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Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
xetiaiig for St. I.oul property.
' ran balk.
A iii reshJanr on corner llnlbrook
tenue and Twenty-third tret, at a
The south half of the "Pilot" l.mo at
Several Ihie room In Winter' Work.
Good two atory brick suitable Tor
lorss and offices on Commercial avenue,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
nd Poplar streets.
Saloon and fixture. couthwvKt corn
er Kightrenth street and Coiunien-lal
Ynu, at a bargain. , (
Dwelling house on Crows dirv.t, w-s
ol Washington avenue.
Two business hoiw n Lwesirt't-t.
ebeve Eighth, $20 eaok
Store room on Conimvrcul av. nue,
text to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two Itory house on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements suitable for shop
Store room. orn:r Twentieth and
Up itaira of house on Commercial av
onue. near 19th street. Suitable for
J welling, $3.
Tenement ' numbered 8, 0 and 10
Winter' Row, 6 room each for $10
per moBtn. In fl rut-claw order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
se. Rent low, to a good tnnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Room In various parts of the city.
FOR LKASEOR SALK.
Land, In traeta to suit, near Cairo.
Tfcve ! Trail."
A pky aketoh descriptive of a trip
over the Atchinaon, Topcka and Santa
Pe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resort of the Cocky Mountains,
by "Xyro Crinkle," the musical od
stramatio eritlc of the Xcw York World,
tent free on application; together with
the San Juan Guide, maps and time
table ol this new and popular route
from Kansaa City and AtchUison to
Pueblo, Denver and all points In Col
orado, New Mexico, Arizona and the San
Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Sleeper on the continent between Ue
Missouri river and the Rocky Mountain
without euange. Special round trip
tourist' tkket lrom the Missouri river
to Denver at $00, good to itop oil at all
T. J. Axdexsos,
General Passeurer Art-nt.
Single cord. $3 so
Five eord lots 3 2i
co si r a a diss asd bio vcdiy :
Single ton $3 60
Three - 3 25
Five 3 00
Order fur stove wood will be promptly
fllltd. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Whexlir 4 Co,
Ao.tr 4-2 in
PMUsr P ratal
We tiave tbig day sold to Mr. K. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
eic, or in picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to hi in or 1-It at
this office. We beeak lor him the lib
erality of patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. 11 is assortment of
moulding Is complete, prices beyond
competition and he gnareutees satiafac-
uon In all case.
Cairo. Oct. 10, lS7tj.
f CaiKO Rl'LLBTIN CO.
We will deliver our best lumu coal on
V. ana V. 11. R. track in Cairo at $:W rn r
ear load oj
This coal bus no si rKitioufor t rates
nnd houseliold usos geuerally.
Address nil orders tor coal to
Jamm A. VuLt A Co.,
Hknby Slack, Agent at Cairo.
M. J. McGauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood's Pill, celebrated
lor the cure or chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
an teed In all cases. He employs no
agents, and the genuine pill can only
bo procured at his drujr store, No. 'Mh
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
50 cents per dozen. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. 8-10-dslni
A. O. H.
Keiueuiher the Ancient Order of 11 i
Imruluiu' ball to take place at Schrel's
hall on the evening of October 23d.
Neither time. uor money will be spared
ro make It a success, and a pleasant occa
sion for all who wish to participate Intlic
J. S.nra UlaleiliwHae.
on Eighth street, two door from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
lasldonable hair cut or a pmoofh shave
or anything else lb the burlier line. In
dies' and childrena' hair cut or dressed,
rlfher at the shop or their homes.
The best violin, guitar and bass Etriogs
io the city and musical Instruments of all
kluds can be obtained of K. & W. Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organ
a speciality tMO-ff
A good store room in Jobn Keese's
In ltii building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington aveaue. Also tour good
rooms suitable for dwelling home In
same buildup. Rent reasonable; apply
on the premises. 10-4-lm
There U life toaoltrahlp worth 181.00
in toe Mound City Commercial College
of St. Louts, tor sale it discount at the
Brum offlee. tt
We ere authorised to annnuncs .tUIlN II.
KOBINSON Miramli'lt'inir Sheriff of Ales
aiidereountr, at the coming county election.
We are anthomed to announce PETER RAL'P,
lor an inuopeniient eanuweie mr unarm or ai-
lan'iPTROunTT, si ma ensuing county election
STATr'.S ATTORsky .
KniTan BiuniKi-I'leaae annonnt that
einarandldaleforthenlUce of Mates Attorn
tor Alexauik-r county at the November eluo-
lion. n m. C. Mam,
We are authorized ta announce t.K'l. W
IIKSIiKltKH, .IK , as a ranltdat at the No
verutwr election, for State Attorney for A let
We are aiithorltt to announce WILLIAM
W. MTHKK1KIW a a candidate for Circuit
I lerkof Aleiander county at the coming county
We are authoring to announce JOHN Q,
llAKMANu afanilidateiorlhe omoe or Clr
cuitrlerk m Alexander uminty at the ensuing
Vt'c are authorize! to announce JOHN A.
ItKtVK as a candidate for the office ol Circuit
Clerk at the November election.
Wtare authorized to announce W. F. PITCH Ml
a a candid. t for the otltceof Circuit t.Vrk (
Alexander county at the NoTemlcr election.
We are authorised to announce CYUC4
( M)SK as an Indenendent rao'lt'late fr Hie of'
fl of Circuit lcrk of Alexander county at the
election Novemljer 7 in, i"7 .
r OR C'OL'NTY COMHISSIONr.U.
e are authorize in annoiiuce Wart in Krown,
or nieliea, as a candidate for (XMjiity Cimims
aiowr or Alexander county at tbe ensuing county
We are authorise! to announce JOHN IIPKS
TVS. of llazlewood precinct, aa a candidate fur
ine oniot or 1 ountr loramiesloner of Alean
Ur county at the RoTemuer election.
AlCAlAjTi LODUK, SO. 51.
k'nifchtflof Pythias, meets arcry rrl-
uay d i fin a naii-paai aeTan, in vrai
rellowa' itall. Hows,
,- u AI.KXANDKR J-OLKiK, NO. tM
livlnieoilrat Ord of Odd-Pal.
W Jt Iowa, uteris every Itrarsday night
' "n" at hau-ast avrea, in ineir rail on
.'oiiimrrciitl anut, tivtween istb and SefrMb
:rl X. A, UlTtjAt. Ti Ki
1AIRiJ kNCAMPMEKT, I. O. O. P., meets
in Odd-Peltow,' Hall on the trat and Hard
' ui ! in every laonlb, at half-pact aerrn
A. Comimim. C P
CAIRO LOLiliK. NO. 23T.A.P. gt A. M.
liMld rerular oommuucauons in Ida-
cioic Hu, corner Cwmmereial arenua
anl l.irti'h amet. on tue aeconil and
'irtirth Monday of each month.
gUTEft Or ADVKtriIS.
UA11 bills for adTertising, art doe and pay
able M advaxcb
Tranalaat astvertiaing will be waerted at Uia
rata of II 00 per squara for the first Insertion
and SO eaats for caok auheaqoant oca A liberal
diaeoont will be MiAtA oa standing and diapl
For Inserting Funeral aotioe SI ou NoMot of
merting of societies or serrat orders M eenta for
Charch, Society, VeeUval and Supper notices
will only be Inserted as advertUemecia
No adTcrtljeiBeot will be reoeiTed at lass than
60 oents, and no aavertlsement will be Inserted
for lass than three dollar per month
LOCAL Bl IXl.BS 3SOTIC XIS
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (t.es
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square 00
Two Insertions per juare. "0
Three insertions per square J 00
bix insertions ier square 1 73
Two week per square 3 50
One month per square 3 00
Special rates made ou large mlvctise
ments or for longer lime.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEH 1. KC.
I rl Weatnor Keftors.
Cstao. Ii4..t OU, K. isfto.
""a lUa. Ta. Wucp. j Vat.. Wat
I..m- S-J? I ' M
11 :-0 1 t ; I o , iear
P.m. wou ui k . j ,i0
Strgeant. Sigual berrloe. l. S. A .
Hata I Hat!
The ti iestsott hats in the city at
In Indies' beaver cloaks, knit jacUu
and ladies' casimere wrappers. These
good will Ihj sold at 20 per cent, less
than cost, on account of closing out this
I'ne of goods. Do not fail to call before
they areallgone. Solomon Perik.kia,
1 12 and IU Commercial avenue. ;t
Go to A. Marx, the hatter.nud get vour
silk lmts made to order. lO-lC-'it
Gentleiueu, examine the Creseut Yoke
shirt, the beet white shirt iu America,
price $1 23 at O, Haythorn & Co.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set o!
uew harness. Apply to A. II. Ikviv.
The Creseut Yoke shirt is the best
shirt now in the market. Every lady
should see It price $1 23 for sale by
O. Haythorn & Co.
Ladies will never bo vexed and troubled
making their husbands' sbirU after thejd
see me c resent, which is a genuine warn
sutta shirt, whb linen bosom aud cult,
for sale by O. Hawthorn & Co. at $1 23.
Darwia's doctrine of tUc survival of tie
fittest has at lust becu accepted by the
savans of all uatlons. Truly, the fittest
to survive are those who live after the or.
dlnances of nature, and keep themselves
pure and spotless with B. T. Babbit's best
"To be or not to be, that's the ques
tion." That was the question, indeed,
but now it is a quite diflerent one, who
can find power ao potent as B. T. Bab
bitt's Best Siap, to tnrn disease luto
health, and the abode ot sickness into a
palace of joy and thsuksgivlug.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fasb
louablehalrcut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tooks always kept on hand. The
batn room connected witb this establish,
tnent 1 the only one la the city, and Is
always kept In tbe neatest order, ready
for tbe convenience of customers. tt
The Broadway and Fittb avenue at A.
L..J..,!JU J,f. lJUML'J
Oeueral CdaU will addrexs the lUdl- J
cats of this city at the court bouse to.
night. An eflbrt to turn out a big torch
light procession will be made.
Waal Nthlf Bolter.
As to the Charter Oak rooking stove,
we can truthfully say that It Is a near
perfection as any stove we ever expert to
find ; we want nothing better, and do not
ever expect to find any other as good.
Am r.atrlalBoaeaf .
A number of our prominent married
and unmarried ladies, headed by Mrs.
Charles U aligner, arc making arrange
ments to give an entertainment at the
Athencuni on the third of November.
It will be a novel nnd interesting flair.
In The Blvar Again.
The truck of the narrow gauge rail
road has been moved back from the riv
er bank north of tovm. There was
another big cut wnh on Sunday niht,
and trains couldn't run, the road trans
fcring their tHi.ciixer'i from one side of
the bank to the other by wagon.
"A stich in time eaves nine.'' A bot
tle of Dr. bull's Cough Syrup will oftcu
save large doctor bill. Keep it handy,
for it only costs 25 cents.
Hill Scott having secured the election
ot Barnes iu Ohio, will return to Cairo
to-day. William denies that ho is the
colored gentlemen who was put into
prison at Kvansville for attempting to
vote, and who upon being released on
bail sklptied on', and we gu's he tells
H e are sure it nays to do your level
best at all times, as whatever is worth
doing at all l.s worth weil ; ah an illustra
tion, the manufacture) of the famous
Charter Oak stoves have always aimed to
buy the best material, employ the best
workmen, and make the best cooking
store that could be produced, and the re
sult is, the Charter Oak has attained a
popularity unprccedeTited in the history
Frank Barnott was arrested yesterday
by Chief of Police Gossmau on a warrant
sworn out by ono William Garnett. Both
arc colored gentlemen, and had partici
pated iu a fight, which ended disastrously
t the nose of William, and he determined
to seek vengeance through law. Burnett
was taken before 'Squire Comings, and
fiaed five dollars and costs, making
twelve dollars and forty-five cents. lie
left the office to search lor a friend, and
In all probability lodged in the lo-k-up
P. II. Fitzgeralj, pension aget,t, of In
dianapolis, Indiana collects pensions,
and may be lalelv trusted to tenure any
payments that nay be due frorn the gov
ernment, lia-iy are entitled tr tensions
wno my not te aware ol that fact. Mr.
Fitzgerald publishes a pamphlet giving
full Information on trie subject, which is
sent tree. LIis buiiness Is immense, and
his connections at Washingtdh are such
as to enable blm to secure prompt re
Mr. atui Mrs. A. B.8aftitd and W. 1
Ilalliday returned from the leoteunul
ou Mcnday morning.
Mr. M. F. Gilbert, w ho was called to
the bedide of hU father. Judge Miles
Gilbert, at St. Mary's, Mo., some two
weeks ugo, relumed to Cairo yesterday.
Judge Gilbert Is much lietter, though
yet very sick.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday were Col.J. C. Willis and Geo.
V. Corliss, Metropolis; Joseph Nash,
M-mphls ; V. L. Watson, Louisville ;
II.. I. Kendriek, Chicago.
Mi. Oberly aatt thai Nelaool Law.
The editor of the Era-IUinrsan, copie
an article Utely published in the Bn.Lt-
tin, chnrxing Joe Robarts with favoring
the election of U. 11. Towues over boih
Hileman and Nellis, because he believe
Townes woiiM exert himself to again
place John A. Logan in the United
States senate, aud remarks :
"ltobarts for Townesir Hi hgj
rather shake hands witli the devil actors
the boody chasm. No. Kobarts is fur
John A. Logan for the United States
senate, and he knows that Bob Towncs
has not decency enough about to support
a gentleman like Logun. ltobarts hopes
for the defeat of Townes. Hileman, Al
bright, Agnew. Kroh and Irviu, but
as there is a Dcrooorat to be elected iu
this district we are decidedly for Oberly,
as he bss some marks of a llepublican.
Mr. Obtrly voted tor the late school law,
which guarantees to every child In the
state, be It black or white, a common
school education. This is a holy meas
ure, and Oberly Is the only Democrat on
tbe ticket that, can rise above bis party
prejudice and vote for juU and humane
measures. We hope Oberly may be elec
ted, and that tbe rest of the Democratic
ticket may go to the d 1, the one
they love bes'i."
Mr. Oberly did uot vole for the law re
feried tc by tbe Era because lie has any
marks ot a Kepublicau about hiui, or 1m
cause he bus any affiliation with the Re
publican party. lie voted for the law be
cause bo believed iu the education of the
masses ; because he believed the proctn-r.
Ity of tbe couutry demanded it.
The Marquis ot Salisbury, at a musical
festival iu Eugland said that the voices
ot English women were best fitted for
singing of auy iu the world. The dlf
terence between English aud American
voices nas been remarked, tbe latter be
ing thinner than thosu ot British stagers,
This defect, mainly due to our climate,
requires cam aud cure. But what Lm
provement might we not expect from
lungs strengthened by such balms a
Ball's Balaam y It heals those slight In
tUoiations that are tbe pen of the singer,
and make conversation unpleasant to
speaker and hear. Prlo $1.00 per
A prominent lawyer of Chicago, and
the leading Chicago brokers, carry Ton.
tine policies in the Equitable, the former
$13,000 and tne tatter $30,000. Botbes.
press tbeurelves well satisfied with tfe
TltDCN AND REFORM
TKI CHICAGO "TtMH" OX MS
OBZXLT'f MCXSOHYILLX MUCH.
Mr. Liacola and ta Vugiti felav law.
oBaethtnaT frtli roateiuplntion
Be la- raill.
The following special we take from the
Chicago 7Vmrs,in regard to Mr. Oberly'
JacKsoxviLLr., 111., Oct. 15. lion.
John II. Oberly, ol Cairo, addressed a
larifc and enthusiastic Democratic meet.
Ing here Tester lay. II ii speech had
greater effect than any other yet of the
canvas1. While he was .jcaklng one
hundred guns wi re find in honor of the
victory injlw Oetolur states. Here
viewed at some length die charges made
against the Deniocriifie party by Colonel
Robert G. I ngersull,an4 crested by this
portion of his tpcuJi a decided sensa
tiou. lit: asserted that Col. Ingersoll's
statement Unit the atrocious black law of
Illinois was a ftaiu Ufon the Duio:rutic
record that could notle wahcd out was
an indirect attack ou Senator John A.
Logan, w hose seat iniic M iintr tli Col
wishes to obtain. Seta'or Losu wa s
member of tho lcgislatirc that enacted
the law, w;i its mot fo'lble eiiampioii.
if not it author, nd w;p r'poneible lor
its ii-co-airc. All t Ingeriii's
abu-' was ditiiii;aliiu .f Ins
rival, Senator I.'fan. Parsing
front this subfect the prak'r quoted
froui one of Ing.-rsol's siMxchcs, in
which the nc-ticm is mdc tlut tbe lugl
tive slave law would hc dour houor to
bell in licll'.i pulmicst 1;i t ; Hint it made
blood hotiuds of the pcode of the north ;
that the Democratic paty w responsi
ble for the law,atid that tie men who voted
and apologized for 11 vvru r.i.als aud
scouudrcl.". In maklu; tin ais;iti(u
Mr. Oberly declared tha Col. Ingersoll
was attacking the mcmiffy of Mr. Lin
cob, who not only apdogized for the
law, had supported its ;tnstitutionality,
had protested agafest the llepublicau
platform of Ohis, adopted by
that party in dcuounciiig the
Jaw ns atrocious Htid h;id pre
vented tbe introduction luto the National
Republican convention of 1860 of any res
olution in opposition to that law. In
proof of his assertioa Mr. Oberly read the
following letters, written by Mr. Lincoln
in 1853. Neither of these letters has ever
before this been printed, and this was tbe
first occasion on which thej were read in
the hearing ot a public audience. Mr,
Oberly has th original letters in bis pos
session, and their ge.iuinenesi cannot be
questioned by any one familiar with Mr.
Lincoln's handwriting. The following
Is the first letter read by Mr. Oberly :
swtivnFit ld, lit.., June 9,159.
To Hon. S. I CbSM:
Dkah Sir Please pardon the liberty I
take in addressing you as I now do. it
appears by the papers that Mie late Re
publican state convention of Ohio adorned
a platform, ot which the following is one
plank: "A repeal of thw atrocious fugi
tive slave uw. i ins is aireadv dsrnasr
ing Ui here. I have no docbt that if that
plank be even Introduced iuto the
next Republican national convention
it will explode ir. Onca introduced,
m supporters aud opnoneats w ill quar
rel irreconcilably. The latter believe
the United States coiicUiution declares
thst a fugitive lave shall be delivered
up," and they look upon tie above-plank
as nictated Dy tne spirit which declares a
fugitive slave"shall not beleliyered up."
I enter upon no argument one way or
the other, but I assure yos the cause of
Republicanism is hope'ess in Illinois if it
be in any way made responsible for that
piank. i nope you can inu win con
tribute something to relieve us from it.
Your obedient servant, 1. Lincols.
To this letter Mr. Cbass replied that
power bad not been delegated to con
gress to enforce tho fuglive slave law
in the labor clause of th constitution,
and aklrrg Mr. Lincoln las opinion of
the law. Mr. Lincoln replied as follows:
Senixani LD, 111.. June 20. 1858. To
Hox. S. P. Ciiask .Vy Dear Sir:
Yours of the 13ih inst. is received. Y ou
say you would be glad to have my views.
Although i think congress lias constitu
tional authority to enact a logitive slave
law, I have ncvcivelaboratct an opinion
on the subject. My view las been aud
is simply this: The United States consti
tution says me tugiuve Maw null be de
livered up, but it does not aprei'sly say
wno snail uenvcr ntui up. , i he consti
tution says it shall be done ol has omit
ted to say who shall do iu The govern
ment established iy the con.titution ex t i
termini is vested with tho pover of doing,
and coiirrcss is bv the corslittitioii ex
pressly empowered to iuJ,u all laws
wuicn. siimi lm necegsary and proper
for tarryiuif into exicution all
powers vcued' by . tl eonstitu
tlon in the goverutueit ot tbe
United State. This woild b my
view ou a siiiiplo reading of the con
stitution, aad it is greatly strengthened
by the historical tact that tbeconstitutlon
was adopted iu great part in order to get
a government which couia nevitte iu
own lehest lu coutradisOuchou to that
under the ar:iclcsof cuntedctation which
depends iu many rcsH?cti upon the states
for its execution, and tht olh r fact that
ouo ot tbe earliest congirsu i under tbe
constitution did euact a tujttiv.' slave law,
but I diil uot write you ou his subject
with any view of discuiaiug tic constitu
tional quest iou. My only otjoct was to
Impress you utlb what I bcltve Is true,
that tbe introduction ot a pnpositiou for
the repeal of the fugitive sUc law luto
the mxt Republican uatloual eouveutiou
will explode the couvcutbu and tho
party. Having turued yourattcution to
the point, I w ish to do no nnre. Yours
very truly, A.Lincoln.
After comments upou the letters tbst
were interrupted by frcquctt aplauie,
Mr. Oberly passed to a dlscussonof other
matters, ills remarks were iiterrupted
constantly by applause. .
Those who are entitled to become nat
uralized had better go before Judge
Bros at the court bouse while be Is
holding coert, and receive their floal
papers. Court will he in session durlnr
Siaaeral HeClaraaad'a a1
On tbe second page of thla mornlnga
Bullktim will he found an address by
General MeClernand to 'thas)ldlr and
sailors of the army ol the late civil war.
V commend tbe address to our readers,
and atk for It careful ' perusal and
ZT (i I j i i nuns si.! .'I
. I leifeiog tourers. AttrMiii, !
My ftoik d t lotblng H this season
U ll:e as largu as any stock heretofore
kept. Aud comprises all the latest
styles ol fit itsi Coats, Vests and.Ovr: i:
coat.s, manufactured houe'stly and out
of the choicest French, English, German,
and American c-olth, and good caimcr.
All geods marked in plain figures.
Sii-aint r Jituics 1'isk, Paducuh.
" Srp. Genevieve, Memphis.
John P. Tolle, New Orleans,
t "ay of Helena, Vicksburg.
Nellie Specrs nnd tow, N. t .
City of Chester, St. Loui.
Sii snicr James Fisk, Pndueah.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Loui.
" Thouip-ou Dt.iin. MfUiphi...
" John F. Tolle. St. I.oni.
City ofllclcna, St. Loui.
Nellie Specrs & tow, Ohio river.
" i 'ny of t bcMi r. .M inpliis.
The City of Helena pacd up, div
cliaruiiig :I72 bales oi em ion i"r .et
The Nellie Speri jiacd up the Ohio
river from New Orb-au with a tow of 12
empty coal bargci.
The Dick Fulton mid l 11 M-'inplii-wer
tine Inst nigh!.
The Str. liriie.vicve ami John I'. folic
pa-scd up for St. LouU.
The St. Francis Beilc wn due liom
Evau.'-ville last night.
r. . Hnnkel a flitter Wine nf Iron
uevrr leru know n tn tall in the cure of
nrakness, stteoded witb symptom; tndls
poitin to exrraion, loss of memory, diffi
cult rot breutbin;, general wcaknes, horror
of disease, weak, DerTou trembling, dread
ful borrorof death, oigbt fwests, cold fect.
weskne. dimness ot vinioo, lauguor, uui
vcrssl lassitude ot the muscular srstctn,
enormous appetite with flysirjtic syinp
toius, b'it hsuds, tlisbio: ol'tlie l.ulv, ilrr.
nes of tho tkin, pallid rmmtfnateo and
eruptiousen the taco, puritln the blood,
pain in the back, heavinePk ot tbe -yvUdf,
freaueut black spots flying before the evrs
with tetnpirary suftUion and los cf np'bt.
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakncMS. and to remedy
thst, mc L. 1 . K'UDkol Hitter vv'inc of
Inio. tt never fails. Thousands arc now
cnioTio? baltU who have Used it. Take
only K. K. Kunkel's.
Beware of counterfeits aod bae imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
losen it on to weir customers, wnen tney
call tor Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkei' Hitter Wine of Iron is put up
only In $t bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
Bkely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on tba wrapper of
each bottle. Alwav look for the photo
graph on (he outside, and you will always
l -tire to ret tbe genuine. On dollar per
bottio, or six for S. sold by druggists r.d
Af.l.WOUM REMOVED ALIVE.
K. K. Kunkel's Worm .yrup never folk
to d. tro Tin Seat and Stomach AVorin.
Dr. Kunlwl, the only suceeful physirtna
who rsmoves Tape Worm in two hours
a'lve, with hasd. and no fee until removed.
Common setiso teas-he that il Tape Worm
he removed, all other worms can ba readily
destroyed. Send for circular to lr. Run
kcl, So. Uj!) aorth Ninth street, fhiladel
fitriM, Pa., ol- call on your druNt and auk
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Svnip.
1'nVe. yl.00. It never lulls.
iii hcah, Mria ttoberts, f the t.'uiitily r,f
Aiexanirrsml Mabrvi lllmoi", by urr citain
trust Juert, or ale ruorttfago duly rxecutrd, ac
knuwIeUsed, and (Irlivtl, brariog tlatr the l.'tu
day ot AuKUl, A. !., 17'., anil recorded in Die
Keeorder' oflice of Alexander county, in Ilia
State ot" Illinoia, iu book , !'lc morttratfv at
lia(teSA, did convey untu Urseiua tii-eeuley a
trusu-e, all tae following described pn-misea,
aituated in the county of Alexnudtr and State of
Uliaoia. to-wit : Tne southwest fractional part
of aectlon twenty-flrc it) , township atventeea
(17), range two (2 west) also the southeast frac
tional part of aection tweaty-aiz (tij, la town
ship seventeen (17), in range two (i) eit, to ae
cure tbe payment of a promisaory note for the
sum of one hundred and aiitr-eiirht dollar, ex
ecuted by the Mid Maria Roberta, and payable to
the order of the aald Orsemas t.reeuley j and
wherea, tt is provided in and by aaid Uust
deed, that in cise of default In the payment of
arcorting to the tenor and effect of aaid note.
u win prom laeorr note, or anv ban tnereot.
men, on application or tne legal holder of (aid
note, it should and might be Tawfttl for theun
deraigoad Orsemas Urvenley to sell snd dispose
of the aald oremiaea. and all the rlaht. title. Lrn.
eflt, and equity of redemption of aaid Maria
Roberts, or her hairs and aasigna therein, at pub
lic auction, at the W4t llonrofthi .Vliirt hmiki.
In the city of Cairo, in tbe county of Alexander
and fiiatc of IllinolH, for the hipheht and brt
price the aame will brinv in cuh al'ier liAviiiL-
advertised audi aale thirty day in any uetrti
per at that time puhllithed in the aaid city of
Cairo, and to make, execute, and deliver to the
Iurrtiaer or purchasers at such tic, jfnod ami
suflicicut deed or deed of ronvevaurc for the
prviuiM-a sold, and out of tha urorcvda m aiu-li
ale to ay all costs aud exneuses incurrtl iu al-
Tcrumnjr and aellinc said premines. lucludiui:
attorney 'a ftrs, alio the in iucipa! aud Interest
on said nste; and, w lirreaj, diljiilt lias Ihtu
lll iic ill the luivmt'nl of the kulil note, iirini'inul
and interest; now, therefore, public notice. '
iieieny Kiree, tliat in pursurui of aul'l
luortKaKC and by virtue of tbo pawcr "l
thorltT to roe LTantvd iu uml tie tlir same, and
by virtue of Hie statute of the Hate, I, the un'iel -siur.1.
will, on Kndar. ths 17th day of Nov , A.
.. at I o'rlork. li in., at west door of
court house, in tberilyof ( aiio.sell nJ ilii'0.-e
ot the premises abr and iu snl trut mort
fratiedced ileienlied. aud all tticrislit, title, ben
efit and equity of redemption ot the said Msria
Roberts, her heirs or assigus therein, at public
auction, for the bigocst aud best jri c tbe same
win or ing in rasn.
UULNAnr,Ht,I.M , Jlortgsdrf.
MMCER LAKSIES. Att'y lor Mnrt.
r-t. 17, i7.t-M.
Larger Stock snd Lower Trices
Tban ever lor CASH.
!'iiu Fifty cuts to Iw nty-ti'4ollsr.
A lull ttue ol Ute style oorseU aod bocin v at
lower pi !". tuau ever Ixloio ogerrd Iu
(aiio. t ld straws made over, oriakru
iq rxibauge l r livw goods.
A full rUffck of
Ladies Woolcu and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Kea i r towers, etc. , of every variety and
si sit ri ices.
l stock must tie eiosea out, and I win give
my Ulstoiuen pcitar uargains tuau ever OBsital
eewe MR1. C. M'lAN.
' eTACOD T7AX.TEH,
Deafer in Fresh . Meats
etwiaa Waaaintoa t4 OeameroU
Avatawaa, Uieiatec '.
Ktrrn tni aaU m Was Barf. fas. IfaOS
Veal, Lsatb. i.
prsa4 H scrn a.lu n e atU tas
MiLlllIEKi I M
R. SMYTH & CO.,
W bolesgj arnj Jici'J
wines op am unvis.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
VKMR,. MTTH CO. have eonatandv
kH rWna'ir" h best goo.1, .. tne niar
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1 1 00.000
A . R Af t OKI, .i,i..
' h frest
WAI.TKU HVM.OI'. An" ablr.
iiri ctoh.s :
V.V4 ,r'""- H. lr,MHn
It I.. IUi.MT.ai. w. V. Hir.,i.v,
1.. I. M it.i iM'.iM TrnuN Itn.r,
Exchnngp. Coin snd United Stuto
Bond BouRht and Sold.
DrroKIT twitsi anl a srral ;i.anki..
Rr"i, l ie.dnt
NrO, V.-e t'r'l.
f( M i lis, I n.iner.
I . .1. Kcrth, t sti'r
Comer Commsr-lal Ave. aod bth Stiat
!''ro,fj VBlro n'm- KIul-c, atro.
Neff. Cairo. Wra- Wole, Cairo,
f-usanka, Cairo. K I.. Dillioridcv, Uuia
Hudcr, Cairo It. Wells, Cairo.
F. II. Ilrinkman. M. Louie.
I- Y. Vhrnvin, Calwtonia.
tieaeral UitiiklaK Huninete lisne.
t"Echauge sold and IwuKht Interest paid
a the SuvinKn Department. Collections mada,
ndallb'iAincas troinntlv attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A.R "AFFUKll, freaident.
S. 8 TAYLOR. Vie President .
W. HYM.it, .Hec'TttudXpeasursr
P.W. BAUCLAY, I.MAS. CAMOHSa,
S . M. StOi'SsxaTit, fxvL U Hculm.
It. ti. Ct 'KNIMnUAJf. U L IUU.IDAY,
I. il I'rut.Ltrs.
IXTKhKST paid on deposits at the rule ol sii
prrctnt. jr annum, Mureh M and hspb iu
ir 1st. Interest not withdrawn is atdel inline
lislaly l tiie principal of I lie deposits, lliarvby
(iviiiff tlpin eoiunouiul interest
kfarrisd Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every businessday ftoiu9a.ni. to S p.m.
ml .Saturday evenings for savings deposits only
roros to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSX.OP. Treasurer.
mess in :o :m m mis
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor S3 00 Per Say
SpaelaJ Rate br Waak r Moatb.
A liniittfl buiiiIht of eery desirable' tstnily
rooms cau bv secure.l at rouaiilo istw- lot tb
Ik t. t'hmle-1 the large! and best abpolnt
cillousnin Somijiin lllinuis, snd is tliu leading
boti I iu Ijtiro. Nolw llbslandiuK the "Kd
Bock'1 rwliuti'.n in prices, tbe table will, sj
UKual.U' liberully ii.plie. with I be very best
of everything th;it 'an b.' fmutd in market.
l ine lurv'e sample rooms ..r mmnv r-il trav
elers, on around floor, free of cbarve .
tMII hw-f"i iiusMs e.onveui towndlniii
the hotel v 1 1 Until elisre.
Evinsvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
raduciab, Sbawueetown, Evsn
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all Way landings.
1 hf elrsiil side- Wtl.el strain"
WAXISeB. FSMNOIBtO.N MsJttl
Cuaklss FssNisorox CtorU
Will Kve (afro every 1VtDNfcblA Y at t
0'ilo. k'p. in.
1 uc DmI ate auter
Leaves Cairo eery 8ATtTitOV.
-.ff!0- t?.' 4l,oBaa4tioasl Cairo
Vila Srefelaoe strain era Ibr at. Luui.. w.m.
aad with las IwuaviJUa Auil ""airiTrrTilt
VoUUoa tJUe I W Oalu. U m7uark ri
SiCarT ISawliTalal J
Wot tkllM ussarautiaai asplv as ' ' ;
"tW Is. J. G11KVM,
teadwt sad Gaaarai WnUP'
St. Louio, Mo.
TR0S. A. KICK. 1st t i
AS. ICE, A. K.. "
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, S8I 00
MofT toirplete. TrmroiiKii nd Vrsrtl.al
eourwr nf H(,.iv iswths r,.i,i s......
roui-s... in.ti.pen'ilile to e.ry v.inpr s,Ui m."
Titos A. tilt I..
1.. t.. tt..
Trustee 'a )..
iere ..in the iMth dav r.f Si.iil A i.
lohll TI. I'hillis. ulld Itaehl J ll.illl. 1 i
wi.e executed and deliveied to tlie underaiimad.
toi thepiir(seor .ecurina the payment of a
eeriam prnmissory note fherain mentioned.
mat deed to the following denenbed premi.es,
to-wtt : Ixit numbered oiirbteen (li. in bl. rk
numbered lour ), , that ityof (.aim, lllmoia,
mentor ssid note. N..w. therrfr, In puVi
snreof thet siiihonty ronferred by said tru't
deed. I will Mil th.abov, dc-rlUed ,,,);..
at r-ublio rendu, to the bish.st bldd-r. fw
eab in band, at tbe ooort home door la fair.
J J'?irn s"r'lay, toe th davof Vioii ,
.in 'X Wm aocl.k. r.ni ,i.f
sa.tt ouy, ,ald sale to he wi'h'nir redemi ion.
r Vrv V aVifni?' FOKD, irusfee
''CLN AGILBKKT Attorney.. aerr.'s-Sw
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Boofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing ProaaStlr Don.
COHISMIOH HISKCII A XT!.
STOATTON & BIRD, '
Jom mission Merchants
AOKNTS) AUKRIOAN POWDXK CO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds (bard aad soft,)
FLOORING, 8TDIKO, LATH, Ao
Mill b4 Yard.
Jerner Thirty-Fourth 8treet and
O. D WIXIIAIISON,
tuU IH'.Ur 111
13 OAT STORES,
Ha. IS UHtO X.EVEE.
QI'Kl IAI. atlvntioi (iv.u taeouiiniont. an I
So ffJOI.io Lttte,
, . t CAZSO, ILLINOIS.
I .9 If
WHOLES ALX AND KKTAIL
Ood Sold Very Close.
SMV ItU ft. M Oewaaereia.' A
C. 0. PATTZ3 tt CO.