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AflCALOPI LODOK, WO. 61.
KniBhU of Pythias, BMrt every tri
rtv night at half-pact mn, la Odd
Fellow' 1U1I. How,
OAMEXANDEB IX) DUE, HO. M.
liMleyeadent Order of Odd-ll-Iowa,
meete every Tburaday nMttat
at nalf-paat eerea, ia tbclr hall oa
'oinmerrlal avenue, between nixlh and Innik
reels CHAM Lamb, H i
MAIUO KNCAMPMKKT, I. O. O. P., meet
m Od.-r,lowi' IUI1 on the lint and third
i netdaj in every month, at balf-paet aeven
.ISO II UOKHMAW. C P
A CAIRO I.OI
I sar rea-uli
' 'and Kiirliib
CAIRO I.OIKJK. NO. 237, A. P. A A. M.
rulnr communication in He
corner Commercial avenue
Ciirtitb street, oa Ua aecond and
."mirth Mondav ol earn montb .
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
A lexandtr county land!", Cairo lots,
exruange for St. Loui. rrotrfy.
Tlie couth linlt of the 'Tilof' house Ht
Oool two story brick store room on
Commercial ayi-nan betwwn Klcvontli
A nice brick resilience on Sixth be
tween C'oininerelal and Washington ave-
Cottago on .Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Eighth stret.t near Wal
Dwelling, comer Twenty-fourth ami
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cotuge on Ninth Stmt, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth street, went
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixture, southwest corn
r Eighteenth street and Commercial
tvemie, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street. wet ol
.'oiumerciul avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on .'ro stn-et, we a
of Washington avenue.
liuidness. hoiino on I;vee otreet, above
A good, cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
aext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
-treet, $C. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelliug house ou Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-tb'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplar streets, $12 60.
Store room adjoining above,
IIoun on Commercial avenue, near
19th street. Suitable for bus ines and
I w elling, $15.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
lr month. Will be put in flr-t-olass
Dwelling houm; on Sixth irtreet and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premiss-.
Hen I low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooius In various parts ot the city.
FOH LEASE OK SALE.
Land, in traeu to suit, near Cairo.
tm Ska MoButalua of Caloraila
by the Atchison, Toptka and Santa Fe
Jtallroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the tieatUi
fill Arkansas Valley, to 1'ueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad. Santa
Fe and all points lit Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tL kets to Denver, only $.T0, allowing
Ktop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, and ut Colorado Spring.
Manitou and Pike's Peak. Iajw emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs between
the Missouri liiver and Rocky Siouu
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
I k-nver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tallies and the " San
Juan Guide," address
T. J. Anderson,
(Jen. Past. Agt.,
7-ltf Toi-f.k, Kan.
A No. 1 Laaadrj.
It U now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress. No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Comutwrcial avej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the jity, and laud
lords of hotels aud boarding houses will
liud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 73 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
tollows: Single shirt aud collar, 15c; per
dozen, S0c ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerchlefs, 5c; vests, 30c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Indies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladles' underware, fine
and coarse. $1 00 per dozen. l-2:i-ti.
ROOMS TO HK.Vr.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms aud Summer kitchen; ulo
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Ulta House, Cairo. O-iS-tf.
Uedhefler's Patent Llghtniug llecipro
catiug Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard,
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater ot 1874, aud the but in the worU.
For sale by Chas. W, Henderson, general
dealer in toves, tiu and hollow ware
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. fi-27-lm
J. iiKORCiK BTEIXHOl'iiK
on Eighth street, two door from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable balr cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else la the barber line. La
dies' and chlldrens hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
A -VOttltEHEI T.
We are authorized to announce JOHN It.
RoRINdON a a eandldat for sheriff of Alex
ander county, at the nomiax county election.
We are authorised to announce that R. A . M
mundaonlsan independent Ke'ubliran eandi
date lor S bet iff, at the ensniuK countT elertion.
We are authorised to announce I'F.TF.R S At'P,
for an lndejieadent candiilaU; for Kheriffnr Al
eaandrr county, at the ennui ug county election.
KATEM OP ADTr.BtriS)l!.
tJAU bills for adTertisina', are due and y
ahle IM ADT ARCS
Transient adeertieinK will I Inserted at the
rate of $1 00 per uare for tbe first Insertion
and 5" centa for each tubteqnent on A liberal
diacaunt will be auvle on sUndlng and dlfpl
For Inaerting Puneral notice 91 00 Notice of
roeetina' of societies or secret orders Vi cents for
Church, Society, Peetieal and Hopier notices
will only be inserted as ad? ertUements
Ko adrertieement will be recelred at leas than
V cents, and no an-rertinement will be inncrtixl
fur less than three dollars per month
SUNDAY. JULY 23. 176.
Lrnl pyltaer ttepors.
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'vrKeant, Sig-iuU Service, t. S. A.
The police courts were devoid of any
interesting news yesterday.
There will be service at the Christian
church at 11 o'clock a. m., to-day. The
public are Invited to attend.
Mr. J. A. Wcutz, general freight and
ticket agent ol the narrow gauge rail
road. Is registered at the St. Charles.
Owing to the illness of I'ev. Mr.
Oillhatn there will be no morning or
evening services at the Methodist church.
The Iter. Benj. Y. George, having re
turned from St. Louis, there will be ser
vices at the Presbyterian thurch at the
uual hour this morning.
The lUdicals cf tbe city, after deliber
ation, have concluded to call ItMcKeaig's
"Hazenweeler Colored Club." This is
a good name. It could not be improved.
Mr. J'eter Cuhl will on Monday be in
receipt of the finest shipment of new
wheal flour made to this market this
year. It w 111 be a choice article and can
not fail to give satisfaction. It.
TlTe work ol repairing the Sixth treet
sewer has been linii-hed. Work on the
Tenth street sewer, at the corner of
Tenth street and Washington avenue
will be begun to-morrow, we are told.
This afternoon the Riverside baie ball
club of Mound City will vWt Cairo, and
play the Unknowns of this city. The game
will lake place outside of the Ml-i--lji
levee, near the narrow gauge turn-table.
Ed. Braxton, who for the past several
years has proprietorcd the St. Charles
barber shop, has removed. ills head
('iiarters are now in the b.'t-scment of the
Planter, where be w ill ln pleased to
welcome his friends.
An excursion party trom Colconda
came to Cairo ou the Itllewlid yesterday,
lithe young ladies of the party who
paid us a visit yesterday are a sample of
the Golconda girls, we'd like to hare the
rei-t of the tow n come down.
There will be the usual srvices at the
Church of the Redeemer, Fourteenth
street, between Wanhlngton avenue and
Walnut street, conducted by the Hev.
Chas. A. Gilbert. Sunday whool at 9
o'clock this morning.
The colored Hayes and Wheeler Vin
dicators held a meeting at their hall on
Friday night. Addresses were delivered
by Judge Bird, John Gladney, Dick Tay
lor and Bill Scott, but the election of of-
cers was postponed until next Friday
The big Tildcn and Hendricks pole
was taken out of the river yesterday
morning. Captain Jesie McIIaflie, who
Is superintending the work of trimming,
splicing and raising the pole, immedi
ately set to work a large force of men, and
on Tuesday night the pole will go up.
The National baud held a practice
meeting on the uptown Mnd VrViay
night. They kept their lutention pretty
quite, but ere they had been there long
they had a large crowd ot bstners. Their
rooms on Ohio levee are so warm that it
is almost impossible fur the baud to re
main in them.
A negro man named Harris went to
his home In the up-ier end of town yes
terday morning, much drunk," He
engaged in a dispute with hi w ile, and
elevated her with his boot, w hereupon
the abueed caught her tormentor just
above the right eye w 1th a stick ot stove
wood, and let out a gallon or two of bis
hot blood aud the trouble ended.
Professor Britton aud Jim Allen met
ou the corner ot Eighth aud Walnut
streets yesterday morning.
Good mornin', Mr. Allen," said the
Good morning," said Jim.
'Well, Mr. Allen, bow does do
leal horizon look dis moruing."
'She's a rUen," said Jim, and passed
Bill Scott, Col. McKeaig aud Alder
man Wilcox, of the St. Charles hotel, go
to the woods of Keutucky to-morrow to
look for a Republican pole. Tho Jtad's
pole is to be six feet higher than the
Democratic pole ; and It U feared some
trouble may be experienced In finding
one of the proper length. Bradley will
go along to act as cook lor Bill and the
colonel In case they may have to remain
out for several days, as Jim flumerwell
did when in search ot the Tildcn and
A team of horses belonging to a Union
county fanner ran away near the court
houso yesterday morning. They came
tit contact with a lamp post, which they
completely demolished, and made a total
wreck of the vehicle. One of the horses
attempted to go through a numUr
of atheletic feats, and bruised himself up
so badly that he was hardly able to move.
Editor Billi-.tin: I have read Mr,
A Hell's card in this morning's Bt i.lk
ti.v, and desire to say that it Mr. AxU.ll
w ishes any information on the subject
on which he writes, he can obtain full
particulars by calling on me.
Proprietor of Delta Houe.
Cairo, July 22,1870.
We didn't mean to ssy that the city
council had made a mistake when it
made tbe low levy of $35,000 for the
llscal year of 1877. It is wiser to levy
$30,000 and get that amount than to levy
$70,0O0.aiid get nothing. It is w i.-er to let
our people stand up under an ascsMiicnt
that tl.ey can pay, than to knock'them
down wkh an assessment they can't
pay. We have got to the place where
we rnu-it not crowd the taxpaying
Among the arrivals atthe St. Charles
yesterday, were J. A. Wenlz, St. Louis;
Mrs. and Mhs Mansfield, loui.-lana; K.
L. Sargent and W. W. Wentz, St. louis;
V. D. WaMt, St. Louis; William J.
Murfee. St. Louis; J. Doner, Austria;
Dr. J. D. Wright and daughter, Beards
town, Ills.; J. J. II. Lymeson, Detroit;
John L. Roots, Sulphur Station, Texas;
G. Nortliway, Kenaj-lia, Wis.; Alex.
Phillip. New Orleans; D. Pockburst,
St. Louis; W. riedrick and wife. Mount
Vernon; II. B. Fowler, Chicago.
New definitions by 'the city council:
'Partial Relief reduction of the public
debt by refusing to pay the interest
on it, or the principal when due, unless
the creditors reduce it one-half, this re
fusal being ba-ed upon tbe palpable tact
that Cairo can't ay In full what it
owes; "total relict repudiation' n,
being headstrong, our debtors will not
give us "partial relief," then we will be
compelled to resort to "total relief."
We understand this to be the "the hang
of the perfeiinmoris" at this time.
The Iiemocratic county committee met
yesterday at the ollice of Mr. Thomas
W. 1 lalli day, chairman, and appointed
Messrs. Bross, Green, Harman and
Obcrly delegates to the Democratic State
convention that meet at Springfield on
the i'th Inst. The committee did not
take action upon the proposition to fill
the congressional and senatorial con
ventions delegations. The committee
also discussed the proposition to call a
Democratic county convention for the
nomination of a county ticket, and de
cided unanimously that was inexpedient
to call such a convention.
We are informed that our board ot ed
ucation is considering the question of
delaying the opening of the public
schools. It has been the custom hereto
fore to begin tl.e winter term on the
flrt Monday in September. The board,
it is said, owing to the extreme heat ex
perienced last September which caused
the attendance ot pupils to be very small,
has about concluded that it will be ad
visable to postpone the opening until
the first Monday in October. Should the
hoard decide to put off tho opening,
their decision would, we have no doubt,
meet the universal approbation of the
Editor Cairo Bt ixetin : In your is
sues of Thursday and Friday lat you
make mention ot the fact that a gentle
man from Dyersburg, Teun., had been
robbed in the lower part of the city of
orac hundred dollars. I trust that the
fair fame ot the city will not sutler when
I state that a thorough investigation has
somewhat unsettled the gentleman's
statement. Whatever money he lost was
spent in buying wine for loungers about
saloons, and for the habitues of houses
of ill-fame. The unfortunate conclusion
is that the gentleman was very drunk
and w as not robbed.
Very respectfully, &c,
Ali.x. II. Ikvi.n.
Mr. Oberlv: The action of the city
council in refusing to adopt, at Its meet
ing, 18th Inst., the amendment offered
to the ordinance providing for the an
uonl tax luvy to tpeeitiily levy interest
tax, was not a refusal to pay Interest ou
our bonded Indebtedness, nor does it
mean repudiation. The council made as
large a levy as. In its opinion, was neces
sary and exiedieut certainly as large
as our overtaxed people can or will pay,
though a reduction of $10,000 from last
year. Sufficient sums have been appro
priated to pay tbe interest on tho bonds
of the city for the present year, and it U
being paid to the holders ot "coupons a
fast us taxes are turned over to the
trea itirer. The council may, in the next
annual appropriation bill, appropriate
money from the general fund to pay in
terest, as well as from the general in-U-ret
fund. Whenever the city council
refuses to so appropriate money
for the payment ot interest, then ma)'
the cry of repudiation be properly
raised. That the council has in view a
plan tor partial rebel from the heavy
burden of Interest on our bonded Indebt
edness, which represents more dollars
in proportion to value received than
even the celebrated Macoupin county
bonds, i true ; and that the action of the
city council lit refusing to specially levy
i.iterest, tax was. la its judgment, a nec
essary alt'p towards the consummation of
that plan for relief, Is also true ; but, 1
believe I speak the seutiments ot all tbe
members of the council, when I aay
that anything looking to repudiation
has not even been thought of by them.
Tiios. W. HsLttDAr,
Chairman ol Finance Committee, City
The ordinance to levy and ases taxes
lor municipal purposes, being tinder dis
cussion In the city council, Alderman
Rittenhouse moved, as an amendment,
that a certain amount be designated for
the payment of Interest upon the bondet
Indebtedness of the city. Tho amend
ment was voted down. We Incautiously
said that this smacked of repudiation,
and was an evidence that the council had
determined to not pay any more Interest
upon our public debt. The communica
tion of Alderman Halllday has convinced
us that we were mistaken. The council
docs not mean to repudiate. It means
that it can't pay. The difference must
be apparent to every one. The council
has levied and assessed $35,000 for muni
cipal purposes. Of this amount $20,000
have becu specially designated for the
payment of levee certificates and out
standing city scrip. This leaves $l."i.H00
In the general fund, to w hich is to be
added about $12,000 from licenses and
other sources. 1 his makes a total of
$27,000. out ot which the council may
appropriate money for the payment of
the expenses of the effy, the interest on
bonds and any boixJs I hat may become
duo during tbe lictl tear ol 1S77. It Is
a fact, that $27,000 will not pay all these
exjenses, and the nty will therefore be
unable to pay Its interest, or some of its
interest, and due bond?. Willing to
pay, it will be uiablc to pay. This,
of course Is not repudiation. Alderman
Halliday says It h not, ana we agree
with liiin. It is simply a step, as the
alderman gently puts it, toward that
plan of "partial re lief" from the payment
of the heavy burden ot interest on our
bonded indebtedness, which the council
has in view. We think we understand
this, and believe t'.ic term "partial re
lief" is a most excellent one. If the
bondholders don't understand it now.
they probably will in due time. Being
assured that there Is no repudiation in the J
municipal atmosphere, we dreatli utuzh
more freely than we did befure. We
don't refuse,; we won't because we can't.
That Is the situation, and it is altogether
satisfactory, becuc we can't in fact.
When the bondholders throw off half the
principle or half the interest, we will
again bo able to pny ; but until we get
this "partial relief we can't.
The card of i'hcrifl Irvin requires at
our hand a little explanation. We are a
young man nearly always In search of
information. In fact, we pine for infor
mation. Presiding over the local
columns of the great and good Bcllf.ti.v,
with as much dignity as ability, we
are exoccted to gather into them all the
local news of the day. If the local new s
mill grinds out items w ith slowness, the
distinguished proprietor of the Bi li.k
TL religiously damns us ; nnd, not hav
ing time to intimate that we are lazy,
emphatically asserts that we are, thus
lacerating our sensitive disposition, clip
ping the young wing of our aspiring
genius and making us wish that these
columns and the Bi'lletiv and Cairo
were all in a. place thai is hotter than this
hotter than this ; were all in a place
that is hotter than this. Recovering
from the shock of an upbraiding of this
kin.t, our aspiring genius again
spreads Its wings, and we tly forth alter
items, resolved to obtain news or die iu
the glorious attempt. In these moments
of exaltation we rcmeuibcr thai Bulwer
mad- Richelieu declare that In tho
lexicon of youth, which fate reserves
lor a bright manhood, there i- no such
word as fail. We hear rinsing in our
ears the cheert ul words: "You'll be a
bishop yet, Loui." We meet a man of
tired aspect. His eyes are bloodshot
his clothes are dirty he is the picture ol
despair. To him we say: "My covey,
how are you? What's up 5r" Then he
tells us that lie has been roMH-d, that
confidence men have taken him in, that
he has been assailed by ruffians, etc. We
gloat over the Item. We print it. We
go forth the next morning. A man meets
us, and says : " What made you publish
that d d lie?" We are stuck ed, aud
say nothing. The man, observing our
hesitation, aud not knowing that w e are
a brave a man as ever shariened a lead
pencil, goes on to remark that if we
were larger lie would kick us. This
shocks us more than the question; and
by the time we have recovered sufficient
ly to defy him, he has left us. Another
mau meets us, and says disagreeable
things to us on the same subject, and
wounds us by remarking that be believes
we meant blui when we spoke of con 11
deuce men; and that, it wo will assure
him that we did, lie will at once proceed
to break our neck. Wheu w e assure him
that we did not have him In our mind's
eye, Horatio, be significantly remarks
that it is a d d luckv thing for us that
we did not. And then come the officers,
aud tell us that the lellow who was the
hero ol our Item, was not robbed, was
uot confidenccd and was not abused ; and
we learn, to our aiuazemcut, that he was
a dead-beat, a cousorler with low ne
groes, a druukard and generally an Infer
ital rascal. Whereupon we retire to our
private gymnasium, and standing before
the sand bag strike It heavy blow s, saying
as we strike : You d d scoundrt', will
you ever lie lo hs Iu that
way again? Take Ihat, you ly
lug dead-beat," etc. The fact Is
we are discouraged. We havo concluded
to retire from the business ot reporting
confidence games and robberies, aud take
to society matters and Sunday school af
fairs. As long as we confined ourself to
personals and base ball we were a sue
cess, but wheu we wandered out Into the
broad field of police matters, wt U-came
a serious failure
Escelaivr aaleHMt. ,
This popular salxn, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, la open to
the public. The bar; liy supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the flitot
Ibranda of cigars.
3-2-Vtf A. Krai-h, proprietor.
I will continue the salo of books and
stationery and musical goods as hereto
fore at Robblns' Musical Bazar, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or in jobbing lota will consult
their Interest by purchasing now.
I will receive bids for either stock of
goods in bulk at any time.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale of books and station
ery pertaining to the estate of W. B.
Rockwell & Co., and the stock of mu
sical goods belonging to the estate ot C
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
and 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. Georgk Fisiit.R, Assignee,
Of W. B. Rook well, bankrupt, anl C.
Robblns 4 Co., bankrupts.
Cairo, July 21st, 1870. 7-22-tf
Lvov'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 norival. 3-10-dtiwly
Lent her find Finding;.
At tne store 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. Boots and shoes made to
order of first-class material and satNfac
tion guaranteed. 6-21-tf
Wah UKFARTMiirr. TJrvitB RrroT, )
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New Orleans. ...
lie-low liixli water of 174.
Srupant, Signal !ervire, C S. A.
steamer Jim Fisk, I'aducati.
" Grand Republic, New Orleaus.
Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Fearless, barges, Cincinnati.
" Robin and tow, St. Louis.
" U. I. Sehenck, Mew Orleans.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Stc. Genevieve, Vicksburg.
Grand Republic, St. Louis.
" Fearless, tow, .
" Robin and tow, Ohio river.
U. P. Schenck, C'lnolnnati.
' Idlewild, Evansville.
The declne in the Ohio river during
the 24 hours ending at 5 o clock last
evening was 9 inches. She gauge mark
ed 31 feet, 1 inch. The weather Is clear
and very warm. Business is quiet.
The James Fisk had a liiiht trip from
-The Idlewild was light from F.vans-
ville. She had however a little excursion
party from Golconda, and Capuiu Ben.
Howard and Ed. Thomas were happy.
The Ste. Genevieve had a good trip
ar Memphis ami Vicksburg. Mie mado
additions of considerable freight here.
The Fearless and tow parsed down
from Cincinuatl for St. Louis yesterday.
he will bring out from that port a tow
of Iron for the On'.o.
The A. J. Baker has gone to Metn
hts with a tow of coal, Instead of a tow
of logs as stated by us yestenlny.
-The Robin passed up the OLlo from
St. Louis with a barge of ore for Loui.
The Grand Republic for St. Louis
and the Cherokee for Cincinnnti passed
up yesterday with fair trips.
Captain John R. Wherry w rites to
the St. Louis Republican that on Wednes
day the main engines of the iron snag
boat 'John N. Macomb,' nnd found that
they had not moved perceptibly from a
true line in the two years they have been
11 position. Captain Wherry says that
ou a wooden nun witu woouen engine
timbers, ttiey would have had to be lined
up at least tour times iu that period, aud
sufl'er a consequent wear aud loss of
power not lucurred iu engines placed on
an Iron bull.
K. r. Kiiiikel a Miller Wine of Iron
has never been known la ail in the cure of
weakueas, attended with aym-doma; 1 ml im
position to exertiou. lo of umuaory, ditii-
Mult of btalBtf. fo4v woakuttu, btrtwt
of dueaite, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of Ueatli, niht weals, coiu leei,
weakness, tlimueas of visiun, lun'uor, uni
versal lassitude ot the uiiincuiar syttein,
enormous sppi-Ute with dyiepiic ajiup
toms, hot hauds, tlatbine; ol th boiy, dry
ness or the skin, paiuu counienaice im
eruptions on the face, jiurilj in the blood.
pmn to tne iia k, ueavincs 01 iuee)enu(
frequent black spotn Ailni; before tint eye
with teuipirary auili-iou and lo cl siiUt,
waut ol attention, etc. These ayiupwims
all ariae from a weakiiCM. ami t i r ineuy
that, Use E. F. Kunkcl's lltlter Wiue of
Iron. It never lulls, inoiihunus are now
enioviuk' healin aim nave uteu it. laae
only E. F. Kunkel'a.
tttWara COUIlterieiia nun um.no mula
tto!) As Kunkel's Bitter wine 01 lion u
o well kuun all over the country, dm.
lrfu theiuelve inal.e an iiniuiion and try
to pttllll IV On OO llieir culiuiei, w uru iu' j
call for Kunkel'a lUUer Wine ol Iron.
Kunkers intier w me 01 iron i iiii up
only iu l botUea, and bus a yellow wrapper
nicely put an 1110 ou aioe wuu mo is;
prletor'a photj,'raih on th wraji.er of
each bot'le. Always look for llis photo
eranh on the outside, and you will always
I sura to get the geuuine. on dollar
buttle, or kix for b.
bold by drtigKtais and
ALL WOUMS UEMOVILD ALIVIC.
E. Y. Kunkcl's Worm fyrup Defer falls
touea roy Pin Heat aud Momacb Worms.
Dr. Kunael, tbe only stietaalul physician
who remove Tapa Worm la (wo hours
alive, with nad. aud Bo fee until removed.
Common sense tearbes that U l apo Worm
! leuioved. all 01 bar wwnus caa b readily
aettroyad. Heod lor circular 10 Dr. Vina
kel, M. -'9 North Mnlh atreet, Philadel
phia, Pa., or rail on your druggist and ask
for a bottu of Kunkel's Worm fsyrup.
1 Vtt, f 1.00. It oaver tail.
np: lAl, NOTirr.n.
Ynlnalile. Properly re stale.
The property at the corner of Twentieth
street and Winding ton aveiitie, now occu
pied by F. Ilenlr a a druit store. For
terms, etc., apply to Dr. H. V'AEirR.
ai r. estate Lionts Jorgenson, dee'd.
7-2')-iw . .
rtrairienre Boat for Bale.
The un lersind will sell a residence
lioat. now moored in the Ohio t iv-r oppo.
site l'at Cnrcoian'e hoarding homo. Tbe
boat is well tltua un tor a c mrortthle
residence, the caldo bcin thirty. rlv . let
In leliirth by twelve In w'dlb. and tlm hull
orty fnet hi twelve. Tbe boat wi I be soid
at a low price on rea-onable terms. In-
quire at wr, .VlPtoilTs grocery, opposite tbo
court bouse, or nt Irs. (ialnL'an'i 1 e .r the
convent. SIrs. Mary Ialioas .
How To Make Money.
We will nUte tint tne surest, best and
speediext w iy to 'multiply and iiicrraup"
to call at ro. II "i ail "treet. ?lw Y01V.
and consult with Alex Krotbnu!iain fc Co
The K-i.tleino.i, who Uav ion been
Identified with the bito.-y nnd all . Irs of
Wall s-reet. are unusually skilled in tit- no
tary nlT irs, uiiil to everything ap ertdn ti
to (-peculation, are tin serened for ttdhty
and p otieieuey. It ma l-o tie aid tbtt
of the many Itrokcr in that fit) tli.-y are
not only the innt i'0,.u nr. i.ut also the
niot ruccc-mliil, best uutroniZ' d. sr.d most
widely known in or near the ii.itu'ty of
n an mreri.
Anion tlm cu-tiMuer ot the house of
Alex r ro tin n-muii A- 10 , are conm o our
leading and renresi ntative citizen", who
are mainly Indebted l- the labors of this
arm lor tma-ti ot tne wealth the) now enjoy.
liir.n.' t lie Ijnu and urrcsful e.er
iein e ol Messis. Al-x. h rottiinit Imm Cn.,
in this riiy they have eiimed for tbenielv( h
11 eu ladle rcpotation for honesty, Intnif
rity an I faith, and etij'iy a bu-inosi aliTio.-t
cobmal in iit proportions. Iu f:iet, the
amounted business done by l!ii liou.-c in
the course of a year is something wonder
ful, aud olten l'irms the siii.je. t . com
ment. It needs buta viidt to tiirlrs'iaob.in
Itices in V ail street to prove the t'Uth of
the above statement.
How they mature to convert iflO to $20,
fin to $lti, H iuo nnd so cn, is a
secret which thev alone can explain; but
tint th y succeed In ioin2 to t a laet t-jo
well known ti admit n doubt If you
woii.'d salely nd profitably invest your
money, do not hesitatu t' Tivor tiis tirin
with your cali nnd conQ lence. 1 hat by .o
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience of thousand of our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a coure in these times of tittering
bnnks and financial s'rinu'Pticy mut be p
Furent to the injt indifferent nnd careless
Messrs- Alcjr Frothitiejiam ,t Co., arc
prepared to inc-t money to any amount in
the best scurines, and" io every transac
tion in which hcy may 1 e enir.'wnl ictitr-
antee endrn satisfaction to thoe who honor
them with their patronage.
til-Send for their KxpUnatory Circular
unl Weekly lleports which they mail tree
to all who d sire t-em. Frm X Y. iU
ercpoli, April Id, lstTfi. 7-lM-eod:!nvJ
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA HOUTUEUN K'Y COMPANY
lias, through its onneetions in tno Wn
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Tovrists' Exct'UMox Tk'hkta
at greatly redu ed rates, by which passen
gers cjn not on:y it-it the (,'emeiiiiUI I-x
lubition ut riiiladilphla, but can, in addit
ion, Isit the principal eastern cities, wiih an
opporlunity ot stopping at any of the Kreat
nu-nber of fatuous resorts in New York
and Ponn-ylvania. Tne CANADA SOU I'll
r.HS is the only line Irorn the w est running
directly to Niagara Falls, - giving pas n
t'ers, Iroui the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ot the MIGHTY CATAUACT,
llonSE SHOE FALL, the GKKAT
KAPID.-", and landing them directly at tbe
Falls. The track of the I "AN tDA SOU III
FUN is an air line, laid with steel r.iils o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curve
or grades; wood i used lor lui-1; Coaches
are furnished wi'h tbe WIncUtll Patent
Ventilator, ensuri- g pie feet freedom from
dust. Wi:h its complete ey-tem of tnagntf-
cectPAKLOK SLlXPINW AND DIUW.
I NO ROOM CARS from CHICAGO,
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, nnd 1! ndtirr
able connections at NIAUAItA FALLS
ASl) BUFFALO with the NEW YOHIC
CENTRAL AND KItlU RAILWAYS, th
Canada Southern is la-t becoming tbe
FAVOUII E LI X E TO TUE EAsT. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at at
offices of jonnectlng lines, or at the com
Ary Information cm Le obtained by sd
dressing FRANK E. NOV,
OenT Pas, nrd Ticket Ag'f. Dwtkoit.
HurliHitt a stale.
t f 1ILKKAS Tlioiiins Snlliran, by his certain
mid reronli-'l , 111 lue recorder' ulhee of ile.Xiii
iler roiuity, Mate of lilinoiH, Iu lionk ".."
I'HK-e tsl, "li'l conver tn the iimieri)fiiel laaan
Walder, (which sni'd morlifuKu leui duie the
first (lull duy of November, A. !., li.'J.tiie
lollowiiiir descrdjeil real entaie, 1 111K and be
ins in the city of lulro, i-ou.iiy of Alexander,
and Male of Illinois, to-wit: Lot nmnlrel
thirty-eiftbt (). in hlock nunlred Ottyltnir
( 4), to aecure the iayin(nt of his rarbtiu iioni
i.iitory noUr beariii)! even dale with aaiiliuort-
rftne. for the uiu of ity oo-Ion dulmrs, with
uteres! at the rat of teu per cent Ocr annum
from dale, until paid And win rena, the snid
Thuinan -uluvaii haviuK made delault io the
payment of the money o aec.ured o be mnl a
afon-Miid; now, tliefora, 1, the undersigned
inortfcaitee al'onviaid, under and virtue of the
mortse aforesaid, herthy give notice that I
will, ou utunlav, the I 'th day ol AiikuxI at
the hour ol i o'clix W. , m ,A !.. Is:. aed at
public vendue to the lilKhesl bidder for cash
t the front ioor of thu oourt huUsx-, iu ttie city
oft'airo, cuuutv of AleXaJiiler and slate of Illi
nois the real estate conveyel to him by Ilie
tnl mortgaxor. lerms nf alr- asn in hand
ISAAC WAI.I'KK. il.trtairee.
Cairo. IIU.. July Isih, l"7. 1 l-d"l.
Juncon of Broadway, 7tU Avenue aud
NEW YORK CITY.
Three Itlocks west of (irutU l en'r-il I'eprit
near the Elevated JUllroad, and but tweu
tv uiiuutea from W all street. All inoderu
imnroveiiientw. Ittte l per dj.v. Lib
eral teruis to fiimalit a.
CHAS. E. LELAND, Proprietor
Of leltvaii House, Alouny, N. Tt .itnd
Clarvndou Motel, harmo-rn. 7-7-d'im.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BS0S.,
299 W. Fourth iu imMl 0.,
re authorlced to contract for advertia-
laa- tn tnie paper.
Citimatas furaithej fr. Bead for Circular
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNQ WOMEN,
H.-giiu lt M'h year Pel t t::th Faculty
nuiu'-er il, Majrultlcnit buildint?, . to-r-oii
table. Thorough c ur-e iu Fn'U.I),
Science, Chc'SicM, and Modoru LtnU 'ea.
Uusurpasscd advsutaua for inu c and art.
address the 1'iesl lent. Uev, Iai l II.
vjor, l. I , t inclonaU. O. 7--d&w-n.
t i.i.i. i i . . i
KitKlish ltrul. Three lly and Inurala,
aIo, l lr Carirt-, Velvet ltuar. Crumb
ClotUi, Oil O olb. te., very tbeip
at tli Okl 1'liu.e
ua ruLTow bt., new yobk.
CarpeU earef ul If packed and eut to any
part of ttia t'aitod buu tree o! charite
ri-sEmxroR frics ust.
7-4-ly. J. . BESDALL.
WINTER & STfiWAHT.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advance made on Consignments. Ab
stract ol Titles tnnde, CVnvcynnces and
Collections attended to.
Attention to business, and flenilttaneoa
The lHtel, BrrenM-M, and mas reliublc
itmcly eer j.ii1 neither by merlin! icuce,
lor Itheun atinm. Wounds, Swellings, liumr,
nksl roat. , Ik the tcntmir i.fnliiient.
Thrre are two kinds W'hnl the W hife Unniietit
is for tht litniiKfi family, tha Yellow Centaur
l.inliurnt ) fur "niviiiii1, lime awl stmlned
horses mid animal-. Iimy2'.-wl.-lt
f'ltllrtrrti try lr fJiMf orln. It Is a
plea-nut to hike as honey, and is ahsvintelv
hnrmless. It is .ut tn expel worm, cure wind
colic, regulate fte bunrln and itoirnch and
evercoms irrilaliility rnin hy rih or riitiim.'
teeth. It ii a rf-,'licl nulnliiuvo f.l thl r nil,
aii'l for o.livne.a In yoiinn or nll tiw i.i
in'l!iin(t in existence so elfrrtive and releilile.
THE EKEMY OF DISEASE f
THE FOE OF PAIN
TG MAN AND BEAST
It the ;mnl ol.l
Which haa stood the tost of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Fain, that A diet a th Hu
man body, or th body of a Horse
or oth r J omestic an mal, that
does) not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c, fiOc. or 61
h8 often saved the lite of a Iluman
Being, and Restored to ifn and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roo3ng and Outtering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Bouthern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing PraaPilr Doa.
To whom Pensions are
Jf AXJJflABLKU whila la the lmo
and Uiaoharge of dutr, aither by aoeMont c
oibervtsn, abould havo a pvrsioo. Tbe ! o.
a anfer entiiUa jou torn moWh. A ruptott
bo matter how slfirtat, (tivea yo a penakm.
1 be Iom ot a toe K- you a praaioo.
Tbe loea of ao eye rive you a peaaioo.
who are now drawina' a pensVm, are JnaWrmu.
tle.1 loan Increase. Qa,,TTTsJ'Pr 'vf
oreopTetPeuaioaaad Boontr Acfc
P, H. FITZCERALD,
Cnited State Claim Xirent, IXDiasarotiSjInv
B&n all letter mark, P. O. box MAI
lMia.'ilahM wrwi tals tJmltaum.
Lincoln' Butter Powder
4'ol Frroli ftntlrr lt Ik) Vrr Hound
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
l ine.) ii butter l'owder ii an entirely
hurinles uril. le nmde Irom a iHdeliruted
Knlih reeipe, and now in daily u-e by
oiauy cf the nict noted la: luert ia tint
butler i lUi.tie ur.'Und l'kiladel ha
lu lie i ea'her this l'owder make butter
mueh tim-.er and aweeter tban it nab illy i,
ari l kef p it Irom turning ram id It a so
removes the atront; flavor of itt'-nliia. garlic,
ned. e rn talk-, cot on 1, aud
llio iiu-rea-ed j I-Id ol butti r mueh or)
than pays the liiflio espenaeof unnj It.
a.i 4'eu! I'er I'aeUnae.
Uiiot.rMAl.n Uehot : 10r Market St,
riii'.adelnt.la, !'a. '
Tiie lliULknx .iii,t.uic
e.tul'll.ililliunt llk-kea a .
aiierialty ot IU I lltwla.
.Vole JlnwU, teller I'eoiLt,
Statements, tarda, I lu lxok at tbrMi pike:
diliall iuv bill beads, er I1' 1
Medium niw bill lieaU, r thou .tttd n S T i
All un f iuiteea pi.uud Jlr, v.4ilisla Uiili.
ruled two ceuu t juauil bigber than faper
U-ed byanyotber ottvo rulud tt unlet at tit
nulla 4irvlally lor this i'Mr
feluleuieiii. carlysle. irr lss ..... I t bu
Letter Head, Carlyale, r bssi ...,... 4 SO
Note ileada, Carlyale, per I'MI 9 l
Viitiuncd.ida wr (aikai;e Ilia
Uu-iiie-i eitida, Ku. I -i.ly lirUtol lxrd.
y t Woo ti M ta 4 so
Dusiuma caria, No 1 blauk, tier I is
tjiutrter-atu.-et, balf heet. luU-tuaa aud tluo
beet uuaU-ra, and eulorvd Work brlow M. IxHll
1-aiiibhlH, bo.k Work anl frl Ia ao',
elalfV , s i S,
"Local Bvaiowe Korle, of'
Uu linea or mora, uiaertoa
in the BiilleiUu m followe ;
Coiamecce Co untie? at ten Llnea.
On inaerttoa per lin. CenU .
Tw luawattona per lla9ri; ji-t-
Tbre luaortlona par Una 10 Oenta
Bis laaentioua) per Una... Vsaav- )& CenU
Two weeka pe ltn).... SS 0nta
One month par Una. .. 34 Casta
Mo a4actla will ta ouU iat abova .