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; J. G, LYNGH'S
Real Estate Column
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A lnler county lnd, Cairn lots,
whang for Ht, lioni ircH-rty.
I fifl MHith hall of the "Wot", houne at
- Ootid two tnry hriek atorc room on
Commercial ".venue Ix'twwii Kleventh
Find Itoor of hrlck dwelling corner
Nineteinfh mil I'oplaridrcct.i.
-Saloon and fixturt-M, southwest t-orn-fr
Eighteenth treet and Comnicreial
tvenuc, at a burtfaln.
. -Cottao on Twelfth utreet, wwt ol
Jommcrcint .vcntie, $10.
1 writing ifiiiM on Cro Ntri-ct, wca
of WaKhiiigloii avenue.
Two.lMiHlnfM lionri on l.cvec) street,
bUve Klishtli, $20 cik h.
A kx'1 cottajfc on Twenty-Ninth
-treet, tiear Commercial avenue.
Store room on Coiniin-niid avenue,
vxl to Waverly hotel, fid.
Cottage of 4 room oti Twenty-third
street, and Holhrook avenue $0. liood
van! anil cistern.
Store-room corner Twentieth ami
roj.lar ntnt-U, $12 M.
Wore room ajoining alovi $.
I'p (daira of oumj on Comiucreiid av
enue, near I'.'th "treet. Sultahh for
tuincjft and .Iwclling, $3.
TcncnieiitH nutnhcn'd 8 and '.,
Winter' How, 5 room each for $10
per month. Will Ik put In llrst-cla
(Orphan Asylum huilding and pri-ini-.
Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Waxliitigton avenue, $12 a month.
Jtooin In various part ol the city.
I.audx, In tract to cult, near Cairo,
j. (ikokue hi r.imiorpp.
on Eighth 8trwt, two floors from Alex
ajear County Bank, Is the place to get a
iahlonuhle hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else In the harder line. La
the' ainl children' hair cut or dnwed.
eiiher at the nhop or their home.
l.eiilher nnd t'ludlnca.
At the idore, room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. !K), below .sixth
street, may lie lound a lull usortmcnt of
leather ami llmlings ; al a larjjr Mock
of St. Louis custom made loot ami
flux s. lie alo keeps on hand a good as
Kortnu'iit of Ixjot.., t-hoe, etc., of hi
own make. Hoots and fchoc. made to
order of first-das material and ratUfav
tion guaranteed. 0-21-tf
Uo to the Monatnlns f rolornilw
by the Atchison, Tojxrka and Santa Ye
Itailroad, tlionow anl popular line from
AtohiMju and Kuiiiib City via the. Ieauli
ful ArkAimas Valley, to I'ucblo, Colora
ilo Hrrlngs, iKl Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Vo and all IoiiiU 111 Colorado, New
Mexico und AiUonx Spexlid round
trip tickets to I vtiver, only $.j0, allowing
stop-ort privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs.
Maui ton and I'iku'a Teak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
I'ulluian l'alacc Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri Uiv r and Itocky Moun
Uius, willkoul haiige. ( o: comiec
timii iDidc at I'm bio with trains fur
Ih nvrr ami Northern Colorado.
For mapa, t!tu tattles and the San
.1 linn tiiile,' UiHrefC,
T. J. Amkiw..
Ori, I'ltitM. Agt.,
7-lstf Trt.KA, Kan.
This xpitlarsaloon, corner Fourteenth
street anil Wabington avenue, U ojcn to
Uie public. The bar U supplied with
pure wince, choice ll'piors and the line!
brands of clgar.
;t--'.Vtl' .ls. I'ovkkkk, I'rop'r.
1 will continue (he xulu of books and
stalionrry and iniisienl gKid as hcreto
tore at Kohbina' Muii-al 11 ijir, until
Thursday, .Inly 27th.
I 'at tics desiring to purchase goods at
retail or in jobbing hits will consult
their interest by pun liajing now.
1 will receive bid.s lor either tock of
goods hi bulk at any lime.
I will, on Thursday morning. July 27,
commence the sale ol books and Ftation
try pertaining to the entate of W. It.
Kockwell t& Co., ami the stin k of mu
sical good belonging to the e-tate ot C
Kobbins A Co.,
AT IT.T1LKJ Al t TION,
and continue the fame from day to day
until these entire h tuck a are dispos
Such an optottunilv was never be fori
ottered to the people ot Cairo and vicin
ity. (ihoKtiK FisiiKit, Assignee,
Ot W. 11. Koikwell, bankrupt, an I C.
Kobbins & Co., bankrupts.
Caiko, July 21t. lTiJ. 7-22-tl
( rl Wood.
Singlecord $H "i0
Five 2onl lot 3 25
COl. rAKAKISK Al U1U MkOLlY :
Single ton $:t .Ml
Three II 25
Five " :i no
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
lllied. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. V. Wiii Kt-hitiVCo.
The store reoin now occupied by Uohbiu't
Music liaar, and Koi kvcU' Uuokttore, on
Coninurtlul aveuuo, between Hixth and
Sevenlh Blrects. Apply to A. Itolto, next
door to Ike Wal'lcr'a eloihlug store, Ohio
Lyon's Kathaiuon makes U'autlfu
gloscy, luxuriant hair; prevenU its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
teat of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norivaL 3-lU-tl&w ly
i da any
"ni it will mat ywa imlb i in awl UI uii ta i
trt.UuU silvtrtU'8 ft fublf Co., ft. Lault, Mia
I luu u.i i Mir feif.
We are authorined to announce .tull II.
KMIUNHON aarawliila'eror Micnf! of Alc
amlcr county, at the coming county election.
WeereanUioriied toannoenee that H. A . F,d
mulitiwi lean laslauertileat Heimhllca. cawli
ilafc lorBttllT, at liw enanm county el'-clion.
MTe are authorial to Btieoafior I'KTKR At'l",
fur an liiil'M'nitrit ramlitnt for Mn-rlff of Al
rxamlt r county, at the mihiiiiik roiiuly elninxi .
K4TI.N or An:ill'ININ4J.
IfAll bill for lvrliinK, arc ilur nnt .y-
alllc IN AOVANCB
Trannirnt alvrrtiainR will In- inwrti-d at tli
rate of II W jx r (wiiiarc for Die flrnt lnwrlion
ami (X) oenta for each utweiiirnt one A litwrul
(llmymnt will I nuwle nn alamlinK ami liii
For InmirtinK Funeral notice l eo Notice ol
rueetinR of aocletiwa or mr.trt onlera !fi cetita for
Cliurrh, Hociety, rtival ami Hiiiier lHitiva
will only be Iniwrted a wlvrrtiwnienti
No alvcrtineni'nt will be rewivol at lrn than
H nrnU, ami no wlvcrliwiiH iit will be inn rli-l
for b-fuithitn thr lollam tier month
Irfo.l Buainnaa Notioea, of
Uin Unaa or mora, Inartd
in the Bulletin aa follow :
Commence Counting at ten Llnea.
One ineertlon per line a Centa
Two ineertlona per line .. 7 Centa
Three Insertions per line 10 Centa
Six lnaertlona per line 16 Centa
Two weeks per line - 25 Cents
One month per line ...35 Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
AHCALON I.OUGK, NO.
Knytit of I'ythiaa, niwts every Krl
ilay hitcM at hail-pant M-ven, in M't-
Kt-llows Mull lluwa,
.Clianot llor ( oiiiiiuui li r.
, . ALKXAMKK l.OIM.K, Ml iX.
yf "V InViMttsriit Onler .r IMd-KrU
JB5 .f low, in-U --ry 'lliurwlay uilit
nt mli Muit twvfo , in thi-ir hall on
nnn r:nl aieniu-, l lvrcii .sixth ttml sw-vi-nth
t t-n X. A. Mkvohk. N i
1IUO V SCAMI'MKNT, I. O O. F., tiiti
t Viu Ni-Krllw' Halt on the Unit ami third
I in ! in rvi-ry iiiouUi. at half-mnt wven
A . l.OUINOFl, i, I'
AlkO UHMiK. NO. W.A.F. A A. M.
lrV ilohl n icular communiistionfi in Mm-
lL X wiiui' Mull, tvirnrr ioiiimi n utl avenue
' 7 Annl KiKhth slrwl, nn the iteoiml ami
"..mtli MomluT of ea'b rnonlb.
FKIDAY. AFfil'ST 11. 170.
Ienl Westlter Report.
7 a in.
Fcrffrant, Sitciwi servti. I'. A.
Lnes I Parncrnpns. '
John W. Trover, of St. Lors
LsU retl at Uie St. Charles.
Mr. A. 11. Ha fiord returned to the
on WedneMlay afUrnoon.
Mr. Charles lleudurson has
Indiana on a visit to relatives.
The llour merchants of this
been doing a good business
coming ol Uie new crop.
i ne culling uowu ol Uie weeds on
Washington avenue, makes quite an im
provement in the apiaraueo of that
The Democratic club wi'l hold another
meeting at;their hall on Ohio levee
this evening. Ict every mcmtier m in
The Iki.i.tn Js indebteil to Judge
Joint .1. Uinl, ol this city, for a cata
logue and circular of the 1'lliiois I ruin
The Titdfii and Hendricks Swecers
have rcvivxl another iiiiiueiiM" and
ticaiiiiiui siriaiiKr. vvlikli wot goon
wave from the top of the big pole.
The Tildcu and Hendricks Sweaters are
negotiating with a St. Louis firm lor
lot ol torches and uniforms. The Swei it
ers intend to rush things when the time
The halliards ot tho big Tildcu ami
Hendricks pole were changed yesterday.
so that the new streamer brlouinnr to
the Sweepers can be pulled to the top ot
TUeru will be a meeting of the Sweep
ers at their hall this evening at s o'clock
Let every Democrat be present.
WlU UM (J. Ml'liaE,
Cairo, Ills., Aug. 11. 170. See'y.
Mr. Joseph I'erkins, of New Orleans
and Mrs. Stewart, of this city, were mar
ricil at the residence of the bride, by
l.cv. 15. V. tieorge,' at one o'clock yes
da y afternoon.
At the .meeting of the 1 leinm ratii!
club to lie held this evening, Fpceclies w ill
be made by se veral ol our prominent
Democrat. A fu'l attendance of tin
ini iuU rs is desired.
we ttmierjtami mat several ot our
prominent Democrats will attend the
ratification to be held at Carboudale to
morrow night. The Carbomlalo people
are looking forward to a rousing dun
Mr. James A. Wllkison, who for sev
eral years past has been associabsl with
drug establishment of llarclay
Hroa., in this city, leaves this city shortly
to seek out a new houe. Mr. Wi'kisou
has many friends In this city who will re
gret to iiear this, but who will send with
him their best wishes lor his prosperity
We have a fflmi piano in the ware
rooms of Julius Ilaucr & Co., Chicago
warranted lor live years, and of tho very
best make, which we will sell tweuty-liv
per cent, oil half cash, balance In thrt
and six months. It is a bargain. Apply
at Uie Ulu.bhx ofllce.
K. A. Bl RXKTT.
When Uie Tildcn and Hendricks
Sweepers appear on tho streets, wKUMc-
llafllM gorgeously arraj etl m Ihelr leailer
It tlll alght lorthn gOls and tho
liiirt-ot lhajUklieal will Dink iihia
him. The Sweeper will apKarto him
ana army with banner?, a Indeed
they arc, marching down upon tho ad
ministration of misrule and corruption.
Tho iH'inocratic boy In Cairo are pa
triotic, and want reform. Willie San
dusky, a twclvc-y car-older rcMduitr on
Walnut Htreet J jut back ol tho lit l i t. mm
Dice, lmscr tud a iM-niitilul Tildeii and
IfendricKl iiOlnfU'tetitf-flvR fort high,
nnl from lt top waves proudly a flag.
Willie Ih cnthusia-itic, and we leant will
address a ratillontion mocting of the? lKyf,
at tho Kleventhstn et school houw, coon.
At Ih Ht. Chart c yenterrtay were reg-
stered J. J. Simpson, Detroit; K. D, 'an-
ergritt, Keokuk; John Hendricks, Cin
cinnati ; John W. Trover, St. Ioui; hd-
win Corlip, Mctropoll.-; Mrs. Tliomiison,
Fort Smith, Arkansas; Miss rcarson
Fort Smith. Ark.; John Abindmger,
New Orleans; (Jeorgo W. Kobetls, Kv
ansville; John Itateinan, Chicago.
S(Tiie in the ladies' coach of tin.' outgo
ing passenger train on the narrow gauge
railroad. Ladies in car awaiting depart
ure of train; enter barefooted gentlemen
from tho rural districts ; gazes admiringly
at ladle? takes a scat just Ix liind them.
sticks hi. feet on the back of next scat
ladies hold their noc?, and train de
At the Planter's yesterday were A. T.
.Mahley, New Orlcan; John S. ISrldges
and wife. Carboudale; II. L. IJoren,
Foreman:!;. T. Clarke, Kentucky; 15. A.
owen and wile, Ifc-xtcr city; Hen.
Chambers. Dexter City; A. II. Cavil, St.
,ouis; William 1". I'.ilev, Marion L. 15.
James, Marble Mill, Mo.; W. T. Mnr-
hall, (ieorge ilogan and Daniel Hufl',
Texas I'.cnd, Mo.; J. L. Wright, Vonsnr,
Mo.; J. J. Walker, Caledonia.
Judd (ireen is a colored gentleman of
loyal disiMisition. and his wife is equally
loyal. On emancipation day they cele
brated, ami their jollification wound tip
by Judd's getting out of humor with his
better half and putting a head on her,
The wile has thought long and seriously
of Judd's inhuman conduct, and on Wed
nesday made up her mind to make him
stiller. She accordingly had him arrested
and taken before Judge Uird for tiiab
who assessed a lino ot live dollars and
cots against him, which he paid and
departed a wiser if not a better man.
On la.-t Wednesday a gentleman named
Bracken and another party, arrived in
this city in search of a man w hose name
we could not learn, who, tjey informed
the authorities here, had killed an old
gentleman in Craves county, Kentucky,
on last Tuesday. The circumstances, as
related by the two men, are that about a
week ago the murderer went to the store
ot the murdered man, whose name was
also Bracken, and an uncle to" the first
named party, and asked him to credit
him for a tair ol shoes. The old gen
tleman refused which aroused Uto enger
ot the man. but he left without saying
anything. On Tuesday he again re
turned to the store of Mr. Bracken, and
when the old gentlemen was not cx-
pecting any hostile demonstration, struck
him on the head with a largo piece of
wood, killing him almost instantly. The
murderer then lied, and it Is supposed
came to this city, but no dellnite clue
up to hist evening had been found ol him.
Diver Hiram Hill on Wednesday com
pleted the raising of the machinery ol
the wreck of the Shipper's Own. Mr.
Hill was at this work, just ten days,
the time allowed hy his contract for do
ing it. The task was no small one, and
as may be seen by a glance at the ma
chinery which lies on the w recking boat
Charley Hill, at the loot of Kighth street,
and which will be sold at auction In this
city on the 15th infant, to the highest
bidder for cash. This machinery is only
three years old, and consists of 3 boilers,
IS feet long, lis inches diameter, 4 flues;
2 engines, 11 inch cylinders, 5 loot
stroke; 1 doctor; 1 shaft; 1 nigger en
gine and capstan ; all the copper pipes.
bed plates and slides; throttle valve;
two large syphon pumps, 1 deck pump ;
cam rods, shipping-up rods and attach
ments; hog chains; large anchor; and
small fixtures and tools belonging to
machinery ; gas pipes, globe valves,
brasses, etc. Tho w heel of the Shippers'
Own was taken from the wreck by the
apparatus of the. Charley Hill without be
ing taken apart or broken In tho least,
and still hangs by the block und tickle
on the Hill, just as it was taken
Iroiu the river. This machinery, we are
Informed, cost the owners ot the Ship
pers' Own lictweeu six and eight thous
A few days ago two negro lioys nam
ed Henry Massey and Bony Maekins,
had a dilllculty,aiid Bony, armed with an
ax handle, threateiid to mash Henry's
head. Henry remarked that if Bony in
tended to mash his head he had la tter
be about it mighty quick, as he had made
up his, mind to shoot him. Bony started
tor Henry to carry out his threat, but
Henry saw blood in Bony's eye and "lit
out" for home. Bony Jfollowedjclose at
h is heels, but Henry was too licet for
him, and rushed into the house where he
seized a shot-gun and .la-gan to hastily
load it, preparatory to sending Bony to
tho place where tho good darkies go.
When Bony saw that Henry meant busi.
ness, ho liegan toreali.o how sweet lile
Is, and ho beat a hasty retreat. Henry
presented his gun at Bony, w ho took a
7.1zag course across tho common back
of Walnut street, but not wishing to run
the risk of losing his chargo ol powder
and shot, by missing his mark concluded
to postpone the job of letting daylight
Into Bony until a more favorable oppor
tunity presented Itself. Bony, however,
convinced that Henry would make a
target of him one of these lino days b.
corns gAftUy airmail, am) iytGrrda-f
swore out a warrant tor the arrest of the
daring Heury, A number of witnesses
estllled against Henry, and Judge Broi
lined him Iwtnly-livr dollars atxl roft,
and lent li'm to tlir look-np lor iinerti
duyn." ' - ' '
Caiko, Ii.iin-ois, 1
Thtuaday Fvcning, Aug. lmh, i;ii,
' The business ol tin city since Ut Mon
lay was considerably more aeliye than
has N eii usual for some time. During
the greater part of the time the town ha?
been full of furmcrS With their teams and
wagon laden witJi produce and grain of
all kinds, ami the lite and bu-tle that has
existed has caused much encouragement
and good fi-eling. The Weather has been
rather changable, and several rains have
fallen which have kept the air coo
and very pleasnnt. The rivers hayo
liccn rising very slow ly lor several days.
Kates to the south are unchanged.
The llour market Willi the majority of
tlHi merchants Is reiiorbil in good condi
tion for shippers. Sto ks are light, and
pecially as to choice and medium
grades. Low grades are In light onpply;
the tltmand for them is also very
light. The inquiry for choice and me
dium grades was active yesterday.
Hay Is plenty and very dull. None Jis
being sold. ( 'hoice new hay Is offered at
Corn and oats are dull. The reeelpU
have becu very lialit. The stocks on
hand In-fore our la-t Ksue still stick, ami
are sufllclcnt for the present demand
Meal and bran are very dull. There
are good supplies of country and city
meal, with no demand. There N no de
mand for bran.
Butter is in fair supply under liberal
receipts, but stocks are not accumulat
ing. 'hoice is in good demand. Fggs
are in good demand. The market is
bare, and tin-re is not enough arriving to
satlsly the urgent inquiry.
The large stock of poultry w hich had
accumulated on the market at our last
report, has Ix-en greallv reduced. The
demand lor old hens is active with not
enough arriving to tupply the call
Old roosters will not sell. To.natoes
still continue to sell well.
gtrOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually lor
sales from lir-t hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Stocks are light. Choice and medium
grades are in good deimnd. Iow
grades are in light supply and very quiet
tic note the sole ot J'." hbls various
grades, :j 50(5,0 50 ; 100 bbls XXX,
$5 50; 500 bbls choice family. $G; 700 bbls
yatious grades, $3 5yu5 50; 100 bbls va
rious grades, $1(5,0 75; 100 bbls various
grades, S3 75(5,0 25; .'150 bbls varioiw
grades, 53 "r,S 50.
This market is well sus-aied with both
new and old hay, with no business to
transact. Choice new hay Is offering at
SI 1. with no buyers. No Miles were re
Nothing Is being done In this marker
There is very little corn arriving, but
there is a sullicient amount on hand :o
supply all the demand that Is madr
There was some inquiry for chobc white.
but tho demand U hardly strong cnoug
to speak of. No sales were reported.
This market is equally as dull as tho
corn market. The receipts have bee
verv liirht. but the demand being also
exceedingly l'ght, the stock Is fitillicicnt
to satisfy it. No sales were reported.
The meal market is very quiet
not one sale having b?en reported
tor this issue. Country meal is in very
inmil uimiilv. I'ltv ste.ini dried Is litentv
j . , . .
Country Is held at $2 25; city at $2 35
Bran is iu abundance at the mills,
with no demand lor it. The ruling figure
is stoi 10.
This market is in very good condition.
The receipts for the past week have la-en
liberal, but stocks are not aecumulaiing.
There is good demand lor choice. The
sales noted were 10 tubs choice Northern,
.Hk-; 20 pails Southern Illinois, 15Hc;
4 packages Southern Illinois, lSe.
The market Is almost bare of eirgs.
They are in uctive demand. No Bales
There is an urgent demand lor old
hens. Old roosters are unsaleable.
The heavy overstock last reorted has
nearly all U'eu disposed of. The sales
reported were 8 coops spring chickens.
fl 50: 4 coons hens. .150: 3 dozen
spring chickens, $1 75.
We quote salt in car load lot. $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sab? of 210 bbls salt, f I K;i;l 70.
HIDF.S AND Fl'Ktf.
Siikki' li:i.rs (Jreen 75c l 2" i dry
lOfi) !Hlc shearings 10 fW) 20c.
Kt-K.s Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
Jl 50; No. 3$l; No. l 50e. Otu r No.
1 $ No. 2l; No.? 1 $; No. 4 $.
Mink No. 1 1; N".2 "V; No. .1 .Vie;
1 10c. r.accoou No. 1 70e: No. 2
40c t No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk --No
lS5o No. 2WJC; No. .1 -Mk'i No. 4 Lk-
iv i:rv Nil. 1 f 1 : No. i 75c : No. 3
50o;red lox No. 1 1 ; No. 2 i'.
Opossum No. I 10c; No. 2 8c; No. .1,
fie. M uskr.it No. 1 2lk ; No. 2 15c ; No.
it lia.. IU ur- No. I $10: No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 41. Wolf-Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2 Jl "5 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c'
rrairie Woll-Nrt. 1 $1 25 ; No. i Ma j
Wild Cat House Cat lue. Radger
We quote 1'aradise ami Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, V', nut,' $2 ; delivered car
load ja r ton,, lump, f3 W); nut, $ 3 75;
delivered ia-r slnglo ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$:125, Raiuii or lUrrlsburg coal on
trik por JT4 iP,v 27 ; utt, f 10 ; d
Iverexl wr ton, $3 fa); 1'itUlmrjr coal,
car load on track, f 5 50 ptr ton ainle
p, (steiiTVT1 V I -nil) ;
Parish School Noiico.
The next term of the 1'arlsh Sc hool
will iM-gin Monday, Septemlier 4lh, and
continue in session sixteen weeks. Terms,
Light Dollars lor Ihe session, or fifty
cents per week always vayaiilk in
aiiVam k. There will la; no extra charges
for nny study e xcept for the atudy of
music. For instruction in vocal and in
strumental music, the valuable services of
Mrs. O. W. Henderson have Iteen secured.
The success of the school has Im-cii such
that the Itector deems it ln-sl to state,
that only a limited number of pupils ran
be accommodated. Ho will receive those
who apply llrstfor admission, lie prom
ises to all thorough instruction in the
common Kuglish studies, in the higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, and
almoin Latin and Creek.
Ciiahi t.s A. liu.ut i:r,
HERS YOU HAVE IT.
Aln Hi I'heapcwt I Alwn.va the
UulrkeM !t Alwayxlln-llet.il:!
Buy your tickets via the Cairo and
Vlnoennes railroad, and get the benefit of
the following very low rates :
... 17 5(1
.... 17 50
F. A. Mn.i.Kit, Cen. Pass
Caiko, August 10th, 170.
Olirmirnl !. Works.
Olllce corner Kiirht street and Com
mercial avenue, in Heiscrs building
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
(Jentleinen's clothing dyed, (leaned, re
paired and put In thorough order. Satis
S-S-dlin F, S nu ns ,1 Co.
The New York Store sells
X lbs A sugar for... 1
' " soda-
Starch in packages, 5 cents per ll.
4 bis Hio coffee for 1
3 lbs ehoi rice for
2 boxes best lye for
Everything cheap at the old stand.
( Ke I'ouml.
A child's cape was picked up Monday
on Washington avenue. The owner can
have it by calling at this ollk-o and pay
log 50 cents for this advertisement.
On Friday evening a black Newfound
land pup was lost. Party returning same
to me will be liberally rewarded.
2t Sol. A. Sn.vn:.
Good, cheap cow. Apply to
D. F. Bksnktt,
Howe Sewing Machine ollice.
Wan Dbi-ahtmbut, IUvh Rawvr,
Auic. ). lrflO i
KTATION. LOW WATEB. CIIANGK.
rt. IS. M. IH.
Cairo 1" B '
i'ituburir - 1 a 1
Cincinnati........ 1 M
N'anhvillK 7 i. i
St. IX)IHS 11 o is
Mtiiiilus 11 1 2
Virkstmiy 27 It -1 i
Nmw Orlran 1 jt
r.eloW liiBh water of 17I
Pcrifi-aiit, Siituul Service, I', S. A.
Steamer James Fisk. radiieah.
" ( Jeorgc W. Cheek, raditah,
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
(i rand Tower, Vicksbiirsr.
Uobert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
Steamer .lames 1- isk, radiieah.
" lit orge W. Cheek, .Memphis.
" Capitol City, Viekhburg.
" (I rand Tower, St. Louis.
Robert Mitchell. New Orleans--Thepuagc
last t-veninjj showed 13
leet 3 incheij, a decline ol' 3 inches In 21
The Capitol City went down w ith a
fair trip for Memphis and Vicksburff.
The George. W. Cheek, after being
on the docks at radiieah, for some week,
passed down yesterday lor Memphis.
Tho Fisk is the packet lor radiieah
this evening. She had ft good trip from
lad I'erkins, Captain Cannon's right
hand engineer on the Robert F. Lee, -was
married to M rs. Stewart, u well known
widow lady ol this eity by the Rev
Benj. V.; George, yesterday at J one
o clock. J lie coujiio icn mr
Orleans yesterday afternoon.
The Ariadne went to Columbus and
brought up an empty barge for llallblay
The Robert Mitchell arrived late
Wednesday night. She lay here all day
yesterday taking on freight. She got
over 200 tons.
Captain Addington, of Chicot
county, Miss., an old and well-known
river man, was In tho city. Since the
breaking out of tho war, the captain has
patented twenty-seven very useful Im
plements, among them a wedge, which
he claims to lie the greatest labor-saving
contrivance in exislence.
j. ii. ournav.
. . I'Y ATT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
W. W, X,-YWTT CO.,
BINDERS AN I BLANK BOOK
BulUtlir. Building-. Cor. Twelfth 8tret
nd Waahiaa-tou Avouu,
- Cuaty aoU KailroudWura 8claltrl
NPM I II. nru :,
:. r. Hnnkrl a lllltrr Win or iron
Las never been known to fail in the cum of
W ( ilk ness, ntteniled Willi f yiiilitoiim ; linlj.
poitinti to exertion, lo of iiiPinory, iliili
eulty of breathing, ccm-rnl wcukntw. horror
of disease, weak, tiervoiiitretiililin-;, ilrvnU
lul horror of death, nflit nwcuts, r.nll ici
WTkties, ilimneuM of vision, l.oi','iior, uni
vurs.il lassitude ot tho inu-o-iilHr avstein,
enormous appellto with ilyicpth; nymn.
wins, hoi iiainiN, niminif oi ifin no ly, orv.
lu-xs of thn skin, pallid eountonari-n niid
eruption on tho. f:iee. purity in tin; Mood,
pain in the hark, heavinrs ol the. eyelid.,
frequent bU. k ciioN Hying before the eves
Willi temporary sullNlon ;uul n nf xinht,
want nl attention. i-t. 'l lu-e svnu-toiiH
all arise from a weaknos, unit to ri-muily
that, nso K. I-'. hunkers Kilter Wine of
Iron. It never falls. I hnimamts are now
enjoying hoaltli who have Used it. Take
only V.. K. Kunkc I s.
Kewarn of conn t r fc i M ami lm-n imila-
tiotis. A Ivunkel's Hiili-r Wine of Iron is
well khoivn all over the eounlrv. ilrii
Is tlieini-lve iimke an imitation and trv
to sell it of! to their -int.iiiii i-. when thej'
call for Kunki I'k li;ll(-r Winn of Iron.
iMinkel s Hitter Wine of Iron is Mit nn
only in 1 bottles, and h:i a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outsiile witii the pro.
prletor's photograph on the wrapper ot
nu ll holtle. Always look lor the Clint o-
irrnph on I lie oiitsi-le, and you will nlMays
be stiro to iret the genuine." tine dollar pel
bottle, or six for f ."i. o I by ilru;;jt.tr and
ealers i-vervw lipre
Aid, Woll.M-i 1!KMVKI) ALIVE.
K. r'. hunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to (li-itroy I'in Seat uinl Stomarh Worms.
lr. hunkel, the only siivoslul pliy.-ieian
who I'emovrs Tapo Worm in two lioiirs
alive, with head, hii-1 no feu until removeil,
oiiiiiion selie teuiliftn that II Iiii.i- Worm
be removed, ail other worms can be nvulily
destroyed. Send tor circular to fr. Iv uri
kel. No. 2.V I Mnrtli Ninth str.-et, i'liil nlel
pliia, Pa., or cull on your druu'irist and ak
for a bottle nf Kunkel's Worm Syrup.
l rice, f l.oo. Jl imvur inils.
How To Nuke Money.
Wi; will stale that tin; suret, tic-t and
speediest way to "multiply ami increase."
im to call at 1-Wail Street, New 'mik.
ami consult with Alex I'rotlitiiuham .y t'o.
Theso L'entli iiii-ii, w ho hnyu loie' ln-i n
hleiitilii.'d wilt) the Li-lory and attxirs ol
Wall stivet. are unusually skilled in mone
tary allilrs, and in eyerythitw appert lining
to speculation, are unexcelled lor ability
and prolicieiiev. It mav also l e sni I that
of Iho many Krokcrs in that city tln-y are
not only the most popular, but also I lie
most mcccs-lul, hot iiatroiii.cd, nrel most
widely known in or m-ar the vieiui'y nf
W ull street.
inon the eustoruer ot Ihe house of
Alex Kroltii!i''liaui V Co , are some o eur
leailint; and rcprcsentativo c-ittzeiis. who
are mainly In-lclited to the labors of this
linn tor much of the w ealth they now enjoy.
lumn the Ioiilt nul htiecessiul exper-
iciu-e ot Messrs. Alex, h rothiui;l.iini .V Co.,
in this eitv they have earncil fur theuiseUes
an enviable reputation lor honesty, tnt-
rity ami faith, and enjoy a business uliun-t
colossal in its proportion, in laci, me
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year is sonic thini; wonder
ful, ami oiten lortns me suiiii-ct or enrn
nient. It needs but a visit to thdrspacious
olllci s in W ail street to prove the truth ol
he above statement.
How they nianaro to convert fin to ?.o
-'u to Hi). !io into -o. and sti on, is i
secret which thev alone can explain; but
that they succeed in doini; so is a (act too
well known to annul oi uoum. u yon
would safely end proiitably invest your
inoncv. do not hesitate to favor this linn
witti vour cash ami commence, i nainy so
iloiny; you will reap an abundant reward
the experience ot thousands ot our bc-t
citizens attest. The necessity of takimr
such a course in these times of tottering
banks anil tinam-inl stringency nni-t be
rarent to tho most Unlitl-rcnt ana careless
Messrs- Alex. Frotliineliain .V Co , are
prejiared to invest money to any amount in
the best securities, ami in every trans.ic
lion in which they may be enirav'ed t'uar
antee entire satisfaction to those w ho honor
them with their natronaim.
fvTSend for tbelr Kxiilanatorv fircotar
and Weekly Heports, which they mail free
to all who iicsire them. from a. i. m
n-opnl in, April 1STH. 7-l!-eoil.'!in
( enteiinlnl Exrnrsiiniali.
Will, of eourse. wish to see all the siirhts
cxinifortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'THKKN H'Y COMPANY
has, tbrougU its connections In the We
and Northwest, placed on sale a larjo
number of TorninTa' Kxx'k.ion Tickkis
at "really rcdused rates, by which passen
gers can not only viit the Centennial In
hibition at rtiiladelphia, but can, in addit
ion, isit the principal eastern cities, wit u an
opportunity nf stopping at any of tho great
nuinher of famous reaorts in New lork
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOl'TH
KKN is the only line from the went running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving iianseu
t'ers. from the train, woiulerlul panoramie
view of the MUUll'Y CAT Alt ACT,
UOHSF. -SHOK FALL, tho (illKAT
UAl'lDS, and lamltnx them directly at the
Falls. The track of tho CANADA SoUfll
EHN is an air line, laid w ith steel rails o
tho heaviest pattern; there are no turves
or fjradoa ; wood Is used for fuel ; Coachee
are furnished with tho Winehell ratrnl
Ventilator, etiurirg pi elect fraedom Iroiu
dust. Wi'.h its complete aysUni of inaguir-i-entl'AHLOU
SLKKIMNU AND 1KW-
1N(I ROOM CAKS from CHICAGO
DETKOIT AND TtU.KDO, and its adnnr-
mhlo connections at NIAOAUA l-Al-l-s
AND IJL'FKALO wilh the NfcW YtJKK
CENTRAL AND LUIL RAILWAYS, Ihe
Canada Southern is fat becoming the
FAYORITK LINE TO TUK EAST. Tickets
via this popular lino can bo procured at al
ollice of Boiineetln lines, or at the com
Any information cm be obtained hv ad
dreiug Fit ASK I-'.. SNoW,
Cieu'l Taw. and Ticket Ag't. DktkuIT.
Mierltl a Nitlu.
Ily virtue c' an i-Kixiiti-m to me ilins lcil hy
n... cl.-iL. ol tin) circuit court i f Alt-xaiiiler
counly, in Ihe .stale of Illinois, iu nivor ot Kl
I.... kV..Lli ami air.-iilo-l IU iii.ii.I Sim III, I iiav
lc icil iiion Ihe lollow intf ilanerilsnl propel 'y,
in this county ol' Alexander ami Mult- -l Illi
nois, to-wit: .. . .
UitbiiiuiiiM-red twelve tU) ami tlilvteen (I ) m
tilucW uiiutU-tnl two U i "ii; im ltvllcilM-l.all
('a) ol lot iiuliilnl i-ntlil (s) in Mock iiiiiii-U-ieit
lweiit -cvcii l.'T); the u ml IV uie-1 one Imll
( .) of lots liuililn'ttsl seti'lilis ii (IV) uinl ciirh
livu ti") in Mock iiiiinU'iv.l llmiy (),nll in
lliccilyol Cairo, count) o" VU-xaieU-r ami .-talc
111 Illinois. Also lot IUIIIiIk I.h M'Vrll (") in
M-ick ihiiuIh-iisI twi nty-six M), lot iiinol.ensl
thn-e ( i) in Mock unmix rl lorly live l 1.
uuinlM-rU thiiiy-m-vcii ( IT) in hlock hiiihIs k !
oriy-cveii (Ii), l"l iuiiiiIm-ic-1 Icii (Ho hi Mock
miuibeml t-inlity-U.rct.- (sit. I l.e Ic-c liuhl i-U-refct
in and lo lot uiiinl-ivl eiu-M ) m hi k
Miinltt-re'l i-lKhleeu (I-), l ..rwl.ir with ti.c
lniihliii.' hikI loiproveoe-iiU mtu.iltil llu n-oii,
all Hiif-I last niculiulieil lot s ami li'oi-ka Iwll.u it
iialisl in the Uinl u.liiiti..u I" Uiu cily ' an". i
the county ol AU-x:iiulcr uud Mulool 1 1 1 i i. --, m.s
Ha- piiiiwrty of the ui'l I'crnurd MiimIi, which
i .i,.ii ..i). VjI i.ulilic dale at the stout Ii wcttloor
or the Court House in llioeily ol' Cairo, iu the
cciiinty ol' Alexander uml suite or Illinois on the
;il III iluvorAuKUst, A. I'., i"i", al in ieiir oj
eleven o'clock, a III., lor Lash, to eatislv eaul
exiculiou. ALh. II. ill. IN.
MU-rill o .ii-vaiinrrt.oioiiy, in
Cairo, Ills., AiiifH-lsth, l-7.. it Id
Itv lrtue of ao execution to nie direct i d
by tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex-
ander County, in the statu ot luinols, la
lavor of lu.-rua.rii McManus anu a-iainsi
Janu s A. Fry, 1 have levied upon the loi-
lowing descriheil propaity, in ririM. AUiui-
ion to thi City of Cairo, in the t ouury oi
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit :
All of tlii riKht. title and tnturest of antd
Jaiuea A. Krv in and to lot nuiiilf red thir
teen (13) In block numlierud forty-M-Ti-n (C)
which I aball offer at pjhlle aale at the
South-west door of the Court House tit the
City ot Cairo, in the County of Ak lander
and State ot Illinois, on the tilth day ol tc
tober, A. i.. WW, at the hur of t-leveii
o'clock, A . M., for cash, ta aati-fy aid ex
ecution. M ux. II. U iff.
Sheriff of Alexander Couuty, lllinole.
Cairo, Ills., July li, liO. '
iy virtue of an execution to me ilins tml br
Uie clcik ot the rip-nit eonrt ef Wnvnr
romily. In tlieHtntetil llltn'-in, in favor nf Wil
li no MiAPff. r ami sralost Kllin Troiivlni.-, hare
iKVied liioii the r-illnr) inif il-scnli irorrtv,
in tlilscniinty f Alexander ami Mlalc oi lliii(.i,
Lots i,iimbcr-it one (I), two (), three (:-.),
f"iir (I), Hve ( .), ki (:), m-ven (7) nnilriclit (s),
nil in block nimil-ril ten (o, in tin- tlonl a.l
lit ion to l he city ot ' niro.in the eotinty o l-x.
ainti-r ami tlatenr Illinois, as Uie iiroie'rtr o the
hnkI KIIi n I p-ii'ilalc, wtocli I slmll oiicrat ill -sali-l
1 1n- si.iiilh -west door or the Court Hons.
in tin- fit v of aim, In !) cooiy of Mcxiin-lcr
aiel .sin-., i.r ItliiioiM on the lllh May ot Anvimt,
A . I , l7'i, ut u.c hour ol eleven o'clock, a.m ,
for i m-Ii, to phIi t'v eii eo. ntion.
Sheriff l. mi l, r .unity , Ills.
I air". Ills.. Aiik. s;h, l-ei. .1 til
WIILIlKAS 1 liomas "tillivan, I'T his rrrtain
" ill-iooi ttfi(i.T, ihilv i-xcruleil. ilehxareil
uinl nroi'.liil, In the reropb-r's otticeol' A len
lrr t-ouiiiv. stale oi llliiMos. in I'.ook '"
1'in'f : ' ii convey to the u n.li r -1 i.el l-mir-
Wiil.l. r. (lm li xitlil m.iilifiore Unrs ilute llm
lirt ilay i.f November, A.U., the
lollov inif ilfscrilHsl n-ul e-le. lviior ami I-
inr in the city ol I airo. county el Alexander.
an. I Mid- i I Illinois, to-wit. I..4 iiiiinN rcl
tl.iriy unlit ( si, in block nmiil-cnil till) l .ur
i i'i .-eeiirv ice invM.fiil in tin ecriain l.roii.
.-'in-not. ls ain.rf even ilnte with runlmort-
W . lor tin- sum i.t Hixty m-lim i..l his, with
inti-re.-t at the rale .r ten i-r cent i raniiiim
ti'lnilatc. until pant. Ainl le rrus mii1
I lioin-M -ulliynii haviiitf inaile ilt-tauit in the
':t v iih-Ij t i.t tin- iii'ii:ey so .-ii uteil lobe paiil on
Klori .-'C'I : nee. tin lop-, I, Hie umlei sirnie.1
nior-'ti-ec at' re-r.i:, under ami virtue ut itm
luoi t'-u-ii klore-Niil, htrrhv o-iva notii-e that I
will,. mi tuplay, the dth ilay ol Aicrnst, at
ll.e liotir or-.' o'clock. -, in , A. I'.. lVii. e I ut
pnhlie ycn.hu- to tlin highest bnlter for cash.
ut t o- front loor of tin- court liou'e, in tue city
ol I 'in. i, couutv of AlexeiubT ami stateof lili-
ii"i- ttic veal i-.-trtte s.ii conveyetl to him by ttie
I I in it ! t'iT i'erms of sale Caali in h in-l.
I .M W.M.i'l K, .MortiTMir-e
uiio 111m.. .filly l-lli, IsTil. 7 ls-ilii.
Wholesale an t ttctail lieah-ra in
Foreign and Domostlo
wixi:n or am. ui.mis.
No. 60 Ohio Lcvco,
MKSS'L"-'. FMVTI1 A CO. have constamlT
a lanre Htm-.k ol thr lieet koihIs in Uiu mar
ket, ami mv-enpce.il atu-ution to Ihe nliulexala
ram li ol tlie liueiiiesM
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREK1
Betwa "1 Wajhlnrton and Commrela
A venue. m
ILLS. NORMAL UX1VERSITV
Norimit, Mel.emi, Co., 111")..
l'.'i C ! erei-ara! n of t'acl."-rs. Kxcliisirely
l'rofe si'.i.ul i-ixtiiiclioe f-r those who ure ore-
p.itc l I. r n. 1 uiiem free. Next trrm L'ius
j in it I ti . Mii crior acMii inic ininie-
ti'jn at I'.w I i'ch, in the Minh'1 ilt pavtlncnt.
A'hip'e-I toa-.v itrmle, H'-m Uie ycnn,:ct pupila
to tii o-e ilttin l .r tl.e l-rt luiiiiyi--.. scu-l lor
t a'a''0;riii', or uihli s ,
l.nni i . iit.nt.u, i li j i.
Ainr. l-'Ulii Normal. 111.
The !n-t chance for irooil ULTietiitiiral
:ki rhs Chs:iit. at six i-kh cknt
l-on't nn onv ri-ka, hut no Ui a country that hat
Iss'ii ttrovuil to hr trooiU
enil your address y
lio-tnl cum t MW
Com'r . l. u. u .
hiirhncton. Iowa, ini-l rs-eire free re
ami Ni-hniaka t-urintr,
with chart ot IiumI. n l
w roun-l ti i ratei
CINCINNATI WESLEYAfl COLLEGE,
. for Youara women,
ltoj;i!i its r.ritli year Sept l"th. Faculty
nuinhers 21, Majmltieetit t'Uil lint's. irener
mts t-ihle. TlurouL'h ejurse in English,
Soienee, l lassie. nnd Modern Lsiiunakfea.
l'nsurpsei advantaifeg for music, ainl art.
Addre-s th President, Itev.
Moore, 1). 1., Cincinnati, U.
MISFIT s CARPETS.
Knlish llnisse!. Three 1'ly and lnurain,
also. St iir Carpet. Velvet Knirs, ( ruiiib
Cloths, Oil t 'loths, etc., very cheap
at the old Place
112 PULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and Mint to any
part of tho I'tuted Matei free of charge.
it-send: roR price list.
7-l-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
.. . . ' .
73 OHIO UEV.EE,
City NaUnaal Baak Builrfiag, np-tUin.
?ha Oldaat Established Airency in Boat
ra JIUnoia, rt proaaotiaa- uvr
tA5 000 000
iioi i i h-
St. Charles Hotel,
p?ti::: sn:: !3S im
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Biiuand Boir J, 34 Floor 3 00 Per Day
Syeolel Rate by Week or Month.
A limit. 1 rimilier rf ery itciriih'e lainily
roi.n.f cm I e si und at iei ouahla laK-i lor U
Siiioiiu r m i -tin ... .
I l.e - t I ,... f is lie lire-tandV-t ai-oiiit-f.l
llou-e ie - n i l ii.ii i- u:;J i 'he Ica.loia
I,. .1.1 in o. N '! H.im.'lu U; " ' llrj
U.kV." r. In. -in to inc.. ire uU will, a
u.uai. I I U-t'l; .u i i-l uU H e very U-.I
( -j itiM'tr ' I''-"4 ""k'-t' .
i-n yioUiet Ili-or. lire ol' charge
vll Ihiwk"-'"''1 CoUejtU loauillrout
the Lull) Aillsoul cliitijie
",tU JtVtri'WIL"iX A CO..
f lit tf "r'roiirirtuw.
rpbe Weekly Ballet.,
l,2S per yer, poatae prviiaiil. te auy 1-Urw.;
BEST ASO tllKAFEJiT
rvper puhliatMxl otef Iliievi.