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ASCALrON LOIH1K, NO. 61.
i a HniKiiTH 01 ryinias, mens every rn
V,J day night at half-past mm. in Oild
lluw' Hall. 7 lloi,
OALRXANDER I.OIXiK, NO. 9H.
Imleiretwlrnt Onler of Odd-Kel-Iowa.
riKl every Thursday night
al half-past erven, la their ball n
jolimirrrial arena, between nixth an J m-venth
:t , , uhai !., N u
' 1 VIUO EVCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. I, M
yiiiOdd-kYlliws' Hall oath Oral and third
w-cja id every month, at half-past seven
Ji HHoaw, C P
X CAIU01.0IK1K. NO OT.A.f. A. M.
,11. Mold regular communications In Ma
ionic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' 'ami Kirlitli street, on the second anil
,'umtb Monday of each month.
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairn lots,
em liange for St. I.ouis property.
The M-utti hull of I lie "Pilot" liouw at
Gool two story lri W store room on
Commercial bvimiup iH-twren" Eleventh
A nil Mil k rpfiJincc on Sixth tx-twH-n
Cnrnmrrvial and Waliirton ave
nue. (.'ottiigo on Sixth street lirar Wash
Cottage on Kiglith street near Wal
I welling, corner Tw ctity-lourth and
1 1 ol brook avenue.
First floor of brick dwelling romer
Nlnctefntli and Poplar trwt a.
Cottuge on Fourth Street, totween
'oiiibierclul and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Striet, wet of Wal
f .lit street.
Cottage on Fourteenth tnet, went
i,t Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixture", southwest corn
?r Eighteenth street and CoinmeMal
i venue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ot
Jommerdal avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross ntreet, wes
ol Washington avenue.
liuxtiiess house on Levee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
trit-t, near Coinuierclul avenue.
Store room on Coinmerchil avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel. $10.
Cottage of 4 rootn. on Tw enty-third
street, (iix yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcuty-Ui'j-d
Store-room comer Twentieth and
Poplar street, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $S.
House on Commercial avenue, near
l'Jth street. Suitable for buoluess and
J welling, $13.
Tenements numbered 8 and 0,
Winter' How. 5 rooms each for $10
ier month. Will lie ut in first-class
Dwelling house on Sixth atrcet and
Jeti'iTson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and pritnl
es. lieiit low, to a good tetiiiit.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
N ahingtou aveuue, $12 a month.
Koom In various parts ct the city.
FOR I.KASKOi: SA1.K.
I-Mfid. In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
la I he NasalaiHS of Ctlt-adi
by the Atehi-on, ToM'ka and Santa Fe
lUllrouJ, the new and popular line from
A U bison and Kausas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to l'ueblo, Colora
do Springs, D 1 Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe ami all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tl. lets to ltfiivcr, wily allowing
stop-oft privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring.
Manitou and Pike's l'cak. l-ow emi
grant nle to the Shu Juan mines,
Pullman Palace Sloping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. loe connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time table and the ''San
Juan Guide,'' addres",
T. .1. ANUJ Ii-ioX,
dm. I'm. Ayt.,
7-1 f Toi-t.Ks, k v.
A No. I l4tuuilrj'.
It is now conceded that Mm. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, tie
l wet n Washington and Commwrciul ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishaieuts In the Lit y, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
Hud it to their advantage to cull upon
her. Her prices are as lollows: Hotel
ami tioarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and rolhir, l.rc; per
dozen, 80c ; socks. Be ; two collars, 5e ;
two haudkerchiefs, 5c; vests, 20e; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dre8se8,$l 25c ; ladies' under ware. Hue
d coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-H.
KOOMS TO ltKN r.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms ou same street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. 0-2S-tf.
Kedliefler's Patent Lightning Recipro
cating Kgg Beater, weet cream, custard,
w l ip and frosting maker. Premium egg
lieatcr o( 1874, aud tho but in the world.
For sale by Chas. W. Henderson, general
dealer in stoves, tin and hollow warn
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelllh
street, Cairo, Illinois. o-27-lm
i. GKOHGK UTtlNHOl'SK
on Klghtb street, two doors from Alex
ander County Dank, it the place to get
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else iu the barber line. La
dies' and chlldreus hair cut or dressed,
either at the (hop or their homes.
, 'i 1 - . , i "
- - Ara EMETia.
toR f HKitirr.
We arc aathorized to announce JOHN II,
KOHINMON as a Candida's for Mienffof Ales
andrr county, al the coming county election.
We are authorited to announce that R. A. led
mundaon la an indeiwudent Kepublicn candi
date lor Sheriff, at the mailing county election.
We are authorised to announce PETER S AfP,
fur en I nthndent candidate for f-heriff of Al
exander county, at the ensuing county election.
BATEW or ADVEBTININU.
K"AH Mils fur advertising, are due and pay
able IN ADYAXCa
Transient advertising will tie inserted at the
rate of 1 00 per square for the first inter I ion
and 5" cent for each subsequent on A liberal
discount will be mate on standing and diapl
for inserting Funeral notice tl Notice of
meeting of societies or Secret orders W reuts for
Church, Society, festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertisement
No advertisement will be received at teas than
to cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for leai than three dollars per month
LooaU Business Motioee, of
tan Hum or mora, Inasrtad
In the Bulletin mm follows :
Cotnmecoe Counting at ten Lln.
On inaartioa pav Una ft Oenta
Two Insertions par llns ? Oenta
Thraa Inaartlona per Una 10 Cent
Biz Insertions par Una 1 6 Oenta
Two weeka per line - U5 Oenta
One month per line 36 Cents
No Reduction will be made In above
SATURDAY. JULY 2tt. 1S7C.
Loral Heatiier Report.
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"rrieant, Hignal erTlre, I'. 8. A.
JU niember the moonlight excursion
Jim Sumerwtll Is at work repairing
( 'ache bridge.
The National liand oin air concert at
tracted a big crowd last evening.
Mrs. P. V. Barclay aud daughter.MUs
Fannie Barclay, arrived iu the city ou
I hursdiiy night.
The Iemocratlc congressional conven
tion meets in this city on Tuesday, the
tirst day of Augu-t.
Mr. K. M.Stearns, who has been visit
ing friends arid relatives iu Michigan, re-
turneJ on Thursday night.
Wanted, at the St. Charles hotel atlrst
class barber. One who can devote a siaall
portion of Ms time to hit legitimate bm-i-
riesa preferreil. It
Mr. Walter Hyulop, assistant cashier ot
the City National bank, who has been do-
lug the Centennial and the. F.ast, will re
turn on Monday.
The moonlight excursion on the Idle-
wild to-night will probably be the only
event of the kind that w ill take plai-e for
some time to come, and none should fail
.State Superintendent ot Public Schools,
Filer will be iu CarboinUle on the 2;trd,
24th, and 25th, of Augu-t, for the pur
pose of examining teachers and granting
A Hayes and Wheeler club w as organ
ized iu this city on Thursday evening.
Col. MoKeaig was elected president ;
viee prebident, John F. Hector ; W. L.
Among the arrivals at the Planters
house yesterday were 11. M. Hallom,
Biuikstown, Miss.; J. L. Slicer. Cotton
Hill. Mo.; W. W. Lyons, Chicago; A.
M. Bracket!, Boston.
The sule ot musical stringed instru
ments, bankrupt stock ol C. Hobblns is
reserved lor Saturday evening. Be on
hand and buy a line instrument at your
own price, almost. 7-2S-2I.
The auction sale ot books and station
ary at W. B. Rockwell 4 Co.'s obi stand
is progressing. (J cods go off rapidly at
low figures. Pleuty of good bargains
for those who attend the sale. Sales
every morning and evening. 232t
Wanted. One lirst-class miller custom
aud merchant. Good references requir
ed. Address with lowest terms
Wkhuek, Bl'r.nktt &. Co.,
2S-2t. Kldorado, 111,
To-morrow lieing the day when relig
ious notices will have to be placed in our
hands for publication on Sunday morn
ing, we ask that all notices of this char
actor be sent to us, and we fchall take
pleasure In printing them.
Mrs. Dr. Casey, accompanied by her
niece, Miss Maggie Casey, of Mt. Vernon,
Illinois, arrived at the home of Mrs,
Casey !n Mound City on Wednesday.
We are glad to learn, as all her many
friends iu Cairo, that Mrs. Casey is
greatly Improved In health.
A'grand ratillcatiou is talked ot by the
Democrats, to take place ou Tuesday, to
ratily the nominations made at Spring-
Meld on Thursday. The ton tnastot the
big pole will be hoisted, speeches will be
made and a general "waking up" will
be the order.
A grand celebration ot tho Emanci
pation Proclamation will take place at
Caledonia next Friday, the fourth prox.
The colored people ot this city, no doubt,
will attend en masse. Several promi
nent speakers, we are Informed, will de
The narrow gauge railroad company,
feat ing that at some time they would
be called upon to move their track on
account ot water, have for the past two
or three days had a force ol laborers at
work near the Smallenburg place, remov
ing the ties and rails back from the riv
er's edge a distnnre of fifty leet.
We are informed that arrangements
are (M ing made to bring Col. William
Hacker, of Unity lo the city on tho occa
lion of the raising of the top mast of the
big pele. Col. Hacker is ninety years of
age, and is said to be the oldest Demo
crat in Alexander county, and it Is the
w ish that he raise tho first flag that w aves
from the pole.
The moonlight excursion to-night wit,
be a grand success. Aalready the agent 0
the Idlewlld here has sold a large tium
bcr of tickets, and a merry party w ill be
in attendance. The Silver Cornet Band
and a string band, from F.vansviile, will
enliven the occasion with music. The
boat k-aves at seven o'clock, prompt.
The fare for the round trip Is one dollar,
On Wednesday night the residence of
Mrs. Martin, on Twenty.tlrst street, was
entered by burirlars. The thieves made
their way to the sleeping apartment of
Mrs. Martin, "and extracted from the
pocket ot her dress twelve dollars, and
then sought out the room of her son
and stole four dollars from the pockets
of that young man. They then took their
departure, aud have not been seen or
heard of since.
Several of the large hotels with an
abundant and regular patronsge, have
found that their poflts will not tic di
minished by a reduction in prices. The
"American"' iu Boston, one of the oldest
and most popular botch of the Last, has
reduced its rates to $3.00, $3.50 and $-1.00
per dav. This excellent house is the
only one in Boston of so standard a repu
tation, where guests can get the best ac
commodations so reasonably. (15)
At the St. Charles yesterday were W.
D. Bradly, St. Louis ; Maurice Brln, Chi
cago ; E. Howard and wife, Humboldt,
Tenn.; John Edwards, W. E. Og
burn, and H. C. Shield'!, Cincinnati;
Miss Eliza Foster, Port Gibson, Miss.;
Capt. P. G. Kelsey, SliotweU's mines ;
S. Vanderight, New Orleans ; O. E.
Bennett, A. L. Kelsey and E. H. Wong
laud, St. Louis; John G. ;Mann, Jack
son, Tenn.; George H. l.ce, New Or
leans; Philip Martin, Yucatan, Mexico;
Mrs. Lanier, Paducah.
A man named William Stewart, a
school teacher who has had charge of a
school near Caledonia, on last Sunday
night robbed Daniel Britr, county as
sessor ot Pulaski county, of one hundred
dollars at the Central House in Mound
City. Stewart has been in the employ of
Britt, and the two were iu this city ou
Friday, when Britt paid him a sum of
money be owed him. Ou Sunday night
Britt asked Stewart to sleep with him at
the Central House, and in the middle o1
the night woke up and found he was
alone. He looked for his money, but It
was gone. Britt telegraphed to the of
ficers here, oflering a reward of fifty dor
lars for the arrest of Stewart, who was
seen here at about 7 o'clock Monday
morning, but who since that lime has
Thursday evening, George Baker,
a young man who proprietors a saloon
just aboye the Illinois Central passenger
depot, on Ohio-levee, while sitting in the
back part of lil-i establishment, heard a
noise in the front room. He arose and
went to the door, and saw a negro stand
ing at the end of the counter, aud suspi
cious that ho had went through the till,
drove him into the rear room, w here he
told him to remain while he examined
the money drawer. No sooner had Baker
turned his back than the negro made a
dash for the window and jumped to the
ground below. Baker thrust a revolver
through the w indow and shot at the thief,
but missed him, and lie made good his
escaie. He took all the change there
was in the till, which amounted to about
lift y cents.
The following is a list of letters n
maining uncalled for iu the post otlloe at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, 22 July :
Ladles Anderson, Margaret; Bourges,
Carrie; Carter, Nancy; Clioat, Mary E.;
Eastman, Louisa; Freeman, Phebe; Kel
ler, Miss; Lehn, Julia; Manley, Nannie;
May, Sallie; O'Connor, Mary; Smith,
Maria; Stewart, Kate ; Shatter, Annie;
Taylor, Alice; Taylor, Maggie; Wanschc ,
Emeline; Wilson, D.; Wisdom, Emily.
Gents Axtel, Thos.; Barnes Alfred ;
Benz, Henry ; Bord, J. A.; Cahill, A.
B.; Chambers, Albert ; Churchill, II. ;
Callahan, Tim. V.; Demar, Alfred ; Den
nis, Amos ; Dyslnger. !.; Farrow, Ed
ward; Goss & Phillips; Girkin,
David ; Gordon, Joseph ; Hodge, Andy ;
Howe, E. M.; Harrison, G. B. ; Henmm,
S. J. ; Justice, F. ; Kemp BenJ. ; Kelley,
Edwd. ; Kipp, Jonas; Keafe Thos. ; La
boyts, F. ; Lohr, Jtudolpht McCourt,
John; Murry, W. D.; Phelps, Chas.;
Pack, G. W. ; Pean, J. D. ; Ueyuolds, P. ;
Kay, Wm. Smith, A.; Seigler, John ;
Shubert, I. M.j Smith, Jus.; Smith, J.
It.; Saudners, M. W.; Stutts. H.; Stapp,
Saui'l G.; Stout Wm.; Thomas, Henry ;
Thomas, Jas. II.; Thompson 11. ; Yiso-
fskl, Chas.; Walsh, Michl; Yates, J. S.
Persons desiring any of tho above let
ters should please say "Advertised."
Gko. W. McKkaiu. P. M.
Just Head Tills.
To-night at 7:30 o'clock W. F. Axley
& Co. will sell at auction an entire crate
of elegant queenswarv, breakfast aud
dinner plates, butter dishes, soup plates,
sugar bowls, platters, teucups, saucers.
etc Goods will be sold at private sale
during the day. Terms cash.
Chas, S. DelaT, Auctioneer.
All our customers agree In savlnir that
the Charter Oak is without doubt the
best cook stove they ever used or sold,
and believe Its large high oven, ample
warming closet, and an excellent reser
voir, make It the most desirable stove
that a housekeeper can buy. uit-(2)
Formaline) af a Iteinorraf Inlt at
MelrafMilla Jnd(a W. II. Oreen
Jaage Miilaer Nak To-night
J ark eon t'oualjr leinerrntlr an
veatlon. Mf.troi-oi.is, III., July 24, 1S76
Editor Bii.i.ktim. There was a
meeting held here last Sit unlay night
for the purpose ol organizing a Tilden
and Hendricks club (we had already
two hundred signers, or members, to
start with), but as the Hon. W. II. Green
had arrived in the city and was urged to
speak, the permanent organization w as
deferred till next Saturday night. The
judge made an eloquent appeal to the as
sembly, which was byjfar the largest one
congregated here In the lat twenty
years. The judge was followed by the
Hev. F. Schmitz. Here three deafening
cheers were given for Tilden and
Hendricks. Then fifteen more voters
signed their names. Judge Mulkey is
here and tlie probability Is that he will
speak next Saturday.
Mop.his Di.nki.ksi'H.0. Ncc'y.
Jarhion County democratic Ion ten
Mt kchysboro, July 21, 187C.
Editor Bi i.i.ktin : The Demo rats
of Jackson county met in county conven
tion at Murphysboro on Saturday last,
tor the purpose of nominating ramli
dates for county ollicer, aud to select
delegates tojthe State, ( 'ongressional, and
Senatorial conventions. The con vent Ion
was large and enthusiastie, every pre
cinct in the county being represented.
The follow ing nominations were made:
For sheriff, J. B. Kimball; States attor
ney, W. A. Lemma ; circuit clerk, Hugh
Craw ford ; coroner, John Devine, county
commissioner, J. II. Ward.
The following named gentlemen were
selected to represent this county In the
State convention to be held on the 27th :
N. W. Graham, K. J. Stephens and W
C. Rogers. Alternates G. W. Andrews,
Edward Schwartz and Andrew D. Duff.
The delegates to the State convention
were Instructed to vote lor Hon. W. J.
Allen for Governor.
The following are the delegates to the
congressional convention to be held in
Cairo on August 1st. : G. A. Gordon, J.
B. Ilosson, F. M. Gill, Ed. McGuire, It.
A. Beasley, O. L. Mahoney, Frank Al
bright, E. M. Hawkins, A. D.Norman,
John Devine, T. T. Uobinson, Agustus
Schwartz, Ed. Davis, Isaac Dillinger, W.
C. Etherton and It. O. Bigelow.
The delegates were instructed to cat
the vote ot this county for lion. Wm.
Delegates to the senatorial convention:
M. S. Childers, J. B. Kosson, II. P. Bur
roughs, G. A. Gordon, A. H. llobcrts, T.
T. Kobluson, Cyrus Herrold, D. B.
Thomas, O. W. Catlin, W. J. Cochran,
Samuel Derringtou, J. II. Ward, A. D,
Norman, Jt. J. Stephens, G. B. Davis and
The following resolution was offered :
Rtnolced, That this convention in
structs its delegates to the senatorial con
vention of the liftietli senatorial district
to cast its vote as a unit for John Banks
Mayham, first, last, and all the time, so
long as mere is any cnauce ol fits noun
The resolution was adopted by the fol
lowing vote ayes, -11 ; nays, 22.
The delegates to the congressional con
vention were instructed to vote solid lor
O. P. Hill of Condon, for member of the
state board of equalization, after which
the convention adjourned.
1 will continue the sale of books and
station ry and musical goods as hereto
fore at ltobbins' Musical Bazar, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or iu 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, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale of books and station
ery pertaining to the estate of W, B.
1 took well & Co., and the stock of mu
sical goods belonging to tiie estate ot C
Bobbins A Co.,
AT PUBLIC AlVlIOX.
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire rtoeks are dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
ottered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. Georgk FisnKR, Assignee,
Of W. B. Itookwell, bankrupt, and C.
Bobbins & Co., bankrupt-.
Cairo,' July 21st, 187C. 7-22-tt
Moonllbl Excursion lo Columbus
Tho steamer Idlewild.'by request, will
make another moonlight excursion on
Saturday, July 2lth. Fare for round
trip, $1. . Refreshments free.
The Cairo Silver Cornet band w ill be
on baud and furnish music lor the occa
sion. Steamer will leave the wharf at 7
o'clock, and return by 12 o'clock p. in.
Tickets can be had of
Sol A. Silvkr,
7-2S-td Passenger Agent.
Leather and t'iudluca.-
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. IK), below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boobs and
shoes. He also keeps ou band a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of bis
own make. Boots and thoes inado to
order of tlrst-class material and satisfau
tion guaranteed. C-2Mf
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, la open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
J-25-tf A. Hiura, Proprietor.
Lyon's Katuaikon makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test o(0 y ears. I charmingly perfumed
and has uorival. 3-10-lAwly
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
War DcrARTMaitT, Rirra Rtror, I
July IS7H (.
STATION. tOW WATER. (HANOI.
FT, lit, IT. I.
Cairo .1 .1 t ,i
Cincinnati M 1 I i
bouinville.. m 3 4
Naahriile 4 A X 4
St. Loin. 20 o I
Kvaiiftville 9 (I II 6
Mrmiihis . tfr, h
Vlckxtmrn jri o X' I
New Orlean. i 3 All I
Below tiiKh Water of 1H74
Servant, Signal rtervice, V. 8. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paduoab.
Robert Mitchell, Now Orleans.
" IkcHamtnitt, tow, St. Louis.
" Fontenelle, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Roliert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" Ike Ilammitt, tow, Ohio river.
" Fontenelle, Pittsburg.
The decline in the river was one
foot, three inches. The gunge showed
2:i;feet 3 inches. The weather is clear
and pleasant. Business quiet.
The Fisk Is the packet for Paducah
The Mlewild will le here from
Evatisville to day, and will take the ex
cursion party to Columbus. The l.llo
u ild Is the excursionist of the times, and
i sure to make her trip a success.
The ltobt. Mitchell passed iiwith a
fair cargo for Cincinnati.
The Ike ilammitt passed up the Ohio
with a; tow of ore from St. Louis for
The Fontenelle bad a very good
starter for Pittsburg from St. Louis. She
did very little here
For rentthe store room occupied by
Bobbins' music bazar, on Commercial
avenue between Sixth and Seventh
streets. Apply to A. Botto, near corner
Sixth street and Ohio levee. 7-2tl-tf.
The Bcllktik printing
eatablmhiut-nt mukea a
Riecialt7 of Bill Itt-aiU,
Note Heads, Letter IIpwU,
Statements, Cunln, Ktc Look at these prices:
Small eize bill huiU, per 1U0O...... $.1 no
Melium size bill heaiU, per thouxaml 3 73
All on fourteen pound pair, Carlisle mills,
rated two cents per pound higher than pajnr
used by any other olllce ruled to order at the
mill eneciully for tliia oflice
SUh-nieiita, Carlynle, per lit 1:1 (m
Letter Ht-ada, Carlyale, per l'MJ 4
Note Heads, C'arlysle, pi-r lW . 3 00
ViaitinKCanla erarkuKe 7ie
Uiuiuea ranla, 'o. 1 3-ply liriktol board,
per low as so to 4 00
Btioiue8 cards, No 1 blank, perluuu a W
(juarter-bheet, hulf-sliett, full-aheet and Ihrve
beet pouters, and coloral work below St. Louie
Pamphlet, Book Work and Price Libts made
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 h ds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ALSO, liKAI KHH IN
AM) OTIIKR PKOltl'l'K.
7o himI 73 VI11? frireet. UIN., O
O'CALLAHAN & HAIX,
Roofing and Cluttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Don.
To whom Pensions are
sTsTL r li1!1"'' ' " while la the line
aad di.oEar(f of duty, sitber by aneldent v
ihanrlss, should bare a para ion. Tbslossot
a nagsr entitles you to a pension. rupture)
no matter how alight, alee you a passion,
Tbs loss of a tos gives you m petition.
Tbs loss of an eye gives you a peaaloo.
A n v injury will five you a pen. ion. .
who are now drawing a penl0n,ar InstJyeuU.
loroopy ot Pension and BonnTy Acts.
Address, p. H. FITZGERALD,
United States Claim Agent, iNDtAHarOLU, lD
tUrOa all letters mark 1'. O. Box M.H
'law. atate Is wtt mmt io hi 1 tl. 4eriiKU
(HOW DA SHINE)
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
Uy Iks use of which every family may give
tbeir t.liMHi that brillia&i puliab peculiar to liae
laundry work. Saving time au.il labor ia IroBi
iug, mora Uiaa Its entire coat. Warranted,
Soli 9f DrugfitU mmi OrtMra Xvarywher
DOBBINS, BB08. 00., IS V. 4Ut Bt,
Valnahle Properly rr Hale.
The nronerlv al Ih. 1 ......w
i - , - j - ... M-iutiui I nrilllm
street ami Waihinton avenue, now orru
pli'd by F. Ilealy m a drug iore. For
tenua, etc, apply to Dr. If, warhnkh.
nuio r. extate i.ouit .iorgenon, dec d.
Resilience Bout Tor Hale,
The tinlrrflfned will aril a realdpnre
liont, now moored in th Ohio riyer oppo
alte Pat. C'orcoran's boarding houso. I be
boat id well fitted up for a comfortable
rcldenre, the cabin being thirty-rive fer-t
In length by twelve in width, and the hull
forty tret bv twelvn Tho 1,1, al mil k. .,.1.1
at low price on reasonable terin. In-
quire at sir, aietcair grocery, opposite the
courthouse, or at Mrs. Glaair near the
convent. AIrs. Mary Oai.agaN.
TIip laleal. irrealcal. aud nio reliable
remedy ever put together by niolural aeienee,
lor l(tiriiratiiiiu, ounda, Swellinga, llurna,
I akcl Krea-d, Ao., the (-iitnur Liniment.
There are two kin, in What the White Liniment
li fir Hit human family, the Yellow Outaiir
Miilment I fur taviud, lume and i1rnintl
horses and animals. msy.'1-w Hit
t'hlltlrera Try for fJaalorla. It l a
ikannt to take as. honi v. and ia abswlun-ly
liarmleiis It is .lire to exiad worms, cure wind
colic, refrulate the bowt-U ami -itoneuh, and
evercom. irritability rau.el hr iti-Ii nr euttina-ti-eih.
It is a ppircct Bulxtitute .r ( u.-tor till,
and fur Cotivpnes in young or old there ia
ni'thing in existence .oftkrtive and reliable.
4 euleiiulMl Kaciiralonial.
Will, of course, wish to ec all the night
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTH EMN K'Y COMPANY
ha-, through IN connections in the We
and Northwest, placed on sale m large
number of ToI'hihts' Exctrsion Tickktm
at greatly reduced rates, by which pauaen
gers can not only vudt the Centennial Ex
liiMtion ot Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, Vilt the principal eai-tern cities, witti an
opportunity of Flopping at any of the great
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOUTH
ERN Is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view of the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HOHSESIIOK FALL, the OREAT
RAP1D.S, and landing them directly at the
Fulls. The track of tho CANADA .SOUTH
ERN is an air line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curve
or grades ; wood is used tor fuel ; Coaches
are furii'inhed with the Whichell Patent
Ventilator, etiMirirg pt elect freedom from
dust. With Its complete system of magnlf
cent PARLOR SLEEPINtt AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO.
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its adunr
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND RUFFALO with tho NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern Is fatrf, becoming the
FAVORITE LINK TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at al
oflice of connecting,' lines, or at the com
puny 'sown oflk-es.
Any information on be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Gen') Pa.s. aud Ticket Ag't. DKIRUIT
won't do any
arr.iiwiltrotrouaixbiug and will euialy ya
bi. Leiue Advertla'B & Publ'g Co., St. Loui., Ma.
fnnrt Plnno I nillClll I C lV
VI WUIUl A1UUU) bWUIUI laall IX I l
A iweuUrW I l.,llr qiullAil bj.i.io. 1114 ia.
WL". .UI-QVWIUI, . IIIB Ti..UU .111 l.ir.
vuy lorms of PRIVATE.
V BUS Km A UAii
bpermatorrbea and Impolenoy,
tal Hit rult of acif-Briaau to vrUllt. krviMl wtttw 111 n,.
lurer ynti or wlbtr tiuni, kikI -rfln itiq toiiirorUirl.it
tt wiuf Hla- Net rmiiutftt, HnitiUMl r MiKMrta,.. tmtit nii
aiwti tv tlrem). Uiium'ti nr icti, lniiiir Uluium. fuj.
sf BiD.i'Ar iini(.lesiiu Kc, A t'lviui. ti. i, it dl f-rniuld,
CoDiui(i of H.-aa, lia. of fet-iuM 1 ft r. A.' , rv U.rttif
aurrtuf iinrro(w,r or iinhij.iy, nre tlmrcuailily an J iy riua
iiUjr ra. SYPHILIS w'l) uJ.n-
UIjxJLi X 1 lirititurv. Orv tutU. Hertiiu, (ur Uu-lui,,
II UMir Vldriet til At tytifatcUo liw a opeVial ItiratrOa
to t oertkin clajH wf ltK. muii trttiu Ibmisiui,,,! aiiuu
iiy, fuina rrt tk.dk. H.yu Iib ih 1ub tin. faol . ftro
rt,-ofnai,ud pt- taoui tu u.f citr. Whrb III iLfuvaninii l
fiil tkiecttf for trMUuiciii, aiexJiCinrflroiB bMbt ytismulj
ftud iattlr bjr Butt or aitub an) bar.
Cars Oaaraut4a iu all Case
Cuuauilatiuua .rtwDtHr or hf lrtlr IT u1 iDtftihl.
rbr4a KiaMiuvtfl uu4 cwrrraijuliiKacc MtvUj UafcbdWulittt,
Ot JtM pmm, mt o u; uldraM, Mrurly acalad. Ibr ttirlr
(Ml, iiuu. HUuuia . nail lir .11. iddr.u .Ikv.
uttM Uwari froiu HA. S. P. U. Stuwlu.. laif.s
DISPENSARY i Mx!l.hi.hM'
Thiny Tetrttspe?rii.rc id th trwiiiueui uc Boxu. ana
vimviiih u urt it 1- rm.
Ur. HI TTft)' Marriae UulUe.
, kuj u.uKioAi t taw oi aiitrnae
for tiie HiarrivU and Uium Cuiiuuiiil.uiii
marriage, uu Hi. inrti-ri. m' r ut.i,n i-
loa .lid th. MM ll.lHnilu.,.1
ru.iittoud .ud vouiauhtMMi A a iligitrmtnl bunk oi:uiuu!
lor tim.tt, iruii.i, win. h niuiuu tM krut uukr luiV iuiJ
kry. S. i,t un,!-r fur SOctt.
A FHIVATB MEDICAL TREATI8C oa all dime-,
of a PriT.it. Nature ia fcuih Ktet, irii-.tnm. hU d..
utdrnoltJi. ,vin, and lh.mf.ii.uf tt,rviluii4i;.
a ita inriKvin,, khi umiirwil lurSAi-t.
atEOiuAX. , ADVICBoaav.u.l.iidChroni. L.m-.ki,
S'-iiiuii,! V, .ukiiraa, L'.t.rrh, C'.nrar, Rupture, tli. ii,.uiil
llnlia,ae..iUi(awuikH.-atuad.r w.l Iu, Hi rn. All
tlire uook.iH.i,i.iiun(4eO paaeail.vtrytlii.i wurtlt
kuonifouilK.ulmxl, aeut aeourely ...led oa ra.
?'ir S.0,- Dr.Burta' Diapentary.
No. 12 N. 8ta t.. St. Uuia,ato. H..ww i; j'
Nrri.u (jumI. illu.tnc
villi iiuiueruu.auKr.vu, oi
Iruut I if brh. .11 tut in.
ui.itiv. iiuiuid fctui i.a
iiurt.hiB. Ill am. i.d
aud iU-viaiior.. of lii.
K i. i , nunur-ii. c v.iu.bl rvrriul
i , with hundrr
Hirrv,tti iuipr1uii'Di l marria(fJthrir na
i. TrrtvU oa all Jiiarus , luuy ipUimtt (hrir
ptuuiiaual mrtni tu tur ; it ii ihaunly n-ally
ra wPfif kintl puhiiahftJ, im4 ia rnni!ft
uiv aim our. TrraU
Iu twrry reii.-f. St'iil trtw'.y -.Iril uu miu id Mt vim.
Adurviu Dr. U. A. Hi iiiammam. .;iu K....I. .
til. i-iiu. alu. ualHidiu lu
ssaaWM WAS UsB) WJIUiruit
OTlsWwxuaiayuciu, iu atura,
U.a iaUa-at aUOUVWte Ul lli
b IfvljTaapfijr ib lit uiAurivii nlatiuo. Mai aa4 Itav!.
youuf uif uatiUla aed akuul4 md auul prrmrrm ti it
ctMiuiu iutunwuiusk, Ukh uoihm cu aturu lu h vuh
put i uu now to hnwrit uu noauu, aiui ouiupicKUM, aua
fit to fatlr4 cuarka ia (rcaiiiiraa ol yvmUi Um tarM au4
iu) Iriat MvriaM Gsk Iu tlu world. lrio Jftsut
by Mail. Tua autUor uay b eaHiaullad awuiflljr r idf
iriiJ an any ottht mtiKtt wliunad in kl - - A ' -pr.
A. Q. OlaIN, UTW MUaMpoa at-t Ctakaga, jT
TUs last chauos rur good agricultural IsiitU ou
Tkm Ykaus' C kkuit. at raa knt. iuu-real.
I ain't mn an v risks, but go to a country that lias
beeu urovad to bs good- 8end your Stidruas by
poatal card tm Laun Com'r U. AM. K. U.,
Hurliuglou. lows, aud rciv frso copy of luws
and Aebraaka r ariae, wiUi cli art til land, and
W round Uiu rales. S-S-wsuiu.
E. If. FEESIIIIAN & BROS.,
n w. ret, st. cixcayin. o.,
Ar auUtuiaa4 to eonirMt for adTsrUa
XttUutM ftutUtvaifrw, fiMClml4r
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.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avtnue
4 rtlro, Illinois.
Advances nude od .'n.iiiiiieiiu. Al
strarta of Titles mailt-, Ceuvryance aud
Collections attended to.
Attention to buinc, and Remittances
Anrlion Kalis Kery Kulanlnjr
J. H OrJlhl.Y.
A. W. fYATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. "W. X"YA.TV ao.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlnir, Cor. Twelfth Street
and Washington Atcdus,
Kf County and llailroa.lWork a 8iecialtr
titainea in the rnited
StateH, Canada, and Ku-
rtitie ; ti-rina as low as
tlione of any other rt-l Libit-
liniue. CiirreKiiuu -deuce
liiTted in the Ln-
linli and foreiirn anfruaKfa. witn mrentora, At-t-trnt-ya
at iiw, and oilier Soliciitora, eiticiaJI
w th thoxe who Iiuvh hud their uaeea rcjecttd in
thehaiitU ot other HttorneyM. In rejected cases
our leva are reasonable, and no ebarKe is wade
mi leas we urc aucreaaiul.
If ytu want a )wt
eut,aend u a m-i-lt-l
or elcctcth ami a
full description of
y our tnveution .
V will make an
examination at the putent olllce. and tl we think
it puteutulile, will send you paiier and advice,
and priiet:iite your cane. Our fee Will be in or
diniiry cue,i. .
Ill trrul or written in matters
eett, Ex-C(imniiHbioier of Vutvutj.
fltvi land, Olno ( O. 11 Kelley, Ksq
Naiionul Grange. Louiaville, Ky i Coiumrxlnr
fan I Am men, U. n. M., Washington, 1. C.
t3"Seul hlamii f,ir our ' 'liulde tor til. min
ing Patentn," a book nf Mi putre .
Adilivaa : l.inai BttaVlfer A '., Sol id
torn of I 'au ii w, Waabineton, li. Ci.
Mortgnuee N Knlr.
"117 1ICK HAS Tlioniaa Sullivan, Iit hia certain
VV sale lU'U'tuiiKi', duly exet-ute-1, delivvreti
ami ret-nk-d, in I lie ni't.tdfi'a ofuie of A lexau
der county, Stale of lllinoia, in Hook
1'ape 'fl, dltl eouvey to the nnder.ijniel lsa:ir
Walder, (which .aid mortgage lasui-s date I he
first (1st) day ofNove nilier, A. 1., is;:,), the
Mlowii.ir deHcribetl real evlate, lyinn and tie
infr in tin-city of Cairo, cuunly of AUxantier,
and Statu of Illinois, to-wit: IM numbeieii
thirty-eixbt ('tu). in block nuniltervd Bfty-four
(."IJ , to secure the payment of his certain pniin
iasory note bearing even tlule with .atdnmrt
KaKe. fur the miri of sixty ui-Uhi dullard, with
iulerest at the rateof ten per cent per annum
from dute, until paid And wh. reiki, the aaid
1 human Sullivan huvin mails default in the
payment of the mnr.ey so secured tola! paid aa
aforesaid; now. thefore, 1, the underaia-ned
uortKaxee aforesaid, uudtr and virtue of th
mortKSKe aiorenaid, ben by Rive notice that I
will, ou vatuntay( the litb day ot Aiiuust, at
the hour ul )1 o'clock, i, m. , A. I., lbTu, sell at
imlilic veudue to the biuheKt bidder fur ra."h.
at the front Joor of the court Itouae, iu the city
of Cairo, county of Alexander and State ol mi
lium, the real estate so conveyed to him hy the
aaid mortgagor, iernn nl'aaie Cash in hand.
ISAAC WAI.DfcU, Mortiraicee
f'alro tilt . .f ill v llh, It.'t T-la-did.
Itirlcl til Quutitr.
Isprsrn tba fiolitr
Lincoln Butter Powder
tltiod ("re all Bulter all tiie Tear Itauud
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln liutter Powder i un entireir
liurmles-i article m.-ide from a celebrated
English recipe, aud now iu daily ue by
many of t lie most tinted farmers iu the
butter counties around l'liil tdcli-liia.
la hot weather this Powder nukes butler
tuucb tinner uud sweeter tbiiu it usually is,
aud keeps it from turning rancid It also
removes lio strong tluvor of turnip, garlic,
weeds, in stalks, cot'on seed, etc.; and
the lucre used yield or but te uiucli n ore
than pays Uu intling expense of usui it.
S-1 CeulH I'er lHekn)re.
U liol.KSAI.B liKltit' j HI.; Market M
KiiLdUh UrusscN, Three Ply and Intrraiti,
also, Sttir t'arpett.VeUet Kiu-s, Crumb
Cloilis, Oil dolus, etc., crv cbt-i
at the Old Place
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets rare fully packed and sent tuauy
port of the United fctatei tree of charge.
U-SENDirOR PRICE UIT.
7--iy. J. A. DEN PALL.
runoUsOf Broadway, 7U Atbuos and
NEW YORK CITY
Three liloekt wet of (iraud Central Hepot
near the Slevattxl ltailroad, aiid but twen
ty miuutsa from Wall btrset. Alt u,oJeiu
improvement. Katet ft pr Uy. 1.1 b
eral terms to famaliea.
. , CHAJI. B. UtXAHD. JVopriotor
Of Delsvsa iluoau, Albany, N. V .aarJ
Clarendon Hotel, tsaratoga. T-7-dOa.
l.W par yaf, postqr prepaid, lo say address
BEST AND CHI At It ST y
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