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i J. O. LYNOH'B
Real Estate Column
. ' AxMidreonnty land, Cairn lore,
.lnj tor 5U Lrtpl prortr.
A Jlttt residence 6a curut r llalbrook
vnine aii'I Twenty-third rtnt. at
, arjraln. ; f
TlM) aoflth halt of tfm "Pilot" ii7uw! at
Sevoral flue rooiu In Winter's block.
lood two story brick lulublc lor
.ore anil offlccn on Coinincrcial uvr.nuc,
jettvwn Eleventh and Twelfth. -Brick
dwelling comer .N'iuvtetmb
tod Poplar street.
Saloon and fixtures, routhweet corn
-r Eighteenth stnet and Commercial
t venue, at a bargain.
Dwelling house on i;ros strict, wts
(A Washington avenue.
Two business bousf n Ivre street,
above Eighth, $30 each,
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, f 10.
Two story house on Commercial av
enuo. Two tenement suit.-ibln for shop
find mldences. '
Store room, rorrirr Twentieth and
Up stairs of bouse on Commercial a v
cnuo, near 10th street. Suitable for
Tenements numbered 8, 0 and 10
W Infer" Row, 5 rooma each for $10
pr month. In flrsHdass order.
Orphan Asylum bulldbi and prtruU
h. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooms In vartori parti f tho city.
FOR LEAfcE OR SALE.
Laud, In tracts to rait, near Cairo.
' The lra Trail."
A rpiey sketch descriptive) of a trip
over the Atchinson, Topcka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "N'yro Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York World,
wnt free on application, together with
the San Juan Guide, maps and time
tables ol this new and popular route
from Kanww City and Atchlnaon to
Pueblo, Denver and all points in Col
orado, New Mexico, Arizona and the .San
Juan Mines. The finest line of l'ulluun
Sleepers on the continent between tho
Missouri river and the Rocky MounUins
without change. Special round trip
tourists1 tickets from tbe Mi-iourl river
to Denver at $50, good to stop off at nil
T. J. Anm.k-kj.v.
Ornvfi! Paisengcr Agent.
VVis have this day sold to Mr. t. ('
Ford tlx; entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of tho picture training department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should tie sent to him or left at
this office-. We bespeak tor him the lib
erstiiy ot patromffr; that ha? been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ol
moulding Is complete, ptlis beyond
( ompetiUon and he jnarr-nt. atlfao
lion in all cases.
CuirnOr.t. 1 1-75. .
tf Cairo Bvllmin (o.
Tb).llKlM-irt.ad fre Luarta.
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ol Twcltib sti-eet
and Washington avenue, excels all
there, in his lino of business in his free
lunches. Erery morning at ten o'oejock.
Mr. Jaeckel spread a lunch which would
do honor to aay saloon in the land. His
friends should make a note of this and
give him a call. 20-dlra
J. torwra; Utrlatiouae.
on Eighth street, two doors Irom Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
lashionable hair rut or smooth shave
or anything else la the barber liec La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the sbop or their homes,
XMlesI Isilrmran. '
Tbe best violin, guitar and bass strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of . & W, Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
a speciality. - JMO-lf
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable bair cut, or retrekhinj champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. Tbe bet of perfumeries and
bair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one In the city, and is
always kept in tbe neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
A good store room iu John Reese's
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington aveuue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling boose in
eame building. Rent reasonable; apply
on the premises. 10-4-1 m
Hotheri can evcur health frr Uitlr chit
drto sud rest for tbttaselve by tb Um. ef Cas
tors, a pultct substitute tor Caetor Oil. It (
abaclaUlybaraaltMi. andisss pleasant tc- take
a booty. Yot Wind-Collta sour stomach,
wonus er coustlpation, lor youug or old, tier
I nothing. iuwtsUnoelike f. Tt law tain, it
'speedy, it I cheap.
eta, sweWnce, fpraias. stuf jolats, caias
Kalds, polaoaoua blue, and sU bone aad
tauacle ailiuenti, can te absolutely ourl by tbe
Centaur Uuioieut. Wbat tbe WUite Uuhneal
is for ths bumaa family, tbe Yeuow UnUttant
is for iiBe4, aaiiH sad tame borses aad aal-
Mrs. Daniel lAinpert w ill continue the
barber buainess ot her late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth iixX betweeu
Waahlngtou and Coiuuercud. The shop
will be under tbe snpei vMon of John
LAmpertwbols first-class barber and
Invite old and new customers' to give
1V :;. , . ,
W ar evASttxed M aaeonSne .verSTW T.
Orttt-Qt H Siaidi SN for rbvuTof Alas
n4rouatt.bitk cealiat tnvvt? riactioa.
Wait utkoritei PlTlH SA CT,
for an to'lruMieeyll1 for hvtffnf Al
tB4rriuiit7, ettM euiB4ttovs7)airUrv.
. LiiiTwB.Bl'UnihP1iaM aaannnre that t
ru a rao'llaatt fcr I be qftnr ef Motee Ationtr
for AJuaBder enuty at the November ele
nol- I :, ; , , Wyt.CMut.WT-
We ere eoAeriatd a aaae4nre GEO. W.
HENDHIC KH, JR , aft a cm data at tbe No-
vambereleciioa, for Stn Ateortrrt tTX Atajf
ao'kr rounty , I
.. . .. , , UliClUr CLEtlK.
' We ait autborlaed ta awtouDee WILLI AU
W. WPITKEl KR3 aa e uoclMale lr Circuit
Clrrk of Alcsanlur county st Uie ouidim eonaty
atooUoa. . - .
We are authorised to sdbouikw JOH5 Q,
HARM AX aft e candidate for tbe office i.f Cir
cuit clerk of AU.xamltr county at the ranuing
We are antborlz! to aanouure JOHN A,
RkKVlb as acmidldate for tbe oOice ot Circuit
Vlk at um MoTcmber electioa.
Wtareauthorlid to announce W. r.PITCRKR
uscaodl'Ute Tor Ue office of Circuit Clerk of
AJeuoiler county at tt KoYcnibrr elrciion.
We aie authorieed Ut annoitricr CYP.l S
(AAjSk. as an I ndrprndnt eaodi'tate for tbe if
flre ol Circuit Clerk of Alianler county at tlie
election NoTemlier lib, HC! .
FOB COCNTT COMMI9S10XKK.
We are auUiorised to anoounea Martin Brown,
of Tbcbea, aa a candidate for County Uenajiie
alonrr or AlcxaaUer county at tbeeriftuine; onnrrty
We are ftuthorle! to announce JOHN lll'ltl
TI'N. of liulcwood precinct, aa candidate fur
the office of County ComrniMionn of Alnm
uVr Guiiaty at tbe Nevembcr clwtion.
fjrv AfiCALON LODGE, Ko. fl. -
4' Kni)rlit of Pytbina, mU arrry Tr-
Frilowa' Hall. Hows,
i-i ' ALMAKnBR IODGE, NO. 224.
JT lndeiicn'lfnt OtVt of 04d-Fl-y
toe. tntrts fay Tburertay night
iimini1 at huff-retff ktmi, tn their hail on
twi roial avenue, bt twem fciith and rTrntb
trfta . N. A, Dr roHt, K O
1A.IRO lffJAMPMTNT, . O. O. r., n.et
m kM-i1Iowi Hall on fh ttnt and third
I uley in erery month, at balf-paat seven
A. Comwoft, Vj P
A CAIRO LODGE. NO. 237, A. F. A A. M.
Hold rvtrular eonUBunieationa in Ha
Xaonu: HaiI, corner Commercial avenue
' ' !tnd Kiylith etrer, on the second and
ourth fondaT of each month.
BATKft Or AnTEmTIMIXG.
ttf All bills for sdTertleini() axe due and pay
Traniiant aHrertisinf will be lieTtvd at the
rate of tl 00 r squan for the Ant lnoertion
nnd AO cents fox each aubaequent one A liberal
dieoount will tie made on standing and riiil
For inaertina: Faneral notice $1 W VrMct of
meetlns; of tocietlee or secret orders V) cent for
each inter Lion
Cbercb, Society, Feettvalaad Sjppcr nutk.-ea
will only be Inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be jeueivert at lemi than
tn cent, and no adverbwnient will tw infterted
for lee than three dollar i-er month
LOCAL Bt SIKI.M MUTIt'KM
Of one fuarv (H lines Fjtace) or more, in
hcrtcd in the IIi llktin as follows : (le-s
than one M'Jure counted as a square.)
One insertion per square
Two insertions p.r siiare.
Thrteiu-M-itioiis p:r square 1
Six fnscrtions per iqture... 1
Two wct-U per g'tuarc
One month per sijoare.
Special rates made on Urge advertWv
ments or lor longer time.
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1S-70.
Local WeaSaMv Keaort.
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Gt-rtrant. Sixnal Kervice. lT. H.A.
Tho "La Cults" takes the lead of all
fine cigars, lor sale by Paul H. Sohuh.
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or aala cheap. Apply at Stowart A
W Inters auction room. -
At ISebtib'a. ' - r .
The smokers lavorito Is "LaCulta,"
for sale by Paul H. Schuh. Price, five
John Benson Is requested to coll at the
Cairo Bullktik office, or communicate
with us by letter, concerning bis land In
Milwaukee county, Wisconsin. -t
The largest and finest btock of (".enth'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
Walder's, corner ol Sixth and Ohio
. Wealed 00 Meet,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee, lice Wilder.- baa a large
stock of Overcoats and ilea and, Boys
suits at prices to eait the times.
,:, . O-aS-lni.
Honeekeepers, Atteaitian I
' A ootnplete outfit ot furniture, almost
new, all lino and in rood order, tor
sale terms reasonable; just tbe thing
tor a couple going to housekeeping,
apply to Geo. Turner, at the St. Charles
For Bala er JLeaee. sTe .ArltngUtu
This well known and popular hotel Is
now oflered tbr bale or lease, on easy
terms. .For particulars inquire on tho
premises. v Taos, B. Ellis, ,.
Slew Fresteb Qeek, .
For sale, a new French clock, has never
been used, hi of elegaat. design, warble
and broue, rune fourteen days, tUlkt
every hour und a half hour, retail irw
$60, cm be bpngbi' for $40,, Apply at
the Bulletin orHc. JC. a. BritxtTT,
- MM Cult, v. ' ' 5
. Buy ttie 'U Cults" dgar'ot Paul H.
Hcbuu. Price, I eentij. ; ' -; r tf
. . Use Welder - .i - ,
has the largest aad finest stock; ot Jtoys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
In Cairo. . He can salt, a Oiildirom! four
Best ihn tt. Obarir th tnrS
By Invitation of the Alexander county
Democratic central ' committee, JlpoX
it rj Ik - . 1 A .
ovnu ii. vn'ou fees miim
citizens of Cairo on the joliticaJ questions
ot tho day at tbe court
house to-morrow f Wednctiday) evening,
Hxs $btlt wlrf sfc4lh7refy t6tlsfat4
tho samc!place last Friday evening. Dem
ocrats hnd Republicans arc alike Invited
to be present. j?eaj will be reaerfed foe
YOU MUST ItEULSTEIt TO-DAY.
I omocratiTotcr. should notferecf i4
ixnictuticr ; Biat Uay After" to-morrow,
Tuesday, la the last chanra they will have
YOU MUSTP.EG1STEU TO-DAY.
; or Nalc.
Two good Milch Cows with young
uaives-j' Apply, to Jinns .Tbtiasxjk.atAntf
depot. " Sun please copy. it.
YOU MUST REGIS l'KK TO-DAY.
Green U. Raum had a good audience
at tbe court houe last night. His speech
was one peruliafly ctur&cteristtoot him,
but the gallants were very load in Jhelr
applause, and made Green Jcl much
greater than he really a.
YOU MUST REGISTER TO-DAY.
Fannie Carter, the negro womrin who
so dangerously wounded Mary Luce, also
a negro, with a knife on last Wednesday
night, wa- Liken belore Judge Bross for
lor trial on Friday but was again returned
to jail, Mary Luce being unable to ap
pear against her. r j r.
YOU MUST REGlSTEirTO-bAY.
. . WIU sveply te Jte. Met eta).
The Hon, Thou. Hanidayj chairman of
the county Democratic comuitteo, has
requested Mr. Oberly to reply to Dan
Munns bloody harangue of Friday night,
and Mr. Oberly has consented to do so,
as will be seen bj reference to another
column. The time and place of the meet
ing has not vet been announced.
YOU MUsTrEGLSTEII TO-DAY.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday were Robert S.Riddle,5atchei,'
Miss,; O. .G. Williams, St. Louis; Mr.
J. W. Tilford, Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. Charley C. , Mason, formerly.
clerk in the Illinois Central railroad oi
tiees here, and well and favorably known
to our citizens, now occupies the .posi
tion of bill clerk in the office of the St.
lxmit, Iron Mountain and Southern rail
road at Tcxarkana.
YOU MUST REGISTER TO-DAY.
A BprlKully Conttdeace Man.
A confidence man, who is supposed to
Itave enmc hero on the Grand Republic
tried his wicked tricks on a young
greener on one ol the whart boats j ester
day. He was detected by several gentle
men and arrested, and while on his way
to Jttil broko away troin the officer, and
r.ltiar a lively chase and a half hours hunt,
was again found under a honse on
Eleventh street, back of Walnut. He is
iu tbe calaboose nnd will be given hear
ing thii morning.
YOU MUST REGISTER TO-DAY.
Our friend Jewctt, of the St. Charles
hotel, denounces the item in the Bulle
tin iu regard to the colored orator, Nel
son, as contemptible, and says Nelson re
turned bU sincere thauka tOfMrDean,
the clerk, for the '' kindness' shown him'.
It is possible our statement might, have
been modified. But we know Jewett will
not deny that the kindness shown Mr.
Nelson was wholly due to his absence.
Mr. Dean, the clerk, was in charge of
the St. Charles during Mr.. Nelson's slay
there. Mr. Dean is a progressive Demo
crat. Jewett Is a high-toned, bloody-shirt
Radical. Hence his dislike for the ne
YOU MI ST REGISTER TO-DAY.
A gentleman whose name we could not
lrarn, came to Cairo from Essex, Mo.,
on. Saturday, to purchase tickets for him
self and family from this point to Dal
las, Texas. While hero be was met by
two men, one ot whom bp, , says .was at
least sixty years of age, aud tbe other
about forty, who, upon learning that he
was going to Texas, eaii they too were
on their way to that state. ' They wanted
men to work, and would give him a job
when they got there. They were going
to the Illinois Central cattle yards, on
Commercial avenue, and aeked the Essex
man to go with them. When a abort
distance from tbe yards, tbe younger
ol the two men -einxrkecLto the old man
'that train will be here In a tew minutes.
If you have the money about you," I wish
you'd pay me and let me go." Tbe old
gentleman bad nothing less thau A h
hundred dollir hiU 'anu askid ike Essex
man to change it for him. Tbe latter
bad only forty dollars. Tbe old man
said:' -If you will let me have it I will
pay It back as soon as I get. this bill
changed. That's Just the amount I owt
thU man,". The snun trom : Essex gave
him the "forty dollars. Shortly alter
ward the old gentlemen bad business in
another part ot the city, and said to bi
Essex frleud t It you will go back li
tho Planter's house, you will .find ut Uu
door a large trunk; It Is worth five bun
dred dollars .. It belong, la me, at
1 teel a little uneasy about it. l.wisb jq
would keep your eye on it awl at r eca U
I come back, and I won't be gcSt bat a
tew minutes, I'll give you your torty
dollars." .The Essex man went to the
Planters and waited, but up to thU
time his friend haa note-nit In an.au
tain roaa gave tne innocent Essex man
w r. mm SW iMamA WiWWaT
Vfctt leypt Till T for VBt!aruMBy this
nla rnlMlla . Wilt
Rnaelotr srhaB)e(i. -
SAlgc John U. Mulkey Of (his cjry
will address Democratic meetings at
Clear Creek and Toledo on Friday and
Saturday nighU. J "
rnUri-ohn will reply so Dan
StuniTs rendition of Rob ' inrersoll'f
speech at the ccrort hou, to-morroW
Ulght. : . T J . a i.
. The Radicals T this city' are making
tverjr'efiire, wrare told, to 'bring Blaine
and Ingersoll to Cairo, but both have
other fields of labor. i , '
The people of Union comity' are mak
ing preparations for a big Democratic
demonstration to take place at Anna on
Thtirsday. , Uon. , John pi. Oberly ol
this ity, will "be ibi principal orator of
the occasion. ',.
On Friday tl;re will be a Democratic
meeting at CoMen, on which occasion
frohn II. Oberly of thi will addres the
crowo. j v ; ; i
A BIG TIXJK r CKMIULU.
'.Thrf Centnlia Democrats arc as biuy
as bees getting ready for a Reform mass
meeting and barbecue that will 'com
pletely blot out the Bob Ingertfoll Radi
cal demonstration. Among the orators
who are advertised to speak", are Bine
Jeans Williams, of Indiana ; Hon George
W. Julian, ot Indiana ; Hon. John H.
Oberly, ol this city ; Hon. Don; Morri
son, ot St. Louis, and others. The affair i
is to take place next Saturday! It Is said
the Centralia Democrats are" turning
things "inside out," and will aetonthh
tho Radical when the affair comes OS..1,.'
t John A.1 Logan speaks at Metropolis
on Friday. ; " !
Charles Nelson, the colored Democratic
orator, made a most telling speech at
Mound City on Saturday night, and Dr.
Caey declares Nelson is a God send to
the Democratic parly of Egypt. Nelson
spoke at Villa Ridge last night, and will
address tho Democrats and Reformers of
Grand Chain to-night. .' .
GRAND Dr.MOCRATlC HAKBKCOK AT MR-
Mr, Georrc Cortis, the tobacco mer
chant of Metropolis, and one ol the lead
ing Democrats of Massac county, was in
Cairo yesterday. He came for the pur
pose ot procuring the services of Mr. John
H. Oberly for next Saturday, when the
reformers of Massac propose giving the
grandest political, demonstration : ever
seen iu this "neck of the woods." It' la
to be a regular old time Democratic free
barbecue, and will be made a glorious
and euccesslul aflair. The farmers In the
county have donated cattle, sheep, hogs
and poultry of every description enough
to feed twenty thousand people. Al
ready the work of preparing the grounds
for the - barbecue has toegun". Seats lor
the multitude have been built, and ta
ble, stanch?, etc., ore now in course of
construction. Among tbe prominent
speakers invited aud who are expected to
address the crowd are Gov. John M
Palmer, lion. John H. Oberly, Hon.
James C. Robinson and others. A more
hospitable people than theMassacans are
hard to find, and every Democrat and
friend of reform in this section should
join them on this great day. Boats will
Carry all who dcxe to participate, at re
duced rates. At night there will be a
grand torch light procession. In which
all tho reform campaign clubs of this
city, Mound City. Paducah and other
neighboring townes will take part. It Is
probable he steamer T. F. Eckert, with
the ponderous, genial and sound Demo
cratic Captain, Eeeso Dogan, will be char
tered by the Democratic central commit
tee for tbe occasslon. Mr. Corli j is one of
the "most enthusiastic of Tilden and Hen
dricks supporters, and is working night
and day in ,the interest of the barbecue.
He informesus thtt ten thousand people
at least will be present.
YOU MUST REGISTER TO-DAY.
Arraet f Tere . SeiiBradoeit.
Some days ago Sheriff lrvln received
word from several points on the Ohio
river, asking him to be on the look out
for two desperate and daring robbers,
who lor some time past havo been carry
ing matters with i high hand in tbe
vicinity of Evansvillo. vTbe authorities
of Evansville and ether places along the
river have made repeated cfforU to cap
ture them, and chaeed them In skiffs from
above Evansville to Joppa, where the
robbers . boarded the teamer kind Cloud,
and came to this- city. They jumped
ashore immediately alter tho boat landed,
and went to the Mockler Houte, ,in tbe
lower part of town, to which place Sheriff
Irvin traced them at a late hour Satur
day night. He found thern both in bed
aud sound asleep, and sent for Deputy
Johu Cain and Chit! of Police Henry
Gossman. When the officers entered the
room, the robbers were still aaleen. and
Sheriff. IryiflJawoiJ 6a with a ftentl poke
in tbe ribs with a revolver, while Cam
and Gossman took care of his partner.
Upon being Interrogated the prisoners
were very cautious, and when asked by
Sheriff Irrra what their names were the
spokesman replied, - we ain't got any
names." Under the pillow of each were !
foand a regular'- arsenal. Revolvers,
knives, billeysaud sling shots being $ few
of the arret carried by each. Front the
time they left fiyan&villef sixty odd shots
Were fired at them by tho authorities of
Skf ftftMU tttiat who gave ehaw. ; They
Wart) locked up in the . county Jfl to
aweuc um acuoo 01 we inaiana autaori
tlae. Sheriff lrvln say I It has never lean
his lot to cage two a bard looking Ifidj.
vidua! before. (' '
YOU MUST REGISTER ZO.J
tatlon of Pr. Bull's Cough Sy
Cirto, Itt. Oct. 38. 1S.
rmoiBciLtrc;-On my return to
the eity this evening I find the following
in the BuLLtmx ot to-day ! ,v , -j j
' Theotheday Mr. Charles Nelson, a
cWored man, visited Cairo to make a
Democratic speech, Ha was kindly re
ceived. . Tbe Democrat whose gaAStk
was, iofik; hiov to the 8t, CbajWt&e
leading hotcLof tbe city, vept by a Rafli
eal, aud asked-for-hmr the same treat
ment the other fleets' of the bofH m '
carved the rights the cKil rights bill
demands for him In a' public hostelry.
He was received 'without any demon rt ra
tion by tnlnebost'4 agent, but was defiled
the right oft tw dining-room. His miais
were sent to bU room, probably because
bur .Radical friend believed his presence
In .the .tttniajr-room would toppla tho
bouse to it tail shake It to Us iotinda
tlon with Inftgtratkni. -
' Tire words hcwhs denied the right ol
the dining-room' are evwry one bl them
utterly false. Mr. Kelson was assigned
one of the' best rooms on tne first floor,
and had his meals sent to his room at his
own request. ' On his departure he In
tormed Mr. Dean, tho clerk that he had
been informed that the proprietor of tho
St. Charles was" a Republican,' but be
wished to return biinbia thanks for the
kindness extended to him while in the
hotel. The annu.t of the; BtTttm in
making copitol out ot its statement is too
transparent to tho?e acquainted with tbe
facts in tho case,, and under tho circum
stances l think contemptible" ;
.Very truly yours, Jewett Wilcox.
YOU MUST REGISTER TO-DAY .
Tue Democrats ol Massac, PulasU and
Johnson counties will barbecue at Me
tropolis on'naxt Saturday. 'It If expected
ten thousand people will be present
-Government work on the Mlssltsirpl
river opposite this city is in pt orc&j.
--The Cairo and St. Louis railroad com
pany moved their track again on Sunday.
Fishing, hunting and ntdtmg partita
nre now jo order,1' '' ' :
;We hao received a copy of the Fre-
donia (Kaneas) TrVrune, publithed by Mr.
B.r. Bowcn, late of this city. The Tnkvnc
is a handsomely printed seven.. column
paper, and. in polities U'Djmocratlo to
the core.',' . i. . . i
Mrs. J. II. Phillips, who accompa
nied the remains of her luta T.u-.bind to
Greenville, Illinois, lor interment, re
turned to Cairo on Sunday uadf ning.
"i a iue you to neip me a l.tue," saia
a tramp, putting his head In at a doorway.
"Why don't you help yourself Sf retorted
the proprietor of tho house." "Thank
you, I will." i said the tramp, seizing a
bottle of whiskey and, a' cake ot B. T.
Babbitt's Best Soap.- Two days alter
wards he ' returned a ' cleaner man, and
paid lor the good s' he had stolen. BT.
Babbitt's Best Soap gained him employ
ment, and with U returned self-respect.,
YOU MUST REGISTER TO-DAY . t
li I'.1 i J Aaettors,
Wednesday moring, 10 o'llacky
Noveraber 1, 187C, 1 ' ' ;
No. Ill Commercial avenue, au- entire
outfit of a dwelling, consisting of the
finest kind of lurnltuie aud quucnSwaTe
of every description, together with a
good assortment ot miscellaneous goods
composed of wardrobes, stoves, exten
tion tables, carpets, pictures,' clocks, etc.
Wintfr A Stewart,
2t . Auctioneers
YOU MUST. REGISTER TO-DAY.
Waj DBABtiajrr, RrreN asror, )
Oct. 30. Mi. I
I uiore '
STATION. tOW WATTS. ...... i
rr. w. t. nr.
Cairo c X s
Pituburg.. 3 A ,.
Cincinnati.......... Iu 6 X J
Louisville t 8 X- S
Naataville 2 u
St. Louia..... W 6 1 J
EvMTiue.,.., s 3 '
Hempni 7 IX 1
Vlokbur 11 7 1
New Orleito?. - o U
Below Wga water of 1: .
jRergveot Sixtui service. L". H. A.
Vr XJet, t
Stetimer James FiEk, Paducah. ; '
" WdX Shlnkle, Memphisj ' ,
" Polar Star and tow, Ohio river,
. ", Keokuk aud tow,' Ohio river
Ste. Genevieve, Mempblf.'
Staamer James FibK, raduran. i
Polar Star and tow, St. Louis. .
' Keokuk and tow, Memphis.
Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.-; '
The James Fisk will leave for Patlo'jah
at five o'clock, prompt.
The Keokuk, and tow, for Memphis
and the Polar Star and tow, lor St. Louis,
passed by out of the Ohio. t :
The Ste. Genevieve pa:-cd from
Memphis lor St. Louis . ;
'? Tito Grand RepuMifc talae in e Sun
day night. She was till here at a Iths
hour laftDijht taking on Irtijhr.
The Vint Bhfnkle passed up for. Cin
cinnati. She made soma additions here.-
The Old Reliable ' iut-'
Boot and Shoe" MaHer,
Has re-opened .his cEtibllbhmcntla ttie
.. ... .... i
" ATHXXTETJM BTJILDTNG.
Wbere ean be (Mind an extra line ftosk
fo goods in his line.
Give Jones aeail. ' 1
, a - -
Three thoasMd. two buortre1 itr I f ! i.'k.:
wnrdi of aewneeeui msuhi, as aWiaaat'
raurfteeatof 1700, end a utrw meatna' tw
eeevted la aeymtat rroinjwlwUara ejtia,
ilurVailv Kweak'cueulatioTaad evbedu&
a tna er aaverilalnf, aeei me w
Auply teaawi- -eta will A Co.
Sdvartialar Aeau, el 1'ark how,
si-nr eaate; aar
W - ' '- .."
ortrae a aVUa.
WiaatAe. Marie Roberts, of the Count of
Alexander and state of Ulinoi. he her certain
truntfleert, or sale mortFaire, duly exerotrd, ac
knowlelaed and ilvlivarMl. beannv .lut v. i.i.
rley Of Aurn, A. I an4 rcnorrlcd In the
aner'a orace of Alexander eonnty, in the
ae of llliuois, Ib book Z if m roorigums .t
pacetso, lid eontiy unto Urwniaa (.rcenlry
truaea.all taa sblrewhifr described prernii.es,
Slraatedla the county Alexande r nl htaie i.f
llllnoM W-Wlt ; .Tile anlilfevet rmrl.n. .1
feeotloa rwerify-nvo (iS) , townhi)( venreen
irTh ranjrr twr (J) west i also the couOitt frae
tioniil trt of acutiua AoaaM-Als in
aioeewateen (17), m fanf,-e two Ut tt, l'i e-
"m " iimynu'nt 01 a tiromiPHOrr note r the
PUm rrnnH hunMrptl nrf Mtit LMlrrh HiT.
eentert rryrhcsnlJ St-iriii KolicrU. and liayaljli to
Uieordurof the Mit -Oraeaae tireenley ; anil
Whcreae, it le pnviVi4 4-nnd by raid trUt
anti. Uia in rar ef U laull In tbe payment of
ttie aatd pruralaaury note, or any mrt thereof,
according to the tenor and rffect or fald note,
then, on application of the lesul holder of naid
note, it shouid and might be Uwftil for the un
emls.ieo) Uraemea Crvcaley ti sell and dispute
"woal'l prenjiars.andall the rlf ht, titlu, oeu-
ru. u. r,lmv ot reurrnpucn or eaid .Maria
Koberla. or ner beira and a-isirnn therein, at pub
lic auction, at the wwt dor of the court notice ,
10 Un city of Cairn, In the county of Ale)rndet
and State of Illinois, for the liiehcst and lxt
price the eame will hrinR in cajh aHer having
adrertited such haie thirty dayn to any Dewft-
Cairo, end to make, execute, and deliver to tbe
phrcliwer or purchuers at each mie, good and
sufficient deed or deeds of conveyance for tbr
premUe sld. and out of the nroadi i.f n-h
f ale to pay all com and etpenaee incurred in ad-
vaniAine; and aellintr aaid preraiMM, including
attorney 'a fee, alo the principal and inirrot
on eaid nte; and, whermi, default hm Urn
made in the payairnt of the taid note, principal
and interest; now, therefore, public notice la
hereby giver, that in p in.uaurc of haid Sale
mortr"f, end ! virtue of tho rawer n,i an.
thorlty to ie granted In anil Yy the rame, and
Tinuc m ine fraiiiieoi tno ue, I, mr tuiiiie
HIKned. wdl on 1- riday, the 11th day Of Nov., A.
1. , lh70. Bt 2 o'clock, p.m., at vet doi r ofthc
court liouw, In the city of Cairo, eil anddiHUOHe
M the premiiM- uboe and in aid trout niort-
traK(l-fl iteieribed. and all theright, title, lien-
tlt aud ixjiiiiv of rcdeiuptiiin of the Mid Merta
Hobert!', Her li. Irs nr a-ir in therein, tt publie
tucfi(in. for tlie hi'bri,t eul I f I price the tame
will br;njf in n h.
o k sf: m r. r; v i. r. v, Mortca.
LINEGAR tt LAN-I'KN. l'ytor llotlu?ec.
Oct. 17, lj7erf-30d (
lh:i City hmlil .t
St. Louis, Mo.
TH06. A. E1CE, A. X. I.
JAB. KICE, A. K.,
J. H. HTJRW0OD, '
' I'l l
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, S8I 00
MOST Complete, Thorough nnd Practical
nourw of rtudy in the Unianl SUttca a
coarae indieneusible t every yonsif luan em
bnrl'iiiB on the ca of life.
For Illustrated Circular,
THOS. A. U1CE, A. II., t L. F..
prices mm 13 ::;t ths mis
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room aad Board, 3d Floor S3 .00 Per Day
Special Rate hy Weak or Mouth
A limited numlxr of very dcnirahle family
rooms ean be secured ut reasonable rates lortlu
The St. Charles la the largest and best appoint
ed House in ftouthern Illinois, and In the lt-ading
hotel in Cairo. Sotwllhatandinir the "Bod
Rock" reduction is prices, the table will, a
iicual, be liberally supplied with the very beat
01 everriaiDK inut can oe touna in market.
Fine large sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, freeof charge.
tJAU bagyaffpof guest conveyed to luidlrom
the hovel n ileout churge
Ja.VVrliTT WliOX A CO..
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
7 'j.'oaxiwV error cash.
From Fifty cent to Twenty-five dollar.
A lull Imo of late style corset and honivrr at
lower prices than ever before offered in
Cuiro. Old straws mode over or tuien
. - ta acbaaee for -new goods.
A full Protfk of lA'XWi Woolea and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
rcutl'.vrs, r lowers, etc., of every eemty end
at all PnciM.
' My tutck aiuct be closed out, and I will
my cobtomert ticltfr bargains than ever offered
before Sllib. C. M'LilAN,
$ 5 ? 5 ? I ? ?
T tha tfarhisia; riaas Wa are now
pretrd to fureiab ali elaiuee with constant em
ployiuonl at noma, Use whole of the time, or for
Itiejr fre momeote. Bualnots new, light tnd
profftabie. Ptrfcon ot either sex eaeUy earn
frotB 6ocet!s fo $6 per eveoinr. and a propor
tioaal aum by devoting their whole tine to th
busiaeis, Boys ar d f ui earn nearly ss much
a men . That ell no ae this notice uy send
their ad4res, end tet i the business we mate this
aopanaUeiad effar: To snrh as are sot well satis-
Sed w am send on collar to pay fur tee
troubi of wriUDg. e-nll partieulart, samples
worth scventl dollars tn ooaumenoe work on,
and a copy of Home and Hreiie. one of the
largest and Det tHUklrate publicetiona, til sent
area dv man raww, n j a want permanent,
Erodetbla wort, CIeobcp ?mSo.i 1 Co, i'orl
B. SMYTH & CO.,
' Tntolesale and V4 Dealers la
Foreign and Do meitlo
- . y
irnnss of aix kuidb,
. No. CO Ohio Loveo,
CAPO. TUA , ,
W7CSUB. aitTIU CO. aae MattanUy
rKL a Ure eteok ot tbe baat food. Iu m mai.
ket, a aiMespeoiei
ranch of lb tnsta
to IB aoMa
SUos say day ta We aaet carta, laaat eerenjisi
liaZni aw CO.
IU)G4, hlV9ini a siuaJl fcnt rt aarul
Vjjsvteaf DdfceW uOfZtLtlL
Vt T. JJy Jfcraulaa 4ofjr
AjaajajaaMas aeat esa 1 11 .a a '
Ststitarf ai4 ikmt IT wUt.7lT
HWDSOaE. CO.UBLE AND
;-!. i. U sw
IS A3 .
CHSESPUL AS sU! OPEN PIEI,
And a rterfwt CotnbinAl.pn o,'
. CONVENIENT ARRAKSEMENT,
C5If your Tinnrr'ha not g-A an art
rucnt, tend the or Jor to
EXCELSIOR . ISUNUFACTIiRINQ CO.
. . 612, 6H,616&5liK.W4U2:r3t
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ess rr '
O. W. HENDERSON,
I I II 1 1 111 f 1 !! pntui eouiMuir
lUaUTitMl stud ariar
Ot thtt WXUaU fTatttU, it aVblitwfta
U.. Lsuval 4llauvriea ta tha
rtatff-ssst An ah) mvatonaa
T1yKappy ib U mttfrifld nlAUon. Mail tat!
yminp; Dd iiiddl iff! ahoultl rm ftrid prftwi
cuutssiat intornitioti( mhrh do one ca Afford tub
Kieneti of rrprotlurtion j how to
out, od how to pmnie tif hfavlth, nd eomplvxiOD, and
ajiTf w raur-a C new si a tnc nrtuillftaj OT TOUUlj UM OM atuaS
only tnu Mmti 5uid tn tha world. Pric attomCs)
bTMaul. 1ti aiithor naay b Mrattaitsd perotAl)T r takf
Mtiil on t of thrtibvts twirtionrd in hit work4JMt
lr. 4 O. OlaUT. 10 H bki&umitml)L
City National Bank
W. P. ILtXXJDAT. t-resident.
HSHY L UALLIDA.Y, Vicelreat.
A. It i VFFORD, Ceehirft
WA B HY8LOP. Ass't Cashier.
8. jtTAAT Tatlos, Tt H. Crj-rneiAM,
II L. H ALU DA V, W P. HAU.IDAV,
U. 1. w u.i.i tmoM , ererBKM bum,
A. B, Sajfokb,,.
Exchange, Com and United States
Sonda Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received aad a general tbankliig
T llross. President. H Wells. Cashier.
P. Neu. Vice I'ree'L T. J. Kertb, Asst aeh'r
Corner Oosaanarolal At, and Hth Street
v. Bross, Cairo. Wm. Kluee, Cairo.
0. Scft. Cairo. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
. Suaanka, Cairo. B. L. Bllliax sley, it Louie.
1. Uuder, Cairo. U. WelliCairo.
r. H. Rrlnkmsn St. Louts,
J. Y. Cletnson, Caledonia.
etnetat RMnbiaa; Bnlaiaaa Dane.
K3"Ezchnre told and bought Interest paid
a toe fesvinK Uepartmeot. Collection maile,
nd all b-uilft eo urumntiT attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIEO
A. B. SAITORD. President.
P. 8. TAVLOB. Vice PrvaideAt.
W. HTSLOP, See'y and Treasurer.
P.wr. BABCutr. Cbaj. Oiusiu,
r. M. rociLTi.rw, Pan. O. Scaca,
B. B. CumsoBLAM. H. L. aLsLUBAY,
J. M. PaUixjrs.
rjrtEBXST paid on depoetta at the rat ai tlx
A. per cent, par annum, March 1st and 8epiem
XT 1st. lc barest eot witbdrawa Is added Imm
liatidy to tbe principal of th deposits, thereby
lving them command interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
eiae can draw it..;,
Open every bottnee(Uy firomfla.ia. ta I p.m.
mi Saturday evaninn for ktviua iepoi only
com 4 to t o'clock.
Lincoln Sutter Powder
CeeMI rr) Batter all IM lttf Besa
- BUTTER IK 90 IflNUTES.
' IJncolB Burtsr Powder t aa entirely
harmleaa snlul mad lron.a ccl l A
JCtVgttai redp. and aotr ta ally Q1- by
aan at ta aMhst aid fa aiert la iha
aor eooatl'i wmoA Plrlstdal fe .
4 i not iar im rowan tseke ncttrr
Bueh flrrue And iwrtr iUaa i al U,
aad kv-p U iro" ie eft Id h a t
reiiH'te- be '-. Pif Cv r i. 'U't '-, nr;'r,
Keaiia. ril Malke. C4 n M '', e't -, ...J
A lual yv Id at butir-ttir I - air
. a dj U tnateg rape aae ax u.
-C: tiT aai Ver raMbNta
Wm CLKSaib Daror w lUtr Market St.