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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander eoitnty lands, Uairo Ms in
exrlwnge lorHt. Louis properly.
A fine nsldenen on corner Jlalbrook
aveuue and Twenty-third street, at a Imr
vain. ColU.rc on Sixth atreet between Wo-h-Ington
avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth street bet wet u
Walnut and Cstlar, $1,.V.
stoic room lately oceui-ied lij Howe
Mwliine Co., on Commercial avenue, be
twren Tfiith und Eleventh afreet.
The ttr-t floor of a brlek l welling cor
ner ol Nineteenth and Poplar etret .
Cottage on the north Mile of Twelfth
.street between Walnut and Cedar.
nuslnes. liou- on Ia vw etrei t above
Klght, and In nv repair.
JJooiim In a two torv house on Corn
menial avenue Utween Xluli and Tenth
Store, room near eornei of Twentieth
ar.d Poplar strut;
Tenements 3, I, 5 and 10 in Winter's
Kow lor ?10 per tnontu, and in flr-l-el.i's
Cottage on Twi nlj -llrst ctreet between
Sycamore and I'oplar.
Kocrns in nearly every part of tin- city.
FOlt I.KA-iK OH SALE.
jnds in tracts to t-uit, war Ciiro.
We have, tin day fold to Mr. E. ( '
Ford the. entire lot of moulding' tool
etc., of tlie picture framing department
ol the Hulletln. All order for frame?
et, fhould be nt to blm or l-ft nt
tbi ofltcc. Wc liespeak lor him the lib
t ralit y rt patronage that has. been be
towed upon n. Hi assortment of
Moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and be gitanntec eMibtc
tlou hi all ic.
Cairo. O.f. K, 1S70.
II CalRO Ht'LLRlIN Co.
'f halt WmIoou Umail free l.iiurli.
.laerktl, proprietor of the popular
Thalia nuloon, corner o! Twelfth street
and Wahinj(toii avenue, exnls all
other tn hi line of butncM hi hi free
lunche. Every morning at ten o'oelock.
Mr. Jaeekel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon in tin- lun 1. His
friend should mnke a note of this and
yive bim a eall. 2dlm
J. bmrtr ftlr-lnhoua.
..n Eighth itrcet, two doors from Alex
ander ounty flank, Is the place to jret a
Ublonable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything ele la the barler lino. La
dies' and children' hair cut or (!rcJ.
either at the shop or their home.
For a smooth thrive, u neat und fa-h-ionable
hr.ir cut, or refreshing tharopoo,
go to Ed. I'.rai'on.at the planter' barber
parlor. The liet of perfumeries find
balr tonieg always kept on lurid. Tin
bath room connected with this ctall:'h
inetit 1 the only one In the city, and li
rtlway kept iu the rn-atent ord-r, ready
lor the convenience of customer, ft
l.a the Inrpet nnd finest PtOi k of I'.oyj'
and Vouttis' clothing that ban ever been
iiH'airo. He nan suit a child from four
up to any aire, .t prices to suit the
"joO piece of prints, l'K) pieces b an,
VKi pieces of muslin. New htyles and
list brand? nt the New York tore. Full
Ine of dry zooU. 1 l-2-.t
Mri. Iiauicl l.aii)f it will continue the
barbt r busiuc of her late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The tdiop
will ho under the MipervUion of John
Eampcrt who is a tlf-tUis barber ami
invites old and uew customers to give
bim a call. tf.
A tlr.'t-clj'S. ruuuer U wanted at the
Inlta bous;. c:all iuimediaUly. None
but a tlrit-class one need apply. tf
Wauled ioo Meu,
To c.dl ut the corner o Sixth street aud
tihio kvec. Ike Waldcr ba a large
stock of Overcoat and Men and Boy
stilts at prices to suit the times.
trvu kuJ rel for tbi-m-tltt-a b llic um; ol C."
lor, iHrtxlul.-tltutf ror Ctor uil. It i
bttlutcly lutriolves, anl i u ilui&ant I" ttiVt
a huuty. tor NViud-Collir hour utoiuurb,
sronm oreoulllutoo, t-r youi e or oM, tluit!
i nolliiug inialu like II. I) lin rlniu.ll
j-'ly, It U i-lii.
wUiii, bomioi. inr joiuli, I'ura
rcsl'U iKjiuuoii bltf a. and n n.u, i,uU(. aii't
wuM'lie allmruts run W uljaolutvly cured by t lie
I'autaiir liuliuut. WlituUe Whito I.lulnimt
it for Ibc human family tb YtUow I-iuliunl
II for tpavlriH raMw l i,tt lait.v liortca and nl-
U 1 -.'l-IJUV
We will nav no bills for fOd or nier-
handie purchased lor the Buiitix
by any o the employes, units the pur
i has Is nude on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. CilEO Bl LU'TIN CO.
Haoa' MaunoIU Balm preserves
rmd restores the complexion ; r move
freckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
kln soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot he detected.
1. vox's Katraibox makes beautiful,
fclotny, luxurlunt balr; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning giay. It baa stood
the test of 40 year. Is charmingly per
fumed and hi no Hvil.
BATE Of Al TKB I ISI5W,
If A II Pill t-'t advert'ii; , iu( and par-t'l-
t.i aut! a
Traniirot aiTrrtitiuf will Inserted at tht
rate of It lt square tut I tie tint Insertion
ejid y reaU for iv-h tiihseaf at one A liberal
discount rill bf nnvln on abiD'tlnf anl l injl
Fir lnnrtiDt Futirntl Dtl 1 on NoUrcol
itvtla of o Ulh- or cn-t nrW f erau fr
(Ixirb. Socifir, Fuuval and Rupr aolir
will only be lumtH m advprtlieniroU
Xo t'lrtlfmDi will t reoriH at tret U)o
M eroti. tti'l no nerliix ux'Dt will b luirtel
for !! ihon lbrr! ilniUr pr tnnnib
I.Ol'AL IIVMIXKM JIOTIt .!
if one etjiiare (H lines spare) or more, In
serted III Ihu Ui lt UlX as follows : (l.ej
than one fjuire counted as ntiijuare.)
Ono itjocrtlon pr squaru $ V)
Two Inocrtious per (MjuarcM 75
Three liiHerlions per ffjuare 1 00
Six Inscrtlous per square 1 ''
Two weeks i:r qunre 2 50
One month per square 3 50
Sjiecul rates made on ltrgw ndvertie
tnenM or lor longer time,
A4CALON LOTiCE, NO. M.
KulfttiM of ! UiliK, iiwrts vtry Kri
Imv bitlit t hall-iwitt mvto, in (J j'l-
AI.KXANDKK I.iIf;E, NO KI4.
In.l.......lnt itrtit-r .f Iklrl.fc,'!
"lmif1r mi lilf-il rrreii. in tlifir l'll "
:r- ;i . A. rariK. N (i
"1A1K KNCAMVMKXT, I. O. O. t. luwU
in (j'W-KrlWiWf1 Hall on lh fret and ttilrd
i nrrlnj In twry ni'jiilU, at hlt-i-t nrwu
a er.w i .;, i; r
a CAIUOl.OIX.t. SO. SfcTT.A.r. A A. M.
fM- Jlol'l riniir eoinniuiinilion in M
JX f'ltui- ornir tomnii ft.ial ai-trnuc
' n'l Klpliili tivrt, on tUe wfon l and
'iintli Momlitv of 'li month.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Friday Evening, Nov. 24
.1. II. lUvvrlv,... .
Win. 1 ootr. Jr.,...
The Largest and Most Refined
Iib"trel OrffuniZHtion Travdin, and la
tuition to ttie nsmcn on the bit
THE HKSCiVTNED COMEMANS
Qoss and Fox.
of II A KKLV? TMEA I KE, UK AGO
enii. saten ba cuiedS ta In al-
nr tit llartluan a.
America's Grand Novelty !
ATHENE IT M
ORE NIGHT ONLY,
Wednesday Ev'e, Nov. 22.
I n jiutlv icltl ratfl nil fprat original
A brilliDt array of (irrt an-1 lu-aiitT, )rsnt
iuif llif Jinil 41in-trl m-tue rver witn4(l.
Th t.-tiirt acd rerlr
MABEL SANTLEY 8
London Burlesque Troupe,
Tlirii' flrt apix-aiancc in A mcrlr , in the (rreat
Mu.Mi.al Hmlp!)'1, r written anl
Willi all tli iK'liiibtful Music, MaDiliccnt
Coflumea anil hueiiic KOwta; also intro
ilticlug tUc Chariuiog auJ Ontcetul,
M'LLE MARIE DELACOUR S
New Trou ol
Parisian Can-Can Dancers,
AugUiiiittl by a
Superb Corrs of Spocialty Artist,
Fonriiii tt.ithr th mot Murve!ou ami At
trictie Euttrtainuunt iu the World-
NotwitliBiaudiujr the linuienM mjienie, tbe
PRICES WILL REMAIN AS USUAL.
t or full urtiiulr4 aol hat ot urtints. imomII
billn. Kc-Hvnl vate stcurtJ thru1 rluy iu ad
vuiitt', without extia charge nt I'nu lUrtmau .
11-ID-ai. A. . LkAVI TT. dcu'l Act.
WKDXESIiAY. XOVEMBEK 22. lf'B.
Local aulttr Keport.
v Caiao. III. , Xuv. it l70.
11 Alt XUl.
t p. in.
Pert-ant, Sianal tirrricc, I'. 6. A.
Dill lloadi and Monthly btatt-mrnts, pink
and yellow, nt the Bi llktin olllc-. tf
Hukhira llouaa for Itcnl.
Th brh k bulldln corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able terms. Apply to 11. F. IUAat. tf
A second hand SintT sewhijf madilno
or tale cheap. Apply at Stewart &
Winters auction room.
Indira lold Wolcli.
For sale, a ladles IClghi liutitln cae
gold watch; retail prlco 7o fX, will be
sold (or $55 ; 00 has never been ut d.
Apply to K, A. Burnett.
Siilvrr Tew hrt.
One Honors, SrulUt A Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, 0 pieces, entirely new,
retail pri e $00 (10, ran be bought for
f!5 00. Apply toF.. A. Burnett.
Tor Hal or !.. rha Arlinzian
TliU well known and populur hotel U
now ollered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premises. Two. B. Kins,
The ladles of tho t'atbollc chiiirli of
this city will Rive a fair and festival next
week, which will last for three nights.
Tbe brge-d and fluest btot k of lie ut s
FiiriilKhiiig Goods ran bo found at lkc
WalderX corner ol Sixth aod Ohiw
At If arlman's.
A lull line ol llodger's best silver plated
goods, castors, tea nud table jihioii.
knives nud forks ; nIo a complete assort
ment of tho lit brands of table and
pocket cutlery nt bottom prices. '.'J-tf
Tbu Delta l tndutf fluli, composed of
a uuuiber of yuiiu? mcu of this city, will
give their first bull ot the season at
Schei I's Wa?hiugton ball on the nljbt of
the 5tb of Dcceoilwr.
Xurtbpra Cabbage and Kronl.
it. J. t'undiir ha a tr loud of North
cm cubbage, and a ear load ot krout for
tale cheap, at his grocery, north t.id of
Kightb Mreot, betwern Wasblnton and
Commercial avenues. l l-.'1-t'.t
nn I tinr Iney.
If you wunt cheap ej-tors and KodgeiV
silver plated vpoons. go to llartman't
new ijueen-iwnrn fitore. He Is selling
thrni twcnty-fiVfl cr cnt less than you
can buy them at fiurtion. tl
The entertainment to be given by the
young ladies of the convent will take
place. December 10th. Wr are told that
elaborate preparations are being m ule,
and flint it w 111 be a "r:iud ulluir.
lekf-rV If earing.
Vn:ker, the Kentucklan w ho has Ntn
in the county Juil for nearly two weeks,
awaiting a hearing for the shooting of
tbe negro Champion Lewis, will be given
an examination a soon a Mr. I.lnear,
who U now in Sf. Iiuis, returns.
yir. l.liMKHi-'a Trial.
Mr. D. T. I.inegar, of the law llrm of
I.iiK-gar iV. I.nnslen, l-ft this city on Mon
day for rt. I.ouis, to stand trial on the
charge of being connected with tbe
whuky ring, which was set lor yester
A practical book-keeper and account
ant desires to take charge of a set of
book-i. or would do copying or writing ot
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings it necerfary. Address
W. F. T.. P. O. box Ml, Cairo Illinois
liltM Perf t Haturaeliwn.
We can conscientiously say that tbe
Charter Oak has given perfect satisfaction
wherever old. The heavy, well con
structed fire box, economy in fuel, uni
form baking and cleanliness, make It in
every repect unequaled by any first-class
tove In the market.
Koanetbinc Everybody Want.
A lamp chimney that will not brack.
You will tlnd them at Hartman's new
queen ware "tore. He has the large.it
and bet assortment of fine flint ehimuies,
which be ii selling at the same price of
common rhinmios. Try them. He de
fies competition. 23-tf
Train on tbe narrow gauge railroad
have began running again, but arrive
and depart rather irregularly. The pas
pngfv train that usually leaves this city
at eleven o'clock, departed before nine
yesterday. The trouble among the em
ployes of the road is about at an end,
however, and everything will be running
smoothly again iu a tew days.
The Kountz line freight steamer Henry
C. Yeager, which boat has been atr round
iu the Mississippi river, just back of this
city for several days, was set afloat once
more yesterday morning. The steamer
Katie Kountz, has been at work taking
the eager' freight since last Friday ,and
yesterday towed the latter boat to this
port where both now lie.
We are informed on reliable authority
that Cnamplon Lewis, who was ot by
John Vickers in this city some two
weeks ago, voted in this city. Wc are
also told that Lewis had uo right to vote
here, btiog a Kentuckian, and that there
are now gentleman in Cairo, resident ot
Billard county. Kentucky, who knew
Lewis aud will swear that he voted illeg
ally. This is but one Indaucc, but Mr.
Harman hopes to prove enough frauds
of a similar character to keep Mr. I'ceve
out of circuit clerk's ofllcc.
tin, I f tbe aieHaon Grand .nivtiiue
The Delta Darn ing Club, composed of
a score of the young men of this city,
will re-organize tor the ceaon on Tues
day evening, December 5th, 1870, by giv
ing e. grand masquerade ball at SeheeFa
ball. Tickets, $1.00 each. Tickets can
be procured of any ol the committee, or
of Phil Saup, Paul Shuli or M. J. Mo
Gauley. SvLVtirtK Cook,
Cha. A. Hait,
Sl-Sw Committee of Arrangements.
Ibal I.eAi. alleo larly.
The good ladies of the Library Asso
ciation Inform us that the leap-year calico
party to bo given by tbetn will !o the
gayest aft.iir that will take place during
the season, and wish us to urge every
body t attend. Neither time or ex
pei. e w ill be spared to make it an enjoy
able occasion. The best string band In tbe
city will be engaged to furnish tousle for
dancing. Refreshments will be served at
Th.-play of "Mother Ooosu" aud pailor
concert, given by the ladies of the KpUco
pal church at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles tialigher last evening, at
tra:ted a large audience. The entertalu
ment was a very pleasing one throughout,
and delighted all present. Alter the play
and coucert, refreshments were- served.
To Mr. aud Mrs. (laligher, Mrs. Graham,
and Mrs. Kiekendall, must be attributed
great credit. They have labored untir
ingly to behalf of the success of tbe a flair
and accomplished their purpose. The
entertainment was u iuvceaul one,
socially, professionally aud financially.
I'm rt-iy-rMr riay."
It was tlt after 1 o'clcxk eti Mutiday
when the door leading to the "news
room" of tie fii'LLKTLi office opened,
aud a stranger entered. Uo was a Uian
well along iu years, low in mature, and
Judgiug from bft dress, was evidently
well acquainted with "General Hard
Times." Faking a hasty glance at tho
tirroundlugs, the stranger approached
oiiii of tho compositors, when the follow
lug colloquy took place :
Ktraugcr-Is the boss in t
Compositor Just Ktepped out. IU
will be back shortly.
Stranger Shortly, did you say! That's
iudefiuito. Il may mean live tuiuutcf,
or it may iuchu ua hour. ! can't wait.
1 ho spell Is on, and I must not allow It
to wear off. Give me pencil aud phjx r,
Then In a miulng, half-forgetful in in
ner, the Granger continued -
Tni fortv-foiir to-day 1 I have it it's
too good to be Io:t. Talk to me of jour
poets Longlello , W'bittier. Tennyson.
I'shaw. Compare, a gnat to an elephant.
I'm the greatest living pott, but the
world cannot bp made t appreelatt; tho
Supplied with pencil and paper, the
stranger seated bimstlf at a table, and af
ter half an hours bard w ork, handed tbe
comioitor tbe following, remarking.
"It's good too good to b lo:-f. Have it
iu to-morrow's BiLtETtx:"
I'M FORTV-FOftt TO-DAY.
nr -amii.l tboAn, (Alias 'IhicatU.U' V-- 1
Fin forty-four to-day !
And Time Is on the w !d ;
My boj hood's gone for aye,
'Though its hopes around ine i ng.
A fewmrtre rapid years
And I'll lie silver tray ;
A lew more hop-, a few ware Wr
I'm foity-four fdsr !
Well up the hill ol Life
Before me, I can tee
Tbe downward urife thit lorJtr, on
TheL'fe wbieh Is to be.
My three-score yea's and ten
Are two-thtrds away :
I feel quite young,
But then, I in lorty -four to-day.
I've treasures here thit I call tnt own.
And I'd gturd tbetn dsy and nlelu
'Till the bend In the river I psss alone"
Brings tbe beanttlul l.icd iu ilgLt.
Aud down tbe river my treasures will
Mill neariu iue on the w-ajr,
'Till I bid tbeia wolotme in sight of
I'm fortj-four to-dsy.
November iO, 187U.
The stranger took bis departure, and
has not been seen or heard from since.
Sebraaka aa a Llv IStork raootry.
Beeves, sheep, bogs and horses one
or all, there is "millions in them." At
the base of all there Is the Illimitable
mafet, wide as tbe world. Then comes
We low down cot ot production to sup
ply this market the low cost because
the climate favors health and vigor in an
imal life, experience proving that there
Is no virulent term of disease among
atv-k tn KabrasUa, arid because, even on
the wild prairie, the "pasturage afforded
by the native grasses being abundant,
and all the hay that is required obtaina
ble at the cost of cutting. Gram feed, of
course. Is cheap ; and sufficient shelter
for the wiuter months is obtained by
"jullding the rough prairie stable of
poats and boards covered and wrap
ped as with a blanket by piled up straw
and hay. No one has commenced as
flock master, ami not found the avoca
tion profitable. In 1S75, a flock of Cots
wolds shepered on the plains, yielded
Meisrs. Creightou, ol Omaha, an aver
age fleece of lOtbs per head, the price they
realized being 49 cents per pound in the
dirt. The Hon. Moses Mocking, of Wa
hoo, Iu Saunders county, hud on July 1st,
1671, a flock of 1032 Merinos, which he
valued at $3 per head, amounting to $4,-
95;and from these on June 30th, 1S75,
his profit was $3,4.5.33. Mr. A. D.
Ititcbie.au experienced flock master, ot
Orton, Seward county, states that bit
profits for the sheep year, 1S7S-6, exceed
his tnoit aangulne expectations, and he
believes he can get his money
back each year, end have the
flock ou which be starts beside.
Instances of this kind could be accumu
lated. Let it be said, however, that there
are now 15,000 sheep In Gage couuty;
and at a sheep shearing festival held at
Beatrice, the county seat, on My 11,
1S70, Mr. S. C. Carey exhibited a Merino
fleece weighing 'JOlbs. 13oz., and a eccond
fleece from a three year old Merino ram
weighing sixteen pounds and five ounce;
Messrs. Paddock Si Long, fleeces weigh
ing 12 to llitbs. each, and Mr. Moses
Stockiug, a fleece of lSIbs. IJor., from
a two-year old Iufontado ram. Tbe
buriness is rapidly In-n aslng, and soon
textile manufacturers will look to the
Nebraska prairie for is large auuual sup
ply ol wool. Mr. Cornelius Jansen,
(one ot the leaders ol the Russian Men
uonltes, who are making Nebraska their
home), on acres of land pur
chased from the U. and M.
company, has eUblished a flock of 1,020
grade Merino sheep, and a herd of 100
blooded cattle, choosing Nebraska tor his
enterprise after he bad carefully exam
lued the country from Southern Kansas
to the Red river of the North ; aud Mr.
M. S. Malouey, a capitalist of New York,
(a practical flock master.) who has large
lauded Interests in Illinois, has purchased
two sections of land, and leased one sec
tion from tbe state, iu the Republican
river country. To this ranch be la bring
ing 3.000 Meriuo ewes from New Mexico,
and thorough-bred Merino ram from
Vermont, anticipating from the cross a
Urge sheep aud heavy fleece lu Nebraska,
w bleu in Ine matter or sneep, be consid
ers destined to be the Scotland of the
states. Iu cattle the prairie herdsmen
are accumulating fortunes.
'How deliciously fresh aod rosy your
little boy looks," one mother recently
aid to another. "Yes, 1 use nothing but
B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap," was tbe an
swer. Nothing in the world produces
such wouderful elects, either on tbe
klu or on the garments, m this peerless
J. B. Lhapmau, editor of tbe JobUsoh
County Jmrnat, published at Vienna,
was In the city on Sunday nnd .Monday,
The ladies of tbe Methodist church
have concluded to give an oyster supper
on next Tuesdny evening. Novenilnr
Madame lbnU's female minstrels will
lie at the Atheueuiu to-night. That I bey
will have a good audience Is almott cer
tain. A farmer told us the other day that
be would not bo without Dr. BuU's Cougll
Syrup it It rost live dollars n bottle. It
must lie a wonderful remedy. ( 17)
Havcrly'n original New Oilcans Min
strels are advertised to appear at the
Atheneum In Cairo, on next Friday nilit.
This is undoubtedly one' of the bet
troupes now iu existence. With .1. II.
Havcrly at their b-8d he eouid tutt be
Work on the Mississippi river opposite
tbe city I- progressing as favorably as
could be desired. The work 1 being
done in a subhtatiti.il and permanent man
ner; and hence forward Cairo jieople
need have ni fear of a "washout" from
The Delta dancing club announces a
giand masquerade ball to take place at
Scheel's ball, on Tuesday evening, De
cember 5th, 170. The committee t-f ur
ranzraents, Charles A. ffaup. Sylvester
Cooke and Claude Winter, are making the
necessary preparations tor the event, and
will certainly make it a success.
The channel in the Mississippi liver
opposite the break In the levee Is narrow
and crooked, and hard to find. Pilots
are necessarily very careful In travers
ing that portion of the river ; but not.
withstanding all their precautions, sev
eral boats have got aground there within
the last few days.
At the ebfclion In Johnori county on
the 7th, Hierill J.n. II. Carter was re
elected for a second term by a in.doMty
of upwards of five hundred votes. A. ,!
Gray wa his opponent, and was "badly
left" in tlm rai. Carter has made an
efficient and faithful officer, -it: J Is popu
lar with the people. James ion( one of
the most intelligent young men in the
county was elected circuit clerk by a
handsome majority. Mr. Gore will
make a faithful mil competent clerk.
F'or county, attorney It. M. Fifhcr wh
elected by a small tn 'jority over A. G.
Spann, one of the best and most promis
ing oung lawyers in this end of the
Bernard Gates, of Marietta, Ohio, was
at the St. Charles yesterday.
Dr. Joseph W. Thompson ot Paducah,
was registered at the St. Charles yester
day. Col. J. W. Singleton, Paducah ; S. H.
Baird, Cincinnati ; E. Hawkmeir, Cin
cinnati; Charles Goodman, Ava ; L M.
Phillips, Hazleton, Ind., were among
tbe guests at the St. Charles yesterday.
The Fulton. Kentucky Timt-Obstrvtr
says: "Mr. A. A. Haynes. formerly of
the New York store, has removed hi
family to Cairo, IU. Our best wishes at
tend Mr. Haynes and his estimable lady
We regret to loose such good citizens
and hope that Mr. Haynes may yet per
manently Identify himself with u."
Mr. B. F. Parker returned from his
centennial visit on Monday night.
A spicy fketch,. descriptive ot a tup
over the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Nytn Criukle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York World,
sent free ou application, together with
the San Juan Guide, maps and time ta
bles ot this uew and popular route from
Kansas City and Atchlnsou to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Miucs.
The tincet lineot Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the Missouri river and
the Rocky Mountains wlihout change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets Irom
the Missouri river to Denver at $50, good
to stop ofT at all points. Address,
T. J. A NPttss oy.Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
MaiUme Reals Female Hioslrels To
Sight. The amusement 1cm rs should not
forget that Madame Rentz famous
female minstrel troupe will appear at the
Atheuenm to-night. The company Is
composed ot three distinct troupes,
namely The female minstrels, Mabel
Santley'b Loudon Burlesque troupe and
Mile. Marie Delacour's Can Can dancers.
The performance given by the compauy
Is not equaled by any other organization
of tbe kiml traveling, and to the admirers
of aensatioual entertainments, is will
worth the cost of admission.
Should bu Careful.
A country editor w ho cornea to Cairo
on but-iue;ti, but neglects his business
and gets drunk, visits a negro bawdy
house, gets into a quarrel with the pro
prietor, Is kicked out, falls on the side
walk and gets his nose skinned, and is
finally picked up by the police too drunk
to tell where be is stopping, al l is put
into the calaboose, for his own safety,
should not go about declaring that be
was "arrested on account of bis publics."
Cairo policemen do nut at re-t men on ac
count of their politics.
'fa Tim flllaeoa t (alru nml Nur
Having removed my queensw are store
to my old stand, corner of Sixth street
a.id Commercial avenue, I am prepared
to sell everything in the crockery and
glassware line at prices never before of.
tered in Cairo; intending to devote my
entire attention to the crockery business,
I hare purchased tin largest and finest
assortment ever brought to this market,
aud it is now ready for inspection. Give
us a call before you purchase elsewhere.
tf. Dax Hartmav.
Santa Clause has arrived aud appointed
Dau Hartmaa Ids agent for Cairo, lie
has left the large, UneM am el.ipvi
assoi'tnubt of holiday presents aud toy
ever brought to Cairo. Come everybody
and see for yourselves, it Is no trouble to
how goods. tf
biackets, brackets ! Call imincriUloly at
Variety Bracket House, Jmt opened.
Designs entirely r.ew from 23c. up. Ladies
toilet brackets, hat rack, pap;r an I card
receivers, slipper caacs, initcli tales, etc.
Rustic frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up In four different
styles. Beautiful heavy moulding frames.
Orders ti.ki.n for all odd sized rut!c
liaiucs,beant!(ut photograph frame, oval
racks, etc., all nt tottoin prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite city shoe store,
Mrs. Swamli r'sol I store. Ap-nts wanted.
fcnle tseily Stare.
TLi! rapidity and certainly with which
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Hon hound cures dieaes of the res
piratory orgaua and Its reliability as a
remedy tor consumption long ago secured
lor it a foremost lank among medicines
of Us cla.-s. It is in fact the recognized
specific for throat and bronchial disor
ders. It promptly checks a cough, no
matter of how long sUnding, and af
fords great relief In cases of asthma. It
.-.houl I not be inbtaken for a palliation,
Rinw it not only affords immediate re
lief, but alo removes iill tracts ot the
malady. It U a rpcciilc for ( roup. Trial
size 10 cents. Large sizes 0 cents and
$1, for sale by Barclay llros., Cairo also
agents tor Pint, rarki i's Pleasant Worm
.Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant to
take, und requires no phyeic. Price ;!
cent-. Nov. 21-.wilA w
W ah 1'Ei AUtMtssr , i:ivr lUiM.i, (
STATION. LOW WATER.
I FT. I! I T. , 1
tnin. hi ! 11 ! - ; 4
riltslmrK ' ' ii u ti
Ciorinnati ; " j s ' ' 3
louinvi lie 6 11 I
shvillf 1 1 : it
Ht. l.iiUI , 111 6 i "
Kvtnrvi.l? 7 ti I
Mcni.n. . ( 1 i - I
Virlni.ura tl i t 1
New (rlinri. ! ii I w II 0
H.l.iW Iiifli w.iter ..!" I1:!
JAMKS W 1 M1N,
eVWHiit, Sik-nal ferrlci-. t; A.
rt tbi .
Stt Htaer .billies Fi-Jv, Pudlleah.
Mary llou-aon. New Orl-nns.
Jidill II. M'Ulde, Vicksi.urg.
" Gleneo, New Otb uiis.
" City of Chester, Sf. Louis.
II. C. Yaeger. St. Louis.
Katio P. Kountz, Pond Lilly.
Tow-boat lice and barges, New Orleans.
" Grand Lake No. 2, Sr. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducjih.
" M try Houston. Cincinnati.
" John B. Maude, St. Lou .
Glencoe, St. Louis.
' City of Chester, Memphis.
H. C. Yaeger, New Orleaus.
Katie P. Kotintz, St. Louis.
Tow-boat Bee and barges, St. Loui.
" Grand Lake No. 2. N. O.
The river last evening was 10 feet 4
4-5 inches on the guage, having fallen 1
1-5 inches during tbe previous 21 hours.
The weather continues clear rind cool.
The Mary lloiufon passed up early
ye.terday morning with two hundred
tons ot freight and a f iir trip of people.
She lound the Robert Mitchell aground
at Osceola on Sunday, tnd after working
at her P. hours, succeeded In getting her
ntloat. While pulling nt her one of her
hawsers parted, and in the recoil broke
the leg of one ot the Robt. Mitchell's col
ored roiistalKiuts iu two place. The in
jured man hiiils from Louisville and is
named George Washington.
The I I.C. Yeager got oil tbe red be
low Pond Lilly alter being a nirround
about seven days. She received her
freight ogain yesterday and made other
additions for the South.
Capt. Booth has commenced loading
the barges of the J. W. Garrett for New
Orleans. He feel confident It will not
take many days to complete his cagro.
Captain George Ncure adjusting for the
underwriters, and Clerk McCamuel of
the Arlington, returned to the wreck of
that steamer by the M;ry Houston yes
'1 be Glencoe and John 15. Man. 1 bad
light trips for St. Louie'.
Over 500,000 bottles ot Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup are .-olu every season, and
thousands of persons saved from nu un
( liuurery .ullrt.
State of lllinoir. County ol AUxsnJer
Circuit Co it ol Alexander I'utiuty,
.lauuary 'f'eriu, A. !., IsTT.
llenrv Whiteami v. tlla J'eld, Andrew
ReiJ, Mary Stubb-. ZephamaU Stutibs, l: .a
llurrem and NVllllulii lliue, lb Clianeery.
lo enbaniab Siubbs ue ol the at.ove
nunieu deieinl mix. AltlJavit haii been
tiiod in the ottiru ol thf e erk ol -unl court,
that )ou iihun ah Mubba, on due ii (iiiry
cut not bo foiiiul, you r hi re by lotiti. (1
tluit tbe couijilu i.obt liii it Li-, bill ol o m.
jilaint in aiJ l omt nn tho Coio'i r ,i.!o
tliereol on ihe'i:i I iay nt Auuu-t..L lTii.
aud that a autlimons ttlerellooll U Ur.t ut
ol mtd c urt tiulii I ii I ijelrr.l nii. r -iiirnat
lt on ihe i r-t Moieiay ol Nt pu tiiber.
A.l. ISTII. us in by law r iju r il, niiil that
ahl niniiii. n was riui.ri e.i u, to vo'.i "l i t
Now, therefore. iuiUs you, tin; nii.t
ej'li u tub miiM, bi. peroi al,y I e dinl
ul' iirloro l!ie :tid Cir.'niT Court of AN
ean i r Coiiiitv on tbe iirt ilay ct the iir-xl
term tlitieot. to bi boMeit t the eourt
llOUM) III tho til) Of Cull'.), iu Mi J ' ouutv,
on U eiirr-t Monday of Jhiiiiuij, A I. IS',1.
noil lead. answer or d-iniT t i tio :rd
ioiii.UiDHnt'3 bill ot complaint, tin1 uniue,
and tbe matters and thino therein . ) nri'd
and mated, will be takeu as in. -m"I ; ni
a d tree i lit. red at a n.-t )ou e o 0ino' 10
the prayer of 'id lull.
UKl HK.S S. VOCl'M, C erk.
FlSllKR X WUKll rK,
November 15, A. U., li. o w lw
Ettate ot John Brown, deceased.
I'hs umleraigned baviag Ka appoinUsl ad.
ruiniatrator of the tiUlc t-f Juhn Im.wn, late of
the county ol Akxaiide-r and alute of Illinois,
ddOead, harsby yitsa Bono that be will u
ohiut tiefura the i-ounry eourt vt Alexander
county, al tbe court boua in Utito, Ml U.a 1m
csuubcr Irrni , on the IliirJ Monday in W.viu
U r nut, at which time all iiemoiu ba uarlaiiua
axai.M-1 kaid ealaleare aotiritd and mjnxtad 10
aiurni forth purpoa of having tb aaiu ad
jnalad. All paraooa inilebual to aaid ui ate
rcuealad to make iiunttslukte aymrnt la lh uu
drrcltfue.1. Ualctl IUU iith da ofOrtotvr, A. D., I.S7C
W ILLtAM Vt KbbC, AJm'r
NoremU r 1. 1 . -c w
(Or if I'ufld !a ti lite, oVcr)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1873
I. VI UY STOVK IS
W SPivvrr tVil or Sol t
Is Ahs'isis!? With1, i Fault !
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 4
Are a Mai n lmn f HiMiMtmn ol
Atel nil tin- l: .tit:al I'liint tl at pn M Make t li
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Kt Oiler1,! ta tbe mhlle.
Ma i Or.ly bjr the
Exctlsfcr fccr.ufacturing o.,
Nu. ti! ', t'.l. eti! ami CIS N. MalnM.,
M. I.nniv, Ma.
C. W. HENDERSON,
( limii'Prv oliet.
St ite f 1 ImipU. I ounty of Alexander.
Cir -int C our ft Al x hi er Cuuuty, Ju-
iNiri' I c iu, A l. , lt.'7
N M.liiui W . Mil v v Knene fSa-a'bt v.
L ui-i line it traub . i. lata 11. iii:i;. A I-
it nl a Ii Cia i', u lint ine (i if, J ,,'ol( il.
l(urr.uu'!i iii'l KjLrt ri L Si.ki -, iu Oiati-
ry AtliJavit f the non-re-iileme of
Kn'tne (ar:iv:i.ty, Loi;ai:iiin iraplity,
Wn.lJin li. lal , s ciiitlu li. tul til l i ;itL-
aiiHf G il-, J coli it. Burruu.fi n il Uo' . rl
l U r m, th Oil. tnlant- a'-ove n nicit.
navi'i bi'tn tiled in ttiit itli-e ot the Cu-rW
of si i e lreult Court of Al xitnlnr County,
notice is n pro by civen t taa sal J uou le-i-
tlrnt iii'i-.'iiliiiiti. ttial tae e-mpiiilnaiit nieil
l:l Mil etrouipuiut in fata I), urt on ttie
C 'tutn:ry si'.le tliereol on tlie '1X1 day of
NoveuiOL-r, A. v., lr.o. unit tuat anuii mons
tb- reuc'iii isaued out of said Court uirinst
snid dettnlanti, returt able on t'aei lir-t
M inriay of January, A. L'., lr,., as I by
Now, therefore, unless you, tlie satd non
resid nt leienJ.in , 'hall personally he and
appear beioie tbe iaid t'.ireuit court of Al
exander Comity on tbe first day ot ttie next
Trra thereof, to be liolJeu ut tho court
boui lu 'Uaelty ot Cairn, tu saVil couuty. ou
tli llrst vieuday ot ,?anu ry, A. I , IS7T.
and pl?.id, aiiHwer or demur to i lie laid
coiuplainjui'H bfll of c mplaint tbe ame,
and the niaturs and tbings tbtr.r
iu rhril and stated. will be
taken coiilMP't. anJ a decree entere.l
a"u!n t vou according to the j rayer of aiJ
It t'RF.N P. YOCUM,C:erk.
GKOI'.iiK 1 ISllEIl.
C mpla:naa;'g Sii'.lcltor.
Ciiro. Nov. 2J. A. I).. 17'i. o:i -4w
V ..i i " U o'l !. a llug-'a
: -v r ii'fc- .im .-.-ih
(Vt; it'.w- C9. TT.-rdwar U.nlor sail thr
m-'JI. e-iiirfej'.l: Tiu Hust- 000 .
r&Z. v. 10 : Coppered liinn, Mn,
aV U V aW
V i a m aaMi
h Cmm Gc:d Thing
1 hst rotiri invatifation ;
Lml c.'L'iUvin ir. juuiie.
IV Cl'Rl'.S) J 1 1.
I'rit-r k b1 jt sue In rrrrT furiu,
)i;r PIh, tairpitl I lr,
sirair ia. St. uiuuiJftm.
Ilrixlarh' 1 ui.l., ITrart Tittif,
f uinm lu M .'. li-t . unti Slauiarh. fir.
1 lie-anil u' mi ri. miir, lrm Tor
,ta 1.1,-, unrt tnttty, aii,i.
8in;f. no.itu avil I um lot- at.
It nr.'l'atc J i ih .'..rMt" .oinpnti'ls. 'ors I t
a'-.'.-i t'.oi. ti- . . ".v mvot mi ! it.'tr arh ln.maU
aciy, I a kin u .1 1 it.- .jiu-ir: eii'ij panic la l! Mi a
ri and liliiuu. jl a.
In. P. W. FstiratiL :
I t .k .iaiir.' lu K-ftKs'rf tl-st P 'rrn'i Arn
Ti hss c uu J D'f , 1 1. u i' i" .ii.. I r Vi.'tifti. , ul 1 1.4
ctnl aud, lu a.lJ.' u!: I.- tl. it has parmanriiilr
itirJmM, a t'.rul a.'ti n it tlio liti-r. aLi.h lias
al..ciil ni to rTii. In', t i : i ui. attacks; nl. as
r.'U"- iuiiiri I am no vljuiiu Imi'.cr U:ahh than
I IsK . 1 ISfhr ,-S t.
Jii. tf :t'r T,.nr.
ji. i'ii t. . rrr'.nNTov,
A-'ai't I'. K'Ti.M.fi-r t i:i mi ill
C.'t. Tin nil... n in I1 it1 n ft !.n i - ti r nt-r if
S'i ludiai.4 Ik.gliiivat in -I.' v. -1 .tu tu CuUila.
Trlri, t V. ill ii.l -j i r.i! ,rn J. um'nts H. c t
r-plh'i.i. I, ' '.tr l-t- U- . im;. niT.L- ii ... u al'Jl
lu'.. ru...i.. n i.jiii ili, .ou lei lut i u..iic.
I.ik i-'-ri Ihi'-rf
N o AtJi U Af 1) 1
I'AI", tiiut bane sfauj
il.- ' r ) tut . a r iii"i. n pi 1 ait. .11 i r
li..-r till, ary, L . ULIh.. 11 L'K I kKFtlTkl'
ANIl IMllArru b cluunr emu in. anJ uu. 1
cth-r r iiooa b. in ar u ii- i-1 . t-M-. u. t-hv i
l'll.(llwn,o HU'h il dint. Tl'FV AKKii'fl;
l'K l-; .'tin ur to I 1 - t"i i.-f niati .u f it a
--'.un.r. 1 17 kiisp nit ii im m:,'.., niiirtiS'i
IMS ' li Tt HK (tn M'.AH l:t. Itwrclr u4(l-i-.f
Uitdra- iiitnivitt aail .uit aiii. j.
Iu lb l'i.tnct I ourti.f .1.. i ltw, If the
Southern lUiiiii tl i i.noi-, iu uaukruotcy,
lu ilia iu liter of il chjel IKill.run Barnard
Notice i- hci, by ir'Tvn that 4 u-iitun has been
fllcl iu find . ouil hv aaid Mn'h cl lleillifoo aud
ller unl Wril of l a.ro, in 111 cuuniy of Alex
ainler, inauid oi-tri. t, duly dvelaml Issukrupt
under the ai l ol on.'iv-s ot II .h d, IxiT,
for ili-ehuifc'e 111. 1 ,-rrlilleMla Oieiw.f. from nil
tbeir dtMs and olheri Uiuis urujliU Uuler anei
l, ftU'l that th .io lUy i. ,etourr, HTa at
e.rru u'clock a. lu , 11 ii.ni.4 l.r Ui b.-atiuj
ol tt.e HUM) by II aa.d i-ourt. at 'Uel u'lr4
Mauraioiut room in the my f afriricilrid,
tsliea and when all rrxhtor of aaVI Utaansow
au.l all other ocraon in inureal, tuav altrt ad
ahaw caiiae, ' any tlu Thav, by the ia ( el
aaidbcUlluUa should aot L grant d
OKO. P. boat t, Oerk.
I lncar 4 Lansdan. atiorurya fr etlnrrs
lNitd hprlBiaetd. IU , imuI la, A I'. 1 '