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J. Q. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
exchange for St. Louis iroTty.
Ttt south halt of the 'Tilot" house at
Oood two story brick store room on
Commercial avenue Ix-twoen Florcnth
First floor of brick dwelling comer
Nineteenth and i'oplar street.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth itrcet and Commercial
ivemic, at a bargain.
Cottajro on Twelfth utreet, went of
Jomtnerclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross utreet, wes
of Washington avenue.
Two.lniHineM houses on leve strti't,
above Eighth, f X) each.
A good, cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
itreet, and Holbrook avenuo $0. (lood
yard and cistern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'or.lar street, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above,
lp stairs of ouse on Commercial av
enue, near lath street. Suitable for
business and J welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8 and 8,
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each for $10
ler month. Will be put in tlnd-class
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store rooin, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
-Hoonn In various parts of ttie city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Land, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
J. OKOKtiK bftJUNHOL'SK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the plae to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth have,
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their home?.
lnlhtr Odd Finding;.
At tlie store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. W. below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large f took
of St. Louis custom made XxhjU and
shoes. lie also keeps ou hand a good as-
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of his
own muke. Boots and shoes made to
order of first-chug material and eatbdac
tion guaranteed. C-2i-tf
Oa t tb Slauntalns r t'olorada
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railroad, 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 aud all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip ti kets to Ienver, only allowing
stop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring,
Manltou and I'ike's I'eak. Iaiw emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman 1'alace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River aud Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions wade at 1'ueblo with trains for
louver and Northern Colorado.
For iiiapw, time tihles and the " San
Mian tiiiide,'' address.
T. J. Asdkrsox,
7-lMf Topkka, Kan.
ThU popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors aud the finest
brands of cigars.
:t-25-tf Joh. Ronkkkr, 1'rop'r.
I w ill continue the sale of books and
stationery and uia-.ical goods as hereto
fore at Robbin' Musical linear, uutil
Thursday, .July 27th.
Parties desiring to purchase good at
retail or in jobbing lots will consult
their Interest by purchasing now.
I will receive bids for cither stock of
good la bulk at any lime.
I will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the sale of books aud station
ery pertaining to the estate of W. B.
Rockwell & Co., and the stock of mu
sical goods belonging to the estate of C
Robbins & Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire stocks are dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
ottered to the people of Cairo aud vicin
ity. Ukokok FisiiKR, Assignee,
Of W. li. Rookwell, bankrupt, an I C.
Robbin 4t Co., bankrupts.
Caiko, July 21st, 1870. 7-23-tt
Single cord $3 50
Five 3ord lots 3 23
COAL VABADISK AND 11IU MUDDY !
Single ton $3 50
Three 3 23
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling ou hand
by C. W. Wheelkk & Co.
Aug 4-2 m
The store raom now occupied by Kobbln's
Music Bazar, and Rockwell' Bookstore, on
Commercial avenue, between Sixth aud
Seventh streets. Apply to A. Botto, next
door to Ike Welder's clothing store, Ohio
Lyon's Katuaikok makes beautifu
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevent its fall
ing out or turning irray, it bas stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
aud has oorlval. 3-10-dAwiy
ui may yfpawur
lr. mii lit
VOU aTtrtmat faW.
U-W II Will mmm mi anattitsiaT ssAal feiMli as&M uaa
Ittutitf, etsArtriasi. "
f ok MtKKtrr.
We are authorized to announce JollN II,
Ho HI N. son as a csndlda'e fur sticnffof Alex
andcr county, at the coming county election.
We are authorized to announce that It. A. Kd
nitindauB Is an independent Kepublicaa candi
date lor hheriu at the rnauinK county election.
We are authorized to announce I'K.TKH S A UP,
fur an Independent candidate for sheriff of Al
riandcr county, at the ensuing county election.
HATr.N or AnVKRTIftlSU.
I J-All bill for advertising, are due and pay
able IN ADVAKCB
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rate of It 00 per square for the lint insertion
and W nente for each subsequent one A Mural
discount will be made on standing and dinpl
For inserting Punerat notice It Of) Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders BO cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Suptier notices
will only be inserted as ad vertisenicuts
No advertisement will be received at less than
BO cents, and no advertisement will lie inncrted
for less than three dollars er month
local Buaineas Notices, of
ten tinea or more. Inserted
la the Bulletin as follows :
Commence Counting- at ten Lines.
One insertion per line 1 Oenta
Two Insertions per line .... 7 Oenta
Three Insertions per line .....10 Cents
Six lnsertlone per line 16 Oente
Two weeke per line - 25 Centa
One month per line ..36 Centa
No Reduction will be ma. 4s in above
A8CALON LOlKiE, NO. 61.
Knights of Pythias, meet every Pri
iUy mirht at half-pant seven, in Odd-
t'elluws' liall Howe,
OALKXANDKB LOIXiK, NO. 224.
In'trpeniient Order of Old-f el
low, mtvu every Thurslay niKbt
st half-pant seven, in their hall on
nuti-n'.ial avenue, between nixth anJ Seventh
.rn . A, 1kvokk , N (J
r, AIRO K.VCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. P., meets
Kjn iMd-relliwn' Hall on the first and third
I lu-silsy in every month, at half-past seven
A. C'imiwiis, C P
A CAIKO I.OIXiE. NO.237.A F. it A. M.
Hold n-inilar comniunirations in Ma
sonic Hall, cimer Commercial avenue
xni KiKhth street, on the second and
'otirth Monday of e'.b monUi.
Tt'KSDAY. AIGI ST H. 1;C.
Ioral Weal tier Heporu
Caiho.Iu.., Aujr. T, lSTi
Hah. J '.The,
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Ferceant. Signal .ervlce, l 8. A .
Mrs. C. W. Henderson Is spending a
few wh;Ws visiting frk-nds in Gibson
We are to have another ojh.'H uir cor.
cert to-morrow, Wednesday nielli, we are
Judge Ilileman of Joneeboro, and
Judge Irama of Carlxndale, were in
the city yesterday.
Yesterday was an UHU.sually lively day
in Judge Bird's police court, which was
the fruits of the labor on .Saturday and
Sunday of theothVers.
On next .Sunday night the Kev. Mr,
Gilbert, rector of the Church of the Re
deemer, will preach a sermon, taking for
his subject, "Hard Times and diving."
There w 111 be a meeting of the iK-tnor
cratic club at their hall on Ohio levee
this evening at seven o'clock. Business
of importanc3 is to be transacted, and a
full attendance of the Democrats of the
city Is requested.
There will be a special meeting of the
Sweepers at their .hall this (Tuesday)
evening at the usual hour. As there is
considerable business to be transacted it
Is hojied all Democrats will be present.
By order of the president pro tt-in.
William Q. McUF.k-.Sec'y.
Caiko, Ills., August 8, 1S7C.
The Democrats of CarbondaU will hold
a general ratification meeting on Satur
day night, next. The lion. George W.
Wall of DuCuoin, the Hon. J. B. May-
ham and the Hon. Frank Button, will
address the meeting. Mr. Oberly, of this
city lias also been Invited to inako a
speech, and will probably accept the in-
Among the arrivals at the Planters'
yesterday were William Edmunds, Chi
cago; Sam Foster, St. Louis; M. C.
Adams, Cobdeu ; Ira A. Flood, Boston ;
B. J. J ones and son, DuQuoin ; J. 11.
Spencer, Hickman ; Tom V. Foster, and
James F.squire, New Grand Chain; John
J. Price, l'urdy, Tenn, ; James II. Bugg.
1'aducah ; J. F. Damrou, Vienna.
Dick Owe.is was arrested yesterday by
Oflloer John Gladney, on .a complaint
made by a woman named Alice Jonc.
and taken before Judge Bird. Alice,
who is an inmate of a house of
fame, on Fifteenth street, swore that
Dick had assaulted, struck and lought
her, to which Dick raised no denial, aud
Judge Bird lined him live dollars and
costs. The prisoner gave security lor
the amount, and was discharged.
From Ex-City Treasurer B. F. Blake,
who, with his estimable, wife has beeu
sojourning In Philadelphia, we yester
day received the followlug letter :
John H. Oberly, Editor of the Only Keligious
Or sun i
Sir: In looking over the Ui'li.etix,
which will always be found on tile here,
I learn that the up-town baud stand is
going to wreck. Please have the stand
put in order and charge the expense to
me. It will be a gootf place to celebrate
the election ot Tildcn and Hendricks in
November. Yours, B. F. Blasik,
At the St. Charles yesterday were A.J.
Base, Bowling Green, Iud. ; J. 8. Frank,
lin, San Francisco ; P. W. Penney, Chi.
cago; W, V, Bradley, St. Louis ; George
Lee. Chicago, Mrs. S. E. Goldstein, Hot
Springs ; E. Warner, St. Louis ; William
Wiggins, Carbondale; C. D. Ilellpjr,
Wenons, Miss.; A. J. Kendal, Cin
cinnati; ,H. L. Eilkins, Chicago; John
Kendrick, Cincinnati; Mrs. A. D. I-each,
and family, Cnpe Girardeau; David
Glenn, A. L. Itasier, and Hunt Albert,
Cape Girardeau; William Calliton, In
dianapolis; W. II. Brcnnky, Evnnsvllle;
M. K. Ogdcn, Cincinnati.
The .loncsboro Umrltc In 8aklig of
the ratification in that city, aud of the
egging which the Joncsboro loys gayo
'Wash,",thc colored individual who went
with the National band to ,,toat" the bass
drum, says : "The Cairo band discoursed
delicious music throughout the alter
noon, and added greatly to the enjoy
ment of those present. The memlers
of the baul brought with them a col
ored boy, and some of the boys ot the
town saw proper to egg him. Several of
our most prominent citizens hayc called
upon us and denounced the outrage, and
desired us to assure the band that the oc
currence is very much regretted here.
The people of the town are In no manner
responsible for it.
On hvt Saturday night Deputy Sherill
John Shechan ami I illleer Sargent made
a raid on the old "Flat-Top" on Filth
street, where it has leooine the habit of
Idle darkies to congregate and pass away
the time in gambling on a i-niall scale.
Ou tills particular occasion there were
some eight or ten negroes busily engaged
in pitching "craps" in the upper storj
ot the house, all of whom but two suc
ceeded in getting away by jumping out
of the windows, etc. The two caught in
the house gave their names as Kobcrt
Pasey and Jordan Watkins, I'hey spent
Sunday In the lockup, and on resterday
morning were taken b:f ore Judge Bird,
who gave them each a fine of ten dollars
and costs. Pasey is a St. Louis steam
boat rouster, and promised to leave town
if the officers would give tiiui a stay of
execution, which they did. Watkins is
an old resident anJ chose to go to jail.
where he will board and labor for the
city for the next fifteen days. Another
darkey named Weaver, who was also in
the gang, was picked up on the street by
the officers yesterday morning, and also
suffered to the amount ot lifteen dollars,
for which he gave security and was dis
charged. The "Flat-Top," we are in
formed by the otlicers, is a hard place,
that they intend toning dow n, or "die in
On last Saturday a young man about
twenty-two years of age, named Swan
Grace, who Is in the employ ot a gentle
man named Brown living near Hlnkle
ville, Kentucky, came to Cairo. He pro
ceeded to the tobacco warehouse ot
Starughu, Hinkle & Co., on Tenth street,
and drew from Mr. Ilinklc one hun
drcd dollars. Sometime during the day,
he fell In w ith three young men well
known In this city, namely, Billy Good
all, Al. Whitehead and Charley
Scott, and the party went about doiug
the city together. All the party drank
freely, aud Grace, toward evening
found himself near'the corner of Fourth
and Walnut streets, with his three com
panions, engaged in a five card game, by
which they succeeded in getting away
from him about ninety-five dollars. As
soon as the game was ended, the victim
leit the party and hunted up Deputy
Sheriffs John Sheehan and John Cain to
whom he stated the case. The officers
immediately sought Mayor Winter, and
imparted to him the intelligence, and
were advised to set to J work
to capture Scott and his associates.
The officers, believing discretion to be the
better part of valor, shadowed the men
for several hours, and learned that Scott,
who was very much intoxicated, had
been spending money freely, and had
given several negroes small sums, with
the remark that money was no object to
him ; he could make plenty of it in this
town if times were hard. He finally
went to his home on Fourth street, and
went to bed. Shechan and C ain, believ
ing that he was safe enough, then turned
their attention to Whitehead and Good-
all. The latter they found lying on a
chicken coop at the corner of Sixth street
and Commercial avenue, and arrested
him. They shortly aftercaptured White
head, both of whom they lodged In the
county jail. They then repaired to the
house ot Scott, where they were
refused admittance by Scott's partner,
a woman, who is making her home
w ith him. They Informed her that if she
didn't oten the door, it would "come
down," which had the effect to bring
Scott out. He declared he could whip
all the policemen in Illinois, and that he
wouldn't move, but he did; and he too.
was locked up with Whitehead and
Goodall. Deputy Sheriff John Cain took
a skill on Sunday and crossed the river
to Kentucky, aud proceeded to the house
of Grace, for the purpose of bringing him
to Cairo to act as a w itness, and returned
with him yesterday morning. The pris
oners, however, said they were not ready
for trial, for they desired to secure the
services ot D. T. iLinegar, w ho was in
Paducah, but who was expected home
last evening, to defend them. Their pre.
liminary examinatiou will take place be
fore Judge Bross this evening. These
same gentlemen, we are credably
informed, arc suspected of having a hand
in a fleecing game w hich was perpetrated
on Friday night. A section boss on the
Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad,
named Pat Gill, cat no to this city on Fri
day, and took up his quarters at the Cin
cinnati House. Friday night he started
out lor a walk and met w ith parties whom
ho cannot name, but describes pretty
accurately, whom lie declares drugged
him, robbed him of thirty dollars in
money aud a watch worth forty-live dol
lars. and theu lelt liitu lying insensible
at the door of Cary's undertaker's estab
lishment on Sixth street, just back of
Harry Walker' Crystal saloon. Gill
avers that he was robbed while la the
Crystal saloon, but the officers who are
working up hut case can find no evidence
that will justify this belief. He Is still in
the city, and declare! bis Intention to re
main uutil he get some hold on the par
tie who victimized him.
Monday Evening, Aug. "th, 170. j
The weather since the last Issue of the
I'rtce-Currtnt has been for the greater
part of the time cool and very pleasant,
To-day it hag been cloudy, with a light
wind, and rain is looked for hourly. Busi
ness transactions have !ccn light through
out the city, and the river trade Is ex.
ceeditigly quiet, the arrivals and depart
ures for the past four or five days having
been very few and far between. The
rates to the South are the same as re
ported last 15 and 'M cents through, and
20 and .'0 cents to way points.
The shipments of flour now being
received by the merchants here is partly
or wholly milled front new wheat, and
the quality is said to be much stiix-rior
to that made from last year's crop. The
market has 1kcii quiet, though yeterday
the market was somewhat better. The
stocks in the hands of coniinis.ioii men
There has been no change in the con
dition of the hay market. There Is plenty
of common, but very little choice old hay
here. Common w ill not sell, but there
Is a fair demand for choice for the local
trade. New hay In small lots Is arriving
slowly, but the amount handled up to
this time has not Iw-en enough to estab
lish prices permanently.
The receipts of corn since Thursday
have been unusually light. There is
plenty in store, however, to satisfy the
demand, there being very little inquiry
for it. Oats arc in good supply for the
demand, though receipts have been very
light. There Is some new coining, which
is very light and ehafly, and is selling at
23 cents in bulk to 27Q28c in sacks.
Meal and bran have been quiet. Yes
terday country meal was better, how
ever, and there was a fair inquiry for it
at $2 2."j ; but there was none in the mar
ket. City meal is held at $2 40.
The butter market Is quiet, with a very
good supply, There Is no demand for
shipping purposes, while the local trade
seems to be Improving considerably.
The market Is wholly bare of eggs. The
demand for fresh eggs Is very active, and
they will sell at prices considerably
above the figures in the last issue.
The poultry market is heavily over
stocked with young chickens, and the
demand has fallen oil considerably. The
supply of old poultry is very light.
Choico tomatoes are in excellent de
mand at prices quoted below.
JcxrOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
The demand for choice grades of flour
was more active yesterday thau for sev
eral days previous. Stocks in the hands
of commission men are limited. The
sales reported were 700 bblg various
grades, $3(3,6 ; 200 bbls various grades,
$3 50(2,0 50; C75 bbls various grades,
city, $3 SOtS 50; 100 bbls choice family,
$G 50 ; 100 bbls choice family, $0 25.
We note the sale of 1 car No. 3. $1.
Common hay is in abundance, and
there is no sale for it. Choice is in limit
ed supply, and the local demand is good.
New has begun to come in, but there
has not been enough sold to fix prices.
No sales of old or new were reported.
This market is dull. The receipts ot
corn continue very light, but there Is
plenty of the old stock on haud to sup
ply the light demand. The only sale re
ported was that of 500 sacks white, -10c.
New oats have liegun to arrive, but
they are nearly all very light and chaffy,
and sell at low figures. The receipts of
old are very light, but there is very lit
tle demand lor any kind. We note the
sale of 1 car new, in bulk, 'Zk.
The supply of country meul is very
light. There was a good demand tor it
yesterday at f2 25. City meal is in fair
supply and held at $2 40. No sales were
Bran is plenty and 'dull at $1. No
sales were reported.
The demand for good to choice butter
tor the local trade Is improving. There
is no shipping inquiry. The sales re
ported were 10 tubs choice Northern,
20c.; 15 pails Southern Illinois, 15017c;
100 pounds Northern, 20c.
There are no eggs In the market. The
demand Is active. No sales were re
The market Is overstocked with young
chickens, while there Is no old ones here.
The demand lor young chickens has
fallen off considerably. No sales were
There is an active demand for choice
tomatoes at prices quoted. We note the
sale of 40 boxes, 4l'(o0c.
We quote salt in car load lots, $1 50 ;
less thau car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 210 bbls salt, $1 60l 70.
HIDES AND FURS.
Suekp Pklts Green 75c $1 25 ; dry
40 DOo shearings 10 0 20c.
Fi K Beaver No. I $2 60; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3 $t; No. 4 60c. Otter No.
l(S;No.2$l; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3 50c ;
No. 410c Rucooou No. 1 70c; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
I 85o No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray-No. 1 11 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50o ; red fox-No. 1 $1 5 No. 2 75c,
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8c; No. 3,
Be Muskrat -No. 1 20c ; No. 2 15c ; No.
3 10c. Bear-No. I $10 ; No. 3 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
Si 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; NoS 11 ; No. 4 75c;,
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 fl 25 ; No. 2 50c,
Wild i at 2V. House Cat l(r. Ba-Wr.
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
trnrk, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $.1 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single tou, lump, $-1; nut
$3 25; Kaum or Harrisburg coal on
track per load, lump, $27; uut. $1U; de-
Iveredper ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal,
car loads on track, $ 5 50 per ton ; single
on, delivered, $0.
Carrlaare fainter and Hlnrkemllh
Wanted one painter and one bla.k-
smith, A No. 1. Apply at shop on
Tenth street or on Ninth street.
It John Major.
At Auction luiw Morning;.
Fine Furniture, Brussels and Ingrain
Carets, Millinery Goods. Flowers and
Trimmings, corner Eighth and Walnut
streets, at U o'clock. Chas. S. Dki.a
8-3 It. Auctioneer.
TO TAX PAir.KS-l.AST CAM..
Having extended to Delinquent Tax
payers all the leniency f can legally or
safely extend, 1 fthull resume the mile of
Dcliiniuont Lands aud Towuand C ity Lot-,
on Monday morning next, August 7tu, and
conclude the sale on Wednesday evenin;,'.
A. 11. IKVIN,
Aug. 5, 1?7. (K li-tt) Collector.
Clirmlral !. Works
Office corner Eight street and i ont
niercial avenue, in Reisers building.
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put In thorough order. Satis
8-8-dlm F. Semens & Co.
WAB birARTMKXT, KlVCB KEPOT,
Auk- ISTtt i
STATICS. LOW WATER. CHANCE.
FT. IW. FT. IX.
Cairo I i; 4
Pittstmnr I 7
Cincinnati ' t 2
Louisville u 0 X l
Nashville 7 m 3
St. Louis 14 1 I
Kvansville 1, y
Memphis ' 5 S
VickrtburK ;il (', 1 :;
New Orlfuon n s 1
ittlow high water of 1K74.
Serifcuut, Sixrutl MTVict, I'. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Shannon, Cincinnati.
Mary Miller, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fkk, Paducah.
" Shannon, New Orleans.
" Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
The Thompson Dean is to be sold at
auction In this city on the I7th instant.
The Jim Fisk will leave at five
o'clock, sharp, for Paducah.
The weather to-day has been cloudy
and pleasant. Business about the wharf
has been very quiet.
The steamer Sliannon came from
Cincinnati with a good trip tor New Or
leans. She added about 25 tons here.
The Mary Miller went up the Ohio
with a light trip, from St. Louis. She
got nothing here.
The Eddyville brought from Nash
ville 393 sacks of corn and 10 hhds of
tobacco, all for Louisville. She went
back very light.
The St. Louis Rrpublican of yester
day says: "Capt. Chas. Gearings pat
entsteam generators, now attached to
the Grand Republic, were tested yester
day. From the result of the trial it is
judged that they will be found a suecess
and valuable invention in the running ot
steamboats. They were made at the
Broadway foundry under the supervision
of Capt. John B. Davies, who thinks it
w ill save 20 per cent, of fuel."
The til m ot W. V. Axley A Co. i this
day diolved by liiutual eoutent.
WM KUENt'U AXLKV,
C1IA9. si, DF.liAY.
Cairo, Ills., July UUt, l7ii.
The undersigned will continue the auc
tion and t'otuiiiisitioii business at thu stand
lately occupied by W. F. Axley A- Co.. aud
would solicit a share ot public patronage.
CilAS. S. DELAY.
Cairo Ills. July 31st lfTO.
How To Make Money.
We will state that tlie surest, best aud
speediest wey to 'multiply uud increase"
is to call at No. 12 Wall btreet, New Yolk,
ami consult with Alex Frotliiniiain .V Co,
These gentlemen, who have Ion if beeu
identified with the hi-tory und attain of
Wall street, are unusually skilleu in mone
tary all irs, and in everything aiipertsiuiiih'
to soeciilution. ar unexcelled tor ability
and proficiency, ft may also be said that
of the many Brokers in that city tliey are
not ouly the most popular, nut also the
most successful, best patroni.eil, and most
wuieiv known in or near tne vicinity oi
Amonz the customers ot the house of
Alex Krothintrtiatn A Co., are some of our
leading and representative citizens, who
are niiiinly Indebted to the lubors or tins
Ann lor nun h of the wealth tbey now enjoy.
During the Ion;? and successful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Frothinham & t o.,
in this citv they have earned for themselves
a enviable reputation lor honesty, Integ
rity and faith, and cDjoy a business alatost
colossal in its proportions, lu fact, the
mount of business done by this house in
the course of year is something wonder
ful, end often forms the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
oiticcf in Wall street to prove the truth of
lhe above statement.
How they mantle to convert f 10 to f-'n, i
i JO to 40, 10 into so, and so on, Is
secret which they alone can explain; but
that tbey succeed in doing so is a tact too
well known tu admit of doubt. It you
weuld safely snd profitably invest your
money, do not hesiute to favor this linn
with your cash and eonlidence. That by so
doitujyou will reap un abundant reward,
the experience of thousands ot our best
citizens ttest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these times of t-vtcriiit:
banks ami liuaiu il sti icciicy must be ap
parent to the most indifferent ud careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothinghaui &, Co., are
prepared to invest money to any amount in
the best seeurities, aud in every transac
tion iu which they may be euged KUr
ante entire satisfaction to those who honor
thsra with their natronaste.
gJTSend for their Kxpluatory Circular
and Weeklv HerjorU. which thev mail free
to all who desire them. Vow S. Y. Mr
m-poM, April 10, le.tt. WMoaim'
ri-ninly ever put toirptlicr by nM-ilical sctt-nre,
for Ithriimatism, onmls, 9wdlinir, Kurnn,
I Hkel llrm-l, is the Onlnur l.iniim-nt.
There are two alixU What the White I.ininirnt
it for the huinnn liuiilly. tin Yellow Centaur
I.inlinent Is fur pnTlnci, lame ami straineil
horses and anlrnals, Tna2'-n l;lt
tilldren Cry for C;nlorln. it in a
iih-a-nnt to inks as honey, ami is alilutelv
harmless. It is sure to eioel Worms, rure winil
enlir., rtvnlnfe the bowel ami stomach, ami
evercoins irritability caused bv rsh nr rntlinB
teeth. It is a erli-et siilntitu'te for Castor Ml,
ami for Cotirne in young nr ohl there ih
nothiriK in existence soeft-ctive snd reliable
Will, of cour-e, wish to ee all the slights
roinfurtahly and cheaply. Tothlscnd the
CANADA SOCTHEItN U Y COMPANY
ban, through its connections in the Wes
and orthwest, placed on sale larye
number of Toi uists' Excckmon Tickets
at treatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only yMt the Centennial Kx
bibition at Philadelphia, hut can. in addit
ion, isit the principal eastern cities, with un
opportunity of stopping at any ot the jrreat
number Of famous resorts in Mew ork
nd Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOC 111
ERN is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giviiitf passen
gers, from thetrsin, a wonderful panoramic
view ot the MIGHTY CATAItACT,
IlOhK-!-IloK FALL, the GREAT
KAl'IDS, and landing them directly at the
Fulls. 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 lor fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the Winehell Patent
Yentilator, ensuring picfect freedom from
dust. With its complete svstem of mairnif-
eent PARLOR SL.EEP1NU AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AXD TOLEDO, and its adiinr
able eonnei'tinna at NIl)AI! Vil I
AND BUFFALO with the NKV YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast beenming the
KAVORITK LI S K TO TH K EAST. Tfekets
via this popular line can be procured at al
oilicfi of connecting line, or at the com
Any information ctn be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
lien i rass. ana ticket A t. dkihoit.
E. 1. Hunker Killer Wine mt Iron
has never been known to fail in tho cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, ditli
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
vi ui-cii.sr, v,eni. iiei ous ireiiionu. (ireuu
ful horrorof deadi, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lasritude ol the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic 'symp
toms, hot hands, tubbing of the holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spots Hying before the eves
with temporary sullision and loss cf sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to retnedv
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wino of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only E. F. Kunkel's.
beware of counterfeits and base Imita
tions. An Kusktl'i Bittet Wise uf Iron is
so well known all over tho country, druir
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it off to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Dod,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in f i Domes, ami uas ay enow wrapper
nicely put on the outsioe with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the nhoto.
frraph on the outside, and you will always
e sure to get the genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or six for fo. Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy I'm Neat ana stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only successful physician
who removes Tape "Worm in.two hours
olive, with head, and no fee uufll removed,
Common sense teaches that if Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun".
kcl. No. i.'iil North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's VVortn Svrup.
Price, 1.00. It never tails.
By virtue of an execution to me directed by
the clerk of the circuit court i f Alexander
county , in the Mate of Illinois, in favor ot 1-1-len
W alsh and against lltrimrd Mnytli, I have
levied upon the lullowing Uescrilnii proper'-,
iu this county of Alexander aud Mute of Illi
Lots u umbered twelve (12) aud thirti'en (11) in
block uuinliered two ii) ; the undivided otie-lmll
('.J of lot numbered eight (-) in block num
bered twenty-seven (i!7j; the undivided one-hulf
(',) of lots numbered seventeen (17) and eigh
teen (IS) iu block numbered tinny (3e), all in
the city of Cairo, couuty of Alexander uud Mate
of Illinois. Also lot numbered seven (7) iu
block numbered twenty-six (t), lot number, d
three ( i) iu block uuinliered loriy-llve i t). lot
numbered thirty-seven (-17) in block uumbereil
l,rty-seven lot uujiilicred ten (hi) in block
numbered eltrhtj'-three (sell. T he lease hold in
terest iu aud to lot nutnliered eight (s) in blnck
numbered eighteen (Is), luict-llier with the
buildings Slid improvements situated thereon,
all salt! Tail mentioned lots and blocks beiiiK 't
uuled in the first addition to the city of cain, in
the couuty of Alexander aud state of Illinois, us
the property of the an id ticrnaid Mnyth, which
I shull offer at public sale at the South-west tlimr
of the Court House iu the eitv of Cuiro, in the
county of Alexander und state of Illinois on tiie
itoth day of August, A. 1'., l"7'i, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a.m., lor Cash, to sutisf - said
executi Al.KX.ll. HiVlN.
Mierill'of Alexander County, III
Cairo, tils. , AugU't sth, 17". d-td
Iiy virlue of an execution lu me directed by
the cleik ol the circuit court of Alexander
county, in the Mate l Illinois, in tavor ol il-
liam Miaetu-r ami against t-.ll.-n i rnuwiu e I nave
levieil iiiou the following ili-scrihea jourtx,
in tliiscvuuly of Alexander and Male id I luiois,
Lou numliereil one (I), two (.'), three ( ;),
four (I), live (), six Oi). seven (7) and eiiiht ("I.
all iu block numlwied ten (I"), iu the third ad
dition to tin citv of ( uiru, iu lhe county of A b .
under and stateol Illinois, as the ii w i t y of llic
id Kllcn I roiisiUtlc, w hich I sliutloitcral inihiic
est the South-west door Of the ourt House
ill the city of Cairo, in the entity of Alexander
a d Mate o Illinois on tne Man nay oi aukum.
A. 1 , Is7i., at the hour ol eleveno 'cluck, a.m ,
for i anh, to sali-dy wid ,,'j,!'",J' 1(t VN
Sherill' Alexander County, Ills.
air, Ills. . Auj;. sih, s;ii. d-td
VISSCIIEIt & IIALL'SZZS
Wrrantel equal to any aolaau Iu I lie
market, and far atiprrlor l t on.
cent rated le lor all urioaea
for which it Is uaetl.
1'ut up in ons huiiI metal Cans, convenient
r..r i,t in iMiudies fur making hard and soil
Soap, and lor cleuuing purposes geueilly . i'i
rectiou foe inakiu;; soap, etc., acconipamng
l or cleaning type, presses, tnachiuerv, paintj,
(ofleniug water, washing siuks aud fruit trees
in Ilia spring, it is uneuaiei lur exceueoc ami
coin i uit uc- ol package. For sale by Cirocers
and Urug'a'tst everywhere.
VUsrber V llall'a Insecticide and
Piklnlfctaat Pwwdcr is invaluable for (he
destruction of the pouta bug, cotton woraa.Kra
boppers, mice, raw, roaches, inserts, aud er
oiia of all kinds. II is harmless to lueo and
animals, aud far cheaper thau faris green lor
ths destmcUou of vermin. It is also invalua
ble as a Diseufactaut, purifying ths air in hospi
tals and siok rooms, aud desrroying the odors of
sinks, cellar. Slablss, etc. l'utup in one pound
eaa. for sals by Druggists aod lirooers
s vary where VlisaCBlCI HALL,
Maaunwturrr. Wall at.. Mew lork.
I Aug- -wui
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Normal, McLean, '., Ilia.,
r'or the nrptisritlloii riflMi.lii.pa t'r.liti.i
Professional instruction for those who are pre
pared font, lil t i on free-. Nett term beini
""eptemlK-r 4th, ISM, Superior aesdemic Instruc
tion at low rates, la the Model department.
'i!,nei loany arwie, irrni me youngest pupils
to those fitting tor tiie best colleges. Send fur
cataloKiie, or address,
ll)l. V. llfcWErr. Pres't.
Aug. 4 lUwlna Normal, III.
The Hiluti printinc
establishment makes a
specialty of Dill Heads,
Note Heads. Letter Henits.
Statements, ( ards, Ktc Look at these prices :
Small sie hill heads, per UK" t.1 no
Medium si?.e bill heads, uer thousand a 7S
All on fourteen pound psper, Carlisle mills,
rami two ocnu per pound higher than paper
n?ed by any other office nilerl to orde r at the
nulls especially for this orlice
Statements, t,arlyle, per l'm , no
ixriier ncs'is, ,rivsie, ier l'l 4 50
Note Heads, Curlrsle, per loot) ..,. ,1 on
Visitingcards per 1 aekuge 7
Ilusines cards, o. 1 :i-ply Bristol board,
, per Mon i ; lo 4 (xi
Kusini s cards, No 1 blank, ir li 3 tO
Quarter-sheet, half sheet, full-sheet and three
heet posters, and colored work below St l-oun
Pamphlet, Book Work and Price Lists made
Ity virtue of an execution to me directed
by the Clerk or the t trcilit Court of Ale.
atider County, In the state of I dnois, in
favor of Iternard McManiu and against
.lames A. Fry, f have levied upon tho fol
lowing described pmiietly, in Firt Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in the County of
Alexander and State oi Illinois, to-mt.
All or the right, t tie and Interest or said
James A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (1,1) In block numbered forryeTeit (47)
which f shall nfiVr at piblle sale at the
South-west door of the Court House in the
City ot Cairo, in the County or Alexander
and stale of Illinois, on the tilth dav ot Oc
tober. A. !., ls.70, nt the hour of" e leven
o'clock, A . M., for cash, t satisfy said ex
ecution. Alex. II Irvin,
Sheriir of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills... Inlv 12. liTrt. ' m.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial At,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
English Hrussels, Three l'ly and Ingrain,
also, St iir Carpet-, V'elvct'Kugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
ut the ( Md l'lace
112 FULTOK ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and sent to any
part of the C nited States free of charge.
b-send:for price r.isT.-
"-t-ly. J. A. BEND ALL.
TT AIR DRSaaXlH.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE7
Betwa B ; Waahlng-ton and Oommercla
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNQ WOMEN.
lleglns its a."ith yeur Sept. loth. Faculty
nuiutiers 21, Magiildcent buildings, gener
ous table. Thorough cuir-e in Knglisb,
Science, t.'lassics, and Modern Lsnguages.
Unsurpassed advantages lor music and art.
Address the President. Kev. David II.
Moore, D. I)., Cincinnati, O. T-S-dAw-M.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advances made on Consignments. AU
stracts ol Titles uude, Conveyances and
Collection attended to.
Attention to bus.ness, and ftemittances
Aiirllon Nnlea Fvrrjr Saturday
Wholesale and He tad Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
VI.i: OF ALL 14 IADS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. 8UTTI1 A CO. have constant!
a large stork ol ths beet goods In Uie uimr
ket, and g.veeMiecuil aiuinuon to I he ahulasal
(UI U Ui iUB liUAIUMH.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
19: w. roirti St., v.mm 0,
Are authorised to contraot for adTsrtia
Ul in thia paper.
EiUmatss furnished free, lend for Circular
The last chanes for good agricultural land on
Tics Veah' Ckkuit. at bis raa bnt. interest.
Ism't rua anr ri.s, butgo to a eouatrv that has
been iirovcd lo be good. 8s.id your addnws by
Iiusud card ta L"l Com'r b.iU.U. U ,
iurlingtoD. lows, aud receive frea eopv of Iowa
and Nebraska f armer, with chart of (and, sad
w rouud trip WW -a-wSiu.
rpiia "Weekly BulleUa,"
$l.ti peryer, postajre prepaid, ta any addntss
BEST AXD CliKAPXaT
Psm publUasd la SoatWm Illinois.