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ASCA1X)M LOUQI5, NO. M.
Rolahta of Pythias, nseetJ every Fri
day nlirht It balf-putt as-ven, la Odd
fellows' Hall IIowb.
( hanorllor Commander.
, ALEXANDER 1XVDOK, NO. M.
Iviepeadesil OnW of dd-reU
V, J lowe, im(i every TharvUy nUrht
xnnnmeial ivnw, between hUtt id J Be vent h
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t.uno kscampmjlxt, i. o. o. f.. mu
vyin0.ld-ll.ws' Uall oath Intuil Uiird
ursday is every month, at balf-paal eeren
J Ho HjjoaatAJLC I'
ft CAIIIOLOtHiK.KO.SST.A.r. 4 A.M.
Hold regular cvornmnolcatioae In Me
ItiT ionic Hull, corner Commercial aveaue
and fcigbth atreet, no tbe second and
Vurth Monday of each month .
J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
exchange fur BU Louis pmierty.
Tlia south halt of the J'ilot" houw at
Good two story brick store room on
Commercial arrnu hMen Eleventh
A bice brick residence on Sixth be
tweeri Commercial and Washlnrrton avr
imc. Cottage on Hixth street near Yab.
Cottage on Eighth street near Wal-
Dwelling, corner Twenty-fourth and
First floor of brick dwelling corner
ZVineteenUi and Poplar streets.
Cottaife on Fourth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, went of Wal
CotUfye on Fourteenth street, weft
of Washington avenue, 111
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
tvenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, wt ol
Jommcrciul avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cros street, wen
oi Washington avenue.
Biwiness bouse on Levee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Commercial avenue.
-Store room on Commercial avenue,
aext to Waverly hotel. $10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
treet, $0. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
rwen Twenty-second and Twenty-thrd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 60.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
Uouse on Commercial avenue, near
10 th tree t. Suitable for business and
J welling, $15.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In Uret-clasa
Dwelling house on Sixth street bud
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
se". Rent low, to a good tentnt,
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms lu various part ol the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lauds, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
t tt sanlalns of Colorado
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip th keta to Denver, only $ort, allowing
stop-off privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
ilanitou and Pike's Peak, jow emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the " San
J nun Guide," address,
T. J. Axdersuk,
Gen, Pat. Aft.,
7-l$lf Tofkka, Kan.
AM. 1 I.aaadrjr.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial are,
nties, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the siry, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find 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, 6c ; twe collars, 5e ;
two haudkerchiefs, 5c; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c ; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' underware, fine
and conrse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-U.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. 6-28-tf.
Kedhefler a Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard,
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater of 1874, aud the bctt in A world.
For sale by Chas. W. Henderson, general
dealer in stoves, tin aud hollow ware
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. C-27-lm
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, la the place to get a
iasulonable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else In the barber lino. La
dies' and chlldreus' hair cut or dressed,
eituer at the snop or their homes.
We at authoriierl In announce Joll H.
ROMIVHOM aa a Candida' for Mieriffof Ales-
ander county, at the coming eotiuty election.
We are authorised to annouiie that B. A. Kd-
aauadaoalaen indraeadeat Kruublieaa rand I -
4ani lor Sheriff, at tM enrnias count t election.
Wa are anthoriaed tAatiBoaa PF.TKR SALT.
for an Independent naadfciata for sheriff of Al
eianderoountr, at the entuinf cutinly elertion.
KATCA OF ADVEBtTIKIJIU.
El All bills tor dTertiainf , are due and .ay
Traaaient advertising will tie laaertol at the
rata of tl 00 per aquara fnr tlx frit Ineertion
and 8" oenU for each subsequent OM A lijxral
diaeoant will be male oa standing and displ
For lnaertlBg Funeral notice. SI 00 Sotireoi
meeting of incietiea or aerrat orders 6" rents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notice
will only be Inserted aa adverUeameata
No advertisement will be received at lea than
SO cents, and no advertisement will tie inverted
for leas than threa dollars per month
SATURDAY. JULY 22. 1S7C.
Strati Waathar atari.
Calbo. III., Julv 'il , le6
Bab. J Ton.
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J AXI tS WATSON,
PfTzeant. Signal herrU1. 1'. 8. A .
The police court were very dry of
Envelopes cheaper tlmn ever at the
Bi u.eii.s- ofllne.
The rivers are declining and the pool
of water "lake Edwards" has about
Young Casper, the German who was
gored by a mad bull in one of the slaugh
er honses on Sunday, is well again.
Tilden and Hendricks are booming in
Cairo. They will be supported by near
ly all the whites and a number of colored
The Invlnclbles met at their hall on
Ohio levee last evening, and after trans
acting some business, had their first
Company A of the Tildeu and Hen
dricks Sweepers, will assemble on Ohio
levee this evening at eight o'clock and
"rally round" the big pole.
Everything that is new iu the line of
ladies' and gentleman's calling cards can
be bad at the Bcllktin office. Cards
printed equal to copper plates.
The scorching sun of the past week
has been too much for the rain water in
Locust grove and other low places in the
city, and It la disappearing very fast.
Our friend Jack el, proprietor of the
Thalia saloon, lost a fine cow on Thurs
day, which he valued at seventy-five
dollars. The hot weather caused her to
31r. Harvey Woldridge, of the Illinois
Central railroad, yesterday became the
father of a sixteen pound girl. He is six
Inches taller to-day than he was yester
day. The street superintendent can find a
halt-day's work if he will examine the
sidewalk on the east aide of Washington
avenue near sixteenth street. There is a
bed break there.
Levy, the hide and fur dealer, has
about finished the tilling of his lot on
Washington avenue. There Is consider
able of this kiad of work going on
throughout the city.
A meeting of the Deniocratio countv
central committee will be held at the
office of tho chairman, corner ot Eight
eenth treet and Washington avenue,
this (Saturday) morning at 9 o'clock.
Harvest Is about over, r nd wheat and
oats cared for and put awav. the irreat
bulk of It In excellent condition. Re
ports from all quarters of the prospect for
an abundant corn crop are encouraging.
Governor Dougherty of Jouesboro.
has been In Cairo for several days. Time
seems to deal gently with the old tren-
tieman, and though he is riDe in Years
he appean as bale and hearty as a robust
There will probably be a uiectin? ot
the city council this afternoon, to tuko
action ou the bids for the removal of irar-
bage during the summer months. The
bids were opened by the city clerk yes
The Hayes and Wheeler Vindicators
met in their hall on last evening, for the
purpose of permanently organizing, and
lor the flection of officers. Col. McJvealg
and Captain Jewett Wilcox will soon
turn them loose upon the streets
The Riverside base ball rlnh of
Mound City will come to Cairo to-mor
row afternoon, and merure strength
with a nicked nine of this rlrv. TIia or ii inn
will take place on the g rounds outsido ol
the Mississippi levee, near the narrow
gauge railroad turnUble.
The Hon. Oscr Turner of Ballard
county, Kentucky,-, was in the city yestcr-
uay. air. i urw is a candidate lor con
gress trotn hla district on the Democratic
ticket, and when In Cairo was ou his re
turn from Fulton, where ho delivered an
address on Wednesday.
The Cairo City Qas company has tho
contract tor putting up the elegant
chandeliers In the cabin ot the Robert E.
Lee, and began the work on Thursday.
Three chandeliers are r.f aolul l.ras,
highly polished and enrved, and rnt
four hundred dollars racU.
Bill Scott U not happy. . If never will
t) happy again until he gets even with
the Cairo and Vlnrcnnes railroad com
pany. Though defeated before United
States Commissioner Candee, Hrott says
he proiose to try another course.
Dr. Wardner. as administrator of the
estate of Louis .lorgcnsen. tloreaseti,
offers the store honse nt the corner of
Twentieth street and Washington ave
nue for s at a great bargain. Here
Is a c.hnnrc lor profitable investment.
Delegates to the Democratic senatorial
and representative convention to be held
at .fonesboro on the 3,1 day ol August,
are renuested to meet af. the office of
John Q. Harman, corner of Sixth street
and Ohio levee, over Walder's store, this
evening for the purposn ot oonnltation.
A man named Knight wa up before
.Tudaro Bross yesterday charged with
mistreating a little boy named Htevens
The complaint was made by the boy's
step-father. John Steven, but his honor
could not see wherein ho had the right
to punish Knight for the snppoed crime,
and he was dlscharecd.
Rachacl Kiuer was arretted on mtu-
(ilaiut ol another ertlored woman named
May ham for iiing offensive language.
She was up before Judge Bird for trial
but his honor could see nothing in the
case and Richael was allowed to depart
without suflering any punishment at the
hands of the law, but very liable to get
a biif head nut on her at the hand' of
Mrs. Henry Elliott and Misse Annie
and Bettie Elliott leit this rity via the Illi
nois Central train yesterday afternoon
Mrs. Elliott iroes to Eexlneton, Ken
tucky, aud Mis Annie to Cincinnati,
Ohio, where they will remain some
weeks. Miss Bettie has eonc to .fones
boro, where she will be the guest of Miss
The delegates to the Representative
convention, to be held at Jonesboro on
the 3d day ot August next, from Alexan
der county, are requested to meet at the
office ot the undersigned on Saturday
evening next, f.t o'clock, for consulta
tion. By request, of a majority of the
John- y. Harman, Chairman.
Jim SumerwcU's big pole was brought
to the city yesterday. The lower join
of the pole measures one hundred am
one feet high, three feet at the butt and
thirteen Inches at the top. To this ' will
be added a hickory top eighty-live tee
high, making the polo when put up
about one hundred and eighty-five feet
The poles were cut in Doctor's slough
iu Kentucky, and towed to the city by
the ferry boat Throe States.
The Mound City Patriot denies that
Dr. Ilrowu, ot tlua4jr la la poor iealU
declares that he has no Intention of re
moving to Wisconsin, etc. Well, our
young man who wears sleeve buttons
on his breeches legs, a section of'sav log
for sleeve buttons, a big yaller log
chain to a small silver watch, and In
tends to have his ears bored, assures uj
that he got all his information from the
The Paducuh .Vmcs, of a late date says .
"Hon. Dave Linegar, of Cairo, has "come
out from among the l'oul party' aud is
now a Tilden and Hendricks Democrat.
It was reported once that we hung Dave,
but it wasn't so, and Dave's lively and
portly presence will support our denial
of the statement. We welcome 'Dave'
into the Democratic church, and predict
that he will do much towards the exter
mination ofthe. Grant 'Goliahs.' "
On Saturday night at halt after !l
o'clock, Fred, llothuinr. will spread a
grand lunch at Centennial Beer Hall,
corner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue. The proprietor ot the Centen
nial Beer Hall has become famous for
spreading the finest luuches offered the
people of Cairo, and on this occasion he
will make an extra eflort to please his
patrons and friends. His beer is fresh
from the ice, and U the finest beverage
to be had iu the city. Don't forget the
lunch on Saturday night 7-20-2t
The arrivals at the Si. Charles yester
day, were Frank M. Zook, St. Louts;
Miss Nellie Thomas and May Berryhill,
St. Louis; John Aukclrock, Cincinnati;
T. B. Watklns and wife, M. and O. It. It. ;
W. II. Farwood, Cincinnati ; W. Cliam
berlin, Chicago; J. Slmiall, Mississippi;
J. II. Woddaa, Bedford, lnd. ; W. F.
Lopp, Evansvllle; M. K. Parrot, New
York; J. K. Maynard, Boston; Harry
Puysm, Chicago; T. B. (Jluz.ebrook,
Indianapolis ; T. Stausbury aud 11. Stans
Vurry, Vermilion, La.; W. S. Kcnnear,
Mr. W. S. Edsou, well-known to many
In Cairo, whose headquarters arc now in
St. Louis, was in the city yesterday. M r.
Kidson is under the impression that Til
den and Hendricks are doomed to terri
bly disappoint the liadicals ot Illinois. Ho
bases his belief upon the reports ol trav
eling men who reside iu St. Louis, and
who traverse this State from end to end,
that she will give a Democratic majority
of twenty thousand. These men, he says,
arc well posted as to politics, and declare
that such u revolution of sentiment ban
never taken place in the State as will be
shown by the November election.
Gentle Gerould lias returned front
Vincenncs, where lie went to inspect the
uew gas works ot that city. Ho left
Cairo with thirty men, whom he took to
that place to work ou tho works. They
are being built by Davis, Farnum & Co.,
of Waltham, Mass., and Gerould say
they w ill be the iincbt aud most com
plete set of works iu the state of Indiana.
The machinery is all of the latest aud Im
proved patents, and tho manufacture of
gas will begiu in about ten days. A
number of the stockholders of the new
Vlneennes works are also holders ol
stoett in the Cairo City Oas company.
Among the distinguished vision In
Cairo yesterday were Captain James and
Mm Howard, of Jeflersonville, Indiana.
These gentlemen are probably the most
f.imous steamboat builders la the United
States. Their yards are at .) nvrsonville,
and from them have came the mamniotli
and celebrated cotton carrier James
Howard, which boat wai named In honor
of Captain James Howard, one of the
rentlemen referred to above. The Robt.
E. I.oc, now receiving the llnlshlng
touches at our wharf, was also built by
the Howards, and promises to be the
fastest Steamer that ever piled the
Western waters. We understand that
they are here for the purpose of inspect
ing the Lee after she has been completed
and h&s: received htf furniture. The
boat Is expected to be ready for work
within a few days.
In yesterday's Bci.i-f.iix we married
our young friend Mr. Will Pitcher to a
young lady named Miss Rece, whose
home, we were tnder the impression.
n in ITnntavSle. A 1:1. We were
"culled" on bv the restwcU-d parent of
Mi. Pitcher yesterdty, who gave us the
information that his son had not been
married, and that the lady whom ho did
not marry, was not a resident of Hunts
vllle, but of Montgomery. He enlightened
us further. His sos i not in tho employ of i
the Mississippi Central railroad, but oc
cupies the position of agent for the
Adams and Southern express companies
at Columbus. From this, we take it, we
were fclightly mixed i.but to mix things
is not unuual fof us), and hasten to cor
rect our mistake. Mr. Pitcher, however,
will be married on Tuesday. The name
of his bride-to-be Is Miss Reese, whom we
have been assured, since our "interview"
with the father, U a beautiful, accom
plished and wealthy lady, and if William
didn't or don't marry her, then he w ill
make a mistake.
We publish a denial by Mr. D. Axtellt
division superintendent of the St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern railway
compan', Cairo division, of the report
that confidence men tire plying their
avocation on that road. We reported
what a hotel keeper told us, and willingly
give place to the denial ot Mr. Ax tell.
We have been informed by an oltieer of
Alexander county that the eontldence
men have all been driven oil Mr. Axtell's
road, and are now at work on the Mis
sissippi Central, in Ballard county. If
the officers of that county would give a
little attention to this matter, they might
run the rascals off the Central. It
is said that one, 11 not more, of these
confidence operators lives in Cairo, and
one of them (we are informed) has threat
ened to do violence to the timid young
man who writes the local columns of this
paper, if the timid young man neg
lects to not let him and his pards alone.
When next we get a point ou him, we
intend to give his name in lull; and if
I then ha mnkea a row ntoout it. we will
take some trouble to bleak his jaw bone.
He is too vulnerable to make many
threats, and if he continues making
them will be called upon to make his
threats good or show the white leather.
We're little, but good I.ord ! when we
get after a fellow like ibis confidence
rascal we are terrible almost an army
with banners. "You hear me, now," a
the boys say.
Superintendent Aalell Denies.
Cairo, III., July 21, 1876.
Editor Bi li ktis : In your Issue of
this morning is an item to the effect that
four different parties haJ complained to
a hotel keeper that they had been beaten
out of money on the trains of the Cairo,
Arkansas and Texas, or Mississippi Cen
tral railways within the last six days,
and calling upon the managers of those
roads to look Into the matter. As no
complaints of this nature have reached
the managers of this road within six
days or six months, and until some evi
dence is produced that this hotij keeper
is not "drawing on his imagination for
his facts," I beg that you will retract so
much of this item as refers to the Cairo,
Arkausas nnd Texas railway.
D. Axtsll, Div. Supt.
1 will continue the sale of books
stationery and musical goods as hereto
fore at Kobbins' Musical Bazar, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or in jobbing lots will consult
their Interest by purchasing now.
I will receive bids for either stock of
goods in bulk at any lime.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale of books aud station
ery pertaining the estate of IV, B.
Hoekwell fc Co.. and tho stock of mu
sical goods belonging to the estate ot C
Uobbins A Co.,
AT ITUI-lO AUCTION,
aud continue the same from day to day
until these entire stocks are dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
offered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. Geouok Fisher, Assignee,
Of W. B. Itookwell, bankrupt, an 1 C.
Bobbins 4 Co., bankrupts.
Cairo 'July 21st, 1S7C. 7-22-tt
TilUeu aud Hendricks Nm eepera-At.
leuHon.t o. a.
There will bo a business meeting of tho
above named company at tho Arguf
journal office, on this (Saturday) evening,
at half-past eight sharp. Thoe absent
ing themselves will be sent for bv a
corporal's guard, as we wuut to be In the
campaign early euouglt to Miow for
cibly that we are l;i favor of Tilden
Jessk Mt llAKfiic, Cap). Co. A.
Hkrman Lew. 1st Serg't.
At Winter & S'-cwarl's auction rooms
tliU (Saturday) evening, 7::i0 o'clock,
the elegant crimson rep sot. Ticket
holders will please be on hand punctu
The following Is a list of letters re
maining unetlled for in the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day. 22 July :
Ladies Uaine, Katie 1; Carl, Clara
S.; Green, Ellen; Malone, Mrs. J.; Mc-
Elmer, Judy; Parker, Maud; Rodford,
Amanda; Shepard, Bety; Voice, Ellen.
(ents Ralfrey, Mr.; Blue, Sam; Culp,
Wm.; Dayton, fieo. E.; Glas
gow, K. ill.; navens, rs. js.
Jtnnings, Wm.; Kennedy, Henry;
Lunch, las.; Marshall, C. P.; Mohelcn-
kamp, 11.; Memeling, .1.; May, Samuel;
Montgomery, W. D.; Poole, A. W.; Pat
terson, Steve; Russell, A.; Robinson,
John; Simpson, It.; Simmon", A.; Shel
by, Wes.; Wilbtirn, Frank.
Persons desiring any of the above let
ters should please say "Advertised.''
Gko. W. McKeaki. P. M.
What at l4idjr Hnya.
I am sure no cooking stove that was
ever made has given so great satisfaction
as the Charter Oak. The arrangement of
the flues is such as to always Insure good
draft and quick, uniform baking which
enables tho housekeeper to do a large
kitchen work with a moderate quantity
of fuel; the reservoir is unusally large
and supplies all the hot water reqnried
l.eallier antl Fludins.
At the store room or C. Koeh, on
rommerciai avenue. N'o. no, below Sixth
ttreet) may j0l,n,i a txi assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made hoots nnd
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. fi-24-tf
This popular saloon, corner Fourteen th
treet and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf A. Krat s, Proprietor.
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
lnz out or turning gray. Jt has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norival. 3-10-d&wly
Was Dbfartmbst. Rivbb Ripot, )
July I'l.lrfltl J
STATION. LOW WATCH. CIIANOS.
ft. IK. n. IN.
Cairo i 31 10 .'
I'lttsbur? 3 -' 2
Cincinnati 14 t I
Louinville . 7 4 1
Nashville 1 2 0
St. Uiuis .'. ; h II
Kvaneville ! ' 0
Meinph.1 ........ .... .... -r. 1')
Vicksbur t X I
New Orlius 6 3 Xn 1
Helow hiifh water of 1T4.
Sergeant, Signal Service, L 8. A .
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" E. M. Norton, St. Louis.
" A. J. Baker, tow, Ohio.
Mary Miller, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Mary Miller, Pittsburg.
The Oiiio river declined five Inches
iu the 24 hours ending at five o'clock
last evening. The guage marked at that
time 31 feet 10 inches. The weather has
been cooler than for the past ten days.
Business is quiet,
Captain James and John , Howard,
the celebrated steamboat builders of Jef
fersonville, are lu the city.
The Lee is fast approaching comple
tion. Her chandeliers are being put up.
They are of solid brass, and cost four
hundred dollars each.
The A. J. Baker passed down with a
tow of logs.
The JametFisk had a good trip irom
The E. M. Norton came in from St.
Louis with two barges of ore for the
Ohio river, and went back to St. Louis.
The Liberty will take the ore from this
port to its destination. '
The Mary Miller passed up irom St.
Louis for Pittsburg with a very good trip.
She struck a log a short distance above
this city aud puuehed a small hole in her
hull, and was leaking rather freely on
arriving here. Diver Hiram Hill went
to work ou her, however, aud while she
took on 97 sacks ot shipstufts for Cin
cinnati, made the necessary repairs, and
she left about two o'clock.
Valuable Properly For Mala.
The property at the corner of Twentieth
street anil Wutiiuy toil aveuua, now occu
pied by F. Uealy as a druj? More. For
terms, etc.. amily tn Da H vvuiiri;.
Aiioi r. exuite l.oui .lorenson, ueu u.
Kealdeora Boat for Hal.
The uuderxifiird will sell a resldenca
boat, now moored tn the Ohio river oppo
site Pat. Corcoran' hoarding house. The
boat is well lituu up for a c lulortahln
residence, the cabin being thirty-five feet
lu length by twelve in width, and the hull
lorty feet by twelve. The boat will be sold
at a low price ou reasonable term. In-
uulro at Mr. Metcalfa grocery, opponltc the
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COUn llOUSe, Of ai Ilia. viaiKu m iuo
convent. mrs. makv ualaua..
Will be received at my olliee until 6 o'clock
P. M. of Friday, Juiy 121, l7t, for Ihe
inoval of all slops and garbage from the ho
tels and private reaidvnoea ol the city for a
lerinit . oinmnncini! Julv 22ud. aud ending
October 1st. Said removals to be nude
once each day during early mornliiK or late
in the eveninjt. (Sundays excepted) tho
whole to be done uuder the auperviaiou of
Ihe lieallh OtUcer. 1 he city reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
If An, It . Q I I- ..
City C!i r'i.
B. r. UMMkcra Hitter Wlae af lro
has never been known to fail In the curs of
weakness, attended wllu symptoms; India,
position to exertion, loss of memory, diui
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling;, dread
ful horror of death, nijht sweau, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uul
versal lassitude ol the muscular system,
enormous spoilt with dyspeptle symp
toms, hot hands, Hashing ot the bojy, dry.
nest of tho skin, pallid countsnat ce sua
eruptions On the face, rmrifrlnff th l.lnod.
pain in the back, heavines ol tha erelids,
frequent hlsek spots fifing before the eves
with temporary miffUion and Iom fit si'ht.
want ot attention. ei mesa symptom
II arise from a weakne, and to r- medv
that, use K. F. Kunkcl's Ititter Wine of
Irni. It never falls. Thousands re now
ruoyinz health who have used it. Take
only K. K. Kunkel's.
Mewara or eotintertrils arid lise Imita
tions. As Kunkel'a hitter Winn of lion is
well khon-n all over the rountrv. time-
Rlts themselves makt an tinitution and try
10 piutn it on on tueir ruMomer, wnen ttir j
rail for Kunkel's Hitter Wice of Iron.
Kunkei s Hitter wine of Iron is cut m
only in $1 nettle, and ha a yellow wrapper
niieiy put on the ou-strte with the pro-
prletor a photograph on tu wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for tliu photo
graph on 'be outi-Me, and you will always
e sure to tret tne genuine, tine uoiiar pet
bottle, or tlx fnr .. Hold by druggists and
ALL WORMS ItKMOVf-D ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Svrun never fa'l
to des roy Pin Seat and Momach Worm.
Lir. JvtinhPl, tne only iHore-Ftul pli iran
who removes Jape orm la two hour
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common sen teaches that if tape Worm
he temoveit, all other worms can be reailiiy
aetrovco. enii tor circular to nr. Kun
kei, No. 2.V) North. Ninth Mrcct, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on yonr dni'-kjint acd a?k
for a hottltf of hunktl's Worm r-vrnp.
'rice, t i.iMi. it never laws.
How To Make Honey.
We will state that the surest, bret snl
spsrdieot wsy to multiply and Incest'
i to call at ;so. u an .Mreet. iw otk(
and nonsuit with Alex I- rotlnc''liim X. Co
'llie-e icebtlemeo, aliouav ion been
Identified with tho history nnd nliilr uf
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mne.
tary atl'.irs, and la everything ap erl linnr
to Speculation, are un xceued for ability
and p otlerencr. ft ma. ul-o he mid tint
of the many Brokers in that, city th. y ore
not only the iii..t poHu ur. nit aNo the
motit Miecclul, lir-t patrunUjd, and inont
widely known in or m-ar the irinity of
W all Street.
Anion l the customers ot the house of
Alex I'rothlngham V Co., are some o our
leading and representative citizens, who
tire mainly Indebted to the labors of this
firm lor much ot the wca'th the) now enjoy.
Durin tlie long and suecesatnl exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Krothitigbani & Co.,
In this ctiy they have earned fcr therotelvis
an enviable reputation for honesty. Integ
rity and faith, and enj ' a Ijiimho uliMW
colostal in if proportion", to fart, the
amount of btisine-s done by this house in
the couri-c of a year is something wonder
ful, and olten f irms the subject ot com
ment. It need but a visit to thelrspaviou
lattices In Wall street to prove the tcuth of
Ihe above statement.
How they manage to convert ?10 to 20,
$-2o to f 10, ft l into ?so, and so on. Is a
secret which thev alone can explain; but
that tbey succeed in doing so is a lact too
well known to admit of doubt It you
wou!d safely nd profitably invest your
money, lo not hesitate to favor ttiW firm
with your cah and eontldence. That by so
doing you will reap nu abundant reward,
the experience ot thousands ol our bet
eltUens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these times of tottering
hanks and linam-UI stringency must be ap
parent to the niont indifferent and careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothinghant Co., are
prepared to invent money lo any ancouc t in
the best securities, aud iu every transac
tion in which they may be engaged pilar
antee en' ire satisfaction to those who honor
them w ith their patronage.
tTend fnr their Kxplanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail tree
to all who desire thMli.-From X Y. Mf
erip,,li, April HI, 1H70. T-lH-eodilm
Will, of course, wiiih to see all the bights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTHERN K'Y COMPANY
has, through Its connections iu toe W?s
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Tourists' Excursion Tickkts
I at cruatlv reduced rates, bv which iaseiv
gers can not only vUit the Centennial Kx
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern citiet, with an
oppori unity ot stopping at any of the great
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CAN ADA SOP f II
EitN is the only hue Irom the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ol tho MIGHTY CATARACT,
UOHSESUOE FALL, tho GREAT
RAPIDS, acd landing them directly at the
r'slls. The track of the CANADA SOUTH
ERN is an air line, laid with steel rail o
the heaviest pattern ; thure are no curves
or grades; wojd is uted for fuel; Coaches
are furntshed wi'h the Wiuchcii Patent
Ventilator, ensurl- g ptefect freedom from
dust. V iLli its complete syitein of lusgtiif
eent PARLOR SLEEPING AND DRaW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO.
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections nt NIAGARA FILLS
AND BUFFALO wiih tun NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIK RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINK TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular lino can be procured at al
oftices of sonnectlug lines, or at the com
Acy information c m be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't. DithoIT.
WIIKUKAS Thuiuas Sullivan, by hi certain
nale morttfiiKc, duly executed, delivered
and recorded, in tlie recVder'oniceol .vIujii
(ler ruiiuty , Male of Illinois, in lUiok ".,"
'HHtt-i, rtij convey to the unicriirui-d lvnac
Walder, (which nail! mortgage Itear date the
Urst (lU day of November, A. 1., is;), the
tollowliiK descrited rel etate, lying ami be
tnir In the city of l alro, cnuiny of Alexander,
and (Mate of I Hindi, to-wit: lt numbered
tliiriy-eipbt Cis). in block numlwred Ulty-lmir
l'i , to aecure the payment ul Ui ctrtuin prum
Usory note bearius' even dale with idiinirt
Kaice. fur Ihe kiiin of aixty ou-lito lUdlars, w ith
interest at the rule of leu per cent r annum
from date, until aid Aud ah. rem, Ilia mid
Thonuui Sullivan having made del'ault in Ihe
payment of the money so ei-urel to be paid a
alurvmiid i now, tliel'oni, I, (lie iiuterniirnei
HioriKaKee atorexaid. under and virtue ofiliu
mortgage aforesaid, hen by irive notice thut 1
u iit , k.mi.r, tu Mh i' ol AutUft. at
the hour of a o'clock, , m , A l.. 1x7'. ell ut
public vendue to the higbest bidder for c.-li.
at the front door of the court house, in tlie city
of (.airo, couiiiv of Alexander ami Slate i.f Illi
nois, the real eitate so conveyed to him by tlie
said mortgagor, 'iernn of sale I jnh in hand.
1SAC W'Al.btK, Mortgee.
Taiin. Ills., July Isth, InTii. 7 Is-did.
Fifty rents, at Wlnter'i
XieretHi thi QaaaUV.
Ittprcvci Ul Quality
Lineoln Butter Powder
Uoo I'reoti Uulter all tua Vear llauud
BUTTEE IN 20 MINUTES.
Uncoln JtuitcT l'owder is un entirely
liamilees article made from a ctleluated
KuKliah recipe, and now in daily use by
many of the most noted limners iu the
hi:Mer counties around 1'iiiladel. hia.
In hot weather this l'owder makes butter
uiucb nriner und tweeter tban It usually is,
and keeps it from turning rancid it also
remove tbe stroiiK flavor of turnip, garlic,
weeds, cm sulk. coHon seed, etc.; and
the iuoreased yield of butter mucli toore
thun pays the triAiOK expense of using it.
S3 t'eata sar farkasa.
Wholisaic 1kpot : los Market
aataf oar wa,
AlsM a aouaUl
Mr I at, tveuM. mt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpiIE HUI.Li.l lN la pnbliahed eA-erj mnrniuf
(icrpt MonUy) In the Bulletin Bnildio-, rvr
rr Wahutc;fon avenue and Twel.ta Street.
Tub tn-LiBTiw la arrrrd to elty snbacrilwri by
faithful carriers at Twenty-iv CVnU a Week,
payable Wis-Uy. T.y Mail, (in advance), lionet
annum; six months, ; thrro months, 1 oa
mrmth, tl 'JV
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Pnblisried every TanmJay mornioe at II
re: annum. Invariably in adranoe. Ihe postage
on the Weekly wiil be pruj.old at lata effce, tt
that iiinscribcM vil rbiain fVr S snbaerlptlon
rice of I n 5mr,
Pusiness Cards, prrknnam W on
One wpiAre, one naertion, i 00
One S'jnure, two insertions, 1 M
One 1umv, one wc g M
One siunrc. tuo weoki :l 50
Gnu square, t'irce vrcrljs,- 4 a
One .uic, ni.r month no
W F! r. L Y .
One Hu sre, one ineertion,..,
K.w It mi!e.iuci4t ln-rt Oa,.-
. tl no
J"One in:h is a "'Uiivie.
J3To regular advertisers weofftr superior in
ducements, toth as to rate ot ohareva and man
ner of disputing their favors.
Ooinmunicationo upcu nubtecta of gran-
arc! interest to tho public solicited.
)t-All liasinoss Letters should be a1dren-l to
(nlrfl Bnllelln t'mnny.
The DriLkTiH printing
establishment makes a
Specialty of Bill Head.,
Note Heads, Letter Ilf.uU,
Statements, Cards, Etc Look at theie prices:
Small size bill heads, per l' u 3 oo
Medium size bill heads, per thonsund 3 7i
AU on fourteen pound paper, Carlisle roilU,
rated two cent a per pound higher than putr
used by any other oftice ru'ed to order at the
mill especially for this olliee
Statements, Carlvsle, per l0 t-i "
Letter lieuds, Uulynle, per lmo 4 60
Note Heads, Carlysle, per bH . 3 mi
Visiting cards )ef package 75c
Uusiues cards, Ho. I 3-ply UHi'toi bniiM,
per Iihio ... Si uo to 4 "
Ilusiuea carls, No 1 blank, per loin 3 G
Quarter-sheet, half-theet, full-sheet an J llir, e
hcel posters, and colored Work below .t. Louis
Pamphlet, Cook Work an J Vrioe Lists made
jp:xf Local Easlnesa Notices, cf
5 ; ten linea or mora, Inserted
PO-o in the Bulletin aa follows :
Commence Counting" at ten Lines.
One Insertion per line S Cent
Two Insertions per line - . 7 Centa
Threa Insertions per line . . 10 Centa
Six lnenrtions per Una IS Cents
Two n. ka per line 23 Centa
One month per line. ....-...3B Cents
2fo Reduction will be mads in abovo
To whom Pensions are
. a Tft XiVIOIiY soldier
yAIIlaPtSALED while la the line
sod dTchrra ol duty, either, by aneldont c
taerwiaa, should have a pension. The lose o
a lager entitles yon to a pension. A rapture,
so matter how slight, rives you a peuion,
Tha loss ot a toe elves you a pension.
The loss of an eye aivee yon a pension.
ill aivwyou a iwuoiwu. j
Addxesa.p, h. FITZGERALD,
United States Claim Aaent. Isdiaw ArOUSjMtV
JSjyOn all letter mark V. O. Box U.MI
'aaw la wbai most o Uiis sdwnmawav
Dear Old "Yankee Doodle."
It tlnns tn the hearts of Ihe Beeelel Our boyt
lav Mhisiii d it, ourgirli have sang and stayed it
Kir stuit men hate marched te It, and new a ha
t la picture -a grand and masterly production el art
Jr.- M. Millard. Ihe originaf adorns Memorial
ill, st Philadelphia, and It daily admired by thou.
tdt. The copy Is a fine chromo. and should Sdofl
walls of every American home.
If act found with your picture dealer, send row
o,r ,,ki u ' F- GYDER- Clstrataad.0
SI7E -1 8 by 24 inches.
PHICE-By mall, li.uO; mounted ready tar irsaa
To tba Working flaaa. We can furnish
vou employment al which you can make veiy
iure pav. iu your owa localities, without Win
away Irom borne over niKlil. Agent wauteUlu
every towu aim county to take iimscritwrs ior
Tbe L'euteonial Keoor.i. the lamest puUi-atien
lu llie I uitnl Mulee lu nines, t oolumcs; t.l-
evauly UliiHtrateU; Terms niy i per year.
1 lis lieivira is uevoieu to wnaieier IS oi uueresi
connected with the L'enlennutl year. 'Ihe dreal
r.xluuil'on ai ruiiaueipnia t muy uiostraiea
IB detail Kvrryboily wauls it. The aliole
people feel a Kie.it interest in their Country's
i'onlennial Uirllidsv, aud waul to kuw all
about It. As eletraot patriotio crayon dr-winK
premium ulctunt 1 prcoeuled fiv to rat-h uU
srriber. ll is eulill d, "in rtlurinberani'e of the
Uua Hundredth Aonlrnrsary of tne lml-p- nd
eueeoftUe United ftUte.. else, 23 b) 40 in
ches Auy ou can become a sueeeful K il,
fur bnt show the pai aud picture and bun
drcd of subscribers are easily obtained every
where. Titer U no busiuess that w ill pay lia
this at preeiil We have luauy ag Bla a ho
ruakiufashi)!ha S-"o lr day and upward.
Sua' is tbe liiuet don t delay. Uemeiuber
eosU uoihins u t e Ihe buaineeaa iriai. be
for circular, term, and sample copy tf pan
which are aent frea to all who apply i do. h
lay. Complete out At free to thus aha ileif
toen(sg farniere aud merhanic. aad irs
son and daughter make the very bail vl Taf
rax vaisikssiAi. kj
k oPn. I
Any injury w
who ai e now drawing a peMlfliijare
tied to an Increase. "D iWf HJ
BBSondSstainpXlVF J sVl