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Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots la
exchange lor St. Louis properly.
A fine residence ou corner llalbrook
avenue and Tweuty-third street, at a bar
Cottage on Sixth street between Well
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Houe and lot on Eighth street bet ween
Walnut and Cedar, $l,6ft0.
FOH REN r.
Two-story bouse on Twenty-eighth
street, between Poplar nnd Commercial
Store room lately occupied by Howe
Alachlne Co., on Commercial avenue, be
tween Truth and Eleventh streets.
The first floor of a brl k d welling cor
ner ol Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on the north ride ot Twelfth
Street between Walnut and Cedar.
lluiiies boue on Ievee stmt above
Eight, and in good repair.
Hoonis In a two story houso on Com
mercial avenue between ivimh and Tenth
Store room near comer ct Twentieth
. at.d Toplar street ; 8.
Tenement 3. 4, 5 and 10 in Winter'
Kutv lor $10 per month, and In first-dafs
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Srcamore and Poplar.
IXooum In nearly every part of the 'dty.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
Land lu tracts to cult, near CjIio.
TU ! Trl I "
A spicy sketch, descriptive of a trip
ever ttie Atchlnson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, th beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by Nyin Crinkle," the mualcal and
dramatic critioct the New York World,
sent free on application, togcthet with
the San Juan OuuU, toapaand time ta
blet ot this new and popular route from
Kansaa City and Atehinson to Pueblo.
Denver, and all pointi In Colorado. Sew
Mexico, Ariwna and the San Joan Mine.
The tinest lineol Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the Missouri river and
the Rocky Mountains without chane.
Fp-clal round trip tourU'V ticket irom
the Miwourl river to Denver at $50, good
to atop off at all points. Address,
T..I. AxtERsoj,Gen. Pass. Ag'U
' Tl rapidity and certainty with which
Dr. MorrV tirucf Tar. Wild Cherry
and If orehound curt diseases of the res
piratory organs and iu reliability as a
remedy tor consumption long ago secured
lor it a foremost rank among medicines
of Ita chut. Jt U in fact the rreognized
specitie for throat and bronchial dUor.
dr. It promptly checks a cough, no
Blatter of bow long utaudiug. and al
fords great relief In eases of asthma. It
should not be mUtaketi for a palliation,
since ll not only ufiords immediate re
lief, but aUo rtroowv all trace ot the
u.tdy. It Is a ayeci&c fur uou. Trial
slz 10 cents. Larga sib t.Q cents and
SI, for sate by Barclay l$ro Cairo ; ho
agetita lor Prol. Purker'a Pleasant Worm
Syrup, which never fi!s. Pleasant to
ake, and r quires do phtflc. Price 25
ttut. Mov. -'l-Sw-dJt
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc , of the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for irurnes
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bepenW tor hun the 11b
erality ot patronage that has been be-
stowed upon us. liis assortment ot
moulding U complete, prices beyond
competition and he uarentees satlxfac
3ion in all caes.
Tairo. Oct. 10, 1S76.
U Cairo Blixetis Co.
Adrninlotralor Xolire of Final nn
Ileiurtil. To the Iwlrs and creditor of Aaron C.
A then on, di ceused, and all other in
Take notice, that I shall, at the Decem
ber term, A. D., 1&7G, of the county
court of Alexander county, apply for a
full and flual discharge from all further
liability as administrator ol the estate ol
f ild deceased. Elijah Dickerso.v,
Geo Fisher, Atfy )- Administrator.
Cilro, Nov. 24. 1876. diw-lw
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 it necessary. Address
'. F. P.. P. O. box 601, Cairo Illinois.
J. towwra Mtelavliaa.
nn Eighth street, two doors from Alex
auder County Bank, is the place to get a
Ushlonabla hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else. In the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or drepeed.
either at the shop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, u neat and fash
lonable hair cut, or refrebhlng champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonic always kept on hand. 'The
huth room connected with this establish -eient
la the only one In the city, and Is
always kept In the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
A lull line of Rodger's best stiver plated
tfoods, castors, tea and table spoons,
knives and forks ; also a complete assort
tneut of the bett brands of table and
pocket cutlery at bottom prices. 22-lf
IJaoaw's Maowoma Bsut preserves
and restore the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan aud sallowness ; makes the
skin solt, white and delicate. Its applL
cation cannot be detected.
Lvov' KaTbuirov make beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant toalrt prevent It fall,
ing out er turning gray. It ha stood
the test of 40 years. Is cJuumlcglj ptr
fusMtl m bM a sim.
or ad Tf snsrysj.
0411 hills for adrantsi&t, era dos m4 pay
M p iVASKai
Tnafleat a4mt!eloc will bs losnied as tt
rata of si 00 fer sonata forth Bret lowtion
aal to ceats for sacb suhMqaaat om a llbaral
dteoooat will bt aiada on itaMiog aud 4iSl .
for Insartiof ruaeral Botlca l rv Kotlcc uf
riwctlo' of societies or stwtt orders to cent for
Cbarca, Society, fee U ml aad Bujipcr autioes
will oaly U iosertMl as adTertiastueaU
Xo advertlwoicat will be rtxxivwl atlas Utaa
to oenU, ami ao aoverUMiBrBt will be iarrtxl
tot Imw than thru dollar r month
I.OCAt, Bl HIJIS.M NTI'EA
Of one square lines space) or more, In
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (less
than one squtre counted as a square.)
One insertion per square - $ 60
Two Insertions per square. 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square.. 3 GO
Special rates made on large advertise
meats or for longer time.
8ECRBT BOCIETIE3 -
ASCAUlN LODUK, NU. si.
Ralchts of fytblw, nnwW et-Ty Frl
Imy uiRh! t hall-pwit atven, in Xil
Kellfiw' Hall. Howa,
4 atinellor Commander.
OALKXAKDKB LOtM.E, NO. at.
lnctrH!nileul UrkT of Oi't-t el
low.v inerU crery Tbnrikta tiixht
at baif-pwt cTcn, In tbtir hall oa
tiimrreial areouf, between sixth ai4 Serentb
:rvti S. A, UtToai, N U
"lAIRO KNCAMPMKNT, t. O. O. F., rrwseU
in M-r-llw' Hall oa the Ant and third
I ueada) in crery iiionUl, at balf-paat evea
A. Comimos. C P
Jt CAIKOLODfiE. NO 237.A.F. ti M.
Jf Hol'l r-rulr euniniunicatioDa ia Ma
Jafnic ilall, ounwr ComnwrRial aeu
' Nnrt Eirhta atraet, oa th aeoond aad
nrth Monday of trh month .
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1S76.
Vmmt HMlkcr ItetMirs.
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JAM ICS WAtiON,
titwmnU Klxnal bvt.'. I'. V A.
Bill Heads and Monthly StatemenU, pink
and yellow, at the Blllstin otSce. tf
Maalweaa SIoom rwr IlenS.
The brick building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able terms. Apply to B. F. Blskk. tf
lAdlea ! Wat.
For rale, a ladies Elgin hunting cae
frold watch ; retail price $75 00, will be
sold for $55 ; 00 has never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
liver Tea St.
One Ropers. Smith t Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, 6 pieces, entirely new.
retail prloe f 60 00, tan be bought for
W. Apply tot. A. liurnelt.
Fr fiat or l.e. rb Arliaataw
This well known and popular hotel l
now oSered for sale or leae, on eacy
term. For partlculurs inquire on the
premises. Twos. B. Ellis,
Koroethina; Everybody Wssu.
A lamp chimney that will not break.
You will find them at llartman's new
queeusware store. - He hat the largest
and best asortmeut of flue flint clrimneys.
which lie I selling at the same price of
common chimneys. Tiy them. He de
Cairo. Ills., Sov. 21st. 1476.
Whereas, my wife Miry Ellen Birton,
has left my bed and board without just
cu--,e or provocation. This is to warn
all persons Irom trusting her on my ac
count, as I will piy m dcbM of her con
tracting alter this date.
We will pay no bills for goods or mcr
chandie purchased for the Bulletin
by any ol the employes, unless the pur
chase Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bulletin Co.
Tf Tit riliseaa mf rlr and SSur
Having removed my queenswsre store
to my old stand, corner of Sixth 6treet
a.id Commercial avenue, 1 am prepared
to sell everything In tho crockery and
glassware line at priues never before of
fered in Cairo; intending to devote my
entire attention to the crockery business,
t have purchased th largebt and finest
assortment ever brought to thU market,
and it is now ready for inspection. Give
us a call before you purchase elsewhere.
tf. Dan Habtman.
first of the -Brand siaaqae
The Delta Dancing Club, composed of
s score ot the young men of this city,
will re-orjanije tor the season on Tues
day evening, December 5th, 1876, by giv
Ing a grand mHtquerade ball et Scheel's
hall. Tickets, $100 each. Tickets can
be procured of any of the committee, or
of Phil Suup, Paul Schuh or M- J, Mc
Gauley, ' Sylvester Cook,
Cius. A. a IP,
21-2w Committee of ArraRgements.
Mr. F. M. StocknYth has just received
from Europe one of the tinest stocks of
wines ever brought to this city. All Of
these wiues arc imported straight from
the old country by Mr, Stooktkih, and
parties desirous of purchasing for bar or
any other purposes will do well to call
upon him before buying elsewhere,
Among lb luteal brand received are
Rhine wiues in cases, Oppenhelmsr,
Goldberg, lIockbeimr Domdeclwrjr,
Nlerstlmer, Deldesheiraer. AumottL.
houscr, and oatlv Catawba. AU these
re on sale U asy euauilty at the nry
I I do
I da m
Thursday la Thanksgiving day.
Big Tom Little of Unity was In the
--Mr, George Corlif of Metropolis,
was in the city yettcrday,
Blhop McLaron left thin city lor
Chester on Monday evening.
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Dan.
Galligan was burled yesterday.
New Year caller should procure
their cards at the Bulletin oOlce.
The Rev. M. Rearden, ol Memphis,
was a guest at the St. Charles Yesterday.
Mr. Frank Uowe, ot the Arm of Chas.
M. Uowe A Co., returned from New Or
To-morrow Is Thanksgiving, and
business lu this city will be generally
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Snflord were ex
pected home from Champaign and Chi
cago last night.
Dealers In wood and coal appreciate
this kind of weather. There is millions
in it for them.
The sale of damaged goods will be
continued on Halliday & Phillips' wharf
boat to-day. Bargains.
The narrow guage railroad is suld to
be doing a thriving business, both in its
passenger and freight traffic.
This Is the season for revivals among
the colored christians. Rev. Rix'
church is in full blast every night.
Judge William II. Green of this city,
is attending the Massac county circuit
court, now iu session at Metropolis.
A new picket feuce around the Epis
copal church on Fourteenth street adds
greatly to the appearance of that edifice.
Letnp'a lager beer took the first pre
mium at the centennial. Andrew Lohr
is the agent at Cairo for this celebrated
The Cairo publia schools are In a flour
i.hing condition. The attendance of
scholars Is very large in nearly every
Miss Jennie McClure and sister,
daughters of Mr. Thomas McClure, of
Clear Creek, were registered at the St,
Mlts Lucia Bugg. daughter of Judge
Bugg of Blandville. Kentucky, Is a guest
at the residence ot Mr. Sauuel WiUon,
on Eighteenth street.
Tills U to give notice that all citizens
troubled with Cough or Cold should at
once procure a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cougn
Syrup. Price 25 cents. f 41
Mr. J. O. Wilson, a prominent nv r
chant of Chicago, aud general agent lor
the Atlas Insurance Company of that
city. Is in Cairo, lie is registered at the
A runaway horse on Washington
avenue on Monday evening, litterally d.
tuulbhed a wagon, several sign poMs. a
wheelbarrow or two, and played hob
Mr. B. F. Parker is about to con
meuets the ervctlon of iirwr COllapcoti
Eleventh street, near Dr. Brighaiu'e resi
dence. The material for the bouse Is now
f n the ground.
John Poor's new house on Eleventh
etrtet near Cedar will so n be ready to
move Into." It is a neat cottage, and
adds much to the appearance ol the
Dogs and children are the principal
productions of the barracks. Five chil
dren and three dogs to tne family is the
average, and they are the meanest kind
ordogs, at that.
M. Thurman. of Memphis, James F.
Ballard and R. W. Babbitt, ot St. Louis,
and C. C. lloldeu, of Chicago, were
amocg the arrivals at the St. Charles yes
terday. The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will give a parlor concert at the
residence of A. Mackie, on Filteetith
street, two weeks trom last eveulng, the
12th of December.
The German school house on Four
teenth street, is approaching completion,
and will soon be ready lor occupation.
When completed the building will be
wort comfortable than ever.
There will be union thanksgiving
services of the Methodist and Presbyte
rian churches held in the church ot the
latter congregation to-morrow. All arc
invited to attend.
The government forces are still at
work on the river bank at or near the
foot ot grave-yard ridge. The work be
ing done Is of a substantial character.
Go out and take a look at it.
A mule, sold at auction yesterday
moruitia' on Ohio levee, changed hand
several times In the course of a few min
utes. The lucky men 'were those who
succeeded in getting rid of the mule.
The ovster supper and sociable given
by the Methodist church ladies last night
turned out to bo a decided success.
There was a very large attendance of
both y oung and old people, who spent
their money freely.
The county commissioners have made
a levy of 20 cents on each one hundred
dollars of the taxable property of the city
and county lor road purposes. The
money derived from this source will bo
kept as a separate fund, and will be used
for road purposes only.
Front SheriQ Saup we learn that
there will be no regular county jailer ap
pointed. Mr. Saup proposes to furnhh
all supplies for tin jail, and hire a man
to taku charge of the Institution. Mr.
Dan McCarthy, the late city Jller, Is
the coming man.
Read the local notice of tirst-class
laundry, study the price and' wear clean
clothes. Mrs. Coleman' laundry Is a
long established and well known instl
tutlcnof Cairo, aud Mrs. C. has earned
the appellation of the best washer and
Ironer In this stolon. Give ber a trial.
Toe Charter Oak cook stove, now In
wy kitchen, ha beeo used ten years. It
bakes peril ctly with less loel than any
atova that I know of; la per fee try clean,
D9 4ut r aakea acaje int tat raw,
ao4 X cnaeraUy recommend It to any
housekeeper wanting a first-das stove.
Who will succeed Dick Fitzgerald a
keeper ot the county Ja.l 1 1s a question
asked nowa-day. We don't know who
Dick' snooeaeor will bet hut one thing
we do know, and that Is that a mere efll
cient and faithful officer than Dick has
been csu't be found lu Alexander county.
Santa Clause has arrived and Mppolnted
Dan Hartman hi agent for Cairo. Ue
ha left the largest, finest and cheapest
assortment of holiday presents and toy
ever brought to Cairo. Come everybody
and see for you. selves, It la no trouble to
show goods. U
Gen. Phil. II. Sheridan and staff, con
sisting of B. B. Lockett, E. swift, M. V.
Sheridan and James W. Forrth, arrived
In this city from New Orleans at four
o'clock yesterday morning and took up
their quarter at the St. Charles, where
tliey remained until yesterday aKeruoon,
when the party departed lor Chicago.
"Our Boys," an organization of
young men of this city, have made ar
rangement for a negro minstrel per
tormance to take place at Scheel's hall,
Thursday evening, November 30th. Af
ter the minstrel performance there will
be a free ball, to Continue through the
night. Admission. CO cents. Ladies,
free. 2t F. Herbert, Manager.
I have forgotten one thing that
brought me to New York," said one
groeer to another, waiting tor au out
ward bound train. "I must stay over
and order a supply-of B. T. Babbitt's
Best Soap, for It's worth all the rest com
bined." Such is the experience of all
households, and people are getting to be
unable to do without it throughout the
whole country. (63) .
Speaking of the new Tretnont House,
Chicago, of which our friend Jewett
Wilcox, late of the St. Charles hotel, has
assumed the management, the Rational
Hotel ReporUr, published at Chicago,
says: -James Conch. Eq., Is proprie
tor of tbe Tremont, and he ha fully dem
onstrated that he ha descended Irom a
long lineol the famous Tremont land
lords. Though advanced in years, Mr.
Couch U a much more active landlord
than many younger men, and he is ever
about the house giving his personal and
experienced attention to everything and
to the wants of his guetts, in all ol
which he is assisted by his son, Mr.
Ira Couch. Col. Jewttt Wilcox, who
has recently assumed the position of
manager, well and favorably ki.own iu
Cairo aud St. Louis, where he his long
resided, as a hotel man ol large experi
ence and undoubted ability. He has al
ready shown himself to be a "live" man,
and Ids connection with the house Is sure
to f rove of great and lasting bene tit to
the hotel aud all who way become his
guest, tie is evidently "the right m n In
the right place." Cairo peoole should
not fail to give Jewett a call when visit
We lesrn from Sir. W. Kennedy, a
MIslslppl Central railroad express tnes
senger, that an attempt wis made near
Bolivar, Tenn., on Monday night, to
wreck tbe passenger train due here at 11
o'clock. Tbe train was several hours
late when it arrived at Bolivar, and aftir
leaving that station ran at a lively speed.
Near Middleburg, a small station six
miles distant from Bolivar, the train was
run ofi the main track on to a switch
which had beeu thrown open by un
known parties, but the engineer sue
ceeded In stopping it belore any damage
was done. The train was bucked out
and again started on the main track, but
bad gone but a hort distauce when the
euyiue encountered a pile ot ties on the
track, which Jarred things so much that
the baggage and mad cars were
tumbled clown tbe embankment and had
t be left behiud. Tbe U.eman on the
engine, a colored niau, when the train
struck tbe oostructlou. jumped and re
ceived injuries about the bead and body
that will prove fatal. The engineer re
mained vn the engine and was but
slightly hurt. The train was again
started out, aud bad run but a few hun
dred feet when the engine struck s huge
telegraph poll lying serosa the track,
but which failed to do -any damage.
Four different piles . ot ties, telegraph
poles, etc., were ran into within the dis
tance of a mile. It is asserted by aome
that tbe obstruction were placed on the
track for the beueflt ot Gen. Phil. Sheri
dan and bis ataS, who were passengers
on the train, and General riheridan In a
conversation with Col. McKeaig jester
day morning at the St. Charlts, ex
pressed this belief. -
1 tie BeaS Ly;rr.
St. Louis. Nov." 21st, 1S76.
Ma. Andbew Lohr, Caiko ;
I have the honor to inform you that,
according to information rec Ived from
Director-General Graham, ot the centen
nlal commission In Philadelphia, and also
trom the secretary of the Chief; Brewers'
Association of the United States. Rich
ard Katzenmeyer, in New York, that rny
lager beer was awarded the first prize
medal at the International exhibition at
Philadelphia. I call your attention to
this fact, as further proof of tbe superior
ity of my beer, which I shall always en
duavor to keep at the highest standard ot
perfection. - - .
Respectfully, W, J.' Lkm.
- Mr." Andrew Lohr, to whom (he above
letter is addressed, has handled Letup'
beer lor more than five years. It U pue
of the most excellently flavored and
healthy beverages of the kind manu
factured, and is immensely popular
throughout the United States among beer
drinkers, Mr. Lohr w ill continue to act
a agent tor tbe iAxup Brewing Co., and
parties desiring to purchase the beer can
procure It of him either by the bottle,
keg or barrel artha very lowest figures.
risM Bewlaia eajtsse
Halliday and Phillip' wharf boaf )
o'clock, p. us., Ho tS, IbTfi,
Together with .urh!)iuf oi every 'dl
scrlptJosj. Wiwtxb a rt.rr
V4ttv CntAwhm Wi.. T
The finest Natlvo Catawba wine rrer
brought to Cairo at one dollar per gal
Ion at F. M. Stock Oei h's. 2JWt
Yftwtalir , t
Sohl at the very lowest market prices at
the rectifying hour", ci Mwrelock A
Scliulu. "0 Ohio levee, under the ex
press office. No2y-lru
XertlitrMS abbaa natal Kroat,
R. J. Cundiff has a car load of North
ern cabbage, and a car loud ot krout for
sate cheap, at his grocery, north side of
Eighth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues. ll-21-0t
Fifty cents at Winter.' Gallery,
rr Hale he p. -
A larse (No. 27) Lone Star wood
stove. Enquire at Gas office.
2w II. T. Geroulp.
Native ralawb Wine.
The finest Native Cat wba wine ever
brought to Cairo at one dollar per gullon
at r. M. tt'ocknYth. 2.S-3t
"auction sale at
Winter & Stewarts, 111 Commercial
avenue, 10 o'clock a. m., Nov., 29th li7C.
Glassware, queensware, clothing,' Christ
mai poods, etc. '
If you want cheap castors and Rodgers'
silver plated spoon, go to Hartinau's
new queenswaro store. He is selling
them twenty-five per cent less than you
cm buy them at auction. tf
CONTINUED SALE OF .
flilUJay and Phillips Whart Boat
FROM WPECK or
Wednesday Afternoon, 2 o'clock,
yovnuBEB SDra. 1S73.
WIST ERiSlEWARi", Auct'r.
jftif r-atawba win.
The finest Native Catawba wine ever
brought to Cairo at one dollar per gallon
at F. M. Stockfleth'j. 23 3t
Aftf-r only seventeen years of buine
the Equitable Life Assnranoo cnmpmiy
has Hotets of over f30.0C0.000, being
greater than any ot the forty-oir- com
panies excepting two, one ot which i
twenty-nine, the other thirty-two years
lu busl.iese. Tne eah income of the
Eqnittblc was 9,571 .&G In 175, being
greater than all but one of the forty-one
companies, ami that oue thlrty-ouc years
In busiifcess. Report of Misenchitstttt
. Okriatma-t rrawata. ,
Brackets, brackets! Call immediately at
Variety Bracket House, juBt opened.
Designs entirely new from 25c. up. Ladies
toilet brackets, hat racks, paper and card
receivers, slipper cases, match sates, etc.
Rustic frames, plain walnut, or mixed
wocdsj all work put up in four diflereut
styles. Beautiful heavy moulding tranies.
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautilul photograph frames, oval
racks, -etc., all at attorn prices. Com
mercial avenue, opposite city i-hoe store,
Mrs. Swande rV old store. Agciitf wanted.
Xatlve Catawba Wloe.
The tinest Native Catawba wine ever
bro ght to Cairo at oue dollar per gallon
at F. M. Stockfielh's.; 2 3t
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress. No. 12 Fourth street, be
twteu Washington and Cumnn rcial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and LoirOiug houses will
find it t'j their advauiage to ctll upon
ber. Her prices' are as follows : Hotel
and boarding hou-e washing 73 cents per
dozen. For piece work prices are as fol
lows t Single shirt and collar, 13c ; two
shirts and two collars, 25c ; per doze,
60c; socks, 6c; two collars, 6c; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, SOo pi r : dozen ; ladies
plain calico dresses, $1 25 per doyen;
calico dresses with extra trlmtuinr. o0c;
wliito dresses, $1 25; ladies underwear,
flneor course, $1 per dozin. 11-iia-lf
- , Tne Rsural New-Tarker,
Now comes to us with sixteen clean,
neatly-printed pages, cmbi-Uibed with
tine illustrations and lull of sole ntiile and
practical agriculture and literature. For
tlieagrlculturifct and the family circle it
Is an Indispensable weekly visitor. Its
editor-lii-chitt la ;tho celebrated horti
culluriit, -A. S. rulfcf, associated with
whom are E. S. Carman and X. A. W'fl
lard, while, at special contributors, they
are asdsted by such men us William
Robinson, Charles Downing, Claries V.
Riley, Thomas Met-han, James VU k, and
many others of equal eminence in their
respeclive scientific and practical speci
alties. It keeps its moral tone to that
high standard wb)ch tit it for any frtuily
In the land. The mother can rely upon
it to furuih nousthol j receive tor d-iily
u.e, pleasant stories for leisure reading
and excellent mond euterluinment fr
the children. The fdther may court
dently look for the latest e perUnerits
ami dlcOOverie" In his daily avoca'loi s,
accompanied by gotnl advicu and carc
ful!'revls.d markets, embracing nearly
every product for sale. In addiilou to
this its publishers, (the Rural publishing
Co., 78 Duane St., New York.) as au ac
knowledgment Of their late Increased
patronage, have reduced it price to flaly
f 2.5C a year. ' Send lo tjirm lor a sped
men copy, which thy will mall to yon
n 9. k M B. llroa.t Co t -iijr.euliura
. aMA T StfT nBloik. eoraar aaMthaud
- -J. "Van, (aotrauf oa avllil.
l ow prttvt.ata straat, watt of Wa.hiairuia
aer ! tf.
AUCTION! AUCTION f
Cairo Real Estate, Improved and Unimproved
Residence and Business Property at
Public or Private Sale.
The undersigned offers for s.le the following choks lots of Cairo Property, to
THE MAGNIFICENT I'KStDENcE moriRTT
On Comtne-rial avenu-, e .t il te.outh of Twentieth s reet, e -tnr rising lots 9, 10, ll.
.Sr- and IU in blvck i, l.t addtun. I n lot- 10 and it is situated an el.
dwelling. l. room ,eloef, bath room, msrl le ma-tlw, halls, ctrrtdors, aod all tbe
appu. uuaucaa ol a fr.t civs tupdrru u wellu g. The tuil in fas ju-t keen thoroughly
en..I.iUd nmlr. paired, aad is In every Way the . q ial ot any In the ci.y. lh anr
rouudmgl5rou.Uaieta-.ttiully laiuo-i, heatiti2uiij a.itrted with choice and val
uaole rhruuociy and Trull.
i ttV.K , . ,Fuur,,,n Property oiiei'tlnir o' lots 5. , ?, , 9. 10, ll, 12, 13 and 14, la
Mock 2. 4th mldu.on, tuaivl on He ou bwest c.,rn r ol TwiU-totirth rnd Pine
s reeia lot 6 and 0 contain a l .rge one and our-lmlt (I -t ry r.aiat dwallire. 1
ro m. Kuod cistm, pump, oi.thou, etc. All inett lut ait under toed leucts, aLd
the (ireinlae in thorough lepi r
Aio the le-ideii e p ..p rty Mtuatcd ou the so':th side of Teutb Mrret, west ot al
nutureet.h lnir l ts-i. and lo, block :n, city. Tl.ere I on lot s a tne two story
trsme ciwei inir, , rooms, il t, ifood ctntein, cuihousvs, ctu., In tUrbUak t pair. A
deirab!e piop-ity in '! re-peet
aiso an luat vaiuaola Mi-io and resldtnee
ner ol Teatli s reel and V h nlo i avenue, ou toU 7 and t). block i . i v of Cairo,
and coinitnmi.tr t irre (.1) of Hie bt retail more, room iu the city, an i adont :5 a-.d
I ixeroinuitati!elor famll-es or iH,-rJer.. f rod cls'ern', o'ithoues, tt. All in
gjo liepiir. I hie is oi e ol the best biisincM lueatioiis in Csiro.
.. .UD .,,..6.,u. in I.., iurwi iwiij Miiin'fo on in i oiiii utile or Teeth street.
t0t-ml,,er' , 1 vn,,- 1rov' ri.Klo's 37. !'8 SO and 40. in bio U V3. and 1 ns tln
or nye (.) nn two story brlt M more- or wareli.itmes. caeh '.'0 r et f.o-t by "0 lee o 1 p
Ahn'. roomy, MtlMiai.tikl luilding.. nituated ju ih tus nv, ceuur 01 our city, these
are uct excelle.l in Ca ro
Al-o tne tiia-bmot'i one Mory rramo warehouse situ- ted on lots at t 8, a d 13 Mid
11, la block 28, bavins a front a ire on Tenth tret. et if nimntr.-lmi
ie-t. and mi 11 1 nix liack io f. t to H-vHh tret. I he bulreB lo aim .. it ia
proicr y isunexcell-tl. Uuili'lue subt nti.l In every rcp rt. nnd suiUUo for the
besvefct and ImlkieM nieriliat.u rtc. '
Alfo tlin follow hi." sen lot iu the umi block, (ron.lne Eleventh street, to-wit: 9
10, 1 and Vi -Us ril'l-t r t-nctnei t. res d nee or I Usi. em puri ofC. '
I he ai'.v de-.. ribed r. tleMn'c. whh h in hide hopie of tbo t.-t iu Cairo, w ill t
ofle'e.1 at private se up t) 'I ii-t.l iv, D.-e.-mhcr i:li, Or.thatd.it the titisolj
n tnainder w il t e .H p n rt of nl p'jl.li.; sale.
To pirties du-irous oi luvttiiu in v'ood paying falvo properly, tbe above list presents
cnanc.-- s 1 0111 oli r d. -
Tini! of sale one-four1 h eir.Ii ; bAlanv.e 1, 2 and 3 j , eoual psvments, with 6 per
cet t. ln'er ht eecur d iy ne tted. . . . . .
ale to comraen at 10 o'elo a m.at southwest comer of Tenth t. su4 Wwhlcloii
avenue d roninue until eon j-1 ted.
r or plain, descrip ions aud iitormstio" p r nerVv i-prlr o or address.
r r. J'JIIN 'i. HAITIAN A CO. . Re 1 Eclats Az'ti's,
Or to W. . Thorn-tow. Eko . N. V. or. enth ai.d l evee a rt. Caiio. I'!.
-u Irvine, 1 1. . Sun copy. 10-aT-tf
Va. DarABTMXirr, r.-v-'w Rro
ot a. ".sTtf.
tOW WATSH. I
rr. in ! 1 r. 1 t.f
n ix r
A fc 1 1
is 10 ! 3
s t x -
i X l
10 o - 1
11 o X t
!2 o - i
13 X J 1
I mi is
Vim'ilii-; M .
VKkl!irr . . . .
Svw Oil-in. ...
i.iw nlti wuterof lt1
JAMES W ON,
fkrg-aDf, will. S. A.
Vr 1,1a t.
5iMiner James FiX Paduwdi.
" Chirles Mor1111. New Orlesins.
" James D. Parker, Memphis.
' ThoinaK Sliefrnek, Cli.cinjiui!
' Colorado, Vlekburjr.
" Future City, totv. Nw Orleans
' City ol Chester, St. Louis.
- DKl'AKTED. . .
Steamer James Fik. Paducnh.
. " Charles-Marian. Cincinnati..
" James D. Parker. Cineiuumi.
Thomas Slierlork, N. O.
Cihrndn. Sr. Lout.
" Future Cl!y, tow. Sr. I.rnis.
Citv of Chesur, Vitksbur.
The wpatlief Is clear nnd cool.
The James FUk leaves at 5 o'clock
prompt this evening for Pii'wali. She
Is one ot the very beet boats on the river
to travel on.
The James D. Parker passed up yes
terday. At Le Claire the river is lull ot Hording
The Thomns Sherlock passed down
yesterday with n jr od trip.
The Colorado brought 200 balos of cot
ton from Viek"lmnr tor the east, which
jroes by the Illinois Central railroad
The Future City cad two passed
BuMness la very quiet.
The City of Checter has a food trip.
She tuude good additions of trelybt here,
and took two bridal parties who go to
The Charles Morgan passed up late
Moudiy night. She brought the remains
ot Anthony Courtway, who died nt
Vlcksburg on Saturday, and which were
interred at Villa Kldge yerterday after
noon. The funeral whs attended by a
large number of tlio former friends and
acquaintances of the deceived.
TM.vnhoodI Womanhood I Marriage I
Impediments to Marriage; the cause
and cure. Sent tecwrly tnl d, post
paid far ro cents, by Pa. C. Whittier,
6:7 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the creat racialist. Read his works.
t0 SO Ohio Ldvm.
t e tf.
WILSON, EGrLESTON & CO.,
lici'-iirt In -
tlour, OrairJ seeds, & Prcvlbiona,
tl WE3 V CAA.1- BTBFJET.
J3T Con.l.uui .0U i etc-. . ll-':V?lJlfti
ASailil,,,.,.,-. A tire.
Ctata of U .Dlvffi Lamps t, dm a-ed-
i'uauo JU d, li Viiig bo iPi el"'
Alut. i ttf Jr0f ibkt.i 'uVl
VT' jarvuxmti Hw -mv .
i.d i-vni. any quantity, by xm
o iata or year, at uniform rtAea.
CAIKO 0IXT VUAX C0VAVT.
I Ohio Lever.
fj-faai oaw Draww, ata.s .
rHalliday Bte. n oSlat. No. ll
i UairttWy Jten 's wtoif boat.
(bli I..I.IL. alilla. n-
a at tma Luai Uuacu. foot
property situated at the outhwe' c r-
r. F. Knakers nitser Win f Iron
has never heen k'w" to IM in the ours c
wejkn- m, attended with ) l. : toms : tndU
rrsiroii 10 e."ition low of nS' Uiory. rtifS
cui'y of breuttiin, genera' we krirs, liorrnr
ol liib- s-e. weak, r.ervoujtrerablirg. dn-ad-lul
hoirt.i cf d aili, niubt swct., cu! 1 feet,
wet kucsj. .(imn r of vtsi- n, Jacuor, Cnf
ver;.l a I i:i 01 the nnisnir yten,
enorrsoii- sppeiiv wiih dj pio sj uip
tome, h t h iD-i-, fl old' jr ot tH bo ly, dfy
n. of ihe kUiu. pallid eotintora c And
erup ton. r t.j face. iurilvict' the Ul-'Od,
pin in tuo ba k, ! 10. km ol tbe pelldK,
freiuent nlayk ht;otit tl leg before tfto eyex
Mi n ieii iiarv 'Ulli-ion und Io. of sil't.
wiot ot 'titeo l n, et'. Thee symptoms
all aii.-io fr"in a weaknrs' Mniltirmedy
tha', u-e K. V Kuiikel' Bilier Wine of
I 1. it naver tmi. Tl'Oi-ual are now
cii'-ynisr li-Hlth ho have used it. l'ak
oioy'K. K. ivuniiel'i.
Sfiv.r of conn'erf. !t snd base fmitw
tio:i As KmiktT- bltte t iua of I on is
fO we!l kii'j.vn all o er the uoun'ry, drm;-i-ls
t!" nifvlvpHnii! e B Imitation an I ti y
i t-el itniio'bfr cus niers, whtn :bty
call (or KnLkel'. B ttcr Wine ul Iron,
Kuulce B'fer lne of Irin U put up
omy in ?! boitbii. and liu( 1 yellow wrappt r
nicel. put on tho ou 1" e wiib the" pro
priel'T'a photornph on tli" wraiper of
eao'i !"f lo. AiwatH look f r ihe i.huti
irrap 1 en ho mid, and yon will slways
bo ine to k t the kenuin. One dollar iwr
; but'c. or rix for bcl 1 by dru-ria s and
i.eulers e: en whern
WOK MS UF.UOVtn Al.IYE.
E. 1. Kunks" Worm Syr'p never fa'ls
io.'k I'l'j Tin Seat an I inmai-h Worms.
lr. Kun el, t'.ie on y mnei-wiiul ph) ficlan
.vlio rein iv'. Tape Win in ii io le-urs
a ie. n t-u ha id. and tio res until reliioved,
t'onimm sni." teu'lvs ins ti I ape Worm
be en.ovel, a I o hr orm can bf reudi y
de troyed. Set d or in-u ar to tr. K.n.
kcl, No, 250 .North Ninth Ktr.', t,' rhiladel
t i:U, Fa., orcdlon your diUi? t and ak
tor a lottt of Kuukfl's VS orin byrup.
Ff ii-c. l.m. It nver ta'l-.
KTKAn HO. VIS.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah. Bhawneetovra, JJvana
villa, Lotuaville, Cinomnati
ad tsJ 1 way l&iidicjra.
1 cteffant ll-wtiel stfafljn;
j null" iv I t5u(,Tgi .,,
Will l-nv t'a'ro erery W KI)M,61AY at S
-'i-!tick l'. V.
!. ItwAts .......... ...MiUr
Cd Till' MA. Clerk
Pnvei Cairo every 6ATL" ROA V.
btet ruakts etow ooiinartioas at Oitee
ul ?an s tw. end st KvaaavUI. wtt
ihV A t" it. U for.lllinUNonhBd East.
IL 1 uuiavlllatsil bieami'r fOta-il
J. M. I'HUtJI a.
llrll . O.J t' KAMM1.U.
c-Hiil liou i inacnj . 1. lB a .
I he liur 01 rrn .--
"U,fy ks Uf IHVI5. ht.
11- riitiw ef eaecotloa to medlreeUd by Its
, l"fc II ih" irc.nl Cou. I of A
ii.tii.le. I liliuoi. iiarol lnil J. I'avw.
i. r th- it- ol lvi m. lavi.. and
r.Ti h Ml . U..nla ,.v.., r.ty .uai
OiUe. His . Wee .- -
. u . . - an tuMiy -.
. .j. . .r.virowa k-.
a !. Ilava ao room u. plain lien, Hu.i
n,,, ulaaaaat and koaoruUe, VVoaiea. bujrs .
aad Sir' do a wall at uwn. We will furvuta
you a ounipUia om lit 6. Tba tMMiaMa wjr
Lettar inaa aayliiiug Wa will Uar t
iMwoofaiarliaayoa. rar'irulara f. WrIM
nVt Itm. l'arttM ) I"1"", tbadr mw
aad tauhtt;ra, aad all claMcaia aaad of iMflaa
work at home, k.ald wriM to M aad Ixant all
about 11m wurk at uurm. Jiuw U IU '
Itou t delay. AJdwas Tai'S C , Au,to.