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J. G. LYNOH'S
Roal Estate Column
'-Alexander county limits IViro M,
nolinnitc for Ht. I.011U rtHTty.
A tinf rrMili-nre on corner Hal brook
hur ami Twrufy-tliird strorf, at n
Tin tith Imll of Hip Tllirt" Jinnee at
Srpral lino room in Winter' block.
- Uk1 two story lrlck unliable for
:.re ainl ofllcc oil Conimordal avenue,
wtwoen Eleunth ami Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
iml l'oplar streets.
Saloon ami fixture, nouthwest eorn-
r Klghteenth Mrret and onnenial
ivnue, at a bargain.
Dwelling houe on Croi Mrwf, wea
M Washington avenue.
Two uUstneM Ii9tit" n lvintrwt.
(have KtifTith, 20 each
Store room on Comuiereial avenue,
v xt to WaverlyhoUl.llO.
Two ftory house on Commercial av
wine. Two teneuifiits iiitahl for t?lop
Store room, corner Twentieth 6ml
l"p stairs of hou! on Commercial av
enue, near 19th street. Suitable for
J welling, $3.
Tenement minilx-red 8, an J 10
Wlnter'a ltow, 5 roonn each for f 10
irr month. In tlrt-da's order.
Orphan AJ iutn building and pretui
Kent low, to a good triune.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington aTenue, $13 a month.
Itooms In various parts ol the city.
FOK LEASE OH SALE.
-jinl, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
Picture r ram In.
W hav thit tiny sold to Mr. K. '
Ford the entire lot of moulding tool
etc., of the picture framing department
ot th Bulletin. All onleri for frame?
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this ofllce. We bespeak 'or htru the lib
erality Ol patronnge that has been be
stowed upon in. His assortment ol
moulding Is complete, , prices ln-yond
competition and he guarantee sati-fao
tion in ail cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10,i87ti.
il Cairo Ilru.kTis Co.
1hlla Mnioost-Grond rr- l.uneli.
J.-iccLiI, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloou, corner ol Twelfth street
nnd Washington avenue, cxceW all
others in his line of business in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'ocloek.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloou hi the land. His
friends should make a note of this and
give him a call. 2Q-dlm
J. uvn Mle-lMbana.
on Eighth street, two ilori Ironi Aivx
Mider V'ounty Hunk, is the place to fivt a
lushlonnble blr cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the barber line. !.
Jits' and children' hair cut or trepl.
wither at the shop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, a neat arnl l.ch
loimblc haircut, or n-freshin ehampno,
go to Ed. Braxton, lit the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perfunieriet and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
hath room connected with this establish
ineut is the only one in the city, and Is
always kept in the ne.itcit order, ready
lor the convenience of customer. tt
Ik W altler
ha the largest and finest stock ol Hoys'
and Youths' clothing that ha ever been
in I giro. He can suit a child from four
up to any aire, at prices to suit the
:Ai pieces of prints, 100 pieces jeans,
.VSI pieces of muslin. New styles and
lest brands at the New York store. Full
ine of dry j;oods. 1 1-2 .It
Mm. Daniel Lampert will continue the
barl r business of her late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will lie under the supervision of John
Lampert who is a flrt-cUvs barber and
invites old and new customers to give
him a call. tt.
A lirst-olaes runner Is wanted ut the
Delta lions?. Call immediately. None
but a first-class one need apply. tf
Wanted 500 Men,
To call at the corner ol Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
stock ol Overcoats and Men and Doys
suits at prices to suit the times.
Mothers 111 secure health for their chil
dren aud real for theoiselrea by His mm of Cas
tor, a (icrd-cl substitute for Castor Oil. It is
ubselutely harmless, and U a pleaaaat to taka
ws bonry. for Wlnd-Colllc sour storuarh,
worms r coDttipatiou. lor young or old, there
is uotbiug iaaxlslcnoc like it. It Is cerlsiu, it
l . peed v, it Is cheap.
Caked Breasts, niiuaiutiu,
eiii. swellings, apraiot, stiff Joints, bura
sctlds. poisonous bite, and all flesh, bone and
muscle ailments, can be absolutely cured by the
Centaur liuliuout. What the White Liuimeat
is for tbe human fami be Tel low Llnlnieut
is lor pa lued gal lame horse aud an I-
Haoan's Magnolia Balm pruservei
and restores tbe complexion ; removes
f reckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
i-kin soft, white and delicate. Its tippli
ation cannot be detected.
Lvo.N'e Katuaihox makea beautilul,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevont iU fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood
1 he test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
fumed and bit 110 rival.
R.4Tr. or AOTtariitju.
If All bills fit e-lTCTtleinr, are due and pay
able t adva a
Transient a4rertlslng will t lasertol at tbe
rate of 11 00 rrsuarc for the flrst Insertion
and M osnts for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will lie made on standing and dld
For inserting Funeral notice tl fl Notice nl
meeting of societies or secret ordrrs Vi oeats for
Cbarcb, Society, Festival and Sniper notices
will only be inserted as aWertlseaienU
No advertisement will be received at less than
so oetils, and no advertisement will Imterted
for less than three dollars tier month
I.OC.tf. DI HI5lt Sl SOTICfc
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, In
serted in the IU'Llkii.x as follows : (Less
than ono squire counted as a scjuare.)
One insertion per square $ 50
Two Insertions per square 73
Three Insertions per square..... 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 "3
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square. ' 50
Special rates made on large advertlc
inents or lor longer lime,
ASCAI.ON LOUUK, NO. 61.
Knifthts ol Tytliias, meet every Fri
duv MKht at hall-iwat seven, in Odd
Kvllow' Hall. Hows.
C hancellor Commander.
ALUXAXPEK I.OIKiE, NO. 2i4.
Inde(-ndent Onler of Odd-lel-Iowa,
iimla every Thnraday niKht
at half-ist eeven. in tlinr nail on
Jomnim'iai uruur, betwetu MMhsud tM-tntb
trrfii . A, LsrjitK, N U
1 VIHO K.N'l AMI'MENT, t. O. O. F.. meets
yui O'M-Ffllowi' Hull on the flrst and third
1 in . Ik j in ever)' mouth, at bair-et aeTen
A. Comibos, C I
4 tAIUOUIOE. N0.237,A.r. A A. M.
t Hold rTilar cimmuni'tions in ila
Sfinii; Hull, cortirr IViiiiincrcial avenue
' 'and Eighth trt. rn the second and
"uiirth Monday of each month.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12. IW6.
Itrisl weaiker Keyors.
Caiao, III., Nov. II Is7C.
11 AH j Til.
Vat. I WrAi
I i clear
Ketri I tl
fi. 'l . 'ft t
"vrgeant, Bia-nal Utivi. I. 8. A.
Uiil Head 4 and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Bulletin oQlcc. tf
Iet ail rememlM.r the sociable at the
Presbyterian ptirsonage on Thursday
night. All will be welcomed.
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winter auction room.
Ladle Ueld Watch.
For a, a ladies Elgin hunting rne
gold watch ; retail price $75 00, w 111 be
sold for 5-"i ; 00 has never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Miser Tea -t.
Oue llogers, Smlih & Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, C pieces, entirely new,
retail price $00 00, can be bought for
irt 00. Apply toE. A. Burnett.
f- Kla 'ft
At the New Y'ork store lor $2.50 r
pair; Brogans fr $1.00 jer pair; Shoes
of all kinds at very low pricts. ll-2-.1t
The largest and finet Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
Walder's, corner ol Sixth aud Ohio
Ivee. 11-25-1 m.
My wit Mary Adams, having left my
bed and Ixiard, I hereby give notice that
I will not be responsible for any debt he
may contract in my name.
Peti r ArAMs.
Cairo, Nov. C, 170. at
For Stale at Auction Valuable Ilrsl
The property known as the Mch'enzie
residence, situated on lots 3:1 and -ii, and
15 ami 10, block 5.1, in the city of Cairo,
fronting 50 fret en Filth street and 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. h.
Davie, will he sold at public auction on
Saturday, November lth, le70, at ten
o'clock a.m., on the premises. ThU is
oue of the most desirable resiliences in
the city commodious, in good repair,
supplied with gas, and title perfect.
This property may be purchased at
private sale prior to ISth iust., by appli
cation to Samuel P. Wheeler, wheie ab
stract ol titlo may be seen. Terms ol
sale $1,500, cath in hand; balance on one
years time with six per cent interest.
Detered payment secured by deed of
trust on premises.
WlVI'EH & SflWAKT,
A Card lo tbe Public.
On the 15th Inst., tbe undersigned will
asbuuio the general management of the
"palatial" Trcmont House in Cblcairo,
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 who may
visit Chicago from Cairo, to whom be
will extend a cordial welcome. W have
leased the St. Charles tor a term of years
to E. K. Eguew, Esq., ol Cincinnati,
wbo took possession ou the 1st day ol
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 be refurn
ished with new and modern furniture,
and the entire house greatly Improved In
all Its oppomtmeuta. The hotel will
coutluue to be kept In flrst-class style,
and sceon d to none outside the city of
Chicago. We trust Mr. Egnew In mak
In use extensive repairs will secure
tin. luurty co-operation of the mercbauts
nud t iti.ens of Cairo, aud as far aa posw
ble their patronage so that the St.
Chides may lu tbe future, as In the past,
bo a source ol pride aud crudit to the
city oi Cairo. Respectfully,
H-ll-Ct Jtwtu Wacox.
For SlalA 'oerf.
1 me large coal stove in complete order,
suitable lor More or r.fllce. Inquire, at
Commercial avenue ... . ll-10-3t
HHslnesa Ifonae for Rritl.
Tho biiek building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able terms. Apply to It. F. Blak.. tf
A tJood Walter
Wanted. A good waiter, at Louis
Herberts restaurant. No one need ap
ply who is not experienced in Ihe tntl
sum Wry Leer.
The npgro Champion Lewis, ssho wat
shot by the Kentncklan, Vlekers. 011 Fri
day afternoon, still lies in a dangerous
slate at the home of his friend, Kirt
Horn. It is thought he will not recover.
With a decreased population. Cairo
east upwards ol one hundred and thirty
more votes in 1870 than in 172. Here Is
a subject for investigation. Let the mat
ter be looked Into.
For Mnle or Lease. I lie Arlington
This well known and popular hotel Is
now ollcrcd for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire ou the
premises. Thus, B. Elms,
The Funeral of tacorge Winter.
The funeral of Mr. George Winter,
who died on Friday, took place yester
day morning. The remains were fol
lowed to their last reeling place by a
large number of friends and acqaalu
t ineet of the deceased.
To Complete the Sew L.ese.
We understand City Clerk Steward
has been Instructed to adyertlse for bids
tor completing the new levee. This la a
step in the right direction, and il is to be
hoped the work will lie done speedily
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for tho Blllftin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is mad-. on a written order signed
by the'presidctit or .secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bl llktln Co.
Fire at Tbeoea.
Messrs. Kerr Bros. & Co.'s handle fac
tory at Thebes, was destroyed by lire on
Thursday night, 9th inst. The loss was
$2,500, with no insurance. This is the
second time this firm has been burned
out withiu the last two years. They
seem to be unfortunate.
Sheritl Irvin Is prepariug to turn his
office over to his successor, Mr. Saup.
Y'esterdny the sheriff's office was thor
oughly scrubbed, and given a gen
eral cleaning out. When Saup enters
the offi'.M' it will be as clean and fresh as
a new pin.
Alexander county gives MXty-one
Democratic majority. This is by one
hundred too small. At least one hun
dred illegal votes were cast in Cairo and
the greater portion of this number in
North Cairo precinct. We hope the Dem
ocratic Central committee will give this
matter a thorough sifting.
The v Incline
The Illinois Central railroad company's
temporary Incline, now in course ot
construction on the Kentucky shore, Just
opposite the foot of Tenth gtreet, will be
completed alieut Wednesday. The
permanent new incline, which will lx
commenced within a few days, we are
told, will le one of the finest when fin
ished n the United States.
Kip Tan Winkle.
To those who would witness the liiie-t
display of stage talent ever seen in
Cairo, wo say, go and see Robert Me-
Wadelu Kip Van Winkle. Mr. .M.v
Wade's version ol this world famous
play Is equal to that of Joe .Tcfleruon, in
Jefferson's palmiest days, and no lady or
gentleman should fall to see It. Tickets
arc now for sale at Hartman's.
A (fraud Holiday Parly.
riic young men who gave the party
at tlte St. Charles on Friday night are so
much elated over the succe of the affair
that they now talk ot a grand holiday
ball and supper. The party ot Friday
was certainly the most enjoyable oue
that has taken place in Cairo for years,
aud should the holiday celebration be
given, it will be made grand. A meet
ing of tbe young men will be held
shortly to decide the question.
The outrageous frauds perpetrated at
tho polls lit this city on Tuesday contin
ue to create much talk ol an mvestiga
tion, as It has come clearly to light that to
the illegal votes cast the near defeat of tho
Hon. Win. Hartzcll must be attributed.
There is no doubt in the minds of the
Republicans of this city, as well as the
Democrats, tbat a great deal of rascality
was indulged in by several nt the lead
ing Radical politicians of this city, aud
tho Democrats have determined to muke
them sutler tor their crimes.
Owing to ttioncedot my personel at
tention to our country business, I have
secured Mr. M.J. Howley aa city agent,
who will continue the bus-ines In the sale
of the Howo sewing machines, silk,
needles, oils, threads and attachments. 1
would &ok that he may rceeivo a liberal
share ol patronage.
D. F. BfcXNfcr, Sup'g. Ag't.
The undersigned has accepted the
agency of the Howe Sewing Machine
company, in connection with bis real es
tate busiuess, and has taken rooms on
Commercial avenue, below Tenth ktrect,
adjoining the City Gun Store. The pat
rouage of our citizens is respectfully so
licited. M.J. IIowlkt. Agent.
Loral i'gmph H
c George Winter was burled vrirday..
;Wr on lb rive? fiife this city
progresses httorabty --
There will tog regular meeting ot the
city council on Tuesday evening.
Secure your seats for Robert McWade
"Hip Van Winkle'' early, or you won't
Bob McWade i as good a Kip as .fefl
eron. We want all our irli nds to see
him nt the Athtneum next Thursday
Ware, Senator, and Irvin and Albright,
Democrats, and Woodward, Republican,
will represent this district in Ihe legisla
ture this winter.
Alexander county I undoubtedly a
Iemceratic county, and with anything
like united action the party could con
trol the affairs of the county.
This is weather that can knock the
persimmons ofl any other weather f
any other place In the world, not except
ing Italy. It Is old glory itself.1
The many friends of the Rr. Dr. r.
II. Foole in this city will be pleased to
learn that he will preach in the Preshy
ferlau church this morning ami evening.
Fred Koehlerhas two of the finest buf
faloes ever seen, and he wants the people
to improve St. Mary's Park, so that he
can denote thcintn Ihe zoological depart
ment. T he investigation of the election frauds
of the Radicals iu this city will create n
devil ol a luss In certain quarters. Look
out for the lightning, and mark where it
Col. Wm. Scott, the colored Matman,
swore iu a host of voters iu the lower
precinct, and Capt. Ntllis homewherc iu
the neighborhood of teventy-tlvc colored
friends at the court bouse poll.-.
The police courts have been almost
dead for the past few days. The inter
est felt la tho election kept people from
even getting drunk, and plain drunks
are about the only crimes perpetrated in
this city now-a-days.
A number of the high officials of the
Illinois Central railroad, including Mr.
C. Clark, tho general manager, were
In the city yesterday, looking alter the
new inellue to be built by that road at
AJexnnder county Is Democratic ou a
fair vote about two hundred and lilty ma
jority. . The next time wc will have a
straight ticket and a lair fight. In the
canvass two years hence Saup will run
as a straight Icmocrat.
The telegraph office has been the lonl
lnr place of the lemocrati! patriots of
the citv for the past lew days. Kent has
been gratified by their company, but will
be pleased to let them go w hen the thing
is bettled. He likes them, but not so
Let it be remembered that on next
Thursday night, tbe parlor concert ot
the Church of the Redeemer will take
place at the house of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Galigher. It will be interesting,
and will draw a large number of people
to witness it.
T he patriot McKcaig stood ou his bald
head when the news of Tilden's election
was received at Cairo, lie then sprang
to his patriotic feet, and taking a negro
aside, shook bauds with him, and said :
"Goodbye; I go but 1 return." He then
vanished Into thin air, and has not been
Hydrophobia is declared by moct com
petent medical authorities to be a disease
of the Imagination. There are of course
such maladies, but they are few in num
ber. Dirt is a source of myraids of dis
eases, and these at last have found their
master In B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap.
The news of the defeat ot Mr. Hart
zell by the brave soldier boy, Ben,
Wiley, wa not as certain as It might be,
created new hope iu the minds ol the
Democrats of the city yetrday. The
race turns out to be very close, w ith the
chances In favor of Mr. Hartzell. nad
the election in this city been a fair one,
Mr. Hartzell would have ben elected
Col. Shaver, that good young soul, de
nounces Mr. Thomas W. Ilalliday, as a
pestiferous seeker alter office, and declares
with the voice ol a lion, that Tom's pres
ent objective point is the Cairo postolllee,
Ilalliday never held an office in his life,
except the office of alderman, and he is
not now an applicant for tho postofflce In
this city. He proposes to go to China as
our minister, and is anxious to take Sha
ver atom; and drop him on the way.
The associated press dispatch from this
city in reterenco to the Vicker's regro
killlug alliir says that Vickers, the white
man, aud Lewis, the negro, were both
Keutuckiaus, and quarrelled aboul
national politics. This Is untrue, and by
the time it gets to New Y'ork it will have
been exaggerated into a Democratic uc
gro-kllling outrage. The quarrel was
about mouey and both the men were
We have not had the opportunity to
say it before, that Mr. John Holmes, 000
ot the special United States deputies,
wou golden opinions from Democrats as
well aa Republicans ou election-day.
His bearing wa modesty ; and he pre.
vented rnauy difficulties by prompt ac
tion. Ho was impartial aud vigilant iu
the discbarge ol his disagreeable duties.
Under Tildeu,vwe want no uat&halb at
tlte polla ; but U wo must havo fliesa, we
hope we may get as honet and fair men
o. Uaythora, having just returned
from New Y'ork, their house will opou
complete stock of new goods, consisting
of boots and shoes of every style and
quality known to the trade ; also ladles'
kid gloves ol full variety In all colors
from 50 to 65 cents per pair. A job lot
of alpacas at 50 cents a yard, equal to
auy 70 cent goods now in the market.
Ladies aud ch ldren's hoe at 10, 25 and
35 cents per pair very cheap; also
blankets, flannels, prints aud all kinds ol
household goods, cheaper than the cheap
est. A complete stock of boys' hats and
caps; hats 60 cents, caps 50 cent will
cost you $1 elsewhere. , Laboring tnen
aad all persona wlio una economy nn o'j
Jcct, are luvited to examine this new and
complete stock cgoUf,'lIUtHaibt'r. ft
Hay thorn A Co.'s Is the place to go. 3l
in ettlatt" Demanded.
; fH!iiKittl getieiijy ire. nf the opinion
that the lute election In this county should
be. investigated, it Is undoubtedly true
that many illegal vote were cast in North
Cairo precinct, thoe bel posted chimin
that the number of fraudulent votes will
hot fall short nf one hundred. We ven
ture the assertion that there is not to-day
within ono hundred as many voters in
Cairo at there was In 1S72, and yet about
130 more votes were polled last Tuesday
than at the presidential election in 172'
The question Is whore did they com
from? An investigation of this matter
should he eutered upon at once, amine
hope and expect tbe countv Iemicrat!e
central commlttco will loe no time in giv
ing the matter their attention. I.tt m
have an Investigation.
Mr. Robi.it McWade iiiade. his first ap
pearance at I ho Park Theater, Brooklyn,
on Monday evening in a version of "Rip
an W inkle," written by himself. The
cosy little theater was crowded in every
part by a critical audience, who were fa
vorably impressed with tho new comer,
and rewarded his efforts iu the. dvllneu
tiou ot the difficult character of the
worthless and drunken Rip with frequent
applaue. Mr. McWade. ' version differs
hi very many rcepvcl Irom that of Mr.
Joseph Jefferson, Ms rival, and adheres
more to the original story of Washing
ton Irving. Mr. McWade s dialect is
good, and his delineation of the character
was In strict accordance with the Idi nl
Rip, ns portrayed hv the great author.
A. r. Ihrahh
There will be the usual seivkv- nt
Christian church to-night at 7 p.m.
are Invited to attend.
At the Methodist church, corner of
E'ghtb and Walnut streets, the re w ill be
the usual services this morning and even
ing, conJucted by the Rev. Mr. Gilliam.
All are Invited to attend.
There will be the regular Sunday ser
vices at the church ot the Redeemer,
Fourteenth street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut street, this morning
and evening. Rev. Charles A. Gilbert,
rector. An invitation is txtendtd to hII
to attend. I
The Rev. IS. Y. George has exchanged
pulpits wilh the Rev. C. II. l'oote, of
Evansvllle, for to-day. Mr. Foote, who
was formerly pastor ol the Presbyterian
church here, will therefore preach In that
church this morning and evening. Ail
are cordiallv invited.
Robert McWade, who is billed lor R'p
Van Winkle, at the Athencuui, ou
Thursday, 10th inst., has become famous
as a delineator of that character. Jt Per
son acknowledged that McWade was
the only actor w ho assumed the charac
ter that did not imitate him. It Is a m
perb piece of actlua.the awakening scene
being pronounced by critics far superior
to tbat of Jefferson. McWade, besides
being a lin'itUcd actor, is a gentleman of
fine literary ability, aud is the author of
the play he presents, and one other
drama that he originally appeared in
when he commenced his career as a star
actor. At the breaking out of the war
he was oue of the editors of the liuffilo
Critic, and associated with the brilliant
and lamented genius, Henry Faxon,
brother of Lcn. Faxon, of the Paducah
yews. He quit the editorial chair tor the
tented field, and on the so'l of Virginia
won the red patch of honor in General
Biruey's brigade. North, East. West
and South he is recognized as an actor of
sterling worth, and will meet with the
success he deserves.
Becoud Fall Block of Piece Uuuilt.
John Antrim, the leading merchant
tailor ol Cairo, received on yesterday
three caes of woolens, comprising all
the latest novelties in worsted and cassi
mcro suiting.?, nobby pantaloon goods,
vest patterns, and assorted overcoats ;
also an elegant lino ot ot maltesc nioliair,
Imperial caslmere, galon nouvcante, and
other bindings. Now, gentlemen. If you
will bet, you must pay, and I will make
the burdi a light for you if you give me
your orders large sales and small profits
being the motto. My cutter, Mr. H. X.
Wclton, is first-class, and with him and
our journeymen tailor, working thir
teen hours a day, suits can be made up
at short notice. Call, examine goo Jo and
jrices, and be satisfied that tho above
means buiue.-s. A fit warranted or no
sale. tt , Jons Amrim.
Mr. J. C. Clark, general manager of
tho Illinois Central railroad, was at the
St. Charles yesterday. ,
Jowett Wilcox and family will leave
Cairo for their new homo in Chicago, to
day. Jewctt Is thoroughly vuscd iu the
hotel business, and will no doubt make
the Tremont the popular hotel of Chicago.
Col. 1. M Price, LS. A., was a guect
at the St. Charles, yesterday.
John G. Mann, aseUUoi superintend
ent of the Mississippi Ccntnl railroad,
is at the St. Chiiles.
Mrs, L. If. Clark and daughter, wife
and daughter ol L. II. Clark, of Chicago.
tbe chief engineer of tho Illinois Ceutral
raHroad.wcrc amot.g the guest at the St.
.1. L Buckner and wife, of Taducah,
were registered at the St. t'hailes yester
day. George Wheelis, ot Xcw Orleani, pri
vate secretary o Gen. E. D. Frost, super
intendent of the MUslsilppl Central rail
road, was at the St. Charles yesterday.
John M. Davlo, ol Chicago, wan among
tbe prominent arrival at the St4Cl)ii lu
yesterday. : V
A bite from a rattles uuko 1 aomeUmus
not more dangerous than a severe cough
or cold., Awdl-merlttd reputation lias
Dr. Bull'i Cough fcyrup, and thla rem
tAj Ii fold by all UruffgitU. Prioe, 25
. .Insl Received.
N ow I Urn",
" H. Bartm.
New B. W. Flo'ir,
T.nrd in buckets.
Ilommy and Grit.
Full line o -Jtiipie iin.l l':i..v t.r.ior
Ie3, Canned G 01 ids, l ie.,
Which we oib r t the tr.idc nt U-tk.m
"g'ircs. Nr.w YmtK Sroi:K.
War Dar-Mt-MCKT. Hitkh ftiiv.r, 1
Not. II lrV. i
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11 I 1 0 1
Jii-l-.w iiijjii miter uf Is; 1.
.? AMK WA1 RON,
arrant. Sii-nsl r ii-.-. J s. A ,
Steamer .!.nui I'iik, Paducah.
' IVjtona, barges', Louisville.
" ity ol" Chester, Mciuplii-.
" Kate Kinney, barge, st. Loni.
' Golden Rule, New il un.
Lilly, Ohio river.
' Mlewild, EvaurvIJle.
Steamer James l"I.-k, Paducah.
Peytona, barge, New trltans.
City oi Chester, St. Louis.
" Kate Kinney, barge, X. ().
" Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
There is no let up yet to the (h-cfion
Tho weather continues lovely.
Captain Ben Howard of the Miewild
made the hearts ot the Democrats ol this
city gUd yesterday, with the news that
Pope county gave the Democracy a ma
jority which securrcd the election of Mr.
The Pi j U'Ua and barge added four
hundred tons here.
The Idlcwil I had a very light trip
The City o! Chester discharged hero
one hundred and lilty bales of cotton.
The Kate Kinney and barges had a!l
they wanted, nnd refu.-cd Irt-lght here.
The United States light house temie. .
Lily parsed down yesterday.
The Golden Rule, with u barge in tow
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Thursday, November 16
IttU'iiviifl Attne'tion ! The tinineiit Actur
Rip Van Winkle
FULL DRA3IATIC COMPANY
Ailriiiesiun i 7"
hest rvei . seats 1 .
M now on islcst Ilnrtmnn'i.
Wiikhra, fiiria Itobcrts, of the C'uunly if
Alexander ml Stnte ol' lllinoU, by her ceil am
trust itneil, ir sale mongaee, ilnly rxe;utt, ae
knowltsljTl and delivcivii, bcarini; date ihc lath
day of Aiitrust, A. l., 1n'1, on4 rconll in tli
llcconler'a ollice ft Alexander county, iu the
Slute of IlllnoiB, In liook . of sale nlOrtra.r at
pane 3-0, did niiivcy unto Oi'seiiun. i.rwnley an
tiustie, all tile fuliowinp iK-acribul in'iniis,
siiiimi-1 in tl county of Alexander and Mine ol'
Illinois. t'-wit : J lic nouihwi'st lrai'tional ai't
el' section twenty-live (J.'O , trtwnshi suclilis-n
(Kj. runirciwn (i) west I alo the milhrie-t irac
iminl part ofBcetiim lenly-six in tuwn-
fchip aetcutceii (17), in raii(e two ('.') ttct, to
cure the puvinent oi a pniinissory note j'or the
sum of one hundred and buij -eij;lit ilnllurK, v
ei'iitcd by the said Maria Itul'ciis, anil payahle 10
the order of ihe md Omenta eiretnley uud
w-livrca, it i provided in ami y suid ttust
ileeil, that in case of default in the paj nicnt of
the said proiniMiii y note, or any part thereof,
ae-eurding tu the tenor and 'flirt cf nid liute,
then, on applieatlou of the legal holder of baid
note, it choii d and liiiKlit be lawful fur the iiu
dernig.ied iimeiuui (jreenley to bi ll and dinimte
of thcoaid preiiu'a,uiidall the rUht, title, ls.n
eflt, and cinit v of reileuiplicn of said Muria
Kobert. or her heirn uu.laii;us tUertin, ut )mb
lie miction, ai the Wkst iWr of the court house,
in the city of Cairo, in the county of Alexandet
and State of Illinois, fur the iuu'irst and b-bt
price the Mine will bruitf i.i caati afit r bavicg
ailvcrtised rtu h tale thirty dayn in any new spu
tter at that time puhlishtil iu the said city of
Cairo, aud to nmUe, execute, and telit r to the
purchaser or purchaser ut such aulu. (focd and
sulhcieut dewl or deeds i.f coukeyuuee lor the
prvnilbea sold, and out of the proceeds oftuch
tale lo pay all coii aud exueusea Incurred Iu ad
vertiriuar and selling said premice. Iu ludinjf
attorney' ties, also the priueipal and iutcie.t
ou Mtia note ; and, whereas, drunk has Ntn
uude in Ihe payment of the taid nine, principal
aud interest; now, therefore, public uotioe u
hereby K'Vtr, that in p ir-iiuuce of said sale
mort(at!e, and by virtu of tf o pnwer and au
thority to ma granted in aud by the same, nnd
by virtue of the ttatut of tbe state, I, the under
signed, will on Friday, the 17th day ct Xov , A.
I.. 1076, at 3 o'clock, p.m., at west door of the
couix bou.e, in the city of Cairo, sell anddibpo.-
oi lha premise aboe aud in laid trust inon
gagedeul detcrilM'i. and all tbernht, title, tun
tut and equity of redemption of the said Maria
Hubert, her heirs or assigus therein, at public
auction, for the higbeat aud beat piice thetauie
will btmf in oah.
LINEGAB A LANSUJtNTAtt'l lor Mortgueje.
Oct. IT. UTfl.-'O.t
- .1 ortsttr kill.
Whereat, Kmlly Holmes ol the Citv of Cairo,
counly of Alexauder, and Slate of Illinois, by
lierceVtaiu uiorltije deed, duly exeeuted, ac
knowledged and delivered, liearinx date tl
neientb day of October, A. 1., ls,.l, and i
corded iu the recorder' ortlee nr aid county of
Alexander, la volume (book) '.," on pira lei,
did convey unto ihe uiiitcritfcd. his heir and
igua mortgee, the folio inp described
property, kituale iu the City of Cairo, counly
of Alexander, and Muto of llhuois. to-wit;
Lot numberid tw-uly-tlv (:) in block num
beied tli'tv-one ( I), in the City of Cairn afjie
aid, hii'h uid niortan wanvletu seeuieihe
payment of one cerlaiu prouiiuory iote of Iu
aid l.mily Holmes, lieariiin even iate wnli -id
luoilaaue, for the sum o Ave liundre.1 dollar
pavableiu two year alter date, to the order
ol 'the undersigned, with interest at Uie rule ol
ten per ceul. per aouum, until paid: Aud
Whereat default ba beu made iu Ida pay
meat of aaid sole, and iuteruat. Suw thcrei.ne
public notice U hereby given laat the ruth
day of November A V. IsW, at eleven 0'olo. k
nt, at tb went door of the euurt boue, iu tbe
City of Cair, nuuuiy ul AiuJiaader,
and ftate. or lltlnolt, I shall sill at
poi'lie 4l -!) lh hlgheat bidder for
.U, lb aaid aiortaraaau nremi aud all
beuetlt of equity of redemption of Ihe said
Kiuily Holmes, tier hairs, executor, i.dmliita
Irator. or assigns tbereiu, pursuaal t lb pow
er sad pivikiei ia the said morlcag eu
tainad. Kjiar II. Ci;'
iam, 111., Oil. .t l. ls"i M.rtgse'
(Or If placed in U&e, cVar)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1375
V VHiY s,THVF. It
WliiTi'Vfr t . il or si.ll
iit U L SII S
Noa. 7, 08, SO, 47, 4S and 49
Aiv a Mnrvelnn Ceiiiliitintinn ' f
Aid nil itii- K-Tiifii,! Pi.iTit llt g., to Mie u;i
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Ecr Ollcrcd lo the Pnlillc.
Ia'lc Only by the
Excelsior ManiifacturinQ o.,
Ses. CW, nn. ct'i and (iU N. Mimu f
M. I.oiiia, Jin.
O. W. HENDERSON.
yM. R. SMITH
Physician Sc Surgeon.,
Oflli-p In Wuitrfu niork: r, n,r .C,.Vnitli ,n,l
Onmmctrinl Avium', (v me on .s.-wntli).
ItcnKh-nce i liirlieiith ntui L, west of V u- liir:,"i,n
1 hrcc thoniiind fro lnindnd and fil'tv dollar
Worth of ncn -paoer udvenibinL'. ut imlili.lirr.'
mtei t-iven for 7i). and a thn-e irunthn' ni.ie
c' i pled iu payment rioiii advertisers el respon-
imiii . . pi inii 'i ii ii, giving naiiie. eiiar-i ier,
ctiml ilailv and iii-eklv riri ul ,ii..i ami u-HihIiiIh
at" of a'lv rti.-inrf, M-ot tie to anv ndilret..
Apply t't ;vo 1'. Rnwell , I ii., Swpiiei-A.lverti-in;r
Anentu, 41 l iirl: Kuw, S. Y.
ARE PAID HS
daauled in line if Ouly, if by
r r i J n t or oiherwike. A
WOt'M) of any kind. th
loss of a t infrer or Tot or
the lo' of an lc.a lit I'
HE, if but slisht, giveia
pension. Disease of LnnKl
or YarlcoK Y eln give a
pension. ItOt'A T Y . If
(litcharoedfor wound, inj uric
cr rupture, you eel full boun
ty. C-Snd 2 atamps for
copy of Penion and bounty
Act'. Address all letters to
U. S. Claim Acent, Indianap
olis, Ind. rtn all letiers
untie P. O. tox O l.-
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Wi.ab.liiK ton ui ComoierclA
Ave&asa, adjolntng' HaJiny'a.
KJCfcl-t for sal the tic-it Beef, fork, Wulton
ul. Lamb, fauare, Ac. . and it lira
r-ad tt "rv lamiliea in an acnmitahle m- lar
UIXTII STHEET, Between oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Horto Shoe aaid
can Assure Qood Work.
, PATROWAQE SOLICITED
In the 1: itrii't Court of III L'lilted Sutea, for the
poutlie u l'itliii t of Illinois, In bankruptcy,
In i'.is luatlor of Mu'lioel lleilbrou ,1 I'.ernurd
M lii, biiukiiipn.
Notice is hereby given tint a petition ba been
tiled in satd -.! it bv (aid Michatl ilellbrun and
IW'ivsnl Weil of Cairo, in Hie coiiuo of Aies
aii'li i , in said district, dmy dis':.re,( lunkruprs
under Ihe fi vi cn.lc, ot M..eii ii d. I'Si?,
for a oi iliiiiaeund ceillllcuto thereof, fmiuall
tai'ii il b'i nnd Mihei claims I'rovaWe under -aid
a -t, nJ llial tlie i.lh day el ocluher, lsTS. al
eleven u'l'bx k a. in , is aftincl fur the hearing
ul Hie .nut- by the mid court, at 'he Cnitisl
Mates Court room ia ll.i" ciiy ( f Sprlnirilti'd,
when and where all cre.li.ir of v.;id b itkruilm
and till other per, u. iu iii'i'iet, may atu-u ! au 1
hew cause, 'I any (hey luxe, w In the player oj
faiil lietiliuiie eliuubi not be kiiii d
Okti. I". liui;.V, Clerk.
l.ini gur Jt l4tn.-daii, utioriii . fin pi i ii.im rs,
Ilauxl S,noKliiM 11 i sh in, A. It.
4aM Events ht tho National Capital
AND THE CAMPAIGN OF Its7t3x
Just (lie Imok lr the l,m, . ,ie s 1 le I hmliuy
of the National Capitaland lioteiHmeoi. l-ho
how tlie tfiivi ijiimul hn Ucu iiiaunn I lucaila
untnnimiii-n. J.plaiu liow b bs me put
thloliKh Oiittrcsa. liivm a lull history of Ike
Hlii-k 4n,iKiiid Hvlknap srnnrtl. ' It rtvas
tin-liveiief lUe, Wh.eier, iilihii and lira
drioka. t;rav rkaix tor AiMuit Mr.
8-l7-wir J.il cJIAMIlKU. M. JUK sfo
phdpit n ;ioo
Mad say day iu ht auj tVi'.'i. Inee ee,w.!iic
lu your mtuu. lu, or In s I Ol K I'ttl V
ILkciLS, has brought a tniall fortuae a ilw eaneUI
invesmr. We advix wbca sad koar tOi'kgAt.
'AFf LT. Book with fu'i iatiruMiioa ml'm
Ai4'coidaat i aud aad i i to
BAXTEB k. CO.,
Banker aa lirekar K ii-. T-