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ACAM)N l.OI-GE, No. M.
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(WVCI '' "'f'1' half-part a-n, ui odd
rcllow.' Hall i(ui,
Al.F.XANOKR I.ODOK, NO 224.
CI lmeiende.it Order or Odd-Fcl--V.-r
lowi. meet every Ibnriilay night
. hi hall-M aercn, in their hall on
. oiniinrcinl avenue, between hixthanil gerentn
. ' ' Cm Lamb, N U
'IMIto f-.NCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. r..mei ta
Jm Odd-rrlloWit' IUII uii the n nrt an i third
i u jhIhj in everjr month, nt half-patt aeven
m ,lmi M itouMMAW, C P
A CAIRO I.OIt;K. NO.7,A.r. A A. M.
llolil n-Kulir comiuiihicatloti ig Mi
' n if Hull, corner 1 iiHinenlnl avenue
' xu.l Kahili lOrwt, cjii Uie aecond ami
'iiilh .Monday of each month.
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county IhihI, Cairo Int.,
i xclinnj;! for St. l,oui iirHTty.
Tln mjuIIi halt .rtlu Tilnf -oiific Ht
Cottao on Sixth turret ncnr W'h-Ii-iiiKton
Cottiigcou Kihih Midi mnr Wnl
uiit fit nut.
I vrlliiir?, corner Twi nty-lourlh itud
1 1 ol brook Avenue.
First floor of brick dwelling coriur
NitiC'tivc i.tli and J'oplarMrrcl.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
."omiiiercial and Wa.-liinjrton avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, wetof Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth stru t, went
ol Wii'-hliigton aenne, $11
Suloon and fixture, fouili vst corn
r Kiyhtcciitli tnct and Commercial
venue, at a bariiu.
Cottage on Twelfth street, weft of
,'oimucrcbl avenue, $10.
Iitveliiuj; houx; on Cro atriirf, wet
of Washington avenue.
I5iiiii'. liou-e on I.evtc trcet, nVve
A gixvl i'Mtta'0 on Tw nty-Nintli
tri-et, near Vunni rciul avenue.
tore loom on Commercial avenue,
text to Waverly hotel, 1(1.
-CottaM of I roma on Twenty-third
licit, (ohm! yard and oi-torii.
I jixxl dwelling houe on Walnut, lie
t wet n Twenty-Second aiid Twciity-th'.rd
Store-room cormr Twentieth and
roj.lar trct, $12 50.
Store rMin adjoining nbovc,
Hou-p on Coiniuc rciul avenue, near
1'jOi Mreet. Suitable for lm.in-ii and
Tencnienm tuirnlxn-d h and 'J,
Winter"" How. ft room each for $10
per inniith. Will I ,ut in first-elites
Mwell'ing house on Sixth street and
letler'on avenue $10.
rihaii AJ luiit building and j.reiul-
Kent low, to a good temnt.
Store room, -oi m r Twentieth and
Washington avenue, 2n month.
UcMjtiiH In various jiart.s of the city.
FOHLKASK Oil SAI.K.
(.mid-, in trmt.s to suit, near Cairo.
(nlnk lo fcmitiH r 4Jlurnilo.
'fake the Atchi-ou, 'l'oK-ka and Santa
J- e r.iilroiid, the new and popular Hue
from AU hi-oii and Kan.-m City, via the
beautiful Arkaii-ai valley, to 1'iichlo,
I olorado Spring, I enver, Cannon 'ity,
Cu' barus, I I Norte, ,vint Ke and all
joiiits in Colorado, New Mexico and
Ari.ona. Special round trip M day tlek
etK to fx nver on Rale May IRth. at $.V),
taking in the famous watering places on
the I), i II. J. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San .1 nan mine?.
I'ullman palace fjkn ping cars between
the Missouri river and the llocky Moun
tains w itliout change. Close connections
made ut Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "San Juau guide,"' adddreca,
T. J. Axukrsox,
(Jen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
A No. 1 Laundry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avc
nues, lias one of the best conducted laun
dry establishment in the city, and land
lord of hotels and boarding houses will
iind it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, 80c ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests, 20c; auu
all gentlemen' wear, SOc. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' undcrware, fine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tl.
Having purchased the Cairo City lliud
try from Mr. Huel, 1 have sold an Inter
est in it to Ambrose I'yatt, a young man
who is a skillful book-binder and in
every way worthy of the public confi
dence. He will hereafter have charge of
Hih bindery and its business, and 1 be
speak for him a liberal share of the pat
ronage of Cairo. John. II. Obebly.
July 1st, 1S70.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
trcct and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the fluest
brands of cigars.
:!-2.Vtf A. Kiurs, I'roprietor.
Tli t'HCIa and t'ltfiirt.
F.very one of the more than 275,000
Charter Oak stoves now hi the hands of
as many housekeepers, have proved eml
nently practicable, easily kept in order
doing all kinds of cooking quickly,
cleanly and with great economy of fuel
and labor. (20)-lt
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
paper at thn Uci.lktin otllce. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Fifty cents, at Winter' Gallery.
W are autlioriiol ti announce JOHN .
HolilNsiiN asaranli(lal'or MiitiB of Altx
amlrr county, at I lie vofuiiiK county election.
W'r are antlioriusl lo announce that H. A. K1
liiuniUoii Is an inlcenUent Keiublican ranili
ilale lor Mieiiff, at Hie ensuing county elei'tiou.
We are aiitlioruol to announce t'KI KH.rP,
for an Jmleienileut ranililate for Micri ff of Al
exander county, at the ensuinx county election.
UATRM or AnVKBTINIHU.
I J" All Mill for a'lvcrliiinft, arc due ami ay
able ix ADVAHca
Transient ailvertiiinff will lie inserted at tin
rate of 11 00 eriquare for the flret innertion
and 5" Rent for each iiilinequent one A liberal
discount will 1 made on standing and dn.l
advert i semen u
'or inaertinK Funeral notice II W Notice of
meeting of incirtiea or ecret orders M eenU for
Church, Society, Fentival and Su.r notices
will only be iuaened aa advertisement
No advertiseruent will be received at less than
to centa, and no aUTertlseiuent will be inserted
for less than three dollars per month
Local Business Noticss, of
tan lines or more. Inserted
la the Bulletin as follows :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One insertion per line 8 Cents
Two insertions per line. 7 Centa
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per line IS Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line. ...36 Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
The IiCLLKTiN irintint
establishment makes a
eclalty of Rill Heads.
Note Ilea.lt, Letter Heads,
Statement, Cards, l.lc Look at these irice:
Small size bill hem Is, per 1"".. $ t )
Milium sue bill heads, er toou-and 3 73
All mi fourteen pound er, Carlisle luills,
ntl two cents per pound higher than pajier
uwl by any other olBce rulet to onlcr at the
nulls esix'ciallv lor this odice
Muteii-nts, Larlysle, jm ! 1 1 W
uener iiea.s, l arlysle, tt iisjo yi
Note II.iKls, Carlysle, Ikjo ...... 3 "0
ViKitinircunls per i kae Tic
Kiiiiies rant, No. 1 .Vply liriHol board,
per l'SSJ i 4 on
Ilusiiies ranis, No I blank, ier I' i 3 (ii
(Vuarler-Rliei't, halfslieet, lull-sheet and tliree
hvi posters, and coloml wwik telow t. Iaiuis
i'arnplilet. Hook Work anj I'ri.-e Lists made
H KSDAV. J FLY 11, 170.
luteal Weather Kepori.
CAiao, III., .Inly I", Itf7tf
Tlaa ItAH. .'lira. Wiwo. Vat. I Wiaiu.
Tam ?' "J 775 s . 7 I lair.
II 2t.n- 7' St. ! Ii ILIear.
H p.m. ?. li . it,, do
3:1'," ) S 1 do
ericeaiit. Signui iSertlrc, V. S. A.
'I'ltirty tliouiiand Just nt-lveil Jat thf
Hi l.l kl iv office.
Ir. hniith ha, removed his olli.e to
room' 8 anil !, Winter's blin k. F.nt ranee
fin Sf'Venth ssrer't.
Pitraeui and riubrfllaa Beaird.
IVter Itiddle, repairer of parasols and
umbrellas, has his shop at Casino Saloon,
on Eighth street, where he will repair
article Kit with him in lirst-class style,
at the very lowest prices. Satisfaction
piven or no pay demanded. 7-0-7t
A ladies black hand saehel, new, con
taining comb and brush, and other toilet
articles, packages ol bird seed, etc. The
lindcr will be suitably rewarded, by
leaving the same at my office, corner
Sixtli street and Commercial avenue.
GKO. E. I.OI NSBI KY.
A good wash woman can find em
ployment by applying at BiiiETi.vcfliee
Must be a good washer.
CATTLE ! C ATI I K ! !
Parties having cattle to Iced can pur
chase the best of distillery tdop at the
Cairo distillery, at five cents per barrel.
6-'J'J-3w II. Scucltz, l'rop'r.
ROOMS TO KENT.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. C-28-tf.
lledliefl'er's Patent Lightning llecipro-
cating Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard.
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater of 171, aud the best 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. C-27-lm
J. C.EOliUE 8TEINHOUSK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable balr cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
cither at the shop or their homes.
I.KATnKR AX1 FINDINtiS.
At the 6tore room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue, No. 90, below Sixtli
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a largo 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. Boots and shoes made, to
order of first-class material and satisfac
tion guaranteed. 0-21-tf
A Uraud Sorrras.
The Charter Oak Stove lit our kltclicn
Is a grand success, the best stove we have
ever used, aud we cheerfully recommend
It with a clear conscience, knowing we do
our lriends and neighbors a favor who are
looking for ft first-class stove. 7-C-wlt.
UnnteU-A Kill. -
A jjood white fill to do the Woik In n
family of two. Inquire at S. :l Truth
The Soim and Daughters of lit lief, of
this city, arc making preparation for a
barbecue, to fake place on the fotiith of
August, at Loeiirt Orove.
. Th Kariirolon.
One hundred couples of ladies and gen
tlemen of this city participated in the
moonlight excursion on the steamer
Idlewild Saturday night. The trip w a a
very enjoyable event.
.Mr. II. Davis, of Dog Tooth, was in
the city Sunday. Ho gives us the inform
ation that crops in his neighborhood
never were better than those of this sea
son. He reports crops in ioosc Island
as aNo unusually fine.
Aaothrr Tuharro WHrelionse.
We understand from Mr. Jesse Ilinkle.
one of the proprietors of the Planter's
tobacco Warehouse, of this cltv. that
another tobacco warehouse will be open
ed hi here about the lii-t of Septem
ber. The new firm will be under the
mauagetoent of Messrs. Ilinkle and This
tlewood, and will.nodoulit.be an ex.
tensive acquisition to the business of
Owe Tlieni TliHiiltN.
IU.V. Mr. Caldwell, the fortunate-un
fortunate colored man, who escaped .fol
iet by the pardon ol Governor Bercri
owes his liberation particularly tJ1h In
terest taken in his case by Capt. TV.J
llalliday, and Messrs. Safford and James
Barclay. Thes gentlemen latwrrd In-
defatigably in his interest, and spent both
time and money to save him from im
prisonment. f onfirienrr Men in I. Initio.
Chief Gossinan and Depntv Sheriff
John Cain on Sunday captured two ne
gro confidence men named William
Adams and Kichmond Worthy, while
practising their nefarious trade upon a
couple of innocents on Ohio levee. They
were locked up till yesterday morning
when they were taken out and civen a
hearing. Each was fined one hundred
dollars and costs, and sent to the lock-up
for fifty-seven days in default of 'payment.
These are the same gentlemen referred to
in Sunday's Uplikiiv. .William and
R'chmoud will earn their bread by the
sweat ol the brow for the next fifty-seven
days, at least, for Jailer Jim has said it,
and w hat Jailer Jim says is law- about
the calaboose, at any rate.
A Deplorable Knot
The attention of the authorities of this
city has Ijeen related I y called to the
theiving games practiced upon unsus
pecting countrymen who come to Cairo
to trade by confidence men, but up to
this time, if the authorities have made
aueflort to break up this dastardly busi
ness, they have gone w ide oi ihe mark of
accomplishing their purpose. It is well
known that there is a gang of men who
make their headquarters here, who
gain a livelihood by fleecing green
eys of whatever they possess, by
three card montc and other like games,
who by the neces-ary vigilence of the
officers, could bo brought to grief. While
in conversation with a couple of gentle
men yesterday morning, we were In
formed that every day upon the arrival
and departure of trains these men may
be seen posted about the depots, waiting
for victims, and it suddenly occurred
to us that if such sights are so
easily detected by citizens, officers of
the law, who aro versed in the ways of
these scoundrels, should certainly be
able to ferret them out. It has become a
common thing for men to come to
Cairo with fine watches, or a well tilled
purse, and leave without them. This is
a very deplorable state of affairs, but it is
nevertheless true.and no stone should be
left unturned by the city guardians to
put an end to these shameful crimes.
Mrs. C. M. Howe is sojourning in
Miss Nute, ot Chicago, is visiting at
the residence of Capt. W. P. Halliday
in this city.
Mr. W. II. Morris has recovered
from his late severe attack of illness, and
is again able to attend to office duties.
Miss Alice Torter, who has been vis
iting her uncle, Mr. Joseph Smith In this
city for several months, returned to her
home in Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. W.H.Morrls and Miss Lilla Mor
ris left this city yesterday afternoon.
The former goes to Wisconsin, w here she
w ill remain some time. The latter goes
to her home In the northern part ot this
Mr. Fred. Davis, having forsakeu the
dredge boat business, has takeu charge ot
the Cairo Box and Basket factory, in
the place of Mr. Messier, the recent sun.
erinteudent of that institution, who has
accepted a position elsewhere.
Mrs. Charley Austin, wife of Conduc
tor Charley Austin, and Miss Mary Al
bright and Miss Ida Williams, of Jones
boro, came to Cairo Saturday, and parti
cipated in the excursion ol Saturday
night. 1 lie party returned to their homes
via the narrow gauge yesterday morn
ing. Mr. Z. D. Mathuss, of Chicago, ar
rived in Cairo yesterday morning. lie
Informs us that Mrs. L' hi is much im
proved In health and that hopes ot her
spceuy and entire recovery are now enter
tained. Tliis w ill be welcome, news to
the many friends of this estimable lady
We shall uot mention uames. It Is not
necessary. The trouble was all about a
woman, and the trial took place before
Judgo Bross, 'The principals were a
merchant and another nice young gentle
man. The former, a few davs since, was
informed by friends that the 1 atter sus
pected him ol too much intimacy with
the wife, whom .he has hut .recently took
to ht boioin. That he had armed him
self with a sling-shot, and Was "looking
lorhlm." The merchant, very natural
ly became uneasy, and procured a little
battery of artillery. It hapimd that
the friends of Ihe merchant, were also
friends of the nice young man, and they
told the nice young man that the mcr
euant "haJ It in for him." On Saturday
night the merchant met the nice young
man in company with two other men,
strangers to him, and as he pased them
on the street, heard tliein mumble sus
piciously. His uneisiness increased, and
yesterday lie had the nice young mm ar
rested for tbe purpose of putting him
under bonds to kerp the peace. The
witnesses were all subpifnaed and the
trial went on, but nothing could be
proven on the nice young man. The
mutual friend came forward and tcstilled
that it was all a "put up job," jast for a
little fun, ami the defendant was dis
Henry I.eifer was arrested by i hief
Gossinan for being intoxicated, and fined
two dollars and costs by Judge Bird
Henry went to the calaboose for two
days in default of paj uient.
Peter Champion, Sylvester Freeman
.and Matthew Osborne were arrested by
Officer Shechan for jumping on the Illi
nois Central passenger train yesterday
afternoon. They were taken before
Judge Bird, who fined them one dollar
and costs each. The managers of the Illi
nois Central, and the officers of the city
argdtstcrmined to break up this dangerous
that so extensively prevails with
many foys and men who lounge about
Caiko, III., Monday Evening)
July 10, ls7G.
'I here has been very little change in
the situation of business since Thursday.
The weather has been rather changable,
rains having fallen Saturday night, Sun
day and this morning. This evening it
Is cloudy and cool. The rivers are rising
The flour market has been very quiet
since our last Issue, and sales have
been lew. This morning, however, there
was a very fair !einand for choice grades
of Hour, which are scarce with commis
sion men. Low and medium grades are
in good supply. The demand for them
There is very little demand for hay
The market is full, but about all that is
being sold is bought by the local trade.
Corn is in very good supply. There is
but little activity in the market, with
prices ruling the same as quoted on
The receipts of oats for the past two
weeks have been unusually light, and
there is very little In the market. The
demand since Thursday has been rather
There is not much Inquiry for meal.
Country is held at $2.25. City is selling
at the wune tlgures. There is a good sup
ply of both. Bran is unusually quiot.
The butter market has been pretty well
cleaned out, and is in food condition tor
shippers, choice northern hutter wi?
sell readily at good prices. Fresh eggs
are in good demand.
There has leen considerable poultry
coming into market from the country
during the past two w eeks, w hich finds
ready sale. The market is now bare, and
young chickens are in active demand.
Small lruits are still in very good de
mand , but raspberries have declined in
price, owing to the large quantities ot
blackberries that are coming into market.
JtetfOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Choice grades are scarce in the hands
of merchants. The demand is fair. Low
and common grades are in good supply
and quiet. Sales noted were 45 barrels
various grades, city $1 50; 200 barrels
various grades $3 50C 50.
There is an overstock of all grades.
The demand is confined to the local busi
ness. Sales in round lots being made
are very few. We note the sale ol one
car common mixed, f9; one car com
mon mixed $0.
The market is well supplied. The de
mand is light. We note .the sale ot 1
car white in bulk, 45c ; 2 cars white in
bulk, 45c; 1 car white in sa.ks, deliver
ed at points below, 48c.
The demand for choice oats is good.
The supply is light. Wo note the sale of
1 car Southern Illinois, 3i
Country and city are In good supply,
with a light demand. We note the sale
of 1 car city steam dried, $2 25 ; country
Is held at $1 25.
Bran is plenty and dull. We note the
sale of 350 sacks $10 50.
Butter Is scarce. Choice Northern Is In
active demand. Sales noted were 5 pack
ages choice Southern Illinois, 18c; 300
lbs Southern Illinois, l llGc.
Fresh eggs aro in good demand. We
note the sale of 400 dozen, D&lOc.
Young chickens are In active demand.
There are none in market. We note the
sale of 1 coop old hens, $3.25.
There is a fair demand for small fruits.
We note the Bale of 12 crates red rasp
HIDES AND FL'IIS.
FiKs Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 60; No. 3 $1; No. 4 50c. Otter No.
l$0;No. 2$1; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
M Ink-No. 1 $1 ; No. a 75c ; No. 3 00c ;
! No. 410c. l!acroon No. 1 70c; No. 2
1 ! No. 3 i!0o ; Nu, 4 10c. F,kiinI.--No.
I . No. 2 Kh-; Nri. .1 snc: n. 4 isc.
Fox--Gray-No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; N. 3
50c; red i ox No. 1 II; No. 2 7V.
Opossum-No. 1 1(V ; No. 2 ;' No. 3,
oc. .m uikrat -No. 1 20e No. S 15c No.
3 10c. Bcnr-Nrt. t tlO; No. 3 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4 11. Woif-fMotintaiii No. 1
f i 60; No. 2 $1 7X 1 fin 3 U ; No. 1 75cj,
rrairie Wolf No. J $1 25 ; No. 2 50c,
Wild ( at 2.V. lLtrTse Cat 1(V. Badg-er
Siif.h- Pki.ts Ureen 75c (5; $1 25 ; dry
40 (.1) HOe shearings 10 20c.
Wn quota salt In car load lots. $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. 0
the sale of 150 bid, $2 50.
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon 011
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton. lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$3 25; Ilauin or Harrlsbuig coal on
track tier load, lump, $27; nut. $Pj; de
livered per; ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal
car loads on track, $5 50 icr ton ; single
not. delivered, $r,.
War UtrAimntxT. Itrvrn kitpoirr,
I FT. lit. J FT. IS.
Cairn HI ? r 0 11
1'ittMburp 1 4 n t
Cincinnati I 11 .' 11 11
Ixmiarille 1 ft i X 7
NanhTille I .' s ,i :1
ft. Louis : 27 M I u
KvanBVille '. ; 11 1,
M-iiiIii j il '. n
Vickxtiuric I .1 7 X
New Orleani ...( 4 M X S
Hclow high wutcrof 1"7.
SVtXeatit, Siirnul .Service, I, s. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Grand Lake and tow, N. Orleans
" Capital City, Vlckshurg.
" J. I). Parker, Memphis.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" Hickory and tow, Tennes?ec ir.
City of Vieksburg, St. Louis.
' Bee and barges, St. Louis.
Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
" Bernard and tow, St. Louis.
Steamer Jiin Fisk, Paducah.
" Grand Lake, tow, St. Louis.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
Lilly, Ohio river.
" James O. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
Hickory and tow, St. Louis.
City ot Vieksburg, Vieksburg.
" Eddyville, Nashville,
" Bee and barges, N. O.
" Mary Miller, St. Louis.
" Chas. Morgan, Cincinnati.
The Ohio river was on a stand last
evening. The gauge marked 31 feet 2
inches. The weather is cloudy, with in
dications of rain. Business is quiet.
The United States light-house tender
Lilly, passed up the Ohio from the South
The Charles Morgan passed up yes
terday morning with a very light trip of
freight, but crowded with people. She
did uot land here.
The Capitol City passed up with a
fair trip. She discharged here 450 bales
The Mary Miller had a fair trip for
The Eddyville brought from Nash
Vine a good trip ol tobacco, iron and
ine James it. I'arker passed up
Sunday with a fair trip.
The Jim Fisk had a very good trip
from Paducah. She leaves again for that
port at 5 o'clock this evening.
The City of Vieksburg had a fair trip
for Memphis and Vieksburg, and added
The Arkansas Belle had a light trip,
as usual, from Evansville Sunday.
The Hickory passed down the Ohio
from the Tennessee river, with a tow of
staves for St. Louis.
Lyon's Kathairox makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray, it has stood the
test of 40 y'ears. is charmingly perfumed
and has uorival. 3-10-di&wly
The stockholders of the Firnt National
Bank are hereby uotilied to meet at uiy
otUce, Cairo, Ills., at ten o'clock, a. m., .Sat
urday, July, 1 jib, ISTii, to close up the af
fairs ol said bank. H. 11. CTNMKoiiAM,
Will ha received at uiy olice until 6 o'clock
P. M. 01 Friday, July '-!!, ls7U, lor tae re
moval ef all slops and garbage from tbe ho
tels and private ref ldunces of the city for a
period commencing Julyd and ending Oc
tober 1st. Said removals to be made once
each day during early morning or late in tbe
evening, (Sundays excepted) the w hole to
be done under tbe supervision of the Health
Officer. The city reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
J AS. W. STEWART,
7-6-Iit. City Clerk.
CeulennlMl Ex uralouUla.
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOL'THKBN U'V COMPANY
has, through its connections in tbe Went
and Nortbwebt, placed on sale a large
number of TouitisTS' Excursion Tickets
at greatly reduced rate., by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but eun, In addit
ion, visit tbe principal eatteru cities, w lib an
opportunity of stopping at any of the great
number of famous retorts In New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA BOUm
EUN is the only line from tbe west ruunlng
directly to Niagara Falls, giviug passen
gers, from the train, a wondrrlul panoramic
view ot the MfUHTV CATAUACT,
HOKtoE gUOE FALL, the UKKAT
It API DM, and landing tuew directly at the
Falls. The track of the CANADA SOUTH
EUN is an air line, laid with steel rails of
the heaviest pattern 5 there are no curves
or grades; wood is used for fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the WInobell Patent
Ventilator, ensuricg prefect frsedom from
dust. With Its complete ey teiu of uiagnlf
tfcntrAHLOlt 6LErTNU AND DlUVf-
INO BOOM CAR' from CHICAGO.
I'ETItulT ANO TOLEDO, and Its adnnr
able connections at NIAGARA KiMs
AND BUFFALO with the NEW Yt'ltK
CENTRAL AND F.I.IK KAILWA.S, the
Canada Southern i fast heconiini the
FAVORITE LINK TO TUEEAST. Tlikcts
via tbls popular line can he procured at ul
offices of connecting lines, or at the com
pany's own ofliccs.
Any Informal Inn em he obtained l.y nJ.
dressim? FRANK E. SNOW,
(len'l Tim. aid Ticket Ag't. Detroit.
t'., f. I.unkel a flitter Wine of "iron
has never been known to fail in the cure or
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diili
eulty of breathing, general w eakness, horror
ui .ii-ci,.-,-, vteua, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, nlht swents, cold teet,
w eakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot tho muscular svstcm,
enormous appetite with dyapeptln "sjnip.
tonis, hot hands, ilasblni? of the holy, dry.
ness of tho skin, nalliii pmnin,. .;.
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood.
... ..... n, 111. v 1 U v. 01 ine eyeiiu,
frequent black apot llvinif before the eves
W illi temporary sullisioii and los of aisht
want ui attention, etc. TIipsp sviuptouw
nil arls0 from n weakness, and to remedy
that, ue E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ot
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoym health who have used it. Take
only E. F. Kuiikel".
Meware of counterfeits anil base imita
tions. A Hunkers Hitter Wine of Iron is
so well knonn all nser tbe coun'ry. drii".
Cists themselves make an imitation and try
to palm it otf on their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's liuter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's Hitler Wino of Iron i put up
only in ft bottles and ba a yellow wrapper
nicoly put on the ou'slde with the pro.
prntor's photograph on thn wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on Ihe outside, and you will always
lie sure to f;et the genuine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for .'). Sol 1 by druggtMn and
ALL WORMS KKMoVKD ALIVE.
L". F. Kunkel's Worm Svrtip never fulls
to destroy Pin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkcl. the only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive. With head, ami no f.m until
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Ktin.
ke, No. U.YJ North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your drutr!?lst and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Svrup.
Prioe.fl.no. It never fails.
II ASK NrAIF.-IF.NT.
The fnllowlnir In Ike romlitlnn rr iliu iu.i.
dcr County Hank on July HU, ItiTm
Hill" riveivable l"..211 1,7 !
mic iroin nun eh 14. mm 11.1
t ash on Hand lft,o.'4 (
HitiSt and Ftirnititre S.min 011
KpciiM-s, laxt", etc ,40 17
si, .14 in
Capital Stock, S " , 1 "00 iki. (1'aid in) .j.'i.ooo on
UCHI8IIH .r4 ,7liO 21
Karninns a '4W1 ,a
1'roilt and Lots 44 in
F. HIlOSsi, I'rc-i.lent.
il. WKl.I.sl. Ca-hifr.
Subscrilied and sworn to ln-1'ure inc. a Notary
I'nlilic in and lor the t.'uiinly of Alrxumlcr,
this .Inly 3d, ls;ii.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - $100,000
W IV HALLIDAV. Prealdent
1I1.NUY I. IIAl.UtlAV, Vict
A . B SAKHltl, CAKhier
WAI.TKK UVisLOl'. Ass'lTtt
R. Staats Taylor, R H. CCMmmiiiAU,
H I.. IUllipat, W. 1'. Hauiday,
(J. D. WlLLIAMHo.l. 8TEPHEH lilllD,
A . Ii. SArruitu.
Ezchango, Coin and United States
T j r 1 "
-tiuuu-i xjuuKni ana aoia.
TEPOSITS n-wiveil una generul banking
una 1 ns uunc .
B T)asa nMt, II l'..l 1 r
7 iii'at-. 1- rirui, t iir, v n.-s u n- .
f. N-ff, Vice 1'rea't. X. Kcrlh, Aunt, aali'r
2orner Commercial Ave. and Bth Street
K. liropa, C'uiro. Wru. Kluire, f'airo.
I'. Nell, Cairo. Win. Wnlie, (.'uiro.
A . Sti.nnka, C'uiro. It I.. lllllinKslcy, t. Lottie
K. lludcr, ialro H. Wells, Cairo.
k'. II. Drintlimn, M. l.mua.
.eniHl nnnkluy Hualuea Done.
l3"Excbaiitre sold and boUKlit Interest paid
B tue Huvinjcs Dt pHrtiiii ut. I olltvtious wmle,
nd all bMsiuuss proinptly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. Ii. 8AFFOK1I, President.
8 a TAVLOit, VieelTesiileiit.
W. liYbUU'. Sec'v and Xreasurer.
P.W. Bahclay, Cua. Uauoueh,
F. M. STOcarLETU, Fai l tl. Hchiii,
ft. U. Cumnimoham. 11 L. Halliday,
J. U. I'UlLLlh.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rata ol kit
pcroeut. per annum, March 1st and Hvpuui
jut 1st. lnterusl not wllhdrawu is a.lded iuuue
liately to the irincipal of tlie ileKit, therebv
-iviux Uieui couiuouud iutcrvst.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open erery busluegaday IVoiu9a.ui. to S p.m.
ad tiaturilay evening fur saving deiiosiu only
(out H to o'clock.
W. HYSX.OP. TrMeiuer.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waehlnytoa nd Ooaasiarclal
veauee, adjoininar Uanny'e.
KEEPS for aale the beat Beef, Perk. Muttoa
Veal, Lamb, tiauaaee, ao.. and U pre
k. w mi miuui panHft aui m v 1
pr4 k erve fauutUtai la aa eoneptoble di
wit t. 01 r tit
In nil Their lr)iarrnienu
Colutueucinrf Hay let, 1878.
-Rich Black Silks
The M.j-t Celebrated l.vor. Looms,
At SI !J.T Keiluced from l Ot
At Wl .VO ltcliicd iroin l K7,
At l T.l Itctured from ft a,,
At fl'i MI Itcilurcil from
At Oc Itedtu-ed from fll 13,
At HI OO lUtliiod Iron 91 a.,
At a. I a.! Iieilucil from SI ,
At VI .10 Iteduued iroin SI HO.
e:e:a:;: :;;v:lt:e; in hi:: coods
la Cainel's Hair. Clicviots, and Da mas sec , Re
dnccd to ' ', srt, !m cents 1, from I2
tt 'O, 1 and l Oil.
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fashionable Fabric and Colors, ot
12c. Reduced from lc.j
I Ho Reduced from title;
tf'ic lledueeil from Sri
'J.lc Rediiced from S7t'(
Former price SOc to ftflc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At fn, $HH aad fjlJl, Formarly Sold at '200,
-'J and l v.
lh and MA Stella Shwls
At 1'; itj and $0
Reduced from $'i0, ' und 4i'..
LLA-A, 0T70a!AK& SHETLAND SHAWLS
At.'l 2 toS'i- Reduced Irom S3 tos.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Ijitcut Paris Stylet from S10 1'jiwanls, tru
hracinu (he choicest novelties tt
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An l.iiintiise Stock of Mnat neautiAil and
All at Very CJreat Reduction.
I.inlit's', C hildren's nnd Gcntlonien'
The licot KortUHh, French and (ieriiian (inodt,
All Marked ut Lowest Poesihltt 1'rice.
Are thoroughly fctocked with the bent
trood.t, ut the lowest package prices, beau
tiful Ainericun piiuu at 5c. and 6c. per
rard ; atundurd 4 4 blenched good at Mc ;
I.oDtdalo HhiitiUL's ut New York
Mills, VJlc; and ot fheetiUB at lilo.
TASLS AKO 0THS& LIKENS
Ju all the Various iiradca, ut Uanrsina.
(WhU-U we keep at tho Grand Street tor
ouly), we are olteriii KiikIiQ and Auieri-
cuu tupe.tnea at f i, former price ft lo; ,
body lruaels at (1 ."x, luruter price 1 HO;
all-wool liintiu at Too., former price. IH)e.;
three ply nigraine ut HI 'H, loriner pilce.
i do; otiiiotua at iiuc. to iw; turtuer
prleei.oOc. to 87e.
Saiuplc of good, and catalogue of la
Uiea' and mic' suit aud uiualia uuder
wear, and iofanu' outtiin, aent Ireeof tharge
to all aectioun of the I'nlted htatea.
Kulua tor aolt-nieasureiuanl aeut oo appli
cation to all parte ol the eouutry.
Order for good of all kiud will be care
fully attended to, and the good packed
and forwarded without charge. jaji4-w?tn
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.