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J. Q. LYNOIFB
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, C.'lro lot,
oxrhange for St. Looll projKTtjr.
The south hall of Uie "I'llot" house at
(looj two tory brick store room on
Commercial avenuo between Eleventh
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth Mid popUr ttrcete;
Saloon and flxlum, louthweat coru
r ElglitmiUi Btreet aul Commercial
tvrnue, at & bargain. ,
Cottage on Twelfth street, wet t
Jomtnerclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling Iioukq on Crosa afreet, won
of Washington afenne. .
Two.lnuineet boiuea ou Iavcc street,
abev tlghth, $20 each.
A gocl cottage, on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenuo.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
iext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 roota on Twenty-third
itrcct, and Ilolbrook avenue $0. Good
yard and cistern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
rojilar atreeto, $12 CO.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
lp stalra of onse on Commercial av
enue, near lWh street. 8uitable for
business and J welling, $5.
Tenement numbered 8 and 9,
Winter' Row, 5 rooms each for $10
l-r month. Will be put In flrstrclass
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Hcut low, to good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, f 12 a month.
Rooms In various part of the city.
FOR LKASK OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
J. nrono uTtturHOoaii
n KijjhUj .tfict, two doors from Alex
ander Cotmry Back, Is the place to get a
lanhlonaWe hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything e!e hi the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their liomes.
Lamtkvr aad fladlafa.
At the store room of V. Koch, on
i ommcrcial avenue. No. W, bHow hixtii
street, may be lound a lull assortment of
leather and findings : also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
.shoes. lie also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, ahoes, etc., of his
own make. Roots and shots made, to
order of first -class material and aatisfac
tion guaranteed. J-2-t
U ta in XssaMni r Clrs4a
y the Atchison, Tojxka and .Santa Fc
it ail road, Uie new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via Uie beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad. Santa
Fe and all poiuta In t 'dorado, .New
Mexico aitd Arizona. Special round
trip ti. kits to Denver, only $50, allowing
top-off privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs.
Mauitou and Tike's Peak. lw emi
grant rates to the Sail Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. l'loe connec
tions mnd at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Nortlicru Colorado.
For mnns, tim taMes and the San
luan titiide,rt address,
T. J. Axukrsox,
Urn, '.. Ayt.,
7-lStf Topkk, Kav.
This popular saloon, corner FourU-enlh
street and Wa-hingtou avenue, is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the llnest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jus. Rovkkkr, Prop'r.
I will continue the sale of books and
tationerv and musical good as hereto
fore at Robbins Musical Itazar, 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 idock of
goods in bulk at any time.
I will, on Thursday morning. July 27,
commence the sale of books aud station
ery pertaining to the estate of W. R.
Rockwell iV Co., and the stock of mu-
(ih al goods belonging to the estate ot ( '
Robbins A Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
:and continue the same from day to day
I until these entire stocks are dipos-
T .cd ot.
.Such an opportunity was never before
otrered to the people ot 'alro and vicin
ity. Gr.OKGK Fisiikk, Assignee,
Of W. B. Rojkwell, bankrupt, un I C
Robbius & Co., bankrupt".
Cairo, July 21st, 187G. 7-22-t!
Lyon's Kathaiuon makes beautifu
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. 1 1 has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norivaL 3-0-dwly
The latral, Kreateal, aud nios reliable
remedy ever put piirether by medical science,
lor Kheuaiatiam, VSouudB, hWellliiK.. Hums,
I .Vnl llrennl. . la tile Ccutiiiir l.inuiient.
There are two kinds What the White Limmrat
it for the human family, th Yellow Centaur
Uulmeut is for auavineil. lame and Ntrnim-d
horaeaaiid aniniaU. niH)"-Tt I It
' t'lillren try lor (JaaiarlM. It la
i.lfa.mit to tuVe as houev. and la absolutely
luiriiilHHU. Ii in aura tu exuvl worms, cure wind
colic, regulate tlie bowtU and stomach, aud
evercoms irritability caused by rash or cutting
teeth. It ia a perfect auliatitute for Castor oil,
aud for Coativeueaa in young or old there is
nollilliKlu existence so enrrtlve nw rename.
rjniM "Weekly Uullelln,
I. is peryer, posUfft prepaid, to any allraa
BEST A.SD CUKAPIST
Paper puUUhad iu Southera IllinoU.
We ar aothorltwt to announce JiilIN II.
IttiKIN.nON aa a eandlda'r for hhrriffof Alex
ander county, at the comic oounljr election.
We are author! wl to annonnre that K. A. Kd-
mundson Is an Indetieadent lieuubliran candi
date lor fheriff, at the mailing count? election.
Wi are authomed to announce PETER SAt'P,
for an Independent candidate for Sheriff of Al
exander county, at the ensuing-county flection.
HATE) or ADTEBIIHINU.
tf All bills for advertising, are due and pay
able lit ADTAHCB
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rate of II 00 per square for the first insertion
and SU oenU for each subsequent one A libural
discount Will be mala on standing ami displ
For Inserting funeral notice It W Notice ot
meeting of societies or secret orderi 50 cent for
Church, Society, Festival and Huper notices
will only be inserted aa advertisement
J'o advertisement will be received at lens than
So cents, and no advertisement wilt lie inserted
for leas than three dollars per month
Local Buaineaa Notices, of
tan linea or mora, Inaartaa
in the Bulletin aa followa :
Commence Counting at tan Llnea.
Ona lnaartion per Una....
Twa lnaartlona per Una...
Thro lnaartlona per line.
.......... 5 Canta
... . .. 7 Centa
Six lnaartlona per line
Two weeks par line .
One month per line
Mo Reduction will be made
rr ASCALON LODGE, SO. 61.
Via. j Kmrnta oi rytiima, nw ri-
doy nitht at ball-pant seven, in uua-
lellowa' 1111 llowt,
OAIJCXANUKR I.OIKJE, NO ?24.
ln-lrpea-leut OrdT of Md-rel-lowa,
mitU every Thursday nlrht
at tiall'-)t seven, in their hall on
.'oiuiiien-ial aveuur, Wwefn hixth anJ hrventh
;r,:l, Chas Lame. N U
1A1U0 ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.,meeta
in odd-rrllowa' Hull on the nrat ana uuro
nraitay ill every month, at blf-pat aeyen
CAIRO lHMJK. NO.Zff.A.r. A. M.
iiold regular conimunications in Ma
sonic 1111, corner commercial avenue
kih! Kivlitu stn't. on Uie aecont ana
ourth Monday of each month .
SATURDAY. AUGUST 5. KC.
W a at .
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I '1 lireat.
Serjeant, Signal .seivice. I". S. A.
Mr. and Mrs. William Linker returned
to this city yesterday afternoon.
The mouth ol the twelfth stiaat sewer,
nearthe Bulletin office has at last been
Tle DemocraW of Ballard county, Ky.,
will hold another Tilden and Hendricks
ratification at Blandvllle to-day.
Mr. William Strattoii left this city for
Minnesota on Thursday night. Mr
Stratton will return with him.
The bridge across Happy Hollow on
the Mound City road, will lie completed
sullicicnt for teams to cros in a few
days. In their regular daily practise the
crew of the Cairo Boating Association is
becoming a strong team. Oil Thursday
evening they pulled two miles in 1 1 min
utes, 37 seconds.
The colored population ot this city ob
served emancipation day by a barbecue
at Ixicust grove, and a picnic at Breden's
lollow, on the Cairo and Vlncennes
The lKmocrats of Pulaski county will
hold their county convention at the court
house in Mound City on Monday after
noon at 3 o'clock, for the purpose ol
nominating a county ticket.
The Fourth Quarterly meeting for this
conference year will be held at the M. K.
Church iu this city, commend 112 this
evening. Klder Pierce is in the city and
will preach this evening and to-morrow.
Rev. Mr. George wilt conduct the us-
ual services In the Presbyterian church
on Sunday uext. The sermon In the
morning will be the last ol a series 011
Prayer." The evening sermon will be
Tho Hon. I). T. Linegar, having re
ceived an Invitation from the people of
Paducah to make a speech In that city,
for Tilden, Hendricks and Reform, hit
011 tho steamer risk last evening. He
will speak this evening.
Mr. Nick Devore found his stolen sail
boat at Island No. 1, about six miles be
low this city, ou Thursday, where It had
been run aground and abandoned by the
parties who stole it. Nothing has been
heard ol the two skiffs that were taken at
the time the sail boat was stolen.
James Wllson,!a white man, and John
Williams, a colored man, were arrested
yesterday afternoon lor jumping on the
outgoing passenger train. They were
taken before Justice Comings, who lined
them the usual amount, one dollar and
Travelers who stop at the American
House, Boston, are achlom disappointed
This hotel has about four hundred
rooms, and is strictly tlrst-clas in every
respect. It la most conveniently located,
and altogether U tho most ibsirahle
house to select lor a home" during a
visit to Boston. 8.6-dlt-(U)
Mouud City had a jail delivery the other
day, Jailer Drake went Into one of the
cells to bed down the boys with
straw, when one of them seized
him by the throat and held him fast while
two while men, who were in for burglary,
and a negro, for larceny, made their es
cape. As soon ns the Jailer freed himself,
however, he, In company with several
citizens started in pursuit arid recaptured
the white men, but the negro got away.
John Ilanm, Cnpe (Jirardeau ; J.
Slgnlago, Memphis; Mr. lla.elton,
Ixuls; Daniel Phillips, New York; A.
Cover, Anna; Itarvy Maine, llurkville;
.1. A. Davis, Mt. Pleasant; I), lmper.
brack. Salem ; L. BiKkwllh and wife,
Wolf Island, Missouri ; John II. Henry,
jr., Memphis ; T. II. Randall, lliehmnnd.
Indiana, were at the St. t hanes liote'
The following we Ukc from the Sun of
last evening :
From this date, the Sun respectfully
declines to take any further part in the
present congressional canvass. Wo are
satisilud that the national and state le
nublican tickets cm be elected, and ht-
Honally expect to vote for both in Novem
ber, Out we do not now believe it is i
sible to elect the present ISeptihliean can
didate for cotigres. We did believe,
soon aft r the nomination, that he could
carry tills ilistrict, but later develop
menu convince us to tlie contrary
we therefore decline to Uike any ia.'t, ns
a iiewjiajier, in tnc race Tor congress
M. Ross, John Met loud, James
McAvoy. Mexico, Mo.; L. C. Malbouri,
St. Louis; II. It. Smith, New York; Geo
Lee, Chicago; W. S. Atkins, Carbondale;
Miss Masrsrv Lerry, Midway, Ky.; W. N.
Goodrich, C hicago: II. Frodlick, Vin
) cennes; U. liepenloeW. Salem; C. h.
Smith, ( hicago; K. Ix;wis, JoneslKro;
M. K. M Liliany, Cincinnati; W. K. ()g
born, do; Mrs. K. lirighain and Mrs. P
A. Clark, ( ape Girardeau; S. L. Ailkins,
Chicago; II. M. Preston, New Orleans
were at the Planter's houe.
On last Wednesday 'morning two far
mers living in Missouri, named Samuel
Tier and Joseph Hardin, both of whom
arc well known iu Cairo, became mixed
In a quarrel that resulted in a lively shoot
ing aflray, in which, luckily, no one was
seriously hurt. Tier and Hardin, it
seems, had on a previous occasion had
some dillieulty which has since kept both
a little "cranky," though both arc repre
sented as very fpiiet aud peaceable men
On the morning named Tier, In company
with another gentleman, w hose name we
could not learn, met a third party in the
public road, in Missouri, about six miles
Irom Bird's Point. They stopped their
horses, and commenced conversing. They
had talked but a short time when Hardin
came up ulo 011 horseback. They im
mediately engaged In a very warm con
test of words, which wound up in Tier
drawing a knife aud starting towards
11 arum, also drawing, as lie went, a re.
yolvcr from his pocket, which he placed
unpleasantly close to Hardin's head.
Hardin finding that he was at a disad
vantage, Ix'gan to "talk sweet" to his
man, who finally lowered Ins weapon
and rode awav. Both were still on
horseback, and Tier had gone but a few
yards when his anger was again aroused
by something Hardin said, and jumping
from his horse, he rushed at Hardin
again. Hardin also left his horse, and
drew his revolver. Both tired but
missed, and Hardin, taking a more delib
erate "bead"' on his target, pulled the
trigger. The ball, which was from a
common sized revolver, struck Tier just
above the right eye, but to the astonish
ment of Hardin, Ihe missile fell to the
ground flattened out like a copper, while
Tier, not seeming to notice that he had
been hit, kept on firing. Hardin, we are
told by the gentleman who gave us this
information, and who will vouch for the
truth of what we have said, became so
disgusted that ho had not at least stopped
Tier from shooting, that he threw his re
volver at him, btriking Tier in the
stomach and causing him considerable
pain, though not inflicting a serious
wound. At this juncture of the dilli
eulty, the gentleman who had been con
versing with Tier when Hardin came
up, interfered and separated the com
batants alter Tier had lired three shots
and Hardin two. Hardin come out of
the battle without a scratch. Tier ex
presses regret that Hardin should have
hurl him by hitting him in the stomach
with hls'revolver, as it hurt him "mighty
From a gentleman who resides in Mis
souri, about ten miles Irom this city, we
learn that on last Tuesday a man and
woman named ltoblnson, living about
twenty miles from here, came to Cairo
for the purpose of buying a wagon and .1
set of harness. The woman had depos
ited in one of the banks in this city, one
thousand dollars, aud on Thursday drew
out three hundred. After rcttiiir the
wagon and harness, the couple started
home, ami when within a few miles of
their house they were met by a gentle-
man who observed that Mrs. Hubinsou
was crying. He impiircd the cause ol
her grief, and was informed by ltobinson
that he had given her "slapping."
That evening about eight o'clock, Pobin-
son called 011 an old sipiire residing in
the neighborhood, and said ho wanted
the squire to go with hl.11 to his house,
that w hen within a mile of her hou.
he got out ol the w agon to tlx some
thing about the harness, and that while
doing so, his w ife shot aud killed herself.
The old squire went with Uobinsou, and
an inquest was held over the body, and a
verdict rendered in accordance with Ihe
tacts as stated by Robinson; aud at an
early hour the following morning the re
mains were buried. The manner of tlie
death aud Kobiusou's conduct since the
couple were in Cairo, has crused many
people in the neighborhood where he re
sides to suspicion that all Is not as
Uobinsou would make it appear. His
character, we are informed, is not one
that will stand a stringent lest, having
been arrested sometime ago by Indiana
authorities for a murder committed in
that state. He is said to have had a
hand, also, in tho kidnapping of a girl,
which occurred at New Madrid and is re
membered by many in this vicinity. He
is reported to have been also charged
with robbing a wan in New Madrid, and
is considered rather a tough citizen all
tblnort narr'cd t he do.
VYhcn 1. che "And i.vo thotm-
ceased it Is sale
of tlsf banks
of the death
kI dollars had
and dollars In 01,
here. Since their
up to the day
of the woman, one tttousa.
.tlj of M.'s.
been drawn. Since the de
Robinson, Robinson has bee.
niter ner property witn mucii . winty
she owning a small farm sonic t 0
miles from this city In Missouri, ami
Thursday hi! came to Cairo and drew t
remainder of the money in the bank
here which belonged to her. AS we
have said, Robinson's movements since
the death of his ifo have been closely
observed by the people of his neighbor
hood, nnd It is not very lmprobabhi that
they w ill make It very tin pleasant lor
him ere many days have gone by.
The following is a list of letters re-
maiiiing uncalled for iu the post ofhee at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, ") August:
I.AIllKS 1 1-1.
Ladies Attcnberry, Annie J ; Breuer,
S. E ; Bronto, K ; Clay, Florr ; 1 avis, Mil
ler; Gamble, Wm. Mrs.; King, Hariet;
Kcnney, Maggie; Kinsley, Mary S. ;
King, Pernetla ; Moore, Annie; Shep
herd, Bettie; Van Broeting, A.; an
Brockton. C. ; Wlnslow, Lizzie.
Gents List Anderson. ha.; Burls.
All; radish, Geo. ; Brooks, J. .M. ;
( hina, L. ; Clark, C. S. ; Caffery, Jas. ;
Darmody, Thos; Ford. Allen; Field,
Green; Flowers, J. C; Garner, John;
Griffith, John; Goodrich, Richard; liar
mon, Alfred; Ilenties, J. T.; Kratsert, I.;
Mooring, Geo.; Mil owe, John; McGrath,
M.; Pidgeon, J.; Robinson. C; Rouse,
.fumes: Uobinson. J.: SeclfV. C
Tlngstrom, V. II.; Westerman, Chas
Walsh, Michael: Wood, George H., Wil
Persons desiring any of the above let
ters should please say "Auvcrtiseii.
Gko. W. McKkaI'!, P. M
Five :ord lots 3 2
coal rAKAinsK ai itio mbiiy :
Sini'le ton $3 o0
Three " ;J
P.ve " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
fllied. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Wiikku r Si Co.
To Itcut .
Tbettore raoui now occupied ly llobbin's
Music Baar, and Rockwell's Bookstore, on
Conunerciiil avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets. Aply to A. Bolto, next
door to Ike W alder's elothlnir store, Ohio
Wa'h DarAKTMimT, nivw Rkpot, ) I
Auk- 4,lB7ii 1 1
SIATIO.1. LOW WATIB. CHAJ0.
rr. m. kt. im.
Cairo IT 7-1 0
PitWburir 2 i S
CincinnuU s s
Louisville SI -
NiwhTille ' XI
St. Louis 1' i
Kvansrille S ' o
Memphis K !l ii
Vicknbiitn :is 1 1 1
New Orleans & 1 0
Below nixh wuter of iw7t
Svrircant, Signal service, L . S. A.
Steamer James i lsk, Faducuh.
John F. Tolle, Paducah,
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" John F. Tolle, New Orleans.
Business about the wharf was aw
fully quiet yesterday. The only arrivals
and departures were the Fisk and Tolle.
- The Tolle had a good trip from St.
Louis for New Orleans. She made addi
The St. Louis Republican, iu speaking
of tho favorite Ariadne, says: 'Halli
day's Ariadne would be a delightful
short line packet. She has been furnish
ed with narrow guards nnd swinging
fenders for towing, and will lie used in
that capacity or as a pleasure packet
boat, as the occasion may require.
Walter says that at Cairo
she made the run from the wharf
boat to the mouth of Cache river, six
miles, in 27 minutes. The party that
made the excursion were the families of
Capt. W. P. Halliday, Maj. 11. W. Ilalli
day.Thos. and llanry L. Halliday, Hon.
Johnll.Obcrly.MaJ, A. B. Saflord, Mr
Henry Candeo and other invited
guests to the number ol thirty-two
A St. Louis paper says the A. J.
Baker is laid up at Cairo. Her captain,
Thos. Poe, was sun struck while up the
Tennessee. He was doctored empiri
cally iu airo, and then brought home, it
was thought to die. His son John, and
a daughter hastened over here and hap.
pily report their father, yesterday, re
covering slowly and now out ot danger,
lie Is at the house of his son-in-law,
Blj the, mate of the Baker.
The Mary Miller for Pittsburg, tho
Craud Lake and City of Alton for New
Orleans, Polar Star for Tennessee river
and the City ol Vkksburg lor Memphis,
and Vh ksburg, leave St. Louis to-day.
NFtX I L XOUCKSi.
The tiim ol W. F. Axley & Co. is this
day dissolved by tnutuiil consent
WM 1'ltKNCII AXLKV,
1 1I AS.S, UKLAV.
Cairo, Ills., July !ilt, IhTii.
The undersigned will eoiitiuuo the alio
tiou aud comiiiissiou Imsiuess at the stand
lately occupied by W. V. Axley & Co.. and
would solicit a share ol public patronage.
til AS. S. DELAY.
Cairo Ills. July Jltl7.
Tha lust clianca for trontl agricultural
Tm Ybaus' t utniT, at six eaa ckn.
I'on't ruu an risks, bunco to a cautilrv thut lias
been proved to he good, head your address b
postal card t Laud Com'r b.iM.H.II,
huriinKti.n. Iowa, and receive free copy of Iowa
and Nebraska Karuer, Ub chart of land, and
w round trip rate. 3-4-wi'iu.
:. r. Knnkel a HiMrr Whir nf Iron
hss never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attendrd with symptoms; India
position to exertion, loas of memory, dlfli
ciilt v of breathing, em-nil weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, nlirht ....i. ...
weakness, dimness or vision, languor, uni
versal InsMtude (, the muscular avstem
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symn
toms, hot hands. ilaidiW 0 ti holy, drv
less of the skin, nallid rountBn.r...
ei uptlons on the face, purity lui? the blood,
pal a In the back, henvine.ts ot the eyelids
fr-q uent blsek spots flying before the eve
wtUi .temporary sutlision and Ios of slirht
w sat attention, etc. These symptoms'
si artat' from a wpaknes, nnd to remedy
ttat, a K. K. Kunkpfs Hitter Mine of
rn. 1t fiever fails. Thousands are now
vnnir wealth who have used it. Take
.ore of counterfeits and bae imita
As huukel's Bitter Winn Of I rnn 4m
1 iktioa n all over the country, druir
wjalvosnjake an imitation and trv
M ... ........ , . "
to sell it . 'axel's liittcr Wine or I rnn.
-u n moil u-viMiit r", v nen tliev
call tor Kt UMnr Winn of Iron is put up
Knnkel s ,tJe, ami Itta- a yellow wrupner
nn eiy jmi -y-tar'n on tun wrapper of
pnetors piiov imava look for the photo-
ach Poll Ii'. J. aula. 11ml von u III uiu.., .
....... .V. t . r XYtf t. i ... ..
f"1!'" rtauiDe. mic dollar Per
ir 10 t'ei me.t ,y Uruififista and
oil". a "i
raH r cT-rvwhero MOVED ALIVE
a t I tl .tlXluDf " r'lJ
ix9 ki v roe -
" rul """r fail,
Dr. Kunkel, the only.-... T hoi.
1(ieTOV I 111 i-caii nil" wj...! -I. .!.;.
wuo iciimici "I'" .,nll ,,... ,1
alive, with head, and no Tee . ... ' ...
Common sete teaches that h ,,f""1""
be removed, all other worms cat.
destroyed. Send lor circular to' ;;;,,,',
V" n-.o Vr..-I. Ninth ktrPPt. i,i-.i., i-
pbi'at Pa., or call on your dru'ii!.t
fur a Imttlu of Kunkel's Worm
l'rice, Si. 00. It never falls.
Will, of course, wish to see all the fife "
omfortably nnd cheaply. To this end t e
CANADA SOl'THEKN IVY COMPAQ i
has, through its connections In tne Wes
and Northwest, placed on sale a lari-e
number of Tot uists' Excxitsiox Tickets
at greatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, In addit
ion, viit the princlpaleafctcrn cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at any ol the great
number of famous resorts In New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOUTH
ERN is the only line from the west runtilug
directly to Niagara Falls, ifivlna pssson
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view of the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HORSESHOE FALL, the GREAT
RAFIDr-, and landing them directly at the
Falls. The track of the CANADA SOUIH-
ERN Is an air line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern ; there are 110 curves
or grades; wood is used lor fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the Winohell Patent
Ventilator, cnsurirji; picfect freedom from
d dst. Wi'h its complete system of manif
cent I'AKLOIt SbEEPINti AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, aud its ndinir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fat becoming tlie
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can he procured at til
oilices of zonnecting lines, or at the com
Any information em be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW.
Gen'l Psss. and Ticket Ag't. Detroit.
How To Hake Money.
We will state that the surest, best aud
speediest way to "multiply and increase''
is to call at No. 12 Wail street. New Y01 k,
and consult with Alex Frotbinirliam & Co.
Tbese irentlemen, who have lorn; been
Identified with the history and allsirs ot
Wall street, are unusually skilled in nionc
tary atf tirs, and In everything uppertainiuj,'
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proficiency. It may also be said that
of the many Brokers in that city they are
not only the most popular, but tU-o the
most successful, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near the ticinity of
Wall Street. '
Anxm the customers ol the house of
Alex Prothingham V Co.. are some o' our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly iudebted to the labors of this
brmfor niticli of the wealth they now enjoy.
Duritn; the lorn; and successful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Frothiuirhuin & Co.,
in this city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
colossal in its proportions. In fact, tbe
amount of business done by this house In
the course of a year 1 something wonder
ful, and ottcn forms tho subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
otlices iu Wail street to prove the truth ol
)hc above statement.
How tbey manage to convert (10 to isfio,
if-2o to 40. I0 into ifsto, nnj H3 on J,, a
secret which thev alone can explain; but
that tbey succeed in doiiiir so is a luct too
well knowa ta admit of doubt. It you
would sately snd profitably Invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor this 'linn
with your cash and confidence. That by so
doinjjyou will reap an abundant reward,
the experience of thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of tukin
such a course in these times of tottering
banks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the most iuduTurent and careless
Messrs' Alex. Frothin.diaui .V Co., are
prepared to invest money to any allium, t in
the best securities, aud in every transac
tion in which they may be engaged guar
antee entire satisfaction to those who honor
them with their patronage.
f.rrsend for their Explanatory Circular
aud Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who 'desire them. Frm "A'. ifc
effolit, Airtl Pi, IsTli. 7-li-eod;!lil
Mwrl(Utf r's sile.
WHEREAS Thomaa Sullivan, by hU certain
sule inortKUKc, duly executed, delivured
snd recorded, iu (he recorder's iillirc of Alex:iu
der couuly, state of Illinois, in Hook ".,"
1'Hge li'ii, did convey to the undersigned Isaac,
ul'liT, (which said nmrlKaKV. Iieais date the
tlrst (1st) day of November, A. D., s;.'.),the
lollowiiiK dcscrilied real estate, lyintf ami lie
iiiir Iu the city of t airo, county of Atexsnilcr,
and Male, ol' llliuuia, to-wir: IaA niifiihcrcd
Unrly-eiKlit (;s). in lilock nuuiliered Utty-liuir
( 1) , to secure the payment of his certain prom
issory note bearing even date w ith said umrt
liatre, for the sum of sixty isi-psi dollars, with
interest at the rate of teu ier cent iicruuniiin
from date, until paid. Aud win reus, the said
Tboiuus Sullivan having made default in the
payment of the money so secured to lie paid as
al'oresuid; now. thefuftf, I, Ihe liiidcrsik'neU
mortgagee, afore-mid, under and virtue of the
mortgage, ulmesuid, bertby the notice thut I
will, on f-atunluy, the I 'th day "I Aiitfiist. at
Ihe hour oft o'clock, p, in , A- l., Is7, sell at
public vendue to the hiKhcst bidder fur cash,
at the front Joor of the court lmii-e, in tlie ciiy
of 4 alio, cuiiiilv of Alexander aud Slale of Illi
nois Ihe real estate so c.unveved lo linn by the
said iiiorlxaiior Terms of sale Cash ill hand.
ISAAl WAI.I'KII, Morttiauee.
Cairo. Ills.. .1 ill v llh. l-7'l. 7-l--dnl.
Corner Eighth Street and
Will spread a Grand Lunch
every morning, and at niyht 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.
The Hi Lt.KTiv printing
estBtilihment ninkpi a
si-cllly of Hill IIcb-Ih,
Aole Hea ls, U tter Heads,
tarda. f:tc TnnV
f mall size PHI hi a.U, r Iimi 1 , ;
Medium size hill hends, tK-r thousand....'!'.', n r,
All An m 1 a.. . a . .
,,," poiinc, psprr, tarlislr mills
rated two wnts rsr rnd hiirhc, lnn ia.;
! . "7 nr oni.-e-mlM to ord. rut the
nulls es,HH:iKlly r..r this olllce
Statements Lnrlj le Kr Ussi . , ,.
Letter llen.1,. srlysl,', pPr p n - " ' '
Note l-,l arlysle, !r P,. ' I
V iitinK ranis ,er packmir -V"
Biislnea cards, Xo 1 l,lnnk,"ir"l l" I
yiiarter-sliiTt, hulf-shect, fufl-she..t b.I time.
... . hum roiomiBurlc lielow ""t. f.ou
l'ani.hlet, I) ,.,k Work an I Price
. in 1 ,
SUirrlir is Mnl..
I JVi v,',t,l"'1"r n eXPru,on ,0 , ,1!,,.,,.,,
by the Clerk of (he Circuit collrt 0f .x.
andcr County, in Ihe state of Minoi,, in
f;i..r ,,f ternard M. Manns and
te'r1"; 'i'1" ,"v,,,' "Poii the tol
lowing described prnpetty. in First Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in the County of
Alexander and St ite of Illinois, lo-wit
All of thn riuht. title ntel Interest r.rVuld
James A. Fry in ami to lot numhr red tliir-
ri' J J ,n '''"uk "umbered fortv.seyen ( IT)
which I shnll oiler at p.imale nMhe
south-wrt door of the Court House in the
City ol Cairo in tins lovmtv of Aletander
jnd state of f llinnls, on the tilth d.iv of ,..
tober. A. D.. isrn, at the hour of eleven
0 clock, A. M., for cash, n sati-fv said ft
rC"JJ.on; r , Ai.Kx.ll lRvtr.
Sherllf of Alexander ( ounty, Illinois.
'" .liny i, M7t.. ,,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waahlnicton nd Commercial
Avenue, adjoining Hanny'a.
KEKI'S for snle the Ixwt flecf, Tork, ?,futton
eal. Lunib, SaiwaKe, Ac . and is nre
.rs1 U wr fHiniliM in sn khhiIi mi-
JunctOnof Brondway, 7th Avenuo and
4 vJd Street.
NEW YORK CITY,
Throe Mocks west of (innd Central fx pot
nearthe Klevatcd Railroad, and but twen
ty minutes from W all Mrcct. All modern
improvements. Rites 1 per day. Lib
eral terms to fauialics.
CHAS. E. LEIiAND, Proprietor
Of Pcltvau House, Alimny, N. V.. and
Clarendon Hotel, Saratoga. 7-7-d.lin.
1 . ...
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,Q(JO
W. HALLIDAY, rnnident.
IIKNKY L. HALLIDAY, Vinl'im
A. II KAt-KMKD, Cashier.
WALTER lIYM.or, Ass't Cashier
t. STAATS TiVLOH, H II. Ct'VM'initAM,
II h. Hai.liuav, W. P. Hali.ihat,
ti. I). WlLLIAXIsnM. STCI'llaS ItlKIl,
A . ii. Safkoiiii,
Exchange, Com nnd United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DtrosiTS received uud a general flanking
Nctf, Vice I'res't.
II. Wells, fa-hier.
T. .1. Kcrlh, As?.t. asli'r
Corner Commercial Ave- and btu Street
rV I'l-oss, 'iro. Wm. Klui-'e, 1'airo.
I'. Sell, l uiro. NViu Wolfe, I airo.
. SiiMinka, L'uiro. K I., llillnnri-ley , v I.(,ui
t . Iliulu , I airo. II. Wells, ( an.i.
r' 11. I'.rinUiiiuu, M. Louis,
Uetifiul llmikiuu' liiiNlueoa lo.
H"Kchmnfe sold and bought Interest paid
a the st ings liepartuient. t oUections iiiude,
ud all busin ess promptly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK", CAIIIO
A B RAKKOK11, President.
S.8 1AVI.OU, ice fresident.
W. HslA)V, siev'yuud litstsurer.
Pliiac Tons :
P,V. IIahclay, t'UAS ;.u.ii,iu:n,
CM hTiiinarrit, I'ax i Seneii,
It. 11. CtNMtiUllAM, 11 1.. llALUllAV,
J. l. I'lllLLlI S.
LNTKItKST paid on deposiu at the rale ol tix
percent perauuiiin, March 1st and sWptciu
m r 11. Inleiest not withdrawn is addtsl inline
liately to the principal of Ihe UeposiU, thereby
tlvlliK them coiiipouiid interest.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
elso can draw it.
Oj.cn every biisiuessday IVoiiuta m. to 8 p.m.
a i Maturilay evcniuijs fur savintr.i deKsits only
rom ti to B o'rlock
W. HYSLOP. Treaaarer.
SIXTII STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures bia own Horaa Shoos and
can Assure Qood) Work.
STHATT0N & BIRD,
AOENT3 AMERICAM POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
llOX and BASKET CO
A!i kinds (hard and golt.)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATJI, &c.
Mill and Yard,
-orner Thirty-Fourth Stroo. and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
.An I lie.iler in
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
CJI'l'CI AI. atunlioi Riven to con :iVn mints an I
i.J IlillPL' f.lders
No si) uhio I.ev.e,
7 R tf.
KTI" UI ItO TS.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
raduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The lUjrriut ftide-vrbfel aleulii.-'
V'ALTkK H. I'CHXIN'lTOtt Ma-ter
( IIAHI.Ks I'KNMM.TON . . '.Clerk
IViii lea vi! Cuiro every Vi;i.NK.SlA V at li
o'dlH'k 11. III.
T he licet steiillii r
V.kh lloww.u Masier
1 li. 'liioMAs (.lei k
Leaves ( aim tery SATl'lfD.W.
Kach boat makes close connections at I air)
U'illi li ri.t-1'ii.i.a Kt..Miiit...i r.. , I ..in, M
phis and New Drluiius, and ut Kviinsvii'le itli
l l.u L' h. t I, 1J V i , - .
mr a . . . lb. Ik 11,1 UAI l,llllin .S Wl 1 1 Ullll r.JSI,
and with the .Louisville Mail Mtamers fo k all
poiuU ou the ' I'pper t ihio, pivinir tbi'Miich re
iieij is on freight and paswiiKera to all points
ror nir.ier iiuorniution apply to
.n.. Mi, tu, russeiijrer Agent.
MAI I.IDA Y Ilia is . J
I . M . 1'H II. 1.1 1'S. I
tic i.i i: .1 i:iriifiii
Siincrnitendciit and (vvneriil VreiLi-KL Ai.nt
pi-.l-Jo-lv. Kvansrille Indiana.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load
',ou, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jromptlv attended to.
Suf'l'o largo consumers and all
nanufaeturerB, wo aro prepared
;o supply liny quantity, by the
tnonth or year, at uniform rutcs.
CAIBO CITY COAL COKPAWY.
I y-llalliday l!ro "s olfliy, No 70 Ohio Levee.
t j-lliiliiihiv Hro Mlinil hiKit.
I p.M Lnyplian MilU, or
I J"Al ihe tual Hump, f.iot ol T iiity-Kij;!
I l'ust (lihce lirawer, :sm
IVsil It AM i:.
T3 OHIO LEVEE, '
City National Buk Building, up-uir.
fh OldMt EatAbliahad Aney to Boat
ra Illiaoia, rcvraasiittuv svsi
65 000 000