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J. O. LYNCH'S
ileal Estate Column
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.o'lmntff fr Ht. Lotii irnTty.
i 01: walk.
A fun' ri'lilrticfon cortnr llnlbrooU
ti H' himI Twenty-tliirl lrcrt, nt ft
it t ;;iii.
Tin' wmtli liall (il'tlic 'I'ilot" Iioum at
Ncvrrnl lint room, in Winter' block.
-Cowl two etory brick mitable for
.nrr nnil oilier on Commercial avenue ,
M-lwrcii Klr-venth mid Twelfth.
-Brick dwelling corner Ninetef-ntii
.Saloon and fixture, onutliwct-t enrn
r Kiglitmith street find Commercial
iv. line, nt a bargain.
I 'welling house on t'ros street, we
rt Washington avenue.
Two biiineslioum! n liCVe street,
above Higlitli, $ X) each
Store room on Coiniiien l:il avenue,
next to Wavtrly hotel, 10.
Two story house on C'oinnierclal av
tnuc. Two tnneiuriit tiil.ibW; for shops
Store room, corner Twentieth nnd
I'll Mairs cf house on Coniinerciul av
enue, near lOiti ftreet. Suit.iMc for
J welling, $3.
Tenement numbered 'j and 10
Winter' How, 5 room each for f 10
lr month. In flrst-claM order.
Orphan Asylum building and jiremi
. iient low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various part ot the city.
FOK LEASE OK SALE.
LamU, In tracts to ult, near Cairo.
We have this day sold to Mr. K. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., hhould be wiit to him or left at
this oflkr. We besieak lor hini the lib
erality ot patronage that lia.s been be
stowed upon u. His as-ortiuent ol
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and he gtiarentees satirfac
tion In all cases.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 1?TL
t( 'iiho HuLi.iLriv Co.
Ttiitlia Raloou-lirand frfe I.unrb,
lacckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ol Twt-lltti street
and Washington avenue, excels sdl
other in his line of bulnes in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'ocloek.
lr. Jaeekel cpreadsalunch which would
do honor to any saloon in the land. His
friends should make a note of this and
giye him a call. 20-dl ru
J. brume Mflnbouor.
on Eighth street, two doors trom Alex
ander ounty Bunk, is the place to get a
fashionable hair rut or a smooth shave.
or anything else In the barber line. La
die' and children' hair cut or dreed.
either at the shop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fah
inablehairrtit, or refreshing c liampoo,
gi to Ed. Braxton, at the planters barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
huir tonics ahvuys kept on hand. The
tath room ronneeted with this establish
ment is tho only one in the city, and is
:dw.i kept in the neatest order, ready
lor t tie convenience !' customers. tt
ha the largest and finest stock ol Boys'
und Youths' clothing that has ever been
in Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any njre, at price to ult the
"iOO pieces ol prints, K0 pieces jan,
tM pieces of inuilin. New styles and
U-at brands at the New York store. Full
inc of dry goods. ll-2-.1t
Mrs. Daniel Lampcrt will continue the
barber business of her late huhand, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the tiervision of John
Lampcrt who W a lirst-elais barber and
invites old and new customers to give
him a call.
A first-class runner is wanted
relta lions;. Coll immediately,
but a first-class one need apply.
Wanted 500 Jlfu,
To call nt the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
stock ot Overcoats and .Men and Boy
suits at prices to suit the times.
Mothers run secure health for their chil
dieu and ret for themselves 17 me use; of Caa-
loiu. a perfect aubstitute for Cuator Oil. It U
a'.Mieliitely harmleMt. and is as ideusant to take
as honey. Kor Wind-Colllc sour ktoiuarb,
worms ar eonatipatiou, tor young or old, there
la notbiuj inexiatence like it. It I certain, it
a aeedy. It IS rlieap.
Caked Breasts, Ulmmutibui, acia-
via, twelliugs, sprains, .tilt joints, burn
m alda, poiaouoiu bilts. and all Uvab, bone aud
uuacle ailruenta, van be absolutely cured by tlio
Ciutuur liuimeot. What the White Liniment
U lor the human family the Yellow l.iuimunt
is for spavined, led ai d lame hones and anl
IUgan's Magnolia Balm preserves
and restores the complexion ; removei
freckles, tan and tallowness ; wakes the
skin solt, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathaibo.n makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents ita fall
ing out or turning giay. It has stood
ihe test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
lunud and lias no rival.
RATE or ADYKRriMINf'.
I fAll bills fur .lveHlin, are due ami pay
lil- m AivKia
Transient e4eitlin; will I Inserted at the
rate of 11 W per eviuare forth Unit insertion
and 5" Matt fur eae.h subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on f tninling" anililisj.l
for inaertine; Fuaeral tintirc II co Notice of
meeting ofeocletiea or etcret order io crate for
Church, Bocivty, Kestlvsl sa1 Siii)cr notices
will only be IntvrM a xlvertisemrnU
.V'o advertisement will be recelvel at Iras than
M cents, and no auvertisemrnt will 1 luwrti-l
fr less than three dollars !er month
local m io.s !oTiri.
Of one square (S lines space) or more, in
serted In the BfiXKiix as follows : (lss
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square
Two insertions per square
Three insertions per square...
Six insertions per square
Two weeks per square
One month per square
... 1 00
... 1 75
... 2 CO
... 3 50
Special rates made on larg advertise
ments or for longer time,
ASCALOT LObUE, NO. M.
A Kniffhls of Pythias, nie.-t every Kri
v niKht at tiaii-poni ven, in wi-
AI.KXA.VDKU LOIJtiK, NO VIA.
lnil,rf.n.Utit 4 inU't nf Mil-VfU
jtS lows, inerta every Thtirwlay niht
fmnXr'" ut liiilf-i kft wveu. In their hall on
Joii.lii. Ii il uveiiue, belvrwn sixth nnO Seventh
.r.vu . A. tJtrunc, N U
"1.lkO KMJAMPMKNT, I. O. O. r.,ne.'
in Odd-Fellowa' Hall on the n rut and third
l tieaduy in uiry mouth, at half-jxiat seven
A . Corn', C I
CAIKoI.OI,K. NO.ttT.A.r. A A. M.
Hold n ruUvr noiumunications in Jla-
.ini- Hall, corner Commercial avenue
mi l KiKhth Unit, on Ua aecond and
'otirth Monday of ea:h month.
FIIIOA Y, XOVEMBEU 17. WO.
IOral Heather Keporl.
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fiencuant, SiKlial bervioe. I. S.A.
Bill Head i and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Bi m.ltix ollice. tf
Mnalneaa lloaae for Kent.
The brick building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able terms. Apply to B. F. Blkk. tf
l or Susie,
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or aale cheap. Apply at Stewart &
Winter auction room.
Ividiea (iold WaU h.
For sale, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch; retail price $7o 00, will be
sold lor $.V ; 00 has never been tied.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Stilt rr Tea Stet.
One Kogers, Smith A Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, 0 pieces, eutirelj- new,
retail price $00 00, tan be bought for
i' 0. Apply toE. A.Burnett.
A I Wnlder'a,
The largest and finest Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
Walder's, corner ol Sixth and Ohio
We v. ili pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bt lli.tix
by any ot the employe, unless the pur
chase Is made on a written order signed
by the'pre-ident or secretary of the com
pany. Caiko Bili ktinCo.
nt Auction aluaMe Kesl-
The property known as the MeKcnzie
residence, situated on lots 3,'t and 31, and
15 and 10, block 53, in the city of Cairo,
fronting 50 feet en Filth street and 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by P. L.
Oavi, will be sold at public auction on
Saturday, November lth, WC, at ten
o'clock a.m., on the premises. This I
one of the most desirable retences in
the city commodious, in gml repair,
supplied with gas. and title perfect.
This projerty may be purchased at
private sale prior to ISth inst., by appli
cation to Samuel I. Wheeler, where ab
stract ot titlw may be seen. Terms of
sale $1,500, cash in hand; balance on one
years time with six per cent interest.
Detered payment secured by deed .f
trot on premises.
Win l kk & Stew ak i,
A C ard lo lb Public.
On the 15th inst., the undersigned w ill
assume the general management of the
"palatial'' Tremont House In Chicago,
w here he hoies 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 he
will extend a cordial welcome. We have
leased the St. Charles for a term of years
to E. 1L Egucw, Esq., ot Cincinnati,
who took possession on tho 1st day ot
November. Mr. Eguew Is a gentleman
ot large hotel experience, w hich he will
at once put in active operation at the St.
Charles. Tho building w ill immediately
undergo a complete and thorough reno
vation. The bed-rooms will bu refurn
lahed with new and tuoderu furniture,
and the entire house greatly improved in
all its oppoiutmcnts. The hotel will
coutinuo to be kept In tlrst-class style,
and second to none outside the city of
Chicago. We trust Mr. Egnew iu mak
ing these extensive repairs will Hectare
the heurty co-operation of lhj merchants
aud citizcus of Cairo, and as far as posst
bio their patronage so that tho St.
Charles may in the future, as hi th past.
be a source ot pride aud credit to the
city of Cairo. Kespoctfully,
U-ll-Ct Jewett Wilcox,
for Mai or ffco Arlington
This well known and popular hotel is
now ottered for sale or lease, ou tasy
terms. I' " particulars inquire oo the
preml!-. Tnos, B. Ellis,
Tfther Ann ion.
There will be no aulion nh nt Tabrr's
to-night. The sale will bo resumed to
morrow (Saturday) night.
Caiiio, November LI, Ii7il.
I hereby notify everybody not to let
tnv wife, Eliza Throckmorton, have any
thing in my name, as I will not pay Mich.
1 M l-3t C.'ii is. Throckmorton.
The l.erture Tn-Mgltt.
Let everybody turn out and hear t ol.
II. Lottner's lecture on the Future of tho
Mississippi Valley to-night, at the Athe
netim. The subject is one of great inter
est to every person in Cairo, and w ill be
treated In an able mnnncr.
Deputy Sherifl John Sheehau is ngiiu
out with his mule team and wagon seiz
ing goods lor delinquent personal taxes.
John says It's d d tip hill business, but
Ham Is about to step down an 1 out an 1
people must come to timr.
To merchants and manufacturers. A
practical book-keeper. whoc t veilings
are unoccupied, wculd take charge of a
set of books at a moderate salary. Pres
ent position a guarantee of efllciency
and responsibility. Address, for an in
terview. Accountant, thi j office. 1 l-.1t.
Rip Vnn Winkle.
There w as an immense audience at the
Athencum last nljrht to see Robert
Me Wade and his excellent troupe In the
great play ot Kip Van Winkle. The per
formance from beginning to end was one
of great merit and interest, and was duly
appreciated by our people.
Do not forget that Col. tl. Lottner w ill
deliver his lecture ou direct trade be
tween Europe and the Mississippi Valley
to-night, (Friday 17th intt.) at the Athe
ncum at S o'clock punctually. Doors
open at quarter pas,t seven.
Mr. Geo. D. McClure, traveler for J.
C Ayer &, Co., w as a w eluonii uitor at
the BttLtitN oflice yesterday Mr. Me
dure Ls an obliging, clever gentleman,
of a kind that always
among newspaper men.
long aud not f.til to call
once a year.
May he live
on us at least
Capt. Heese Dugan is hard at work
with the Eckert blowmg out Jackson
rock at the Grand Chain, and before a
great while he hopes to have th'.s danger
ous obstruction to navigation entirely de
stroyed. Already many large piece? of
this rock have bexn blown out, a couple
of which now adorns the office of llalli
day and Phillips' wharf-boat.
Mother Goose Operatta.
On Tuesday evening, Nov. 21st, at 8
o'clock p.m., will be presented at the
residence of Cha. Galigher, Esq., tor
the benefit ot the Church of the Re
deemer, the comic operatta ot Mother
Goose, to which tfie public generally
are cordially invited. The Utile folks es
pecially, who are supposed to be better
acquainted with Mother Goose than their
ciders, will enjoy making the tx-rsonal
acquaintance of their lalthful friend.
Come one, come all, w ithout lurtherin
vitation. Admission 25 cents.
Brackets, brackets ! all immediately at
Variety Bracket House, just opened
I esigns entirely new from 25c. tin. Ladies
toilet brackets, hat racks, paper and card
receiver5, slipper cases, match sates, etc
Hustle frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up in four diflercnt
stj les. Beautiful heavy moulding frames
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautiful photograph frames, oval
racks, etc., nil at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite city shoe store,
M rs. Swandcr's old store. Agents wanted.
The "Iron Trnll "
A spicy sketch, descriptive ol a trip
over the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa
e railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountalus,
by "Nym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
the San Juan Guile, maps and time ta
bles ol this new and popular route lrom
Kansas City and Atchinson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines.
The finest iineof Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the Missouri rlyer and
the Kocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets from
the Missouri river to Denver at $.50, good
to stop off at all points. Address,
T. J. A.'Di:usox,Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
llitdMiii Keuta Minalrel.
Au exchange in speaking of this
troupe says :
"The performance at the opera house
last eveuing was witnessed by an audi
ence that tilled every Inch of epace in our
beautiful temple of amusement. The
performance was entirely different from
any other that has taken place there, and
in that respect had the advantage ot all
others. There was a freshness, piquancy,
and variety in the whole atlair that made
It relishablc and pleasing, whilo the vo
cal nod instrumental music was capital.
While it seems almost unust to allude
to any particular artiste iu the group, we
cannot forbear mentioning the 'end men'
Messrs. Phillips and Koach whoso
clean-cut witticisms would have made
old centennial himself acho witli laugh
ter ; the dog 'Jack' plays a conspicuous
part, and was the most laughable negro
tketch we ever w itnessed.
"The 'Can Cau' stripped of all objec
tionable features, was presented with
consummate taste and skill. Whilo It
was spicy, there was nothing lewd or
vulgar in it. and the vast audience sig
nified their approval by manifestations
unmistakable. In a word, Madame
Itentz's female minstrels give a full bill,
and the performance is first-class. They
conduct themselves as ladies and gentle
men should, and have created such a
name in St. Joe as will always insure
them a hearty welcome." . 1
Iitde Bird' police court t ,n ns dry
ft punk yesterday.
Tho weather continues cloudy and cool,
nnd business is quiet.
The Alexander county bank Is putting
down a new sidewalk.
Sheriff Irvin U after the delinquent
personal tax-payers again.
Madamo Ilentz, with Imr troupe o fe
male minstrels, comes next.
Cnpt. John Poore Is rushing his houe
on Eleventh street np as rapidly as pos
sible. Dan Hartman'fl store isoucof the neat
est and most complete establishment, in
The city jailor was out with the chain
gang yesterday, ridding the street cross
ings ol the uuib.
Pecans and hickory nuts are coining
Into market by the waL'on load, and sell
ing for a mere song.
lack Breean, one of the employees on
the Mississippi Central railroad, had one
of his fingers cut oil yesterday evening.
This is splendid w eather for duck hunt
ing. The sportsmen of Cairo spend much
of their time about tho lakes opposite
the city, in Kentucky.
Nobody should go to church, or public
meeting, hacking away and disturbing
the preacher or orator with their cough.
Use Dr. Bull's cough syrup at once; It
only costs 25 cents a bottle.
There will bo another rehearsal of
"Mother Goose" at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. ( harks Galigher to-morrow
night, and an attendance ol Hioec inter
ested is earnestly requested.
Vickers Is (still in the county jail await
ing a preliminary examination, the
prosecution is ready for the hcariDg, but
there is something unsettled in the mat
ter ol the fee of the lawyers who arc to
defend the prisoner. .
We understand that several ol the most
prominent ladies and gentlemen in tills
city will be taken into the Church of the
Iledeemer one week from next Sunday.
The Kcv. McClaren, of Chicago, bishop
of the diocese of Illinois, will be here and
administer the rite ol confirmation.
Ou is Bum.
(Alia Guuu and Belle Hamilton are la
dies of color, who on Wednesday night
took into their capacious stomachs so
much com juice that thy become very
much beside themselves. They paraded
the streets, ready to bounce anybody or
anything that offered offence, and finally
they met Callie Craveur, also a colored
laJy, and after a tongue light, went to
hair pulling. The ire ot Celia aid Belle
was thoroughly aroused, and they never
let up on Callie until they had worn
themselves entirely out. Callie went be
fore 'Squire Comings and swore out a
warrant against her persecutors, and
placed it in the hands ot Deputy Sheriff
John Sheehau. That gentleman called
on Celia for the purpose of conducting
her to the tribunal of justice, but found
that alter she had got through belabor
ing Callie, she tell off the sidewalk and
broke her right leg. which compelled her
to take to her bed. Belle Hamilton was
also very much indisposed alter her task,
and could not accompany the officer, and
he concluded to postpone the trial until
both had been restored to health.
Cait.o, His., Nov. loth, l.s7C
'1 he weather In this section for the past
four days has been cold and cloudy. The
rivers are about on a stand, and trade
is moderately fair. The Mississippi Cen
tral incline opposite this city having been
repaired, freights are again going over
that road as heretofore. Business has
been very quiet in all its branches, and
until some settlement of political aflairs
in the south have been brought about, It
will remain so.
'1 he flour market is very quiet. There
has been a decline of twenty-five cents
per barrel on all grades, in New Orleans
Stocks In the hands ot merchants here are
good, with the exception of low grades
which are yet scarce. The demand for
the latter Is good. There would be a de
mand for grades at all kinds at a reduc
tion of twenty-five cents, but dealers are
unwilling to come dow n.
There is no change In the hay market
except that the receipts for the past fpur
days have been much more liberal as to
choice, and there is now fair stocks of this
grade. Common hay is plenty and dull
The demand for choice seems to have be
come less active also.
The supply of com is lijlit, while the
demand continues fair, lherc no
change lu prices. There has been an ac
tive demand for oats since our last re
port, aud the market has been almost cu
tirely cleaned out. The demand is yet
good and prices arc firm.
Meal and bran are quiet. The demand
at New Orleans, which caused the rise
there on meal, was otily temporary, and
It has agaiu fallen back to the old figures
Bran Is plenty and dull.
The market i overstocked with com
uiou butter for which there is no sale
Choice Is scarce and lu good demand. No
egs are coming iuto market, and there
Is an urgeut demand for them at 20 cents
The weather U cool, and poultry is iu
good demand. Old liens are worth $3
young chickens !2 2j. 1 urkeys arc
coming iu slowly, und bring from $ 0 to
$'X Live ducks are selling at $1 ufe2
dead, $1 75. (JiiaiU are in good demand
Choice apples iu largo sized barrels are
lu good demand. Common are very
Potatoes and onions are iileuty aud
dull at pi ices quoted below.
gtjrOur friends should bear iu mind
that the prices here given are only lor
sales from first bands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to churgu an advance over
Low grade are scarce aud in good de
mand. ( hoire and medium grades arc
in good supply and quiet. W e note the
following sale : 300 bbls. X X, $5 200
Ibis. X, $1 "."; rt(X) bbls. Various grade,
$3 60Q.7; 100 bbls. choice, $0 25; 2(10
bbls. various grades, $-l(S,C 50 ; inn bbls.
Various grades, $1 00&7 ; 725 bhR va
rious grades, city, floe 50.
Tin, market Is well stocked with all
grades of hay, and sales arc very quiet.
The follow ing Is the only sale noted : 1
car, choice timothy, $12 00.
The demand far white corn i fair. Tho
supply is moderate. We note the sile
of 150 sacks, white, sacks returned, 40c;
I car load In the ear, 4V; 175 sacks,
w hite, 47c.
( i.its are scarce, und there Is a good de
mand for all kinds. We note the follow
ing sales : 1 ear Southern Illinois, in
bulk. 2He; 1 ear Southern Illinois, in
Meal is again very qhiet. Country is
scarce and hell at $2 15(5;2 20; City 1
in good supply nnd offering at J2 25j
This market is well supplied and quiet.
Bran iu sacks is selling at $9 00. In
bulk, at $7 00. The only sale noted
was 3C0 sacks, 55&Wc
Choice butter is in good demand.
Common is plenty and dull. Sales noted
were 200 bbls. Southern Illinois, lS(5,20c;
100 bbls. Central Illinois, 20(220 ; 100
bbls. Northern, 23fc24c ; 10 packages
Southern Illinois. 15M,22c.
This market Is entirely bare, 20 cents is
being offered. No sales were reported.
Poultry is in limited supply aud good
demand. Old hens arc wanted at $3 00 ;
young chickens, $1 7552 25; turkeys,
$0 00(3 00 ; live ducks, $1 75 J2 00,
dead $1 75. There is also inquiry for
quails at $1 00 per dozen.
Choice apples In lull sized barrels are
in good demand. Common in small bar
rels are not wauted. W e note the sale of
20 bbls. Ben Davis, $1 75.
market is well supplied and
puiet. We note the sale of 10 bbls. peach
Onions are plenty und dull. The only
sale reported w as that ot 10 bbls. red on
We note the sale of 325 bbls, $1 ;t)y
HIDES AND FLTl.S.
SufcKr Pklts Green. 75c(S;l 25; tlrv;
40(ff0c; shearings. 10(7;20c.
rfRS-Heaver o. 1 W; .No. a
Jo : No. i $1 ; No. 3 $2: No. 4 $1.0.
Mink No. 1 1; No. 2 7jc; No. 3 50c;
Ao. 4 10c. Itaceoon o. 1 0c; ,n.
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10e. Skunk No,
I 85c No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 1 ; No. 2 75c ; No.
50o;red fox No. 1 SI; No. 2 75c.
Opossum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 8c, ; No. 3
arc.. Muskrat o. 120c; No. 2 loe; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10 ; No. 2 $7 No. 1
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; Ne. 2 ?l 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;
1'ralrie wolf No. l si 25 ; ao. a 50c,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c. Badger
W e quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon or
tra k,n mp ,. ; nut, $2 , delivered ear
load per tou, lump, J oO; nut, !jj
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 ; mil
sj y.i ; atautn or liarnsnurg coal or
track per load, lump, $27: nut, $10; de
livered per ton, $3 0 ; Pittsburg t r
car loans on tack". w per ton.
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Cairo . 11 lo - a
Pittaburg '! "' V 1
Cincinnati lu 1 11
Liuiaville... 0 t - "
Nashville 1 a
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Kvanarille - 7 I
Memphis - 1" I I
Vicnnbunr 1 4 X 1
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Ilelow lilgli water of 174 .
JAMES WAl EON,
Screeant, Signal service. U &. A.
titeauier James Fisk, Paducuh.
Katie I. Kouutz. rittbburjr.
" t'ona Millar, Cliiciniiatl.
" Ali'pp, Sr. T.ouu.
Urautl Tower, St. Louis.
" ( ity ot Ikleuu, Vk kslnir.
Steamer .laim-s Kisk, railuculi.
" Katie l Kountz, r?t. I.ouis.
4 Coua Millar, Mciuidils.
" Alice, South.
' 'Ity of Helena, St . Louis.
(Jrand Tower, Mr-wjiliits.
The City of Helena puton lot) Iwies of
cotton on tior way up. hlia arrived lit re
lute Wednesday nigtit.
The Grand Tower canto down from St.
LouU late Wednesday night, and niadu
additions here lor below.
The Katie P. Kountz was loaded Hat
with Pittobur!.' glassware and other
freight for St. Louis.
Tho James FUk had 11 lair trip from
Padticalt, and waited litre last niirht for
the MeWade troupe, whe-ui he took back
to that city.
The Cons. Millar l id a lair trip for
Memphis, and got a fair amount of
Tho wpather remain cool aud cloudy.
A practical book-keeper and account
aut desires to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or wi Itlnjr of
any kind at a uioJctaiu aalaiy. Would
devote evening. U ntccesary. Address
IV. F. P.. P. O. box 661, Cairo Illinois.
Bocrhaave, tho great DaUh physician,
summed up hi whole rxprtienec in one
line: "Keep the head cord, the tort
warm and throw physio to the dng,"
Had tho great soip manufacturer lived
then, the great doctor would have ndded,
"And be sure to tie plenty of B. T. Bab
bitt's best soap."
lly Virtue of n f tecnilon to rnetlirectcil I t ,r
clerk of the Circuit . ourt of Alexnmter County. in
tbe Slate of Illinois. In fnvorol' Immcl S, lvie,
mtuiini'trntor. de Imnn r.on of .Intnri J. Provo,
deceased, for Hie u-e ol Ivi M. liario, ami
Sifainu W illinin II. Sanlilky, I liave l-vir,l up
on the following it.?ml'il i'piiuriy, sltimte-l in
the city of t niro, ( ounty of Alexitnur. nl Stale
of mimm, to wit: lxl luiiubert-.l thirty (X) In
Ilioi-k numWid fort? -five (I .), as the pmjxrtT
(il the nt William II. Sandimky, which I r.hall
offer at public sale at the south-west ilnor of the
court house In the city et Cairo, In anl county,
on tliefcighth il:iy of I m tar, A. !., ls"rt, at
the hour of eleven o'clo s, rn . loreaihtu
ttfy anil eciiticn.
AI.KX. II. ll.- IS, Sheriff.
t niro, 111., Nov. I'., l-Ti). tl-t-l
Mnrtx age Nnle.
Wlifieiis, Kiuly Holme of the (itv of f airo,
county of Alexnn 'iT, mil Stnte of Illinois, l,y
her certain mortmain- ileel, ituly execuel, nr.
knowledge! and ili-livcrel, lieorinit lute the
cventh "lay of October. A. !.. Is7i. nnl re-
corilel in the recorder' oilice of sail county of
Alexander, In Volume (hook) ".," on paire Is I,
dil convey unto the imlcrsitrncj, hia lu-ii, mil
anpinsai mortgagee, the lollowniK utKcril!
tiroix-rty. iitu.ite in the City ot" t'uiro. eountv
of Alexnnler, mil Mntc of Illinoii, to.wif:
Ixt numbeixl twnlv-Kve If.) ir bloc num
bered fll'tv-one .',11 . in the Liiv of Cairo rn'orr-
aaid, which said inort vane vn mole to secure the
payment of one certain promissory note of the
auil Knuly lloliiK i,. IwurmiT even Unte w uli "nil
morhentfe', for the sum of live hunlrcl iloll.irs
payable in two year alter flat-, to tbe order
ot the unleraiirnel, Willi Interest nt the rate ol
ten per cent, per annum, uutil paid . And
W herea default hai been made in tbe pay
ment of xai'l note, and interest. Now ibcn lorc
public notice It hereby Riven tmil 'ol fiieisiti
iliiy of November A-X. I-7''', nt eleven o'clock
a.m. , at the w est door ot the court tioue, in I lie
City of Cairo, county ol Aiexiudir,
ami Stair, of Illi.ioin,' Miuil m at
public sale to tin hiirhest bidder for
cash, the said nioitir:ii'ed premises and all
benefit of touity ot tide motion of the said
bniilv Holme, her heir, executors, i.diiiiuls-
trator. or avians therein. iuruanl to the Dow-
era and pruyisiuua iu the mud moitiraire con
tained. KonKKrll. Lisniciiam.
Caibo. Ill .. Oct. iitld lsTii, .M irlifiinee-
WiiKHEAi. Maria lloliert. of the C'ouiitv of
Alexander and !tute of lllinoi. bv her certain
trust deed, or eale mortitatce, duly eveimted, ac
knowledKsl nd delivered, Ixai iiic date the Isth
lav or AuifUFt, A. I . lii'j. ann ru-orded iu the
Itecdnler'H ollice of Alexander county, iu the
State of Illinois, in !ook Z of sale morluaires at
page did convey unto Owmiis rwiilcy aa
tni.-tee, all tne loliowinjr descnlieil premioet,
pituaied iu the county of Alexander and Mate, of
Illinois to-wit : 1 he southwest fractional part
of eclion twenty-five (-'), township gevetitexx
(li). raiijtetwo (.') west ; aijo the southeast Irac-
lonal part of section twenty-nix (.'il, in town
ship seventeen (IT), in ramie two (J) et, to se
cure the payment of a promissory note for the
sum of one hundred and sivty-eizht dollars, ex
ecuted by the 9;iid Maria ltobcria. and payable to
the order 01 the sun ursemaa i.reenlev 1 ana
where-, it is provided in and by said trust
deed, tliat in c-e of def.inlt iu the payment of
ihe sail promissory noie, or any p;;rt ttiereoi.
according to the tenor ami enct ot suul note.
then, ou app icaiion or t lie lejml holder of said
note, it shou d and m'mlit 1 lawful for the un-
deraig.ied orsciiui cnviney to sell and dispose
nr,l,...i.l h.u...i.c un.l ..M ,1... .1 .1.1 (Ol.. (....
ettt, and e.juit of redempticn of said Slaria
Huberts, or her heirs and assigns therein, at pub
lic auction. 111 tne wsi ii"or 01 ine court noue,
in the cityof Cairo, in the county of Alexander
and .state of Illinois, for the liiu'icst nnd liest
urice the same will brine in cash sfer havinir
alvertiel such sa e thirty days in anv newspa-
Icr at that time published in the said city of
Cairo and to make, execute, ana deliver to the
purchaser or purclrisers at euch aale, irocd and
aultlcient deed or deeds of conveyance for the
premises swld. and out of the proceeds of such
ale to pay all co-ts and exiieuses incurred in ad
vertising and sill mil- said prenii-es. ini'ludmif
attorney ' foes, also the principal and interest
oil nam note , and, whereas, dctatilt bus been
m.ide in the puynient of tho said note, principal
and interest: now, theretorc, nubile notice is
hereby iriyen, that in pursuance of said aale
mortgage, and by virtue of the pwer and au
thority to me cranti-d iu and bv the game, aud
by v irtue of Hie atatute of the state, I. the under
signed, will. on Friday, the IT til day of Nov., A.
1., 1S76, ut 2 o'clock, p ni., at west door of the
courthouse, In the city of Cairo, sell and nisuo
ot tho premises aliove and in did trust uiort-
a-airedrt-d descrilKd. and all theneht. title, mn
etlt and eipiity of redemption of the taid Maria
Kolierts, her heir or a.--igns therein, at public
auctiou, for the highest uud lt price ttiesaine
will briu;; in cn-h.
O H fc M A S G It E F. M. K Y . M . ir tg:.g-,
LIN KG Alt A- LANsDKN. Att'y.lor Mortg.isie
Uct. 17, IS.u.-JJU
wun 1 uuierouir-ugrkvu.pf
quiiitivr iiiitiini kt;ow ca
and Krvp.&tiont ot th
he tut : evafem. hnw liipur
1! kind of TieM, with hundrt ot aiuhi rtniptu,
who ihouiti nmrrv.th inirl'iiituriit to mkfriakrt-, th?tr n
tur b4 cur. Trrmti on 4il Divrftfci, tutlr ep,tniTi(r their
. lynioiunia nm 11 it- ii iu c i rr : 11 t in oniy real j
ewntifle work Qh? kind Tpr puh:ihfd, and it comp ete
in evry r pt t. fi. nt ?(-urf 'y ?'! c-n ri-oipt of Vi eta,
Addrrcf, r. V. A. H m n an, Utf ortb 1 U:ti tnO.
Ob UUUiBm 4WU. 4T.llCU1lf.neU IU
VHnnlHIV An n!uatfitcd Work JT
I IfllilKllllfil111 piP pHVlUa CUUaV.Uif
the Haftmrd sUiii suai
of th iwxusvl ysteiTV, iu abuf-.
riAiftf aJk an tria mt aUnai
t., lAUst diKovcriet tn tho
cie-nceof rtTjrxKiuctiunt how to
ttni3y htppv iu Uit ununed rivticm. Mi J itroitvae,
youufj tiid uiidtli mf& ihoultft mul ftd prvavrrt it, li
eohiaviiiai infonuaUioB. which do on cmn avllorvl to bo Willi
out 1 00 how U prwoene Xkm heolth, ond coiuplion, orvi
fneto Ifcded cheka the treohnw ot youiia j tho be oi4
voir tru MkiDAtfe Guid tn th wor d. Pnco oDotnto
bf Sfaiii. Tho ouihor may bo cuoiulUsd pronI or tmf
IuaU ud any of f he subject roentiourd in hi work. Ajiiioo
lit. Am O. OLi2J io7 v hiiitf.in U Chicodu.
6!7"St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
A rel' fsadaat. of two Medical Cot!rM. bb lonfT
tL..-J m tl,. ; .:iil treiiii-'-Ll cf a I Vencral. Sexual
adchromo Diaeaaee. thia atr other fbiiicuuuifeu
Iai-.. abcuji ia-r.bcw, auj aiiu.i iwi'lmu kaow.
Syptiilia, Gonerrhcea, Gleet. Strietur, Or.
chitu, Harma, or Rupture. all Urinary Oitette
end Syphilitio or mercurial affection of tha
throat, akin or bonae, are Un:t4 with unparaUtU
ixet, eo Ulcrt prlttellc. fcaltlr, FritaMlJ.
Spermitarrho)!, oexuel Debility and Impol-
ncy,aitb.riultar 6,11 atsiania jwti. Miutl aicauee
la maturer rear., or oiaer aausia, au4 vlucti proJoca aoma
of lb. tdilwwiLC .ft-MUi Btrvvutotia, t&uiii,! amd,icoa,
dblatr,iliiiia,of klctl. 4foeiir. memwT, piaipivaoa laa
i94. iLjl.al ile-mr, at eillMO lu Khrklj i.l rT.t...':onful'ja
f Ueaa, ItiM of oirxual jvjwcr, au., rpnariui xnarnaa
rcUuna 10 ua abov.. teal la ieiv4 turwUprt,
for two v xtgw tuttuia. CuDtu.utua at eQica or br tl
ptt. a-J iavucl,afu.-Dlirtacrtinul.Q caati Doih cc.
i-a 11 la l:ojov,uuii w iitt u. cur lr ireua;m
Totlwuiescaa toieufcb aipraiaor Biailorrwherii. c -r.
a' I. cu,m auarmte'-i. wh.reilooli rtt.ti ill, frank!? t,t;J.
CCua bvurai It A. At. 10 1 1f. U. Huiklai, 1 J Al. w 1 V. M.
' Pamphlet, to any ad J rata, far Two Stimpt.
MANHOOD Ti'ic'St mu
BentMla4,antbroe,for80CeuU. , '
Manhood aad Womanhood in borman, both
together, I Hurt rt tod, 13 Centt.
MARRIAGE i ?&s.
pffls. I GUIDE.
Zlef an cloth and silt b-ndln. Scalod for OOo.
Ovr bur wulflui iui i icuirua, Uua to Uin; aru...e.oa
!. fcwwui a'-ijei; bo r BiarrT. w bo not, wb.
fropcr aa. tomarr. T."iiukrrr6irt. Minbooa. womaa
k FtMtctl drr Tha tfi i of editor aut aiej.
V hotb.idmMT: HowliiaoJliapf ineu u"7 iaae.!J.
lha PbTiiMit y of bniruiiK. aa tciLr , las
B.mt4oriaitBp:auD( aurriMOMixuar.n tu
Aftral!f-ioi!a'iriicu'O.Iafcxtfrm bumo aJ w-ii at
anwal aooTKiibU.Uoibi to b read ly a I aJi.i per.jci.
ttiea locked up.ua Ufcl aroaiiiorloat.asltu ww.tr
ifr"rlaioi li "ooia.ua tbocream of uedtcal liter.
au'oua aaa aul .in u varetui V utuaai, (au Umga
? Jt2?UWoa. aaiBO aa abor. tmt paw Pr".
CAoente h; m-11, CaoaM (oud-.-u la Aa.tua. i i
.ii.t aliaaa, aialsaia anmuiil,
617 St. Chirles atwetjxuIsMo.
DR. WHI'lTIER, 617 St. Charles
St., St. Louis, Mo., treats all forms of
Venereal Diseases, Seminal Emissions and
Sexual Debility, with unparalleled success.
No matter who failed, call or write ; pam
phlet or consultation dee. Can refer to
the medical profession in all parts of the
country. Medicines perfectly safe.
aajaj Event' at the
to aell the) Mew
AND THK CAMPAIGN OF 187d.V
JiiMt th book fur Ilia liuwa. Give a lu'l Inquiry
of Ilia Naliuoai CiiUl and UovcrauieDt. bliow a
Uu'.i the Kotcruinvut '" ti" luaiiti,l aiuoe iu
orKanixatiuD. fcxulalua bow Juba are 1'Ui
thruuvli eooitreaa. liiveaalull liUuiry of the
tbe liveaofUayee, Whwler, TilUiu
Ihe liveaoruavee, Wbwler, Tiiaru J '-'
ilrlcke. GranJ chance fur iufnta. AJilreaa.
8-n-ww J.H ClllilCEU), tu Louie, Ma.
SOLD FKtST SEASON.
. DURABLE AND
fell at . 1 -'T . .t.l
Wtt htenl Gnst) bra ffate? 5:
CHEERFUL AS iJT CrilT 7I?.2,
Alia perfist Combination r.f
I is ts cf r
tIT7If tour TiiUc r ml trjt an assort-
lutut, s nd tlio oriirr to
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
612, 614, 61G& 618 H.Hall S:recf,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
C. W. HENDERSON,
..-. AH IPC.
A Curious Good Thing
1 tut rourta InTfpilf aiinn J
T!i! ronin 1 a tinjuilkr.
IT Tit KM A li.
I'tirrnail Itnp In r rorj form,
laiskln, 1 111 jl,l l.li r,
rtil Ik. ll , 1 luitlUm.
Ilntnr-lip. i ( Hrmrl Ilaaa,
I'nliik In S ,1,-. it. .-li a nil kiowarb, u.
' ti urn: tn., . lai r rrw I rum Tor
t1f l.t.ri Htm lntlKalln.
Mr 1 1 .!( uliI I rriiatiarrd.
1 . nv ii a 1 '"i 11 1 . r-r.i tvi c.mrtiri'l.
alii t ! "ii. n. In ; ! Hi. h, ( .11, i ai,inarh iinniodt-aii-iy,
k.i e ir. 1,1 ati 111 rrry (article ut Mala.
ri ami r.ilu u, pi lai ii.
In. P. W. VaiariutM
1 uku p n' Miic iu in urjine O.m 1I 'nian'a Autie
Ta I Iih iii' J rn-. i n ! r I ami fS" l.aliy, ot tha
iiiHn, an t, iu a l.llt11.11 t 1 tin 11.1t lia iwrmanrattr
f uri-i nif iii a, I'irpiil a-ii -n (.1 .in liver, wbirli haa
aul.j.i t-it iit lu ifilir at 1 ili'.nii aft:trK.; atnl. aa
lite in m e. I an, n v eLjv):ii Utilur L"-lili Ibau
l 'l i'.ivi- .
1;. rt.!'i:V r. ri r.
J'k'T' II rt. 1 .T'lrVTDV.
Ait.iAtat l'i K'li.u-t' r. 1 im mrnli. O.
1 fi. 1 ti hn in v't I k 'nm 11 hi l lii 1 'in nimii'ti-r of
kit li.!i-iii.i HSt"i tt i U.c
Tri V'tU Hfl f Tiiui! i-ii !nir&,,ntfl do not
k p t lift 11 . 11 1 1.1 l'MJk l 11 tf iint!if in i;t- ti aluatbi
Er. D. W, raircMli, Pigj., Ciminnali, 0.
I.Ike Ti-i j tl,in T.ilunli'o lfOLMAS'8 FEVER
AMI AUI K AM) MVfcti lAtli, Uihi liare .tc...J
tin ttfet tir ,-urn. with a iihImiumI ririiiatinn fi-r
n.ir rfli.a.-v, "UK KKISii C'i 'IN I KKK tITK ll
AMI 1111 1' A i r l l.y cliim.r cuii'ir.c., und un.Ur
ulhtr camfa. uiiirt are a ilratlljr t i' U. oihr rn
l-titr ttmu ao n.uili a Jim. TllRV Aht BSK
K K Al' ; emini up t i il on lh irpnUtn o r.f th
aii.uiui-. HI V MiSK KIT Hol.M AV, IlkAHINO
HIS I' ll'Tf lit' M SK.NAH'HR. tUtreby avuid
ln iliHat'pr.iliUiii'lit and iltlooblliuu.
E. V. Knnkei'a nillrr Wine of Iroei
bait ni ti r been known to all In tbe cure of
nruknt, attPDileil vviib ftyinptonia ; India
ponition tn exertion, lima of memory, Ultll
cnlt v ol lirca thing, general weakness, horror
of di-eai-e, weak, nervotta trembling;. ilreaJ
tul horror of deutb, night fiweaU, cold feet,
weaknen, dimneait of vision, languor, uni
vcmal lasritude ol tbe mucular eyatetn,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic nynip.
tomi, hot lunds, ll ubiD'' ot the boJy, tlry.
nc$ of tbe Mu, putliil countenance ami
ertiptioiu on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in tlio buck, heaviness ot tbe eyelid,
frequent blaek fcpota llying before tbe eye
with tcmparary miihxion and lost ot ifbt,
want ol attention, ete. Thee nymplonis
all ariio from a weukneM. and to remedy
that, Uic K. K. Kuukel'a IHtter TVIuo of
Iron, tt imver fails. Thousand ro now
coioyin.' health who bae Used. it. Take
only ll. t Kunl.i'l'a.
Htwure or eounterfeiti and bae imita
tiotM. Ai Kutikel'a IJitter Wino of Iron U
m well known all over the eotintry, (lriijj
'Ut'i theniselvciuako an Imitation an'l try
to Ki lt it oil to the'r customer", when tUey
call for Kuukel'n Uitter Wine of Iron,
Kmike.'s Hitter U'ine of Iron is put up
only iu SI bottles and has a yellow wrapper
uieely put on the outMdn with the pro
prtetor'a photograph on th wrapper of
earn bofle. Alwava look for the photo
eraph on iho outside, and you will aiwaya
be suru ti) net the eemitne. One dollar per
tiottie, or six for
Sold ty druggists und
A I.I. WOBMS IlEMOVKD ALIVE.
K. F. Kutikel'a Worm 5yrup never fail
to destroy I'm Scift uul Stomach Worms.
tr, Kunkel, tho only sueeewlul physician
who reiii i lajie Worm in two hour
a'ive, r. uli bead, ami no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that 11 Tape Worm
be teu.oved, a l other worms can be readily
deroyed. Send tor circular to lr. Kun
kit. No. -j,"i:i Nutili N in l b street, i'hiladel
phia, l'a., or call ou your druggist and ak
lor a (initio of Kuukel'a Worm yrup.
l'riee, i'l.iKi. It never laila.
5 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City Katio&al tuk SoiMiaf , ap-ruirs,
The Oldest KaUbUahad ne la toutl.
ui lUlnola, repraaaaUnaT ow
ttt5 000 OOO
mm Tfc" wr' -
" "ail If - : M
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