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It wim thought bescbidh by the president
and the secretary that the reslffnntion
should not Uke placeVvntil tfter the Cin
cinnati conTcntion. Itiever received a
reply to my letter ffrsljrnatlon Irom
the president. 1 do riffy know that It
has beea accepted, txoept on acting the
announcenit'ut of the name ol any suc
cessor. ; Tho conversation between, the
president and tnj -self waa'a brief one.
The president received me coldly. I
aid to him ! "I have called- to Inform
you that 1 hare received aiieb; .offers for
professional business as to Induce tne to
vacate the office of solicitor of , the treas
ury. I do this by the advice ol friends,
and alto for toe reason that I wish to put
an end to tbe embarrassment and annoy
ance to which yaur subjected on.'nty ao
oount." ' The president said, "Verjr
well." He expressed the hope that after
the Cincinnati convention we would have
A SEASON OF (jt'IF.T.
I replied, "I hope that during the re
mainder of your administration you will
kavo peace and quiet," and with awur
atices of my respectlul and kindly con
sideration, I took my hat and left him.
la reply to a question as to the names of
parties who had been operating against
him, Wilson gave the names of Charles
B. Farwell, Senator John A. 1ogan,
Representative Hurlbut, and perhaps
Sargent, of California, together with a
man named William 11. Moore, and one
Stewart, a dismissed revenue agent.
Plalsted, of Connecticut Did you at
tribute the differences between you aud
tbe president In any degree to want ot
sympathy on the president's part to
prosecute the whisky thieves S
Wilson I attributed it to the fact Hint
he believed Bibcock to be Innoce nt and
so believing he could not sympathize
w ith the prosecuting officer or with the
secretary and myself, with the part we
took with reference to Babcock's case.
My own judgment lis, that whatever
differences arose between the secretary
and myself on one side, and the presi
dent ou the, otfux, weru due ou the p resi
dent's" part to a misconception of the mo
tives and purposes which actuated the
secretary and myself, to misinformation
as to the facts, to Ibe willul and deliber
ate perversions ot facts to the president
by scoundrels who we were endeavoring
to bring to punishment, and their friends,
for the purpose ot
BRIXUI50 AAOl'T A PIS AGREEMENT
between the president and secretary, to
create embarrassment to the prosecution
and if possible to defeat their purpose.
Cochrane If the president was acting
In good faith in this matter, how do you
account for his action with reference to
the "Sylph' dispatch when you Inform
ed htm that Gen. Porter had made an
explanation of that dispatch w hich com
promised him, which was different from
the explanation from Gen. Babcock, and
with which he expressed himself to be
satisfied. How do you account for his
action if in good faith ?
Wilson 1 have endeavored to slate
facts as they are with regard to the
whole subject matter of the investigation,
as liiey are in my recollection. IH farts
speak for theuiselvfs, and with them I
am perfectly contented to stand or fall.
Let others do the same.
Wilson was suffering from sickuess
and expressed hi anxiety to reach Cape
May. In consideration of the condition
ot his health tbe committee adjourned
the examination until Tuesday next.
(so i lb Moitnlaiaa of Colorado
by the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Ke
Railroad, the new aud popular line from
Atchison aud Kansas City via the beauli
fal Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Spring, Del Xorte, Trinidad, Santa
and all points in Colorado, New
.Mexico and Arizona. Sneelul round
trip Uekets to Denver, only $50, allowing
stop-off privilege both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs.
Manitou and Pike's Peak. Jaw emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tain., without change. Close connec
tion made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tablet and the " San
Juan Guide," addres,
i'. J. Aj.Dk IlsoN,
Oen, Fais. Agt.,
7-lHtf Toi'kka, Ka.v.
A Mo. 1 iJluodrjr.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
Die laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the ?ity, aud land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two haudkerchiefs, 5c ; vests, 20c; aud
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 23c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c ; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' underware, fine
d coarse. $1 00 per dozen . 1-2 W t .
ROOMS TO KKXT.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooius on same street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. 6-28-tf.
J. (iKOItUE bTlAXHOCSF.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anylhiug else In the barber lino. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
cither at the shop or their homes.
Leather ! fludlatffa.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 00, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Loula custom made boots and
thoca. Ue also keeps on baud a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of hia
own make. Boots and chocs made to
order of first-class material and aatlsfao
tloa guaranteed. 0-24-tf
L 1 I IS I -
. W are authorised to announce JOHN If.
ROBINSON m a Candida's for Sheriff or Alex
ander county, at the coming county election.
We ara authorised to announce that R. A. Ed
muwUoalsaa independent Kafniblina candi
date lor Simla, at the. esauina county election.
We art authorised to announce PETER 8 A UP,
for an lnlependent candidate for sheriff of Al
esandereounty, at tbe ensuing county election.
RATE OF ADTEBTIftlNU.
CP A 11 bint for adrertlainf , are due and par
able IS ADVASCB
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rate of II J0 per square for the Unit insertion
and 6u oenta for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and disl
For inserting Funeral notice $1 w Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders W cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Sapper notices
will only be Inserted as advertisement
No advertisement will be received at less than
SO cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollars per month
Local Boaineaa Hotioee, of
tan llnea or mora. Inserted
In the Bulletin mm follows :
Commence Counties; at tan Llnea.
On lnaartioa per Una .......... 5 Oenta
Twe lnaertlona pot Una) .. . 7 Oenta
Th-re Insertion par Una ...... 10 Oenta
is InaerUona per Una - IB Oenta
Two waeka par Una B5 Oenta
On month per Una ......... SB Oenta
Ho Redaction will b made in above
SECRET S OCTETTE
AftCALON LODGE, NO. 51.
Knirhui of Pythias, meets every Fri
day niKt at half-pa! seven, in Odd
Fellows' Hall. " Hows,
O ALEXANDER LODGE, NO. tM.
Independent Order of Odd-Fel-lows,
uwti every Thursday night
at half-past aeren, in their hall on
Jotiunerciul avenue, between Sixth and Beveuth
"rod VukB Lam a, N J
VURO KKCAMPHKNT, I. O. O. P., meets
Odd-fellowa Hail on the Ireland third
i iM-aday in evrry month, at half-past seven
4o II (Joshua, C V
A CAIRO M)rMjE, NO. 237, A. F. A A. M.
Hold rea-idar communication! in Ma
K sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' and Eiifhth street, on the second and
'ourtli Monday of each month .
TUESDAY. AUGUST 1. 176.
Leal Wsslaer Steaerv
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Sergeant. Signal Bervlce, V. S.A.
1 here was nothing done in the police
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Saflord leave Cairo
for the Chicago to-day.
Professor Alvord, accompanied by his
daughters, Misses Annie and Kate, left
this city tor Chicago yesterday afternoon.
The auction of musical instruments
will be continued this evening at the old
stand of W. B. Rockwell & Co. It
Wanted, at the St. Charles hotel a first-
class barber. One who can devote a small
portion ot his time to hi? legitimate busi
ness preferred. It
Lanney Barclay, w ho has been attend
ing the Chester, Pennsylvania, Military
Academy, came home on Saturday night
to spend his vacation.
On Thursday evening the ladies of the
Episcopal church will give a sociable at
the residence of Mrs. John H. Oberly.
A cordial Invitation is extended to the
public generally to attend.
Miss Martha Hughitt and sister, who
have been visiting at the residence of
Captain W. P. Halliday for the past two
weeks, leave for their home in Chicago
The game ot base ball, between the
Riverside club of Mound City, aud a
scrub nine of Cairo, played in Mound
City on Sunday, resulted in another
victory for 'airo, by a score of twenty-
nine to thirty.
The district conference of the Metho
dist Episcopal church will commence In
the Methodist church this evening, where
the Rev, Hiram Sears, of Carhondale,
will deliver a "Centennial." The public
Is cordially invited to attend.
On Sunday afternoon, a horse attached
to a buggy belonging to Mr. hum Slyers,
got frightened near the narrow guaare
railroad depot and ran away. At the
corner of Seventh and Walnut streets
the buggy struck the sidewalk and
turned over, making It o wreck. The
horse was not Injured.
The funeral of Peter Dowd, who died
in this city on Thursday night, took
place on Sunday. The St. Patrick's Be
nevolent Society, of which the deceased
was a member, attended the luneral in a
body. Besides the members of the or
ganization, a large number of the friends
of the grieved family ot the deceased
were In attendance.
Mr. Hiram Hill, the well-known diver
of this city, went to work raising the
wreck of the steamer Shippers' Own,
which boat waa sunk above the atone de
pot some two months ago by tbe Anchor
Line bout, Grand Tower. Mr. Hill has
agreed to have the machinery up la ten
days, when it is to be taken to Louisville
and put inio a new boat for Captalu Tom
ltymau of Nashville
Having assumed control of tbe Plan
ters House barber parlors, I am now able
to devote the greater portion of my time
to my legitimate business, without lieing
called upon to attend to dinning room
work, etc. My rooms are neatly and
comfortably furnished wltb the best bar
ber implements in the way ot chairs, etc.,
and my stock of oils, head washes and
perfume are the finest tQ be procured,
t am at mv post at aO hours, and will be
pleased to attend to the want of all my
friends and acquaintances.
30-tf Edward Uraxtos.
On last Thursday night a sail
boat valued at one hundred
dollars, owned by Mr. Nick l)c
vore, and two skiffs, one ot whl.li
belonged to young Minnie Vincent, were
broken loose from their moorings on Ohio
levee, and stolon by some unknown par
ties. Mr. Devore has endeavored, by
sending telegrams to points along the
rivers, up and down, to bring the thieves
to justice, but up to yesterday had (ailed
to gain any clue to them.
Mnjor Ed. Halliday having completed
the repairing and embellishing of the
iron yacht lately purchased by Halliday
brothers, raised steam yesterday after
noon and amused himself by running up
and down the harbor. This yacht is cer
tainly one of the finest pieces of work in
the way of a steamer, thnt has ever been
seen in these waters. She is a perfect
beauty and very powerful, and as she
glided up and down the harbor, she was
the observed of all cbsctvers. On an ln
vltatlon from Mnjor Halliday a party of
ladies and gentlemen, went aboard the
"Ariadne" about five o'clock Jlant even
ing and enjoyed a most delightful trip to
Mound City and return.
At a meeting of the St. Patrick's Be
nevolent Society, held at their hall July,
2lth, 176. The following resolutions
were adopted in respect to our deceased
brother Peter lowd :
WiiiBEAS, It has pleased the Al
mighty God to remove from our midst,
by the unsparing hand ot death, our
worthy brother member, Peter Dowd.
Rrtolted, That whilst we bow in sub
mission to the decrees of Providence, our
hearts are veiled in sorrow at the io?s of
one endeared to us by the many ties of
friendship and affection.
Resolved, That by his death this so
ciety sustains the loss of one ot its most
honorable and worthy members, hu
manity a kind friend, and his family an
attectionate husband and father.
Retohtd, That we tender our sympa
thies to the'family of the deceased in their
hour of bereavement.
Resolved, That a copy ot these reso
lutions be presented to .he family ot the
deceased ; also be published in the Cairo
.f. M. Hon an,
Committee on Resolutions.
Cairo. Illinois, 1
Monday Evening, July 31st, 187C.
Business in this city since the laast is
sue of the Price-Current has been quiet.
The weather has been clear and very
pleasant, a refreshing breeze having pre
vailed throughout each day, with cool
and pleasant nights tor sleep. The rivers
continue to decline slowly. Rates to the
south are the same as reported last, 1.V5;
30c through, and 20(s30c way.
i-Iour is quiet. I he receipts since
Thursday have been more liberal than
for some time previous, while the de
mand has slacked off somewhat. New
wheat rlour is coming in in small lots
but not enough has been handled to es
tablish prices yet. Choice grades from
old wheat arc in light supply, with the
majority of the merchants, w hile the in
quiry for them is fair.
Common hay is plenty and very dull.
The supply of choice is light and the de
mand is fair. Nothing but choice will
Corn and oats are quiet. The supply
of corn Is light, but equal to the call at
preent. Oats are in good 6unply for
the demand, which is light.
Meal and bran are quiet. There w as a
pretty fair demand for bran during the
latter part of last week. Meal U in good
supply, and the demand Is light, City
meal sold at $2 40 on Saturday. Coun
try is held at (2 25.
Butter and eggs are iu light supply.
The demand for fresh eggs is good. The
demand for butter is only fair. Nothing
hut choice will sell. Tho poultry mar
ket is lightly supplied. There is a good
demand for large young chickens and
old chickens. Small will not sell at all.
Melons are coming in, and sell well,
SoyOur friends should bear in mind
that the price here given arc usually for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Choice grades of rlour are in light sup
ply, low and medium grades are in good
supply and quiet. The sales reported
were 100 barrels various grades, $3 50
6 00; 200 barrels various grades, $3 &((i)
0 50; 100 barrels various grades, $3 &0
6 50 ; 400 barrels various grades city.
3 75(2,8 50; 100 barrels choice family,
Common liny is in abundance aud very
dull. There is very little choice In the
market. The demand for choice is good.
We note the sale of ear choice, $15 00.
This market Is farly supplied. The de
mand is light. No sales wero reported.
White In bulk is held at 4Gc ; white in
sacks, at 51)52c ; mixed iu bulk, at 45c ;
mixed in sacks, at 4S(49c.
l'hu supply of oats is suHieieiit for the
demand, which is light. No new oats
have yet been handled. Choice old
Northern oats in sacks are held 3ti(i;37c.
No sales were reported.
City and country meal are in good sup
ply and quiet. We note the sale of 1 car
country, $2 25 ; 100 bbls city steam dried
Thlt market is well supplied. The de
mand U light. Salea reported were one
carlo sacks, $10 00; one car In bulk, $7 00;
200 sacks, $10 00.
The supply of butter la ample, for the
demand, w hich is only moderate. Noth
log but choice U caucd for. W not
the sal of 10 pale southern Illinois,
14c ; 5 tabs southern Illinois, 15c S tubs
choice northern, 19&19c; 10 packages
southern Illinois, 10c ; 3 paksges choice
southern Illinois, 18c.
We cote the sale of 5 cases, He 200
down, 5(,Cc. The demand for fresh
ef?K I" Koh The market is lightly
This market is lightly supplied. The
demand for large young and old chick
ens is good. Small chickens are nn sala
ble. We note the sale of two coons
sprlug, $1 75.
Onions arc In fair demand. We note
the sale of G bbls, $1 25 per barrel.
We quote salt In car load lots, $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 200 bbls sale, $1 &oral CO.
HIDES AND FURS.
Flks Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3 $1 ; No. 4 50c. OtterNo.
l$0;No. 2$1; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50c;
No. 410c Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
I 85c No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 7?:; No. 3
50c ; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c,
OrioBsum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 8c ; No. 3,
Muskrat-No. 1 20c ; No. 2 lW; No!
3 10c. Bear-No. 1 $10; No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf-Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2 f 1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;,
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50c,
Wild 'at 25c House Cut 10c. Badger,
Sheep Pez.ts Grf-en 75c (3j $1 25 ; dry
40 90c shearings 10 20c.
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$3 25; Raum or llarrisburg coal on
track per load, lump, $27 ; nut, $16 ; de
Ivered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal
car loads on track, $5 50 per ton : efosfle
on, delivered, $0.
tilaae Fruit Jar.
All kinds of Glass Fruit Jars and extra
Rubbers lor Fruit Jsrg. Also new and
old Styles Jelley Glasses to be had cheap
at (8-l-3t) D. Hartman'a
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Wellington avenue, Is open to
the public The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigirs.
3-25-tf A. Kravs, Proprietor.
I will continue the sale of books and
stationery and musical goods as hereto
fore at Itobbins' Musical Bazar, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or in jobbing lots will consult
their interest by purchasing now.
I will receive bids for either stock of
goods in bulk at any time.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale of books and station
ery pertaining to the 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 tbe same from day to day
until these entire stocks are dispos
Such an opportunity wa3 never before
offered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. Gkorgk Fisiif.r, Assignee,
Of W. B. Roakwell, bankrupt, and C.
Robbins 4c Co., bankrupts.
CAiRO.'July 21st, 1S70. 7-22-tl
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots,
exchange for St. Louis property.
The south halt of the 'Titof house at
Good two story brick store room on
Commercial avenue between Eleventh
Dwelling, corner Twenty l&urtli and
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar-streets.
Cottage on Fourteenth street, west
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street aud Commercial
ivcnue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ot
Joinmerclul avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross street, wes
of Washington avenue.
Two business houses each on Levee
street, above Eighth, $20.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
oext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-tliird
street, $G. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house ou Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th7.nl
Store-room corner Twentieth .and
Poplar streets. $12 60.
Store room adjoiulng above, $S,
House on Commercial avenue, near
19th street. Suitable for business and
1 welling, $15.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Wlnter'a Row. 5 rooms each for $10
tier month. Will be put In first-class
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenne, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ot the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, la tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Lyon' Kathiron makea beautiful
glossy, laxiiriantkalr; prevents iu rail
ing out or turning gray, U na stood th
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfume d
and has norlval. S-lO-d&wly
W aa DWAimrBiiT, Rivaa Rtr-nr, i
July 30.IK78 I
STATIOS. LOW WATER. CffAWOB.
' ' sr. n. rr. nr.
Cairo - 20 lc 4
PUUnurf. .. I x lo
Cincinnati......... s 7
Loalsville s s
Nashville X 4
St. LntllS... 17 i
E vesuvine......... ....... V il o
htemiihia 20 n i
Vlckubura; .18 9
New Orleans A .1 1
Below high water or 1T.
fterft-eant. Signal Service, U. fl. A .
Htesiaer James r isk, Paducab.
" Vint 8htnkle, Memphis
" E. M. Norton and tow, St. f.ouia.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvili.
City of Helena, Vlckbnrg.
" James Fink, Paducab.
Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati.
M City of Helena, St. Louis.
" E. M. Norton, tow, Ohio Itiver.
" Grand Tower, Vlcksburg.
" Arkansas Belle. Euaoirillc.
The gauge marked 20 feet, 10 Inches bet
evening. The decline was 4 inches.
u"'ni "ulct- ,
Tba City of Helena came up from below
late .Saturday night with an excellent trip
of freight and full of people.
The Vint Shlakle bad a good trip from
Memphis for the Ohio river Sunday.
Unllldoy r.rother' late purchase, the
powerful and beautilul iron steam yacht,
Ariadne, has been thoroughly overhauled
from stem to stern, repainted snd her
cabins re.'umlshe1. The ladies' and gen
tlemen's cabins have botU beeu elaborately
and elegantly painted and grained the
ladies' depar'tnent in oak and the gentle
men's in walnut. New carpets and cur
tains adorn each. Her hull is u dark, rich
green, while the whole upper exterior,
with tbe exception of the chimney and
venttlatur, which are a bright red, Is of a
rich oak In color. Steam wis rai.ed on her
for tbe first time sine she came rff the
docks yesterday afternoon, and on an in
vitation extended by Major Halliday, a
half dozen of our prominent citizen', -companlei
by their wives, took a little ex
cursion tiip around the baibor. Major
Halliday is justly very proud of the Ariadne
and on this occasion stood at the wheel
biraoelf. The baat took several turns up
and down the Ohio, and as she passed along
In front of the city, the gaze of every passer
by on tbe levee was upon her, and tbe uni
versal verdict was, "she is the pretties tmont
complete little craft that ever floated in tbe
harbor of Cairo."
The Grand Tawer, down Sunday, had a
good trip for Vicksburg and tntdc nouie
Tbe Norton has a tow of ore for the Ohio.
Tbe Arkansts Belle had a usually light
trip on funds?
.WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
4 airo, llllnoiM.
Advances made on Consignments,
stract ot Titles made. Conveyances
Collections attendud to.
Attention to business, and Remittances
A net Ion
friiis n:m to the mn
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Spaolal Ravtaa by Weak or Montk.
A limiteil number r rery desirable tamily
ruunii can be secured at reanouable rates lor tut
summer month. ...
'Hie St. Charles U the largest ami best aupoint
edlloune iu Southern Illinois, anil U the leadiiia
hotel in Cairo. SiotwIlhatamliiiK the ''Med
Hock" reduction ia prior, the table will, a
unual, 1 liberally Uilied with the very Ul
of evarythiuf lha! eaa be found ia market.
Kii lMrire Multiple ruulua fur vuiuiiiureial Irav-
elera. on ground door, free of chart!
C1"A1I tiaKKaneoi iruasia couvejeu iu muu
ttieholel without rtuire
JKWETT WILCOX tlO.,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and KeUll Dealers in
Foreign and Domeatio
WIN KM OF ALL KOrUS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
-KSli gUYTU A CO. have conatandv
I YL a lanre stock ot the beat ifood. iu u mar
l' it7and .-iveenpecud atteuuou W I be wbulaaaW
I macb of Ue tmaina.
Junciii of Broadwtjrta Avenue nd
NEW TOHK CITY.
Tlsree Bloeks wet of Gran4 Central Dspot
nor the Wevated Railroad, aud but twen
ty Minutes from Woll Street. All modern
tnrproveinonts. Bstes f per day. Uu
eral terms to famalies.
OHAB.X. LBLAJfD. Potor
Of Wolevau flouae, Albany,
Ctaresnion Hotel, Saratogs. 7--ujiu.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
The firm of W. F. Axlcy A Co. U this
dny dlosolved by mutual consent
WM FKKMCH AX LEY,
Cairo, Ills., July 3Ut, IcT'i,
The nndfrn!t?np(l will contiuue tliu mic
tion and commiMion businc at tlin Manil
lately occupied by W. V. Axlcy Co.. mid
would solicit a Miare ol puMIc patronsire.
C1IA9. 8. HKI.AY.
Cairo Ills. July 31t 170.
The l-tlett. a rente t. ami mo r?linlle
remetlr ever put Uiiiethrr hy medical science,
for RlietiTali"m, Woiinils, SwcllmR", lliiins,
Cakni Hrerutt, ftc, If. the Ccntmir Liniment.
Th-re are two kinds What the W hit,- Liniment
is for the hunisn family, th Yellow C entaur
Liniment ts for ftnvincd, lnme mid M ruined
horses and aoimnl. iim".,"-w l it
Children Cry for tJaxtorin. It i a
pleasant to take as honey, ami is ab-dliirrlv
harmless. It is sure to exiiel worms, ciire wind
colic, rejulnte the bowels nnil stomxeh. nthI
evercoms irritithilitT caused bv rush it culling;
teeth. It is a crfcct suh.tittite lor alitor u,
and for ostivneiis in younic or ni l there is
liothinir in existence soeflVrtive and n liulilr.
Will, of course, wish to see all the splits
comfortably ahd cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOI THF.IiX li'V COMPANY
has, through its connections iu tue YV.s
and Northwest, placed on sale a lurire
number of Touhists' K.xcckmon Tickkis
at greatly rediued rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal cattcrn cities, with nu
opportunity of stopping at auy ot the k'rat
tiurnher of famous retorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOI 111-
KKN is the only line Irom the west runtiirg
directly to Niagara Tails, pi villi; pasen
gcro, Irom the train, a wonderful panoramic
View ol the MKitlTY CATAItACT,
HOBSEPIIOK FALL, the CiltKAT
KAl'IDS, and laiidimr tiicm directly at the
r'Mlls. The track of the CAN IA SOI! 1 11-
EHN is an air line, laid with steel mils o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves
or grades: wo'id is used lor fuel; Coaches
are furnihed with the Winched Patent
Ventilator, ensuritg prefect fr.-edoin from
dust. Wi'h its complete syMcm of mafrnif
centPAKLOU SL.KKPINU AND DJUW-
I NO KOOM CAKS from CIIICA'iO.
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its adniir
able connections at NIAGAHA FALLS
AND HI FFALO with the NEW YOKK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, tho
Canada Southern is fat becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO TUE EAST. Tickets
via tbls popular line can be procured at al
offices of sonnecting lines, or at the com
Any information cjh bo obtained by ail
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Gen'l rasa, and Ticket Ag't. Dbtuoit
K. F. Kunkrl'M Bitter Wine f Iron
has never been known to lail in tlio cure of
weakness, attended witu hym.toins ; lti'li-
noxition to exertiou, Ihm ki lueiuory, nnil
cultv of breathing, teheral weakness horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
lul horror of death, night sweuU, cola leet,
weakness, dimnei-ii ol vinion, luiiuoi', uni
versal lassitude ot tbe ouii-cuiur syitem,
enormous opjiptite with dyieptlc ymp
totns, h'it hamin, Uut-tiirj ol the holy, dry
Dews of tbe hkin, pallid rounteoai and
eruptions on the face, purify the blood,
pin in the ba k, heHvinrm ot tbe eyelids,
frequent blaek spot living before tbe eye
wim temporary ulll-ioD, and k)i-i of eilit.
waut d utteuiion, etc. Thete tyinptnuis
all aiine from weakness, and to reinedy
that, use K. F. Kuukel's Jliitcr Wiue of
Irja. It never tail. '1 Iioubuii'Ih are now
enjovmi; health who have ucd it. lake
only'K. V. Kuukel's.
Meware of counterfeits nnd baso Imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of lion is
ko well kuonn all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation uud try
lo sell it otf to their ciifitomer. when they
call lor Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkei'a Bitter Wine of Iron Is put up
only in il bottles aud bus a yellow w nipper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for tbe photo
graph on ihc outside, and you Will always
be iure to get tbe genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or alx for $. -Sold by druints and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy l'in Seat and stomach H onus.
Dr. Kunkcl, the only miceeMtiil physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with bead, aud uo fee until removed.
Common sense teaches thut 11 iape Worm
be removed, all other worm can be rcadi y
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel No. ar!) North Ninth atrect, rhiladel
pbia Fa., or call on your druist and uk
tor 'a bottle of Kunkel's orui Syrup.
Price, $1.00. H never tails
How To Make Money.
We will state tlut the niret, bet nnd
speediest way to multiply uud increase"
U to eall at No. 13 Wail Street, New oik,
and consult w itb Aiex Frothiughaiii t Co.
These gentlemon, who have uii been
liliititied with the history and attnim of
Wall atreet. are unusually .killed in ni'.ne
tarv alfir, and in everything apoertniouiif
to itieeulation, are unexcelled br nhillly
and piolioleiiey. It may ao be mid that
ot tbe many Hroker in thut city they uie
n..t nlv the most uoiiutur, but aUo the
root ueeelui, best p;ivroiiizi;M, aim mosi
widely known iu or ucar tho vicinity ot
Anton the eustomer ol the boue of
Alex Frothiiitfham & Co., are nouie oi our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainlv indebted to tue lunor oi mis
arm lor luuett ol tbe weultli they now enjoy.
During tbe lanir and suveesslul exper
leuee ol Mers. Alex, rothiiiifliam .V; Co.,
iu thi city they have earned fur thcuisclvi
an enviable refutation for honesty, linea
rity and faith, and enjoy a busines almost
eoloal in it proportions In fact, the
amount of husiue done by thishoin-e in
the eoure of a year ia something wonder
ful, aud olten turm tne sunjeti oi com
ment. It needs but s visit to their spacious
ottiees lo Wall mreet to prove tho truth of
the above statement.
Ilow tbey manaze to rouvert 10 to lf20,
920 to lid, M into M, and t en, l a
secret which they alone can explain; but
that they succeed in doin;; o i a laet t .o
well known to admit of doubt. II you
would sately aud proiliably Invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor tM tiriu
with your cash aud coniMence. That by
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience ot thousand oi our best
citizen attest. The ueoessity of tukim;
such a couie in these time of tottcnu
t.unk aud financial stiinireucv must be ap
parent to the moat iudiderent und earlc
Messrs- Alex. Frotliinrhim A Co.. are
Drenared to invest money to auy aroouot iu
lb beat securities aud in every transac
tion in which tbey may be ensaed guar
ante emir satislaetion to those who honor
ham vith their natronave.
a 5-den a lor ineir expianaiory ircuio.
id Weekly Keport. which they mad tree
i all who desira tbem. From A i. il-
tropolii, April ltt, ISTtf
lhe BrtttTtw printing
establishment makes a
specialty of Bill Heads,
Note Heeds, tetter Heads.
Statements, Cards, Klc Look at these prices!
Small size bjll heads, per lmo... 1 no
Medium size bill heads, per thousand 8 7S
All on fourteen pound paper, Carlisle mills,
ruted two cents per pound higher thsn paper
n-ed hy any other office ruled to order at the
imiis rMM-,iBlly ror tms omre
Statements, Carlyslc. per lum .i no
Ietler Ihwds, Carlysje, per 1'KiO .. 4 IW
Note IIphiIs, t srlysle, rr lnno S 00
Vlsitinftcnrds pcrpeckatie . ifa
Itusines cards, No. t -py Ilristol board,
perl'sst... 2 W to
Business cards, No 1 blank, per Mm 8 0t
Wunrter-sheet, halrheet, full-sheet and three,
heet posters, and colored work below St Louis
I'amplilet, Book Work and Trine Mst.i made
ci i ty
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.
Ho invites all his friends.
,Wrf unuec'a ftnle.
WIIKUKA's Thomas Sullivan, by bis cerium
sale inorltruk'c, Only executed, delivered
snil rceordmi, in therrcnnler'aoniceof Alexan
der county, Main of Illinois, in llm k ",,"
1'iiire ri, diil convey to I lie under1-imied Isjiiii-
alder, (w hich ssld mortKUKe bem ilHte the
llrst (1st) ilny of .November, A. It., l-)7''),lhe
li.lhiw inif described real eMate, lyinfr anil be
ins in tin-city ot ( niro, county M Air xuniler,
nnd Mate of Illinois, tin-wit: I.t numbered
thiity-eirht e-f) . in block numbered fllty-toiir
('!), to cei-ure tl.e Mivment of his certain firom
issorv note ticarintf even dste with saulmort
KW.' for the sum of sixty nu-l'si itolmrs, with
interest at lhe rule of ten per cent -wrmumm
from ditto, until paid And " h rens, the mid
Thomas Sullivan having mnde default in the
pav men t of the money so secured tube paid as
aforesaid; now, thefore, I, the undersiunrd
mnrtaniree. aforesaid, under and Virtue ot the
iimrtiniKe aforesaid, hen by ftira notice that 1
w ill, on Saturday, the I'.'tn oay ol August. i
t lit- hour of -i o'clock, , m ,A I'. Is"'', si II at
liiiblic vendue to the highest bidder for cab,
at the front loor of the court house, in the city
ofl uim, eountv of Alexander and siateof Illi
nois the real e-date so conveved to him by thu
said martagnr Term of saie Cash in hand.
Ai. vt Ai.i t.it, .uortUMKce.
f'airn UN. .Inly lth , 17'5 T-ls.,(i.
Mi e riff' Sale.
ltv virtue of an execution to me directed
by the Clerk of tho ircuit Court of Alex-
Bitter County, in thp S'ato of I1 inois, in
favor of li'-rnaril JIcanus and aiclnt
.lames A. Fry, I have levied upon the tnl
I 'Winif desrribed propetty, in Fir-' Addit
ion to tli'J City of Cairo, 'in the Couu y ol
Alexander nnd SfUe of Illinois to-wit:
All or Ili rWht t'tle nnd intcrct of mid
James A. Frv in and to lot numWred thir
teen tl3i In tilo.'k numbered forty-seven 4T
which I shall offer at pjllie ea'e at the
South west door of the Court House in te
City ol Cairo, in the County or Alexander
and stata ol Illiivis on the filth dy ol Oc
tober. A. D.. lsTfl, at the hour of t leven
o'clock, A M., for cash, tt atlsfy said ex
ecution. At.KX. II Irviv.
S'lf-rllf rf Alexander . ounly, lllin.ji".
Cairo. IIN...I-K- V. 1h-;. rltd
j. n. our hi. v.
a. w. PYA IT.
CAIRO CITY BINDEHY,
A.W.rYATT i CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building, Cor. Twelfth Ktret
and WaalJnuton Avenue,
KCointr and BailroadWork aSliecialtv
1A1. T AM OII.M.
B. F. PARKER,
vVull Paper, Window Glass, 'Win
dow Shades, &c.
always n liand, the celebrateil illuminiitips'
I3rr.' llMtlctl nr.,
Corner Eleventh Street and Wianinu
au.i t rnuklin
H Ir. ets. 4 111
rub' '. I.lniois.
t l.arleretl by the
Stale df 111 nun
fur the eipresa
iiurjioe ot a" i v 1 1 sr
t .'J. V-.'. .. .. i
J ' uunieiliaie rein f
li uli eases nf private, clircuic, ai.d Urinary ili
scasi' in all their complicated lV im. Il i 'H
kiuiwn thMt lr. Jume ha loo'l at the bead ol
the prolivsiuu lor lhe nt er Ave and
rrK-iu'eaiX'ail-linlKilluiii. shsih" " " -
nets, nielli lufse by ilnulli pimpie ou
line lot inauhiHid can iMiliely I tuittd
lilies waiitiiirt the most dt-lirale attention, van
or write. I leanl home lr iiaiieiHi. a i'
fur the million. Xlarrmife Cunle, wiucn leu
you all als.ul these disease who ibouW many
wnv not l'J cents to pay ini'iaer. .
has 'Hi rooms and rhr ou e uo ouc but
the diM'Uir oilicc hours. a in. b J V ,""
davs, M to li. All luilneii strictly eonaden
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betwassa Waahinetoa xmd CoiauarelaJ
Ayanaas, adjoin Lnf Hanny'a.
KEEPS for sale the beet Bee, Pork, atutun
Veal. Lamb. bauaare, m . aad ia lra
pr4 u serre (au'd'e ia aa sswavtaula ana wt