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Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots,
exchange (or St. lioula proert.
The south halt of the Pilot" house at
(iood two story brick atoro room on
Commercial avenue between Kleventh
Dwelling, corner T went ydnurth and
. Flrat floor of brick dwelling eorner
Mneteiatli and i'(plar streets.
Cottage on Fourteenth stru t, west
of Washington avenue, $ 1 1
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Kiilitceiith street and Commercial
iveniic, at a bargain.
Cotta-rc on Twelfth utreet. went 1
Jnninterclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on (,'rosa t-treet, wes
of JVa-Jiiiij'tou avenue.
Two business hoiicc. each on Levee
street, above Kij-hth,
A jfood cottage on Twenty-Ninth
near Commercial avenue.
. . "win on Comniereiul avenue,
next to Wnverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
street, $. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling houe on Walnut, le
tween Twenty-second and Twciity-tli'rd
Storo-room comer Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above,
House on Comniereiul avenue, near
1'Jth street. Suitable fur business and
J welling, $15.
Tenement numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's liow, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will lie put in flrgt-cluM
I 'welling house on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. J'cnl iow, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Koouis In various part ol the city.
FOU LK ASK OK SAI.K.
Lands In tracU to suit, near Cairo.
Vo tlic MonBUtlii of "olortl
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
AtchUon and Kansaa City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, I el Norte, Trinidad. Santa
Ie and all points in Colorado. New
.Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tl kets to I Je nver, only allow lug
stop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring
.tianiioii ana 1'iKe s Teak. 1ay etui
grant rates to tlie San Juan mines.
I'ullniiin Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri liiver and Kocky Moun
tains, without change, (.'lose connec
tions made at Pueblo wlili trains for
in Denver and Northern Colorado.
"!'. For maps, time tables and the "San
liw iuaa (luide.'' address.
T. J. Anhkrhix.
Vn. Fat. Aql..
-1 f Tui-ika, Ktv
A Sit. I Laundry .
It i- now eot)c.-.t.d that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth f-trcct, be
twecn Washington and Couimsrcial avc!
nues, has one of the best conducted Iaun
dry establishments in Uie ally, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
tind it to their advantage to call upon
iier. Her prices ate as follows: Hotel
and lM.ardir.g-houso washing "3 cents
per doen. For piece work prii-es are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 1.V; ir
.lozen, MM? ; sms, .V; two collars. Re
i i ii.iu.mcii men, .jc ; ve-ts, 2"c; and
all gentlemen's wear, n-. ju t dozen
j.auH-s piain calico flre, 2.V calico
drcsM S with extra riuimiiign.rsM-; white
dressen, $1 ; ; laflies' underware, tine
' eoare.Jljijo pi-r doz.-n. 1-2.1-ti.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three rooms and Summer kIl hen;nlo
two rooms on saunt street. Apply at
iM ltallouse, Cairo. C-'J-tf.
J. OKORiiK STlllMIOI SK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Hank, is the place to get a
fashionable balr cut or a smooth shave,
or anything eke in the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Leather and t'iudluaa.
At the tore room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. IK), helow Sixth
street, may be found a full ussortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots ' and
shoes. He also keeps on band a good as
sortment of boots, fchoes, etc., of his
own make. Boots and shoes made to
order of lirst-class material and satisfac
tion guaranteed. 0-2 Hf
Ulan Fruit Jura.
All kinds of (ilas Fruit Jars and extra
Rubbers tor Fruit Jars. Also new and
old Styles Jelley Glasses to be had cheap
at (S-l-3t) D. Hahtmax's
Lvon'3 KaI'H aiuox make beauiiiu
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray, it has stood the
test of 40 y cars. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norival. 3-lU-ihl wly
The thin of Y. V. Axley & Co. is this
day diaolved by mutual e.ouent
VM KKKXCtl AX LEY,
C1IAH. s, UKCAY.
Cairo, Lis., July olst, l;To.
The undersigned will continue the auc
tion and commission business at the sttud
lately m cupied by W.F. Axley & Co.. ami
would solicit a share of puniic patronae.
CUAis. ti. JiJCLAY.
Cairo Ills. July 31t 1,-70.
FHiv cents, at Winter' Callerv.
n "Weekly Dullellu,"
l.iS peryer, postage prepaid, lo any address
HEST AND CHEAPEST
l'lr puhlished in Southern Illinois.
We tin nutliorlr.ed to announce .OIV II.
RoHlNMlN aa a nniliiln'i- fur MienlTof Als
andcr county, at the roiiiitij comity election.
We arc author iH toannoiinr that U- A. K4
nimidaon In an lalind. nt Kcpii I1 loan candi
dal lor shenff, at Uie en u In ft eountv election.
We are authorise! to an noa nrr T KT E R s A UP,
for an Independent nindldate for Shot-nr of Al
exander comity, at the cuMiing county election.
HATF.S) or ADVI.RIINI.i.
I J All bill for advertiainR, are ilue and pay
alile ik aovapm a
Transient advertising; will be Inserti-d at the
rate of tl ) per aquare for the first Insertion
and 6" cent for each aub-erjuent one A liberal
01 -count will lie made on ahuiiling anil diapl
ad vert icemen ta
For insertin-; Funeral notice tl 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or aecret orders ft) cent fur
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertiaemenU
No advertisement will be received at ler, than
60 cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
fur less than three dollars tier month
Local Bualneaa Notices, of
ten lines or more, Inserted
In the Bulletin aa follows ;
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One Insertion per Una ft Cents
Two Insertions per 11ns . 7 Cents
Three Insertions per line 10 Ceuts
Six Insertions per line - 16 Cents
Two weeks per line --. 26 Cents
One month per line 86 Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
VTrjv ASCAI.OX I.ODUE, NO. 51.
He k Kniriits ol Pythias, iiiwts every Fri-
j dav n.lit at hijf-fai-t seven, in Md-
(,ljinr.l(ir ( oiuiiisinlfr.
At.KXAMlKB lHGE, NO tU.
lndepm'lent OpUt of Odd-Fellows,
him-Iji every ihursdav niifht
at lutll'-lmot nevt n. in Ihrir hull nn
iimn-i'iuil u venue, klwwo sixth Mercuth
;ha Uut. . g
UMIO KSCAMI'MENT, I. O. O. F.. tiiee's
, .An iMd-Fellows' Hall on the fintt and third
i in-e'! in every luoritti, ut half-pabt seven
Ino II OoS-ait, (. I'
JK, ll.il.tr. KUl:
CAtliOl.ODOK. NO. 237. A. r. 4 A. it.
Kulur communications ui M-
roruer Comnier' iKl avenue
iilhth slreet. on the scumd unil
i.r'li Monduv of earn month.
WKDNESOAV. AL'GCST 2. lTC.
I A) en I Heather Report.
7 a m.
WtsD. I Vel.
to .".'l I
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Sergeant, feiKDal ervi-e. I', h. A.
Mr. W. P. Halliday and family, left lor
Chicago jester Jay afternoon.
Mr. R. WilNhire of Chester, Sheriff of
liandolph county, and wife were n gi
tered at the St. Charles yesterday.
I It la
-nr. waiter nvfloo. RSsirtant cashier
of the City National bank, returned from
the centennial on Monday night.
lxt every Democrat and oihcr friends
ofrefirm attend the grand ratification
to take place at Joncsboro to-morrow.
The fare lor the round trip to the grand
loililicatlon and senatorial convention, to
come oITat Joncsboro to-morrow i only
i iic c.h wa.s overrun wun the jirom
iM ... . ...
n nt Dcmwralic jioliticuins of Southern
Illinois yesterday, who came to attend
W e are glad to learn that .Mr. Nick
Cantrell, who has been suffering for ihe
past week or more from a severe attack
of put uuionia, is getting much belter.
Among the callers at the Bru.E iTX of
fice yesterday were Messrs. Kroh.O Cul
lahan, John lnscore. Mr. Morgan and
Col. Townes, all of I'nion count v.
Wanted, at the St. Charles hotel a llrst-
class barber. ( )nc w ho cin devote a small
portion ot his time to his legitimate busi
ness preferred. n
Mr. Charles (ialighcr ha recent! v
made extensive changes and improve,
mentsinhis olliceutllie mill. Mr. Frank
Galighernow does the honors h.-lilii.!
the de.-k as cascier.
Auotlicr excursion party,' uuniberins
about twenty couples, through the hos
pitality of Major Halliday, enjoyed a
most delightlul trip on the siiendid
yacht Ariadne lastjevening.
.Sunday, July 30lh. a ladies' reversa-
ble worsted fcliawl, was lost on tho road
between Mound City and Cairo, or in
airo. The finder will be liberally re
warded by leaving it nt the Iit Li.ETix
office 8-2-1 w
On the second page of this morning's
Di i.i.i:ti.v we publish an article with
reference to the Illinois Central railroad
trouble, and have reason to believe it
contaius a true statement ol the tacts in
About titty of the delegates who came
to attend the congressional convention
yesterday, besides a number o proud
nent gentlemen who were here as lookers
on, on au invitation from Capt. W. p.
and Maj. Ed. Halliday, totk an excur
sion to Mound : 'ity and return on the
bteam yacht ArLidini' yesterday morn
ing. The ladies of tho Episcopal Church
will give a sociable at the residence
ot Mrs. John II. Oberly, on to-morrow
eveidug, to which a cordial Invitation is
extended to all. A plcasaut time is an
ticipated, and It Is the desire of Mr. and
Mrs. Oberly, and also of tho ladies of the
church, that all their irlcuds and acquain
tances honor them with their pit-si nce.
Having assumed control of the Plan
ter House barber parlors, I am now tdile
to devote the greater portion of my time
to my legitimate business, without he Ing
called upon to attend to dinning room
work, etc. . My rootrls are ftcutly and
comfortably furnished wttiV; the lft barV
ber Implements In the way ol chairs, etc.,
and my stock of oils, head washes and
perfumes are the finest to be procured.
I am at my post at all hours, and will be
pleased to attend to tho wants ol all my
friends and acquaintances. '
30-tf F.nwATio Hkaxton.
Among tlic arrivals at the Planters
yeatcrday, were .1. T. lnscore, Anna ;
W.S. Gregg, Tiptonvllle; W. W. Ifciyt,
Vieniia ; J. W K in dull, Anua ; Chailcs
A. Avery, Canton, Mis. ; John Tony. St.
Louis; W. M. Itrown, Anna; John K.
liaiton, llarrit-bnrg ; .1. It. Coovtr,
Anna; Con O'Callahan, Anna ; W. C.
Wareland, .fonesloro ; I. W. Kassakr r,
Joneshoro; Thomas McDermott, Anna;
M. V. Eaves, Anna; Allen 1. Norman,
('arbondalc; Win. A. Scharwtz, Elk"
ville; O. P. Hill, Cnlden ; P. II. Kroh,
Anna ; F. M. Oill, EvansvIHe.
Let every Democrat In Cairo attend
the senatorial convent inn to be held at
Joncsboro to-morrow. The 'airo dele
gation will go up by a special train, to
leave the St. Charles Jlotel at seven
o'clock. The fare lor the round trip is
one dollar. A brans band will accom
pany the delegation. In the mor.iing
there will be a ratification and pole rais
ing in the public ifjnnro of .lonej-boro.
Hons, .tosh Allen, ol Carbondale. and
Hon. John II. Oborlv. of this eitv. w ill
address th people, and a regular old -
time Democratic jollification Is antic!
Yesterday morning, Capt. W. P. Hal
liday extended an invitation to the dele
gates to the congressional convention to
take a run on the steam yacht "Ariadne'
to -uounu city, i no invitation was ac
cepted and the delegates enjoyed a d
llghtful excursion up the river. A meeting
was organized on boarJ, the Hon. Geo
W. Wall, of Dn yuoin, was called to the
chair, and on motion ol Judge Crawford
of Union County, the following rcsoln
tion was passed :
Iimolr'.d, That the thanks of the dele
gates lo the democratic convention of
the Eighteenth congressional district are
due and are hereby tendered to Hallidav
Uros. for the agreenble excursion on the
steam yacht 'Ariadna" enjoyed bv tho
delegates through their kindness.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles,
were, .(). Nonson.St. Louis; J. C. Bonn
do.; G. r.. Winnie, do.; J. .1. Perkins, do.
11. II. Bennett, do.; W.L. Uradly, do.;
J. B. Rosier, do.; B. McFarland. do.: II
C. Wilks. do,; Judge Crawford, Homer
II. Bouton. A. Polk Jones, George
Barringer, Wm. S. Honners, Wm. E.
Lentzy, Joncsboro ; B. Wiltshire and
wife, Chester; John F. McBride, do.;
.Samuel Morrison, do,; W. M. Brown,
Anna; J. J. Spillman, Mississippi; E.
J. Witter, do; George W.Corlis, Mctrop.
olij; George G. Hughes, New Orleans;
Edward G. Ilobison, Anna; J. B. Ma.
ham. Murphysboro; Edwin M. Hawkins,
arbondale ; G. B. Rushers, Pinkncy
ville; Thomas Boyd, do.; James Irwin,
Coultertillc; John Snyder, Du Quoin;
Mrs. M. S, Wakefield, Skipless Landing,
Miss.; George W. Wall. Du Quoin ; John
The lricnds ot Tilden and Hendricks
in the neighborhood of Joncsboro are
preparing for a grand celebration, to
take place In that ciiy on Thursday. A
mammoth pole will be raised in the pub
lic ffjuare, speeches made by the Hon.
Josh Allen, Hon.; John II. Oberly and
others, and a rousing demonstration is
anticipated. The supporters of Tilden
and Hendricks and everybody who de
sires reform in the conduct of our na
tional ailairs, and an honest administra
tion of the government by the people
and for the people, are cordially
invited to be present and participate,
i he Democratic senatorial convention of
the Fiftieth district will also Uike place
in Masonic hall. In Joncsboro at two
o'clock, p. m., on that day, for the pur
pose of nominating one candidate for
the state senate, and two candidates lor
members of the house of representatives.
The basis ot representation is one dele
gate from each county for every one
hundred votes, and one delegate lor
a fraction over fifty votes cast for the
Hon. William llartell, for member
of congress in 171. On this
basis Alexander county Is en
titled to nine delegates, Jackson
comity to sixteen and I'nion county lo
sixteen delegates. A special train will
leave the St. Charles Hotel on the nar
row gauge road on Thursday morning
at seven o'clock, to convey the Alexan
der delegation to Joncsboro. The del
egation will bo accompanied by a brass
band and a large number ot citizens.
I lie fare for the round trip will be one
dollar. The train will return at half af
ter four in the afternoon.
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 goods at
retail or in jobbing lots will consult
their interest by purchasing now.
1 will receive bids for cither stock of
goods In bulk" at any lime.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale ol books and station
ery pcrtaiulng to the estate of W, B.
Rockwell & Co., and the slock of mu
sical goods bt longing to the estate ot C
Rohbius & Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
and contit ue the same from djy to day
until these entire stocks are dispos
Such au opportunity was never before
oflered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. GtonuK FisutH, Assignee,
Of W, II. Koakwell, bankrupt, and C.
lobbius Co., bankrupts.
aiko, July 21st, 170. 7-22-tt
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. Tho .bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and Ihe finest
brands of cigars.
J-25-tf, . A. Kraus. Proprietor. U
Aeniblina- or I lie t.lK
I lie F.lKllleeiltli Inn.
Krelonnl HUlrlrt llemoernt r
Harmon? and Good Will, with a Futd
Determination to Win, Manifest
oo all Sides.
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nit." Karizki.l NoviisrATro
Oliirr f. Illll of I iilnn loniil)
. netnher ef Sllnte Hoard at
Letter fiom Mr. Hartiell Beiolutiont. Etc.
'J'he iK'tuocratic congres-ional couven.
tion for the Eighteenth district assem
bled In the court bouse in this city yes
Representatives were pret-ent from Al
exander. .101108011, .lackson, Pulaski,
Perry, Massac, 1'nlon, Pandolph, and
tv uuamson couiuies. I'ope county was
At half past one o'clock, nearlv all the
delegates having arrived, Judge F. Rros,
chairman of the congressional district
1 committee, called the convention to order,
and nominated Hon. G. S . Wall, of
Perry county, for temporary chairman.
Mr. Wall was eleeted by a unanimous
vote, and on taking the chair, thanked
the convent ion ; and stated as it was the
desire of many of the delegates to get
through with the work of the conven
tion as early as pniMe that they might
return to their homes by the evening
trains, he would not delay the progress
of business by making a -peceh. but
would proceed to business at once.
On motion of T. F. Bouton' ot the
Joncsboro OaztUt, on. O'Callahan. ut
Union counts-, was chosen temporary
AITUIXTMEVI' OF COMMlriKKS.
A motion was theu made that the secre
tary call the roll of the counties, and the
chairman of each county delegation name
one member for each of the following
committees : on credentials, on perma
nent organization, and on resolutions.
The roll was so called, and the follow
'ng named tretitlerieu were named for the
several committees :
OX ITRMASEvT OIHiAMA I ION:
Alexander Louis Herbert.
Johnson W. r. Boyt,
Jackson E. M. Hawkins
Pulaski Frank Lyerly.
Perry Thos. Boyd,
Randolph Samuel Marsh.
Williamson R. M. Hundley.
Union Jehu Cover,
OX CREDENTIALS :
Alexander II. Houpt,
Johnson W. W. Boyt,
Jackson W. A. Schwartz,
.Massac G. W. Corlis,
Pula-ki A. C. Bartleson,
Perry Jas. Erwin,
Randolph S. P. Macr.
Williamson W. E. Wiley.
Union W. S. Hanners.
OX RKSOLfTIOVS :
Alexander Win. O't allahan.
Jackson A. D. Norman,
Pulaski II. T. Corlis,
Perry John Snyder,
Randolph W Wiltcher.
Williamson R. W. Hundley,
Union J. W, Randall,
SI KEC'H l'ROM MR. KKOII.
The committees having retired to delib
erate, Judge Bross. of Alexander, moved
that Mr. Kroh of Union county he in
vited to address the convention. Mr.
Kroh took the stand and made a forcible
and eloquent address of fifteen minute's
duration, in which he pointed out the
shortcomings and corruption of the Re
publican party, and give numerous
reasons why the Republican party should
be hurled from power. Mr. Kroh was
frequently Interrupted by cppleause.
At the conclusion of Mr. Kroh's re
marks, the convention on
reported as follows :
For Chairman G. W. Wall ot Perry
Vice-Presidents T. F. Bouton ot
Union, and Judge F. Bross ot Cairo.
For Secretaries Con. O'Callahan of
Union, and II. T. Carter of Mound City.
'The report ol tho committee was
adopted, and the committee discharged.
Mr. Wall again thanked tho convention,
but declined to go into anything like a
discussion of the issues now before the
country, and the conventional once pro
ceeded to work.
THE t.'OMMlTTKK OX 1TIEDKXTI ALS
reported the counties entitled to represen
tatlou as follows :
The report was adopted and the com
initiee discharged. The committee on
RK.SOI l' I IOXS
reported as follows :
Jteto'eeJ, That we. tho Democracy ol
the Eighteenth coiigre:dooal district, in
convention assembled, hereby re-ilhrtn
our devotion lo the principles of the
great Democratic party, and heartily en
dorse thu platforms adopted by our -national
and state conventions; ud w
hereby pledge our earnest and undivided
support to the national and state tickets.
Retolottt, That we, the delegates to
the Eighteenth congressionul district
iM'tnocratio convention do hereby bear
witness to tbo laiihlul services of Hon.
Win. Hartzell, nieuioer of congress lroiu
tho Eighteenth congressional district;
that it is with pleasure we note hit noblu
action, recorded by his joto on all im
portant measures" coining before con
gress, especlally.his voto on the resnmp-
tlmi Kill, ua 1... return nntfliMllv in1.i.u.
prove our fealty to our nnblc and faith
The resolutions were adopted amid
Judge Brosa offered tho following,
which was adopted :
fietulved. That the delegates present
from counties not fully represented, he
and are hereby authorized to cast tho
full vote of their county.
The chair Mated that all other business
having been disposed of, nominations
would be in order.
T. F. Routou, of theJonesboro (JautU,
moved that the Hon. Wm. 1 turned
be nominated by acclamation as the can
didatn of tho Ifcmocracy of the Eigh.
tcenth congressional district for member
of the national house ol reiiresenfu.
lives. The motion was seconded.
'The chair put the motion, which was
carried without a dissenting voice,
and theu the convention gave three rous
I.ETTI.II FROM Mil. IIAIUKU..
Judge Bross, chairman of the congres
sional district committee, handed the fol
lowing letter to the secretary, with the
request that It be read. The secretary
read as follows :
Hot s: or Rh-ki.si vtativis, Wash
ington. D.C., July 27th, 1S75 "..
IlroHM, thub-itian of Iht Demoernt ie ('
grevtvinat Uvmmittrr, Cairu, IlUit,UMy
Dear Friend : 1 1 would aflord lite sincere
pleasure lb be present at the convention
which meets in your city next Tuesday,
but public duties here render it imper
ative that I should remain at my p;t or
duty. Every expedient that legislative
machinery tolerates is being cxliau-ted
by the Republican senate, and the Rt-
publican minority ot the house to force
the Democrats to recede from the
economic policy inaugurated hv the !
propriation committee, and sustained bv
the Democratic, and reform majority cf
the house ; and althongh thry t nibrace
free action lor the public welfare, nnd
force some increase over the House
financial budget, it is the determination
of all to stand at the helm, and liht
every encroachment ot the Senate and
the Hoite minority against the treasury.
j.ct me. in conclusion reiterate, that 1
would like to be with vou nt the assem
bling of our convention, but from my
knowledge of the gentlemen who will
conipo-e it. 1 could add nothing to Ihe
wisdom ot its action.
I remain your obedient servant.
MEMHKR STAT K HOARD OF KolAl.lA I IOX.
The Chair stated that the nomimtion
of a candidate for member of the State-
Board of Equalization was next in ord'-r,
Judge Bross nominated J'lios. Wilson
W. W. Brown of Joncsboro nominated
O. p. Hill of Union county.
A Perry county delegate nominated
James Erwin, of Perry.
R. W. Hundly nominated W. E. Wi
ley, of Williamson county.
Geo. W. Corlis nominated Judge Fot,
of Pope count j.
T. F. Bouton moved that the first
ballot bean informal one. Carried. An
inforuul ballot was then taken, with the
Wilson a t votes
A formal ballot was then taken with
the following result, Foot and W'ilev re
ceiving no votes :
Wilson 12 votes.
Mr. Oliver P. Illll ot Union county
having received." a majority f all the
votes cast, was declared nominated ; nnd
on motion of R. M. Hundley, Mr. Hill's
nomination was made unanimous.
COXoRKSSIOXAL UlSIIllCl COMMUTE:.
A new congressional district committee
was then selected as follows, each county
being entitled to one member:
Alexander John II. Oberly, Cairo;
Jackson A. D. Norman, Carbondale:
Johnson .1. M. C. Damron. Vienna,
Massac G. W. Cords, Metropolis,
Pulaski H. T. arter, Mound City,
Perry E. B. Rushing, Piekneyville,
Randolph.!. T. McBride, Chester.
Williamson R. M. Allen, Marion.
Union A. P. Jones, Joncsboro,
Vope Mason C Bird, Goleonda,
A vote of thanks was then tendered,
the officers of the convention, after which
the convention adjourned oi die.
A meeting of the newly appointed com-1
roittee was held directly alter the ad
journment of the convention lor the pur
pose of organization. John 11. Oberly
was elected chairman, and A. Polk
Jones, of Joncsboro, Secretary, uftor
which the committee adjourned.
Waii DarAiiTuai-T. Kitkh UreoT,
July .11 IdT'i 1
Alio v a 1
STATION. LOW WATKR.i CIIANOK.
rr, is, j it. J is.
C'air - '-" i. I 1
fitUburK I '' M
Naah villi- 1' -I H
St. lyoma ... HI II 7
Kvan.villt I -0
Memplna 1 ' a 10
Vu-ksliiu-K I '-' 7
New Orleans I 1
IW-biW liijth w.iUJof li-TI.
Sci'jfralit, Shiuul Service, I'. S. A.
Stcaiucr dunies FI.-U, raducidi.
Nail City, b&rjjes, St. iAtui-.
' tiov. Allen, Ilickmnn.
Ste. Cicncviijve, Vicksburir-
" Uce audlmr'-Cr, St. I.ouh.
K, A. U'oodruir, Ohio river.
' .' Idlcwtld. Kvansvillc.
1.1,. .... .
in r a ii 1 i:r.
S.'fcuicr James Fik. IVdncili..
NaiH ily, InirjfeK, Ciiieinnittl.
Uov. Alleu, SU Loui-.
Jce and barges, New Oru-aua.
K. A. Woodruff, Ohio river.
Tin Charles Morgan blew tho hot
toiu out ol one ol lici cylinder while lyluff
at Vlckiliur- the other day, and In coin
Ing "P tlie river on one wheel, full o'
people. She will probably lay up here
on urrlval. .
,Tho.gtugi!it evening marked 20 feet
0 Inches, there being a full of 1 Ini hes In
the pat 21 hours. Business on the h vec
Is quiet. The weather continues quite
The Sic. Genevieve pa.-s(..j Up with a
good trip. '
The E. A. Woodruff, a United St it, s
snagboat. wa3 here yesterday. She
went back from whence she earn", up the
The Idlewild made an extra trip from
Evatisvlllc yesterday. She remained but
a short time, and turned her head home
ward. Tho Bee and barges filled out here
ye'terday.nud departed fnrNewiliIeans.
The Gov. Allen passed tip from
Hickman for St. Louis.
The Nail City has a tow of iron ore,
for the upper Ohio, .she goes ns far us
Cincinnati Willi it.
srt; I tt. voi ki n.
The latest. K rent em. tt,l r lialile
remedy ever pur t.'L'i llicr hy lu.-linil m ienee,
r.ir Kheu-ealisin. Vi nmi.U, aellinBs, Hmn,
I uke.1 lln-Hst, A- , H the Centaur I.inini. lit.
I here are two kinds hut Ihe v hite Liniment
is ,.r Hit human family, ih- YelMw entaur
l.inlment in f.ir spavined. Inuie nnd Urai. e l
hill-Ken urnl animal.-. nmv J - 1 .
4 liildren C ry for l.'imrcirLi. Ir i a
i!'M-ant e take in li y. hii I i- !i1nalui..h
liiirinii -s. is Mire tu exi.i-1 Witrms, cure vvnitl
coin-, reiriilule tlie lion-eM nnd M h, i,nd
evereoin- irritaliihtT eau.sed hv n-h . r i nuiiii;
teeth. It is m. S1ili.itii: t.r a -.tor I 'il,
and for I ostiv.-iie-.i in nunu or ill lher m
noihinj; in exi-tem-e Mieli. cUM. aiel re'.hilile.
4 eiileiiulol i:teni'lo:il,.
J Will, of eourse, wi-ti to ee nil !,(. sliclit-
comrortaldy aud rln :i ly. 'J r. 1 1 1 i end tle
CANADA SOI TiM:i:N IfV COMPANY
lias, ttiroui;li its c nnncclioin in tno Wts
mi l Northwest, placet rut s;iie a lar.'c
liuinberofl'ot kims' : M i l:-ion Tickki
at vreatly reduced rates, ly wideli pas cn
iters can not ouiy vi.-it 1 lie Ccntcr.iiial Kx
liibition ut Philadelphia, Inn can, in addit
ion, vlr.it the inim dpal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of slopping at any ot tlir; ;.'i-..-nt
ini nlier of tiuiioiH rcneit.s in New Y ork
and lViinsyhunia. The CAN AIA .sol' 1 11
LUN is the only line Irom the went running
ilireetly to Niagara Kalis. Kiu.' 1 n
1,'cr'. trom theli-aiii, a woudi-rlul paiiorainiu
iew ot thn MICIITY CATAIIACT,
iioi:si: ?um: kali., the ukkat
KAI'Ih-, and Imdim-them directly at the
lulls. Tho track ol Ihe CAN A1A rrOL' l Jl
LUN is an air line, laid with stotl rail? o
the h:aiei pattern; th-re arc 110 curves
or '.-I'ldos; woud is used for fuel; Coaches
are lurui-hod with the Winciiell Talent
Vcntil-itor, et'siiiii; pu-loel I'r.eiKuii from
dunt. YYi.li its complete, sy ttm of inaciu'f
cent l'AHLoU .SLl.Ki'INV ANI ItlUW
l.'(i UOiiM CAlls from CllK'At.O.
IET1; 'IT AND Til.KI0, and its admir
aide connections at M AOAIt A KAI.I.S
AND l'.CKKALO with tho NKV YOlfK
CENTRAL AMI KKIli UAiLVAV. the
Canada Southern is fast lecoiuiic' t!ie
FA V OKI I K I.I N K TO THE EAsT. Ttckeln
via this pojiular line cau he procured ft al
ollices of onnectinj,' lines, or at the 10111
Any information em ho nhtaincd hv ail..
dresMtia KKANK E. SNOW.
Gen'l Tans, und i'ioket Aif't. DaTRoir.
K, F. Kiiulii-I'H Hitter VIim-of Iron
low never been k"ovD to tail iu the ctiro of
iL-akneii, Httenueii wun symj torn.- ; ludis-po-ition
to exertion. lo;..s of memory, dilli
eulty of breathing, Ketieral wi'aliiit ss,"l.oi ri'r
of ilitasi-, Wtfak. nervous trviublin, iln aii
ful hnirorof ticalli, ntht sweats, col 1 teet.
w euKnesn, oinnicss 01 vimun, l..n,u'uor, uni
versal lu.sritudu ot the inusiMiiur (.y.tini,
CDonuoiis pctiti) with dys; cplic symp.
foms, hot liandit, llabhiiii.' (ii'tlia l.o ly, drv
ness of the skin, pallid counlenie c4 atid
eruptions) on tho f;ice, pnrilynu' the blond,
pniu in the bil k, heaviness ot the eyelids
lrcipii nt black (.pots Ih ini- before tho '
wi'.h touipjiary milli-ion and lo-s o! si'lit,
wunt ol KUeii'i.11, tt.-. 'i'he-e s) mptoiin.
all ariso from a weakness, nnd to remedy
Unit, use i:. V. Kuukel'a liilti r ine of
Iron. It never (ails, 'a'hou.sands hio now
enjoying heallh who li.ie Used it. fake
only K. F. KuiikiTi1.
ht-waro of counlel fcin and bas iniila
tuilis As liunkt-r bitter 1 tie of lion is
hi well known all over the country, dru
Kl"t tlienisclvcs make au imitation a.i I try
lo 'til it oa to their custnucrs. when the
tall for Kunkel's U:ttcr Wine of iron.
Kunke.'s Hitter W 1110 of Iron is nut un
only in fl tiottlcs, and has- a yellow rapper
nh uly put oil the ou-sido ' with thu pro
prietor a photograph on th wrapper ol
cm ill l.of'lr. Alwava look f.ir tlm nln.li..
f:rap!i on ihe outside, and yon will always
in uro to jjet the eenuinp. ' ne ilollar pel
bottle, or six furfi. sou by ilrtuirim and
t ruler everywhere,
ALL WORMS ItKMOVKD A LIVE.
H. 1 Hunker Worm Svrnn never faiU
todcu'rov Pin Scat and stonuu-h Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only triicceshlul pli.-ician
who reiuovia 'fane Worm ia two hours
n'ive, with head, ami 110 feu until remove. I,
(.'oninion n-nse teacliea that il I'apu Worm
be ttinoved, all other worms tan be readii v
dc.troved. Send lor circular to )r. Ivi.n.
kcl, No. 2 North Ninth street, i'hilidel
jiliia, l'a., or call on your druj.",'isi and 11-k
lor a bottle or lumktis worm Svrup.
Price. frl.OO. It never tails.
How t'o Mufcr Money.
Wu will fcUlu tint the surest, lu-st and
speediest wy to "multiply and inc eae-'
i to tall at No. li Wud strict. New Voik,
and consult wiih Alex Froth. ni:haiu ,V Co.
Xhaso gentlemen, who Lave lonif becu
iduiilitiud with the lii-tory und ulfairs o
M'ull mreet. are unusually skilled iu iiiuue.
Iai nlfjirs, uud iu everyuiiiitf apnerl ii'ii'iiif
to sjieculalion, are uucxcclicd for abilil
and piolicieucy. It tuav ubo be paid that
ol tho many Linkers in that city they are
not only the most 1.0,. 11 .ir, but also thu
most Mi.-cesstul, best iiaironii d, nnd most
widely known in or near tin- lciniiy of
Aiuou llui eu-toincr- ot the bouse of
Alex Frothinhain A Co , are soniu 01 our
lead' ir,' an. I reprcscutativu titicus, wbo
aid mainly indebted to Ihe labors of this
lirm lor niiicU of lite Ueullli IUi ) uoiv enjoy.
iKiriu- the Itiiif and kiiccL-sful evper
icncu ot Mi Al. a, Ki.'ibinliaiu .V Co.,
ill tuiacily llicy hat teamed lur IIhm.s, l,( s
au eniai'lu repi.tatioa for honesty, nil.
r.ty an I laith, and ei.ji.v u business iiluiot
coIom-hI iu i'.a pi'opoi Hoi's. In fact, ibo
anioiiut of business djlic by tliiri hoiic 111
tlic ton ie ol a, year In something wonder-1
fill, anu olleu (jinn tlm subject of cin-iin-iil.
It needi but a visit to their paciuu
oiliccs iu Wall s'.rcct to prove: the truth uf
the above l .-.tf me 11 1 .
How I hey inatiiie to convi-it jlO to f-jn,
tfl) to M, into "si, and hj on, is a
Mferet which they uloue c iu t.vplaiu; but
that they mccoed In doii: to ia a tact t o
well kiiouu tj admit of doubt II veil
uoil'd sjlc'j and Jl'oIiU:ily inirst iur
liioucy, Uo not hes.ii.ito to livor tbi.s i i in ,
with jourea.-h aud toiili Jt-uce. i hatry -o
.)iimou widrtap an abntl l.int row aid,
lh- epui'it li -e id Uiullsaii N ol Our best
c'tli i altcsl. Tho llecchsity ot tjk tej
li a course iu these times uf t-tllerina;
liauka and liiiancinl btriin.-ency must be ap-
( arenl to the nio.t imlillcicut Hi 4 eiuulcs
Alci- Alex. Frotliin.i.rham .V Co., are
prepared to itiv eat uiouey to any uiuouiit iu
the heat o.-iuil'ts, und in every lrauac
lion iu which they may bo niaed guar
antee tn'irH aati.laolloo tothosc who lienor
Iheiil with thtir patronage.
I' IT" Send for tueir KxpUoatory circular
aud Weekly Ueports, wliich they mail lr
to all who desire, tbrui. om A'. '
trvpvli, Ajtil IU, ISTtl. T-lS-tvU-W
The UctttTi-i rrlntlM
M,i'ii!'ninen muRea . a
-rerialty of mil IIads.
Note Heads, letter Ifenila,
KlC took at these tvrirea .
Sinnll i.e I. ill head, iier ll U.. irj
Milium -ue bill head, jier Uwmaaml... S 73
All on fourteen pound p-iwr, Carlisle mills
rued tWl, ccuu per pound hiKher tlinn pa-ier
V "'"' ''' njrjither oulee-rull to order at the
i'iilNemrn,rrTlhinnniPM " 'ni.raiin
tatenienta. farly-le, per Hm .. a in
Utu-r llele, flrlysle, per loon "' 4 Z
Not.. Ilu, ( arlvslr, p..r Hk . I Z,
Visitinitrards pefimrkane """ ' ., '
""Jr'"lij;;:i''''. No- H'ly lirlnirwii; " '
lhisine--eJ1r.-."Vo"TViV!;kV'peT"l'i(iri a m
y.u.rt4r-heet, hlf !ieet. full-h.t nnrl three.
l'n"r' r"iun'1 Work blow
V-T"''-'1"' B""k V''"rrt Pri" Liata maile
Corner Eighth Street and
Will spread a Grand Lunch
every morning, and at night he
will dish you all out a plato of
No. I Centennial Soun. and rII
y " - -
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.
7 l!i:i:K.s Tlinm.-i Sullivan, hv his certain
srile murium,'!-, ilulv exeeutisl, ililivereil
snd rectileil. in the rernrder'rxillieei.r Alexan
der coiuiiv, mmip ,,f liiiiiois, in Urn. k '.,"
aire did cinvev to the nn.ler-if ned Nnae
Mulder, (n-tiieh fuld morlKHi-e Im-jus dale tlie
lir-t (l-tl dnr of Nfivemtier, A.fl., 1 -;.".), the
..ll..v. imr ic ril.ed real e-tale, Iviiin und lu
lus' 111 llieciiyi.r t iro, eiiiintv ill' Alexander,
nnd Mam el' llliniius, in.wit; !t iiuiuWred
tlnny-eiflit ( ih), in l.h.ck min.ltred Ofiy-tma-(
) , tu M-ciire the payment of lii.s certain prom,
i.-iri.ry iieie M-Hrinjr een dale with Kui.liin.rt
pw. t'.ir itie-nin of nixtv i-i-Hnj di.liais, wiili
interest ut Hie rnteef teii per rent ptr milium
tmin date, until paid. And whi reus, the mid
lliidiius Millivnn having int:rle dciiiult in the
pa incut uf Ihe iiim.ey mi secured In lie paid an
uli.n-.nid; now. Iliet'nrv, 1, the uinlciniL'ned
mortairee nfore-aid. under and Virtue ofthe
linn tt::i.! nl.reaid, hen hv (live notice that I
will, 011 .-atiinlay, the 1 'Unlay ol AiitftiM. nt
I lie hour nt -J o'clock, p, m ,A l.. NT'S, ed nt
public vendue to the highest bidder fur cash,
ut the front Joor or the court house, in the city
of (airo, cuuntv of Alexander and Mtituof l.li-noi.-i.
the real estate so conveed to nun by Ihe
- i l iii ji lgnsor i'eriiis of sale Cash In hand.
13AC WAf.liKK, Moritraftw
Cmuvi HI -. ,t.r!v l"th, i:ri 7d'-dnt
NIierifT , Wnlr.
l'y irtue or an execution to inc directt d
by the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the S'ntc of Minn's, in
favor of liernard McWantii asd against
.lames , Kiy, I have levied upon tho tol
1 .win- described propmty, in First Addit
ion to lh". City of Cairo, in the County ot
Alexander and State of Illinoic, to-wit -.
All of the riuht. Vlo nnd Interest of aaid
-Limes A. Fry in nnd to lot numbr red thir
teen if"! tn blook numbered forty-scTcii (47)
whieli f ahnll oiler at pjbllc sale a? the
South west i0or ol the Court House in the
City ot Cairo, in the Countv of Alexander
and M ite ot fllinol,, on the tilth d.iv of Oo
tober, A. L., s70, at the hour of eleven
o'clock. A. M., foreiisli, tl satisfy latd ex
ecution. Ai.kx. II inyiT,
Sberilf of Alexander County, lllinoi.
Cairo. IM...1.itv V. IMTK. ,,
J. II. OIU.11LV.
A . w. r. fT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
-A- w. x-srv-rr co oo.,
BIXDEIiS .1X1) BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildln. Oor. Twelfth Sticot
and Washin-rlon Avuu,
mv and TiailroadWnrb a SreciH'.ly
"AIN'T A! OIL.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
lwnyt on band, the celebrated illiiruinatili
Corner lilsventh Street and Waatunti
VI a .li liiM toil
mid I rHuklln
1 bartered by the
rsii.i. ..I Ithn.u.
r. .Vi4 , ":! "r rpre
K AtO'vi'-. Wi-i-' ..v ilnii.ediale reiu f
11 oil .u-sis private, throuic, and uritiarv di
seases iu all llicir toniidicuU-d Is .inn. It ia'well
known lUut lir .laiueo Iiiih tuid at fb bind ol'
Hie pr.iler Kiiiti Uiv Ibepast hi eura Aa and
evpeiieiiceareall-iiiiiioriaut. tt-Mtiiil Mrak.
night l.sca by .luaim pimplea un the
lace loi manhood tan poMiivtly be t-uittst
I jidiea M auling the moot Uelicate attention, call
r w rite, l h wsaiil lu.iiiu lor .alieiiU. A book
l ir Hie inilliou. Marriage l.uidf, which killa
J 011 nil ub.iut tbet-e (Iimm vi bo should marry
l.v 11..1 P ii-iita to pay poMunv. lr Juiuea
bus o i.iuiiis uud parlor 011 m-b uu one but
tin- .Lici .r mbec bonis, 'j a m. to 7 p ni ull
l.i, I lo I-' All ln-iue. atitclly eootldtu
Aao . ' . i
Dealer m Fresh Meat3
Batwn Waahimrtan -utd Command'
A'tswi, -ktUolaUaT Baay'.
TTXW for aaW the hal eef, ri.
A. A. t eal, Lamb,
pra I U -ejv fanilliet lu aa onilaiil BUa -iw