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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
X( bangc for 8t. JxmAt troierty.
The nouth lialt of the "I'll ot" houw? at
Good two story lirlok store room on
Commercial avenue between Klcvi-ntli
-Find floor of brick dwelling corner
Nlnuteuitli and rojilar streets.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth atreet and ' Commercial
tveniie, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth ilntt, west ot
Aiinuiercial avenue, $10.
Dwelling hou on Cross Rtieet, we
ot WaMliington avenue.
Two.busines house on Ieve; Mrcct,
above eighth, $20 each.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Coruinercinl avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
mxt to H'averly hotel, 10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
"treet, and Holbrook nveniie ft!. Ijood
Store-room corner Twentieth and
foliar atroet, $12 GO.
Store room adjoining' above,
Up Mulrs of ouhc on Commercial av
enue, near 10th etreet. SuitMiln for
Imsinc and dwelling, $5.
Tenement 'numbered 8 and i,
Winter' How, fi room each for $10
t month. Will 1k put in flr.t-cla
Orphan Asylum building and pn-iui-ee.
Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Koom In various part ol the city.
FOH LEASE OH SALE.
Land, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
J. OEOKliK HTfclS UOL't
on Eighth utreet, two door from Alex
ander 'ounty Bank, I the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a unootli shave,
or anything elite lu the barber line, La
dies,' and children' hair cut or drecd.
either at the chop or their home.
IRlhtr Mad Finding.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
'ommercial avenue. No. 00, below Sixth
street, may be fotftid a full assortment of
leather and finding ; also a large stock
of St. I.ouii cutoin made toot and
hoe. He also keep on hand a good a
Kortuieiit of boots, shoes, etc.. of hi
own make. Boot and shoe made to
order of first-olas material and satiric
tion guaranteed. ti-2-l-tf
Uu la Its f amtlns of t'vloriulo
by the Atehiwin, Tojuka and Santa Fe
Kailroad, the new ami popular line from
Atchison and Kan sit City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Spring. Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all point in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip ticket to Denver, only $50, allow ing
stop-oil privileged both way on the
muiu line, and at Colorado Spring.
Mauitou and Tike's Peak. 1aw emi
grant rate to the Ban Juan wine.
Pullman Palace Sli-eping Car bi t ween
the Missouri Hiver and Kocky Moun
tains, without change. Clofe connco
tion inadi at l'ucblo with train for
lJenver and Northern Colorado.
For maw, time tabled and the " San
Juan (juide. ' address,
T. J. ANDKH-MiN',
(Jen. l'u. Agl.,
7-lStf Toi'KKa, Ka.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenue, I open to
the public. The bur is supplied with
pure wine, choice liquors and the tlne-t
brand of cigars.
it-25-tf Jo. Hon eik ek, Prop'r.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of the Parish School
will begin Monday, September 4th, and
continue in sesniou sixtecu week. Term,
Kight Iolliirs lor tho eion, or fifty
cents per week always payahlk in
ADViNt t. There w ill be no extra charges
for any study except for the study of
music. For instruction In vocal and in
strumental music, the valuable services of
Mrs. O. W. Henderson have been secured.
The success of the school has liecn such
that the Hector deems it bet to state,
that only a limited number of pupils can
be accommodated, lie will receive those
who apply first for admission. He prom
ises to all thorough instruction in the
common Knglish studies, in the higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, and
also in Latin and (Jreck.
CliAKI.h A. (jiiLKLHI,
To Ren I
The store mom now occupied by Hobbin'
Music Uazar, and Rockwell's Uookstore, on
Commercial avenue, between hixlU and
Seventh streets. Apply to A. Bulto, next
door to He WalJtr's clotUlug store, Ohio
Lyon's Katiuikon wakes bcaotifu
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevent its full
ing out or turning gray. It has ctood the
test of 40 y ear. U charmingly perfumed
and has norival. 3-10-di&w ly
(Jbeutirnl !) Works.
Office corner Eight street and Com
mercial avenue, in Reisers building,
SUUs, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen' clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put lu thorough order. Satis
S-S-dlm F. Sc uum A Co.
We will deliver our best lump coul on
'. and V. K. R. track In Cairo at $30 per
ear load of
This coal has no suriCKioR lor grate
and household use J geuerally.
Addresa all order tor coal to
Jamki A. Viall & Co.,
We are authorized to announce .foils II.
KdKINMiN as a candidal for Mierin" or Alex
ander county, at the coming county election.
We arc auUioriaed to announce thai R. A. Ril
imindson Isan tudenemtent l(publican candi
date lor MicrliT, at the ensuing; county election.
We arc aiitborijted to announce I'KTKR SA171,
for an I nl.' m ihIi-ii t candidate for Sheriff of Al
csander county , at the ensuing: rounly election.
RATF..H OF AnVERMNIftU.
lJ"All bill fur advertising, arc due and pay
able l! ADVA!B
Transient advertising; will be inserted at tht
rale of $1 W per square fur the first Insertion
and S rent for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on HUnilinx amtdiitpl
Kor inserting Funeral notice 91 wt Notice of
meeting; of societies or lecrtt order &o cents fur
Church, Society, Fmtival and Hupier notioes
will only l inserted a advertisement
Xo adrertifteinriit will be received at letti than
& rents, and no BlvertiHemilit will be Inserted
for les than three dollar tier month
Local Buaineaa Noticas, of
ten lines or mora, Inanrted
in the Bulletin a.a follow a
CommeocaCountios at ten Llnea
One lnaertion per Una
Tw inaertlonaper Una. ..
Three insertion per line..
Six insertion per 11ns
Two weeks per line
One month per line
... A Cocta
.... 7 Conta
... 25 OenU
No Reduction will be mails in above
A('AI.S 1.0t(,y., NO. M.
Knifrhts of Pythias, mwts every Kri
duy niKht at hlt-)ui.-t iwven, in Oiid-
lellows' Hall. Howie.
Lliarirellor ornrriun ler.
Af.KXAMlKK 1.01M.K, NO i!4.
Lf 'I'IW". ''' every iliurwluy niKht
m)f' at Imll-iiiuit seven, in tiieir hail on
I Joiiunert ll avenue, u-twren Mxih anJ he veil I h
I '.C--H N. A. OkVOKK, N Oj
MllMi KMAMl'MKNT, I l. O.K.. meet
y.n iMd-KelloMe' IU1I on the II rM and lliirii
i ii lu) in eveiy iimiiUi, at hult-punt neveii
A . Comiwos, V. V
A CAIRO f.olioK. NO. iT.A.K. A A. M.
-1 II..I.1 n KUUir roruiniinirations in Ma
XX funic Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' iiud Ki'litli Htn t, ou the aecoiad and
'"iirth Muiiiluv of iiu ! n. until.
wf.ijnlsday. auccst h;. i;c.
Itritl Heather Report.
Caiko, 111., Aur' 14, I-CO.
.( t ( loudv
4 , .1..
.1 AM KS WAT-ON,
!ir'raiit, Sitfiial S.rvl.t. I'. S. A.
If you need anything in the mu
sical line, Instruments, Violin and
Guitar strings, material, &c, call
at E. & W. Buder's. They keep
the largest stock of Pianos and
Organs, &c, In the city, which
they will sell at greatly reduced
rates. Just received new stock.
Cor. 8th and Washington avenue.
Mr. John Darton ol t';irbond:tle, i in
Judge Bird's police court was quiet yes
terday. The Republican senatorial convention
takes place at Jonc.sboro to-day.
Mrs. John II. Oberly and family left
tor Philadelphia yesterday afternoon.
Mr. A. Marx, the clothier, leaves for
the east on Sunday to lay in a fall and
winter stock of clothing.
Mr. James K. Bell, ot Villa Ridge,
president of the Cairo box and basket
company, is in the city.
I)r. Fargate and wile of Burlington,
Iowa, are vi.-iting at the residence of
Mr. Jorgenson, in this city.
Mr. and Mm. Axtel, wno returned to
Cairo yesterday morning, IeU for a visit
to friends in Arcadia, Mo., la.-t night.
Mr. J. Burger, the dry goods mer
chant, leaves airo on Sunday lor New
York to lay .iu his fall and winter stock
Miss Frankie Rexford left this city yes
terday afternoon for Centralia, where she
will visit the family of Conductor Wil
A little child of Mr. Win. Ruder, of the
firm ot Buder Brothers, spilled a kettle of
hot water on his led yesterday afternoon
was and badly scalded.
The Sweeper h ive received a lot ot
flush torches, and will soon beuriu owra
tions in earnest for Tildeu and Hen
dricks, by a grand street parade.
We understand that the Republican
have about concluded to nominate the
Hon. Matt J. Inscore of Jonesboro. for
seuator, at their convent ion to-day.
The sidewalks on Comtuerciul aenue,
and between Thirty-first and Twenty
ninth streets, which lately iiave been me
badly dilapidated, have been repaired.
It should not be forgotten that the la
dies ol the Presbyterian church give
the opening sociable of tho season at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. ,S. p. Wheeler
The "Cattle Yard Boys" and Numeh.g
base ball clubs of this city, played a
match game ot ball yesterday nliernoon
at Locust grove. The game ic.,ulted iu
a victory for the former club by a score
twenty-six to sixteen
Mr. MeKensie, ol St. Louis, superin
tendent of the telegraph for the St. I.011U,
Iron Mountain and Southern railroad, 1
in the city for the pur(ose of laying a
time IUk. J Ins. Wind.
7 a m. Vi i'J-' 'i S
ii " .f.o.M ; 4 .sv
K i.m l K
new cable for that rond aero the Mis
ftippl river front Bird' Point.
Mr. Hosier, the colored gentleman
fiom Arkansas, who was to have deliv
ered a democratic address at the court
house Inst evening, did not ieak, owing
to other business of importance, which
called him away, lie is ald to be an
able man, and fluent eaker.
We haven $0K) piano in the ware
rooms of Julius Bauer A Co.t Chicago,
warranted lor live year, and of the very
best make, which we will sell twenty-five
per cent, of! half cash, balance In three
and six months. It is a bargain. Apply
at the Bi t.t.r. tin office.
K. A. BcnvETT.
A negro boy named Frank Richard
son, who has been in the employ of A.
J. Carl, the livery man, for some time,
left suddenly on Monday night. After
he had gon?, a w hite man, also in the
employ of Mr. Carl, discovered that his
revolver and a number of other trinkets
were mis-ing, and it is supposed Frank
took them with him.
Attention is called to the card in our
advertising columns of Mr. M. How
ley, (late ol Lynch & llowley,) real es
tate agent. Mr. H. Is well known to all
our business men and eiti.ens generally,
and his reputation i a sulii'ient guar
antee that all business entrusted to him
will lie satisfactorily attended to. We
bespeak for him a liberal share of pat
ronage. A complaint was made again-t Lena
Hawkins, a colored woman living iu the
lower end of town, yesterday morning
to Judge Brc-s. by I'na's neighbors,
charging her with cruelly whipping her
little son, aged seven years. Ilis honor
fined Ix-na live dollars and costs, and
sentenced her to a term in the ealaboo-c,
but rceonimeded her to the clemency of
his honor, Mayor Winter, which lie did
becau-e ol her ill health.
The lion. Mr. I.amar of Mississippi,
and the Hon. lau Voorhees, we are in
formed, will addre a ratification meet
ing of the Democrats of Paducah and the
.surrounding country on next Saturday,
and an f-ffort will be made to have t lie
distinguished orators visit Cairo. Could
Sir. Lamar and Mr. Voorhees be induce. 1
to honor us with a cull, such a gathering
of the Democrats ot Southern Illinois as
has never before been seen, would be the
result. Wc say bring them by all means.
Aiming the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday were 1). Axtel and wife. Little
Roek; K. G. Mcndctiall, C incinnati; W.
W. Robinson and Peter Kelley, St. Louis;
J. M. Allen, Jctfcrson City, Mo.: J. M.
Cross and lady, Mississippi; J. K. Mauler,
Marion; J. Zincs, Cincinnati; W. I). Mc
clain; Indianapolis; W. B. Crow, Evans
viile; Mrs. B. Whitehorn, Dexter, Mo.;
O. F. Carter, Little Rock; F. J. Swan.
New Orleans; John Grant, New Orleans;
A. Tenipleton, Louisville; J. H. Abie.
Milwaukee; William Johnson, Dixon;
D. S. Side, Kt. Louts; Thomas Fret
berry, F.rle, Pennsylvania.
A special meeting of tho city council
was held ou Monday. Present, his
honor, Mayor Winter and Alderman
Lancaster, McGauley, Parker, Patier,
Rittenhouse, Thistlewood, Wright and
Vocum. Mayor Winter stated that tiie
object of the meeting was to settle the
diHieulty that had sprung up iu regard
to the city jailer, and read the following
Caiho, III., August 14, 1 S7J.
To the city council of the city of Cairo:
Gentlemen : At your last regular
meeting, you referred the report ot the
committee on police, jail and tire depart
ment to me for action. 1 beg leave to
say that upon investigation 1 concur in
said report, and did ou the 11th of Au
gust remove James Carroll, city Jailer,
f rom that position and in his stead placed
Michael McCarthy, till such time as you
contlrm a regularly appointed jailer.
Henry Winter, Mayor.
His honor then stated that several par
ties had applied to hhu tor the position
ol jailer, among whom were Daniel Mc
Carthy, w ho had tilled the position be
fore. Mr. McCarthy, he said, had made
a good and faithful officer, and that he
would prefer him to the other gentlemen
who sought the place. The other gen
tlemen, he said, were all good citizens.
He had no preference among them, and
if Mr. McCarthhy was rejected, would
nominate them in rotation, as they had
applied to him.
Daniel McCarthy was then placed in
nomination. He received two votes for
continuation, against six for rejection.
Mayor Winter then nominated Robert
Blllingsly. Mr. BUlingsly received but
one vote iu his favor, the remaining seven
aldermen voting against him.
William Harrigau was next nomina
ted, lie too was required to take a back
seat, making it a stand-off with Bob BU
lingsly, Mr. Thisllewood beiugthe only
man who voted in favor of cither 01
Patsey Mahoncy had an eye to busi
ness, and during the day he had circula
ted a petition, among the alderman, ask
ing them to vote for his continuation,
and four of them, Aldermen Wright,
Patier, MeUauley and Parker had signed
the paper. The mayor placed Patsey lu
nomination, and ho went through by a
unanimous vote ol all present. Mr. Ma
honey is well known to nearly every
body in the city, and it is believed will
make a good jailer. Ho assumes the du
ties of the position to-day.
At the Planters' house yesterday
were R. R. and J. J. Willford,
Ballard county, Ky.; J. it. Martin, Mo.J
J. It. Roblsou, St. Louis; J. A. Robison,
Louisiana; B. F. Taber, St. Louis; L.
lluleu, Belknap; John Hendricks, do;
James A. Viall, HarrUburg; John and
Charles Kong, Vineennes; George W,
Straub, Kentucky; R. T. Steward, Cin
cinnati; T. P. Fortune, Hickman; H
Baleke, Ik xter, Mo.
For . '
U ood, t heap cow. Apply to
D. V. Bennett,
Howe Sewing Machine office. '
At-hUvcsnsnl f Itif lrnt Matatavlng
atsres .Iron Ocean ftreaai in
0 Hour - fl'liM It Tem liea Our
4 entrnntnl l'enr.
The accomplishment of the extraordi
nary run from New York to San Fran
cisco in HO hours, and almost one-third
of the entire distance over the Ft. Wayne
and Pennsylvania railway, was a most
lilting fulfillment of the promises made
by the management of this great line,
that In the otic hundredth year of our
existence :t a nation, n railway, for the
completeness ol ' its structure, the
perfection of its equipment, the most ex
act expedients for spen d, all modern Im
provements tor comfort and Ingenious
combinations for afety on the face of
the globe, should be the Great Fort
Wayne and Pennsylvania road. How
well, truly and faithfully has that prom
ise been kept, may be judged ,y the
crowning triumph lit the ' great race
against the time of the Jarrett &
Palmer special San FraneUeo train,
which ran from New Yoik
to Chicago iu less than twenty-one hour
a distance of 01 i. miles. 41 miles lie
twecu New York and Pittsburg, was run
by one locomotive, and without a single
stop a feat entirely without precedent
iu the annals of railway history, and
teaches Jus that nothing is impossible
on the Great Ft. Wayne and Pcnnaylva-
nia railroad, and that it has out-stripped
the progressive railway rivals, not only
ot America, but the old wo'ld. Foreign
neWKpaper correspondents visiting our
Centennial, overlook the great exposition
and Its world of wonders, and fill their
lir-t homeward-bound lettters with the
advanced idea of the Pennsylvania and
Ft. Wayne railway system, and invari
ably and unhesitatingly pronounce it the
model rail way ot tin' world, and Amer
ica's litlting representative of rational
engineering, shrewd official observation,
and the early adoption of all ideas ad
vancing the interests and comforts of its
patrons. Pullman's new palace sleeping,
draw ing room and hotel cars, are run
upon all trains, and the line being many
miles the shortest from Chicago to New
YorK, Philadelphia. Baltimore and
Washington, the advantage of low fares
are iu its favor. It must be borne in
mind that the Ft. Wayne & Pennsylva
nia trains run direct to all the above
cities, and into the Centennial grounds.
Low fare tickets may be purchased at the
general office, 0." Clark st., Chicago, or
at the Depot, and information, by mail,
I'rmli.Tlcrliiu N lublp.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
w ill give a sociable at the residence of S.
P. Wheeler, esq., Thursday evening. Au
gust 17. All are invited. it
Tills disease, which has, for a time,
battled medical skill, is not incurable.
We have lccn assured, ou the authority
of D. 11. Bnrnaby, ot Oswego, N. Y.t
that his daughter was cured, after being
given up by the best physicians in the
place, by uVmg Halt's IlaWam. This
medicine is weil known, particularly in
the western states, as the best remedy
for pulmonary complaint ever discov
ered. Price 31.00 per bottle. All drug
gists keep it. 10
HEBZ YOU HAVE IT.
AlwHVa the Tienenl ! AImm.vn the
ItiiieUeal!! Always I he Ileal !!!
Buy your tickets via the Cairo and
Vineennes railroad, and get the benefit of
the following very low rates:
New York Sit) 00
Philadelphia 17 75
Baltimore 17 .r0
Washington 17 50
F. A. Miller. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Cairo, August 10th, Wi. s-ll-:tt
Singlecord $3 50
Five :o rd lots 3 25
COAL I ARAIUSK AND MU MCDDY :
Single ton $3 50
Three " 3 25
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
filled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by ( '. W. Wheeler & Co.
SL?" He in rm be r . 21
The New York Store sells
8 lbs A sugar for SI 00
4 " soda 25
Starch in packages, 5 cents per 10.
4 pounds Rio coffee lor 100
3 lbs choice rice for 25
2 boxes best lye for 25
Everything cheap at the old stand.
GBEAT SEDUCTION IV BATES
To I he eiilt-iiiiinl, viii. Illinois Cen
tral HnilrwHtl, Hi 4.r-Ht Alr-Llns
Cairo to New York, $10 00
" " Philadelphia, 17 75
" . Baltimore, 17 50
" " Washington, 17 50
Passengers by this line have choice of
routes, via. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, or
Chicago. The only link running two
I WO DAILY TRAINS fl'OUl alio fol' all
points Fast. Rates always as low as any
other route, and time as quick.
Jas. Johnson, General Agent.
J. 11. Junk Ticket Agent. 8-i:i-Jt.
All good must be taken from the
store-room lately occupied by W. It.
Rockwell & Co.', bankrupts, and I'aiu
for to-day, Geohcik Fisher.
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b JAMES WATSOV,
eVrireaut. Signal berviue, I', b. A.
Port I. Ml.
Steamer Jatne Fisk, Paducah.
" James Gilmore, tow, O. river,
" Ste. Genevieve, Vicksburg.
Arrow and tow, Ohio river.
M Atlantic and tow, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" James Gilmore, tow, St. Loui.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Arrow and tow, St. Louis.
Atlantic and tow, New Orleans.
The weather has been melting hot.
Business remains very quiet.
The entire cargo of barge 3.1 sunk at
Presidents' Island by the Grand Lake
belonged to "t. Louis shippers. It was
Valued at about $7.,00.
The Ste. Genevieve paa-ed up yes
terday lor St. Louis.
The Atlantic and barge added about
J00 tons here.
The Jim Fisk had a very fair trip
The James Gilmore and tow, and
the Arrow and tow, passed Ibis port for
St. Louis yestcrdav.
M. J. HOWLEY,
Heal J:::'.: ni hu Agesl.
Office in Bross' Building.
IJpleidby iM'iriiip-ion to A. II. Sa fiord, f a-li-Vicr
City Nut i. unit llank , and lion, 1. lliosJ,
1'rvnident Alexander County ItunK.
Aug. 10 tf
Nebraska Ahead !
The I!, ft M. Railroi.l f o's Lands ! The IH
Virrionltural and Stock Country m America!
GOOD LANDS IN A GOOD CLIMATE
I.ovr ,rire. Long Credit. Low I'iiixm and
Kreifhts. I'reniiuin f r Improvement Free
1'as to Ijind iiuyer. rtnr lull p irticulii,
apply to Jl. A.M. It. ft .to , lliiilinloii. low a.
MLT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
t&To large coasumcrs and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
sonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITT COAL COMPANY.
rt-ITulliday Bro.' office, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
t7ltuiriiluy Hro ' wharfbout.
If" At .Kyptiua Mills, or
ti-At the Coal Dump, foot of Tniltr-CiKbth
rtPot Omrr Druvrer, VO.
ICE ! ICE!!
JAMES P. SMITH & CO ,
71A, Indlnnn Avenue, t'tilrn&ro 111.
Ice for sale hy the car load, packed inood
order. 8-1 -'-'J w
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND CAN DEE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-iUir.
?b Oldast Establlahed Agency in Sout J
arn IlUnola, repreaautlnir ovr
tG5 000 000
A. GREAT.DISCOVERY !
Hy Hie use ol whifh every fumily may j;ive
their l.iiii'U Hut In illiuui .oli.-li periiliar to line
laundry uoik. Suviiik' timeuud luhor in irom
iiiK, more thii it entire eost. arrautfd.
Bold By Druggiiti and Groctr ErerywUor
ASK KOU nOlilllNS'.
DOBBINS, BROS. St CO., 13 N. 4th St.
r.car Did "Yankee Doodle."
It ting 1 Ih heart el th aeopUl Our bo;l
U whistled il, aurgirlt hat ang tni alaye It
Mir luril mea hat warche la it, an mom dan
t ia picture a grand and ataiterlt produc'.oa el art
tf A. at. Willard. Ih original adorn Memorial
UU. t Philadtlphia, and U daily admired by thouc
lad. Th copy 1 in chromo, and (houid advtrl
tit aiall ol r Aatortcan hoava.
If aol found llh your pickur daaltr, ad yoia
irdu to tl aublihr,
r ' I. F. RYOER, Clld, 0
SIZE-IS by t4 Inches.
PNICE-By avail, 13.60 1 mounM rtady lot Ira
hj. 13-60. -
. aUlw VJ at At'
I". -. Hnnkrl s nitlrr Wine of Iron
lis never been known to fall In the cure of
vrkneM, ntteniled with symptom ; inrfi
position to exertion, Ins of memory, dlili-i-ull
v of breathing, s-enerat weakness, horror
of (liep, wenk, nervou trembling, ilread-
mi tiorroror ileatli, nif,'t sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude of the muscular ayMcin,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic "symp-
nuns, iiiji naiin", n&Miing 01 me nojy, dry-
iit-fls ui iuq Mtni, iiaiini eounienatce nni
eruption on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness of the eyelids,
frequent black spot flyinir before the eves
witli temporary ulUion and los nf fight,
want oi attention, eic. 1 iicse svtiiiiunii
all arise from a weakne. and to reined
that, use E. F. KunkiT Bitter Wine of
Inn. It never fails, thousand sre now
erijoyin? Itonltti who have Used it. Take
only l t . hunker.
Kewara of counterfeit and base Itnlta
tion. A Hunker Hitter Wine of Iron is
n well knoivn nil over the eotintrv, drug
Klts tlietns.'lve make an imitation and try
to sell it oil to their eutntnt r, w hen they
call fur Kunkel'a Bitter Wine of Iron.
KunkeV Hitter Wine of Iron is nut tin
only in i bottles, and ha a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor' photograph on th wrapper ol
each botile. AIwhv look for tho iihoto-
irriiph on the nutile, and you w ill always
be sure to get the genuine, t no dollar pel
bottle, or six fur .soM by druggists and
Aid. W OKMS RKMoVKI) ALIVE.
K. K. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to uextroy rm feat and nioiuaeli Worms.
Dr. Kim m I. the only successful physician
who remove Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with hed, and no fen until removed
Common M-n-e te:u !ies that il I'aneWoitn
be removed, n 1 other worms can be rcadi.y
ietroven. Minn tor circular to lr. iun
kel. No. V..VI North Ninth street, riiil idel
pliia, I'a., or csll on your druirgist and a
lor a bottle or Kutikci orin Mjrup
rriee, fi.wu. it never laii.
How In Miikr Money.
We will state that the ureft, best and
leeiliet vvy to "multiply ami inerease
in to eall ut No. 12 Wall Street, ew Yoik
and eotiMtlt with Alex Krothin'.'liatn .V Co
'l'lii'e gentlemen, who have Ioiik hetn
fdeiitilled with the history mid all'jif of
Wall mroet. are iiriutialiy t-killrd in mone
tary all'iir-, and in every thitiir api ert linmir
to speculation, aie uiii xeelled lor ahilily
and piolii'ieiii y. It may iil-o he niid that
of the many KroUerin that eity tin y are
tint only tlio niot pom ar, Put nlo the
lno-t niiTewctiil, liest pat n.iuzcd, and liiot
wididv Known in or near the virinity id'
Amon the eufotnrr ot the liotixe of
Alex I'lothue.'linm k Co., arc fon.e o our
leading and representative eiti.ens, who
are mainly iudclited to Ihe l.ilior of tlii
lirm lor linieli o the wealth they now enjoy.
lMiriter the lomr and i-ueiesrul exper
ience d Mesr. Alex, t-'rothiutrhani & Co.,
in thi city they have earned for tlieiueKeii
an enviable reputation for honesty, integ
rity and faith, und enjoy a liuine almost
eoluiral in it projiortion. I faet, the
amount ot luiMiie done hy tliis hou?e in
the eoure of a year in something wonder
ful, and olten furiu the nuPjeet or com
ment, ft need but a vi.-it to their spaeiou
c.tlici in Wall street to prove the truth of
!h above rtatemeiit.
flow they mana;c to eonveit J10 to 2ii,
to tio. tl'l into isn, and so ou, is it
secret which they alone can explain ; but
that they tmccRcii in doinir fo 1 a fact too
well known to admit of doubt. II you
would untidy and profitably invest your
money, do not hesitate to Uvor thi linn
with your cash ami confidence. That by so
tioiuc you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience id thousands ot our best
clli.eu attest. Tho necessity of taking
ueh a course in these time of loitering
bank und tinancial stringency must be ap
parent to the moHl imliuVrenr. und careless
Messrs- Alex. Frotiiingbam V Co., are
prepared to invent money to any amount in
the best seauriUcs, and iu every transac
tion m which they may be engaged guar
antee entire satistai tion tothose who honor
them w ith their tmtronnge.
UffTSeiid for their Kxplanatory Circular
HUd weekly Keporfs, wlucii tucy mail free
to all who desire them. r.i .. J. Me
rrfipvli, April 10, lf7i. 7-I-eod.ilu
Will, of course, wish to ce all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this cud the
CANADA SOUTHERN lt'V COMPANY
has, through its connections in the We
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Tovui.sTsi' Kvitksion Tickets
at greatly rcdtioed rates, by which passen
gers cn not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, Willi an
opportunity of stopping at any of the great
number of famous reports in New York
and Ponnsy Ivania. The CAN A OA SOU I'll
EKN i the only line from tbo west running
directly to Niagara Kails, givinir passen
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ot the M1UUTY C'ATAKACT,
HOUSE-SHOE FALL, the tiKKAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly at the
Falls. Tho track of the CANADA SOU1H
EKN is au air line, laid with steel rail o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curve
or grades; wood is used for fuel; Coaches
sre furnished with the Winthell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring pi elect freedom from
dust. Wi ll it complete system of maguif
centPAKI.Oll Si.EEIMNU AND DKaW
INO KOOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND T U.EDO, and It aduur
able connection at NIAUARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is lat becoming the
FAVORITE L1SETOTHE EAST. Tickets
via this popular lino cau be procured at al
otliccit of fonneetliitf lines, or at the com
Any Information can 1e obtained bv ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
(len'l Pats, and Ticket A't. Dkthoit.
Sberlir a Kul.
Ily virtue ol' u eveeulion to iue dim-led hy
tbo clcik of Ihe cm-mi court of Alexander
coiiniy, ill Ihr hiate ol iiliuou. iu tuvor ol tl
len WaUh and aKiiuist llernard Miiylh, 1 have
levied upou the l"lli'wiiit dtucrilait roH-rty,
in thu county of Alexuudcr aud slulu ol' Illi
lMsmuiiUred twelve ().') und thirteen (H) in
block liumlierisl two (J); I lie iiiulividcdnne.hait
Cjlol.lol liuiubeli-il elulit (.) in block II 11 111-la-icd
rweiity-si vcii U'l, the undivided one-hall'
(' .) ol' lots iiiiiiihcred seveut,u (17) and eitfh
lis'n (is) in block iiiiiuU-i-tl thirty ('),all iu
tlu-city of L'uiro, county of Alexander aud Matt
ol Illinois. AImi lot uuiiilK-nd seven (7) in
block iiumbeied twentv-niK (Jul, lot miluhered
lln. e ( .) in block numbered lorly-llic ,1 0, lol
lumbered tliiliy-seveii ( .7) in Mo. k nuiiiheinl
foily-deven (17), lot iiiiiiiIm led tea (10) 111 I'h" k
nuiiibei-ed ciuhly-liiree M. 'I he leare hold l
ti rent in and to lol nuuiM-red eik-ht (s iu ho, k
liiiilils-ic.l elKl'Osu (is), louelher with Hie
liuildiiiK uiiil Uiii-uVciiieuU siiuatisl tliereon,
all uhl la-t ni. ui K.iie.i lot and hlui ks beniK .il
ualid iu the ili-t uiiditiou to thecily ot i ano, in
the county of Alrxuudcr and Mam of IlliuoU, u
the .iohiiv of the aid llemanl Mnytli, which
I h l.ii 1 1 otlcr at public. ale al the South vveldoor
ol tiie t otirt Mouse in Hie cily of l airo.iu th
county of Alexander und state of Illinois ou the
.Ulli day of Auwnt, A. I'., l7'i, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a in., lor Cash, to sal i.i, said
evecllllou. A If. . II 1KV1N,
Rln i ill of AicAauder I olllity, 111.
l'uiro, Ills. , Autiiist lh, ls7. ' d id
Hy virtue or an execution to me directed
by ihe I'lcrW of thu Circuit Court ol' Alex
auder County, iu th" state of Illinois, in
f.tvor of Itcriiard MeManus and against
.l in es A. Fry, 1 have levied upon the lob
low iiitf ilcsciiliod propoiiy, in Firt Addit
ion to tha City of Cairo, iu tho County ol
Alexuuder and Slate of Illinois, to-wu ;
All of tha I will, title aud luUre.t of said
James A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (id) iu idock numbered forty-kercn t47)
which 1 shall otfer at pahlte sale at th
Soulh-west door of th Court House iu toe
City of Cairo, in tha louuly or Aleiaudcr
and Mte ot Illinois, on the lillhdiy ol Oc
tober, A. D.. 176, at the bour ol eleven
o'clock, A. M., for cash, to satisfy said ex
tent iou. Alicx. 11. Uv iv,
(Sheriff of Alexander County, lliiuoi.
Call o, 111., July 12, isTd, dtd
I'TVirlneof an enecntion t- me ilir i,.. i.
the rleik o I he rirrnit court of Warn
county, in the .State t lllinol,, n farorof W i.
Minn shwiii-r anil agmnsi tAWn Trousdale, I hav
leviH iiHn the following drwrilml projierty,
in this county or Alexander and state of Illinois,
lt nunilierot one (I), two (), three (.1),
' ' I r (II. nym ,). ix Oil. KfXvn f71 .n,li,h (
all In hlork nunilMTcd lea (I"), in the third iei
dition to Ihf ntyof Cairo, iu the county of Alex
andrrandstateof lllinot,atheproirtyor the
emd Mien irmifdale, which 1 ihll oaerat puMin
oaleal the Mouth-went door or the Court House
ill the i-i! V of ( aim. in the mutv of A l.an.l..
and fftate of Illinois n the aith ilay of August,
r, . , i.-im, ni uir noiir oi eieveno cloi'k, a.m.,
lor ar.li, to wat I sly said exrrution.
Al.fcX. II. 1RVIN,
Sheriff Alvxandtr County, III.
Cairn, Ilia. , Aug. Hill, W. d-td
"I IT IIK RE A Thoma nllivnn, by his eertain
vV ili niortcaffe. riulv milMl. ilMlivarfl
and recorded, in the recorder's otlirp of Alexan
der county. Mate of lliinoi, in Hook ".,"
fp wt ,,, cmvoT to ne unlertirneo: inaar.
balder, (which said niortfraire bear date the
lirst (1st) liny of November, A. D., Is;..), the
lollowiiiK desrribeil real estate, lving- and be
inir in the city f ( airo, county of- Aiexandrr,
and State of lllinoift, to-wit: txt nntiilirsl
thirty-eight (:), in block numliered flfty-tour
( ) , to M.n-e the payment of his wrtain irom-i-sory
note Is-aring even date with eaidmort
juice, for Ihi- sum of nixty hv-1iio dollarn, with
lnt'rest at the rateof ten er rent per annum
liotii dutp, until pall. And h rra, the said
Ihoiiin -ii H i v on having mude default in the
p:iv mi nt of the money so an uml to be paid a
atorriiii; now. tin-lorn, I, the undersigned
iiiortg.-iicve aforesaid, under and virtue of the
mni tgati! nl"ie-nid, hen liy give nolic that I
will, on f-nlurday. the l:'tli day ol August, at
the li.mr of l n'eluck, p. in .A I . . l-T .. well nt
public wndiie fo the highest bidder for rash
at Hie front loor of the court house, In the city
ol t aim, fount v or Alexander and stale of I It
nois the reai r-tate so conveyed to him by the
R ii'l I ii rt 4 1 tr I'erm of -aie Cash in hand.
1".C WAI.I Kll, Mortgi gie.
Cairo. 111.., July Isth, 176. 7-l-dtd.
English Hrussel. Three l'ly and Ingrain,
also, st ir Carpet-. Velvet'Hugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
ut the Old Place
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpet careful Ijr packed and sent to any
pari oi i ue i nueii ?iaie nee oi cimrgc.
stsend: for price list.-
7-4-1 y. J. A. BEND ALL.
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNG WOMEN.
Begin its "oth year f ept. l.'lth. Facility
nuniiier '.'l, Magulticxnt building, gener
ous table. 1 borough c .ur-c in r.ngli.b.
Science, Classics, and Modern Languvge.
t'nsurpas.-ed advantage tor music and art.
.ddros the rresideut. Hcv. I'avid II.
Moore, I). I , Cincinnati, O. 7-8-d.tw-St.
The last chance for good Birrirultural lands on
I K VtAiis' i Hi.i.iT. at six ricH c kst. interest.
I'on't run onv riks, but en to a countrv that hn
Is-eu proved t. lie gwid. Se id your aildri's liy
ostul ciikI to Ijiu.l i iira'r b. M. It. it .,
iiirlinu'lon. low a. and receive free ropy of Iowa
and Netirinika 1 iiriucr, with chart of land, and
w round trip rate --.'s-ws'im.
ft .4 Mir.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 100,000
TV' r HAf.I.inAY, President.
JIKMIY I.. MAI, I.IDA V, ViceFresl.
A II SAKFKliU, lthief.
W A LTfc Ii 11 YmLOI'. Aaa'l Cashier.
S. 8TAATS TAYLOB, H II. Ctf ItKIHAK,
II I.. Hailidav, VV l. IIai.i.iuay,
U. I). Williamson. Stepikn Kihh,
A . Ii. SArroim,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general Thanking
Nell, ice l'rea-1.
It. Wells. Cashier.
T. J. Kertli, Asst. aoh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Street
V. I!ros, Cairo. Wra. Kluire, Cairo.
1'. Neff, I uiro. Win Wolfe, Cairo.
V . Susauka, Cairo. K. 1.. ItilliuKsley , kt. Louis.
t . liudi-r, iuiro Ii. Wells, Cairo.
t'. II. Ilrinkiuau, M. Louis,
. Uvueial BiiiikiiiaT Basinet Itoue.
tlKxclianire sold and bouftht. Interest paid
n tiie Savings leiurtiueiit. t ollcctious made,
ud all b i5iu ess irotuDtly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A K SAr'i)UI, Pre.iidenl.
S TAVI.OU, iil'rroiienl.
, II i Lof, Su'y and Imwurer,
pi hkctoks :
V.W. Harci.ay, ('has. Galiuhm,
M. KrH-KrLKrn, HaixU Seiti u,
It. 11. Cl'NNINOIIAM. 11 1, IIAIXIUAY,
J. M. PniLLirs.
IN I'tKI.ST paid on deposit at th raw of aix
percent r snituiii, March 1st aud Hvpteui
vr Int. lutereat uot w ithdrawn i aldd inuue
liately to the priucial of the drpoaiU, thereby
fivinii Ihim eouiDouud iuUrest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open evvry business dar froiuim in. to I p.m.
3 Nalurday evenings for savings deposits only
ioiu Ii to o'clock.
W. HYSUOP. Tnmi.
Junction of BroJway,7ttt Av and
NEW YORK CITY,
Tbrea Block west ol Grand Central IWpot
near the tUevated Uallroad, aad but lo
ty wiuuU IVoui Wail fctroeU AU modern
improvement. Kate tft per day. Lib
eral term to faiualiea.
CHA8. K. UtXANO, rropriator
Of lMetan House, Albany, . i .an
Claxcudou ilolet, HitHOKt. 7-7-diiu.