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Real Estate Column
AlPXAiHtawmntjr lamls, ".lro lots,
exclianfe Ibr W. IouM projwrty.
Thf! mmiUi halt of Uie mot" houM at
-lood two atory brick store room on
f 'ommorclal arrnue between Eleventh
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Saloon and fixture, southwest oorn
?r Eighteenth -su-oct and Coiniuercial
i venue, at a bargain.
Cotlagtf on Twelfth street, went ot
'JorumcreluJ avemic, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross street, wc
of Washington avenne.
Two.buslncM houecs on Lovee stn-et,
above Eighth, $20 each.
A Jfood cottage on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
ixt to Waverly lioteU $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
4treet, and II ol brook avenue $6. Good
yard and cittern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 CO.
Store room adjoining above, f.
I'p ctalrs of oue on Commercial av
nue, near 19th street. Huitahle for
business and J welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter! Row, B room each fur $10
ltr month. Will be put in flrst-claM
Orphan Asjlutu building and preini
:" Real low, to a good tenant.
Wore room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms in various parts ot the city.
FOR LKA3E OR SALE.
l,arnl, In tract to wit, near Cairo.
It 1 now oonopded that Mrs. Coleman
the Uandnwn, No. 11 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Comuiarr-Iul avi'J
niieo, has one of the best eondm ted laun
dry efttabUkhmenta iu Uie sity, and land
lord itf hot fin and boarding houses will
t'utd it to llM-ir advantage to call upon
tier. Her price are as follows : Hotel
and boardlng-boiisc washing 75 cent
I-r dozti. For piece work prices are as
follow t Single shirt arid collar, 15c ; it
kzen, 80c ; sock, ; two collar, Sc ;
two haudkerrhMtfrt, &: ; veets, 20c ; ami
all gentlemen's wear, v. r-r dozen.
Indies plain calico dresses, 2V; eiillco
dresses with extra trluraing, 50c; white
Ireasea, $1 'iAc ; litkV uuderware, line
tl roarc. $1 00 per dor.en. 1-24-U.
j. oaonoE fff ixirorsK
on Eighth street, two doors from Akx
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
lahhlonnble h Jr cut or a smooth ."have,
or anything el'se in the barber line. I.a
. dies' and cliildrens' hair cut or drcaMH).
either at the shop or their homes, -fi-2S-tf
At the store room of r. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 90, below Sixth
itreet, may be found a lull aorlnient of
leather and findings ; al-o a large stock
of St. 1a custom made loots nnd
shoes. He also keep on haud a good as
sortment of boots, nhoes, etc., of his
own make. Roots and shoes mndo to
order of first-class material and aUifuc
fion guarauteeiL 0-iMf
UIsm rralt Jra.
All kinds ofOlass Fruit .lrn ami extra
Rubbers lor Fruit Jars. Also new and
old Style Jelley Glasse to be had cheap
:if (8-1-Ht) . I). ILiktman's
lie Im h VMBSalaia r rlAraxia
by the Atchison, Toptka and Santa Fe
Itailroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas it v via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Xortc, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and ail points lit Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $.i0, allowing
Hlop-ort privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring.
Manitou and Tike's IVak. Low emi
grant rates to lite San Juan mines.
l'ullman 1'alace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the "San
Juan (iiiide," address
T. J. Axdkuson,
)Hi. I'll. Agt.,
-tt Toi-kka, Ka.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
vtreet and Washington avenue, is 0eii to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
-2.Vtf A. Krai s, I'rttprietor.
I will contlnuo the sale of books and
stationery and musical goods as hereto
fore at Robbins' Musical Bazar, until
Thursday, July 27ih.
I'arties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or iu jobbing lots will consult
their interest by purchasing now.
1 will receive bids for either htock of
goods In bulk at any lime.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale ol books aud station
ery pertaining to the estate of W. R.
Rockwell & Co., and the block of mu
sical goods belonging to the estate ot C
Robbins A Co., '
AT Pl'BhlC AUCTION',
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire stocks are dixpos.
Such an opportunity was never before
ottered to the people ol Cairo aud vicin
ity. (iROKOK FlSHKK, Assignee,
Of W. R. Rook well, bankrupt, an 1 C.
Robbins ft Co., bankrupts.
At ro, J uly ai st, 17. 7-22-tt
l.vox's Kathaikom makes beautifu
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevcnU Its fall
ing out or turning gray, it has stood the
test of 40 y fan. Is charmugly perfumed
and has norlval. S-10-dAwly
' 1 " IM JJ-J " .
Wf arc authorised to announce JOHN II.
RoHINKON as a can'li'la for Shrril of Alva
ndrrcuuntr. at the cumin county election.
We arc authorised to an novate that R. A Kd
munition la an Independent KeimUloan rjunl l
rtate tor Sheriff, at Uk ra (tains' oouote election.
We are authorised to announce r KTtK SALT,
for an lnleendent candidate for Sheriff of Al
exander oounty, at the ensuing county election.
MATH or ADTEBTIHIBIU.
CTA11 bills for adTcrtiainc, are due and pay
able II ADTARCB
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of tl "0 r njuare for the first iuiwrtioB
and 5" cents for each subsequent on A 1 literal
discount will be made oa standing anddispl
for Inserting Funeral notice 91 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders M cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at lens than
50 cents, and no advertisement will he inserted
for leu than three dollars per month
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No Redaction will b bb4 la abov
ASCALOX LOlMiE, NO. 81.
Knights of Pythias, meets every Fri
day night at halt -pawl seven, in Odd-
'ells' llall Howl.
t lianrellor I mnian'ler.
OAIJCXjaNDKB IXlIMiR, NO K.
Indetmikenl lnler of 0ld-lfrl-low.
ntrrM every Tboraday bight
at hif-t M-ven, in tbeir nail on
oif iui rrlul aremie, vi vrem rillh ai4 Seventh
V!, ;n Lamb. N O
' 1.VIKO KNtAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., meeU
m ixl.l-t llowi' itall on the Brat anl third
in . in every month, at half-pant eeven
J wo H ossaaw, t F
a cAiitoujioe. No.tr.A.r. a. m.
tj- Hold rrrular eummuaications la Ha-
nonir Hall, coraer Commercial avenue
' aml Kiithth strwt, on the aeoond and
'ourtli Momlar vtauit month.
TlllltMlAY. Affit ST 3. KG.
Irmt WMlktr atepara.
Caiao. Iu.., Adk. ', 1C
.Thb. I Wikd. I Vat. I Wat.
do JAiJtS WaTo'iN,
Strgrant, Signal 8errt, 1'. 8. A.
Tlte DemotTats of airo go to Join s-
boro to-lay, healcd by a brass band.
Alderman Tom Halliday has gone to
Green Lake Wisconsin, to Join his family
Au excursion to I'aducah on the fa
vorite u Ariadne M it talked ol by the
Mrs. i apt. Robert K. Riley, accompa
nied by her youngest daughter, Lizzie,
have gone to Alexandria, Missouri, on a
Remember the sociable to be given by
the ladies of the Episcopal church at the
reMdenx of Mrs. John If. Oberlv this
Mr. Charles w. Anderson, ont of the
prominent olllcials o the lamous tireen
Line, was registered at (he Planter yes
Mr. John U. I'hillis, who ha been suf.
lering for some time with a severe attack
of sickness, we are pleased to learn is im
proving. Mrs. Wm. J. and Mies Carrie Morgan,
wite und daughter ol Conductor Wil
liam J. Morgan, of the Illinois Central,
were In the city yesterday.
Mr. John Rocchi, of New Orleans ac
companied by his wife and daughter,
who are on their way to the Centennial,
were registered at the St. Charles yes
terday. Col. McKcalg and Rill Scott will mus
ter the Hayes and Wheeler boys at their
hall to-night. Judge Bird and Col.
Shaffer will address the noble colored
During tno absence ot Alderman Tom
Halliday, who will rusticate at Green
Lake for a couple ot weeks, Mr. W. H.
Morris will act as chairman of (lie Demo
cratic county central committee.
A pleasant time Is assured all who at
tend the Episcopal sociable, this even-
lug. at the residence ot Mrs. John 11.
Utterly. Good music and refreshments
will be the principal leatures of the event.
The Indications are that the senatorial
onveiitiou, to be held at Jonesboro to
day, will be largely attended. It is ex"
pected that Cairo will send up besides
the Alexander county delegation, a biir
crowd ot lookers-on.
Sunday, July 30th, a ladies' reversa-
ble worsted bhawl, was lost on the road
between Mound City aud Cairo, or in
Cairo. The tinder will be liberally re
warded by leaving U at the Bru ltin
ollice 8-2-1 w
Among the arrivals at the Planters
house yesterday, were S. P. Towneslv.
St. Louis; M. W. Heath, Memphis; W.
M. urre, Kvansville ; II. O'llara, St.
Louis; A. 8. Wood, Padueah ; Charlea
W. Anderson, Mobile ; D, Elliot. New
Orlcsns ; J. R. Aldict, Memphis.
Ren. L. Wiley has explained to tlie
satisfaction of (he people of Massac
county the reason why tie left the army.
He and his whole family were afflicted
with sore eyes. Under no oilier circum
stances could Col. Ben. have been in
duced to abandon tho uoble causa,
Tlte sociable to be given by the ladies
7 a m. n.ov.i t 71 ' St. i
II ' '.t nl "I . SK
i p.m. H.v '. .'t
."i''W M XK
of fb Fiplscopal chnrah, will tak place
at ttis Mkldatitw of airs, .tolm if. Oberlr
this evcnlftf . A Tryv pleasant time Is.
anticipated, and a cordial Invitation Is
extended to all to attend.
The City council held Its first regular
monthly meeting on Tuesday night.
The honorable mayor being absent, ai
de-man Wright was called to the chair,
and the ree ular business was proceeded
with. The meeting wa a very quiet one?
sludge Wulkcy, of this city, spoke lor
two hour before tlie peopk ot Metropo
lis at the Tilden and Hendricks meeting
held In that city on Inst Thursday, and it
wasn't a good day to talk, either. He Is
said to have made a most excellent talk.
Let all of our people who wlh a
change in the management of our na-
tioual f.flairs, show their desire for re
form by attending the grand ratification
at Jonesboro to-day. Make the affair
an old time Democratic Jubilee. The
fare for the round trip Is one dollar.
The train leaves the St. barles nt half
past seven o'clock, sharp.
The Democratic ratification meeting
held ob'Otrio levee , Tuesday night.
though gotten up on short notice, was
a "good sized" and euthuisastic demon
stration. The national cornet band was
present, and speeches were made by
Judge Green, D. T. Linegar, J. B. May-
ham, of Jackson county, ('apt. Rob.
trt Hundley of Williamson county,
John II. Oberly and others.
We are Informed by Mr. John I log an.
that the county road near Fortv-tirst and
Thirty-fourth streets is in a very bad
condition, and that farmers coming to
Cairo with their country produce, are
put to great inconvenience by being
obliged to go out of their way a consider
able distance, in order to liud a good
drive. The city authorities should see
that these places are repaired.
A petition signed by John F. Rector,
J. Hochnedle and N. Munce, residents of
Sixth street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, praying that the
city council order the construction of a
sidewalk on the south tide of Sixth
street, from Walnut street to a point two
hundred feet toward Washington avenue,
was read belore the city council on Tues
day evening, and, on motion of Alder
man Wilcox, relerred to the committee
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday, were M. S. Lcftwich, Du
tiuoin; Ike Rubel, jr., Philadelphia; II.
Smith, New York; M. II. Williston,
Troy, X. V. ; A. P. Rees, Belknap ; John
J. Rocchi, wile and daughter, New Or
leans; P. Ujiinn and lamily, and Mrs.
D. D. Elgarde, New Orleans; Mrs. D.
Hyan, Cincinnati; Mrs. M. Potts and
daughter. Baton Rouge ; Clemens Goe
kon, St. Louis ; S. D. Eldred. Jackson,
Miss. ; George Winegarner, Centralia ;
Mrs. W. J. Morgan nnd Mis Carrie Mor
Having assumed control of the Plan.
ters House barber parlors, I am now able
to devote the greater portion of my time
to my legitimate business, without being
called upon to attend to dinning room
work, etc. My rooms are neatly and
comfortably furnished with the best bar
ber implements in the way ot chairs, etc..
and my stock of oils, head washes and
perfumes are the finest to be procured
I am at my xsl at all hours, and will be
pleased to attend to the wants ol all my
triends and acquaintances.
30-tf Edwakd Rkaxtox.
The district conference ot the Metho.
(list Episcopal church ttegan in the Meth.
dist church on Tuesday evening.
Among the ministers present were Rev.
R. B. Pierce, Rev. H. Sears, Rev. M.
House, Rev. G. W. Runner, Rev. J. W.
Van Cleve, Rev. D. Caughlin, Rev. C. W
Esterly, Rev. J. P. Esterly, Rev. I W.
Romine and Rev. J. D. Gillham. The
Kev. Dr. Sears, who was announced to
deliver a "Centennial Sermon," in his
address, w hich was a very excellent one,
gave an elaborate history ot the develop
ment and progress of this country. The
special burden ot the sermon wn the
growth of the country in this the one
hundreth year ot our government's ex
istence. This "the reverend gentleman
showed In many interesting ways. The
form of government, the increase of ter
ritory and population, the treaties with
foreign nations, our agricultural and me
chanical products, our mineral wealth,
our position In the great family of na
tions, our arts and inventions, our com
merce, discoveries, and the multiplica
tion of our schools and colleges, the
growth bt the church and spread of re
ligion, and our obligations to God, and the
prospects forfuttire prosperity all were
passed in review. The sermon, though
somewhat long, was very interesting,
and was attentively listened to through
out by all present.
The dUtrict conference ot the Metho
dist church commenced yesterday morn
ing. After religious services the con
ference was organized by the Rev.
B. R. Pierce taking the chair. The Rev.
Mr. Sears was elected secretary, and the
Rev. J. P. Easterly, assistant secretary.
Very little business was transacted dur
ing the foreuoon, and the conference ad
Journed until two o'clock p. in. The after
noon session was also short, an adjourn
ment taking place about tour o'clock,
the ministers having received an Invita
tion from Captain W. P. Halliday to take
a trip up the river on the "Ariadna
The yacht left the wharl , about five
o'clock and returned about seven. Cap
tain Halliday, the Rev. Mr. Giiliiam and
several other prominent gentlemen ol
this city accompanied the party. The
ministers, feeling gratclul to Ha!itUy
Brothers, passed tho following resolut ions
Wiieheak. Through the gentlemsnlv
ourtesy of the Messrs Halliday Brothers
a most agreeame excursion to .Mound
City and Bird's Point was extended to us
on this bawaiifUjl a4 futrsnntag yajhf
Arlmlna .theialoirT T
R$tltd That as a district conference
we return to them our warmest thanks
tor the rourtety extended and pUasurt
conferred, and heartily recommend their
vessel to the favor of the piiblh nd wlh
for them continued propspority.
SThe above; was passed on the vessel
by the members of the M. h. District
Conicrence now In session In this city.
J, D. On. I, HAM,
' J. II. Vasci.krk,
The police courts were quiet yester
On Tuesday evening, o.i a cordial Invi
tation extended by Major E. W. Halli
day to a number of his young friends in
this city, about ft dozen couples boarded
the "Ariadne" for a moonlight ride,
The night was a lovely one, and the trip
up the Ohio was greatly enjoyed by all.
Those of the party who never before ex
perienced the excitement ot a race with
a rival boat, were given a taste ol the
sensation on this occasion. The
"Ariadne" encountered the Cincinnati
and Memphis packet, James D. Parker,
at Mound City, and though the yacht
was near a quarter of a mile in the rear
of her antagonist when the race began,
she overtook and passed her about two
nHle above this city amid the npplause
and shouts ot the excursionists, ns well
as the passengers on the Parker, who
stood on the guards of their boat and
gazed with admiration on the "sweet
little thing," as the ladies call her, as
the glided by them. The trip, as wc have
said, was delightful, and the young peo
ple, feeling that they should in some wuy
maniie't their gratitude for the kindness
shown them by Major Halliday, by the
unanimous vote ot all passed the follow
ing resolution, to which will be found
the numes of his guests, nnd it was
ordered prinKnl in the Bi i.i.etin :
Whkrkas, the ladies and gentlemen
here assembled have enjoyed a most de
lightful trip on the "Ariadne," therefore
ttfuolrtil That the heartfelt thanks of
each aud every one is hereby tendered
Major Halliday for the kindness extended
to us In giving us this delightful excur
sion. John Aisthorpc, Minnie Hill :
LouisC. Shuckers. Annie P. Pitcher;
E. A. Wheclock, Ella Eastman ;
II. II. Milburn. Ada C. Halliday ;
C. F. Robbins, Daisie H. Robbins ;
Ike C. Brickey, Ella Robbins ;
Nick W. Hacker, Mary L. Wardner ;
Thomas Morgan, Nettie Limbert ;
Sam I. Parker, Fannie Pitcher;
Guy H. Jacksnn. Frankie Bexlord :
Tweed Parker, May llannan ;
Dyas F. Parker, Fannie Barklay.
THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
Havigabl Depth of Twenty Feet at All
tiewa ami Karsreat iou of 4'Mpt. Jne.
(Correfcriomlt'Ut'e i t the St. Louis Ht'l'Ulii i un .)
Washington, D. C, July 20. By
special request, Mr. James B. Eads ad
dressed the house committee on com
merce at length a few days ago upon the
best method of improving the navigation
of the Mississippi river. Mr. Eads as
serted the entire feasibility of securing a
navigable depth of twenty leet of water
at all seasons of the year from Cairo to
New Orleans. And he also assured the
committee that, by a proper correction ol
the river, the alluvial lands on both sides
of the river could be unquestionably
saved front overflow without the aid of
levees, simply by lowering the Hood-line
ot the river.
The method he suggests for its im
provement is the reduction ol the river to
an approximate uniformity with the
present width of the bends or parts of
the river in which the entire volume is
confined in one narrow channel. He ex
plained that the shoals were Invariably
located in parts of the river nearly two
or three times as wide as the concentrat
ed channel. He also explained that at
each one of these shoals the surface slope
of the river is steelier than iu the other
channel where the water is concentrated,
and that by reduciug the width of the
river nt the shoals we not only
get rid of this extra steepness of
surface slope, but also acquire the
same depth that exists in tho other parts
of the river. By bringing the river to a
uniformity ot width, a uniformity of sur
face slope is therefore produced a uni
formity of surface slope insures a unifor
mity iu the velocity of current, and this
will prevent the caving of the banks ; for
Mr. Eads maintains that so long as the
water is charged with the load which Is
due to certain velocity, it will not scour
up from the bed or banks of tho stream
any addition thereto.
The current in its present condition Is
continually alternating in velocity owing
to these wide spaces iu the lied, and
hence is continually scouring the bed aud
sides ol the stream at one place aud de
positing it at another.
A uuilormlty ot widtli will also facili
tate a discharge of the floods of tho river,
which will have a tendency to prevent
Tho same system, Mr. Eads declares,
has been successfully tested in the allu
vial districts ot the Rhine with most em
inent success, ami lands which were once
leveed and lu danger of overflow are
now placed absolutely beyond the reach
Of the floods without the levees. '
A part of the system proposed by Mr.
Eads likewise contemplates tho making
of two.or possibly three, judicious cut-oils
bctweeu Vicksburg and Red river, by
which the surface slope or flood-line
hi all the river above would bo
lowered several feet. He de
clares that the lower part ol
tho rivL'r should have its out-lets
closed so us to confine the entire vol
ume of the river into one chaunel, as far
down as the head of the passes. His
theory Is that the larger the volume of
water flowing in one channel the flatter
will be the Inclination of tho flood-line,
and as one end of the llood-line is fixed
by the Gull of Mexico, any lessening of
the slope must lower the floods on the
levees, and this can be so lowered by the
treatment proposed, as to preeut over
Us absolutely.. iii'Uli '
It is scarcely neccsssary to say that
these views are precisely opposite to
thott held by the ' rotted ! JMatea levee
commission, which coiHderrd lh sub-
Air. Eads' remarks will probably bo
embodied In the report of tho committee
in connection with a bill on Ibis sub
ject. RIVER NEWS.
W aii Dbi'artbsiit. Rivsa Ktror, 1
Aug. t, ltfffl
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IMow hijth water of 174.
Sergeant, Signal Sen ire, t', s. A.
Steamer James Fisk, I'aducah.
" Grand Lake and barges, N. O.
James D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Charles Morgan. New Orleans.
" Liberty No. 3. Memphis.
" E. O. Stauard, New Orleans.
" Hickory, an J barges St. Louis
Steamer James Fisk, Padueah. .
Grand Lake and barges St. L.
" James D. Parker, Memphis.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
Liberty No. 3. ( incinnati.
E. O. Stauard, St. Louis.
" Hickory, barges, Tcnn. river.
Business continues to be dull. The
atmosphere was made cool with a re
freshing rain yesterday evening. The
gauge showed nineteen feet eight inches,
having fallen eleven inches since the
The Charles Morgan passed up yes
terday morning early, on one wheel, as
sisted by the Liberty No. 3, the latter
having accompanied her from Memphis,
and goes to Cincinnati with her. She
put off a number of passengers here.
The Hickory .and barges pased up
the Ohio from St. Louis to the Tennessee
river, after a load of staves.
The Grand Lake and barges pacd
up for St. Louis.
The James D. Parker passed down
on Tuesday night with a good trip for
Memphis. She did no business here to
The E. O. Stanard passed up from
New Orleans lor St. Louis. She was
eleven days out on her arrival here.
Mr, Joe Hendricks, freight clerk on
Halliday and Phillips' wharf-boat is in
Louisville having a time.
Business on the wharf Is very quiet
The James Flsk leaves for Padueah
at five o'clock sharp, this evening.
The tit m of W. F. Axley & Co. i this
day di-solved by mutual mimurt'
WM KKKNl'll AXLKY,
CII .VS. S, OKLAY.
Cairo, Ills , July 31st, 1mT.
The undcrigned will contiuue the auc
tion und commission business at the stand
lately occupied by W. F. Axley V Co.. and
would solicit a share ol public patronage.
CIlAS. S. OKI.AY.
Cairo Ills. July .'list IpTU.
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CANADA SOl'THEUN K'V COMPANY
Las, through its connections iu toe YVes
and Northwest, placed on sale larire
number of TouitisTa' ExcrKciox Tt kit
at greatly redueed rates, by w'nich pansen
gers cau not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, In addit
ion, vihit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at aoy ol the great
number of lamous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA BOf fU
KUN is the only liue from the west running
directly to Niagara falls, gfviuir paasen
gers, from the train, a w onderful panoramic
view ol the MIGHTY CATAIUCT,
HOUSE SHOE FALL, the till EAT
KAl'IDS, and landing them directly at the
Kails. The track of the CANADA SOIT I II
KUN li an air line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves
or grades; wood is used tor fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the Wine-hell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring pi elect freedom from
dust. Wi ll its complete system of maguif
centPAKLOU SkEEPINU AND D1UVY.
INU HOOM CAHis from CIIICAOO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and Its adi.ur
able connections at MAUAUA FALLS
AM) 1U FFALO with the NEW YoHK
CENTUAL ANDKKIE RAILWAYS, the
l auada Southern is fast bccomiiit; the
FA YOKITE LINE TO TdE EAST. TU kuta
via this popular line can be procured at al
ottlcea of zonnectiug lines, or at the com
Any Information on be obtained by ad
Ircssinic FltASKE. SNOW.
(Jea'l rui. anil Hakel Ag'l. Dbtmoit.
C. r. ainavkrl'a Bllter Wlat of Iroai
baa never been ksowi to fall la the cure of
weakneae, attended wi'h synu touts; nnli
positioti ,o tvcilioii. loa of Mieuiory, ditli-
culty of breathing, general weakneaa, borror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful borror of death, uight sweats, cold feet,
weakneaa, dimneaa of vision, laiiguor, uni
versal latitude ot tbe uiuaouJar ayatein,
saoruioua appatite with dyspeplio ayuip
toma, bot bauds, tlaabipg of the bo ly, dry.
Dtss of tbe akin, pallid eouuunai ta and
eruptions on the fact, purity uig tbe bloo-l,
pain in tba back, btavlaaaa ol the eyelids.
frequeut bUck spots ft ling before tba eyea
wun teinpaxary sutnaion ana io ot signt,
want of attention, ete. Tlice sTtiijitorn
all arise rrm a weaane-s, nnd to remedy
that, u-e K. F. Knnkefs Hitter Wine of
Iron. It nnver fails. Thousands are now
enjoyinc bealtli who have used It. Take
only K. F. Kunkcl's.
rtewara or counterfeit and hae imita
tions. As Kunkel's Hitter Wine, of Iron Is
m wrll khoivn all over the country, .true
Kit themselves make an Imitation and try
to sell It off to their customers, when :hey
call for Kunkel'a Hitter Wine ot Iroo,
Kunkel's Bitter W ine of Iron U nut m.
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
iiiriy jmi inn ou'sioe with the pro
prietor s photo(fraph on tb" wrapper of
earh hotdo. Always look Tor the photo
graph on Uie outside, and yon will always
he sure to iret the genuine. ne dollar pet
bottle, or six for j. Isold by drugKtis snd
ALL, WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
todes'roy Tin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Or. Kuiucl, the only sucee-siul phj sieiun
who removes Tape "Worm io two honr
alive, with bead, snd no fee until removed,
Common sen-e tcsi hes thut II tape Worm
be removed, all oilier worms enn be rendiiy
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun.
kel. No. North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, la., or call on your druii-t and ak
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Svrnp,
Trice. 11.00. It never fails.
How To Make Money.
We will state thut the surest, let and
speedic-t way to "multiply and inetra-e"
U to call at No. 12 Wad Street, Nrw Yotk,
and consult with Alex Frotlunxhum Co,
Thee gentlemen, who have ion been
Identified with the history and att'drs ot
Wall street, are unusually allied iu mone
tary affort, and in everything apnert -lining
to speculation, are un-xceiipi for ability
and proficiency. It ma, alt-o tie suid Unit
of the many Itrokersin that city tli-y are
not only the inot poju'ur, hut nNo the
mot mccensful, bct patroiii -d, ntid most
widely known In or near the vieinity of
Amon; the customer ot the homo of
Alex FrotDingham ,V Co , are some o our
leading and rcnreentativc citizen", who
are mainly ludeiitPd to the lahurs of this
firm lor much ol the wealth thev noweiiiov.
Durint the lomr and succcs-aful exper
ience ot Messrs. Al-x. Frotbiiiglism ,t Co.,
in tills city they have earned fur thcin-clve
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity and faith, snd enhy abu.-inc.-s almost
colosal in Its proportion". In fact, the
amount of l)iiine done by this house In
the course of a vear is something wonder
ful, and olten forms the subject of com
ment. It need" lint a vi-.lt to their pvintn
OtliceS io Wall treet to provn the truth of
the above statement.
How they matiareto convert I1 to to Jii,
$!') to $40, )N1 into s, and o mi. is u
secret which they alone can explain : hut
that they succeed in doing rot a tact tun
well known tl admit of dotiht II you
wouM aaie'y nd profitably lnvtt your
money, no one Hesitate to tavor ti l- m m
with your cali and eoniidence. That bv so
tloing you will reap an abundant reward.
me experience ot thousands ot our lie-l
citizens attest. The nccs-div of taking
audi a co u re in these times of tottering
banks and financial stringency mu-t be up
parent to the most Indilfcrent und carele-s
Messrs Alex. FroUiingham ,V Co., are
prepared to luvot money to any nir.otiot in
toe best e;uritFs, and id every ti.-imar-
tion In which they may be engaged guar
antee cn irn satisfaction tothn-ewho honor
them ith their pufonsgo.
$. ir sieno lor tueir explanatory ireuiar
nnd Weekly Report-, which they mail free
to all who desire thcui. Frmn X V. M'
tip;lit April 1, .sTi. 7-ls-eoiMnr-
The llCLLl.Tis prii.tinR
aV - I ertlal'libliment makes a
fVIJ specialty of Hill Ilewls,
Note Heads, U tter Hindi,
Statements, Cards, Lie Look at thec prices:
Kmull aixe bill buuta, per Hs i "C
Medium size bill heads, p r tnoii-iainl 3 T.
All on fourteen pound paper, Carlisle mills
rntel two eeots per pound higher than puper
QnetA by any alher otUr ruled to order al the
rniUn eHiiecmlly for this otlice
hUitements, turlyele, per l'i t l M
Letter HeaiU, Curlysle, wr l'si 4 .V
Note Heads, Carlytde , per I'so :t mi
Viitiiit cjirds perpucka);e 75c
Businea cards, t :i-ply Hritnl boanl,
MT l'HHI .) o 4 It
Business curd., No 1 blank, per !' a W
Quarter-sheet, half-Hheet, lull-shed and three
heel posters, and cxilore-l work la-low M l.otui
Faiuplilt't, D o k Work an 1 Price Lists mude
" T1IKUKAS Tlinnias Sullivan, bv bis certain
V sale mortgage, duly executed, dulivvieil
and recorded, in the recorder's ulhce of Alexan
der ooiinly, state of llliuout, in liook ''.."
l'(te did convey to tlie undcr-iirned l.-c.
Walder, (which xald lunrtitatre la-ars date the
lirst (1st) day of Nnvemher, A. !., IT-i.the
lollowiiiK di'Kcrihcil real eclate, lying and be
inir in the city of (airo, conniy of Aiexander,
and state d' Illinois, to-wit: Lot niiinlieieil
thirty-eijrbt (-is), iu block numtiered tilty-lonr
( d) , to rccure the puyment of bin c rtmn prom
IsHory nide beBlltif.' even dale w ith aaid lilnrt
liaife, for Ihe um of sixty cn-loo dollar, w ith
interest at the rate of teii per cent perniiuum
from date, uutil paid And win reus, the mi id
fholllan Millivan havinn made delault in Ihe
payment ol the money o secured to lie paid as
aforesaid; now. thffore, I, the undei sinned
mortikiee aforeanid, under ami virtue of the
mortKaxe alore-viid, herr by give notiiw that I
will, on Saturday, the l'Ub day ot August, at
the hour of 1 o'clock, p, m , A l.. Is;n. sell at
public vendue Io the highest bidder for cash,
at the front Joor of the court bouse, in the city
ol ( airo, count v of Alexander and Stateof Illi
nois the real estate so conveyed to hull by the
aiid mortKairor Terms of sale Lanh iu hand.
HAii WAI.l'EK, Mortgagee.
Cairo Ills . July l!h. 1-7 7-l-4id.
Hy virtue of an execution to me directed
by the Clerk of the ircuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the State of lolnols, in
favor of Bernard MeManu and against
l.imrtu A h'rv I lolVA loi-Ool lllinil flirt lot.
..., . - ..... ...
lowing described prooei ty, ill First Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in tho County of
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit :
All of the l iiht title and interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot Puuibe red thir
teen (13) In block numbered forty-seven (47)
which I shall otter at pibllc sa'e at the
South-west door of the Court House iu the
City ot Cairo, In the County of Alevander
and State of Illinois, on the tilth day ot c
tober, A. D.. 1STU, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A M., for cash, to satisfy said ex
ecution. Aif.x. II Ibviv,
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
airo, llls...l"lv li, I7H. rit.l
Corner Eighth Street and
Will spread a Grand Lunch
every morning, and at night he
will dish you all out a plate of
No. I Centennial Soup, and ell
meats and vegetables, which
can be got in the market, and a
big glass of Centennial Lager
Beer to wash It down.
He invites all his friends.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Batwaaa Waahinatoa ad Oomiaerclai
vanaaa, kdjolmntr Hajmr'a.
TTKKP9 for sal tha beat Bavf, Park. MuiIob
IV, Vaal, LAUiU, aauaaga, o . aua ta vrm
prwaj tt avrva faoillles la an aousvUUi aus- Met
B. T. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
lwyi on hand, the cel,brate,l lllnminstirr
At KOItA Oil,.
Z3roa XJmIIcI Ilia,
Corner Eleventh Street and Waanlng-
nnd I riniMin
SI reel. 4 In.
(.iiiirtered by the
State i.l' lllinnia
I'or the i-Xiit
Tatfi''Jfv- - jifXA. Imniediute n-li, f
n all ini-ei. .f private, ehronle, und niinnrvdi-oea-ei
in all their eomjlicatid f'O iie.. It iu'wi-ll
known (UhI lir .liillnT, hiw hiikmI at the betid of
the pMleKinn lor lhcn-t :" venr Ait-nnd
exiierieni-eaieall-iiiiiKirtHiil. Meiuliial Writk
nex, nijrht lusj l.y drritinx pini)le , n the
lace loht maiihiMid e.-m ixi-ititrly he riuced
ljclic wantina; the moxt deiieate attention, c:ill
or write. I'lcu-ant home for patient A hook
for the million. Mui-rnuc tonde. Which ltlin
yon all about these difea-stH w ho should n:ai ry
-w liv not l'i cent" Io pay jmi-tairc. Ir .laini
uis io room and parlor Von See tin one I nt
the doctor Ollice luniri, ! n III. to 7 i 111 Mm-
lnv. In In 1. All hiiviin.44 Btrietli- I'Olifhlcti
37 Conrl Place, L(M$ViLLE,kV
A r'iliirlT Mwiif t nrj-t I rn't
Ui;i-l UD:t?'H, K 1iL pi :
C,tTn all fhrnsi r.f VKfVATV
CHRONIC and SXfTAI. niS
Spermatorrhea aud 'ictcucy ,
Ihe rtulf ff "'f Hhn in v -'a. "Mia I i. i t . t i.r. .
turst tsif "i "tll-'t eiuisct. 4t:ii ; r.-.ii. nt,- -.,it. v :t',,i.'
vi2 r.O t- -i .AiiMi.'tH, S' i.t'.-j.. ' ? till- f i. i. -I,' n i
. t.t ,rc' w Oiitn f I :vf., h, i-ti f If o Kir.
u -avlll .'r Pntiitt- m V s. A' r .,i. t. p-.ihii. . ..
(onlu t'o of Lie, I .os
, i I n-r. A-1 .. r-; rt- -u
tl !. .t-l. t.'l . :m..
trtlp'-' ' 'll--l : -i n-
UemlT Cat 111,
GLEET IMTWUars, (.M ini... Hen., !'..! ,,.(,
Hi una iMln-r priraia li-t,f inn. rmcl.
It U cif till at thai m i.Uv -ii:Lai vt h-i put . tit
(. i crtrtifi ri I if sm a ii I trovMliL' (h- i t u..t,i.
tVtty. rqul'V gn-nt "kill. Pf -i i hi. wn. tKi l.f .t; -t,
r-isnrwii I Mmni us mretrc, vvl.fii u I- i!K-''H .! nt K
Tl-it lh t il ftr irkt iii-itt, ill- in- r n . -I. iy
nl ) wall or ef-rt i utv lice.
Lnrf uuftrantfied in nil Union
Ci'(iuiiiti.'i sii.iviH or t Mifr lif nit'l fnyi'.-sl.
Diurgs rcamcaftttic rti1 ritT''"iu t-u ' iirli-Tly nil Wt.ii:-!.
U(B hour fiTiia it .1. M. t H. Jl. SunJai. : td i P. it
out. ltiiutil r It-mi I'V kit. Arirpt nt .
Tlisity t ju xporifiwe in tit tm-iinvut ui bt.xual an
Ch IO. l IO PliaHf-llnt h""i cn.
Ma ir I . ii,jru'-t hi itl I it, tMitt a: .r
w lTR' Jty llif ri. HOt AU tli mvtTi- r Ft .r.t.l.;i r-
itiiiit ton fttui Wits fuTrii tiilinintiro ft
naiilii "lam) womnnli-MMl An t u-nntrnl fso'vV i-l ;Vsi (.-. -t-r
p. it Lit iriauiiiti. laini Ii tnuu.1. be kit nod r fuck an!
k' f. S nt un.l- r wui I ir Vici.
A PitlVATfi MEDICAL TREATISE nn a i!:fan
of private NAture in txt!i - tlw nine a u a il
unit rut Uir tiui Yit-in, trnrl the l. if ant ul 1 'p
u ift spHiv'i,fi twttf ii'i(jrMal t.-rWi (.
MFDiOAL ADVICK.-nft. uaiUf.d Chmnu Dintt',
t iMtiinl .ktifit, i aturih, Can for, Ii.i'iit
llnlrtt, r., mu pu)(o ork wnt under tr Hi cts. A
Utr look ciiitimhuuHt 400 pAeaai ilcvfrvthinif wi.i-ti
know iiiti .mi iti ulijft-t, ncnt acL'uroly ttcu.cd o re
feipt of AO ct. A Mtrit Dr. OutH1 Disprriiiiry,
Mo.l2N.6th St.. St. Louis, Mo. Li maki.
An Witftratnl U.v ?T3
fujt'. private ctMiii ivr
to ttir iiiArrii-U i.dnia.-
of the fsenuaW tvaitriii, iu tu ,
t-tt lmw-l utooerii tu tl.
riatirvavhl an tiu nivifcri at
aUiYnft nt' rvrui nt tirt t Knur lit
tvMnity nity n. me nitrrit j relation. Alale nrj f'fia,
y-mng aud uudille airtt KQouJti n-ai! aitrf prvmrw it ; i
cuiiU.ni inturiuatiuu, which no one ran adord to M wu'. -out,
u huw lo prv ajs-rvv the hiiili, and n)jupltsi(in, ai i
irivetu tauli-d ch tlie tr atuie ot vuuUi , tne b at an-1
ciilT true Marnaiff (lUide tit the worM. Price eicnte
ty Mail. Ttie author may be conu!tttl prraajtiallv or by
ttiat) on anv of ihiinibjti't mi'ittinnrd In h.i work.A4-ic
lr. A.U. QLLXt Im Y autiiuiwufU, tUicau,!
Tn. SOTTAS n aVJ
Mnrriav'ttr.il : in-.trirt
H Kit liUlllL'I'Ul'a 1 H..I A , if.';
tnilii Mr i m i,. i tu il.
qiiiv!li .atiiw kr.w i n
r.'urta-hip. .MuiTt iy.', t..
I!iai.!i if irnl Att 1 ri,
in) Jts-vt-.atirtrt t'rr
rliit vti'hi . ImiW t.i (lira
I ! kinil of IiiHaa, with riumlr m it vulnabli riv, .rv-,
Im huuUl inarryjli iiiipchiiu iit tu nmrriai!'; th-.r tm
titer ami urv. '1'rcMa wn o I liiai'tu g, lu.iy cxr niniKr '.hir
auf iviiiptintH and tiM'aiiti to i-nri' i it it ii.f uu'y r nl.
trivntirV-'. ork tPh kind vt r puL, ilVt. an id i - rtnt i-u
In I'vr-n ii tjai t. 8-n is-i'Urv'y m ultil on nut-i t In ri
Addrcis. I)r. c. A. Biiianam, t'; i'ur.h tiuh trf.t
M. Lwuii. Mo. l?Kti.:0,rd l:-.'7
Tlie lul i liaiK-r lor kum1 mi-'i ii liltiiral 1mimI. i.ii
Tt VKAII.4' ( KKI'ir. at MX I'KI. I KNT inti ll-l.
1'iin't run anv n-ki, lniljrci tu a iMimtrv llini h:-,
lava jirnvetl tu lc oul. e il your tul-ln--.- l-v
tju-Uil curl to ljiml I'um'r ' B. M. If. I: ".
Uurlinirton. lirU'n, iin.l re.--iv-five ci.v rif lnun
anil Nelirnaka r uriui-r, wild li art ! I1.1.1I 1 11. 1
w riimi'1 t ,i ruir- --'-v -i:i.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering t Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
JobHinK PromPtlr Dona-
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board. 3d Floor $2.00 Per Day
Spao'al Ratas ly Week or Month.
A limiU'il imniUr f vrrr tlt-.irulilr lamily
r(Hiii. i-uii I -n-iirfi al raoiiullii iul lr Hit
Miiimu r im n 1 hs
I lit -! t lu if i tin' 1 iif-ost ami tir-l aii'iiit
r lluu in S11i1.ll ln Illinois uii'l i- lln- li-ail'i t
huttl III tiiiro N..t lili.'hi ilins H'l"
Hoi k." Ii.liuli.iil ill I'lirtw, Hit lat If wtil.a.
u.ual, Im ItU-rally i..ii.-.l Willi il.e !.. Ut
ul vvri Wliuia Hi"' au I luiunt iu hi ira 1.
r 1U- lai'Ki- uiii'l ronina lor ,-,Miiliirr lai li u -rliTt.
on anund Hour irwol i-lia'K,-.
I frvtll iMiKKaa'ulViiv"' tualnllroin
tin- lioul iiiiout i l.ai iiv
JKWfcTT VILX .
-1.1-tf l'r...i ifl'.n
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
133 W, Fourth St, WCtmil. 0,
r autborlaad to contract for dvartia
laar in tut puuar.
Eti uUs furuUusJ fr. Iad for Circa 'ar