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AJCALOK LOIMJE, SO. 81.
Kalfftita of Pythias, law every rri.
day BMcbt at hklf-int aeren, la Odd
rellowa' llall. Howi,
OILEXAXPKB LOTKjK, NO 224.
Iihytart Order of Odd-rel-lows,
imeta sTery Thursday niarht
at ktlf-iiMt eevea, la thrir hall on
3oirarreial a r suite, between blxth and Ke Tenth
.reeta Cms Lamm, N U
'AIRO KSCAMrUENT, I. O. O. F., meet
Via Odd-rellowt IUU oa the nnt and third
I uesday la every month, at half-past seren
J no H Qqsbmaw, CP
A CAIRO LODGE. NO. 87, A. f. A A. 11.
Hold repular communications la M
imlf Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' ' and Ki:hth street, oa the second and
'mirth Mondav of each month.
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lanl;, Cairo lot,
exchange for 8U Ixnln projierty.
The south halt of the 'Pilot" liouae at
Good two atory lrirk store room on
Commercial avcnu between Eleventh
A nice brick reMUttice on Sixth be
tween Commercial ami Washington ave
nue. Cottajra on Sixth street nenr Wash
Cottage on Eighth street near Wal
Dwelling, corner Twenty-fourth and
Hoi brook avenue.
First floor of brick dwelling comer
Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
Commercial and Washlujrton avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, went of Wal
Cottage ou Fourteenth street, west
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and iixiures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and CommerciHl
tvenoe, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, vet ot
Jouiuierclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling houso on CroM afreet, wh
ol Washington avenue.
liuffiuefMi house on Levee st r-et, ubo e
A good cottage ou Twenty -Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
jext to YYaverlr hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
street, $4. Good yard and cUtern.
Good dwelling house ou Walnut, lt
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-! Ir.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 CO.
Store room adjoining above,
House on Commercial avenue, near
lUUi street. 8nltable for baslnes and
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Row, 5 room eath for $10
per month. Will be put I" first-class
Dwelling house ou Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Rent low, to a good truwt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Jtootns la various parts ot the city.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
Land, la tract to suit, near Cairo.
Da te Ihte Hauntalna ef Calerado
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
K.illroad, the new and jpular line from
Atchison and Kansa. City via the lieauti
ful Arkansas Vulley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, 1x1 Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
MexloB and Arizona. Special round
trip tkkets to Denver, only .V, allowing
stop-ofi privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs.
Mauitoa and Pike's Peak. Low 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
Juan Guble," address,
T. J. ANDKfeiOX,
Ofn. I'ai. Agt.,
A Ka. 1 Laundry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the beat conducted laun
dry establishments iu the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are an follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, 80c ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerchlefs, 6c; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trl minings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies1 undcrware, fine
d coarse. $1 00 per dozen. l-2i-ti.
BOOMS TO KKNT.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
, Delta House, Cairo. . 0-2S tf.
Uedhetter's Patent Llghtuiug Recipro
cating Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard,
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater ot 1874, aud the but in tk world.
For sale by Chas. W. lleuderson, general
dealer in stoves, tiu and hollow wars
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
' street, Cairo, Illinois. G-27-1 in
j. GBORGK aTKISUOl'SK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
auder County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable balr cut or a smooth shave,
or anything elsa tu the barber lino. La
dies and ehlldrens' balr eat or dressed,
either at tha shop or their home.
We are authorised to announce JuitN II,
RoHINMiN as a Candida e for hhcr,fof Alex
ander county, at Um coming; county election.
We are authorired to announce that K. A. K'l
mundHon in an independent Republican candi
daie tor Mirriff, at the ensuing county election.
We are anthonaed In announce I'ETKR SAt'I,
fur an lndeiendetit candidate fir sheriff of Al
exander count;, at Die ensuing county election.
RATES) Or ADVEBTIHIXU.
U"AU bills for adverUsinf , are due and par
able IK ADVAKCB
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of tl 00 per square for the first insertion
and (C cents fur each subsequent one A liberal
discount will he made on standing and dixpl
Far Inserting Funeral notice $1 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret order 50 cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inverted a advertisement
Xo advertisement will be received at less than
fr centa, and no advertisement will be inserted
for lens than three dollars per month
Local Business Notlcae, of
wu nu cm ur muni Auavrrou
in tha Bulletin aa follows :
Oommnei Count In a" at ten Lines.
Out inaartlon par tin ... S Centa
Two inaertlona per line 7 Centa
Throe inaertlona per line 10 Centa
Biz inaertlona per line 15 Centa
Two weeks per line 26 Centa
One month per line 3 S Centa
No Redaction will be made In above
WEDNESDAY. JL'LY 20. 1CC.
I.aral Weatber Heperu
Cairo. III., July!!-. ls7"
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jam as waton,
Sergeant, Signal Service, lT. h. A.
Judge Mulkey and lady have gone to
Metropolis to spend a few days.
Sheriff Irwin, accompanied by bis wife
and children have gone to Chicago on a
Jailer Jim Carroll had a force of hanJs
at work yesterday repairing the Tenth
Hon. Thos. Wilson has gone to Ar
kansas on business for Messrs. Halliday
Bro., lie will be absent for a week or
Judge Bird's court was ft desolate look
ing place yesterday. Ordinance viola
tions weretcarcc, and the police failed to
bring any of them up.
The attempt to establish a telegraph
line between Metropolis aud Vicuna has
fallen through, much to the rem of a
large number of citizens of both places.
A stranger, name unknown, fell l ad
at imams' mill, a short distance this
side of Ullin on Friday last. His remains
were deposited in an out-of-the-way
place near the mill.
The fire on Saturday night, or Sunday
morning rather, at Greenfield's landing
was the burning of a uegro cabin. It
was at first reported to !c Phil. S. Hisey's
business house, but It was not.
Hon. John P. Gamble will start for
Colorado in a few days to look up a lo
cation, and it the "conditions are favor
able" will probably remove his family
and go into business there.
A farmer named Goodeli, residing in
Pulaski county, three miles from l llin,
was overcome by heat on Friday lat.
He was still alive on Monday evening,
but his recovery was considered doubtful.
The Anna I'nion says: "The Indications
are that the largest crop of corn ever
raist d in Southern Illinois, will be gath
ered this fall. The damage sustained by
the wheat crop is not half so great as was
at first anticipated."
Judges Bross and Green, and Mr.
Oberly, delegates to the Democratic
State Convention which meets la Spring
field on the 27th., left tor that city by the
Cairo and St. Louis narrow gauge rail
road yesterday morning. They will
probably return Saturday morning.
We understand a grand Democratic
rally will take place at Thebes in this
county sometime 60011. The Democrats
in that portion of the county are wide
awake and energetic, and will do their
full share toward rescuing the couuty
from liadical rule.
Mrs. Mary Choat, aged ubiety years,
died at her home in Massac couuty ou
the 15th. Mrs. Choat came to Illinois
in 1S10. Shu was the mother of twelve
children, eleven of whom grew to matu
rity. At the time of her death she could
count her descendants to the number of
two hundred and twenty-seven.
The arrivals at the St. Charles yester
terday, were James Morris, Memphis;
J. C. Roger,, New York ; Richard II.
Hatcher aud son, New Madrid; W. J.
Young and wife, aud Mrs. Rogers, New
Orleans ; P. P. Ellis, St. Louis ; W. A.
Forbes, Arkadelphia, Ark.; J. R. Ilep
lure, Detroit ; T. T. Daton, Fulton, Ky.
We were yesterday informed by a well
posted gentleman that nearly every
steamboat darky, aud three-fourths of
the idle negroes who lounge about this
city, have learned what is called the
"three card trick," aud that this is the
means by which many "green country
men" are beaten out ot paltry sums of
Mr. Jas. S. Morris, of Ullin, accotu
Ipanled by his children, was in mo city
yesterday. Little Robert, who was so
severely Inlured In this city two week
Airo by a table falllnff on him, has about
recovered, and contrary to expi-ctation
there will bo no marks or disfiguration
of bis features.
The Democratic congressional conven
tion will be held at the court houe In this
city on next Tuesday. Indiratious are that
each of the several counties of the dis
trict will be represented by full delega
tions. Hon. Wm. Hartzell will have no
opposition, and will probably bo nomi
nated by acclamation.
Hon. R. W. Hatcher, member of con
gress from the Charleston, Missouri, dis
trict, accompanied by Mrs. Hatcher, was
expected to arrive In the city yesterday
on their way home to attend the funeral
of their son, who died so suddenly at
New Madrid a few days ago. Richard
II., another sou ot Mr. Hatcher's, p.ned
through the city yesterday, to attend the
funeral of U brother.
Some time since the county commis
sioners of this county instructed Ed
ward McMahon to investigate the condi
tion of our land donations from the
I'nited States. He has received from the
State BKent information that there is due
Massac conntv &5.050 aud there is also
due it land script for 4,4SO acres.
Should the county be fortunate to secure
all this it will help ic n good deal. Me
A Cairo man went to I'liiu on Monday
morning, got into a difficulty with Joe
Taprick, proprietor of a boarding house
and saloon at that place, and got his
countenance somewhat demoralized. Af
terwards this sauie Cairo uian went to
another place, became insolent and
seemed anxious to get into another quar
rel, but escaed punishment. This Cairo
man is a good fellow w hen sober, but a
fool and bore when drunk.
The Mound City Argan-J-mnxil says :
"Col. John Dougherty was in town
Thursday and had a long political talk
with ( 'apt David Hiner. The captain
reminded him ol the time w hen they were
together at the Charleston convention,
and the colonel voted forty-even times
lor Ji-fT Davis, and afterward supported
Breckinridge, Douglas not being ultra
Southern and pro-slavery enough for
him. The captain also reminded him ol
another equally great inconsistency in
his course, that of being liberal and sup"
porting Hartzell two years ago, and now
returning to endorse the administration
and Kadical ticket, after the exposure of
corruption made in congress and in the
The Radical party in and about Me
tropolis is in a bad wav. An eflort was
recently ma c to organize a Republican
club, but it was a grand laiiure. The
Timet, McCartuey's paper says of the
meeting : "The Republican club last
Wednesday night met at the court house
ana elected omcers. l;. w. McCartney
was chosen president; V. R. Brown,
treasurer. The attendance was small,
there being only twenty-seven i-ersons
present, six of whom were boys, two
were Democrats, six were Independents,
live were Republican Independents, and
one a Democratic Independent. The
people seem to be taking but little in
terest iu politics yet. Times are too
hard aud the weather too hot."
A Johuson county man named Brown
appeared liefore the police yesterday
morning w ith the story of a robbery
w hich had taken place on Monday night,
and of which he was the victim. He
said he was going to St. Louis to enlist
in the regular army. He had stopped
here and got into a negro den near the
corner of Fourth street ami Commer
cial avenue, where he was robbed. The
matter was looked into, but the women
of the house where Brown had slept,
convinced the police they knew nothing
of his money, but they had seen him in
company with three other men. during
the night, playing the three card game.
The oltlcers could learn nothing of
the parties who are supposed to have
roped Brown in, except that they were
Two negro men went iuto the Ykks-
burg house on Monday evening, and
w bile the one tapped the till iu the bar
room the other filled his pockets with
beer glasses. The man with the glasses
then proceeded to go up stairs to confis
cate whatever might fall iuto his hands,
w hile the till-tapper also took in a cargo
of beer glasses. The man up stairs came
down, but his explorations in the upper
story had proven fruitless, and the two
started to leave, when they come sud
denly upou a stove which the proprietors
of the Yickeburgh had stored away tot
the summer. The two thieves held a
consultation, and alter which they imme
diately, and in a very business like man
ner, picked up the stove and had just
reached the door with it, when Mrs. Mc
Carthy, the lady of the house, appeared
upon the scene, aud ordered the proces
sion to halt. The stove was dropped
upon the floor with a crash, and the ne
groes left. The Yicksburg hou.u is out
about two dozen beer glasses, and two
silver quarters, the latter taken from the
till, which was all the money it contained.
From a private letter from Mr. Con.
O'Callahun, of Anna, to a citizen of
Cairo, we learn the result of the Union
county Democratic convention. The
convention was .held at Jouesboro
on Monday, aud was largely attended,
every precinct being represented. The
convention was duly organized, and pro
ceeded to business. Delegates to the
State, congressional and senatorial con
ventions were selected, and instructed us
follows: lor Judge Allen for governor;
tor William Hartzell for Congress ; Col.
R. K. Townea for Utate senator, and O.
P. Hill for member of the State board of
equalization. No instructions were
given tor representatives, but it Is under
stood that P. II. Kroh will be presented
to the convention lor nominee for repre
sentative. The following Is a list of the
delegates to the senatorial and represen
tative conventions: W. C. Moreland,
David Koraker, John A. Treese, W. M.
Brown, J. P. McLnin, Joseph Gettlnger,
T.J. Rich, W. O. Rich, jr., II. R. Busk
Ingham, John J. Kirlh, Morgan Stokes,
sr., PanlMilber. (. P. Baggot, David
Petirod, W illis Angel, .1. r . r . v nliace.
CoVSCH. ClIAMUKR, 1
Cairo, Iu.., July 24, l:c.
Called by the Mayor lor the purpose of
opening bid for removing garbage, and
for general business.
Present: Mayor Winter and Alder
man Parker, Wright, aud Yocuin. No
quorum being present, on motion of Al
derman Wright, council adjourned.
J. W. Stewart, city clerk
I will continue the sale of books and
statione ry and musical goods as hereto
fore at Bobbins' Musical B.izir, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parlies 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 time.
I will, ou Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale ol books and station
ery pertaining to the estate of W. B.
Rockwell & Co., and the stock of tnu-!
sical goods belonging to the estate ot C
Robbins A Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
and continue the suite lrui day to day
until the-w entire stocks arc dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
o fie red to the pcopli; ot Cain and vicin
ity. UKOK'iB Fin;n, Assignee,
Of W. 11. Roitkwt-ll, bankrupt, an 1 C.
Robbins & Co., bankrupt.
Cairo, July 21st. Wfi. 7-22-tt
leather and findinga.
At the store room of c. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. fK), below Sixtli
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and finding? : also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
shoes. He also k t-ps on hand a good as
sortment of boots shHs, etc., of his
own make. Boot and shoes made to
order of tirst-clas material nnd satisfac
tion guaranteed. fi-24-tf
Another P'mile Inuuiurnl.
We are not croakers we are hopeful
and cheerful to the last ; but it is better
to keep well iu harbor durii g a storm.
A little caution eaves many a barque.
The timely use of Hall's Balsam w ill
prevent consumption. A bottle of this
remedy should always be kept in the
house, ready for use in emergencies. It
saves thousands of dollars in doctors'
bills. Price $1 00 per bottle. Sold by
Democratic Mule convention.
tTio, .Inly 25, ISTlJ.
To persons wi.-hing to attend the Dem
ocratic State Convention at Springfield,
July 27th, 1S7G, we will sell tickets to
Pana and return at one and one-fifih
fair $.05 for round trip.
General Southern Agent.
Sxn copy. It
The Charter Oak cook stove now in
my kitchen has Ijccu used ten years. It
bakes perfectly w ith less fuel than any
stove that I know of; is perlcctly dean,
no dust or ashes escape into the room,
and I cheerfully recouimend it to any
housekeeper wanting a first-rate stove.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. Tho bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
:i-25-tf A. Krai s, Proprietor.
Lyon's Kathairon 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-d&wiy
WAB IIBPABTMtXT. TilVtD FtKPOT, 1
July Ui.iSTO i
I AHOVB I
8TATIO. LOWWATiB.I CIIANCB.
FT. IH. j it. W.
Cairo -7 li 1 1 4
1'ilUliurx ! ii u
Cincinnati j M 1 1 I
Louisville I 0 3 4
Nashville 4 u X 4
St. Loin i'l 71 0
Kvanaville I V 0 u
Mi"lll,lns ..... (. i l.
Virksbiirir 3' " X" 1
New urleun I l I " 1
ltolow ulU wati-ruf 171.
feergrunt, Signal Strviov, l. 8. A,
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
" John B.Maud, Ykksburg.
" Arlington, New Orleans.
Steamer Jim FUk, Fudueuh.
" Arlington, Cincinnati.
" John B. Maud, St. Louis.
The Golden Rule is due from Cin
cinnati. She hit that poi t tor New Or
leans with 700 tons freight aud 25 cabin
Tho Capitol City for Memphis and
Yicksburg, ami lliu Henry '. Yaeger,
tor New Orleans, will be at the wharf
from St. Louis to-day.
The Fearless, Ike Hauuni t aud Ber
nard are loading tows of ore at St.
The Republican of yesbrday says:
"Capt. Jetse McLean of tho Pirisot line of
Yazoo river steamers Is spenllng a few
days In the city, and will vUt 'Change
daily. He Is just from the East, and
will probably go to Yicktbtirg from
Cairo ou the Robert E. . Lu tie boat
which runs 50 miles in two hours and
fifty-four minutes." , -t
. In regard to th alnking)f the Ship
pers' Own by the Grand Tovcr, in this
harbor Just above the stone depot some
five weeks ago, the -Memphis Aml'inrhe
of the 23d says :
The local inspectors ol steam vessels
lor the Memphis district, Messrs. J. A.
Gronhaur and James Ralston, have ren
dered their decision in the collision case
of the steamers Grand Tower and
Shippers' Own, by which accident the
latter vessel was sunk and lost In the
Cairo harbor on the 4th of June last.
"Capt. Crouch of the Shippers' Own vio
lated the law m leaving port without
halyards and pulleys in proper order lor
hoisting lights, and by having his signal
light exposed under the hurri
cane deck intead of on the
chimneys. II. V. Thompson, the pilot
of the Shippers' Own, acted with faulty
judgment. It was a part of his duty to
see that signal lights were in the posi
tion designated by law. He admits that
he discerned the approach of the steamer
Grand Tower, yet he failed to sound the
alarm whistle, notwithstanding his hav
ing previously expressed fears of a col
lision. There are no facts tending to at"
tach fault to the officers ot the Grand
Tower and they are exonerated from all
blame. For the information of Pilot
Thompson, who has charged that Pilot
Hutson of the Grand Tower had no
legal privilege to navigate the Ohio, it is
stated that a pilot's licenre extending
above or below certain points, as be
tween St. Louis and New Orleans, in
cludes the harbors and intervening points.
The license of J. A. Crouch, master, and
11. V. Thompson, pilot, are suspended
for a period of GO days from July 20.'"
Business about the wharf was very
quiet yesterday. The arrival and de
partures were very "thin."
Tho Robert E. Lee arrived from
Paducah last evcuing.
The John B, Maude had a fair trip
from Memphis and Yicksburg. She dis
charged 200 hogshead tobacco here, aud
The Arlington had a good trip for
Cincinnati from New Orleans. She got
ix hogsheads tobacco here for Louisville.
The James Fisk had a fair trip from
Paducah. She will come again this after"
uooti, and leave for Paducah at just five
KPK I L XTieCN.
Corner Eighth. Street and
Will spread a Grand Lunch
every morning, and at night he
will dish you all out a plate of
No. I Centennial Soup, and ell
meats and vegetables, which
can be got in the market, and a
big glass of Centennial Lagor
Beer to wash it down.
He invites all his friends.
Vnlunble Property For KaIv.
The property at the cornerof Twentieth
street and Washington a enue, now occu
pied by F. Healy an a drug more. For
terras etc., apply to ur. 11. WaRDxrn.
Adm'r. estate f.ouij Jorgensou, dee'd
Reiitlenre Boat for Kale.
The tut lersigned will sell a residence
boat, now moored in the Ohio river oppo
kite i'lit. Corcorun' boarding home. 1 be
boat is well tiltta tip tor a c mfortaMe
residence, the cabin heiug thirty-tiv feet
iu length by twelve in width, uu.l the hull
forty feet by twelve. The bout wi.l he fold
nt a low prite on reasonable tenn. In
(tiire at Mr. Metcair grocery, opposite the
court house, or at ilr. fialaxan's near the
convent. Mrs. Maky (Jalai; aN.
How To Make Mttney.
We will btate thut the unrest, best and
speediest way to multiply and increase"
U to call at No. 12 Waif (street. New York,
and consult with Alex Frothingham ,Sc Co,
These gentlemeD, who have lomr been
IdentirieU with the history nnd Mil airs v(
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary uffiirs, and in everything apuertsinint;
to 'speculation, are unexcelled tor ability
and piotioiency. It may also be said that
of the many itrokers in that city they are
not only the most popular, but also the
most successful, best patronized, and most
widely known In or near the icinity of
Anion i the customers ot the house of
Alex Frotbinghaui A Co., are some o' our
leading and representative citizens', who
are mainly indebted to the labors of thin
tirm lor much ol the wealth they now enjoy,
Durliu the long and successful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Krothingham & Co.,
in tiiia city they have earned for themselves:
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity ami faith, and enjoy a business almost
colosal in its proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by tills houtu In
the course of a year is something wonder
ful, and olten forms the subject of com
ment, ft needs but a visit to their spacious
cilices in Wall street to prove the truth of
the above statement.
flow they manare to convert f 10 to -',
VJu to if to, $p) into fsii, and sj on, is a
secret which they aloue can einlaiu ; but
tliut tby euuoeod In dulu to 16 a lad Uo
well known t admit or doubt. It you
wott.'d satcly nd profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor tils linn
with your cash aud confidence. That by so
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience of thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these limes of tottering
banks aud linnucisl stringency must henp
pareut to the most imlillcrent nnd careless
Messrs' Alex. Krolhinyham & Co., are
prepared to luvcrt moucy to any amount in
the best securities, uud in evviy transac
tion hi which they may bo eut;atfi'd guar
antee entire satisiaciioo to those wlw honor
them ith their puUotiaye.
jjTScud for their explanatory t. iicuUr
and Weekly fteports, which they mail tree
to all who di sire ti-ui. -V '. Je
troyvli; Jyi il 10, llsTO. 7-lS-acd.lin
E. r. linukel'a Bluer Wlue or Iron
has never been known to fail iu ibe cure of
weakness, attended with symptouis; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, dittl
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, nl.'ht sweats, cold feet,
weakness, diinussa of vision, languor, uni
versal last-Uude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetita with dyapeptio symp.
touis, hot hands tltshtng of the boly, dry.
ness of tho skin. r'l;'i ooi'i.tc uu u kUJ
t rup'ioiM i.u luu l.ico, puiilyiiijf the, blood,
pulu iu tho bit' k, beuviues ol the eyelids,
freuuent black spots Hying before the eyes
with temporary authsion and loss of sight,
want ot atteuifon, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. P. KuukePs Hitler Wine of
Iron. It never tails. Taouaaada are now
erioying health who have uaad It, Take
only K. f Kunkei'a.
Meware of eounierfiltt and base Imita
tions. As Kunkel's Hitter Win of lion is
to well knoivn all over the country, drug-
lit theinrplrc niaVe an Imlf ! -n A
to sell it off to their cutnmer when ilisy
call for Kunkel'a U tter Wina ot Irou,
Kunkei'a Bitter 9 Ine of Iron in put up
only in If bottle, and has a yellow wrapper
tilenly put on the ou'sloe. with the pro-
trtetira rthntnereanh nn tha .-.....,
each bottle. Always look for tha photo,
graph on ibe outside, and yon will always
ba aura to ret the genuine, tine dollar pel
bottle, or six- for fS. .".old by dntggisis and
ALL WOKMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Hunker Worm Sjrnp never falls
to tins' roy Pin Scat and Monmch Worms.
Dr. Kunkcl, the only suoresMiil phjsioian
who removes Taps Worm to two hours
alive, with hel, and no fee until removed,
Common sense ten-hm that II Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms pan lie rendu i-
dctroycd. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun.
set, o. 2.K) North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your drupitist and ask
for,a bottle of Kunkel'g Worm Syrup.
Price, f 1.00. It never lalls.
Will, of courc, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTUEItN K'Y COMPANY
bos, through its connections in tne We
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Tourists' Excursion Tickets
at grea'ly rediued rates, by w hich passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition ut Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities w P h an
opportunity Hopping at any ol th great
number of lamous resorts iu New York
and Pennsylvania. Toe CANADA SOUTH
EltN is the only line Irom the west running
directly to Niagara Falls Hivinif passen
gers from thctrsin, a wonderful panoramic
view of the MIGHTY CATAK.VCT,
IIOKSEKHOE 1'ALL, the (iKEAT
ItAPID.s, and landing tiuui directly at the
falls. Tho track ol the CAN DA StiUl H
EKN is au air lint-, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern; thro are no curves
or grides; woDd is used for fuel; Connie
are tun-isbed with the Wiimhcll Pattnt
Ycutilator, eusurirg pi elect freedom from
dust. Wi'li its complete system of mai'nif
cent PAKLOll ."LEEPIXw; AM) DKaW.
INU KOOM C.Vlts) from CHICAGO.
DE THOIT AND TOLEDO, aud Its admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AM) BUFFALO with the NEW YOKE
CENTRAL AND ElUE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at al
offices of connecting lines, or at the com
Any information on be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Oeu'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't. Detroit.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallerv.
WlII.I'.KAl Thomas Sullivan, by his r.rUiiD
sale mnrtiruge, duly executed, ctelivHied
nd recorded, iu tlie recorder's orllce of Alexan
der comity, Stute of Illinois, in llo,.k
I'sice t '2, did convey to the undersigned Isaac.
W alder, (which ssid mortgage lx-ur date the
first (1st) day or November, A. 1., Is7".),the
following described renl estate, lying and be
iiifr tn the city of Cairo, roumy ol' Alexander,
BH'l MRte of Illinois, to-wit: Lot mint bered
thirty-eight fis). in block numlwred Ulty-lour
(4) , to secure the payment of his nertain prom
issory note bearing even date with saidmort
((sk. lor the sum of sixty uu-lon dollars, w ith
interest at the rule of ten per cent pci nnuuni
I mm date, until aid. And wh reas, the said
Thomas Millivsn hnving made default in (he
payment of the money so secured to be paid as
aforesuid: now. thefor. I. the undersigned
mortaee alnrexaid. under and virtue ot the
mortKaue aforesaid, hen by itive notice that 1
win. on atuptay, tlie muauy ot Aiisum. at
the hour of -i oVI.x k, p, m , A !.. IsT... -ll nt
public vendue to the liitrbest bidder for cah
at the front Joor of the court house, In the city
oft airo, county of Alexander and Mtateof Illi
nois the real estate so conveyed to hull by (lie
sai't mortgagor, term or sale i asn in liumt
ISAAC WALliEU, Morttfsirx.
f'airo. IUs...Iuly 1.-th , ls76 7-ls-dtd.
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY,
Three Blocks west of (;rani Central Depot
near the Elevated Railroad, and but twen
ty minutes from Wall Street. All u.oitrrn
Improvements. Rates tl per dav. Lib
eral terms to fuiimlie-.
CHAS. E. LELAND, Proprietor
Of Delevun House, Ainany, N. Y , and
Clarendon Hotel, Saratoga. ' 7-7-d:lm.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avenue
Advance made on Oonsrgnments.
Hri its ot Titles made, Ceuveyauces line.
Collection attended to.
Attention to business, and Keuilttanecs
Auction finl Every SHturduy
.Mo rnin a,
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing PraaaVtlr Dona.
laoriuei tai (untuy.
laprof h tat Quality
Lincoln Butter Powder
Uaau Ftseata Duller all tha Year atouud
BTJTTEB IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln ltuttcr Towder fa aa entirely
l.ai'uiless article mada trout a oelebiated
Kugllsb rclo, aud bow iu dally u by
roauy of the must limed fu-utera in the
butter couutlf i around l'biiadvi hia.
t i hot weather thb Powder muks buttcf
much firmer aud sweeter than it usually is,
and keeps it fro in turning tan, 14 H also
remove ibe strong flavor of turnip, garlic,
weeds, e 'Hi stalks, cot'oa aeed, eta.; and
the increased yitd of butter tuuva " ore
toaa payi tne irmiog xpenaa or using it
S Cta fer rawataara.
W BOLta&ta DaroT 106C Market t
In all Their Departments
Commencing May let. 1876.
Rich Black Silks
The Most Celebrated I.tods Looms,
At a I 2.5 Keduced from at ,
At a I ,V Ktsiucwt irom SI ftr,
At I ?.? Ketluced from VI,
At (J 00 IteduwU from 1 CO,
Plain Cold d Fucj Bi
At On UediKfst from la.
At 91 INI i:eiu-(l lro ai av,
At HI -2.1 I(ithir4si lioni l SO,
At ! .V Ifa-imxi from ai .
mm wumi mi mi
In Camel's ITnlr, Cheviots, and Iainasees, Ke-
mum to w, rents ;i. irom n a,
tl "0, ai and $2 s.
Popular Dress Goods
Iu New and Fashionable Fanrics and t'olor-, of
I tin Redured from lej
lHo Heducl from 8-V;
Reduceil from 80ct
2.1c lteliH-ed from S7ct
SOc, former price .Vfcioftac.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At , 1"0 and 9V1H, Forroarty Sold nt $.'"C,
and J v.
Slack nl Scarlet Stella Shawls
At $15. $5 and fd
Keduced from V), t " uod es'..
LLm, 0TT8M & SHSILAl'S Wil
At f I V' Kcducct Irom $3 to .
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The IstieMt Psria Sij lea from $10 1'pwards, em
biaciotf Ihe'i lioicext noreltiM si
ENORMilt 's RKPICTIONS,
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An I't inen-e Stork of Moet Uenutifltl and
All at Very fireat Reduction.
Ladies', C'hiMrcn's and Gentlemen'
The Heat KnKlinh. Krvut U and Ueintaa tiootlt,
All Msrs.ru at Lowest Voooiblt 1'riees.
Are thor Highly stokcd with the best
Koods, at tli'. 1 m tt I'SL'KaK" prices. Beau
tiful Aineilean prii.t- ut ,V. and tie. per
vsid; ttaudsrd 4 4 bleached good at lUc;
l.on iUIo shirlings at Iw. ; Mew York
Mil s, lilo : and :-4 sheclin? at 121c.
nr.: m mil vmi
(V liielt we keep ut the tirutid .Street tor
only), e are uttering KnUibii au.iAtn ri
cnu tietiie ai l, toiuur price tl
body iruHtl ai ijl . ?ruier p 91 hi;
all-woo! UigTalu t 7 , lo-tuef ii'. nt e.;
throe p y ii.urait s at l jonsir juice,
It bo; oil-V.I bs at .S.V. 10 TOv ; firmer
price &00 to 7e.
s.mpiri of g.Mi-is, and eatoloituea of In.
dies' ad nii-M's' suits and niu-lin tiodtr
wear, aad iafant'ouin a,aent ireetifciiara
to all serlioes of the l'ult hitc.
Hulca tor sol .measure m nt a nt oa appli
es! on to all pari, ot the eumry.
trder fr go da ef all kind will ba rare
fuily atuad d lo, and the goods packed
and tot warded without vbarge. jaur-wftu
Broadway aitd Twentieth Strtet.
Crar.d and Chrlttlt Cb., U. Y.