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Real Estate Column
A luZMidcr county land, tLH lot,
exchange for BL tool propc!
J: ' FOU SALE.
Tim south hull of the "Pilot" lioqsc lit
biir.raln.l- ' . ,
FOlt RENT. 'v'
flood two story brick Rtonftoodi on
Commercial avenue? between F.leVtnth
nnd Twelfth. '
First lloor of brick dwelling eorncr
Kinetnth nhd l'oplartnH t.
-8.don tlrel fixtures, fiouUiwi ffWrn
:r EighU-CTith 'street and romiiKrrWJ
iTottuu, lit a bargain." ' ' '''
1 Voting on Twelfth street. wet of
:mmerciHl avenue, $10.
' ' Dwelling bouse on from lwt, avc
of Washington avenue.
Two.buslnc.s Louses on I?vce Ftroet,
alnivo Eighth, $20 curh.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
-(rect, near Commercial iivcnuo.
Store room on Ooimnercl.il avenue,
aext to Wavcrly hotel, f 10.
Cottage, of 4 room on Twenty-thin!
treef, and llolbrook nvonuu t.ood
yard ami cistern.
More-room earner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 60.
rttoro room adjoining above, jw.
l.'p stairs of ouse on joinnnTci.il av
enue, near 1'Jth street. Suitable for
business and JwellitJg,$5.
Tenement numbered 8 and !,
Winter' How, b rooms each for f 10
mt month. Will lie. put In flrst-chi
Orphan Asylum building and prenii
es. Ilcht low, to a good U-iiitnL
Ft! room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
-JtiKnnj in varlou parts ol tlie eity.
FOU I.KASK Olt HA l.K.
lnd, in tract to wilt, near Cairo,
, . . J. bkokUK bilNUoLbi:
on Kiubth street, two doors from Alex
ander Com ty ItanV, is the place ti get a
tuhlotnb!i; hair rut or a smooth shave,
or an thing i:Js in tin- lrlr line. I .a
iU;S find Hilldren' hair rut or (In -fi il.
either at the shop r tlieir homes.
l. itlhrr nnl Finding.
At the tore room of I'. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. no, below Sixth
ktreet, ni:iy be found a full asMortiucut of
leather and findings : nlo a large stock
of St. Iouiri ciL-toni made Imiou and
thiN'S. lie alio keeps on hand a good a
port me lit of Idiots, ehocs, cfe., ol his
own make. limits Hlld fihoes made to
onh-r Id" Urid-das. material and sathfae
lion 'Uarnnleotl. , 0-2 Mf
Ha to llt linntnln4 er 'oerl .
t.y thr Athlrift, Toixka and Santa l e
KaJIroad, lliein w and popuhu line from
Atclil-on and Knnu ,itr via the lM-nuti-ful
Arkiinan Valley, ti Pwldo, 'oh.ra
h Spriiiga, Ial Nort, Trinida1. Srinta
Fe and all jMihits in olorido. New
Mexieo and Arizona. Sxel;U round
trip ti. ket to iK-nver, only JuVl, allow in(
.top-ofl prlvlh'jfi" liolli wa on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring.
Manitoti and 1'ike'n Peak. Low emi
ralit rl- to the S in lil.iii mine.
Ptillinau Pala- Sl i-pinj; ('hm l tve-n
(lie ilifmmri JUitf :uel Itorky Moitn-
. - - - . M a .... . . i
.Utile ,' wklliOUL t liiUIJfC. j . UC eomiee-
tkmsmadtiat l'ueolu. wiU uints lor
4eiiver uinJ .Niiuiiern toijitado..'
For loapr. fiute udde-. and Dy " San
.Iwrn Ouilf,'! addh-ag, i ' U H
T. .L' Aiuv:. ! f
.' 'til.'ieCJ .. a
- T kka, Iva v."
'I'Mi opnlarrtloorl,1( ornor KoiirUenlh
tru t mid Waiiiiton avenue,. U o n to
the public. "Tlio bar 1 iqitrleil i with
purr Winn, ehoiiV liquor :ttl the finest
hrandn of ei' ir.
:W.Vtf Jos. noXFKKi:, Pnp'r.
Aairs . I
1 will eontiuue the s;i!h ol bo'ki and
stationery and musical jroodit in bun to
fore nt Itobbln Muskid llnwir, until
'I'liur-iday, duly 2"th.
Parties desiring to pnrehao jooil-t at
retail or in jobbinjr lot will ron-ult
their intercut by purchasing now.
J will reiivj bid lor cither stock of
oods in bulk at any time.
1 will, on Thursday morning, July 27,
commence the calo of bK)ks aiid otatioii
ery pertaining to the estate of V. li.
ltoi k well Jo., and the Mock of mn
tdeal goodn belonging to the estate (d ( '
Itobbluv & C o.,
AT I'UUI.IC Al'tTION',
and continue the same from day to day
until these entire stocks are dispos
Such au opportunity was never before
offered to the people of Cairo and vicin
ity, (iium.i; Pisiii-.it, Assignee,
ci W. II. n.Mk'wcll, bankrupt, au ! C.
Ib.bbins Stfo., bankrupt-.
C.Mito, July Jlst. ls7(J. "-J2-tt
Single cord J:i 50
Five 2oid lots M 3 ')
CO A I. I-AUAIUSK AXU lillj Ml.llHY I
Single ton $; .10
l liree " I! 25
Five " : 00
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. WiiKKi r H l Co.
'filestore rwom now occupied by Kubbfn'i
Music ltuur, aud Uo k well's lloukntore, on
t'oiiiinertdal avcDiio, between Hixtli and
Seventh utrccls. Apply to A. ItuUo, next
door to Ike Walder'a nlolhliiK ntie, Ohio
Lvon'b Katiiaiuo.n makes la-auiifu
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevent iU fall
lug out or turning gray. It lias stood the
U'fit of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
aud has norival. 3-10-thvwly
. ami da aay
I lu miy Mrror
il aillcMt vuu auiiiuui awl wiU win hi, wii
St. Uiuu Aavarlis'g fe Pu'jl'g Co., 8t Lvuli,
Wp hit mittiorUnl to snnonnrp .IdltN Jl.
IKUUNMIN nrncliii'ofiir Micnfl or .Vlex
inler Onatr. at the oiik nsaaly tw linn.
U HrcauUioriMilUiaMwwrier that R. A. R1
nilimlMMi l4n Ind-'MixWat lle)nb)iwi riindi'
ciUt'll8tlOt(I, ftl tfa PHtl)( titf -l tion.
We T ntiorio.t 1f nfihontipr PKTRTt S.UI't
fur an I re l--rl.-il i'4tmliillv for hTilTijf At
fJOHuiirroiiiily, t Hie t'lmuitiK roiiuly iilaaliaii.
ratkn or Aivf.nriMiwj.
I )"A1I tiills fur nlerliin(r, arc due and ty
klile IN AI)VAM(
Traoiiicnt KlviTtininft will ! iriertel nt tliy
mto of 11 (0 er Wiure for the flrnt InwrtioD
and 5iniito for each ubttnijuent one A liburul
(IlHcoutit will f'k on lUailinK U'l Jwpl
For I naming Vunentl notice 1 00 No tire of
niw tlnn of sorlotiw or nwrrt onh-rs ! eenlri for
Clmrob, Society, festival and SuK'r notirw
will only 1 inwrtwl m wlvertimmeuts
No advertiMruent Will be received at less ttian
fio rent, anil no anvertirttmtnt will lie ia rui
for lex" than thn dollars ir month
LookJ Buaineaa Votloa. of
tan tinea or more, Inaerted
in tha Bulletin aa followa :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One Insertion per line 5 Centa
Two insertions per line 7 Conta
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Biz Insertions per line IS Cents
Two weeks per line..... . 26 Cents
One month per line 3ft Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
I.OUtiK, NO. rl.
Ktilrlit of Vylhiai", mit every Frl-
luy iiurlit at lill-HUt hvveii, in Od'l-
liannullor ( unitiuuiiU r.
, At.KTA.VKKK l,Jl,K, NO ?J4.
JJSTi:- lnliKlrnt OnUT of 0.-ril--
W low, riH-tfi fVBry itturrulay nitrht
--Si-' at half-a aevrn, in their hall on
Jaiimiu trial avi iiue, U-ttrm n Mlh and N-ienth
tf rti S. A. llKVoitK, N O
'1llti KM AMI'MKNT, I. O. O.F., meets
J,n Oil-K'llnwH' Hall on the ilrat and third
I id !ny In evy iiionlli, ul half-ntat nevi'n
A . Comini.cC P
f e'Alltll I.OIK.K. N0.2.C.A.F. A A. M.
I loll rrtnibir iviiiiiiiiniiation!i in Ma
lyioniii Hull, iv.rni r loniHiHrrlnl avenue
' nod Kii'lith stn t, on the Mnionit and
'.iirlh Momlnv ol ciuh month.
i in i:siay. AirOfST 10. WO.
I.venl Wrailtrr Itepnru
aiuo. III., Auk. ' l?,;
7 a in.
t p. in
I Vkl. I W AT.
.IAMI.S WA l.SO.K,
Srri!'-:iiit, Wiifnul Piriii-e, I'. M. A.
, l.-iei4 I'arnitrapxa.
hbeel Mii-ie will Ik; sold at Kol.bin'.s
Mie-ieal Itanr to-night. S-10-lt
Ilo, for new gwHl-. O. IIavtliortM of
the firm of O. II. A: Co., tilurti l for New
'I oi k and the east to-day.
llemeiulier the auetinri teile of Sheet
Musle at Kobbiu's Muial liajir to
The limerril of the little child o Mr.
and Mr-. Waller F. McKee, whi h died
on Tuesday night, took jdaee on j e-ier-day
alternoon. The parents ban- the
heartfelt sympathy of the entire commu
nity". ' At'tlM Planti-r yi'aterdiiv iwcre j. II.
hijkbamandS. I. Kelly, St. Lou's; C.
HA'truer and f li , lU Uiilo, hew York;
WHlirtriiA. Smith,- Inclnnn'tif j.r. .
Kucker, Memphis; i. L. Kubonghc and
wife, llarrisbttrg, Illinois; J. V. John
son,' Tlllilols. '
John Wood, the negro who was arrett
ed by Oillcers O'Mailey and Siirjfcatit for
trying to pick the Mcke of ngentlemau
on Monday night, and given twelve
hour to leave town by Jutii Comings,
U wanted at Padueuh for ti'l tapfiing on
a big ca le.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
wcr Thomas H. Uagnell, St. Louis; K.
W. Lyons, Cineinn:iti; John li. Thomas,
Metropolis ; Mrs. Pattiat, New Uleans ;
L. L. (irubbs and lady, Texas; T. Z.
Pi.kering, Texas; tieorge W. Hicks,
St. Louis; J. V. Hinkley and Ambrose
Warren, SU louls; J. li. Cox, Walter
At a late meeting ol the St. Patrick's
Benevolent society, held at their had,
August ti, Ki, it was
UtsvUnl. That a vole of thanks be
tendered the nieinliers of the Cairo Na
tional band, for their courtesy and excel
lent music at the funeral of our late
brother member, Mr. Peter Dowd.
P. O'Loi'oin.iv, Sec.
I. T, Linegar, esii., made a line Kem-
oitratic speech at Mound City on Mon
day night, aud whippet a lladieal. He
is uow full in the democratic church.
The battle at Mound City was lively.
Our special, who was on the Held of bat
tle, was carried oil ou a shutter, lie may
como to timo to-morrow with the de
rails of the conflict.
John P. MarnelU eanvaselng among
our iim rchants fwr ndvertisriiieuts for a
Hotel Register and advertising card,
which he is having printed at the lU i.i t
tix job rooms. His prices are very low,
and our merchants would do well to se
cure spwie in Its columns. The Invest
ment will no tloubt prove remunerative.
The alarm of lire yesterday afternoon
was caused by the breaking out ot
ll amcs hi flie court house. The lire
originated from a defective Hue, ami
geared the prisoners pretty badly. They
yelled lustily for I lie jailer to liberate
them, but the Hibernian lire company,
who was first ou the scene, soon extin
guished the flames and (piloted their
At the meeting of the city council la id
on Tuesday night, the street committee
rcjMirted back the ietltioii of John F.
U- clor aud others, praying lor the con-
structfou l.lewilkoi ttal riU "ido
r ji(K sfeflCt, 'f ronf wildftilslttct tWo
hundrrd le-ct toward WaTilngton ttvcnnp,
with the recommendation that tbc prayer
of the iietilioncrs ' be granted, and the
ordinance committee lie Instructed to
prepare an ordinance providing for the
construction of the walk bj apodal a
The board of health, at the council
tneetiiig held oil, Tuesday night, gave
It MtMr oploion that owlnf to tbo bite-f.e-s
of tlie; eajuti, and Hie im ral good
sanitory condition of the city, there was
no necessity for the city to hire garbage
carts. The health olliccr, however, will
be Instructed to strictly enforce section 1
of chapter 10 ot Um revised ordinance!,
which forbids the throwing of vegetables,
garbage, rubbish or offal or any oflen
sive, foul, or nauseous liouid or substance
hito the aUceU of the city. Any person
violating this law 1 liable to a fine of not
more than fitly, nor less than three dol
lars. Whitehead, Scott and (ioodall, who
wi re arrested by Deputies John Schee
hait nod John Cain, for playinic the con
fidence g.iin fn ft ' young man named
Grace, who lives in Kentucky, were
given a hearing before Judge l.ross yes'
terday morning in the court house. I)'
T. Linegar appeared as counsel for the
defendants, and County Attorney Mulkey
on Is hall ot the state. There was nine
witneMca subMenned on the part of the I
state. Jbe lir.t called was tnevicuni,
Will'am S. Grace, who testilled that on
Saturdav, between three and I'ouro'cliMk.
he was met by Whitehead on Commer
cial avenue, between Fourth and Filth
streets, who spoke to him in a very
friendly manner, Whitehead remarking
alter a few moments conversation, that
he was certain he had met him (Grace)
in Columbus, but Grace avers that he
never saw Whitehead until Saturday.
The two were shortly joined by G.jodall,
and Grace proponed that they all take a
drink, and Whitehead and Goodall pro
posed that they go to the "brick house
on the next corner," to which Grace con
sented. I 'pou arriving at the brick
house, Goodall sent out for a pitcher of
hei r, and Grace drank about twoglases,
and having 'taken whi-ky before meet
ing Whitehead, liegan to get boozy.
Whitehead then remarked that he wished
to go to the narrow gauge depot, as
lie expected a car load of wheat in and
wanted to ee about it, and Invite 1
Grace and Coodalt to go with him.
The party started for the depot, and at
the corner of Fourth and Walnut streets
weru joined by Scott, whom Whlteltead
introduced to Grace iu the Crystal.
Whitehead then Is'gan .-hullliiig live
cards, lour ol which were dark colored
and one red on the lace, iu a careless man
ner, when Scott offer si to twt the drinks
that no man iu the party could draw the
red card. Grace accepted the challenge,
and drew the red card. Scott then nj.
parenlly became excited and proposed to
stake tifty dollar that lie could not
draw the red card again. This bet Grace
also acivptcd, and put fitty dollars iu the
hands of (ioodall, which was covered by
Scott. Whitehead s!ill shuttled the
cards, and oll'cred them to Grace
to draw again. He did so
and lot. It was now his turn
lo get excited, and he a.-k d another
chance iu order to get back what he had
lo-t, and staked forty dollars more in
GoiHlaU's hands, Scott putting up a like
amount. Grace drew again, and again
lot. He then charged the whole party
w it 1 ha lug a hand in robbing him, but
btli Whitehead and Goodall declared
that they had never seen Scott before,
and had nothing to do with tlie affair.
Scott pocketed the ninety dollars, and
started toward the Mississippi levee, say
ing as he left the party thil be had a lot
of stock iu MUsonivamiflthf: rn v a
lug over the river to see about them.
Grace followed him as far as tin; levee
begging him to return the money, and
ioodall and Whitehead also feigned to
be anxious to get back the money for
Grace, but Scott was linn and would not
give it up. Again he started to.
ward tlie Mississippi river, aud
when Grace attempted to ful
low him, remarked that it he (Grace)
didn't go back he would put a hole iu
him. Grace then started towards town
with Whitehead and Goodall, who us
they walked along expressed tears that
the vhole party would lie arrested il
anything was said about it, and urged
Grace to leave tow n immediately and say
nothing. He consented, aud Goodall aud
Whitehead went to the point with him,
w hero he paid a fisherman fifty cents to
take him across the river.
The next witness w ho testilled was
Mrs. John Ilogau. She was standing In
her house on Fourth street, and saw
Scott, Goodall, Whitehead and Grace on
the corner of Walnut and Fourth streets.
Whitehead held in his hands a number of
cards. All the men were talking to
gether, and Grace put a big roll of mon
ey into Goodall's hands. He then took a
card f rom the pa di In Whitehead's hand,
and sitter taking it scetued to be dissatis
fied and excited. Goodall gave the mon
ey to Scott, vyho lel't.going lu the direction
ot the Mississippi river, saying as lie
started, that he was going to Missouri to
look alter some stock. Grace aud the
other men followed him a short distance,
but returned iu n few moments. Grace,
Goodall and Whitehead went towards
town, while Scott continued Ids course
towards the Mississippi river. Willie
llogan, u thirteen year old boy, testilh d
that he was "right in the crowd" with
(he men. Whitehead held live cards lu
his hand, and Scott wanted to bet tbo
drinks that no man iu the party could
draw the red card. Grace took the lad,
ami won. Scott then wanted to let fifty
dollars that Grace could not draw the
red card again. Grace accepted tlie
la-t aud put up fifty dollars iu
the hands ot Goodall. He again
drew a card from the pack iu White
head's bauds, and lost. Grace then ask
ed for a chance to ffet hack hi money,
and bet forty or fifty dollars more, the
witness was not certain w hich, aud lost
again, "when the party left,' and ho
also Went aw?. A soon as ;-fHntt find
tdn ciiuatshatl lloeccd fGrn out f Ids
money, Whiterirftd wits frccn to hastily
tear up the cards and throw them down
on the sidewalk. Tbo fragments were
picked up by a couple of young ladies,
w ho, were also on the witness stand but
knew nothing of the transaction, and
glvenlto the oillcers. Several other wit
nesses were on the stand whoso testimony
corroborated the statements inado by
Grace and Mrs. llogan, but wefe not so
full lit thi .k'tailfi td the Case, The ease,
after nil Ulio testimony was Irk, wa sub
mitted to Judge Bros without argu
ment. The Judge said that the parties
hail evidently conspired together for the
purpose ol beating Grace, aud they might
as vell have tulcen the money from him,
as the game practiced upon him was all
a one-sided affair, and the defendants
were lieM to bail In the sum ot one
thousand dollarl t each, to answer
the charge at the next term of the circuit
court. They were returned lo jail in de
fault of bail . The testimony as w ill be seen,
was very strong against the defendants,
and there seems to lie general satisfaction
with the heavy bail put upon each, as it
U believed this w ill bavo a tendency to
put a quietus upon any other individuals
who may have dealt In this nefarious
trade in this city.
The Squire's Itog.
'Squire Martin, of Goose Island, is the
owner of a large yellow dog, of cheerful
demeanor and versatile habits, lie has
been known to blockade a 'possuru hole
lor seven days and nights, without water
or commissary supplies j and more than
once has succeeded in making lus way
to the tops of trees lu quest of squirrels.
In shape he Is lean and tall, with a pecu
liarly robust and comely tail, that per
sists in curling down bis left side-, and on
wet days appears limp and uninviting.
His eyes are ol a milky color, wear a
mild expression, aud jaws powerful,
with sharp teeth, which he never
tails 1 to use ' on extraordinary
occasions. When agitated or
bored he usually took a hunting or senti
mental Journey to Cairo, making his
headquarters at Mctcalfs grocery, op
jiosile the court house, on Washington
avenue. For the past three weeks the
'squire's dog has been in our city, and
daily made things lively for Cairo dogs,
even bouncing 'Liber's black New found
laud at least once a week to give himself
an appetite for the supper he usually en
joyed at Metirall's. The 'squire sent in
word that it was aUmt time lor bis dog
Wellington to he sent home; but Wel
lington would not meander under the
most pressing invitations. Tin cans
were resorted to, which were looked
upon by Wellington us freaks
ot nature, or weak inven
tions, possessed ot no startling ef
fects and devoid of a moral. The 'squire
was inlormc 1 of the behavior of Welling
ton, and sent in an agent in the shajc of
a small boy, who gteeted Wellington
with a cynical smile, saying
"Won't sro back to the 'squire s'r Bet
yer w ill. I'll give yer jest tw o hours and
a half, by Captain MeteaU's watch, to va
cate these lu re premises."
Wellington wagged his tail, gave the
small boy a look of suspicion and retired
to a cool part of the store, where he re
posed until nightfall. Iu the meantime
the 'squire'small loy thiriui.shetl around
town, purchased four IJoniau candles and
returned to MeteaU's. Gazing at
Wellington, .with a determined
but sorrowful expression, he remarked :
''Captain, its sixteen miles to Goose
Island. Bet yer ten dollars he'll be at
the 'squire's In sixteen minutes."
The small boy attached the four lioman
caudles to Wellington's tail, and as he
looped the tough strings Into the fibrous
hair, said iu supposed tones :
, VFd like to have somebody cover
Placing Wellington iu a favorable po
sition the small loy from Goose Island,
his lace wearing a sinister and triumph
ant expression, set lire to ona of the can
dles. It spit and fizzed, and Wellington,
alarmed, sprang to his feet. The yellow
hair raised upon bis back. An explosion
followed and a ball of brilliant colors
gleamed liefore the glaring eyes ot Wel
lington. "He's oil!" said the 'squire's smak
boy as the Halliday, Galigher uud Taylor
neighborhood, one half mile away, was
momentarily lighted up,
"Is there any man here who w ill take
that bet V queried the small boy as he
walked iuto the store and called for a
chew of tobacco.
The next day fragments ot Wellington's
tail were found scattered along the road
us lar as the 'squire's neighborhood,
Goose Island precinct. People along the
route said that the 'squires yellow dog
resembled allying meteor, and that he
made at least a mile a minute.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of the Parish School
will begin Monday, September 4th, and
continue iu session sixteen weeks. Terms,
Fight Dollars tor the session, or fifty
cents per week always cavaiu.k in
advanck. There w ill be no extra charges
for any istudy except for the study of
music. For instruction lu vocal and In
strumental music, the valuable services of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have been secured
The success of the school has been such
that the Hector deems it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupils can
be accommodated. He w ill receive those
w ho apply first for admission, lie prom
ise's to all thorough instruction in the
common Kuglisli studies, iu the higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, and
also iu Latin and Greek.
CiiAiii.i'.s A. Gn ui ui,
iJhi'iuli-Ml ljt Works.
Ollleo corner Light strta-t uud Com
mercial avenue, bi Kcisers building.
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.,
cleaned uiul dyed to any shade or color.
Gciitlotuj o'i clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired aud put in thorough order. Satis
i-H-dlm F. Scuu ms Co.
tT-Remrmher. ; j
The New York Store sells
8 lbs choice sugar for
I " " .mI.i
Starch in packages, one In each
4J bbls Bio coffee for
3 lbs choice rice for , ',
2 boxes best lye for
Everything cheap at the old stand
A child's caim was picked tip Monday
on Washington avenue. Tho owner can
have It by calling at this olhVc and pay
ing 50 cents for this advertisement.
On Friday evening a black Newfound
land pup was lost. Party returning same
to mc will be liberally rewarded.
2t Sol.. A. Sii.vku.
Wa IISrAIITMSKT. flivsn ItarOT,
Anjf. S, ISiO I
I AMOVE I
RTATIOS. jLOW WATER. CIIAKOK.
it. iif. rr. is.
Cairo l.'i l'i ,
Pittaliurir I 4 4
Cincinnati V !1 5
bouiMVillc r, 2 x i
Nashville 7 8 X ' -i
St. Iaiuw I I i; 2
Kvanaville u ; u
Mi'iiiihm. M ........ II :i 3
Va-kHuu-a. iii 1 .1
New Orleans r, !t j
Ih loW IiIkIi wuterof IsTI.
Serireutil, Sitcuul Servi. V. ft. A.
Steamer James Fisk. Padiicah.
" Vint Shinklc, Cincinnati.
" Golden Utile, New Orleans.
" Fearless aud tow, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Vint Shinkle, Memphis.
" Golden Utile, Cincinnati
" Grand Lake and barges, N. O.
" Fearless and tow, Ohio river
The guage showed 13 feet, 10 Inches
last evening. The rise was one inch
from the evening previous. The wea
ther has been cool and pleasant, l'.us'i
ness remains quiet.
The Mitchell was due last evening.
She will get about 200 tons of freight
The GoMcn Utile passed up with
about '.M) tons.
The Fearless passed up the Ohio
from St. Louis w ith six barges ol ore.
Tlie Grand Lake loaded two barges
here, getting about 1, NX) tons. She got
away w ith U;,ihi tons in all.
The Vint Shinkle had a fair trip lor
Memphis. She added 23 tons here.
. ' Mow To fluke Money.
We will state that the surest, best and
Hl'OcUiCht way to "multiply and increase"
ia to vail at No. l'i Wall Street, New Yoik,
Mild consult w llli Ale a f.i.tr,riiin .V Co.
These entleiuen, who have I0111; been
Identified with tho hi-tory and affairs of
vii utn.et. are unusually skilled in mone
tary uflair, aud iu every thini; appertaining
to opeculatiou, are unexcelled for ability
and prolieieucy. It limy also be said that
of the many Brokers in that city they arc
not only tho most popular, but also the
mo-4 sueccM-lul, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near the iW11ity of
Anions the customers ol the house of
Alex I rothitiL'Imm A. Co., aro somo of our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
tlrin tor much of the wealth tboy now enjoy.
During tho loni; and sueeessful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Frotliitilmni .v. 'o.,
in this city they have earned for themselves
au enviable reputation for honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a bust tic - nluio-t
colossi! io 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 but a visit to their spacious
cilices iu Wall street to prove the truth of
jlie above atateuienl.
How they maiia;e to convert ?10 to f JO,
2il to $40, ?1U into and so on. Is a
secret which thev alone can explain; but
that tbey kiiecee J iu doing is a tact too
well known to admit of doubt, ft you
would salely and profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor this tirm
w ith your cash and confidence. That by so
doin you will reap uu abundant reward,
the experience of thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in theso times of tottering
bunks and financial stringency must be tip
parent to the most iudillereiit and careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothinnhani v. Co., are
prepared to invc.t money to any amount in
the best securities, and in every transac
tion in which they may be engaged (juar.
autee entire satisfaction to those w ho honor
them with their patronage.
fcjrisend tor their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Iteports, w hich they mail free
to all who desire them. From A'. )'. -IA-trpli,
April pi, lsTii. 7-ls-eod::iu
AVili, of course, wish to sec all the sight
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'TUEUN B Y COMPANY
has, through its connections in the Wes
aud .Northwest, placed on sale a lar'e
number of Toi'kists' KxccitsioN Tickets
at greatly reduced rates, by which pa.ssen
uers cau not only visit the Centennial r'.x-
Inbition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, w ith an
opportunity of stopping at any ol tho trreat
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOl-'TH-FUN
U the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giviiuf passen
gers, from the train, a wonderlul panoramic
View ot tho MK1HTY CATARACT,
1IOKSK SlIOK FALL, the (IK EAT
ItAI'IDS and landing them directly at the
Fulls. Tho track of the CANADA SObTII
KKN is an air line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern; there are no curves
or grades; wood Is Used for fuel; Coaches
refurnished with the Winchell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring plelcct freedom from
dust. With its complete system of mugiiif-
centFAUbOU Sl.KKI'INU AND DIUW-
ISO BOOM CABst from CHICAGO
JiKl'KOlT AND Tol.KOO, and its udiiitr
ablu connection at NIAUAItA FAl.l
AND BUFFALO with the NKW Oltk
I KNTBAL ANI KKIK BAlhwaih, ne
Canada (Southern Is fast becoming the
FAX OKITF. LINK TO THF. FAS T. Ticket
i;i this popular line can bo pioeuird at al
oilicca ol ouuecttug hues, or at the com
Any information cm be obtained by ad
dressing KKANK K. SNOW.
Ueu'l I'aas. and Ticket A;.''t. Dimon.
k. r. Uuavkel's Hitler Hlue mt Iron
has never becu known to fail iu the cure of
wcakuees, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loa of memory, diili
l ully of breathing, gcucral weakness, horror
ol disease, weak, uervou treuibliog. dread-
lul horror of deain, iiigut weai, com
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lasMtudo nt the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symnl
toms, hot hands, Hashing of the holy, dry.
nes of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying tho blood,
pain in tho back, heaviness of the eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before Ibe eyes
Willi temporary aullislon and loss of sight
M "il"! ar!i,UOn' "f TI,C!'6 "ynptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to r. md
that, use K. F. Kunkel's Bitter w n" of
Iron. It never fail. Thousands arc now
enjoying health who bavo used it. Take
only K. K. Bunkers.
Keware of counterfeits and ba-e Iraita
1L Av Kunk''i: Hmr Wine or Z 1 is
so w, ii known all over the country, drug
gista t hemselves make an Imitation and try
to sell it off to their rutorner. w hen thev
ea I for bunk, l'i Hitter Wine of Iron" J
Kunkel is Hitter Wine of Iron is put tip
only 111 I bottles, and bit-a yellow wrapper
nice y put on the outside with the pro
prietor s photograph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
jrraph on the outside, and you will always
be Miro to get tho genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for . Sold by druggists and
t'.ealers cvervw here OB
ALL WOBMS BKMOVED ALIVE.
h. !. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy Pin Seat and tuonittch Worm.
Dr. Kunkel, the only sticeesstul physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that if Tape Worn!
be removed, ail other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun.
kel. No. ii."if) North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
Price, fl.no. It never tails.
Tho lnll, rrestml, nml mo- reliable
n mnly ever put Un'i'ther by im-dnal si ienre,
lor Ithcninati.Hfo. WihiiiiIh, swelling, llurni.
Caked l:ren-t, In (he l.i-ntnur l.iiiiiniiit,
Thi re are two kinds What the White Liniment
is for the human family, tin Yellow Centaur
Liniment is for sm med, lamp and strained
horses and animals. nmy'J'-wl it
liildreii Cm lor ;itlorlit. It is n
lileaHiinl to take as honey, und iu nli-uliiiely
linrinleriH. It is sun- to exin l worms, cure mil
colic, i-CL'iihitf the bowels and stoinsrh. and
everroino irrilabililr caused by rash or rutting
lrein. 11 is a MTIeel Hiilatilnte lor I a tor ill,
and fur I ostivni-ss in young or old there is
ni'lliiliK m existence sot n elie :ni reliable
Uy virtue of an execution to me directed by
the clerk of the circuit court of Alexander
county, ill the Mule of Illinois, in favor ol l.l
leii Wulsli and against Itericird Smyth, I have
levied upon the loowing ilcsc.rilicd property,
in this ntyof Alexander and .state uf Illi
Lois iiuinhered twelve (IJ) uud thirteen (I t) in
block niimlicrcd two W) ; the undivided one-hall
('..) of lot niiiiilicrcd ei'ht (s in block 1111111
Im iikI Iwrntyseven (.T); the undivided one-half
('...) of lots niiiulieixsl seventis-u (17) 11 ml eigh
dsn (Is) in block nuiulicrcd thirty (H'),all hi
thecily ol Cairo, county of Alexander and state
t( Illinois. Also lot iiiimlsieil m'Viii (7) in
block iiumlicrcil twenty six (M, lot niimliere.l
three ( i) in Moek imiuiIm nil lorty-llve ( '), lot
niiinis-red ihirly-seveu (.17) in block nuiulicrcd
forty-seven (17), lot numbered ten (In) III lil.sk
numbered elubly-thrts- (Sil. The lease hold in
terest in and to lot numls-rcd eiifht (s) in block
niiinliereil elghtis.n (Is), liir-llir with Hie
hiiilitiniCi and illiliioveiiients situatiil thciism.
nil Mae! last nieulionrd lots and hliH-ks Immiik ait-
uutisl in the. lirst uilililioii lo tlie city ol Cairo, in
I lie county nt Alemuuter and suite ot Illinois, as
Om. .r.... rly of tlie wiid I'.erniinl sinyih, wlllell
1 shall oiler :it pulilinsule at the Soiilh- west door
ofthet ourt House in tlieeily of Cairo, in the
county of Alexander and Male o Illinois 'oil tlie
II 111 dilV of Allinint. A. I'.. Is7.. ill the In nr ol'
eleven o'clock, a.m., lor Cash, lo sati.-IV said
execution. AI.KX.II 1ICV1N.
SlierilTof Alexander County, 111
Cairo, Ills. , August sih, IsTii. ,1 -t t
Hv virtue of nn execution to me diits'tiil In
fill- eleik n 1 he circuit court of Wnviic
eounty, in the State f Illinois, in favor of W il
I111111 shuctfer and au'.iiust Klleu TrousiJaie, I have
levied upon the following ilesei ilk d .ro rlv,
in thisixiuuty of Alexander und Slule 01 I111110L-.,
Ids imuiliered one (I), two (). thiw l.ll.
fmr (I), live ('), six (it), seven (7) nml eiirht isl.
all in block nuuilieruil ten (I"), iu the third ud
dition to the city ol I uiro. in tlie count v 01' Alex.
atiderandSlateof Illinois, allicons.ityo' the
aaia! Kllcn i rousdulu, which 1 slisll vlWul puliliv
suleul llie soiitu-wesi U'orol tlie ( ourl liouse
ia the city of l airo, in the routv of Muvumli r
und Stale of Illinois on the'Ulh day of August,
a. i., ism, at ttie notir 01 eleven o clock, a.m.,
for Cash, to Kutl.',ly s.ud execution.'
AI.K.V. 11. I1CVI-S, .
Sherilf Alexaulcr Coiiuty, Ills,
lairo, Ills. , Aug. sth, l.-e. ., ,. il-ld
Nhcrirr aNnlr. :
By virtue of an execution to me directed
by the t.'lerk of tho Circuit Court ! Ale--auder
County, in the State of Illinois, iu
favor of Kernard McManus and against
James A. Fry, I have levied upon tlie fol
lowing described property, in Urst Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, iu the County of
Aiexanacr aim jsi'iie 01 Illinois, io-wii:
All of the right, title find Interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (Li) iu block numbered forty-seven (47)
which I shall otter at pJbllc sale at the
South-west door ol the Court House iu the
City ol Cairo, iu the County of Alexander
and state ot Illinois, on the filth day of Oc
tober, A. D., lsTt), at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. L, lor cash, tm satisfy said ex
ecution. Ai.kx. II. lHVIN,
Sherilf of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, His., July 12, 1S7U. did
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WiUi u line steel Purtrait of A. T. Stewart,
lilseur.er, ieiilli, Will and biieevaaiou.
And Usi.les the uniiiue und vuluuble Iiiaiy of
iiiiiiorlunt events anil occurrence iiiioughout
the world, this iiuiulier con loins, among I40
hundred oilier arlicles, the lollowiUK oiulsol
g 11111 Victoria's New Title.
lir. .lohu Hull's Aunl I'lillosophcra (I'ools).
I he True American a characlcnstic t'oeiu.
Washington a .Waishul of I rauce.
.I. IIU JllK'eloH 'j f uncy .
New llorse-Cur I'twiiy, for April.
I loin I'edro'a I haraclcristira.
A W hist Tarty iu the Ark.
'three Capitalist AMor, Stewart, Yaudcrbilt.
Mark I wulu al a lloisu Am u. in.
Ir list Keinale Lobby ial al W ashington..
The tiirl of sevibe a Spanish I'oelu.
Uovalty iu the Cniteil Slates.
A 1 tennis W ard's t haraclcr and I'ts uliuritin.
Monthly Keesirtlol'I'oiiKn'aa, ele.
'Ihiukfs to Ik luimlied al,Minilui and touching
poems, skeli hei, iucldfiils, Ac, in such ullitu-.-
live vuriely, tuai 11 lorinaiuv ih ih-bi iiihiiiiii m
vuluuble uud eiiteiuiliiliig lewlilig uluioet ever
eiuhracad iu a muguAiua.
This new Periodical, w hich has already reach
ed such an enormous popularity, U
Something new ami original lu ine way 01 a
OMonlhlv Manaiiia. Ileiug a Mirt of lit-fcn-uce
Scrap-1 look, or monthly rocord ol iiuimrtuut
events tliut hapuvii 111 any pari 01 uir muni,
Willi a select ion ot tlie iiiosi .o utiar iiusoeiiaiir
I' the eiirienl mouth, urose uud iMietry, foreign
und iloiueslio. Kdi le I by I lank M sjie, of the
IWuitifullv iirlnUsl. Willi an eleKaut rtteel I 'or
truil of the moat pioiuiueiit )ieraou of the uioulli
IU eucii .Miiiioer. ,
fin., of 1 1,.. hoimI eiilertaiulnir and vuIuuImt Ursl'
,1.. .. mv, I'ritV. 'SI
ccuu a month, or ' 00 lor a year's auUcop
ii.miu.MiiufM oultl iiv the nublishcra.
aeurlv SuUiuiiilioua Ijetfia Sil'h "ulr
- ' .
O. W. CHABLET0H A CO., PabUthirt,
Madiawu S'luare, Sew Yoik
T thm Work Ina; riaM -Wt can rhri
nil eniiilnTmeni t hi.k ... . "
Urge pay, in yoor owa Inoalitiea, wilhoul hsn.
away irom borne over night. Agents wanted l
K"nitiLIii"r,n,ta!, TrnnM 'y Pr year.
IMsmde feel a r-i i-i-T. . wn
about it. An eliaot patrlotln e.rayon drawltwr
? Zi 1 1 j 1 l.ni"l, mheranr of the
One Hundredth Anniversary of the lndenen
rnreofthe luited Stolea.'' hiTm hJan .2.
Any one can become a mimMuruf aoat.
lint .n,.iv II,. r.n... . .l ..i. r
dwUorauhae.rilaT.arB eily obul'nad . yer?
where. TI.... i. m .1 .
....... D ,MlniIlcna .us, win nay 1 la
thi, at linnent. IV. h... ." LtJ""
niakingaaliiKliaa Jo ,r day Tad "pward."
i' . " " "re. ""in, inai. nran
- - ".-.n, M-rius, am .amp e copy ofnaner.
lueh are m-X free to all who apply? .to it Ito
dav. .mitilelffoiiiio r . .i.Ji- iV
fv,m.r. and mewleaT'andTha r
son. and daiiKhUr.maketh.yery best of aVntt
Tli Qnlekeit, Narrat Md 'hepst
'hysiciuiiri recommend, and Karriem ilerlurw
that no sin h reiuedie. have ever before been In
use. Wont, are cheap, but the proprietor, ol
these articles w ill pn-oent trial bottles to medical
H" 11 . gratis, as a auarsuti-e of what they aay.
oit.i D.O,u H U.XUlt.S 1 , HUITI V MAP-
ran, w ill curt! lUieiiiuati.in, Neuralgia, Luui
lago, sciatica, Inked P.reasU, Sore Nionles,
frosleil hit, C'hilhiuiiia. Hwetlhors. Horainn.
und any ordinary
1'I.KSH, HuNK OR MCSCLB AILHEST.
We imikM no luelenae that this article will
cine cancer, retoie lost boliea, or give health to
a whisky .naked ran-asi, but it will always re
duie iulluininulioii ami allay in.
. il win riraci lueisnsouol Oil. aiKl RtlURS,
and heal burns or scalds without a scar. I'ulsy,
cu. inca, i uihi i.nnHis, r.anu ne, loothacbe,
Itcli and ulaueous Kriiiitiou. read'ly yi.lil to
llenrv Mark, of Ada. Hardin C!n.. O . suvs :
" Jly wile has hail rhetinutth.ni for II v years
no rest, no sleep eould seri-Sy walk across Uie
insir. r-iie is now completely cureu ny llie use
ol Centaur Liniment. Wu ail led thankful to
you, and recommend your womtcrful luedicina
Z. uu our 11 leuos. "
.lunie-i llurd, of .anesyille, Ohio, eays: "The
Centaur Liniment cured my Neuralgia."
AlliDd Tush, of NeMaik. wnUs: "Send me
one 1I0.1-11 hot ilea by expn-ss. 'I he Liniment
lias .nven my leg. 1 waul 10 uistrilm'e it, Ac."
llie aale of lids Liniment ia increasing rap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is for tlie tough akin, flesh and muscle, of
lloll.MK, MI LLS ANU ANIMALS.
We have uever yet seen a case of Spavin.
Sweeny, Itimr-I'.one, W'ind-Oall, Scralclies, or
I'oll-I vil, which lliis Liiiunent would not
spisslily henehl, aud we never aaw hut a few
u-4-a winch it would uol cure, ir Will Cchb
when uii thing can. li is folly to siieud ) for
a r snier, when one dollar's worlh ol Ceulaur
1. 1 in men I willdo belter. 'I he following ia a .am
ple of the testimony prodmwd:
. 1 . Hopkins, osim.tsicr, 11411a, 0 , aays:
"CenUiur l.lmuieul can't be beat. It cure
Ybi.vkiiton, O., March 2, 1S74.
"The I'enluiir LiniineuLs are tlie beat selling
medicines we have ever bad. The demand u
very great for it, and we cannot afford to be
"I. II. HISEYSO."
JcrraNsoN, Mo.. Nov. 10, IsTS.
' Some lime airo I was Hhioolnir horses i., Mt
liuia. I a-ot one badly enppled in the ear'
With ureal dillieultv I trot him to the 0.1.1..
The stuliie keeier gave me a buttle of your Cen-
iiuir i.iniiueni, wiileli 1 oal with aueh succesa
Unit in iwodays Die hoise was active aud nearly
eu. 1 u.vn oeea a vrumnary aurgeon lor
Unity years, but your tTuliueut beaU anything
I have ever useiL
"A. .1. M'CAItl'y Veterinary Snrgeon."
For a nostaareit, anin tve will mail a Centaur
Almauuc, coulain'ng iiuudnsU of certiheatea,
from every Stale in the Union. These Lini
ments a ! now sold by all dealer in tberouutry.
i.aooraiory oi j. mkia al iu.,
in luty sr., new Yoiik.
Cast or ia.
Dr. Samuel l'itcher, of Hyannls, Ma...., ei
(aTinieuUil in hla private practice, for twenty
years, lo produce a combination that would have
thu rMp.ru oi' CAS1DK I1L without ita un
pleasant taste a4 gvifiing aflaet. -
Hi. preparation was aent for. near and far,
till Dually ha rave it Uie name of Caatoria, aad
out it tin for sile. It i. very wonderful iu ita
enVot., iKiiticulMrly with tha disordered atoiu
aeua 11 aa bwwal al ohlidrea. it AasiaULATES
the Knoll, cure, .our stomach and wiud colio,
regulates the bowels, KxpeU Worms, and may
be relied upon in croup.
Aa a pleasant, adective. and fierfecllv lafe
Cathanic remedy, it is auoerior to Castor nil.
C on I nils and Syrups. It does not coutaiu alco
hol, ami is ailupUil to any age.
uy reguiutiug uie stoiuacn ana 00 wen 01
cross and sickly cbildreu, they become good
natured and healthy. They caaanjoy Bleep, and
mothers huye rest. The Caatoria is put up al the
l4ihoilory of .
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New 1 oik.
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