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J. G. LYNGITS
Real Estate Column
Atsjftamlcr county lands t'alro lots,
x-lfcn for SL IOtils property.
'i FOR SALK.
'1 he sum halt of tlic "Pilot " house at
V FOR KENT.
Good two fitory brick store room on
1 omnierclal nvenuo between Klevcuth
and Twelfths .
First floor of Lritk dwelling corner
Nineteenth tiud Poplar streets,
Saloon and fixture, southwest corn
er F.ighteenth street and Commercial
tvenue, at a bargain.
CotUjo on Twelfth street, wct ot
Jommcrclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling houc on 'nm sticet, wei
of Washington avemhi,
Two business house on I.evcc i-trcet,
yWe Eighth, f 20 enehV
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
'treet, near CoinmerelHl avenue.
Store room on Conimwssnl avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 room ou Twenty-third
street, and Holbrook avenue $0. (rood
yard and ciftern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining nbove,
Up stairs of ouu on Commercial av
enue, near 19th street. Suitable for
business and Jwelling, $5.
Tenements numbered H and 9,
Winter' Row, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put in flirt-divs
Orphan Afvlum building and premi
se. Rent low, to a good tenint.
-fctore room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ot the city.
FOR LKASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Parish, School Notice.
The next term of the Parish School
will begin Monday, September 4th, and
continue in session sixteen week. Term",
Eight Dollars tor the sesion, or lifty
cents per week always i atabll in
Ai Act. There will be no extra charg
for any atudy except for the study of
mimic. For instruction In vocal and in
strumental music, the valuable aerviees of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have bocn secured.
The success of the school has been such
that the Rector deems it liest to state,
that only a limited number of pupils can
lie accommodated. He will receive thoMJ
who apply first for admission. He prom
ises to all thorough instruction in the
common English studies, in the higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, ;md
also in Latin and Greek.
Charm: A. Gilblut.
wo fr Btiarc riia in ariro .
I will from this dat sell leather and
findings cheaper than ever belore ottered
Best Cincinnati oak sole..... Wet, lb
Howard bct slaughter
leather 31 to 32
All other leather and tindings In pro
portion. No. !) Commercial avenue, be
tween Fitth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi-
noi. Boots and ahoes made op in the
latest stylet, and ot the best material and
good workmanship. Boots and shoV at
reduced prices. Aud only tho the bet
St. Louis custom-made and my own
make of boots and altoes will be sold.
8-lS-tf c. K k h,
Vbroaieal Die Hurki.
Ofllce corner Fight street and Com
mercial avenue, in Reiser building,
Silks, Wool, half Wool ShawN, etc.,
eltoned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put In thorough order. Satli
8-8-dlut F. St -ii ichs & Cu.
Uo Ike .qoualftluB of Colorado
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Ritilroud, the new and popular line from
Atchison aud Kaunas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Fueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
It) and all poluts in Colorado, New
ilexlco and Arizona. Special round
trip ti. kets to Denver, only f .iO, allowing
Mop-off privileges both ways ou the
tnuiu line, and at Colorado Springs,
Maultou and l'ike'a l'eak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mi no.
l'ullmau Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri Rivir and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains fur
Denver ami Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and tho " San
J turn Guide,'' address,
T. J. ANDER80.V,
Gen. ta$. Agt.,
7-lHtf 'i'oi'tKA, Kan.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
C. uud V. R. R. track iu Cairo at $30 per
cur loud of .
ThU Coal has So superior for grates
and household uses generally.
Add rem till orders lor coal to
James A. ViaLl & Co.,
Single cord 13 60
Five rord lots 3 23
coal. fakamsk m uij mcodv :
Sluglu ton $3 50
Three 3 23
Five 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A cholra lot of kindling ou hand
by C. W. Wheeler & Co.
Auif 4 -2 in
ThU popular saloon, cornr Fourteenth
street and Washington aveiue, U open to
the public. The bar U applied with
pure wlnet, choice liquor md the finest
brand of cigars.
3-25-tf Jot. Rosecr, 1'rop'r.
FOR HIKIllr K.
W are authorised tn announce JoHN It.
KHINMN a a Candida e for Sheriff of Alea
andcr county, at tb romlnfr county election.
W are authorised In announce that K. A. Ed
mundson lean independent Republican candi
dal lor sheriff, at the eusiiina; county flection.
Wc nre authorised to announce I'ETEK SAt.'P,
for an lndceiideiit candidate for .heriffof Al
exander county, at the eimiing county election.
STATK A TTOKSKY.
Editor Bii.ulti I'lcae announce that I
am a candidate for the oflice of HIm Attorr.cy
for Alexander county at th November elec
tion. V M. C Ml 1.KIV.
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able IN ADVAffCB
Transient advertising will !r.ti-!ed at th
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and So cent for each subsequent one - A I ibcral
discount will 1 made on Manning an diopl
For Inserting Kunerul notice H Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders M cents for
Cburch, Hoclety, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted an advertisement
Kr advertisement will be received at less than
ftu cent!", and no frlvcrtlsenient will lie Inserted
for lest than three dollars per month
, Zjocai Business Notices, of
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in the Bulletin as follows :
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Mo Reduction will be made in above
AHCALON LolKiK, NO. rd.
Kniirhtn of I'vthiaa. mwUtvOT Fri-
' In-; flight at ball-pant iwven, tn Old-
ti'lln!' iiaii - uowi,
ALKXANDKK I.OIXJE, SO. HA.
lodeiwndent Order i.r Md-el-low.
nier-U eterr TburitdaT tiiiftit
A at Uulf-it fteten. in their hull on
,olnliiTvi.! avenue, between sixth and Seventh
reft i N. A, DsvoitK, N i
"Vllto FNCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. F., meefa
, iii nl I- 'elli.wa' Hail on the fi ret and third
iiexlay in every mouth, at balf-pst seven
A. Iomi(". C P
P CAIIM I.OfX.K. NO. JT.A.F. 4 A. M.
Hold tveulnr communications in Mi
sonic Hall, corner ommere.ial aveuue
'nr't r.iiriiih atrwt, on the aecond and
i.rili .M..iiilav "leuU inoutb
FRIDAY. AUG f ST 2'.. 1TC.
I .oral Heat tier Mepori.
Caimo.Iu... Aii '.', IrC' .
JJah. J .Tub. j H'i.id. VL. Wat
.'III Ol , V4
Pereant. Signal herrlee. I'. S. A .
Dr. .1. J. Gordon has gone to the Cen
tennial. The Vindicator held their regular
meeting at I'liillis' hall last night.
Messrs. O. A. llarker and W. W. Royt,
ol Vienna, were in tho city on Wednes
Go to R. .loues. fashionable boot aud
ehoe maker, Alheneuiu building, for the
Ceiiteiinial boot. 8-10 -fit
Mr. Jamei A. iall, the coal niert hanl
of Iiarrisburg, wan registered at the
Mr. and Mrs. II. Candec start lor La
Salle to-day. From La Salle, where they
will make a short visit, they go East.
Go to R. Jones, fashionable boot aud
shoe maker, Athcneum building, tor the
Centennial boot. S 19 Ct
Georce Croften, for live years an em
ploye of the Bt'LLETi.v office, died of
consumption at the home of his isier on
Third street, yesterday afternoon.
nermann Levi displays in his room
w indows. Com Jiereial avenue, two Illu
minated towers, or palaces, which he has
named " Tllden' aud " Hendricks.
Hermann Is Democratic to the ;or?.
The business room, CI Ohio levto
lately occupied by I. Farubaker, is va
cant aud for reut. For particulars aMdy
to Robert Smyth, 72 Ohio levee. tt
The Little. Antelope, having siguitied
his Intcntiou to meet the tiger, McGee,
in a joint polilieal disciusiou at Jake
Bradley's barbecue to-morrow afternoon,
an effort w ill be made to bring J. R. Cuu
niii'.'tiain, of Mound City, to Cairo, to
hold up the eud o! theludcpmdcuts.
The Mississippi Central passenger train
yesterday morning took quite a number
ol Democrats from this city to Fulton,
Kentucky, to the Tllden aud Hendricks
barbecue. Mr. Llnegar, w hy addressed
the people of Fulton on the occasion, wua
also a passenger ou the traiu.
Gen. Singleton, of (Juincy, and Gen,
Meyer, of Chicago, will address the Inde
pendents of Johnson aud adjoining coun
ties at Bloouitiuld, Johnson county, to
day, We understand the Independents of
that section are all going for Peter
Cooper lor president. J
Just received at Paul II. Schuh's the
following celebrated brands of Seiden
lrg'n Key West cigar :
Loudres de Corte,
Opera Wouffe. n
The l lttle-Antelope-witli-the-Stumpy-
Tall, accompanied by his friends and
backers, went to Hodge's park yester
day morning. Justus Cunningham, we
are told, was also there, aud was to ad
dress the boys. Mr. Cunningham, no
doubt, divided the honor with Little
Antelope, for be la certainly uot behind
him in brains and eloquence.
Uouse breakers have heeu doing the
town of Vienna, and in one or two In
stances have succeeded in carrying off
considerable plunder. A few nights ago
they entered the residence of Mr. JHam
Jackson, ol the firm of Ilain A Jackson,
and stole a qunntlty of valuable silver
plate. County Clerk Royl's house was
also entered, but the thieves failed to se
cure valuable booty.
Vesterday afternoon between three and
lour o'clock, little Jim Boone, a boy
fourteen year old, while playing with a
pistol, near the corner of Thirteenth and
Poplar streets, was shot through the
hand by the accidentia! discharge of the
In vlewol the action of the "Sweepers"
a lew nights ago, the paragraph about
the Townes men ami Oberly was
very mean. Its publication was forbid
den by Mr, Oberly, but the young man
who presides over the lorms says it got
in by accident. The excuse Is thin,"'
ami all the swearing we could do about
the matter in a religious way we have
Golconda now publishes a newspaper
called the Pope County It'ormrr, which
advocates strict relorm in the politics ol
the country, favors the election of Tilden
and Hendricks, and the success of the
Democratic ticket entire. Long may the
liefunuer live, say we. Mr. Abbott,
treasurer of Pope county, and Daniel F.
Clark, one of the editors, were In Cairo
and paid the Bi li.kti.n a call.
'1 he contest for local oflices iu John
sou county is animated. For the olllcc
ol sdieriff there are five or six candidates,
among them the present sheriff, Mr.
Carter, and ex-Sheriff Gray. It is
thought Carter will be re-elected. For
circuit clerk there are six candidates all
popular young men. The Democrats
and Independent are a uuii on Steward
for governor, The Independents, wilj
go for McCartney, Independent candi
date for the legislature.
Among the arrivals at the Planters'
were John T. Guyre, Memphis; George
M. Dugan, R. W. Duitran, Memphis; F.
E. Jewett, St. Louis; O. A. Harker. Vi
enna; A Ficholas, Sune Fort; A. Wall
ing, Vincennes; A. Davidson, Metropolis;
Mrs. M. Rusehe, Metropolis; M. L.
Hight, Vienna; James A. Viall, Harris
burg, Mrs. James Shirly, Matlord, Cana
da; John McDonald, Paducah; Harry II.
Newman, St. Louis: IJ. W. James, Du
Ojuoin; C. II. Cornstock. Chicago; Ed. P.
Hargus, Kentucky; F. M. Gillespie, Vi
enna; Max Kirehner, Poplar Bluff: W. W.
At the St. Charles yesteiday were II.
Bahra, Pinkueyviile ; J. G. Brown, New
Vork; II. Mosler, Cincinnati;" J. B.
Hinkle, New Orleans; Miss Annie An
derson, New Madrid ; W. D. Heath, Chi
cago; C. W. Calwell, Canton, Ohio;
Mrs. N. Stafford, St. Louis; W. R.
Stakely, New Orleans ; Augut F. Cam
eron, St. Louis ; C. S. Odiane, Bos
ton ; John Carcom, Friers Point : F. C.
Barnes. Cincinnati ; Itaac Black, Lewis
burg, Ark,; M. D. Sneed and J. C.
Clark, Kaciasko, Miss. ; Col. Luke
Mosby, St. Louis ; Wm, B. Railord,
Liberty, Miss.; John McGinley, son and
daughter, New Orleans; George Lee,
Chicago ; M. E. Layman and wile, Miss
H. E. Layman. Mrs. Slierrer and Mrs.
Sherrer, New Orleans.
From Mr. Baker, a baggage master on
the Mississippi Central railroad, we learn
the following In regard to the terrible
disx-ter which happend to a passenger
train on that road on the morning of the
21st Inst. When crossing a trestle work
anout eight miles this Fids of Jackson,
Miss., the traiu was precipitated Into a
creek by the giving away of the bridge.the
pillars ot which had been washed away
by a heavy rain during the night pre
vious. There wers four persons killed,
two of whom were Canadians, one a ne
gro woman and a Chinemau, besides fif
teen wounded. Mr. Al. Arnaut of Pa
ducah and James B. Bough of New Or
leans, messengers on the train, and both
well-known here, were badly, though
not dangerously hurt. The dead and
wounded were all removed to Jackson,
where the wounded are all receiving
medical treatment at the expense of the
company. The train was badly wrecked.
From a letter from Major William J.
Sykes, president of the projected Cairo
and Tennessee River narrow gauge rail
road, we learn that that portion of the
road which will lie between Paris aud
Mayfleld, Kentucky, will soon be put
under construction, and that he hopes to
have trains running from Paris to Mav-
lield within twelve months from this
time. As soon as the road is under con
tract in Tennessee, the engineer corps
w ill be set to work on that portion of the
road between Cairo and Mayfleld. Mr.
Sykes says with the assistance which he
hopes to get from capitalists lu St. Louis,
he thinks he can tiuish the road from
Cairo to Mayfleld w ithin two years. The
road, he holds, can be built for six hun
dred thousand dollars, and will pay hand
some dividends. That portion of it lying
between Paris and Maytleld, adisUuce of
thirty-eight miles, will not cost when
completed and equipped more than six
thousand dollars per mile, and must,
therefore, pay. Twenty-three miles of
the road from Brownsville toward Cairo,
will be iu runulng order this year. Th
Brownsville and Paris roads will unite
An luuueustt Nloclt Couiiii;.
By a communication trom Mr. Oscar
Haythorue, dated at Boston, we are in
formed that he has purchased for cash,
and consequently at the very lowest
prices, the largest slock ot boota and
shoes ever bought for the Cairo market.
He wishes our citizens all to know that
he will give them the benelit of his great
purchase, aud he will sell at Utter rates
than ever before. Hold your orders till
he mines, S-20-4t.
In New Vork
Now laying Iu one of th largest and
most complete lines of ready-made cloth
ing of the latest style. Hats tor the fall
and winter, genu furnishing goods, etc,;
-te. 25-3t A. Marx.
Cairo, III., Aug. 21th, 170.
There has lieen no chnngo In the con
dition of the weather, unless It it that it
is w aimer than at the time f our last
Issue. Ol course the excessive heat has
had a good deal to do with producing
the dullness which pervades busi
ness circles, and especially In the butter
and egg market. A cool spell will
liven the market wonderfully.
The flour market has been quiet,
though somew hat better than for a tew
days previous to our last report. Mer
chants are generally of the belief that we
arc about ou the eve of an active season
of business iu the trade if the indication ol
the present are to be relied on. The In
quiry for flour since Monday has been
very lair. The market Is well slicked
with all grades.
There has bee nochangc In the hay
market of any note. New in a heated
state continues to come In, for which
there Is very little demand, while strictly
choice would sell to much better advan
tage. Of the better grade there is a scar
city. The mills are still clamorous for choice
white corn for milling purposes, but they
are unwilling to pay the prices demanded
by holders. Tne market is almost bare
of corn of any description, but with the
exception of that wanted by millers there
is no demand. The receipts of oats for
several weeks back have been very light
but within the pa.t lour or five days they
have been even less, and there are very
few of any description on the market,
while the demand is very fair.
The meal market is looking up consid.
erably, and to-day there Is a fair demand
for both country and city brands. There
is a scarcity of both, there being very
little, if any country, in the hands ol
dealers. Country will bring $2 25. City
is held ut $2 3,70,2 40 per barrel.
The weather is fearf ully hot, and the
butter and egg tradu is completely de
moralized. The market Is overstocked
with both, and no sales ot the former, to
speak of, are being made, while more
eggs are exploding than are being sold,
and many have been thrown into the
Notwithstanding the receipts of poul
try since our last report have been lib
eral, dealers have found no difficulty In
di-posing of all arrivals at the price
Peaches are coming into the market
freely, and sell very well at prices given
below, though a limited number of boxes
of choi.v have sold at fifty cents.
fcg-Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and tor broken lot It 1
necessary to charge an advance over
This market is well supplied with all
grades. The demand Is very fair. The
sales reported were 300 barrels various
grades, $3 50(3 '3 ; 300 barrels various
grades, S3 60(aJ 50 ; 100 barrels XXX
w inter, $5 00 ; 300 barrels various
gra.les city, $4 OOfaS r0.
This market is full ol bay in a heated
condition. Sales of this kind are slow.
Of choice there is a scarcity. There is a
a fair demand lor the latter. We note
the sale ol 1 car choice Timothy, $i) 50 ;
1 car choice Timothy. $15.
There is a good demand at the mills
for choice while in bulk. There is no
corn ot any kind on the market to speak
of. There is very little demand besides
that of the millers. We note the sale of
200 sucks choice white, 50c.
We note the sale ot 1 car of Southern
Illinois in sacks, 33c. The receipts of the
past lew days having been exceedingly
light, there Is very little on the market
while the demand is very fair.
No Biles of meal were reported, though
the demand is good. City meal is in
limited supply. Country, of which there
is noue here, will bring $2 25.
There is a good supply of Bran. It is
dull. We note the tale of 3o0 sacks at
This market Is overstocked with few
sales being made owing to the very hot
weather. The sales noted were 1 tub
Northern, 18c ; 8 packages Southern Illi
nois, fresh, l!c.
The market is full of eggs, with more
rotting than are being sold. They aro
being thrown into the river by the case.
We note tho sale of 2 cases. lOe; 6 cases,
Sales were 4. coops hens, $3 23 ; 2 coops
spring chickens, $2 60 ; 1 coop spring
chickens, $1 75; 1 coop spring chickens,
$1 75. There has been a good demand,
and no trouble has been found in dispos
ing of all arrivals.
The receipts of peaches have lieen liber
al. Choice are selling at CO cents per
box. We note the sale of 100 boxes iim
dium, 3O40 cents per box.
We quote salt In car load lots, $1 50
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 150 bbls salt. SI 001 70.
. HIDES AND FURS.
Sheep Pelts Green 73c $1 25 ; dry
40 f$ 90o shearing 10 20V.
Furs Beaver No. 1 $2 60; No. 2
$1 60; No. 3 $1 ; No. 4 50c. Otter No.
I $d ; No. 2 ti ', No. 3 2;No. 4 $1.
Miuk No. 1 $1; No. 2 73c; No. 3 60c;
No. 4 10c. Raccoon-No. 1 70c; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
I 85o No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No 3
50c; red fox No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c,
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8; No. 3,
6c, Mukrat -No. 1 20c ; No. 2 15c ; No.
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. i
$3; No. 41. Wolf Mountain No. 1
ti 60; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 1 ; No. 4 73c;.
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 f I 26 1 No. 2 60c,
Wild Cat 23c. House Cut 10c. Badger
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon or
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered ear
!art tin 1 am ba . . a.-. a
.v... r. w, lump, d ou; not, 911 76 '
m oZT!1, "nle to"' lnp H J nut
J , Kaum or Iiarrisburg coal on
tMftlr tut I , r- r
...v- ,, ,BU, mmp, ; nut, f 10; dc
iTeredper ton, $3 hot Pittsburg per
car loads on track, fa ho per ton tingle
on, delivered, $0.
A Urantl OpBlaa;
Of all the latest style for tall wear of
ready-made clothing, cravats, ties, the
new styles of hats and cap, and In tact
tho latest ot everything, will take place
at A. Marx, Ohio Ivee, In A few days.
Probalt .onrt-ARsl Term, 17.
Fob no Day,
In the matter of the estate of Jamc II.
L'pchurch, deceased, R. . Edmundson,
administrator. Sale bill approved and
ordered recorded. It was further ordered
that the said administrator account for
the balance of the certificates appraised
and not accounted for.
In the matter ot the estate of Peter
Dowd, deceased, Inventory approved and
ordered recorded. In tho matter ol the
same estate, the oppralscment bill was
approved and ordered recorded, and
It was further ordered that the sum $314
be allowed as the widow's specific award,
to lie paid in due course ol administra
tion. In the matter of the estate ot James II.
Ridgeway, deceased. R. E. Edmundson,
administrator. Sale bill approved and
ordered recorded ; and it was further or
dered that the said administrator file ad
ditional sale bill for articles sold at prl
In tho matter of the guardianship of
Julia and Sophia Broderick, thinor heirs
of John Broderick, deceased; John Crow
ly, guardian, appeared and presented bis
resignation as such, and also a report,
which report was approved and the re
signation accepted ; and it was ordered
by the court that upon filing receipt and
approval thereof, from his successor, for
the amount iu his hands, the final dis
charge should be entered.
In the matter of the estate ot Alfred
Cauble, deceased. Mile Canble, adminis
trator. Continued to next term.
WhU for lb Boss '
Stock of ready-made clothing and gent's
furnishing goods now on the way trom
the east lor A. Marx, wholesale and re
tail clothing merchant on Ohio levee. 3t
Paper maps ot the city of Cairo
unmounted, Just received and for sale at
tho Bclietix office, suitable lor mail
ing, or can be folded to carry In the
pocket. Price $1.00; also two pictures
ot Cairo, showing each street and each
house. Apply at the office.
What Will Ton do About It?
Wait, of course, and buy clothing,
shirts, hats, hosiery, ties, suspenders,
underwear and everything needful of A.
Marx, Ohio Levee. His stock is always
full and fashionable. 25-3t
J. GEORGE STEINHOUSF.
on Eighth street, two door from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Lyon's KaThairo.n makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norival. 3-10-dtwly
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallerv.
Wa DBrajmnirr. Rirsn Repot, I
Auk. 24. 1S74 i
I ABOVE I
STATION. LOW WATE. CIIANOI.
FT. IK. TT. III.
Cairo 1H S 8
Pittaburtr 1 4
CinrinnaU 1 71 I
lxuiville U To S
Nanhville 3 ' X J
St. Loin l.l X
KvanRville j i O
Mmihn - ja 1 X 8
u ksliurfr 21 7 4
Sew OrlruOH n :j a
Helow nls'h water of 17.
Serifeant, Sitcnal service, I . S. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
' Shannon, New Orleans.
James Hobson. tow, Louisville.
Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, Vicksburg.
" T. F. Eckert, Memphis,
Arrow an. I tow, St. Loui.-..
" Con Millar, Memphis.
John F. Tolle, New Orleans.
Steamer James Flfk, Paducah.
" Whale ami barges, St. Louis.
' Shannon, Cincinnati.
" James Hobson, tow, O. river.
" Capitol City, Vicksburg.
" Gulden Rule, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Arrow and tow, St. Louis.
.'. " Con Millar, Cincinnati.
" John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
The Golden Rule had all she wanti-d
and did not land.
The James Fisk leaves promptly at
five o'clock lor Paducah.
The Shannon passed up for Cincin
nati without making anv addition here.
The Whale and barge passed up for
The Capitol City added 20 tons to
her good trip.
The Grand Tower had a good trip
for St. Loula and added 25 ton here.
The Eckart came up from Memphis
Wednesday nlgbt. and will lay her a few
da v. during which time she will prob
ably make an excursion trip.
The Arrow went back to Sr. Loul
with a barge of cement.
The Con Millar passed up wtru a
good trip, '
The John F. Tolle passed up with a
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTHERN R V COMPANY
has, through It nactlon In tot We
and northwest, plaoed on sale a largs
number of Tocairra' Excursion Ticerts
at greatly reduoed rate, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philaoslphia, but can, la addit
ion, visit the principal eatern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at aay ol ths great
number of famou resort la Mw York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA BOUfU
ERN it the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving psssen
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ot the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HOUSE SHOE FALL, the GREAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly at the
Kails. The track of the CANADA SOUTH
ERN is an air line, laid with steel rail o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves
or grades; wood Is used for fuel ; Coaches
are lurnUhcd with the Wlnchell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring prefect freedom from
dust. With its complete system of magatf
cent l'AKLOR SLEEPING AND DRaW
ISO ROOM CARS from CniCAOO
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and It admir-able-
connection at NIAGARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast becominsr the
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can he procured at al
offices of connecting lines, or at the com
Any information can be obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW.
Gen'l Tass. and Ticket Ag't. Detroit
E. r. Knnkel a Bitter Wine or Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
neaknets, attended with )iu;.toni; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty or breathing, general we iknesi., horror
of diseano, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful borrcrof death, night went, col i fert,
weakness. (1iinn s of vision, languor, uni
verse tas-Lude ot the muscular iv-lem.
enormous appetite with dynieptK' )iu
toms, b t bunlr, thr-hir.g ol th bo fy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid cotintrtia co und
eruption en tbe face, purity ing the blood,
paiu In the b k, heaviness ol tb eyelids,
ireiuini uiacK apota using neiore tlie ryes
wi'.li temp nary sutU-ion and loss of tikfht.
want of attendun, ete. These xymptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to r. iupilv
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Uiiier Wiue of
l a. it never falls. lhounnd are now
enjoying h-nlth ho hae ued it. Take
only E. F. Kunkel's.
Hewara of counterfeit and has imita
tions As KiinkelN Hltte- Wine of Iron is
co well kuim n all over the country, droit-
giHts mmiKi'ivr nnne nn imu-uion ana try
to ael" It ott to tne.r cus roers, when they
call for Kunkel's B.tter Wine or Iron,
Kunke:'s Blfer wine of Iron is rut un
only in ft bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on me ou'ste witn tlie pro
prietor's photograph on tti wrapper of
each bot'le. Always look for the photo
praph on "be out-Ida, and you Will always
be ure to g-t the genuine. One dollar pel
bottie, or six for t.". Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to des-roy Pin Seat and Moinach Worms.
Dr. Kunaei, tne only luccessiui pnjslcian
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
aUve, with bead, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that if Tape Worm
be lemoved, all othr worms can be rcadliy
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun.
kel, No. a North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist, and ask
for a bottls ot Kunkel's Worm ttyrup.
Price, ftl.00. It never tails.
How To Make Honey.
We will state that tbo surest, best and
speediest way to ''multiply and inc ease"
is to call at No. 12 Wail Mtrcet, New York,
and consult with Alex Frotbtngham A Co,
Tbee gentlemen, who have long been
Identified with the history and atl'.ilrs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary affairs, and In everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proficiency. It may alo be said that
of the many Brokers in that city they are
not only the most popular, but also the
most successful, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near the vicinity of
Anion? the customers ot the house of
Alex Frotbingham & Co . are some of our
leading and representative citizens, who
are mainly Indebted to the labors of this
firm lor much of tbe wealth they now enjoy.
Durin the long and successful exper
ience of Messrs. Alvx. Frotbingbsm & Co.,
In tills city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
colossal in its proportions. In fact, tbe
amount of business done by this house in
the course of a year Is something wonder
ful, and often forms the subject of com
ment. It need but a visit to their spacious
btflces in Wall street to prove the txuth of
the above statement.
How they manaje to convert $10 to $20,
f-in to 40, til into too, and so on, is a
secret which they alone can explain ; but
that they succeed in doing so is a fact t"o
well known to admit of doubt. It you
would safely aud profitably invest your
money, Uo not hesitate to favor tM firm
with your cash aud confidence. That by so
doing you wlii reap an abundant re w aid,
the experience of thousands ol our best
citizens attest. Ths necessity of taking
such a course in these time of tottering
banks and fiuancWl stringency must be ap
parent to the most inditl'ereut and careless
Messrs' Alex. Frothlnghatn A. Co., are
prepared to invent money to any amount in
tbe best securities, aud In every transac
tion in which they may be engaged guar
auteo en' Ira satisfaction to those who honor
them with their pat'onage.
jTAend for their KxpUaatory Circular
and Week iv ucporis, wnicn iney nun irre
to alt who d-'slre trm. from A' V. JlV
trnjinlU. Apn't III. IK". 7-IH-f:Im
Southern District ofMinols.-s. AtCairo tbe
Kith day ot ASjfust. A. 1. lS7t.
The uud rlgne t hereby gives notice of
h s appoiiitmebt as asaiiiiice of WaUon U.
Rockwell. Ut of Ctt.ro, in the ounty of
Alexander and Mite ol l ilnols, wltlilu sld
district, whj has boen adtudged i.ankrapt
upjn his own puliilon by the ilistilct ootirt
Ol said di.trlc. GEORUE P13HEK,
Aug ITdUw As-lfc'Lee.
By virtue of an execution to am directed
by the Clerk of the v ireutt Court ol Alox
au 'sr County, iu the 8'aie ot I duois, fu
tuvor of Bernard Mc Manns aud gtiat
James A. Fry, I bavs levied upon the I1
1 wlug described f'i peit), iu rirt Addit
ion to the illy ol Calr-t, in the County of
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit:
All or the il.ht t'tlt) and interest of mid
James A. Fry lu and to lot mimhred thir
teen (I3i in bio jk numbered foriy.se, en (47)
which I shall offer at pjMi" aa'e at the
S juth-west door of ths Court Uuse lu t ie
City oi Cairo, In tlie Jo'inty ot Alesande
aud State ol Illlii ds, on ths pith day ol kip
te tuber, A. D., IHTti, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., for cash, t atlly said ex
ecution. Alex. H Ikvim,
S'lerlff of Alexander t ouuty, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., July li, 1876. dtd
The Old Bailable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Ha re-opeued hi establishment In the
Where can be found an extra tin to:k
of goods in his line.
Give Joact call. ft-19-tf.
The n. M RailrouJ tJVs Lstxti t The tw
Agricultural and block Couatry is America!
GOOD LANDS INA GOOD CLIPATC
PreljrhM fremlomsf r Improvrrucnta trea
..?i,.,t7 o'.'T ,u" rlculrre.
spplyto B.If,R.B lo., Uurlinstoa, lows.
the cle.k ot the circuit court of Wayne
count, In the State sflllinoU, In faror of Wn
lam jhaeffer andaa-ala.t ICIlvn Tnudals. I have
levied upon the fellowta oVarrlbe.1 property,
tS-w't ""1 Statooi Iiliooli,
Lota numbered one (t).two (2), thrt m.
four W. tlvt I,,, six (6)s.ren (') ami et (s).
ail In block nuniberod tr-n (Mi. in the third ad'
dltion M the cilvof airo.iu the county of Alex.
anderndtatof l.llnoia. aatheproiwrtvof the
said Mian I rour.rt.la, which 1 sh..ll oftVrat public
yaleat the ouih-wsat uooruf the t ouit ilouae
in he city oi tairo, la the eouty of Alexander
and state of Illinois on tae 81 III 'lay of Auftunt,
A. U , IK7, at the hour ul'eleTrn o'clock, s.m .
for CJh, to satisfy said tiecotfon. '
, i , Sheriff Alexander Comity, Ills.
(alto. Ills.. Aug. sth, ls7i. . dVtd
Chartered by tho
State of Illinois
for the: exiirena
purpose ot string
a ail caera ol priTate, chronic, and minarydi
aea in all their complicated form. It Is well
known that lr..'ainen has Mood at the head of
the prniwion lor the pat so years. Ate and
exiMTirnreareall-iniiHirtunt. Netnliial H rak
nrm, nijrht Iomws by drtams pimples on the
face lost manhood can positively le etirerd
Ijtdiea wanting the most delicate attention, cj.II
or write. I'leaMint home for patienta. AM
for the million. Marring)1 liuiile. which tells
you all about theee ducasne who should many
--whv not lo cents to pay po-tuf. lr Jamea
has ;o room and parlor. You see no one but
the doctor ufllce hours, im tn'pm Min
days, lu to li. All business strictly eunflilrn
By virtue of an execution to me directed by
the clerk of the circuit court ef Alexundrr
county, in tbe State of Illinois, in favor ol El
len n alsn anu agmln-t Hcrnnrrl TD th I Uxve
levied upon the lollowina deacrlbad properly,
In this euuuty of Alexander and aula of 1 Hi
Loth numbered twelve (12) and thirteen (U) in
Mock numbered two (.') I the undivided one-half
() of lot numbered eight (S) in bl ck num
bered twenty-even (J7,i theundiviiled vae-hnlf
(!;) of lots numbered seventeen (17) and eigh
teen (IS) in block numbered thirty ('). all in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and Mate
oi Illinois. Auo-iot numbered eevra ) In
blo.-k numlienxl twenty-aix (:), lot numbervd
nine i i) in nines numiwreii lony-ave to). lot
numbered thlrtv-seven (') la block nnmbeml
forty -srn (47), lot numliered ten (10) in block
numb' red eighty-three (1 The leave hold t -tere-t
in and to lot numbered eight (X) in block
numiwrea einteen UB). lovetner with ths
budding and lmvruvementa situated thereon,
nil salil last mentioned lota and blocks being sit
uated In the Unit addition to the eity of t.airo. In
the county of Alexander and State of Illinois, as
the property of the said Ueroard Smyth, which
1 shall oiler at publio sale at the Soutle-west dior
of the court Ho e In the city of Cairo, in the
county of Alexander and State of Illinois on tbe
Dlh dav of Aueuut. A !.. 176. at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a.m., lor Cash, to antlsf aald
execution. Al KX. H IBVI.V,
Sheriff of Alexander County, 111
Cairo, Ills.. AufUUHth l!)76. d-td
M. J. HOWLEY,
Office in Bross Building.
Refers by permission to A. B. Saflbrd, Cash
ier City National Bank, and Uon, F. Brose,
President Alexander County Bank,
Auk. in tf
Lincoln Butter Powder
Good Freh Butter all tho Tear Roan
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder is an entlreiv
harmless article made from a celebrated
English recipe, and now in daily ue bv
many of the most noted farmer in tho
butter counties around Philadelphia,
In hot weather this Powder makes butter
much firmer and sweeter than it usually Is,
sou aeeps ii irora turning ranrm it a: so
removes ine strong navor oi turnips, (rarllc,
weeds, c rn vtalks, cot on seed, etc.; and
the increased ylll of butter much iore
tnan pays iuj inning expense or using it.
85 Cents Par Parkafe.
Wnnt.tait t Dkdt tiWT MarVnt Kt .
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pump a. Stores
JohblaK PrasaVtly Daaa.
K0RTU SIDE OF EIGHTH STRXK1
Bstws 9 Waahlnirtoo asd Ooouaarela
I. M. osbulv.
a. w. rvart.
CAIB0 CITY BINDEEY,
PYATT sat CO,i
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
oiletia BalMlac. Oar. TwoUU fMraet
at4 WaasilartJ imu,
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