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J. O. LYNOH'S
ileal Estate Colulnn
A Irxaiider county lamia, t'niro ls,
arli.mge for St. l.oula rniTiy.
A lino r'lI nrc on rriir )lallrook
Miiue huiI Twmty-tliinl utroot, at a
Tin- "oulh I1.1II of thfl "niit" home at
S vcral fine rooms iu Wintor's blwk.
imhJ tno ftor brick nuiUbln for
,tre mill office on Commercial hvijiiic,
X'twcfii Klevfiith ami Twelfth.
llri-k Uwcllinjr mrner .Vim-tot nth
mkI 1'ojilar at recto.
Saloon anil fixtures noutliwt'ot -ni-?r
Eighteenth strict and ('oiiinieniai
m ini.', at a bargain.
Iiwclliiijr Louse on Cro strwt, r
oi Wanliliiirton avenue.
Two bu-ineheuse' 11 Lece street,
above Klithth, $20 each
Sioro room on Commercial avenue,
-icxt to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Two titory house on Commercial ar
enue. Two tenements suitable for alio,
Store room, 3rner Twentieth ami
Up Ptairn of house on (Commercial av
enue, near 19th street. Suitable for
Tenements numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's Row, 6 rooms each for 10
per month. In first-class order.
(Jrjihan Asylum buildinjr and premi
ses.. Kent low, to a good tenant
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, f 12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ot the city.
FOR LKASE OR SALE,
-l-ands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Pie tare rrml.
We have this day t-old to Mr. K. ('
Kord the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., ohonld he sent to him or left at
this ofllce. Wc bespeak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ol
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarentf j satisfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo, (Xt. 10, 17.
tf Cairo Bi-li.eii Co.
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ol Twelfth street
and Washington avenue, excels all
others in his line of business in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'ocloek.
Mr. .laeekel spreads a lunch which would
1I0 honor to auv saloon in the land. His
frli-nd should make a notonfthts end
give him a rail. 20-dlm
M. tsrvra; Hlelabanae.
on Eighth stre t, two doors Jroiu Alex
ander County Bunk, U the place to get a
fashionable tutlr cut or a smooth shave
or anything else la tli barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or lre "cd.
either at the rhop or their home.
For u smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing (hainpoo,
go to Kd. liruxton, at tlw tilanUira' barber
parlor. The let of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. Tlie
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
ha.- the largest and finest stock ot Boys'
i.nd Youths' clothing that has ever been
in Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any ukc, at prices to suit the
.VX) pieces of prints, 100 pieces jcaos,
.Vs) pieces of muslin. New styles and
best brands at the New York store. Full
ine of dry goods. 1 l-2-5t
Mrs. Daniel Lamport will continue the
barber business of her lute husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the supervision of John
l.ninpert who Is a first-class barber and
invites old and new customers to give
him a call. tf.
A first-class runner is wanted at the
IMta hous;. Call Immediately. None
but n first-class one need apply. tf
Wauled OOO Men,
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 tunes.
Mothers cau secure health for their chil
li 1 a aud rest for Iberuaelvea by the use of Cas
1 1 t. perfect substitute for Castor Oil. It Is
ubielutcly harmless, aud it as pleasant to lake
a honey, for Wind-Collio sour stomach,
worms ar conciliation, lor young- or old, tliera
is nothing in ((stance Ilk It. It I certain, tt
i speedy, U Is cheap.
Caked Breasts, Rhiiiuatisiu, aela-
via, swellings, sprains, stiff joints, bum
ecalda polsonoui tins, aud all flesh, bona and
muscle ailiucuts, can be absolutely cured by Uia
Centaur liniment. What th H'Uite Linlnatal
i for lb humau fainl ha V allow I.iuiiutul
is for spavined al lame horse and ani
Haoan's Mauxoma Balm preserves
and restores the complexion ; remove!
freckles, tan and sallowncss ; makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lvox'a Katiuiiion makes beautiful,
glossy, luxurlaut hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood
he test of 40 year, la charmingly per
iumd and has no rival.
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER II. Wfl.J
h.te or advertisis.
tprAll bills ftr advertising are due and pay
able 1 advasts
'lrausieM aayerlisiiis; will b inserted st tht
rats of II 00 per square lor the first Insertion
and Y cents for each subxejueal one A tlhtral
dlseouBt will be iuad oa atatin( anddil
For Insertinf ruuerat tioti.s SI Xotro(
meetlns; of sorletir or swrt oHars r.m for
Cbareh, Societr. Fwtival and Pupprr antlres
will only b lntrtd as adTvrtiaanients
No advertisement will be trcaited at lrat than
SO cents, and noa'iTfrtismtut will tie In'. rtH
fr leva than three dollars w month
local BmiNLsa oTicr.
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, In
serted in the Bcm.mi.v ns follows : (ls
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square
Two Insertions rer Sfpiarc....
Three insertions er square..
Six insertions per square
Two weeks ier square
One month per square- II 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
AKCALON I.rI)GE, SO. 61.
Koitht of I') thiaa, tneeta every .
day night at hl!-wl aarcn, in Odd
Ifllowa IUI1 Ifowa,
OAIJvXA'IKK IXHIOK, NO. tM.
Indendent Order tit hld-lrl-lowa,
merta rvrrj I burwlay niichl
at balf-at aeveii, in their nail on
otniiM'frial aTenue, between Biitb anrf f)erentb
treeta .. A. 1atjhb. N U
"1AIRO F.XCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. T.. meete
io ld-K. Ilow,' Kail on the Drat and third
Hi.!) in etcry month, at half-taut aeven
A. loiimu, C P
A C AtUO LODGE. SO.ZT.A.r. A A. M.
fr Jlud rea-ular coiumiuiicationa In Ma
LjeT annic. Hall, corner Commercial avenue
v ao l Ki)rtiU atrrrt, on the seoond and
'ourth Uondar of each month.
Ieal WMSSier ISeforv
Cllao.lll., No, lo 17.
7a.m. 3f.l! 31 o W o rlnr
II " .1J , j S j 6 cioudy
p.m. W wt I Si ' S 7 do
:'." .QJS M I J i U
JAW ICS WATSON,
Ceraeanb SUctial Service. I . H. A
11 utl remember the sociable at the
Presbyterian paronnge on Thursday
night. All will be w elcomed.
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
Ladlea Cold wateta.
For sale, a ladies Elgin hunting ca-e
fold watch ; retail price $75 00, will be
soil for $55 ; 00 has never lx-eu ued.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Kilter Tea) ftet.
One Rogers, Smith A Co.'s silver tea
et. 1 rlple plate, 0 pieces, entirely new,
retail price $00 00, can be tought for
f 15 00. Apply to E. A. Burn. tt.
tj- nmt tl
At the New York store for $2.50 per
pair; Brogans for $1.00 per pair; Shot-s
of all kinds at very low prices. ll-2-5t
The largest and finest Stock of titnts'
FurnUhing Goods can be found at Ike
Walder's, corner of Sixth and Ohio
Levee. 9-2 Vim.
My w ife, Mary Adams, having left my
bed and board, I hereby give notice that
I will not be responsible for any debt she
may contract iu my name.
Cairo, Nov. 6, 1S76. at
I.art;eet Hale Yet
Thursday, November "th, 1870, No. Ill,
Commercial Avenue, 10
o clock, a. ui.,
Constating of Bed-room, Dinnlng-room,
Sitting-room and Kitchen furniture of
every description, both ornamental and
useful ; Cooking and Heating Stoves.
Cat pets, Clocks, and In fact every thing
pertaining to housekeeping.
Wixteb & Stewart,
New B. W. Flour,
Lard In buckets,
Hominy and Gritz,
Full line of Staple and Fancy Grocer
ies, Canned Goods, etc.,
Which we offer to the trade at bottom
figures. Nkw Y'ork Store.
For ! at Aueli.in Valuable
The property known as the McKenzle
residence, situated on lots 33 and 31, ami
15 and 10, block 53, In the city ot Cairo,
fronting 50 feet on Filth street aud 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. L.
Davis, will be sold at public auction on
Saturday, November 18th, 187G. at ten
o'clock a.m., on the premises. ThU Is
one of the unst desirable reolUenees iu
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 appll
cation to Samuel I. Wheeler, wbeie ab
stract ol titl may be seen. Terms of
sale $1,500, cash Iu hand; balance on one
years time with six per cent interest.
Detered payment secured by deed of
(rust on premises.
VVlXTUR Si STCWABT,
iJ-JIL i . , ..
n large roal stove in complete, order,
sultahlrt for store or olhVe. Inquire at
1S2, Commercial avenue. 11-10.3
A Una Waller
Wanted. A good waiter, at Louis
Herberts restaurant. No one need ap'
ply who Is not experienced In the bul
Tlia Party fLaal JVIsfst.
The much talked of party the first of
the season, took place at (he St. Charles
last night. There was a large number
of the young people of the city present,
and the tide of mirth and happiness ran
high. Dancing was kept tip until after
We w ill pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bciieti!
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thejpreident or secretary of the com
pany. Cahio Bum.ktt Co.
The Weetera I'alon Telvfraph Office
The Western union telegraph office,
which has recently undergone extensive
improvements, Is now one of the mod
complete Institutions of the kind, it Is
said, In the country. An entire new set
of instruments and all other apparatus
have lieen put into it.
Every one of the more than 275,000
Charter Oak stoves now in the hands of
as many housekeepers have proved emi
nently practicable, easily kept iu order,
doing all kinds of cooking quickly,
cleanly and with great economy of fuel
To Llejuer Retailer.
I hereby notify the saloon-keepers of
the city, and all other persons, to not
sell or give to my wife, Mrs. Granison
Hill, any malt, splritous, or other intoxi
cating liquor. If this notice is disre
garded, 1 will prosecute the person giv
ing or selling liquor to lhi woman to
the extent of the law.
t i jtANisos Hill.
Cairo, 111., Nov. 8, 17C. Hi
The Mnalrlaaa' Ball.
The musicians' ball at Scheel's Wash
ington hall on Thursday night, was a gar
affair. The muie is said to have been
very tine, nearly all of the musicians of
the city having taken pnrt in it. There
was a large crowd present, and the affair
was a decided success, both financially
and socially. Mr. Wittlg, for w hose ben
efit the concert and ball was given, de
rived a handsome sum from it.
Mr. (J. II. Vanwormer, tne advance
agent of the Robert McWade dramatic
company, arrived in Cairo yesterday.
The troupe Is now playinsr In Kansas
City, aud will appear in Cairo on the
night of the sixteenth. Mr. McWade It
too well known to all theater goers ol
this country, for us to make auy com
ments upou his ability. His Rip Van
Winkle is great, and we predict for him
an overflowing house. The prices of ad
mission are "Scents, reserved seats $1 00.
Ticket s are now ou sale at Hartmau's.
rraua la ralra.
On last Tuesday over fifteen hundred
and sixty votes were cast in Cairo. This
is the heaviest vote ever cart in the city
except during war times, and that great
frauds were perpetrated iu the interest
of the Republican party there is no
doubt. Men, both white and black, who
had never been seen or known by any
citizen, except the party who made affi
davit as to the right of the voter, went to
the polls aud perpetrated these frauds
with an audacity and impunity that
was hellish. Notwithstanding the fact
that Cairo gave Uucle Samuel Tllden a
neat little majority, which, considering
the majority given Grant four years ago,
entitlus him the praise of the nation. A
committee to investigate these outrages
is talked of by prominent men here, aud
should an examination be made, mud
there Is no doubt one will be made, it
will surprise us if some of the Radical
politicians ot Cairo are not brought to
grief. Not less than one hundred fraud
ulent voters are said to have been cast.
'.The American House,
Boston, has been long and favorably
known as one of the best hotels in the
East. Its central location, only a lew
rods from new Washington street, and
within two ixiuutes walk of State street,
Faneuil Hall, the old State House aud
City Hall, makes it equally desirable lor
business or pleasure. It was the first
hotel in Boston to introduce tne greatest
of modern conveniences, a passenger ele
vator, and the proprietors have ever been
ready to adopt any improvements that
might add to the comfort of their guests.
The latest change, and one that will be
appreciated by all, is the reduction in
prices, w hich are now placed at $3, $3 50
and $1 per day. Tho large number of
its apartments, its long and spacious cor
ridor., gener.il convenience ol arrange
ment, liberality of management and uni
form excellence ot its table, have given
It a wide-spread reputation, and enable
its managers to otl'er inducements to be
found at but few other New England
O. Haythorn, having just returned
from New Y'ork, Iheir house will open a
complete stock of new goods, consisting
of boots and shoes of every style and
quality known to tho trade ; alo ladles'
kid gloves ot full variety In all colors
from 50 to 05 cents er pair. A job lot
of alpacas at 50 cents a yard, equal to
any 70 cent goods now In the market.
Ladles aud ch ldrcn's hoso at 10, 25 and
35 cents per pair very cheap; also
blankets, flannels, priuU aud all kinds ol
household goods, cheaper than the cheap
est. A complete stock of boys hats aud
caps; hats 00 cents, caps 50 cents will
cost you $1 elsewhere. Laboring men
and all iwrsona who find economy an ob
ject, are invited to examine this uew aud
complete stock of goods. Reuwmber, O.
1 by thorn A Co.'s is the place to go.
Mark t.'.ihn, general agent of the
Equitable lltr Insurance company. I at
the St. Charles.
Miss Loflin, of Metropolis. It visiting
at the residence of f ol. MeKealg in this
Dr. W. c. Joclyn, of st. Imls U at
the St. Charle.s. lr. .loclyn, we are
told, Is here fur the rurP' of purchas
ing the dental fixtures form, rly owned
by Dr. Williams, and w ill open dental
rooms here within a short time.
.f. W. Wentz, the general freight agent
of tho Cairo and St. Louis rallr.ToV is
among the guests at the St. Charles 'v
J. A. Henry, genet ul agent fur ilm nar
row gauge railroad at St. LouU, i regis
tered at the St. Charles.
Robert Bagwell of St. Louis, the man
who built the now levee, Is registered at
the St. Charley
Eugene Garc.vhe of St. Loula it among
the prominent arrivals at the St. Charles.
He Is the oldest son of Judge A. 1. Gar
esche, tho most successful and famous
criminal lawyer in the state of Missouri.
John II. Walker of Cincinnati is at the
Mr, Mark Colin, general agent of the
the Equitable Life Assurance company,
returned to Cairo yesterday from Chi
cago, lie w ill remain three or four days
looking after the intereots of his com
pany, aud will be pleased to furnish in
formation or insurance to any one desir
ing It. Ilis headquarters will heat the
St. Charles hotel.
Parent, mothers, nurses, do not fail to
give Dr. Bull's cough syrup to the little
ones for all cases of coughs and colds.
Only costs 25 cents.
A Card to tho Pnblle.
On the 15th inst., the undersigned will
assume the general management of the
"palatial" Tremont Hou&e in Chicago,
where he hopes to meet all of his old
patrons, friends, acquaintances, and the
travelling public generally. Especially
will he be pleased to meet all w ho may
visit Chicago from Cairo, to whom he
will extend a cordial welcome. We have
leased the St. Charles for a term of years
to E. R. Eirnew. Em . ot Cincinnati.
who took possession on the lt day of
November. Mr. Egnew is a gentleman
ot large hotel experience, which he will
at once put in active operation at the St.
Charles. The building will immediately
undergo a complete and thorough reno
vation. The bed-rooms will bo refurn
ished with new and modern furniture,
and the entire house greatly improved in
all its oppoiutments. The hotel will
continue to be kept in first-class style,
and secon d to none outside the city of
Chicago. We trust Mr. Egnew Iu mak
ing these extensive repairs will secure
the hearty co-operation of the merchants
and citizens of Cairo, and as far as possi
ble their patronage so that the St.
Charles may In the future, as in the past,
be a source of pride and credit to the
city ot Cairo. Respectfully,
ll-ll-0t Jewktt Waroi.
The following Is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, State of Illinois
on Saturday, November, 11, 1876;
Ladies Boman, Llziic; Bouchet, Jen
nie; Bunch, Josephine; Bell, M. K.;
Dougherty, Mrs. Jas.; Donnell, Annie
F.; El'lott, Mary C; Hill. Mary; Hop
kins, Hattie; Kelley, Mrs. P.; Kin
nell, Annie; Kirkendall, Hannah;
Morse, Eliza; Morton, Martha; Porter,
Lucinde ; Rlcerses, Miss Van ; Sander-
ford, Mandy; Steele, Sallie; Sullivan,
Kate; Scott, Hannah N.; Smith Mary;
Vincent, Emelie; Wilson, M.
Gent -Berry, Albert; Bell, Frank;
Bracken, H. D. ; Bostw ick, 11. W. ; Bai
ley, John; Boughtou, Timothy; Ble
close, Joseph ; Brooks, Wm. ; Chcfler
Geo.; Card, James; Casey, Wm.;
Drury, M. P. ; Easel, Peter ; Ewhson,
S. ; Etz, Wm. ; Ferguson, Thos. ;
Goodyear, Toff; Harlon, Mr.; Uayse,
H. C; Herbet, J. E. ; Jones, Ilezekiah ;
Krutn, W. B. ; lane, C. II. ; J.anU, F. ;
Llston, Patrick; Mount, Amos. A.;
Murlock, Elmore; Mooney, Johnny
McNeil, Jas. ; Moore, Jos. ; Me Bride, M.
C. ; Marshall, W. P. ; Ogden, R. Dorsey;
Points, Alex ; Ross, A. J. ; Russell, C.
R. ; Runyon, Geo.; Russell, J. II.;
Reed, J. R.; Reeves, Wm.; Scott, Au-
drew; Scott, B. J.; Stevens, James, Sw ift,
J. L.; Stuart, John; Simons, J. I).; Smith,
L. H.; Squires, O. C; Fulley, Oen; Van
Degrlft, E. D.; Trump. Will; Webb,
Alic; Wheeler; David P.; Walter, Leo
nard M.; Welhron, Thos.
Persons calling for tho above letter
will please say advertised.
Gko. W. McIvkai.j, P. M.
Owing to the need of my pcrsouel at
tention to our country business, I have
secured Mr. M.J. Howley as city agent,
who w ill continue the business in the sale
of tho Howe sewing machines, silk.
needles, oils, threads aud attachments. 1
would ask that he may receive a liberal
share of patronage.
D. F. Bfaxht, Sup'g. Ag't.
Tho undersigned has accepted the
agency of the Howe Sewing Machine
company, in connection with his real es
tate business, aud has taken rooms ou
Commercial avenue, below Tenth street,
adjoining the City Gun Store. The pat
ronage of our citizens is resneet fully so
licited. M.J. Howley, Agent.
I'or Male or l.aae.-fhe ArliwcteN
This well known and popular hotel is
now ottered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For iwrtlcular inquire on the
premises. Tho., B. Ellis,
Bill Heads aud Monthly Statements, pink
aud yellow, at the Billktix ofllce. tf
Toe Bullktix was yesterday favored
with a oall from Mr. G. II. Van Wortuer,
agent for Mr. Robert McWade, who will
favor Cairo on next Thursday with Ida
version, written by himself, ot Rip Van
Winkle, hi which he rivals Joe Jefferson.
CLsropioa Lewis, a Xaatneky Darkey, Fa
tally .hot by John Ticki rt.
letters l.ni krri I i In the t'nniil
Betwern one mil two o'clock vestcr-
day afternoon John Vlckers, a white
man, shot aud fatally wounded a negro
named Champion I-.wis jnt in front of
the door of G. I. Williamson's store on
The ilrcuinslnncrs surrounding flic
caw, and which led to Ilm shooting, '
a n , ... I
"T- nir muruicii arc SliOlll a I'HloWS:
A man named Charley ;ikr ami Iwis
made a net some two weeks ago on the
election at Harlow Citv. Kv. Tim
takes were plan d In the hands t.f Vick
ers. w ho keeps a grocery store at that
place. On Wednesday, under the belief
that Tllden had been elected, Vlckers
gavu the stakes to Glas. Vlckers
came to Cairo, and was met hy
Iewls near tin; corner of sixth street and
the levee, when the latter aked
him for the money. Vlckers told
him he had turned I he stakes over
to (ihss. This made Lewis angry and
he followed Vlckers to G. I. William
son's torc, where another dispute took
place. Hot words were used by both,
and Lewis called Vlckers a liar, and
said, "if you put away your niMols
I'll fight you.'" Vlckers laid two revol
vers on the head ol a barrel just outside
the door of the store, and started toward
Lewis, who also started toward Vlckers
with an ojM-n knife. Vlckers, upon
catching sight ot the knife, seized both
pistols and began firing at Lewis, who
turned and ran Into the stairway leading
to the Argiii-Juumal printing ofllce, and
closed the door after him, and laid down
In the hall. Vlckers, who had already
fired three shots, went up to the door,
and putting one of his pistols through a
broken pain in the window tired three
more shots. Lewis turned and ran up
the stairs and sat down. Yickers turned
on his heel, walked into Williamsons'
store, deliberatly re loaded his revolvers
and left the house, going out the bacK
The above is the statement of parties
who seem to know the rnot about the
trouble, but Lewis in his deposition,
before Mr. II. II, Candee, says some two
weeks ago, while at Barlow City, lie lent
Charley Glass ten dollars to make a bet
with Vlckers. That Glass won the bet,
and returned him his ten dollars. He
(Lewis) afterward went into Vlckers
store and taking out his pocket book,
took from it a two dollar bill, which he
asked Vlckers to change, laying the
pocket book on the counter. Vlckers
took the pocket hook, saying as he did
so "Youowe Jack this money on
that bet." A dicputo arose, which re
sulted In Vlckers snapping a revolver at
Lewis twice, aud finally ran him out. of
the house with a weight.
Lewi says lie has been boarding w it it
Kirt Horn, in this city for n week. That
he met Vlckers at the corner of Sixth
street and Ohio levee, and a-ked him for
his money. Vickers told him at first to
go away, out auerwaru sua, "couip
along with me." He followed him tuid
Vickers shot him tour tiim s.
Vlckers was followed by several ne
groes from the scene of the hhootiii;: to
Washington avenue, and pointed out to
Constable John Hogan who arrested
him. Sheriff Irvln took Vlckers in
charge and locked him up io the county
jail Vlckers had on his persons w hen
arrested three revolvers. He will prob
ably he given a hearing to-day. Two of
the shots tired took e fleet in Lewis stom
ach, and the other In his arm. His
wounds are believed to be fatal.
Items la Itrlef.
Part ot Cook's circus company was hi
The election excitement has subsided
aud our people have returned to the
pursuit of business.
Thistlewood aud H inkle's farmer, to
bacco warehouse is completed, aud Mr.
Little, who will act as Inspector for tho
firm, starts out on a purchasing tour oh
The Madam Reutz Female Minstrel
Troupe play a short engagement here
the latter part of this month.
The Taylor Literary club is discussing
the subject of another minstrel oc rforui
ance. An entertainment, such as the
members of this society give, would be
No small amouut of money was staked
on the presidential election by men of
this citv, and many feel very Mre over
From a reliable sourco wc Icaru that
two hundred negroes were formed In
line, and headed by a band of martial mu
sic, marched to the polls at Metropolis
and voted for tho Republican candidates.
It is said that one-third of this handcar
The Vote In Jarkaou I utility,'
The following dispatch was received
by Sheriff Irrin last evening :
Ml Rl'llVSUOKO, III., Nov. 10.
A. II. Ikvin: Tildeu'a majority hi
Jackson county, 31 ; llarlzell, 80 major
Ity. Yougot 1,2-10 votes; Albright 4,
H5S, and Kroh M) in the county. This is
olllclal. o. W. Him..
George Winter, native of England,
boru May 30th. 1S34, Friday morning,
2.-30 o'clock. Funeral fioin the "Ait
Gallery," Sixth Mrtet, between Coin
merclaland Washington avenues, at 10
o'clock, November 1 lth, 176. Friends
invited to attend.
vciuber 11th, 1870
Household furniture; at the corner ol
Fourth street aud Commercial avtnuo.
Winter fc SrwHT, Auctioneers.
Tho report of the MiMachuctu cent
uiiMloucrs givo the tutal m w business
cl the forty.one lite ootiiiauiv hi 1675 as
$2&,fc6T,17tS, of which the Kqultahle did
-t, .- morlaaie, and by virtue of I la mwer atul all-
rarultur. X tlioniy to mearanted iu and by ihe aame, and
. rs I'r-rirvv by virtue of th stutiita of the state, I. the uudii-
,l AllUA. signed. Will. on rul iy, the ITlh day of uv , A.
1'wo o'clock, Saturday afternoon. No- o'ik. p w.. at e.td..i-oitii
' ,, ,. conn house, In the rity of t alio, sell aud doiu
, Whoti Gcn.Grar.i w.n notified of the
nomination of Gov, tl.iyea for the presi
dency, tin is nid to have rt'in.irk.'d :
"The strong!"-! man In the pnrty - a man
with a firm w i'.l. a dccMM opinion .n
every topic, and a record a- clean as
though tt had been washed w iili l. T.
Rabbltt'a best soap. There Is no pot to
he found hi IU"
VVAH f 'KPAIIIMtNT Hl liMf.T, I
NUr I I-7I-. i
, rr. in. , n. ) in.
(air- ' l." , l ' n n
rntntiurtr ! 4 a ; i
Cinriiiimti I .
Ixium vi lie i. I .!
Nashville ., 1 I ii
HI. Loin ', II i) in
KvannTillo 7 X
Mrmiihie V A ;,
VirliHljunr i l.i j it X b
New Orleao I n II tl
Below hl(fh water r 171 .
iSerirmnt. Signal fervice. U f. A.
Steamer James Kik, Padmnli.
" Ja. !. Perker, Memphis.
Belle of Slirevefrt, N. ( .
" Raven. St. LouK
Steamer James l'i.-k, Ii'lue;ili.
" Ja. P. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Belle of Mircvt'porr, N.L oni-,
" Raven, Ohio river.
The river fell a little ye:-rday, hut
will no doubt he i i-ing again lo-d.-ty, ii
a Might swell iii the rivets i reported
Bullies i r.ltlier dull, and the liver
editor of this paper is so thoroughly in
terested iu the election that Items are
No news was received ye-iterdy from
the sunken Arlington, but with the T.
F.Eckert rendering aitan:ii she i in
The R. K. 1 e Ruisey yesterday morn
ing pulled out the nag that has been lo
cated for some week in the Ohio near
the mouth, and then went back into the
Mississippi to complete work there.
She has done a good job of work be
tween this port and St. Louis and pilots
say the river never was so free from
snngs and breaks.
The obstruction that Mink the Arling
ton is a stump that slide off the Inland
some time ago and stands upright in the
The Raven has two barges containing
700 tons of iron ore and four empty for
Wheeling. The James 1. Parker ha a
very fair trip lor the Ohio.
OltC NIGHT ONLY.
Thursday, November 16
Ui nuM ml Atintrtiim ! Ttie Eminent Arti-r
Rip Van Winkle
iipprrtcil ty a
FI LL DRAMATIC COMPANY
lii'aervel .-eatii I
Seals now on ealeut llurinun's.
Whereas, Kml'y Holmes ol tlio Citv of 'aim,
countv iff Alexuudrr. nnl State el' fllinoi. lv
her wrttun nioitcase lUvil, duly fxecuttil, ac
knowledged ali i delivered, Ixuriiih' dale the
seventh day of October, A. D., l.-M, und re
corded in the recordur'a cilice of eaid munly of
Alexander, la volume (IkMik) "7," on iape lai,
did convey unto the nnittrsiKtu-d lieir und
aKHiirm ad mortgagee, the luliowin dcbcribed
rowrty, nitiutte in the City of Ouro. fount v
of Alexander, and HtHte or Illinois, to-wit:
Lot niimUrtd iw nly-Mve fi') in U.hJ. uiiiu-U-red
til'ty-one (51) , In the ity of alio afore
said, which aaid morttfUKe waamude to Meruit the
I lay mi lit of one certuiu prominoory note of the
Huid r.tnily Holme. Iwunnif even dnie with i-id
inorlciiKe, for the muu of live hundred dollara
paynblein two year alter iiu-, In the order
ol 'ilia underpinned, Willi interest ut the rati ol
ten r eeul, (wr annum, unlil paid: And
Whereas delnult hm been m-tde in the pay
ment of said note, and interent. Now then-lure
public notice is hereby aveu tiinl on the nth
day of Nuveiulier A l, lTn, at eleven o'clock
a.m., at Hit went door of the court houe, in rh
Citv of Cairo, county ol Alexander,
mi 'I Suite. (jI llliiims, I i-hull -oil ul
public tiale to 1 1 highest bidder for
i-.li, the raid luol liUKcd premixea and all
lieliellt of et-uity of redemption of the inid
Kniily tli-lnw. tier lu-ir, ex'-cutors, i.dmiuif
trulora. or a-miciiri therein, curt-mint to the ..
er aud prot istoii-i in the auid morltiue i-on-laiiiel.
linnKHr II . 1 1 km m.iiam.
Caiiio. 111., Oct. Uiid. I7ii. MortiJiu-'ee-
WIIKUK4S, Maria llobi-rta, f the t until y .
Alexander nd Mate of Illinois, by her ccit iin
trust deetl, or tale monirare, duly executed, ttc
knowleiIed und deliverui, bvaiiu dale the l-lb
iluy oi AiiHU.-l. A. 1 . I 7;. and recorded iu the
liecorder'a ollloe of Alexander comity, iu the
bluie of Illinois, in book . -ulc niorttf.iKca ul
page SJ', did count y uiilo lrM-ma t.reeulry j5
IrurU-e.ull t.i luliowmir ilexcrilied pi-cmii-ea,
Bituaietl in the county of Ab-xuuder and Mute of
Illinois, to- wit : J lie ulliwtvt fractional part
of section twenly-tlve (.'), tow n-diip sevcnlet-u
(IT) runtretwn (J) went I also the southeaft froe
ioual part of coii,m itteuty-aix ('.), iu towu
abiv seventeen (17), in raue two Cj) et, to m-i-ure
Ilia puyineiu of a proiiit-oiorv note for the
uiuof une hundred and suty-elniit ilollar-i, ex
ecuted by the said Maria Itoberu, und puyubie to
the order ol the uil ienm limuley und
whereaa'. It i proviilrd in and by mud t.u.-t
devil, thut in case of default in the payment of
the said promissory note, or any pail iheiei'l.
according t die tenor and tOti-t i f raid i.ote,
then, on application of the leind holder of auid
note, it flioud and nilaht be Iswt'iil for th.-au-ilerig.ie-l
(iraeinas Uivcnley to sell itud dir-po,
of the aaid preinisea.Hadall the rixht. title, l,.-n-i-llt,
and eipiil J of retli iuptu.il of snut M itia
Koberta. or her heiia and a.siiois therein, at puli
lic auclioa. ut luc H door of the eonrl bouse,
iu the city of Cairo, in the county of Alexaiidei
and Male of Illinois, for Ibe liix'icst and brst
prite the name will brinn in cash :if.er haviutt
adverlieil such aula thirty day iu uuv neHpu
er at that time published in the said city of
Cairo, aud to make, execute, uud deliver Iu I lie
purchaser or iurc!iera at inch sale, jtod and
sulurieiil dncd or di-eds of coaieyunce for the
premisea seld. and out of the proceeds ot such
ule to pay all costs and exiwiise lucui red lu ad
Verlislug aud aelllug said premises, iu.-ludma
attorney 'a fees, also I he priucipul uud iutrresl
OU Saul note ; and, whereas, default hua Ihcii
malum the uavmeut of Ilia said noie. priuciiml
arid iulerest ; aow, therefore, public notice la
01 tha invmises above uihI iu aaid truai luoii
gugeilceil decriled, auil all lliernht, tide, Un
cut and ciiiily of icturuipliuu of Uiu ald JUsria
Huberts, her hciis or a-ixs lliereiti, at pultiie
auction, lor the highest aud brst price the same
will bring in ca-h.
ORK XI A S (J KICK Hi f t V , M orlgtiitee,
tlM-UAU LANSHtS. All y lor MirUasar.
Oct. IT. ia7rt.-;ioa
f I. very lcer!pii..n
. I heai.
beiviiv (iu'i, I imi in nariuaiuw or saui aaie
r4 I II a
(Or If placed Is a liae, ore?)
16 MILES OF
S--Y Ji. l .V-
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KVKItY SToVE IS
Wherever t'r-cd or So I
fll NKW.SI.I s
Koa. 37, 88, 30, 47, 48 and 40
Are MnrvelotM Cwinbinnlion l
And al tl.,- Ktwiuial Point-that go tn Make up
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
liver Olloroil l, the IMilille.
MndeOnly by Hie
Excelsior iVanufactLrir.fi o.,
Xo. CU, mi, 614 and Ida S. Main ft.,
Kt. I.oula, Ha.
C. W. HENDERSON.
Physician Sc Surgeon.
Uflice In Winter's Itlocb. enrner Srvmh mi, I
'oinmertiid venue, (entrance on heienthi.
... n.ovu. , i i.irieeniu aireei, west or nlilnirroii
'I hreo thottsantl, tn o liiindrcd und llftv dollara
worihot nennpaner ndrertlsinir, at publishers'
nitrs, t:iven for STirn, and a lime mouliis' note
eceptid In vuymenr from advcrliieriof re-pon-Ibililv
. A in inted li-t, xivlnn nniue. char icier,
dual ihiilv and Weekly circiiiulion uiul nhetlule
uti- of adveilisint?, etd Itxe to uuy luldress.
Applvtn ieo. ! Howell ;,., Scwsiinper
Advwtirin Amenta, 41 rarkKw, N Y.
ARE PAID Jtiffi
oi-jObieJ in lina of duty, if fcy
aeeid en t or otherwise. A
WOI'NH of any kind, the
l'.s of a floarer or Toe, or
the lost of an Eye. a IIH
Tl HF,, if but slight, givex a
petiMon. Ditta'.e of I.anga
cr Vnrtcuae Velnit give a
discharged for wound, injuries
or rupture, you get full boun
ty. 'Scnd 3 stamps for
copy of I'ension and Bounty
Acti. AJ'Irc, all letters to
r. H, FITC3ZSALD,
V. S. Claim Acent, Indlanap
Oils, llld. ttfOn all letter
maiK r. u. uox ot. m
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahinetoc nd Cocaiaercia
Avenues, adjoiaina" Htuiny'a.
KKKI S for ! the tieat Beef, I'erk, Mutton
eul, Lumo, aiw.vsu, c. awl Is ura
1 t' tcrv, f,i)IHrt in is aiw.tahle m,- ine
SIXTH STREET. Between OIIIO
LEVEU AND COMMERCIAL
Dlanufitoturaa hia own Horsa Shoea aud
can Aasura Oood Work.
. PATRONAOE SOLICITED
Iu the liirtnet Court of die United -tuten, for the
Mllllherll listiici of liliuois, i i ImukriiptcT,
In iht- iu ittcr of Michael lU-ilbiou & HernarU
Notice I. hereby tciven that a petition haslieen
tiled in nti 1 '-ouil l.vssi.l Michael lleilbron ai.d
Her. aid VVeil of 1 ail'u, in the countv of AleX
au ler, in -in I ilisiriet, iluiy deelamt linkruit-t
under the .-et ol cintns "ol M .rcli i i, Ih7.
for a ill chttrue ami c.-rlltlcite thereof I rum all
their debt-, uml other cluiiiis provable uuder said
act, sud thai die vTlh iluy of iolola-r, ISTii. ai
eleven o'clock a. lit , is assigned for the lieaxiaa
of Ilia smile b) I'c- .uid o iirl ut be I iilte-1
states Court room iu Hie city ot Spriiullebl.
VI Io n ail l where all creditors of said bauknipla
sil l ull oilier pcr.wu in interest, on attend aud
shew ruiise, 'I nnv Ihev ruw. hi- Ihe prayer ol
snld pellliolis should not be jfrulit d
.KO. I'. IU) KN", Clerk.
I iucifiir A linwluu. aliortieva for a-iitiiu-rs.
Iated SiriiiKllcll. III., s-p. 1, A. l. laTti
A WASTED to -Slr. N'w
afcali Erenta at tne. National Capital
AND THIS CAMPAIGN OP 187tt
Just the lsjk for Ibe limes. Ones a lu.l history
of the National Lapiutlaiid i.evaiuiueul. bbuars
bow the novel u incut bus beeu uumi' J SlUOS Us
oricaniialion. Kxplrius tiuw- job uiv put
tbroiiKh coujiivss. v.ives a lull liistury of tk
Whisky fruiuls and Hulkoup caial:d. 11 rle
the lives of Haves, Whet ler, iildeu and Ilea
(tricks, t.rauiloliauee lor AeirU. AddreM,
s-17-wsvr J. M 4 II MIIKIH. HI. lvuia.Mo
$1,00 PRoriT oil ; :oo
)lj.t any .lay in Mult oa.l Cntt. lvcf -v lir
to uiirnvrna. $10, of l'l, inIXM K I I.' IV
ILl tiLa, hsa IikniIm a si sail (ortuee e i- ( ..i
lavcttnr. HeadvSe vi hen nJ how I 'i'l K.V I '
o All l.T. tWk wiik aill ial 'unli-'U .. .r.
aStHaxore'cis lv a'l sn.l ieV,pa o
BAXTER it CO.,
Bsukeraasd Jljokare J7 i sli si., K.Y.