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J. Q. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lots,
rxchanjfe for SU Louis property.
The south ballofthe Pilot" house at
Good two atory brick "tore room on
Commercial avenue between Eleventh
Firitt floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar itreet.
Saloon and fixture, south went corn
jT Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivotioe, at a bargain.
CotUge on Twelfth utrcet. west of
Jommorcial avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cro "trent, wes
of Washington avenue.
Two.btmlnesa homes on Levee street,
above Eighth, $20 each.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, tiCAr Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 roota on Twenty-third
street, and llolbrook avenue $0. Good
yard and cUtcrn.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 fio.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
Up tlri of ouse on Commercial av
enue, near lirth street. Suitable) for
business, and J welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Itow, 6 rooms each for $10
er month. Will be put in flrst-cliws
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Itent low, to a good tenint.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Jtooms In various parts of the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Iands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
i. (IKOKUK TmiOL-K
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and chlldrens' hair cut or drescd.
either at tha shop or their home.
UMkw aujsd flatting.
At tlic store room of ('. Koch, on
'ommercial avenue. No. W, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock;
of St. Ixjuis custom made ttoots and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of bin
own make. Boots and hocs made to
order of first-class material and satUfac
tion guaranteed. 0-2f-tf
t the ulm of Colorado
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fu
JUilroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $.V), allowing
stop-off privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manitou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Muourl River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For tuaptf, time tables and the " San
Juan Guide, " address,
T. J. AsDr.Rsox.
Oei. Pass. Agt..
7-lMf 'form, Kan.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar hi supplied with
pure wines, choice li-piors and the 11 nest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jo. Ro.MtKKR, Prop'r,
I will continue the sale of books and
stationery and musical goods as hereto
fore at Robbing' Musical Uazar, until
Thursday, July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase goods at
retail or in jobbing lots will consult
their Interest by purchasing now.
I will receive bids for either stock of
goods In bulk at any time.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence tlie sale of books and station
ery pertaining to the estate of V. 15.
ICockwell & Co., and the stock of mu
sical goods belonging to the estate ot C
Uobbins A Co.,
AT PUBLIC Al'CTlOX,
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire stocks are dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
ottered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. Gcokuk FirtHKK, Assignee,
Of V. li. Itookwell, bankrupt, and C.
Jtobbins it Co., bankrupts.
( Atno, July 21st, 170. 7-22-tt
Single cord $3 SO
Five ;ord lots m 3 25
COAL PARAUISK AND I1IO MUDDY '.
Single ton $3 M
Five " - a 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
filled. A choice lot or kindling on band
by C. VY. Wheeler 4 Co.
The store reom now occupied by Bobbin's
Music Baxar, and Kockwell's Bookstore, on
Commercial avenue, between feUtb and
beventb streets. Apply to A. liotto, next
door to Ike WaUer's clothing store, Ohio
Lyon's Kathaikon makes beautifu
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevent Its fall
log out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and baa norlval. 3-10-dAwly
I laaujr aaMror
I hi. tan. a
swsi il tll an voa ahiaa ui vill auaut aa turn
avHMv . ArtiliMi.
. Xetua Mvettirt hui 0., at tems, Ms.
W ars authorised to announce JOHN II.
KOHINftON as a cand ida'e for hh.-rifof Alex
amler county, at Uie coming county election.
mumUon Is an indetndent Krpuullnan candi
dal lor NberuT, at tlx ensuing county election.
we are authorised W announce PKTBR 8At:i,
f. . tt I nrl......l. a ...I I . I - :m - . .1'
etander county, at the ensuing county election.
RATES) or ADVERTISJIXU.
tJAU bills for adTertUinc, are due and pay
able lit ADTAHC1
Transient advertising will be inserted: at the
rate of II Of) per square for the Unit insertion
and 80 oenta for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing anddispl
For Inserting runeral notice II oo Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders W) cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Bupper notioea
will only be inserted as advertisements
Ko advertisement will be received at leas than
SO cents, and no advertisement will 1 inserted
for less than three dollars per month
Local Bualneaa Notices, of
tan Unas or more. Inaorted
la tha Bulletin a fallows :
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No Redaction will be made in above
ASCAIN I.ODUK, NO. 61.
KniphW of I'ythias, luwts every Tt
day niglit at half-pant wtven, in Odd-
eli.jws' llall Hows,
OAI.KXANDKtt I.ODUK, NO. 224.
Inlernilent Ord.T of 0ld-Kl
lows, meeu every TtaurwUr niKht
at half-utt seven, in Ibeir nail on
Joinmeiriul avenue, between sixth snJ Heventb
tri'i'ti N. A. Usvore. N U
AlkO KNXAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F.. merU
vm O.ia-llowi' Hall on the first and Uiird
I iut) in every month, at half-tsutt seven
A. CoMim:s, C P
A CAIKO MIUK. NO. 237, A. r. A A. M.
lioM reirulnr coinmuniratlons in Ma-
Kmic Hull, corner CouiiuerciHl avenue
' ' and Kifrlith street, on Uie second and
'onrtb Momlav of each month.
Sl'XUAY. AUGCST C. 17C.
Loestl Weather ksin.
Cairo, III., Auk. . ItfTO
WlWD. I VL. WAT.
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Sergeant, BiKital service, I'. 8. A.
Presiding Klder Pierce will preach in
the Methedist church to-day.
Services at the Christian Church to
day, at II a. m. All are Invited.
The Hon. D. T. Linegar made a speech
to the Democrats of Paducah hvst night.
The Blandville Ifc'inocrat? held an
other rousing Tiiden and Hendricks rati
fication yesterday, and raised a big pole.
Mr. Walter Pettis returned to Cairo
and business from a month's trip through
the east, yesterday morning.
The building ot Thlstlcwood Hin
kle's tobacco warehouse, at the corner of
Fourth street and Ohio levee, will begin
Miss Jennie McKen.ie left by the
steamer Fibk last evening, for a week's
visit to fi lends and relatives in Metropo
lis. Mr. S. P. Wheeler left Cairo on Thurs
day nitfht for Green Lake, Wisconsin,
where his wife and lamily have been so
journing for some weeks.
The Hon. John M. Lansden took bis
departure from this city on Friday nhfht
for Jacksonville, where he will join
bis tamily. preparatory to a trip to
Chicago and F.astern cites.
An error in the Blllktin of yester
day, made us give the St. Cluirles arri-
vals to the Planters House, and the
Planters House arrivals to th St.
Charles. To err Is but human.
That old Inliabltant, Tom Wilson, who
is the pest ot the police and city j ailcr,
was up again lu the police courts yester
day for being drunk, and sent to the cala
boose. Tom is so familiar with the
cooler, that it has no horrors for him. He
wouKl just as soon be In as out.
Mr. Wm. Gilbert, of the law ilnu of
Green & Gilbert, leaves to-day for the
home of his father, Judsre Gilbert, at St,
Marys, Mo. He will join bis
wife and children at St. Marys, and pro
ceed to Alton, where they will enjoy a
short visit to the parents of Mrs. Gilbert,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Barry.
At the Church of the Itedeemcr, Four
teenth street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, the usual services
are announced, for this morning at
eleven o'clock, and this evening at eight
o'clock. Kev. Charles A. Gilbert, rector.
Sunday school at nine o'clock this morn
ing. All are cordially invited to attend.
Aiuonir the urouiiuent arrival, at the
St. Charles yesterday were A. S. Stern,
Cincinnati; W. B. Heath. Chicago;
Henry Goldman, New York ; It. P.
Johnson. Clinton. Kv : William II. AvU.
St. Louis ; I,. C. Wells, Wheeling. Va. ;
J. W. bwaln. fans, Ky; James Morris.
Cape Girardeau ; John Sproat, Colum
bus: James Logan, Cincinnati; II.
At the Planter's House yesterday were
the lollowlnir iruests: J. II. Moore.
J. S. Howe aud J. L. Miller. Kentucky ;
C. J. Barlow. Barlow city, Ky.; J. F.
Locke. Keutucky ; ltobert Foster and
wife, Chicago; P. Schofleld, Evans-
vUle : J. W. Blunt, St. Louis ; Mrs. T.
R. Colanand Mrs. Jauiei H. Hilton,
Charleston, Mo. ; II. Dean, Cincinnati ;
Dr.H.C. Cotlctt, Hickman, Ky., I
Openhlmer, Louisville ; N. . EUltborpe,
Chicago l S. . VI(k, Marion; 8. II.
Hood, Moscow; Bernard Gnthmatne,
Cape Girardeau ; Mr. Kohn, Paducah.
THE PAST WEEK POLITICALLY.;
THK CONQRKHHIOMAL COS VKJiTlO.V.
The past week has been a week of po
litical excitement in Cairo. On Tuesday
the congressional convention met and
nominated Mr. Hartzell for congress, and
Mr. Hill, of I'nlou county, for member
of the state board of equalization. Of
Hartzell It Is unnecessary to speak. lie
will wipe out his competitor without
any difficulty. Mr. Hill is a good man,
new to politics, but reputed by his neigh
bors to be a first-class man la every re
spect. The convention was a very quiet
one almost sleepily so. It met to do a
cut-and-dried duty. Itev. Mr. Kroh ad
dressed it. and talked Democracy with
good vim, and now, Iord bless his soul,
he has bolted and is running as an lnde
!endent candidate lor the legislature !
Well, such things can't be helped ; and
It is a fact, lamentable or otherwise, that
not a few Democrats of Union and Jack
son hanker alter Crow, spelled K-r-o-h.
Hon. Geo. W. Wall presided, and did It
1IIK NHillT MEETING.
On Tuesday night, many of the dele
gates remaining in the city, a large Dem
ocratic meeting was held at the foot of
the Tiiden aud Hendricks pole on Ohio
levee. It was managed by Judge Uross
and Capt. Williams, and was a success in
every way. Judge Green spoke tirst,
and ably discussed the issues of the day.
He raised his voice tor reform in every
department of the government, and se
cured hearty rounds of applause. The
Judge was followed by D. T. Linegar,
Ksq.. who made an able address. He
spoke from the standpoint of a converted
Republican, and gave bis old party not
a few hard raps over its knuckles. Mr.
Llnegar's discussion of the financial Issue
was particularly hnppy, and the silver
part of it was golden. We arc glad that
Linegar has put on the reform harness,
and his friends or rather the gentlemen
who profess to be bis particular friends
have no right to denounce us because
they believe we do not devote suflicient
attention to him. On one occasion the
young gentleman who runs our local ma
chine forget to say that Mr. Linegar had
addressed our people, much to our regret.
We explained to him. and he fell upon
our neck a.id forgave us. Then, when
he made his great speech on Tuesday
night last, our young man, who has no
taste for good things in oratory or poli
tics, dissmissed David among others
with a word or two. This was wrong,
and we were properly denounced lor It.
The young man might have gone by
Green and the other fellows without a
word, but d n it, you see, it was wrong
to ignore Linegar. But we are sure Mr.
Linegar knows that the Bulletin has a
very kind side for him, and lias never
done anything since the times we used
to abuse him for being a Republican,
that he has objected to. We are therefore
confident that this Ignoring cry will be
discontinued by Mr. Linegar's friends.
Well, as we were saying : Linegar made
a tine speech, aud was applauded to the
echo. He was followed by Col. Robert
Hundley, ot Williamson county, in an ad
dress so humorous that it put everybody
into a laughing mood, and so forcible
ttiat it compelled cheers and shouts of ap
proval. The colonel talked nearly an
hour. While he was at his work, Capt.
Jesse Mahaflie sent up to the pole's head
a beautiful, large Hag, and everybody
cheered long and loud. Mr.
Sumerwell, who was one of
the pole-raisers, stood ofl, and
beamed with delight as the Hag spread
its folds and went up into the midnight
air. Capt. Williams was also one of the
admiring observers, and he swore in are
ligous way, that the pole was the great
est pole in the world, that Mahaflie and
Sumerwell were the greatest pole-raisers
in the universe and that Tiiden and Hart
zell were bound to be elected by majori
ties ot mammoth proportions. After the
flag had been hoisted, Mr. Oberly spoke
a piece. Its great merit was brevity.
Then Rev. Mr. Kroh made a tine speech
of its kind, and the meeting broke up
with cheers. Tuesday was a good day,
aud Tuesday night was a fine night.
THE JONKSBORO CONVENTION.
On Thursday morning, about a hun
dred Democrats, with the National brass
band went up to Joncsboro in a special
train on the Cairo aud St. Louis narrow
gauge. Arriving at Joncsboro the
Cairo visitors marched to the square ii
procession, and then scattered through
the town. After dinner Judge Allen
made a good speech in the public square
to a big crowd ot good Democrats. He
spoke an hour and a half. In the mean
time the senatorial district convention
was going on ; and, in It the Cairo dele,
gation, led by Judge Green, greatly dis
tinguished itself. Mr. Fitzgerald was
chairman of the convention, and bandied
it with skill. He had a difficult task to
perform, but he acquitted himself to the
cutire satisfaction ot every member of the
convention. The nominations were made
aud we all came home. Everybody was
delighted with the trip, and some ot u
were just as happy us a big sun flower.
Take it all in ail, last week was a lively
one in a political way ; aud the result of it
will be that, settling down to work, we
will elect the lemocratic ticket from top
to bottom sure.
TO TAX FA VCKSI LAMT t'AI.I..
llaviuir extended to Delinuuent Tax
Payers all the leniency I can legally or
salely extend, I shall resume the sale ol
Delinquent Lands aud Town and City Lets,
on Mouday morning next, August 7th, and
conclude the sale on Wednesday evening.
A. II. Ikvis,
Aug. 6, l7tf. Qi-t) Collector.
I will at 10 o'clock on Monday morn
ing, August 7tb, sell at public auction,
t tha stnr house of John McNultv, a
large lot of household goods, all in good
The Him of W. K. Axley A Co. Is this
day dissolved by mutual content.
WM FRENCH AXLEY.
Cairo, Ills., July illst, 1670.
The undersigned will continue the alio
null BUM VsiUillllBniVii iMioiiiciw ti tiifj Iffell'l
lately occupied by W.F. Axley & Co.. unl
U'Alllil tilt it it sa a,li a Pat a V-illhliA rtarfSmswsA
CllAS. . DKI.AY.
Cairo Ills. July 81 nt 176.
Tha laleal, greatest, and mn? reliable
remedy ever put together by medical urienre,
for Itheiimatiem, WoiimJs, Swellings, Hums,
Caked llrcast, A, n the Centaur Liniment,
There are two kinds. What the White I.inimest
Is for the hunisn lamily, tlis Yellow Centaur
Liniment is for spavined, lame and strained
horses and animals . mar?' w Lit
ChiMren fry for Oastorla. it U a
iileaxaut to take as honey, and is atwulutelv
harmless. It is sure to expel worms, cure wind
colic, res-ulnte the bowels and stomsrh, and
evercoms irritability caused by rseh or cutting
teeth. It is a jierfect nulxUtute for astiir (ill,
and fur OHtivenenn in young or old there is
nothing In existence so effective and reliable.
Will, of course, wish to fee all the sights
comfortably and cheaply To tills end the
CANADA SOUTHERN K Y COMPANY
has, through its connections in the Wes
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Tourists' Excl usion Tickets
at greatly reduacd rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at I'biladelhla, but can, in addit
ion, isit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at any of the great
number or famous resorts in New Y'ork
and rcnnylvania. The CANADA HOC ril
ERN is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
View of the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HOHSE-SIIOE FALL, the GREAT
KAPID.S, and landing them directly at the
falls. The track of the CANADA SOUTH
ERN Is an air line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves
or grades; wood Is used for fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the Winchell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring prefect frsedom from
dust. With its complete system of maguif
eent PARLOR SLEEPING AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND T LEDO, and Its admtr
ahle connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND KCFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast hecominif the
FAVORITE LINK TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at a)
omces or connecting lines, or at the com
Any information ran be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't. Detroit.
low T Make Honey.
We will state that the Rurest, best and
speediest way to 'multiply and increase"
is to call at No. 12 Wall Street, New Yotk,
and consult with Alex Frothlngham Hi Co,
These gentlemen, who have long been
Identified with the bi.-tory and atlairs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary affairs, and in everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proficiency. It may also he said that
of the many Brokers in that city they are
not only the tnoxt popular, but alo the
most successful, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Among the customers ot the house of
Alex Frothingham & Co., are some of our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
firm lor much of the wealth they now enjoy.
During the long and successful exper
ience ol Messrs. Alex. Krothinghara & Co.,
in this city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business alm"t
colossal in its proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year is something wonder
ful, and often forms the subject of com
ment. It needs buta visit to their spacious
offices in Wall street to prove the truth of
ihe above statement.
How they manage to convert $10 to $20,
tf) to $40, $10 into tm. and so on, is a
secret which they alone can explain ; hut
that they succeed in doing so Is a fact too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
weuld satcly and profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor this firm
with your cash and confidence. That by so
doing jou will reap an abundant reward,
the experience of thou'ands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these times of totterimr
banks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the most Indifferent and careless
Messrs Alex. Frotliintrham & Co.. are
prepared to invest money to any aroouot in
the best securities, aud in every transac
tion in which they may be engaged guar
antee entire satisfaction tothoe who honor
them with their patronage.
jfJTSend for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who desire them. From X. '. Me
trnpolU, April 111, 187ti. 7-lS-eod;iin
F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine er Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, geueral weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror or death, sight sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness sf vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptio syinp.
toius, hot bauds, of the holy, dry
ness of the ski countenance and
eruptions on in. iruying me uioou.
pain in uie uarktxiness ot me cyeuus,
frequent black spoTrlying before the eyes
with lemp9rary sunision ami loss or signt,
want oi attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying heallli who have used it. Tuke
only E. F. Kunicl's.
Heware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well knows all over the country, drug
gists themsclvtsmske an imitation aud try
to sell it oil to llielr customers, w hen they
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Hitler W ine of Iron is put up
only iu r)l boU.es, sud has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's uboDgraph on the wrapper ol
each bolilo. Always look for the ulioto-
grapb on ihe tuuide, and you w ill always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or six fr fa. aoiu uy uruggisi and
ALL WOKMS KKMOVEU ALIVE.
K. K. Kunkd's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy Pin Scat and Ktoiuacb Worms.
V nuukel, lue ouiy aui-ciwiui pnysician
who removes Tape Worm io two hours
alive, with heal, and oo fee uutil removed,
Common sense teaches that II Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can De readily
destroyed. Se.id lor eircular to Dr. Run
kel. No. 259 North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm syrup.
Price, 1.00. It never lalls.
The last chanre for good agricultural lands on
1 as Ybahs' Cksdit. at Si ran cbxt. interest.
Iion'l run an risks, but go to a country Uiat has
been proved to be good. Head your address by
postal card ut Lsud Coiu'r. b. it at. It. K ,
kurltMioe. Iowa, and seveflM copy of Iowa
and Kebraska Farmer, with chart of land, aud
w round trip rates. a-ai-wsinu.
WHOLES ALK AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
tJorner 18th St. and Commercial At,
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
City National Bank
W. P HALL1DAT, President.
IIKNKY L. IIAI.LIllAY, Vice Presl
A R K AFFORD, Cashier.
WALTfcll 1IYSLOP. Ass't Cashier.
fl. HtAATS TlTLOB, H K. CrWMHOIIAM,
II I.. Mallidat, W. V. Hai.i.idat,
ti. D. Williamson. Stipmi Hmid,
A . 11, Satfohi),
Exchange, Coin and Unitod States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general Ranking
T ftross, President. II. Wells, Cashier.
l Neff. Vice Pres't. T. .1. Kcrth, Asst. ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
F. Rrirts, Cairo. Wm. Kluire, fairo.
P. Nell, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A. Susanka, Cairo. R. I.. liillinirsley,t. Ixmis
K. Under, Cairo. li. Wells, Cairn.
F. II. llrinkmun, St. Louis,
A Uenetnl Unit kin a; Ilaalnes none.
l"TEx"hanire gold and bought. Interest paid
a Uie Savings Department. Collection made,
tid all buoin ess iironmtly attended to.
CHARTERED If ARCH SI, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A. B. 8AFFORD, President.
8. S. TAYLOR, Vice President .
W. UYbLOP. tteo'y and Treasurer.
P.W. Barclay, Cuas. Galiuhkr,
F. M. SrOCSFLTH, PAIXG bCHl'H,
B. li. L'CK.-CIJtOlLAM. 11. L. ILallidat,
J. it. PulLLirs.
rxTEREST paid on deposit at the rate ol six
percent, peranuuni, March lot and hiteiu
jar 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added iinme
lintel y to the principal of the dejiosibi, thereby
riving them comuouud in te rent.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every business dsy from 0a.m. to S p.m.
ad balurday evening for savings deposits ouly
romo to a o'clock.
W. HTSXOP. Treaamrer.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advances made on Conxipiinient. Al
straets of Titles made, Cenveyunee umf
Collections attended to.
Atteutiou to business, and Remittance
Auction Nules Every Nttturdny
DISPENSARY ( li.Vr
Thirty yrnrteHM-incaiii tliMruatiiH-ulut tiexuai uia
Chroma Dices)uf both mii.
ISiTr A VLytologic-sU Viuw vt M. ui.i
tvr ineiMUTieU ana lho ruiiU-lntHitIiiij
iiaiiiiLF, ou nt; iiiyeit-nrsj ii rtinjui'i
ioM ft nil thai aM-4'rft iiitiriiiit.ua til v.mfli-
manhoo4 aud womanhood An UlyairaLml buoa ! ' iiaji t.
tor private- muling, hu h shou4 be tveirt uudir luca au4
k y. H. nt umi. r -a) trAocti.
A PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on all disrate
of a Private Nalur ill buth , th almM-n nU tl.a
orders ol I liv at-xual ay at tin, and theiiitanaulvurv,ijja'ii
V ilri t titfravinit, rut uiuitr aral tnr2i i tf.
MEDIC AX ADVICE ou brsuulaud Chronle Ihtt-uu
ft iitinal Wakiira, Catarrh. t'aiur, Hnisturv, tti Ofuuiri
Hiihit, . a60at( wuik nt undt-r a I lor lt eta. All
three books luniaiuinj; 460 pagooandrvfryttiiitK wortk
auuwiiiit ou thcaubjuct, twut aoouroiy aaled a re
et'ipt of 60 ct. Adtlrraa, Dr. Bulla Ditpontary,
It o.l2 N. 8th rt.. tt. Loii.Mo. ji:taiiu4 m; f
N Irevla. hi
C'tiartercd by Ui
Htute of Illinois
for Uie exprets
.ti ....i ,.t ..rlrata. elimnir. and tuiuiut ill-
... ..II il.ir e.iliililu'Mted forms. It is Well
kuuwu that lr. Janies lias alood at tlie heud of
lue proleslon lor iu lai J" " "P"
eiierieuiareall-iuiiKiiUut. aJeuiiwal Hesili.
uema, nitflit lossra by dreauis. jimiile ou Uie
faos lost luauhood. can itosltivelr ba euivetl
Lalies wautiug the mot delicaui atteutiou. cull
...urila. V Lauuuit hiuua tut kNttieuU. A Dooa
for tlie million. Marriage Uuida, which tails
you all about tueae diseases who should marry
not 10 eenU til liaV DOSUUIV. Ir- JalUea
has3U rooms and parlor. You see uo out) but
tha doctor Ofllce hours, a.m. lo 7 p.m. uu'
days, W to U. AU business strictly evandea
The BcLi.fcTiN i.rinlim
establishment makes a
SeclaltT of Rill Heads,
Not Heads, letter Heads,
.Statements, Cards, K.tc Look at these .ricet
Small size bill heads, per HWU $1 ()
Medium site bill heads, tier thousand 3 75
All on fourteen pound rsr, Carlisle mills,
ruled two cents per pound higher than pun-r
owl liy any other offlce niled to order at the
mills eitecilly for this olliee
HtatemenU. Carl y Me, per lusi f.
letter Heads, Crlyle, per Vk 4 So
Note Heads, Carlysle, per loot) ,t oo
ViHitinKcanls ier package ;5c
Ilusineii rards, No. 1 3-ply BriKtol Imard.
er lisxi An to 4 MI
TtUMiit cards, No 1 blank, tier Iikhi 3 ml
gusrter-tslieet, half-sheet, full-Kheet and three-
nw-i posters, and colored Work Im-1ow Ht. Louis
Pamphlet, Book Work and Trice Lists nmde
Uy virtue or an execution to nie dirertcil
bv thi Clerk of tbi t 'in-iiif i vi,rt nr ii,...
ander County, In thp State of Illinois, in
fnvnr nf llirnnril MnMannu .h.l
. . - - -' - .......... u ti -1 ..iiinL
.lames A. Fry, 1 have levied upon the tol-
lowincf lienor! heil nrnitni te In l'ifM. A.l.ltt.
lon to the City of Cairo, in the County of
k lov....... ..... .11- J . .
.ir.diiut-i anil rinic ui Illinois, io-wii:
All of thn riuht. title and Interest of s;iid
...nue j. .. r ry in nnu to lot nuniiif red tnir
teen (l.si in block nuniliercd fortv-seven (47)
wmcn i snail otler nt iublle mile at the
Month-WCt dnof nf th I'nxrl llmi.o i Ihn
City ot Cairo, in the Countv or Alexander
bm.4 kl.l. n. ft,: i . i " ...
'" 1 "i Illinois, on ine mill unv ol tic-
tober, A. I., imtO, at the hour of eleven
.-.i...i. . , , . ... . .
ci-, a. ji., ior can, o satilr said c
ecution. Ai-kx. 11. Iitviw,
sheritT of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo. Ills,,.hilv V2. 1H7. dtd
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington nd Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny'a.
KKKl'S for sale the liest Bw f, Pork, Mutton
Veal, amb. Suusajre, Ac.. aul is nre
lrsd U serve ISnilliea in an soenptabln m ler
JunctVSn of Broadway, 7th Avenue ami
NEW YORK CITY,
Three HlocVs west of li rand Central Depot
near the Klcvatod Railroad, and but twen
ty minutes from Wall Street. All modern
improvements. Kates $1 per il.iv. (.lit
eral terms to faiiialii'.
CHAS. E. LELAND, Proprietor
Of Delevan House. Albany, N. ..ati.l
Clarendon Hotel, 8uratot:a. ' 7-7-d:tin.
W 11 K UK AS Thiimas Sullivan, by hi eerlain
sale mortiraire. ilnlv exeeiitl. ilelivuii il
and reeonleil, in the rei'order'sollieeol'Alex.in
der comity, State of Illinois, In Hook "."
i-nire convey lo tlie unili r-lfriiiH inane.
Wuliler, (which suid miirtffUL'e bears date the
llrut Mull rv..i..iU. i It .1...
... ....j v, ."..I n , . . i-,..,
lollowiiifc dexcrilied real ectate, lyiiix and be
injr in the city of tairo, county of Alexander,
and Mute of lllinoin, to-wit: lxt numbered
tiiiriy-eurut (), in tiloek numliered lllty-lour
(4) , to neeui-e the payment of hi certain prom
itwory note bearinK even date with naid innrt
paxe, for the sum of sixty ih-1ihi itiillurii, with
interest at the rate of ten ier cent . r annum
from date, until paid. Aud win reus, the aaid
Thomas Sullivan having made, default in the
payment of the money go secured tube paid as
aforesaid! now, thefors, 1, (lie undersigned
mortfaree aforesaid, under and virtue of the
mnrtpaife al'oreiaid, hen by give nutii-e Unit I
will, on Saturday, the l-Hll dsv ol AuiiBt. at
the hour of 2 o'clock, p, m.,A. I.. IsTii, sell at
public vendue to the hiRbeHt bidder for eaah,
at the front door of the court house, In the eily
of Cairo, countv of Alexander and siuie of Illi
nois, the real eMtate ao conveyed to him by the
..I". "iwi taKi .i-rui-m ouie ,.aMii in nanu.
1SAAI W.VI.M.U, Mortiratree.
Caii-o. tils.. .Inly Inth, l-Trt. 7-l-illd.
SIXT1T STREET, Between OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures his own Horse Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
St. Charles Hotel,
tEICti EIJKIJ 10 IIII IHE Wi
Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Spsolal Rates by Wssk or Month.
A limited number of very desirable tamily
rooms can be necured at reasonable lutea loi tbt
The M. Charles is the largest and bent auiioint
el House In Soulheru Illinois, and is tlie h-adma
hotel in Cairo. XotwllhatandiuK the' "lied
Hock" reduction iu prices, the table will, as
usual, la- lilierally kupplied with tlie very U'M
of everything that can lie loiiiid in market .
'ine lurjre sample rooms fur commercial trav
elers, on around lloor, IVeeol'eharire.
CfAII bari.nu.rsot'-iiwita convey etl toandirmn
Uie hotel without clnii'Ke
JKWKTT M Il'tlX &( (.,
4-ltl-tf. I'ropi ietors.
IVil.NT Al OIIJS.
Blake A Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
SVall Paper, Window Qlaae, Win
dow Shades, &c.
always on hand, Uie celebrated illumiuatirg
Ooroar Elovoatb Street and V,llln
is Hkly HullvllB).'
1. !5 per yer, posts. peliJ- r
Tsiier ruull-- iM 8ou" UHaoui.
rrnisiaio!V fikRcn akts.
sraATTON a BmHrA
A.QENT3 AUERICAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio L.wee.
BOX and BASKET CO
Ah kinds (hard and soft,)
PLOORINQ, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-rourth Street and
And Dealer ill
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'Kt 1 AI. ntteutioi nurn biconsiKUinents an I
No Ko Ohio Ivee,
7 r. ir.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawneetoun, Evans
villo, Louisville, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
The eli-Kiuit sido-wheel steam
WaLTSH H. 1'knnimuToS MjMer
LllAlll.ts IV.N.MM.loV I lerk
Will leave t'a!ro every W KDNKSDAV at 8
o'cloek t. in.
'I he tli-t straimT
Ko. TllOM A-.. . .
Leaves ( airo etery SATl'ftDAY.
Each hunt makes close connections at Cairo
With tli!t-class steamers for M l.oui, Mem
lihisaud New (irleans, and at Kvansviile with
the K. C li. It tor all points Norili utid Kant,
and with the l.ouinville Mail Meamerd to ball
uointsonthe I ier Ohio, idviux tl.roui-Ii re
eeliiu on freights und iMumeiitrera to all oint
lor iu iher Information amdy to
MM,. MLVfclt, Vassenirer Aueut.
J. M. I'HILUPS, ' iKnui.
Or to l. J. CiKAMMKIl,
oiiieriiitendent and General Freight Afreut,
I KI-.M-Iv. KvaiiBtille ludiuua.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
jrompUv attended to.
SkS"To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
;o supply any quantity, by tha
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIItO CIT? COAL COMPANY.
t llalliday H ro i. nice, No 70 Ohio Levee.
I fllairnlay liro 'swhurthoat.
fAt Kiryitian MilU, or
ll'At the Coal Dump, foot of TtiUty-Kituth
8 l is t
I fVo6l tJllii- Drawer, si.
73 OHIO UEVEE,
City VaUoBat BAAk BuUimf , p-uui.
7h Oldaat KateUUbed AaT U Soat
ra Ullwajiaj. ypro mUmt rm
t3& 000 OOO