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J. G. LYNOH'S
(leal Estate Column
Alexander county latuto, Cairo lnl. In
rf!iHiiyc lor .st. I.uuis property.
A line residence on corner ll:illrook
avenue nnd 'Jweiify-tbird street, at a t:ir
Kaln. Cottage on Sixtli street bet wren tt !h
ington avenue and Walnut street.
House ami lot on Eighth street Ik t von
Walnut nnd Odar, Sl.CVi.
More mom lately occuiltd dy Howe
Machine Jo., on fJornuiereiul avenue, 1m
tween Tenth and Kleveiitli street.
The lirst lloor ot a brick dwelling eor
nemf Nineteenth anil l'ordjtr street.
Cottage on Mm nnrtli sido ol Twdith
street between Waliiiit and Cedar.
Ilutnr lionxe on Ivecstrnt above
y.lzhl, nnd in food repair.
Kooiih In a two torv bouse on Com
mercial avenue 1 -tweeu MfMh find Tenth
Store room nonr conn r ot Tv.eiitiHli
and I'otilar street; i.
Tenement 3, J, ." and in in Winter'
How lor $10 ix r uiontb, nnd in llrst- Ihm
Cottage on Twenty-lim f.trect between
Sycamore attd l'ojilnr.
Koom In nearly ever)- fart of the. ity.
FOIS l.EMK OKSAI.K.
I .ami In tracts to suit, near Ciho.
The '-Iron Trull."
A spiey sketch, descriptive" ol a tup
over the Ateliinsoi), Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, ths beauties, pctniry and
pleasure resorts of the Kocky Mountains,.!
by "Xym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ot the New York H'url-l,
Kent free on application, together with
the Han .hian davit, maps and time ta
bles ol thin new and jxipular route lrotn
Kansas City and Atchinson to 1'ueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the Sun Juan Mines.
The finest lineol Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the Missouri river and
the Kocky Mountains without change.
Speeial round trip tout isU' tickets from
the Missouri river to Denver at $5U, good
to stop off at all point. Address,
T.J. A.bLH.soN,Uen. I'as. Ag't.,
'1'ojx ka, Kan-a.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. '
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc.. of the picture framing department
ot the Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., Mjoold Ik? sent to him or left at
this ofllco. We liesjieak tor htm the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His asortment ol
moulding Is complete, price leyond
competition and h" gnarent-es sati'fac
tion in all canes.
Cairo. Oc t. 10. liTO.
tf Cairo RtLLEiiN" Co.
J. lur( Rlrlnbnr,
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable bnlr cut or a smooth t-have
nr anything else in the barber line. I.a
diea' and ehihlrens' hair cut or dres-eJ.
either at the hop or their homes.
Fur a smooth shave, a neat and fa-h-ionahle
hair rut, or rcfrehing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barljer
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonka always kept on hand. The
hath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
has the largest and finest sto k ot Boys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
in Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any ae, at prices to suit the
500 pieces of prints-, 100. pieces Jeans,
."00 pieces of muslin. New fetyle and
lx st brands at the New York store. Full
ihc of dry gools. 1 l-2-5t
Mr. Daniel Lamp -rt will continue the
htbtr business of her late husbaud, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the supervision of John
Eampert w ho is a lirt-class barber and
invites old ami new customers to give
him a call. tl.
A lirst-clasb runner i wanted at the
Delta hous:-. Call iniaiedUtely. None
but a ti rot-class one need apply. tf
H anted Soo Men,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Waldcr has a large
stock ol Overcoats and Men and Boys
suits at prices to suit the time?.
Mothers uu secure health lor thiirchll
dieu aud rnt for t linnet hn i,y tut ucc of Cus
lora. perfect substitute for Caftor Oil. It
uWlutcly liarnileaa. and is a ieaaait to take
a houey. Tor Wlud-Collio sour stumarh,
w orms or constipation, tor yoiiriK or old, thrrv
is uothiuz iuesiaienee like it. It lscertain.it
i nnedy. It U ciie'.
Caked Breasts, KuutiiutUlUt at-in-eia,
swellings, ppiaius. stiff juiuts, hum
scalds (loiaonous bites, and all flesh, hone and
muscle ailment)., can lie absolutely cured by the
Centaur liniincut. What thu White Linimeut
ii for the human fmiiily the Yellow I.iniiiwnl
is f"r f& inrd Kt'led atl lame horses and ani
IIauan's Magnolia Bai.m preserves
and restores thi! complevion ; piu"0
freckles, tan aud sallov. i.e.. : n -.! - it
skin solt, while and dclci i::)p.i
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathairox makes Let.;, ml,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its tail
ing out or turning gray. It has stood
the test of 40 years. U charmingly per
fumed aud has co rival.
Illllll III MJI I a. I l I I .10.
ki. or tnttnTiMMi,
IJAII tiilli for adrertiaun:, ttc dnf hii I ray
))( t.i auvaix. i
Translnot ailreititint will be inserted at Ihs
Tit of (1 t pet square rm tli flirt insertion
and ecrds fur racli subsequent on A lltieral
discount will lie unele on standing and displ
ad rerU omenta
For inMTtiUK funeral rotiea III C) Notice ni
nertltiK ofsoek-ties or aecrrt orders So cents lor
Cbnn:b, Society, restlrnl and Butiorr nnttees
will only be Inserted as advertisements
Mo advertisement will I received M less limn
ti cents, and no aiverttnient will I inserted
fur le than thrsr dollars r month
I OC A I, ni ftl.M.ft KOTK f.fl
Of one "'juart; (8 lined sme'e) or more, in
serted in the Ki r.M.iiN ui follows : (1es.
than one mitrjre counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 50
Two insertions ier snuaic.- "."
Three Insertion per uriuure 1 IXI
Six Insertion per srpiarp 1 "5
Two weeks per square .'. J 50
One month per square J 50
Special rates made on largw advertise
menu or for longer time,
A3CALON I)IGK, No. f,.
Kniirtito of I'ytlilns, niM-t -viTy t'r
Iht mirtit t hll-rl nvrt, inlMM
t'dluws' Hull. !.
C Imn'Tllor Comiuau'li r.
At.KXANPKK I.OUUE, NO 2-4.
iJOf,. 1'iwo. ni U rry ThurwUv niKlit
al imii-si Mica, in lurir ran on
jmmi-irlal atcnur, bttwii tisth an J Sriitb
V-.-Hi ,N . A. Dvoiu., N U
1A1UO KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. r., e.rls
vci M'lJ-Ki'll'jws' Hall on the flrt an'l third
I m ..U lu vry kioiith, balf-lat vn
A. Comio'Ii C I
CAIKOLOIKjK. NO.Zff.A.f. A. M.
ll'il l nyulnr ojiiiiniiiiiotions m Sla
H'lnir Hall, corner Commercial afeuuc
' 'sij.l Kirlith trt. oa the Sfgon-l and
'iirth Momlav of Kib month.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Friday Evening, Nov. 24
1 be Original
.1. II. llvilr,...
Win. Koolr. jr.,.
. .Prof rletor
Manager. The Large at and Most Refined
Miusirel Organization Traveling, aDd in
aduitinii to I be names on me bills
THE RKSOWNKD COMEDIAN'S
Goss and Fox.
or HAVERLY'. TUEATRE, CHICAGO
A lmi'Mon recU; P.ejfrved seat, T.i
cent'. Seats can le secured 3 itavt in ad
vance at llartman's.
THl'KDAY. NOVEMDE1J 23. ls;p.
Loral SS mtrirr Hr fut r I.
Cairo. III., Nov. ill
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Wish. Vl. Wiatii
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Pf-woant, .'Urnal Service. I. 3. A.
Iiill Heads and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Ri i.t t.tiv offlce. tf
llnlueH lfonf fnr Ueul.
Tho brick building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able terms. Apply to It. F. Ulaki:. tf
A second hand fsnjjcr tewing machino
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart &.
Winters auction room.
I.ntli lf Wnleb.
For sale, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch ; retail price 75 00, will be
sold for $.15 ; 00 has never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett,
One Kogerfmith A Co.'s .silver tea
set. Triple plate, C pieces, entirely new,
retail price $00 00, tan be bought fur
00. Apply toE. A. Burnett.
For Male or I.eitae. I lie Arlluctou
This well known aud popular hotel Is
now otlered lor sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars Inquire oa the
premises. Tuos. B. Ellis,
We w ill pay no bills for yooda or mer
chandise purchased for the BiLi.tn.v
by any ot the employes, unless the pur-cUa.-e
is made on a written order signed
by the'prt.ddent or secretary of the com
pany. Cmuo BuLLtrix Co.
To 'I lie Cltiavna o Cairo aud Sur
Having removed my queenawaru store
to my old stand, corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue, 1 am prepared
to 6ell 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 have purchased th; largest and lineat
assortment ever brought to this market,
aud it is now ready for inspection. Give
us a call before you purchase elsewhere.
If. Dan IIaktman-.
Firat of III acasoii-fJrand .naauue
The Delta Daucing Club, composed of
a score ol the young men of Uils city,
w ill re-organize tor the season on Tues
day evening, December 5ih, l7fi, by giv
ing a grand masquerade ball Pt Schecl's
bail. Tickets, $1.00 each. Tickets can
be procured of any of tho committee, or
of 1'hil Saup, I'aul Sehuh or M. J, Mc-
CJattley. .' SvLVF8Ti.it Cook,
ClfA. A. HatT,
21-2 a Committee of Arrangcoient.
At H Ml,ler 'a.
I lie l trgcst nnd finest Stoc k of Cants
Furnishing (JooN t m bt; found at Ike
Walder's, comer ol Sixth and Ohio
I or Stitlr t limp.
A laruto (No. '1',) Lone Star wood
stove. Enquire i o otllce.
2r H.T. Ctm.t li.
A lull line of Itodgcr's best silver platcJ
goods, castors tea and table spoons,
knives and forks ; also a complete assort
ment of the best brands M table and
pocket cutlery at bottom prices. 'JMf
Michael Kelly, a gentleman who is a
stranger in the city, came to Cairo on
Tuesday. He got ou a jamboree anil
Judge Bird yesterday cb irgfd him one
dollnr nnd cost for bis fun.
3rihera ('nliiing-ft itntl Hroul.
IS. J. C'undill' has a car load of North
ern cabbage, and a ear load ot krout for
sale cheap, at bis grocery, north sid of
Eighth street, between Wn-bington nnd
omineicial nv nue. 1 l-21-iit
Sine Uur Itoni),
If you want cheap castors and Bodger'
silver plated spoons, go to Hartmau's
new ijueensware store. He Is selling
tbern twenty-live percent less than you
can buy them at auction. tt
Ihf louitRt F.nlerialiiiueul.
Th entertainment to Iks given by the
young ladies of the convent will take
place December I'J'.h. We are told that
elaborate preparation .'ire being made,
aud that it will lie a grand affair.
Library Asportation Merllutr.
The Ladies' Library Association will
hold a called meeting at Mrs. M. K.
Ford's, tliu aftemoou, November, 2.W.
Every member is earne-tly requcted to
be present. By order ot
Mm. H. H. Caxdi.i., Pres t.
A practical book-keeper and account
ant desires to take charge of n set of
books, or would do copying or wi iting ol
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings it necessary. Address
W. F. P.. V. O. box Ml, Cairo Illinois.
1 1-13-2 w
iomrthina; Everybody Want.
A lamp chimney that will not brack.
You will find them at Hartman's new
quetnsware store. He has the largest
and 1ct assortment ol fine flint ehimnies.
which be Is selling at the same price of
common chimnie. Try them. He de
fies competition. 23-tf
C ity roonrll.
The city council held a nutting at the
council chamber last night. The clerk
read a letter written to President Grant
by Mayor Winter, in regard to the work
on the levee, which we shall publish to
morrow. After transacting a little busi
ness ol minor importance, the council
adjourned to attend the Madame Rentz
Bishop Wet'larrn to He tieii a Re
eeptlon. The Bev. MeClaren. of Chicago, bishop
ot the diocese of Illinois, who will visit
Cairo next Sunday and administer the
rite of confirmation to those desiring to
become members ot the Episcopal
church, will be given a reception at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cali
gher on Saturday evening.
A Dlaaairona Knuaway.
A farmer lrotn Missouri came to Cairo
yesterday with a load of chickens, but
ter, apples, and other country produce,
and began making the rounds of the city,
retailing bis merchandise. When near
the corner of third street and Commer
cial avenue his horses got trightcned at a
Cairo and Yincenncs train, and rushing
down Third street completely annihilated
the wagon, and paved that thoroughfare
with chickens, apples and butter. The
colored population of that vicinity are
now living very "lat."
Mr. Hiram Hill, tho diver, who has
been at work for several weeks rast
with his wrecking boat, Charley Hill,
blasting Jackson Kock, was in the eity
yesterday. He informs us that the work
of getting rid of this obstacle to naviga
tion is progressing finely. Mr. Hill has
presented many of bis numerous friends
in Cairo with fine specimens blown out
of Jackson Bock, w hich in days to come,
when "Jackson Bock" will have been a
thing of the past, will be interesting
Alhrncutu Last Sight.
The lleutz troupe ot female min&trcl
were greeted by a crowded bouse at the
Athene urn last night. The absence ot la
dies was noticeable, but bald beaded men
In the frout were numerous. We shall
not mention the names of the prominent
gentlemen of the city who honored the
troupe w ith their presence ; but there
were merchants, doctors, bankers, tai
lors, artiet, lawyers, printers, and in fact
representative men of every profession,
trade, and busiucss. They all went to
see the elephant and they saw it. The
performance was highly satisfactory to
everybody. The company Is better than
ever before, and gives a strikingly sensa
tional show that is hard to beat.
Yesterday morulng a our friend Mike
Gleeu, alias Curly Mike, the dray roan,
was driving his dray loaded with sugar
oS of one ol the stages at Hallidny &
Phillips' wharf boat his lines caught on a
pile of hoop-polls piled at tho end ol the
stage which made the mule turn sud
denly, and run one ot the w heels of the
dray oil' of the stage. Mike went headlong
off the dray and under ttte wheels, one of
which passed over both his legs just
above the knees. We do not mean by
heading this item "lucky," that it was a
good thing that Mike was run over by
a dray-load of sugar, but that be was
lucky in not getting his legs broken.
Santa Clause has arrived and uppoiule d
Dan Ilartman his ngent for Cairo. He
has left the largest, finest and thcaK.st
assortment of holiday presents and toys
ever brought to Cairo. Come everybody
and see for yourselves it is no trouble to
show goods. tj
I oldest lor I be Clrealt l. lerkahlf,.
In purMirnnrf! of the affidavit and
hot ice given John A. Beevr. the Itcpnls
lican candidate lor the otllce of circuit
clerk, by John Q. Harmon. Inmoeratie
candidate lor the same office, the parties
met at the office of J. C. Lynch, connty
clerk, on Tuesday tuorulng, for the pur.
po-e of opening and examining the
ballots cast tit( the last election lor said
office. Mr. llarman demanded that the
ballots be opened, but Mr. Beeve,
through his Jattorr.ey, Jackson Frick ol
Joncaboro, protested against Hie action,
alleging at a reason that under the law
the ballots could only be opened by au
order of the county court- The attor
neys for Mr. llarman held that it was not
Only the right Of the county clerk, but
his duty, uudcr tho law, to open the bal
lots and count them.
Mr. Lynch, the, county I -tk, fhnling
himself in a very unenviable po-ition,
asked for a short time in which to post
hiiii'df. He applied to several ol the
most prominent lawyers of the city for
information, and nlro carefully examined
the statute", and was convinced that bis
lawful course was to comply with the
demands of Mr. llarman. He accord
ingly returned to bis ofiire, and made
known bis intention to open and count
tho ballots in the presence of the contes
tants, preparatory to a contest.
Mr. Frick again stoutly protested, and
questioned Mr. Lynch as to whi ther lie
knew that a heavy penalty rested upon
him if he should eatry out bis Inten
tions. Mr. Lynch cited him to the late con
test lu Johnson county, between Judge
Kuykendall and O. A. Harker for the
office ol county judge, aud remarked that
his shoulders were broad enough to bear
whatever penalty might be placed upon
him. He believed he wa right, nnd was
Mr. Frick and Mr. Reeve then with
drew Iroru the office, refusing to have
anything more to do or say in regard to
The ballots were then opened and the
count commenced. Among those
present were County Clerk Lynch, Rich
ard Fitzserald, John H. Robinson, Col.
George W. McKcaig, Walter Whitaker,
and Harry Rowland, the latter being a
clerk lu the real estate office ot Mr.
All day Tuesday the work of examin
ing the poll books, etc.. was kept up, and
yesterday morning the work was again
A number of irregularities are said to
have been found. In some instances two
candidates, and in others three candi
dates tor the offlce of circuit clerk were
voted for. On many of the ticket , two
numbers were found. The whole matter
is pretty badly mixed up, but will be
thoroughly sifted by the county court,
which meets again on the third Monday
The Episcopalian church people are
highly elated over the suocess ol the par
lor concert at Mrs. Galigher's on Tues
day evening. It w ass certainly a pleasing
as well as a raying entertainment. The
receipts were eight seven dollars and
fifty cents, the largest sum ever realized
by any similar aflair in the city.
The ladies of the Methodist church met
according to appointment lat night at
the residence of the Bev. Mr. Gilham,
and appointed a committee to prepare lor
their comlng'soclable. The sociable w 111
be given in the new brick building lately
erected for Thltlewood nnd Ilinkle on
Commercial avenue next Tuesday night.
It will be an oyster supper and sociable
combined, and will be a gay and no
doubt paying undertaking.
The regular monthly sociable ol the
Presbyterian church jeople, will take
place one week from next Tuesday night,
December twelfth, at the residence of A.
Mackie, ou Fifteenth street. 'I he socia
bles conducted by the good ladies of this
congregation have always been of the
most enjoyable character, and this one
will lie no exception to the rule.
Hare Sip sedy Mure.
The rapidity aud certainty with which
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horchouud cures diseases of the res
pirator organs and its reliability as a
remedy lor consumption long ago secured
lor it .'a foremost rank among medicines
of its class. It is in fact the recogulzcd
specific for throat and bronchial disor
ders. It promptly checks a cough, no
matter of how long standing, and af
fords great relief In cases of asthma. It
should not be mistaken for a palliation,
since it not only aflords immediate re
lief, but also removes all traces ol the
malady. It is a specific for croup. Trial
size 10 cents. Large sizes AO cents and
$1, for sale by Barclay Bros., Cairo ; also
agents' lor Pro!. Parker's Pleasant Worm
Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant to
take, aud requires no physic. Price i5
cents. Nov. Sl-Sw-d&w
A Harrow tar ape-
Ou Tuesday evenlug a party of fiat
boatmen finding themselves near the
work in the Mississippi levee, concluded
to tie up for the night. They accordingly
drove a stake into the batik, aud made
their lines fast to it, after w hlch all the
crew except one man named Hamilton
who was left behind to keep w at.h, came
to the city. During the night, the bank
where the stake had been driven caved
Into the river, and set the boat adrift.
She floated down stream with the cur
rent, aud in spite of the efforts of llaiuil,
ton, struck one of the stay Hues of the.
pile driver used by the government men
in fixing the levee, turned over and Mink,
Hamilton barely escaping with his life.
Read Dan Hartman's different notices
to the people. You will find them in the
Bi'LtETiv. It will pay you to read
them, reflect upou them, and then call on
Ilartman. Besides a walk through his
establishment makes one imagine him
self in the "hallsof tiichaulmcnt." Go
and look at his wares whether you buy
Suicide Is uot more sinful thau neglect
ing a cough. For only 25 cents you can
buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's cough syrup
a id be saved lrotn death. 401
(Jiiiinlr t ssrt, I
'1 he billowing U a of th law
disposed of up tr list fTNjlng, by Jiu'sge
Bross, during the present tcTUt of tin ,
Alexander comity court:
la the case of Ellen McCBjrrh-f'agalnsf '
Fleming nnd Lacy ; g imlslmicKT. Dis
missed as to giriiMhec ngainstjho St.
Louis railroad company. Can7fcont!h
tied as to Ferdinand K. 'anriftfonj of fba
garnMicc and seirn lacla. , f
In the cne ol Michael, Ifi'ius v,
Fleming and Lacy t 'assumpsit. 'Dam
ages $."100. Dismissed at plalntill's costs.
In the ease of Fleming and Lacy for the
use of Jf.tues Ryan, against Ferdinand
E. Canda; garnishment. Disuticd n
to St. Louis railroad company, ami con
tinned as to Ferdiinml K. Can la, one of
the garnishees, with order lor scira lacla
In the caw; of the people against Lo.
gun Morgan for gaining. Case contin
ued with alias capias.
In the case of Knob J homns ; gaming.
Case continued w ith nlias capias.
In the ca-e ol the People ogaln-.t ('has.
Schmidt, for selling liquor to minor,
etc. Continued with alius r.npia.
In the ene o Patrick Corcoran: anllinf
liquor wiiiious license. Continued gen
erally. In the ciic of the Peopl ngaitisl Wil
liam H. Parker, adultery ; proecuting
attorney entered nolle pros.
lu the case r. the People against
Irvin Maxwell, larceny; delet.danl in
court; plead guilty. Property stolen of
alleged value ol J.H0; defendant lined
$25 aud costs ot prosecution and remitted
to jail for ton days.
In the case ot Joseph I. A bio agaitiet
Cairo aud St. Louis railroad company.
Assumpsit; demand j5(K,0y. Allldavit
for change of venue filed by defendant
Caudee, president ol the road, which
being examined by the court, a change
of veuuo was granted to the
circuit court of Alexander county.
In the case of the People against Zern
Warner, larceny ; nolle pros, entered by
In the case of the People ngaint iem
Young, larceny ; di-mNsed for want of
Inlhccaacol the People against John
Harrigau, larceny ; defendant In court.
Plea ot guilty entered. Projicrty stolen
valued at $13 00; defendant fined 0t)
aud costs, and remitted to count' jail lor
The official bond of William C. Mill
key, states attorney elect, was examined,
approved and ordered of record.
The bond of Peter Saup, sheritT elect ot
Alexander county, w as presented, ap
proved and ordered of record.
Brackets, brackets! Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, just opened.
Designs entirely new from 25c. up. Ladie
toilet brackets, hat rack", paper and card
receivers, slipper cases, match sates, etc.
Rustic frames, plain walnut, or mixed
woods, all work put up in four diflerent
styles. Beautiful heavy moulding frames.
Orders taken for all odd sized rtwtic
frames, beaut it ul photograph frames, oval
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposite city shoe store,
Mr. Swander's old store. A rents w anted
Mohammed, in the Koran, make clean-
liners a religious injunction, and. in hi
description of paradise, rippling streams
from a large part, with lovely hours to
act as laundry women and ftuxuirs
ch'imhif.. Had he known as much as
people at the present time an exhaustless
magazine ol B. T'. Babbitt's Best Soap
whould have been Included in the Moi-
lem heaven. '2
W A R IIBI'StltXEMT, UVM Itlil'i.T, I
h . '.'I ISltj.
STATIOS. LOW WATER. 1
FT. J.y. IT. IN.
Cairo .3j lo .1 , 11 0
I'itthburif " X I
Cincinnati 1 M X T
Louisville 1" X
.Nashville ' ' 2
St. Ixuia 11 I
Kvsnaville ; 1 J X
Memiiliia m -. s 4
Vicksbunr .1 " i
New OrlfUDB 1 I I I I"
Hel'iw tiirta water of 1STI.
.Ssrtteunt, Signal Ijervire. U s. A.
Si earner James Fisk, Paducah,
" Belle of Memphis, Memphis.
James D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" John S. McComb, Mound City.
" Polar Star, barges. M. LouK
Steanier James Fisk, Paducah.
Belle ol Memphis, St. Louis.
James D. Parker, Memphis.
John N. McComb, South.
" Polar Star, barges, Tenn. river.
t'lhe James Fisk had a lair trip of
Ireight and an uuusually big passenger
list. She departed with a fair cargo of
freight. She will leave again this even
ing for Paducah at five o'clock tharp.
The Belle Memphis brought from
Memphis 250 bales of cotton which she
discharged here, the same to go to New
Y'ork by rail.
The gauge laid night maiked nine feet
seven inches. The rivers are declining
Tho weather is clear and cold.
The James D. Parker has a big trip for
Memphis. She made light additions
The John S. McComb came down
Irom St. Loula and went to Mouud City
on Tuesday night. She came back to
this port yesterday and went below to
pull snogs betw een here and Vlcksburg.
t.tataof Hetrr Dowd, doepuaed.
lb uuJcjsind ha v in b-ii apiioiinod -inimatratris
of U raUia of I'eur l.w,l, lat of
Hi county Alsiandrr an.l oute oi Illinois,
iturcaacd hereby S' H"(ic (but hrillai
pear la-fr Hie .iunty floiirt f AI'aivV
r.ni'it. 'b ''irt I -li lu l alio. U Hie lie
jiuir Icrm. ou ihe Ihi'U Mn.luy iu Hetembcr
tiesi. at which time all rsn hainrf claim.
ai:ainst said estate are "ot.rted ami i.Ulc.t
Z aiwrnt f"T the .roa of ba iog Our mum a l
iumea All heraons lulebt.l to Mid state are
roe'"! V" iluittadiale US Weill in IU
UUl'ialed"ima tt ty ' KoremU-r. A. 1. , tM.
lw MH, bhlUCitl U'JttO. A'lsnY
AUCTION ! AUCTION ! !
Cairo Real Estate, Improved and Unimproved
Residence and Business Property at
Public or Private Sale.
iimlersk'UKd etl". r for tW the follow in ; iliol.ie lots of Cairo IVoptrty, to-
llli: MAMI K'KNT BFIBF.NU: VTtOPEKTT
nCfi'tiutereial svnn.e, essf sile. south of Twentieth strfc-t, r.imprialDg lots 0, 10, II,
I.', ami 1.1 In block (.. hi ail'litioo. (mi lots 10 aul 11 j shunted an riorum
ilwtllint.'. I.'i room-, clo'els, bnth room. in irMe nia6tl"S, lulls, ijtrrMors, nnd all tbw
spinirtenancei of a irl-i:U4 mmlcra dwelling. TLe bliilJlnit U liis-t hi'tn thoroughly
n paiulfd and repaired, an I is in every w ay ilie mual ol any lu the city. Ihe mr
riirtdiii! vrU0'ls arc Msteiully laid nut, beautified mi 4 ndm iir with ehol.'ft and ol
tmbli! shrubbery rel trull.
Also a a Una a irimrbnu properly n-istin;f ol lot ;, 7. H. fi 10. It. 12, M and U. in
block 1!, 4tU aililitbiti, ltiialel on M.h sontiiw et corner of Tweuty-t'iurrli anil Pine
streets ; lots .' and i u t :i t n a luxa one and one-half ( I 1-ii st I y fi ami ilw ellit k, 7
ro ,nis, jrood eitrn. uuip, outhou s, etc All these lets are under pond tenees, and
the premises in ttior"ii(j;!i icp iir.
Also the rc-iilcn p'oprrtr -'fuaicd ou the arntth sb of TtnMi trett. wrst. c Wal
nut ttreet. to In- I its 17 and !, t.loi k 70, lity. Therein en lot is tt j;rie tw Hory
frame dwelling, 7 rooms, iIm t, pood elsti mi, outhouses, etc, in tbonxtck repair. A
Ici-irable propurty iu a!! respret.
Also all that xalustdi tuiHiuess and residence piopertv situated at tlio f outtiwest cr-
neroi i enm street and vt sninio.i Avenue, on lot 7 and t, bloi k 4i. I ity of I
and eotnpriilnif three CI) el the tnM retail tor room in the cltf, and ab'.it 15 i
ltne riKiins suitnii'e for fnmijies or boarders, pood citern, nntheut, etc. A
good n pair. 1 hta Is one ot the hot btisins loeations in Ciitro.
neroi tenth street and ashintoa avemtc,
Alo the mat'oiiicenlbUMiit's r petty
wct of Comnien ijl nvrime. rovt-ring lots .17, y.", ;j'.i and si), in block ! and eon-itin:
of five (:) Hue two story brb-k storrs or wtrcliO'Ke", em h 2 1 reef front bv 7U lept deep.
Asiiii -, roomy, sul.stantlai I uilOinps sittiuted in tho bui-'ntis i enter or" our city, tb
are not excelled in f airo
Abo the innaimota one story frame wsrehdu!; situ ited on lots :V ar J :ifl, ar d l:! snd
14, la block 'J.h, b'.n? Irotitaije ou Tenth street, west of Commercial avenue of :)
feet, aud rtmnlDir baek 'JOO feet lo tb vent h street. 1 bo business loi-aiinn t,f tbis
property Is uiiexeelled. Uuildlnx suh-t .utisl In everv re-pct. and suitable for the
Iicmu t and f,nlklr.t niereh.inilie.
A No the following vacint lots In the same bloi V, fror.tiu F.letenfh strret, to-w It : :,
10, 1 1 and J J. tjr0r.ihl4 lor tenc tiiiDi", residence or buioe.- purpiKe.
The ab,ve described re il tnr. will, h tneludcs some ol lb bpt In f'a'nv will In
ott. red nt privnte up t i Thur liy, H. ci'iubcr f tb. l:t. On tljat date the unsold
remaicder wi'l be lipn-3d of al puMii: :ilc.
To parties ili'lroti ol inv "linx in go-id pa) iiii? Cairo property, fie above list presents
cunuces el loin oil red.
Terms of snlc one-fourth eili ; bnlntice 1, 2 and .1 jcnr, e'pial pavinents, with per
e'CDt. Interest ecurl by nioitira.-e.
fale U eouiiiieuoe Ht lu o'clock a.m. at southwest comer of Tenth-st. and Washington
eniie ar.d continue until eotrpleted.
For plsts, iJpscrlptions unl all iiilorncition crnemliv spplwto or ddres,
JOHN HAK.MAN A CU.,'lt.'il KMsto AifPlHs.
Or In M . TtfOBNT'iX. Kso . . W. for. Mxth and Leveo atreet, 'ftiro. I I.
Mislbjvilie, III. (suncopv. 10-27-tf
M.ito of Illinois, ouniy oi AltxsnJer
( ircuil l' it of Alexander countv,
.btouary Turin, A. D., 1x77.
lli nrv Whiti jiiio vs. rJla iteid. Andrew
Keid, .Mury tubhs, epb.iniuh "tubbs, Kosn
nitrres and Wlliitiiii fluse, in Ctiaueerv.
To Zephanluti Stitbbs one of the shove
named dclendntits. Alllduvtt having been
lile-4 In the otllce ot the e erk of said court,
thiityou tplmniali S:ntb, on due iiiipiiry
cannot be found,. ou r hereby riotitit d
thnt the eomplinnant tiled hi i!l of com
plaint In said Court on Ihc Chai.eery side
tlii reof on ihe2:)d iliiy ol AiU'ii'-t, A.l). l.s;ii.
and thai a summon t!ieieti)ion is-ued out
Ol .lid ClUlt aaill-t said deter d.illt-i. Ti'-
UirnaMe on the rrt Monday ot s.'pteiiilier,
A. L., 1870, is by law re'i'i'iicd. and thsi
said summon wa reltivnci a to vou "D'd
Now, therefore, tinlc-s you, the said
, ' pliwiiuli Muhbs, sIih!' peisoraliv be and
appear beloie Ihc said Circuit Court of Al
eati ler County on the tt - t day ol the next
term thereof, t" be liolden at th court
hou-e in the city of C'lir , iu -aid county,
on the tir.-t Monday ot January, A. li. 17.
and plead, answer or denitir to the kuid
corepU'.uant's bill el complaint, the S;ime.
and the matters and things therein c bared
and slated, will be takin'r colifeed. and
a decree tnt. red nya n-t j vM neco'diic to
the prayer of sid bib.
KKl'liKN . VOCI'M, C'erk.
Fl-HKR Jfc WllEKLRIt.
Noveiubir 1, A. I)., 17. oaw-4w
Stte of Minois, County of Alexander.
Circuit Court of Alexan -er County, Jan
uary Term, A. l., 1 ss7 7 .
William W. Huey v Kucns (laraxhty.
Louistsnne Garaelny, William 11. (iale. Al
clnda U. lisle, cntharine Hale, Jacob 11.
llurrouph nnd I'.obert 1.. Wilson, In Chan
eery. Affidavit ot the non-residence of
Eugene tiarairhty, l.ouNianue tiarahty,
William 11. Oale.'Alelndii It. Hale and i utn
ariBe (iale, Jacob II. Hurroub and I'.obert
l WiNon, the delendants above named,
iiavintr been tiled in the olllee ot the Clerk
of said Circuit Court of Alexander County,
notice is hereby piven to tho sal 1 non-resident
defecdants, that tbc complainant tiled
his bill of complaint in Fald Court on tbe
uancery side thei"ol on the 2Jd day of
November, A. I., IsTti, nnd tbat a Kununous
thereupon issued out of said Court uainst
said dcteiidulit", returrttble on the first
Monday of January, A. !., ls-77, a-s is by
Now, therefore, uid.'-s jon, the -a'd non
resident dstcod.-in', hall personally be and
appear beloie the said Circuit Court of Al
exander County on the ti r-t day id the uext
Term thereof, to be liolden at the court
hoite iu thecity ol Cairo, in said county, on
1U9 tirrt Monday of J.iniMry, A. 1 , ls77,
audidsad, answer or demur to thu said
coiuplaiaanl'a bill of ciniphiint the same,
and tho matters uml thin,' there
in ehaiyed and t its 1. will be
takeu a conte'-'ed. ami a decree entered
a "at n -t vou ajcordin to the prayer of s.tid
KM UKN S. en I'M, LmU.
( airo. Nov. iJ, A. !., l.ii. oaw-4w
Mierllf'a Ki.le- I
Hv virtue of an ixccutlon to iuedireet.il by (he i
eltrkof the Circuit Court of Alexander County in !
tne Sialeot Illinois in In v. rut Daniel S. i'aviv,
administrator, de bonin lion ol .laiues .1. I'roto.
deuraMsd, tor the ue ol Levi M. luvis, and ;
aaiiut Willi:mi It saielnky. 1 have Mied up
ou the foPowiau descnbeil prn)M rty. Minuted in :
I In- lily of Cairo, County l Alexander, und slate -i.f
lili'nois, to wit: Lot muulmed thirty (.') in
Illoek mmitMred forfv-flve ('), as the prota-rlv
of the aid William II . .Sandusky, w hich I i-rmfl .
offer at .lllil Ic le al the Sulitll-wt .it door of the
rurt house tu the city t Caiio, In Sii I cneity ,
on the biKhth day of iN eiub. r. A I'., at
the hour of elaxrii o'll.tl, a In, lor cadi lo
f aifv .aid cxtcuti n.
AI.EX 11. IIIVIV, She, iff.
Cuiro, Ills , N'ov I'i, 1"7". d-t-d
r. I". Kiinkrl'a ItlMcr wine of Iron i
his never been known to fall in the cure of
weakness, attended wiih symptoms; indis
uofitloD to exertion, loss of memory , dilli- !
cult v of breathiup, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, ntrvoiis treinblii's. dread-1
lul borrorof death, nlyht sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, unt-'
verbal iasitudo ot the muscular system, :
enormous appetite with dyarcptU synip-1
touir, li'it hands, ilaibln ot tba holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid eountcDaica and '
eruptions on tbe face, puiilyiiii; the blood,
paiu in tho ba -k, lleavlur ol tbe eyehda,
freiucnt black spots ll)iiiK In lore the eyes '
wilb teuiparary sultl-iou and lost of i'!)t,
want ot ttttcutlou, etc. These syiuptonia
all arise from a weakne.s. and to remedy i
that, iin6 E. Kuuki l's Hitter Wiuo of
Iroa. It never tail-. Tho isaiils are now
enjoying beultb who haw Used it. Take
ouly E. V. Kunkel's. !
Hcwara of counterfeit! and bae iuiita
tio!i. As Kunkel's iiitter N niu of Iron is '
so well kuoivu all over the couutry, drui;-!
gUU theiiiMlves mke au imitation uu I try .
to sell It od to their eustomt r, when :Ir)
call lor Kurikel'a 11. iter Win ot Iron.
Kunkei'a Hitter Wine of Iron is put up .
only in 1 bottles, mid has a ) ellow w r.ipi r (
nicely put on the outside w ith the pro- ,
priet r's pbotiK''ph on tli wrapper oi
eaeb but To. Always look Pr the bolo
erapb on 'be ouiid', and you w ill alwaya i
be sure to pet tbe genuine. One dollar pel ;
bottie, or six for .. ol I by d.-u,j;is s and
Abb WORMS KEMOYED AI-1VE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails'
to des'roy l'ia Seat aud fcioiuaeli Worm..
Ir. K tinsel, the only siicce. lul phy-n ijii
no ivuiovis Tape U orui io two h..tw.
alive, with hevd, and uo fee until removed,
Common seu) teaches tbut il Tapo Worm
be removed, all other worms can l re i.h y
deitroyed. send lor circular to lr. Ken
kcl, No. :) North Niuth street, i'hilidcl
pbia, I'., or tail ou your druijist and av-k
for a bottle of Kuukel'a Worm i"P
rrice, tb". It never !U.
on lois 7 and h, bloi k 4i. I ity of Cairo,
Mtuuted on th rorili ida of Tetth atrest.
JOHN H. MULKET,
4t(orney at Law.
OFflCK : At residence on Ninth Street, Iivm
WsdiinKtiin avenue and Walnut Mm t.
I Klt on deai.s:ks.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholea'e rnd IXad Iieatera in
WIXKH OF AIsI KIVHS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MK.S-H? . SMYTH A CO. haTs jonstantiT
a lurm- sioi-k ot the lvt ool lu IImi mar
ket, and rTiversiKvial attention tolbe bolaal
raacii oi the husiiiesa.
m:ti mm to m mn
Room 2nd Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 13 .00 Per Day
Special Rt by Week or Month.
A limtied niiml'er ot very deairahle family
room ran Len euieU at reasonable rales lor lli
'I lie St. Charlen is the largest and best anioint
rl 1 1 oil's iu soutlieru lllinoin, and is the eadiii
liuti I in Cairo. Notw lili.Uinluot the "lied
ItiKk" isiluclion in price, the table will, a
U-lc.il, be l.lienillj- supplied with Ihe Very tx-rt
ol every thing tluit ein be fount! in market.
Kiue luine oainple rooms for eoiiiinercial tmv
elers. on around floor, free of charge.
t-All liaKxav-nf Ktivsta conveyed to andtroin
the hotel without charge
K. R. HUVEff,
INNI RASjt r.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO IsV,
City Hational Bank Buildinf, up-iUiri.
?h Old eat EaUblbihad AaTancy In South J
rn Illinois, repreaantinar o
t65 000 OOO
ARB PAID 3
tiiaoica in line of duty, if by
accident or otherwise. A
WOl'Afl or any kind, the
loss of a t'lnrer or Ts, or
thetoof an tlye. a Mt'tN
Tl'ltC, if but slight, fisa
j.tnMon. Diseais of Lun(S
cr rle ! $iv a
I en iuii.- 11 Oil M TV.- If
ci.i.-rc : . i wouud, injuries
irri t'. . y .u ret full koua
ty. - ..ut 'i sismps for
c .py ul Pcniou and Bounty
Awl. A J I'f-i -iIMetisrstft
V. !. cuku Auut, liidianaps.
0l i4. lod. aurOn all Uiura
n- ,ik KU Ho .
1 hue tliouxund. In hundt-etl iad (J rt r dollar
werih ol ue-pir udeitiMiiif, at uhlihcr'
mus t neu lor tia ilithrsul'i' us.l
e eiled in iuuurM frolu alri Users ef reua
Ihlilly. . 111. led lirl, Slllerf llue. rbarlr r.
dual dallv aud Lly i iu uinlioa at.d x-hnlula
al' of adivrlisiiiif, reel fnr lu aujr adlrM.
Apply to Co I. stuaall Co.. Va i.iir
AdNerlistnjf Ajtnts, U l(o, N Y