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ASCAI.ON I.OIXJK, NO. 61.
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1 iiiihiii ui j minn, liiixm viKtjf rii'
1 day night at hair-pnst seven, in Odd
0 Fellow' Itiill Jnii. It Uossman,
AIjEXAMDKU t.qtKJE, NO. K4.
.JftmWL Independent Order or (Md-Krl
.aLWIows, mists every 'llrarwtar night
PPJw at lulf-t seven. In their ball on
Commercial avenue, between sixth nnd Seventh
streets, T ' K'HTII, N. U.
CAIUO KNCAMPMKNT, l. O.O. '.. meets
In Odd-Fellows' Hull on the flrstand third
lunula) In every month, tit hair-sist seven.
' .Inn. II. UiiniiLV, u, r.
CAIUO I.OIXJK. .N0.837,A.K. A. .it.
Hold regular communications In Ma
XJT sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' and Klglith strtet, on the second and
"ourtb Mondavof each month.
The next term of tho I'arlih .School of
the Church nl tho lie lecroer will begin on
MONDAY, SKPIKMIlKlt Oth, and eon
tlmip In cs-lon mi teen wrck. I'titlcr the
tamo supervision anil control ns It was
last term, tho School wll! he coiuWct'ul III
a similar m.nncr. Attho hculnulnic ot the
term a civs will he formed tor the study
Appllctlnu for admission nnit he inndo
either to Mr. I. A. Taylor, or thn Hector.
The price of tuition will ho only el),'ht
UolUr 'or the term of sixteen week, PAY-
AllMC IN ADVANCE.
CiiAiti.iu A. OiuiKitr, Hector.
Plf.NK.IKKnt Louis Ilrrln rO.
Base Halls tir Every Description
I'HIIi II. SALT'S.
To tin- Clllien r t'ntrtt.
I would Inlorm ni) muiy friend?, that 1
am Mill In the auction Im-lness, and read)
to ntten'd to all sale that may ofler. My
long cxjicilencn In this bu-iiiess mcdi no
comment-1 Is no expi rlincnt on my pari,
and parties entrusting iiood to in) ciro
need no' be ufiaiu as I am no "iiill)" or
novice in th business.
Spiel 1 nttcnllun Klven to real ektote snd
imi-noor Mle, ns I h vo never missel mak
inj; a Nle. l II.ikTM.iX, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth ftreet and Comincrci.il Av.
t&'X Ilaitockenvtlope-i nt the ltri.
i.mi.V olllce. S3 23 per M.
A cottage, N. 'Ji Tenth street, between
Wa-hlogtoii and Wnlnut. Ap ly to ( has.
Three Istk" and very leuahlo family
room , ironting on the Ohio, at the St.
Chrle llot-l, can he had, with ho ird, at
very reason hie rate during tho Summer
months. Aliund.iueeo pure air and per
fect ventilation; 7-10-tr.
Un ant! Kc; "Irr.
landlords o houds and hoarding houses
will fimllt to their sdv atitage to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, l.aund e., No 1'J Fourth
street, hetwero Ws'hlngton and Commer
cial avenue. Hotel uud hojrdltiK-hotl-c
washing, "¢perdozen. Koi piecework
(inces are as follow. : Mnglc shirt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen 6"c; sock- &c; two col
lars, Be; two handkerchief, .V; vest itOoj
and all gentlemen's wear. M)c. per
dozen. Ladles' dre-'cn, 23 to oOc;
skirts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose Tic; two collars.'! to li'c. Kor la
dies' plain clothes ?1 00 per dozen; lor la
dies tine clothes, il " per dozen; dom
ilramptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
Un l LuiiU llerlu-rfu fur riIJ4r
Flrst-d.iss room mul lK;inl nl tho Ar
lington llouu', at 23 per tnontli.
Titos. II. V.u.11, l'roprletor.
'olicr (if llemosnl.
The well known barber shop, comer
Kighth and C. mmcrclal, presided ov:r by
'.ho popular artUt, George Steinhottse, has
rmoved one door north on Commercial, In
Jic Orand Central Hotel. Tho new shop Is
arge and commdlous, and thoe wishing
for anything artistic tn the way of fashion
ihlo hair cutting, smooth shave, etc.. will
Jo well to call at the Grand Central Harber
At tlieIk'i.i.KTiN hlmlery IS number,
bound In two volumes, lull llt luor
locco; coit ?l 1 ; for sale nt SIO.
jgyXX Wooiletock envelopes at the
Hi'u,KT!N olllee. ?: 00 per M.
It Is I'aelcsH
to attempt to clcano a stream whllu the
fountalu Is impure. Dyspepsia, complaint
of tho liver and kldnoys, eruption of the
skin, terolula. headaches, aud ll dlreascs
urMng irom liupure blood aro ut oueo re
moved by Dr. Walker's Ca'iforniii Vino
gar Bitters, tho great and infa llble purlller
ol the i lood. and renovator of tho system.
It has never been knowu to fail, provided
tho patient bad not delayed using it until
the vita uy ot his system was too far gone.
l or Mule.
A silver plated No. 0 WUkid Shuttle Sew.
log Machine, hard (piano) tluUh, valued ut
f 85. Will he n Mat $10 discount, ou good
terms, and ordered direetfrotu tho factory
A No. 0 Wilson Shuttlo Sewing Machine-
valued ut 875 Will bo sold at $13 discount
and ordered direct In m the laetory.
A Ucmlngton Scvvlig Muchlue-jf.10
oil' for cash. Suitable for tailor or hoot and
At a bargain, aud on good tortus, a Howe
Bowing Midline. May bo seen at the Com
pany's ottlco, corner Ninth atroet and Com
tncrclal, VOH SALK.
"Plctuwtque America" 48 num'jers
bound in 2 volumes, full gilt Morocco;
price, S 10.
A tlyle "E," "Clough, Warren & Co.'a"
Parlor Organ, right from the factory at D.
trolt- List price, f 300. Will he sold for
A sew two-horse Gamble wagon.
For any of the above articles, apply at
(b yUUlIIN Office. E. A. DURNBIT,
BATM or AD VI! it I'IMIBfU.
mm m m mm mum mtm mum m
CJ-A1I Mill for advertising, are due and v-
able IX AbVAKCE,
Transient advertising will be Inserted at ths
rate of II CO per square for the flrit Insertion
and &J cents for each subsequent one. A lllieral
discount will be mmle on standing; and display
Licsl notices, business or otherwise, will he
charged ten cents er line for the first and lire
cents for each additional Insertion, (counting
the Hue and upward) a discount will be made
nfler thlnt Insertion.
Church, .Society, Festival and Supper notices
Wilt only lie Inserted as advertisement.
I'or intertlng funeral notlrn l to. Notice of
mtlng of societies or secret onlers W cents for
No advertisement will he received at less than
SI'NDAY, AlWST 29, 187C.
Lnrnl Wthr Bcpari.
(,'aiho, la.., Augustus, .i7J.
Uar. I The. I Wihb. I Vai I Wkatheb
13 1 Fair.
1 S. V
THOMAS JONES, fccrgt. 8. 8., U. S. A.
Nun goods to-day at O.
Another gainu ol baje ball will be play
ed on tlto grounds at Thirty-fourth street
this afternoon at two o'clock.
kccni's In and about the jiollec courbj
weru very fjulet yesterday. Judge IJros&
leinfr absent, ami Judifo Hlrd doln"; no
thing. I'nlae A In nil.
Tho alarm of tiro last evenliiL' was
oecisloned by u iliimney In thi! city
jail burning out. It was iooii extin
Tlie Nrxt Tern,
The next term of tho I'ulaskl county
Circuit Court will commence at Mound
City on Monday, the fourth day of Octo
A new brick sidewalk Is now being put
down at the corner of Seventh street and
Washington avenue, around the south
anil east sides of BrownV Hotel.
party ot workmen were engaged
yesterday In tearing up the old and put
ting down a new and strong sidewalk in
front ot the Illinois Central panenger
One of the largest water-tanks on the
Htm of the Cairo A; Viiics-nnes railroad.
ibout a niihi and u half from Huni'ide,
was ib'strnyeil by lire on Friday morn
The Mound City Joonml says t "lion.
William Harwell, M. C, waa In Cairo,
Wwlnesd.iy. lie Intended to have vislteU
Mound City, but wits culled home sud
dcnly on accaiint of the seriotw lllnt'4 of
I tidge Ilro8 informs its that an order
was iiinde in the county court during the
last week, requiring all constables and
justices of the peare lit Alexander county,
to come forth and Hie new bonds, as the
old ones have been weighed and found
Tho Arab tiro company will celebrate
the anniversary of the organization of
the company, with a grand ball and sup-
cr at Scheel's hall, on the 3d ot Septem
ber. Kxtensivc preparations fortheeTent
arc being made, and a big time Is looked
Tho lecture to lie delivered by the
Uev. I. I'. Cooney at tho St. Patrick's
church to-morrow night, will, It Is said be
a very able address, and a large audience
Is expected to be present. The subject
of the lecture will bo "Gladstone and the
M up ton Trial.
The special term of the Johnson
county circuit court, for the purpose of
giving Gupton, who is now confined in
the county jail in (his city, charged with
the murder ot Anthony Eschbach, over
a year ago, will commence at Vlenua ou
to-morrow (Slontlay) morning.
Jttdgo Dross Ictt Friday night ou the
Illinois Central for a trip to we don't
The Bulletin otrlco received a call
yesterday from Mrs. Mary Piersou, of
Belmont, formerly connected with Cairo
journalism, and a graceful writer.
. II. Morris loft this city yesterday
afternoon on the Illinois Central for a
visit to his folks in Wisconsin. He will
be absent until about the middle of Sep
tember. A Call.
We aro informed that the members of
the Presbyterian church of this city, after
listening to several sermons delivered by
the Rev. B. Y. George, of St, Loulsi
who tilled their pulpit on several occa
sions during the past few weeks, were so
well pleased with the minister that they
have extended to him a call. r nether he
will accept their invitation has not yet
The Excursion I.nat NiKht.
The excursion on board the Idlewild
last night, from this city to Columbus,
was a vejy pleasant affair. A goodly
number of the young people, sprinkled
with a number of older and more sedate
'oiks, were In attendance, and all enjoyed
themselves. After the excursion
ists had partaken of a most excellent sup
per, the cabin was stripped of Its furni
ture, and a splendid string baud, headed
by Heury Hart, took their places and the
mazy dance began. This amusement was
kept up ttutll the boat landed at the
wharf, the party dispersed, each going to
his and her homo feeling more than sat
isfied with their Journey.
The regular scsMon ol the German
American School, Fourteenth afreet,
Prof, Appcl In charge, will commence
on the lut of September. Tuition fee 1
AaitlTcraarjr Ball susat Mapper.
The Arab Fire Company will, on Fri
day next, September 3d, celebrate their
sixteenth anniversary with a grand ball
and supper at Schcel's Hall. Tho com
mittee have made at I arrangements, and a
good time is looked for. Tickets ran be
obtained from any of the members, nt one
On Monday evening, August 30th, Itev.
P. P. Cooney, C. S. C, will deliver a lec
ture In St. Patrick' church. The suli
Ject of thn lecture will Iks "Gladstone nnd
tho Vnllcan Decree." All nrc Invited to
attend. Admission 23 cents.
Wo ore Informed that the National
Cemetery drive nt Mound City Is now
open to teams nnd vehicles, everything
being In proper order. The gates are
open every day from eight o'clock In the
morning until sundown. The superin
tendent, Mr, Harbison, has been spend
ing much labor on the cemetery this sea
son, and it now appears more attractive
than ever before.
The ClaclnniMl Exposition.
Those of our readers who propose to
visit Cincinnati during the coming In
dustrial Kxposltlon, will be glad to know
that this paper can be seen on flic at the
ofllceofK. N. FnKsiiMAN, Advertising
Agent, UK) West Fourth Street, where all
facilities will be exteuded them to read
their home news.
An exchange says : "Charley Tlirupp
sold Ills Cairo property ut public auction
last Wednesday. Ills residence at the
corner of Seventh street and Washing
ton avenue was bought by Isaac Waldcr
at $3,300. The Casino saloon building
on Eighth street wa bought by John
Gate at $2,073. The terms weru half
cah. This sale denotes that Cairo prop
erty is not tumbling badly; that people
have full confidence In it future.
Thrupp will rcinoc to Texas."
rr Ike Oatt-anlat.
Mr John Wolfe, a botanical professor
of Canton, Illinois, who Is under the em
ploy of the government, is registered at
the Grand Central. Professor Wolfe is
making Cairo his headquarters, while
paying flying visits to various parts of
Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee, in
search of the various kinds of timber aud
roots to be found In the different local
itles, of which he Is gathering specimens,
for the purpose of exhibiting them at the
Centennial in Philadelphia In 187C.
(loae for Smm Oaada.
A. Marx, the popular clothing dealer
on the levee, lias gone East to purchase
goods. He proposes laying in a larger
stock of fall and winter clothing (a full
line) than he has ever before brought to
this market. It is well-known to Calro-
ttua and tli country around, that his
atom has always lecn filled with the
most complete stock to be found In the
Wet. So look out for an Immense stock
of tine and fashionable goods at fabulous
ly low prices, and visit A. Mark.
There will be the usual services at
the church of the Redeemer to-day at 11
o'.dock a. m. and S o'clock p. in. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. ni. The subject ol
the Rev. Mr. Gilbert's sermon at the
evening service will be "A plain picture
of Cairo Life."
There will lie services at the Pres
byterian church tills morning aud even
ing, Dr. C. II. Footc, of St. Louis, oft!
elating. Sunday school at the usual
There will be the usual services nt
the Methodist church this morning and
evening. Rev. Mr. Waller, pastor. All
are cordially invited to attend. Sunday
school at 3 o'clock.
The Kxcnralon and Picnic To-Day,
Tills morning at half-past eight
o'clock, a special train on the Cairo &
Viucennes railroad will start from tills
city, with the Rough aud Ready tire
company and Delta City Brass and string
bauds, lor Tunnel Hill, where a grand
picnic and ball will be held. The fpot
selected by the company in which to hold
the picnic is mid to be one of the most
beautiful nnd romantic places lu this set
tion, and has been arranged in tine or
der, so that all who attend may feci as
surcd of a glorious time. A tlrst-class
string band will furnish music tor those
who may wish to while away tho hours
in tripping the light fantastic. Refresh'
uicnts, as well as sparkling and Ice cold
water in abundance will be at the com
uuind of everybody. ljt cvory ono go
and have a good time,
A large uud appreciative audience greet
ed the members of tho Cairo boating asso
ciation at tho Atheneumon Friday night.
The two plays "Caste" aud"Bombastes
Furioso" were exceedlugly well executed
considering the time in which they were
committed for the entertainment, and
drew forth rounds ot applause from the
audience, who seemed to be pleased be
yond their expectations with the acting of
the ladies and gentlemen. The laurels
it Is generally considered, were borne
away by Miss Annie Alvord, personating
her part from beginning to end with us
much reliance and sclt-posgession as an ex
perlenced actress. The balance ol the per
formers were all good, very good, thougti
they displayed, with the exception of
Mr. Morris, a good deal of nervousness
which to some extent kept them from
displaying the talent with which they are
One hundred thousand feet assorted
lumber, for sale at panio prices for cash
I for tho next 10 days at the Wall ft Ent
mill, J. S. McGaiibv.
A new Invoice of ladles' slippers nt O,
Haythtrn & Co's.
S Tkalalr aaat Maaaa city Baa.
The Mound City Journal, in speaking
of the road leading from Cairo to Mound
City says: "Thewutcr Is now off the
Cairo and Mound City wngon road, nnd
It is safe to calculate tliat It will not be
overflowed again tor six months, and it
may be free from such lutcrtuptton for a
much longer period. This being the
case, all interested hi securing a good
drive between tho two places should com
bine to put the road in proper order. But
little work is required, the road being in
good order, we believe, this side of Cache
bridge. The other side there is some
drift to remove nnd one or two ditches
to bridge. When the road Is in order,
much travel and trade will be attracted
to Cairo that has been unknown to that
locality for a lopg period."
Th Unaa'atafMi Baaelio, ANolar
We call particular attention to the ad
vertisement of the grand auction sale of
the Guadalupe raucho, in Sun Luis Obis
po and Santa Burbara counties, Califor
nia. The county boundary line about
equally divides the tract. The town of
Guadalupe, a thriving place, is located on
the Santa Uarbara side aud has Point Sal
for its harbor and lauding place. The
raucho is subdivided Into tracts of from
Ave to one hundred and titty acres each.
Many of these tracts contain lasting wa
ter ; and any of them will make nn Indus
trious farmer a comfortable home. In
the subdivision of this 10,000 acre tract
wo wish the California Immigrant Union
A (Scene at the Delruoalco.
An elderly lady, hailing from Massa
chusetts, calling herself Elizabeth Patch,
arrived at the Delinonico a few nights
ago, and after securing a room, retired
for the night. The next morning the
chambermaid went to tho room to make
the bed, as usual, but found the old lady
"Ilreakfast Is ready," said the chamber
maid, awaking Elizabeth.
"I don't care If It is ; I paid lor this
bed, aud am going to sleep as long as I
please. Voit get out and mind your busi
ness," replied Mrs. Patch.
The chambermaid retired.
About eleven o'clock Mrs. 1'. made her
appearance In the olllee, where the clerk
was seated, and exclaimed in angry
"Ain't you never a goln' to have any
"Breakfast is over," replied the clerk;
"dinner will be ready lu a few mlnuU-s."
"I don't care when dinner is ready.
I'm sick and must have, some breakfast."
"Very well, madam," replied the clerk,
"eit down a minute, and I'll have a cup
of tea and some toast for yon."
"Toast and tea! I don't want your toast
aud tea. My stomach's In bad order, and I
want something that will lay on my
stomach. I want some cake and pie
Where's my valise; I'll go to a restaurant
where 1 can get wiiat I ask for ; I never
did see such people an these hotel folks
They don't have pie and cake at res
taurants," said the clerk; "I'll get you
Just what you need If you will let me."
The old lady aat down and waited. In
a few moments the clerk uude his nn.
pearance and escorting her to the dluinjj
room, placed her at n table witli a cup of
steaming tea, a delicious piece of toast,
some blackberry-Jam, etc., and said :
There, Just eat that, and you will feel
nil right. All sick people are advWcd to
eat toast by the best physicians."
"How much Is that," inquired Eliza
"Fifty cents ? Do you think I can cat
fifth cents wortli ol that stufl ? Where's
my valise, I'll go to a restaurant."
Madam," said the clerk, "you'll find
a restaurant on the next corner. Here's
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the Post Office nt Cairo, Illinoia, Satur
day, August 28, 187C.
McKay Fannlo B.,
Sharp Ellen. U
Anderson G. P., 3 Barkcc Scott.,
Brlggs Geo. A.,
Boon E., 2
Davidson D. D.,
Henderson J. D. 2
Hc6tr Henry 2
Hunter, C. p.,
Joffrey Chan. W.
Green C. W.,
Griftln, D. II..
Ucmetnory, F. W.,
McCutclieon D. M., Miller Allen.
O'Donnel Philip, Ottetidln Geo.,
Patterson Jas. It
Pierce John W.
Somcrvlllo Y. M.
Summer J. L.,
Splller J. E.,
forthe abovo letters
will please say Advertised
W. McKkaio, P. M.
Kxatalaatloa ar Teachera.
There will be u public examination of
teachers held at the High School building
In Cairo, on Friday aud Saturday, the
third and fourth ot September.
Miw. P. A. Taylor,
8-21-td County Superintendent.
Prints reduced at O. Haythoru & Co's.
A chance for bargains.
SakY'Go to Schocnmeycr's and try his
Pllocner Beer. 81 Mw
Jim Flsk, Paducah.
Cherokee, New Orleans.
City of Chester, Memphis.
Tow-boatS. K. Hale, Ohio river.
Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" City of Chester, St. I.ouN.
" Cherokee, Cinrluuatl.
ItlVKR AND WKATIIKR.
The river last evening was 10 feet 5
2-0 Inches on the gauge, having fallen
17 2-S Inches during tho previous ai
The weather continues clear and
Business seems to be Improving a
Copt. 15. W. Dugnnls getting ovor
The Cherokee had a very lair trip for
Tho Eckcrt has not yet finished her
mud washing contract at the Mississippi
Central railroad. It is nn army contract.
The Idlewild' excursion last even
ing promised to be a grand success, judg
ing from the number ot tickets that were
The tow boat S. K. Hale brought a
barge of gravel from I'adueali, which Is
being ttnloaded.at the foot of Eighth
A Memphis exchange has the follow
ing: Mr. Jos. Mitchell, of Mitchell's
Point, in Dyer county, Tennessee, about
125 miles above here, writes us some in
teresting reminiscences concerning high
water. He is iiear eighty-live years of
age and lias lived on the banks of the
river since lie was ten years old. He is
quite tin active, vigorous man et, and
whatever he says possesses peculiar In
terest. In the course of his letter he
The first hlsh water I remember was
lu 1815, which was the highest I ever
knew. I had cone to New Orleans In a
tlatboataud witnessed the battlo of Jan
uary 8. A tier sellinjr my com to the
government we started back. The levee
was maue as laras walnut Hill mcKs-
burg). We saw no laud until wo came to
Strong's farm (Aelena). Wo had to
cook aim Heeii on unit, aexi was
Chlehasaw Bluff. We are out of provi
sions. Old Mr. lived opposite. He
would not sell to us, but we caught a
barrel of Hour in the drift
us we ciossexl, and sold him
some dried beef. It took forty-tlve
davs to make the trio. I then lived In
New Madrid. My father moved to that
tdacc in 1800. lu 1817 I went with a
friend with another cargo to New Or
leans, lie caugm me yeiiovv lever, uiiu
It took all our money to cure him. We
came to Point Coupee in a barge : the
yellow fever broke out on board nnd we
started home on foot. When we reached
Colbert Ferry, on Tennessee river, the
bank was full. We made a raft and
started. When we reached the Ohio
it was booming, and the Mississippi wits
still more so. Tins was in uei
ber, and the only high water I ever
saw In the Fall. The next high water
was in 1S2S. It began In January aud
continued until the latter part of July.
There were but few farms then on the
river. High water after that was always
In the Spring until 184-1, when it came in
July, when good crops had been made.
I had sixty acres of corn and u levee in
front ot my farm. The steamer James
niiu went up, ami the waves uroKe
ov Wy levee, but It did not hurt as bad
as this one. We then had some resources;
no w we have none. Steamboats then burnt
all the Wood vi anuUl uutou thi' tinnlc. t
have some thousands of acres ut lana im
the river. I could employ twenty hands
to cut wood. I have tenants on my place
who have lost their crops. They are
poor. What must they do? The boats
take coal Instead of wood, and the money
goes to Pittsburg, Grand Tower and the
Ohio, and your cltv don't get a cent. Not
only hundreds of tenants will suffer, but
small farmers also. If you can help us
to convince steamboat owners that it Is
to their advantage to help us. we will
be thankful. My Post Olllce Is Cotton
wood Point. Mo.
War DsrAnTMKXT.tRivKe Karoirr, )
Aug IN, ID7S. f
BTATIOMS. LOW WAT1K. ul""'
FT. IK. 7T, IX.
Cairo . io " -1 i
l'lttsbura- i 3 - 3
Cincinnati 11 4 6
Nashville 4 5 H
i at. Louts 11 n3
Pereon& having cUtcrnri needing pump
ing out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by calling on J. S. Hawkins, Cross street.
I liavu a man and pump employed all the
time for the purpose. 8-20-2W
Ten pound letter beads, large size, Car
lisle paper, rated two cents higher than
any other paper used in Cairo for print
ing letter heads -ordinary composition
only H 50 per thousand at tho BtaiuriN
Lonia Herbert ttaa FILWKNKH.
WDclleious Pilsencr Beer at Scliocu
30,000 envelopes, all grades and prices,
Just received at tho Bulletin iob office.
Hewing Naenlnea at a Nacrlflee
One WHEELER & WILSON, latest
One silver-plated G MOVE It &, BAKElt.
The above Machines are as good as new,
and I will sell cither at one-third their
value. Parties wishing a bargain will do
well to call and see them Immediately,
8-2 Hw Dan Hautman.
10 All the go PilsenerBeer. Schoen
meyer has It.
To those owing such taxes, notice Is
elven that the sale of real estate will
take place on the 30th Inst, and for per
sonal taxes after the 1st day of Septero
berjtliat the collector will proceed by dis
traint against all persons found In
arrears. This Is absolute and applies to
all, Alex H. Ikvi.v,
Mr XX Amber and White rag
envelopes at the BuLirns ohice, printed
S3 SO and 4 00 per M.
LYNCH ft HOWLXYf
Real Estate Column
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved l ands In Alexander :om ty.
"Winter's Block" and ' Winter's R iw."
A large number ot desirahte Residences,
and excellent vacant Lots, siilttihlo Tor
hu-iness hmi-e and restUancts.
House on Nineteenth street, tor 9ro, with
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, Offl.
res or Business room cheap.
Tenements numbered 4, 7, 8 and 0, In
Winter's Row, 5 rooms earb, for 10 per
No. 10, (crncr) ll 60-7 rooms.
Tnat desltable double Cottsgo on corner
of Thlitesntb and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Eleventh strtets,
suitable for Dwelling and Business.
Two houses on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable tor Business Houses and
Two mall Houses west of Twenty-second
street, neur Pine, t4 each per month.
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near Wal
nut, 0 rooms, for $12 per month.
Business house on Levee, near Eighth
street, for 420 per month.
FOR LEASE, Oft SALE.
A number of Lota on Levoe, above
Twelfth street, outside tire limits. Abo
a large number of other Lots In different
Lands, lu tracts to suit, near Cuiro.
DeMetoaaPlI.flENEP.-at Lanis Her.
PILSENER at Louis Herbei t'd.
Woad and Coal
Wood, $1 per cord 00 cento oil" for
cash. Big Muddy eonl by the car load $11
ler ton. All goods delivered.
O. W. WllKKI.KK it Co.
Omci: and Yahd. Tenth street, be
tween Comnierclal nnd Washington ave
A Vine Residence for Hale or Rent.
Corner Holbrook avenue and Twenty-
foutth street. Large yard and garden (8
tots) ; plenty of fruit and shrubbery ; good
table and carriage house. Vs 111 sell on
very ca,y terms. The house contain ten
rooms. ,1. U. PuiLUr.4.
Obstacles to Marriage.
, Happy re'lef for younK.men from the ef
fect of Kr-ors and Abuses tn early life.
Manhoid restored. Impediments to Mar
rlag removed. New method of treat'
m nt. New and remarkable remedies.
Iluok and Circulars sent free, in sealed en
velopes. Addre-s Howard Association.
41!t N. Nluth at., l'hllade'nla, I'a. -an lu-tl-tuiton
having a hli;h rcputalon f.r honor-
conduct and professional skill.
CAIRO WIHKET WHOLESALE.
Corrected Dally by K. M. Stearns, commission
merchant, Secretary of the Cairo Hoard ol
Flour, according to grade $0 OVv' OO
Com, mixed, sacked 7c
Corn, white, sacked
Oats, rulxed -
Bran, per ton
MeM, ateam dried -..
llutter. choice Northern ...
a a v
.. .. ito
I Huttrr, choice Southern III
V If--. .-..,..a.n
(Sickens, per viin. ........
Turkeys, per dozen
Apples, choice, per barrel.....
Apples, common, per barrel
fotatoes, per barrel
Onions, per barrel
- ,(&io no
........ t w
la Cnamcery Master's Bale.
Sute of Illinois, Alexander County
In the Alexander County ClrciUt Coutt,
William M. Atherton and John Hodge vs. John
Iloldrn and Margaret Wallace-Partition.
PUrtl.IC notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of decree rendered In the above
entitled cause, In said court at the .slay lerm
therein, A. I. !, I, JohnQ. Hamuin, master
I 1 . ...... -III ThMMital
HieZJnldsT of September, A. D. lCi, at the
hnnrnrit o'clock ii. m. ofsalil dsr. sell at nub
ile vendue, at the court house door In Ibe cliy of
Cairo, In said coumy, me lonowinK escriDeu
real estate, to-wit: The south half ol the north
east quarter of section twenty-seven (-?), town
ship flfteen (IS), south range, numlier two Vi)
west of the third principal meridian in the
county or Alexander aud (Hate of Illinois, to-
Rtther with the tenements and hereditaments
lertunto belonging or thereto appertaining.
Terms of Sale One-half cash in band -balance
in one and two years, equal payments,
with six percent, interest xr annum thereon,
deferred wyments to be eecuml by mortgage
on the property sold.
Cairo, Agj. gABMAJfi
Master in Cham-erv
Mncgar A Iinsiku, Comilatuants' eollcltors.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to Erarfe in 1 tm
Cairo A Vitxoaa
IaT Oalro, . -
4:00 a. m.
11:00 a. m.
Arrive at JSvanariue,
Passengers for Kvansvllle leaving tairo
Calrts si Vlneeimea ItallroaH si a in. ,
make close conneciious ai vanui,
v.'-viiu .i ii mi.wIi me same morning.
7oZ uovum fcettI,f."B!b!Sub&.!in.r,.0.u,vr
JAB. MALI.OKV, , uen.rassengcr.igi.
Passenger Agent, Cairo.
TR hereby given that default having been ruade
r... .nn than slxtv davs lu the oavmeill of
a portion of Ihe amount secured to be twld by a
certain mortgage executed by Jamea ST. Utterly
to William C. Wetmore ana Frelerlck Town
end. administrators. Ac. ofKllhu Townscnd,
deceased, dated .Iuly4th, 18SI aud recorded In
the recorttrr'a offlce lu anil for Alexander coun
ty, In the Bute or Illinois, in uooa i. on twin
37, c. , and in the o nice ol the register of needs
lu the city of Cairo, in said county and Htate In
took K of deeds, on page 636, Ac. We, the un-
dsrslgned.sald mortgagees, will on saiuruay
at 10 o'clock lu the forenoon of that day, umler
and by virtue of the power of aale contained lu
aatd mortgage, sell, at publlo auci Ion. te the
highest bidTer, lor cash, at the olllce biiiMta' of
toe truatees onne Uiiro wiy 7I"L "hTuili
ner of Wasiilngtqn avenue and B"tbteen hstrixj ,
In said city ortairo, in anunun r,i"f.zz.;
8Ut of Illinois,., ill Uv.rlght,
smruirisnAncM iu hiuit iuj
i. i inonj una couaiuon ui tvi"TB,.
WIILsIAM v nbiiiivniiij
MdToTotrnurorre.l 13 (thirteen) and M four
teen 1 1 In Mock numUred (tweuty-alne) In
mm 1.1 Id rev aval aw. ivvfriv. UI uia sa a--i
smiii rii v in
EvnvlH, Cairo ant. Mm.
Steam Packet Co.,
and U way lanoUngaT
The unrivalled side-wheel steamer
VtlU leave Kranavlllle for Cairo every MONDAY
. ammtUKSUA Y at 4 o'clock p. m.
. ."i Vf O' TUK9DA V mul jritfOAY.at
6 o'clock n m.
The tlrgmnt side-wheel steamer
Will leave Kvansvllle for Cairo every TUKS.
IlAY and Kill HAY at 1 o'clock
'VJI.'.WS L'f!.ro 'very WIJ ON K "AY anil S AT
ni o u'ciock Ji. m.
The elcRaut ante-wheel atesmer
- - Uerk.
KT.anVi,!ffor palro every WKDNE8
DAY anil SATUtl.VDY at 5 1. ni
l,eavci Cairo every lllUUhlUY an t SUNDAY
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
wllh flrst-class steamers for bt. Lonls, Mem
phis ami .New Orleans, and at Kvansvllle with
lbeK.AC.lt.lt for all Imlnla VnMI. n.l P.. I
and with the Louisville Mail steamers for all
nolnls on Hie t'mier Ihln. alt in Himii.Ii m
oclpts on fri'tehM uud as;eijirira to all iiolnti
r or iurinr ininnnatiun nmily to
SOI.. SILVKIt, Passenger Agent.
IIAt.UDAYIlItOS., I .,,.,
I. M. l'llll.l.tl's, 'Mlfints.
Ortu 11 .1 citAXturn
SiiUcrJntcii'lcnt ami Uvuuntl freight Acrnt.
l.i-a.'.u-ly. Kvansvllle Indiana.
A PLEASANT HOME
The resilience ami irruirnils in .Tonesboro, Ills.,
formerly known as tho
.Situated three blocks from and facing the I'nb
!tc'iiare, four blocks rrtmi Hie depot of the
CslruAM. l-ouls railroad, aud about one mile
from the depot of the I (J It. It. at Anna, The
house Is a aubatuutuil, fcoixl styled frame, and
In excellent repair j has seven rooms Inrire hall,
portico, porch, cellar, and front anil side en
trances A iomhI cistern, well barn and wood
hou conveniently located. About a
Tbreo and One-Half Acres ot Ex
One-third In shrubbery, fruit, and ornamental
trees, berries, Ac, and the remainder now In
Srass and cloverWell adapted to kitchen gar
enlnjr or berry culture,
d he owner resided el-ewherc and will sett
at low Hirures.
Inquire on iiremises or address
X-lr A J. I'tl'KlN, Jonesboro, lit.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
BoofinKand Ont.tnrins a Rpooialty.
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Boda, Pumps, Stovos
Jobbing Promptly Done.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard and son,)
FLOOBINO, Smmo, LATH, &o
Mill aad Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Ihe People's Bemedy.
The Universal Pain Ext aotor.
Koto: Aak for PoasT'e Extract.
Take no other.
'llesr. fur I will sneak of excellent things.'
Injuries to Man or llcaots,
I...II. Lr i . ...
Ntraln. Mnrains, Contu
Fracturea, tuts, Lacera
ted nrlncJs,l tVulluds.
H welliasr, Hnrns, bcalds,
BltMMllaar I.UMaTs, or
inr Gums or Teeth.
Vasaltlng of Bluutl and
Pllea -Sleeding files,
Wind files, (lnutllllU.)
nlgia, Bwelled Vaee.
tic Swell Inn or Hnrencsa.
slliMmeaa or Soreness.
Lumbago. Lame Hark.
ore Tkroat or Quinsy.
Mara or Intlamed Eyta or
Hare Mlpsilea, Intlamed
talnrnl or too 1'roAise
MUk I.eaT, Ovarian Uls-
ease and Tumors
OraveJ and Birawrury.
I'ausSluaT aud Excoria
tions Ol JJIUMltS US
Varicose ValM, Kn-
rieers. Old aoree, Inter-
i nat uicarauoaa,
akd atolls, Carbuacrse, Tu-
I nun. Hnl U I.. ...
lt'kaBssara,Uarne,s or 8ad-
Ik'elass orWhlilow, t'rost-
Maaejisila Biles, InKct
OIIDgs, vnaipni (lauus.
POlfai'B EXTBACT is forsalaby all rirat
Claaa HrssaKUIa, aiid rscoiumr.ided bj
aU Drug tsu. WTalelans, and
drrea on application . If not feaud at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO,
Hw Yark aas)