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J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lot
exchange for St. lmin pro-rly.
The south hall of the 4Tilot,,)ioue at
Good two Btory brit-k store room on
Commercial avenue lx'twwn Klcvcntli
First floor of brick dwelling comer
Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Saloon and fixtures, southwent corn
r?r Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivcnuc, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ot
Jommcrciat avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross street, wes
ol Washington avenue.
Two-bu.sincss houses on Ix-vce street,
above tighth, $20 each.
A good cottage on Twcnty-Xinth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
street, and llolbrook avenue $0. Good
yard and cistern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $.
Up stairs of ou.se on Commercial av
enue, near l'jth street. Suitable for
business and i welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In llrt-clai-s
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, cornJ-r Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ol the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, in tracts to suit, near Cairo,
J. OKOKOK MltlMIUUSK
on Eighth street, tw6 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 cbiMrens' hair cut or dressed.
cither at the h.hop or their homes.
leather atad r'inlliiK.
At the store room of C. Krxli, on
Commercial avenue. No. '.), ttclow Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stork
of St. Louis custom made loots and
shoes, lie also keep on band a good a:
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of his
own make. Coots and shoes made to
order of first-class material and satUfac
Ion guaranteed. 0-21-tf
U to the Jl oantalna of Colorado
by Mie Atchison, Toka and Santa Fe
Raiload, the new and popular line from
AtchUon 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 $'s), allowing
stop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring,
Mauitou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Shi-ping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at PiK-blo with trains for
I-nverand Northern Colorado.
For maps, titn tallies and the San
Juan Guide,'' address
T. J. Anpkksos,
(Jen. I'sa. Agt..
7-ltf Toit.k, Kan.
This popular saloon, corner FourU-enth
itreet and Washington avenue, Is open to
the public. The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the flne.-t
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jos. RoNKKKii, Prop'r.
I will continue the nale of books and
stationery and musical goods as hereto
fore at lJobbins' Musical liazar, 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 lime.
I will, on Thursday morning, July J7,
commence the sale of books and station
ery pertaining to the estate of V. B.
J took well it Co., and the stock of mu
sical goods belonging to the elate ot C
l'obbins & Co.,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION',
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire stocks are dispos
Such an opportunity was never before
off ered to the people ot t 'airo and vicin
ity. (iKOitr.E Fisher, Assignee,
Of W, K. Hookwell, bankrupt, and C.
liobbina Co., bankrupts.
Caiko, July 21st, le7ti. 7-l'J-tl
t oru Wood.
Single cord $;J 50
Five :ord lots 3 03
COAL l'alUDISK AND IUG MUDDY !
Single ton $; 50
Three " 3 25
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
filled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. Whhki.ku & Co.
The store raom now occupied by ltobbin'i
Music Hat at, and Rockwell's Bookstore, on
Commercial avenue, between Sixth and
heventu streets. Apply to A. Boito, next
door to Ike Waldcr's clothing store, Ohio
Lyon's Kathairon makes beautlfu
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevenU IU fall
lug out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norlvaL S-lO-d&wly
I lu auy yipctot
Vou aietnuw Sj.
it will CM iMi auduua auS will aunlv a u
ai, Xsu, Aavsrtls'c rubl'i Oa., St. Lsuia, tU
We are authorized to announce JOHN II.
KoliiNPON a a randida'e for "Miens' of Alex
ander county, at the coming county election.
Wearea-itliorir.ed In announce that It. A. Kd
ninndson Is an indciefidcnt Kepublican candi
date lor HherilT, at the ensuing county election.
We are autlioriacd to announce PKTEK H A UP,
for an Independent randidat fur Sheriff of Al
cuandir county, at the ensuing county election.
ratf.n or AnVF.R fINI..
"AU bills for advertising, are due and pay
able in advaw
Transient advertising will be inserted at tli
rate of II J er square for the Dret insertion
ami 50 cfnta for each subsequent one A liuoral
dlncon nt will be made on standing and displ
For Inserting Funerul notice l 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders to oenU for
Church, Society, Festival ami Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at lets than
V) cents, and no advertisement will lie Inserted
for lens than thn-e dollars per mouth
Local Baalneaa Notices, of
n as. a till oa vi auvivt aiiBrji i
' in the Bulletin as follows
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
tan linea or mora, Inserted
Ona Insertion per Una
Two insertions per Una
Tbrea Insertions per Una
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Two weeks per line
One month per Una
No Reduction will be made
. It Cents
.. 7 Cents
ASCAI.O.N l.OlKiK, NO. 61.
Kniiflit of l'vthi.m. meets evcrv Fri-
f dr iii if ht at hall-pact aeven, in Odd
fellow nan nowa,
AI.KXANDER LOIXjE, NO. 234.
Iiidt-neiit Onlirr of thM-rt-
-7ifulow, mwui every Thursday iiiKht
'"Sisiw at half-tiafll seven, in their hall on
jonnin rcinl avenue, between tsitth antf Seventh
rcvi-t .. A, uevciHK, r( ti
'"1AIUO KNCAMPMKKT, I. O. O. F., roets
m Md-Fellowa' Hall on the first and Uiird
' iiiuiy in every inonlh, at half-peat seven
A. LoMimtn, C 1
CAIKO I.OIMiK. NO 237, A. F. A A. M.
Muld rYiilttr comtuunintions in Ma
ohir Hull, corner Commercial avenue
anl KiKlith street, on the second and
'inAa, Moii'lar of each month.
WKDNKSDAY. Al'GLST U. 17C.
I.ornl Wsalhrr Report.
Cairo. III., Aug- f . Ie7;
Wiwd. I VaL. I WAT.
7 a m.
t p. in
7 I LiouUy
1 I do
1-4 ; 7 . v
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Sergeant, Signal !jrvlce, I'. S. A,
The city fathers met last evening.
Watermelon are plenty, and the av
erage negro is happy.
There was nothing done in Judize
Bird's police court yesterday.
Mrs. Ford and daughter left this city
for Philadelphia yesterday morning via
the Cairo and Vincennes railroad.
Mr. John F. Casey, brother of Collec
tor Casey of New Orleans, is iu the city.
He Is registered at the St. Charles.
A heavy rain full lat evening and
made the streets muddy and unpleasant
for iedetriuns, but cooled and refreshed
the air very much.
Thc'lilden and Hendricks Sweetie rs
held a meeting at their hall last evening.
There was a large turnout, and the meet
ing was an enthusiastic one.
Among the arrivals at the Planter's
yesterday were John Huglet, Jackson
port, Tenn; James .See, jr., Memphis;
Eugene Keesec, Charleston, Mo.
Died at Marrietta, Ohio, Sunday al-
temoon, July 30th, Mrs. Sarah B. Fear
ing, beloved mother of Mrs. Chandler
l'obbins of this city, aged 7G years.
Jailer Jim Carroll was out yesterday
w ith his small army of Calaboose birds,
and did good work in the way ol cutting
down weeds on Washington avenue.
Those ol our people who have been
rusticating at summer resorts in various
parts of the country during the heated
term, are beginning to return home one
The Democrats of Mound City had a
polo-raising on Monday evening.
Speeches were made by a number of
gentlemen, and a big time generally was
Mr. Linegar, who went to Paducah
where he made a speech at a Democratic
polo raising on Saturday evening, re
turned to the city by the steamer Flsk on
John Keeve is aunounccd in the Sun ot
last evening as a candidate tor circuit
clerk. John Is an excellent end man iu
a minstrel show, but how he would do as
circuit clerk we cannot say.
A iarty of ten ladies and gentlemen
went to Mound City on the Ariadne 011
Monday afternoon, spent the evening at
the house of Captain llamblcton, and
returned at a late hour Monday night.
It Is said, but with how much truth we
do not know, that a party ot colored
men congregate In a house in the neigh
borhood of the box factory, and spend
their evenings in gambling In a small
way. The matter might be looked Into.
At the St, Charles yesterday were J. F.
Casey, New Orleans ; J, I,. Bethshuns,
Oscar Williams, Salem, Ky.; Captain
Thorns, steamer Grand Lake; J. E. Wat
son, Lexington, Miss.; Miss Day, Jones-
boro ; Miss Fannie Watson, Kentucky i
Mrs. Hanley and daughter, Memphis.
The preliminary examination of Scott,
Whitehead andOoodall, charged with
practicing confidence games in this city,
was postponed from yesterday until this
morning at nine o'clock. The examina
tion will take place before Judge Bro.ss.
The Parish nchool will bo ojiened by
the Per. Charles A. Glllcrt on Monday,
the fourth of September. The term will
last sixteen weeks. Only a limited num
ber M pupils will Ihj admitted, nnd those
who apply to the rector first, will bo th
ones who will be Instructed.
The Jackson county Republicans held
their county convention a few days ago,
and Instructed the delegates to the sena
torial contention to Ihj held at Anna on
the luth, to cast the vote of Jackson
county for representative for W. II.
Woodward of Carbondale. Mr. Wood
ward is Hon. Isaac Clement's law part
ner. It is said that Shaeffur, the lawyer, and
Judical politician, will probably be a can
didate for county attorney of Alexander
county. There may be truth In the re
port, tor it has been remarked ot late
that Shaefler is "sweet on the negroes,"
and it is from them he cxkjcU the bulk of
his support. Shaefler may be able to
beat Cunningham, but Wni. Muikcy will
be his own successor for county-attorney
that is if he desires a re-election.
Police Oflicers O'Mealey and Sargent on
Monday night arrested a darky named
Wood, for attempting to pick the pockets
of a painter of this city. The painter had
laid down in the door of his shop, on
Commercial avenue, next door to the po
lice headquarters, and fallen aolecp,
when Wood passed by and endeavored
to go through him. He was put in the
lock-up over night and given atrial be
fore Justice Comings yesterday morning,
who fined him fifty dollars and costs.
He was given a stay ot execution, on
promise that he would leave town w ithin
A couple of well known individuals,
namely Mr. ;Sol. Farnbaker, clothing
merchant at So. CI Ohio levee, and a
young fakir and confidence man named
Jake Ackerman, w ho have been promi
nently before the public of this city dur
ing the last two months on account ot a
slight difference existing between
them, had a fund settlement
iu the way ot a big tight on
Ohio levee at an early hour yesterday
morning. Some two months ago, Ack
erman, who has served a term in
the penitentiary, came to this city
and made the acquaintance of a woman
named Ida Blake, an inmate of one of the
numerous houses of ill-fame of the city,
with whom he became infatuated, and
shortly afterwards married. It was
well understood at the time that Farn
baker was supporting the woman, at
the time ol her marriage, and the matter
created considerable talk, and many were
the speculations as to what Sol. would
do about it. But being "up to snufl,"
Sol. kept up his visits to his friend Ida
and whenever Jake left tne city for a few
days to ply his nefarious trade In adjoin
ing town and villages. Sol. would look
after the comfort and welfare of the wo
After awhile Jake become suspicious
that there was "suntliin' up," and he re
turned suddenly one night and fouuu
what he looked for Sol. In the bouse with
Ida. Very naturally, a rumpus fol
lowed, and Jake tore around like a mad
man, whereupon Sol. put a pistol under
Jake's noc, w hich had the desired effect,
and cooled him off considerably. The
next morning Jake and Sol met and held
a consultation, when it was decided that
the best thing, and the only course that
would secure peace and happiness to
both, was to send Ida to her ma, at Hot
Springs. Accordingly the fair Ida was
packed up and sent home ; aud a few
days after, Jake announced his intention
to take a trip to the Centennial, and
in the buzz and bustle of the life of
a great city, try and drown his sor
rows. He departed from Cairo, some three
weeks ago, as his acquaintances thought
for Philadelphia. He, however, turned
up in Memphis, from which place he went
to Hot Springs. About the time Jake
arrived at the springs, Ida, who had re
ceived word from Sol. to pay him a visit
here, sUrted for Little Hock. Jake hear-1
ing of her whereabouts also went to Little
Pock, where for playiug at the famous
five card game, he was picked up by the
police and given twenty-four hours to
"jump the town." He jumped, and next
turned up here on Saturday and Sunday.
Ida, not knowing that he had gone to
Cairo, followed him, and at Charleston
received the intelligence to remain where
she was until Monday night, and taking
the night train that arrives in this city at
two o'clock, came as far as Bird's Point
where she was joined by Sol., who fear
ing that Jake would be on the
lookout for her when the
transfer arrived, provided himself with a
skiff and rowed to the point. He took
her in the boat and came across the
river, aud lu order to escape the sight of
any one w ho might bo on the streets,
went up the Ohio river to a point oppo
site Woodward's Novelty iron store,
where the two boarded the tow-boat A.
J. Baker. Sol. was not wrong iu his be
lief that Jake would be on the alert, tor
he was at the transfer landing, where ho
was informed ot tho movements of Sol.
Jake at once started up the levee, and
boarded the Baker a few moments after
Sol. and Ida had steppad from the skiff,
but was unable to interview Sol., as he
and his Udy had locked themselves up in
a stateroom. .Jake went ashore and
waited, and was finally rewarded for his
patience by the sight of Sol. and his wife
coming up the levee. He at once ac
costed Sol., and after bandying words
with him lor some time, a tight took
place, In which Sol. was knocked down
aud soundly pummelled, while Jakere
ceived a gash in the head from a brass
key in the bands ot Sol. producing a
wound from which he was covered with
blood from head to foot. They were
separated by a couple of gentlemen who
happened alonj, and Sol. departed with
Ida, whib Jake went to dress his wound
aud don a clean suit of clothes.
Several hours afterwards Sol. and
Jake met In a saloon aud took a driuk,
and after talking the w hole matter over
they agreed to adjust their difference
and put an end to their troubles, a the
lollowing contract, which we arc told by
Ackerman, was drawn up by Sol. and
signed by him for Ida, will attest :
We, the undersigned, agreo to absolve
any relations in regard to the matrimon
ial sUte, now existing between J. II.
Ackerman and Ida Ackerman, of the
eity of Cairo, Illinois. J. JI. Ackerman to
do as he nlcascs and Ida Ackerman to rin
likewise. .1. II. Ackkhmav,
For putting his signature to this doeu-
nt, Ackerman tells us, lie was given
irty dollars by Sol. There has been
change in the situation of affairs tin
this time that we have heard ol.
thouirh we arc told that Ackerman lm
changed his mind and that he intends
demanding of Sol. a further pecuniary
dvancc of two hundred dollars before he
ill let the matter rest.
Oivc Sol. a "foreign mission"' and let
Tli Hummer Esnrtne Off to the (it.
At this time when so many of our
natrons are nrenarinir for or coritetnnliit-
ing their usual triD during the summer
solstice, it is well to present to our
readers the prominent advantages offered
by the railroad running direct to the
Centennial grounds. To this end we
would stieak of the economy, convenience
and desirability of taking the Great Fort
Wayne and Pennsylvania line, which is
running three daily trains from Chicago
to the very gate at the main en
trance. These trains are made up
of the elegant pulluian parior, sleeping
and hotel coaches, and combine the lux
ury and comfort ot a' lilc at home, vet
gliding over this famous route, noted for
its perfect equipment and careful man
agement, at a safe rate of speed never yet
attained by any rival. A feature not to
pass unnoticed i3 the facility for reaching
Hotels, in tlie immediate Vicinity, with
in five minutes walk of the Centennial
depot, are to be found hotels, at which
good accommodations can be obtained
for two to five dollars per day.
The encamDment at Kim Station, np.ir
the Centennial grounds, was esUblishei
by the national grange of the Patrons of
iiusDauury, for the purpose of accommo
dating the large number ot agriculturist
who desire to visit the exhibition, and to
afford a comfortable and suitable resting
place at the moderate expense ot two
dollars per day.
Taking into consideration the immense
sum ot money, time and labor expended
by this line to render perfect Its accom-
mouauons lor the comfort and safety of
iu patrons, we unhesitatingly recom
mend it as the most desirable route to
reach the Centennial exhibition.
Another Itivorra Mult.
We are not at liberty to give the names
of the parties, but they are well known
here, and when the case comes up it will
create a sensation in fashionable circles.
The gentleman is now suffering from an
attack of pneumonia, but is recovering
by the use of Hall's Balsam, a remedy
that is unequaled for thU complaint.
We advise all to try it, whether they have
a divorce case or not. Price $1 per bot
tle, wit (lOj
Vheuitf-n! Iye Works.
Office corner Eight street and Com
mercial avenue, in lteisers building,
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.,
cleaned aud dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put lu thorough order. Satis
8-S-dlin F. Semens & Co.
TO TAX PAVERK-LANT CALL.
HaviDg extended to Delinquent Tax-
Payers all the leniency I can legally or
safely extend, I shall resume the sale of
Delinquent Lands and Town and City Lots,
on Monday morning next, Aujrust 7th, and
conclude the sale on Wednesday evening.
A. II. Iitvix,
Aug. 5, li'G. (8 t-t3) Collector.
At Aurtiou this Morulug-.
Fine Furniture, Brussels and Ingrain
Carpets, Millinery Goods, Flowers and
Trimmings, corner Eighth and Walnut
streets, at 11 o'clock. Chas. S. Dki.a
A child's cape was picked up Monday
on Washington avenue. The owner can
have it by calling at this office and pay
ing 50 cents for this advertisement.
Oa Friday evening a black Newfound
land pup was lost. Party returning same
to me will be liberally rewarded.
2t Sol. A. Silver.
Carrlaice fainter and Blacksmith
Wanted oue painter and one black
smith, A No. 1. Apply at shop on
Tenth street or on Niuth street.
It Joii.v Major.
Wis 1BI-AHTMKT. IlIVfH RPOT, 1
Aujf. 7, 1S70 J
STATION. LOW WATKB. CHANGS.
FT. W. FT. IN.
Cairo Z7. " "x 8
r-uuburK... .. 1 X 1
Cincianatf 1 ' X 10
Louisville 0 I) u
Nashville T 8
Ht. Louia 1't S
Memphis 1 n
Vickstiurit I i
New Orleans 8 7 vj
Below high water of 1S74
Sergeant. Sixaal brrvicv, f. 8. A.
fort 1.1a t.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
City ot Helena, St. Louis.
John B. Maude. Vieksburg.
Grand Lake aud tow, St. Louis.
Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
James Fisk, Paducah.
City ol Alton, New Orleans,
John B. Maude, St. Louia.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
Business hi dull. The weather was
cloudy and cool during the day, with a
heavy rain last night. Tim gauge mark
ed 15 leet Inches, a rise of 3 ;inehes "In
tho 21 hours previous fo 5 o'clock last
Captain Thomas of the fJraiid Lake,
was laid up at tho St. Charles yesterday,
with chills and fever.
The James Flsk had a good trip
The Arkansas Belle after being
aground at Cumberland Island idnce
Sunday morning, came down yesterday.
Sho returned to K vanillic last evening.
The John B. Maude passed up from
Vieksburg with a fair trip for St. Louis.
The Grand Lake will remain here to
day, when she will make big additions
of freight here and probably get away
The City of Alton passed down yes
terday morning with a good trip for New
The film of W. F. Asley A Co. is this
day dissolved by mutual eonsent.
WM KKKNCH AXLKY,
Cairo, Ills., July ;)lt, lh?ti.
The underpinned will continue the auc
tion and comiiiiKcion business at the stand
lately occupied hy V. V. Axley & (Jo., and
would solicit a share ot public patronage.
I'll AS. S. DELAY.
Cairo Ills. July 31st l.7tj.
How To Make .Money.
We will state that the surest., best and
fpeediest w ay to 'multiply nnd increase''
is to cull at So. VI Wall htreet, .New York,
and consult with Alex Frolhlngham .t Co,
'i'hee gentlemen, who have long been
identified with the history and atlairs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone.
tary affairs, and in everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proticiency. It may also be said tliitt
or the many Brokers in that city they are
not only the most popular, but aUo the
most fuccesslul, bcH patronized, and most
widely known in or near the iciuity of
Anion? the customers ot the house of
Alex Frothingham A: Co., are some of our
leadiuif and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
brmlor much of the wealth they nowenioy.
ilurinif the lone and successful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Krotbinhain & 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, the
amount of business done by this house In
the course of a year la something wonder
ful, and often forms the subject of com
ment. It needs but a vii.it to their spacious
cilices in Wail street to prove the truth of
be above statement.
How tbey manage to convert $10 to fc'20,
fio to 40, 40 into 0, and so on, is a
secret which thev alone can explain ; but
that they succeed in doing so is a fact too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
won'.d salely and profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor this firm
with your cash and confidence. That by so
doing you will reap nn abundant reward,
the experience ot thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these times of tottering
banks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the most indifferent and careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothinitbam & Co., are
prepared to invest money to any amount 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.
iU"Send for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Keports, which they mail free
to all who 'desire tbem. Fmm A". V. Me
erofolU, April !, 1870. 7-lH-eod:im
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
coinfui i.biy ..heaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTH EUN K'V coan-ANV
has, through its connections in the Wes
and Northwest, placed on sale a Iure
number of Tourists' ExcritsioN Tickets
at greatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at any of the great
number of famous resorts In New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOUTH
ERN is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, from the train, a wonderlul panoramic
view of the MIGHTY CATARACT,
IJOBsE-SIIOE FALL, the (iii EAT
KAPIDS, 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 curvet
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 magnif
cent PARLOR SLEEPING AND DRAW
ING ROOM C.UtS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at al
oiliccg of connecting lines, or at the com
Any information can be obtained by ad
dressing FRAN K E. SNO V.
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't. Detroit.
E. r. Hunkers Bitter Wiu of Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, ditti
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands. dasbiDir of tha ho J v. dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance aud
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, neaviness ot the eyelids,
frenuent blue a spots uying netore vue eyes
with temporary sulUsion and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands aro now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only E. F. Kuukel's.
beware or counteneits ami uase initia
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Vt lne of Iron la
to well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it off to their customers, w hen they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine or Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in It bottles, aud has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor iiuoioKfapu u iu" h rapper ui
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on the outside, and you will always
be sure lO gel uio genum, wuv uuimi ic
bottle, or six for fa. Sold hy druggists and
ALL WORMS llr.MOVtU ALIVE,
P. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fail
to destroy Pin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kuukel, the only successful physician
who removes Tape worm m iwo noun
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that il Tspe Worm
be removed, aH otiiar worms can u icauuv
dearoved. Solid lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel. No. i'''J North Niuth atreet, Philadel
phia, or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
Price. 1.00. It never tails.
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BEST AND CHEAPEST
Paper published lu Southern nilnoU.
Th title!. rr-itlit, and mo rrlinhle
remedy ever put tuirether by mclir.nl srienre,
for Ithriimatisin, WoiiikIs, Swellings, Mums,
Cnkrd llnnst, A-., Is the Ontanr Liniment.
1 here are two kinds What the White Linuncst
for the human family, tli Yellow Centaur
n I mint Is for spavined, lame ami utraimil
irses ami animaU. iiniy.''i- I It
MilMrrn Try for ;lorl. It in a
t'Uaant to take a honey, ami in nluliiu-lv
iinrniU'S. It is lure to txiicl worm, cure wiii'l
cilir, rrpulatr the bowels ami ntunnrh, ami
fTfrcoms irritability raunnl by rash or rutting
t-th. It In a m-rfi'ct atilntitn'te for ( inr nil.
ami for ,oslivtiii-!.s in vounif or obi tbfre is
noiiung in exis-itnee so effective an t reliable.
By virtue ''f an execution to mo directed by
the clerk of the circuit court f Alexander
county, in the State of Illinois, in favor ot Kl
len Walsh and ag-iiinst Iternnrd Mmytli, I have
levied upon the p'lhiwinir desrrilsil property,
in this county f Alexander and Mute of Illi
It numbered twelve (1J) and thirteen (1?) in
block ntimliercd two (J); the undivided one-halt
i) of lot numbered eight () in block nnni
liered twenty-seven (-.Tli the undivided onlialf
('a) of lots iminliered seventeen (17) and eigh
teen (IS) in block numlierrd thirty (:m), all in
thec.ity of Cairo, county of Alexander and Male
of Illinois. Also lot uumliereil seven (7) in
block numliered twenty-nix (-;), lot numbered
three ( i) in block numliered lortv-llve (I ') lot
numliered thirty-seven ( (7) in blin k numliered
f irty-stven (17), lot ntuiiliered ten (In) in block
nuiiihere.leii.-niv tKree (Ml. The lrae hold in
terest in and to lot numiei.. () jn block
numlwred eighteen (Is), together nith the
building and improvements situated thereon,
all said lait mentioned lots and Works lieiug sit
uated in the llrst addition to the city oft alio, in
the county of Alexander and state of Illinois, as
the property of the said lieronrd Smyth, which
I shall offi-fat public sale at the Mouth-west door
of the Court House in the city of Cairo, iu the
county of A lexandvr and state ul Illinois on the
Jcth day of August, A. I1., HT'., at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a.m., lor C'ah, to sstiif,-puid
execution. ALKX.it. IKV1.N,
KnerilTof Alexander County, 111
Cairo, Ills. , August Mh, ls7i. d-td
Hy virtue of an execution to me directed hy
the cleik ot the circuit court of Alexander
county, in the State of Illinois, In favor of W'il
luira shaefler and against Kllen 1 rousdalc, I have
levieil upon the rollowing OescrilMil proterly,
in this county of Alexander and State ol Illinois,
Lots niimlicred one. (l).tno (:), three (.'!),
four (I). Ave ('). six (ti), seven (7) and eight (-).
all in block numbered ten (l", in the third ad
dition to the citv of airo, in the county of Alex
ander and State of Illinois, as theproperty of the
said Kllen Trousdale, which I fhu.lonVrat public
sale at the South-west door of the Court Home
in the citv of t airo. in the cotitv of Alexander
aud Statu of Illinois on the .Wtli day of August,
A . 1J , if .'i, at the hour ol eleven o'clock, a.m. ,
for Cash, to satisfy said execution.
ai.kx. H. invi.v,
Sheriff Alexander County, Ills.
( air, Ills. , Aug. Mh, ls7'i. d-td
VISSCHER & HALL'S
Warranted equnl (o nil y Fotaili In I lie
market, mid far NUerior to ion.
rentrateil I. ye for all pnrnonew
fur whlrh it la tel.
Put up in ona pound metal cans, convenient
for ue in families for making hard aud Bolt
soap, ami fur cleaning purposes generally. Di
rections for making soap, etc., accompauing
t-or cleaning tye, presses, machinery, paints,
toftening water, washing sinks and Iruit trees
in the spring, it is unequalcd fur excellence and
convenience of package. For sale by Uiocers
and Druggist everywhere.
ViHweher A II all 'a Inaeelielile anil
niMlnlertant Powder is invaluable for the
destruction of the potatbug, cotton worm.grass
hoppers, mice, rats, roaches, insects, anil ver
min of all kinds. It is lianuleHs to men and
aiiiinulrt. and tar eheuiier than Parts izreen lor
ttu, destruction of vermin . It is also invalua
ble as a Ihsenfectant. ninifving the air in hosm
talsand sick rooms, and destroying the odors of
einas, cellars, stahles, etc. J'utup in one pound
cans. tor sale by liruggiMs and t.roceri
everywnere I ll HMtA UAl.l.,
Manufacturers, "ti Wall St., New loik.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial At,
C. 0. FATTER & CO.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advances made oo foDsiKiiiiieiits. Al
stracts ol Titles made-, C'envej ancei aud
Collections attendud to.
Attention, to business, and HemltUnccH
A lie t Ion ShIcb t:very Nalurtlay
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealers ia
Foreign and Domestic
WIXEH OF AM, KINUtt,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MK9SIIS. PMYTH CO. have constantly
a large stock ot the brat good, in Ibv mar
ket, and give especial at lea lion to I be ttUulwatl
rsncn or ins business. .
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
Hernial, MeLeaat, Co., Ilia.,
For the on-oaration of teachers Exclusively
Professional Instruction for those who ara pre
pared lor it. Tuition free). Next term begins
September 4th, laTii. superior aosdsiuio iuslruo
tiou at low rates, in the Model detmruneut.
Adapted to any grade, fruoi the youngest pupils
to uiose ntiuitf lor lue ueai euuegee. beuu lur
catalogue, or auureaa ,
EDWLN C. HEWETT. Pree'l.
Aug- l-daWln Normal, 111.
i ,!.yuv,r,,1,,et'rn execution to mo direct
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Ale.
;nder County, in tho Ktate or Illinois in
favor of llcrn.ir.1 McMan.ts and nt
.Tamp, a. Fry, I have levied upon tho tol
lowimr .icorlbp.l property, in First Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, In the County of
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit
All of the riRlit. title nnd interest of said
dames A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir.
tej'ti fl.li in block numbered forty-seyen (471
which shall offer at pjbllc sale at the
Motith.we.t door of the Court House in the
City ol Cairo, in the County of Aleiander
Mid Mate ot Illinois, on the filth day of c
tobrr, A. D., 1H70, at the hour of eleven
o clock, A. M., for cah, to satisfy said ex
ec,L,l.on;r .. At.r.x. II. Irvi.
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
'niro. UN.. .Tuly 12. 1M7H. t,
Kiifrlish Hrusel.. Three py and Inirrain,
also, Mir Carprt,Velvct Ruirs, Crumb
Cloth", Oil Cloths, etc, very cheap
at tho Old l'lace
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and sent to any
part of the I nited (States free of charge.
tSENDIFOR PRICE LlST.t
7-1-1 y. J. A. BEND ALL.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Betwe d . Washington and Commercial
City National Bank
tV ! HAM.IDAY, President.
1IKNKY I. II Al, I.IDA Y, Vie Treat
a . n PArrmtu, fishier.
WAl.TMl 11YSLOP. Ass't Cashier.
S. STA ATS TATT.OB, R II. Cl7WMr(IHAM,
II I,. IUi.i.idav, W V. Ha li.ioay,
U. 1). illiam-on. Stephen iliito,
A . B. Sapfohu,
Exchange, Coin and United States
uuiiufc xxjugai ana ooia.
KPOSITS received and a general Jbanklng
r l!ros. President. H. Wells. Cashier.
I'. Nell, Vice 1'res't. T. J. Kertli, Asst. ash'r
Comer Commercial Ave. oad 8th Street
r'. ProKS, Cairo. Wni. Kluife, Cairo.
I. Sell', Cairo. W'm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . SiiMinks, Cuiro. It. I., liillinifsley, l, Louis.
K. Under, Luiro. H. Wells, Cairo.
V. II. Ilrinkmun, M. Louis,
Uenrial Banking Bnalneaa Done.
fy-Kxehanse sold and houfrht. Interest paid
n iheSuviiiKs Department. Collections made,
ml all b'uio ess in'omiitly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
OFFICE HH :
A. It. SAFFOKD, President.
. TAYI.OK, Vice President.
W . HYbLoP, Sec'v aud Treasurer.
P.w. Bahcxat, Chas. Qaliqiteh,
F. M. hTocarLETii, PaulG. hcni'H,
11. 11. Cl'NNUfUHAM. II. L. 1LU.L1DAY,
J. M. Puiu.irs.
INTKRKST paid on deposits at the rate ol six
percent, peraunum, March 1st and 8ptm
Mrt 1st. Interest not w-thdrawn is added iuime
liiitely to the principal of the deposits, thereby
iivinti them compound intercut.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
(len every uusincsariay rrorufla.m. to S p.m.
ad Saturday evenings lor savings deiKWita only
roin 0 to b o'clock.
W. HTSLOF. Treasurer.
5 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building-, np-itairs.
:hs Oldest Established Agency in Bout
rn Illinois, representing ova
IG5 OOO OOO
1. II, OHEIILY. A. W. PYATT"
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
A.. W. PYATT cftf OO.,
BINDERS AND BLi
Bollstin BulldinaT. Cor. 1
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