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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo loti,
xtliarige for St. Louis property.
Tho south halt of the 'Pilot1' houne at
Good two utory brick store room on
Commercial avenue between Lleveuth
First floor of brick dwelling corner
NlueUtnth and l'oplitritreeb(
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street arid Commercial
iveiiue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, wet ot
Jotnnu-rcial avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cros street, wes
n! Washington avenue.
Two.buxineM bouses on Levee ptrcct,
above Eighth, $20 each.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
tnt, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Waverly hotel. $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
trf t, and Holbrook avenue $6. itood
yard and cistern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
i'oilar streets, $12 CO.
Store room adjoining above, $.
I'p stairs of ouse on Commercial av
vnue, near l'Jtli street. Suitable for
business and J welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8 ami 9,
Winter's Row, S rooms eaeh for $10
tcr month. Will Ik put In tlrst-clans
Orphan Asylum building and premi
. Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
I'ooiits lu various parts ol tin' city.
FOR I.KASK OK SALE.
Land, in tracts to suit, near ('aim.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of the Parish School
will begin Monday, September 4th, and
eontitiUein m-j-sion sixteen week. Terms,
Eight Dollars tor the wa-don, or tlfty
cent ht week ai.wav4 i-ayaiilk in
AiiVA.vri:. There will le uo extra charges
lor any ritudy except lur the ntudy of
music. For instruction In vocal and in
strumental uiu.-ic, the valiiable services of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have been seeured.
The success of the school ha been such
that the Rector deems it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupil ran
be accommodated, lie will receive tlmw
who apply first for admUxiou. He prom
ises to all thorough instruction in the
common English htielic-, in tilt higher
mathematics, the natural K-iewa-, and
a No in Latin and Greek.
Chaiuk A. Gii.bkkt,
I.eallter mm4 Finding fr ;aalt. 4 neap-
Uwi fttr Ite-forr Hsltl la t alrv
I will from IhU date sell leather and
li tiding!) cheaper than ever before otl-red
Hct Cincinnati oak t-ole.. .. 40ets.lt
Howard's test slaughter
All other leather and findings in pro
portion. No. J0 Commercial avenue, be
tweeu Filth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois. tiooU and shoes made up in the
latest styles, and oi the best material and
good workmanship. Boots and shoes at
reduced prices. And only tlte the best
St. Louis custom-made and my own
wake ol boots and shoes will be sold.
S lS-tf V. Kx'K.
Vfeemlcal Djra Works
Office corner Eight street and Com
mercial Avenue, in Reiser building.
Silks, Wool, half Wool ShawN, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put In thorough order. Satis
SS-dliu F. Scuichs t Co.
Uo to tbe Hauntalne of Colorado
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Itnilroad, the new and popular liue from
AtchUon and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado. New
Mexico aud Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $50, allow ing
stop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manitou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables aud the " San
Juan Guide," address,
T. J. Andkksox,
Urn. I'asti. Agt.,
7-lstf Toi'kka, Kan.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
'. and V. R. H. track In Cairo at $'lt per
car load of
This coal has xo ii-ekiou for grates
and household uses generally.
Addreps all orders lor coal to
.Iambs A. Viall it Co.,
Five 3ord loU W
CO AL I' Alt A DISK AND BIO MUDDY !
Single ton a 50
Throe 3 23
Viva 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilted. A choice lot of kindling ou band
by C. W. Whkklkk & Co.
Aug 4 'Jin
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is opeu to
the public. The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquor and the finest
brands of cigars.
a-25-tf Jos. RoxifaitK, Prop'r
We are authorised to announce JOHN It.
UOUINSON as aoandldatt fur HuerirTof Alea
eader county, at Uie coming county election.
We art authorised to announce that K. A . Ed
mundsoo it an Indmadent Kepublioan candi
dal lor Sheriff, at the ensuing count election.
We are anlhontcd to anaounee PETER 8 A UP,
for an Independent candidate for fhenff of Al
exander oouuty, at the ensuing county election.
Eoitob BctLXTiit! Plea announce that I
am a candidate for the office of States Attorney
for Alexander county at the Xovernher elec
tion. Wm. c. MiXKtr.
RATE) OF ADVEKTlSIffU.
EJAU bills for advertising, are due and pay
able IS AOTAHCa
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of It 00 per square for the trst Insertion
and 5" cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and displ
For Inserting Funeral notice St oo Notice ol
rueeting of societies or secret orders 60 cents for
Church, Society, FestiTal and Supper notice
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be reneived at less tlian
60 cents, and no advertisement Will tie inserted
for less than three dollars per month
Local Buslnaea Notices, of
tan linne or more. Inserted
in the Bulletin aa follows :
Commence Counting at ten lines.
On Insertion per tin S Cents)
Two insertions per Una 7 Centa
Three inaertione per line 10 Centa
Six Insertion per line 16 Centa
Two weeks per line ... 26 Centa
One month per line ..35 Centa
No Reduction wiUbe made in above
AH AIIN I-OIHiK, NO. M.
t im A kti alii of I' vt tui. iim'tH every rn
je Xj) dav night at hall'-punl aeven, in Odd-
t hancellor Coniniatnlt r.
-m ALK.XAKDkK IXjIKiE, NO tU.
ir' i ludepriiileut Onk-r of Jdd-Kel-i4j
Jf Iowa, meet every TLurUy niKhl
awrr itt hair-irtuit aevrii, in their hall on
nniH'n'ial avenue, between bixth an J Hevcnth
rft1 S. A. llevuHK, N W
'1VIKO KNCAMI'MhNT, I O. Y.. meets
ym oil-rriliiwa' Hall on the firat axut third
i uiadnji iu every month, at balf-pat aevea
A. ( i.Mimm, t; V
O AIKOI.01M.K. NO tV, AY. A A. M .
f- Hold rt-tmlar oommunirationn in Ma
yjaoniu Hall, corn) r coiiinitri'ial avenue
x and t.mlilh streal, iu Uie e-jnd aud
'. urtli Muudav ol each mouth.
TIll ltSDAY. AUOtST '24. KC.
luteal Weather Keport.
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f rrant. Sitnial bervioe. I'. . A .
.Iev-tt Wilcox is in Vermont.
The Rev. Mr. Gilbert has g.jue to
Union City, Tenn., not Mound Ci'y,
Mr. .1. Warner Fletcht r, editor of the
Centralis Dtmucrut. was iu the city yes-
Mr. A. J. Ogilvle, of Padtieah, sherifl
of Met rackeii county. Kentucky, was in
the city yesterday.
io to R. Joues. far-hionable boot and
fchoe maker, Alheneiitu building, for the
Centennial boot. 8 19 6t
Gentle Gerotild returned lroni Vinceu-
nes yesterday, where he witnessed the
lighting ot that city by gas lor the first
time on Thursday night.
The Tiidcn and Hendricks people ol
of Fulton, Kentucky, will celebrate to
day. Hon. D. T. L'uegar, accompanied
by a number of Democrats of this city,
will go down, aud he will wake a speech.
Mr. William Bagnell of St. Louis, the
man who bad the contract to build the
new levee, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Bagnell was ou his return from Pa.
ducab, where be has been attending to
a law suit.
Uo to R. Jones, fashionable boot and
shoe maker, Atheneum building, tor the
Centennial boot. 8-19-Ct
The business room, CI Ohio levee
lately occupied by 1. Farnbaker, is va
cant and for rent. For particulars apply
to Robert Smyth, 72 Ohio levee. tf
At the Planters' yesterday were Sam
uel Orr, May field, Ky.; L. Franklin, do.;
William D. Porter and John 8. Allen,
New Grand Chain; J. II. Maron, Pop
lar Bluffs; James Smith aud Miss K.
Smith, Cincinnati; M. J. Hight and F
M. Uilespie, Vienna, HI.; . H. Peter,
Fort Worst. Texas.
It is said that the Little-Antelope-with
the-Stumpy-tail and Major tjuliicy McGee
are making very extensive preparations
for their joint political discussion ou
Saturday attemoon, at Hint grove. For
OuiinO', we cannot Ftcak, but for the
I.lUle-Antelope-with-the-stumpy-taH he is
old oil from the can.
Ou Saturday night, at the orphan's
asylum, corner Twenty-filth and Poplar
streets, a grand t entennial I'cmoeratie
ball, for the beuetit of T. R. Roberts,
P. T. R., will be giyn. A rallle for a
liue silver watch will also take place.
Patrick Puffy, Patrick O'Connor and
Johu 1.. Sullivan wilt act as managers.
Charles M unlock, caller. Tickets, fitly
Judge Bird, and all the rest of the Radi
cal boys will go to Hodges Park, via the
narrow gauge this morning, where the
IUds have a political picnic and meeting
to-day. Fleet-Footed Ben Wiley will be
there and make a speech, aud Warren
Wiius aud Judge Bird will have a
chainpiousbip wrestling match. Little-
Antelope will also epeak, but will re
serve much of his eloquence to buck the
tiger McKou, ou Saturday.
Col. Shaver, the great Radical lender
the confident of Mr. Scott, the colored
gentleman, and the rival of Col. Mc
Kelag, the great postmaster and friend ol
Phlllls walked into the PclLeti.n olllce
yesterday morning with frenzy in bis
aspect and blood In his bonny blue eye.
We said our prayers, and prepnred to go
tip without trouble or delay. The gieat
Radical warrior approaclied Burnett, the
blond genius of our counting room, and
actually bought two copies of the Bi l
lktix; and, what is more paid for them,
too. Oood Lord ! what Is this world
coming to! And now we would not be
surprised il Col. Wiley should honestly
pay his honest debts.
Just received at Paul II. Schuh's the
following celebrated brands of Scidcii
berg's Key West cigars :
Landres Chlco, '
Landres Ue Carte,
Optra Bon lie. It
The arrivals at the St. Charles yester
day were W. II. Hannas an. I wile, Ores
den, Tenn.; F. W, Palmer. Chicago;
J. Warner Fletcher, Centralis ; A. M.
stratton, A. J. Marrcll and MUs Mary
Stewart, St. Louis; W. K. Hodges ami
wife, Arkansas; John M. Davis, Chi
cago; Mrs. Jackson and family, Ken
tucky; A.J. Ogilvie, Puducah; Robert
Bognell, St. Louis; William X. Kuyser.
Tennessee; James Gordon ami wife,
Sparta; Mr. W, Harvey and servant,
Bedford, Ills.; Mr.". A. J. Thatcher.
I'ula-ki ; Mrs. Bradley and daughter,
Fulton, Ky.; Mi-s Fannie Ibnlgcrs,
New Orleans ; K. J. Maxwell, Apple
River, Ills. ; John B. Clciiict, 'iucinnati;
II. S. Barton. Chicago.
A tew days ago Bill called ou the Lit
tle Antelope with the Stumpy Tail, at bis
resilience. "Colonel," said Bill, "I've
got a job tor you." "Ah!"' said tin: col"
nel. "Yes!"' said Bill ; I want you to go
up iu the country and make a speech."
"1 don't believe it's ls-ft lur mo. to go,"
said the colonel. "Oh, but you must,"
said Bill, "were are loo-nig ground and
there's only one way for" iis to get our of
the lix we're in. That is lor n to in.ike
these niggers believe that it Tiidcn and
Hendricks are h-eted, that they will be
put into slavery worn- than hell. Bi'lit
herein Cairo is the place to urge this.
There's lots of Vm here that believe this
now," said Bill. "Yes, and we lnn-t
keep thcni warm." said the colonel, ai.d
Bill took his departure.
A meeting ol the Swecicr wa held
on Tuesday mght, and utter tie- ii-ual
business, the following resolutions were
adopted unanimously, viz:
Jttsohud, That the Tiidcn and Hen
dricks club ol Alexander county does
most heartily endorse the nomination ot
Hon. Win. Ilart.ell as tin Democratic
candidate for congress in the Eighteenth
di-trict; and we likevii-c eiKlorsc the
nomination of Col. It. 11. Towms as the
lr moerutie cuudUiuto lur tho ktule ken
ate and the nomination ot Messrs.
Obcrly aud Albright for the liouso ot
hrs;tvy That we earnestly appeal to
Hon. John H. Olicrly. in the i-pirit of
harmony, to withdraw his declination of
the nomination he rcireived as the ih-iuo-eratic
nominee fur the legi.-lature ; and
we pledge to him our hearty, steadfast
and zealous support at the coining elec
tion. Wm. MfGr.r:, Scc'y.
A congregation ol darkeys "ti Phillis'
corner, Ohio levee : "What you say, tie
Democrats won't steal! Why its de
Democrats dats doiu'aU dis stealing in
Washington. Why, look you child, yon
see tlars a lot oh dciu Democrats layin'
'bout dur data don't do uutllii' hut steal.
De way day do it, dey watch Belknap
when he put tie big key ob de treasury
away, "Dar's meat for us."' says dey to
demselves; and den when Belknap goes
out 'bout his business, like all de good
Republicans des, dem iHuiocrals goes
aud steals dat key and go down on all
dat money, and den dey blame it n'l ou
poor Belknap. Now dat's what de colo
nel tells us, aud de colonel knows, you
bet," and the whole congregation be
came immensely dissatisfied with the
manner in which the Democrats con
duct their operations in Washington, and
swear e!erna''y by Haye, Wheeler and
The Townes men are particularly down
upon Bross, Dunning and Obcrly.
Wherefore? Obcrly has done nothing to
merit their dl-pleasiire. He lias been
as meek and gentle as a cooing
dove and that's what he is. He won't
fight; and his Iriend, Mr. Sumwcll.
may go ou knocking chips oil' his shoul
der with Impunity. "Our John" that's
what we boys call him behind his hack
has gone out of polities as a candidate.
As a politician he is a failure. He will do
better as i philanthropist, river since he
bearded appetite iu Its dm and refused
to beer any more, he has been nowhere
as a politician. While he indulged, like
Richard Swlveller, in tho "rosy," and
practiced his muscle on sand hags, we
had hopes ot him, for the "boys" were
for him. But now ho is too good, and
"namby-pambies'' who praise liiin,
amount to nothing iu politics. IN former
as wo are, and though young as we aie
innocent we know enough to
know, as Bob, the Radical Lord
hater ot Peoria says, that one ot the
boys'' is worth forty "good citizens" in
politics. Wc would rather have Sol. on
our side in a canvass than a preacher.
We would, Indeed. Wc expect to go up
for this item ; but we have iu it a sweet
revenge for a few remarks that have
been made about sleeve buttons on our
About ten days ago a little sou ol Mr.
Bristol, the Eighth street grocciyinau
weut to the sale iu his lather's store to
get several uickels that he had d poMted
there. The chl'd found in tho sutea
package, and not knowing what was in
iu it, carried it out of the store with hint
and Into tho dying establishment of
Mr. Shelly where he was met bv u com
medicine peddler, who asked him w hat
the paper contained ; and, upon seeing
there was money lu it, said that ho had
lost the oackaire. which he took, pave
the youngster a iKittlo of his medicine
tor returning it to him, and left the
house and town. A short time after this
occurence, Mr. Bristol had occasion to
go to the safe, when he inis-cd the pack
age which contained something over
thirty-seven dollars, and upon Inquiry,
learned the history of its disappearance.
Heat once informed the police, but no
clue to the doctor of corns could lie
found. Yest'-rday morning, however, the
self-snme doctor ratnc bark, and was soon
captured by the police. He was given a
hearing before Judge Bro-s yesterday
afternoon, and sent to jail in default of
live hundred dollars bail to await the ac
tion of the circuit court. The prisoner's
name is Frank Cliff. HJ hails from De
troit, Michigan, and is about nineteen
years of age.
A Itlf-ii Trial.
The civil suit which has probably at
tracted more attention that any other
case of the kind tried In Cairo for years,
took place in Judge Bros' olliee on Tues
day and yesterday. The principals in
the case were Dr. Ilultz and Mr. James
Coleman, and the grounds on which the
trial was brought, were these. Mr. Cole
man called on Hultz. before the death
of Mr-. Coleman, and stated to him
tho nature ol her disease, and asked
Ilultz whether hecould cure her. Hultz
replied, that he could not tell, but lhat
if he was allowed to treat her for two
weeks, he could give Coleman a definite
answer and he was employed for two
weeks, with tin understanding that at
the end f that time he would give his
opinion. When two weeks had expired.
Coleman again bad a conversation with
Hultz, iu which he was nsured that
Mrs. Coleman could be cured, Ilultz
agreeing to treat her for one dollar per
day until she recovered. Willi this un
derstanding Ilultz administered medical
aid to the patient until lit; had a bill ot
.something over live hundred dollars
against Coleman, when Mrs. Coleman,
becoming discouraged with Hultz en
deavors to cure her, she all the while
growing worse, Mused his treatment
any longer. Coleman paid Hultz three
hundred and forty odd di4bir of the bill,
not withstanding Ilultz had failed to ae
complish the cure of (he lady, but re
fused to pay I he lialance claimed by
Hull, and Hull, sued hiui for it.
It. T. Liuegar appeared as attorney
for Hultz, and Judge Mulkey for Cole
man. The case occupied all of Tuesday
and the greater part of yesterday morn
ing, and iievt-r, before, it is said by the
best medical men of this city, has such a
display ol ignorance been shown as was
displayed by Hultz in bis own test:
ninny.' When a-keil by Judge .Mulkey
w hat medical colleges he had attenccd,
Ilultz replied he had attended three, but
could not. remember the nanu s of any
ol them. One he said wa in Cincinnati.
The second one he attended, situated we
could not learn where, had broken up in a
row, owing to the finding of a limb of a
woman lu a lutiil-i- yard near ttio Institu
tion which led the inhabitants ot the
place to believe that the students had
stolen the dead body of a woman some
where and dissected it. This made them
very indignant and they ran a'l the stu
deiitsoutof the town, he leaving with the
balance. Hi; bad received bis diploma
from this college about a year utter it
broke up, but he had never been exam
ined. The doctor could not remember
mill li about the third college he attended,
blithe had been there. Iu lacthe could
not recollect the names of any of his class
mates, except Mary Brown, and Mary
w as dead. "WeM doctor," said Judge
Mulkey, "you have enjoyed con
siderable iiottiety as tin au
thor, have you not'r" "No,
sir," said the doctor emphatically. "In
deed," said the Judge, and he drew
from his pocket one of t'ie doctor's books
of receipts for curing botts in horses, lor
making lovc-powders, etc. Judge Mul
key read several of these receipts, which
were greatly enjoyed by the crowd, and
then drew a sample ol the love-pow ders
Horn his pocket, which he had procured
through a darkey who bought them of
Ilultz on Monday morning, lur the es
pecial purpose of producing them iu
court. The doctor denied at first that he
had made the powders, saying that he
had never put uny preparation up iu the
kind of paper iu which they were
wrapped. He finally admitted after
wards that he did sometimes innniifac
ture them, "just to please the ignorant
people around town." His treatment ot
Mrs. Coleman, Dr. Brigham,Dr. Parker,
and other physicians testified, waJnot
what her ailment mpiircd, and
it was proven conclusively to the
court Hint Hio doctor was
wholly too ignorant and incompetent
to administer to her, and that he had
most cruelly and inhumanly deceived Mr.
Coleman throughout bis dealings with
him. The case was given to the court
yesterday morning lor decision, without
argument, Judge bross holding that Mr.
Coleman w as perfectly juslMiableiu hi re.
fusal to .stand further bleeding at the
hands of Ilultz, who was made to pay tho
costs of the suit.
f'uMiil.v 'oi'rt-H!til Trnii-Tlilrtl
The following is a summary of the
business transacted yesterday :
In tho matter ol the guardianship of
Elosie Jorgeiison. minor heir of Louis
Jogelison, deceased. 11." Wardncr guar
dian. iiMicared and submitted a note for
one hundred aud lilty dollats secured by
sale mortgage ou lots J I ami J J, in hlock"
:tll in the first addition of the city of
Cairn, executed by Ellen Worthaiu and
P. K. Wortham, which security was not
approved on account of the informality of
11, J. Stalker, against 11. Fitzgerald,
administrator ol the estate of Thomas
Keife, deceased, assumpsit; demand
$0,00. The administrator having ad
mltted the claim to be Just, it was ordered
bv the court that the ldaititift'have judg
ment against the said estate, lu (he same,
ns of seventh class claim, to be
paid lu due course of administration.
In tho matter of the estate of Mr.
Jones, deceased, M. V. Ilaalewood, late
administrator, appeared and submitted a
statement of the condition ol the estate
up to tho lime of his removal, with
vouchers, etc., for money paid out, state
ment approved and ordered recorded and
each voucher filed.
An linmensr (stork Coming-.
By a communication trom Mr. Oscar
Hay thornc, dated at Boston, we are In
formed that he has purchased for Cash,
and consequently at the very lowest
prices, the largest stock ot boots and
shoes ever bought for the Cairo market.
He wishes our citizens all to know that
he will give them the benefit of his great
purchase, and he will sell at btter rates
than ever before. Hold your orders till
Taper Jin pa.
Paper maps ot tho city of Cairo
mounted, just received and for sale at
the Bulletin office, suitable for mail
ing, or can be folded to carry in the
pocket. Price $1.00; also two pictures
ol Cairo, showing each street and each
house. Apply at the office.
A.Marx is always first in the market
with new styles and new stocks ol cloth
ing aud gents' furnishing goods. His
new stock will begin to arrive next
SiliirtH, rntala. Howler, Kir ,
All of the latest style may always be
found at A. Marx's. H is now in the
East adding the new styles to his im
mense stock of good- and notion.
The I.ttrKCMt Stuck
Of ready made clothing and gents' fur-ni-hing
goods in the Wet may always
1-c I. .iiii.I at A. Marx's. S-- :)(
J. OKOKfJK sTLINIIorsK
on Eiehib street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
tashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the barber line. La
thes' and ehildreiis' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their home.
I'trol of I lie Sranni.
A. Marx, the popular wholesale and
retail dealer in ready ma le clothing and
gents' furnishing goods, on Ohio levee,
is the lirst to go East for new goods. He
left lor New York Sundav. S--'2-3t.
W AH llttPAHTMKNT. KlVKH KlteOT, I
Auir. -.'t. ISTS
STATION. LOW WATKK. CHANCIK.
FT. lit. T. IN.
t airn Hi .1 X ':
I'ltt.-liurj; '.' 1 lu
Cincinnati 1! s 1 4
l.miA-ille 7 1 a
NaahvillH X :i Tt
M. Lotna 1 7 X i
Kvansville V '
.M. lii.us II i X :!
VivkrUu-jr '-'I II ii
New means ;i I X I
' IM..W hitili water of IS7J
SiTKitant, SiKUal Ht-rvice, C. S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Padueah,
" James Giluiore, tow, Pittsburg,
James W. Golf, Cincinnati.
Ohio Mill, Golconda.
Steamer James Fisk, Padueah.
" James Giluiore, tow, Memphis.
" James W. Goll, Meinph's.
" Ohio Mill, Golconda.
The John B. Maude for Vieksburg,
anil the Future City and barges lor New
Orleans, leave St. Louis to-day.
The splendid steamer Belle of Shreve
port is due from St. Louis for New Or
The Fisk Is the packet lor Padueah
this evcnuig. She leaves at just live
The James W. Goff, Captain Bob
Wise's new Cincinnati and Memphis
pat-kct, did not get here until yesterday
She got very little freight here, but had
an excellent trip and was full of people.
The Ohio Mill, a little steamer owned
at Golconda, came down the Ohio yes
terday with a cargo of Hour, and after
discharging it left for her home.
The James Giluiore with a tow for
Memphis passed down yesterday.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Outtoring a Spocialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly "Don:
visscnER & nALL'S
Warrttiiteal eiil to any fvOMli lu (he
mtrkel. inl lur aneriur la 'u
ceulruleil l. e fur nil HrMe
lur wbleh IS Is) uaetl.
Cut up in uue iuuml metal cans, cuuvenu-ut
t'.ir iimv in luiiiiliva fur inakinir lianl ami suit
suhi, ami lur cIciiuinKpuipoM-a gem-rally . IU-
ii lions lur iimiiug au. en-., avnjnieuiu
l ur i-lcauini: ti l, im-Mes. mai-uinery, painis,
Milli'iiinx wilier, waaliiiiK iuka ami I run Uvea
iu Uie Mn'iui;, it uueuulel lur excellence ami
convenience lit' puckase. Yut sale liy Uti-ei
au't lniifKl"H fT) wliire.
lirber A IIhII'm InaeelleiUo mmtl
lllaiulrt-IMiil outler ia iuvalualiU lor Uie
ilMlrurliuuul Uie puutuuiiK.cottou worm, Kntaa
buiipeni, mii-e, rate, ruacliea, luaeeta, awl er
iniu ol all kimla. It ia lutruileaa lu iitf-.il ami
aniiiiuU, ami lar chear Uiau 1'aria greet! lur
tile deatructiuu of vermin. II is alo invaluu
1,1c iu a liiai-iileclaut. imi il'viuK the air la hoaui-
liilsaml aick rouma, ami deatroyiuy It odors of
alUKa, cellars, siauiea, eiu. i iiiup iu uue uuuu
cans. Kor sale by liruirirUla and tiruccr
everywhere VISsstTlfcHA MALI.,
Mauufai tunMa, t Walt M., New York.
, Aug. m!Wiu .. , . i ..
NPM iAt, Jori(r.n.
Will, of course, wishtose all the slants
coutforUbly and chesply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTHERN R'Y COMPANY
hss, through Its connections In tae Wts
snd Northwest, placed on sale Wrpe
number of Tourists' Excvrsion Tickets
at greatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers cn not only Visit UieCsauniiisI Ex
hibition st rtilladtlphU, but can, In addit
ion, v 1-1 1 the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity ol stopping at any of the great
number of latnous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. Tn CANADA SOUTH
ERN' Is the only line Irora the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, gtvhur pissetw
ger, lroni the train, a wonderful panoramic
view of the M1QIITY CATARACT,
HORSESHOE FALL, the GREAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly at tbe
Falls. The track of the CANADA SOUTH
ERN is an atr line, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern; thtre are no curves,
or grades ; wood is used lor fuel ; Coaches
are furnished with the Wlnchell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring prefect fraedom from
dust. With its complete system of magnif-
cent PARLOR SLEEPING AND DRaW.
INO ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with tho NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, tbe
Canada Southern is fast becoming tbe
FAVORITE LJNETO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at al
o Hi ccs of connecting line, or at the com
Any Information rn he obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Oen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't. Dbtroit.
'1 lie It. A M. tUilrnad IV. Lamia! The ten
Airrii iiliuial ami Movk Country in America!
GOOD LANDS IN A GOOD CLIMATE
I n price. Lonir Credit. I-ow Karen and
KreiKlitH. rifiiiiiiins f.r Improvements, l-ree
racs to mnn rtnyerv Sjror lull particturrs,
apply to It. A SI. K. R. Co., Kurlinirtun, Iowa.
The Old Eel labia
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has re-ojieiied his eKtablishmentin the
Where can be foti ud an extra fine sto:k
of goods in his line.
tlive Jones a call. f-19-tf.
Soutln-rn UUtrictnf Illinois St. AtCairo the
1 til day or Aujruxt, A. 1. ITS.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of
Ins uiipointuicDt as ai)iue of Watoti H.
Rockwell, late ot Cairo, in the County of
Alexander and State ol Illinois, within said
district, who lias been adjudged bankrupt
upon bin own petition bv the district court
oisuid ilLtrkt. QEo'ROE F1SI1KR,
Stherlll a (Snle.
liy virtue or an execution to mi- directed
by the Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the state ol Illinois, in
favor of llemard McMami and against
James A. Fry, 1 have levied upon Uie lol
lowtng described propKi'ty, iu First Ad.lh
iou to the City ot Cairo, iu tu! County ol
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit :
All of the right, title ami interest of said
James A. Fry in und to lot numbered thir
teen in block numbered forty-scyen (47)
whicb 1 shall otl'cr at pJblle sale at tho
South-west door of tbe Court House in tbe
City ol Cairo, in the County ot Alexander
and State ol Illinois, on tbe tilth day ot c-
tobcr, A.. L. , lOlO, t lk liour of eleven
o ciock, a. m., lor casn, to satiny said ex
edition. Ai.kx. II. Ikvin,
Sherirt of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairn, Ills.,. Inly 12. 187(1. tltd
By virtue of an execution to me directed bv
the cleik ot Uie circuit court ol' Vtavue
county, in the Slate l Illinois, in fmcr (r Wii.
I lain Miaeffcr ami ar:iiut Klh n Trousdale, I hare
ieviei upon me loiiowini; iieserila-rl proierty,
in lliiscouuty of Alexander aod Mate oi Illinois,
Lots niitnlicred one (I), two (.'), tliree ( !),
four (I), live ( ), aix (). aeTeu (7J and eivlit (si,
all in block uiinibervil ten (1I, iu the (hint ad-
ditiou to the citvol Cairo, iu Uie county of Alex
uuilcrandstateot' Illinois, as the properly of the
said Kilt n Trousilale, which I shall Oder at public
sale at the Ninth -west door of the out t llous
In the cily ol i airo, in the cuuly ol Alexauder
and Suite of Illinois on Uie:tlih day of August,
A . 1. , l.7ii, al the hour oleleveu o'clock, a.m.,
for Cash, to eatisl'y said exei utiou.
ALEX. II. I It VI N.
Sheriff Alexander County, Ills.
Cairo, Ills. , Auk. sth. Into. d-td
Sitae riU'a NmI. "
By virtue of an execution to me directed by
ths clerk of the circuit court of Alexander
county, in the Stale of Illinois, in favor of Ll-
leu alsu ana aKaiusi UeruanJ Miiytu, I have
levied upou the lollowinr ilesrribed proiierly,
iu this county of Alexander and Mate of Illi
Lot numbered twelvt (l-J) aud thirteen (13) ia
block numbered two (J) Uie uudividedone-hall
C)of lot numbered eight (S) In block num
bered twenty-seven (.T); the undivided oue-lialf
Ci) of lots numbered seventeen (17) and eigb
titui (is) iu block numbered thirty ('), all in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and Mate
of Illinois. Also lot numbered seven (7) iu
block nui.'ibend twenty-six (J), lot numbered
three C iu blttck numbered lurty-Uv (4"). lot
numbered thirly-seveu (47) iu block nniubered
furty-seven (47), lot uuinls red ten (10) iu block
numbered eighty-three (Sill. The lease hold in
terest in aud to lot uuinbered eitfht (sj In block
nuinliered eighteen (Is), toaether with ths
biilldiiiK and Improvements situated thereou,
all said last mentioned lots and blocks beiun sit
uated in ths llrst addition to the cily of C airo, in
the county of Alexander and Stale of Illinois, as
the property of Uie said Ueruanl Smyth, w hich
1 shall offer at public sale at the South-west door
of the Court House in the city of Cairo, in the
county of Alexander aud Stale of Illinois on the
lth day of August, A. t IsTB, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a.m., lor uasii, to satistv tald
execution. alka, ii.iku.h.
Sheriff of Alexander County, 111.
Cairo, Ills.. Auirust StU IsTii. d-td
Highland Park, 111.
A S'MlleKlnt aud Preparatory Inatl
liition lor lJUle.
Kail session begins Septemtier th, 1S7G.
Course of study tlioroiiRh and extended. Kara
larililiea for Music, liruwiua: and fainllua
Slsiiiiers, Morals aud Health of the Ural impor
tance, t oilette ImildinK commodious, and
well furnished. No rooms lor pupilsabove two
HikIiIs of stairs Iication attractive, lliose
w ho have completed their ordinary school edu
cation elsewhere may be received to pursue our
hiirher cuirses with Sieoial advantage. f.U
WAKH 1. U'KSIUN. i'axsiosNT.
E. N. FRESHMAN & BROS.,
iso w. m st, mmm o.,
Ara authorUd to contract for advartla
Imst ia this paper.
ZiUmaUa furniiasd fraa. Bsaa for Cireulai
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenua and
NEW YORK CITY,
Tbre Blocks west ot llrand Central Depot
near the Elevated Railroad, and but twen
ty uiluuua from Wall Street. All modern
luiproveinanu. nates ft per uay. "
eral terms to fauialies.
CHA8. K. UtUkKD. fropristor
Of lielevan House, Albany, ., an
Clareudou Hotel, fsaratoi?. 7-7-dam.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Window Glass. Win
dow Shades, fee.
Always on band, Um e4Vb rated UluiaiaaUoc
Oornar XlvBth BtTaat and Waahlna
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hational Bask Buildiag, op-stairs
?ha Oldest Eatabliahad Araney la Boat
rn Illinois, representing o-wtt
tG5 000 OOO .
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneotown, Evans-
vino, ijOuiHTiue, cinoinnatt
and all way landings.
The (' i:nir i'le-vnvl ri.-uiifi
WALIkll II. riC1MNurtl!lM.MM Mallet
Chahlkm I'kmmki.tom t'lerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at ti
o'clock p. in.
1 he Heel steamer
ItiM Howard ,
hu. 1 IIOUAM.
Invest airo every SATURDAY.
Kach bout luakeM close connection at Cairo
With tiriil-claaa steamers for St. l.oiii.,, Mriu
pliiHandKew Orleans, aud at Kvansville with
IllH K A C. K M for ! IiAinta V.nl, .,,.1 I.'-...
andwilhtlie liiiiaville Aluil nimhun uti
poiuta on the I'piier Ohio, giving throiiKhre
neliits ou freight and aiuH.-UKers to ail iomts
ror unner liilorinatlon apply to
WU1.. 81LVKK, I'assenrer Agent.
I1AI.UDAYBR08.7I . " ,
J.M. l'HILUI'S. ' I Agents.
Or to U. J. (iUAMMKlt,
Superintendent and tiui ral Freight Agent,
liKl-'Jo-lv. ' fe.vanaTille ludiaaa.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la tbe Grand old
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Curo.no
aVohe, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man bodyor the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A. bottle oostins; 25 o., 60a. or $1
hss often saved the life of a ITuman
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
N IreelM. lit
t bartered Ii the
Male ol Illinois
lor the egress
purpose ot I v nig
u all vases of urivale. rhronir. and urinary ili-
seaws in all their complicated twins. It Is well
koowu that Dr. Jaiuea has alool al tile liead of
I lie urofeaaion for lite oast . veam. Ate and
esperieuivareall-iuiiMiruut. Mvuiiaial Mrak
rw, nigm losses ny urvams. pnnpies ou ine
la lost niaiiniMWi. can laisiiiveijr runmi
lilies w auling Uie niot delicate attention, call
or write. I'lea.-ant home for iailienl. A lk
for the million. Marriage liunle. whs k lella
yau ail about UteatwaM'Swiiu buoui j hisitj
whv not lo eriits lo pay (NuUge. I 'r .laim-a
nas i rooms sail parlor Vuu arc no one l a
the iloctor tSiae hours. a. an. I '
davit. 10 lo AH Uwiuert strn-lly conMilea
CINCINNATI WESLEYIN COLLEGE.
TOR TOUMQ WOMEN,
Iteglu ita 35tb year Sept. l.jin. faculty
nuiubers il, Magulflcaot iuildtngs, gener
ous tabla. Thorough cure lu Kutib,
si lence, Claaaica, and Modern Langu ;.
llnsurpaiiaed advantages (or uiu-lo and art.
Adilrsaa the 1'resident, Ket. Ihtvid II,
Moort, P.U , Ciuciauai, O. 7-tMiw-t.