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Real Estate Column
Alrxwler. county lands', Ctiro loin,
xthtnjfu tyr St. Louis proM-r!y.
The south hull f-f the Tiled" liouse- at
bargain, i f
Good two story brick store room on
Commercial fcventu iM-twrrn Kleventh
- First floor of liru k dwelling rninor
Nitiftt'tntli ami Poplar streets.
' Hiiloon and fixtures, 8outliwet enrn
' T KighKOittli Htrci't ami I'oinnurcliil
ivinur, at a bur-iin.
'otto on Jwelllli rtrci t, wot ot
Jomtnercliil avenue, $10.
Dwelling hotm on .'it.s street, ve:
til Washington ".venue.
Twlusliirgsliotii't on Levee f trccf,
above Kijflilli, $20 hi h. ,
A tfoo'l rotUir' on Twenty-Ninth
divct, near ('iuiin-r:i:d avenue,
Store room on Common iul avenue,
vxt to Waverly hotel, J 10.
--Cottage if I rooms on Twenty-third
treet, ami llolbrook avenue $1;. t.mul
yard ami extern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poj.lar streets, 1 i 60.
Store room adjoining altove,
L'p Mairs of oust; on Commercial av--nu,
near lirth street. Suil.tblu for
business and 1 welling, i.
Tenements numbered 8 and It,
Winter's How, ft room each for $10
kt month. Will be put in tlrstla-s
Orphan Asylum building and j.rctni
es. IJcut low, to a good ten tut.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Wai-hinjrton avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ol the eily.
KOK LEASE OK SALK.
Linda, In tracts to i-ult, neur Cairo.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of tin; l'ari.-h School
will Ik gin Monday, September 4lh, and
continue in session s-ixtifii week". Term,
Eight Dollar lor the scsdon, or fifty
eentj per week always i ayaui k in
aivavck. There will be no extra charges
fr any Mudy except for the Mudy of
music. For instruction In vocal and in
strumental inu.-ic, the valuable nrvi'-es of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have been secured.
The success of the athool has been such
that the Hector deems it best to Mate,
that only a limited number of pupils can
be accommodated, lie w ill receive those
who apply first for admission, lie prom
ises to oil thorougU instruction in the
eomniou English eturiicg, ,u ,,,. jj,, ,r
mathematics, tin; natural science;, ao-1
idso in Latin mid Greek.
.'iiai:i.ks A. Gn Htm,
GREAT SEDUCTION IN RATES
To lit 4 rnleMMfal. tin. Illiiinia Cen
tral KnllrwMtl. Ill (.rent Air-Line
iri to New Voik. $10 00
" " Philadelphia, 17 75
" " Baltimore, 17 ."si
" " Washington, 17 oO
Pasiicngers by this line liave choice of
routes, ia. Cincinnati, lndiumi'mtU, or
t'hicngo. The o.vi.y i.ink running two
I wo daily ikaIns from Cairo lor all
points Ea-t. Uato- always as low as any
other route, and time ad quick.
J as. Johnson, General Agent.
.l.il.Jo.Nts Ticket Agent. HU-lt.
tItemeiubf r S 3
1 he New York Store n il
s bs A sugar for-
4 sola -
Starch in packages, f. cents per In.
1 pounds ltto coflVt tor -
II lbs choice rice for
'1 boxes be.-t lye fur..
Everything chei.p ut the old stand
l.i-.tllier an. I I iiKiuig.
At the store room of I'. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. !ki, below Sixth
direct, may lie touml a lull a-ortnn lit of
leather and findings : al-o a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
hoes. I If also keeps band a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc, of his
own make, boots and khoes made to
order of tirst-elass material and satUfae
(ion guaranteed. U-2I-I1'
Clictiiicnl II jo WurUa.
OHice corner Eight street and t'om
inercial ftveuue, in Hciscrs building.
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc,
leaned and dyed to any shade or color,
t Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put in thorough order. Satis
s-s-illui K. Sn tens il Co.
Ilnrriokiirif S oul.
We will deliver our ltcst tump coal oir
'. and V. H. H. track in airo at $.10 per
car load of
tw ki.vi: IONS.
This coal has xo hitkuiok for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders lor eoal to
Jauks A. Via i.i. &, Co.,
Single cord $' i0
Five ;ord lots 3 25
COAL I'AUAIUSK AND lllti XIUl'OY '.
Single ton $3 50
Five 3 00
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on baud
by c. W. Wjif.klkh & Co.
'J. (iKOUCiK SlUXliOL'St
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
tashionsble hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies1 and childrens' trair cut or dressed,
either at tUe shop or their honiei,
aoi s r.nr.MTi.
KOK SIIKItlf K.
Vp nrr lilliori.P'1 to uniionivc .lullN II.
Knl.lN-ON min'liil!i'i'f..r MirriD or Ali-x-Mii'lpr
county, at the i uiiiIhk munty rli-ctlnn.
W are auihuri tonnn'.at.or tlial II. A. Kl
liiuniUon Ik an iiiiei.niirnt lmlliiMii camli -ilutc
lor .sbi'tllf, al ttut rnsuiDK county elect inn.
W t are aothnried toannotim I'KTKIt SAI'I',
for nn lihli'irfTidi'iit 'inliiliic lur hiTitrof Al
vxainlri county , al I lie enniiiiiK roiiuty election.
ItVIT.M III' aivi;ri ISIXII.
tfAll Mil for ailvrrtimnK, are itne and ay-
alill' ! AbVANl B
Tranaii nt o.lvi rtieiiiK will lie limerlol at Urn
rate of II Kl per miinre for the llrat iiist.rtion
an'l V e iiU f.ir e.n h uli-'jiirnt one A lilmrnl
Uiiwoiiut will be iii:ile on Hlanliiifr and ilin.l
Kor iniMTtini? Kunrrul iioliiro SI eii Notireol
mii'tiiiK of aooictiert or nei n-t nrlcra 'si renin f.,r
Cliureh, Society, Kcntlvul and ."upper notirea
will only lrf inxerttit ait a-Ivi rtixeint-aU
No ailvertlienu nt will he reeeivel at eha tlinn
6o rent, and no a'lvertiiciiierit will U- in.-'ei1e.
for leKK thiui Ihree ilolluin per nionlh
f- i j Local Buaineaa Notices, of
aafiL . ten linoa or more, Inaertod
WJ" in the Bulletin aa followa :
Commence Countinir at ten Lines.
One lnaortlon per line 1 Oonts
Two insertions pur line 7 Conta
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insortlons per line 15 Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line 35 Centa
No Reduction will be made in above
cttj am:ai.os lnx.K, so. r.i.
t' K nirlili of T Itiiun, mi et every Kri-
T-t 'lav na'lit ut liulf-jnu.1 avven, in OiH-
'iJy li". hi,
Tar cl,anu-ll,.r t oiuiiiaieli r.
A t.K X A MlKIt f.OlMjt:, SO. 2i.
Iiiileitnti nt firl..p ,.f f 1,1.1. Ii.i.
nt h .lf.i.u.t i. Il...i l...ll
oiiiii.i p'ial um nue, liet m'H Mlh aw) Seventh
r x . A. Iinv.jnE. N I,
' 1ll:o I.M AMl'MKM, I. O. O. K. , meets
, .n i i.M-i ell.iwi' Hull on the Ural anil Ihinl
: in '.''.ay in c.i ry in. mill, at half-pant seven
A . I.iimim.-, ; r
A (JAIItO I.OIH.K. SO. 2:ff,A.r. A A. M.
wl 'V' l r-vulnr r.tmiiuiiiiatioiis in Sla-
aotiie Hall, roiner iiiininrc lal avenue
' v xun.l Kik-hlli HtrtTt, ou the aecinil wnl
' .111111 Momlav of rui h month.
Tlll HSDAY. Al Gl ST 17.
Lorn! Heailier Keport.
Caijio.Iu.., Auh- lh, 1ST'!.
una iUiiTj Tiia.TWivDTj-VaL. WaT7
7 a in. :io (ill 7'' ' I K I , t air
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Pirtfeant, Si.'iml I". a. 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.
The ( 'airo and VinceiitHw railroad will
send out its pay c.ir on Friday.
K-t'ity Treasurer 15. F. Blake and
lady an; expected home to-diy.
Hen lie in iouI I has gone to inccnucs
to lake a look at the new ga- work ol
It is rumored that Mr. li. F. Idyipg--ton,
w ill be a candidate nr tatcs attor
ney. Political matter' arc very quiet in Ibis
city at present, but there is a proapect
that lin y will li vt il up coiHidcrably be
Judge Isird's police court wn closed
je.-terday, that gentleman being in at
tendance at the I.Vputilicati senatorial
convention .it Anna.
Fvcrybody fchotlld attend the Kocialiie
to be given at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Wheeler, by the ladies of the 1'ies
b) lei ian church this evening.
A J'eir.ncr.it ic ma-s meeting is talked
of by some of our prominent politician-".
We are Informed that ancft'ort will be
made to bring e-iiov. l'almer hereto
address the people.
A number of Democrat in this city,
who tire anxious to hear Mr. I.aniar of
Mississippi make a iieeeh. are talking t
getting up an excursion to go to I'adu
cali on Saturday, when it is said the great
chau'pion will icak in that eily.
The sociable of Hie ladies of the Pres
byterian church, it t-hotild not be torgot.
ten, will take place at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Wheeler this evening.
A very pleasant time is anticipated. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
Mayor Winter, we understand, has an
nounced his Intention to try again lor tho
oIlk'H ho now holds. Wo predict that,
should Mr. Winter stand for re
flection, lie will have a harder row
to hoe to secure success, than he expe
rienced in bis last canvass.
The "Ued Caps" and the "White
Caps," juvenile base ballists ol this city,
played a match game yesterday near tho
Hibernian lire company's engine house,
the " lied Caps" winning by a score ot
37 to 10. JJed Caps I'itcher, Dan Clan
cey; catcher, Geo. Moore. While Cup
Wm. Hodge, pitcher; John Nassana,
At the St. Charles yesterday were the
following: W, W. Jiobiuton, A. V, Kel
Jey, St. Louis ; K. J. Maxwell, Apple
Hun ; J. L. Torrey, St. Louis ; II. V,
Wilkes, St. Louis; I. X. Siser. Carbon,
dale ; R. S. Smith,' Odin; J. B. Ciok,
Colorado; Morris Dein, 3few Or'ansj
A. I. Morehead, Xew Orleans; A. C,
LocUart mid it, I'aducah M1.k Hall,
Pailncjih J.w. Iluiw jOfiiiAgo ; Frank
fean, Steamer Mollie Moore.
Mr. W. W. Thornton, late treasurer o(
the Alexander county Jiemoeratlc cen
tral committee, has rendered a state
ment ol the amounts received and dis
bursed k-y him, and has paid over to the
present committee the balance due. by
cheek on the Ktiterprise Saving bank, in
which Institution tin) amount h:u been nt
inte rest. , V. II. Moufw.
fee'y AlexRtulf r 1 einiHratic Corn
It is rumored that I!o-ier, the negro
w ho wa to have spoUen to the Demo
crat" at the court houeou Tuesday even
ing, left because of threats having twi n
made against him by several colored men
of this c'ty before lilling his engage
ment. He is said to lie a very intelli
gent man iii.d lluent speaker, and it was
feared his vpeccli might have a tendency
to weaken the lladialim of the darkeys
here, which prompted his threatuers to
drive him out ol town before be had
done any 1 1 1 i - 1 1 i f .
Not a few of our citizens believe that
Mr. Jaines C-irrolI, lato city jailer, was
dealt with entirely too summarily. The
single fault alleged against him a- keeper
o our cilabooc. could have been reme
died by a word. No complaint was
lodged against him on any other score;
and tho-(! who think the puni-hmciit
meted out loo him was touch severer
than the occasion called for are not few
in number or in'ignilieant in point of In
lliience, A reprimand and not a dis
mis:i1, is what the eae required.
At the I'lanlcr-" house yesterday were
II. T. Frank, St. I.oui;C W. Patrick.
Cincinnati ; T. 1.. Dean, Cave in Jiock ;
.1. A. lliiliii-iui, Shrcvepdit, La.; .1. II.
liarton. arbondale ; ,. A. liugg. llland
Ville ; .iudd Swain, W. M. Keen and Mrs
Kulis, lUandville ; D. '. Calkinn, Dav
enport, Iowa ; If. Ilohleke. Dexter, Mo.;
Felix .loins, Charleston, Mo.; Ja-oti
Chauiieey, Springfield; L. D. Wood,
Caledonia ; Scley Mann, Milburn, Ky.;
W. II. Wood, (iayso. Mo.; C. li. Hanks,
St. Louis; Frank llequemburg, Charles
ton ; W. (.I.Stone, Milburn, Ky.
A colored lady named Lda Dixon was
up before .Judge Hro.s yesterday, for
abusive language and otherwi-e disturb
ing the peaee of her neighbors. Kda, it
seem-', lias had cause to suspect the fidel
ity ol her better-hall, and upon learning
the liaine ot the object upon whom he is
said to be bestow ing his affection., she
called upon the destroyer of her happi
ness and expressed a ilccidod deriie to
annihilate her forthwith, v. hereupon the
rival of Kda complained to Deputy Sher
iff John Sheehan, who arrested her. Al
ter bearing the eidencc in the case,
Jn.lge IJross lined the prisoner live dol
lars and costs, and ordered her to jail for
ten days in default of payment. She
p, - - - ,i - . i -. - l
was released by Deputy Sheehan.
A negro named Taylor Joik-s want to
Mayor Winter yesterday with the infor
mation that on Tuesday afternoon, a
white man named John I'enrod, had
robbed him of a w atch. He had taken
off hi vc-t and hung it up on a nail at
the Illinois Central depot, and John had
taken the watch out, he said. I'enrod,
however, told another story, saying be
bad bought tho watch trom James lor
live dollars. Another witness in the
ca-e, who the principle, said knew all
about it, swore to a different tale alto
gether trom that told by cither of them,
which led Judge Hroa to bclcivc that a
more thorough investigation should be
made into the matter before passing
judgment on the prisoner. He accord
ingly continued the case for eight days
in order to give thu oilicers time to learn
further particulars, and pent the defen
dant to jail to await dDcloueers. s " '
Since writing the item to lie toiind in
this i -sue of the Hi i l fi is, iu regard to
the colored Democrat, Ho-icr, being
scar.-. out of town by the threats of sev
eral lJi publiean darkeys of the city, we
are iniormed that the notorious Jim
(range was the instigator ot all the
w rath exhibited against Hosier. irange,
we are informed, openly declared that if
P.o-i. r attempted to make a Democratic
speech in this city he would split his
skull, which had the desired i -fleet of
putting a quietus upon him, at least,
so far as fpeaking in Cairo is concerned.
When matters grow so bad that it is nu
tate tor a nctrro or any other person to
express his views without incurring the
hatred and threats ot such men as Or
ange, it is lime for something to lie done
that will put a damper on them. Or
ange's reputation is none of the best, and
had Hosier delied him, we do not doubt
be w ould have had a sorry time of it.
o l Hip Moinitnlii of f'olorailo
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Itailroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison nnl Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to l'ucblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fo and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $."iU, allow ing
stop-off privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manitou tiud J'ike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines,
l'ulluian Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri Haver and Jtocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at l'ucblo with trains for
Iicnver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables uud the " San
Juan (.iuide,'" address,
T. J. Axokiisox,
(. 1'axs. Agt.,
7-Wf TolT.kA, K AN.
)i-etb) IcriHu Noclnlile.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will give a sociable at tho residence of S.
P. Wheeler, cq., Thursday evening, Au
gust 17. All are Invited. at
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public The Par Js mpplied with
pure w iocs, choke liquors and the llncst
brands of cigars.
KADlUAIi tHAllli t.lS. i I
Inarote Tnlkril 1 iiem fnio it.
Charlsi P. Nellis, of Cairo, for State Eeuitor.
W. a. Wctilwiti and T. H. rLiUip for
In Anna, I'nion county, Wednenliiy
morning, at 11 o'clock, the Hi publicun
senatorial convention, which adjourned
at Cairo on the '2"lh of June, met In
Temperance Hall, in regular ses-ion.
The eliairui tn, K. L. Widbrid;re, of
Alexander, enlled the rnnventiou to
(hi motion, the following committees
were appointed :
OS (HI IU-..N 1 1 o i.
(i. W. Mi Keaig, Alexander.
J. W. (j ram urn r, Jackson.
K. Leavenwfirth, I'tilou.
Freeman King. Ja k-on.
V. T. Scott, Alexander.
ox III..' I I.I I IONS.
. harle.s F. Nclli-, A lex neler.
Simon Walker. Jack -on.
( . Iviikpatrick, L ninii,
Convention adjounied to meet at 1;I!0
Al l i:i:.(( i:ssio..
Convention met at the appointed time,
when the committee on credential-' re
ported the following delegates entitled
to seats :
l u k-o roiii v.
S. Walker, ,1. ;. I.'eeves,
John Dillinger, W. II. II. Mansker,
T.C. Waikins. Wade Smith,
K. II. Hru-h,
J. L. Moore,
S. II. II ay nes,
J. W. Ho'tilnson.
F. li. Hanks,
John II. Harlou.
J. L. 1 1 art man.
. c. Spencer,
( i rammer,
A. J. l'ickere, c. Kirkpatriek,
Henry Fades, '.. Leavenworth,
A. N. Dougherty, Jami.-s (irauimar,
J. V. Coulter, " A. J. Alden,
W. A. Sims.
ali.x A-.ni.n orxi v.
W. T. Scott, I'ichard Tavlor,
Charles Nellis, K. L. Wallbridge,
F.. F. Davis, W. A. Sloo,
li. II. OTJryan, Warren Wims,
John McKwen. jr., L. C. Ford,
(i. W. McKcaig, Peter Saui.
Xominations fur state senator being
declared in order, Dr. A. M. Lee, o1
Jackson, nominated Charles F. Xellis, of
J. H. Coulter, ot I nioii, nominated
Joshua Iwis, ol Union.
A. J. Alden. ot the Anna I'ttlnn. in a
short speech. iudor;cii o.o -.,-'---. -
.111 . JwC IS.
Cel. Mr Keaig. ol Alexander, spoke at
length iu favor of Mr. Nellis, asserting
that his nomination would insure victory
to the ticket..
The balloting resulted as follows:
Nellis, 11; Lewis 1 (Mr. Nellis voting
for Mr. Lewis i.
J At hSOX.
Nelhs 12 ; Lewis 7.
Nellis -I ; Lewis 5.
Mr. Nellis was declared nominated,
and Ibe vote made unanimous.
Nominations fir representative fol
lowed, when W. II. Woodward, of Jack
son, was iioniiiiktcd by acclamation,
Mr. Aldi-u nominated F. II. riullips
for representative, which occasioned
considerable debate as to the policy of
putting another candidate in the lield.
Mr. Thistle-wood, ol Alexander, con
sidered it the duty of the Kepuhlicau
party to take advantage of the diihVultics
existing in the Democratic ranks,
Mr. Walker, of Jackson, spoke against
the second candidate, fueling satisfied
that an action ot that character would
have a tendency to uiend the breach in
the Dcinecratie ranks.
Mr. Alden ottered a resolution that a
second candidal! tor representative be
Pen ling the resolution thp Hon. M. I.
Inseore, although not a member of the
convention, spoke enthusiastically ii fa
vor of a second candidate, and adroitly
sandwiched the name of John A. Logan
in his speech, w Inch caused a storm ot
applause and loud calls tor the question.
A vote being taken on the resolution,
it was unanimously adopted,
Mr. J. P. Hobarts, T. 11. Phillips, A.
N. Dougherty, ud M. M. Thompson
were put in nomination for representa
tive.. (Ill the second ballot 'V. II. Phillips, of
I'nion, was nominated.
The convention then ailjouriud.
Loud calls were made for John J.
Hird, but owing to the early departure ol
the Cairo train he did not respond.
The following colored cltiens accom
panied Mr. Hird: John tiladney, C. II.
O'Hryan, P. Taylor, W. Wims and W.
Ucfore adjournment the following sena
torial committee was appointed:
Col. McKcaig, A. J. Alden, L. It.
Messrs. Thistlewood, Patier and
C. X. Hughes ot Alexander acted as
HERE YOU HAVE If
Always Hie liteapekl ! Always I lie
tuit keal'.! Always Ileal !!!
Buy your tickets via the Cairo and
Vincciines railroad, and get the benclit of
tlm following very low rates :
Xew York $l! 00
Philadelphia 17 7"
Baltimore 17 f.O
Washington 17 50
F. A. Mil l ticn. Pass. Agt.
Caiko, August loth, 170. 8-U-Jt
Lyon's Katiiaikon makes beautifu
tfloasy, luxuriant hair; prevepU Its fall
ing out or turning gray. Jt has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
W'aH riKI'AltTVBRT TtlVn lltro
Auk. U, ls7i;
I A no v s
STATIC. OW WATKR. C HANOI.
I n' r. in.
csim pi a 7"
I'lttslnirir :l i, i j;
t'inrinnnti 7 II i
txiiiHrillR in .
Nieihville I li 4 -
wt. Iiin ! i.i i ,,
l-vsnsvllle ii ti
Meiiiilim l.l lii
Vlrkshlirn J j", i J
New Orleans 7 .
Ik-low hlph w alernf I it I
I A MF.S W ATMN,
Sel'tfeatit, Siitnul .service. I . ,H. A.
A I! Kl VKII.
Sit aincr James Fisk, Padm-ah.
" Mollie Moore. St. Louis.
" Bee and barges, Xew Orleans.
" tin y Hound, tow, . liver.
" Lila-rty No. J, low, Ohio river.
' Arlington, I im innati.
" J unes D. Parker, Ciru innnti.
I'l C.Utl Kli.
Sl inner James Fi.-k, Piiducah.
' Mollie Moore, New Orleans.
l.rey Hound, tow, Shot well-'.
" Bee and barge, St. I.oui-.
" Liberty No. :i. tow. St. Louis.
" Arlington, New Orleans.
" J line-' D. Piirker, McinpliH.
Diver Hiram Hill w ill go to the wrei k
of the Cleburne, ticiir Shawm etown, 011
Saturday, with the wrecking boat, Char
Mr. I rank Dean, n cou-in of Dean,
of the St. Charles Hotel, is in the ollice
of the Mollie Moore this trip.
The tug ( ache, wa raised out of the
water by the apparatus of the wrecking
boat Charley Hill yesterday, preparatory
to having her wheel repaired, and being
The signal observer here, tells us
that he has ran out of the circulars upon
which he makes his reports, nnd until
tin government sees lit to furni-h htm
with another stock, we w ill have to sus
pend the publication of them.
Diver Hiram Hill succeeded in raid
ing the sunken pile driver nt the mouth
of the Ohio with his wrecking boat Char
ley Hill, on Tui sday. The apparatus Is
on board one of the Mississippi Central
cars, and will go into the shop ln.-re for
The little steamboat Freddie, was
sold at auction by Deputy L'nitcd States
Marshal Saup yesterday. Walker and
Nellis bought her for one hundred and
The (irey Hound and tow passed up
The James Howard is loading at St.
Louis lor XewOrleans, preparatory into
going in the- Memphis and New Orleans
The Southern Belle, which boat w as
built for the New Orleans n.i ""--
us uue irom l.ouis ille hist night. She
had awaiting her here about 00 tons of
lreightfor Xew Orleans, ('apt. McLl
roy is in command.
The Arlington came down trom Cin
cinnati with a good trip for New Or
leans. She added about 20 tons here and
is to get 1.5(h) sacks corn below.
Captain Bob Wie and the James D.
Parker were here yesterday. They did
mi:( 1 ti. None I N.
Southern Iitriit of Illinois ss. At Cairo the
til ilay 01 A ti trust, A. I. IS'1-.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of
h s appointment as a--i;iiVe of W:it-nii Jt.
Kockwell, latent Cairo, in the t'oimtv of
Alexander and M it- ol Illinois, ithiii said
district, w ho lias been ioIiuucI tiaiikrupt
upon hN own petition hv Hie iliMriet court
01 aid distrii t, (ilji Uilii: FIsllKK,
Atirf 17d:iw As-i-'iiee,
V., I. liiinkel'M lliller Wine uf Iron
has never bet 11 known to fail in the cure of
weakness, alteuded with s luptoins ; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, tlilli-i-ulty
01 breathing, v'cneral weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous treintiliiv-'. dread
ful liorrorof ilealli, ni-lit sweat-, coll Ii el,
weakness, Uiuuiess of vision, latiL'iior, uni
versal lassitudi! ot the muscular s .-tern,
euolliliius appetite with ityspcptii symp
turns, hot hands, ll.ohiie.' ol'lho holy, dry-lii-vs
ol the skin, iiilliil coiiiilt'li.ii.i uiid
el uitiolis mi the l.o e, piii itun; Ihe lilonil,
puiu in tin: hack, heaMOess ol Hie eyelids,
frequent lilack spots tl i -? befni e the ejes
Willi temporary sutlisioii and lo-s of si'lit,
want ot attention, ed-. Tliee syniptoins
all srise from a weal-iies, ami t-i remedy
that, iim Y.. V. Kuiikel's Potter Wiue e'f
li-in. It never tail-, 'i'lioa-.nels urc now
enjoy 1114 health who have tiseil it. 'take
only K. V. Kimkcl's.
Hrwai'it of counlcrfi-its and ha-o imita
tions. A Kunkel's Hitter Wine of lion 1-,
so well khoin all over the country, ilruu'
plhts themselves muke hii linitation mi l 1 1 y
to sell it oifto their customei , when they
call for Kunkel'k Hitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's Hitter Wiuo of Iron is jmt up
only in ft bottles, and has n yellow rapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photoL'ispli on the wrapper ot
each bottle. Always look for thn photo-
fTaph on Ihe outside, und you w ill always
ie mho to get the genuine. Hie dollar Ju l
bottle, or aix for s-olti by ilrugisu ami
a-alcra evei vwhere
Aid. WIlKMS KKMOVKl) A1.IVK.
K. F. Kunkel's Worm syi;ui never fails
to destroy Pin Seat and (Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kuiikel, the only sueeessiul physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, und 110 fee until removed.
Common senso teaches that il Tape Worm
be leuioveil, all other worms can be readily
de-troved. Send lor ciivulur to lr. Kuu
kel. Nil. -J.'i!) North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or ell 011 your druggist and uk
for a tiottld of KunUel's Worm Srnp.
Price, i I .oil. It never latls.
Will, of eoure, wish to aee nil the sights
coiufortitbly ami chea'ty. To this end the
CANADA Sill THKKN K'Y COMPANY
has, tli rough its lonucctioiia in the Wes
and Northwest, placed ou sale a large
number of Torniisis' Km i iisIo.n Tickkts
at greatly reduced rates, by w hich passen
ger can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition nt Philadelphia, but etui, in addit
ion, isit the principal eatlern cities, w it li an
opportunity of Mopping ut any ol the great
number of famous resorts in New York
aud Pennsylvania. The CANADA Ml' 1,11
EUN is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Fulls, giting liassen
gets, from the train, it won lel till ''iU-ot.1t.1i ;
uw ol the MltailY CATAKAtT,
HOUSE-SIIOK FALL, tho CHEAT
KAPIDS uud lauding them directly ut the
Fulls. Tho track of the CANADA SoCill
EHN is an air line, laid with ttet l ruils o
the heaviest pattern ; there ure no curves
or grades; wood is used lor fuel; Coaches
r turn Used with the Wim-hell Pmtut
VeiitUittor, enurirtf pictect, freedom from
dUbt.' TTfth its complete ivstcni of mugtiif-
eentl'AUI.OK SLEEPINU AM) DIUW
ISO BOOM CAIt-s from UltCAOO
I'KTUOIT AM) T11I.EIK), and Its ailnnr
able connections at MAUAKA FALLS
AM) HI FFALO with tho NEW YOUK
f ENTRAL AND EUIB HAILWAYS, the
Cunda Southern Is fat becotniiir; thp
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Ti, kets
. la this popular line can he procured at al
otlicesof Rnnncrtlng lines, or nt the com
pany'sow n ollices.
Any inlornutliin en be obtained bv nd
UrcsMiig If' RANK E. s-.('V
ii I Pus, and 'ticket Aij't. DniKi-tr.
Hon To Mnkr Mdiip,
We will state that the surest, best nnd
senliet wv to multiply uud Increase"
in to call nt No. li all Mreet. New oik,
ami consult with Alex Frothinghain A Co.
Tlie-o gentlemen, w ho have lorn; been
Idetitilieil with the hMory and allnirs of
all street, ion unusually skilled in mnm
tary all ilrs, and hi every t'hiinr api.crl jining
to speculation, are uut-M-clicil fur abililv
and p:oicicnc. Il may ul,o be nai.l thai
ot the many Rrokcrs in thai city they nre
not only the neet tiOuiar, but aNu Hie
mo-t sin s-ltil, bc-t j-;itroiiiei, anil most
wi.b-lv known in or mar the vieiniiv of
all .street. 1
Anions ti u-loniers of the hon-o of
Ale I rothinghaiu A- ;o., are some o our
leU'ting an-t representative ciltcns, who
Hie mainly lie), btcil to the labors of this
linn tor inu.-h of the wealth they now enjov.
Diirin-' tho long met suc e.-fnl rpe"r-ii-in-e
of Messr-., Abx. Krothingliam A Co.,
in this eity they leiveeaincil for t heiii-l, es
1111 enviable repiit-itinn for honesty, hiii--rity
aiel faith, and enjoy .1 tiii-iiic. ;ilino,t
colossal in It proportions. n faet, the
amount of husiiip ilone by this hoii-c in
the course of a ear is sonii thing wonder
ful, and olteii ImIuis the mihicct of c.m-
nteht. It 1 Is but a i -1 f to their sprn-fi ti
r ltices in W'.n'l stn-ctto prove the tiutli of
lie hboe stateiiieiit.
Mow they tnairi.'e f.i c.mveil ti) to .'u,
t t-i f:i, ;! int.) s-'-U, and m i.ii. I-- a
secret w lie li they alone can explain; but
thai .they sui'.-eed in lining so is a I act t-.o
well known l Hihnil of ilottbt. If vou
wou.'d safely nn-l pioiilably inve-l vour
mom y, ,i iit hritate to fivor thi-'lirni
w ith M.iire.-eli and eonii leni e. Thatbv so
doing j oil will ro.-i an abundant row aid,
the experience ot tliou-nmts ot our best
citizens llttest. The lleci ssily of t:ik iIilt
such a course in these times of to'tering
banks and liuaticisl strin:rcncy 111 11 t. be ap
parent to the luort iiiditl'creiit uud careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothinglinui A Co.. are
prepared to invest money to any amount in
the be-t securities, and in every transac
tion in which they may be ( -iiga'ited iriltir
antee entirn satisfaeiinn totho-e w ho honor
them willi their patronage.
J iTSeiiit for their Exi-linHtory Circular
ami Weekly Reports, which thev mail free
to all who deire t'leui. -.., A'. )'. .IA-
enj l,r, .)ird lh, ..U. T-lS-eodihii
Fifty cents, at Winter's fJallerv.
J!y viiliie cf nn exeeulioii to lue iliiectt-l by
the eleik of the circuit court ef AleXan-ler
emmty, in the Mate of I Ilinois, in favor ol l-.l-
len w alsli anl iigiiuist liei'ieinl Miiyth, I have
le ie t iin,n the lolh'Wing ilescrilie'-t pni riv,
111 this county of AlexumU-r ami .state ol lUi
leiiM, to-u it i
Lots numbered twelve (li) and thirteen (1!) in
lilock iiumlicre-l two (J); the uudlvele'oiie.iul
('a)of lot nuinlMTisl eiuiit (s) in block mini-la-red
t wrnty-.-cven liTij Ihe undivided one-half
('.-) of lots iiiunbereil seventeen (17) and eigh
teen (I) in block nuniliered llurly ('."), all in
Hit city ol tuiro, county of Alexander und state
ol Illinois. Ali lot uuinla-ied seven (71 in
block numbered twenty-six Ud), lot uiinihi-reil
three ( i) in block numbered lorty-live (I ), lot
numlH-red thirty-seven ( i7) iu block numbered
f rly-seven ( 17), lot numU-red ten (In) in block
teres in ami to lot nuinlierej eigTiMVin "'block
lUlliiliered elghleei, (I-), locellier wilh Ihe
biiihlingsnnd iui,iovoiueiiH Hitualed thereon
all twill lu-l inenlione. lots and blocks beimr n
uaied 111 the ilrst leldition to the cil v ol I ansi, i
Hie county 01 Alexander and Mule of Illinois, hm
the ooi.crly of the suid lle.rn-u-il s,nv,i.
t sumo ouei al iuoiic sale ui ine souin- west iioor
ol the l our! Mouse 111 the cil v of I airo. in tin-
county of Ali xani'.er und Male ol Illinois on the
JIth ilay ot Augu.-I, A. 1 l-,n, at the Inur o
eleven o'clock, a 111. , lor ( a-h, to sali-t t-aid
eveeutloli. AI.KA. II Il.'VI.V,
, Sln-rilf f Alexander County, III
fair.., Ills. . Aui!ill sili J7.. il-id
Sin-rill' a Kttle.
Jty virtue of an execution to me ilirecteil
by ihe Clerk of the circuit Court of Alex
Hmiei county, 111 me .Mate 01 Illinois, in
favor ot Kernard McManus and UL'ainst
.liiuics A. Fry, I have levied upon the fol
low ing described prnpei ly, in First Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in ihe County of
.xiexanuer ami .m lie 01 Illinois, 10-wit :
All of the riuhl. title ami interest of said
James a. Fry iu and to lot numbered thir
teen (1.1) 111 block numbered forty-seven (47)
w hicli I shall oiler ut pjblii sale at the
South-wT-t door ol the Court House in the
City ot Cairo, iu the ('otintv of Alexander
and Hate ol Illinois, on the litlli day ot Oc
tober, A. 1)., l.sTU, ut the hour of eleven
o clock, A. .M., lor cash, tj tcttisfv aaid es
edition. Al.tix. 11. Iitvix,
Slicrilf of Alexander t ountv, Iiliuois.
airo, I lis., July fj, lSTii, ' otd
Slierlll s Kale.
l'y ii lue of nil execution t me iliiecled by
Ihe clerk ol Ihe circuit court of Wacnc
coiml), 111 Ihe Male n Illinois, 01 lavorof Wil
liam vhai Her ami against l-.lleu 1 run-talc, 1 hae
le H'd 1 1 1 1 1 Ihe lolloU'iiej ileicri In , UOierl.V,
in lliisc.untv of Alexander and stale ol lUinoi-i,
l.ols nuiola-red one (I), two (), three ;),
fur (I), live ( '., mx (i'. sivi-n (.) :onl eight
all in bl-x k iiiiiiiIh rml leu (I"), in Ihe Kurd ml
lit ion to the cil v ol 1 airo, in Ihe county of Alex
ander aud statcol Iiliuois, as tin-pniiirl of tlu
said I. lieu I lun-ilale, u lii. h I sh ill mleral mblic
salcal the south west itoorol the I 0111 1 Miiu-e
in the eily of aim, ill Ihe coulv of MeXulliler
uud siate of Illinois on the :',l lh day of UMi-t,
A Ii , l-7e, al the hour ol'le en o'clock, a. in ,
fori iisii, to fatislv said execution.
Al K. If. IUV1N.
Mieriil" Alexuiiili r County, III-
airo. Ills-, Aug. Mh, l-;.i. d-td
M. J. HOWLEY,
h ii In kill
Ofiico in Cross Cuilding-.
li-v l.v iermi.i-iou lo A. fl. Saii.ud, t a h
Vier I il v Nuttoiial i'.auk, uml llmi, I . Itmss,
I'l'csideiit Alexander CoiuilN liant.
Aug. hi If
JAMES T. SMITn & CO.,
H, liiiliuii Aveiiu, Iiickko III.
Ice for sale by the car load, packed iugood
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNO WOMEN,
Ih giiis ils Il'ith year hept. I.'lth. Faculty
niim'icrs al, Magiilliceiil buildings, gener
ous table. '1 borough ciur-e in Fnglidi,
Science, Classics, and Modern Languages.
I'lisiirpassed advanluges for music ami art.
Address tho I'resilalit, Kev
Moore, 1. II , Cincinnati, O.
ar Old "Yankee Doodle."
It tmgt In (h hearts of tha BMplef Oiif boyt
lav wtnsticd it, ourairlt hav tang and plated it
ur thinly men hat marched is it, and aohjvt
1 1" Picturt-a arand and masterly production of art
i..' ?"Jr-;- '"wl'"aralernt KlemariJ
fall, at Philadelphia, and it daily admired bylhoui
indt. Thtcopylt fina chroaio. ami alwuid adon
lit aalliof coiry American heme.
If aol lound with your fluura Ialar, tend row
irdar t flit auMUhar, '
f RJCE-Bi mall, 3.u0 atauabd raad; far baai
ft v tTT. iTs,
In all 1 l,fir Ii-ianmenM
CouiiiiencinK- May 1st, 1878.
Rich Black Silks
I he Most Celebrated I.Von! frfinnia,
l l -2r, H,su.-ed from l ,
A I l .Ml lieilu, ml mini !,
At l TI lo-iliiee.l I'nou 't S."i,
At iS'i Oil l'.edni-ed 110111 Ci .10,
Phis Colcrd ii Fancy Sills:
At fMIr Kcdiinil rrom HI l-J,
Al Kl OO Itedinv.l Iron tl 'JV,
At Kl -!. Itishu-ed from Kl 50,
At XI OO keiluceil from HI ml.
i:iw mum u im
In I'umel'ri Huir, Cheviots, ami IKunuKsoen, Ke
diHvd to '. 1, sa, -in cent $ I, from IJ',
l M, 1 " and $2 i.
Popular Dress Goods
In New and r ashionntile Fabrics und Colors, of
1'Jc. t!edueed from lHc;
lie Reduced from li.Vej
a Jo Itisluceil from SOc;
S-li Uediioed from 7c;
30c, f iirmer price SOctoSflc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At Js"i, and flJI, Formerly SoM at f Jon,
'"1 uud J -ii.
Slid- and Scirlsi Stella Shawls
Al iV; $C uud J'W
liediiced from Jf 'sl, i and JS"-,
LLAHA, OTTOMAN & mm WIS
At I .' to l'i Iteduceil ii-uiii! tos.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Ijite-it I'uris Si vies from 10 t'pwitrils, eni
brm iiiif Ihechohvst novelties at
KNOKMiit'S RKIU CTtONS,
Ladies' aad Childrens Underwear
An I.I.IUCU-.U Murk of Mj.I limlllilul and
I'Kf.l AI'I.K tiOOOS
Allal t-ry t-r.-al Induction.
I. i l'.cs', Cliildi'i-u's and Gontleiucn'
Ihrlhi-I l iurlish. French and Herman li.ioile,
All M. 0 ken ul Lowest I'ossihlc I'ruea,
Vrn tli.iS'.lltrlit ttt,i-l,..t uill, 11. a b.iafr
U'oods ut tli,. lowest iuckai;e (irieoa. beau
tiful Ainciicin I'litus ut ,'ic. aud tic. per
vara; siauu nii 4 4 iiicu.-heu ooiit at lou ;
l.iin-dile sliirlies at loc; New York
.Mills. IJ'i ; and .'1 4 sh.'t lieirs at l'.'Je.
tasis aks c:e:?. mm
In :i'l the Various firades, atUarguiu.
(Which we kcci at the Grand Street tor
only), we ure otleiitii; Kii-,'!i.sll and Amtri-
cuu tupertrira ut f, lotuirr rice f I in;
body linis.rl- al l .'si. loraier irice 1 mi;
ull-uool ln-raiii ul ,11c , loiuier juice, hoc;
three lly inrau al 1 i loiuucr puce,
tfl ISO; oiUlotlm al -W. lo .Uc-; lurnicr
1 rice, auc. to .c.
Sainiilea of xoods, and cataloi'tea of U-
ibe.' aud niise' uil aud luuilin under
wear, aud iulauu' outnta, elit Ireeof charge
to ad aectiolia of tli I UUoU Miitrt.
Kulei for H-lf-ineaaureinf nt at ut on apjili
cat ou to all (lurta ot the couutry.
ordcre for Kood of all kind will l rare-
fuily attended to, und tlm Kooda pttckeil
and lor warded without charge. jaAO-wnt
Broadway and Tweotieth Street
6rand and Christie $tt.,H. V.