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A8CALOH LODGK, NO. 61.
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""1AIEO EHCAMPMKNT, t. O. O. f. merta
in Odd-Vllow' Hall oh (be Inland third
I ntsda) ia wrry month, at half-MuK Mvra
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iiuM ref a
TUT sonic Hall.
' xod tlKhlh
NO.W7.A.F. A A.M.
alar oomrauafcaiiona in mm-
AmmL street, oa Um amoud and
'ourtb Moodar of aavch month .
J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alrxandor comity lands, Cairo ot,
exchange for SU Louis proi?rty.
The Huuth ball of the "Pilot" house at
Good two story brick store room on
Commercial avenue between Eleventh
A nice brick residence on Sixth lv
twecu Commercial and Washington ave
nues. C'ottajro on Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Eighth street near Wal
Dwelling, corner Twenty-fourth ami
1 1 ol brook avenue.
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar afreet.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
Commercial and WaihiDgton avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth street, went
of Washington avenue, fit
Saloon and fixture, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth atreet. weal ot
Jommerclal avenne, $10.
Dwelling boute on Oo street, wes
ol Washington avenue.
Business hour on Levee street, above
A good cottage ou Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
treet, pi. Good yard and cistern.
Oood dwelling houM on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty -th'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 CO.
Store room adjoining above, $3.
House on Commercial avenue, near
1Mb atreet. Suitable for business and
J welling, $15.
Tenement numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Row, ft rooms each ' for f 10
lr month. Will be
put ln Unit-class
Dwelling house oa Sixth street and
Icfltrson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and promt
Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, coriwr Twentieth and
Waaldiifrtoii avenue, fl'J a month.
Room In various parts ol the city.
FOR LKASK OR SALE.
Land), In tract to suit, near Cairo.
4 M I toe ttoauUtlaa aif C'lriMt
by the Atchlsou, Tojxka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
AtchUon and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkanaas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $", allow lug
stop-oil pri vllegea both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring?,
Maultou 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 eonnec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Ienverand Northern Colorado.
For map, time tables ami the " San
Juan (iulde," address,
T. J. Axdkrmox,
Gen. Pa. Ayt.,
7-lxtf Tort., Kax.
A . 1 laundry .'
It is now. conceded that Bins. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commvrchd ave.
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the aity, and laud
lords of hotel and boarding hounes w ill
Hud It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cenU
per dozen. For piece work price are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; per
dozen, 80u ; socks, 5c ; two collars, &c ;
two haudkerchleftt, 5c ; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen wear, 80c. per dozen.
Indies plain calico dressus, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c ; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' underware, Hue
d coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-34-u.
MOOMS TO KENT.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three room sand Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms .on. same street. ' Apply at
Delta House, alr C-28 tf.
KQO BKATCK. ,
Redheflcr's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Egg Beater, tweet cream, custard,
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater ol 1874, and the bett in tK world.
For tale by Chas. W, lleuderson, general
dealer In stove, tin and hollow ware
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. 0-27-1 m
I. tlKOKQB HTKIXBOVSK
on Eighth atreet, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, la the place to get a
rcsblonabU fcsir cut or a smooth have,
or anylhlrj else la th barber Hue. In
dies' anl tJMrens" hair Mt or dresaed.
either r) Szi chop or thatr bouts.
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FOR f HKItlKK.
We t authnrltnl to anniiimcr JolfN II.
KOH1XNON a aranillda'e for Mn-nH of Alex-
andrr county, at Uie comltiK county elmion.
W anaulhorint loannijiinr that It. A. F't
munln U an inlvtinlrnt Itcnubliran ramli-
dale lor (ihetlff, at the ensuing; countv clwtxin.
' W ar antliuriutl toannonnre PETKn S AtTP,
firr an ImlrpMiilent raniliUte for HherilT of Al-
iamlpr county, at the ennuliiK county ration.
; MATEM fr AtlTKRVININU.
tJ"All bill for aitTFrtiriDg, ar i1im anl pay
able ir aivH:a
1 reniicnt lvrrtlnlng will be Inst-rlnt at 111
rale of tl CO ruarc fur tlx Unit in-rdon
ami SO nrata for each mbtieiir-iit one A literal
diacaunt will be nuvle un (landing and diHjil
For Innertieg tannul notice $1 ( Notice ol
meeting f socletlu oi r.rt-t onli r 40 eenU for
tmih iniertlon '
Church, Society, Kenlival and RiiprT aatbiea
will only be inwrted a advertiitctiienut
No adrertlwmmt will be received at leoa Uian
60 cent, and no aavrrtlumwDt will biMTteil
for In than three dollar per month
Local Bnalneas Notice, of
tan Una or mure, Inaertad
In the Bulletin aa followa :
Commence Counting- at ten Linea.
On Inaartioa per Una S Conta
Twa Ineertlona par line.- 7 Cent
Three lnaertione per Una. -..10 Conta
Six Insertions per line IB Centa
Two waeka par lis - B5 Centa
One month par Line. ....... 35 CenU
Mo Redaction will be made In above
FRIIiAV. Jl LV 2. 170.
lteiU WeeUlter Krpora.
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WlKB I VBL. I WSATII
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ffergcant. Signal twrru-e. I'. 8. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Ham Irvin, are vMting
SheriT lrvin returned from Chicago
yesterday afternoon. .Mrs. lrvin and
children, are Hill In that city.
Mrs. C 1L Woodw.ird, and MisaTenie
Woodward, left thit city for Lockport,
New York, on Wedaesday afternoon.
f on't forget that the National band
will give another of the delightful open
air concert on the downtown stand thi
Wanted, at the St. Ch.irles hotel alirt
class barber. One who can devote a ia all
portion ot hU time to Iih legitimate busi
ness preferred. It
The ( 'airo and Vincennea railroad com
pany I leveling up their track along
Commercial avenue with gravel brought
from up the road.
The old Silver Cornet Rand of ibU
city will accompany the excursion party
ou the t-teamer I 1 1 i 1 1 , to (.'olnuibus
Mrs. Lou Ilaye.a nnd family, formerly
of tlii city, and w)toe home ut present
is in Fulton, Ky., ure visiting at the re-i-dence
of apt. Robt. M. Ril"y.
The RepuWiciin county central com
mittee held a meeting at the riilice of ('.
X. Hughe, the chairman of the commit
ted', yesterday afternoon.
A llihing party composed of ten
of the young blood of this city left yes
terday afternoon for Missouri, where
they will remain until to-morrow even
ing. The sale of muiical 'stringed inKtra
ineiits, bankrupt tock ot '. Robbin? U
rcierved for Saturday evening, lie on
hand and buy a tine Instrument at your
own pric;', almost.
The auction wile of hooks mid station
ary at W. 11. Rockwell A o.'s old t-taud
U pfogreniiig. flootls go off rapidly nt
low figures. Plenty of good bargain
for tliohe who attend the sale. Sales
every morning nnd evening. " 2H-2t
The rivers have trot down so low that
the sand bar opposite the Inclined plane
of the Mississippi Central railroad, on thu
Kentucky shore U again giving that com
pany considerable trouble in transferring
"A nigger dat can't cat a whole one
ain't no account," said a big black in
dividual to a friend yesterday. He ate a
whote one water melon and now thut
darkey Is ou a fair road to thy place
where all good dai keys go.
Wanted. One first-class miller custom
and merchant, flood references requir
ed. Address with lowutt terms
Wi.uiii.it, Blrxktt &Co.,
2S-2t. . Kldorudo, 111.
The Democratic County Ceutral Com
mittee held a meeting in the of
liceof Satlord, Morrli & Candee yesterday
evening tor the purpose of appointing a
committee to raiso funds to defray ex
penses Incurred iu thu canvass and to
transact other business.
Rill Scott, and Col. McKeaig, the high
mucky nuick of the Republican party,
ol this city, will asssemble their army ol
noblu colored warriors at their hall, cor
ner of Tenth street and Ohio levee this
evening. Tho "Vindicators" of Hayes
and Wheeler will elect a president, vice
president, vecrctajy and treasurer. Olll
ccrs ot the several companies will also
be elected, and Kill and the colonel will
stand by and see that the right men are
put into the right places.
A. J. Maynard, Boston ; Oeorge Wine-
garner, Ceutralla; Mr. and Airs. s. I
MeCuen, Xew Orleans;; II. It. Swift,
Chicago; J. D. Malary, Xew Orleans;
Mrs. Mattie Alldrldge, Mt. Vernon, I ml. ;
M.D. McAvoy, Chlcuro; J. M. White,
NewOrlcaim; ,f. W. Beach, Chicago; ,?.
R. Mayliam, Mnrphyshoro; A. T. Kel
Icy, and K. II. Wangelln, St. Ixmls ; S.
B. Jones, Cincinnati ; Henry Campbell,
llitkniRii, Ky.; Mrs. Stone and family,
Fulton. Ky.,Wf re at the St.. Charles yen
Captain .1. M. White, of New Orleans,
Is la the city. Captain White was owner
nnd commander ol the famous steamer
.1. M. White, which lioal held the horns
for speed over nil other steamers plying
western water", previous to the building
ot thcVdd ttobert K. l- e. f nptain White
Is now very old nnd feeble, but Is Will nn
ardent admirer of a good frtcninhout, nnd
has come from New OrleniM to Cairo, to
take n look at the now Ioe. He will
take paage on her forhla home on Sun
dsy. I a:1 cverjhwly who would Fpcnd a
few homy of real enjoyment, attend the
moonlight excursion on the llc t nnd ele
gant Idle lid to-morrow night. The old
Silver f'ornet Band has been invlt d by
Captain Ben Howard to accompany the
party, nnd the member of the band have
accepted. An excellent string band will
be In attendance to furnish music for the
dancers, and mirth and merriment will
lie tlie order. The trip will le made at
the rcijiK ht of a number of our jicople
who were unable to attend thn excursion
of a few weeks ago. A glorious time is
assured. The fare for the round trip,
including; rcfrchnierits.M ill he one dollar. !
The St. Charles this season ajipenr to
bo the headquarters of all the "gras
widowers" in the vicinity. Probably
one reason i because the proprietor
Jcwctt Wilcox heads tho lir, and
knows "how it is himself." (Juite a
number of our prominent citizens, whose
better halves are rusticating by the lakes
arid sea shore a.id among the mountains,
gather about the (.ountifully spread
tables of the St. Charles daily, and .hold
'sweet commune" together. Verily a
"goodly entnpanic," The roter at
present comprises the names ot Hon. J.
M. Lansden, Capt. X. 15. Thi-tlowood,
r. W. Barclay, M. F. Gilbert, J. Gold
stine, Chas. S. Sawyer. S. P. Wheeler,
W. II. Morris, S. P. Burnett, Win. 15.
Gilbert, I. Farnbaker and K. M. Stearns,
Alter ten days hard labor, Capt. Jesse
Mcllaflie yesterday planted the ba.-e of
the big Tilden and Hendrick pole.
'1 he base is one hundred anl one f-et
long, eleven feet of which is in the earth,
leaving ninety feet above ground. The
top j'Ole, which w ill be put up with np
proj.riate ceremony M.inetime during
the coming week, i ninety-eight feet in
length, which will make the entire
height of the jKile one hundred and
eighty-eight feet. The l.ase I planted
firmly in the ground with cement and
brick, and Captain Jesse assures u w ill
Maud the blasts until the next Centen"
nial. The pole wi'l be, it is raid, when
completed the finest one ever raised iu
the Mississipj.l valley by either the: Dem
ocrats or Republicans. She's a stunner,
sure, nnd to Captain Mcllaflie and his
assistants is due most of the credit of put
ting it up.
Mr. J. B. Mayham, who Is a candidate
tor the nomination for slate senator, at
the convention to be held in Ar.na on
next Thursday, the third instant, was in
the city yesterday, and returned to Mur
physhoro by the afternoon train. Mr.
Mayham is quite confident ol receiving
the nomination. Mr. Tow nes. of Jones
boro, i also an aspirant, and I'niou
county has instructed her delegates to
cat their ballots lor him, while Jackion
ha Instructed for Mr. Mayham, thus
leaving it lu the hands of Alexander to
decide bet ween the two. It is generally
undci'sjood that IkiIIi Mr. Mayham nnd
Mr. Towiifs have warm friends iu the
Alexander delegation, but they have
been instructed to vote -as a unit and te
which of .the candidate they will give
the nomination, we lire nimble to say.
George Williams, a young darkey
al.out as broad as he is long, and who, at
llrft sight reminds one ot an Kgvj'tian
mummy, was caught up by the otlicers
yesterday, on Misj.ieion of being one of
those who handle the pastu boards as 11
mean of livelihood, lit! was taken up
before Judge Bird, where he disgorged
ivo cards, neatly and carefully marked
and ready lor use along with a lot of con
federate money, which ho staked w hen
out ot the genuine article. Ho emphat
ically denied that he had ever plied his
nefarious trado iu Cairo, but his honor
remarked that being caught with such
implement upon hi person was also an
oflciise in the eyes of the law of the city,
and assessed against the negro a tine of
twenty dollar and costs, and turned
him over to tho tender care of Jailer
Jim Carroll, who will watch over him
for the next twenty-two days.
Georgo Clarke, w ho went to Carbon-
dale ou Tuesday, to have an Intel view
with Messrs. Allyn, linmly and
O'Hara, iu regard to the appointment ot
cadet, returned yesterday alUrnoon. It
U said (hiring Clarke's conversation with
Dr. Buudy, that gentleman informed him
(Clarke) that he was entitled to the ap
j.oint incut, having proven himself the
bct qualified in the examination. Dr.
Buudy, however, made no explanation a
to why ho had not agreed with Dr.
Allyn, and recommended Clarke to Mr.
Hart.ell before thl,but wrote a very com
plimentary letter, which ho gave Clarke,
with the instructions that ho should
forward it immediately to Mr. Hartell.
which he did, trout Carbondale. It 1 said
that a young man iu Marlon, Instead of
Albright, cituiu out second best in the ex
amination. Clarke now ha the recom
mendations of Dr. Allyn and Dr. Bundy,
which w ill no doubt secure for him the
appoiutmeut, and we extend to him the
congratulations ol the Bt i i ktin, uud all
connected with M.
City ordinances, revised edition, lor
ale at the BrLU tin olthv.
eea)llKM KaeMralaa) Celaanfca
The steamer Mlewlldby request, will
make another moonlight excursion on
Saturday, July 2Jth. Fare for round
trip, $1. Refrcebmcnts free.
Tho Cairo Silver Cornet band will be
on hand nnd furnish music lor the occa
sion. Steamer will leave the wharl nt 7
o'clock, and return by 12 o'clock p. m.
Tickets can be had of
Soi. A. S11.YF.R,
7 a td Passenger Agent.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
stni-t and Washington avenue, Is open to
thn public. The har Is supplied with
pure wines, chol liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
S-2.Vtf A. Kraio. Proprietor.
Thursday Kvening, July 27th, 1870. 1
Since the last Issue of the price-current,
the weather In this section has been de
lightful. This morning a light rain has
leen falling; but the propped arc it will
not lust long.
Business has been more quiet since
Monday than for two weeks previous.
The receipt of grain have been very
iight, and also the receipts of Hour. For
choice grades of tlour the d'-mand Is still
'"'live ,but with thn pro.sj.ects of the new
crop, prices have declined from twenty
live to fifty cents 011 the barrel. Stocks
are light. There h ..ine new flour com
ing iu, but there is no spcehl demand
lor it, and there has not been enough
sold to establish jirlces.
All kinds of hay. w ith the exception of
choice, is plenty and very Mull. There
Is very little in the market, while the de
mand for it is good. A few samjdes of
new hay have Iwn received in this mar
kct,butosyct no shijiiueiit have t.een
Corn and oats are quiet. Mixed corn
is dull. Choice white is in demand
for milling purpose. Oals are iu good
supply lor tiie demand, which Is very
Meal and bran nre iu good supply aud
dull. City meal is held at t2 35; coun
try at $2 2."..
Butter is in good sujq.ly, with a de
mand that is only fair. Kge are In good
supply and slow sale. Poultry is quiet.
The suj.j.ly I fair and fully sHfticient for
Rates to the south are unchanged.
luTOur friend should bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from rirst hand in round lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advauce over
Choice grades of old flour are scarce and
in good demand. Other grades are in
fair supj.ly and quiet. Sales reported
were HX) bbla choice new, $0 ; 100 bbls
various grade, $ :i(S ; 100 bbls, $6 50 ; 100
bbls, $5 7o; 100 bbls various grades, $3 50
(yj 100 bbl choice family. $S 50; 400
bbls various grades city, $1 2.jS 50.
Choice hay is searce. The demand lor
choice is good. Common grades are
plenty and very dull. No sales were re
Corn i quiet. The supply i light
under small receipts. Mixed is dull,
while choice while tor milling purposes
is iu good demand. No sale were re
There are very few oat coining Into
this, market. Tho supply is light, but
fully equal to the demand. The sale re
ported were 1 car good, in sack 30c ; loo
sacks mixed 10c.
Both country uud city meal aiviu good
sujijdy. No sale were reported. City
steam dried is quoted at $2 .'!."; county is
held at $J 2...
Bran l in good supply and dull. We
note the sate of sack $10.
This market i well supplied. The de
mand is lair, but nothing except choice
w ill sell well. Sales noted were 4M lb
Northern, 17(2 20c; 350 lbs Southern
Illinoi, l;i10c; 4 tub Southern Illi
Eggs are iu good supply nnd dull.
Sides were 200 dozen, 8(g'Jc; 100 dozen,
The supply ot poultry i good. The
demand is fair. We note the sale of 4
dozen spring chickens, $3 00 ; 3 dozen
sjn ing chickens, $2 2o.
HIDES AND FURS.
Frits Beaver Xo. 1 f2 50; Xo. 2
$1 50; Xo. Xo. 4 50c. Otter Xo.
l$G;Xo. 2$1; Xo. 3 $2; Xo. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50c;
No. 4 10c. Raccoon Xo. 1 70o ; Xo. 2
4(c ; Xo. 3 20c ; Xo, 4 10c. Skunk Xo.
I hoo No. 2 00c; No. 3 30e; Xo. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75e ; Xo. 3
50c ; red lox No. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 75c.
Opossum Xo. 1 10c; Xo. 2 85 ; Xo. 3,
5o. Muskrat-Xo. 120c; Xo.3 15c; Xo.
3 10c. Benr Xo. I f 10; Xo. 2 $7 Xo. 3
f3;Xo. 4$1. Wolf-Mountain Xo. 1
$J 50; Xo. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;,
Prairio Wolf-Xo. 1 $1 25 ; Xo. 2 50e,
Wild Cat 2.V. House Cut 10c. Badger,
Siir.Ki' Pklt Green 75c $1 25 ; dry
40 iiOo shearings 10 20c.
We quote salt in car load lots, $1 50
loss than car load lots, $1 75. We note
tho sale of 250 bbl, $1 50 1 GO.
Wc quote Paradise aud Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut. $2; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 50 ; nut, $3 75 ;
delivered per dingle tou, lump, 4 ; nut
$3 25; Raum or Harrlsburg coal on
track per loud, lump, $27 ; uut, $10; de-
Irered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal
lear loads on track, $3 60 per ton single
ton, delivered, pi.
The auction sale of tho bankrupt stock
of W. B. Rovkwell A Co., and C. Rob-
lm A Co., will commence this morning
at 9 o'clock. Call around and secure bar
gains In books, stationary, manic, etc.
Winter & Stuart, Auctioneers.
An ordinance levying and assessing taxes
ior mo current nscai year.
Be It ordained by tho city council of thn
cny ot Cairo:
Skc'tiom 1. That lire sum of thirty-
five thousand dollars ($35,W00) i hereby
levied aud assejwd for corporate pur
poses, upon the real and personal i.roi-
erty within the city of Cairo, subject to
taxation, as me same 1 acacu lor State
and county purjioscs for the current year.
Sec. 2. The mayor and city clerk
of sold city ot Cairo are hereby directed
to certify to the county clerlt of Alexan
der county, Illinois, on or before the
second luesuayln August, a. d., 18.0,
that the said city of Cairo requires the
sum ot thirty-five thousand dollars, to
be raised by taxation tor the current
year, and the city clerk U further di
rected to file with said county clerk of
Alexander county, on or lcfore the said
second Tuesday iu August, a. v., 1870, a
certified cojiy ot this ordinance.
Skc. 3. Whenever the county clerk ot
said Alexander county has extended the
tax above levied for the city of Cairo,
upon the county collector's book tor the
current year, it shall be the duty of the
city cierK to ascertain the exact amount
so extended and charge the same upon
bis books to said collector, and to credit
the said collector with the sum or sums
he shall from time to time pay to the city
treasurer 011 account of said tax.
Provided, The city clerk shall not
credit the said collector with any abate
ment or forfeitures of said tax until the
same havo been examined and allowed
bathe city council, but it shall he the
duty ot the city clerk to obtain from the
said collector a statement ot any abate
ments and forfeitures and present the
same tor approval to the city council.
Skk. 4. It shall be the duty of the
city treasurer whenever the county col
lector shall from time to time pay over
to said treasurer any city taxes, above
levied to apportion and api.1v the
same to the several lunds named below
in proportion to their respective amounts,
as follows :
To fund for paying outstand
ing interest bearing city
warrants $ 8,000 00
To new levee fund- 12.000 00
To general fund 15.000 00
Approved July 23d. 1x76.
Attest : II. WINTER. Mayor.
J. W. Stewart. City Clerk.
I will continue the sale of books and
stationery and musical goods as hereto
fore at Robbing' Musical Bazar, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase good at
retail or in jobbing lot will consult
their interest by purchasing now.
I will receive bid for either stock of
goods in bulk at any time.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale of books and station
ery pertaining to tho estate of W. B.
Rockwell & Co., and the stock of mu
sical goods belonging to the estate ot C
Robbins A Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire stock are dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
offered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. Georoe Fishkr, Assignee,
Of W. B. Rookwell, bankrupt, and C.
Robbins & Co., bankrupts.
( AiRO. July 21st, 1876. 7-22-tt
leather nnd rinding.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 90, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather aud finding : also a largo stock
of St. Louis custom made boot 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 satkfac
thin guaranteed. C-24-tf
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevent its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ear. I charmingly perfumed
and has norival. :t-10-diiyvly
Wam DarARTMaxT. Kivca Kkwit, I
July .'7 Itftti
STATION. LOW WATtB. CHANGE.
rt. m. rr. w.
Cairo .... i t 6
filUburg i w t
Cincinnati 1J 11 I
St. Louis 1 71 I
Kvanaville V 80
Meinphi - ..... ... Ml A
Vickuliur 0 Xo 1
NewOrleun 6 3 o 1
BduW nigh wuteruf 1174.
Sergeant, Signal Bervice, U. 8. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
Grand Tower, Vicksburg.
" Capitol City, Bt. Louis.
" Bee and barges. New Orleans.
" Polar Star, barges, Ohio river.
" Bernard and tow, St. Louis.
" A.J. Baker and tow, Memphis.
" Arrow aud tow, St. Louis.
" Cons Millar, Memphis
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Capitol City, Vicksburg.
" Bee and barges, St, louls.
Polar Star, barges, St. Louis.
Bernard and tow, Ohio river.
" Arrow and tow, Ohio river.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
" K. M. Norton, tow, St. Louis.
The Grand Tower passed up Iroin
Memphis aud Vkksburg w ith a fair trip.
The Capitol City had a good trip
lor below. She made additions of about
25 tons here.
The Bee and barges passed up for
St. LouU, after a successful trip to New
The Polar Star weut to the Tennes
see river Irom St. Louis after a tow of
The Bernard pasted up Irom St.
Louis with a tow of ore for the Ohio.
The A. J, Baker cam up Irom
Memphis with live empty coal barges,
and towing the little steamer Business. ,
The Arrow passed up Um Ohio Irom
St, Louis with a tow of ore and other
The Flsk had lO.OuO ntaves nnd a
light cargo of other freight Ironi Pa
dueah. Tlie Fisk in the .acket tor Paducah
this evening. She goes ot five o'clock.
il . . ..... .. 1 . .' . .
HFK tUI. MOTirEMs
Valuable Property For Male.
The property at the corner of Twentieth
street and Washington avenue, now occu
pied hy F. Healy as a drug store. Kor
terms, etc., apply to Dr. II. Wahdubk.
&tm r. estate 1.001s .lonrennon, dee d.
ReaMr-nr float for Hale.
The uuitersicned will sell a rfsid.-rice
1kM, now moored in the Ohio river oppo
site Put Corcoran' lioarilini? bouse. The
boatts well title u up lor a c jiufortthle
residence, the cabin beint? tliirty-liv feet
In length hy twelve in width, and tho hull
forty leet by twelve. The boat will he md
at a low prie on reasonable terms. In
quire at lir. Metcalf grocery, opposite the
courthouse, or nt Mrs. (ialatran's near (he
convent. Mrs. Mary OalaoaX.
How To Make Noaejr.
We will state that the surest, best and
speediest way to "multiply mid ini-rease'
1 to call at No. 12 Wall Mtreet, New Votk,
and consult with Alex Krotlilnpliam & Co.
Ttiee irentlemen. who have Ions bom
identified with the history and all'airs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary affairs, aud in everythinir nppcrtiiniw;
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proficiency, lt may uUo be id that
of the many Broker in that city they are
not only the most popular, but also t lie
most ucces.ful, best patronized, and most
widely known in or n-ar the v ii-iuity of
Amnn? the customer ot the house of
Alex h rotblnKliam A Co., are some o Mir
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly indebted to the tabors of this
firm lor iniii ti ol the wealth tbey now enjoy.
iHirm tne uni nipi Mircessiui exper
ience 01 .Messrs. Alex, r rouiiiiitimiu A. 10.,
in this city they have earned for tliem-i Ives
an enviable reputation tor honesty, IntOiC
nty and faith, and enjoy a buinci :ilmoi
colosfal in Its proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by this hniip in
t lie course of a year is something wonder-
rui, anu oiten p.rms tiie union t or com
ment. It needs hut a visit to tbetr spacious
Ottices in Wall street to prove the truth of
tne above ktatemeni.
Row they man;e to convert f 10 to tin.
! to ?!), 1D icto and so cn. Is
secret which they alone can explain ; but
thut tbey succeed in doiug o is a laet tro
wen Known in auimi 01 uouiit. 11 you
wou:u eateiy and prontably invest your
money, 00 not hesitate to ravor tins lirm
with your cash and confidence. That by o
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience ot thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
sucn a course in these tunes or tottering
Dana anu financial stringency nniit be up
parent to the moat indifferent aud careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothingbam d: Co., are
prepared to invent money to any amount in
the beat securities, aud in every transac
tion in which tiipy may be engaged guar
antee entire satistaetlon to those who honor
them with their patronage.
tiTSend for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who desire them. From A' J", iff-
rt.ipoUt, April W, 1870 7-18-eod:im
E. F. Kuokel'a Bitter Wine or Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended wiih symptoms; India-
position to exertion, loss ol memory, ill til
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
oi u mease, weak, nervous ireuiunoR, ureau
ful horror of death, niidit sweat, cold feet
weaknesH, dimuess of vision, languor, uni
versal latitude oi tne muscular system
enormous appetite witb dvspentio svinp.
toras, hot hands, tiakhinK of the boly, dry
ness or toe sKin, pama eountenacce and
eruption on tne luce, puritying tne blood
Daln in the bark, heaviness ot the cvclidx
frequent black apotx tljinp before, the eyea
wliu temparary suniMou anu loss or iiiit
want ot attention, etc. Those symptoms
all arise from a weakne, nnd to remedy
that, ue E. F. Kuukel'a Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousand are now
enjoying boalth who have used it. Take
only E. F. Kunkel's.
beware of counterfeits and base iniita
tions. As Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the couutry, druir
L-lt themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it otf to their customers, when ihey
call for Kunkel's bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron Is put up
only in 1 bottles, and ban a yellow wrapper
nieely put on the outside with the pro
prietor s puotorrapn on tua wrapper oi
each bottle. Alwuvs look for the photo-
eraph on iho outMde, and you will always
oe cure to yti ine tcuuiat. vmib uuuur yvi
bottle, or six for :. .Sol. I by druggists and
t eiders everywhere
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIV K.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm yriin never falls
todexlroy l'ia Seat and Kioinacli Worms.
vr. hunkel,, tbe only sueeesMiii ptijsieian
who removes Tapo Worm in two hours
alive, with head, aud no fee until removed,
Common aeuse teaches that if Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms eau be resdily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Or. Kun
kel. No. 2.19 Worth Ninth street. Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druvrijlHt and ask
lor a uottie or jvunner worm .syrup.
Price, tl.OO. lt never tail.
Will, of course, wish to see all the splits
eomfort&bly and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'TUEltN K'V COMPANY
has, through its connections in tbe W't
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Touiiists' Excuksion Tickktd
at greatly reduced rates, hy which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Kx
hihitlon at Philadelphia, but can, iu addit
ion, visit the principal eabteru cities, wii h an
opportunity of stopping at any ot the great
number of famous resorts iu New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOU I'll
ERN Is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving pasen
gers, from tbe train, a wouderful pauoraniie
view of tha MIGHTY CATARACT,
UOBSESHOE FALL, the GKtCA'f
RAPIDS, and landing them directly at the
Kails. Tbe track of the CANADA SOU 1 II
ERN is an air line, laid with steel ruils o
tho heaviest pattern; thsre are no curves
or grades; wood Is ued for fuel ; Couches
are furnished with the Wliichell Patrul
Ventilator, ensuiirg piefcct freedom from
dut. With its complete system of uiaguif
cent PARLOR SLEEPINU AND DRaW
INQ ROOM CARS from CHICAGO.
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO TBK EAST. Tickets
via tbis popular line csn be procured at al
ottices of sonnoctlng lints, or at the com
Any information cm be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Geu'l 1'sts. and Ticket Ag't. Da TWIT.
Junction of Broadway, 7Ui Avanua svad
HEW YORK CITY.
litres Blocks wt of Grand Ceutral Depot
nasr the Klevated Railroad, and but twen
ty minutes fresu Wall Street. All modern
UnpravsmsBU. Rates 4 par dsy. JJU
ral terms to faataliea.
' CaAsV LSUkVO, Proprietor
Of DtWvu Hotiae, AUay, N. ..aad
Corner Eighth Street and
Will spread a Grand Lunch
every morning, and at night ho
will dish you all out a plata of
No. I Centennial Soup, and ell
meats and vegetables, which
can be got in tho market, and .a
big glass of Centennial Lager
Beer to wash it down.
He invites all his friend3.
A I TIOF.KKS.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avcnuo
Advances made on 'onvnnietts. Al
strseti ol litlcs mide, Oiivryaneti nrn!
olleetion uttendud to.
Attention to biisinr, and Kemittanccs
Snl' S'.vrry SOtlurriay
(3r if placed la a Una, ever)
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1375
KVKHY feToVK 13
WIuwh Ve or SoM
k Mlslj Without & F&uli !
Noa. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Ai a Marvtliiiut Combination of
And all the Un.HMitiul Points that go to Make nil
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Ever Oflert'tl to Ilia Public.
Mn lo ( inly liy tlii
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Nn. fil2, Ml. Mil and CIS N. Main Si ,
Sit. I.oaia, Ma.
C. W. HENDERSON,
i - :J- 1 A sal :iuA w
I U Ulml. ureal rat, and iium iclialilu
nnii.ly iM-r j.ui tuL't'tlur dy mcdicHl vieuue,
tor iiliriia'aliniu. S unui. Sw.'iHuiiK. Kuiu.
luked llitwl, A- , I the Centaur Liniment.
1 here me t o LimU What Hie V lute Linuueat
it lor tiie luuuiin tuliiily. III YilloW Leutuur
l.inliniut i fur kpaxuird, Imne anil Mmiued
hoist.' aud miimulo. mayJ'-w I it
Chlldrru fry tor ;natorl.i. It ia a
lileaiiant to take as. honey, and is nlMwlutely
huriulet. It i mv to exil worms, cure u md
colic, regulate the bowel and ntuiuutii, and
rvervom irritability cauied by rash or uuttinx
ttiih. It ii a m nV-i l auUtituta lor ( a-itur Oil,
and lor t out i emus iu yoiinir or old ther i
nolhiiij.- iu xisttm so effective and rt-linhle.
WlIt'.ltKAS Thouia Sullivan, by hi. c iLnu
tale itMii'traK. duly exeeuted, ilelivurctl
nnd reoint..t, lu Hie ii'4.rler'oiljceol .Aleiiu
der cjhiiiI) , lat of llliuois, in Hook ,"
I'aire i 't, ilid convey to lh uuilnrsiiietl laaac
W ul'lrr, (which ml luort)f lear ilt tlie
tlit (Ul) ihiy tr November, A. 1., !;.), tha
lulloWillK ilrsc'l'll.e.l leal C.lnll'. lyiltif lid It',
iuir in tliecity t t airo, county ol Alt (umler,.
ml Mule ill lllinuis, to-wit: Lot iitimoereil
tliirty-einlit iu l.loi k numliend dltylour
( 'I) , to aet'iue tlie payment ol' til-. irlaio prom
issory nole lienriuK evru inle with nalUllioit
iia.'e. lor llic miiu ol' sixty isvloo ilolium, wiut
interest nl the rule of tru (i r cent icruiiuuiii
friiin liule, until paid Aud w h. m.s, thu tmid
llioiius Millnsn Iihviiik iinule ilriauli ib Um
pu)llii iil of Ihe luor.ey iu secured o U) iaMl a
ttfoiouiili How. Ihelorv, I, the uuilei'siuned
luiiitKiiKce afoivaaid. under an I v. rm ol Um
luortKKe alorexiid, hen by irive notice that 1
will, uu Saturday, the 1'lh day nt Auirust, at
llw hour of : o'cliH-k, p, lu , A. !.. I rTi, sell at
public vendue to the hi'herl bidder for raih.
at the flout ioor of tha court house, In Ihe city
ol l uilo. couutv of Alexauder and MHteoflHi
uoi. the rel eslut o convrvnl to him by llm
aid morlvor. l'eruw of sau -Cash lu hand.
IHAAC WAI I rJIt, Morlafre.
aim Ills.. July Irlh. If-Tl - ;-ts-uid.
Euidlh Krunafls, Tlif fly and Iniiraia,
also, stilr I'arpi u, i ivvt Hug. 1 ruuib
t'liilba, Oil I loth. to., very ili'?p
at tue Old 1'lacri
113 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
rarpets carefully packed aud arnt to any
part of tlie l etted fettle tree of cbarge.
r send; for price ust.
7-4-ly. J. A. BEND ALL.
rjw "Wsekly Bhiiii,"
l.tt par yet, poatac prvtatl,t any addraa
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