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Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
. f xrhangn for St. Louie projierty.
Hie south hall of the "I 'Dot" hotse at
Good two itorjr brick store room on
Commercial avenue between Eleventh
First floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Saloon and fixtures, aouthwegt corn
:t Eighteenth stMi't and Commercial
wmv, at a bargain. .
Cottage OH Twelfth street, went of
Jomincreial avc'iine, $ 10.
Dwelling house on Crosa utieet, wen
o( Washington avenue.
' Two.buslnesPi houses on Levee street,
above Kijfhth, $20 each.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
itrwt, licar Commercial avennc.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
irxt to Waverly hotel.! 10.
Cottage of 4 rootat on Twenty-third
street, and llolbrook avenue f fl. Good
yard and cistern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplar street, $12 GO.
Store room adjoining above, $H.
I'p ftalri of oue on Commercial av
enue, near llrth street. Suitable for
business and 1 welling, $5.
Tenement numbered ft and 9,
Winter's Kow, 6 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In flrt-clas
Orphan Asylum building and premi
teg. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various part ot tlie city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
f And. In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
J. OKOKOK BTKtNHOl'MK
on Eighth street, twoiloors 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
dieti' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Leather Md rinding.
At the store room of C Koth, on
1'omnierclal avenue. No. 90, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; aluo a large stock
of St. Louis custom made toot and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of hi
own make. Boots and Ehcx-a made to
order of first-class material and satisfac
tion guaranteed. o-24-tf
( Haasitalaa of Colorado
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchifion and Kansag City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to l'ucblo, Colora
do Sprlntfg, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico ami Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $50, allowing
etop-cfl privileges both ways on the
main Hue, and at Colorado Springs
Mauitou and Tike's 1'euk. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Clow connec
tions made at Pueblo willi train for
iH-iiver and Northern Colorado.
For mans, time tables and the " San
Juan Guide,' address,
T. J. AVDKUauN,
Ota. Pat. Ayt.,
J-lHtf TOI'KkA, Kas.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, U open to
the public. The bar 1 supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigar.
3-25-tf Jos. Komckkr, Prop'r.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of the Parish School
will begin Monday, September 4ih, and
continue In ses-ion sIxtK'ii weeks. Terms,
Eight Itollurs tor the uetnion, or fifty
cents per week ai.way payaiii.k is
advavck. There will be no extra charges
for any study except for the study of
music. For instruction In vocnl 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 Rector deems it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupils can
be accommodated, lie will receive those
who apply first for admission, lie prom
ise to all thorough instruction in the
common English studies, in the higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, and
also in Latin and Greek.
ClIAUl.KS A. Gu ukkt,
The i-tore room now occupied by Itobbiu's
Music Uiiar, and Rockwell's Bookstore, on
Commercial avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets. Apply to A. Hot to, next
door to Ike Walder's clothlDK store, Ohio
Lyon's Kathaikon makes beautifu
glossy, luviriant hair ; prevent its fall
ing out or" uing gray, u has stood the
test of 40 y cars. Is charmingly perfumed
and bas norival. 3-lu-d&wly
fjheralml IJ Work.
Office corner Eight 6treet and Com
mercial avenue, in Reisers building,
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawl, etc.,
eleaned and dyed to nny shade or color.
Gentlemen's elothing dyed, cleaned, re.
paired and put In thorough order. Satis
6-8-dlin V. Semens & Co.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
C. and V. R. R. track In Cairo at $30 per
car load of
This coal has no supxrior for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders lor coal to
James A. Yiall & Co.,
! 1 Bli--B. -Li II -
' fff are authorised to amwtince JOHN tf
RoHINMON as a candidate for Nhenff of A lei
ander county, alUie coming county ejection.
We are authorised to announce thatK. A. TA
Niaartsor. It an ladenradrat MauutiHean nandi-
date lor 8herif, at the enturaa; coiiatt election.
' We an amheruna tnacaoana PKTKK s a UP,
or an inuetijrat raauraaia lor aeriir or Al
exander county, at the ensuing couaty election
KATES OP ADVEKTINIJrU
IJA11 bills for advertising, are due and pay
able l ADTADCa
Transient advertising Will be Inserted at the
rata of 1 UO per square for the first iniiertloa
and 50 nenta for each subsequent ona A liberal
discount will be made on standing anddispl
Far inserting- Funeral notice 1 W Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders W cents for
Church, Aociety, Festival and Supper notices
Will only be Inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at less than
SO seats, and no advertisement will be inserted
fur less than three dollars r month
Looal Buaineaa Kotioea, of
ten unaa or more, Ineartaa
In the BuUatla a foUowa :
OommenoaCountlna; at tan I-inee ' .
Ona lnaertion per Una A Cent
Two inaartlonaper llaa 7 Oenta
Three) inaertlona per Una .....10 Oenta
Bla lnaartlona par Una IB Oenta
Two weeks par Una 86 Oenta
One month per Una ..a0 Oenta
Mo Reduction will be made in above
ASCALON LODGK, NO. 61.
Kolthts of Pyrhlas, uieeU every Kri
day mirht at half-pant seven, in Odd
fellows' Hall. lions.
OAI.KXANDKB l.OIXJK, NO KA.
Inilepeniirnl Onl.T of Odd-U
lows, iiimtM every ThurivLiy niyht
at half-past seven, in their hall on
titiut-n:ial avenue, between Sixth and Seventh
trrts N. A, UcvoitK, N i
1AIUO r.NCAMPMEKT, f. O. O. F., meets
in O.l.l-rVllown' Hall on the first and Uiird
I iirsilaj in every monUi, at half-past seven
A. Cum I .!, C V
A CAIKOI.OIMJE. N0.237.A.F. A. M.
llohl ri'Kular communications in lie-
sonic Hull, corner Comnurrcial avenue
hitrhth ftrt, on the anoond and
'.nrth Mondav ofeacli month.
TUESDAY. AIGLST 15. 1S7C.
Local WMlktr Kepors.
L'Atao, III., Auk ,4. e--'TiiaTj
I .1 , Cloudy
I 4 I do
I i Fir
4 1 1 lowly
JAMKa V'A li.N,
Feryeant. Si:iil tw-rtl.-e, I'. 8. A.
If you need anything in the mu
sical line, Instruments, Violin and
Guitar strings, material, A.C., call
at E. & W. Buder's. They keep
the largest stock of Pianos and
Organs, Ac, in the city, which
they will sell at greatly reduced
rates. Just received new stock.
Cor. 8th and Washington avenue.
Capt. W. P. Ilalliday hai gone to
Mr. William Stratton ami family re
turned from Minnesota on Sati'nfay
At the meeting ot the city council lust
night, Patsey Mahaney was nominated
and confirmed tor city jailer, vie.e Jas.
The Democrats of Anna held a meeting
on Saturday afternoon, and organized a
Tildun and Hendricks club. Sixty mem
bers were enrolled.
Mr. Jewett Wilcox lelt the city last
night lor Chicago. It is rumored that
Mr. Wilcox is about to take charge of the
Trernont House of Chicago.
The dampness oi the weather has
made postage stamps a provocation to
the Fpirit. They stick doner than a
brother closer than a Radical to an
The Republican senatorial convention
meets at Jonesboro to-morrow. The
delegation from this county will go up
by special train. Jackson Frick, it is
thought, will be the nominee for senator.
"Town and Country,", ready mixed
paint, for bale at Barclay Dros., whole
sale and retail druggist, Ohio levee,
Cairo. This paint w ill beaulify and pre
serve your house and all at a triitting
coHt. Try it,
A very little crowd of Hayes and
Wheeler men assembled at Mounds
Junction on Saturday afternoon, raised a
very sickly lookiug little pole, and
heard the eloquent little Mr. Ander
son blow for a couple of hours, more or
Diver Hiram Hill towed his wrecking
boat Charly Hill to a point near the land
ing of the Mississippi Central railroad
company's transfer boat, on the Ken
tucky shore, yesterday morning, for the
purpose of raising the pile driver sunk
there last winter
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will resume their sociables on Thursday
evening. The first of the seaon will take
place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Wheeler, corner of Eleventh and
Walnut streets. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
We are indebted to Mr.' John L. Rob
inson, ot Shawneetown. Illinois, secre
tary of the Gallatin county agricultural
board for a complimentary ticket tor the
I annual exhibition of that association, to
be held at Shawneetown, October 3d,
4th, 5th and Cth, 167G.
We have a fCOO piano in the ware
30 75 S
'.' :n t j sw
f .-'. Si 1 K
warranted lor five year, an! of flw Very
best makc.iwliieh we witrtril twenty-five
pertat ol-fcatf cU, lulancc In ,tlrt
and six inonthft. - II Is t bargain'- Apply
at the Bt-i.LKTix office.
E. A. Ut.RNKTT.
The Rev. Charles A. Gilbert's sermon
n"Uard l imes and Giving."- preached'
In the Eplscopnl criurch on Sntiday even
ing, Is said to have been a very excellent
effort. On next Sunday evening, Mr.
Gilbert will take for bis subject Street
Education.. -v Toil sermon, to looked
forward to witli'much interept by all,
and especially by the 'younger portion
ot the community.
Nature's remedial waters- for the cure
of the ills that flesh Is heir to por and
fresh, direct from their source and kept
on ice at Messrs. Barclay Bros., Ohio
lever, Cairo, Illinois. Bethseda mineral
waters, of Waukesha, Wisconsin; Blue
Lick; Exoelslor water, fresh from tlie
springs at Saratoga. All the above
waters for sale on draught, in bottles, by
the gallon in jugs or kegs, or by the bar
rel. Try them ! They will do you
James Reese, a somewhat. Wayward
young man. got on a bender Saturday
night, and went about town making
much noise. He came in contact with
Tanner's vegetable stand, on Washington
avenue and demoralized it by kicking it
out into the street and scattering Its con
tents promiscuously about the sidewalk.
James was seized by a policeman and
locked up in the city jail, until yesterday
inoniiiiir, when he was taken before
Judge Bird and tried for being drunk and
disorderly. He was fined and re
turned to the lockup.
Ann and Black Ann. two famous negro
women, had a difficulty near the corner
of Poplar and Fifteenth streets on Sun
day night, when Ann finding her antag
onist too much for her, called In a friend
to help lw.r subdue, Black, Ann. , The
two went to work in scientific style, and
for a while things were mighty lively.
The whole party were informed on yes
terday, and were arrested. They were
lined and sentenced to nine days
each In the lockup, but gave security for
the payment of their fines, and were dis
charged. Among the arrivals at the St. Charles;
yester Jay were : J. M. Davis, Chicago;
K. P. Davi, New Vork ; J. A. Hick,
St. Louis ; C. P. Jones, Waterloo, Iowa ;
II. M. Backus, Cleveland; II. Waller,
Louisville; W. E. Moore. Cincinnati;
Miss Ada Priest and Miss Ida Blackwell,
Henderson, Ky. ; H. T. Caverder, Bos
ton; John Smaller, New Orleans; Jas.
II. Foster and family, Mississippi ; MUs
M. Butler and Miss L. Butler, and E. G.
Butler, Louisiana; William Walker,
Missouri ; I. C. Lonjr, Dallas, Taxas ; N.
Clark, Indianapolis; S. Davis, Cincinna
ti ; K. S. Sargent, St. Louis.
Messrs. Barclay Bros., wholesale and
retail druggists, Ohio levee, t'airo, Illi
nois, are the general agents for Rodger's
celebrated fever ana ague pad, the great
est discovery of the age. Thin pad is no
imposition, nor does it pretend to cure
without medicine. The pad is medicated
with effective cotnpounds,and cures by ab
sorption, acting on the stomach and liver
and relieves the system of all malaria and
bilious poisons. It cures all diseases
growing out of a disordered liver. Those
ot our people sutTciin? from chills and
tever w ill do well to give this celebrated
remedy a fair trial.
Among the arrivals at the Planters'
house were Sol. Palmer, St. Louis; K.
McKeneir, St. Louis; John Kenrns, Bis
marck, Mo.; James O. Day, Patrick
Klllln, Audrew- Bradley, William M.
Wilcox, Bismarck Mo.; P. Uuth, Evans
ville; Wm. Hunter, Commerce, Mo.; E.
L. Sawyer, St. Paul; C. lnerd, St. Paul;
J. H. Hutchison, Jackson, Term.; Yf. M.
Wood, Canton, Mississippi; Benjamin
Carter and sister, Arkansas; Joseph Ad
ams, Boston; James H. Brown. Mrs. M.
B. Brown and Miss N. C. Brown, St.
Louis; John B. Haunison, Chicago; J. 3.
Ward, Harris' Landing; B. F. Duncant
Alto: J. C. Hodges, Raccoon, Ml.; A.
Withiu the lust two mouths a large
number ot Texas and Cherokee cattle
have been shipped from various points
in Texas and the ''Nation'' through this
ciiy to Chicago, and within these two
mouths several of our citizens have lost
flue cows. The cause of the death of
these cattle, though not known to a cer
tainty, is believed to be what is known as
the "Texas Cattle Fever," ana as th cat
tle that have been sent through Cairo to
Chicago have In most cases been re
shipped here, it is the opinion that the
disease has been brought by them and
spread among the cattle here. In this
belief several of tire gentlemen who have
lost their cows have complained to
Suites Attorney Mulkey, and urged upon
him the necessity of enforcing the law
which forbids tlie bringing of Texas and
Cherokee cattle iuto the State of Illi
nois, except between the mouths of Oc
tober and March. In ..compliance with
the demand of these gentlemen, Mr. Mul
key has served the following notice on
the several railroad companies :
Whereas, Divers complaints have been
made to me as state's attorney for Alex
ander couuty, iu reference to tho violation
ot the lawprohlbiting tlie importation of
Texas or Cherokee cattle Into this state
except between tlie mouths of October
and March of each year. And, w hereas,
many of our citizens have, of late, lot
several valuable cows, as they believe by
reason of the importation o said Texas
and Cherokee cattle into this slate, con
trary to the law; and whereas 1 have
been informed that more of said cattle are
e i petted to be brought into the county
ot Alexander, State ot Illinois, before the
first day of October next, now, therefore,
this is to notify you that I shall use all
lawful means In my iower to strictly en
force sections 12 and IS of an act to amend
an act entitled "an act to prevent the
Importation of Texas or Cherokee cattle
iuto the btate of Illinois, approved Feb-,
UO, lw7CH revised Statues, ltfr4, p. 141.
W. C. Mi'i.kkv, States Atty., etc.
August 14, 1876.
ahaBasaaHaSbsasfe a s
r? i ? f Caitfo'lutVois.
' LaVumdy' EvcfciPgaAttg. lOUi, 1870.
There has been nothing of material In
tercst to shippers or merchants transpired
In business circles since our last report.
Business is jogging alonij slowly and
vory fhlctly, with no marked change as
yet, but fond hopes arc now, as they have
been for months, that the good time is
coming soon. The weather has been
rainjr and disagreeable overy day since
Thursday. pc rltersarc rUing slowly.
)Ut4s to ttM South bre unchanged.
The flour market Is o.uiet. The ma
jority of merchants are well supplied
with stocks ot all kinds. The demand U
reported light by the greater number of
our dealers for all grades except from
flour milled from new wheat, ranging in
price from $l$j 60 tor which there has
been a fair inquiry.
, The hay market Is very dull. There Is
a large amount of both new and old hay
on the market, with a demand that is
very light. Choice is selling at (14.
The grain market is not changed.
The receipts of corn and oats have been
small, but the market Is well supplied
for tlie exceedingly light demand. There
is no demand for corn, unless it be choice
white, suitable for milling purposes, and
prices have declined. White is now of
fer!; at cents In bulk. There Is
no shipping demand whatever.
Meat is in good supply and dull. Coun
try is held at the figure last quoted,
12.25; city meal Is alse unchanged.
$2.40 is still the price. Bran is very dull.
The butler market is still in good con
dition. The receipts during the past few
diys have been liberal, but the most that
has arrived has been good, and conse
quently sells on arrival. There is now a
fair supply in the market, but there Is no
surplus. Eggs are in good demand at
from 10(S12 cents per dozen. The de
mand for liens and large spring chickens
is active. There is a light supply on the
During the past few weeks, there has
been an urgent demand lor tomatoes,
and good prices have been paid until
within a few days. Now, however, the
gardncrs ot the city are flooding the
market with them, and tomatoes
Hupped from the country will hardly
bring express charges.
teiTOuT friends snould bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from tiri-t hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
This market is well supplied and qniet,
as to all grades except flour ranging
from ?4 0ii(a4 50, for which there is a
fair demand. We note the sale of 400
Mls.Ti various grades, $5 00(3,0 00 ; 200
bbU, various grades, 3 COrO 50 ; 100
bhls., various grades, 1 00( 4 7ft; 100
bbls., various grades, on orders, $4 00
C 23 ; 503 bbls., various grades, city,
$ OOfa 50; 100 bbls., various grades,
JO Ottfij 50.
This market U well supplied with both
new and old hay. There is very little
demand for any kind. We note the sale
of 1 car choice new, $14 00.
The receipts of corn have been very
light but the demand is also very light,
mere being none inquired tor except a
few cars of choice white, for milling
purposes. We note the salo of 1 car
white, in bulk, 40c ; 1 car white in bulk,
Very few oats are joining to this market.
The tock on hand, however, is equal to
the demand, which is very light. We
note the sale of 2 cars good mixed. In
There is but little country meal in the
market. There is no demand for it,
$2 25 Is still the price asked. City meal
Is in good supply and quiet. No soles
were reported, but It is held at f 2 40.
Bran is in good supply and dull. No
sales were reported. It is held at $10.00.
There is a fair supply of butter on the
market, but there Is no overstock. Choice
butter sells readily. The sales noted
were 3 tubs choice northern, 22c ; 10
pails southern Illinois, 1518o ; g tubs
medium northern, 1S&20C ; Stubs north
ern, 2022c ; 5 pails choice southern Ill
We note the sale ot 5 cases. 12c; 0
packages, lOfelle. Eggs are scarce and
in good demand at these nrices.
Poultry Is lit limited supply. There
Is a good demand for hens and large
spring chickens at quotations. The
sales noted were 4 coops young, $1 50;
2 coops young, $2 00; 0 coops hens, f 3 50.
We quote salt In car load lots. $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 20 bbls salt, $1 OOfel 70.
HIDES ANI FURS.
SutKi Funs Green 75c $1 2i ; dry
40 (S) 90o shearlug 10 Cl '20c.
Fit as-Beaver No. l'$2 60; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3 $1 ; No. 4 50i, Otter No.
l$C;No.2$4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 1.
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No. 3 75c; No. 3 60c;
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. i
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
I 85o No. 2 iOe; No. 3 3(c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; N.. 2 75c ; No, 3
50o ; ml fox-No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c,
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 'J Ho; No. 3,
5c, M uskrat -No. 1 20c ; No. 3 15c ; No.
3 10c. Bear-No. I $10; No. 3 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4 I. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 60; No. 2 $1 75 ; No S $1 ; No. 4 7.V;.
Prairie Wolf-No, 1 $1 25; No. 2 50c,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut lOe. Badger
We quote 'Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, 3; nut, $2; delivered car
load, ysr , tail, ; jump. 3 do ; not, f J 79 ;
delivered per single tou, lump, 14; nut
$3 25; Rauqi or HarrUburg coal on
tiftck per load,- 1mt 47 Mt, $i ; de-
Ivcredper ton, f3 50; Pittsburg coal,
car loads on track, $5 50 per, ton t single
on, delivered, $C.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will give a sociable at the residence of H.
P. Wheeler, esn. , Thursday een injr. Au
gust 17. All are Invited. .it
Ail goods must bo taken from tlie
tore-room lately occupied by W..B.
Rockwell A Co., bankrupts, and ram
for to-day. Geokok Fisiikh.
OR1AT DtJCT10H IX HIT IS
Ta the Oattnnlal. Illlnoia n-
Iral ItMllraa, 'I ha Umn Alr-I.lne
Cairo to New York, $19 00
Philadelphia, 17 75
" " Baltimore, 17 60
" " Washington, 17 50
Passengers by this line have choice of
routes, via. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or
Chicago. The om.t link running two
two daii.v trains from Cairo tor all
points East. Kates always as low as any
other route, and time as quick.
Jas. Jouxsox, General Agent.
J.H.JojF.s, Ticket Agent. 8-13-4U
HX&I YOU HAVE IT.
Always lb Cheaprat t Alaaya I he
Uulekeat!! Alaaxiths Hntlll
Buy your tickets via the Cairo ami
Vinccnnes railroad, and get the benefit of
the following very low rates :
F. A. Mili.kr, Gen. Pass
Caiko, August 10th, 170.
f I!) 00
.... 17 50
Single cord $3 50
Five sord lots - 3 25
co a i, i ahadisk and biu mbddy:
Single ton $3 50
Three 3 25
Five " 3 00
Orders forstove wood will be promptly
filled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. W. WHK.Et.KR A Co.
The New York Store sells
8 lbs A sugar for $d
4 " soda 2
Starch iu packages, 5 cents per It).
4 pounds Rio coffee for 10
3 lbs choice rice for 2
2 boxes best lye for 2
Everything cheap at the old stand.
Good, cheap cow. Apply to
D. F. Benkett, .
Howe Sewing Machine ofllce.
W am DBrABTMawr. Rnraw Ravov, 1
STATION. LOW WATEB. C'ltAHOC.
rr. in. it. m.
Cairo 1 i
Pittsburg S ii XI u
Cincinnati T 11 I
Louisville l' 3
Nshvillf 4 7
St. Louis ... U s u
tvauBville o -0
Memphis ..... .... 13 10 2
Vicklurr . 2r 1 I
New Orleans 7 4
Itelow nigh water of 187 .
KerKeaut. Siitnul Service. U. 8. A.
Steamer James Ki.-k, l'aducah.
' Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Hickory and barge, St. Louis'
" Eddy vUle, Nashville.
U, P. Schenck, Cincinnati.
Charley Bo wen, tow, Memphis.
" City of Helena, Vickaburff.
T. F. Kckert, St. Louis.
" Polar Star, Tennessee river.
Arkansas lkllc, Evausillc.
Vint Shinkle, Memphis
Htvamer James Fisir, Paduoali.
I'harley Bowen,tow,Ohio river.
City of Helena, St. Louis.
4 Kanawha No. 2, tow, St. Louis.
" V. P. Schenck, New Orleans.
T. F. Eckert, Memphis.
" Uermuda, Lottisv ille.
tk Polar Star aud barge, St. Louie.
" Arkansas Belle, EvausvlUc.
' Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati.
Grand Tower, Memphis.
Cherokee, New Orleans.
" Eddyvllle, Nasliville.
Tliejraue marked 1! feet 2 inches
Ustrveniiiif. Tho decline was 2 inches.
Itusiness is quiet.
The weather has been cloudy and
clear by turns.
The Grand Tower passed down rm
tlay. She liad a tfX)d trip and mailt) sume
The Cherokee arrivvd Sunday w Xh
good trip. She got no freight here, tout
went below yesterday inoniiiiir, wisiwe
she will add 1,000 sacks ot corn for New
Tlie Schenck came down the Ohio
with a full load, aud towing a barge.
She got nothing here, bee.iused she a.-ki-d
nothing, haviug all she wanted.
The Charley Boweo, with an empty
tow passed up the Ohio from Mt'iuphis
The T. F. Eckart pas-d tliis lort on
Sunday for President's Island.
The Polar Star panned down (Sunday
trotn the Tenneasee river for St. LchiI.
The Arkausas Bello bad fair trip
from Evansville. ou Sunday.
The Vint Shinkle bad a light cat or
freight up Sunday, but a good passe ugcr
This eveulng at live o'clock sharps tlM
sprightly Jim EUk leave for Paduoa b.
The Bermuda departed from tbi
port on Sunday lor Louisville, wbere
be coet to be dismantled. Her ma
chinery will be put Into nother bant.
to run la Ht4 CtUro ahfl Saahviue t ww.
e. r.'Makara Bitter Wlas ar trom
ftal nevtr fceca titowrrto fill la the curfl ftf
eakaaasfattiaded With ayinpiam. ; India,
poaltlon to exertian. loss of mmion. hihi-
coTty of breathta:, umwl weakae, horror
ui viriw, wcbk, nervous Hemming, ilraa
tul borrorof death, night sweats, coir) fpet
wakaa, disnnaM of vision, Innguor, rnil
vcrasl lastMfelo ol the muw.ular sjitmn,
enormous aopotlta with dvunmtis nmnl
tons, hot hands, flashing oj tha boiy, dry
tistt tha'attta, paUid mninteDatre ami
eniptleni an tha fooe, purifting the blood.
paia ia ins baak, heavfneifs of the evellds
frequent black root n flrinir bpfor. ll, ,.
with tcmpjraty suilliton and leas of siiht.
want of attention, etc. These ymptoro
all arNe from a wcakneKs. and to r..m,i.
that, lite K. F. Kuakel'a Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never fall. Thousands are now
nlayiBf health who have vstd It. Take
only E. K. KnnkerS. -U .i. "
' vcware or aotinttirfalts and bane imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iran Is
o well known all over the country, drnir
Ktnts ttieinsulves make an Imitation and try
to Mt It off to their customer, when they
call for K linker Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's Jiltter Wine of Iron is tiut tin
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on tha wrapper of
earn bottle. Always look for the i.lioto-
ernph on ihe outside, and you will always
be sure to Ret tha genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for 5. bold by druggist! and
ALL WOUM3 KEMOVJED ALIVE.
E. k Kunkel's Worm fyrup never falls
io aesiroy i in seat ana eaoiuach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only tueceMdul physician
who reniovs Tape Worm in two hours
alive, wlili head, and no fee until removed,
Common ene tcaruos that II Tape Worm
be removed, all oilier worms can li readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to lr. Kun-
kcl, No. a."0 North Ninth meet, Philadel
phia, l'a., or call on your dru?lt and ak
mr a noma or hunkei s Worm syrup
Price, f 1.00. It never tuil".
How To Hake Woney.
We will state that the surest, best nnd
(peedieot way to "multiiily nnd incTesw"
is to call at No. 12 Wall Htreet, New Voik,
and consult with Alex Frotbinham V Co,
These gentlelueu, who have lonir been
l'lentitiud with the history and nll'sirs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary all sirs, and in everything nppcrtainiiiir
to speculation, are uuexcelied for jhillty
and proticlency. It may alno be paid that
Of tha many lirokers in that city they are
not only the mont popular, but aNo the
most successful, best patronised, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Wall Street. -. i
Among the customers ot the bouse of
Alex Krothinham & Co., are some ot our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to this labors of this
firm lor much of the wealth they now enjoy.
Iurin the lam? aud suecussful exper
ience ol Messrs. Alex. r'rotbiiihuni A Co.,
hi this rity they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business nluost
colossal in Us proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by this house in
tlie course of a year Is something wonder
ful, and often forms the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
oltlcei in Wail street to prove the trutn of
)he above itstement.
liow they nianare to convert HO to t20,
f2i to 4) into and so on, Is a
secret which they alone cau explaiu ; but
that they succeed In doing to Is a fart too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
would safely nd profitably Invent your
money, do not hesitate to favor this firm
with your cash and confidence. That by so
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experleuce ot thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these times of tottering
bunks and tlnaucial strlrttreucv must be ap
parent to the mo-it indifferent and cart-less
Messrs- Alex. Frothlnirliam A Co.. are
prepared to invest money to any amount in
me best sesurittcs, auu in every irantae
tioniu whiJithcT mav be engaged (mar
autee entire satisfaction to those who honor
tkeui with their natronaire.
SarSend for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail free
ei vpuii; April Vt, 187fl. ' 7-18-eod;lin
Will, of course, wish to see all the nights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOL'TllEIiN It'Y COMPANY
bas, through its counectious in the We
and Northwest, placed on ale a large
number of Tocuists' Excchsion Tickets
at Kreatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal ea.tern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at any ot the treat
number of famous resorts in New York
and ljnnylvauia. The CANADA SOUTH
ERN Is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Kails, giving passen
gers, lrotu the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ot the M1QI1TY OATAKACT,
HOUSE-SHOU FALL, ... tUe .CHEAT
RAPIDS, and landing thom directly at the
Fulls, The track of the CANADA SOUTH
ERN is au airline, laid with steel rulls o
the heaviest pattern; there are no curves
or grades; wood is used tor fuel; Coaches
are furnished with the VTiuohell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring prefect frsedom ' from
dust. With its complete system of magnif
csut PARLOU SLEEPING AND D1UW
ISO ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, und its admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND UTFFALO with the NKV7 YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS; t&
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINK TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular Hue can be procured at al
ottlces of aonuccting lines, or at tho com
nsnv'aown oilier a. , .
Any information eta be obtained by
.liessinsT FRANK E. SNOV",
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket A-'t. Dx raoiT.
HIierilTa Rata, ' '' '
iS virtue of an execution to ma directed by
the tlurk of the circuit court vt Alexander
county, iu the Mate of Illinois, in favor ut tl
len W alofc anl aK""il tieiuard Mlivlh, hava
levied HMa (Iu- lollowmir Ucriled jimorrnr.
in this ouoiyul' Alexandor and bluto vt llli-
W"uiTuii!hl-red twelve (!.) and thirteen U) in
lilocK nuinliered two t-')i the undivided "Ue-liult
(i .)ol' lul mimbeml eigh ( in I-IimA Hiina
Wied twenty-seven (7l tiMsiu. lirid -d oiie-lialf
('.) of ll liaiulwml rl)si-eu 4I7J sud eifc-U-teeu
(IS) ill Mock numbered lUirly I 'Laii lu
iheclty of Cairo, cuuly of Alexm.Uti ul lut.'
ail' lllllioi. AlfO iut numberiil u-tta t") iu
Mock iiuiubeiwl Iwenty-oix t-f.) , Ut uuiuleid
tlireo ( ) iu Uuck uumhareil (oriy-liva (M, lul
Bumheivd thirty-seven t'il) lo block uiiiiiU red
firty-seveii t4i), ll Muuberatl U i (li) iu lilutk
lUiinhereit eiKhly-three (Ml. 'I lie haw hold i
turst III and W lotuuuilieied eitfht (") iu likck
UUJUbered elKhlMU (l, tuaethirr With He
UuiiiliilK' and iuijirovwueilts ilualel lliereon,
all said lsl ineutioiied low and lilw;kH Is-iug t-iuu-d
iu the Hi"! addition m the otiy,of twiv, m
Ui cnuuty ol Alexander aud suits of IJliU".!., as ,
tlie bisiiierry or Ui saiil lAuriunJ Mutli, which
I shatl oner al publiosale at the tiutli -Wrl door
f tae Court liuuM) la the uily of Cairo, in Ihe
count r oi Alexander and Male ol llliiiois on the
.il ui da of Augu.t, A. I'., l;i, at IIm hour of
leveu o'clock, a in., lor Cash, to satisfj MUd
rxecutioii. m AL...H DlViN.
Sheriff of Alexander! uuuly, 111.
iro, 111., AiitfUtih, V. d id
Br virtus of aa execution to me' tlirectad
by tit Clerk of the Circuit Court or Alax
uder County, ia t!i htute of thinois, in
fmor of Kernard alcVanns and against
James A. a'rv, 1 aave levied upon tho lol
1 .win.' describcil propaity, iu ) irst Addit
ion to tha Vtif ol Cairo, in sue v,ouuy M
4 Inv suitor and Matt) ol lUiUX. l-W I'
All of tha riitht. title aud Interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (IS) la blook numnerad rorty-sevcii H ')
which 1 shall olfur at pjbllc a'e at the
South-west door of the Court lluuaa ia toe
City at Cairo, in tha County ot AlesaaUar
aud btsta ol lllinoU, oo the nl'.hOsy ol Oo-
tobar. A. y.. vr.it. at tne sour or
a'doxk, A. UH for ca.h, U Ufy said er
outioa. . AUjx. U la VI.
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illiuois.
fatro. 1IU.. Julv 11. 1871. 4
- "herira Kaw
P V V irtti nf an
county, in tha8tateaflllin,, favoVfr wn
lTIl nprtn ttm fotlnwlns rtWHtli.'' .L?"
all la block Bumbrrad tan In the thinl i.i
ditlon to the eitv of f siro, li thA eoanrv o f A wll
andrr and mte of Illinois, as tneproertvof
" r.niTi i roHasie, wiil. h shall offers! Public
K i ' X,','hrWe.t the Court ilousa
and Stair of Illinois o0 Sx 31th day of AukusI,
r .V ' J !! " 'he h0"T ol'elevea o'clo:k, a.m . .
forC,h,to satlafygaid execution.
ei .. Al'sx' " IRV1V.
i in- si"T'n,AUxsnde Coiiniy, Ills,
t jiir, Ills. , Aug. 8ti,, i-7i. ' ' .t,j
" . martffairee'a Male.
WfHKREA) Thomas ullivan, by hin n-rtain
V sslemortiraiw, duly r-ciitet, l,livri
anil recorded. In the rerarder'snlUwor lexm
ler county, Mute of Illinois, In It.x.k '. "
i.?6,-12! convey to the umlersiirntsl
vis der, (which said inortRiifre bears dale ths
llrsl (Ul) day of NosrmljeT, A. ls? ),the
lolhiwinn degp.i ilM-d real eslute, 1) inn and be
luir in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander,
and ijiale or Jlllriois ; uvit: Lot ntiniliered
tlurty-eittht Vc), in block numbered ony-toiir
(), b tveure the paymentof his certain prnin-ii-sory
ui.ie bem inK even date with saiilniort
((tfe. for the sum of sixty iio-loo dollars, with
interest ut the rata of teu per ent. ir annum
from date, uulU paid. And whereas, the said
Thomas Sullivan havinir made default in Ihe
payment of the money so secured to be paid ss
aforesaid i now. Ilielort, I, the Bnilersiicned
nmrlMKea aforeimid, under and virtue of Ihe
moi-tKitire aforesaid, hereby a;iva notica that I
will, on Saturday, the luthdayoi Aiiuiist, at
the hour or-i o'clock, p, m.,A. !., IsTrt, sell at
labile txndtie tothe highest bidder for cash,
at the froutJuor ofllie court house, in the city
of Cairo, uouotv of Alexander and State of Mi
ssis. Unreal estate so conveyed to him by the
said mortangor. Terms of sale Cash in hand.
ISAAC WAl.DKlt, MortKairrs..
Cairo. Ills. ..July lsth,lw7S. 7-ls-dM.
English llni'sels, Tliree Ply and Inprain,
also. Stair Carpet. Velvet Kues, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old riace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and sent to any
pari ui ma idiii siaies iree oi cnarge.
' try sew d: for price list.-
7-1 -ly. . ' J. A. BENDALL.
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNQ WOKEN,
llecriiis Its.irith vear Sent, tilth. Kacultv
numbers 21, Marnlflcant bnlldings, krener-
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Moore, I). !., Ciuolnnati, O. 7--dAw-t.
The liiat chance for good agricultural lands on
Titf Years' Cbtiiit. st Mi raa cbnt. interest.
Iob. t run snv risks, but go to a country that has
been provfrt to be good. Seud your address by
nstai earn to uua inm r a. an. k. n.,
lurliiurton, Iowa, and receive free copy of Iowa
and Nebraska Farmer, with chart ot laud, and
w rounil trip rte a-jB.wsvm.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100000
W P UALTJDAT. President.
HENKV , 11ALUDAY, Vice Pre t.
A II SAFFOK0, Cashier.
WALTER UVSLOP. Ass'l Cashier.
8. 8TAXTS TATLOB, R If. C'rWHIMOUAM,
II I.. IIAI.LIDXY, W. P. IIXLI.IOAT.
O. U. N ILUAMSOlt. STirillN lllllU,
A . B, Satfoho,
Exchange, Coin and United States
isonaa nought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general Jbauklng
F Itross, President.
P. NelT. Viva Prea't.
11. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
Coraar Oaamerolat Ave. and 8th Strsst
i i ' - j t
, , ., , (DIRECTORS.
K. Itross, Cairo. Wm. Kluire. Cairo.
P. Neif, Cairo. Wiu. Wolfe, Cairo.-
A. SuaHiika, Cairo. U. L. llilliuKsley, t. Louis.
I Slider, Cairo. II. Wells, Cairo,
i - 11. llriukiuan, Mt. Louis,
l Ueuernl UauklnaT Bnalueas
rtEn)Baaaaold and bought. Interest paid
a the Having ilapartiueut. Collectious made,
nd all buain eaa iromitly attended to.
r: y .j.-'fi
OHAltTERJCa MARCH 81, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
' . orili tu:
AH. HArHHtK, Pri.Wut.
M , H 1 A VI. OK, Vine I'reJldeut.
W. liiStUl'. iHX'y auil Xieasurer.
P.W. IIxiklxy, i uas. Oxuuiraa,
M. AlUtiAtUtlU, I'XI X (i. Sl'HLU,
It. 11. Ct MNIHUIIXU. II. I.. 1IX14.10AV,
J. Al. i'UlLLlr.
r'TKllF.ST paid on deposit at the rata ol sis
percent uerauntiua, slurch 11 aud iMiiteni
wr Ut. Interest not w uhdraaa is ailded iiniua
1 lately to Uie priuciial ot lii ileposiu, Uierehy
living: them C4iuiouud iutereat.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
' Open every lmitte1ay fro in 9a ni. to S p ni.
a 1 falurday e uiu fur aviu dcpuiu ouly
roiu li to a o'clock.
W. HT8U)P. Traaaarar.
Er N. rSXSHMAN & BEOS.,
r . Advertisltta Agents,
Ar authorlaad t asta tract far svdvartU-
iaar tn tbia pa par.
jUtiWM iaraiAa4b-as. Bsai for Cirtalar
Fifty oenta, at Wlnter'i Gallery.