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tj Al.RXHIlCIIKHt, KO. M.
f 4 Indepemlea Oruer of Odd-rl-tV-
low, inwit every Thursday tiljcht
W at half-paat eaves. In their halloa
Jofftltocreial araroe, between feixth and "errata
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"iairo fcxcAMmEMT, l. b. O.Y., raeta
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A "CAIKOIxmOB. NO.t37,A.r. A A.M.
- c . H'il'1 regular eommuntrations in Ma
lftinlc Ha) I, enrner Commercial arcane
' Va'rol Eighth tnt, ea the second ana
'urtli Monday of each month.
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots,
exchange for St. Louis property.
The south halt of the "I'ilt.t" house at
' ' FOR RENT.
Cottage on Sixth street war Wash
Cottage on Eighth street near Will
jut street. . .
Dwelling, coruer Twcnty-lmirth and
11 ol brook avenue.
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth "and Poplar street.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
.'ovnuiereial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
ColtAge on Fourteenth strvet, ttcst
( i Wahlngtiin avenue,
Suloon and fixtures, aouthwesr corn
?r Eiehte;nth t-trc t and Commercial
tvenne, at a bargain. .
Cottage-on Twclftlt street, west o
I'tiiinercial avenue, 10.
Dwelling house ou Cro Hreet, Wes
i-t Washington avenue.
Btirtineas house on Ievee street, atve
A good er.tt.tfrr' -on Twmty-Nlntk
trect, near CoiaiucrcLil avcBiie.
Store room on Coiniuerclnl avenue,
iext to Waverly hoteJ.JlO. .
Cottage of room on Twenty-third
-trect, $0. (iood yard and cistern.
iood dwelling houe on Walnut; be
tween Twenty-flccond and Tweiity-lh'rd
Store-room corner TwentM-tU and
I'ojilarstwts, fl2 5u.
Store room adjoining alivr,
Houe on Commercial avenue, near
l'.itli street. Suitable for Imoiiier and
I welling, $1.".
Tenements nuinbt trd ft and l,
V inter Row, f rooms eah for $10
It mouth. Will put In firt-cli
Itwclliiifr hoit- ou Sixth street and
JefTcrson avenue jlO. ""
- Orphan A-J hnn building aud preml
. Rent low, to a good tenstit,
Store room, corner Twentirih and
Washington avenue, flJ a month.
Rooms In various j.arts ot the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
LatidJ, In tract to cult, near Cairo,
faoinit to linnana or tttlrail.
Take the Atchi-uni, Top ka and Santa
Ke railroad, the new and jKipular line
trom Atebison and Kana City, via tho
Iti'autiful Arknnsa-i valley, to I'ueblo,
t 'oloradu Spring. 1 vnvcr, Cannon ify,
Cuf haru". I H i Norte, S.intii" Fe aud all
points in . Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round Uip M d;iy tj k
et to Iii-nver on sale May 15th. at $W,
taking in the famous catering plam f ru
the I. i R. O. road. Low emigrant
rates to the Sau Juan mines.
I'ullman palace sleeping car between
the Missouri river and the Rcky Moun
tains w ithout change. . Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For iniips, time tables
and the "San Juan guide," ndddrcss,
T. J. AVTr KHOV,
(Jen. l'a. Agt. Topcka, Kau. .
A to. I l auadry ,
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth t trect, be
tween Washington and Commurclal avej
nues, has one of the best couductetl laun
dry eotablisbiiieiits in the jity.and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses w ill
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are an follows : Hotel
and boardiog-house washing 73 cents
, per dozen. For piece work price are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c ; per
dozen, SOo; irocks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two haudkerehiefs. 5c; vests, 20c; ami
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen
Indies plain Calico dresses, 2 ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50o; white
dreises, $1 25c ; ladies' underware, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
Having purchased the Cairo City Bind
cry from Mr. Huel, I have sol 1 an inter
est In it to Ambrose Pyatt, a young man
who is a skillful book-binder and In
every way worihy ot the public contl-
dence. He will hercalter have charge of
tho liimlerv nnd Its business, and I be
speak for iiim a liberal share of the pat
ronage of Cairo. John. H. Ohkhi v.
V Jnlvlst, 1S7C.
This popularsaloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is epen to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice li.piois and the finest
brands or cigars.
A-2'fit A. IvRafs, Proprietor,
Tti Far la aud I lie figurea.
t very one of tho more than 275,000
Charter Oak stoves now in tho hands of
as many housekeeper, have proved ctni
nently practicable, easily kept in order
doln? all kinds of cooking otilckiy
r Uanlv nnd with L'reat economy ot fuel
and lalw. (-Oi-U
l.laeH Puprr. '
Llueu fibre, plate finish, letter and note
winer at tho Buaetin office. Blue and
rream laid, below St. Ixiuis prices.
A OoMia '
-. For. .
Fifty cents, At Wluter'a Oallery,
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CUT Y tiTE WS. S
We are auth6rlael to Announce JOHJt " It.
noHIS.HON aa a eandiila'a furMierif of Alex
aiidrr county, a( the Cuming County election. .
We are authorized to announce that It. A. Ed-
mmvLon in an independent Kcnubliran candi
date lor Mieti If, at the ensuing county election.
We are anlhoriM.il to announce I'KTKIt SALT.
fof an liilP-nlt-iit candidate for sheriff of Al
exander comity, at the ensuing county election.
BATCH OP AOtT.RTINIXO.
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J" All Idlla fur advertising:, are dne and pay
able w ADVAKCS
i Transient advertising will be interted at the
rate of $1 "0 ieraquar for the tint insertion
and 91) cents for each ubeequent one A liWal
illflcount will be made on standing and dinpl
For inserting Funeral Botire SI W Notice of
meeting of Sficieties or secret oHers 50 cents for
Church, Society, FeatWol and Supper uotices
will only be Inserted as adTertiscmenta
No advertisement will be received at lest than
tf cents, and ho advertisement will be inserted
for lens than three dollars per month
, Local Bualneoa Motieaa, of
tan llnea or mors, Inaortod
In tho Bulletin aa follows s
Oommonoa Counting at ten Lines.
Ono lnaertion per lino A Canta
Two insertion per lino 7 Centa
Three inaertlona per lino 10 Canta
Six insertions per Una 16 Cents
Two weeks par Una 26 Cents
Ono month per line. ...S6 Centa
No Baduction will be m&do in above
Sl'XDAV. JULY ft. 187C.
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WlJCD.'j Vst. J WEATM.
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rrgnnt. Signal ttvloe. l o. A.
Thirty thousand jut received Jut Ihe
lit Ll.EH.v olllee.
Dr. Smith has removed hi
room S and !), Winter's block,
on Seventh ssreet.
Ksrunlon From paatarab.
The i-teamer Arkansas Belle, which
will U- hi re Irom Evanvillc to-lay, will
bring an excursion party from Paducah
to this city.
The Rev. Charles A Gilbert returned
to his home in thli city on Friday night.
He Is much Improved in health. He will
conduct services in the Church of the
Redeemer this morning and evening.
l:lrrtlou of OOircra.
At the last meeting of Odd Fellows
eld in thi city, the following ofllcers
were elccteu : bottle urami, ?icnoias
cvore: Vice Grand, W. K. Hawkins;
Secretary, Harmon II. Black; Trea-urer,
I airo Lodge, No. 2U7, A. F. and
A. M., will hold a regular com
munication at Masonic hall to
morrow (Monday) evening al s o'clock
Members and visitors are fraternally in-
ited to attend. W. A. Suk, Sei 'y.
failed A way.
Rev. B. Y. George, pastor ol the Pres
byterian church of this city, left the
Uy by yesterday afternoon's train for
'olumbia, Missouri, to sec his wife s
mother, who Is very sick. Mrs. George
has been at home visiting her parents tor
ParaauH and I mbrellaa KepHlred.
Peter Riddle, repairer of parasols and
umbrellas, has his shop at Casino Saloon,
on Mguth street, where lie win repair
articles left with him in first-class style,
at the very lowest prices. Satisfaction
given or no pay demanded. 7-0-7t
A ladles black baud eachel, new, con
taining comb and brush, and other toilet
articles, packages of bird seed, etc. The
finder will be suitably Tewarded, by
leaving the same at my office, corner
Sixth street and Commercial avenue.
Geo. E. Lounsburv.
A negro named Gus Gorman, who has
been loitering about the city for aouie
time without any apparent mean ot
support, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff
John Cain. He w as arraigned before Jus
tice Comings ou yesterday, w hen Acharge
of vagrancy was preferred against him.
He wa adjudged guilty nnd fined one
hundred dollars and costs, and was given
a stay of execution ou the promise that
he would leave town Immediately.
To be Ba-Orajaaiiaetl.
The campaign club which was iu oper
ation during the Beymour and Blair cam
paign, In 18G8, In tnla city, known as the
Invincible." is to be re-organli?ed. and
will labor In the Interest of Tllden aud
Hendricks. The "Invinclbles," during
the palmy days of their existence, num
bered seventy-five men, ana It is expect
ed that their rauks will be Increased to
twice that number when they again get
on their feet.
About the only business of importance
that has transpired in th county court
during the past week, was the derision
of Judge Bros, refusing judgment . for
railroad interest taxes. . The decision
gives much .satisfaction to tho citizens
here, and the Indication are that the
people in a large majority wlU now' pay
taxes, lor. widen Judgment tiA
bera rendered, belore the nth Instant,
tb time set for the sale ot dcliuqurnt
real estate, - . .' .
!otlc-laVt4ltlea mt IMS.
There will be a meeting id those who-
belonged to this splendid company of
campaigners In for tlio purpose Of
rc-organl.atlon, held nt tnc Argui-Joumnl
ofllcc on Mcrnlty evening, 10th Instant,
at S o'clock. All member In good stand
ing are earnestly Invited to Attend. .
Tas. S. Rt.akdks,
..I A If Itl-Dn
;V .tostl-H Vf.rkix,
, , Tiiko. Carioax.
A gentleman named Brown, hailing
Irom Uolcouda, while on a little spree In
this city on Friday, become weary and
laid down in a basement on tho levee to
sleep. When he awoke, he found that
he was minus a line gold watch and
guard, which cost him ono hundred and
eighty dollars. He reported to the authori
ties, and Deputy SheiilTJohn Sheehan
on Friday night arrested a young mu
latto called Derby, whom he suspected of
tho crime. Derby Is a graduate of the
reform school, and Is said to be a "tough
citizen." He is now in Jail awniting a
hearing, which he will probably be given
The ItV . .W r. Miorea Sends i Teli'itrnm
to the Oovrruor.
The Rev. Mr. Shores yesterday scut a
telegram to Gov. Bcveridge, urging his
excellency to Ignore the petition ol the
people ot this city to pardon the Rev. Mr.
Caldwell. Although it is a deplorable
fact, it is well known to ail in Cairo that
the brotherly love that exists In the bosom
of Mr. Shores for the unfortunate Mr.
Caldwell is not what It should be, Mr.
Shores, In cnany-instances, has shown
himself to be a bitter enemy of the con
victed man, and this fact being well
known as one of the causes which turned
him against Mr. Caldwell, it is hoped tbat
his message to Gov. Beve ridge will have
but little weight,
The Free Benevolent Sons and Datigh
tcrs of America, propose eivinjr a bas
kpf picnic at Breden's Springs, on the
Cairo and Vincennes railroad on the
Fourth of August. A special train will
leave this city on the day appointed,
stopping at Mound City, Caledonia,
Grand Chain, and Vienna, for the ac
commodation of the friendsof the society
ot those places. The fair for the round
trip from Cairo La one dollar ; from
Mound City, seventy-five cents from
Caledonia, fifty cents ; and from Grand
Chain, forty cents. All are Invited to
participate. The proceeds are for the
society. The committee of arrange
ments will spare no pains to make the
affair a pleasant one. J and a pleasant
time Is guaranteed. Children w ill be
taken from this city at half price.
Maria Smith, a colored woman, yester
day appeared before Judge Bird and
swore out a warrant for the arrest of an
other colored lady named Mollie Parker.
The warrant was placed in the hands of
Officer Gladuey. and Mollie was hauled
up. .Maria swore mat Muiii id called
her names very foul, and Mollie plead
guilty to the charge, but declared that
she could prove Maria tobcjut w hat she
had said she was, and thought it very
hard that a woman should be prosecuted
for telling the tiuth. Mollie aecused Ma
ria ot monopolizing the affections of her
hn-hand, and 'he had a perfect right to
call her harsh names. The Judge, how
ever, did not see the caie in the light that
Mollie did. and assessed a fine of five dol
lars and cost against her, which she
promised to pay, and 'he took her
Yesterday afternoon a couple of well
dressed, nobby looking colored men
strangers in the city attempted to play
the three card m'onte game on a couple
of unsuspecting country lads at the Illi
nois Central passenger depot. The gen
tleman who gave us this information
says ho had occasion to pass between the
passenger cars just after the arrival of
the three o'clock train aud caught the
sharpers in the act, aud warned the
boobies who were about to be swindled
out ot their money, to give such games
the go-by. We are told that three card
monte. meti are numerous in the city,
and may be seen almost daily on arrival
of passcuger trains at the Illinois Cen
tral depot, where they try to rope iu
green countrymen, litis is a matter
that should be looked into and the
Ihe i:ev. Charles uurschuer will con-
duct the usual services at the German
. . ...
Lutheran church, Thirteenth street.be-
tuwn Vnsl.inrtnn nveinie ami Wilnut
tween v ashington avenue ana v ainut
street, this morning at iuj o clock'.
-The Rev. Chas. A. Gilbert having re-
turned, there w ill be the usual services at
tho Church of the liedecmer, Fourteenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut Ftreet. at eleven o'clock this
morning and eight o clock this evening.
Sunday school at nine o'clock this morn
ing. The Rev. J. P. Gillham will conduct
8,.rvices iu tho Methodist church, corner
of Eighth and Walnut street, this morn
ing aud evening. ,
-rThe Rev, Mr, George hiivlug receiv
ed a telegram from his wife to comu at
once to Columbia, Mo., on account of
the serious illness of her mother, left on
tho train lat night. There will, ther;
fore, be no services in the Presbyterian
church to-day. " '
By courtesy of t ho members of Ihe
Christian church, Rev. J. W. Hunsaker
(.Baptist) of Anna, UL, w ill preach at
their church ou Eight re nth street, this
irtttrnirig at 11 o'clock. Everybody in
vited. The Battist brethren are especi
ally requested t.o W present, as there
will be a basin tuectiug Alter service
1 or during the day aa may be auuoiuiced
from the pulpit, for the purpose or elert -
1 lug delegates to the AochUon, which
' I meet In August. . .
Wll Ihf Aaeeprra Are-A Mat of the
neniarri tn ine vrpniMiioii
Thfi following- In a list of the gentlemen
who romno.se the Sweepers, and who in
tend to make.things howl hereabouts lor
Tllden and Hendricks during the cam
.T A Kooken,
J M Kinney,
Root. K BilongHly,
W F Axley,
( harles S Delay,
L C Malbourn,
James 11 Johnson,
T It Shook.
H 1 Miller,
.T Wagley Hill,
W W Uaveluli,
W H Sexton,
M J Buckley,
U J Johnson,
R 11 liaird,
C S Harrcll,
Win 11 Green,
A J Carle, .
C 11 Evans,
W. J. CundilT",
W T. Beerwart,
James i . Miller,
G. W. Farnsworth, H. T. Ashton,
Bud Smedly, ,
John II. Mulkey,
J. N. Welkr,
W. Mcllale, .
W. A. Uudman,
Aug. Hatzenljerger, John Curran,
Herman jyevy. t nn. nocn,
John II. Gaue,
C. D. Arter.
F. M. Stock fieth,
P. S. Gens,
John C. White,
Charles F Arter,
Chas. C. Baker,
B. F. Lynch
J. P. Russell,
F. P. Haas,
J. W, Mason,
A . Jacob.
Paul H. Scliuh,
( has. Scott.
Jos. I. Abell.
B F Livingston,
H A Heitman,
I) M McCarthy,-.
S J Humm,
W W W Wooten,
James Cheny, -v,
11 C nerbort,
W W Williams,
Wm Gear in,
T V Garvcy,
C C Percelf,
Miles W Parker.
( has. W Cooly,
M J McGauley,
M J Moulton,
O A Moon.
G N Brinbraugh,
T G Wilson.
Charles EichholT, Geo W nendriek?
J S McGahev,
J. W. Kynlston,
John T. O'Shea,
J. P. Baily,
M S Ensminger,
John (. Harmon,
R P Bobbins,
J. II. Enellsh.
Alex. H. Irvin.
Jacob G Lynch,
J II Voold ridge,
Samuel P Wheeler,
H. B. Smith.
I II McGee,
T J Floy.
Wheat lu Slontheni Illlnuia.
The last six or seven days of fine
weather has given the farmers of South
ern Illinois nn opportunity to gather
their wheat in good conditkn. and we
may now safely count nlnc-tejtlis of the
new crop gathered, stacked aid secured
against luither damage from nin or wet
weather. We clip the followiag on tins
subject irom the St. Louis lirytblt.-an of
the 7th insr.:
The ireiiueut and extended heavy rains
at this tiertod ot general harvest in the
more southern counties ot Missouri and
Illinois have, of course, attracted atten
tion and anxiety in commercial circles,
whose interests are larsrely blei.ded with
the cereal crops, and affected favorably
or In uriouilv as iik-v may tun out, in
good or damaged condition; and for the
iniormatiori of all thus late res ted,
or interested for any reason, reports of
the condition ot the crops ut this junc
ture, and as affected by the rains, is ea
gerly sought, r rom the many persons
aud localities this information is derived
through correspondence by busiuess
men. and correspondence aud other
sources bv newspapers there must nec
c ssai ily be, aud there has been a good deal
that w as contradictory ; but tills is una
voidable, and that cau be doue for the
nieeiimr of this want is to supply it from
all trustworthy sources, aud leave those
who may be interested to their own con
clusions, as they may be suited by the
complexion of the reports, or they may
possess what they esteem better author
The Republican had a visit to-u'ay from
Mr. James Iluyde, who has furnished It
some very interesting intormirtion In re
gard to the condition auu prosyeci oi me
wheat crop in Central and Southern Illi
nois. Mr. 11. is purchasing ugeut for the
Messrs. Hallidav Bros.. Caro. who are
oneratinir one of the largest mills In 11 1 i
uois, and consequently are interested in
the condition and oualitv ol boutuern u
linois wheat. Contrary to general
' . I V. till! lotft
IU1IIS IliiVC IlOfc HO uvuu
ftDy material damage to vheat iu the
counties through which ho has traveled,
viz : Randolph, Perry. Monroe, r rankl n,
Marion. Washington and St. Clair. Ibis
u u tQ b(j attnbuteu t0 the shocking
of lheir wjM,at by the farmers la a much
creui manner than la st . year, and
III llie laci mat. llie .rent uuik ui uic
wheat sown is Mediurrauean, which is
of a coarse, hardv nature, and then bet
ter able to resist more wet weather than
anv other varieties of wheat. The Mis
souri swamp or bull wheat, a smooth
species, in a lew instances is slightly
sprouted. The wheat in these counties is
all cut. and none vet damaged, and Mr,
II. states that with four to six days of
flue dry weather a to (lay, the crop in
Southern Illinois will be beyond Injury.
Very little of the wlieat has yet been
stacked, and that little by the more pro
vident and industrious farmers. Corn on
high and rolling land Is doing well, but
ou low land is more or less choked
with weeds, and slightly damaged. Oats
were never with a better promise, but
prime condition ran only be assured by
another week of One weather 5 very lit
tle has yet been rut.
The Judge and lawyers are still plod
ding along In the Alexander circuit
court, but very little that would Interest
the public at larjje is being done.
J. IK0RC,g STFIXHOl'KK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable) hair rut or a smooth shave.
or nythinff else In the barber line. li
1 dieai Mi chjhJrens' hair cut or dressed,
I elther at tlte or tBer homes.
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tto. KrurMt rarus
At twelvff o'clock Friday night, John
If. Obcrly left this city with a petition
signed by severs! hundred of tho best
citizens of Cairo, asking Got. Bevcridgc
to pardon the Rev. Mr. Caldwell. Mr.
Obcrly also had a number of letter,
written by prominent men here who felt
great iuterest In the old gentleman
At four o'clock yesterday, the following
dispatches were received from Spring-
Si-RixoFiKtn, 111., July 8.
Caitaix W. P. Halmpay Gov. Bev.
eridge will let the old man stay at home.
1 have Caiuwell s paruon in my pocket.
Sl'RINOFIKLD, 111., July 8.
To A. II. Irvin You may release
Caldwell from prison. He is granted a
pardon. John L. Bkvf.riook,
Captain Ilalliday immediately drove to
the county jail in his buggy, and present
ing Mr. Oberly's dispatch to Jailer Dick
Fitzgerald, soon had the old man again
at liberty, and among his friends and
family. A reporter of the Billktix
called upon Mr. Caldwell Ot his home,
but the house w as crowded with his
friends, who were noisy in their Joy over
his being pardoned, and the old man
seemed so full of Joy tbat the representa
tive of the Bulletin' could make hardly
head or tail of what he said.
There seems to be universal rejoicing
among the colored folks over Mr. Cnld
well's good fortune.
A good wash woman can find em
ploym ent by applying at Bt iiktin office
Mut be a good washer.
CAT1LF. ! cattlk! !
Parties having cattle to leed can pur
chase the !est of distillery Flop at the
Cairo distillery, at five cents per barrel.
C-23-3w II. Schi ltz, Prop'r.
ROOMS TO RF.KT.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. 0-28-tf.
Redhefler's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard.
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater ot 174, and 'he brat in the world.
For sale by Chas. W. Henderson, general
dealer in stoves, tin and hollow ware
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. rt-27-lm
TEA 1 11V.K AND FINPlMiS.
At the etore room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 90, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of his
own make. Jsoots and snocs maue to
order of first-class material and stur-
tion guaranteed. -2l-tf
A tiranrt Sliicccte..
Tho Charter Oak Stove in our kitchen
is a grand success, tho best stove we have
ever used, and we cheerfully recommend
it with a clear conscience, knowing we do
our friends and neighbors a iavor who arc
lookiner for a first-class stove. 7-C-wD,
July s ltfTtt
I LOW WATKR.
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Sergeant, Signal Service, V. S. A .
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
" Golden Rule, ew Orleans.
' Iron Mountain, Ohio river.
" Grand Republic, St. Iritis.
' Robert Mitchell, New Orleans
" Idlewiid, Evansvillc.
' John L. Rhodes, St. Louis.
" Ste. GenevieveSt. Louis.
Cous Millar, Cincinnati.
Steamer Jim I isk. FaJucau.
" Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
" Grand Republic, New Orleans.
" Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" John L. Rhodes, Pittsburg.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vicksburg.
Cons Millar, Memphis.
The Iron Mountain brought out of
the Ohio three barges of railroad iron
for the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas rail
The Idlewiid had a light trip Irom
Evausville. She took a party of moon
light excursionists to Columbus, leaving
about 7 and returning about 12 o'clock.
and after landing her people at home, de.
The Grand Republic had a rousing
bi trip, and loft this port with over
3,000 tons for New Orleans.
The Jim Fisk had a good trip Irom
Paducah. She brought 20 bogheads of
tobacco, 0.1 bags potatoes aud a lot of
The Golden Rule and Robert Mitchell
passed up with a fair trip. The latter did
The Cons Millar had a very fair trip
fur Memphis, and made some additions
The Ste. t.cncvleve had a good trip
tor Memphis and Vicksburg, and added
Lyon's Katuairon makes beAiitiful
f flossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Us fall
ug out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 yeara. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norivat. J-JO-drtwiy
ftpixf At. sorter.).
The stockholder of the I'lr.t Nitinni
Bank are hcrehv notified to meet, at mv
office, Cairo, Ill's., at ten o'clock, a. ni., Sat
urday, July, lftth, lt7H, to cloe up the f-
iuiroi sain nana, u it. ct smnuiia v,
lea led rropoaala
Will be received at mv office until 5 o'clock
P. M. of Kridity, July 21, 1870, lor the re
moval ot all Slops an 1 ;arlgc from t e ho
tels and prlvste residences ol the city for a
iicnon commencing juiy rail anil ennuiir iJc
tobcr Int. rald rem mis lo be uiade on e
each day durin early morn ng or late in the
eveniug, (Sundays excepted) the whole to
lie dona under llie npei vl-lon of the Health
Officer. J AS. W. STEWART.
"-S-Ut. tlty Clcik.
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOI TMEII.N II' Y COMPANY
hs, through its connection in the West
and Northwest, placed on sale a larire
number of TofitisTs' Excursion Tickets
at greatly reclined rates, by which passcn
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition nt Philadelphia, hut can, in aJdit
ion, ixit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at any o( the great
number of lamou retorts in New York
and Ponnsjlvatiia. The CANADA SOL I'll
EUN is the only line Irom the west running
directly to Ningara Falls, giing paxscii-
gcrr, from thctrin. a won Icrlul panoramic
View ot the MMH1TY CATARACT,
HOIOE SHOE FALL, the GREAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly at the
Falls. The track of the CANADA SOU III-.
ERN is an air line, laid with steel rails of
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curve
or grades; wood is need lor fuel; Coaches
are turninbed with the Winchell Patent
Ventilator, enuricg prefect freedom irom
dust. Wl'h its complete system of mnguif-
oVtitrAULOK SLEEPING AND DBaW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern Is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at all
offices of connecting lines, or at the com'
Any information cm be obtained by sd
Jressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Gen'l Tas. and Ticket Ag't. Detroit
E. r. liunkel a nitlrr Wine of Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms ; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful hoiroroi death, mgiit sweats, com met,
weaknc-. dimnet- of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ol the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing of the holy, dry
ness or tne skin, pauiii coumcnai cb bikj
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the iiak, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spot tl)iuj? before the eye
with temporary suiusion ami loss oi signi,
waDt ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never tans, inousaiids are now
erjoving lie ami who nave Useu u. luse
only'E. F. Kunkel's.
He ware or countcrieii ami oase imita
tions. As Hunker Bitter vt me or lrou is
o well known all over the country, dru
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to palm it on on ineir customers, wuen tar j
cal lor rlunKci s inner ine oi iron.
Kunkel's littter Wine or Iron is put up
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
niielv nut on the ou'slde witu mo pro
prletor'a photograph on tha 'wrapper of
each home. Always ioos lor mo pnoio-
graph on ibe outside, and you will always
be sure to tret the iti nninc. tine dollar pel
bottle, or six for ft. (sold by druggists and
i i alrra everywhere.
ALL, WORMS KEMi VED ALIVE
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrnu never fails
to des'rov Pin Seat and stomach Worms
Dr. Kunkel, the only successful physician
who removes Tape "Worm in two hours
alive, with bead, and no fee until removed
Common sense teaehes that if Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. .eiui mr circular u it. nun.
kel. No. 2.'9 North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist ami usk
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm .Syrup.
Price. 1,00. It never lads.
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY,
Three Blocks wc t of (Srand Central Depot
near the Elevated Railroad, and nut twen
ty minutes lroin Wall street. All modern
improvements. Rates 4 per day. Lib
eral terms tofamalien.
CHAR V T.H!T.AND. Pronrietor
Of Helevan House. Albany, N t .uud
Claremlon Hotel, Saratoga. 7-7-d3ui.
The following U the condition of the
ikr County llauk on July ad, IsTi.i
Hue trom Hunks
l ull on Hmid
I mult and Furniture.
fcxpcuwa, Taxtp, etc
s:i.-.'i l ;
C apital Stock, $.', duo wl. (I'aid in)
. BUOSS, l'n-il.leut.
II. WI LLS. C.-hier.
Subscribed and sworn to before inc. a Notary
Public iu and I'ur the Couuty of Alexander,
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL.
IN THB CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Corner 10ta St. and Commertlal Av
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOB YOTNO WOMEN,
ttoirlus Its :i.'ith year Sept. Hth. Faculty
number il, MsKulflcent buildings, nener
ous table. Thorough cjui-o iu Kugliab,
Siience, Classics, ana aiousru .augiat;e.
Cnsurusaaetfl advantages tor music auu
Aridr. tha Prasiila&t. liev. Pavid
Moore. D. D . Clncianatl, O. ;-o-dwt. '
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
W. !. HALMPAT, President.
IILMIY I. II At.I.IDAY, VicePrest.
A It HAFFDHP, Canhkr.
WAI.TKIt HYSI.OI". AsCtCubief.
S. STAATS TaYLOB, fl. II. CriTSIKOBAli,
It L. llAM.tllAT, W V. llALI.IDAT,
H. l. W ILt,IAM"0. STRMItS bUO,
A . I!. SrroHt,
Exchange, Coin and United States
uonds sought and Sold.
DKI'OSITS received and a reneral banking
Ni IT. Vice I'ren't.
I. Kerth, Ast. ash'r
Corner Commercial At, and 8th Street,
Hro, Cairo Wm. Klure, Cairo.
I'. NilT, 1 4ifi Wm Wolte, Cairo.
. Siinmkn, Cairo. H. I.. Billinifrtley , St. I.oul
. Under, mro. H. Wells, Cairo.
i'. II . ilrinkman, !t. Louis.
. t.eneinl llanklnir llnalne Done.
JJF.xc;hnpe nold nnd hotiKht Interest paid
n I tie SavinK Deimrlnnnl. Cnlleclion mwle,
ml all h'ljiuenH promptly atteuded to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, C AZBO
A.M. SAFVORO, President,
a S TAYLOK, Vic President.
Vt. HY.SI.Ol', Scc'v and Treannrer.
IlARCLAY, CUAS. GALlartBR,
srocarLam, Palx G. Mchch,
( I HNINOIIAV, II L. llALLIDAT,
J. .1 Piiiixira.
N TKHKST paid on deposits at th rate ol lit
i)c ro nt tier annum, Mareh 1st and Santem-
yr Int. Intercut not withdrawn la added imroa
liutclv to the nrinciial of the deposit, thereby
tiviiiK them compound interest.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every busluenaday n-omOa.m. to S p.m.
tZ Saturday eveniusi for aaviUK depoait only
rom lo b o c oc. 81,0, Traaatarar.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal bv the car-load
'on. or in hoKaheada. for ahipment
promptly attended to.
fkSrTo laree consumers and all
manufacturers, we aro prepared
:o supply any quantity, Dy ton
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITT COAX. COMPAirT.
-Ilalliday Bro .'a olttce, Ko. 70 Ohio Levee,
llalfiilay llro ' wbarfboat.
At kgyntiaQ Mills, or
oal Dump, foot of Tauty-Kigbtb
tJ-Poat Ojnce Urawer
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wboletale and Uetail IWcrt is
Foreign and Domeitio
WINES OF ALL KINDN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
ME.18RF. eilYTH A CO. hava conatanUy
a large tix-k ot the tieat (foods In Uw luar-
art, and giveenputMal ailcutlua uin nuuiaaaj
raoca ut we uuincia.
rAINT AMD OILS.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
trVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
now cmaaoe, c.
Alway ou hand, the celebrated illuaiiaallis
Oomtr lavaath 8 treat &4 Waahiag-
toa A vac a a
At the BiLirtis ofUee falro, llliaoM.