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AACALOK LODQB, NO. 61.
a lent of Pythias, meet every Fri
day sight at half-pats ssvssi, la
rtllows' Hall. Hows,
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at half-mat Mrrta. la their hall on
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mrorrclaJ artaue, MUM sixth and Bnlh
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UffsA KKCAMFMKKT, 1. O. O. F., rnaeU
vm Odd-rrltowt' Hall on the irel sad third
i nesday la every BMMrtii, at half-pact acre
4n II csossmab, CP
CAIRO LODGE. KO.W.A .F. A. M.
Hold Millar communication ra
onto Hall, corner Commercial avenue
kand Klrlith street, oa th aecond and
.'ourtt Moadar of each montb .
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands Cairo loti,
eif.1in for St. Louis prorrty.
The ftouth ball of Um "Pilot" house at
Good two itory brick ptore room on
Commercial avenue between Klevanth
A nice brick residence on Sixth bo-
tween Commercial and Wattblngtoa avt-
CotUflo on Sixth street near Wash,
Cottage on Eighth atrcet near VVal
Dwelling, corner Tweuty-lourth and
Flret floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar atreeU.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
.Jomaierclal and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, weet of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth street, wet
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
ir Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ot
JommercUl avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross street, wes
of Washington avenue.
Business house on Levee street, abvc
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
ftreet, near Commercial avenue.
Stora room on Commercial avenue,
aext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 reotas on Twenty-third
street, $9. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-th'.rd
Store-room comer Twentieth and
Poplar streets, J1J ftt.
Store room adjoining above, $4.
Bouse on Commercial avenue, near
19U. street. Suitable for business and
1 welling, $15.
TeoetcenU run-be red 8 and 9,
Winter's Bow. 6 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In first-class
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue 10.
Orphan Aeylum building and prerni
ses. Rent low, to a good tenant
Store room, eorrir Twentieth and
Washington avenoe, ili a month.
Rtome in various mru ot the city.
" YOttlXAASOB BALE.
Lands, )n tracW to suit, near Cairo.
to tba r-mt--xln mt Trior o
by the Atchison, Topska and Santa Fe
Railroad the new tsd pcpular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Xorte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, ojily $00, allowing
stop-off privilege both ways on tbe
mala Ut and at Colorado Spring,
Manitou end Pike's Peak. lx)w emi
grant rates to ths 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 meps, time tables and the " San
Juan Guide." address,
T. J. Akdersox,
Otn. Pau. Agt.,
MStf ToPKita, Kax.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave,
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Uer 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 ; twe collars, 5c ;
two haudkerchiefs, 5c ; Testa, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 83c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, COc; white
dresses, $1 25o; ladies' underware, fine
nd coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
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. 6-a-tf.
' . ' SGfJ BKATEE.
' Redheffer's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard,
wtlp Mid frosting maker. Premium egg
beater Of 174, and tbe but in iht world.
For sale by 'Chas. W. Henderson, general
dealer in ovea, tin and hollow ware.
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
" street, Cairo, Illinois. 6-27-1 m
1. CIOBOI aTEIKHOl'SK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get ft
fashionable hair cut or ft smooth shave,
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at ths shop or their homes.
A nit otat Estr.-sTii.
We are authorised to announce JollJf II.
KOHINMON as a Candida fur Mwriffor Alex
ander county, at the coming county lectloB..
Vf e are authorised to annoonr. that It. A . FA
mundsonlsaa Inileptndeat Republican candi
dal lor Sheriff, at the ensuing count? election.
We are authorised tn announce PKTKR 8 A UP,
for an Independent candidate for fherill of Al
exander oounty, at the enouinff county elmtlon.
ATM or ADVEaVriftl-fU.
tJ"AH bills for advertising, arc due and pay
able ix asvahcb
Traaikeat adrertidng will be ineerteil at the
rate of II flO per square for the 8 rat Insertion
and V) centa for each fubeequent one A liberal
diaoaunt will be mala on standing and dlnpl
For Inserting Funeral notice $1 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders 50 cents fur
Cboreh, Society, Festival and Supper notices
Wilt only be Inserted as adrertlsemenU
No advertisement will be received at lea than
60 eenu, and no aaTertisemrnt will lie ImhtuM
for leas than three dollars per month
TUESDAY. JULY 25. 187C.
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Hon. George Houck, of Bloontington,
Mo., was at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mrs. Judge Marchildon and daughter,
of Thebes, were In the city yesterday.
Mr. Charles M. Howe, left this ciiy on
Sunday for Oshkoeh, Wisconsin, where
his wile has been sojourning for the last
six week i.
Mrs. Jane Stokes Is wanted by her hus
band, who has come for her as he prom
lied. She wil find him at the poet of
fice. II. Bryan, of London, an English gen
tleman who is on a tour through the
United States, was at the St. Charles yes
The Jackson county Democratic con
vention met In Carbondale on Saturday
last, and nominatsd J. Banks Mayharn
for State Senator, Judge lye mm a for
State's attorney and J. B. Kimball for
Henry Hasting was arretted by Deputv
Sheriff John Sheehan for jumping on an
Illinois Central train yesterday after
noon. He was arraigned before Judge
Bird, who fined him one dollar and
costs tor his offence.
Tbe Itivers'ae base Dan eiuu ui luuna
City came to Cairo, according to agree
ment on Sunday. The game between
them and the Cairo nine resulted in a
victory tor Cairo by a score of twelve to
There will be a meeting ot the Tildei
and Heudricks Sweepers at the Arg-u
Joumalottlce, this (Tuenday) evening at !
o'clock, business or Importance, by orde;
of the president.
W. McKee, Sec'y.
The Tilden and Hendricks Club will
bold a meeting at their hall on Ohio
levee this evening at 7 o'clock. Every
Democrat In Cairo Is asked to be present
There will be business of importance to
every one brought before the club, and
it is hoped thai there will be a large
The old veteran, Tom Wilson, was
again caught up on Saturday night for be
ing drunk. He reclined In the calaboose
over Sunday, and y?sterday Judge Bird
sent him back, after giving him a hear
ing, to board out a five dollar tine.
Thomes Phelts was aUo up for imbibing
too freely, and he suffered to the amount
of two dollars and costs.
The prominent arrivals at the St.
Charles yesterday, were II. Brian. Lon
don, England I J. W. Kennedy, New
Orleans; J. V. Pinney, Chicago; J. D.
Brlen, Chicago; Hon. George Houck,
Bloomfleld, Mo.; Mrs. Judjre Marchil
don and daughter, Thebes; Tom. J. Me
Clure, Clear Creek; 11. Brown. Balti
more; T. 11. Painter, Cincinnati; J.C
and Henry Lestsr, Grover county, Ky.
Information wanted as to the w here
abouts of Mrs. Jane Stokes. Her letter
of July 2nd stated she wh in I 'Hiro and
stopping with Mks Calahan, and would
wait for me to come rtt.r her. I have
been unable to find her, and will now be
at the postofflce all day, where site will
find me if she sees this notice. Anyone
giving me information as to where or
bow 1 may look lor her will confer a
great favor. 7-25 2t A. W. Stokes.
Guy Clarke, oue of the oldest and bc6t
engineers on the Illinois Central railroad,
was buried at Centralis on Sunday. Tbe
deceased was afflicted with dropsy for a
long time previous to his death, and
weut to Minnesota in the hope of re
storing his health. He grew worse, how
ever, and on Weduesday died. Mr.
Clarke was well and favorably known
to many In this city, and his death,
though not altogether uulooked tor, is
From parties; who came through
Charleston, Mo. on Sunday, we learn
that George N. Haulier, a partner of
the law firm of Moore & Hatcher, of
Charleston, dropped dead In the court
at New Madrid, on Saturday night. The
deceased was well known to many in
Cairo. He was considered an able
young lawyer, and at the time of liis
death, was canvassing in the Interest of
his fatlier, the Hon. Hol-rrt W. Hatcher,
member of congress.
A gentleman named A. J. Martin, liv
ing near Rush Hidge, Mo., thrashed out
one thousand bushels of wheat lask week.
He put it In a pile and covered the pile
with straw, and on Sunday, set fire to a
pile ot straw for which lie had no use,
ami left a boy at home to watch that
nothing elfte caught, while he wa, absent.
During the time he was gone, the boy
went to sleep, and the straw that covered
the new wheat caught fire, and now Mr.
Martin mourns for the loss of about half
of his pile.
On last Sunday night, twenty-one cars
of cattle, from Enls, Texas, nrrived In
this city over the Iron Mountain railroad.
This in the second installment of a thou
sand cars to come by this route to Cairo,
and to go hence to Chicago over the Illi
nois Central. These cattle are all In very
tine condition, atid go to the stock yards
in the latter named city. We arc inform
ed by Mr. Janu s Johnson, the general
rvuthern aj,'erit of the Illinois Central,
that these two roads, the Iron Mountain
and the Illinois Central, protnl.-e to bc-
eoine the great stock routes of the west,
though the trade has but ju"t began.
Pursuant to the call published in the
Bulletin, the delegate selected by the
mass convention of the Democracy held
iu this city, to represent Alexander coun
ty in the senatorial and representative
convention, to be held in Jonesboro
Union county, on the third of Aujrust,
met at the office of John Q. Harnian,
chairman of the delegation, on Saturday
The following delegates, who constitu
ted a majority of the number ta which
Alexander county is entitled, were pres
ent: John Q. Harman, Dr. C. W. Dun
ning, Col. James S. Rearden, Miles W.
Parker and A. Comings.
Mr. Harnian stated that owing to the
fact that he was under notice and order
from the district court of the United
States, he was forced to be in Springfield
on the third, to attend to bankruptcy
proceedings, as the assignee of an es
tate, and it would not be possible for him
to attend the convention at Jonesboro.
He therefore suggested that the dele
gates present authorize him to
designate a proper jktsou ;o act as his
proxy, whereupon Captain William M.
Williams was suggested as such proxy
and the suggestion was endorsed by a
vote of the delegates present, and Mr.
Harman was requested to deliver to Cap
tain Williams his proxy.
On motion it was unanimously re
solved that Col. James L. Kearden be ap
pointed chairman of the delegation.
On motion it was further resolved that
tbe nine votes of Alexander county be
cast as a unit on all questions arising
in said convention affecting the interests
of tlu Democratic party, and the course
to be pursued in the pending canvass.
The latter resolution was adopted by a
vote of four ayes against one nay, and
On Saturday a man named Bryan, liv
ing in Kentucky, opposite this city, came
to Cairo on business and while here in
formed Mr. George Hill, the we.l known
river man, that a family in destitute cir
cumstances were lying in a flat boat
across the river. Mr. Hill immediately
took a skiff and visited the flatboat. He
found the inmates in even a worse con
dition than Mr. Bryan had represented.
The tamily consists of an aged man
named Bartamour, his son, who is a
middle aged man. two little children,
aged six and eight years, and a giil six
teen years old. The party, Mr. Hill
was informed by the old man, had
started from Marietta, Ohio, a
point three hundred and sixty
miles above Cincinnati, last October
for Ked river, where they
Intended going to settle a claim. They
have been working their way along the
the Ohio river since that time, but have
fouud it hard to sustain themselves and
upon reaching the bank opposite Cairo,
were almost broken down tor the want
of the necessaries of life. Young Barta
mour, the father of the children, at
tempted to go out in hearth of food on
Saturday morning, but was so weak he
was compelled to turn back to the boat.
The two little children were almost na
ked, and the elder girl had nothing to
cover her except a torn dress. Mr. Hill,
upon learning these tacts returned to
Cairo at ouee, and raised a subscription
by which he procured a small amount
ot money, and also received from Mr,
Sam Wilson, sr., the boat store man, and
Captain G. D. Williamson and others a
lot ot provisions, &c, which lie put into
the skiff and took to the unfortunate o
pie. Mr. Hill's family aloo provided the
girl and children with a bundle of wear
inir ai'parel. The two little ones have
for some time been suffering with chills
and fever, and were furnished with medi
cine by Barclay brothers. Phil Howard
lias furnished the povertys-tricken fam
ily with meat since Saturday, and will
contiuite to do so until some means of
support Lb provided for them by the au
thorities. Mr. Hill informed us yester
day morning that it was his intention to
tow their boat across the river last even
ing, but w hether he has done so, we have
Leather and Fiullug-.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 10, below Sixth
street, may be fouud a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stocW
of St. Louis custom made loU 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 satisfao
tiou guaranteed. O-24-tf
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street ami Washington avenue, Is open to
the tjOblk; Th liar la supplied
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
braods of cigars.
8-25-tf'-' " A. Kkauu, Proprietor.
I will continue the alo of books and
station nr and musical good m hereto
fore at Kobbins Musical Bazar, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or In jobbing lots will consult
tliclr 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 ol books sad station
ery pertaining to the estate rf W. B.
Rockwell & Co., and the stock of mu
sical good belonging to the estate ol C
Bobbins A Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
aim continue me aame irom uay to uay
until tliee entire stocks are dispos
Such on opportunity was never before
offered to the people ol Cairo and vicin
ity. Gi.ouok Fishku, Assignee,
Or W. B. Ho.Aw.JI, bankrupt, an I C.
Bobbins & Co., bankrupts.
Onto, July 21st, l7i!. 7-22-tt
leinorraliP Mate t on ten I Ion.
CiiKO, July ls7r,.
To peions wishiiK to attend the Dem
ocratic State Con vet Hon at Springfield,
July 27th, lG, vc will sell tickets to
Pana and return at one mid one fifth
fair S.0u for round trip.
.Iamk.s Joh xox,
General Southern Agent.
Sun copy. It
Lyon's Hatha ho makes beautiful )
glossy, luxuriant lair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears, t charmingly perfumed
and has norival. 3-10-d&wly
Cui:o, Illinois, )
Monday Evening, July 21th, lfl.
A remarkable change in the weather
has taken place in this part ot the coun
try In the past twenty-four hours. Yes
terday Sunday evening the thermom
eter stood at about S'i in the shade. A
rain fell during Sunday niht, and this
morning the mercury had dropped thirty
degree, and a ligh' rain continued to fall
until about eight o'clock a.m. Fires and
overcoats were not an uncommon sight.
Business has been very quiet since
Thursday. New flour ami grain are
coming into market, and both arc pro
nounced by merchants to be fine.
The receipts of flour during the past
two weeks have V en very light, and
stocks have been thinned out consider
ably. There h verv little choice and
medium grade llour in the hands ot com
mission men, and the demand for tlielil
is active. Hay i unchanged. The mar
Let is overstocked, find r.one to speak of
is being sold.
Corn and oats are quiet. The supply
of corn is light, but about equal to the
demand. Oats are alo very quiet. There
is lii tie iu the market, but enough to sat
isfy all Inquiry. Meal and bran are
plenty and dull.
Choice butter sells readily at from 13
to 20 cents, but to bring this price it
must tsa extra. Cotuti,i.n is very dull.
The market is 'glutted with eggs, and
sales have been made at 4 cents per doz
en. Good Spring chickens are in gocxl
demand. There is an active inquiry for
tomatoes. Hates to New Orleans fire,
pound freights, 15 cents per cwt ; bur
rells 30c ; w.y pound freight 20 per cwt ;
fcsBfOur friends should bear in mind
that the priced here given are usuaily-kjr
sales from ilrt hands in round lots, Wn
tilling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an adr.tiec over
these figures. "i(iia
Choice and medium grades of flour are
Scarce In the hands of commission men.
The demand is active. We note the sale
of 100 bbls., various, grades ?:sYu i'.(i0; 100
bbls.. low grade, iviOU; 2u0bbli., various
grades, $1 75(5.0 75 ; 4;0 bbls., various
grade, city, ?3 'Mi, 50.
The marke t is overstocked with all
grades of hay. There Is none selling in
round lots, nnd prices have declined.
The only sale noted was that of one- car
choice mixed, 1.000.
Com is quiet. The supply is light but
equal to the demand. Price are a about
last quoted. We note the sale of 1 car
white in sacks, 50c ; 500 sacks white,
IJeceipts of oats have been light. The
market is very quiet. Some new have
arrived, which are held at 20(5.27c!. in
bulk. We note the sale of 225 6ack
of all mixed, 3'Je.
There is a good supply. The duinand
Is Very light. W iioeo tlit: au c.f 100
bbls ci ly, $2 35; country meal U held at
$ i HXU$ 25. No sale of country iro
No sales weie note d. The market Is
well supplied, und.very dull.
Common butter is plenty and 110 sale.
Choice Is iu goud elcuitucl. Ve quote
the sale ol two tubs, northern, lot,lc;
400 lbs., northern, lsr.J20c ; 300 lbs.,
southern Illinois, 1-kS 10c.
This market ii glutted. Egtrs on band
have been rotting so last that dealers sell
at any price offered. We note the sale
of 100 dozen, 4e; 350 dozen 7j.
Good spring chic kens are in demand.
They are carue. We 110U ihu sale of 2
doz. small, $1 75. '
We note the sale of 50 boxes. 50Q,C0e.
There is a good demand for choice te
inatocs. HIDES AND Fl KS.
Firs Beaver No. 1 $ 50 ; No. 2
$1 60; Xo. 3 $1 ; No. 4 50c. otter N'o.
l$tf;Xo. 2 it; No. 3 S2i No. 4 L
FMlsuV-No.l S3t No.'2 JSo; Ho. 3 50c;
No. 4 10c. llaoon Xo. 1 70c ; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 lQc, Skunk Xo.
I 83c No. 9 Ofte No, t a0o No. 4 15c.
Fox-Cray No. 1 f I ; No. 2 7.V ; No. 3
G0o;rcd fox-No. 1 $1; No. 2 7.V,
Opossum No. 1 10e; So. 2 8; No. 3,
5c. Muskrat No. 12)e; No. 2 15c; No.
3 10c. Bear-No. I $10; No. 2 $7 Xo. 3
$.1; N'o. I$l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; Xo. 2 $1 73 ; Xo 3 $1 ; No. 4 75. ;,
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 25 ; Xo. 2 50c,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cat lOe. Ba lder,
SiiKiir- Pklts Green 75c $1 25 ; dry
40 ( HOc shearings 1 0 20c.
We quote salt In ear load lots, $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $ 73. We note
the sale of 200 bbls, $1 50.
Wc quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, f 3; nut, $2; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, $3 50 ; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $1; nut
$3 25; Ilauni or Harrisburg coal on
track per load, lump. $27 ; nut, $Ki ; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal
car loads on track, $5 50 per ton : single
ton, delivered, $15.
Wab I)Ei-AnTMsT. tltven flri'OT, 1
Inly il IrfT'i
STATION. LOW WATKH. CHANCR.
j rr. is. rr. 11.
Cairo js in l 4
I'iUsImov .1 11 e
Cincinnati Ill J 1 h
Louinville C 7 - i
Nashville :i 'I i)
St. IvOiim 'il 7) ,
Kvansville H '. 0 1.
Memphis l, l' 2
Virknljuric 3 o X'l 1
New Orleans ' 3 XO 1
IStloW liixh Water of 174.
.Sereant, Simml M-rviw, I'. S. A.
Steamer Jim Fi.-k. Paducali.
" Fannie Tatum, Pittsburg.
" Capitol City Vicksburg.
" Commonwealth, St. Louis.
" E. M. Norton, tow, Ohio river.
" James D. Tarker. Memphis.
" Arkansas Belle, Evausyille.
City ot Yicksburg, St. Louis.
" Atlantic and barges, St. Louis.
Nail City, St. Louis.
" Cons Miller, Cincinnati.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Fannie Tatum, St. Louis.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Commonwealth, New Orleans.
" E. M. Norton, tow, X. O.
James D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvillc.
City of Yicksburg, Yicksburg.
" Atlantic, barge. N. o.
" Nail City, St. Louis.
The James D. Parker passed up from
Memphis for Cincinnati on Sunday with
a fair trip of lreight and a gocxl passen
The City of Yicksburg added very
little here on Sunday.
i lie Nail City came down from St.
Louis on Sunday, and took the barge
she left here on her last trip up back to
The llohert E. Lee pu.-died out from
her moorings on Sunday afternoon mid
the shouts and cries of a hundred people
She ran to Malliday brothers warehouse
at the lower end of levee street, where
she turned her head up stream ana
started for Paducah. She come up the
river like the wind, and from the time
she ielt the warehouse, until she bad
reached a point seven miles above town,
the chronometer of a dozen men worked
just 17 minutes. She made the run lrom
this port to Paducah in two hours and
fifty-five minutes, an average of a fraction
over seventeen miles per hour. At Pa.
ducah .-he will receive u lot of tobacco,
and is expected to return to Cairo to
day, preparatory to leaving for New
Orleans on Sat ur Jay.
The E. M. Norton passed by tor St.
Louis on Sunday with a tow of wit, nails
and other freight. She met the Liberty
in the Ohio above this port, and swnpjM-d
her tow of ore for the tow which she
took to St. Louis.
The Arkansas Belle was unusually
light irom Evansvillc on Sunday.
The Fannie latum bad 11 good trip
lor St. Louis from Pittsburg. She pass
ed this port early Sunday morning.
The Capitol City had a fair trip up
for St. Louis.
The Atlantic and barged added 1-5
tons here for New Orleuus. and got off
The Commonwealth Iroiu St. Imis
for New Orleans, added 100 tons here,
and le ft Sunday morning.
The Cons Miller bad a fair trip for
Memphis. She got at this port W bead
of sheep, '
Vatluable rmprriy I'orRale.
The property at thu corner of Twentieth
true l auu W axuinton um-uuo, uow occu
pied by F. llealy as a drug slure. For
torws, eto., auply to 1k. 11. Waiilmi;.
Adm'r. eUt Louis Joreuavu, tltc'd.
Uealleii- Hunt fur HhI.
Tbe nn lerHlned will sell a resideuie
boat, now moored in tbe Ohio river oppo
site I'at. Cori-orun't boarding housa. The
boat i well titUU up for a c.iufortble
residence, the cabin beinjr tliirty-tiv Icet
iu length by twelve in width, and the hull
lorty led by twelve. Tbe boat wi.l be old
at a low price on reasonanie tenns. iu
iuire at Mr. MetoalTa grocery, opposite, the
court liouee, or at ills, (ialairan . uear the
convctit. Mltn. MaryHalaoaN.
How To Make Sf ouey.
W will utile that the uret, best and
apeediet way to 'multiply and Increase"
it to tall at No. li Wad sm:t, Stw York,
and eouull wilb, Alex Fl'olUlUiiham A Co.
Tlie-e gentlemen, who have ion,' been
iilcntilieKl with the biatory aud uilaiia vf
WuU (tree., ure unu-nallr skilled In mone
tary alfir, and lu everythiii! appertifnliig
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proilcienev. It niv aio he sidd thit
of M13 many p'.okHMii that city ti-y are
uoi ouly Ui must popuiur, tut also tha
nio.t pucceulul, bet patronUed, and most
widely known iu or uear U tieintty of
Amonf the customers ot the bouse of
Ales Frotbingham & Co., aia snimi o cur
lading and repraoutive citizens, who
ar mainly iudebted to iba labors of tliu
Uriu lor niuch of tba wealth they now enjoy.
Uurin the lona and aueceMful exper
ience ol Masars. Altz. rrotblnubiuu Jt t o.,
in this ciiy tboy have earned for tUimrulvcs
an enviable reputation for honety, integ
rity and filth, ami eniov a litl-inc almn.t
coloeal In It proportions. In fait, the
amount of lmine done l.jr this houro In
the conre of a year Is sometlilmr wonder.
rul, and often forms the auhji.-ct of com
ment. It nccils hiu a vii.it to Ihrlr stmi l,11.
Ulices In Wall street to prove the truth of
uis aimve siatemcnr.
How they inanare to rjnrort 10 to a 211.
i to W, ) into tan. ami so on. u a
secret which they alona enn explain ; but
that they mireeed In doing so In a fact too
wen Known tj admit ef rtouht If you
would satcly and profitably invest your
money, do not hetilute to favor this tirm
witn yourean and conti fence. That by so
doing you wld reap an abundant reward,
the experience ot thouands ot our bpt
cltieu attest, f he neoeitv of tukinir
such a coure in thee times of tottering
banks and financiil strinirenev niut be nn-
parent to the inot indifferent and careless
Merv Alex. Frotliinirham & Co., are
prepared to invent money to any amount ia
the best "counties, and in every trantac
tion in whi:!ithpy may be einrapd KUr-
antee entire satisfaction to thoe who honor
them with their patronise. I
frTf'end for their Kxplanatory Circular
and Weekly licports which they mail free
to all who desire them. W-m A )'. Jlfr
ei pntin, AjirU Pi, IMTH. 7-lN-eod.ini
V..V. I, linker Hitler Wine nt Iron
lias never been known to fail in thn cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion. Ion of memory, diffi
culty o breathing, eiieral weakness, horror
ofdi-ea'c, weak, tiervous trc-rnblin. dreud
lul borrorof death, nl-rht sweats, cold foot,
weakness, li inuess of vision, languor, uni
versal lasMtude ol the muscular svtem,
enormous appetite with ly.ptii: 'sjinp
toius, hot hand. 11 ash in of the bo ly, drv
ne of the skin, pallia rountcnat e? aiid
eruptions on the face, purityim; the blood,
pain in tli b. k, heaviness ot the eyelids,
Ireipiciit black spot" ll)ir.jr before th'n eyea
wi ii tt mpirary Milli-ion and lo cf si'bt.
want of aUeiifioii, etc. Theo symptoms
ail ari-e from a wcaKiie-, and to reinpily
tha', ue K. F. Kunkel'a flitter Wine of
Iron. It never fail. Tnonvind are now
enjoyinir health who have u.-ed it. Tukc
only K. F. Kunkel'a.
Mewara of counterfeits and ba-o Imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter W ine of Iron is
o well knoin all over tbe country, dru-i-Kist
themselves make an imitntion und try
to palm it off on their customers, when the
cmII for Hunkers Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkei's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in 1 bottle, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outsieic with the pro
prietor' photograph on th wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
trapa on ibe outside, ami you Will always
te Mire to tret tne centime
One dollar vei
bottle, or six for $;. rjol 1 by druggists and
A Lb WORMS KKMOVKD ALIVE.
K. F. Kunkel'a Worm syrup nevr fain
todnsToy Pin Scat and Stomach Wouns.
Kunkcl, the only kiiccessiul phyii.ian
wiio removes Tape Worm in two hoius
a'ive, with hevl. and no fee until removed.
Common sense teacbea that il Tape Worm
iic lemovcd, all other worms can be ic-uliiy
c'oiroved. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun-
Ue'. Ho. 2.VJ Xorth Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druiftst and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel'a Worm Syrup.
I'rice, fi.uu. 11 never latis
Will, of course, wish to see alt the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOLTUKKN ITY COMPANY
ha, through Its connections in toe We
an I Northwest, placed on sa'e a lari'e
number of Tol kists' Exe t i;ion '1 it kets
a frrea'ly reduced rites, by waicli pasen'
,ei s can not on'y vi?it the I .'vineniiial Kx
htbi. 'on at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
Ion. v'it lite principal eastern cities, wb ban
opnoi-i unity stopping at any o! the great
n.'iu jer of famous reorts iu New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOI' fli
KUN is the only line from the wet running
directly to ia(,-ara talis, (rivinir passen
gers, trotn the train, a wonderful panoramic
" be MlfiUTY OATAlt M'.'V
UOH.-KMIOI-; FALL, the (iliKAT
ItAI'iDS, and laudinj; them directly at tbe
Fulls. The track of the CAN At A sOl.T t II
FUN is an air line, laid with steel ruils o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curve
or grades; wood is used for fuel; Coaches
are furaUhed with the Winclicll l'atent
Ventilator, ecstirlrg prefect fr.eibiiu from
dut. Wi.h its complete system of manif-
cent I'AKLUK SLFF-PINU ANI DUaW
INK KOOM C'AHS from CHICAGO,
DETItolT AS1 TOLEDO, and Its admir
able connections at MAUAKA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YolIK
CKNTKAL AND i:i!IK It 1 1. WAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVOUI TK LI N E TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at ai
olllcea of sonneetlnir lines, or at the com
Any information c.n be obtained by ad
dressing KUANK E. SNOW,
(ien'l Pa.s. and Ticket Ax't. PElKOir
"WriltliKAS Thoiiuu Sullivan, by bis certain
V sale niorliraife, dlilv ekerutwl, dellvured
nil reironlcl, in tbe rwurdcr'solbienl AIi Ijii
der coiiiiiv. Mate of llJiuou. in llook "..'
I'lipe ."'-J, d'd couvey to the uieli r-lt-'lltil trade
Wul'lrr, (whicli said mortKuire liear date Ilie
llrst (lt) (Uy of November, A.H., IsT'ij.tlie
lulluwinx uescrilsett real esule, lyinK ud l
inlu the city of e-uiro, couuly ol Aientndcr,
uiid .Mate ol liiinuia, to-wil: Lot numbered
lliiily-eiKbt ( ''). in block inunU rrd flfiy-lour
(' ) , to Bii iire the pay foent of bis crtuin ri.ln
ism.ry note U-arinif i vmi with said ninrt
Kotre. for the sum uf sixty "S-Ki dobnra, Willi
intrt at the ruteof ten per cent . tier annum
iroin dale, until paid. And In ius, tliu unl
liioinui Sullivan having niuile dtluiilt in tlie
pa men t of the innney o secured tube paid as
aloirnaid; now. lliiforw, 1, ilie uielemieiied
luorts'auee afnresaid. under and virtue nl Hie
uirtiuKe al'oresuid, he 11 by urive notice that I
will, on Satuptuy, the l''th day id Ansu.t, at
the hour of i o'clock, i, m , A." I.. : eeil at
public vendue to the hiKhfit bidder fr ra-.ii
at the front Joor of tbe oourt liuu-, iu tbe city
of Cairo, ;oUutr of Alexander and State of 1 1 1 i
tmis the teal estate coiiveed to him by the
.ibl 111 rtgasror. Ternn of sale t.'ash in hand.
ISAAC WAI.l'l-.U, Mornrau-ee.
falro 111.. July lth. 1T 7 K dul.
June'on of Broadway, 7th Aveuua and.
NEW YORK CITY,
Three Block. wet of C.ran 1 Central Depot
near the Elevated lUUroid. und but lui li
ty minute from VV all rtreeL All modern
improvements. Ltatos ff per U). Lib.
eral t rum to famalie.
CHAS. E. ICELAND, Proprietor
Of IK'levan llouae, Aloany, N. .and
Clarendon Hotel, haratog. 7-T.d-liu.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
133 W. ro::th St, immi 0.,
Ar autborlaed to contract for advartia
ium in this paper.
Estimates furnished frss. Send for Circular
CINCINNATI WESLEY AN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNO WOMEN,
lleiius iuilh year Sept. 13tb. Facility
Diniibers 31, Ma'uiticanl buihlini,'. j-'ener-ou
table. Thorough cnu-e iu i:ii(.'Ub,
s.vcuc", C'la.i'', and Modern Lsnuaifri.
Luuipacd udvatitage for niun'c and art.
AdJren the l'rei-ident, He v. David II.
Moors, D. 1) , I'iuuioDutl. O. T-H-dAw-Kt.
1 lie fart chanee ror fooil airricultural Uud
I an Yitu' t wkbit. tisiiriii enr. Iniarett.
rn'l ran aav ri.kn, Wuto to a eotmlry ibat lia
beM proved to be fit "4. twatl your atlditwa ty
tuatal earU t iad Cvm'r li. A M. It. K .
uriioKtuo. Iuwa, aud receive free rouv of Iowa
ad Kalinuka Taruier, with cbsrt el latid ma
W rvu '. Uip rate. S-S-Wi 'Ul.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avenue
Advances made on Consisrnmcnt. AIk
MracW o Titles made, Cenveyam-e and
Collections attended to.
Attention to business, and Remittances
,n vrnlu ,
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la the Urnnd Old
VThich has stood the test of 40
rherei3 no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Achc.no Pain, .iiac Atnictsthe LTu-
tn an body, op Ihobodv of a Horse
or other Domestic an.mal, that
docrinot y ie-o to iis magic touch.
n. DOttie COSiiDf? 250., COC. Or 81
hasoften saveutbolifeof a ITuman
Being, nnd Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofl ng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing: a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Don.
To wnom Pensions are
lr,Vl..Lf.T)I-BLU whit In the line
and discharge of duty, either bj accident c
ciherwUB, "hernia bavo a peraion. Tbe loaa O
a ODRer entitle tou to a pension. A rapture
as matter how ilisht, (tiree yoo a peatlon.
The lots of a toe Hives you a pension.
The loss of an eye gives you a pension.
who are now Urawiinr a pension, ere Justly eot
tle-1 to an IncreasA. TjnTTWTY In
ttrSendlstampsOLJ J SM X X Sik
Joroopyof Pensi'in and Ilnrjiity Acta.
fi ales Claim Aifnt, iNDISHiroLlt. Itt
fjUTOn all letters mark r. u. io aM
riau iuu la what saoer roa w ikls rtnmaaeil
Zsereaiti Ust CissU'.f. Iiyrsrsi vis Q-.ilhy
Lincoln Butter Powder
liood rreah Hatter ll III Tear Hound
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln liuttcr I'owler is an entirely
liarinlci-i article iniido Irom a i;tl;biat-(l
KtigtiKh recipe, ami now in daily ue by
many of tbe mot nmed ta nu r In tbe
butter cotintir around I'biladt 1 bia,
In hot weutber tbis l'owder uiukes flutter
lunch liriner and sweeter tban il to-UHlly it,
and keep" it from turning rane id It a'so
remove- ilie stronj? flavor of turnip-, (frllc,
weeds. rn ilalk', 'Ofon seed, etc.; and
tUu iuiTeai ii VI' Id of butter inucli ore
than pays 111 'J trilling cxveaeof using it.
33 tnl I'er I'siks.
Wiioi.eal Dkpot : KXIJ Market St,
The HrLLKTiN printinn
etablubiueot niukr a
iecialty of Bill Heads,
Note Ileadj, fitter Heads,
.Statements, Curds. Kic Look at these prices:
Muull Ue l"'l iicadt, er l' fa (J
Aledium oize bill beads, Jr tiiouaaud u 3 75
All nn fiurteeu pound mper, Carlisle mills,
rutul two cents ier iound liitrbcr than paper
UM-d )y any nthi-r nlttco ruled to order at the
mills e-u i:ially for this otu-
Statements, .urlysle, wr ,v 11 00
Letler llexls, Cmlv-le. per 1 .VI
Note iliwis, arll, per l'0 3
V initio cards is r package Tic
UiiMiM-i ranis, No. I 3-ily llii'lol bianl.
ti ji to 4 W
Ilasinwt nurds. So I blank, ix r I'"1 3 u
gimrti r-; heet, half .lirrt, lull-Bhivt and three
ho t p. -iers, und eolore! Work below M. Louis
l'amiibiel. Book Work anJ Trice Lists made
, LockI Buaineaa Notices, of
Effz Oft tn Uus or more, Inaertad
WJ w i in tb, Bollotln aa follow :
Commence Counticir at tan Linea.
Ono insertion per line. ft CaCa
Two Insc-iUonsper llna .- 1 Centa
Three iuaartiona per llaa 10 Oanta
Six insertions per Una 16 Cents
Two weeks per Una 26 Cents
One month per Hue 35 Cents
No Reduction will bs mad in above
Kic-li-b flru.-sels. Three l'ly and lnruin,
alto, Stiir Carjirts.Velvet ltur. Crumb
Cloth-, Oil Cloth-, etc., very ebctp
at tbe tld 1'lucc
lia FULTOW ST., NEW YORK.
Carpels careful ly packed and sent to any
part of tha Inued States tree of charge.
n-sND:roR price i.ist.-
7-1-1 y. J. A. BENDaLIj.
Dear Old "Yankee Docdle."
It siaet Is h aearlt of ih aeoslel Our kot
ta ohifctlew il. ourgrrls aa aanf iM aUe It
air ttarSy stta hse sweats Is It, an4 aovaska.t
'.os si art,
II act loans mtih tour u- J- dealar. aaas ma
Hint to th sublisaav,
, ' J. V. KYOIft, Clssslaas. 0
PrtlCt lij sun, t) rts ls Itkm
Hi. 11 50,
I M stcrure s fans ina sMartrn pfosuc
A. M. Winers. Iht oriaiPtl a0rt
fall, at PMladulpteia, and it fattvsomirt
Bias. Ik sop? I ia tkit-4.arsl
as aaltt ol a.crs &etica-i Iiupml.