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J. O. LYNCH'S
fieal Estate Column
Ali-xamlcr county lands t'airo lnt,
xi'lmngc for Ht. Louis pnwrly.
A fine residence on corner lUlbrook
venufi mid Twenty-third ilrwr, t a
The south halt of the rilot" houc nt
Several tine rooms lu Winter's Mock.
Good two lory lirlck suitable for
;,rr and ofllces on Comnicrclul avenue,
x 'tween Eleventh mid Twelfths
Ilrick dwelling corner Nineteenth
Saloon and llxtiires. noiithvrt corn
r Eighteenth street and Coniinercial
tvenue, at a bargttln.
Dwelling hoiHe on Cro4 ntteet, we
ol Washington avenue.
Two liiiiieKliouds n Lev u ctre t,
Above Eighth, $20 each
Store room on Commercial avenue,
j'Xt to Wavcrly liottl.tlO.
Two dory house on Comtniriial av
enue. Two tenements hh'i table fr ehojis
Store room, corner Twentieth and
I'p stairs of bonne on Coininerelal av
enue, mar lath street. Suitable for
J welling, $5.
Tenements numbered $, 3 nnd 10
Winter's Uow. 5 rooms each for $10
per month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parU ot the city.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
Lands, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford Uic entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ot the llullttln. All orders for frame
etc., should be tent to him or h it at
this ofllec. We be.'peak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be-
to wed upon us. liis assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
rompctition and he guarentecs satisfuc
tion lu all c;t.es.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 170.
It Cairo Uutlktiv Co.
Ttialla ftaloou-Urand Fr l.tinrb,
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ot Tweltth street
ntwl Waehitigton avenue, excels all
other in his line of business In hi free
iunche. Every morning at teu o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch which would
lo honor to any saloon in the land. His
friends should imke a note of this and
jive him a call. 20-dl m
J. lirtirK SUelnhouiMt.
on Eighth street, two doors trom Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
lashlonuble tmlr cut or a smooth t-have
,r nyihliiir tlw In the ti.rlMT line. La
dles' and children' hair cut or dresel.
f ither at the shop or their homes.
For a mooth have, a neat and f.ilt
imtile hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
KO to Ed. Diuxtou.at the planters' barber
parlor. The licit of iierfiiriiiries and
hair touies always kept on hand. The
tmth room connected with this cutablifh
inent is the only one in the city, and Is
always kept in the neate&t order, realy
for the convenience of customers. ft
has the largest and finest stock ot llo;
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
in Cairo, lie can nit a child from four
up to any age, tit prices to uit the
-100 pieces of prints, 100 pieces p ans,
500 pieces of muslin. New styles and
best brand at the New York fclore. Full
Jne of dry goods. 1 l-2-5t
Mrs. Daniel Lam pert will continue the
barber business of her late husband, at
thuold stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the supervision of John
I.ampert who Is a flrst-cla barber and
invites old and new customers to give
him a Ml. tt.
J fir-t-chm runner is wanted at the
Delta housj. Call immediately. None
but a tint-class one need apply. tf
Wanted ftoo Men,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
fetock of Overcoats and Men and Boys
uit3 at prices to suit the times.
Mothers cu secure health for tbtlr chil
dren and rest fur themselves by the uh of Cas
tor, a irfoct substitute tor Cutor Oil. II is
abselutcly harmless, aud is as ,leasant to take
as honey, for Wind-Collio sour toruach,
worms or constipation, tor young or old, there
is nothing in existence lilo It. It Is certain. It
i soetdy, tt is cheap.
Caked Breasts, RhuumtiBm, i-
eia. swelliugs, sprains, .tiff joints, bura
scsld olonou biti. and nil flesh, bone aud
niUBcle ailments, can be absolutely cured by lb
Jentur liniment. What the White Liulmeut
H for the human taruily the Yellow liniment
is for spavined Railed aud laui bones and ant
inuls. 8 il-lltw
Haoun' Magnolia Halm preserves
and restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and tallow nets ; makes the
kln soft, white and delicate. Itsappll
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Katiuiron makes beautiful,
flossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has tood
he test of 40 year. Is charmingly per
fumed and ln no I '.vd.
RATI'! or AIM EBi mXO.
1.9 All bills fur dTerthutif, are due and pay
able im ADTAJCS
Transient svlrerllelojr will lx Inserted at tlie
rate of f 1 HI ier square for the first insertion
and fiu cent lor each aubiequent one A llheral
discount will be msda on Handing sod disjil
For inserting funeral notice II 'O Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orJers no cent for
Clmrch, Society, festival and Supper nolle
will only be inserted a advertisement
Ko advertisement will be received at leas Uisd
So oente, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less thun three dollars !er month
LOCAL III . .lOTIM'.H
Of one quare (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Uuf.u.Tix as follows : (iss
than one square counted as n square.)
One insertion per square .V)
Two insertions per square-. 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 73
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square- ;i .V)
Special rates made on large advertise
ment or for longer time,
ASCALO.N LOtlUK, No. M.
Knight of Pythias, meets erery Fri
day niirbt at hall"it evrn, in Odd'
riliowa' nan . iiowb.
Al.KXANDKR LOIGB, NO. 4.
Iiidrprndeut OrdT of Odd-Frl
town, meets ercry Tnurloy nfht
- ai IUfcl 1- T"-Trn. lu in.-,,
oiiinirciui avviiuc-, iH:Twrf-n i-iin w r-,ruiu
i'clJ N. A. I'Svjkk. N Ij
"l.Vlltr KNf;AMrMKST, I. O. O. F.,niit
ni Oild-Fellowe' Hall on the firet and third
I iicfrlny in every mouth, at half-pivM wven
A . iim., C V
A CAIItOU)IKiE. NO.S37.A.F. A A. M.
mfr- liuld rrvular critntniini'-atione in Ma
TK sonic ifall, eonier Comiiirrial avenue
' 'aul Klphlh etrwt, on tl.e wond and
'otirth Mondav of each month.
America's Grand Novelty !
OWE WIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday Ev'g, Nov. 22.
Toe Justly celebrated and great original
A brillUnt arr of Gra- and Iteanty. jrc-ent-mg
the tnrtt Minstrel !Hneevr itursd.
The Uashing aud I'rle,
MABEL 8 ANT LET '8
London Burlesque Troupe,
Their tlrt ap(ernre in America, in the (Treat
Mueical Uurlei-ue, re w ritten an'i
X J3SL X O W
With all the iKdiabtfid Music, SIi(rniflcnt
Coetumea ami enic t atif ; alo Intro
duciug IheCharminK and Oracvful,
M'LLE KABI DELACOUK 8
New Trout ol
Parisian Can-Can Dancers,
Aiiftu.mt I by a
Superb Corps of Specialty Artists,
Funning tntrether the nuitt Marvelous and At
tractive tnunainmrnt in the WorW.
Notwitb!ndinf the Immense eiene, the
PRICES WILL REMAIN AS USUAL.
For full parti'-ulari ami lint of artists, nee smuU
liiil. l.'e-erved heats eecureil thie days in -
vance, without extia churKe st I 'an Ilartman's.
ll-l'.-.tt. A.f. LE.A 111, isen 1 Act.
srXDAV. NOVEMBER 19. 187P.
l.or Weather Report.
Cino. 111., Nov. 1. ItfT'i.
II A II
1 i do
.10. KV) 4
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Perseant. Siicnal Service, I'. S. A.
Bill Head and Monthly Statement, pink
and yellow, at the Bllletix ofllce. tf
Hnsiarss llouae for Kent.
Tho briek building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able term. Apply to B. F. Blakk. If
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
I.ndiea Void Watch.
For t-ale, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch ; retail price $75 00, will be
told for $55 ; 00 has never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Kilter Tea fcel.
One Rogers, Smith & Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, G pieces, entirely new,
retail price $00 00, can be bought for
$15 00. Apply to E. A. Burnett.
The largest and tines t Stock of G tuts
Furnishing Goods cau be found at Ike
Walder's, corner ot Sixth and Ohio
For Kale or I.estae. lta Arlington
This well known and popular hotel Is
uow offered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premises. l'uus, B. Ellis,
Mother Goose Operatta.
Ou Tuesday evening, Nov. 2W, at 8
o'clock p.m., will bo presented at the
residence of Chas. Galfgher, Esq., tor
the benefit ot tho Church ot the Re
deemcr, tho comic operatta ot Mother
Goose, to which the public generally
are cordially luvlted. The little folks es
pecially, who are aupposcd to bo better
acquainted with Mother Goose tnan their
elder', will enjoy making the personal
acquaintance of their lalthful friend.
Come one, come all, without turther ln
vltadou. Admission 50 cents. Children
halt price. Itelrvsl.nients will also be
Wo will iiflv nn hllla fur iroods or mer
chandlso purchased for the Bi'LLtTix
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase Is matlo oil a wrltteu order signed
L... ...... .,.1.1 A - ...
oy me. I'n-eiuf ni vr secretary or tne coni'
pany. Cairo Billktix Co.
Apples for Hats.
Two hundred barrels tlue apples tor
ale on steamer T. F. F.ckert. Aiust be
sold a once : and w 111 bo sold at a bar
gain. It. K. . Uius.v. Master.
To merchants and manufacturers. A
practical book-keeper, whose venlngs
are unoccupied, tvculd take charge of a
set of booki at a moderate salary. Pres
ent position a guarauteo of eRlcieucy
aud responsibility. Address, for an In
terview, Accountant, this otllce. H-3f.
The salu of the MeKcnie residence
and lots 3:1.31, 16 and Iff, In block 80, in
this cit-, fronting 00 feet ou Filth street,
and CO feet on Sixth street, was put up at
auction yesterday morning. There was
a large number of gentlemen present,
but no one seemed lu the buying humor,
and as a consequence, the house was bid
In, the highest price ottered being
11,823,00, Mr. A. Susanka being the bid
tier. Ilia I luveatlaatlon.
Mr. John Q. IJarmati yoeterday served
a notice on Mr. John A. Reeve, tho
newly elected circuit clerk, notifying him
that the investigation as to tho legality
of his election would begin on Tuesday.
Reeve cays that he. didn't think the d U
thing would give him so much trouble or
he wouldn't have had anything to do
with it ; but now that he's got Into If, he
will go through or "burst." lie thinks
there can be fraud proven on both par
ties, and says llarman cannot throw out
enough illegal votes to overcome his ma
jority. We thall see.
Brackets, brackets ! Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, just opened.
Designs entirely new from 25c. up. Ladies
toilet brackets, hat racks, paper and card
receivers, slipper eases, match sales, etc.
Rustic frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up in four diflerent
sty res. Beautiful heavy moulding trames.
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautiful photograph frames, oval
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite city shoe store,
.Mrs. Swander's old store. Agents wanted.
Barkis Is Willln'.
Cahio, 111., Nov, IP, 1870.
Mr. Editor Cario Bi-llktin Dear
Sir: 1 notice In your morning number
of the 18th Inst, your congratulatory
comment on my defeat as candidate for
states attorney. You say that 1 am pa.
tient. Truly, and so was Job patient ?
but Job was afflicted with "biles' only,
while your huaiMe servant was sorely
afflicted with the Democrats. 1 am quite
willing to submit my cave to the good
citizens of the great city of Cairo and
county of Alexander, Illinois.
I heartily accept your kind embrace
as offered, with this qualification : Per
sonally, I extend to you my right hand
in fellowship ; politically, 1 respectfully
decline, unless you join me and us in our
excellent Republican views.
Your obedient servant,
J. C. Shaver.
A Bold, Bad Man.
His name i? well call him Kobbs, for
short. He uses such language as "1
gave one of them the wiuk, and the other
one tumbled, and wouldn't stand the
racket. Then they both sherried. It
was nixey weeden, my cully." That's
the w ay he usually expresses his opinion
and enlightens the Ignorant public, lie
became so outrageously bad at table
the other day that the cook a very in
telligent lady, a relic of Uncle Tom's
cabin concluded to make him dine in
the stable with our yellow, but very
much educated, horse. The animal
wouldn't stand his internal slang and
nonsense at the lirst meal, but bit off the
red appendage to the top of Nobbs'head
and kicked him out of the stable. He
now recognizes the rights of civilized
and enlightened people, and disposes of
choice extracts ot English, which have
been strangers to him for a quarter ot a
There will be services at the Christian
church to-night at 7 p.m. All are invited
There w ill be the usual services at the
Church of tho Redeemer, Fourteenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, this morning and evening,
conducted by the Rev. Charles A. Gilbert.
All are invited to attend.
The first Quarterly meeting for tbU
conference year will take placj to-day,
at the M. E. Church, corner Eighth and
Waluut streets. Rev. B. 1. Pierce will
preach at 11 co'lock, a.m., after which
the Sacrament ot tho Lord' Supper will
be administered. The usual services at
night. Everybody is inviteJ. Sunday
School at 3 p.m.
The Rev. B. Y. George will conduct
services as usiiul lu tho Preebyterlau
Church, Eighth street, between Wash,
ington avenue and Waluut struct, this
morning and evening. All are cordially
The rentals SlinilreU.
On Wednesday night the Madame
Reutz Female miiistrcl troupe will ap
pear at the Atheneutn. This company id
pronounced the best of its kiud In ihu
country, and to those who would witness
w hat is called a "rich, rare, and racy
show, we say go. The Augusta, Ga
ChrenicU say of the company :
This company performed to a crowded
houso last evening. Parquette, dress
circle and gallery were packed. Female
minstrels uro noveuies in mis aeciiou ot
the Union, but Judging front their recep
tion last niifht. not a displeasing Innova
tion. The reportoiere, as usual in min
strel performances, consisted ot singing,
dancing, sketches ot Ethiopian life. etc.
The vocal music was exceptionally good.
One of the sweetest ballads that we have
ever heard was the Valley of Charmo
nie," as sung by Miss Ella Love. Zuela,
fem de gymnast, U a host herself. The
performance on the trapeze was f xcel
lent, and the Indian club exhibition a
marvel of grace and fwminine strength.
The Love Sisters are skillful jig dancer.
Tho performance closed with tho musi
cal burlesque "Ixlon," which was well
put ou the btsge, and creditably ren
dered. Mlsa Ylrlander as Ixiou, Miss
Mabel Santley as Mercury, and Miss
'1-JLL--J- .'-.I-.. 11 L ..1.J!'
Blauche Scftou as Venus, wwc especially
noticeable. Tho sensational Parisian
dancers brought the extravitganza to a
close. This evening there w 111 be an en
tire change of programme, concluding
with "Fra Dlavolo,1' a musical burlesque.
MOTHER GOOSE OPERATTA.
Ilaverly'a Wew Orleans HinatreU.
Mr. Fred Bardwell, the clever and gen
tlemanly forerunner lor ilaverly'a fa
mous New Orleans minstrels, arrived In
this city yesterday morning, and Is still
hero making the necessary prepara
tions for the appearance ol bis company
at the Atheueum next Friday night.
The fact that Haverly Is still the proprie
tor ol the troupe Is a t tiOlclent guarantee
thnt It has not depreciated in worth since
its last visit to Cairo, w hen our amuse
ment lovers were treated to a feast of fun
such as lias rarely been enjoyed by them.
But by aglancoat the tnagnltlcent pos
ters and programmes, and Haverly rv l
vcrtises nothing that ho cannot produce.
It will he seen that tho troupe Is even
better than ever before. In addition to
the company that appeared here list
winter, which embraced some ol the befit
negro comedians traveling, the New
Orlcaus minstrels boast of Gossand Fox,
who are famous throughout the world.
They occupy the ends in the part, nnd
arc pronounced by the press nnd public
to be "simply great." Another addition
that has been made to tho company is
that of the "Xew Orleans Four," song
and dance men, who have treated a sen
sation throughout the east and north.
The company has spent the entire sum
mer and fall In the north and east, and
have met with the most flattering suc
cess. They will btay In our city but one
night, and those who wUh to attend
and enjoy a hearly laugh, should pro
cure their seats early at Hartman's as
the Atheneutn will no doubt be crowded
to Its utmost capacity.
A Stunbach ot Evansville was a guest
at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. Bon F. Blue, ot the Mississippi
Central railroad, is in New Orleans.
T. Eckamon ol Terrc Haute, Indiana,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
day. Mr. Fred Bardwell, advance agent for
Haverly's tamous NewOrleam minstrel,
is registered at tho St. Charles.
Miss Dora Ebcrhart. of Alexandria,
Mo., who has been a guest at the resi
dence of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert R. Riley for some weeks
past, left this city for her home yesterday.
Miss Emma Riley, oldest daughter ot
Captain Riley, accompanies MUs Eher
hart as far as St. LouW.
A glance over tho register at the St.
Charles yesterday revealed the names ot
the following persons: Wm. C. Coinp.
ton. Wm. Mitchell and R. W, Ryan, of
Cincinnati ; S. L. Mason, of Louisville,
A. M. Stratton, St. Louis; J. II. Clare
Bradford, Ohio ; T. J. Kepport, Chi
cago,; ;. Scliuinmerer. Baltimore ; James
W.Hall, DuQuoin; T. F. Smith, St.
Louis; X. B. Fowler, steamer Henry
C. Yager, M. X. Bryant, St. Louis; A. G;
Clifford. EvansvlUo; W. S. Swartz,
Charleston, S. C.
MOTHER GOOSE OPERATTA.
Mother Uooir, Tneadajr Sight.
Everything is now In readiness for the
parlor concert, to be given at Mr. Chas.
Galigher's residence on Tuesday night.
To-morrow night the last rehearal will
take place, ond ou the next evening
"Mother Goose" will be produced In a
manner that will do credit to all who
take part In it. After the play refresh
ments will be served. Proceeding
"Mother Goose" an Instumental and vo
cal concert. In which a number ot the
best musicians ol the city will take part
will be given. '1 he programme for this
part of the iutertainment is s follows :
Mulligan Guards Misses Daisy
and LUa Halliday.
SONO, FROM "OITR OK M1G.NON."
I'm Fair Tltonla Mrs. D. Axtel.
DI KT, INSTRUMENTAL
Qui Vive Gallop Misses iul-y
Halliday and Lizzie Wood.
Grand Valse Radiense, Gottchalk...Mrs.
Henry Halliday and Mrs. Saunders.
The musical portion of the concert will
be conducted by Mrs. Saunders.
This concert promises to the grand
est ever given the ladies of the Church
of the Redeemer, aud will certainly al
tract a large audience.
Every preliminary arrangement for
the comfort and pleasure ot those who
attend has been made by Mr. and Mrs.
Galigher. Hacks w ill convey ladles and
gentlemen to the residence from any
part of tho city and returuiug after the
conclusion of the entertainment. Fare
each way ten cents. Admission to tho
concert will be fifty cents for adults aud
MOTH ER GOOSE OPERATTA.
The "Iron Trail."
A spicy sketch, descriptive of a trip
over the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of tho Rocky Mountalus,
by "Nyiu Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
tho Sau Juan GuUe, maps and time ta
bles of this new and popular route trom
Kansas City and Atchinson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, Xew
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines.
The finest line ot Pullman sleepers ou the
continent between the Missouri river and
the Rocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' ticket! from
the Missouri river to Deuver at $50, good
to stop off at all points. Address,
T. J. AxcERsojc.Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
A practical book-keeper and account
ant desires to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or writing ot
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings II necessary. Address
W. F. r.. P. O. box 661, Cairo UlluoU.
tel. t.oflner'a I.eetnrf-jSoma Word
ol Advire in Intro.
Col. II. Lottuer delivered, Friday
night, his lecture at tho Athcneum on
the Interesting subject of direct trade be
tweer Europe and the .MisnisVippl Val
ley. The person, who honored tin; the
ater with their presence were thosn who
were always ready to manifest an biter
et In anything that concerns the mate
rial and moral welfare of our population,
nnd thev were favorably Impressed with
the Information received. Wo never can
have too much Information. Information
gives knowledge and knowledge Is
power, lectures on patriotic subject
should be patronized as well ns Rip Vim
Winkle and Can Cnn perforuiAwc.
The lecturer explained the condition ot
the southern and western stnw . In gon
ers!, with respect to their commercial
am) financial condition.
He explaine I the mode ol future direc'
exchange of European inAiiul'aclured
goods lor soul hern nnd w estern staple
goods, and the hem lit derived from more
close aud intimate business relations w ith
the great center of commerce and wealth
lu the old woild.
The grand international commercial
movement contemplated not only,
but fully prepared by this
time, he thinks, will be put
in effective operations, as soon us
Captain Ead's jetties are completed and
the election excitement has parsed over.
The lecturer spoke then in particular
on the Importance of tho direct trade
movement for our city of Cairo.
"Before coming to Cairo," ho saidl "I
was told that Cairo was in danger of be
ing washed away, but I see now that it is
childish to entertain such an opinion, be
cause the repair ot the Mississippi levee
actually in construction w ill protect the
city and the permanent work now being
done by the government will place the
city altogether out of any kind of dan
ger." The pressure under which Cairo suffers
seems to be heavy taxatiou caused by
eacrilices made in capitol lor the con
struction of railroads, which give but lit
tle proportional benefit to the city. A
revival of the steamboat trade would do
more good to Cairo, and still more good
would do tho fstablismeut ol factories,
than all these rjilroaJ. 'J'bo iiccc..nry
elements for each are here, wood and
coal, the latter only tifty miles lroni lu re,
of superior quality with regard to do
mestic purposes aud cheaper than the
Pittsburg coal. Messrs. H.illiday Bros. ,
cll superior coal, out ot their mine sixty
miles from fairest $3 W per town, and
have sold by contract even as low as 2
15. Raw material, of which I tniutioa
only iron cud cotton, aru close at your
hand, and if you would utilize
them the consumer would come to
your door to buy what he now buys at
St. Louis, Ch'engo, Cincinnati nnd Louis
viile. Then you have several of the
finest rivers to give you cheap and easy
communication to and from any number
of markets. It is true you require capi
tal to establish lactones, and, as you can
not expect that foreign capital though anx
ious lor Investment, would run af.er you
begging you to be accepted, it may bo
worth w hiletogive some little inducement
to those who may be desirous ot investing
capital In a city which offers advantages
of which but few places can boast.
Other cities, farther south, are making
similar eflorts, where less natural facili
ties exist and where epidemics threaten
the health and lives of tho working peo
plea disadvantage ol which your city
again is tree.
The result of the presidential election,
the lecturer thought, would not hear
heavily on the international movement
mentioned. 1c is true governments can
do a great deal to loster enterprises or to
lay obstacles in the way, but in this case
no help or subvertion Is asked ot tho
government. It Is rather a direct appeal
on the good will and the energies of the
people. Whoever may be elected, this
grand nnd fur-reaching international
prospect will be carried out.
A Card to the rnblle.
Ou the 15th iiiKt., the undersigned will
assume the general management of the
"palatial" Tremont House in Chicago,
where he hopes to meet ull of his old
patrons, friend, acquaintances, ami the
travelling puhlio generally. Especially
will he be pleased to meet all who may
visit Chicago from Cairo, to whom he
w 111 extend a cordial welcotue. We have
leased the St. Charles for a term of years
to E. R. Eguew, Esq., ot Cincinnati,
who took possession on the lnt day ot
November. Mr. Egncw Is a gentleman
ot large hotel experience, which he will
at once put in active operation at the St.
Charles. The building will immediately
undergo a complete aud thorough reno
vation. The bed-rooms will b refurn
ished with new and modern furniture,
and the entire house greatly Improved in
all Its oppointmeuts. The hotel will
continue to be kept In first-class style,
and second to none outside the rlty of
Chicago. We trust Mr. Eguew lu mak
ing these extensive repairs will secure
the hearty co operation of the merchants
and citizens of Cairo, and as far as po:..si
ble their patronage so that tho St.
Charles may In the future, as in the iasi,
be a source ol pride and credit to tl.e
city of Cairo. Respectfully,
H-ll-ot Jewiit Wilcox.
Hundnjr Mr boo I Contention .
A Sunday s.hool convention of all
the schools in the six Sunday school dis
tricts of Southern Illinois w ill open at
Du Quoin to-morrow. Parties desiring
to attend from this city, we are requested
to say, can procure tickets for tho round
trip for one and a fifth fair, by applying
at the ticket otHce ol the Illinois Central
Yesterday I had such a bad cold that 1
could not speak. 1 used Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, and to-day I am as well as
ever. It ouly cost me 25 cent.
Popular illustrated book (260 pages) en
Manhood I Womanhood ! MakkiaciI
Impediments to Marriage) the cause and
cure. Sent seturtfy ita.'iJ, poat-paid, lor 50
cents, by Da. C WnnTita, 617 St.
Charles Street, St Louis, Mo., the peat
specialist. Read his work.
Alexander the fSmnt mf thn flnrdlnn I
knot with otio Mow ot the sword. But
the victories of peace are greater than
those ot war, and B. T. Babbitt's Rest
Soap itas accomplished more than Alex
ander, for it ruts Ihe Oordian knot of
filth nnd cloanllncs with mng ease nnd
certainty, and recreates humanity instead
of destroying It.
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neinw hin water or i:i.
JAMES W Alios,
s'vt'Kfntif, Sljtniil sn-rvi"', y r. A.
Steamer .James Fisk, Padtn-ah.
fity ol Chester, Memphis.
" John W. Garrett, barges, X. O.
' Belle of Memphis, Sr. Louis.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" Thomas Sherlock. X. O.
Steamer .lames Fisk, rudnciih.
City of Chester, St. Louis.
' Celiua. Naivillc.
Hollo of Memphis, Memphis!.
" Idlewild, Evansville.
" Colorado, Vlcksburg.
" Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati.
The Celina brought fifty tons ot pig
Iron, nnd thirty bags ot wheat and some
other freight. She put nil at Hillman,
Ky., eighty bundles, two hundred and
thirty-three bars, mid Hity tons of pijr
The Idlewild brought 100 bbls. of po
tatoes for Xew Orleans, 100 bundles
spokes for Woodward, 200 packages of
stone for the Iron Mountain railroad,
and other freight. She also had on board
Dan Costeloe's circus.
The Thomas Sherlock discharged a lot
of sugar on her way up Friday night.
The Belle Memphis lias a fair trip. She
added about 25 tons here.
The Colorado pae-l down Friday
night for Vit'k-hurg.
The wrnth-r is yet cloivly mid eool.
The Henry C. V eager, as we slated
yesterday morning, had been lightened
off the ground by the Katie P. Kountz,
I again stuck in the mud ut the place
where she llsrt went aground.
The City of Chester pasrd up Friday
night, h aving ;i(0 bales of cotton here.
The John F. Toile has a big trip, and
added 200 bbls of lane here. She has 700
bales of cotton which goes to Liverpool
via Xew Orleans, at a les rate ot freight
than it cnn be shipped by way of Xew
r. F. liuiikel'M Hitter Wine of Iron
has never been k"own to fail In tho rare of
weakness, attended with sytni touts; Indis
position to exertion, loss uf luniuory, dilli
ctilty of breathing, jjenerat weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, col J feet,
weakness, tiininens of vision, liinuor, uni
versal lassitude ot the uiusoular system,
enormous appetite wita dyspeptic myinp
tom, h'it hnu 1, flashing of tho boJy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid eountenat ee aiid
eruption on the face, purilying the blood,
pain in the bark, heaviness' ol the eyelids,
frequent black spots living before the eyes
with temporary ulll-iou and loss of night,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands sra now
eoioytng health who have med it. Take
only E. F. Hunker.
Kewaro of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kuiiktl's Bitter Wine of Iron is
well knoivn all over tho country, drng
trttts themselves ra&ko an imitation and try
to sell it otfto tha'r customers, when they
call for K link el's bitter Wine or Iron,
Kimke.'s Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only In 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
uicidy put on tho ouHiue with the pro
prietor's photograph on th wrapper of
each liottio. Always look for the photo
graph 011 the outside, and you Will always
he sure to gi t the genuine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for ti. hold by druggist and
A LI j WOIOIS ItEMOVtD AI.IVK.
K. F. Hunker Worm Syrup nevet fall
to destroy Pin Seat and Moinaidi Worms.
lr. Kunkel, the on'y xuem'shiul plisUin
who removes Tape Worm in two hour
a ive, with bead, und no fee until removed,
Common sense teaelis that ii Tape Worm
be temoved, all other worms etui be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to lr. Kuu.
kcl, S. 2.VJ North Ninlb street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or e.ill on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel' Worm ryrup.
Price, l.Ot). It never tails.
Etut of John Rrown, deceased.
T he unilfftniuntd. having tn appointed ad
ministrator of the etale of John Lroun. lute of
the county 01 lnaniler and Statu of Illinois,
Uwiasrii. hrely given notice that he will u
lr lrfoi the county eourt of Aletaii'ler
county, at Ihe Court house ill Cairo, at the le
cembvr term, on the third MomUy in Drceiu
ber next, at wlileh time all larsons nav iik claims
atfnlust asil estate aia notnied ami requested to
attend for the purpose of having Ihu same ad
justed. All person indebted to said e.tate ara
requested to make immediute pa nu ut 10 the un
dersigned. Paled IhlsIthdsTOfOet'iWr, A. D.,ls7S.
W 1LLIAM W Kl;LK, Adiu r.
November S. UTS. w-mt-
??.::.. deduced to m m
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board. 3d Tlocr $3 .00 Tt r Day
Spaolal Rates by Week or Month.
A limited number of very desirable l .mily
rouiua can L secured at reasonable rts Jr Uu
Summer luouihs. ... , .
The fet. Charles is the lariroataml lest unpoint
ed ilotisA iu (southern Illinois, and is Hie lea l'int
I. ,1.1 l I sir.. Notu llhaLUlldlllif the "ln.l
Kock" reduction iu price, the odd will.ua
usual, lie liucrMlly supplied w ith Hi vtj- best
uf everything ituit cau be louud iu Murfcct.
r kua larica sample rooms for commercial tTUV
eleis. ou around floor, ! of chart
rtAll uaxKaa-eof KuesU conveyed tl and trots
Ui uotad wituoul cluu'a)
i m ,p m m -aw 11
IT - 1 A I
(Or if" place! in. lino, orer)
!6 MILES OF
i. Ka i 1
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1375
r.VUtY M'uVli Id
. ,.,o j iy t...'Him,i;.jii
, Vt"!.ei-.n.r L'f'l or s..l
Non. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Jt:irveloiu. C'oiiiliination ot
And all (he K;wntlfil Points that to to Make nn
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Kver Offered to the rublir.
Made Only by the
Ex celsior Manufacturing o.,
Ntn. nn, on, filii and fill N. Main ft.,
Nt. I.onia, Ma.
O. W. HENDERSON,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Bank Building, up-itairf.
:he OMent Established A-ncy In Sout3
tru Illinois, representing over
tor, ooo ooo
Yl -Tl AGUE
That courts InTtstiratloui
IT CTHKS) A IX
I rirrsuit jtrneln every form,
;sp..iu. larpiit Llr,
II end lie. I l.ee ouvtaa. Heart niscasr.
falui la N dp, ll.ra aad Sluaiarh, Me.
1 hear sn tuar . wsrearareM rraaa Tar
ta anu Inatsresiloi..
aivfi tluslua ar.u ' e rnlcred.
Is mrdicuiej r ill, ff.rt!T. rnmponnJs. Cnrss bT
abtorptitm, artn ni i1j iiet nun storearh iDimsdl
ately, tklii- trom the ).u i,. e,ci) article vl Mala
ria and UiliLin ituu.
Pa. T. V.'. Fuse i.iir:
I take i!raiiito In Iclifjinir that TTnlman's Asos
Tail liun euif.l ine, rr. u pli l ert.M-ti.shr, ol tha
chilis, and, iu s.ltlUion t.. tl:s.it peruianeatly
rureininu.a torpul ai ti n l ti n liver, wtau h ha
ulij.ricit me to r. ilixJl.nl I i,ti.;: a'uukt; a "1. aa
e ri'ii-eiuere c. I am n u iui m t .liar trail tl ibau
1 liae lor Iwetie vfs s.
ji.v i n ., y-'PVT"W,
An.isrsli t l'oli,.;l. i-i' . .1 i .t.l a.i. O.
f"l. Tlicrnf't.'. welt i i t -1 . ..umuvler 1
ii luuii.a b'liiiiuiii in tin- v.. : u.iU (lis Cuufedsr
l'ti. t:. WV n i ' tie f it Vr n dmcclst 4 net
k-'-p tfiM.i. n i . i.... . .Mi.iii'iiia biiifli aluabia
lu.iru...ii"ii i...:t ihu ui.,h llul euiaiite.
Dr. D. W. rairciil fl, Frcp., Cifltati, 0,
I.Iks eTBrTtliiir nlimblo
ANi Mil t ANU MV,
,ii PaIik. that bats stood
tH test i..r )M, wtih a national repntatiun f r
tt.-ir elu.icj, AUK llEIMi t ol'N I KhUITKU
AND l.MIIAIKD lr eluoiey erup.r'. and uudsr
it!:er i sines, hums are a deadly nvi"n. others
l-tter Uihuso Diueh saw dut. THfY AKK IMSK
It a I' Us ; I'ntfn up tn s-ll on th ' r putatlun of rtie
yonuiii'v Ht V MINK MI T Hill MA'-. BKARINii
HH l ll'TIKK AN O S'elNAllHi;. tUsrst aiuld
I nn d.'Mppoiutmenl and nupciiticm.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
And Denier in
No. 76 OHIO LEVE.
SFKCIAL attantioi ner toconsininieBU ad
tlllinK orler .
No Q Ohio I sveo,
t e tr.
Uf'iteof I'eter Uwd, deceased.
Hie undtisinned having lieeu iiolnted a.U
iniuinivatru ol tlie eslJta of I'eter I'owd, lateol'
ti e eountv rf Aletauderand state of Illinois.
tlecevHed lit reliy Rive, notice that she will
icai before the county court of Aledu let
county, ai tne eoiii i H"ii-e iu lano, at in tie
reuiber term, ou Ine ll u l Mooduy lu Iteceadar
nt, at whieti tin.e ull m.is"M4 having- eUnus
aiiainst said e.ulu ai . oil tint aewt reis sie-l
to atteud lor the i urix.se of having thsi saiiMta t'
justed All rsous iudetiieU lu said eaial are
reueatad to luaka iiuiuediala nsyoMUit tu Um
Hated this 1st da? of VoTeruorr. A. U-,
U-2-iW MKij. it Hi IX. l iWWl. AdA'r.
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