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ASCAl.O.N l.OllOK, NO. 61.
tT..Iltla mCI'vIM-. .......I-
day night at half-past so ten, in Odd-
renews' nun .i.io.ii. ii(isij.
AIXXANDEK l-OUOK, NO.WI.
rjMNeV lndcK-nilent Order of dd-rcl-
8HlP at hal"f-iait xcytn. Iti tin lr hall on j
uminirrcmi iiMiiu. , '""7'x;-,
Uru-tl. I J , KmTil, N, u.
riAlllO KNCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. K., mw-l-I
Jir.ii.hl.Killow' Hull onllio flrnland tlilnl
1'umiI) In f very month, ,.,jHlj',"lyvn'.
m Allll t.OIWiK. NO. EST. A. K. A A. M
?4 llnltl t-pimlnr rmnniunlcntlonft In Ma
"jCJCorilc Hull, oirnrr UimiMrclid avenue
' 'mid Kuthtli atrii'l, on lln; wonu aim
'uurlti Monday of inch month.
Tim next term of the Pariah .School of
the Cbureli n( the He tccincr will bclti on
MONDAY, sr.lMKMItKIt uth, and enn
Untie in xcidon iiMcen weeks. I'ndcr the
amo rmperviidon nnd control a It wn
laU tnrm, the School will lie cowl'lctcd In
a plmtlar mmncr. Attho bcglntiltit; ol the
term a cl- will he formed lor the Hudy
Arpllctlon for adml'tlon mint he made
idthcr to Mm. I. A. Taylor, or the Itcotor.
Tho price of tuition will lie only clht
dollar 'or tho tenn of sixteen wet-1., pay-
ABLK IN AtlVANCK.
ClMRLP.8 A. OlUiKliT, Hector.
v ii.mr.Kr.it m i.ohu iii rin rri.
fitp Hull o'Kvrry Iricrlilliiii
PHIL II. SALT'S.
To lhe OIUniH of I'nlru.
1 would Inform my mitiy friend', that 1
nm "till In the auction, htl-lne", and ready
to attend to all mien that may offer. My
long cxpcrlcnco lo thl lmlnci need no
comment ill nu experiment on my part,
and part lev cntruitlns k'oodn li in care
need not bo afraid, a I am no mml!." or
novice In tli'j hiiMiiC'C.
SpecUl ntlcntlon (,'lvcu to real cttatc nd
out-iioor hale, as I havo never rolled mak
ing a ml?. ! H uitmaS, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth Hrcct mid Commercial A v.
82rX lla -Ux.dccnvcloiK.'S at the Hit.
i.i:u. olllci', i'.l 25 per M.
A cottage, No. Hi Tenth ftrcet, between
Washington and Walnut. Apply to C'has.
I. ne. fc-7-tr
Three large and very de-irahlc family
room, fronting on the Ohio, at tho .St.
Chtrlci Hotel, can he had, with bond, at
very reaoiulle rate during tho .Summer
month. Abundance or pure air and per
fect ventilation. 7-10-lf.
Clo aui! fics "Ifr.
Landlords ol hotels and boarding liou-cs
wllllindltto their sdvantagc to call upon
Mm. Coleman, Laundre-, No 12 Kourili
street, betweeo Washington and Commer
cial avenues Hotel and ho,irdlnghouc
wahltiir,"5eenipcrdozen. Koi piecework
price are as follow.: Singlo Ulrt and col
ar, 10c; per doicu Wc; r.ock tic; two col
lars, 6c; two handkerchief, &c; vcts HOc;
and all yer.tleraeu's wear, eOc. per
dozen. Ladle-,' drcet, to 60c;
skirt 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose be; two collars & to 10c. for la
dlei' plain clothes SI W per dfzen; for la
dles tine clothes, 81 25 per dozen; done
dmnptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
(in to l.ouN llerliert'N tor
First-class room mid board at the Ar
lington Iloti'o, at 2.5 per month.
Tito. II. Ki.lh, Proprietor.
Notice or lli'iiiovul.
The well known harbor hop, comer
Kiithth and Cummcrcial, prc-ldcd ovjr by
the popular artUt. George Steinhouse, has
removed one dnor north on Commercial, iu
.he Grand Central Hotel. The new shop l
,arge and comm idlnus and those wishing
lor anything artltlc in the way of fnhlon
aide hair cutting, smooth Miarc, etc.. will
Jo well to call at the Grand Central Ilarbcr
At tlicItlii.i.r.TiN bindery 13 nutiiber-f,
bound In two volume?, full gill nior
rocco; cot $11; for Mle at $ 10. .
fSfXK Woodstock eiiveloin-? nt Hip
Iti'LLKTiN ofllce. g:i 00 per M.
II la I'HClvaw
to nttcmpt to cleanse a titrcain whlln the.
fountain Ik Impure. Pynpeiwla, complulnt
of the liver and kidney, eruption of tho
skin, scrofula, kcjdachri, and all dlscie
Arising from iiopuro blood are ut oncn re
moved by Or, Walker'n Cndfornin Vine
gar ISittern, the great and lnf.i llblo purifier
of the blood, and renovator of the byMem,
It has nover been known to fall, provided
the patient had not delayed using It until
tho vlta'ity of hU aystciu was too fur gone.
A silver plated No. 0 Wilton Shuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) llnlili, valued at
8.1. Will be suldut 20 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory,
A No. 0 Wllsen Shuttle Sewing Machine
valued ut fc75. Will be sold at $15 discount
and ordered direct Irrm thcluctorr.
A $00 llemlugton Sewing Machlne-STO
off for cash. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good torm, a Howo
aewing Macmne. May be soon at the Conv
pauy'a ofllco, corner Ninth street and Com
"i'lcturusquo America" 48 numbeib
oonnu m S volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
A ttylt E," 'clougb, Warren Jk t'o.V
rarior urgan, right from tho factory at De
iron, wsi price, WOO. Will bo nold for
A new two-homo Gamble wagon,
jror any oi wo aouve aruciei, apply at
thO IfULLITIN OtUCe. a, A. UVRMITT,
H.1TM or AnVKRriNIJfU.
Ejr'AII hills for Hdvcrtlilns, am tine and )y
Tninnlent adverllsliiK will be inserted ntthn
rate of II 10 icriUaru for the first luwrtlon
and jOirnls for each siiliniient one. A lllwral
ilUcoittit will be mmlo on Mumllnif nnditiiilay
Irnl notlri'., lunlnc" nr ollurwl"e, will I
rhargeil ten icnH per line fur the flrM nnd ne
rents for turh iiiMlllonnl lnertlon, (eounllnK
fltelluesHndupiranllia dUcniuit vtbl In-made
after third liinrtlon.
Chtueh, Sorlely, KeitUal and .Supper nollen
will only be lni rtrd m aihertlsemenH.
Kor Inoertlinr Kuneral nollco l D. Nollcrof
meeting of societies or wnft onlert 'O cenls for
So a'hcrllk'ment will Ix-reccUisI it le) than
SATLTDAY, At 'GUST 2, 1875.
I.ikhI Wrnther Krport.
CaMio, Ill.,AiikU.27, .73,
llAtl. Till. I WlNll
Vlf.. I WKATHtll
2 p Ml,
THOMAS .JONKS, SerKf. S. f., U. f. A.
Ncvood fo-lay nt O.
lr on 1 line.
The excursion to iilfrlit on the Idlcwild
will leave promptlv nt 7 o'cloek. Don't
Ret left. '
The police courts were lilcscd with
their ntuil ntnount of quietude yeiter
It will be hcii that tlie Huu.kti.v of
this inoriiiii H datcl for Sunday inMcad
of .Saturday. The error wn not discov
ered until the out.Ide was worked ofl
too late In nellly It.
W me told that the Cetitmli.i and I'a-
ducali hae hall clubs have made a match.
Tho jraine will he played in thN city, one
week from to-day, lor a purse of three,
Tickets for tho excursion on the Idlc
wild to-nl'ht can ho procured by calling
on .MeH. Hannon, Ileanleii or Silver.
Kveryhody should ko, as a "lorioti? time
The excursion to-nlht, on hoard the
fleet and elegant ntcamer Idlowlld, will
bo ono ol" tho pleas:intet events of the
ea"on, and none who would spend a few
hotir i rt.;i enjoyment should fail to at
tend. Hip run e ml of Mr. Wild.
The last solemn rite weru paid to the
remains of the late Mr. J. 11. Wild yes
terday morning. A large number of
friend followed the cornso to Villa
Itldge, whero It wu Imrleil.
The alarm of lire on Thursday night was
occasioned by tho burning of the small
cooper shop opposite the gas works, on
Washington avenue. The building was
n.-ed by Mr. I'arks as a place for storing
barrels. Tho loss was light.
On Monday evening, August 30th, Ilev.
P. P. Cooncy. O. S. C, will deliver a lec
ture in St. Patrick's church. Tho 6ut-
ject of the lecture will be "Gladstone and
the Vatican Decree." All arc invited to
The boat now being constructed on
Hallldayit Phillips wharf-boat, for the
Cairo Hoatiuir Association, is a lx-oarcd
shell Instead of four-oared, as otated by
u lately, i lie ooai is rapuny approacii
ing completion, and Is a model of beauty.
A part of the Mississippi editorial ex
cursion, which pa-ed through this city
ome two weeks ago for a trip to the
North, parsed through agtlu yesterday
inorulng on their return trip home.
inong tho party yesterday was Mr. T.
11. Whipple, editor ol the Jackson Pilot
and S. T. Webber, of Canton.
Tbc r.xcnnslon To-ultchf .
Ihe excursion on tho eteamerldlewild,
which takes place this evening, will lie
ono ol the most pleasant all'air.s ot the
season. Already a largo number of tick
ets havo been sold by Messrs. Hearden,
Hannon and Silver, the gentlemen who
havo the matter In hand.
A.M. K. IlciilcTo.ln).
The congregation and frietids ot tho A.
M. K. Church, will to-day give a picnic
near I'nltv. Tho grounds havo been ar
ranged nicely, and every thing that will
adtl to tho pleasure kof thu participants
has heen provided. Addresses will he
given by a number ol our prominent col
J. Inn anil Tnr
Health Olllcer Brown has been devot
ing his attention to , the upper end of
town for tho past two or three days, and
throwing lime mid tar about thu neigh
borhoods of Twenty-seventh and Thirty
fottrtli streets very liberally. He sayshc
will have completed his task ot disin
fecting I ho city iu a few days.
Tho monarch of this establishment,
who has been visiting Benton, the scat of
the Franklin county war, returned on
Thursday night to Cairo with as much
hair on his head us hu took away with
him. Ho has become Kii-klnxy, howev
er, and shows a disposition to roam
about, and left yesterday afternoon lor
Tbo Cincinnati Exposition,
Those of our readers, who propose to
visit Cincinnati during the coming In
dustrial Expobltlon, will bo glad to know
that this paper can bo seen on Hie at tho
ofllccofK. X. Freshman, Advertising
Agent, 100 West Fourth Street, wlicro all
lucllltlea will be extended them to read
tliclr homo news.
Mr K. It. Ntrnrna Clttrntr HI Fir.
from NnmrrotiH t'rlrnda-A Fleamisnt
On Wednesday evening, Aug. 2.jth,tho
residence ol Mr. K. M. Steams was the
scene of qulto. a pleasant Jollification. It
being that gentleman's lliliclh birthday,
his glide wife took occasion to Invite In a
few frietids nnd nelghliors. This being '
considered a good year for rentennlals
and Mr. Stearns' early days having lieen
passed In the immediate virlulty of Con
cord, Lexington and Bunker Hill, they
concluded that nothing short ol a full
centennial would sulllec, so they pro
ceeded to oelebmte In t'ue form. Mr. S.
was presented with a splendid edition of
Shakespearu In thieo volumes, and all
went merry as a marriage bell. The fol
lowing letters nnd telegrams were ie
eelved throughout the day nnd evening:
C'ot.t:.Miif.s, O., Aug. 22, 1S75.
K. M. Mtcarns, Esq , Cairo, 111.
Dkau Sin It Is with no small degree
of pleasure that 1 "rise up" on this oc
casion to acknowledge the distinguished
honor conferred on me by tho receipt of
your very kind Invitation to bo present
at the celebration of your centennial
birthday. Thu occasion Is one, my dear
sir, that calls forcibly to my mind Inci
dents of our enrly nsoclntion when,
school boys together with William Shake
speare and others, we JplayedJ upon the
vlllagegreeti one hundred years ngo.
Wldle I hose recollections nre to me
very pleasant, there mingles with them
a degree of sadness when I reflect upon
tho early detnic of our mutual Irlend
William, cut down hi the prime of life,
and even then not entirely unknown to
tame. What might he not have ac
complished had he been permitted to
reach the age you and I have attained?
"May he rest In peace." As a more forci
ble reminder of those early associations
and of my kind esteem, I beg you to ac
cept the enclosed copy of his complete
works, and also my regrets that the
active duties of the campaign prevent me
from being present with you on the oc
casion; but rest assured that nothing
shall prevent me from being with you
when ngaln the Interesting occurrence
Again thanking you for tho honor con
ferred, and wishing you many return?,
I am, dear sir, your obedient and faithful
servant, William Allk.v.
Balmoiial, Aug. 25, 187,').
K M Strums, Ksj., Cairo, III., P. S. A.
I would like to bo present, but the
newspapers do make such a fuss.
Lon; BiiANcn, Aug. 23, 1875.
I). M. Stearns, Cairo, 111.
May your second term be prosjierous
and happy. Don'tatlempta third unless
your friends are all dead. U. S. G.
Potsijam, August 23, 1875.
K M. Miami, Cairo, Illinois, U. . A.:
How are you, old centurion; I drinks
hundred glasses beer to your very good
health, and your family. May you live
long and prosper. Wiliielm I.
Vatican, Aiijr. 23, 1S75.
CM. bltarns, Cairo, 111., U.S.A.
Glad to hear thai you still keep your
head nbovo water. Mac ays you are
looking hearty. BawUciU, jxtx tohUcum
and everything nice from your old chum,
Pius No.no. Not any I thank yon.
Maiden's Best, Ave. 23. 1&75.
H. M Mcurns, Cairo, Ills,;
Sorry I can't bo paesent, but hojie to
dance at your next centennial. Our old
playmate, Christopher Columbus is
dead went on a bust in Genoa with
Mark Twain. Susan B.
Tho excursion on Sunday to Tunnel
Hill, under tho auspices of the Bough and
Beady Fire company and ' Delta Cor
net" and String Bands, will positively
leave at S o'clock, a. m. To tho wish
ing to spend the day In one of the most
picturesque places in Southern Illinois,
we say go. The committee have perfected
all necessary arrangements, and will do all
iu their power to make the excursion en
joyable to those who will lie present.
Mr. Chris Orth is confined to his bed
with nu attack of intermittent fever.
Aldennnn Thomas W. Halllday re
turned home yesterday from Springfield.
Kx-Sherlir.Iaek Hodges was in the
city yesterday, .lack is merchandizing
at Goose Island, and Is quite successful
Mr. Frank L. Galigher returned yes
terday from n flying trip to Vlucennes.
He reports tho Wabash Valley as looking
decidedly gloomy, and the crop pros
pects very discouraging.
Matters In nnd around the court
house are quiet.
Circuit Court opens the first week
iu September. There is, we understand,
quite a largo docket, both of criminal nnd
Lynch & Howley, Ileal Estate agents,
at the Court House, nre qulto busy , and
judging from appearances they are doing
a " smashing " business,
Circuit clerk Yocuui Is still "under
tho weather," his trip to Dixon Springs
not having proved as advantageous to
him as ho expected.
Tho Cairo Box and Basket factory is
working full time, and is turning out
daily largo quantities of box material,
lumber, etc., which Hud ready sale.
The new stave and barrel factory of
Messrs. Halllday Brothers,ln the Elevator
building, Is In operation, although they
have not yet got things In successful
The old walnut taw-mill bun been en
tirely demolished, and the machinery has
been removed to a boat which will be used
as a saw and grist mill, In thu Arkansas
Mr. Honry Klchhofl'has commenced
repairing tho mill building, which was
formerly used by Wall & Eut, and will
soon be ready to commence thu manufac
ture of corn-meal.
The flouring mills of Messrs. Halll
day Brothers mid Clin. Galigher, and
tho Corn Meal mills of VMS'. Green &
Wood and A. Macklo & Co., are alt very
buiy, and arc turning out dally many
barrch of Hour nnd mcnl,
It Is said that the Improvements now
being made'ln SI. Mary's Park are for
the purpose of holding n horse fair on the
grounds sometime during October. I lorsc
fairs nro becoming popular hi every city
ornny note In tho United States, and we
see no reason why Cairo should not In
troduce this greatest of all sports to her
tieotile. There an: tnauv ecntlcnicii In
l ( . 9. r-s
our elty who are ardent admirers of the
horse, and would willingly lend their
support to any movement that will give
usafiiir of this kind. There is not tho
slightest doubt that the enterprise would
lie "largely patronl7ed, provided llbernl
tiromlnms Wert! Ollered the hnrseinrii
of Tennessee, Missouri, and our own
State, and tho undeilaklng could not fall
to be a success.
Steamer dim Flk, Patluwih.
" C. B. Churrh, Cincinnati.
" City ot Helena, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" .Ino. A. Scudder, St. Liul,
Tow-boat Greyhound, South.
" Smoky City, Island 10.
" K.M. Norton, St. l.oul.
Steamer ,11m Flsk, Pndueah.
" Utah, St. Louis.
C. B. Church, New Orleans.
" dno A. Scudder, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
' City ot Helena, Vlcksburg,
Towdioat Greyhound, Ohio river.
" K. M. Norton, Wheeling.
" Smoky City, Maud 10.
IlIVKU ASP WKATlIKIi.
The river last evening was 17 feet 10
t-5 inches on the guage, having fallen 18
inches during the; previous 21 hour.
Six feet water Is reported to St. Louis,
the worst place being Horsetail. When
the river falls a little more this place and
Devil's Island will cut out and Improve,
but at the present stage the government
dykes built at these places arc too low to
bo of service.
Tho weather continues clear and
The Utah had 330 tons lor M. Louis.
The K. M. Norton had 3 barges con
taining 15,000 tons lien ore for Wheeling.
The O. II. Church added about 130
tons here, and flic Scudder will also
We learn that Win. Shoemaker, the
mate of the Blue Lodge, who was taken
to the Hospital sick with fever, died yes
The Smoky City ran upon the head
of the bar jiht above Island No. 10, at 3
o'clock Thursday morning, while going
along under a lull head of steam, totally
wrecking live boats anil 12 barges of coal.
The boats and barges are piled out on
the bar, and the river is falling so fast
tiioy will all be dry In a day or so more.
The coal belong,! to jfjddlc, Coleman A;
CO. of I'itlsburg and was not Insnn d
The Smoky City procured several Il"ht-
crs uere and started back to unload nil
she could, winch slw will tow to Mem
phi... Her fuel bow and one coal boat
escaped destruction, ml by a mere
IVaii Du-AiirMiNr Htvti' IlKrom,
STAT10XS. LOW WATtn. -UAM.l..
IT. IS. IT j IN.
Cairo , IT U 1 ti
Htli-biirj.' .' 8 4
L'lnciniiHti II III ;,
Umlsville a 7 1
Nin-hvlllf l to
St. Ixjuia II a 3
rersons having cisterns needing pmni)
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by culling on.!. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I have n man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. 8-20-2 w
Ten pound letter head, large size, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper u-ed iu Cairo for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only $4 50 per thoui.mil at the 1Jiu.i:tin
I.onlw Herbert lint I'lLSiEXKK.
SfDellclous I'llsener Ueer nt Schoen
fiO.OOO envelopes, all grades and prices,
Jut received nt the IIui.lf.tin iob olllce.
A new invoice of ladies' sl!pier.s at O.
Uaythorn & Co's.
Ilxatiilnnlloii or Teiiclicm.
There will be u public oxatnliintlou of
teachers held nt tho HIkIi School buildliijr
in Cairo, on lrldny nml Saturtlaj", the
third and fourth ot September.
Mns. I. A. Tayi.oii,
S-'Jl-td County SiiperlnteiuleiiU
Ono hundred thousand fect assorted
lumber, for salo at panic prices for cash
for tho next 10 days nt tho Wall & Knt
mill. .I.S. McO.vnr.Y.
Prints reduced at O. lluytliorn it Co's.
A ehaneo for bargain.
$SfC,o to Sehoeniiiejer's and try Ills
Pllscner Beer. S-15-lw
l'AINT AND OII.N.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Will Paper, Window Glaus, Win
Sow Sbadei, fto.
Always on liund, the celebrated Uluwiuatlntf
Ooraw BUvwtb Street and Waablsv
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Several good Kiirms and U,O0O acres of
unimproved landi In Alexander :utii ty.
"Winter's Block" and ' Winter's It w."
A targe number of dcslrnblo Itesldcnces,
and excellent vacant l.ot, Mtltnhtc for
Im ti.RM hiiU'C and residences.
Hoiuc on Nineteenth street, lor ,V), wllh
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel Oil!
res or lijtlness rooms cheap.
Tenements numbered I, 7, S nnd i, in
Winter's Bow, 5 rnon each, for h0 per
No. Id, (crnor) 9i 30 7 looms.
Tnat d-sl nblc double Cott igo on coi ner
ol Tht tcmith and Washington,
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Klcventh strict",
tillable for Dweliln.' and litilnc.
Two hou-cs on Commerctnl, below Sixth
street, suitable for Hulne Houses and
Two .mall lloues west of Twenty-second
rtrcct, near Pine, it each per month.
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 room, for 1'2 per month.
Business hou8 on I.cvce, near Kluhlh
treet, for &2n per month.
Foil LCASji:, OH SAI.L'.
A number of l.ot on I.cvce, abnre
Twelfth "Irect, ouMilc lire limit-. Al-o
a largo number of oilier l.nt In illilerchi
L,lid, In tr.K t to Miif, near Cairo.
Sirlii( Mnrliliit'i ill it Nnerlllei
One WHKKI.Ki: it WILSON, latent
Onesilver-plated(il!OVKl iV IIAKKI!.
The above Machines are a jjood as new,
and I will sell either nl one-third their
value. Parlies wishing n bargain will do
well to call and see them Immediately.
VP-M-lw D.W H.MITJU.V.
37 A II the go riUenerltcer. Schoeu
meyer has IU
To those owing such taxes, notice Is
given that the sale of real estate will
take place on tin; :!0tli Init, and I'or per
sonal taxes after the 1st day of Septetn
berjthat tho collector will proceed by dis
traint against all persons found In
arrenr. This is absolute and appllrs to
all. Ai.ux H. Invi.v,
bcrlN. I'll.SKXr.K-nt l.mils llci.
ril.SKXKU at Louis Herbert's
Wfiotl mill 'iinl
Wood, SI per eord 00 cent- olf lor
oash. llig Muddy coal by the car load 1
per ton. All goods delivered.
C. W. WiiKi:i.i:n A; Co.
Ori icu ami Vaiiii. Tenth street, be.
tween Commercial and Washington ave
S&fXX Amber mid White rag stock
ciivcloposuttlieHci.uni.v olllce, printed,
00 and $1 00 jier M.
A I'lne lltxlileiite Tor Nnli or llenl.
Corner Holbrook aventto and Twenty-
foutth ttrett. Uit'iju yaril ami garden (S
lot); plenty of Irult and shrt.bbery ; tro'id
'table and carriage houic. S I'.l i-cll on
very ca.y terms. The hou-u contain ten
room. ,1. H. 1'lllL.Ml'S.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for young men from tho cf
fect of L'rrors and Abu-es In early life,
Manhood rctored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. Now method of treat'
m ut. New and rcmarkablo remedies,
Hooks and Circuit, sent free, In scaled en
velopes. Addrcs Howard Asoc'atlon,
419 N. -Ninth St., l'hlhilclhla, l'a. -an In ti
Union having a biidi rcputa'.on fr honor
able conduct and profos.onul skill.
Correclcil Dally hyll. I Stmrns, coinnila.ilnn
iiicrcliant, fcecrctnry of the Cairo Hoard ol
Flour, according to trraile frt OV-iS no
Corn, mixed, Mcknl c
Corn, w hite, sacked s-'c
llaU, mixl ., i.'ic
Ilran, lr ton lrt.io
Mini, Hleaiu tlritil 1 3 C
nutter, choice .Northern -1c
Hotter, choice Southern HI 3-c
K4. nerilozeii UKr
thickein, iwrdozen 1 ftVta to
Turkeys, er dozen STijllO W)
AiinleH. iluilre. nerliarrel - M
Apples, common, per barrel 81 M
1'otatiKvi, per liariel 91 "0
Onions, iier hurrel t-1 '
In Chancery Matter's Sale.
state of Illinois, Alexander County J-es,
In the Alexander County Circuit Cowl,
William M. Atherlou nml John lloilirc v?. John
Ilolilen ami .MaiKiin t Wallinn-I'illlllloli.
1JUHI.IC notice Is hereby plven h-it In pur
Mianccofn decree reinteml In lhe above
eulllleil caue, lu:ilil cimit at the .May term
thcrcol, A. I'. !, '', I , .1111111 v . liuilliau, nm. n-i
In chancery of ald county, will on ThurMlay
the ilrd day or (epteinlier, A. I. tp, at the
hour of - o'cloek i. in. of wild day, tvll at pub
lic vciutuc, lit inccouii nouv nnor in mutnj
Cairo, In bald county, tno lollovrlnc iicacrflail
...Oil... tii.vvlt - 'lhe foulll half ol lh llorlll'
cm! iiuirtcrofeectlon twentyeevcii lii), town
.hip lllleen (l.'i). noiitli nniKc. nuinUr two (-)
west of the third principal meridian in the
county or AleMiniiirauii niaieoi iiuuoit, u
gelher with the tciu'imnta and hcieilltaineiits
Ihireunto belonKlm; or tlieicto iippertalnlnt.'. ,
Tetins of Mile tlni-halt ca-h in hand bal
ance iu ono and tu'J years, eiiual ,.iy mints,
with ixiier cent. InUrei-t er annuiii thereon
ileferriil payments to bo nccitivd by morlrl.'c
on the properly M,
Cairo. .ll..ois,Au,,!i.m i,..ViiMAN(
.Muster in Clmncerv
I.lnck'ar A Irfinwlcn, C.muilalii.iuta' solicitors.
LAGER BE EH!
'I ha iimleiairutil lint the pleasure of aimouuo
iiiK In the citizens of Cairo ami thu ruri'ounttinp
country that he has cetablliliiil a
for Hie, Mlc of Jo'Cpll Si'liuiililer'b eelebmted
ST, LOUIS LAGER BEER,
nnd on nhortcst uotico beer will be dellvued
coldaudady for tail.
TONY NiKUKUW IKSKIt, Aevnt-
Uepot under rinutcn' Hoiuc,
MIRTH AND MELODY
ONE MORE GRAND
On Board the
-. r ins icr
h. It. Thomas ,'
II r! I......
Cairo to ColumbitB and Return.
On Saturday, Auk. 28th. 1B75.
J.envhiKCiilrontT o'clock p in. MomMIri
Klurnlnif nt W in Atl,.i,lliiK , 'loveri "f.J
7 i i. 1 '" '" T no o iimniinlty to
Jlin Itln ltsmoit Imdy curb. Allowing the
.oliiur and riij- an opiiortuiilly to lnlulr iii the
iiuiryilnni'u to their lirarts' content to Henry
in"".VHKwKM;i,?l,,S K"1"" '"' -l.i'r1"ciii'h"l',l,rl1''1'
t,,1,,m,'M "enl up-C7-r'or
tlc'keu, apply loCol Itennlcn, II, A,
Illinium nml f yl. V. aflxer
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawnootown, Evans
and all way landings.
'Ilie iinrlvnttnl I.U-liwI Mim-r
I U Fovi.r.u .,
I : i . II. Thomas....
III liiivr IhanMllllcfurCnlniLViry MOSHATi
umlTlK'ltMltAY ut I o'clock p. in.
I.MIVW Calm nery 'I L'KSII.VV nnd Kill DAY, at
1 he eh'nnt lilt-w Iim I ktininer
WALTtll II, rr.NSI.MUON M.,
Will Iitivi-Uvaimllle for Cairo every TCKS
HAY and Kill I 'AY nt I o'clock p. in.
Will Ii-.im-Cairo every WKDNKSUA Ynnd SAT
UltHAYat o'clock i. m.
The cloitont suto-wliecl utenmcr
Jniis- (lore Miisti r
.Mat. Willi.dm Clerk.
Ix-.ivch Kvansvillc for Cairo every WKDXKS-
1, ( V w la'trt, . tie ... K .. ...
.caves Cairo every J ill'll. Y nml SUNDAY
i.acn uoai iiuike close coiineciiinn ut i niro
will, llrit-elasi tteamera fur St. I.onln, Slem
VliU unit New Orleans, ami ut Kv-annvlUe with
the '.. fi C. It. It fur all point North anil Kait,
nn.l wltk ,. I .ml., lit.. l..tl '....1l
...... ...... ,. ,v aM.in. in.; ..lllll Ol-Uliiei HH Mil
IHiiiu.i on ine upiwr unio, Kivinc iiirnuKiire-
eelltlH nil 1 rt ItrlifM 1, ml ii,i....,ii,..im ,,. .11 lu.lnt.
. . l!J ... .
tor inruirr inioriiiAiinn apply 10
."01.. hlLVKIt, Vas.-eiiKer Ajrcnt.
IIAI.I.IDAY11IIOS , ( .,,
I. ,M. l'HII.I.II'S, 'MKinta.
Or to (i .) flltAMMKII,
:iiK'rintenilent ami Gcneml Freight Ap'iit,
A PLEASANT HOME
1 lie resilience and erouniU In Jonnboro, Hid.,
formerly known nu the
Situaleil thru- Mocks from nnd fm-lnjr the I'uli
llc -quail', four blocks from the ilepot ol" the
Cairo A hi Louis railroad, and about one mile
Iroui thu depot of the I C It. II. atAnna. The
hoiiM'iin Kiilistuntlnl, plod giyieit I'mme, and
inuviillent ripair ; h.n seven rooiiii.lari.'e hull,
portico, porrli, cellar, anil front anil Hide, en
tr.uieei! A iroml rirtern. well turn and wood
house conveniently located. Aliout j
i Tarco ana Ono-lIalC Acres of Ex-
Onc-thinl In thruliherv. fiult. nntl iirnmiipninV
lives, berries, Ac, and the lemaimler now in
Brasi ami cloverwell ailapteil to kitchen gar
dening or berry rnliurv.
S3 lhe owner rcililes cl-vwhcrc nnd will cll
at low ilmm.
Inquhcon preml-emr addreM
A.J. PIPKIN, JoncsWo, 111.
i rntmilplo IMclorlnl lllalory of tbe
I'liiU'w." "Tho brut. rlirnM-l, nml
iiionI HiirrrNNrul I'mullj- rnper
111 tllll tJlllUH '
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STRATT0N & BIRD,
AOENT3 AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio LTe.
R. w. MIXXEm,
And dealer In
PLOUB, MBALRAIN HAY,
MomoLM-ri:. ' AlllO, ILI.ISOH.
AMD DKALin LI
LIME, CEMEHT, PLASTXB,
Vadr City NavtloatJ Baak.
T WIM. irll In car-load lotr at bum factnre r
,iii:en, atiuinic r irurni.
JOHN 3. PHIXXIS
(Siifceiioni to John B. rtillUM
And Dralera In
HAY, COHN, OATS, FLOUH,
MEAT., BBAK, U.
Agnti for LAFLIN RAJTD F0WSSK CO
ICoraar Tenth Straat avad Oklo
7.. D. Mnthuta. K C
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAT AND
64 OIxlo Xiovee,
No foOlilo Levee,
K. J. Ajrrs. S. D. AyrtB.
AYRES k CO.,
L. D. THOMS,
And dtaltr In
STAPLE AND FAROT
Foreign and Domeetlo Fruita and Nute
114 COMMEBCIAl AVXNUE.
DfAHT. r.VHKEH, H. II. CVKNmenAK.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(Successors to Miller A Parker,)
And Dealers In
WHEAT, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY,
I t'AIKO, ILLINOIS.
CJ"HVliave lascd thu Ijirgc Yellow Ware
houav. Dtornce canacltv 3.oui Ions, whlrh rivmm
UH uiuple futilities for storina; anil abliplujrr
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very 01m.
Corner lOta It. 4Bd OoaiMeralal At
0. O. PATHS 4k CO.
XWILI, nroKcute to tbe aUaettaxttelofliae
law lhe Lwraon or yeraoiia wkaaw oflu mr
Traile SUrk-fflour brisvl)-'1 li-V' M
dour maoufactuwd by
Carrol. Illlooli, AUfUlt IMi, 171,