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A1CALOS I.Om;K, No. M.
Knight of Pythias, meet f Trry Frl
1st iiiKht t half-pant Mven, inudil-
O ALEXANDER T.ODUE, NO. tH.
lndei-ndeiit Order i.l Odd-Fcl-low,
inwtfl rai7 Thurailay nia-ht
at half-imit Mvrn, In tlit-ir hall on
.'i.inmercial avenue, between (sixth and fleeetitli
T.-i-t f;nt i.M, N U
'"VVIIlo t.NCAMI'MHNT, I. O. O. r., meets
Vm Udd-Kellow' Hall on Hi llnitan.l tliinl
I uelny in every month, at hlf-t aeven
JRO II liOIKMAH, 01
A CAIItOt.OIMlK. N'0.287,A.r. A A. M.
.vi Hul l titular cuintiiiinlcaUn in Ma
7 aonic. Hall, corner Commercial avenue
ant Kit'litli ilwl, on the aecond anil
'tilth Monilav of earn month.
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alc.x.inder county land, Cairo lot?,
excliniijJ lor hit. Louis property.
Tim mhUIi liall of the "I'ilut" linusc lit
L'otLiRo on Sixth Mnct near Wash
t'ottiiopon Eiliili ircct near Wnl
I) welling, ''oriiiT I veiny loiirlli and
1 1 id brook avenue.
l irt noor or iirx k nwciiini coi ner
.Ninctouith ud I'oplar street.
Cottage on Fourth Mnit, between
Jommercial and Washington avenue.
('ottayp on Ninth Street, wct of Wal
nut id feet.
Cottage on Fourteenth strict, west
dl' Washington avenue, j 1 1
Saloon and fixture-, soiitlive-t corn
'.r Eighteenth ftreet and t oinuien ial
iveutie, at a liarahi.
Cottage on Twelfth etni-t, west ol
Joinini rcial avenue, $10.
1 writing house on 'ross. street, wes
ol Washington avenue.
Itu-iness house on Ievee etn-et, aliuve
A good cotUgc on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store rofim on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel, 10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
street, C. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, In -tween
Twenty-second and Twcnty-tlcrd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'nplar trectn, $12 i).
Store room adjoining above, J.
House on Commercial avenue, near
l'jth fctrt-ct. Suitahlo for lus:lnes and
Tenement numbered S and 'J,
Winter" Kow, 5 rooms each lor $10
kt uionth. Will lc put in flrst-cla-n
dwelling house on Sixth street ami
Jefferson avenue $lo.
Orphan Asylum building untl prcmi
es. Kent low, to a good teinnt.
Store room, corner Twcutieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Uooms In various purU ol the city.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
I .finds, In tracts to suit, li'-ur Cairo.
4ulnK l Kniiana r Uolornilu
Take Ihe At bison, Toju ka and Santa
Fe railroad, the new and popular line
Iron) Atchison ami Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to 1'iieblo,
Colorado Spring, I cnvcr, Cannon City,
Cijeharus, I .-l Norte, Santa Fe ami all
point In Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. SMi'ial round trip !h) day tick
els to lciier on sale May l.ltli. at $M,
taking in the famous watering places on
the ). i. It. G. road. Low migrant
rates to tin- San Juan mines.
l'iilliiiau pal;u c sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the Kocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
mad at Kansas city and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time table
and the "San .luan guide," ndddreso,
T. J. Andi.uskn,
G n. l'ass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
A Sa. I l.numlry .
It i now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be.
tween Washington and Corrmiwrcial avej
nues, has one of the In-st cotuliicted laun
dry establishment In the ::ity, and land
lords of hotel and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. ller prices are aa follows: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices arc as
follows: Single fdiirt and collar, 15c ; per
dozen, 80e ; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two liaudkei chiefs, 5e ; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, M)c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresseg with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dress;es, $ I 25c ; ladies' undcrware, line
and eoarbe, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
So lit Out.
I have this day sold my livery stable,
horses, buggies, etc., to Louis Thorns
who will take possession to-morrow, and
continue the business as usual at the old
tanu 1 will be ut the stable for a few
days to oversee the business and get the
new owner'broke Into the harness, and
settle all claims. A. J. Caki.k,
July 0, 170.
A UrMiid hueeesa.
The Charter Oak Stove in our kitchen
is a grand success, the best stove- we have
ever used, and we cheerfully recommend
it with a clear conscience, knowing we do
our Iriends and neighbors a lavor who are
looking for a tint-class stove. 7--wlt.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenue, Is ojien to
the public. The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquor, and the tlnest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf A. Kkavm, l'roprietor
All arsons having bills against the
HilMTiilan Fire Co. relating to the 4th ol
July celebration, will please present them
to A. Susanka for settlement liuui6di
Fifty cents, t Winter's Gallery,
W are nutliorlnnl to announce .TOIIS II.
IiiiIINmiN anacandiila'efor hheriB of Alrx-
aii'lcr county, at the comlnn county election.
We are autlinrizcMt tonnnounre that tl. A. K1-
iniinilon Ik an inilenf nilent Iti-niililii-an ranili-
iliileltirhheiia", at the enmiliitf tuiintv elei-tion.
We are anthori toannotmce t'KTF.H Al'l',
for an Inih-peudenl raiiUidnte l..r Sheriff or Al
uMiHlrt I'onnl) , at the cuMiinK rouut; eleetinn.
KATF..H OF ADTKR1IKIXU.
If All billa for almtiinK, are due and .y
allle IN ADVAHCB
1'ranaie.nt advertiiui( will lie inserted at th
rate of 11 l tier atiuare for the II ret inwrtn.n
and 50 n-nts for esrh iiuhiieiiiieut one A lilmrnt
dlwennt will tte luude on atandiuK ami dixpl
For inserting Funeral notiee l CO Notice ol
niMrtinu of XM-ietie or secn-t orders Vi wtit for
Church, Society , Festival and Sujjier noti
will only lie inMrttd u alTertiwmenU
No advertiiwnieiit will t reoeiTel at le llian j
&o rtit, and no auverlUeincnt will be incrtel
for less than three dollar er ni"
Local Bualneas Moticea, of
ten lines or more, Inaerted
In the Bulletin aa follows :
Commenoe Counting- at ten Lines.
One insertion per line S Cents
Two insertions per line 7 Cents
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per 11ns 16 Cents
Two weeks per line 26 Cents
One month per line .36 Cents
No Seduction will be mads in above
SATL KliAV, JL'LY
Itee.1 Htalbfr Keport.
tio. III., July '
Wiwn. l Vkl.
T a in.
: ir-l I
vi in; i
J A MRU WAIMpS,
Sergeant, Kiual Service, 1'. .". A.
v asi r.v.
good wah woiuau can tinJ cm-
jdoyiueiitby applying at Bi 1 1 tuxollke
Must Is.- a good washer.
l aiii.k: cai hi' .
Fatties having cattle to Iced can pur-
eha-c the N t ot distillery slop at the
airo distillery, at live cent jxt barrel
fi-JMw H. S in i.iz, Pni)'r.
lejoM-on it k.n i .
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Helta House, Cairo. G-2-tf.
J. t.KOIU.K hTf lMIOL'tSi:
on Kigiith street, two uoors iroiu Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
la.shionable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything eb-e lu the barber line. La
dies' anil childrens' hair cut or dressed,
uitliwr nt tho utinp or their llOIUts.
iredlif ller's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Kgg Beater, sweet cream, custard.
w bin and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater Ol 171. and the 'm ii thr worhl.
For sale by I 'has. W. Henderson, general
dealer in stove, tin ainl hollow ware
I 'onuuerclal avenue, corner of 'lwellth
treet, Cairo, Illinois. l'--27-lni
i.ktii:k anu hxmnc.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 'JO, below Six.th
street, may be lound a lull assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boot and
shoes. He also keep on hand a good a
ortment of boots, shoes, etc., of hi
own make, uoots ana snoes maac to
order of llrst-elas material and satisfac
tion guaranteed. i'.-21-tf
"Keep your vest on," and call at Louis
Blattau's, on Eight street, No. 2:1. It
matters not how hot you are. a class of
Louis' ice cold lag'T, will immediately
cool von oil : and his "rand v hot
lunch in the morning at !, and cold lunch
at ! p.m., is really too good lo give
awav. et, i.ouis invites las inemi ana
the public generally to conic, eat, drink
and Ik; merry. Don't lorget the place.
Butchers' and Drovers' Exchange, No.
2:1 Eighth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenue C-30-St
Dr. Smith has removed his otllee to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Entrance
on Seveuth ssreet.
Thirty thousand Just received Jat the
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
paper at the Bi 1.1. niv office. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Having purchased the Cairo City Bind
ery from Mr. IIucl, 1 have sold an inter'
est in it to Ambrose Pyatt, a young man
who Is a skillful book-binder and in
every way worthy ol tue public conn-
deuce. He will hereatter have charge of
the bindery and its business, and 1 be
speak for him a liberal share of the pat
ronage of Cairo. John. 11. Oukrlv.
July 1st, 1S70.
IMvaolitttun of C'u-Partnership,
Caiko, 111., June "JO, ls7(i.
Tho linn of Lynch & Howley, real es
tate agents is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, M. J. How ley retiring. Tho
business of tho late firm will bo continu
ed by Jacob G. Lynch, who will pay all
debts of tho late tirtu aud who Is author
ized to collect all outstanding debts.
Jacob G. Lvxcu,
Michael J. IIowlkv.
In retiring from tho Arm of Lynch &
Howley, I would respectfully solicit for
Mr. Lynch a continuance of the patron
age so generously bestowed on the late
firm. Mk'Uael J. Howlky,
la ih Cliy.
Sargent ,lnme! Jones, with it equ.i
nl four men, of the Flrt Vnited State.i
Infantry, paed through this city yester
day. They were, on their return to New
Orleans, from which eltt they took ft
party of prisoner to Fort Leavenworth.
They registered at the St. Charles.
He sure and attenel the moonlight
(ilr l n W lawnin.
The Tllden and Hendricks lui nas
l( n organized, find it Is a big and rnthu
siastle lKdy. Now, the next thing to
lie had, Is a wigwam. Let us have one
by all means. A suitable budding can
be constructed at a moderate cost.
The Fnc-t ami Mie furnrei.
F.very one of the more than 2.),iriv
Charter Oak stoves now in the hands of
as many housekeepers, have proved emi
nently practicable, easily kept in order
doing all kinds of cooking quickly,
cleanly and with great economy ol fuel
and labor. ()-
A (ale (lob.
It has been suggested, and the sugges
tion meets with much favor, that the
young men i this eily organize a glee
club to sing lor Tllden and Hendricks
during the presidential campaign.
There is a vast amount of inusleal talent
among the young men, and all that is
needed, is for goaie one to take hold and
start tin- ball rolling.
St. Charles C. 11. Allen, I'aducaii;
Mrs. K. I). Hall ami mother, ikalono,
Miss.; L. B. Church, Arkansas;.!. W.
Adams, Indianapolis ; Mrs. Hulen, Ten
nessee ; H. G. Winslow, Cincinnati:
James Burrows, Mississippi; A. C. Win-
burn. Chicago ; K. II. J'oynter, Cincin
nati. Hoy Lost liiiormation Wantl.
Patrick Lucas, a boy ot about twelve
years of age. w ho has lived in the family
I of William C. Mulkey, Esq., for several
years, mysteriously disappeared on last
Sunday. He is an orphan boy, ol good
habits and was perlectly contented in his
adopted home. He was last seen about
2 o'clock p. ni last Sunday, on Thirty
lourth street, swimming with some other
boys. Since then nothing has been
heard of him, and Mr. Mulkey and his
family are in great distress about him.
Any person who has seen or heard of the
boy will confer a favor upon Mr. Mulkey
by tiotilyiug him ot the fact.
"Lives there a man with soul so
dead, who never to himself hath said.'i
111 get me girl and go to the moonlight
TUe KsrnrMon To-SIgh-
This evening the tamed Idlcwlld, the
pride of the western waters, will, for the
accomodation and pleasure of our itc
ple, make a moonlight excursion trip to
Columbus. The old Silver Comet band,
of thin city, will n.vonn.iiriy the party.
as well as a llrst-class string band from
Evansville. lanelng. refreshments and
music will be the principal features of
the occasion, and a truley enjoyable time
is guaranteed to all who attend. Cap
tain Ben Howard command the Idle-
wild, and F.d. Thomas, the pink of polite
ness and atlability, presides in the ottice.
The fare for the trip, including n f;c.sh-
ruents, i one dollar. Ticket can be had
by application to Sol. Silver, Jim Biggs
or on boar! the steamer. The Idlewild
whl start at half-atter six, sharp, and
return at twelve o'clock, m.
There ! fun ahead
who participates in the
e take pleasure in calling the ntten-
tio.i of our readers to the adverlisuient
of the Cincinnati Weslevan college for
young women. It Is a Christian school
ol the highest standard of excellence.
Its president, Dr. Moore, 1 unite proud
that one of the Wcslyan graduates is the
wife ol Gov. Hayes, and i hopeful that
another will beguile the bachelor Gov.
Tllden into matrimony.
Judge llrona Krrunes Ju?Kiu-nl lor
liailrwnii lutereai intra.
In the matter ot the application ot A.
II. Irvin, Collector, etc., for judgment
fur delinquent taxes against lands and
lot. Judge Bross rendered a decision
yesterday morning. The Judge, In his
decision, sustained the objections liled by
a large number of tax-payers against all
ol the railroad interest tax rendering
judgment for only the State, County,
City aud School taxes (against which no
objections were liled). The effect of this
decision will be of great benefit to our
tax-payers, lor the present at least, pre
venting a sale for the railroad interest tax
aud enabling persons to pay the remain.
ing taxes without leaving a cloud upon
the title to their property in the thape of
a forfeiture or sale. People should now
pay the taxes tor which judgment has
been rendered before the 17tli lust., the
da'e lixcd for the bale of delinquent real
estate. Our city and county authorities
ure needing money badly to defray their
ordinary expenditures, and will be greatly
relieved through the effect of this de
Tlie follow ing Is a hit of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post ollico at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, July 8:
Ladies. Armstrong, Kate; Appltniau,
Kate; Caveuder, Mollie; Dyer, Pauicha;
Goodman, Mary; Kusscll, Jennie; Tay
lor, M. L.: Thompson, Anna.
Geuts. Aberuathy, A.; Booth, J. II.;
Cratou, Frank; Cradic, Israel; Clayboru,
Jas.; Culp, Wui.; Clark, W.; Dil-
htrd.T.; Hull'ner, K, J.; Miue, J. C;
Henry, F. P.; Jones, Jas.; Kane,
John; Met 'amnion, C. S,; Markle, J;
Niles, X.s Newton, 8. D.; O'Dell. P.;
Parker, Geo-2; Pruess, J.; Pitts, J.;
Frinc. wls; Smith, II. 1?.; Walker,
A.; Wheeler, J.; Wright, M. C; Ward,
S. B.; Young, J. C.
Persons desiring any of the above let
ters should please say "Advertised."
Geo. YY, McKeaic, P, M.
Viimt Hns ll itie rtl Ibelf Ist .ntrt
Init. At a meeting of the members of
Tllden and Hendricks Sweeper", the
lowing officers were ehoien :
Committee on Ways and Means, I). T.
Linccar, Judge Green, Jacob G. Lynch
and II. V. Livingston, with Judge Mui
key as chairman ; president ol the organ
ization. Thomas Wilson ; Louis Herbert,
treasurer; W. W. William, secretary;
captain of company A.. Jesse Mcllaflie;
first lieutenant. Miles W. Parker; second
lieutenant, Lem. Malbourne.
There arc already enrolled in the
Sweepers two hundred and thirty-four
At the conclusion of the election of
officers, addresses were delivered by
Judge Mulkey and Judge Green, and the
beautilul silk Hag, which was borne
through the Seymour and Blair cam
paign by the Democracy ol this city, was
presented to the club by Judge Green,
with an appropriate speech.
A PARDON ASKED
Uvernor Bvrlilgr relltiuned to
Pardon Hrt. Mr. nliiwrll.
1 he motion lor a new trial 111 the case
ol the ltev. Mr. Caldwell, convicted of
perjury, and sentenced to one year's ini
prisonment In the penitentiary, having
been overruled by .Fudge Baker on Thurs
day, his many friends here, both black
and white, have determined to make a
last effort to save him, by petitioning
Governor Beveridje to grant him a par
On Thursday niirht a iclitiou was
drawn up by Hon. John -M. Landen
aud copies were pit into tie hands of
a number of gentlemen, colored and
white, yesterday morning, who circu
lated them. At noon not less than seven
hundred names had been e irolled, and
the papers were put into tke hands o
John 11. Oberly, who left wiCi them for
Snrini'tield last night to lay them
before His Excellency, the ;overnor.
There arc very tew people in this city
who do not firmly believe thai Mr. Cald
well is wholly innoeent ol the crime for
which lie Is couvlcUd. The Itllowing is
the petition, and a very few ol the names
of the leading mm of the city who
signed it :
To His Excellency , llieliim-ruoruf Hit state o
The undcrsignet!, jour jctitioncrs,
would resiHiCtlully show that it the May
term of the Alexander county circuit
court, lwbert Caldvcll was ecnvicteu ol
the crime of perjury, and sentenced to the
IcnitcnUary of tho Hate lor tli' period of
They would furiler show, that the
said Uobert Caldwdl is a cobred man,
and that he has resiled with lis family
in the city of Cairo, iu sail county,
about four years ; ;hat during that time
he has been the pa.'tor ot the t'rst Baptist
church, (colored) o.' Cairo, Illiuois, and
was such at thu time of his trial and
conviction; that awing his resi
dence in Cairo, he made an
extensive acquaintance among both
white aud colored peopb in Cairo, aud
that until this offense was eiarged against
him, in January last, he his born an ex
cellent character for truth veracity and
Integrity of conduct; that as a citizen
and as a minister of the colored Baptist
church, Ins conduct has beet ut all uuies,
they verily believe, upiigh: and exem
plary; that for a number 01 years previ
ous to Ids removal to airo, tie resided at
Bussellville, in the State ii Kentucky,
where persons, now resident in Cairo,
knew him, and who bear testimony to
his good conduct while he icsided there.
'lhey would further shov that while
tLey here expressly disclaiu casting any
rellections upon the witnesses upon whose
testimony he was convicted yet the said
witnesses, upon the trial ol the ease, ac
knowledged that they had been, but a
few months before the indiitnient of the
said Caldwell, dismissed Iron the church
of which the said Caldwel was pastor.
and that most of them acknowledged lo
their having and entertainiig unfriendly
feelings toward him, the sau Caiuwcil.
Your petitioners would further show
that the said Caldwell is now. as they are
informed and believe, fifty-five ear of
age, and that this is thelirst ofteace ever
charged against him, aud that a very
larffc number ot vour petitioners, ac.
attainted with the case, sincerely believe
that the said Caldwell is wholly innocent
of the chanre. or offense, ot which he
has heen convicted.
Your Detitioners. belleviig Hint Ihe
said Caldwell truly deserve the cxt
cie of that clemency w hich the law lias
wisely vetted in your exeeleney, would
resDectfullv ask and petitiot your excel
lency to errant unto the said Robert
Caldwell a pardon for tie offence of
which he has been convieed ; and as In
duty bound your iietititners will ever
John M. Lansden, attoney at law.
Henry Winter, mayor of the city ol
G. G. Alvord, superintendent of Cario
U. H. Cunniugham, merchant
Henry Elliott, merchant.
B. b Tlnstlewood, merchant.
G. D. Williamson, merchant.
John Antrim, merchant.
Paul G. Schuh. drttrelst.
Satlord, Morris & Candee, insurance
Barclay Brothers, iruggUts.
Thomas Wilson, en-mayor of Cairo
Jewett Wilcox & Co., proprietors of
the St. Charles hotel.
Stratum & Biid. wholesale grocers
A. B. Satlord, caslier City National
W. 1. Halliday, uunufacturcr.
It. P. Itobbius, meichant.
11. W. Miller, uitrcaai
S. D. Avers, merclnut.
K. A. Vlieelock & Co., merchants.
O. lluyifiorne A. o, merchants,
l'etcr "S'eff, mcrchaii':.
1'aeper Vost, inerclnuit.
Samuel Wilson, uiercuuut
losepli IS. Itecd. merchant. 1
V. U. Kexfonl, pnprktor 1'lantcra
(.ienrue V. McKenitf. postroasU-r.
M. U. Jlarrell, editor Cairo Uastite.
It. F. l'arker. ulderuiau Third ward.
II. II. 1 undce, I'nltcd Btatea eommlii-eioncr-
VV, B. Gllbi rt, attorney at law.
K. V. Halliday, presideut Cairo city
I). T. Llnetjar, attorney at law.
Wm. 11. tJreen, attorney al law.
C'harlea Thrupp, county aurveyor.
John hheclmn, deputy aherifl'.
Charles F. NeUU, dry dock proprle.
F. Dross, couuty judge,
Jamea 8. Keardon, aent M. V. T. Co.
C. liuk, ajreut cxprena company.
KicharU FlUgeraM, Justice of the
Cluui Voung was .s?alii In the pohe
court yesterday morning. Th'11 time he
was brou jrht up by Deputy
Sheriff John fain lor kiekinc
Mary Miller, a tolon-d woman
Of! the sidewalk, Bnd thumping" her.
Mary swore that Clem hail on Reveral oc
casion threatened to send tier to the
happy hunting grounds; that she wa in
great danger, and asked the court to put
Clem under bonds to keep the ienee.
( lem stated that he wa running a risk
equally as great, while Marv was allowed
to roam about, she had, he said, fre
quently stuck a pistol under his nose and
threatened to snuff out his light, iust be
cause he didn't want to have anything to
do with her. fie didn't deny having
knocked her otl the sidewalk, but de
clared he couldn't help it. Squire Com
ings put the delendanl under bonds in
the sum of one hundred dollars to keep
the pesee for sixty day. He cave the
bond; and that he may appear In the eyes
of the public, what he believes himself to
lc, a terribly persecuted man, he handed
n the following, with the request that it
be published :
Cairo, 111., July 7.
To-day I wa tried before Justice (Join
ing. Mary Miller hail me arrested ami
bound over to keep Ihe peace of fimi,
anu now sue is a woman that will feu a
lie any time, anil she torn up my clothes
and then had me arrested. And now,
gentlemen I have been making my home
with her for live months and up till I was
puueu. anu now 1 am come to hunt bond.
and I trust in the almighty she will never
bother me. I shall not her for she looks
like a elephant in my sight. I will close
as I must look tor bonds. I remain asever,
.1. 15. V F.BsTER aiiCS Cl.KM lUI'Vd,
Almost every city has its popular and
standard "favorite" hotel. Boston has
its "American, " one ot the largest, best,
and most comfortable of hotel. The
American is the great resort f jr business
men and travelers. Its location is most
convenient, and its accomodations are
unsurpassed. 7--d&wU-(l )
W Aft DEPARTMKKT, ItlVKII REPORT, .
July 7 lsT'i
STATION. 'LOW WATER. 1 MAM.K.
rr. m. kt. i.v.
Cairo r, i it
1'ittitburK 5 u .'i
CiucinriBti 1 r 1 s
IOUiitvill! 7 7 Xi 7
Nashville 7 - i 11
St. Ixiuit :u I I ii
KvauHvillv ! '. I i'
Mi!in.tiis '-'I 'i
Virksbiirn k.i 5 ." I
New Orli-HOs ." o o "
Hi low hifli water of IsTI
JAM ICS WATSON,
Sorgiunt, Signal hi-rvii-r, I '. S. A .
Steamer Jim Fisk, I'aducaii.
Andy Hautn, Memphis.
Steamer ,iin r i.k. radueah.
Andy Biuin, Cincinnati.
There was 32 Icet 5 inches of water on
the gaujje last evening a'rise of 11
inches sincejthe previous evening.
The weather is clear and very warm.
Tho Fontcnelle, for I'ittshurjr. and
Captain ISob Kiley's elegant and f:ist
City of Vick.burg, will he here to
morrow, and also the Bee with barges (
for New Orleans.
The. lini Fisk, with the allable Matt
Williams in command, and ClitV Arnaut
to look after the welfare of the ruest. i
the packet lor radueah thi.i evening.
Tho Andy Baum paired up from
Memphis with a very fair trip. She ad
ded here about, three hundred ?ack for
the Ohio river.
The Bee is having u bare loaded
here lor Xew Orleans It will mntaiu
about six hundred tons.
The new steamer Standard, with
Capt. Brady in command, Charles Sea
man, clerk, is loading at St. Louis to
for Xew Orleans this evening. She will
have a cargo of l,S0O tons on her depar
ture from that port.
The Grand republic was due hist
evening, sue lettst. i.ouis witn z,nuti
tons, and has engagements for 1,000 tons
more. It Is paid she has the biggest trip
of way lreight ever taken out of St. Louis
bv on.; steamer, which foots up 3,."0f)
The John L. Rhodes did not get
away trom St. Louis when she expected
to. but she will be here pure to-day for
Louisville, Cincinnati aud Pittsburg.
Steamboatmen of all the western
cities are organizing Tildeti aud Hend
ricks clubs, and are working like beavers
for their favorites, and against Hayes and
Wheeler, who they regard as a bitter
enemy in all matters appertaining to their
Yesterday was au awful dry day
about the w harf. There were only two
arrivals and departures up to a late hour
lu the evening, viz : The James risk and
The Mary Miller will leave Ciuciu
clnnatl to-day for St. Louis, Captain
'I lie Htoi WUolJer nl the Firt Natiuim'
ltauk are hereby notified to meet at uiy
otllee, airo, Ilia., at ten o'cloek, a. in., Sat
urday, Julv. IjIU, ls;n. to close up tho al
Uiraolial.i bank. K. 11. Cl NM.Nt.lUM,
Will be received at my oilice until 5 o'clock
P. M. of Friday, July 21, lor H"
.....v:,l ol pill lions and 21 bai-'e trout Ihe ho
tel! and private reiileiiceH ol the city for a
period couimvuciug duiyszuauucuuiiigui
tober Int. Said reiuovala to he made once
each day during early uionnngor lutein tho
ceuina, (Miuiiaya excepwiii) iuo wumoiu
be done under the supervision of the Health
tnn. er. JAS. W . A KWAIIT.
7wi.;it. Cily Clerk.
Will, ef i-oiirm-, wih to ce all the ahjhla
loiuforUbly aud cheaply. To IhU end the
CANADA SOLTUEIIJI tt'Y COMl'ANY
ha, through iu couaeulioui in the Went
and Northwest, placed on aalu a lai-e
number ofTouBiaTs' ExcVRaioni Ticket
at greatly reduoed ratea, hy which passes
eera can sot only vUU the Centennial Kx-
hihltlon at Philadelphia, hut can, in addiu
ion, visit the principal easteru cities, with aa
opportunity of stopping at ay ol tn great
nuaiber of famous retorts In New York
and P2f)tiylviitiii. The CANADA SOUf H-
Kft Is Ihe only line from the west running
directly to Nis(;nra Falls, giving: passen
Kcrs, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view of the MIGHT Y CATARACT.
IIORSR-PHOK FALL, tlie GREAT
BAIMDS and landing them directly at the
Fall. The track Of the CANADA SOU1H
F.ltX is an air line, hid with steel ruiU r
the heaviest pattern ; thre are no curves
or tirades; wood 1 nsed fur fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the Winchell Patent
entilstor, etiurUf ptefect frjecloiu from
dust. With Its romplcte svsttm of nincnif-
iVtit PARLOR SI.KF.1TXU AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO,
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connection at NIAGARA I'AlJ.s
AND Hl'FT'AI.O with tho NEW YORK
( I'.NTRAL AND F.RIi; RAILWAYS, the
Canada Houthcrn U fust I ruti i 11 if the
KA VORI TV. 1.1 NET't THE FAST'. Tickets
via this popular line etn he pro im d at it t j
offices of ?onnccting line, in at the com
pany's own ofllces.
Any infoririAtinn cut be obtained ly sl-
dressing FRANK E. know,
Gen'irmM. and Ticket Ag't. Dxtroit
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNG WOMEN,
itr gins it:!ri:h 'year Sept.. I.itli. Facility
mnuiicr 21, Matiuitli-tiit Mtiilini."i, uenor
011s tahle. Thorough eiur,e in F.n;,'Udi,
Science, Classicn, and Modern l.aiiKuifc.
t 'nsurpasspil advantages (01- imi-lc mid art.
Address tlm President. Rev
Moore, I). D , Cincinnati, O.
All liOM I KS.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avenue
Advances made on I 'unsiniueiits.
and stracts ol lilies made, Ceiivevauces
Colleetions attended to.
Attention to hnsinc-, and RcmittuiH-cs
A net Ion Niili'W I'.very Nnlunlny
On the Palatial Steamer
BEN HOWARD, - - - -ED.
R. THOMAS, -
To Columbus and Return.
l Ikt, kj Sth, li'l
The licet and elcaat steoner Idlewild,
will, at the solicitation ot many of our peo
ple, make a moonlight excursion trip to
coluinliua nnd return on Saturday evening,
thp sin of .Inlj- An exi-el ent nrlns lainl
will lie on board and luriii-h iiiu-le lur
dam-in, auil an tnjoybh time is uarsn
teed. Tickets for ilie round trip can he
ba.t by applying to Sol Silver.
J. II. OIILHI.Y.
CAIRO CITY lilNDERY.
J.. W. rVATT t CO..
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Cor. Twelfth Streot
aud Waahlufrton Avenue,
U"Connty ami liHilroiuHVork a fwoialiv
Junction of Broadway, 7tU Aveaue und
NEW YORK CITY.
Three Blocks west of (irand Central Iepot
near tho Elevated lUilroud, and l.ut twen
ty mlnutea from Wall Street. All modern
improvements. Itate l per day. Lib
eral terms tofuinalies.
CHAS. E. LELAND, Proprietor
Of l)eleun House, Albany, . .,and
Clarendon Hotel, S:traloga. ' 7-7-d:liu.
Il l X K N I l l l.ll KXT,
Tlii- follow ini Is tin- eoivlitlon of the Alexau
ilir Couuty Hunk, ou July M, loT.;;
Rill receivable '.ill
Due from lUinki
l ush on Hand
outfit aud Furniture....
Kxiieuseii, Taxes, etc...
M I'M "I
( ai.itul Stock. $Xi,nxi irn. (I'aid in)
l'r.ll ami Lots.
F. BliOSs, I'rvai.lt-iit.
II. Wlr.LLs, Cashier.
Subscribed and fcWurn I" before inc. a Notary
1'iiblic in and fr tin- Couuty of AIimukUt,
this Julv l, l'-Ti;-
THE BEST AND PUREB1
CHEAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY.
ASK VOUR GROCER OR ORUGOIST FOR IT
WM. QLENN A SONS, CINCINNATI.
I. ii vleuunt uliceU of Choice Musle arrauiced
l.ir tlu. I'iiuiM Koi'tewill be M-nt by nwil on re
ueiiii ufooe dollar, (HMt paid) or .ingle couiea
u.1 lit u..uuieucli.
They mn aUu I si onh-red through any new
la uie iuiiru otair.
llauyier day a I uatruineuliU
Why ia 1 uot Koruet
t ar OVr the Waveu....
II. I.lli. Walta KliauM
lJuwu where lli VlolrtaCiroW Weoterue
W tun Old JrckMu had hie IJ. ....... Weateru
The Urand Old r'arni Kuble
Tha I ollmf Ouir.kateu ....4od.liud
Thrra'a i Lei lur iu Ui CnUe... ,.....Cmw
Do you Really Think be Kid?
AddrM order lu Uao). W. Hitchcock. Pub
liabera, Jiv XUui Avtuua K. Y. i-9-dta.
lo nil Ihrii In partmcnta
tX.niu.enr in 1? ItUjr 1st, 1876.
Rich Black Silks
TlieMom Olfl .rated Lyon' Iiorn.,
At l 25 Hwlucpil from l 0,
Al l .VI liiilnr.,1 irnm ft I H7,
At l 7.1 Ifnturod I'ruin ft 2.1,
At IMI liiii-ed tiniil ttU no,
Phis W i:i Tue; Ms
At mir Itriliicnl fronil H.
At l IM H. diuv.l iron HI U.l,
A I Ml '25 linliiccii lnm ftl 5l.
At HI .10 lioiluci'it from Ml NO.
SLE6AKT K0VS172S. IK mil GOODS
1 1 aniel's Hair, Cheviot, and I amaswi, Ri.
liiunl to T, si, ! rrntu $1, frnra Hi
1 M), l :" and t-
Popular Dress Goods
In New ttiel KiinhioiiuMeKahrir and Colors, ol
I -Jo IMncH from lHo;
I He Knlurnt from it.V;
J-J.'. ICfstucwl from HOe;
J.V Iti-ihicut from 37e:
UO.-, Korini-r price SOcto 50c.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
SI'S, un.l lurmarly Hold at fie,
Luck ni Scirlct Stelh Shwls
.l j r.. 1 1'. and $'-
ItVitured from $A t'"" nd t"
i jt .' . to KeAiu-ed Irom t i to :
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Uit. t Turin Stylea from $10 CpwardB, em
bruciuK the choitii'tt novelties at
Ludies and Childrens Underwear
An piiim-iise Stock of Mod Beautiful and
All at Very (ireat H.-.Uu.'tion.
Ladies', Children's1 and dentlemen'
I he l'i M Konlish, Freui h and l.enuali li.wll,
All JIarkoi at Lowest eonsibli, t riced.
Are thoroughly stock od with the bent
goods, at the lowest package piiceu. Beau
tiful American prioia at be. ana be. per
yard ; utandurd 4 4 bleached goods at 10c ;
Lonkdali) shirtiu's at loc.; New York
Mills, U'Jo.; and 5-4 bheetioa at l'J'.
tasle iii mn mm
lu all the Various Grades, arTBargulu.
(Which w keep at the Grand Street ator
only), we are oilering Kngiub and Amtri
can lupetrie al 1, former price 11 15;
body liriisn U at 1 M, loruier price tl HO;
ult-wool iiuraiu at Tile , former price. Hoc.;
three ply inraita at tb, loruier ptice,
1 6o; oiKlothii at ooc. to TUc ; former
pric,M)o. to 87 e.
Samplea cf goods, and catalogues of la
dies' and ihue' auita and mualin under
wear, and Ufanta' outhta, sent Ireaof charge
to all aectioaa of the t utted tiutea.
Kulcs toraelNmeaaurenent aeut on applU
cattoo to ell parts ol the eountry.
Krdcr for goods of all kluda will he rare
fuily aUeailed to, and the good pack ad
and lor warded without ebarge. jauH-wim
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie St$., N. Y.