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ASCAI.ON I.OIIUK, NO, M.
Knight of Pythias, meets eury Frl
lay night nt hnir-paat seven, in Odd
t'cllowV llnll .(no. II Uosman,
OAlltO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. "-t
In Odd-Fellows' HU on nrst und third
licsdat n every nionui, ' "
' .1X1 Jl. OlIlltl.Y, C. P.
A OAIIIO MIIKli:, N0.'2I7,A.K. AA. M.
.....id.... nAr,it.iii,ilpftf Ittna lu Mil-
XjT sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' and lllghth street, on the second ami
(limn aionnav ui men mount.
The next term of Hie VmUU School of
the Church ot the Itclccmor will begin on
.MONDAY, SKlMKMHMt nth, and con
tinue In felou aitccu week". I'mler the
mne supcrvlflon and control a It vvai
lt term, the School will he conducted In
a similar mmncr. At the beglnnlne; ol the
term cU'B will he formed lor the study
Application for ndmlelon inutbo made
either to Mm. 1. A. Taylor, or the Hector.
The price of tuition will ho only eight
dollar for the term of sixteen week, pay-
AW.K IN AHVANCK.
Oiiahlk.i A. (iimikkt, Hector.
l'Il.sr.5 i:it lit I.oiil llrrlicrl'.
Ituac Hull f i:ery lleaerlptlon
PHII. JI. SALT'S.
To llm t.Ttlrt'iiH or Cairo.
I would Inform my ninny fiieudp. that 1
am r till In the auction hulncs', and ready
to attend to all K-ilc that may oiler. My
lotiK experience In tlilt bulncs needs no
comment UU no experiment on my part,
and pnrtlc entrusting soodi to my earo
need not he afrahl, as I am no ".nulli" or
novice In th bulne.
Special attention kIvcii t real c'Uto and
out-door mlc, as I htvc itcvcrmls-ed rnak
id a fale. I- IlAtir.MAN, Auctioneer.
Comer Sixth Mrcet nud Commercial A v.
aiifX Hii,t(x'ki.iivtdoiK.' nt llic lift.
uni.v olllei', i'i 'l cr M.
A cottage, X. Hi Tenth street, between
Washington and Walnut. Aiply to Ohas.
I.a nc. f -T-tf
Three largo and very de-irahle family
room, troiitln on the Ohio, at the St.
Clurlen Hotel, can be had, with board, at
very reaon ible rates during the Summer
month. Abundance o' pure air and per
fect v ntllatlon. T-10-tf.
lo mil! cc JIit.
I.&ndlords ol hotels aud boarding houes
w 111 dml it to their sdvantai;e to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, Laundrc-i", No I 'J Fourth
ftrect, bclwcn Washington and Commer
cial aventiet. Hotel ami boarding-houro
washing, 75 cent per do.en. Koi piecework
price? are ai follow.: Single thlrt und col
ar, 10c; per dozen SOci ock fa; two col
lar", ftc; two handkerchief", Sc; etu UOc;
mid all gentlemen' wear, sOc. per
doxeli. Ladles' Uresc, 'i'i to W)c;
tklrttlo to yjc; drawnra 10 to 15c; two
tilr liofe fie: two collari" 5 to l(k Kor la-
diet.' plainclothes ?t 00 per dozen; for la
dle, fine clothei, f I 2." per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delivered.
Oi, lo I I llrrlMTl'i for 1'II.Si:-
n r. it.
i; rent lli'iliirlloii.
I'lrf-t-clns room ami hoard nl tin; Ar
lington JIoiik", nt 2.S per month.
Titos. H. Ki-f.is, I'roiirktor.
Xolire of Ilriiiiitiil.
The well-known barber idiop, corner
Kighth and Commercial, prcflded ov.'r by
iho popular arlUt, George Stclnlioiiso, has
removed one door north on Commercial, In
.he Grand Central Hotel. Tho new shop Is
arge nnd commndlmi", and thoie wishing
for anything artUtle in the way of fashion
Me hair cutting, smooth 'have, etc.. will
Jo well to call at the Graud Central Harbor
At the Bulletin bindery IS mtnibors,
hound in two voluiiie", lull ilt tuor
rocco; co-t $11 ; for salu nt $10.
BafXX Wood .-took enveloiics at the
Hri.LKTiN oflke. $3 00 per .M.
It In 1'ii'lriH
to attempt" to eienm-e a stream while the
fountain Is Impure. Dyspepsia, complaints
of tho liver and kidney, eruptions of the
fekin, bcrolula, kcadaches, nnd ill diseases
arMng from Impure blood nre at once re
moved by Dr. Walker's California Vine
gar Bitters, the great and Infallible purifier
of the blood, mid renovator or tho hystem,
Jtbas n6vcr been known to lull, piovlded
the patient had not delayed using It until
llm vitality ol his cysteni was too far gone.
l or Mile.
AMlverpUtcd No.'J Wilson SLuttlo Sew
ing Mauhini), hard (piano) liuUh, valued at
jsa. Will he told at c'20 discount, on good
terms, ami ordered direct from tho factory.
A No. I) Wllssn Shuttle Sowing Machine
valued nt $.'i. Will be bold at $15 discount
.nd ordered direct lr in the laetory.
A D0 Hcmlngton 'Bowlig Machine-$.TO
off Tor cash. Sultablu for tailor or hoot and
At a bargain, nnd on good torms, u Howo
Bewing Machine. .May he seen at the Com
pany'a otllcc, corner Ninth street und Com
"Picturesiuo America" 18 numbciK
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt Moroeeo ;
A ityU "Ki" "Clough, Warren .V Co.'h"
trolt. Ut prlco. !f3lW. Will bo sold for
A new two-horko Oainhlo wagon,
For any of the above articles, apply nt
the Buixktin ofllre. R. A. Hoiinrtt.
AI.TIXANDKU I.OMIK, NO. tit.
Wmlkz- lndeicnilent Order of OtM-Jel-vsllgflF
low. mU every Thursday night
'fWH nt half-past seven. In their liall cm
Commerchl avenue, between sixth nnd Seventh
T J IwHTII, JS. U.
kati:n or Aiv:itrtNixj.
S3A1I hills Tor lulvertl'liig, arc due nhd pay
able ix AllVAMK
Transient advertising will bu Inserted ut th
rate of II () perfume rorthe first Insertion
nnd & cuts for i-nch uh'cpicnt one. A llhend
discount will ! made on standing nndillplay
lic-d notices, busbies, or otherwise, will lie
charged ten cents per line fur the llrst nnd live
cent lor each additional Innrtlon, (counting
(he Hues nnd njiivanl) a discount will made
nfler thlnl Insertion.
Churrh, NicMy, festival mid ftipptr notices
will only he Inserted a? advertisements
l-'or Inserting Funeral notlra l in. Notice of
Inkling of societies or ectet order W rents for
.Voadvcrtlenient will be received at leu than
WKDXKSIMY, AL'(irST2."., 187fl.
I.ocnl WrHtlirr Ilrporl.
CaIIio, lt.t..,AUKii.t2l, K5.
Haii. ITiie. I Wink,
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THOMAS .IONKS, Hcrgt. S. S., U. S. A.
I'otiliir incetln of Cairo ('nliio this
(Vilii('.lny) uveiilti. Att'iit 2Slli.
It. V. IIkl.nkii, Sei'y.
Tho ratiil Open Air (JonciTl to-nlj;lit
will eonitnenci; nt linlf-jinst seven o'clock,
Tliu jiolieo oottrU weru very quiet yes
terday, nothing of coii'equenec linvin
taken jilace In either of them.
Head the auction notice of rale of teal
.Mate to take place to-day the property
of Cha?. Tlirupp on Wii"hlnxtoii avenue
aud on Kljrlith street.
Tin; election lor the choo-in of u
County Treasurer, ami ."cvcral other
county olllclaN, will taku place on the
llr-t 'J'lieMlay In November.
Mii'lli.v villi' I'll I r.
We yesterday received frotnilr. W. W.
Thornton, furinerly of this city, a lare
po-tcr ot the Shclhyville fair, vv'hich will
couiinence on the l.'th of Sejitetnhcr.
'I lii Orilliuilit't-.
Mr. I.aiiMlcn, who is now engaged in
rcvl-lng the city ordinances Informs in
that ho will have completed hi tnk
about the last of .September.
'I hi- Itoimh mill ItcHily I;ciii-Iiiii,
The excursion of the Hough and Heady
tire compaiiv, vvlilcli win to have taken
place last .Sunday, hut wai poitponed,
will, wo are told, conic off on next Sun
day without fail.
Ollleer Brown wui Imnt nt work yes
terday in stiewlug the place;!, lately cov
ered by tlpe water, with lime and tar.
He w ill continue In the good work until
the entire city has been thoroughly dl-ln-lectcd.
.Vol .Ho Hull it lti'iorlcil.
InloniH tis that the crop? in that neigh
borhood are damaged hut very little, and
that the reports that have hitherto been
circulated in regaril to the great lo? are
Tin' ;iitlon Trlnl.
Ono week from next Monday, u special
term of the .lohtiion County Circuit
Court will he commenced at icnua, lor
the purpose of giving Oupton, who U
now confined In the county Jail in this
city, charged with thcklllingof Anthony
An or Old.
The countrymen hereabouts are again
beginning to come Into town in their
wagon. Load after load of melons, po
tatoes, apples, etc., may he seen wending
their way through our streets now, and
the town is assuming a business-like
appearance n of old.
C.vino & Vixcknni:. 1! aii.iio.vi, 1
C'Atr.o, Ills., Aug. 25, 1S75. f
Mr. F. O. Hexford Is appointed agent
:it Cairo for the Cairo fc Vlnceuncs Hall
load from thU date, vice C. H. Hillllps,
retimed. II. I.. .Moniiii.i.,
S-25.:n Gen. Sup't.
I'lluts reduced at O. liaylhorn it (Vs.
A chaneo for bargains.
The l'irt lrl
Tue transfer boat Junius S. .Morgan, of
the .St. l.ouN, Iron Mountain A, Southern
railroad, on her llrst trip after being re
leased, took from this side of the river
two car-loads of wagons destined for
Texas, and brought hack two ear-load
ol wheat. The Height business of this
road Is Improving with each day.
Mr. J. H. Wild, who for the past three
weeks has been at vaiious limes so low
that life was despaired ol, is again we arc
pleased to say, slowly improving. On
.Monday night ho was not expected to
live until day-break, hut n change for the
better took place yesterday morning, mid
he was resting much easier.
The Cincinnati Exposition,
Those of our readers who propose to
visit Cincinnati during the coming In
dustrial Kxposltlon, will ho glad to know
thai this paper can bo seen on tile at the
oftleoof H. N. l'ltKMiMAN, Advertising
Agent, 100 West Fourth Street, where all
facilities will he extended
them to read
their home new
Ileor thin In Mind.
The Idlewild excursion will lake place
next Saturday night, and nothing will he
left utidouu that will add a particle to the
comfort and amusement oi those wtio at
tend. An excellent siring band will nc
eonip.'.ny tho excursionists, and a glo
rious tlmo may bu looked for, Tickets
for the event can be obtained by applying
o Messrs. Bradley, Heardeu mid silver.
New goods to-day tit O.
tliouk'. htt Looked To.
There nre In this city many low spots
ol ground, where tho slpc nnd rnln gath
ered during tho recent "wet .pell,"
that now have no pourco of drainage,
which should he looked nrtcr hy the au
thorities nt their earliest convenience, ns
this water, If It Is allowed to stand, will
stagnate nud probably prove Injurious to
the health of the inhabitants.
on I polled.
The Taylor Literary Society, nt a meet
ing held nt their rehearsal rooms last
evening, concluded to postpone their en
tertainment until about the 27th of Sep
tember, its one of the gentlemen who will
take a prominent part In the event ex
pects to he called away from the city
about the first of the month, mid will he
ale-cut several weeks.
Not tlii Only One.
We are thankful that we arc not the
only Individual In this community who
has suffered from tho effects of too much
water-melon. We yesterday morning
wltnes-ed a prominent gentleman of this
city leaning ngaln-t a lamp-po"t, making
n ilcsperateattempt to swallow the handle
of a Mx-bladc knife, and get rid ot his
mlery. He swore that he had indulged
hut moderately, yet he nevertheless had
One of the pipes on Kighth street, be
tween Commercial avenue nud the levee,
leading Into the mam sewer, became
stopped up with mud, sticks, etc., yes
terday morning. The servlco of a ne
gro were secured, who donned mi old stilt
of clothes, wailed Into tho water up to his
neck, and after some time being spent In
hard labor, succeeded In removing tho
obstructions from the pipe.
The Conrerl mill Hull To-nltflil.
To-night the Delta City Comet Hand
hoys give their concert and hall. During
last summer, and up to tho present time,
these young gentleman have very kindly
rendered their services for the ainii'-e-ment
and pleasure of the people ol this
city, and now that they desire a recipro
cation, none should stand back. Their
ball and conceit will he a very pleasant
allalr, and should he liberally patronized.
A . Appointment.
It will be noticed in another column
that Mr. F. 1). Hexford ha been appoint
ed agent at Cairo for the C. it V. railroad.
Mr. Hexford's legion of friend in Cairo
and all over the country will Join with
us In commending this appoint
ment. The C. it V. has sccuacd an
agent who-c many years' experience and
popularity as agent for the Illinois Cen
tral and Michigan Central railroads at
Calumet assure them u man competent
for the ofllce, nudciti.ens and .-hlppers
generally will always have an agreeable
aud pleasant gentleman to deal with.
"Long may he wave !"
new Invoice of ladles' slippers at V.
Ilaythorn it Co's.
The Taylor Literary tioeluty, nt tfiulr
meeting last evening, decided to rent two
spacious and suitable rooms in Dr. Ward-
uer's building on Commercial avenue, In
which to meet during the winter season.
The rooms, provided the society pros
pers and there Is every reason to be
lieve It will are to be furnished with
book", periodicals, chess, checkers, etc.,
for the bencllt ami amusement of tho
members. Tho society has been a success
since the day of its organisation, the
gentlemen who compose It having ex
hibited much energy and Interest In It:
welfare, and Is said to have lived longer
than any other orgatiiMtion of a similar
character ever gotten up hi this city.
I.ell for 1'iirtt IUiUiiohii.
A few days ago a lady aud herhu-hanil
occupied a house not over a mile from
thisolllce, who to all outward appearances
were ns happy in their home as any one
could wish to bo. There also dwelled in
the domicile a ladv friend of the wife
Everything, as we have said before,
seemed to bo lovely until a day or two
ago, when tho husband left town to hunt
work. He remained absent ior a day or
two, and returned to find every Item of
the household furniture missing, ids wife
nnd friend gone, aud the liou-o locked up.
What the cause for such action on the
part of the wife and her friend was, we
can't say, but they went, and now the
husband grieves, not so much for the wife,
we dare say, as lor tlto furniture.
Capt. John W. Trover, of St. LouN,
a former resident of this city, was regis
tered nt tho St. Charles yesterday.
Charles III. Carey, of Vincenncs,
master mechanic ol the Cairo it Vin
cenncs railroad, was In the city yester
day. Mrs. Fishback and Mrs. Henry llal
llday and family will lcavo Cairo to-morrow
for Ohio, where they will remain for
several weeks, visiting.
From County Clerk Lynch, we learn
Miss Hose Winston, who is familiarly
known to all the young folks of this city,
has been seriously ill lor several weeks.
She is Improving now, however, aud
will, it Is hoped, he restored to health in
a short time.
WhnIiIiikIoii Avenue to bu (Jriitelfil.
For souio time past Mayor Winter lias
been endeavoring to raise, hy sub scrip
tlon, a sulllclcnt amount of money to
buy gravel for Washington avenue. He
has, we are Informed, thus far in his en
deavors, succeeded in raising llfteen hun
dred dollars toward the proposed Im
provement. Washington avenue Is the
only thoroughfare in the city adapted to
pleasure driving tlmt is uot encumbered
with impediments ol various kinds, and
should Ills Honor continue iu his good
work and gravel the btreut, wo lmve no
doubt that each itn.l every resi
dent would bless him for ills
commendable enterprise aud remember
him hi their prayers, If this Is not uu in
ducement for His Honor to go ahead, If
ho has any thoughts ot the nereniter, wo
nre at a loss to know what would induce
hint to continue.
Three gentlemen nnmed Hume, Clark
aud Lines, who for the pat month have
been on it hunting expedition In Arkan
sas, passed through this city yesterday on
their way home. They report game of
every description as plenty, and pro
nounce Arkansas a line place to live In.
They make a similar trip each Summer,
this making their fourth expedition du
ring lour years, and slgnlly their Inten
tion to repeat it next .Summer.
('If Iten' Aiiorlntlon.
At a Joint meeting of tho several com
mittees of tho "Citizens' Association,"
heldnt tho committees' room, on .Monday
evening, 23d lnt., it wns
ll'ohl, That it he recommended to
tho Association that the articles of Asso
ciation be so amended as to limit the
number of standing committees to three,
vl: Tic Executive Committee; Com
mittee on Taxation and Education, nnd
Committee on General improvements,
each committee to consist oi turee mem
bers the president to have power to ap
point the committeemen, In accordance
with this recommendation, nnd to he, ex
olllolo, a member of each committee!.
John Wood, Chairman.
M. IS. llAittiKLL, Secretary.
REAL ESTATE AUCTION.
Our old and esteemed fellow-citizen,
Ciias. Thrupp. E-ij., will oiler for sale at
Public Auction, to-day, at 2 o clock, on
the premises, his residence, corner of Sev
enth and Wndilngtoti avenue, and the
"Casino"' saloon, on Eighth street. Thoc
are two ol the most desirable piece of
property in the city, and parties wishing
to purchase good paying real estate at
low figures will do well to attend. Mr.
Thrupp will also oiler for sale at the "Ca
slno," on the same day, some line farm
ing lands and vacant city lots. Don't
forget to attend. L. H. Mvr.its,
Grand Central : James H. Craudall,
Mound City; August Neiicnhohn, St.
Louis; A. M. Perkins, Vienna; II. F.
Potter, Mound City ; E. Stock, New Or
leans; Abraham Litton, Washington,
Planters: I-aae Cravens, Illinois;
James Dongc, Italian! county, Kentucky;
Frank Scliroon, St. Louis; Mr. McDon
nid and wife, Baltimore; Maurice Enlen
bach, Chicago; Emll Gcrlack and wife,
Newark, N. J.
Dclmouico : C. F. Kenedy, Oregon;
A. M. Clayton, Central City ; John Mc
Mahon, Galveston; T. Goodrich, Cam
den, N. J.; II. W. Lynn, river; B. Hume,
river; H. D. Clark, river; V. W. Gun
tice, Mt. Carniel, Tenn.; II. M. Adams,
Central City; W. Hepler, city; John
Ambler, Virginia; J. M. Kerby, Pulaski,
Tenn.; A. D. Elliott, St. Charlestown; J.
D. Elliott, St. Charlestown ; F. Blue, At
St. Charles : Thomas II. Bagnell,
Denver; E. A. BurrN. Evansville; J.
Hall, .Vow oilcan. : David HIner. Mound
City ; John W. Trover, jst. j.0M j. c.
Moore, Kin Monday, Henry S. Gardner,
andd.W . lleadpath. Louisiana: J. St.
Morgan, St. Louis , A. Draker, Water's
Landing. Mo. ;C.W. Carey, Canni; J.
Adlcr, Eldorado, 111. ; 11. 1,. Kvans, Mis
sissippi ; F. P. Carson, Evansvtth.; p.
W. Dodds and James Lawrence, Guo.
way county, Kentuckv ; W. W. Hinkle,
Evansville; V. B. Fowler, Illinois ; P. N.
Pope and S. J. Boss. Du Quoin; A. J.
Meakc, Morrissy, Illinois.
Grand Open-Air Concert and Ball
nivK.v rtv Tin:
lleltn City t'omet tlnntl.
The following Is the programme of the
Opcn-AIr Concert to be given by the
Delta City Cornet Band, Wednesday
evening, August 25ih :
I'AItT l lKST.
Grand Opcninir Overture By Ed. Wit
tig's Delta City Cornet Band.
Grenada Quickstep By Keller.
Joys of Live Waltz By Faust, Or
chestra. Grand Opera Palpouii By Strcck,
Delta City Cornet Band.
Weiulaub Polka By Serniau.
Waltz By Fielder, Orchestra.
Comic Medley Ed. Wlttlg's Delta
Cltv Cornet Baud.
Brcslauer Gallop Strauss.
Duct, Guitar und Zlttcr by Swoboda
Medley Quickstep by Keller, Delta
Cltv Cornet Band.
Palpourl by Faust, Orchestra.
Grand Finale, Knight's Quickstep
by Grafula, Delta City Cornet Band.
The Orchestra engaged for this occasion
will consist of twenty-eight Instruments',
aud all the musical talent of Cairo will
assist to make it the finest musical treat
ever cll'ercd lo the citizens ol Cairo.
More Ilooni for Kent.
The lower story of the hou-e occupied
hy William Winter, tho artist, on Sixth
street. Enuulre of Win, Winter or Dr.
Parker. . Mits. Julia Davis.
tiSfXX Amber and White rag stock
envelopes attlieBt'i.LiniN olllce, printed,
$:i Maud $4 00 per it.
Persons having cisterns needing pump
ing out and repairing can havo it done
promptly nnd at prices to suit tho times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
1 have a man and pump employed all the
time for tho purpose 8-20-2W
Ten pound letterheads, largo ul.e, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper used In Cairo for print
ing letter heads-ordinary composition
only $4 CO per thousand at the Hullktin
I.oiiIh Herbert mta'l'll.sr.XKK.
CDelielous Pilsener Beer at Sclioen-
Messrs. J. Burger & Co. aro selling
light and dark kid gloves at 50 crs. Step
in nnd sec them.
Jim I'Isk, i'nducah.
Fayette, St Louis,
City Chester, St. Loul.
Hosa Miller, Pittsburg.
Mary Houston, Louisville.
Tow-Hoat Grand Lake, No 2, St Louis.
" Petrel, St. Louis.
Propeller Alf. Stevens, Ohlou Hlvcr.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Fayette, Jeft'ersonvHlc.
" City Chester, Memphis.
" Uosa Miller, Arkansas I'lver.
" Eddyvllle, Na-hvllle.
T. F. Kekert, Mound City.
" Mary Houston, New Orleans.
Tow-Hoat Grand Lake No 2, New Orleans
" Petrel, Ohio Hlvcr.
Propeller Alf Steven", Sc. Louis.
niVKIl ANI WHATllKIl.
The rlyer Inst evening was 2:1 feet
l 1-5 inches on tho gauge, having fallen
2 feet 7 1-5 Inches during the previous 21
hours. The weather Is fair but with
some promise ol rain soon. Business
TheOrand Lake and barges added
about COO tons here.
The Jim FIk took out u big trip of
people last evening.
The moonlight e.veur-Ion on the Idle-
wild next Saturday night will be splen
Tin; Mary Houston got about 150
tons and has In all about (NX) tons for
The T. F. Eckert went to Mound
City to wah the mud oil the ways. She
will be hero this, morning.
-The Hosa Miller Is a new boat built
for the Arkansas river trade. She Is
owned and commanded by Capt. John
Woodburn,and Mr. Tom Darmh Is her
The Fayette goes to JcffersonvHle to
be dismantled. Her machinery will be
placed upon a new boat which will be
called the Dollle Dixie and will ply he-
low Memphis and Osceola. She belongs
to Captain Grooms of Memphis.
We learn that the embankment upon
which the track of the Cairo and St.
Louis Hallroad rests Is threatened with a
"wash out" at a point perhaps halfa mile
above this city. The embankment stood
the high water without showing signs of
weakening at any point, hut now that
the water fromThe low ground Is run
ning out Into the river the case Is differ
ent, and a break is imminent.
W.UI DEI-AHTJIKNT, IttVEP ItKI-OIIT,
Aug SI. IsTS.
STATIONS LOW WATCH.
rr. ix. it is.
Cairo. -it o -1 a
Pittsburg :i 11 ."
Cincinnati l:t 7 1 1"
Louisville O '' O O
Nashvillu 7 ! -- 1
St, Louis 1." 01
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawncotown, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The unrivalled aliK-wheel etenmer
1). (i. KouLtii Master.
Ku. It. Iiiouas Clerk.
ill hiivc Kvanavllllc for Cairn every MONDAY
anclTHUlPSDAY utl o'clwk p. m.
Leaves Cairo every 1 UKaDAV aud iTIIDA V,al
e o'clock p, 111,
The ilesant side-wheel stunner
lie IIon-Aiu... Muster.
YV'ALTKH II. l'KNNINOTON Clerk,
Will leave Kvunsvllle for Cairo every TUES
DAY anil Kill 1 'AY nt 4 o'clock p. 111.
Will leuvc Cairo every W E UN Ks DAY' and SAT
UltDAY at U o'clock p. in.
"Die t-lefrant tnle-wheel steunie r
John Garr Master
Mat. Williams Clerk.
leaves Evansville for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY and 3ATUKADY at p. in.
Leaves Cairo every lllUUSDAYaml SUNDAY
Each boat makei close connections at Cairo
witlt Brat-chins tc.imera for St. I.onl, .Mi-m-phUnmt
New flrleans, nnd at Evansville with
the K. .t C. it. It for all points North und East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamers for all
points on the L'piwr Ohio, kIvIiik through n
relils 1111 freights ami pasrengers to all point
Kor ftirther Infornmtlon apply to
SOL, SII.VEU, VassenRi-r AKcnt.
HAI.LIDAY IlKOS , )...,,,,,
J.M. PHILLIPS. MMUts.
Or to U.J (il(AMMi:H,
Superinlenilent anil finneral Freight Agent,
lu-3-'jo.fy. Evauaville Itidlitnu.
A BOOK FORJHE MILLION;
JMLSLX 315kEw W'fnri. or IkoM bom u
, . w I ntrrr. o oj pbrtioitc let,
li In A 1 mf tirlex us rtvttttioDi ti
WjW ut kiiu ntitm. wiitia
Unit Jlitoirtl.ito tbt wlasocl rtprtiscuoi, rrtnrflot
tb ecoijlitoD. . . ,
Tell li n loumilaf k if lo ktndrM tni iln,
ructa. Uh aumfrouc tOfrtTlacl. ti4 ODt&loi Vklukbl
lafensktlua far Ojom ho r marrltS r eoBUnpUU mtr.
rim: iuii II 1 toot tut euihl w 'Pi under lt
n I I not lrt etrtleuij tbout a touM.
It oootftlai tb irwrleDco aol ftdvtc ef rkrilelia
lKn rrpuuttoa U world wlit, h4 ibovU! b in tbt prl
tile drtr ol trtry nilo ool r.nill Ibromaoal Iko tBUrf
llobo. It eabrtcd trcrrtblac oa tb lubjccl or tbo iturr.
fttlro iritfn Ult ll north ssovlos U4 nuci Uftl u sot
pabU.fce4 la u; ottor wort.
Boot to an v oao (lrf or i.ucf ) for Titxj Centi.
I1lr.i llr. BotU' Otiptaiarr, h. II M, tl(tla llrw'
Bl. Lcutl, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted ind Unfortunite.
ftthn ai'plrioi to tbo notoriom quack who a4rrrtL la
rubllo ptfMr. or uilat aur quaek rrDi(4lci. tru. Ir.
lutta' work, do natlor weal jour &aui U or 6ow aaplor
ab'o roar laalltloo.
Pr. Dotu oosopioa a dnobla hoaao of lwnlj mt.o roorai
la ta.oral by aomo of tbo moat orlabrktod wrlieal preha.
ion of tbla 0010117 aad Kara aad roa bo coaaulxd P'r.
aootllr or b; mall, on Ua dlaaaaoo ncaltiaod la bli worla.
OSlfo and parlort. Ko. 11 Nona tlklll llroct, bttiaa
VatWi and Ctaul. St. Uil. Ma.
OP A VICTIM.
PublWu-il as a warnbiK ami lor the beiii-IU or
Young Men ami olliers who suffer Irom Nervous
Debility. Lost or Manhood, etc.. tilvlug Ills
Hilled of Self-cure. aHer umlergoiUB much iuf
ferlnamlcxpeiis. ami uialleil ttm on n-ct-lv
iiga pot'ihIUIn-cnHleiiveloi. AUaress N A
lilA.SIKi;MAYI''AIItll'. O.'ltox 1.V1. Ilrook
lyn. N. Y.
IWII.I. proccute to the utmost extent of the
hiw the person or persona who are usbiir my
Tnule Mark (Oourbruuil) -'lifli hatrl.ie" on
flour manufactured, by ttanmyaelf.
Carml, Illinois, Auyiist itlth, P7A
LYNCH & HOWLLT'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and !1,000 acres of
unimproved i amis In Alexander :oui.ty.
"Winter's lllock" and Winter's Hnvv,"
A Urge number ol desirable Residences,
and cxcollcnt vacant Lots, suitable for
budiicss hmi.es and resilience.".
House on Nineteenth street, lor i'M), with
privilege of lease.
Winter's lllock Suitable for Hotel, Ofll
ce s or Business room cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, S and !, In
Winter's How, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
N'o. Hi, (e-rner) 91-2 50 7 rooms.
Tnat di si able double Cottago on corner
ol Thl teonth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
ci.ue, between 'tenth and Eleventh strict.",
sultablo for Dwelling anil lluliicss.
Two houses on Commercial, ticlow Sixth
street, suitable for Business Houses aod
Two i mall Houses west of Twenty-second
street, near Pine, each per month.
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
Business house on Levee, near Eighth
street, lor SfJO per month.
FOB LEASE, OH SALE.
A number of Lots on Levee, nboro
Twelfth street, out'lde fire limits. Abo
a large number of other Lots In different
Land, in tracts to Mil', near Cairo.
I hereby notify all persons that I will
not be responsible for any debts my wife
may contract. Jou.v Horn.
Nculnic .MiirliliK". nt it Naerlllco
One WHEELEH & WILSON, latest
One silver-plated G HO VElt.t BAKEH.
The above Machines are as good as new,
nnd I will sell either at one-third their
due. Parties wishing a bargain will do
well to call and see them immediately.
fe'-2Mw Dan II.vnTJiA.v.
3yAII Ihego PllscncrBcer. Schoeii-
meyer has It.
To tho-e owln such taxes, notice Is
given that the sale ot real estate will
take place on thcoOtli lust, and for per
sonal taxes after tho 1st day of Septcin-
herjhat tho collector will proceed by dis
traint against all persons found In
arrears. This is absolute and applies to
all. Ai.i:x II. Iiivik,
Kxiimliintioii nt Tcuclicri.
There will be a public examination of
teachers held at the High School building
Iu Cairo, on Friday and Saturday, the
third and fourth of September.
Mil-,. P. A. Taylou,
S-21-td. County Suiierlntendeiit.
I'll.sr.NDIt-iit LimiIi Her.
In .Vi'iv Vorli.
Mr. Jacob Uurger is now in New Votk,
where he Intends purchailng one of the
largest stocks of dry goods that ever
came to this city.
PlI.SF.N'F.lt at Louis Herbert's.
W11111I mill Cunt .
Yo, 1 u-v eitrtV Ml ei-vitu olY lov
cash. IHjr Muddy eoal hy the ear oiu
per ton. All goods delivered.
C. Y. U'iikiim'.k & Co.
OincK axi Vakp. Tfiith street, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues. 8-10-1 111.
Tho linn of J. Hurler & Co., In order
to mnku 1 00111 lor their lariru and 1'nll
stock, which is soon to arrive, am selling
all brands of prints at 7 cent".
Ticket for tbo Grand Open-Air Con
cert to bo given by the Delta City Cornet
Hand, on the evening of August 25th,
can bo had of Paul G. Schuh, .1. Burger,
riill Saup, aud lluder Uros. Tickets,
only 25 centSj S-17-td
fiSTGo to Sehoenineyer's and try his
I'ihcuer llctr. S-15-lv
.1 l ine Iti-Hldenrc lor Null' or Kent.
Comer Ilolbrook avenue and Twenty
fourth btrect. Largo yard and garden, (8
lots); plcuty of Irult and -litubbery ; good
otablo and carriage- liou-e. Will cll on
vory cay terms. The hoiuc contain ten
rooms. .1. 11. l'linxips.
Obstacles to Marriage.
uppy relief for young men from tho ef
fect of Krrors ami Abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riago removed. New method of treat-
mint. New und remarkablo remedies.
Hooks and Circulars sent free, In sealed en
velonos. Address Howard Association.
410 X. Ninth St., l'lillaiielbla, l'a.-an hull
tutlon having a liltjh rcputaloii for Honorable-conduct
aud professional t-klll.
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Hour, acconiing m sw"
Corn, mixed, saekeil
$fi UH.YR fa)
Iirun, jier iou........
Meal, steain dr ed
Iluttir, cliolco Northern
Hotter, choice Southern 111
(II Wfl3 HO
LAKE FOREST ACADEMY.
A t'olleno PruimrHtory mill .H-biIumIc
Nvtiuul ritr MoyN hiiU Youiiir Mvn.
VulltHiulpiied with a corpa of U ejprlciica
icaaurri. V'otir male grediiates ef r.astern col
leges. Iloa!-d und Tuition, !) per aD.um.
r'allTerm begin Sept o. t'or caialogiie n4
AI.UKIIT It. 8AIIIN, A . M , IJ 'ort,IH,
Hcv. It, vv. I' ATI KlWo.V . I. ., I'reldet.
Hev. AKTIU'UMITCHKI.I., V. I'm.
IT,.. Il.T ll,lL'll...i
Apples, choice, per barrel
Apples, common, per bartel
Potatoes, per barrel
Onbiis, per barrel
Friday Evening, ugut 27th,
Will I. rtpn-W uniUr tt,r A,llpt(.Mor
The Clin kliog todlisi
Two flays, ,y ,omeor the vrry Host Horn,
cowl Prcnarntlnn rnm-MiMtri,.! r iw. .
with parm Moll selected nnd every arrancfiiinit
for a llrnt-clasi Performance, the VnocUtion
take nlc.ntin- In announcing in llm Puiiiii ..
on Friday Krenltiff, Atigul'.'7, will Infirm
ItnlittTion's Popular Society Comedy,
With the l ollowlnir TJraaatio Peraonre :
Hun. (Jin. If .Utny u t. t.,.,..
Cantidn llautree ZIT J; a1"
'I lie .Mniiiil.e ilc .St. Matir ""a - '
KsThcr Kccli-s mm
Pnllr Kccles -..MIm
Act 1. The Utile Home In -tanifiile.
Act llLodglng In Maj-fulr
ActIII. TIm'I.IiiIc House Ajraln.
Potpourio from "Martna" - - - Oroheitra
To Conclude with the llluhly Tragic Opera
Willi thi'fullonhis i:crticlalhix Characters:
Ariavinlmoiis, (Kiiiofl foiiU-Ilroiurul tin on
1 helmtl el '
I usliiu (IpI HIkIi .MlnlMcr or .-Stale Ilrotifrlit
upon brilliant .'XiertHtlonii)
tien. i ttoinbimte Kiinoo ( I lie Hero 11 regular
MID ..MIC,, .,,. .,..,, .,,.. .,,,..,,,..,.
HistamnatA belle r Hie kllclien-lhi- llerolnu
nmt raiiM- nl tmulik)
liulil'tick (Mil J or Dorimnf Ihc lloyul Unnn-.--
Aftlniilaut, Rubber, lriinmii.'rs, Ktc, Ktc
The play intro'lit-M anions other iiounlar airs.
'Up In a lUlui.u Hoys." "Wiirii the Rim
IIckiiii to Pluy." "I'll. Pun". PinT-'from U
(Irand Durliiv.) "Ten 1 liousanil JIllcs Away,"
Doors open at 7. Coniincncc at S.
!C3-lteeneil .-?cli cm be (llifalueil at the
MIRTH AND MELODY
ONE MORE GRAND
On Board the
I), Ci. Fnvrlcr
i:. It. 'IhoriKu
Cairo to Columbus and Beturn.
On Saturday, Aug. 28th, 1875,
I.caiingL.iinut7 o'clock p. m. promptly!
returning at li m, Aflunlliig the lovers nC
grumlanil Iteautinil scenery, an opportunity to
view It in its most lovelv irarb. Allowing the
young ami guy an opportunity to Indulge in the
nuzy ilunrc to their hearts' content to Henry
Hart's sweetest strains, guaranteeing to all n
Knie, round trip 91 j Children, 60 cenui sup
per Included. . I
. JQI'or tickets, apply to Col. Itcanlcn, II. A.
1 bunion und Sol. A. Silver
S-'-lt. C..J GKAMMEIl.Supt
Sale of G2ieio
'I In-unilerslgneil will sell
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
On Vlic premises, oil
Wednesday, August 25th, 1875
The following rent estate to-wit;
Lots N'o. IS anil 1(1 in block So. i city ot
Cairo, online, couth side of Kighth street between
Commercial und Wellington uvenucs.at piesvnt
occupied hy Lbus, Webber, and known as the
' Casino" saloon,
the one .half of lot 17 and all of lots 13, 19, VO and
il In block 21, being the resilience olChn.
Thrupp, K.s(,, situated rut the south-east corner
ofseventh street ami Washlngtoa aveuuu,
lots 7 and S in block '.'S, 1st addition to tho city
ofC'alro, at the corner of Twenty-ninth afreet
aud Commercial nV en lie; both above alpa water.
forty acres of tlmlfr land in Pulaski Co,, III.,
one mite north of Villa Ilidge and on the I C.
eighty acres o 1 land !i miles south-vv est ot Char
leston, .no,, in u spienui'i fanning couutry.
'I he aliove rironertv.at nre sent nwneif hr l-hus.
Thrupp, Kn. of Cairo, will be sold because Mr
TERMS One-half cash, Jwhincc one ami
lMo)eaiH, secureil by mortgaae Titles KrlKt.
Kor further information see posters, or ap
ply to U. Thrupp or to
JOHN Q. HAEMAN & CO
Hoal Estate Agents.
la Chancery Maiter'i EaU.
.State of Illinois, Alexander Counly
lu the Alexander County Circuit Court,
William M. Allierton aud John Utwiires t. John
Ilohlen and Mnwret Vllce I'arlitlou.
PUIII.lt' notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of a decree r-nilem1 intheabnvn
entitleil cause, in said court at the May term
lueieoi, .. ir. iou. i, jumi v, imriiuin. limner
lit dummy or nam county, win an inuruay
the'tdduy of .'rptember, A. D. 17, at the
hour of-o'clock p. m of Mid day, sell at pub
lic vendue, at the court house door In Iheciiy of
Cairo, In said county, tne following escrlHol
ant estate, lo.wll: The fOllth half of the nnrth.
east ipurternf section twenty-ieven (Z7), town
shlp lllleen (15), soulh runge, number two Ut
wesi oi tue mini principal iiicrinian in lue
county of Alexander and State of Illinois, to
gether with the tenements and hereditament'
thereunto belonging or inert to pirtainliig.
Terms of hale one-half rnnh in hauulhal.
unco lu ono ami two years, equal payments,
with six per cent. Interest per annum thereon,
ileferiel payments to bo secured by mortgigi
on Ihu proiierty sold.
lairo, Illinois, August xoin. is,.
.IOIIN Q. IIAIIMAN.
Master in Lliamery
l.lnegar A Iiusdeu, ComplalllauU'oIie'o'
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering Bpsoialtjr.
Slate Roofiing a Specially in
any part or Bour.nwn imnou.
Lightning Bodi, Fumpt, ItotrM