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" J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county UnUs, Cairo loU,
iihnnge for Ml. louls property.
A One reMenc on rotnir llalbrook
nuo ami TwfHjrtltltil mroct, at a
The KUitU twill of lb "Pilot" tiouw at
Several fine room lu Winter' block.
- Good two tory brick suitable for
ere and office on Commercial avenue,
Vflween KleTenth and Twelfth.
-Brick dwellinir corner Nlnctf nth
nd Poplar afreet.
Saloon and tliturr, aouthwcHt corn
r Klgtitetntu street and Coniuiercial
tvenue, at a bargain.
Dwelling houv on Cro tnt, wn
of WMUington avenue.
Two lits'neMlious u Levee atrwt,
above Eighth, f 20 caca
Store room on Commercial avenue,
iext to Waverly hotel, $10.
-vTwo story bouse on CominervUl av
enue.. Two tenements suitable for shops
Store room, ?orner Twentieth and
tTp stairs of house ou Commercial av
hne, near ltli trvet. Puitsble fr
Tenements numbered 8, 3 and 10
Winter's Kow, 5 rooms each for 110
par tnoatli. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and prerul
ei. Rent low, to a good tenant
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ol the city.
FOK LKASE OK SALE.
!.&udrf, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
lb lrN Trail'
A Rpley. sketch descriptive of a trip
over the Atctiinson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "JCym Crinkle,'' the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York Wmld,
sent free on application, together with
the San Juan Quidt, maps and time
tnbles ot this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchinson to
Pueblo, Ieuver and all points In Col
orado, New Mexico, Arizona and the San
Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Sleepers on the continent between the
Missouri river and the Kooky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets lrom the Missouri river
to Denver at $20, good to stop Ml at all
Geueral Passenger Agent.
Torr.KA. Kan. j
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford thfl entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ot the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak tor him tbc lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon as. his assortment of
moulding Is complete, pi Ices beyond
competition and he gusrmUes atifac
tlon In all rases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 178.
If CaIMO 1UI.J.IN.N Co.
Thalia aaoa-Clraatl rrea Lnnrb,
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ol Twellth street
and Washington avenue, exctln nil
otters in his line of business in his fret
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any nalooti in the. land. His
friends should make a note of this and
giye him a call. 20-dlin
J. wvrm Kleiaheuae.
on Eighth street, two doors lrom 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
dice' and euildrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
The best violin, guitar and bass strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can bo obtained of L A W. Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
aveuue. They make pianos ana organs
a speciality 8-10-tf
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing elm m poo,
go to F.d. Braxton, at the planters barber
parlor. The lest of perfumeries aud
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the otily one in the city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer?. tl
A good storo room In John Heche's
hrlck building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington avc.iue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
same buiklina. Rcut reasonable; apply
on the premises. 10-4-1 in
Mothers can secure health fur their chil
dren sad wet for themeelvea by the use of Cas
toim. perfect substitute fur Castor Oil. It is
slwfcluUly harmless, aud U as pleasant to tuke
as boncy. for ..Wind-Collie sour stomach,
worms or constipation, tor young or old, there
Is nothing In existence like II. It la certain, it
is soc-ed y, it laihsan.
tin, swellings, sprains, stiff Joints, buru
scalda palaonom hius. and all flesh, bouc and
muscle ailments, can be sluolutely cured by the
Crulaur liniment. Wbst the White Liniment
U for lb human family, the Yellow Liniment
is for ipsvined, ga'led and Unit' horses and ani
Mrs. pauiel Lampert will continue the
barber business of her late husband, at
the old staud ou Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. Tbe "hop
will be under the supervision of John
Lampert who Is a first-class barber and
Invitee old und new customer'? to give
Mm a rail. If.
An j orwtKMr.MTw .
are authorized to announce .TO IIS H.
RORINON as a caadlda e f.- !hrriBTol Alea
ander county, at the coming county election.
We are authorised to announce PETER SAL'P,
for an Imlependcut candidate for Sheriff of Al
exander couuty, at the ensuing county election.
Kkiron BiXLtrtit) Meana annonnce that I
sm a Candida for the orhce of Males Attorney
for Alexander county ai the November elec
lion. IVs, C. Mi tatv.
We are authorized to announce fiEO. W.
IIKM-KICk. .IU , a a caiUidate at Uie No
vember election, furtttales Ailoriiey for Ale i
We are aiithnrizml to announce WIM.IAM
W. M-I'll K til. US a a cnlidale for Circuit
( Ink of Alexander ruiinty at the comioit eounty
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q,
II ARM AN as a candidate fur the office of Cir
cuit clerk of Alexander eotinty at the enauibg
We are authorized to announce JOHN A.
RECVK a a candidate for the oOlne ol Circuit
Clerk at Uie November election.
Wc are authorized to announce W. K. 1'ITCHLR
el a candidate for the offlrc of Circuit t3rk of
Alexander county at the November election.
We are authorized to announce CTRl'H
CLOSE ai an Indcuendent camlidatc for the of
fice of Circuit Clerk of Alexander county at the
election November Tib, UT' .
I OR C'OCSTY COMMISSlONKR.
We ate authorized to announce Martin Rrowo,
of Ihebea, ana candidate for County Comiuia
tinner of Alexander county at tlieeuauingcuuty
We are authorized to announ' JOHN Hl'RS
TFN. of llazleftood (.recinct, aa a candidate for
the offloe of County Cominia'ioner ot Alexan
der county at tlie Noveiulier election.
We are authorized to annnunne the name ut
MtLa W. I'Aiuaa, for the i,n)ne of Coroner of
Alexander County, at tbe eniiitijl county elec
tion. SECRET SOCIETIES
ASCALON LODGE, NO. 81.
Knie-hte of Pythias, tneeta every Fri
day niarbt at halt-paet seven, in Odd
Fellows' Uall. iloai,
OA1JCXANDEH I)DUE, NO. VU.
Independent Order of Odd-rel
Iowa, inula every ihuraday night
at half-Ht seven, in their nail on
mruercial avenue, between Kixth anif ttcventb
trreu -N. A. Obvohk, N U
AIRO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.. meets
in Old-rellowa' IU11 on the first and third
l uraday in every raonUi, at half-past seven
A. Com moa. C V
A CAIRO LOIXiE, NO. 2J7.A.F. k, A. M.
Hold reirular eommunirations in Ma
sK sonic Hall, comer Commercial avenue
' Naul e larritti street, on Uie second and
'ourth Mondar of each month.
RATES OF ADVEKriHI.fU.
t"All bills for advertising are due and pay
able l ADTAVCB
Transient advertiainf will be inserted at lbs
rate of II ou per square for the first insertion
and ft" cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be snad on standing and diapl
For Insertini Funeral notice tl ' Notice ol
meetins: of societies or secret orlers Mi cent for
Church, .Society, Festival and fupper notices
will only be inserted a advertisements
No advertisement wiil be received at less than
V) cents, and no atvertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollars t-r month
tor a i. ntftisa notkta
Of one 6quare (3 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Ut'LLETix as follows : (ts
than one square, counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square $ 50
Two Insertions per square 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
fcix iusertlons per square 1 "3
Two weeks per square - 'i 50
One month per square. S 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or (or longer time.
TIIL KSDAV. NOVEMBER 2.
luteal Waataer Report.
Caiao. III., Oct. 1 ltd).
time I Has. i Tub.
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Piriteanl. Signal ttervlce. f. . A.
The "La CulU" takes the lead of all
fine cigars, lor sale by Paul II. Shuli.
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
At Mchah a.
The smokers favorite U "L Culta,"
for sale by Paul II. Schtih. Frlee, tire
John Benson Is requested to call at the
Cairo Bcli.eti.v olllee, or communicate
with us by letler, concerning bis land in
Milwaukee county, WiscouMn. 2t
The largest and finest Stock of Gent'
Furnlbhing Goods enn be found at Ike
Walder's, corner ot Sixth and Ohio
Wanted BOO Men,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street aud
Ohio levee. Iko Walder bus a large
stock ol Overcoats and Men and Boys
suits at prices to suit tin? times.
llouaekeeper), Atlenllou I
A completo outlit ot furniture, almost
new, all Hue and in good order,' lr
sale terms reasonable ; just the thing
tor a couple going to housekeeping,
apply to Geo. Turner, ut the St. Charles
For ftala or leaae. The Arlington
Thl well known and popular hotel Is
now oflered for sale or leane, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premises. Tiio. B. Ellis,
10 20-tf, Proprietor.
New frenrb Clock.
For sale, a new French cluck, lias never
been used. U of elegant design, marble
and bronze, runs fourteen days, strikes
every hour and a half hour, retail price
W cull lm hftliirtit Inp IO A ...!..
the Bclif.tix office. E. A. BfnxETT.
I Ik tl'alilee
has the largest aud finest stock ot IlojV
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
In Cairo. Ho can suit n child from four
up to any ago, at prices to suit . the
time. 9 2Mm,
BUI Headi and Monthly Statement, pink .
arid j t How, at the Bt LttTix office, tf
ty llOOt -f3
At tbc New York store lor $3.50 per
pair; Brogans for $1.00 per pair; Shoes
of all kinds at yery low prices. ll-2-5t
Judge Mulkey left the city yesterday
for Toledo, where he makes n Demo
cratic speech to-night.
Captain Peter Conrad, commander ot
the steamer Polar Star, was a gue.'t at
the St. Charles yesterday.
Cha. M. Peters, Columbus, of Ohio:
II. S. Bowman. Cincinnati; M rs. bsyer aud
daughter, New Orleans, were among the
arrivals at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. Oberlc'a Mpeeeh.
The court house was crowded lnt
night to bear Mr. Oberly make bis
speech in reply to the nddres of Hon. II.
V. Munn, dehverl in thit city la-tt Fri
day. Mr. OIerly commenced speak
ing at halt pat even o'clock,
nnd talked for three hours and
tilteen minutes. He disfUMCd the finan
cial and rceonstrucllofi polioie of the
Kepubliean party In a plain and eompre
beusive manner, eliciting frequent ap
plause. Hi remarks in reference to
Uie action of the llepubliean party
in the present canvass in Louisiana drew
forth rounds of applause and carried con
viction to the minds ol all present. The
audience was well ideated with the ad
dress. 'residential Tote.
In view of the approaching presidential
election, bolow we give the. vote of this
county for Grant and Greeley in 1872'
The vote stood as follows :
I'BKCINCTS. tlRAVT. liRKF.M.Y.
South Cairo ;7 322
North Cairo 4;i5 357
Dog Tooth 23 30
Goo?e Inland 73 .'!
Santa Fe - 21 01
Thebes - 02 2G
Clear Creek 13H 33
Ilazlewood - CI .VI
Unity 7 77
Grafs mojority 192.
Total vote in county 2,270.
.VI ilea W . Parker for Coroner.
We this morning announce the uame
of Miles W. Parker for corner ot Alex
ander county. Mr. Parker is an old
citizen of Cairo, and has au extensive
circle of acquaintances throughout Alex
ander, and will enter the Held with flat
tering Democratic streugth. It elected
to the position he will certainly make an
efficient and honest oliicial, and leave an
enviable record at the end ot his terra.
In both city and country Mr. Parker has
hosts of friends who will not let grass
grow under their leet while the canvass
lasts : and the man who bents him, may
clas? himself as one ot the most popular
men of Alexander countv.
The. glass blowing, glas steam en
gines, and automatic museum exhibiting
on Commercial avenue iu Thorn' old
store is the most wonderful thing of the
kind ever seen in Cairo. The automatic
museum thows the ocean, a ship under
full sale, with the motion ol the waves,
a volcano in full blast, with tire and smoke
rolling from its top, a balloon ascen
sion, moving clouds, railroads, bridges,
and trains of cars at full e peed, a city
with street cars in motion, omnibusses,
line residences with playing fountains,
etc., etc. The glass blowing and glass
steam engines are alone worth doub'e
the price of admission. The exhibition
will continue, thy and evening all this
Editor Bclletls : I am asked
through your paper of this morning to
"Hlo and Explain" by answering the
following questions :
Firt You want to know whether I
am a citizen ot the United States.
I answer yes. I obtained my papers
at Watertown, X. V., Jefferson county,
and you may see the papers at any time
you may call at my olt'oe.
I was brought to this country In a
steamboat, not in a box. I was born in
tbe county of Storment, C. V came to
this country when but a lad of thirteen
If you will come around I will show
you my lioetise and my carpet-bag.
Then and not until then can you say to
the citizens whether 1 am or am not a
Xono but a demagogue can say that I
am other than a true llepubliean. Vou
are aware that I am a Du'chman, but
that is no fault ot mine.
Hespectfully, J. C. SuAvr.it,
Cairo, 111., Xov. 1, ls70,
Kelvou ul (Jranu t'lialn.
Mr. Cha8. Xelson, the colored orator,
addressed a very large and enthusiastic
meeting ot whites aud black ut Grand
Chain, Pulaski county, on Monday
night. Mr. Xelson talked to his colored
hearers iu a very plain, straightforward
manner, succeeded in causing the scales to
full from the eyes ot many of them. Dur-
I nig t no uuuress ami at us ciose me
j speaker was loudly cheered, and when ho
started to take the. train was followed by
a crowd ot colored men, who cheered
him to the echo.
Mr. Nelson spoke ut Caledonia on
Tuesday night, and we understand that
had it not bven tor the efforts of a few
cool heads in the crowd ho would have
been mobocd. A couple of colored Had
icaU of this city went to Caledonia on
Tuesday evening, and had a Radical
meeting called to assemble immediately
alter the adjo irument of the Democratic
meeting. Thus the two crowds were
brought together, and a number ot ti-lits
took place, though no one was seriously
Injured. The Uuuieuls, (caring the lu
fluenoc Nelson might exert atuou the
colored men ol Caledonia and vicinity,
the meeting la tbo evening was culled to
counteract lr, and whatever disturbances
occurred must be attributed to this (net.
Mr. Krota Ut ttsa Voter of Cttlro and
Alrtaatter ( natf .
. . Asjm, Ilm., 'or. 1st, Kti. ;
To my Alexander routiTf'TremocrRtk'
friends : ' : . . ,
Gksti.hmkn: I have no hesitancy In
publicly addressing my Demofratlt
friends. To my Democratic friend I
appeal. ' i .
Many lying stories have been circula
ted about me by partlea Interested lu my
defeat. I wish to tell you plainly and In
lew wordV,wno and what 1 in.,' ,
1 can not see you all-personally.
Hence I have no other way ol reaching
you, than through tlte column of the
I am n Democrat, ot no uncertain,
swapping kind. I want no trades nor
bargains In my own party for my own
selflrdi ends; much less do I want, to
trade with my opponents and youro, the
Radicals. 1 am against, and If elected
shall do all I "can against returning to
Washington John A. Logan.
I am opposed to dam(n)s, even ;io
Copperas creek ; but I am for the im
provement of the Illinois river iu order
to have r carrying competitor against
the Illinois Central railroad, thus Insur
ing cheap freights between Chicago and
adjacent cities, with Cairo and Cairo
tributaries, t a in for Democratic meas
ures as arainst Republican measures. It
Is natural I should speak of myself when
I am vilified by every lying tongue
becausca 1 have the hardihood
and manliness to ask your rote. I am
no drunkard, beiog opposed to liquors
as a beverage, out I believe liquors will
do good when used in moderation. 1 am
no gambler don't know one card from
another. I am poor lu pocket, but rich
in the esteem of my neighbors, who are
working one and all for my election. I
have no axe to grind personally, but
have the laudable ambition to represent
my fellow-citizens in the lower branch ot
Cairoites Alextndcritcs Irespectiully
solicit your votes and suffrages. Should
I be elected, your cause shall be my
cause ; and I promise you, on the honor
ufa man, who knows naught but the
truth, that your interest will be well
guarded in my keeping; that my highest
ambition will be to deserve that encon
ium, dearer to me and my growing lam
ily than all earthly riches : "Well done,
thou faithful servant of the people."
I have the honor to be, fellow-Demo
crat, Yours Truly,
Phillii' II. Kicoh.
IlappineeS and prosperity depnd to a
very great extent upon good health. All
thoe suffering from hoarseness, cold or
cough, should try Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. It cures.
RnneTa Sew York City Boaineaa Di
This is tlie title of a little work just is
sued by Messrs. Walter Hough & Co.,
Publishers, of Xo. 14 Paik Place, New
Y ork. Its value, utility and convenience
to business wen w ill be apparent at . a
glance. It contains a full and complete
list of all the Importers, jobbers, manu
facturers and dealers in specialties in Xew
York city, classified and arranged in sys
tematic and convenient alphabetical order
by trades and occupations. It contains
240 pages 6Jx3 inches, with an elaborate
index. It is handsomely printed on good
paper, ruled pages, and is elegantly
bound in English cloth, with gilt em
bossed title. It willlje found indispens
able to merchants, manufacturers and
others having business relations, corres
pondence, etc., with the great metropolis,
as they have at hand always a ready ref.
erence work giving the businesi, exact
style of firm, name, street and number of
address. The price of the work, only one
dollar per copv, is securing for the same
an immense sale. It will be sent by the
publishers or by the American XewsCo.,
of 119, 121 Jfc 123 Xassau Street, New
York, to any address in the United
States or Canada, by mail, postnge pre
paid, upon tlie receipt of one dollar.
41 B. Bacon,
Xew B. W. Flour,
Lard in bucket.
Hominy and Grit,
Full line ot Staple and Fancy Grocer
ies, Canned Goods, etc,
Which we offer to the. trade at bottom
figures. Xkw Yokk Stoke.
500 pieces ot prints, 100 pieces Jeans,
500 pieces of muslin. Xew styles and
best brands at the Xew Y'ork store. Full
Hue of dry goods. 11-2-ot
J. M. Thomuson, the Radical speech
maker, will address the Republicans of
this city at the court house, ou Friday
night. This is the second speech made
by the gentlemen in Cairo durinj the
We have seen and examined the At'-n,
now being delivered to subscribers in
Cairo, and we pronounce it a fine work,
fully up to the standard of excellence that
its authors assured us at tbe outset, that
they were tlete rmined to make It. We
cousider it complete in detail and fully
worth the price asked for it.
With a sardonic smile, William M.
Tweed, when stmt to the penitentiary,
said of his occupation and religion, ''Oc
cupation statesman, religion none."
The crafty old fellow tooic delight in his
wickedness. Ilia moral nature was
hardened. Had he used B. T. Babbitt's
Best Soap oftener than he did, he would
have been a better man. "Early nnd
often" wan hit motto for voting; hail it
been tor washing but no natter.
Buy the "La Culta" cigar of Paul 11.
Sclmti: ' rri, geot'.f- ,-) ; ; i tf
VOTERS, ATTENTION t
r. ero it--Ml AT Tp I TH H 1. 1
Below we publish a correct copy ol tbo
National, State, Coiigrcxlnnil Senatorial
ImotTatlo- 'Tickets. . The greatest of
care should .he experienced by voters In
regard to preparing their ballots, and if
those who delre to vote for the Dem
cratic nominees will make their tlcHets
correspond with thoso below, there will
bV ho mistake made :
- National Damooratlo Ticket,
SAMUEL J. 11I.HES,
of New York. . .
THOMAH A. HENimiCKS.
' f In'tlsna. !
For PresHentUl Electors - At Large,
WILLIAM F. COOLBAl OB,
WILLIAM J. ALLEN.
SAMUKL 8. HAYES
TIIOM 9 B. COULTEK.
WILLIAM C GREEN.
J 4.ME3 P. Et KKI.S.
GEOK'iE H. MARTIN
REMIT W. BT'LLOCK.
LAWRESC K W. .1AULS.
JAMES W. DAVIDSON.
CHABLE A. KETES.
CESAR A. ROBERTS.
ORLANDO B. FKKLIN.
KOUERT X. BISHor.
JESSE J. PHILLIPS.
CHARLES A. WALK Eli.
J. PERKY .TOHXSOK.
JOHN M. CREB3.
of Kendall County.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of Brown County.
For Secretary of Sutc,
STEPHEN G. THORNTON,
of Fulton County.
For State Treannrer,
of Clintou County.
For Aniitor ol Public Acrouutt.
of Cook County.
of Logan County.
Conareasional District Ticket.
For Memlier of Congress. Ihi Congreional
oi Kandoliih County.
Vir Member of State Tloant oi Equal ir.ation,
OLIVER P. HILL,
of L'nion County.
Senatorial District Ticket.
For rlateSeuator-Fiftivtu llm icc,
of l'nion County.
For Representative in the Leg-mature -Fiftieth
ALEXANDER H. IRVIN,
of Alexander County.
IVio DTABTirr. Hrvr Rapor, t
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Below nigh water of 174.
Sergeant, Sixnal service, s. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah
" Silver Thome, Evausvillc.
' Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati.
' Peytona, barges, Xew Orleans.
" Belle Memphis, Memphis.
E. O. Stonnrml, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, Vicksburg.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Grey Hound and tow, South.
Steamer James Fisk, Faducah.
" Silver Thome, Evansville.
" Thomas Sherlock, Xew Orleans.
l'eytona, barges, Loui'ville.
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
' E. O. Stouuard, Xew Orleans.
" City ol Helena, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Vicksburg.
" Grey Hound, tow, Ohio Klver.
Tlie Grand Kepublic got awar late
Tuesday night for Xew Orleans.
The Thomas Sherlock, well laden and
towlug a barge, pasted down early yes
terday. The l'eytona uud barges arrived from
New Orleans yesterday. Sho lull 0:10
barge here to be loaded and went on to
The E. O. Stouuard, towing the disman
tled Carrie V. Kountz, arrived yesterday
morning. She was Mill ut tho w harf last
night receiving freight.
lue Helena disctiargcd "JtJtl bales cot
tou aud added 10U totia pig iron for St.
The Grand Tower wade fUlr additions
The Belle Memphis passed up from
The Grey Hound and tow passed up
the Ohio out of the lower Mississippi.
The James Fisk wiil leave at tho usual
hour, five o'clock, for I'aducah.
The Old Sellable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has re-opened Ids establishment In tho
Wuttie 1 an l found an extra doe to;k
fd goods in his line.
Give Jones a call. 8-10-tf.
la? 4 anusss4 aataf our Va
U1 1Q sa uaV sa Qrilla. lOOaaoa7l
ral nsMJK1 sooi Ageou. amterbVok
sJC7js Aur Cu. IL LuuU, aU
toca pig ifoo, and a lot of manufactured
Iron, whioh goca to St. Louis.
The Grand J'epnbllc was to getaway
last night. She got alrout tons ol
freight-here forN'ew t)rlean.
'I'lse? Flk bad a gomi trip J'rmo l'adu
cah yet'rday. hhe will arrive In f.me
this nfiernoon to leave for I'aducah at
live o'eloek, prompt." : .
' nttrlcaajeei'a stHle.
ttntMSA', i,ina itolK-rt, r. the 'd,inf.- nf
iiiexantrersnit MhIc OT Illinois hrr reilnin
trul ilit, or salt morixsfO'. lu!) evecutl. 11c
kunwlDlfrml snil neliveiTii, lx hi 11. y ilutrthr lih
rtiryr Aiie-iist, -A.-l , ii, stiil rr,iril-t in the
HervtiU'r'it.eilii'e .ot AlcxuiKier cou.ity, in the
fctaieoi lllli)(.i, in loS I i.fBaie mortr ikriM at
.tire iliu runv.v unlu lriiim t.reenlr as
tru'tte.all t,is foliowiDft Uncrilie.l .rniun,
"Ittiateil In tliemunte of Alexsnder sn l state ol
Illinois to will. The utliwpt fnc-tinnsl tiart
f section tenty-!lv (.'.'), townsdip scrrnleen
(17)" ranKetwo (2) WN t also the mitlifM liac-
lliinnl Hart or Stclion iwentv-nix fil l, in tmvn.
ship rcciitfn ITT. invnnfe two (.') et, to .e
. ui.- inn imyiiM-ni ui a promissory note iur the
sum in one imnnrct t. ritly-ei(it ttollars, ex
ecuted ly the said Maria Huberts and s al.lt 10
(he order of tlie said Umeuias . rem ley 1 and
Wherea. It Is liro tided In and lir aai.l (..,.
del that in case of default in the payment of
nn-fbi.i (irumuisorr noie, or anr lHi t there"I,
sccorlitig to the tenor and ffect of said note
then, on application of the legitl holder of faid
note, it chined and mluhl beTun-fnl f..i-
ilerslg :ed t 'r-ciuus (ii-rcnley to sell and dinpfe
of the said rrremise,anilall the right, title, l.en
eflt, and eiiit of redeniptico of said Mmla
mourns, nr ner neiri ami assuna thereio at puu
iic aumioe at tne west d oi of the e. urt lnue,
in the cityrd t airo, In the county of Alex.in(Jct
and Mute of Illinois, fur the hixhtst aiid h.st
prire the same will brinu in cash afer having
advertUeti snch sale thirtv dsvs in mr nra.-
oer at that time miblisrivd in the snid city of
viiv Hut, iv uiiiKr. rxeruie, nnu neurer to tne
purchaser or purchasers at uch ssie (ro-d and
sulBclent rleed or dewli of -anveyance fur the
remies sold, and out of the proceeds of such
tale to pay all costs and expenses incurred In advertising-
and sellinc said rreiniites. inrlmlirr
attorney's fees, sl ths prinripitl nnd Inter!
on sid note; nnd. wherein, default bos Wen
uiac in me parmenl or th snid nolo, principal
ann ir.lcret ; nor tlicrriiiiie. pnhlir uotiec is
hciehy given, that in p n:-nance -of snid 8a!r-
ir.ortirae. ann nv virtue or the potvi raml nn
thority id rue crniite.! in nnd hv tin- snnir, nml
liy virtue of the statute lA the sti'ito, I. the iinder
sfltned. Will on Friday, ti.e ITfh dav of Nov , A.
I , IH70. at t o'clock, p 111., at west door orthc
court house, In the eity of Cairo, sell nddiioe
01 the premijes above and in sal I trust incit
jrarfcdrrd dp,rvit)erl, and alt thcriirht, title. Iien
cftr soil fvjultr of redemption or the said Maria
Kofierts. her heirs or asisTm therein, at pubiic
auction, for the Mubest nn.l lies! price lliesuiiie
will bring: in each.
OK.S KM A sCKKRXI.KY.Morta-na.ee.
LIVEGAR k LANIK.. An v lor MortiraKre.
Oct. 17. IsTo. -:.
Moani it; Coaserchl College
St. Louis, Mo.
TH0S. A. BICE, A. M. L. L. B..
JAB. BICE, A. It.,
i. n. nuawuuu.
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorough and Practical
PnilNfi ttf tlltv in tllM 1'llilM.t k.I.1 ta.n
couse indiMpenrihle "to every young- muu cm-
l.u.LI,..,m iL... nllli'..
.. . .. . i 111- - - w. . w.
For Illustrated Circular,
THUS. A.liHT.. A. M., I.. L. II..
?EICES RECUSED 10 SUIT THE :W
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor $2 00 Per Day
SpoolaU Rata by Weak or Month.
A limited numlier of very desirable tamily
rooms can be .-cured at readonuble rules tor the
Tlie St. Charles is tbe Urg-eat and best appoint
ed House in Southern Illinois, and is the leud'ng
hotel in Cairo Notwithstanding the "lied
Koek" reduction in prices, the tuble will, as
uual, ! liberally supplied with the very best
of everything; that can be found in market .
Fine large sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground It.ior, free of charge .
C"All hag-piteofpiift Convejcd toundlroro
the hotel without rhurge
J K WKTT WIL"OX A CO. ,
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Than aver for CASH.
From Fifty cnU to Twenty-five dollats.
A lull line Of Ute style corctt and lioslnrv at
lower prices than ever before offered In
Cairo. Did straws made over ortaken
in exchange fur new goods.
A full siock of Ladies Woolcu and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
FcatUcrd, Flowers, etc. , of every varictv aud
ut all frices.
My stock must be closed out. audi will give
my customers better bargains than ever otlt rvd
Ixl'ure MUS. C. M LEA.V.
In the District Court of the United States, for the
Southern District of lllinoie, l:i baukmptcy,
In tlvt tuntter of Jl-chiiel HeUbioo X PerrarJ
Notice Is hereby given that a petition has liecn
fllod in said court by said Michael lltilbrou and
Her-ard Well of Cairo, in the county of Alex
ander, In said dintrtot, duly declarea bankrupts
under tlie act of oonsvees ot M rch ifed, l.-HiX.
lor a du charge and cert ideate thereof, from all
their dobls aud other clulujs urovahle uudercaid
act, sod tliai the 7Ui iluy ot October, lsTti. at
eleven o'clock a. nt , is assiftnt-i tor the hearing
of the same by toe said curt, at 'he I'nited
fe tatcs Court room in the city of Kpringlield,
when aud where all creditors of said Iwukrupts
and all other person, iu iua rcot, luay attend and
shew raUKe, f auy they have, uuy lue ptayir of
said IH-ilUous should not U: Kiaut d
GEO. I. UOWEV, Kik.
I.inegar A Lausiiuu, atlorueys fur eiitiMi is.
Utatod rpriuglKld, IU. , epl. If, A. I. IsTii
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
WhoWle aril He tall Delrr in
Foreign ad Domeitio
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MsWSBf. MTTa co. bars coastsadT
. aUusskwkol tuaUit sao.lnilisuua
Wet, and a" especial altroiioa to Ike Mimlc-M',
ranch ol the tmtineaa.
...jCpmCS CB PsUlLOS) s
(Until yog hatrt ie and tried tur mw)
(4S WE GUARANTEE FOR IT)
(r:r!d ccstisdca of rael ud cm,)
(launz lime or 10 SGot or cumer.)
( rirst-Eats Droll will atire ccnirol ol tut Fire,)
(GIYIXG A TERY STRONG
AND OIFORn nEAT.)
And th const roctloa of the Stove Is so simple ttiat
the rts which are exposed to Intense heatcsu
t easily and nnlckle replaced at a snail cost hr
the most Inexperienced person. Wc sre tlK-re-ftre
eonlldent that tlM HKAD LIGHT is
(Lnequalled In tho special points of)
(Great Heating Capacity,)
(Economy In Price.)
Tor Price I.ttts address
mm uwLiwxt mi
612, 614, 616 4 618 N. Maia Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON,
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
W. P. nALUDAY. President.
HENUY 1,. HAIXIDAY, Vice Treat
A. n BAKFoKI), Cixhivr,
WA' r' K liYbLUP, Asa 'I Cashier.
flTAATS TATLOB, II II. CP HI!rlHAJI ,
II L. llALLIDAV, W P. IIau.'UAV,
U. It. WlLLlAMHoK. 8TtrilKX fllKP,
A . li. S.irronu,
Exchange, Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKPOSIT9 rcoiv-l aud a general Ihaullnf
F Tinn, President. 11. "AYUs, Caauier.
P. Neil. ice Pres't. T. J. herth, Asst. ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
". llross, Cairo. Wm. Kltige, Cairo.
P. .Nrff. Cairo. Win Wolfe, Cairo.
. . Sueanka, Cairo. K. I., llilliugslcy, vt I.oui
C. Under, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairn.
f. II. rtrinkman M. I.ouis,
J. Y. Clvnuon, Caleilouin.
. Uenrial Banklna; Bualueaa Done.
tl-Exchanire sold and bought Interest paid
f! the Xaving-s IHirtnient. t.'ollections uiule,
nd all h-uineas iiromntlv attendcl to
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITT NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11 SAPFOIiD. Preo'denl.
M 8. TAYLUU, Vice President.
W. UYbLoP, Sec'rand Treasurer.
P.W. liABCtAY, CllAJ. tsALltoUIH,
I", M. tirociruiTU, Pat t. G. Aencu,
U. II. LlKM.NUHAM. II. L. ItALLIOAV,
J. M. Puuxun.
INTEREST paid on depnsiu at the rate oi eil
(uroeut puranuuiu, March 1st and r.item
xr 1st . Interest not itiidruwn u addtd ilinue
liutely to the riucipol of the dejiosits, then by
iviu them Cuiujiouud iliterebt
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit money and no one
else can draw it.
Ojien every busiuessdav P.oiu'Ja ui. to p.m.
J Sarurilay eveniuj. for savings detioaits only
rotnii to o'cloci.
W. HTSX.OP. Treaamrar.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflng snd Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stores