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OAIJCXAHDKB LOIMJK, NO. W4.
IwkfWfHknt Order of IxM-rel-lowa,
nxeta ercrr Tburaday night
at luilf-rM "Ten, la their hall oa
Jonmarolal area, between lth and Seventh
rcau Uua Lamb, N U
"UIRO KMCAMPaUEIfT, I. O. O. r.. me;
a Via Odd-fi-llowa' Hall oa tb A rut and Uiird
I mariar ia every month, at balf-pant awn
A CAIRO Mio.io.sy,A.r. A.M.
AA Hulil mrular communication la Ma
C sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
and KiKitn atrert, on Ui aecond and
"mirth Monday of each month.
J. Q. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lamia, Cairo lot,
. ett lianjre for St Louis property.
The south luilJ of the 4 'Pilot" limine at
flood two etory brick store room on
Cknnuierclal avenue between Eleventh
A nice brick residence on Sixth N
t ween Commercial ami Washington ave
nut'g. Cotlago on Sixth ftrcct near Wash
Cottage on Eighth istrect war U'ul
aut id reef.
Dwelling, corner Twnity fourth and
f lillroW avenue.
First floor of Lrlck dwelling' corner
Nlm-tecuth and Poplar streets.
CotUife on Fourth Street, between
otumerclal and Wanhlugton avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, weft of Wal
Cottage ou Fourteenth "trt-ft, wet
ol VVasUiiijlou avenue, $11
Saloon ami fixture?, outhwct corn
er Kbtatecnth btreet and Com men ial
venue, at a barjrnin.
-t-Cottajre on Twelfth street, wt-'t ol
JonniMWial avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cro afreet, wn
ol Washington avenua.
Buine hnne on Ivce Mnet, utove
A &frl cottage on Twenty-Ninth
tret t, w ar C'omim rcinl avenue.
Klnre room m Commercial fiv-iiiu-.
aext to Wavcrly hotel. $10.
4itUfe of 4 root on Twenty-third
treet, pi. Good yard and ciMern.
(iood dwelling house ou Walnut, I
tween Twenty-nerond and Twenty-Herd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar street, $12 GO.
Store room adjoining alove,
HouMt on Cotnuiercifcl avenue, near
Ultli ntnt-t. Sttttahtu for business and
IweJUn, f 15.
'leneHient iiinnU-reil 8 ami 9,
W Inter How. & rooms each for $10
iter mtdtth. Will be out in tirt-claM
Iwellin hou.e on Sixth Htreet and
lelferwn avenuo $10.
Orphan Afjluui ImiUlinjf nnd reiul
K'. I'ejil low, to a good tenant.
Storo room, corner Twentieth and
WahiuKton avenue, $12 a month.
Hoonm In Tarlouit arU ol the city.
. FOU LEASE OK SALE.
IjiimU, in tractn to tult, near Cairo.
Urn e Ike MaaaUla ml rvloraul
by Uie Atchison, Topika and SanU Fe
lUilroad, the new and loul;ir line from
Atchlbou and Kansas City via the Uauli
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Spring, lxl Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $.i0, allowing
top-oft privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs.
Maniton and Tike's Peak. Low emi
grant rate to the San Juan mine.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the .MUsourl Kiver and Koeky Moun
tains, without change. Clow connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
m-iiver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables ami thn " San
Juan (iiiide," address,
T. J. ANDMtHOX,
Hen. l'ai. AiI.,
7-1 tf Tofi ka, Kan.
A tim. 1 Ijiandry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, le.
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels nnd boarding boost's will
lind it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 7" cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
tollows: Single hirt and collar, Lie; per
dozen, S0e ; noeks, 6c ; two collars, 5c ;
two handkerchiefs, 5e; vests, 20c; anil
all gentlemen's wear, 80e. er dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2jc ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c ; white
dresses, $1 2"c ; ladies' uuderw are, fine
d coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
ROOMS TO RENT.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
Hire rooms and Summer kitchen; also
two rooms ou same street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. 6-2.s-tf.
, r.Gll Bt.ATKR.
Kedhcftcr's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard,
whip aud frosting maker. Premium egg
beater ol 171, aud the best in the world.
For sale by Chas. W. Henderson, general
dealer in stoves, tin and hollow w ar
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
flreet, Cairo, Illinois. C-27-lm
J. tiKOhOK SIHNUOlSE
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
auder County Bank, Is the place to get a
tushionuble hair cut or a smooth shave,
or am tbiug else In the barber Hue. La
dies' and chlldrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their hornet.
lL Ji - - uau-a-i-'-ag
Wc art aulhoriicd to announce JollW II.
andrr count, at the couilnn oountf rltrlion.
WartMtkotiMMaaaMarc imi k. a. r.i
naiMlaa)iaan Jw uaiaVni Rrubiisn ntmli
datelwSlMUtftakwiB eoair t-lrrtion.
Wc ar aathoMana toaatxHiar 11 KK n All',
for an lndepaniint candidate forBhcrllTof Al
nr.ndiT county, at the tinning cuMly tl Imn.
RATES Or ADTEBTISIBTU.' I '
EfAU bill for alrertUinS, are due and pay
able IN ADVAHCa ,
Trantient adTertitlaff Will be inM-rtul at Uia
rata of 11 00 per aqnare for the first lnsoiiloa
and to eenta for each aUbaaquent one A libural
diaoount will be made a aUndlnf and dinpl
Tot Inaertlag Funeml notice tl oo Notice of
meeting of aoeletiee or tecret ordera to oenti for
Cburrh, Society, FentiTal and 8ur notis
will only be inaerted a adeertlaementa
Ko adTertleentent will be reoeiTcl at leu than
60 centa, and no advertieeinent will lie inwrtr
for lots than three dollars per month
i , . ,
lTL.Zam Local Buatn Motioaa, of
I fiTTtn line or aoaro, Inarted
ll in the BullaUn m foUowa :
Commence Ooaatlnf at to Unea.
On lmaartloa par Una.......-Uu S Conta
Two lnaertlona per line.. ...... 7 Centa
Throa lnaertiona par Una ......10 Cnta
Six lnaertiona per Una.... 16 Centa
Two woeaua U i.. 0 Oeuia
Ona monUt per line 35 Cant
No Kaduotlon will be made in above
TlinWUAY. JI'LY 27. 170.
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J AM 1.8 WATSON,
ttrriieant. Signal -ivt:e. I'. M A.
Mrs. W. P.. W right leaves the city on
Suuday for a visit to Wisconsin.
I'ememocr the bankrupt auction tale
ol goods at the old stand of Rockwell i
Co., commences to-day.
Captain James Morris, who has leen
in the south iu the interest of I-cilAe,
S hralgg & Co., is in the city.
Mr. P. P. Young, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
general traveling agent for the Ohio and
Cbesapeaku railroad, is in the. city.
The National Laud will entertain the
citizens on to-morrow evening, ou the
uptown stand, with an open air concert
The Unknown bae ball club of this
city goes to Mound City on Sunday to
play the lUverrides of that village a re-
Wanted, at the St. Charles hotel a tirst
class barber. One who can devote a small
portion of bis time to hi 4 legitimate bus!
ness preferred. it
Mr. W. K. Allen, assistant president.
and A. W. Saper, general suierintcndcnt
of St. Louis, Iron Mountain and South
em railroad company, are in the city.
The ladies of the church of the Re
deemer are preparing to resume their
parlor concerts. The first one of the sea
son will take place oue week from tr
night. ' '
At the Planter's lloue were registered
yesterday : J. J. Wright and C. II. Hunt,
Ixuis; W. Asklns, Tennessee ; James
McEImurry, Charleston, Mo.; A. J.
Mr. John Harmnn left yesterday
afternoon to attend the i-taiu convention
at Spriugilcld, aud will also, while in
that city, transact bankruptcy business
iu connection with his orlloc.
The Slate Democratic convention, to
which Judge llross. Judge William II.
U recti, John II. Oberly and John t.
llarman ot this city are delegates,
meets in Springrteld to-day.
Misses Annie and Katie Alvord will
leave Cairo to-morrow for Chicago and
other cities, to spend the reuminder of
the school vacation. Miss Annie Al
vord will be absent for several months,
for the purpose of receiving instruction
The arrivals at the St. Charles yester
day, were O. 1L Pago and wife, Cen
tralia ; J. C. Moore, Rloomlngton ; W,
W. Martin, and J. M. Krezell, New Or
leans ; P. F. Voting, Byron Barrett, An
thony Foy, ami D. W. Kh mer, Cincin
nati ; David Brown, Percey ; 11. L. Lo
The old Lincoln pole, opposite the
City National bank, on Ohio levfe, w hich
has weathered tlie blasts of the past
twelve years, was broken off lit the
ground yesterday morning, while Cap
tain Jesse McIIatlle was at work prepar
ing the tackle, etc, with which the Til
den ami licudi iek s pole was raised.
The Kobt. E. Leo returned to this
port from Paducah on Tuesday even
lug, aud a string ot visitors have been
pouring into her cabin ever since her
arrival. She made the run from Padu
cah in two hours and twenty-six minutes.
She Is loading to leave for New Orleans
A horse belonging to a countryman,
attached to a light wagou, rait away ou
Commercial avenue yesterday morn
ing, and made a total wreck of the
vehicle by jamming it against a tree iu
front of Col. Jim Johnson's house, at the
corner of Fourteenth street and Com
Still the officers persist iu bringing to
grief the trespassers ou the railroad.
Deputy Sheriff John Wwehan yesterday
aftrmowit uift sttd a colored tuan nnrjn4
ftrhU Banks or bflardlM the ' Inrjominj?
fwsenger train on the Illinois Central,
mil Judge Bird lined him one dollar and
'.-osts. He paid it nnd was discharged.
We arc Informed that Messrs. Thistle
wood and Hiiikh who liavc associated
themselves together for the purpose of
arrylng on the tobacco business In
Cairo, aro negotiating for the vacant lot
at the corn of fourth trcl and Ohio
loeAviiera Unf propose to erect a ware!
Among the improvements lcing made
by Health Olllecr Brown, is the work
now belnj done on the piece of" gronnd
on Eighth street, between Commercial
avenue nnd Ohio levee, in the rear of
Huse, Loomls & Co's. ice agency. This
spot has for a long ftime been very tin.
pleasant to tlie eye artI nasal organ, and
Brown is removing the rubbi-h and fill
ing the hole up w ith dirt.
Another moonlight excursion to
Columbus nnd return on the line steam
er Idlcwild is announced lor Saturday
evening.' Tbo recent excursion trlr made'
bvthu Idlcwild proved one of the most
enjoyable events that has ever been af
forded the young people ol Cairo, and an
equally good time Is assured tho.ee who
participate in the excursion of Saturday.
The tare for tlie round trip, inriiidlng r
freslinieiit. will lie one dollar " '
The San says that lor reasons uiiiiec
essary to mention, It gives it as its opin
ion that the Hon. Win. Hartell will not
apMiiiit a naval cadet until about the
first of September. It also says it be
lieves Mr. Hart.ell will appoint George
Clark, ol this city, "Keeeiit evcnls,"
says the Sun "makes this Rppoiiitmcnt
almost a certainty." What 'grounds the
levee luminary has for making the above
remarks we cannot say, but we hope Mr.
Hart.ell oiay fee fit to crowu' our hoy
with the laurels he covets.
. The Democratic club met at its ball on
Tuesday evening. There was a large at-'
tendance of the members, who came to
the conclusion alter some discussion, that
a glee club w as an indispcnsible acquisi
tion to their ranks, and that forthwith a
club of singers. whoe duty it shall be to
carroll for Tilden and Hendricks by
night and by day, fhall be organized.
Accordingly a committee was appointed,
with Mr. W. H. Morris as chairman, to
secure the services ol foi'ne twenty young
warblers. A committee, with B. F. Liv
ingston as chairman, was nNo appointed
who will see that at each meeting of the
club, orators will be present to address
the members. The Democracy of this
city Is getting itstlt Into good idiape for
the canvass, and the way we will "drop
on" the Kadi one of the.JC fine days, w ill
be a caution.
Jane Barker is a forlorn gras widow.
Two years ago. Jane, with her husband,
John Barker, lived happily in a village
in Tennessee. John worked steadily, and
was good and kind to Jane, when all of
a sudden a marked change came over
him lor which Jane could not account,
and, lo and behold, one line morning
John packet! his duds and i-kippcd out
for parts uuknown. Jane toiled along
for these two Intervening years, and
lately a desire to sc.-; the world and shake
oil the desperate feeling that hovered
over her siezed her. She left her home,
and a few days ago landed in Cairo, she
went about seeking out pleasure w hcre
ever pleasure was to be found, and while
perambulating the streets the other day,
her eyes suddenly rested upon
her own darling John. she
set to work to inqure his business here,
and learned that his love for her had all
vanished, and that he had taken to him
self another charmer. The green-eyed
mouster, jealousy, got the upper hand ot
Jane, and her attention was turned to
ward her rival. She sought her lor sev
eral days, but in vain, and had almost
despaired ol ever being afforded the
pleasure of wreaking "sweet
vengence" on the destroyer ofher peace.
Yesterday morumg, however, between
C and 7 o'clock, while w alking up Wash
ington avenue, she came face to face
with the object ol her hatred near the
comer of Tenth street, and she imme
diately and wil bout ceremony "bouueed"
her. A heavy light ensued, which re
suited In the arrest of both pugilists by
Andrew Cain, l'hey were marched up
before Judge Bird for trial, where each
told her tale ot woe, and each received
an order to pay into the coffers of the
city a tine of live dollars and costs, which
they did, and were dist barged.
Bob Stokes and Horace Glasgow, tw o
gentlemen of color, having nothing else
to do yesterday morning, engaged in a
game ol ''craps" near the corner of
Twentieth street nnd Commercial ave
nue. The game went on quietly enough
for awhile, aud Bob, who started with a
solitary ten cent '.piece, was "plumpiu'
seven" and catching his friend Horace
lor "eleven" every lime, Horace was
"well heeled" and stood It like a little
man until Bob began to draw too heavy
on his bank, w hen he lost all patience
and snatched a halt dollar silver coin
which Bob had cast on the game. Bob
told him lay It down, which he did,
and Bob picked I it up put it into his
pocket, when a light cimised.
Bob is a good law- abiding
t-ilizeu, notwithstanding be gambles
ou "craps" once in aw hile. J lo knew
that Horace is "bad medicine," and that
if lie "staid with him" some one was
"gwlneto stack," and he run. Horace
followed iiini and Bob took refuge in the
New York store, but the proprietor ol
that establishment told him to "take a
tumble," and he was compelled to go
out and fight or be "chawed up." He
had no sooner stepped front the door
thau Jloj-iwe was, at bim, and tlm two
ediiiecf h lookers on with a' wicked
tight, in w hich Horace received an uly
gash across the foreliead, and another
I across the inuscle of the rl;;htarm, from
a knife la the hands of Bob- Andrew
Cain arrested Bob and took him before
iudgo Biftl. Ho'was fined ten dollars
and costs, which he gave security for,
nnd was discharged, lie then had a w ar
rant Issued for Horace, but up to a late
hour last evening he had eluded the
officers In search of him. "While dnt
man Ilornce Is runnin' roun'" says Bob,
Til have no peace, 1 can jus' see my
grave a gapin' and gapin' lor me, and
he'll put me in datbolcsuuh if dn t p'lcce-
iui don't cage 'cDi. , i i
5 S i . uu
The auction sale of the banknipUtock
of W. B. Koekwell & Co., nnd C. Kob
bins & Co., will commence this morniug
at ft O'clock;, Call around nnd secure bar
gains In books, stationary, iiiumc, etc.
WiMKit & Si uart, Auctioneers.
Ordinance . a.
Ait ordinance levying and assessing taxes
for the curr jnt fiscal year.
Be it ordained by the city council of the
city of Cairo:
Skction 1. That the sum of thirl y
live thou-and dollars ($:j."i.mKi) is hereby
levied aud assessed for corporate pur
poses, upon the real and personal prop
erty within the city of Cairo, subject lo
taxation, as the samu is assessed for State
and county purposes lor tlie current vear
Skc. 2. The major nnd citv clerk
of said citv ot Cairo rc hereby directed
to certify to the county cierk of Alexan
der county, Illinois, on or before the
j-eeoml Tuesday iu August, a. i., 1S7C,
that the said city of Cairo requires the
sum ol lliirfy-live thousand dollars, to
be raised by taxation tor the current
year, and the city clerk is further di
rected to file witii said county clerk of
Alexander county, on or befoie the said
second Tuesday in Aiigu.it, a. p., Iv7!, a
certified copy ot this ordinance.
Skc. :i. Whenever the county elerk ol
said Alexander county has extended the
tax altove levied lor the city ol Cairo,
upon the county collector's book for the
current year, it i-lmil be the duty of the
city elerk to ascertain the exact amount
so extended and charge the same upon
Ins Irjoks to oaid collector, ami to credit
the said collector with the sum or sums
he thall from time to time pay to the city
treaurer ou account ol said lax.
Provided, Tlie city clerk Hiull not
credit the said collector with any abate
ment, or forfeitures ot said tax until the
same have Ijcen examined and allowed
by the citv council, hut it fhall be the
duty ot tlie city clerk to obtain from tlie
said collector a statement of any abate
ments and ford -Mures and present the
same lor approval to the city council.
!u:. 4. It tiall he the dutv of the
citv treasurer whenever 1 lie county col
lector shall from time to time pay over
to said treasurer any city taxes, above
levied 'to apportion and apply the
same to (lie several funds named below
in proportion to their respective amount,
as lollow s :
To fund for paying outstand
ing lliterc't bearing citv
warrants $ S.OOO (si
To new levee laud 22.tHSi no
To general fund l.l.lKKl HO
Approved .Inly 2'M. WO.
Attest : II. WIN TF.If. Mayor.
.1. W. s n-:w.nT. 'ity Clerk.
I will continue the sale of books and
stationery nnd musical goods , as hereto
fore at Bobbin' Mu-ical Baar, until
Thursday, July J7th.
Parties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or in jobbing lots will consult
their interest by purchasing now.
I will receive bids for either slock of
goods in bulk at any time.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale of books and station
cry pertaining to t.ie estate of W. B.
I lock well i& Co., and the stock of mu
sical goods belonging to the estate ol C
Kubbins & Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire stocks arc dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
oflered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. GK0W.K Fisukr, Assignee,
Of W. B. Kookwdl, bankrupt, an I C.
Bobbins Sl Co., bankrupts.
CiRo,Muly 21st, 1S70. 7-22-11
The truth will at last be sure to prove
No young State has had more false
hoods to fight again-t than Nebraska.
She is show ing herself, however, to be
the banner State of our bread raising
country. Last ymr she had a fair wheat
rrop, and the finest corn crop iu the
w hole West.
This year the wheat, barley, oats and
corn crop of Southern Nebraska, will
lead any other section of country. A
splendid crop of the finest wheat and
barley is now being harvested ; oats are
ready for cutting and the corn crop is in
splendid condition, ami nearly ready to
The enormous advance, iu the price of
laud that we have nil witnessed in Illi
nois and Iowa, will shortly be repeated
in Nebraska. w-lt
l'iillier ami l'iudiiik.
At the store room of C. Koih, on
Commercial avenue. No. is, below Sixth
street, may be louml a lull assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots nnd
shoes, lie alo keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., ol hi.
own make. I'.oots and f hocs made to
order of first-class material nnd satisfac
tUui guaranteed. C-21 tf
Democrat Male ( uiiteuiion.
Cairo, July 2.1, ls7i;.
To pel, ous w idling to attend the Dem
ocratic State Convention ut Springfield,
July 27th, 170, we will m II tickets to
Pana and return ut one ami one-iifih
fair JS.05 for round trip.
Jam is Joiinso,
General Soul hern Agent.
A'io copy. It
I.von's Kaiiuikox makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray.. It has stood the
test of 10 y ears, D charmingly perfumed
and bus norival. :M0-d ly
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avt uue, Is open to
the- puhh. The Imr Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors ami dm liue-t
brands of cigars.
' 3-25-tf A. Krai s, Proprietor,
i- w. Mlirhelt, M. I. R. ltrl)rtiam. M. n
Mino Jiiiurti, niiM.iiMt
issi i i i i t-;. i
Dra. Mitchell A Itrlahnni, Froprlclora.
Wo nrc treating those diseases not usu
ally treated by the general practitioner,
such as Piles, Fistula, Hip-Joint Discnse,
Old Fever sores, Curved Spines, Tumon,
Clublcct, Hare Lip, Cross Eyes and all
diseases of the Eye and Ear, and surgical
and chronic diseases. Wc nlso give es
pecial nttcntion to the cure of diseases
lcouliar to females. Wc cure Piles with
out knife, ligature or caustic. The treat
ment gives but little pain, and we guar
antee a cure in every case, and ak no
pay until the cure is effected.
7 -27-4 1
The Charter Oak cook stove now in
my kitchen hns been used ten years. It
bakes perfectly with les3 fuel than any
stove that 1 know of ; is perfectly clean,
no dust or ashes escape into the room,
and I cheerfully recommend it to any
housekeeper wanting a first-rate i-toyc.
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Snennl, Sijrnul fcrviec, I . A.
.Sie.'iiiH-r.lint Fi-k. Paducah.
' Vint Shiukle, Cincinnati.
:obt. E. Lee, Paducah.
" H. M. Norton, tow, St. Louis.
Golden Kule, Cim-iunali.
" Geo. W. Cheek, Memphis.
Steamer .'ini Fisk, Padiicali.
" Vint Shinklc, .Memphis.
' Golden Pule, New Orlean i.
" Geo. W. Check, Paducah.
George W. Check passed up
niphis for Paducah yesterday,
where she goes on the docks for repairs.
The l. olden Kule come down the
Ohio loaded to the wafer edge. She
wanted nothing here, and went her way.
The Vint .Shinklc pased down with
a good trip. She got very little lure.
The Fik bad a very good trip from
Paducah, Including 2C hogUieads tobacco
for New York.
The E. M. Norton has a tow ol ore
for the Ohio river.
The Kobcrt E. Lee eamc in from Pa
ducah wilh 320 hhds tobacco, which she
takes to New Orleans. She made the
down trip in 2 hours and 2'5 minutes.
She is now lying at the wharf, where the
received yesterday 1,500 sacks of oats,
1,000 bbls of Hour, r.l hhds tobacco nnd
some other freight. She leaves for New
Orleans on Saturday.
The Idlewild announces another
moonlight excursion to Columbus nnd
return, to come oil" Saturday evening.
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 Lager
Beer to wash it down.
He invites all his friends.
ai t I loi:i:its.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avonuo
Advitocea iri.nlH CD CunNi,'iiiiinls. Al
MliaeU of Titles mule, Conveyances ud
Collections ulteli'lcl to.
Attention Ui luikinetu, aii Iteumluii.H..
Tllr.UKAsi Tlinlims MullivHii, liV Ins i.-rliilil
W uie iuortirui.'e. ilulv exevulnl. ilrlnmol
im J retxirUnl , ill Ilie rei-onier'amliceiil' AU'Xaii
iler riiuuty, sihIk ut' lllium., in llouk "'.,"
I'uj;i' 1"-, , 1 1 I riiuvi-y lo IU1 uniu'-si.'uri iphih;
W uldiT, (which wii'l m'irli;uj:i l-ai ilule llie
lirst (Ull ill.) ol' N.imuU'i . A. !., !;.'), the
lullow iii ili-r-i-riU-.l niil elale, 1 intr aud l
niir in Hit' i'ily el' i auu, i-uiiiity el AlcxmnJer,
anil slHlc nt' Illinois, t.ewit: l t niiiul-iml
thiriv-risht ( ;s). iu lilock iiiiiiii n-rnl lilt) -lour
( 4), lo M-cui llie puyiiieiil l hi ccrliiiu irnin
iiisury uule 0riti'iii( evru ilitlu uilh uul iimi l
Miiife. Ihi- llu'eiiiii of aixty - l'i ilullais, Milh
liilere.-t at the ruleuf tt-li r cult. ic- milium
Hum ilalc, liiitil I'aid Ali'l w lu rr-i, tlii? nii.l
l liuuiait Sullivan lmvin inuile ilrlaull iu the
iiaVliieut il tlie iniii-.ey wt sei'Ure.1 M be mul
uloivsanl; leiw. Ilielurv, I, oie uiiiii-ismiivo
iimrtxuKct' aliiiviuinl, uuili-r unit vn liiu ol me
uioillEuXU ulurrMiid, hultl'V y.t nolii'tf that 1
will, on Kaliiriliiy, llie I'Mh iluy ol Aiiku. I. ut
Ih hour or s; o'clock, V, in., A l.. IsTl, uril at
,iililn- veuilut- lo tin- IiikI'cM hiil.liT tor rwli,
iU llif I'ront loor ft tli- coiii'l liour, ill the il)
ot t uiro, 4-ouaiT of Alrvamh-r ami rtiuleol llli-noi-i
the ri-il estjle no convevwt tn linn liy the
iwi.liuoilMtfor. J eriiH ol 4 ah iu hand.
ISAAC W Al.lr.lt, Mortaairee.
t'uilil. IIU.. Jiilyjsih. Ini. J-IS-ilnl.
Kie;Hsh !rus.-els. Three Ply ami lnvrulo,
also, snir Cmiiet-, Velvet Uuf, t riuiit
Clullis, (lit t'lolti. fie., vrry cheap
at I lie t'ld Place
113 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
t'urpets caretully jnu-ked and fceut to any
part of the t uned (SUtei lieeofchrr.
9 5 SEND! FOR PRICE LIST
7-1 ly. J. A. BENDALL.
i siren.!. -fOTirrn.
' titllmMC lroicrttr I'Af Mnl
The nronerl v at the rntnarnl T.i-r.i.n. n,
Direct and tVawhinitnn ivanm
pied by F. Ilcaly as a drujr' more. For
viui-S oic., M'P1 l' I'nlL. W ARPNKR.
niui n i-iaiB Limns .lor-'en-on, oec u.
-atealrtenee Ra(for Nnle.
Tha unJrrlffne.l will mil a rpi,i.Mi,.
boat, TiOw DHKred In the Ohio river otu.n.
site I'at. Uorcnran's hoardlnif homo. The
boat Is well tilted up. lor a eniiifortiMe
roidt-nre, the caliin liemg tliirty-tiva feet
in lentfth hy twelve in width, nnd the hull
forty feet by twelve. The bn.n will li..id
at low price on reasonable term'. In
quire at Jlr. Alctcalfi grocery, opposite the
eonrthon.se, or nt Irs. Catalan a near the
convent. Mrs. Maky Oalaoan.
low To Make Money.
We will t ate that the Kiirest, best and
ppticdieHt way to 'multiply and Im-rente"
is to call at No. 1J Wall Htreet, Kew Voik,
and conduit with Alex Frothinliam k Co,
Tliee gentlemen, who have lorn; been
Mentilied with the history and nllairs ot
Wall Ktreet. are unusually skilled in mone
tary afflr, and In everything appertaining
io tpenihtuon, are uuexcelieu lor ability
nnd prntieieuey. It may kI'o tic Haid that
of the many liYnkf-M in that rity they nre
not only tbo most popular, lint also the
most ancff 9lul, best patronlcd, and most
widely known in or nenr the vicinity of
Amon? the ru.-tomer.- ot the lnnisn t,(
Alex Krothingham A Co., are minu of our
leading and reiirecntative citizen, who
are mainly indebted to the labor of thi
firm lor much of the weuHIt they now enjoy.
1 Hiring the lonir and auerenufnl exper
ience ot Momis. Alex. KrothiiiL'bam A Co.,
in tiil rity they have earned fur tliein-i l i s
an enviable reputation for honety, inteir
rity an I failh, and enjoy a lui-ine-i nlmo-d
eoloenil in its irin.rtioiiH. In fact, the
amount of lnn-ines done by tin hoii-o in
the eour.-e of a year is iituel hin-r wonder
ful, nnd olten tortnt the auhiert of com
ment. It need.- but a visit to their pru-iini
Olliei in Wall n'-rcct to proe the trillli ot
the above t :tt cine 11 1 .
How they manure to ronveit flu lo t-jn,
?-Jn to jjifo. tlt into 5-..D, :i,i , ,,. :l
cci-rct which they alone can explain; but
tli it tin y succeed in iioimr m t a I n l loo
well known t admit of doubt. 1 1 you
would valely nnd profitttbly invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor ttiis'iirm
illi your cash and conli Jenoe. 1 hathv to
Initio ) on will reap an abundant reward,
the experience ot thousands nt our Ue.-t
eiticn.4 Htte.st. The neeesity of t iK nir
such a course iu thee tiinca of Mitcrin
banki Hiid linanci.il trinu'cncy must be ap
parent to the nio-t iniliilcrent and careless
iJensrn Alex, rrothinuliam Co., are
prepared to invest money to any amount in
the best o?uritle. and in every transac
tion in which they may be eniriwed euar
autee eniirn satislael ion lo tho-e who honor
them with their patronaee.
I..i"!?eml tor their Explanatory Cireul.tr
and Weekly Keporls, which they mail free
to all w ho desire them. tW-m X. V. X'
, Aji-ll 10, Kil. 7-1S-ei)dolii':
E. 1'. KuiiUel m mtler Mine or Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakne.sH, attended with fcviniitohis : indis
position to exertion, lom of memory, dilll
eully of breathing, iretieral wi'ukneHs, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, niht sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lanpitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite w ith dyspeptic V) inp
tom, hot hands, flashing of the bo ly, dr
ness of the skin, pallid eouulenaren mid
eruptions on thu face, purityini; the blood,
pain in the bark, heaviness ot the eyelids,
freipieut black spots Hying before the eyes
with temporary sutlisioti and loss nf tight,
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
nil arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. V. hunkel'a P.itter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands arc. now
enjoying health who hae Used it. Take
only 1-:. K. Kunkd'H.
Keware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kutikel'a Hitter Wine of Iron Is
so w ell known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sen u on io ineir rusrotnrrs, when llu-y
call lor Kiiukcri. liiin-r vviuu or lion.
Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in Vl bottles, nnd has a yellow w rapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper ol
cadi bottle. Ahvavs look for thn iilioto-
graph on the outside, and yon w ill always
lie sure to get the genuine, tine uoiiur nei
bottle, or six for f j. Sold by druggists and
ALL WOKMS 111:.MUVK1 A1.1VE.
K. F. Kunkcl's Worm Syrup never falls
to ucstroy l'in Scat una Stomach Worms.
lr. Kuukel, the only mieeesslul physician
who remove Tape "Worm in two hours
alive, with bead, and no fee until removed,
Common ncuse tvachea Uiut il Tape Worm
be removed, all oilier worms can be readily
destroyed. Send for circular to Jr. Kun.
kel. No. North .Ninth street, l'hiladel
pbia, l'a.. or call on your dru'ist nnd ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's VN orm Svrup.
I'lice, $1.IW. It never fails.
4 en ten ii ml Kxf'iirvioiiihtH.
Will, of eourse, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOI THKUN K'V COMPANY
has, tbrough its connections in the Wes
ami Northwest, placed on sale a laiye
niinibt rof Tot'itisrs' KxctitstoN Tickets
at greatly reduced rates, by w hich passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial V.
lnbition nt Philadelphia, but can, lu addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, wiihan
opportunity of stopping nt any of tho
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CAN ADA SOI; I II
i:it.N is the only line from tbu west rummer
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
ger, from the train, a wouderlul panoramic
view of the MIUHTY CATAKACT,
IIOKSK-SUOK FALL, the (iKKAT
KAPlD-s, and landing thorn dirci-yy at the
Falls. The track ot the CANADA SOU 111
KKN is an air line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern; there are no eiirvi-H
or grade; wood is used for fuel; Coaches
are furnished Willi the Wiiichcll Patent
enlilalor, ensuring pi elect fr?udom from
dust. With its complete stem of majrnif
eetltPAHLOlt SL.F.F.PINU AND DKV
1NU P.OOM OAKS from CUIC.MiO.
DKT1M1T AND TonT'.DO, aud its admir
able connection at MAOAIIA FAI LS
AND P.l'FFAI.O with the NF.W YoP.K
t KNTIi AL AND Fllli: RAILWAYS, llie
Canada southern is fust beiomiii'j; the
F A V O R I T K 1.1 N K T o T H F. FAST, l ickels
ia this popular liue can ho procured at ul
oitieaof connecting linr, or at the com
pany'soW u oltices.
Any iiifuiuihtiou CjU ho obtained hy ad.
dressing FKA.VK KSuH',
(lin'l Pas, atd Ticket Ag't. Dmr.oir.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Junrion of Bi-ondway, 7tU Avenue nnd
NEW YORK CITY.
Three Itlocka went of lir.in l Ceiilral Depot
ii "sr llie Flevuled Railroad, and buttwe
ly uuuiile from Wall Sired. All 'modern
improvement. lUte ft per day. Lib
eral ternij to fallialies.
CHAS. E. LKLAND, Propridor
Of Dcluvau House, Albany, N. , unj
CUreudon Hotel, Saratoga. "-T-d'iw.
rpiio eklj UulleUu,
1.39 ueryt-r, HlaK ren,id, lo anyMs
litl' AND CIIEAI'f'r
iaier pilbli.shi.l in Soulhern llbuoi.
lu all Their f epai utii nl.s
Commencing May 1st, 1376.
Hich Black Silks
IlmMi)rl C eli'limled I. von Ifioms,
A I SI S.1 l!.iluits from l .,
At 11 M l.i .luc! in, in XI s ,
At 7.1 !te.ic-rl from ej V.".,
A I Oil U.'tlnccl iv,, in ft r,i
Phis Cdd d Fassy E
.ii ,7"i: i.riiu.ni IIOII1 1
At &i oil N,bi,w I io o l -i,
.MM -. Kclnci.l lioni hi 50,
At I oil 1,'eiliiee'l from Ml mi
.!... i..t i .... ... . ...
In Cuincl's IT ui r. I 'tiewots, nn I finma- is, He-
iiii.ci 10 . i, .!, ctius i. i rum
f l "J, $1 T'i un.i i no.
Popular Dress Goods
In New find Kii.diionaMc Kai'i irs and i olors, ol
l'r It. ilucivl from ISc;
Is.- Ittslnctsl liom a.V;
'fir Uailurtsl from :tOc;
ti.le ld.sllll'l liom :17, ;
31lc, former price r,l)o to r,l'.c.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
Al Js-1( h,hi n. ::, 'rmrrlv Sol. I at ;oi,
.V niel e.
Black and Scarlet 5t:lh Shavb
At S !', $r. mid ii
Kcdihcil from J, .ii and ,',
LLAMA, CTIWAH KStlAJD S5A7TLS
At,1! '.'" tot"' l.'islnceil In.in! lo lis.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The IjiIc I Paris fctylcs rroin I'liWuidH, rm
lnacinK llie rhoiii'sl llol lll s
KNollMiil l:l.ll C I luNs,
Ladicu' and Chiidrens Underwear
All liiiiiicii-ti Mock of Mont llcioilil'id and
iti i.iaui.i: liui.t.-.
All at Very lovul Ui-.l.ii lion.
Ladies, Children's ami t ciitlcnicn'
I he l!c-l I : i.' 1 1 . 1 . t n il. h iiml i.cnicin I. I,
All M.llkiil lit l.oWc.-l fos.-lble ri'lccn.
Are thoroughly flocked wilh the best
jroods, al the lowest package prices. I'.cau
liful A loci ic in Jo ints at ". timl tic. irr
yard: i-l.mdard 4 4 bleached poods ut inc.;
).ond.ie hirtiiii's at lie.; New York
Mills, l.'U : :uid ."-t s ,,.c ii t l j 'e.
TASLS m Mil LISESS
Iu u'l tl.e Vil'ioils tirades, utMIargain.
t hi. Ii wo kt.cp ul the C.raiid Sim t i.tor
only), we ure ottering l.in,lisn and Ameri
can laiftiii" ul tl. loiiucr puce rl
body I'.riC M Is ut f I .'vi, lorim r ri. t-l i"J
..o 11 . T.i.. I... in. r nrt. .. '
Ul i-, iiti.ia.it . "
Ilileeplv iu'.'ri i . I i-'. Ii liter I'll' f,
$1 &0 J 'oil-.loilis ut .' ic. I Ti.v ; tiitoer
price. Ts-. to Vc.
Sample of coods, and r iU'.oue of l i
dies' and nus-t s' suits ami niudiu nnd. r
Wt ar, and inl:iut' oullil. I t licccl cbaiye
to ail seetioUs of tho I lilt c J MuU .
Rules lor m ll-nu asureuielit xul on appii
cat on to all part ct lh eoiintiy.
Ol der for good of all kiud ill b care
fully attended to, and the jrood packl
aud lot warded w ithout charge. j;u.w.'iu
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts , N.Y.