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J. G. LYNCH'S
Moal Estate Column
Alrxiih.li-r i-onnty land, "lro loU,
a' linij;i' dr St. Inu1 projKrty.
A Inn' rrfMrnoc mi roriMT llalbronk
M tux iiimI Twr-nty-Miinl utroft, at a
Tin Miutli hull r.f thr 'Pilot' liow at
N:cral line rooms In Winter's block.
Good two story brick suitable for
n h mid olllcwi oti Couimtrciul av-niif,
lwin Eleventh him.' Twelfth.
Brick dwelling tornei .'ii,ctiutli
'nl I'oplur etrttu.
Saloon and fixture, noutliwist corn
er Klghttf-ntli street and 0inni r:ial
ivciiue, at a bargain.
- iMvellltitf Iiouho on 'ro ftr"t. wen
Two bulnM houte' n Love street,
atme Eighth, $20 rack
-Htore room on Commercial avenue,
ft to Waverly Iiote.l,tl0.
Two story hou on Corauw rcial av
iiu. Two tenement, mitiible for shop
ftor room, 3urner Twentieth and
Up tain of liouon Commercial av
tnw, nar 19th Mreet. fittltsble for
Tenement numliered 8, 9 and 10
Winter' Kow. 5 rooms each for $10
lr month. In flrnt-cla order.
Orphan .syium building and pretnl
. Kent low, to a good tentiit.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parte ol the city.
FOU LEASE OK SALK.
I -and, In troft to suit, near Cairo.
"ft e Uit tliia d ty sold to Mr. E. C
Kord the. tirire lot of moulding tool
fc, of the fetiin framing department
ol tho Bulletin. All order for frame
t-tr., hhould be it to him or left at
hi ofMee. We U-speak lor him the lib
Titiitr ol patronage that has been
-towel upon in. His assortment ot
moulding 1 complete, price beyond
tuipetition a"J '"! Jftinrentee alifjc
(ion in all case.
fairo. Oct. 10, 1 ST'!.
If I'aiho Dili.eiin Co.
Timlin Haleu-tiraac rrt LnnrH,
Jaeekel, proprietor of the popular
'1 huliu Kiloon, corner ol Twelfth ktreet
ami Washington avenue, excel all
others in hi line of btiii.fsii in bia free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oeloek.
Mr. Jaeckcl spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon In the land. His
friend should make a note of this and
.ire him a call. Uo-dltn
J. tawnf) Meiaboue.
.'n T.xhth ptrect, two doors Irom Alex
andetunty Hank, is the place to (ret a
.fashioniAAc hair eut or a t-tnooth suave
or anj th!iilss ia the barber line. La
die' and chKdrcns' hair cut or dressed,
.either at the skop or their home.
Voc a smooth ehave, u neat aud fash
ioimbkihair cut, or refreshing champoo,
co to Ed. liraxton.at the plantera' barbtr
irlor.. The best of perfumeries aud
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
oath rotrwi eonuected with this etablUh
inent L the only one in the city, and U
Ml ways Kept in the water, order, ready
for I he convenience of customer. tt
the larjret-t and finest ttock ot Hoys'
and Youths' elothinjc that has ever been
in Cairo, lie can suit a child from four
up to any aire, at prices to suit the
500 pieces of print. 100 pieeea fean,
Vj0 pieces of mu)in. New style and
he.-t brands at the New York More. Full
. hie of dry zood. ll-2-5t
Mf. Pnnkd Iimpert will continue the
1 darber business of her late husband, at
theld stand on Eighth street between
Wnrtldngton and Commercial. The t'hop
will c under the supervision of John
Lampert who Is a first-class barber and
invites old and new customers to give
Mm a call. tl.
A tir't-cla93 runner Is wantl at the
Telta hous;. Call Immediately. None
tint a Ana-class one need apply. tf
Wanted SOO Mm.
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
toek ol Overcoats and Men find Boys
Milts at prices to suit the tune.
Mothers cjui our litiillli for their cliit
ilrm and ft for tlieruwv l.y the wte' of Cat
!), t jvf tutMlliute for Cantor oil. It U
H'.tM-tutely harmWc. aud is m pleiUMnt to take
i lutuejr. For Wind-Cullic ituur ktonutch,
worm or rx)titi'B lur young or old, there
i nothing in eltenr lika It. It U rrrlain.it
i- x-tty, it i rlKup
rlA. MWninira. iii&inft. mtitt ioilit. Iiurn
icaMii puUonoiu liiu. and H flnth, bone aud
iquc1 ilojentd, tun he uUolulcly cured by the J
i-cutmur lliiiuieut. WbM the White Liolnieot
i. lor Uie human family the Yullow Liniment
U tor 6.a intol frni l. it ud Um lior.i and sni
II .to an' Magnolia Balm preserves
and n storcs the complexion ; removes
freckles, tun and sallowness ; makes the
-kin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Katuaiuo.v makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It baa stood
the test of 40 yean, li charmingly per
fuiuod aud has uo rival.
BATES OF ADrCBTII9i.
tfAU billi for drrrtkinf , are line end ty
Treiibieut 4ertlilii will U laaertrd at the
rat of II "0 pet ture fur the flrst intsrtia
and S" omts for each subetqaeut one A Itbvral
dienooat will be made on tumtinc nddlivt
rorlneertuif raneral notice ! eo KuUrenf
mentlnR of societiee or ewrret order rl for
Cbarea, Society, Festival and Supper nntiree
will only be loterted as advertifenients
Ko adTerUiement will be received at lee than
SO oente, end no edverUaeinent will 1-e iner
for lMtn tlire dollars per month
LOCAL BCSIX LM NOTICE
Of one square ( lines space) or fiiore. Iti
w rtod in the Bcllftui as follows : (lcs
titan one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square M $ DO
Two iusertloiii per square. 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six iusertion per square 1 73
Two weeks per square 2 60
One month per square- 3 SO
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time.
ASCALOW LODGE, NO. 91.
Knic-hu of I'ythie, meeu every Prl
iy Dij(ht et haJf-ueet eeren, in tld-
AIJCXANDKK LOIKiE, NO. X.
ST Sv lodnndent Ordr of Odd-tel
Mt- It lown, imrtt eTry 'Hmredey nifrhl
et hlPpl eereo, la tbt-ir bell o
mni roiul trrinv, lietwren sixth end fe entb
r-t '. A. liarona, N U
'"1AIKO KNCAMI'MKXT. I. O. O. F.t meet
. y:ti iM.l-YU(i' Hall on the Drat and third
i u, 1ay in errry month, at half-pent eeven
A. lomiTO, C P
A caiiiomjdoe. No.eff.A.r. a a. m.
llill rrirular ernnnunicationa in Ua
aonir Hull, eornt-r Commercial eTenue
' xau l Kixliih itral, oa the eecond and
'nurtii Moiidar of each month.
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17P.
Itrnl WMklttcr Keport.
Caio. III., Not. IT. Irf7.
Uau 1 Ilia.
7 a m.
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JAM ES WATCO.N,
STgeant. SiKnal tTi,.. I', a. A.
Bill Head and Monthly Statement, pink
and yellow, at the Bili.f.ti.v otllce. tf
HmlarM llenae fmr Kent.
The briek bulldinjf corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able term. Apply to B. F. Blskk. tf
A second baud Singer sewing machine
or aale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
Eadiea t.olil Wnt4b.
For sale, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch ; retail price $73 00, will be
old lor $55; 00 has never been ued.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Miter Tea M-l .
One Rogers. Smith & Co.' silTer tea
set. Triple plate, 6 pieces, entirely new,
retail price $00 00, can be bought for
? 15 00. Apply to E. A. Burnett.
The largest and finest Stock of Gents
Furniehing Goods can be found at Ike
WalderV, corner ol Sixth and Ohio
W'c w ill pay no bills for roods or mer
chandise purchased for the BciLKrix
by any ot'the employes, unless the pur
chase is mado on a w ritten order signed
by the'presddent or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bi llktix Co.
for ole at Anrtlon aluable Rei
den re Property.
The property known as the McKenzie
residence, situated on lots 33 and 34, and
15 and 10, block 53, in the city of Cairo,
fronting 50 feet (in Fitth street and 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. L.
Pavl-s w ill be sold at public auction on
Saturday, November ISth, 1S70, at ten
o'eloak a.m., on the premises. Thl is
one of the most desirable residences In
the eity commodious, in good repair,
supplied with gas, and title perfect.
This property may lie purchased at
private sale prior to IStti inst., by appli
cation to Samuel T. M heeler, w here f,b
stract ot titl may be seen. Terms ol
sale $1,500, cash In hand; balance on one
years time with six per cent interest.
Defcred payment secured by deed ef
trr.et on premises.
A Sard to lb Pnbllr.
On the 15th inst., tlio undersigned will
assume the general management of the
'palatial'' Tremont House in Chicago,
where he hopes to meet all of his old
patrons, friends, acquaintances, and the
travelling public generally. Especially
will he be pleased to meet all who may
visit: Chicago from Cairo, to whom he
will extend a cordial welcome. We have
leased the St. Charles for a terra of years
to E. R. Egnew, Esq., ot Cincinnati,
who took possession on the 1st day ot
November. Mr. Eguew is a gentleman
of large hotel experience, which he will
at once put hi active operation at the St.
Charles. The building w ill immediately
undurgo a complete and thorough reno
vation. The bed-rooms will bo refurn
ished with new and modern furniture,
and the entire house greatly improved in
all its oppointments. The hotel will
continue to be kept in first-class stylo,
and seoon d to none outside the city of
Chicago. We trust Mr. Egnew iu mak
ing these extensive repairs will secure
the hcurty co-operation of the merchants
and citizens of Cairo, and as far as possi
ble their patronage eo that the St.
Charles may In tho future, as in the past,
be a source ot pride and credit to the
city of Cairo." Respectfully,
11-11-iit . Jfcwfcir Wilcox.
fr UU or I.eaae . rbe ArltatteV
This well known and popular hotel Is
now offered for tale or lease, on easy
terms. For jwrtlcular inquire ou the
premises. Tbos, B. Elus,
Lal BrevitlM. '
The admission to lb "Mother Gojse
Operatta" will fv tllry eents; children
Yesterday tbc skies gave symptoms of
guow ; but they poatponcd tho operation
for a few days longer.
The harrow gauge railroad company
seems to be traveling over a rough road.
The devil h to pay, ami tho eoropany is
not lu rash.
"If I had to walk from here to Bait I
inoro for It, 1 would not ho without Dr.
Bull Cough Syrup In my family," is
what wc heard a lady say yesterday. (50)
The report of the proceedings of the
city council lays that "the report of Fill
Stockfleth, city treasurer, was read."
We didn't know that "Fill" was the llrst
name of our friend "F. M.'1
Men of war walk along our street
breathing words ot valor. They are go
ing to draw their swords and rush to the
lront. Don't boys ; be quiet. Y'ou are
making treat asses of yourselves.
Col. Shaver takes his defeat In the best
of humor. He ran remarkably well ; and
is, take him for ail In all, a right clever
gentleman. We forgive hltn. He may
now embrnco us, it he ha' tin; desire to
Why will the city council persist in
the bad work of tinkering at the ordi
nances? The council ought to reduce
the saloon license to fifty dollars a year,
and then let the ordinances stand for five
The Sun says our friend, Joseph
McKenzie, will be an applicant for the
office of surveyor of this port. President
Tilden could not appoint a more worthy
Democrat. He has been fa'thful through
"thick and thin."
It Is said that John Q. Harman, Esq.,
will contest the election of Mr. Reeve to
the office ot circuit clerk. In this way,
it is hoped, the rascalities of election
day may be uncovered. We don't think
Reeve was guilty of any rascalitlce, but it
is the belief of many that his party voted
a large number of foreign colored men.
Straws show which way the wind
blows ; and II you find that a man uses
nothing in his family but B. T. Babbitt's
Best Soap, you have a very good test of
his character for fastidious tast and excel- j
lence. There's nothing in the line of sap
onaceous compounds to compare with it,
and once used it excludes everything else
tor the future. II. T. Babbitt's has a sure
hold on thoc ho will give it a trial.
XrWadt'i Rip Van Winkle.
McWade's rendition of the famous
character of Rip Van Winkle, at the
Athcneum, on Thursday night, attracted
a very large and appreciative audience.
Although laboring under many disadvan
tages, be delineated the character with
eaay abandon and pathos, w inning ap
plause from the most continued- admir
ers of the Jcfiersouiau manner ol present
ing the good-natured schnapps drinking
Dutchman. All through the first act he
elicited from his audience shouts of
laughter ; then followed tears, and a qui
etude denoting Intense interest. Tho
transitions were quick and effective, evi
dencing that Robert McWado was a stu
dent of nature, and a flue, dlacrimiuator
between its lights and shades.
Where he bids his revelling companions
farewell forever iu his attempted last
drink ; his departure from wife and chil
dren, out into the raging storm, with
nature asserting itself over a debauched
mind ; the meeting with the distorted
gnome ; the mountain scene w ith the
wired and solemn men of the caverns ot
the Kaatskill, and the falling to sleep of
Rip after the fatal drink, were all scenes
replete with sensation and pathetic
From the awakening moment until the
close of the drama, MeWade loses his
identity and stands before the audience
as Rip Van Winkle. It Is a finished
piece of actihg, aud has won for him, In
this most difficult character, a position
on the American stage side by side with
Ol all the men who have struggled for
supremacy In tho part ot Rip Van
Winkle, but two remain Jefferson and
MeWade, All others have gone down
before public opinion being considered
mere imitators ot Jeflersou, without his
refined conception or luminous eyes.
MeWade does not imitate. He created
his ow n Rip and dramatized the legend
so as to avoid many of the glaring Incon
sistencies at the great literary plunderer,
Dion Boucicault, who dramatized the
version Jefferson present.
Mother Goose Operatta.
On Tuesday evening, Nov. 21st, at 8
o'clock p.m., will be presented at the
residence of Chas. Galiglier, Esq., for
the benefit ot the Church ot the Re
deemer, the comic operatta ot Mother
Goose, to which the public generally
are cordially invited. The little folks es.
peclally, w ho are supposed to be better
acquainted with Mother Goose than their
elders, will enjoy making the personal
acquaintance of their faithful friend.
Come one, come all, without further in
vitation. Admission 50 cents. Children
half price. Refreshments will ako he
. . i
Enlbueiaatle In ll Favor.
All housekeepers w ho have ever used
the Charter Oak Stove are enthusiastic in
its favor, and say that for all purposes of
cooking and baking this stove cannot be
equaled. The largo flues and heavy cast
ings, exposed to the fire, make the C'Har
TtR Oak especially adapted to our soft
coal, which Is dcstructable on cast Iron.
The Reservoir is pronounced perfect Ui
Its arrangement and operation, beating
water Just right. . (4$)
To merchants and manufacturer!. A
practical book-keeper, whose evcuiugs
are unoccupied, wculd taku charge of a
act of bookf at a moderate salary, f re,
nt position a guarantee of efilcieocy
and responsibility. Address, for an In
terview, Accountant, tola office. , lwt.
Ine Mnrratt UsiifS nilrnd Mtrike.
Homo of tti Triefca af the Knalneere.
There Is trouble between tbc managers
ot tho Cairo and St. Louis narrow giugc
railroad and their employes. Tho man
agers, In their efforts to reduce the ex
penses of the road, cut down the wages
of all employes. Tills occasioned a strlko
among the enginetrs on the road, who
are all members of tho '.'engineers broth-
erhood."' New men were put In their
places, which gave great offense to the
brotherhood men, and they are doing all
In their power to hamper tho men in the
hope of compelling them to retire from
the road. The following H a sample of
the way they do things.
When the passenger train that arrives
in Cairo on the narrow gauge at 5 o'clock
In the evening, left St. Louis on Wednes
day, a gentleman named Betters, who
had formerly been an engineer on the
road and who threw up his situation on
account of the reduction of wages, was
aboard. Everything went on smoothly
until the train arrived at Alto, when
Betters got aboard of the engine, and be
gan conversing with the engineer, who
was a new man, and whose name is Gib
blc. When about six miles
from this city Betters told
Gibble to whistle down brakes,
at there was a big grade to go up, and
be had not enough steam. Gibble did so,
and the train was stopped. Betters sug
gested that the twenty-one was his old
machine, and that he understood ber
perfectly ; he would help the new man
out ot his troubles. He ordered the
fireman to put in more coal, and at the
same time polled the water plug, and
ordered one ot the brakemcn to pull the
pin between the engine and ears. He
then started the engine nt full speed,
leaving the train behind. He
rau about a mile, stopped and
persuaded the fireman, Gibble, with a
monkey-wrench, to get oft. He again
started the engine, ran her to a point
Just opposite Kline's briek-yard, and
again stopped. Here he told the fire
man, whose name is John Riley, and
who is our informant, to pull the lire,
which he did. He tltcn told Riley to get
off of the engine and "walk before,"
while he brought op the rear w ith the
monkey-wrench. When the two arrived
in the city, Betters told Riley he could
go, anu nc went. Uctlers disappeared
and has not beeu seen bincc. The cars
remained where they had been left,
about six miles from town, until
Thursday, when the train dis
patchers of the road and other em
ployes, went out and brought lliern and
the engine to the depot In this city.
On Thursday cveninsr parties who are
supposed to bi) strikers went to the same
engine and robbed her of her throttle
valve, rendering her useless for the time
being. John Crowley aud John W.
Searles, two engineers who have been in
the employ of the road, were arrested by
Chief oi Police Gossman on a warrant
for the offense, and given a hearing be
fore Judgo Bross yesterday afternoon,
but there was not sufficient evidence to
warrant his honor in holding them to
bail, and they were discharged.
There la a general strike among the
employes of the road, brought about by
tbc recent reduction of wages, and all
trams have been abandoned, and five en
giues, beside a large number of car?, are
reported lying "dead" along the track
between here and St. Louis.
The following Is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post Mice at
Cairo, Alexander county. State of Illinois
on Saturday, November, 18, 187G:
Ladies Boden, S. L.; Barker, Francis;
Bates, Belle, Claycome, E. P.; Gilmore,
Maggie; Gibson, Millie; Hallctt, n. M.;
Heartt, Mrs. Oraon; Jones. Vicy; Knight,
Missouri; Kelley. Mrs. P.; Kendrick,
Josephine; Sargent, Minnie; St.
Clair, Frankie; Thomas, Mrs. E;
Thomas, Rhode-; Taylor. Mary.
Gents Armstrong, Geo.; Brewer,
Ambrose; Branuon, Ark; Branson, A.
L.; Bally. J. D.; Bradley, J. D.; Brown,
rhillip; Chapman, G. D.; Crook. - Pat
rick; Canada, P. C; Daniels, Frank;
Dnnill, T, D.; Erlin, J. W.; Grauey,
Thos.; Howie. E. B.; Herrick, G. A.;
Hall, Henry; Jackson, Charles; Jor
dan, C. W.; Jackson, Charles;
Sones, J. ; Kennedy, David ; Lowry,
John ; Leonard, J. J. ; McChesney, A
B. ; McIIaffy, Jesse ; Madigan, James;
Murray, Levi ; Maboney, P. ; Pickeries
J.; Biddle, N. II.; Shcller, Harmann;
Sauford, Joel; Shirley, J. W. ; Thomp
son, Casp ; Thomas. T. J. ; Wilson, L. ;
Wilson, S. B.
Persons calling for the above letters
please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKeaui, P. M,
The "Iron Trail "
spicy sketch, deseriptive of a trip
over tho Atchinson, Topeka ami Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Nytn Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York World
sent free ou application, together with
the San Juan Oui U, maps and time ta
bles ot this new and popular rou to from
Kansas City and Atchinson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines.
The finest lino of Pullman sleepers on tho
continent between the Missouri river nixl
the Rocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists1 ticket from
the Mlseourl river to Denver at $50, good
to stop off at all poitiU. Address,
T.J. A SDkttso.v.Gcu. Pass. Ag't., .
A practical book-keeper aud uocouut
ant desires to take charge of a sot of
books, or would do copylug or writing of
acy kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings U necessary. Addrcte
W. F. r., P. O. box m, Cabro Illinois.
. -imj-sw..; . ,.
" LlfcfArr Association.- -
The Ladies Library Association, will
meet to-diy, at 2 o'rlo k, November lth.
at the re.Meuneo( Mr. Woodward.
M. K. Eono, Sec'y.
Kemeinber the Rehearsal ToMhl.
Those Interested In the play of "Mother
Oooso" should remember that there will
be a rchearaal at the regldonco of Mr.
Cha?. Ualiodtertn-night. T.et everybody
Caiho. November Li, 1SJV.
I hereby notify everybody not to let
tnv wife, Eliza Throckmorton, have uuy
thing In my name, as 1 will not pay suh.
U-H-.1t Chas. Throckmorton.
Mayor Winter will make one ot the
fineat displays thl evening at his oyster
and game depot, that ever was made In
Cairo, and invites all everybody
to can ami ice for themselves. Every
thing will be sold at roek bottom figure.
Bu h as deer, elk, Net. w lid ducks, w lid
and tame turkeys, oysters by the can,
and In bulk by the hundred, river, lake
and ocean fi.h, English mince-meal, all
Kinds or tropical fruits, besides other
goods too numerous to mention. Reincm-
Der the place, Vt Inter's game, meat, family
grocery and oyster depot, opposite the
Atheneum on Commercial Avenue. It
Brackets, bracket ! Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, iust oncned.
Designs entirely new from 25c. up. Ladles
toilet brackets, ha racks, paper and card
receivers, slipper cases, match sates, etc.
Rustic frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put tiD In four diflerent
styles. Beautiful heavy moulding frames.
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautiful photograph frames oval
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite city shoo store,
Mrs. 8 wander's old tore. Agents wanted.
Popular illustrated book (260 pages) on
Manhood I Womanhood I Marriage t
Impediments to Marriage; the cause and
cure. Sent seeun'y sealed, post-paid, for 50
cents, by Da. C Whittter, 617 St.
Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the great
specialist. Read his work.
H'aji DPAnTJrT. Ritim Kerr', I
Nov. 17. 1S76. I
FT. IX. j II. I IV.
Cairo...- , II 10 1 i
Fittsburtr 3 f X 1
Cincinnati........ 1" 1
Louiavllle ..! X
Nashville II 3 '
8t. Loni 12 -
EvenavUle ! 7 1 :i
Memphis i 1' 1 I
VicktiburK 1 1 1 A I
Kcw Orleana I u u n ')
Blow bigh water of lTI .
JAMES W AT EOS,
fergcaut, SUual fcerr1 . U . A.
Steamer Janice Fisk, Paducah.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Robert Mitchell. Cincinnati.
Vint Shiiikle, Memphis.
Steamer James risk, Padtieab.
' St. Genevieve, Vlcksburg.
Robert Mitchell, New Orleans
Vlut Shlnklc, Cincinnati.
Tho Katie P. Kountz has been hard at
work helping the Yaeger off the mud pile
she struck the other day, and yesterday
succeeded In getting her started down
The Jim FIsfc was several hours fate
The Vint Shiiikle passed up after dark
last night, adding about . tons here for
The Ste. Genevieve had a very lair trip
for Memphis and Vieksburg, and made
some additions lxre.
51,200 profit nm
Made any day in Putt and fi'r. Inv?t n.-conllng
to your means, till. f Vi or tHM, In !? I Ot K FKI V
II.Kl.LS, hat brought a tmall fortune In theorrful
invntiir. We advise when find how to Ol'klt A I h
AKELY. Book with full Information untjrtt
Addrcuorderi by mail and te epraiih Iu
BAXTER & CO.,
Banker and llrokera IT Wall m., S V.
yM. E. 82UTH
Physician & Surgeon,
OlBic in Winter' Mock, corner he vein b and
Commercial Avenue, (tutrunce on hrrtnth).
Hea denctThUlKUtU bUl, wtt ol Vluiii,'toa
Throe thuuaand two humtrol and fifty dollar
worth of ewapaner advertUiuir, at puuliatier'
rate given for tTuu and a three month' in.te
noaplui in payment from adverlinraol repon
ihilltr . A printed list, givini name. rliarrti r.
etual daily and weekly circulation and achednle
U of aiiTerUaing, aert free to any adlra.
Amity to Uo P. Mo well 4t Co.. Xewrpnper
AfiverUalng Agents, 41 Park Kow, '. T.
Estate of John Brown, deceased.
Tb underaijrned, having tea appointed ud
ruiniitratorof theentateofjohn lironn. late of
the county of Alexander and Mate ol' llliooi,
dceaM-d, hereby giver, notice tlmt he will -pear
before the county court of Alexander
county, at the roitrt house in Cuiro, at the
cemher term , on the third Monday in Ixvem-bi-r
next, at which liiiii ull person hav.ng claim
againtit aid estate are ntiilcd ami reijueatcd M
attend for the purpose of having the ajiiiie ad
juated. All pernon iixWhu-d to said rktate are
requeetrd to male immediate payment to the un
derpinned. Itated Ihl iMh day of Oclclwr, A. !., l7ii.
W ILI.1AM Wr.lltK, Adm r.
November 2. lii. w-i w-
Estate of Peter Dowd, ciml .
'lue undesigned having leen upioiutiI ad
minintratrli of the eel-le of 1VUT loud. late ol
the county of Alexander and State ef tiliuoi.
dereawd hereby givea notice that ahe will ei
licar before the county court of Alexander
countr, ut the court liouac iu t 'airo, althvlH."
i-emln'r term, on the third Monday iu Dcccmlier
ucit, at which time all persou haviua claim
aaiut faid taUle ajre MOtined and reUuatcl
to kttaud fur the puro of haviiii,' the auuie. ad
justed All erou indebted to ald rMate are
rcuete4 to laului iiuUiediaU) unyiuini e the
Dated till it iUy of Voveinla-r. A. .
U -J-. w HUS. lilllUUEl' 1W 0. Adiu'r
. CAIEO CITY BUfDEHY,
Jk.. TrV. PYATT CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Inlletin Pntldlng, Cor. Iwalitlt Stro
ta4 Waahiiirtwi Avmiu,
CfrCotmtf and atuwadWrk aSpwsialty
Uoerhaavc, the great, butch physician,
fummed up bl. whole expcrleno in one
line: "Keep the brad cool, the fett
warm and throw physic to the dog,"
Had the great aoap manntacturer lived
then, the great doctor would have added,
"And L sure to me plenty of 11. T. nut)
bitt' bet imp."
By virtue ol an exception to rue diverted hr lite
clerk of the Circuit Court of Alexander County in
the tat r Illinois, In lavdrof Iniel . Imc,
aitfiiioliitrator, dc bonis non of Jamn J. Vtiro.
ile.-,-'.el, for the u-e ol Icvi M. lais anl
aatnt WiJllam II. Sandmky, I have levied up
ou the following docriljexl property, tuate.l in
Ihcciiy of Cnir-i, Comity of Alexander, and stato
rf llliuon, i will l.ul nunilM-red thirty (H ) in
IDock niiiiiliei-ed furiy-five (..), a the propertv
ortueiaid Wiliinu) II. sandin-ky, wliich I nlmfl
oUi-T at public rale, at the eolith-went door of the
c.turt hoiiH. in the city ot Cairo, In Mid county,
on the kighth day of lcoeiiilT, A. I'., Is i! at
the hour of eleven o rloc, a.m.. for ca-sh to
BMiiijr niu eiecuiion.
t niro, Il'.g., Soy. l.i.l-ti,. ,.t.
Wherea, Knilly lio'mea of the Citv of f nIro,
county of Alexander, nu t State of flilnoii, by
hercertain mortgage leel, dine executed, nr.
knowieageil and '.teli ered, bearing date tho
seventh flay of Cictober, A. P., 1-7 1, and re
corded in ttve recorder' oitice of aniJ i.oiiiily of
Alexander, in volume (book) "Z," on pfe 1M,
did convey unto ihe undf raigned. hi heirx nnd
a'signia.'t mortg.ti.e, Uie lrl!o,ving u'crinel
proieit, Kituate in tlie city of Hiro, county
of Alexander, anil Mule of Illinois, to-wit:
Lit numbered tw-nty-llve (j.' in block iinm
lierel lll'v-one (M), in tho City of Cairo nf.ire
e aid, wliich Mid mortgage made to secure tlie
ntment of one certain promisor note of toe
euld Eluily Holmea. bearing even date with said
liiortguge, lor the auin of Uvn hundred dollar
payable in two yeun after date, to the order
l tbe underaigned, with Intercut at the rate ol
ten jier cent, per nnnuin, until paid: And
Whereas len,u!t ha. been made in the pay
ment of anid note, and intercut. Now thereiore
public notir li hereby given Mat on the 'Sth
lr of Nuverutur A D. t, at eleven o'clock
a.m., at the wen door of the court houe, in the
City of Cairo, county of Alexander,
and State, of Illinois, I hnll sell nl
public snle to ihr highet bidder for
cah, tbe snid mortgareii pun.iw nd all
benefit of equity ot redemption of the said
Eml'r Holmes, her heir, executors, i.'lminis
trators. or asigns therein, purnant to the pow
ers and provi-MOD In Ihe said mortcage con
tmneil. Konrnr H . tmni UAX.
Cairo. 111.. Oct. 26l K0, .MorHrftgee-
VVuEttrA", M.ina l:obTt3, of thc County of
Alexander Slid Mate Of Illinoi. . br her perrin
tnut deed, or sale morts?e, du!y"execiited, ac
knowlejljrod nod delivered, benring date ihe 1-th
day of August, A. 1 , ond r corded in ti e
lcoixier ft oidce or Alexander county , in tlie
Htate of Jliinon, in book Z of -ale inortkrafci at
pflgeSi), did convey tinto trst'iiia5 t.rvenley a
tniMee, all t.ie lollowing d-scribeil premises,
sitiiaitxl in the county of Alexander nnd .Sfute of
Illinois. tO-W it : I he s-)ll!llptt fmi tiniinl nart
of eeclion tenty-DTe W'), township seventeen
(IT), ranfr-eiwo (.') we-t s u!o the aoutheaat frnc
ional ait of section twenty-six (M), in town
ship seventeen (IT), in range two (') neit, P se
cure the payment of a nromlforv note for the
sum of one hundred and sixty-ei jjl'it dollars, ex
ecuted by the said Marin Kobtrts. unit payable to
uie rc, in me fuih viremttfl iireeiiiey anil
whereas, it is provided in nnd by aaid Uiiet
deed, tliat in case of ilelauU in the payment of
the aid proiiiiaeory note, or any prt thereof,
according to the tenor ami effect of aul-l uote,
then, on upplicauou of tiie lcgul holder of miid
liutc. it -Jii.ii.iI and might be lateful J ir the nn-der-igJCd
Oix'inus t,mnley to aell and di-pi)ac
ol Ihe i.id preiiii.es, and all the rl.-ht, title, lien
eflt, u-id finite of reiUmpticii of aid .Muna
UuIkv!, or lier heirs nnd ahi;'?i therein, at pub
lic auction, at the weft dJurof the court hou-e.
intha city of t auv, iu the count v ef Alexander
and Mate of lUiuoia, tur Ihe lugWt and best
price the same will bring in cauli after having
advenued ui;h tale thirty days lu any nevspa
icr ut tiiat time publiithml in in said city of
Cairo, and to make, exscuU-, and didin-r to the
purchaser or purclauwr at such aie, jood and
oullicitut deed or dwds of conveyanc for the
premise mid, ant out ot the procewls of such
ale to pay all co-ta and expense incurred In a.1
veetising and tllinjf euid prenusea. im ludii'.R
attoruey 'a IU, also I lie principal and iutciest
ou 6aid note ; and, whereas, dtijult has lieL'n
made iu the payment of the said note, principal
and inWrest ; now, therefore, public notice is
hereby given, that in p irsn.mce of Bald eale
mortgage, and by virtue of tbe power and au
thority to me granted in and bv the same, aud
by virtue of the atatnU of M.e f.tiite, 1. the uudcr
eigned. wuI.ob Friday, the lTUi day of Nov., A.
I., Sli. at 'I o'clock, n in., at vt door of the
court boune. in the cut of Catrn. nlt and diatiofce
ot tho pivinitcs above and ia end trust luort-
gageaewi QMcritKd. ana all thenght, title, ben
etlt and equity of redemption of the said .Maria
Roberta Lur heirs or asign9 therein, at public
aucuon, iur rue nignesi sua ocsl price metallic
will Uriu in coth.
rtVEC AU LAKSI.liS. Alt'vlor MrtKak'e
Oct. 17, lo;o.-,Kd,
Ms rrtfte U j Hie i : 1 UfcUntMl
trooilili lrclifiali the in.
fjiil.itlve Ulu!.t kt.ow ca
(ourtalup. limr, l.'is
snl Rrrelsiicma of tlie
. . " erxu ffrrtein.huwtuitirs
Mklnd of Diirues, with hnndrriii of vslnbls rseripts.
Who thoula mmrrv th imnriitnj.nt n n,.p.. ,l,.i.
lure multure. Trealaons'l Luwaira, lallv TiiU:nnr thrir
usf,, ,)rirptniii, ftnd nieiitocurei li it lhfoniy rf:,r
Kiem,8e work or,'., kind etrr puMi.hed. and u conirl
in evrre rftpe-t. 8tiit ewire y tra.cU on rereip. ot i cla.
AddreM. I,r. C A. Itof aNNAt. Kon idih Klhf.
t Aaiui. Mo. E.labiulied iu JkJ7
An fHti!trtrl work fT
I I II II III I ljPa pagM, pntata couu.or
Lha rtiavrriFii aviiJ mar
riaurtaahl on thm tamrim
Of tile etuu iYaieOi, iu lul.
i. uut diacftrlra In tU
cirDce ot n'piXKluctioD i
iir-7 uMjr iu us ntm4 n-iAUon. Ktu;v
uuti)f nd luildjia v"i i.iUaxl ivci ti4 preserv it t It
lOLataUIa it Jennie. IOB. wThiCtl UO AM OaB aVil.alM Lli rata VaVlth .
Out om bow to prvkatrvo lhe heaut, cinir4'ko. aari
Klvvtu itvikxi ciiMiii lh trtuitraj ut youtu i ihm b-- i. i
ontT true MuTi Guida in th voriti. Pric wHiceui
Mill. Im smhur ruf he vtwa.tWprrMn!T.vrhf
ui) tnv oft'icfiirritM-u mHtionetJ in bi r "L ii ijijitm
Xr. A. a. OleUUr. UJ V Liunuum L. CiicaJ. LL
617 St Charles street, St. Louis. Mo.
trolrfr4MtteftwoM4llOene sten lmf
as -if la iks tieeial lr;-..at U .i Ventral, Bciuid
udCrooio tilscaasa Uita sny ii rhTiK.tnUiti.
lais. sacitj papvraiuwv, aa4siibid rtatdcDwkaov.
eyphili, Uonorrhca, Gleet, Stricture, Ors
chilis. Hernia, or Rupture, all Urinary Diaeitea
and Syphil.tio or mercurial pffoction of C.e
throat, kin e bnn, are trmtsd srlih uaparattslei
uuofj. a laiwt ssukiiu priuiiiM. Stlelr, ITnauIr,
6perffl3torrhtxa, Sexual Debility and Impob
wncy,ibsnmitoi BU-tUsiMia jo-jiu, mij1 ti:fia
la m.tartreri,or oth eu,ia, sua walik prodiM oom
of tbs loiloain effurut aerxdoiavia, stiaibai mumAt,
dutlliry, fbmstiuof aljtit, di ttcUi, acmoee. piispitssa Ui
Ikos, pk;aicaltoa;, .rsua MsocUvffir.aiuM.ooDfuiiaa
tr,, ud larnafj, ivicwr.r ta Ji or tuaoplslra cesu aoibnj.
Vsea it i lujjatw..nt to r.tll Uiscny tor trsaicieai,
a'lt ca,p cuarmati'i. wbt-rea&uUrxt.ii It 1, traaklrstau-4.
Vfe kausi li. to I If. U. Muaoits, li at. w I f. at.
' Pimphlet, to tny ddre, for Tws $ampt.
' went ealeta!l three, for 80 Ceuts.
Meahood lad Womieliood Ut Gorman, both
together, Illustrated, I) Cent,
pffiis. ! GUIDE.
ma immim atazina. L
Xlaeant olotti ana git b'nainf. seaiea ror ooo.
O.tr tr.r wga lrful .o l-ura, lru to Ins I aiuckss
ls loiloiiice sutjecia; ao mY marr-, .w ..jt
rroosr u aaarry. VXLOBJurr ft'U, klackuo. WiaBaa
koITrkf akial diaar.' VUs ao. .' J of cliu.. ai4 sawu
Vttoakuiii4 aiarry : Howl: ( anl bar -rlaeM 'asraaai.
Iks rkH)l4y of lUrrtJikKwo, ai 4 aar ansr StWS
Alter a lita-ioii piaei,', lrifiroia a iao ( wa.i
weal aocxtciloo, ft sujht u k wJ aU saut parws,.
than looked up.avi late amoiKlorlost.saitU warr
f Vhnia li Moai.ia Iba ercam of luaxlioal Itter
atu.unibiar aiksnJ la aae ii-aa ""
lo aarsM iu u fir u get tlul pwuaal, tea Umu
r cSSTaHUtikw. aatu bee. kt rat ff . tM safes
Ocsnia trauo. coa.,.i ial aioa to Jin.a. i
e,iwr aaiw, saclaata auwiua,
617 St. Chirlet strett, St Loull, Mo.
DR. WHI1TIER, 617 St. Charles
St, St. Louis, Mo., treats all forms of
Venereal Diseases, Seminal Emissions and
Sexual Debility, witb unparalleled success.
No matter who foiled, call or write J pam
phlet or consultation tree. Can refer t
the medical profession in all parts cf ti e
country. Medicines perfectly safe.
A (SITS WANTED 19 "S.S.-
fcafj Krent" at the Wationavl Capital
AND TUB CABtPaVION Ot l76r
Just the look for the luuea. (aiea a full hitoiy
ofthe Katioual Cepltaluud Goernmeut. bhow
bow ihe irov.rnuieut ha been tnauuuii iuc its
'...animation. ICxplain bow lull are put
through oontirr. Oiveealull btatory of the
Whiaky fraud and Itelknap hrandal. It Kve
the lives of Uayea, Wheeler, Tildeu and ilea
drii'.k. iiraud chance for Areata. Addrces,
e-17-w!w J. II ClUMHtHs, at, LoUi,M9
HANDSOME, DURABLE AND
.... . -
cnEszruL ad an c?z:t ties,
An J a jierfcc.t Combini.tioii of
C5TIf or.r Tintter m rit an 'insert,
rat'ut, t ciul tiie 10 dt r to
EXCELSIOR iViANUFACTURiNG CO.
612, 614, 616 & 613 .v. Hill SJCil,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
O. W. HENDERSON.
A Cvdsus Geed Thing
Ths' cur. lnv.triri!.i;
lh.it lor.q'icis ;rjLdi -.
IT (rL1 AI L
S'rvt r srifX f Kni In ex err Torn.
t,xaiei.8. 1, ,ei.i l.lxee.
xmr.i.r tit. 1 a Hte.Mtt.o..
llednfl.c. I.ltrt iiutlaa. Heart Ila.
t'Hln let S tf . Il.rfc ami Slornft,.
l,r. . . in. r .ro'ers rroau Twp
pi'l liiii Mi.fl lnrltaalli.
Mel- toalut in.fl r roris lfereal.
Is in ilii tt ! r. t !. t'hvu c. irirotitfis. Tarsi It
ah.irp! i .i. iii .i, u, Hver nit atoinarh inimntl.
aloi), u.inii liniu i,v nt.'., ;u erer i-artieUifd Mill
n aud ti!:'i;s i !
P. V. Fatai niLt:
I tstia !n lertiryiav -t fTrloinu' Agne
J ail )ui cur.u m. en t: v i.' suit eAi-etiiKliy. e- ll.a
(kilo, and, iu a Miliun t" tVi..i. tin. r'niauntly
rurHlinvn a t. rpid arti .n of the lir. which ha
nl!ctri n a I., ti rifjual I'lii; u ariaaa : anrt. a
s j..l.e.iiieiir. 1 u, i,.,w rnjoji.ii betier hesllli llian
1 li ive t r t atlie a.
l.ie. tfiille ronrs,
ji'.-kmi ii. rnnavT'iv.
'""1 rn tiinaicr, ( it,, ipr Hli. t).
."! T I r-r:,' t. v II . r,,.w tl r,. ihif ",,nipiiti(1er i.f
IndUiia Utiuii-iit i j ihs,rsiik tho Cuafedr
Tii nt'. Will t- ml 1 y ir. it' v.l'.n ilrnits So not
kf -p tin in. Mm I for h'. K - i 'liiiinv tiiiK lt alnabi
i..:urmanin itbuui lli.a . ..j lnlm iuru.
Dr. D, . raircMH, Fkj CMwaU, 0,
Tnhia'.; IIOLMAN'H FEVER
ANU A ut i; A.Nl Livtrt Pads, that hats lo.-j
r f 1 1 r, ar
Ihe t-.t !!' ?eaia. with a fn.litni,l ri'putttti-n i..r
v .r, .'.".'i ?r K i;E,N, Col' N I EhKkl l KD
AND IUHAiEI Iy clunisy enip iu., uml end.r
fithor iauie. tSumw are a ii, sdlv bo'.on, i.thers no
tetter thin n much law-dual. TllkV AUK BAM.
FKA t Its ; ,,t.n up to sali rn tn nTntat'ou of tl,
fcenuine. tif V NiNE BI T ll"l.M AN'd. HEAklNii
MH UlTrilJt ASD KlONATT KE tlaerel avoiil-
"t u!.appi,!Ltn.nt sr;i in,i9iUub.
E. r. Ii linkers Hitler M ine of Iron
his never been knotrn to fail In the cure of
weakif. .-), attended with symptoms; indiH
poaiiion to exertion, loss Jf memory, diffi
culty ol breathing, general weakness, horror
cf disease, weak, Hurvous trembling, dread
ful boirorof death, uiyht sweats, cold feet,
weakness. itimnis of vinlon, languor, uni
versal iiis-i'udd ot tho niusetilar ytcin,
enormous oppetite with 'dyai'eptio Vynip
touts, h'it handi, fUnhinj; ol the l.oJy, dry.
news of the skin, xillid countgna ce ati 1
ernpiionion the face, purifying the blood,
puiu ia the ba- k, fieavint s ol the eyclidn,
frvijiiciit bUel; aots f!i"S before tho eye
with ti tttpirnrj' suili-ton and los.s of aiilit,
watt ft atti'niioti, etc. These fcTmplouu
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, uv E. V. Hunker Bitter Wine of
Irju. It never laiis. Thousanda are now
enjoytiur lienlth nho iaae used iu Take
ouly K. V. KunUcl'.
I'jwatM of eounterfelt and base iinlta
tiotts. As lCuukol'a bitter Wino of Iron i
o we'.l kuoivn all over the couutry, drun
gi ds ttieiu Selves mke nn imitation and try
lo sell it orl to the r customers, u licu ihey
call (or liunkel'a Hitter M ine or Iron.
Kunke " Hitter U Ins of Iron is put up
ouly in $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on tlie ou siue with tbe pro
prietor's photograph on th wrapper of
each bot'.Io. Alway look for the photo,
srmp'i on the outside, and you Will always
be sure to pet the itcnuine. Oue dollar pet
bottle, ur bix for $.'. told by druxitUu and
ALL WOUMS REMOVED ALIVE.
V.. Y. Ktinkel' Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy 1'in Seat and biotuaeh Worms.
Or. Kuiiail, the only sueeeiodul physician
who riiaove Tape 'Worm ia two hour
alive, ' i U head, uud no fee until removed,
Couin.'..i euss teaehea that il Tape Worm
be tcii.oveil, all other worm ran be readily
de-troveil. send lor circular to Pr. Kun
Lei, No. Jj!) .NoriU Ninth Hreet. l'hiladel-
ptua, I'a., cr c ill on your diumt atd ask
lor a bolt I of kuukei'x Worm Syrup.
t rice, ?i.tm. jiueerta .
1VM KA i:.
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City Fauoaal Saak Baildiaa;, ae-ftaixr.
The Oldaat EsUbUahed Awy U Soatt.
eru lUlraoie, repreaentlner
tes ooo ooo