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Heal Estate Column
Alexander eouiity Utidi, Cairo lotn
iHmnjrc for 8t. Louis projf rty.
A fliifi rwlln: on corner llalbrook
tnue mid Twentjr-tliirrt street, at
'1 he south hall of the Mot" Louie at
Several fine rooms lu Wiuler's block
Good two tory brick sultiblo for
.ores and ofllce on Commercial avenue,
x-tween Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
and Poplar street.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
r Kifhteenth stret and Commercial
irenuc, at a bargain.
Dwelling house on Cross street, wes
ol Washington avenue.
Two business house n Levee street,
above Eighth, $20 each
Store room on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story house on Commercial av
enus. Two tenements suitable for shops
Store room. ;orner Twentieth and
Up stairs of house on Commercial av
cnue, near 19th stmt. Suitable for
Tenement numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's Kow. 6 rooms each for $10
per month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and preml
es. Rent low, to a good tentnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parte of the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Tka ! Trail."
A spicy sketch descriptive of a trip
over the Atchinsoo, TopeLa and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Nym Crinkle," the musical and
4ramatio critic or the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
the San Juan OuuU, maps and time
tables ol this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchinson to
Pueblo, Inver and all iioints 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 Rocky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets lrom the Missouri river
to Denver at $60, good to stop oil at all
T. J. Axdkrsox,
Oeiier.il Paenger Agent.
Tor ma, Kx.
He Ian rmmlag.
we Lave this day sold to Mr, E. C
Ford the entiro lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., tbould be sent lo him or left at
this office. We bespeak lor hini the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment of
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guareotees satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1570.
if Caiko litLi.in.x Co.
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ot Twelfth street
and Washington avenue, excels all
others in his line of business In his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckel spread a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon In the land. His
friends should make a note of this and
give him a call.- 20-dlra
J. tavwrce) Sltliliunat.
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
dies' and children' hair cut or dresed.
either at the shop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
Lair 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 the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
has the largect and finest stock ot Boys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
In Cairo, lie can suit a child from four
up to any aire, at prices to suit the
600 pieces of prints, 100 pieces jeans,
500 pieces of muslin. New styles and
best brands at the New York store. Full
line of dry goods. ll-2-5t
iJk ( tilt.
Buy the "Lit Culu" cigar of Taul U.
Sohuh. Price, 6 cent . tf
Mothers ran aecurt health for thair chil
dren m4 rait fur UmiumWvs by the um of Cas
tors. a perfect substitute for tutor oil. It la
aliaeluuly harmlaae. and Is as pleasant to take
a booty. Tor Wiod-Collic sour stomach,
worms or constipation, lor young or old, there
ia nothing luexiateaetlike it. It Is certain, it
is epvedy, it U cheap.
Caked Breasts, Shumstism, sola
els. swellings, sprains, stiff Joints, bun
scalds, polaanous bliss, aad all flask, boas aad
muscle ailments, eaa be absolutely cured by the
CeuUur Ualmeat. What the White UaVmaat
U for the human family, the Tallow Liulcaent
is for spsvined, galk-4 aad law horse aatd ant-
Mrs. Daniel Larapert will continue the
barber business of Iter late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
v?uhlnrtc and Commercial. The shop
will bo under the supervision of John
LampertwhoU ft flrst-olau barber and
Invlteg old and new caitonen to give
klm can. tf .
We era aaOiorlead to sttDovne JOIIW II.
RQBINMON a aaadiiia'a for Sheriff of Ales
anderooaatr, at the oomlng county aiertlon.
We ere authorised toannoanea TETER 8 A CP,
or an onaiunt ornaerinoi m-
lander eounlf, at the ensuing ooanly aloctloa.
KsiTltl BuLLITISl PIhm innnuiim that
amacaadldatefortheoace of fttale Attorney
fat Alexaader county at the Noveralwr eleo-
M, V. Ml'LBBT.
w are authorlcei to announce GEO. W.
HEMKICK9. JU . aa a candidate at the Ko-
ember etectioa, for Suit Attorney for Ale-
We are anthorlr.d to annmno WILLIAM
W. M'l'UEEIKKH aa a candidate fer Circuit
Clerk of Alexander count j at the coming county
We are authorised to annonniw JflHV CI
ft A KM A N aa a candidate for the office of Cir
cuit clerk of Alexander county at Uie ensuing;
We are authorise! to announce JOIIX A.
RRKVK aa a candidate for the office ot Circuit
ciera at the ho rem tier electiun.
W are authorised to announce Vf. r. PITC HER
as a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk or
Alexander county at the November election.
We are authorised to announce CY Itl'S
CLOSE aa an Independent candidate lor the of-
fli-e of Circuit Clerk of Aletnder county at the
election .November ,tu, irTf.
r OR COL'Nl T COMMISSIONKR.
We are authorised to announce the name of
ALKIAMJhll I . aa a caodidule
ror the office or CoruraiMioner at the eaauing
We are authorized (o announce Martin Tlrown,
of 'I hebee, aa a candidate for Couuty Cornmia
aloner of Alexander county at the euuiag county
We are authorized to announce JOHN Hl'KS-
Tf.V of ilaxlewood irerinct, ' a candidate for
the office of County mmiaioner of Alexan
der county at the Norernber eleetlon.
We are authorized to announce the name ol
Milih W. I'ARum, for the office of Owner of
Alexander County, at the p-neuina; county elec
tion. 8K0KET SOCUETtRS
AflCAUJN LODGE, KO. 81.
Kniphte of Pythias, meet every Fri
day nia-ht at haif-paat eevan, in Odd-
tellowa' 1U11. Howt,
ALEXANDER LOD(K, NO. 2M.
Independent Order of Odd-FeJ-
meru eeery inoranay nurni
at half-tiaat aeren. in their hail oa
xioururreial avenue, between sixth and Seventh
Trecu N. A, Dbvohb, N U
.VIKO ENCAMPMENT, 1. O. O. F.. meets
Vin xid-rrllo' Hall on the drat and thud
i ureday in every month, at balf-peat aeven
A. CoMiKoa, C P
CAIRO LODGE. NO. 237, A. F. A. M.
Hold reruJar oorumuoicationa in Ma-
aonic liall, corner (mmeTclaJ avenue
aad Eighth atmct, oa the aeoond and
urtb Moii'lav of each month.
ATFJS or ADVEBriSI.VU.
CfAU hilla for advertuiiag, are doe aad pay
able ta jvcb
Tranaient advertiaing will be inaerted at the
rate of 11 ) per square for the firat laaertioa
and 5o centa for each aubaequeat one A liberal
diaoouat will be made oa landing and diapl
For Inserting Funeral notice B1 00 Notice of
meeting of eocletiee or eecret orders V) eeata for
Cbarch, Society, Festival aad Supper aoUcea
will only be laaerted aa advertiaemeata
No advertiaemeat will be received at leas than
SO cents, and no advertisement will be laaerted
for leas than three dollars per month
I.OCAI. nrniSLM "OTIt Eaj
Of one square (H lines space) or niore, in
serted in the Bi'llmix as follows : (l.ees
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - 50
Two insertions per square. 73
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square I 75
Two weeks per square - 3 50
One mouth per square- 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 197P.
Loeal WeeWber eptars.
Caiao, Lvt., Nor. 2
WlJID. I YBL. Wilt
hV I J7 at- rain
XW i 1 cloudy
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8erveant. "Urnal Servbv. V. H A.
A second hand Siutr sewing- machine
or Hale cheap. Apply at Stewart fc
Winters auction room.
The largest and finest Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
Waldcr's, corner of Sixth and Ohio
Wanted sno Hen,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
stock ot Overcoats and Men and Boys
suits at prices to suit the times.
Far Male) or I.eaae.-rbe Arlington
This well known and popular hotel la
now oflered for sale or lease, ou easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premises. Tuos. B. Ellis,
" B. Bacon,
New B. W. Flour,
Lard in buckets,
Hominy and Gritz,
Full line ot Staple and Fancy Grocer
Canned Goods, etc.,
Which we offer to the trade at bottom
figures. New Vokk Stobi.
D. II. Goodhue, of St. Louis, at the
James S. Antlsdale. ol Michigan, la a
guest at the SI Charles.
N, Northnp, ot Cincinnati, is regis
tered at the St. Charles.
A. M. 3hered, ot Deflamee, Ohio ; A.
M. Atnew. or Flat Rock, Michigan ; D.
Baita, of Brooklyn, X. Y., and Geo. J.
Needham, ol Chicago, were among the
arrivals at the St Charles yesterday,
Mr. Mark Cohen, the general agent
tot th Equitable Life losurane Co., it
In the city.
BID Hetdl and Monthly tatetnePti,plnV
lid follow, at the Bclletik oltlcc-. tf
At the New York gtore lor $3.60 per
pair; Brogsnsfor $1.00 per pair; Shoes
of all kinds at very low prices. 11-2-ut
I d lea tioid Watek.
For sale, a ladles Elgin huntlnx case
gold watch ; retail price 175 00, will be
sold for (55 ; 00 has never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
ftllver Tea nf .
Ouo Rogers, Smith & Co.'s silver tea
ct. Triple plate, 0 pieces, entirely new,
retail price $00 00, can be bought for
45 W. Apply to E. A. Burnett,
t-arailure For Halo.
The entire outflt of the Delta House, cor
ner Third street and Commercial avenue,
is for sale on easy terms. For particulars
apply at the house. lw.
la Keply to Oberly.
We are Informed that Judge Bird will
reply to Mr.Oberly'ssjeech on Saturday
nik-lit. We fear that Mr. Bird will have
his hands very full. should he make a sat
isfactory reply to Mr. Oberly.
The government officials are going
ahead with the wprk of protecting the
Mississippi river bank against the eros
ions of the water. They arc Duttintr in
rock, brush and piles, and when the
work Is completed our people will enjov
a leeling of safety and eecurity hat will
Attention Is called to the announce
ment of Mr. Alexander C. Hodges, who
is a candidate for the office of county
commissioner, Mr. Hodges was count v
judge ot Alexander county for several
years, and has a larger circle of Irlends
than any man in the county. We be
lieve the judge will poll a larger vote
than any other candidate, and we know
be would make a good commissioner.
Mow York All Right.
We have never doubted the ability of
Mr. Tilden to carry New York, but to
hear Sol Silver, who has just returned
lrom New York city, talk Is truly
gratifying. He saw the great Tilden and
Hendricks procession, and says it was
the greatest sight ever w itnessed. Til
den's majority he says, is placed at
seventy thousand by New Yorkers who
claim to know how things are going.
Tbo Hade To-Xla-ht.
We are Informed by our friend Dewey,
who is a full fk-dged bloody-sbirt Radi
cal, that the supporters of Hayes and
Wheeler will make the grand final effort
ot the campaign in this city to-night.
They expect to have fifteen hundred
torches m their procession (but they
won't) and will hold a meeting at the
court houf to be addressed by J. M.
Thompson, of Chicago, waver ol the
John A. Logan, who made a speech to
the Radicals of Johnson county at Vi
enna on Wednesday afternoon, came
down to Cairo tU the Cairo and Vin
cenr.es road on Wednesday night. He
took rooms at the St. Charlc, and was
there visited by a number ot the leading
Radicals of the city. He lett on the Illi
nois Central train at twelve o'clock for
DuQuoin, where be was to make a speech
yesterday. Logan is billed to speak at
Metropolis this afternoon.
The General Atent of the Equitable
Lite Assurance Co., informs us that the
business of the company in Illinois, last
month, so far as he hai gone, exceeds any
thing ever done before. lie has, in the
past two weeks, taken five applications in
a day, some of thcra as high as $20,000,
on the leading business men of Carmi,
Mt. Carinel, Shawneetown and other
places. He will remain in Cairo a day or
two aud we advise all parties contempla
ting Insurance to call on him.
Presidential Vote In 1M7S.
To correct an error In the footing of
the vote cast for Mr. Greeley for presi
dent in 1872, we republish the following
table of votes received by the respective
PRKCINCTS. GRANT. URRELKY.
South Cairo 337 322
North Cairo 435 357
Dog Tooth - 23 30
Goose Island 73 03
Santa Fe - 21 61
Thebes C2 20
Clear Creek 138 83
Hazlewood 64 50
Unity 7S 77
Grant's majority 192.
Total vote in county, 2,270.
for Bale at Anetlon Valuable Real
The property known as the McKenrie
residence, situated on lots 33 and 34, and
15 and 10, block 63, in the city ot Cairo,
fronting 60 feet en Fifth street and SO feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. L.
Davis, will be sold tt public auction on
Saturday, November 18th, 1S70, at ten
o'eloak ft.ro., on the premises. This Is
one of the most desirable residences in
the city commodious, in good repair,
supplied with gas, and title perfect.
This property may be purchased at
private sale prior to 18th Inst., by appli
cation to Samuel P. W heeler, w here ab
tract ot title may be seen. Terms of
sale $1,600, cash In band; balance on one
years time with sis per cent Interest.
Detered payment secured by deed of
trust on premises.
Winter & Stewart,
Subscriptions to the Custer monument
Still come rolling in. The EtmlJ re
ports more than $5,000 In It treasury,
devoted to this purpose. Had the gov
eminent supplied Uie Indiana with B. T.
Babbitt's Best Soap, Instead of rifles,
their elvlliiation would have been accom
plished long ego. Never too late to
VOTERS, ATTENTION I
SBC TA tr THAT VOI R lllKETft
lit low we publish a correct copy ol the
National, State, Congressional Senatorial
Democratic Tickets, Tho greatest of
care should bo experienced by voters in
regard to preparing their ballots, and if
those who desire to vote for tho Demo
cratic nomlnoea wltl make their tickets
correspond with those below, there will
le no mistakes made :
National Democratic Ticket,
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
of New York.
THOMAS A. IILNDIUCKS.
Kor Presidential Electors At Ijtri(e,
WILLIAM K. COOLMAlGU,
WILLIAM J. ALLKN.
1st District, THOMAS HOVNE.
SAMUKL 8. HAYES.
T;iOMS B. COULTER.
WILLIAM C GREEN.
GEOU'lK B. MARTIN.
HENRY W. BULLOCK.
LAWRENCE W. JAMES.
JAMES W. DAVIDSON.
WILLIAM G. EWLG.
CHARLES A KEY Kg.
CESAR A. ROBERTS.
ORLANDO 15. Fit KLIN.
ROUERT N. BHHuP.
JESSE J. PHILLirS.
CHARLES A. WALKER.
J. PERKY JOHNSON.
JOHN M. CREBS.
of Kendall County.
ARCHIBALD A. GLENN,
of Brown County
For Secretary of State,
STEPHEN Y. THORNTON,
uf Fulton County.
For Ptata Treasurer,
of Clinton County.
Tor Auditor ol Public Accounts,
of Cook County.
of Logan County.
Congreaaional District Ticket.
For Member of Congress. ISth ConfrroAtional
of Randolph County.
For Member of State Board oi Equalization,
OLIVER P. niLL,
of Union County.
Senatorial Diatiict Ticket.
For Ktate Senator-Fiftieth Dirtrict,
of Union County.
For Representative in the Legislature Fiftieth
ALEXANDER U. 1RVI.N,
of Alexander County.
The Hon. John II. Oberly went to
'Anna yesterday to address a Democratic
Judge MulWey makes a Tilden Rnd
Hendricks speech at Clear Creek to
night. Those of our people who may wieh to
go to the grand Democratic barbecue at
Metropolis oa Saturday will have to tuke
the steamer James Fisk this evening, as
the Kckert U not in running order.
This, it is said, promises to be the big
gest political demonstration held in
Southern Illinois during this or any other
campaign in many years, and Cairo
should be well represented.
Judge Groen goes to Vienna to morrow
to speak in the cause of reform. The
Johnson county Democrats are mnkin?
a big tight to carry their men through,
and it is said will succeed. They give a
big barbecue to-morrow.
D. T. Llnegar goes to Williamson
county to-morrow. He will address the
people of Marion oa the political issues
Sir. Xelson lit Yillaldfe.
A special in the St. Louis Republican of
yesterday, dated at Villa Ridge, stating
that the colored Democratic orator,
Charles Nelson, of Springfield, had been
mobbed on tt tdnesday, occasioned con
siderable excitement in this city. On In
quiry as to the truth of the telegram, we
learn that Mr. Nelon was not mobbed
in the full sense of the word, but that a
very big attempt was made to bring
about a fight, and prevent him from
speaking. Early ou Wednesday morn
ing colored men were sent out by the
white Republicans of Villa Kidge to all
the neighboring residents with in
structions to circulate the news that there
would be no meeting, as previously an
nounced, that Mr. Nelson had cancelled
his engagement. But notwithstanding
this, a small crowd ol "country negroes"
gathered at Villa Ridge, and Mr. Nelson,
who had arrived and was ready to speak
according to appointment, began bis
speech about lour o'clock in the after
noon. The white Radicals, seeing that
they had failed to carry their point
to keep Mr. Nelson from having any
bearers, resorted to another and most
cowardly course. They made their col
ored allies drunk, with aiew of creat
ing a mob, and though tbey failed iu
this, yet there was every Indication
while Mr. Nelson was speaking that
there would be a riot. The negroes
cursed and threatened the speaker, and
revolvers were flourished freely, but Mr.
Nelson kept on with bis argument, and
finished without being injured.
The action of the instigators of this
dastardly and hellish act are Mid to be
prominent Republicans, who feared that
Mr. Nelson would rob them of colored
votes, and determined to drive him out
There 1 but one verdict, and that in
thirty-three yean Dr. Bnll'e Cough
Syrup has never failed to cur cough,
cold, or general hoarafoess. , A drug
tores, p rlw, 39 cent! j tiro bottles, $1.
Ciino, Ills, Nov. 2, ISM.
Very latio interest seems tube taken In
the transaction ol business, even by tho
closest devotees tobuslnessjuatatprcEtnt.
Tho coming presidential election, which
takes place on Tuesday next, teems to
have robbed trade ot attention, and until
uftcr the result of tho contest has been
deflnltely settled, this condition ol aflalrs
will not be changed.
Throughout tho city slnco our last re
port every branch of trade has been
very quiet. Tho weather has continued
very pleasant Jup to this morning, when
the sk v became covered with clouds, and
a chilly wind bc?an blowing. Rates to
the south by rail and by river remain un
changed. There Is no new reports to make of the
Hour market, with the exception that
some of our dealers eompluin ot a scarcity
of low grades, w hile otbt rs havo an am
ple supply. The demand lor this grade
Is greater thun for any other. Ot choice
brand?, and also medium brand, there
are good stocks.
The hay market Is exceedingly quiet.
The demand is no better than last re
ported. There l an abundance of com
mon on hand, with enough choice to sui-
ply all Inquiry. Mixed hay Is slow
sale at $ 11 00, while choice will not
bring more than 12 00.
The lair inquiry for corn which existed
at the time ol our last report has not fal
len off, but has changed into a stronger
demand. Sevcrul calls were made yester
day lor white at -17 43c, but there is
none in the market. White in hulk will
bring 43c in burlapsc, 47c, and dundees,
484Cc. There is a good supply of
Southern Illinois oats, with ycry llt'fTu de
mand. They are selling at 28 30 cents
in bulk. Meal and bran are very dull,
with plenty on the market.
There is a great overstock of butter of
all kind. None but chol.'e is selling.
The market is entirely bare of eggs, and
17 18 cents is oflered.
The poultry market Is very dull.
Young chickens areyery dull sale. Only
old hens are wanted.
Choice, large red apples are in lair de
mand, but no other kind is wanted.
Common apples are plenty.
Our friends should Ixar in mind
that the prices here given are only for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge nn advance over
This market is quiet. Only low grades
are reported scarce. Choice and medium
grades arc plenty. The demand is light.
Sales reported were 100 bbls various
grades, iifi 75; 200 bbls various grades,
3(sG 75; 200 bbls various grades, $4.
6 50; 250 bbls various grades city, $1
8 M; 400 bbls various grades, $4 30Yf 25;
100 bbls XXXX, $5 15.
The hay market is overstocked with
common bay, while the supply ol choice
is light, but equal to all present demands.
There is no shipping demand at all, aud
the local trade is also very light. We
note the sale ot 1 car mixed, $11 ; 1 car
choice timothy, $12.
White corn is in active demand. There
Is none in the market. White hi bur
lap sc will bring, 47c; in dundees, 43213c.
We note the sale ot 2 cars white in bulk,
This market is well supplied with light
Southern Illinois oats, lor which there is
very little demand. We note the sale ot
1 car, Southern, In bulk. 29c.
This market is well supplied and dull.
City meal is offered at $2 25 ; country
at $2 15, with no buyers.
There Is a good supply of bran. There
is no demand. The only sale noted was
that of 300 sacks, C0(a,C5c.
This market U overstocked and very
dull. There is no kind of butter selling
except choice. Wc note tho following
sales : 4 packages Southern Illinois, ISc;
200 lbs Southern Illinois, 20c; 100 lbs
Central Illinois, 22c; 100 lbs Northern
Illinois, 25c; 100 lbs Southern Illinois,
There has been but few eggs come In
since our last Issue, and the market U
bare. There is a good demand at 17(o,lSc.
We noe the sale ot 100 dozen, 17c.
We note the sale of 10 bbls. choice red,
$2 25. Large, choice red apples are the
only kind inquired for. Common will
There I a very light supply of poultry
on the market. Young chickens are not
wanted, but old hens will find ready
sale. We note tim sale ot 10 dozen
young chickens. $1 72 OU; G dozen
old hens, $3 00.
We note the sale of 280 bbls. $1 50
HIDES AND FURS.
Sn.BF Pelts Green, 75o$l 25; dry;
4tJ(3,ftOv; shearings, 1020o.
Fl'BS Beaver No. 1 $3 60; No. 2
$0; No. a $4; No. 3 t2; No. 4 $1.0,
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50o;
No. 4 10c Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. ,
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No .
I 63c No. 2 60c ; No. 3 30c ; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50o ; red lox No. I $1 ; No. 2 75c.
Opossum No. I 10c ; No. 2 8e ; No. 3
35c Muskrat No. 120c 5 No. 2 16c ; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10 ; No. 2 $7 No. 1
S3; No. 4$1. Wolf-Mountalu No. 1
$2 60; No. 2 $1 T5 : No 3 1 ; No. 4 75c; .
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $125: No. 2 60c,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c. Badger
, .. COAL.
We nnoto Paradise uud Mt. Cuiboii or
track, lump, $3; nut. $2; delivered ir
load per ton, lump, $3 60; nut, $2 7a,
delivered per single toil, lump, $4 ; uul
$3 26 ; Rautu or Marrisbtug coal or
track per load, lump. 427 1 uut, $li ; do
liveredper ton, $3 50: rittsburg prr
car loads oa tack, $3 50 per ton.
Wau tsrAntaarT. ttt.-tsi r;irpt,,
a nova i
vj. t it. m.
N tv 'JrUmi.
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BU'v liljh water of la; I.
J A MLS WAliOV,
f-'erjreant, Sitn-il PiTYin-. 'I A.
Steamer James Fi.ik, Padurah
T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
' .lames W. Gufl', Cincinnati.
" Atlantl.:, tow, St. l.rmN.
Red Cloud, Evunsvillo.
" Poiur Mar, barge. St. Louis.
" John A. .-M'uddwr, N. ().
" Anita, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Puditcah.
T. T. Hillman, Nashville,
" James W. Gall, Memphis.
Atlantic, liurges, New Oi lcans.
Red Cloud, fcvansville.
" Polar Star, lmrg;, Tenn. river,
" John A. Scuddcr, St. Leuis.
The weather is cold and cloudy.
Ti.tT. T. Ililimati had a fair trip of
iron and other frelsrtit.
The Jjmt'S W. (',' fV passed down with
a fair trip, adding freight hi re.
The Polar Star pa--(d tip lor the Ten
The United States government boat
Anita, passed down from St. Louis for
The Red Cloud had a very fair trip
Tho James Fisk leaves tor Padurah
at five o'clock. A number, of pcojile of
this city will take passage on her for
Metropolis to attend the big Democratic
Attorney at Law,
OFFICE : At remiitonce on Ninth Street, t e-tvreenW-whtnKtnn
svrnne anil Walnut
Mi fit? hwM Milt
St. Louis, Mo.
TH0S. A. RICE, A. M. L. L. E ,
J A3. HIIsC, A. .,
J. H. HURWOOD.
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorough anrl Frartioal
course of -ludr in the Cniiel states a
couise imliiipeiiFiljle to every young luun nii
burina; on the sea oi life.
For Illustrattd Circular,
thos.a. r:icr, a. m.,i..l. rt..
St. Charles Hotel,
m::: essuced :::: m m
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, Ud Floor $2 .00 Por Day
Spaolal Rata by Wssk or Month.
A llrniteil numlx r of veiy li-irul)Ie lamily
rooms can he wined al riuaouablu rates tor tht
I he St. ChHrles is the lurpeiitsnil best anpoint
el House in Suutheni Illinois, unit is t ti- Icajins
hott-1 in tairo. .NutvUiiiluntinif the "iitJ
Kock" reituetinn in jirii-eB, the tahlw will, us
umiuI, lie liberally u,iiliul with the very Uoi
ot'evrrvthiUK tliul cau lie found in niarki t.
r'ine lunre .ample rooms fur romiiierciul trav
elers, on around floor, freeof charge.
CAll ustftfttifi-ot'jruKsU couvejed to and lrom
the hotel without rhmire
JfcWJSTT WILCOX A CO.,
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Tban ever for CASH.
Kruni Fifty cents to Twenty-Are dollars.
A lull line of Isle style corset, and huniery at
lower I'rii-es thai) ever In-lore oflered III
Cuiro. ild stiuws rumleover or taken
iu exchange fur new gooda.
A full tuck of Ladies Woolen and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, ele. , of every variety iuj
at all 1'ricea.
My stock aiuHt lie closed out. aud 1 will give
ruy cu.toiliei. heller iMrguiiis than ever oflered
before AlUs. C. M LtAN.
Llltl OH DKALKKN.
W holtsale and Uctall Dealers In
Foreign ad Domestio
U'lXFN OF Al l KIMIN,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
ME88E. airrril CO. have eoceumlv
a larga atork ol the beat iroucla tu the mar
ket, aad yiveaeuwial attention to tha wholesale
raaca ol lee buainaaa.
Of Every Dearrij'tion
SOLD rillST SEASON.
Xrm ,e 7?
-j"--s i i.t' i rj.xli
II Stat,.,' slii.fck. Willi
iidi.j. iJJ ii! vj. li.i
And .1 Jierle'-t ( ninl.jiiuti.iii of
UfeAviiii.ta J, UHi d' I.i .... il s-V.-
1371 f Tour Tim r '. w i .-.
incut, bohj tii.- oi v. :.,
612, 614,616 &e '3 N '::
st. Louin, z:o.
O. W. HENDERSON,
City National Bank
V. . I'. HALLIUAV, l rrsideal
UtN'iV I. IIAI.LlIlAV, ucll
A It i r l"OKl, t'ishi.r.
W'A' It UVI.or. A'H'a hi-r.
f. STAAT.-. TATt.On, U If. t'i- 1NOIIAM,
H I.. IULI.IDAV, V I IfjILI.IU.M,
U. U, Wll.LiAl.iM, Mti IIK.N 1111.11,
A . 1!. SArrviiD,
EscbanRc, Com and United States
Bouda Bought and Sold.
KroSITS reoeivist nl a ffcn.iT.il tVaiiklrg
T Um, VreMdet t. tt Will i. I'asUier.
I. NiU, ice l'ns'l. 1 . J. IvcrlU, Aetl. u.-l.'r
Carner Conr.rr.orclat Avo aud bib Strict
r'. Rn.ss, t.'airo. Win, Kliit-e, Cairo.
I". Nell, t niro. Wm Wolfe, ( .,in.
. . i-u.-aiik.t, Cairo. 1 I.. Hilliinrs'ev, tt I.uiili
t. liiilvr, i.airo il. Wells, ( airu.
r . II. rtrinknmri. t. Louin,
J. V. Climnin, Culeik'iiiu.
i t.eiit'iul Hniiliinu; tl'i'.ltioKM Hone.
l5"Kel.aiii:e sold and lniuKht Intercut mid
n li e avini'H De.m lint nt . ( nlhctioiia n.ude,
ndalTbuiuesi i vniniitlv attended t.
CHARTERED MARCH '21, lb69
CITY NATIONAL B ANE, CAIRO
A. It SAFFOKt'. I'resident.
X .8 l AU.ui;. iee President .
W. HVSl.Ol", Wt and Trar.rcr
P.W. lUHtLAV, ClIA. CaUOUKH,
f. M t-rueklLlTli, fal'Lli. ."ihiii,
It. 11. Ic.vmm.ium. II L Uali.iiav,
J. il. I'lULLIl't.
INTElttST ai 1 on dei.oits nt the rule ol oix
percent peraiinmii, Marrh lrl aud Stt u,
Mr J.t. inten-ft utit wiluruvu id uddetl iimne
l.iili ly tfi tile principal ol the depooiu, theiehy
(ivmii them euiujiound il.tire.t
LTcrried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
elso can druw it.
Open every huiinessdav rrouiBa.m. to S p.m.
t ' ."aturduy evei.iuo fur suvuik. deposiU only
roiutt lo a o'clock
W. HY8J.0P. Treaaurer.
r:au.'ia.hia On tii n.i ate-rii-A
or utt; MluaU aty atritt, iu fttMaaV
ii' urc ol r7tai"-tl:ii
Luvtried lu t.i
l'jclicn, how to
luajyuui lltiuliuatiuaa, m ui" M i u "i s vaiu vmi v uar
out t o how to uitervv Ui beiin, tn4 cviiiprt-auaiit utl
Culy tru MtmiajEv Guiii i' lit wor.J. lric Meiai
bv Mftil. list) u'Jior mv btj contu.u-ii ueraoti!! or e
mill oil ftrv or i nc vtinrruta uirmiuuru in mt wurt..
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Outtcrin? a Specialty
Slato Rooliing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
LightniDg Rods, Pumps, Stoves
JoVbiaMI PramVtly Daa.
UaVaa a atay aaraaiaas mim
J ja. Auatar a Of (lie. iOO a a.wTi
",B1 r''J aonJ Af uU. ajv k k