, whirli no one ctvn ailaru tu be mth
s-TW It i tt
cut; un how lo pr?t-rT the hea th, attd wntpiexitrn, acil
itWto faUil Ciievke the tnmhneta ol yotiLh: that brtt and
jnlr (ru :arnaK GukIc in iiie wnr 0. Piii-tf WJear.a
ty MalL T.e author ms b cooii!d pj ona!!y or IV
mail on arv ofthenhrfs mittiunrHi In t.s urM..AiU
lr. A. Q. Qmff J-tf Mah..irfi.snai--t:.!1,-njr.
Boot uud Shoe Maker,"
Nns re-opt'iied liis italilislimwit in tin.'
ATHENE! M EUILD ICO.
W t'i I i ;iu I f lotlli.l tl!l
fo OllilS ill III. I. lie,
(i.v e .1 r t- - il
tr.i n t.o -tojk
$1,200 PROFIT 01 im
Mad? 3' y day ill Putt and Chit's. InvM ncrnrtllraf;
to your nis-aivH. $lo, ur In V U f I V
il-LUKs, hn bniittiJit a antah Um -ne tu fie car t'i-1
iiivci- -r We adv.se hen in l how ro UThnlA I t
AFtIY. Itook wih fn'l ini.Tm.it! n sent J ret
Adtirraiordera by iTM't an.' 'rtrtr, iti
BAXTER & CO.,
Banker and mosvis 17 Usli m.. N T.
Three tboasiuid two liuinlieil uli'l fifky I'oCjri
Wur.li of uewpuiHT mli rti.-lnpr. it t tTii!tsh--
rules gum lor -Tiio sii'l h ihivc il out .' m.tu
eeepieti in ih Jiient t'ri.m ud e. lii r. ol' ie.on
Ibiliti . A i line I li-t Kivmtf iiMine . ehsr i ter,
cilisl ilitilv anil weekly c.ri'U alum sil'l schedule
a t ufatUei'lUluu, sent U' l any (ulille-s.
AtiiilTto V.to f K.m'HI .e I n , ev
AJveftiinn Agents, 41 i'arV Kow, X.
The MEDICAL WONDER.
r l "HI t.H " ft 1 1. Vj
N INFAI.MIILF. SPECIFIC FOB MSFA?FS
' ..f the MVfcK, bl-LKL, ktl'M anti lit -W.
F.I.S, an'l great currecuve tl all leoisis I'erai ge
mni4. It contains no alchclic tpmu ami is U.e
Uti'ta.'.'t tuKtiUUt Jar C J.. ;.'.
HKAD TIIIB I
CHMi'LIMI STAKV 1 1 --TIM! M .U TO.
MtSSRS. J It C. HIACL'IKF, M. l-ui-.-too--Geii
k'lncn Tha uni!.r.(n ul l am.; I !.. ii cm tor
many ycrs ri-li.t lr .h.n .M .m1 i.li.in.Liu
litis, as 1 ul "ervii.; ibf Hoi i u ij n ul vcui
renitfilicM f t i..it er rorin it -. m Kf.ir
vul.ititar evi .cme 1 1
in our iM"i ui Se- pi
I Ikl ,
CU DV KANoil Id I I I ' k..
claim f -r u a sn iiUer..i v., rnras-.
rs'.'Y'i ' 'l-ll,:1' -r
il i e live- tiu- J.
and .Mulct c . u. t hutviu
kiilne. itn ' In. wcln
Iill Til li :tV Mayor, w'v.i a.'.'s ; "1 hv.
(hand f... ihe m. si 1'lca.ii; juui eUcvsivq aa.kio
I hive evrr nved ' . . . : ,
MII.KS SKI.1.S, Suite IinxiraiK c CuBiuissiuntr,
whs a.ivi, : ' 1 cud -re tt.c .M... r . . p.
. C Jlicr Lead & t-d
f I ..it u i knJ Puadcr
I'll AS. G CONTIH. '
C hiu'u 1idi t'ea. Coo
I' i; ItkCtSo!.
' JenVs ' i.l M.v lni
lIF.NkV T. MUI'U,
!.mi I iiv & County Att'f.
i KANk VAI I.l ,
I'l'k C mrt t rim Cotratt.
II M CHAMfctkS,
lTi-1 & l'ry Psnk,'
V -I. i.Hl r NWOOH,
Hr-, V M .C. A.
I.. A MJUYiMl K,
. f Shry Jvk & C.
W T.C.AV. -.
vf C v. ii JnnkniB ft
erp. St. L.hhs t.Ijbe.
W I W Ai .MR,
Clerk frobavc C'urt.
UKIT1 IN A Hll I..
Attorney at l.au .
Uts I'rc. Bjat-nan's
NORMAN J COI MAN
r.i'. ftur-l W -ri.i
U. S. HA'il N t I T,
lteti:y ' Hvl
M T. ANDRU, .
of MoJy. ltcil To.
e4 Jarnum 1 Hotel.
Aai asny oth too nuir.cfoi-i t rxniioa. .
J. & C. MACUIRE,
wsw, ) eswmei a
. s m isiviiis.
- i W
haafl afacMT Wa.
Iia. BlOO a BSDaU
Aaeata. a aw
Jilt A V C. at. 141. Ska
Msrsjshaiftoa ares pa al w alat