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J. G. LYHOH'B '
Real Estate Column
A It-wider county lands, Cairo Jots,
cliMfft for St. Loula property.
i ;y FOB BALK.
The uUi hall of the "Pilot" liouao at
bargain. , .
Good two story brick atore roo6i on
I nntn rclnl avenue between Kk-vi-nth
and Twelfth. 4
First floor of brick dwelling rorner
,Nlntetuth and l'oplar directs.
, ftalwin and flxtoris, southwest cii
?r Klghtwhth utrw-t and Commercial
iveiiue, at a bnrguln.
Cottajre on Twelfth strert, went ot
'oinmcrdul avenue, $10.
Dwelling I too; on JroM fttreut, wm
ill Washington avenue.
'I' wo.l)iisin'B lioiifos on Livc lrcft,
nlve blglitti, $20 caeli.
A gwl cottage on Twenty-Ninth
tret-t, near Corninen i.il avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 root as on Twenty-third
d reef, and Holbrook avenue $0. tiwul
yard and (.-intern. - -
SUre-rooin rorner Twenlietli and
tjdar stnset, f 13 GO.
1 Htore rwMii adjoining nlxive,
l.'p flairs of ouse on Commercial av
enue, near 10t! btreet. SultaMo for
tmslnesA and 1 welling, $5.
Tenement numbered H and '.,
W inter' Itow, 6 room eaeh for $10
er month. Will l tmt In Hrt-rl:t-s
Orphan Asylum building and preini
et. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
.Wellington avenue $12 a month.
Rooms In various parU ot the city.
FOK LEASE OR SALK.
Land.', la tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Parish School Notice
Tbe. next term of tlie I'arrah School
will begiii Monday, September 4ib. and
continue In sesnion sixteen weeki. Twins,
Eight Dollars lor the nestion, or rifty
tints per week aLwav-i pay abi.a: ix
advaxck. There will be no extra ebargei
for any study except for the study of
louaic For Instruction lu vocal aud in
ttrutueatal music, the valuable services of
lira. Q. W. Henderson have beeu secured.
Tbe success of tbe school has beeu su h
that the 1 tec tor deem it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupil can
be accommodated. He will receive tho-e
who apply first for admission. He prom
ises to all thorough Instruction iu the
common English atudies, in the higher
mathematics, the natural sck-nceit, and
also in Latin ami Creek. ,
t'RARLKft A. Gilbkjii,
S-lOd-lu " ' " ' ' Rector.
a,aaaor swadi rtaMUaara far VmIi. f lteit.
mm Bstoro Stolal aa ara .
I will from this date sell leather aud
findings cheaper than ever beiore offered
Beat dJidnuatl oak aole... . I0ot.ttj
iloward' best slaughter
leaUier Z loM "
A II other leather and lindinys in ro
portiou. No. 'M Cominercial avenut;, te
tween FUtlt and Wtth'sUeeU, Cairo, IUI
tioi. ' Bos arxt shuea mada'up la tlie
'latest 1sty1c7 ami of the bet material aud
good worktu&ashlp.'' Bota aiitd shoes at
reduced prices. And only the, Uw liet
Ht. Ixxiis cUhUun-made and my own
make of boots and shoes wit! be ftotd. .
S-lS-tf Koch. .
isil I T Watrk. t u.
OtBcej corner Eight street and 'on
iiierelal ' aveuite, in'' IWnera ' builJiiiif,
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawl, ctcM
cleaned and dyed to any ahade or color.
(JentlcDien's clothing dyed, cleanixL rc
paired aud put lu thorough order. Satis
faittion xuarautecd. t )
H-K-dlm V. Semens A Co. i
tim aa (ka awSiUaia mt 7lrala
by the Atchison, Toieka and Sartta Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansju City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to l'ucblo, Colora.
do Spring, Id Norte, Trinidail, .Santa
Fo and all pomts in Colorado, Kew
Mexico aud Arizona. Special round
trip tii kcts to Ienver, only $.MJ, allowing
Ftop-nfl privileges both ways on tho
main line, aud at Colorado Springs
Man Hon and Tike's 1'euk. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman i'alace Sleeping Curs between
theMisaouri lUver.and Rocky aloun
tains, without chaugc. I'lose connee
tious made at l'ueblo witii train for
Itcnvcr and Northern (kilorailo.
For mans, time tables and the 'San
Juan Guide," address,
T. .1. Avpm,
Urn. Pass. Agt.,
71Stf TOI'BKA, Ka.n.
We will deliver our liest lump coal on
i and V. R. R. truck in Cairo nt $:) ver
car loud of (
ThUconl has no si hkkiou for grates
and household uses generally.
Adtlres all orders lor coal lo
Jauks A. Viall & Co.,
Singlecord v. W
Five nl lots..... 3 25
coal paradise and bio mgpoy :
Single ton '. 'i
Three 3 25
Five ' 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kiudling on band
by . C VY. YVhkklkr A Co.
Ahst 4 2m '
This oooular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington aveuue, b) open to
the public. The, Par is supplied with
pur winea, cholc liquors and the linest
hraadjcf clgari.., '
S-36-tf Jos. Ron t ma, Frop'r.
We arc authorited to annonnee JOHN II.
KOItlNMlN M candidate for HhfTifl of Alaa
amler oaanty. at Um eomlaf aauity election.
W e araauftortaed taanaoaaoe that R. A. M-
mundaoa la an iB'trprailatit Heptiblicaa candi
dal lor sheriff, at Uw eaaulnit county election.
We are aiithonard to announce I'KTEK 8 A CP,
for an Inik-iipndent candidate for Mwrilfof Al
viaaifarcouuty, at the ensuing county tlo tion.
Ktiiroa 1Jei.LBtiN! I'IM announce that I
am a randldatefor the nMr of NUte Attorney
lor Al-nniler county at th Kowmlier elec
tion. Wm. C. Milkicv.
KATFJ OF AtfVERTIftlNU.
tf-All bills fur advertUnnS', are due and pay
able IN AUVAMCa
Tramdcnt advertlaing will be lum-tiid at th
rate of (1 W peraquara for the Cm I iniwrliuii
and 6" n nU fur each uliH)uiit one A lilwral
discount will be made on standing and 1Ih,I
for Inwrtin Kuneral notice at mi Nc,;m. of
meeting of aoeJHiei or secret order ci'tibi for
av:h lnrl ion -
Clitirrh, Hociely, tival and H'! r notici-a
Will only lie inserted an adTirtiwiiicnt
No advertittrnumt will be reiTel at Uian
M tt-nta, and ho a'lvertiw mi nt will tie lnnertt
for lDtlmn ttirec dollar ier mouth
awjrp j. Local Buaineaa Noticea, of
Jffi .ten line or more, lnnnrte'l
' In the Bulletin aa followa :
Commence. Counting at tn I.inea.
One inaertlon par line ft Centa
Iw lnaartlona per Una - 7 Centa
Three lnaertiona per linn. 10 Centa
Six lnaertiona per Una 16 Centa
Two week) per line 25 Centa
One month per Una ...36 Centa
No Roduction will b mad In above
tCfrj ASi;.I.ON t-ODOK, NO. 61.
" Kiii(rlil of rythias, nu U every Kri
r .c day lutftit at lmll-uuH aven, in Odd-
I rella" llall. lloK,
I ''Oir banuellor tXiiunmuaer.
.-ii ALEXANDER f.ODOK,
- l'dejriilnil rteT of
ijfTV Jf 1iui!, iwvtri every Thura
Tlm at lihlf-iiant wren, in the
ALEXANDER f.ODOK, NO. it!4.
- iiant wren . in their halloa
V.niui.r. il aveuue, betwn n .ixth n) Seventh
tf'-eti N A. Imiaiil, N li
'IVIItO KNCAMI'MKNT, f O 0.r..li.eeta
M I-..iiw' ll.ill ou lh flrDtantl third
I neadny in every Hi.inUi, at half-past neven
A. CuMiaow, C P
a CAIRO I.OIME. NO. ZT.A.r. A A. M.
Hold regular eomnianicatiorta in Ata
TST nii: Hall, ooiix-r Commercial aveuue
' nud Eirhtb itrw t. on Uie aecoud and
.mnb alunday of each moiilb.
WEUNESUAV. A IG 1ST 23. 187C.
Laeal Heather Bteparu
Caiao, ILL., Auk.
VBL. ; WltT.
J AMKA WATSON,
S.rk'eant. Signal Service, I'. 8. A.
Circuit court beina one week from
Mr. James Gordenaud Mile ol Sparta,
paid cairo a visit yesterday.
Mr. Linear will make a Tildcn and
llemlrit ks rpcech at Fulton, Ktiitucky,
The Church of the Redeemer U recciv
iug a new coat of paait at tho haul-: of
1$. F. Make Co.
Go to R. Joues. fashionable boot and
nhoo maker, Athenenui building, fur the
Centcuniat boot. ' R-1H.t
Mis Delia Arnaut of l'aducah, Is
viitlnff at tbe residence of Mr. Samuel
Wilson on Eighteenth street.
Col. Taylor was suddenly called away
from the city, aud went up to his per
manout residence at 5t. IOtiis yesterday
Wc regret to learn that W. F. Pitcher
has been confined to bis residence for Hie
past ten days with a severe alTtictiou ot
The weather heated yesterday, and
there was a fear or two expressed that it
would again become red; but in t lie even
ing it let up a little.
Go to R. Jones, fashionable limit and
shoe maker, Atheneum building, tor the
Centennial boot. S-l'.i fit
Tho business room, Cl Ohio levee.
lately occupied by I. Farubakcr, is va
cant mid for rent. For particulars apply
to Robert Smyth, 72 Ohio levee. tf
Tho very desirable, business room, til
Ohio levee, lately ooctipied by I. Farn
babcr, the clothier. Is for rent. Apply to
Rolx-rt Smyth & Co., 72 Ohio levee, tt
Col. McKcaig bad Jitu HilllU dis
missed from tliu mail servico becauso
Jim's lather threatened to whip him.
The Colonel ought lo 1k ashamed !
Col. Shaver borrows a Bii.ii.iin every
morning and then swears for lllteen miu
utes. lie likes to swear, llo learned to
do it in Canada, where he was a danger
ous mau. ;
Mr. Henry Green, foruuuly with Halli
day Brothers of this city, having joined
the uoble army ot quill drivers, is now
assistant local editor oi the Ste. Geno-
Vleve, Mo., Fair-Play.
.The Rev. Mr. Gilbert lett Cairo yestor
day atternoou for Mound City, Teun..
where be hopes to receive treatment that
will remove au affliction ol tho eyes
with which he ha suflered tor some time
Mr. Jim Mallory, formerly of this
city, and uow on the famous tteauier
James Howard, is paying his many
Irlends In Cairo a short visit, before
taking hi departure lor th south where
he will spend the winter. ,
The Republicans or tbe city are very
luJuatrious-, but Um political resolution
the turulng over ot so many Radicals to
Tilden Is commencing to demoralize
Has. Bab. :Tu. Wnrn.
7am 74 NE
11 " tV . J'i M t V.
tp.n e' Mi
3:1'." rt.o , w e
baud wriUng ou Ut wall, i' .
The advertisement of Col. Shaver and
Mr. McGee as joint disputants on next
Saturday is a trick ol Rev. Jake
liradley to get a big crowd of peoi4e at
his barbecue. Old Jake Is ve'ry smart, If
he is occasionally persecuted lor certain
little mistakes he makes.
' A mong the arrivals at the ( l'lftnters'
yesterday ' wire T, T.'lWtll, (!irbon
dale Ixntls Bi!tkwlttt Jand Thomas
Ueckwith. Wolf Island, Mo. ; Fanbrion
Garblsh, St. Louis ; W. T. Marshall aud
wife, Rig Lake, Mo.; II. Hull", Texas
llcnd; I'hllllp Stautcr, Cleveland, Ohio. (
Mr. Obcrly makes his lirst cam pa leu
sceeli at Kninghani, on Saturday after
noon next. On the 7th of September he
will address the people of (urlinvlllc.
lie has iMf-n requested to permit a tew
appointments to be made for him iu
The Radical meeting at the court house
la-t night was well attended by negro
woman and children. A doen of while
Radicals oceuplM the Meats' nrottnd tiie
speaker's stain!, while the eoloretl men
took back seats. The rpi-eeli was ol the
usual bloody-shlrt order. . .
K I'.'rm In tho post ollice department I
necessary. The post ollices arc being
used by the civil nervico relormer Ilaye.
Kverj citizen who goes to the Cain) post
oltiee is handed by a post otb! ele k a
copy of .Senator Morton's laU tiloody
sliirt speech. o po-tage is paid on
these pamphlets. How is this? We
thought the Hanking privilege had lH'CIl
Albert Jones, ii young colored mau,
was arrested by Cl.iet of Folice (ios'man
yesterday morning, charged with steal
ing ti ft ecu dollars and a pair of shoes
from a darkey named Henry c hildew,
Jones was given a hearing before Judge
Bross in the county court yesterday, aud
held to bail in the Kiim ol live hundred
dollars to answer the charge at the next
term of the circuit court, lie went to
11 Mr. Noe, who met death defending
his property from burglars, had been
armed, he would now be alive. The
bravest man unarmed is not wise iu at
tacking a burglar. So ocople ot good
constitution do not act with prudence in
allowing tbe assaults of flight disease
without help of science. The best con
stitution will be broken dowu by taking
cold repeatedly, when prompt use Ot
Hall's Balsam would preserve its vigor
unimpaired. Sol J by all druggists.
I'rice, f 1 00 per bottle.
When Col. Shaver opens.hig oratorical
batteries at the Elm grove, on Saturday
next, look out tor fearful work. He will
annihilate young McGee it be can; but
McGee, In a confident way peculiar to
youth, expresses his ability to get away
with the colonel without difficulty. A
friend ol McGee'a also expraaaea Uut t
liet that Mac can more than bold his own
with the gentleman from Canada. He
says that Shaver is a twelve ioundcr
loaded with a musket cartridge a fire
cracker w ith a hundred miles of fuse.
The arrivals at the St. Charles yester
day were J. K. Beck, Union City; Miss
A. M. Connor, Wenona, Miss.; V.
O'Bryan, John G. IVuidexter, Vaoo,
Miss.;C. II. Norris, Marion, Oliio; T.
Kly, Memphis; Hanicl Dolshiemer, New
Orleans; 10. I,. Briggs, St. Louis; James
Gordan and wife, Sparta; W. W. Lyons
and Frank M. Lock, St. Louis; John M.
Davis and George J. Xeedaui, Cliicago;
John Baker, New Orleans; John G.
Mann, Jackson, Tcnn; W. H. Wood
bridge, Blodget, Mo.; A. Ilandolplt,' Bos
ton; A. 1. Morebead, New Orleans.
The Republicans of this city are circu
lating the Ptory that tour negroes of this
city were oflered $2,000 if they would
organize a colored Tilden and Hendricks
club, and that the offer was indignantly
refused. Virtuous and incorruptible black
nun! Wealthy aud corrupting Iemo
crats ! Was there ever a more unlikely
story! Why, there has not been $2,mX)
of Democratic money in Lower F.gypt
siucethe tlood ; and just at this moment,
the Democratic party of this part ot Illi
nois, could not buy, and pay cash a cent
a head for a thousand colored or white
voters. F.adi Democrat runs his own
show with his own money here. The
party, as a party, is impecunious.
Money! We have uone in Kgypt. The
2,0110 story Is decidedly gauzy.
Albert Johnson is a Memphis "Mack.
eral," and therefore one of the "boys."
lie has lingered about this city for the
past three months, and has made, the
house of Frank Gordon's his boarding
place, lie his lived very pleasantly
with Frank, only occasionally getting
out of humor aud putting a head on her .
but yesterday morning be gave her a
lure well thumping, llo arose as usual
troui his couch, and going to the diui-ig
room found it vacaut. llo could not
bear the Idea of eating his breakfast
without the . -ccimm 'of (lie IbcauuAd
countenance of Frank, and he went out
to invite her to eat with him; but Frank,
being somewhat under tho influence ot
"nolt corn," as our friend Mr. Linegar
would say, the refused, w hereupon Al
bert got indignant aud proceeded to give
her a pounding. Several of 'the lady In
mates of Frank's bouse roso up, and like
William Allen, begau to blow their
bonis, and protested vigorously against
the outrage and resolved to have the ex
tnackcral arrested, which they did. He
was beiore Justice Comings, ho fined him
ten dollars aud costs. But Albert's
troubles were not yet at au end.
He was culled upon to answer to a'
charge ot vagrancy preferred agaiust him
by the otllcers. He tried very bard to
convince the court that he wag uot a
loafer witho ut visible means of support;
but it. was proven that he al pade, (la
house 'of Frank' Gordon his home tor
several mouths, aud made uo pretensions
to work, which yat .enough . for bit
honor, who was of the optuion that the
only wV to put atopjto sucli proe3l.
give the oflender tbe full extent of the
law, and be put another fine on him of
one hundred dollars and costs, and gave
him a etay of execution provided be
would., teat town within twcnty-louf
lioti ri, "wileh he proml sedtodo.
Probate Cttart-Aacaat ferm, lft?.
Probate Court, Judge F. Rross, pr
siding. ponVcbed on, Mo5dy thornlng.
Tli. ft)fcing badnet iuittnnadled
tip lo thcWjmrrirtii-iitof ort IftA even
ing: lu the matter of the esUteof Nathaniel
Holmes, administrator presented his
proof of publication far tlsj ttjatment
of claims against snld ctaM, 'which, be
ing examined by the coirt, was up
proved and ordered record!.
Bridget Dowd was appobted adminis
tratrix iOf the estate of Pet Dowd upon
filing bond in the sum ol live hundred
dollars. Bond tiled, approa-d and ordered
recorded. OI said estate F. Malinsky,
Ldward Dezonia aud l'atiek Brush were
William J. Milford, abnuii-trator of
tlhM-state'iif JofepH, anutlk'pft-seateil
proof .ot publWation u nothw for the
adjiistiiient of claims, vhieh b ing ex
amined by the court wai approvel and
ordered record U. .
In the matter ol the estate of William
II. Milford, William J. Milford, adminis
trator, made proof of the tfcicpnbJation
of notice for the adjusttient of claims
against said estate, which was approved
and ordered of record.
lu an action of assumpsit against the
estate of Joepli Straus, John llodgef,
elaituatit, was ullowed Die sum ol $4 .Ti,
as a seventh class t laiia, to he paid in
due course of admiuis'ration.
.Mihs Cauble prt.nleil his claim
against the estate of .Moses Hudson, de
ceased, for the tim of $2H OS, which btv
ing nimitted by James E. MH 'rtte, sul
mio strator. was aljoned as a seventh
clas claiui, and ordered to be paid indue
course of administration.
M..I. Mc Gauley, administrator of tbe
estate of A. W. Oneil, deceased, pre
sentl proof of publicat'oti of notice for
the aljustment of claims agaiust said es
tate, which being examined by the court
was approved and ordered of record,
and the following claims allowed : Wil
liam G. Carey, assumpsit, demand
S42JO, as of first class claim. Michael J.
McCauley, assumpsit, demand, $.0,C3.
A B. Davis presented his claim lu
an a.-tiou of assumpsit, against the estate
of .'oseph Straubt, for $27,75. and tlie
coue having heard the proof iu the cafe,
and tbe administrator having admitted
tbe correctness of tbe claim, It was or
dertd by the court to be allowed, as ot
seventh class claim. And also Barney
McMannus presented bis claim against
the same estate in the same action for
$il,85, and the same ordered entered as
In the estate of Moses Hutson, de
ceased, James E. McCrites, administra
tor, Henry Douglas brought an action
of B&uataaU.lMuan4 SUua.4toaC bttag
heard, and the claim being admitted by
the administrator, same was allowed as
of seventh class.
Henry Hacker brought same action for
a claim ot twenty dollars and a like or
der entered as above.
In the matter of the guardianship of
Mtry E. and Margaret R. Mitchell, James
E.McCrite, guardian, tiled his report as
sum guardian, which was approved ami
ordered recorded, and the balance in his
baids, twelve dollars and eighty-one
ceits, ordered to be paid over to Ihe
grindmother of said heirs, and that upon
t hi said guardian tiling receipt for the
sane, be be discharged from further lia
bilities as such guardian. I -
Ilia lollo wing i cases appear on tlie
drcket undisposed of: j
In the matter ot tbe guardianship pf
the minor heirs ot Jobu Broderick, dc
eetsed, John C. Crowley, guardian; cita
tiu to report continued generally Irolu
l:et term. ' -!
In the matter of the guardianship of tbe
minor heirs of Daniel Ityan, deceased :
citation to report continued generally
from last term. .
In the matter of the guardianship of
the minor heirs of John Weaver, de
ceased, Jacob Light, guardian, new bond
required. Continued from la.-.t term.
lu tbe matter of the estate of W. C.
Scholield, deceased, John B. Thillis, ad
ministrator; continued by agreement
from last term for filing receipts of
widow i Mid guardian.
W. G. Carry, ngaiie-t the estate of
Joshua J. Gates, deceased; assumpsit.
Demand, forty-two dollars aud ten centa.
Continued from last term. i
Henry Weiuieger, against the estate 01
Jolui Sullivan, deceased : assumpsit. I M -
maud, liity-eight dollars and ten i nm.
Continued from hut term for proof.
A War IUhI Mill Involva ike Sirrat
I'ltHcr id Kurape It ill il II it ell t
Should Enclaud. Russia, 1'russia,
Austria, Fiance and Turkey become in
volved in a general war, as appearances
at present atrougly indicate, it will eajl
from the Held and workshops tb" unem
ployed reserves of each of those i couu
tries. What will be tla; consequence:1
The war will be long ami bloody, and
tlie drafts made upon the laboring classes
for soldiers will ttop the busy bum of the
workshops and paralyze the agricultural
interest ot Europe. Tbeu will the
rich granaries ol our northwest be
opened aud our sereals com maud fabul
ous prices. Manufacturing Industries
awakened, and our half milliou of skilled
American artizans find employment hi
the Industrial establishments ot the coun
try aud gold from our European neigh
bors will pour rapidly luto the laps ol
our deserving and patriotic w citizens.
Mauy of them will then forever regret
they permitted the splendid opportunity
to pass without visiting that grandest of
triumphs, our Centennial.
Never before lias the great Fort Wayne
tt Pennsylvania 'railway dfllrad such
Inducements to tbe traveling public. The
uperb light), the glittering Una . of
double atal rail tracks, the magnificent
palatial cars trom which the Centennial
visitor can view the scene ot our conn.
try's early itnigjrle, running through
the flcld of Barddock's defeat, and wind
ing over the ranges of the Alleghanlcs,
enjoying a sunrise on the famous
horae-nhoe carve, and lor hundreds ol
ndles pusing in the midst of scenery, so
startlmgty grand, charmingly beautiful
and picturesque sublime, as to baffle the
descriptive powers ol tho most graphic
pen-ptcttire correspondent, or tbe enthu
siastic landscape portrayer in oil and
colon, slrowing tbe well defined evi
dence In the creation ot masterly grand
eur of tho Supreme Architect of the
universe, which So plentifully abounds
upon Uie line of the railways of America,
the Great Fort Wayne and Pennsylvania,
Descriptive and elegantly Illustrated
guides ol over fifty pages, may be bad
frea, by writing to the General Office,
No. (55 Clark Street, Chicago.
OetraaerNlle Rartm-a at Fnlloa,
Hy-ilauraday, Aasuat-il, l?tt.
Traill leavea Cairo by tho N. O. St-
L. &C. R. R. at 5 n.m. .Returning ar
rives at Cairo 10 p.m. Fare for the
round trip $1 75. Tickets for sale at the
ollice by J. It. Jones, Ticket Agent,
and by W. M. Williams, Argnt'.tmtrnol
office. , It ,
Aa Inimenw Mlarlt 'iiila. -
Bv a communication Ironi Mr. Oscar
Haythome, dated at Boston, we are in
formed that he has purchased fk cash,
and consequently at the very lowest
prices, tlie largest stock of boots and
Fhocs ever lought for the Cairo market.
He winhes our citizens all lo know that
he w ill give them Ihe benefit of liis great
purchase, and be will sell at lutter rates
than ever before. Hold your orders till
becomes. ' 3-20-4t.
Taper maps of the city of Cairo
mounted, just received aud for sale at
the Bcti.Kti.v ofllee. suitable for mail
ing, or can be folded to carry In the
pocket. Price $1.00; also two pictures
of Cairo, showing each 6treet and each
house. Apply at the office. i
First af Ike Heaaaa.
A.Marx, the popular wholesale and
retail dealer in ready maJe clothing and
gents furnishing goods, on Ohio levee,
is the first to go East for new goodd. He
left tor New York Sunday. 8-W-3t.
A. Marx, is always first iu the market
with new styles a ad new stocks ol cloth
ing and gents turrrisliing goods. Ms
new stock will begia.'to arrive next
week. '. -1 8-23-3 '
, . . . . . t
Shirt. I'rtTSta, Haatarr, Ete., ;
All of the latest style , may always , be
found at A. Marx's. He is mow iu the
Eat adding' the uew rtyle to his liu
mense stoek of goods aud Botious.
" S-22-3t r ' ;
Of ready made clotliing and gents fir
nisbiug goods In the WVt may alw ays
be loundat A. Marx's. . 8-2-:it
. .. ,t . . r-r : : ' ' i ' i ' 1
... .a. RKoaei eTaaiuouas -.
on Kigbtb sUieet, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, la tbe place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else hi Uie barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
cither at the shop or their homes.
Lyon's Kathaihon makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing tint or turning gray. It has stood tlie
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norivaL f ; ' 1 3-10-ditwly
4 3aiia '
. ... For -
j Fifty cents, at Whiter Gallery.
Waii t)arArnKirr. Bivan Repot,
a nova i
station. low watbb. cuanum.
ft. ik. rr. in.
Cairo "in X J
fiiuliiux ? 11 I 1
Ciiicjnimli... H u a
luiavtlli....M..... I "" '
ranlivillr .... , . , ! a , , I
t. Louis M i
Kvanavllh! ,; -'
Mfiiiilns 1' f t
V K'knliurK , 3 0
New Orleans 1 "
IteldW llilfll water sit' li.
JAM KS WATSON,
i frafiint. SiKiial HTvie, I'. H. A,
Steamer James Fisk, I'aducah.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
' John B. Maude, VKksburg.
.Sl. umer James Fisk, Padiicali.
Citv ol" Alton, St, Loiiim.
Jolin B. Maude,
The Fouteuelle had nu excellent trip
lor St. Louis from FiiUburg. She ar
rived here yesU nlay morning, and after
discltarging B0 bbls of flour and about 15
tons ot miscellaneous freight, passed on.
Tbe John B. Maude passed up 1mm
below lor St. Louis.
The City of Alton passed up for SU
Louis Monday night. Site went ironi
this port to New Orleans and returned in
just twelve days.
-At precisely live o clock tins evening
the Jim Fisk backs out for Padueah.
Tbe Belle of Shreveport was to leave
St. Louis last uight lor New Orleaus.
The Cluclnnatl Enquutr says Capt.
Henry Hart's uew side-wheel packet lor
Uie New Orleans trade, the Gua Don
nelly, was successlully launched from
the marine ways yesterday at 4 o'clock.
the is 280 leet In leuglb, 41 feet beam,
aud 7 feet 4 iuclies in depth, wun ner
Loiters ou board she draws but 19 Inches
alt and 23 Inches forward, Wlieu coiu-
LiiuUd sh will trim up at 30 inches. If
uot less, aud will, without uoudi, ue trie
liifbtest boat of her dimensions afloat.
The Champion No. 9 towed her down to
she foot of Ludlow street last uight,
where. h will have tbe machinery of
tlie H. 8. Turner transferred to her and
be completed and ready for business lu
1 ' r iidncol
The Old Bailable
Boot and Shoo Maker,
Has re-opeoe4hS eatattfotanent In tlie
Wbere can ba ttmnd aa extra fins uto-k
of roods In Ids line.)
Utve Jvacs a call. : : i ft-!IMf. 1
SniiMwrn District of Illinois S3. At Cairo hit
o tn (lay AVgwut, A. I. 17 r.. , . ,
' The nnderMim(l berabv dves not I en of
Ins arpointmMbt aa asalinieaAf WiUon II.
ivicaweu, laie oi i airo, in me couotf or
I I r, . . . i . v .
jvicxanavr ana Biaia ol Illinois, within laid
district, who baa been adjudged bankrupt
upon hla own petition bv the ditrlet court
oi said diitrlet, GEo'RGK FIIIKK,
Aug 17d:iw Assignee.
. . AncrlaTa Hal. . ;
By virtue of an execution to me directed
by the Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the State of Illinois, in
favor of Bernard McManus anil against
James A. Krv. 1 liava levied unon Llir ti.l.
lowing described propeity, in First Addit
ion to tlie City of Cairo, in the County ol
Alexander aud Ktato of Illinois, to-wit :
All of tbe riidm title and interest of said
James A. try jo ami to lot numbered lliir-
t,.... M'il l t.1 i. . i . ...
le.r.ii vi.ii iu uiuua numiirruu liri.yH(v: (4i )
Which I aball Ofler at DJblle aala uttliB
Soutb-w et iojf ut Ui CMrt Uanac in tUe
ciiy ot cairo, in tin County of Aletaader
anil state ol Illinois, on tlis tilth day ol tic
tolicr, A. 1).. lsTti. at the hour ol elevnn
o'clock, A. M., for radi, ti aati-fy aald eK-
eeniion. ai.kv. it lltviv,
.sberifT of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairn, Ills.. .Ink Ii. 1S7H, did
Py t irttie of an x-nllon to mr iliiwttd tv
tl rlcrk "t th eirrnit court if Wavn
-oiinlv. In lh stata f Illinois, in furor of W il
liani nluunVr amlavaiDHt tlli u 1 ronndaie, 1 havt
levint iiiod the following iluteril! 'ni-rv,
in l.liiHooiinl y of Alexander aiil Male ! lllinui,
liUls oiiinuerwi one Hi. two til. ttim ill.
four (4i. live (A), klx Oil. M-ven (T) and riiflitfsi.
all in block nnmm-niil ten (1"), in thf thinl al
dition to th" rltvof Cairo, In tfie pountT of Alx
aini-r ami sfat-of Illinois, aathrnroirtTof tin
ii ii KhVn Ironmlale, whirhlnhllonat pulilir
aaleat the fonlh-wtat door of Uivlomt lioue
Id the citv or l auro. in tlie contv ol Alexandi-r
ami autUft of Illinois on the Alth luy of Augnrt,
A P , ISTi'., at the hour of eleven o'clock, a.ia ,
lir C ach, to eatlsl'y aaid eieeution. (
AI.K.V II. IKVIJV. ;
' ShTilT Alexander County, I1U.
aJairo, His. , Aor. sth, 1S7S. d-td
Mberinr a Mala.
By Tirtoa Of aaaxecntion to me lUrectrd by
Ihe clerk tf tha circuit court uf Alexanfl.T
eounty. in tbe 8 Late uf Illinois, in favor of I I-
lea w aua anu aKainat iseinnru smyin, i nave
levleit upon the lollowinir ilpsrrilied property,
in this county of Alexander and Mate of 111 i
Lotsnumbcred twelve (T.'l and thirteen (1.11 in
Mock nuatbarad two (1) ) the undivided one-halt
Cil of lot nuaiOeral eight (hi in block niuu-
bend tweaty-avvea (7 Uie uudiviiled oue-hnlf
Ca 01 uu aumoereu beveuiwn iii aim cign
x.u (IB) in block nujubered thirty (:), all in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and state
of flllnoii. Also lot nambprml neven (7) in
block numbered twenty-tix lot numbered
thrra (s la block aamhered lorty-uv .i) , lot
nniulicrcd thtrtv-Mvea (") in block nuiubered
forty-aevea (IT), lotuunilwrcd ten (In) in block
nuiiibereu eiguiy-uiree (.mi. me icaw nom in
tereKt in and to lot numbered eiftht (S) In block
numbered etahteen (Is), toirether witn the
buiUllnir and Impi-ovonxaiU (Itiiatnl thenKiu,
all aald lasl mentioued lot and blocka beinK 't
nated rn the first BiM it ion to the city of t aim, in
the county of Alexander and State of Illinois, as
the property of the aaat llernard buiyth, w liich
I ahall offer at publio aale at tho Soutli-weat'loor
of the Court Hoaae iu the citv Of Cairo, in the
countv of Alexander and State af Illinois on the
'.Uth day of Augnat, A. P., 170, at the hour of
eiavao o'cloea, a.m., lor i;aan, to sauaiy aam
exacaiKMi. - alca.ii. ikiia,
.Sheriff of Alexander County, III
Cairo, Ida.. Auutth l;n. d-tti
CUL of course, wish to nee all the night
.Atrifortablr and cheaply. To thl and tba-
CAilApA. SOUTHERN R'Y COMPANY
haa throua ll eoaaaouona in uie w es
and Northwasr P11 n
nomber of Tocrw Excursion Tickets
at greatly reduoed rat h' whi, b V-
gen can not only visit lu" 1 ""
hibltlon at Pblladelpbla, but i."' in Ml,,liU
Ion, v islt tbe principal eaetern eltit 1 u "
opportunity or stopping at any ol the L
number of famous retorts in New Yoi
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOUTH
KHS in the only line from tbe west running
directly to Niagara Kalis, giving passen
ger, from tbe train, a wonderful panoramic
view ot the MIODTY CATAIiACT,
1IOK.SKSHOK FALL, the GREAT
KAPIDS, and landing them directly at Uie
Fulls. The track of tbe CANADA SOUTH-
Kil.NUuD air line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern; tliore are no curvea
or grades j wood la used for fuel ; Coaches
are furnished with tbe Wluchell Patent
Ventilator, ensurlpg prefect freedom from
dust. With lta complete system of magnif
centl'AKLOU SUCEP1NU ANL IUaW-
1N( UOOM CA1W from CHICAOO
IIETKOIT AND TOLEDO, and it adnur-
abla connection at N I AO Alt A FALLS
ANU11UFKALO with -the NEW VollK
CENTRAL AND Eltlli RAILWAYS, tbe
Canada Southern is fast bceotulug tbe
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Ticket
via this popular lluo can be procured at al
offices of connecting Unea, or at the com
Any information can be obtained by ad-
diesaiiig FRANK E. SNOW,
Oen'l Pass, and Ticket A't. Dbtroit.
The It. X M. Ilailroad Landa I The Hest
AKrii-uliural aud Mock Country lu Aiueruui!
GOOD LANDS IN t GOOD CLIMATE
l.oxv t.rices, I.ona Credit. Ixjw tuna ami
t'reiKlit. rremium for liliprnveincnt. Kn
raa. to Land lluyen. XlfYitr lull partii'iilrrx,
auuly to II. ft M. K. It Co., Iturliuulou. Iowa.
A c-:.v:r: mm.
to aell the New
a&aW Kvanli at tha Kationul Capital
AUD THE CAMPAION OF 1876.
JiihI the tiiiok lor the linii-i.. Uiea a lull hiMoiy
of the Natiiiual Caiit:il and tioveruiutait. Slma n
How tin- Kovrruiut'iit Hum Iwn inuiingt-ii hllue Ha
oriiaiiizutiiiu. r.xplaiua how lolia uie ail
tlirouj-'li itfiuirresH . l.ivi-a a lull iiiatory of tlie
WliKay I'raudH aud rMknap Hruudul. It irivt-a
Ihe livti of Have, Wlwler, i ildvu anil lliti
drirka. Grand clutiirw for AireulA. Aiidrem,
w-17-waw J. II. CIIAMIiKRS, SUf.oiiia.Mq.
CINCINNATI WESLEY AN COLLEGE.
FOR YOUNO WOMEN.
KekriitM iu 3.Mli year 8ept. l.'ltb. Facility
Dtimbera -it, Maicnlticaiit building, vencr
ou table. Thorough cJiiro In Kiikclinh,
Science, i'luasica, and Modern l.tniruaifeB.
rimiirpsd advantage for unixicaiid art.
Addra Ihe i'leimUnt, Key. llavid H.
Moore, O.U , t in ciuuatl, O. "-ft-d.t w-8t.
EiiKlifb Brusel. Tbree l'ly and Ingrain,
afo, Stiir l'ai'pet,Velvct liUK, Crumb
Clotht, Oil (Jlotba, etc., very cheap
at tba Old flace
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK.
Carpet candidly packed and aeut to say
part of the United State tree ol ekarga.
rrsEND:roR price list.-
7-4-1 y. J. A. BKNDALL.
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
araaal. MaLaaa. Ca., lUa..
For Um prenaiatiaa of taacbara. Kxclaalwily
Pfvfaaaioaal luatrucAioa Sutlaoaa Who ara pi
tiarwt for It luiiioa fraa. Naat una unfia.
Bepteaibar Itb, l7. Sapcrior auadaiuio inalruc
tlna at loa ralaa. la tba Mudd deuaitUMrut,
Adaptad to any trad a, front tba youaaeat pupil
to laoae aitiua- lor lb bait oolWr. Dead liar
eatalvaue, or addiaaa ,
EliWlN 0. UKWKTT, Piaa'l
Aug. t-dawlw huruiai, 11L
City National Bank
CAPITAL. - $100,000
W . P ItALUDAT, Prealdral.
IIKNKV I. HALubAY, VicaPnat.
A M AFFORD Caabief.
WALtkU UYSLOP. Aaa-tCaahler.
u. U. WiiAiaaaoa, J 9rkraa hia,
A . B, 8ArvoHu,
rr rr it
Exchangp, Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKPO ITS revived and a central Ibanklng
. "i X j i 1. 1 4
V Itroaa, Pn-niihTit. H. Well, Chi'-r.
I". ,ef. Me.lfU'T. X KartH, A.st axti'r
iu soul nun,
Uoruor Commercial Ave. and 8th Straet
Ilro. Cairo. , Win'. Klur. Cmita.f . ' .
I'. Si ll, Cairo. Wm. Woln. Cairo
i . r ii.-anka, Cairo. K. I- Itil1in(rsliy, fxmia.
'. I:u.ler, Cairo. ' II. Wells, Cairo.
r' II. Krinknian. St. Couin,
f : t. Y. lenon, Cnltonla. , ; i
4 hmI HaaaUnaj ItauMaaaa Done.
tFxctiange sold and bought, tntcreat paid
n the Savuiifn Dcmrtment. Cotlccrinn marie.
ad all ba au tuoiurtly attuded to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIHO
A H SAKKHtD, 1-residcnt.
s S TAVUltt, Vice l'reaident
W. HYSLOr. Sec' v and Tnaaurer.
P.W. Kahi lat. Chas . Gauoiraa.
r, M. Svoi iflitu, I'al'L Q. ttenca,
It. li. CuwaiNOHAa, ' H L.Icau.idat,
J. M. FuiLLir.
rNTKRKST paid on depoeita at tbe rate ol ail
percent, perannam. Starch 1st and atptem-
.mr i. iiiuirani doi wiinurawn l aiiaeo unnie
liatelv to the urincirjal of the deuoaita. therebv
liviiia them comnound intcreat.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Opea every busineaaday from 8a.m. to S p.m.
a J Satiinlay evening, for laving deposit only
rora 6 to S o'clock .
W. HTaLOF. Traaamrar.
' O'CALLAHAN & HALL.
Hoofing and J"?'111 "P"y
Slato Roofiing Specialty in
':' any part of Southern ' N1110
Lightning Bods, Pumps,
PA I JIT AlfOOIIJS.
b. p. PAJtirr.u.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
W&U Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alway. on baud, the etlebraled illumlnatioa
AL JIOICA OIL.
Ooruer Klavanth Strat and Waahina
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO IXVEE.
City Matieajl Baak BaiUiag, a-atsiis.
tCS CC3 C03
I0EI ICE 11
JAUX3 p. siirrn fc co , ,
. Ta, laHMaa Af aawa, caiaaaya 111.
lea fur aala by tU car load, a.ad laaood
Oidaat KaaabUaaaa Aaaaay to Sjaut
am lUlnaia. naan una? a