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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
- Alexander county lands, aim lots,
At Jmiijro lor t. Loiila Tfp rly.
A line n'Milnncc on corurr llalbrook
i n ju Mini Twcnty-thinl street, at it
I In; cutilli Imltot tlio "Pilot"' lnitte at
I Hl jf.lill.
N?v ral line room In Wltiti i' Mick.
Good two story lirkk suitable lor
urea and olrkcs on Commercial avr tiuf ,
t;t.ii Eleventh and Twelfth.
-trick dwelling corner Nlnrto ittlj
wd Poplar streets.
Saloon and fixture.., southWen corn
r Eighteenth street and Commercial
venue, at a bargain.
Dwelling house ou ros tdi-wt, wc
it Washington avenue.
Two business houfi'-- n Lvt.e street,
-(love Eighth, $ JO each
Store room on Commercial avenue,
-iext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two ttory house on Commercial av
. nut. Two tenements Miilible for b1io
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Up stairs ol ho'iv.on Commercial av
enue, near 10th street. Suitable for
J welling, (5. '
Tenements numliered , 9 and 10
Winter's How, 6 rooms each for $10
per month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
se. Kent low, to a good tenant.
ftore room, corner Twentieth and
Waebinfrton avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ol the tity.
FOP. LEASE OR SALE.
I.utnl, in tracts to suit, near C airo.
Pie tare Framing.
We have thU day sold to Mr. E. '
r'nr l tin; entire lot of moulding tools
tie. of the picture framing department
l tl.e Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this oniee. We be.'penk lor him the lib-
.-rdity t patronage that has been be
. slvej upon ui. His asHortmeiit ol
moulding is complete, pries beyond
competition and he gtiarentce ?atifac-
tion in all case,
e.'ulro. (t"t. 10, 157;.
tl Cairo RrLi.r.m Co.
Itmltn haluota-Uratad rree l.nnt h.
lafrktl, proprietor of the popular
"J'h:t!i;t aloon. corner ol Twellth street
aijd Washington avenue, excels fall
others in his line of business In his free
Inner . Every morning at ten o'odock.
Mr. .laTkel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon in the land. Hi
friends should make a note of this and
give him a call. iodlm
J. Itcurse MelMltouke.
n fc.'Khth fctre t, two doors lrom Aiex
and t.'oiinty IJank, is the place to get a
tashioaat'le hair cut or a smooth .havc
or anytitiV flee la the barber line. La
di's' and -iiil'ireii' hair tut or dre-ed.
it her at tirt t-hop or their homo.
IV r cmik.rtj klinvi" 11 neat mid f : 1 1
ortat.'liHircut. r rdrehing ehampoo,
go to Ed. Kraxton.at the planters' barber
parlor. Tiw lt f perfumeries and
luir tonicA ulways k-pt on hand. The
hath rwiti innectid with this csUblish
nteut in the nly oncifche city, and U
always kept in fUe neatest svrder, ready
lor the convenient til' customer. tl
ke SS a1rt-r
lia (In! largest and tioutit etocW ot l'oy'
and Vuuth' clothing that has ever been
lu Cairu. He can uit a claild from lour
up to an; aife, at prices to kuil the
M pieces (4 prints. lof pieces jeans,
"jOO pieces of muslin. New stylos and
Ki.t brands at the New York store. Full
inc. of dry goods. 1 1-2-ot
MrB. Daniel Lampert will continue the
barber business of her late huband, at
Mie old stand on Eighth street between
Wathington and Commercial. The shop
will bo under the supervision of John
Lampert who U a tir-t-class barber and
unites old und new customers to give
!,; u .uit n
A tirt-class runner is wauted at the
i It'll V MIIIIH t Mil 1 1 II I III1! I I .11 I' I V .
ut a Urst-clarS one need apply. tf
H auled 300 Men,
i'o chII at the corner ot Sixth street and
iliio levee. Ike Waldcr has a lanre
toek ol Overcoats and Men and Boys
nil. at prices to suit the times.
"Mothers t ail se urs hmlrh fur Iheir c-lnl.
na an't rest for theluaelves liy the ue of Can
'ra. a H'i'irJ KUbulituto for Cantor Oil, It it
iktiiittly fcariuk-sa. auil 1m aa iluant to lake
Iioikv. r"or uiul-Collic aour alomacb.
ornia ur conetiatioa, lor youn or old, thrre
...il.l.. i .vli..i..u 1!1M il It 1 i.-rliii i
M'.tll I ll f III v .inn ... ... .
nnl, it In l llinli.
, welliiiK, fipraius, atiff joint, burn
ilil. oiouou bltta. ant all f.enh, bone aul
ut-ele uilnienu. cu 1 abtolutt lv cured by tho
uiour immifui. it nat tiiu Hiuto Liaimrni
for tbu biiiuau Uiully the Ytlluvr Liiiiment
fur bviml ir!U(t uii'l luinv liortu andaul
lUtiN'a MaGNuiu Bum preserves
n retitoi-es the compiexloit ; removes
c.klcs, tan and sallowiiess ; makes the
in koit, white and delicate. Its appli
tion cannot bo detected.
Lyon Katiuikon makes lieautllul,
ossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
out or turning gtay. Jt has stood
e test of 40 years. Is charmingly per.
mad and has tio rival.
II A l t or ADYKRTISIffO. "
tJAU bill (ut a'lTtrtfainff, art due an4 pay
bl U AJAAJtcB
Transient' adrertlMufWill btlDTtl attb
fate, of II 00 pet square for Ui flrrt Insertion
ai jo ouli for (fb subeepieat on A liberal
discount will be made on staodlng end tljspl
fur Inserting Funeral tolUt ft Notice ui
meeting of soeielka ot iHt order rests fur
Cbhjrb, Society, tiTl nl flopiier notice
wilt only b Inserted sdverttsetntnts
'o adinrtlcemeot will be received at Iris tbao
V cents, and no advertisement will be Inserted,
for lew than tbree. dollars trr month
LOCAL BIS I .). NOTICES
Of ono square (H lines t-pace) or more, In
serted in tho Brums as follows : (Less
than ono squire couuted as a square.)
One Insertion per square
Two Insertlous per square
Three Insertions per square....
Six lusertlons per square
Two weeks per square
One month per square
.. 1 00
.. 1 75
.. 3 60
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
ASCALON LODGE, NO. M
KoifrMs of Pythias, nni ever Frl
dayntirlit at ball-puet trrn, in 'M'l
Ktllowe' llll Hue,,
ALRXANDtR LODGE, NO. K4.
. i . i . i . t i.t A r I
Jf lorn , mwts vrry Thurvlay oirtit
m)fc t haif-nuit fvn, in tbnr ball no
oiiiUi rcinl avrnuo, between ixth anrf Htentb
:rli N. A. DSToKi, N (i
"1IltO KNrjAMPMKNT. I. O. O. r..mwll
m o.J.l-. ow' Mall on tho flrnt aii'l Uiird
i I'tailajf in tvtry inoQtb, at balf-pwt Ken
A. 0ilu. C F
tAIKO LOIXiE. NO. 237, A. T. A. M.
li'iWI rriPilKr oftrumuniRatUiDR in M
JSoonic Hull, finur tirtii-r-.il avenu
' ' aii'l Ki(rlith nlM t, on tbe aecon'l and
Viurlh Mon Uv ofaJa month.
A MI SlEnt.NTN-
OlfC NIOHT ONLY,
Thursday, November 16
Itrnow )..) Atrwion I lite Kounent Artor
In Van Wii
FI LL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Aitnui m T
Itfwrve I eat m 1 'i
now on talr at H mman'n.
Ask Your Grocer For
TIM PDA V. NOVEMBER 1. W
Local Heaiber Keport.
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JAM tS WATCO.N,
Sju-vsnt, Hienal brrvice, I'. S. A.
Bill Heads and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Bum etix ofiice. tf
Maaiuea lloaie lor Kent.
The brick building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
cbleterui. Apply to B. F. Blaki . tf
A second hand Singer fctwing machine
or Kale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
I.ll- Uolil Wulrli.
For ule, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch ; retail price S75 00, w 111 be
sold lor $55 ; 00 has never been need.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Mlver Tea -!.
One Uogers. Smith A Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, 6 pieces, entirely uew,
retail price $00 00, can bo bought for
H5 00. Apply to E. A. Burnett.
The largest and finest Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can he found at Ike
Waldcr', corner ol Sixth aud Ohio
Levee. Q'-W ni .
We will pay no hills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for tho Bvi.leiis
by any ol the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thepresidi'iit or secretary of the com
pany. ( 'AIRO Bl LLETIX Co.
For SiHie mi Auellon Valuable Heal
The property known as the MeKeuzic
residence, nituated on lots 33 and 31, and
13 and 10, block 53, hi the city ol Cairo,
fronting 50 feet eu Filth street and 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. L.
Davis, w ill bo sold at public auction on
Saturday, November 18th, 1S7C, at ten
o'clock a.m., on tho 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 lust., by appli
cation to Samuel P. heeler, wheic ab
stract ot titl may !o seen. Terms ot
sale $1X00, cash lu hand; balance on one
years time with six per cent Interest.
Dctered payment secured . by deed f
trit on i ' widsen.
Winter A HriwakT,
I totjatt Ctirt. :5 J')
Tb) Norembf r terra of tho Alexander
county rourt, Judgo Hross presiding,
will begin next Monday rooming.
Chiel ol I'olico Gossman Los made up
his ralud to rid the city ol vagrant... 11$
bas made u goctd bearlnnlng prrvpfv-cS
to keep It up.
Tho excitement In this city over the
political situation In Louisiana bis uot
abated, and tho result Inrftiyl Ibr w ItL
In trnm Interest, u t i Oi
The members of tho Sweepers Club and
all other Democrats are requested to
meet at the Argm-Jonmal offW this even
ing at ?oven o'clock sharp. ' ;
Capt. W. M, Williams, b'jines5 mana
ger of the Ara-Jourruif, we regret to
learn, is confined to his bed by a severe
attack o! chills and ftver.
Cairo. Noveuiiir 1.!, 175.
I hereby notify everybody not to let
mv wile, Eliza Throckmorton, have any
thing In my name, a 1 will not pay uch.
II H-3t Cius. THKrrKKRr.
The funeral ol Mrs. Piigo, who died in
this city on Tuesday, took place yestcr
day atternoon, and was uttevded by
many friends of the family.
Kip Vnn Wlakle. ,
1 ho Atheneuni Till be crowded to
night. The beet teats wen: all taken
three days ago, and tardy people arc now
glad to secure a wat in any part ot the
bouse. Standing room will bo the licxt
thing called for.
A practical book-keeper and account
ant desires to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or writing ol
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings it necessary. Address
W. F. P.. P. t . box 501, Cairo IllinoK
The steamer Henry Veager, which was
due at this port yesterday ufternoon, ran
hard aground opposite where the gov
ernment boats are at work In the Missis
sippi. The lerry-boat Tlm-e States took
a barge to her for a lighter, and It Is
hoped she will come oft all right.
To merchants and manufacturers. A
practical book-keeper, whose evening,
are unoccupied, wculd take charge of a
et of books at a moderate salary. Pres
ent position a guarantee of efficiency
and responsibility. Address, lor an In
terview. Accountant, this offlno. H-3r.
tine More Clone.
Tentiic Harris, the woman who ac
cused Mary Valentine, Belle Brown and
Hattie Lewis ol beating her, was up be
fore Squire Comings yesterday morning
charged with using obscene language
and aaaultin and striking Belle Brown.
Tennie came to this city from Paducah
on Monday, 'justto have a little fun,"
and 'Squire Coinings, not wishing her to
come back again, fined her fifty dollars
and costs, and gave her twelve hours to
gi t out of town. She promued to leave
and wns di-charged.
'Where is the bar'-"' aekcl a dirty
looking stranger of the bell-boy at the
Planter house this morning. "What
kind of a bar?" asked the latter. '-Why
a saloon bar, of course ; what do you
suppose I mean V" "Well,"' replied the
boy, scrutinizing the inquirer closely, "I
didn't know but you might mean a bar
ot soap 'Gold Soap,'" and he went to
the w indow to again foast his eyes on tho
cabalistic letters that are displayed on
every cart, wagon and street car in the
city to-day. '-Gold.'
Brackets, brackets I Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, Just opened.
Designsentirely new from 25c. up. Ladies
toilet brackets, hut racks, paper and card
receivers, slipper cases, match 6a!es, etc.
Ku.-tle frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up in four different
styles. Beautilul heavy moulding Iratues.
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautilul photograph frames, ova'
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite city shoe store,
Mrs. Svauder'6 0ld store. Agents wanted.
Robert McWade closed on the 27th one
of the most brilliant one-week seasons
ever played In this city, aud lu the fac ol
extraordinary cold weather. This has al
ways been a very strong Jcfl'ersonlan
cltv, but at present public opinion is
fairly divided as to who is tho better Rip
Van Winkle McWade or Jefferson. The
attendance was unusually large through
out the week, ami to say that each night
every available seat was occupied gives
no iJ'a ol the immense crowd in attend
ance. Tho play differs materially from
that of BoucicaulU aud may bo consid
ered belter. Of Xu Wade's acting there
it not the sllgheet room for complaint,
lie thoroughly Identities himself with the
character from first to last, and Is all
ttmt could bo required. A'. ". Mrr,-vry.
The "Iron Trail."
A spicy sketch, descriptive ol a trip
over the Atchinson, Topeka und Santa
Fe railroad, tho beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of tho Rocky Mountalus,
by "Xyui Crinkle," tho musical and
dramatic critic ol tho New York HW,
sent-free on application, together with
tho San iluau Guide, maps nud tiniy ta
bles ol this new and popular route trout
Kansas City aud Atchinson to Puohjo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona aud the San Juan Mines.
The finest lincol Pullman sleepers on tho
continent between tin liad r't r w4
the Rockv Mountains without "chan?.
wpeclal round trip tourists' tickets Iroin
the Missouri river to Duver at $G0, food
to stop off at all point. Address,
T. J. Axri:RsoN,Gcn. Pass. Ag't.,
-I I1. JL 114-
EsenU thit will Take Place In l alro
IlurliiK the Seat .loath.
Tht ladies of tho Methodist cliureli
give another of tbeir enjoyable sn,-a-hles
within the next two weeks.
The event that Is looked forward to
with the greatest interest and antic! pa
tion, is tlio appearance of Robert
ilc'4d, sviiivh takes place tl the Athe
tmm to-tight Xcvfaie? if one ot tho
it actors on the American stage,
and in the play of Rip Van Winkle has
but one tqual. McWade Is supported
by one of th ruojt powerful companies
In - the country, : wi ". Is receiving
flattering success. He will stay but one
night in our city, and every admirer ot
true ability should go and see him.
The Taylor Liitutry club, which or
ganisation ii.in. loll, bloom again, Ins
been solicited to favor the people of
Cairo with another of Its novel and
amuf ing entertainments. This club has
been awarded the honor ol giving the
best performances that havti ever been
given by home people, and should they
conclude to comply with the request,
they will not fall hort of tbejr former
Bianoaru oi cxoeiicnis .j ;
After, Robert McWade. iu Rip Van
Winkle, comes the Madame RenU lemale
minstrel troupe, which company will ap
pear at the Atheneum on the nljfht of
the S3 d ot this mouth. This troupe, we
are Informed by the agent, lias been en
tirely re-orgnlzed since their last enter
tainment in this city, and is now better
than ever before, offering a performance
far mperior to that given by any other
similar organization in this country.
The rehearsal of "Mother Goose," at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Galigher
last evening, proved the fact that all the
ladies and gentlemen who will take part
in the concert are thoroughly enlightened
as to their various characters, and that
the affair will be a grand success. It Is
a well known fact that the residence of
Mr, and Mrs. Gulljher Is the most costly
and superb mansion In Southern Illi
nois, and the taste displayed by them in
arranging for this event Is of the
highest order. In the spacious and ele
gant parlor they have erected a neat and
roomy stage, with foot'Jehta and scenery
suitable lor each act of the play. The
work was done under tho superinten
dence of Mr. Frank Galigher, who lor a
young man is noted for his
mechanical genius, and who ha3 doubly
proven his tact and good judgment by
this effort. The liberal expenditure of
money and labor by Mr. and Mrs. Gali
gher for this occasion i evidence of the
Interest they feel in the Episcopal
church, and is most commendable.
Among those w ho will take part in the
concert ire tho following : Mrs. W. r.
nalllday, W. II. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. II
II. Candee, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Gilbert,
Mrs. William Winter, Miss Annie Pitcher,
Mr3. Saunders, Mies Katie Alvord, iliss
Lyrtia Pitcher, Mr. Frank Galigher,
John Aifthorpe and others. The affair
will take place during tho early part of
next week, and to those who would see
a grand entertainment, we say go.
The members of tho Young Ladies So
dality ot the Lorretta academy of this city
are making extensive preparations for a
grand musical entertainment, to be given
at the atheneum some time next month.
The young ladies of the city are whis
pering to each other about a leap year
party. Whether they will conclude to
give it remains to be seen.
The women's club, we are in
formed, propose giving a grand calico
leap year party. It w ill take place some
time during the holidays.
Rip Van Winkle To-Mabt.
Before Jefferson's day, Rip Van Wiu
klc.wkh his Dutch accent and debauched
habits, was rendered by actors of ability.
They, one by one, passed luto the actor's
oblivion, or crossed over the river to at
tend the final rehearsal ot Immortal parts,
when Jefferson quadrllled into their the
atrical Dutch slippers, and with his ex
pressive eyes and peculiar style 6truck
gold and silver in quantities sufficient to
buy an orange grove iu the section of our
country where Democratic ballots are iu
danger of losing their power, and won a
tneatrical distinction second to none.
Imitators rose up like mushrooms, fret
ted and bored people, and finally retired
to respectable aud suitable positions.
When Jefferson was In the zenith of
his 6uccc6s, Robert McWade, then a
young aud popular comedian, conceived
the idea ot making his debut as a star iu
Rip Van Winkle. He studied the legend,
as written by Washington Irving, the
Addison of America, wrote a new Rip
Vun Winkle, made his appearance In it,
and was pronounced successful and ang
inal; and to-day he is, by many critics in
the North end East, called the peer ol
The pathos of the scene where he is
driven out into the storm that is raging
over the village of Falling Water, and In
the mountains, cannot be surpassed ; and
iu the soena where he awakes from his
tweuty years' sleep among the gnomes
aud solitude of tho weird Kaatsklll, his
acting Is startling! natural and fin
ishedrobbing tho play lor the time of
its fictitious character and clothing it
For years we have watched McWade'
career, and knew that ho would attain
the high position ho now occupies. Hi
unflagging eucrgy, love of profession, ami
fine literary attainments, made his rUc to
histrionic success spoedy and complete.
Few actors aro ntoro versatile than
Robert Mc Wadti. Fresh from comic field,
he J presents tho humorous side of Rip in
a grotesque way, blending it with pathos
In delightful harmony.
Tho story of Rij Van Winkle Li full ol
lUryigtvanir io i(f 4-tit,1 $ H was one
ot the Dutch colonists of New
Vork, and had a remarkably . ap.
pctltu ' for i string Brink3. 7M romantic
portion of tho story Is wlu.ru
Rip Is represented as having met a
strange roan with a keg of liquor, in a
mia of the Kiatsklll mountains, and as
having obligingly assisted hlni to carry
the load to a wild retreat among the
rocks, whore he found a company of odd
looking personages playing at nine-pins,
with the gravest of faces, and In tho mot
mysterious silence. Ills awe and appre
hension haying by degrees subsided,
he ventured whcji no tyo was fixed on
him, to steal n tasto of the be?nigc
which he had helped the strange man
bring along. Ue repcatad tho draught
so often that at length his senses were
overpowered, and he fell into a deep
sleep, which, 6trange to say, lasted for
twenty years, though they seemed to
him but a, one night. Meanwhile re
markable events had taken place; bis
w ife had died, his daughter waa married,
his former cronies were dead, or scat
tered, or much the worse for the wear
and tear of time, and more than all, there
had heen a war of revolution, the colo
nies had thrown off the yoke of the
mother country, and were known as
the United States ot America.
Do not fall to witness this beautiful
play to-night at the Atheneum.
A Card to the Pnhllr.
On the 15th tint., the undersigned will
assume the general management of the
"palatial'1 Trtmotit House in Chicago,
where he hopes to meet all of his old
patrons, friends, acquaintances, and the
travelling public generally. L-peelally
will he be pleased to meet all who may
visit Chicago from Cairo, to whom he
will extend a cordial welcome. Wc have
leased the St. Charles f or a term of years
to E. R. F.gnew, Eq., ol Cincinnati,
who took possession on the lt day ol
November. Mr. Egnew Is a gentleman
ol large hotel txpei it tice. vWiich he will
at once put in active operation at the St.
Charles. The building will aiiin-fiiately
undergo a complete an J iIutoujjIi reno
vation, 'flu; bed-rooms will !u refurn
ished with new and ukhI. ru furniture,
and the entire house greatly improved in
ail its oppomtments. The hotel will
conliuuo to be kept iu lir.-t-elass style,
and second to none outside the city of
Chicago. We trut Mr. Egncw in mak
ing these extensive repairs will secure
the hearty co-operation of the merchants
and citizens of Cairo, and a3 faros possi
ble their patronage so that the St.
Charles may In the luture, as In the past,
be a source ol pride aud credit to the
city of Cairo. Respectfully,
11-11-Ct Jewett Witxox.
Mr. Abe Leavctt, the advance agent for
Madam Rentz's Female Minstrels, was In
the city yesterday making preparations
for the appearancs of his troupe
In this city on tho night of the 22d.
The company will come from Jackson,
Tenn., to this city ly special train.
The Rev. Cha. A. Gilbert, who has
been In lll-hcalth lor many months,
was confined to his bed on Monday by a
severe attack of rheumatism. He Is Im
proving. Mrs. Dean, wile of Mr. Dean, clerk at
the St. Charles hotel, loft this city by the
steamer Belle ol Memphis for C'ai Gi
rardeau yesterday, where she will visit
Among the prominent arrivals at
the it. Charles yesterday we find the
names of the following geutkuitu : S.
C. Raymond, Chicago; J. F. Grctnough
and A. Randolph, Boston; David B.
Wood, Elliottsvillc, Lud.; N. M. Uri and
John W. Atkins, raducah; Orange Wil
liams, cw York; Isaac N. Coffee, Phil
adelphia. T. C. Easton aud wife, of Chicago,
were araoug the guests at the St. Charles
Dr. S. T. Kimball, of Fuirburg, Illi
nois was registered at the St. Charles
Locals in Brief.
This ts confounded uncomfortable
McWado as Rip to-night, will bo a
great treat. See him by all hicans.
.The government Is doing good work
rapidly opposite powder house ridge.
There is au umbrella In our office
anxious to bo claimed by somebody. A
forgetful gentleman, whose name we do
not know, left it behind him the other da y
The great American poet, Col. J. C.
McDonald, ot ludiaua, lrc-sh from the
victory In Indima, passed through the
city yesterday en route lor New Orleans.
He la anxious to see the count.
Diogenes lived In a tub. and took pride
iu being dirt. Uad he lived in these
days, the majrlo ease and pleasure ol be
ing clean would have overcomo all his
cynical notions, forhe could not have
resisted B. T. Babbitt's be.t 6oap. The
old tihilosnnhrr woulJ then nave o'en
an excellent example of a well-scrtibbt-d
hide and clean '-blied" slilrta.
ror Stale or l.-ie. I be Arlluaton
Tills well known nml popular boK'l Is
now ollered for sale or least', oil easy
termii. For parllctilars inquire 011 the
premUes. i'uns. It. Elus,
10-20-tf, ' IV.'iirUtor.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betva WMlUt a4 PaMl
TEEPS Ux m tb feMt Bi?f, fork, WuMob
1 ' . I
Ask Your Grocer For
Wah PfcrAicvsmr, i:d itii-ni.'i
.Toy. IV lrl ! (
-lro 11 l -
rti rebuilt ... t , ;v
mncininitl.o 1'.' 1 A
lotiif iliv S ' t x
Sal)IUe I .
St. Ltm .' i
"'.vanxvtlle 7 i
Memphis J i ! .
Vlrk.-t.nr 11 I
"few Orlrune 1 n ' II I
IM.iW hli:tvat.r of 1VI
JAMES WA1 :(IV,
S'.atiier James fisk, Paducah.
. P. Huntington, Mound City
Belle of Memphis. Mcmphif.
City of Chester. Sr. Lvui.
Steamer James Fiik, Paducah.
" C. P. Huntingtou.jSouth.
Belle of Memphis. St. Lou!.-.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
The fete. Genevieve for Memphis avl
Vkksburg will be at the what f to-day.
Captain Malt William-,' dugout Jatnes
Fi-k will leave lor Padurah e.t live o'clock.
The licit i f Meuiphi pa-rd up yestt r
day morning, putting oil hue 5'i bales i f
The City of t he-ter prtscd down inr
Memphis and Vlck.-hurji wi'h a lairtiip,
and making IK'ht nd!i:iou-, ).. rr.
The C. P. Huntington. Conk' circus
boat, j d down tin: rlv. r -' r y.
The PuducHli X .( :,ys : M. J. 1".
Newriau. i.'ot on i.'ie J:iu !':!, i i -doul'tetily
one of the ui .-t observing and
enutiou pilots on tin- river. Hi; has !fn
pilot on tln Pi-k for a number el years,
und has never been tn ti.rtnr.nto (iiottgh
to ground her. Rett nth" the channel at
the "Clialiih" has hern curtiug out
t to place our Lett pi
lots nt fault; but Mr. Newman ha-,
watched lh-! changes in the channel so
pursistcutly that he knows every cro"!v
and turn ol it. He? took the J. II. Hanna
over safely yesterday ; to-day he will
take the Charles Morgan over, and to
morrow ho will put the new Coahama
safely beyond that rock-bound channel.
Boats in need of hh services can at any
time secuiti them by hailing the Fit-k
when under wny, or by making applica
tion on board said boat at Cairo or Padu
cah. We commend him to the steamboat
lraternity a? a careful nnj experienced
V. Itt-rca, Tmliy Ho'mes r.f the tltr or Cairo,
eonnty of Alexaudrr, nrnl State of fl'iuoN, liy
hercerlam mnrigaKC ileeil, duly executed, ar
knowleUtfeif en l deliveml, bearinn dutc the
eventh "lay Of October. A. f)., l-7.i, aa'l n
ronlwi in the rwonier ' oflice of cuiil conntv of
Aiexaniler, in rolnme (hook) ou pajre'lsi,
di'l roavcy vnl.j ihe luiiternlffnefl his heirs Hint
asaifrrnas mortitcee, tne- Iwlunvin Uc-crilxl
property, Bitnatc in the tity of eairo. county
of Alexander, an f state of 111 lnoiu, to-wu;
Lot ntimlxTid twbty-five in block nuni
)ortJ llfty-one (M) , ih ihe ity of l air. afure
aiJ, which nuiil mortpaKe was hui'letosrctirtMhe
payment of one certain promissory note of the
bdM i-UDily Holme bcunntf cven'Hie villi sui'l
mortejs'e, fur the uiu ol lire liundreii d jllurs
payable in two years eittrr :!, to iik- orler
ot "the uuiU'rsifrne't, with intonbt af the rule ol
ten tier cent, per annum, until pabl And
Whereas 'lelunlt lias Ut'n tuude In the pay
ment of ouiJ noie, uiel lntercat. Noiv thcrelorc
pnlilii! notice Is hciijy given tiiut on Utu th
day of Nuvcniber A D, hi", at eleven o'clock
a.m., ut the vreit door of the Court houv, in the
e;ity of liiro, county of .vlexandei-.
ati'i eiuie. ci iiiiiioid, i than pell nul
ptitilio fale to the hitjheft Udder ful
can, llie sai.l mortg'iirctl pr. ir.i-ei una ml
tu n. lit of equity of redemption of the said
iui:y Holmes, her heir, executors, i.dminis
tratorf), or usoipns therein, pursuant to the pow ers
and provisions tn the sa'd mortace con
tained. It Btttr II. tc.vsi ('.ham.
Cairo. I!l.. Oct. 2d Is'i. l irtif:n,-ee-
Jlorl KHec' NHlc.
U'hemiab, Muria lioberti, of the County of
Alexander ml Muteof Illinois by lit r i.eitaln
trust deed, or gale mortgage, iluly txecutcd, ao
knowled;ed and deliyeiea, bearitiK dale the 1-tu
day of AuffUbt, A. 1 , leM, and recorded iu fie
Itecorder's ollii-e of Alexander cimaly, iu the
bttiie of Illinois, in book Z of sal moi tg.ies al
pape 3J, did convey unlo irseinu oreeulty as
trustee, all tae followiujf described preiuisvii,
situated In the county of Alexander and hutte of
Illinois to wit: Tne aouibweat fractional part
of section tweuty-Be (Ji), township seventeen
(IT) raneiwo U) west ; also llie aoutheast 1'rac
lonal part of Section iweoly-six In lonn-
ship seventeen (17), in rane two (J) ueit, to se
cure the payment of a promissory note for the
sum of onenundred aid eily-tght dollars, ex
ecuted by Ihe said Maria Hobcl U anit payable IO
the order of the said Urseuiaa (..retnley j and
whereax. it is provided in and by Mild t.ust
deed, that in case of default in the payment of
the said promissory note, or any part tneieuf,
accordion It the tenor and efl.-ct tf said note,
then, ou application of Ihelefnd holder of suid
uote. it shou d and miht be lawful for the un
dersig .ed tirsemas Oieenley to sell ai.d disiioce
of the said premises, und all the right, title, Len
ellt, and eqnit of re'leiiiptn.n ot said Miria
Hoberts. or her heirs ami assigns therein at pub
lic auction at tne west door of the c urt hou-r,
iu the city of Cairo, in the county of Alexjndi
and Mule of Illinois, for ihe hn'ieft and b st
price the fame will briuir in cash af.er having
advertised MH'b we thirty days in any newspa
per at that tune published tn the said city of
Cairo aud lo make, execute, and ilehvr to the
j)urchaer or purch tera at sueli euie. po'd and
butllcieul deid or deeils of conveyance fur tile
premises sold, and out of the proceeds of such
tale to pay all costs aud expenses Incurred iu i1
TcrtisiiiK and gelling said premi-es In ludii.
attoruev 's Ires, also the priucii'iil and in'rie-t
on said ncte ; und wheieui, (lef.ult tins Ineti
Ml i 'e ill ine p lynienl of the kiiid noie, pimcipa
ami Interest j i.ow, therefore, pnbl o not lee l
hereby sivci , ttint i:i p r uauce ' f stid v o
nn.ru itt an 1 by vir u of I e i-iwrr i:n.i uu-
. f hurl! I' Id !: L'Vl'ntl'l 111 '! ll ll- Ilil' n
th'.rii v lo ine L'l ante I in i by the s u..1, ul. I
by vniueot the .tutute ...ithe njt,., 1 tiei
sialic I wi I on Kridiy the 17
h rtity of Nov .
I) , i.h at xoviock, ri mi.
wet do'T f
court h"uw. in the ei! of v' o 11 anJi.i.' r
oi ine prein.se nmve ani in si t tin nvrt
f tfil-i d deicritjed. and all tlier edit, title. In'ti
ei.t in I isptitv of redemp:ion of ihe Hid Mur.u
l uki U, kr heir or awmit therein, nt public,
uu -null, fir Ine hitiejt and bct price the i-.i.c
will biiug in CHlll.
U It -1. M S G n V. i; I K V , M irt puree.
I. IV KG Vlt . .AiUtA. AH'ylor .Mi-vti,a'ee.
in. 17, i;n.-j"d
t.t 1 1 4itl - if.-tr til
i'. t. . .. it ; (. .'..i.
(J I..H U'flii..i klK II)
C urth;p, Hwt.?.', t -t
t.i U J( i-vt .ft.itir.t oi
'klnl of TVvritff, 'th hundrij of tulusthV rv;v!
tuhjia ifrv.Tntjt pramiri't it n. ritjt.tfjfir ua
tun utlcur. Tn-vcri i I iteu, t'-C'y exr-laimrz th r
cauti i. vmi)torit nl mir to cu ; r. i th only rraliV
Driintitle ort oft h kind rvor pib.ihr J. ttttl U t'uiif
lu vvrry rp t fci' nt trtxrt.f TftitNl on rtv'pf o( $0 ct.
AdHrM, r C- A HotMM Aft, 'ni J Jlft f.tt
bi- sWt.4. Ua. st.ub.ituMHiiki iti
An C!ttamty4 Wn r
OfUWMXUsTsi TftlrUS, It bUMA
ruJyJLh.r OO UlM Mitatlla1
Cit., 11- utvouvtnc
tctTtil Ltyy iu Ua uisvrriesi rcltUiua. MU abtl
iuiJiii miiX itiMi.ai rt4 ft i -a pnMrv it i s
niacin liil.trtntviiuat. Mfairli no orv cn aUtord Ui h wah
out i ua how i pratyv U hMiia, i4 roiupWiioo. a
five to tkJi charka Um iratona ol foutit ui twat q4
vulr tnt Mvritic Guide In vonti. Pnc Mmuh
Isjrll&iL Ik ftuthor my m mdiuImI nanwuftlir rttf
liiaii wo ftnr of theiiihjet.u bHratiuucti In hii wurkhUiars
Ui. A. U. OlaaUT. lit v .uhai4ttv& au Clika LL
11 th Mew
4ak Event at tba Kationsvl Caplt,!
ANDTHK CAKPAION 0
Just llie book lor the nines. One a lull ainlory
of the Nutioual Cupitalaud Govarnmeat. Iguti,
I .w the govartgrirut baa bn tuaaafesi tiaorlai
orxsnlisiion. t.j)lius liow tol. ate put
tliroush ouuftvi. dive a lull history of the
Whisky fraud anil UWknap Mandal. Jt ariTea
the lives of lisfes, MUeelur, liiileo aud Ilea
Unuin clianoe lor Aienia. Adaress.
J.U tUAifCttii, 6U Lou!a,Ui.
(05TICS CS rAHLC2) -
(Until yon havt ton and tried Cur r,t)
H EADx LIGHT
(AS WS GUARANTEE' F2S IT)
CaStf teissaa ci M a G!-
( TinM:;; IrJi wia alr2 ::z's . I a,)
(GimTf A VERY STHf)r.
AD l.MFOKM HC1T.)
Anil t'.e fontrncttonof tlr Stove is oslr-n!c tri!
theuits which ar i xnosoi to nt ne h.-.ite ni
t n ea!Jysjii qi.lrklv M'plai'ed at 'luall co-t i y
tlletl.ot )n-xp. riene'd t'T' n. We oiq iu.rv
f.'rc ror(l't.nt that the HKAIM IGIt X la
(L'ueriuaJcd iu too t, tclal poiuts ol
(Great Hoatinp; Capacity,)
(Economy In Price.)
Tor Price Lttfs address
612. 614, 615 & 613 II. Maia SlTt?f.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON,
j-3-wed Asnt "ii .1 W
Physician &, Surgeon,
OftVc In Winter's r.loi k. enrnrr S eonth au.l
Commercinl Avenue, (entrance on eventhi.
Ursuicnce J hirlcentu street, west of U'ttshiu'ton
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlud.-snle aaJ Itctail Dealers iu
Vt BJ.5aM or ALT. ICiri-2),S,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MEV. PMVTII 4 CO. Uvr -onstitntly
a !ij-i.-e a'.n k ot the be tfotHl in ine iiu,i--k-t,
ar.d River p. cial uiuutioa to the buleiM.le
ranch ot toe busim-iii
PAIXT A MX) I IS.
c'ain ts, Oils, Varnishes,
rt'all Paper, Wiadow 0:333, Wla-
Alwajj on hand, the ci iebr;. d lHuiulrmtaitf
1'. I. Iiui.Iii l' liilt'-r ine of I run
b'i l evel I e. ii U' owa to (nil in lh rlire of
we i k ii , iitti Lilfd e iiii sv m . Louis: mc!; .-
i nt eM'ttinti i-s it in i. 'Tj , tl.:l-
eUll V o! oi i. .ilMii.'. LCi.e. u e iUiii horror
Ol di -e. ik, ti.' i ,Ut '.. ii.t.iii'. ilt eud
tul ti'ii u 1 i f d: :.' Ii, iiilit 6 a e:it, cu! i let t,
weukhrt-, ttlmii, i-s ot ii.u), lmi:iiiir, tiiii
VetM.l i.t i Ii lit- ot :iie uivoii-l' t' 111,
etioiltHKls iiptie i:.. tvit'i J 'ili,! mi.
totui-, Ii lull ll iut'if ol Ills Inly, dry
Hi o!" tli-.- k"ii. 'Viol ciititiU'ti.t Crf iid
eruption-i t. 1 ii e, iui it) in.-il.e l l nul,
p iiti In t!: ! i I-:, !. .tviuon of' the ev!iU,
frciieei.t. !i..ut j.o.1, tliltiif btffuie the eyej
wiiu U iip fury mliion ami los e.f "ltfht,
atit 1 n'ten-i ru. f. . I r., m yuipt iliis
.".!i fri'i i'i in eu i. .i s-. !T)iltr i:iedv
tiiut, li e I.. I' Kiiukii'- liitter Wli.e of
lc i'i. U il. ier t il-i. T!iou.iu J. we to'
ei.oyni' health who have U.-eil it. l'aki
culy'h. k' KuiikcrM.
I'eiv.ir'i of enun-crfi It Mid It-o imita
tion). As K inkefi btite v'iuo of I'oa is
so well kiio.xn ail over tlie country, druj
tin tu: Urs ui-tV e u imitutiou aud try
I j eel1 it on lo i tie r ciix'i'iiit r, wlicu they
cad (or Kuukel's titter Wine ot Iron,
Kuiiku 's liit'er M ine of Iron i put up
only iu tfl bottles, and, Uti- u yellow wrapper
nicely put oa llie ou l''u uuu Urn pro
prietor'a ptiotorapU eu t!i wrapper of
euoll lol i. Aiways lonk fir ttia piiotu
erupt! on llie outciJ t, mhI 'u will always
be uru to Kt the utuuine. tJite tJollar per
bottle, or six for ?X i-olJ by ttrufjisn and
ALL U'OltMS KEMOYtD ALIVE. .
K. F. Ktinktl' Worm Syrup never fvla
to des'roy Tin t-eat aud tuiuach Wwrtua.
Dr. Kuaael, the or.H tutvexdul pliystciaa
who rcuiovts lUpo Worm ia two tour
alive, Willi Uusit. aud tio tea uuttl leiaovrd,
Couuuoa fuise tosdiis Uiut ii IsWsirui
be if moved, all other wort-.is can be readily
doitroyed. iiend lor eireuiar to lr. Ki.u
kcl, N'. i'J) North Nloih street, fbiladw
pbia, l'a., or call on your tJruw't and ak
for a bottu of Kunkel't ota r-jrur-.
1'rlce, tl.W. It never falls.