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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alcxatelcr county lamia, Cairo Iota in
txciianj?e lot St. LuuU prosi fy.
A fine resldmee on corner Hal brook
amine ami Twenty-third gf m-t, at a bur-
Cottajteon Sixth utreet between Wash
ngton avenue and Walnut street.
House and lot on Eighth sttvet bet wwn
Walnut and Cedar, ll.C.V).
- rou itKxr.
Two-story houw) on Twenty-ilghtli
street, Ix-twfen Poplar nnd Cointncn l.tl
Store room lately oecupied ly Howe
Machine Co., on Commercial avenue, lx-
twwn Tenth and Eleventh street.
The firft floor of a brick dwelling ror-
nerof Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Cottage oil the north xide of Twelfth
street between Walnut and Cedar.
Business house on I ,evce street nlxive
Eight, and in pood repair.
Itooms In a two story house on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near corner ot Twentieth
ar.d Poplar street; 8.
Tenements 3, 4, 5 and 10 in Winter's
Kow for $10 per month, and in Grst-clas
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Sycamore and Poplar.
Kooina In nearly every part of the "ity.
FOR LEA3K Oi: SALE.
Lands in tracts to suit, near Caiio.
A spicy sketch, descriptive ot s trip
over the At chin eon, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the llocky Mountains,
by "Xym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ol the New York Wvrld,
sent free on application, together with
the San .luan OuUe, maps and time t.v
bles ot this new and popular route from
Kansas City and Atchinson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mines.
The tiitcst line of Pullman sleepers on the
jontlnent between the Missouri river and
the Hocky Mountains without change.
Secial round trip tourist' tickets from
the Missouri river to Ienver at $.V), good
to flop ofl at all points. Address,
T. J. ADER-mx.Gen. Paa. Ag"t.,
It is now eouceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and hoarding houses will
And It to their advantage to call upon
her. ller prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding bou.e washing 75 cents per
dozen. For piece work prices are as fol
low s : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; two
shirrs and two collars, 2.c; per dozen,
VJc; socks, 5c; two collars, 6c; two
handkerchief, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all gen
tleman's wear, 80c per dozen ; ladies
plaiu calico dresses, fl 23 per dozen
calico dresses with extra trimmings, GOo;
white dresses, $1 2; ladies underwear,
fine or course, fl per dozen. ll-2s-lf
Tli European Hotel.
I am prepared to accommodate a few
more day boarders at my hotel on Sixth
street, near corner Commercial avenue,
at $4.50 per week, or f Is er month.
Connected with the hotel is a first-class
restaurant, lor ladies and gentlemen
where oysters will be served at any hour
day or nieht. Mrs. II. Wi ker.
J. Irurx Hlelnbouae.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
lashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the burlier line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the hop or their homes.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
.ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of erfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is Uie only one in the t it, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
A New t'aatllditle.
Mr. A. Marx ia the ouly merchant In
Cairo who is selling the "Holiday style"
silk hat. which surpasses anything ever
oflered to tho world, Mr. Marx, by his
"coiiformitor" is enabled to make the
most perfect lit for any head. 5-1 w
Jell Brown has taken charge of the
barber fehop on Eighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
I.ampert. Jefl U a good bnrhcr, and so
licits a share of patronage. Give him a
call and satisfy yourself. tt
Sold at the very lowest market prices at
the rectifying house of Morelock &
Schultz, 70 Ohio levee, under the ex
press otllce. Nov21Mm
IUgan's Magnolia Balm preserves
and restores Uie complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sullowncss ; makes the
tktn soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Kathaikon- makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents iU fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood
tho test of 40 years. Is charmingly per
fumed and has no rival.
lu the District Court of the United States,
Southern District of Illinois. In the mat
ter of Watson B. Koekwell, bankrupt,
lu Bankruptcy. ,
' By order ol the District Court of the United
Stales lor tbe Southern District of Illinois.
Ilia second meeting of tbe creditors of said
Bankrupt, w ill be held at Cairo, la said dis
trict, o tbe Fourth dsv ol Januarr. A. D..
177. at 10 o'clock, a.m.. at the ortlce- ol Joku
i). Hurinan, Esq., one of the Registers la
Bankruptcy, iu said district lor tbe purposes
uauied in the 7U Booties of the Bankrupt
Act ol larcu Xd, ltW7.
13 -8fc Atshjuat.
RATE or ADVEBrtMl JVA1. '
!.f All bill fur advariisinf, are due sod a ay-
able H AfcvAftCB ,
Transient advertising Will be Inserted atth
rata of 11 OO per square fur the first insertion
and 50 cent frtr each lutwciuont on A Itbaral
discount Will b Sili on standing and tliaul
Kor inverting funeral nolle $1 M) Notice of
martin of societies or mm rrt orders W mU for
Charcb, "ooletr, rmtival and Purr aotif-es
will only be insrrted aa advertlaemeiiU
Ko adrt rtiMmeDt will be received at Imm tbaa
ADernU, and no suTertiwrneat will l Inerrtrd
fur e than three dollar fer month
I.OrAI. RI KIRMa !OTlt.M
Of one square (S lines space) or more, ln
serted In the Ik m.f.tix as follows : (Mss
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per square - $ M
Tw o Insertions per square.- 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per square-. 3 50
Secial rates made on large advertise-
luuits or for longer time.
.fTT ASCALON l)l)GK, NO. 51.
tipk A Knlirhta of I'Ttbiu, tuwtn every Fri-
reliowa' JIkII. iiowb,
t lutncellor Coiumunler.
AI.KXAKDkK IXlXiK. Ne. Ttt
Iowh, iiialit every 'lhuraday ninht
'"tmtmr Kt hull uit iwven, in tiwir uai on
.oliiiinTCIttl avenue, ueiwren biiid nnw rn-Train
.r.-.-U N. A, Xbvohk, N U
"1AIKO ENCAMPMk.ST, I. O. O. T., meU
vyin Old-Krllowa' ILtll on the Oratitod tulird
I mUy in every month, at balf-piit seven
A. Commit, C V
A CAIIl') IX)1JE. NO. 237, A. F. A A. M.
T4 Hold rvKulnr eimmunioationa in M
IvyTeoniR lull, dirm-r Commerclkl avenue
' 'and KiK'ith etrtrt, on the acoond and
'.Mirth Monday nl'earb montb.
TIM'ltSDAYt DECEMBER 7. 187P,
leal WMlkcr KeiBvarS.
Camo, III., Dec. c
Whu). I Vat
Kl.Hf I Ml
MeriCeant. hlual Hrrvloe. I'. H. A .
Our tire me n will celebrate during Uie
holidays with a grand ball and supper.
Toys for the millions at Saup's for
young and old and small frcun live centH
to live dollars. tf
The ladies of the Episcopal church
will decide to-day, as to how their Sun
day school will celebrate Christmas.
Life is but short, but we should du
all we can to prolong it, t. heck a cough
or cold at once and use au old reliable
remedy such as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The llnet stock of holiday roods ever
brought to the market can be seen at
i'hil. ILSaup's, w ho sells them at rock
bottom figures. tf.
Now is the time to have your maga
zines, muic, etc., bound: You can
have it done at the Cairo City Bindery at
The Anchor Hue steamer John B.
Maude is receiving freight at the wharf,
for Memphis aud Vicksburg. She ex
pects to depart this eveuing. Captain
Blake is her efllcient commander.
Merchants can buy trood.s of me at
barely city prices. Bring your Mils and
save drayage aud freight on candies.
Will duplicate any order. tf.
The Taylor Literary club at a reeeat
meeting ele?ted new ofllcers for the en
suing year. The lionors were bestowed
as follows ; President, John A. Hacker ;
Vice-Presideut, George Cbellet; Seirre"
tary, Henry H. Milburn ; Treasorer,
Music, periodicals an magazines of
all kinds, bound in excelltwt tyle and
cheaper thau the cheapest atthe Cairo
City Bindery, Bi'LLKtin building.
"Young man" it you de-sire to
succeed, buy a tictet of "the ladies" go
to the Atheneum, and hear Dr. Cum
miugs' succcsslul lecture on success.
You w ill learn, also, how not to succeed
in that which "if successful w ill prove a
failure," for the doctor believes that it is
not "always success to succeed."
I have now over four thousand
pounds of choice candies, wholesale and
retail. Dealers can get a bargain by cal
ling at Saups, Winter's block. tl.
Our wharf is beginning to assume
an unusually busy appearance. Steam
boats have come in from all directions
within the past tour or five days, and
laid up here to get out of the Ice. Freight
Is coming In from all quarters by rail to
be shipped from here South by river, and
draymen, railroad men, etc., are having
a lively season ot it.
Remember this is no blow, but I
mean business: will sell at retail, at
wholesale, prices. The exclamation of all
Is, "I think you are selling at such low
prices," ltemember the place, Phil 11.
About ten days ago a huntlntr party
mado up ot gentlemen ot Ballard county,
Ky., passed through Cairo for the "hunt
ing grounds" in Illinois. Yesterday tho
party which was headed by Grundy
Bryant, returned with twenty deer nnd a
wagon f ull of ducks, rabbits, squirrels
aud turkeys, which they disposed of to
tho butchers ol the city.
The ladies oi tho Library Associa
tion, elated over the success ot their cal
ico leap year party ore now "talking up"
a masquerade. Should they conclude to
give a ball of this kind, it will be the
biggest affair of the kind that has trans
pired in Cairo lor many a long day. It
will not, however, take place for some
time yet, as the next entertainment to be
given for the benefit of the association
has already been announced. It is a lit
erary and uausbal exhibition by tin high
school pupils of Mrs. G, G. Alvord.
Fifty cents, at Winter't Gallery.
Bill Heads and Month!., ntftteroenta, pink
and yellow, at the Uvux wfflcc. tf
A gocd reliable cook wa. hr t,,e
Koliertson House at Blandvllh ,?or
particulars apply to C. A. f'f-
Ladle Ualri Walekt.
For sale, a ladles Elgin hunting
gold watch ; retail price $75 00, wl 11 be
sold lor $55 ; 00 has never beeu u ted.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
ftllver Tea IM-t.
One Rogers, Smith & Co.'s silver tra
set. Triple f'fttc, C pieces, entirely ne w,
retail price $C0 00, can be bought f V
$15 00. Apply toE. A. Burnett.
The Turner society of Cairo are pre
paring for a grand ball, to tke place on
Christmas night, Monday, December,
25th, at Turner Hall. Everylwdy
should attend. Each ticket holder will
be entitled to a prize from the Christmas
Mr. t'ahl'a l.at mreuaae.
Mr. Peter Cuhl, the prominent and en
terprising Hour merchant, has puchased
the Itillcy property, corner Twenty-third
and Sycamore streets, lately occupied by
Mr. George E. Lounsbury and family
This is one of tho best and most comfort
able houses in Cairo. Mr. CuhJ
ting extensive repairs and improve
on it, and when linhheu will.tisc ibbs Ins
"The Holiday Ntyle,
Gentlemen wifhing to purchase new
silk hats, should not fail to call on A.
Marx before buying else where. Mr.
Marx Is Liking orders lor an entirely
new style hat, called the "Holiday
Style," which for elegance and beauty
cannot be surpassed. lw.
The work of putting the president's
message, which appears on another
page in this morning's Bulletin, in
type, render our local column short of
the usual amount of miscellaneous news
this moruing. A quantity of local news,
including a biographical sketch of our
fellow-citizen, Mr. Clias. Galigher, goes
over until to-morrow.
Dr. I'amnilap To-MlKut.
Dr. Cummings says that 'success is
often adversity; that adversity is a
friend of humanity." Let us all attend
the h'Cture to-night ana find out what
the iloetor means by "Successful adver
sity." No doubt the doctor can en
lighten us in regard to the above "para
dox," for he has given our people evi
dence that lie embodies the "essential
eleuients of success In Ids profession."
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of tbe picture framiug department
ot the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this otliop. We bepeak lor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. Ilia assortment ot
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarentees satisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo, Oct. 10, 1S70.
tf Caiko Bulletin Co.
Tbe Bella Club's Maaquerado.
The masquerade ball given by the
Delta dancing clab, at Scbeel's hall on
Tuesday night, was an exceedingly
pleasant affair. About sixty ladles and
gentlemen were present, about one-half
of whom were masked. The costumes
worn by the ladies were very neat and at
tractive. Dancing was commenced at
eight o'clock, and kept up until four
o'clock yesterday morning, with but a
short intermission for supper. The ball
was a decided success socially and tinan
Cairo commandery,,No. 13, K. T., held
their annual election in this city ou
Monday eveuing, 4th inst. The follow
ing otlieers were elected for the ensuing
year: Eminent commander, Chas. W.
Dunning ; generalissimo, S. D. Ayers;
captain general, J. S. Kearden; prelate,
II. Wardner ; senior warden, C. W. Hen
derson ; junior warden, Ben. L. McGee;
treasurer, John Antrim; recorder, Fred.
Korsmeyer; standard bearer, B. F.
Blake; sword bearer, B. F. Parker;
warden, W. II. Morris. The ceremony
of installation w ill take place this (Thurs
day) evening at the asylum, under the
direction of the Right Eminent Grand
Commander of the state, Eminent Sir
Knight P. W, Barclay. The cotnman
dery is iu a flourishing condition.
W. K. Bartleson and William D. Por
ter, ol New Grand Chain, were at the
St. Charles yesterday.
Tho mother and sisters of Circuit
Clerk Reuben Yocum, will leave Cairo
to-morrow or Saturday to take up their
new home at New Grand Chain. Mr.
Yocum will remain in Cairo, but what
Ills business will be we have not learned.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday wo noticed the following
named persons: E. M. Barton, Roches
ter, N. Y.; D. II. Gill, Chicago; J. K.
Worthingtou, St. Louis; B. 11. Russell,
Louisville; N. W. Trask and T. D. Ily-
ott. New York city.
Gen. Swift, of the United States
army, who passed through this city a
few days ago In company with Gen. Phil
Sheridan and staff from New Orleans for
Chicago, was at the St. Charles yester
day. He is on Ills return to New Or
leans. John Hurley, New Orleans; S. Gat.
lieb, Cincinnati ; John II. Shields, Pa
ducah, and V. A. Turpin, of Chicago,
were registered at the St. Charles yes.
The finest lard to be found in the
market Is at Phil Howard's, on Eighth
street, for sale by the bucket, keg or
barrel. Also rut meats of all kinds.,
smoked meats, pickled pork and tho
celebrated corned beef put up under
Phil's personal supervision. Give him a
call. . tt
Tho Beat Laser.
St. Louis, Nov. 21st, 176.
MIr AxtKKw Lohk, Cairo :
I have the honor to inform you that,
according to Information rec Ived from
Director-General Graham, of the centen
nial commission in Philadelphia, and also
Irom the secretary of the Chief Brewers
Association ol the United States, Rich
ard Katzenmeyer, In New York, that my
U'ger beer was awarded tho first prize
nuH.1al at the International exhibition at
Pluhulelphla. I call your attention to
tills (acY,. as further proof of tho superior
ity of mf Jx-r, which I shall always en
deavor to kcVP at the highest standard ot
Respectfully, W.J. Limi-.
Mr. Andrew Lhr, to whom the above
letter i addressed, has bandied Lemp's
Iwr for more than five years. It l one
of tho most excellently flavored and
liealthy jK Verngcs of hV kind manu
factured, and is immensely popular
throughout tho United States among beer
drinkers. Mr. Lohr will continue to act
as agent lor the lamp's beer, and
parties desiring to purchase it can
procure it of him clthf f by the bottle,
keg or parrel at the very lowest figures,
Ma f - !! T
he rapidity and certainty with which
r. Morris' Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horehound cures diseases of the res
piratory organs and its reliability as a
remedy for consumption long ago secured
for it a foremost rank among medicines
of its class. It is In fact the recognized
specific for throat and bronchial disor
ders. . It promptly checks a cough, no
matter of haw long standing, and af
fords great relief in caes of asthma. It
should not be mistaken for a puliation,
since it not only affords immediate relief,
but also removes all traces of the malady.
It is a t pecitlc tor croup. Trial size 10
cents. Large sizes 50 cents and $1, for
sale by Barclay Brothers, Cairo; also
agents for I'rof. Parker's Pleasant Worm
Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant to
take, and requires no physic. Price 25
cents. Nov. 2l-sw-OJtw
We will pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for the Bi llktik
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by thejpresident or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bulletin Co.
See advertisement of T. J. Kerth,
general insurance agent. Mr. Kerth
will promptly attend to any business
you may entrust him with in the insur
ance line. 12-6-1 w
The desert ot Sahara covers 2,700,000
sqtiare miles. This is an enormous
amount ot territory, which engineers
think ot turning into a great inland sea,
by letting in the Atlantic ocean. It is
equal in area to two-thirds of the United
States; but can .never be of value until its
shores are lined with cities whose Inhabi
tants use B. T. Babbitt's best soap. (71)
"Eureka" is the sentiment of count
less sufferers w ho find the balm of relief,
and the fountain of their health and
strength, in Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It 13
the most potent of all the alteratives to
purify the system aud cleanse the blood.
It possesses invigorating qualities, so
that it stimulates the faded vitalities and
purges out the corruptions w hich mingle
with the blood, promoting derangement
aud decay. We are assured by many in
telligent physicians that this medicine
cures beyond all others ot its kind, and
we can fortify this statement by our own
experience. Athul (Mass.) White Flag,
TO THK LADIE8.
Elegant Holiday Preeeal koiuetning
Tbe ladies of Cairo are most respectfully
invited to call at tbe new Variety Bracket
House, Commercial avenue, (Mrs. Swau
der'soM stand), opposite (iolJstlue & Bo
senwater's. A full stoik of Ladies' patent
Toilet Album; tbe finest, largest and moot
complete tock ot Brackets and Frames
ever brought to Cairo, consisting of cones,
brsckeu, side brackets, vase brackets, clock
shelves, towel and hat racks, slipper and
card receivers ; anew style of paper hold
ers; beautiful motto frames with glass.
New and beautiful style of rustic frames
with gluts and back, at astonishingly low
prices. In fact any and everything lu tbe
bracket and frame line ol the most beautiful
anil elegant patterns, and at surprudngly
low prices. We ask the ladies to call aud
examine our stock for themselves. Agents
AaHlcnee a Motlre.
I will on tbe Uth day of December, A.D.
1ST0, at the hour of ten o'clock, a.m., at tbe
oluVe of John . Harmsu, Esq., ltegisler lu
Bankruptcy, sell at public auction for catih
in hand, all the uncollected notes, accounts
and evidences of indebtedness belonging to
the estate of Chandler Bobbins and Chand
ler F. Bobbins, Bankrupts. I will aUo at
the same time anal place aud iu the same
manner sell for cash in hand, ail the uncol.
lected notes, accounts, and evidences of
indebtedness, together with ail the certifi
cates of stock in mining and oilier Incorpo
rated companies belonging to the estate of
Watson B. Rockwell, Bankrupt.
liEOUGE F1SIIKU, Ateignce.
Cairo, 111., Dec. 5, l'6. U-d-5t.
Tho Original Chaep Store
143 A 14 CoiuiuerrMl Avvau.
Has reduced his price to correspond with
the present hard times. Tbe public need
not be reminded that niy prices have always
been lower than any other hou-e, but 1
wbh to Inform averbody lo ueed of new and
fresh goodM, in my line, that 1 have made
special reductlou in all lines to suit tba
Umes. I Invite all to call aud let me do.
inonstrata the fact that I eau and will ael.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes
Ladle' aud Ci cuts' Furnishing Uoods, lists
and Cap,Truuk and Valises, Furs.JChecks,
Blanket, StiawU, Wrappeis, Cloaks, lower
then auy house iu the trade. The reason is
plain, We buy and sell ouly for esau
ltemember the place.
' SOLOMOM PAKEIUA,
Dec. T-tt 143 ft 144 Commercial Ave-
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed have this dy formed a co-partner,
thlp to carry on the manufacturing busineM
of mattre vies, pillows and holsters, whole
sale and retail, at No. m Commercial ae.
nue, between 11th and 12th streets, slsoup
hoUtering, repairing and varnishing. Car
pots w 111 be sewed and laid to order. The
style of the firm l lit, ks A i auicr.
ti. W. HICKS :
O. W. CASNEU. .
Cairo, III., Dec. &, 1H76. .Vd-lni
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IWlow high water of l74
Surgeaut, Sucual bervice, V . ft. A.
fort LUt. .
Steamer James Fisk, I'aducah.
" City of Alton, New ()rlean.
" Hobt. Mitchell, "
" Belle Memphis, Memphis.
" A. C. Donnelly, Cincinnati.
" James W. Oart', Cincinnati.
" Alice Brown and tow, Pittsburg
Steamer James Fisk, Faducah.
" Kobt. Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" A. C. Donnelly, New Orleans.
" Coal Hill and tow. New Orleans.
" James W. Gall, Memphis.
" Alice Brown and tow, St. I.ouis
The wharf exhibited considerable life
yesterday. The weather was clear and
The Mississippi river Is full of Ice back
of this city.
The Mollle Moore is lying at the bank
in the Mississippi just above to A n.
The James W. Oafl' pased down last
evening with a good trip. She did very
little business here.
The Vint Shiukle hss in her cargo 1,
113 bales ot cotton for Cincinnati.
The Belle Memphis when near Hick
man on tier way up Tuesday night,
struck a snag and completely annihilated
her cook aud w heel house. She brought
for this port 1C7 bales of cotton. She has
orders to be In readiness to proceed to
St. Louis if the Ice gives her a chance.
The Alice Brown has a load of coal for
The A. C. Donnelly was aground for
four hours just below Cumberland 1
laud on Tuesday night. She has a good
trip for New Orleans.
The Coal Hill completed repairs and
got away early yesterday morning.
The City of Alton arrived on Tuesday
night. She will proceed to St. Louis if
a i opportunity affords.
The James Fifek will leave for Faducah
at the usual hour five o'clock.
The Robert Mitchell passed up ou
Tuesday night, draw ing seveu feet. The
principal items of her cargo were 1,504
barrels ol molasses ; 130 half barrel of
molasses ; 400 hogsheads sugar; 50$ bar
rels rice, and C5 bales of cotton.
THOS. J. ZERTH,
General Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Freeport, Illinois,
Qermania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000 00.
1 respectfully solicit a share of public
Office in tba Alexander County Bank.
MADS ONLY V
CJ. W. KIMJIOXN A HON,
Oak ITall, Boston Mass.
It embraces all the best aualilie of the KnirliMi
aul Kreucli tint, ami in iiuriu iilarlyH.lui.lt"! I
Ilie ri'iiulremeniHol' the American tiuutent. lit
made (mil duck (dead graii nlialt-) .waterproofed
by a patent proueitit, aud narticular atteuliou i
glveu to the riveting of all the jacket comer
and net-lire fustcuing ol all the buttons.
Price of the Suit comiilet. includinir
Coat. Veet, Trousers, Hat, or Cap and
ftrnit lV.toltii order. liiHida icut O. O. It. if
melt iitd. To the trade we inalte liberal di-
Kl'Ctai rOH MlAfl Hl.wrNT. uUt. llrcaat.
Inaid aearn of ulneve. Inuidc team of trotiaei
8ue of head Mention lisMglil aud weight.
eeu'l lor circular. AiuireMi,
O. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall, Boston, Mass.
Estate of John Hrown, deeaatal.
The uuderiiiiriied, bavins' lawn iKjintl ad
miuutrator of tlMeoaUaoi Joliu Hiown, late of
the county ol Alexander and Mute ot lllmoia.
d at vaunt, hereby give notice Uiat be will -Mar
Iwl'ore Iba e.iuuty court of Alrtaudci
county , at the court hout iu Caiio, at the De
cember term, ou the third Monday iu lrceiu
ber nent, at which time all peraoiu haviuKcUinu
axaio.it taid axtale ant uotitlrd and raqueeled to
ailend fur the uurpoa of having Uie aauie ad
justed. All M-ntone tudf IiUmI to kaid ealate are
ntqueeiea lo mate lutiueuiaie payuteui iu mv uu-deroitftw-d.
Dt,d UiU. '.Mil duy orOctuher. A. I'., ISTu.
V 1U.IAM VYfciJfc.lt, Adiu'r.
Novembers. 1ST. w-iw-
Ot fvery Itraeriptios
Cairo Heal Estate, Improved and Unimproved
Residence and Business Property at
Public or Private Sale.
The uMtnrlgixKi ofJVri Tor tuln the following cboice lota of Cairo Property, to-.
THE MAOMMi KM' MKSIDENCK PROPKRTT
on ('ommp-relal avrnua, east . aMe. -outh of Twentieth etreet, romrrUlrK lot! 9, 10. 11.
' iund b,o0.k ," 1,1 ''tln. )n lou 10 ami 11 in ittuiteJ an eleiant
.lellin,,l;,rooiri,,elowu., bath room, marble mantle, hnll", "orrldo4 and allth.
appurtenance, of a Ur.t-clat.. modern d welim The bull Mam tu i .t "borouirhW
repaintetl at.,1 rapalrml. ami 1. In every n ay tba equal ol any In toe W??. The wr.
ronmllnir trrotinda are tastemiiv tt.i .ni. i...,i-..1 .... .r JL.f ' L . "z. "u .
uable ehrubbery and fruit. ' -.......tii.. ana vsi-
i iA,5 il,ane, rnrbl,rbn property cnncMinir ol lot R. fl, 7, 8, l. 10, II, 12, 13 and 14. la
l' rlka',1 a,',,,l",'n' ," wmliwert rorncr of Twesty-tourtu and PlM
treeta ; lot- ft and eontain a Urjje one and one-half (I l-'i) tory frame dwelling??
Also the residence property attunted on tho south tilde of Tenth utreet. weit of Wal-
Klb.: properly hjr,reS.K00,J l'""ern' onthou-". etc- ln "P"- A
i,eAt0Tl.!nlth M?wai'i''i,Vv iD,'T" a.n'1 reHi,ln:( Property .itnated at the .outhwe.tcor
ntr ol I t'Oth street and aMiintoa avenue, on ot 7 ami 8, block 4!, City of Cairo
and omprixInK three i C!) ot the bent retail .tore room In the city, and about lb Vwd
lar'o room Mutable for famille. or boarder, Kood . Intern, outbou'-c" Vtp J$i in
Sood repair. This i one of tho beat btmine.. lo. ationV in Cairo" ' '
w,.Vmm'rn,''iUTntbu"in'M,'r'i'pel;,jr Nit"ate( " the north fide of Tenth street.
S vr- t- ' T"BiU?,.C0!rerin,wta ;,7'S8. nd 40. m block JS. and consirtW
of Be (.i) hue two story brt. k store, or warehouses, eaeh 2(1 reet front by 70 feet deeD
are n7tetVin ?Sro b"ildi?, ,i,l,8tcd in ,h bm,Bet8 center ol our city, the.e'
uAini !eLn?.!linJ!no-'1 one, story frame warehouse itutc.l on lots 35 and ofl, aed 13 and
, In bloek as, havjnir a frontage on Tenth street, west of Commercial avenue of 80
leet, and running ba. k 200 feet to Eleventh .tre t. Tbe business location of this
heaMest and bulkiest merchandise.
inAilJ0.Jhrit..'"?w'n",?rnrn! ,,,t', ,n tl,e ,ame b,ock IrtmUntf Eleventh street, to-wit J 9,
10 u ami 11, desirable tor tenements, residence or business purposes.
I he above described re jI estate, which includes some of the best in Cairo, will be
ilP mL8 rUp ;rlJ-sd.y, December Nth, 1S76. On that date the itntNtld
remainder will bo disposed of at public sale.
cuanceVieU, '" Kd Ila) i"g C"lr0 l,roIPrty the bo " Vrtuta
.. Ztr?r!lJ?ni'"nTth ra1' ! bR,an(P 2 ''" 3 je", equal payments, with 0 per
cent, interest secured by mortaKe.
Sale to commence at HI o'clock a.m. at southwest corner of Tenth-St. and Washington
avenue and continue until completed. 8
r or j.iats, uesuripuons and all inlormalion
.1(111 VII It
Or lo Y. V, Thornton. Esq.,
A POSITIVE PROTECTIOIT FROM EXPLOSION !
Safest; Cheapest and
Family Safeguard Oil.
Advantage: ot Elaine over other Oils.
Some periuiis, not familiar with oils, wiiu imve not tbe tim9 or inclination to make
an analyst, aV why
Elaine, the Family Safeguard Oil,
etaudlau 150 detj. Fire-Te should be used in prtrtereuce to tbe orJiniuy headlight oils,
ol ISO dei;. test, costing less to which we m ike answer as follows :
ELAINE U taken out at a poiut in the distillation, where it is tree from Par affix a-,
BKNZi.vr. and a dangerous kus wbich is contalnod in all beud.llfc'bt nd keroiene oils,
aud the yield out ot a given amount of crude oil w very small, whith makes tbe coet
bibber than that ol bead -light. KLAINEts, is claimej, non-er plosive and perfectly
fafc ; whereas ordinary bead-birbt oils coiitaiu a rcut de.il ol pariilfije, and the higher
the test tbe heavier they are and tbe more par Ulluo they contain. This excess of para
lline obstruct the wick, thus preventing to a great extent the escape ot ihe dangerous
yas, and causing, in some cases, lboe tunible explosions which happen so frequently.
The cost of Elaine on Street t ars, tken from an average of one year, on one of the
largest lines ju Pittsbure, was only 1 J cents per night for two lii;ht per car.
Directions how to Test
:ce iLt jDl n ics ;ce qd u Hjm
Take any common kerosene or coal oil lamp you ce lit to ue. Let it ba 1. ao. and
do not use a wick thai has been used in any other oil. Fill tho bowl w ith Klalue, and
after lighting the lamp, unscrew tbe burner and set lire to the wick at the Jower end,
aud gradually immerse it iu the bowl of the lump; In-tcaJ of tbe Elaine lguitlnt, "
would be the case with ordinary oils, it will extingul-U the flame ou the wick as it enter
tho oil j then screw (lie burner tight on the lam',., lilt it up and carry It as a very care,
less person ur child would, side ways or upside down, and tt will Invariably go out; or
upset it, as if by accident, and the same resu t wlil be accomplished. Tbeu tuka the
wick and place it iu a half pint measure or other open vessel tilled with Elaine, set one
end on lire, and with a piece of wire, or a nail, moe the burning wick about la the oil.
Alter bein salisUed that the Elaine will not iguite. n move the wick, and place It burn
ing ttpou a shovel or board, and when it is all ii a Came, pour the Elaloe from the
measure or vessel upon the burning mas', and it will be immediately extinguished,
sure aud pour plenty of Elaine upon Ihe flame, or else the flame being the etrougest, will
consume tli oil jat as water is consumed wlieu a liou-e i. on lite.
Exclusive Agents for
tho adjacent country South and
West of Cairo.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booting and Guttering Specialty
Slato Eoofting a Specialty in
any part of Southern JUinoia.
Lightning Bode, Fumpa, Btovea
JetfctstC Preattrtlr Dsae.
-u k'iii-i hot p(iu iq or auuress,
JOHN O. 1IAUMAN ,k CO., Keal E-tate AKents,
penerallv apply to or address.
I'M A M V. ; . !...! .
. or. .-ixui ami J.evee street, iJairo, III.
Sun copy. lo-uT-tl
Best Light Known !
Southern Illinois, and
" -s 1
Nebraska Ahead !
The li. A M. lUilroad (Vsl.undal The best
Agricultural and Stock Cojntry
in America !
GOOD LASD8 A GOOD CLIMATE
low prices. Long Credit. Iaw Fare
aod Freigbta. Premiums for loiprovemvula.
Free Pa lo ltud Uuyci. tit' For lull
particulars, apply to it. hi. et. K. ('.,
I'll iv thuaauud, two kuadnMl aad 4ullar
Worth of uvMapaia-r adrtiaiu, al uliiubciV
rat' Kivrit lur T0U. aud Utlsw Wuutha' hbla
,vrlrd iu la) lurtit fruui adverliarrauf rwipwa"
ihiliir . A priuted lint, aiviu umuui. rkarauar.
rlual ilailv and Warily uri-uiatl'M mm4 arkaJuis
at uf aitvtH-UainK, an.1 (m lu as asldraaa. .
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