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J. O, LYNOH'S
A lexamW county lands, Cairo Ms,
k lunge for St. !ouls proiajrty.
A fine resident" on corner HiUbrook
avenup and Twenty-third atrwt, at a
The south halt of tl "Pilot" honm at
Good two story brick suitable for
stores and ofllws on CoraaVrclal avenue.
t tweon Eleventh and Twelfth.
IJrlck dwelling cwrtW Mneter nth
and Poplar afreet.
Saloon and flxturei, southwest corn
er Eighteenth streetywtd Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ot
Jommercial arenne, $4&
Dwelling house o(f (jross trw(, wm
! Washington avenue,,,'
Two business housemen lvec tnt,
atieve Eighth, $20 each.-'.
Store room on Corn mere wl avenue,
text to Wavcrly hotel, ti.
Two story bouse or Commercial av
enue. Two tenements 'finable for shops
and residence. .
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar street, $13 60. ,'
Store room adjolnlngbove, x.
Up stairs of house on &jrntnercial av
enoe, near 19th street, jfultable for
Tenement numbered S, 9 and 10
Winter' Row, 6 room each for $10
per month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building aid premi
ses. Rent low, to a good tenant,
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington arenue, $U a month.
Rooms In various parts oi tee city.
rOK LEASE OR SALE,
frauds, in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Parish School Notice.
The nest Una of the Pari School
will begin Monday, September 4tli. and
continue in session sixteen weeks. Terms,
Eight Dollar tor the aessiou, or lifty
oeot per week always i ayadlk i.x
AbVAXCK. There will be no extra charges
for any study except for the study ot
music. For Instruction tn vocal and in
strumental music, tbc valuable services of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have been secured.
The sucoeas of the school has becu such
that the Rector deem It bt to state,
that only a limited number of pupils can
be accommodated. He will receive those
who apply first for admission. He prom
ise to all thorough instruction in the
common English studies, in the higher
mathematics, the nataral wieacvn, and
aIo In Latin and (n-k.
HAr.ru A. Gii.ar.KT.
a. Sf Mtel Fl !; rr Umb. rtseatp
r tWS Ttr Befre SMlcl la .'Ura .
I will from this date sell lather and
findings cheaper than ever before ottered
Beit Cincinnati oak sole.... 40cU.lt
Howard's but slaughter
All other leather and findings in pro
portion. No. Isj Commercial avenue, be
tween Fifth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois. Boots and shoe made up in the
latest styles, and ol tlie best material and
good workmanship. Boot and shoes at
reduced price. And only the the best
St. Iouis custom-made and my own
make of boots and shoe will be sold.
8-18-tf C. Koch.
VstemleAl Djr) Works.
Office corner Eight Htreet and Com
mercial avenue, in Reisers building,
Silks, Wool, half Wool ShawU, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
. Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put lu thorough order. Satix
g-8-dlm F. Schichs & Co.
iiw e lb aiataasia f rlr4
by the Atchison, Topeka ami Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Xorte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all point In Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $50, allowing
stop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manltou and Pike's Peak. lxw 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
lenver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the ' San
Juan Guide,'' address,
T. J. Anderson,
Gen. Pat: AgK,
7-lStf Topeka, Kax.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
C. and V. K. K. track In Cairo at $30 per
car load of
This coal bas no bitbkiok for grates
a Hki household use generally.
Address all orders tor coal to
James A. Viau. & Co.,
biuglecord $3 50
Five zord lots M 3 25
COAL FAKADI4B AND BIQ MVDDY '.
Single ton $3 50
Three 3 25
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
silled. A choice lot of kindling ou hand
by c. W, Whcklck & Co.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is open to
the publie. The bar la supplied with
purs wins, oboia liquors and tha flooat
UwxU of ci-Vi.
S-35-tf - Jos.RoNTtrtit, rrop'r.
ff arc authorised to announce Jf)US II.
Ri)HlNON as a candidate for Sheriff of Ales
andrr county, at tbc coming count? election.
We are authorised toaaaoane that R. A. Ed
mundsoo la an Independent Heiaibtlean candi
date lor shentf, at the eaiulna eounlr election.
We are authorised to announce PETKR 8 AUP,
fur an indetrt-ndent candidate for Sheriff of Al
exander county, at th ensuinf count)' election.
BTATKS ATTORNEY. .
Editor Bixlitik: I'lttn announce that I
ant a candidate for the office of Mate Attorney
lor Alexander county at the November elec
tion. Wat. C. Mixatr.
BATE or AsiVEBTIftlNU.
tJ"AH bills for adYertiiinf, art due and pay
able l AOVAJICB
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of 11 M per square for the flnt laeertion
and SO cent for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and ditpl
For inserting Funeral notice ft M Notice of
meetlBX of aocietiea or secret order AO cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Sapper notloea
will only be Inserted as advertisement
No advertisement will be recetTcd at leas than
SO cent, and no advertisement will be Inserted
for lea than three dollar per month
Local Boalneea Kotioea, of
tan line or mora. Inserted
In tha Bulletin mm follows :
Commemoa Counting at tan Lin.
On Insertion par Una ft Centa
Tw Inavertlona par Una .. 7 Centa
Three lnaartlona per Una ...10 Oenta
lx lnaartlona par Una...... 16 Oenta
Two week per Una - 26 Centa
One month per Una .35 Oenta
Ho Reduction will be tn4e In above
A8CALOX LODGE, NO. 61.
Rnisrhut of Pj Uiim. meet every Fri
day ni-ut at half-paat aanren, in Odd-
rrilow' Hall. Hoi,
OALKXANDKB XAilMiK, NO. HA.
Independent OnW of OM-rti-low.
lueeta every Tburaday niht
at half-paet ae-en , in their hall oa
ottiiiM.Tcial avenue, between Sixth and Seventh
:reet N. A, DaroKfc, 5 U
MIJUO ENCAMPMENT. I. O. O. P.. tneeU
io old-r-tlow' Hall on the first and third
i n in every month, at bal-paat aevea
A. Coiimuo, C P
A CAIIKJI-OIK. NO.tr, A P. A A. M.
Hold rrrular eommuairatton ia ala-
aa. ontu Hull, corner Coounerc il avenue
and Eirhtb l.et, oa the aeoond and
'ourth Uoad-r oi each month .
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1S76.
IyeaJ Waattier Steper.
Caibo. lu... Am;. -'. Iifl,;.
Wiwd. J Vat. I Wbai.
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Syrgeact. Signal Service. V. S. A.
The public schools will open on the
tirat Monday Id October.
Pure old lashioned cider vinegar lor
sale at Stratton and Bird's. tf
The colored people's danco at Locust
Grove on Monday night, drew quite a
crowd ol w hite spectators.
Excellent winter upar cured liam for
sale nt Stratton and Bird's. tf
The police courts were very dull yes
terday. Neither ot the magistrates tried
Fpeclal bargains in lou-lins, dress
goods and flannels at Gold-tine & Roeen
A nobby line of hats and gents furnHi
ing goods jiHt reeelveil at Goldstine A
Rosenwater's. . 8-29-10t
it is predicted that the tobacco trade
is the coming business In Cairo. Why
should it not be i
New and desirable patterns in carpets
and oil cloths, cheaper than ever at
Goldstine t Rosenwater's. 8-29-lOt
Mr. R. H. Cunningham and family,
who have been spending the summer at
Dartford, Wisconsin, returned to Cairo
on Monday night.
Mr. SearlcB, attorney lor the Cairo and
St. Louis narrow guage railroad has been
in the city several days on business con
nected with that road.
The Sweepers are about to give a grand
torch-light procession. They are deter
mined to keep the ball rolling in behalf of
Tilden and nendrlcks.
The Arab fire company celebrates its
seventeenth anniversary on Friday night.
The members of the company are mak
ing big preparations tor the event.
Mr. J.ti. Tennatt is acting as yard
master for the Cairo and Vincennes road,
iu the place of Mr. Ostrander, who met
with such a terrible death last Friday.
The business room, CI Ohio levee
htcly occupied by I. Fambakcr, U va
cant and for rent. For particulars apply
to Robert Smyth, 00 Ohio levee. tf
Teu dollars per day and expenses to
live, active ageuta. Steady employment.
Address with stamp.
Chad. S. Dklav, Cairo, III.
Mr. T. A. Kearns having resigned bis
position as agent here for tha Cairo and
Vincennes railroad, that position we are
told, will hereafter be filled by Mr. Rob
Health Ottloer Brown began disinfect
ing the city with coal tar and gas lime
yesterday morning. He is completely
burying the low and unclean parts ol the
town with these purifiers.
Pr. Fargato and lady ot Burlington,
Iowa, who have been visiting at the resi
dence of Mrs. Louis Jorgenaon in this
city tor the last two weeks, left tor St.
Louis jtsterdsy morning.
Our proposed broom factory will
never, we tear, be a fact. Some things an
suggested that stop before Utey are ac
complished; Tlds is So rw Ue a h-marlc
that we heartily applaud it.
Who Is it that the Sun wants to get
scalped? He suggests that if Grant should
open a recruiting ofllce here be would
secure A "nice little batch of recrnits?-
,. . . . -.
Col. Shaver would not discuss with
boys; but be is willing to meet any of
the Democratic leaders. . He is consider
ing tho propriety of challenging Judge
Green and Col. Llnegar.-
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Some of our young men, we are told,
are talking ot organizing a Polo Club.
Their only drawback is, that there Is no
James Gorden. Bennett in this" locality
to furnish them with bronchos. ,
Mr. Charles Thrupp Is putting his
yard in order for the grand moonlight
fete to be iven by the Library Associa
tion on Friday night.' A big time Is ex
pected at the bands of the ladies of the
association on this occasion.
Fsom Conductor William Morgan, of
the Illinois Central railroad, we learn
that William Bowman, who in his at
tempt to kill Mr. Dilllnger, . near
Carbondale, shot Dillinger's little girl on
Saturday, was arrested and lodged in jail
on Sunday night. The child is dead.
Lumber tor the construction of a new
sidewalk on the west side of Fourteenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, is now on the ground, and
the work will be commenced in a few
days. This is a'mucbtneeded improve
ment, as the old sidewalk has become
fchaky, and in some places ungate.
Just received at Paul II. Schuh's tnc
following celebrated brand- f Selden
berg's Key West cigars :
Iondres de Corte.
oquetas, ' '
Opera Bouffe. It
It is said that Mr. Vincent, who owns
the large frame building on the corner of
Eighth street and Ohio levee, now occu
pied by Huse, Loomis & Co.'s ice agency,
will soon move the structure to the lot
formerly occupied by the Grand Ceutral
hotel, and build ou the lot where it now
stands a large brick, which will greatly
add to the appearance of that vicinity.
We understand that it it the intention
of the Little-Antelopc-with-the-Bob-Tail
to start out soon on an electioneering
tour through the district. He will go
armed with a copy of Mr. Uartzell's lute
speech, which he will riddle from begin
ning to end. We have heard it said that
he has finally made up his mind to elect
Mr. Charles Iiequemburg, who for the
lat year has been acting as agent at
Bird's Point for the St. Louts, Iron
Mountain and Southern railroad, has re
signed his position. He has gone into
partnership with Mr. Jecko, a prominent
merchant of Charleston, Mo., in the mill
ing business, near Charleston, where
they are now building a large mill.
The undersigned wishes to call the
attention of the citizens of Cairo to a
worthy and very needy family. They
with work iu repairing umbrellas and
parasols. In reseating chairs, iu stuffing
birds of all kinds, in mending locks,
guni, etc. They have on hand stufied
birds for sale. They can be found on the
flat boat, ju it below the St. Charles Ho
tel, or orders may be left at the Rectory
on Seve nth street.
Among those registered at the SU
Charles yesterdry were J. B. Chrisman
and wile, Brookhaven, Misa.jl V. J.
Searles, Waukegan;M. M. Morton, Mo
Comb City; J. Manhitner, Cincinnati;
A. P. Morehead and W. E. Scates, Jack
son. Tenn.; W.J, Scott, Louisville ; W.
Wiggins, Carbondale, Mrs. and Miss
Pope, Vicksburg; W. W. Lyons, St.
Louis ; J. A, Batesman. Chicago ; J. W.
Peckson, St. Louis ; Col. A. V7. Allyn,
U. S. A.
In crediting the item copied by the
Bu lletin, in regard to the responsibility
resting on the Cairo and Vincennes Rail
road company for tiie death of Silas
Ostrander, we gave the Sun credit, when
it should have been the Cairo Gazette.
The Sim man, we are quite certain, from
the tact that he heard the evidence ot the
several railroad men given at the Inquest
held over Ostrander's remains, was ac
quainted with the circumstances which
caased bis death.
Among the arrivals at the 1'lautcra'
House yesterday were I'. 1. Davidson,
J. B. Ohio and Wm. Hazclton, St. Louis;
Joseph Courtway, Mrs. J. 11. Bethuno
ami child, Mrs. G. II. Bridges and son,
Charles iiequemburg, and E. B. Sweet,
Charleston; E. P. May, Caledonia; J no.
H, Kuight, Pulaski; B. Morris, Morley ;
W. S. Lemon, Clinton, Ky.; E. B. Smith,
Mrs. J. M. and Mies Emma Smith, Mem
phis ; George W. J oh u son, Vienna ; G.
J. Biuford, Clinton, Ky.; A. J. Williams,
Humboldt, Tenn. - ; r i l
A special to the Chicago Timet, from
EOiugbam, dated Aug. 27, says "Yes
terday was a day of rejoiciug to the Til
dcuites. Front early dawu to dewy
evening the thousands crowded our
streets. A pole 170 feet high was attemp
ted to be raised, but twice it failed. The
third time was the charm. Hon. John
II. Oberly, of Cairo, was the speaker And
lor two hours held his vast audience
spell-bound with bis masterly eloquence.
His argument was sound, candid, and
convincing. A glee club of six male
voices furnished excellent, soul-stirring
Mr. M. B. Harrell. in the last uutuber
of bis paper says : The suspension of
the Cairo Gatette, which will date from
to-day, will last rmtil the revival ot busi
ness. par .WsMrUl ,wllij cefvla irt jhM
ofllce, ready tor tra whenever we may
And that we can make the paper self-sup.
porting. K. are set wtthoai hope that
the suspension will be of siuh short du
ration that we may K again take up the
editorial cudgel for Tildm, Hendricks,
Ilartzell and the Democratic state ticket.
In such a hojw we extend to the reader
what we trust to be only a short, a very
short. 'Good-bye "
JiMtus Cunningham and John Glad
ney have arranged for a joint discussion
of the political issues of the day to take
place at Parker's grove on . the narrow
gauge railroad sometime early in Octo
ber. .To' uso tunninz'fn,s own' lan
guage, he "proposes to canvass the entire
Eighteenth congregational district, com
mencing at Mattoon about the middle of
Septcmber,and Winding up at Vincennes,
Indiana, about the 25tn of the same
month," hence he will not have lime to
dispose ot Gladney before the first of
October. Jtttus is In the harm-si and
won't get out of them until the last day
In the evening. . ;
Justus Cunningham, Esq., must rise
up and explain. "Many citizens'' deny
that there was any row nt the Unity
meeting last week ; and they say, not
being fearful ol the wrath of Justus,
that a negro did not hit him with any
thing, and that he did not, as he says he
did, smear a tumbler over a head, fol
low it up with a pitcher, and conclude
the performance by wrecking the ;table
In his efforts at defene. We side with
Justus. He has a scar on his face,
which is strong evidence, we take It, that
somebody hit him with a tumbler, and
while he spoke to us of the outrage
Indignant tears filled his eyes. We are
sure he was the victim of an assault. He
must have been, else why this pleasing
hope, this longing after immortality.
The ladies of the Library Association
will give a moonlight tete at the resi
dence of Mr.Chas.Thrnpp.corncr Seventh
street aud Washington avenue on Fri
day, September 1. Admittance 10 cents.
Ice cream and cake 15 cents.
Arrangements have been made for the
benefit of those w ho wish to " trip the
light fantastic toe' at 50 cents a couple.
The grounds w ill be beautifully decora
ted and illuminated, and provision made
for those who wish to tnioy a quiet game
It is the intention ol the ladies to open
the library in a very short time. Ever
effort will be put forth to render the eu
tertainment pleasant to all, and we hope
the public will show their appreciation
of our endeavors by being present on
this occasion. ;Jt
Arrangements tor the Knights Temp
lar excursion on the steamer Eckert,
Thursday night, have been about com
pleted. The boat w ill leave the wharf at
half past seven o'clock, sharp, and will
proceed up the river, returning to the
wharf at eleven o;lock, in order to al
low those who may not wish to remain
out longer an opportunity to do so. She
will then take another trip either up or
down the river, returning to the wharf
at half fast twelve o'clock. The excur
sion will no doubt be a very enjoyable
one, and no lover of pleasure should tail
to attend. The silver cornet, and a first
class string band w ill be on board to fur
nish music ou deck and for dancing.
Refreshments will be served to all who
may desire them. Tickets can be ob
tained at all of the drug stores, at Park
er's book store, and of the members of
the committee, Messrs. Antrim, Rearden,
Phiills and P. W. Barclay, at one dollar
each for gentlemen and fifty cents each
L. W. Williams is a gentleman of color
who recently took unto himself a gay
young w ife, whom he gave a home near
the sipe water, margined by cockle burrs
and gagging thistles, near tho corner
ol Fifteenth and Walnut streets. Un-.
til Monday night no ripple has disturb
ed the calm ot L. W. and his wife's mat
rimonial sea. But there came a change.
L. W. for some reason that we could not
lesrn, got miffed at bis wife, and as is the
custom with his people, attempted to
Tent his rage by knocking her down.
No sooner, however, had he laid violent
hands upon her whom be had promised
to love and protect, than a third party
by the name of "Pink," appeared on the
scene, and gave orders for the rumpus to
cease at once, or he'd take a hand
himself. This served to in
crease the rage in L. W.'s
heaving breast, and he immediately made
for Pink, who quickly retreated only to re
turn with a horse-pistol with which he
intended to put out L. W.'s light. It
was now L. W.'s time to run, but ho too
quickly come back armed with an axe.
Pink was stationed at one corner of L.
W.'s house, atraid to move for fear that
he would miss L..W. with tho horse
pUtol, and theu .. W. would make
iniuoc meat of him with his axe, while
L. W. was at the other corner, con
vinced that it he came out, Pink would
let daylight through him with his bat
tery before he could get a lick at him
with his axe. This is the way the matter
stood when one of our clergymen passed
by, who observing the situation, quelled
tho riot by means possessed only by a
minister, and again ieacc an quiot
II I t'er the fctttle lair !
Illinois Ciktbai. Railboau Co..
.: caibo. Am.'ut , is;.;.
To jtcrsons wishing to attend the Illinois
State Fair to be held at Ottawa, Sept.
i to 9, we will sell excursion tickets to L
Salle and return for one and one-fifth
fare ($12 85). Tickets good to return
until September 11, Inclusive.
aug30-4t Gen'l Southern Agent.
J. titORGB STEIXHOI'bK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, U the place to get a
fashionable huh cut or a smooth shave
or anything else In the barber line. La
dles' and childrens' hair cut or dressed
either at the shop or their homes.
Liot'a . k'AiHAjaoei isaWifhl
rioaey.'luxortaTit half ; prevent fts fall
ing out or turning gray. It ha stood the
test of 40 y cars. It ttharJnlnglr perfumed
rr4 tai nortvti. i i i 2-ilKkkwly
From .Slew Tarat-Th rr t.ataat
. Mr. J. A. Goldstine ol the firm ot
Goldstln & Rnsenwater, who Is now in
New York city, writes to the firm that,
by reason of the demoralized condition of
the market In New York, he has been cn
abled to obtain splendid bargains In drv
good, notions, gents furnlshinc roods.
hats, Ac. These goods are arriving dally,
In large quantities, and an Inspection of
the goods and prices will convince those
who desire to purchase, that such bar
gains were never before offered In Cairo.
Sale rooms 130 and l.9 Commercial ave
Hagax's Magnolia Balm preserves
and restores the complexion, removes
freckles, tan and sallowness ; makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected. 3-10dawly
Was. DiPAimrtirT, Rivaa RtroT, t
Aua. .. W76 I
STATION. LOW WATBB. CHAKOI.
I sr. tit. rt. tie.
Cairo 1". .1 X 2
Plittbunr.-... . o fi 4
Cincinnati f 7
LoaUvlUe 7 -1
Naehville 10 fi
St. Loom I I ! ii
Memphis . 11 ,7 i.
VickntMi !.. n it
New Orleans u U 1
Below nigh water of 174.
Prrifeant, Siirnal Servir. I'. S. A.
Steamer James Fi?k, Paducah.
Jfimes Gilmore, St. Louis.
Arlington, New Orleans.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vicksburg.
Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Mary Miller, St. Louis.
The gauge at this point last evening
marked 15 feet 2 inches, showing a rise
of 2 Inches during the previous twenty
The James Gilmore came down
from St. Louis light, aud goes back w illi
a tow of coal.
The Arlington, after a very fcucccs.s
ful trip to New Orleans, passed up for
Cincinnati early yesterday morning.
The Fisk's principal freight from
Paducah yesterday was lumber.
The Ste. Genevieve passed up late
Monday night lor St. Louis.
The weather Is very warm.
The Eckert takts the Knights Temp
lar of this city out on a moonlight excur
sion to-morrow night.
The James Howard will soon leave St.
Louis for the South to go into the Mem
phis and New Orleans cotton trade.
The work ot repairing the damages
lately sustained by the famous Charles
Morgan aro being pushed forward very
fast at Cincinnati.
Business is quiet.
H f AXIAL NOTICES.
Mothers ran secure health for their chil
dren and rest for themselves by the use; of Cas
tora, a perfect substitute for Caator Oil. It if
abaelutely harmUns. and is ai pleaaant to take
a honey. For Wind-Coll ic aour stomach,
worms or contiitioo, lor younj or old, there
is nothing in existence like it. It Is certain, it
is speedy, it is cheep.
Caked Breasts, Rhumatisra, scia-
ica, swellings,' sprains, stiff joints, burns
acalils, poUonout bitts. and all flesh, bone and
moscle ailments, can be absolutely cured by the
Ceutaur linu&ent. What the White Liniment
Is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment
la for spavined, (railed and lame horses and ani
Mow To Make Hooey.
We will state that the surest, best and
speediest way to 'multiply and increase"
is to call at No. 12 Wall bireet, Stw York,
and consult with Alex Frotbingham & Co,
Thea gentlemen, who have long been
identified with the history and atlairs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary affairs, and in everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled for ability
and proticiencv. It may also be said that
of the mauy Brokers in that city they are
not only the inoxt popular, but alo the
most successful, be-t patronized, and most
widely known iu or near the vniuity oi
Anions- the customer ol lliu house of
Ales KrothiOL'Uaui A; Co.. are some of our
leaiiioK and representative citizens, who
are mainly indebted to the labors of this
firm lor niiirh of the wealth they now enioy.
During the long and successful exper
ience ot Messrs. Alex. Frothingbam A: Co.,
in tuu city they nave earned for ihemcivc
an enviable reputation tor honesty, integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a buines almo-t
colossal in its proportions In fact, the
amount of business done by this bou.-e in
the course of a year Is something wonder
ful, and often tonus the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
others in Wall street to prove the truth ot
the above statement.
Bow tbev manaie to convurt 10 to X
$'11 to f 40, 40 into N, and so on, )s a
secret which tbev alone can explain ; init
that they succeed In doing so la a tact too
Well Known to auuiit ui uuuui. xi jou
would safely and profitably invet your
money, do not heiute to favor tbi tirm
with your cali and confidence. That by ao
doing you will reap an abundant reward,
the experience ot tliouand ol our best
citizens attest- The necessity of taking
such a conrkO in these times of tottering
banks and nnaucial stringency niu-t be ap
parent to the most indtffcreut and careless
Messrs1 Alex. Frothingbam ii Co., are
f rc pared to invest wooey to any amount la
he best scsurities, aud in every transac
tion lu which they may be engaged guar,
antee entire satisfaction to those who honor
them with their patronage.
gjTSend for their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Keports, which tbev mail fre
to all Who Htr tcm. th,t A'.- JV AV
,n,p..lU. April 1. IH7. VlH-olini
ClTciNRlTI WESLEViX COLLEGE,
ii.,.i.. m 1 1, tMf ar.t. ia in. Vacuity
numbers il, Magnlloant Widths, genar
us table. T ho r ourn. eMUao l atttah,
flelenc, CUsetoe, and L -
Casarpaased adrnaUjw I f V3w t V
Address the President, Eev. LvU U
Moors, DJ ClneuwatC O. :4Jsw4.
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'TliEKN B Y COMPANY
ha, through Its connections in the Wts
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number or TornisTS' Exctrsiox Tk kit
at greatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial F.x
hibitlon at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, with an
opportunity of stopping at soy of the great
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA not: TU
ERN' is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving psMen
gers, from the train, a woudarfnl panoramic
view of the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HORSE-SHOE FALL, the GREAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly at the
Falls. The track of the CANADA SOUTH
ERN Is an airline, laid with steel rails o
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curves
or gTadcs; wood i Ucd tor fuel ; Coaches
are furnished with the Winchell Patent
Ventilator, ensuring piefect fraedom from
dust. Willi its complete system of magnif-
eentPAKLOK Jfl.KEl'INC AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AD T tl.EDO. and its adinir-
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular line can be procured at al
offices of connecting line-, or sf the com
Any information cin tie obtained by ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ac't. Dktroit.
The Grand Pacific Hotel,
One of the Safest and Most Fleas
ant Hotels in America.
HaviuK all the different Safeguards Against
ire, makes it practically llre-iiroot. Has re
cently undergone exttnaive improvements a
large amount of new furniture added, making
it one of the mont elegantly furnished hotels in
the country and the entire building reileco
rnted in a style, that for lieauty of dexign, sur-.-es
anything of the kind in the world
1 he ventilation of the hotel is perfect, having
every modern iinuroveuieut.
Cost of Hotel, $1,500,000.
Cost of Furniture, $400,000.
Occupies) an entire Nqnare, timing n
Number of rooms, KW: suits of rooms, with
hatha connecting. size of rlors, I'l'xKi
feet; size of graud dinninir-room, Iwx'iS; size
ol ladlee promenade, l-S'x'S'i size of oflice,
I'rioeof rooms, with board, l.0i. U.Ml, $4 On,
St.'o and l.v per iay. accord
ing to location.
The table and service unsurpassed, being the
saws to all.
A REDITTIO.V will be made from the
above prices to parties remaining a VVKKK or
more, and those desiring to vitMt the Kxpi.si
tion during the month of September.
lry-Koom cn be secured, stating pricenof
same, bv Telegraph, nt our expenie:
J0HM B. DRAKE CO., Proprietors.
The Old Reliaolo
Boot and Shoe Maker,
Has re-opened his establishment in the
Where can be found an extra line to:k
of goodi iu his line.
Give .loncs a call. S-lfMC
Southern District of Illinois. SS. At Cairo the
loth day of August, A. 1. U7.
The undersigned hereby gives notice of
h's appointment as assignee of Watson It.
Rockwell, late of Cairo, in the County of
Alexander and State ot Illinois, within said
district, wbo has been adjudged bankrupt
upon his own petition bv the district court
01 said district. GEOltUE FISliKB,
Aug Kd.'lw Assignee.
E. r. Hunkd'a Bitter Wln or Iroa
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, ditll
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembliDjf, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, Hashing of the hoJy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spots IlyiDg before the eyes
with temporary sultision and loss cf sight,
want of attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use lO. F. Kunkel's liitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only K. V. Kunkel's.
Beware of counterfeits and bae imita
tions. Ah Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gist themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it on to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only iu $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's Photograph on the wrapper of
eurh bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on Ibc outside, and you will always
tie sure to get the genuine, tine dollar pel
bottle, or six lor f a. xold by druggists and
t cam evervwnern
ALL WORM'S UF.MOVED ALIVE.
K. F. Kunkel's Worm ru never fails
tooestroy t in M at ana biomacb Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, lh only successful physieiun
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
auvc, wim nead, and no fee until removed,
Commou sense teai he that il Tapu Worm
be removed, all other worm van be readily
destroyed, hend tor circular to lr. Kun
kel. No. W North Ninth street, Fhiludel
phia, l'a., or call on your druggist aud ark
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm im-up.
I'ricc. 1.00. It never Ulls.
Fifty cints, at Wintir's OulU rv.
The II. A M. KailroaJ Co'a Lands I The Be
Agricultural and Mock CounUy iu Americal
Low prices. Long Credit. Low Far and
t'rcitfhi. Premiums ftr Improvement, tree
fas to Land buyers. rj"'ur lull panicubrrs,
apjdy lu M. a if. n.a?.Ui , BurliDKton. Iowa.
ILLS. NORMAL UNIVERSITY
rsssal, M.oaMS. Ilia.,
roruwnrenaratlon or taaaber. JCxi
nruthasioaal lastruelioa fbrfhos) who
ftwat- Tiosifr. Smt un
rorthenrenaration of faaaber. JCxsluIvslr
rnu an pre
. lai silar asa)1Saast lastnie-
M t klcsWl dsaiarlnissrt.
law a asj
.4-tiawlas - r- normal. IU.
krisra ai. ... "
Ky virtue or an etecntton to me rtlr. t..l
county, In the State f Illinois, In farof of W.
ham nharftYr and against r.llcn Troiisdal. I have
levied upon the following described properly,
lts niimlprel one (I), two (-.), three (,
r"Jir (4), nvef.), six ;). seven (7) and eight (M.
" . ... ...... k .....r, u i 'f. iu ,iiv laini an
dition to the eltyof t aim, in the eountr of Alex
ander and Stateof Illinois, ss the property of tha
pwi.. .,irn imuiuie, wnirn i snail onerar piiDiic
sale at the houth-newt door of the Court Honss
in the ritrrtC I 1. ih. . & i .
and tnle of Illinois,. the l'.th rtay of September
A. !., l.-7, at the hour of eleven o'clock, a. m .
for C ah, to snti'fy said exeention.
AI.IX, ti. IRVIJf,
Rherifr Alexander County, Ills,
(air", llt... August vi'ith, l7. d-td
By virtue of an execution to me directed by
the clerk of the circuit court of Alexander
county. In the State of Illinois, In favor ol El
len slsh and against Rernard fmyth, I have
levied upon the lollowing describe! property,
Lots numbered twelve (12) and thirteen (13) la
block numbered two (2) i the undivided one-half
Pof lot numbered eight (s) in block nniu
lred twenty-seven f.:T7) the undivided one-half
('J of lot. numbered seventeen (17) and eigh
teen (I) in block numbered thiTty ('). all ia
the city or Cairo, county of Alexander and Mate
of Illinois. Also lot numbered ' seven (7) in
block mimlN-red twenty-six UH), lot numbered
three (.1) in block numbered forty-five .', lot
numbered thirty-seven (:17) In block numbered
fnrty-xeven (47), lot numliered ten (10) in block
lumbered eitshty-three (Ml. 1 he lease hold in
terest in and to lot numliered eight (") in block
numbered eighteen 1.), together with the
buildings ami improvements situated t hereon,
all said lad mentioned lots and blocks being sit
uated in the llnt addition to the citv of Cairo, in
the county of Alexander and Mate of Illinois, as
the pr"efty of the said Bernard Smyth, which
1 shidl nffi r at public sale at the ftouttv-west door
..r... i ....... ii.... . n . v . n r.e . : i . .
inr v.'nn iFi tiiii urc viij 'mr., in ina
county of Alexandrriind Stat of Illinois, on the
bitli da' of Sentember. A. I..lCi. itthnhmimr
eleven o'i lock. a.m.. lor C'ah. to satixfir aakrl
execution. AL.KX. II. IKV15.
Sheriff of Alexander County, III.
Cairo, Ills., AiiTiut 2' Ih, 17'. '
Ity virtue of an execution to me directed
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex
atider County, in the State of Illinois, in
mvor ot rternara .vicwanus and against
.lames A. Fry, I have levied noon the fol
lowing described propeity, in First Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in the County of
.iexanacr ana nine oi Illinois, lo-wit :
All of the right, title and Interest of said
.tames A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (13) In block numbered forty-wren (47)
which I shall offer at pjbllo sale at the
J'outh-wp-t door of the Court House in tbe
City ol Cairo, in the tountv of Alexander
and state ol Illinois, on the loth day of Sep.
teniber, A. l., 1876, at the hour or eleven
o'clock, A. M., for cash, to satisfy said ex
ecution. ALEX. II. IRVIW.
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.'
airo, ills., August 2D. 1878. dtd
PAINT AJTD OILM.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishef,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
always on baud, the celebrated illuiiiiiuUing
Oornar Eleventh Street anal Waahlnsr
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Bank XuUdin, op-stairs.
Dia Oldest Katabllahftd AaToney lit Boat
rn IUlnola, revreaantlna evsr
t85 OOP OOP
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Faducah, Shawneetown, Erana
rille, IfOuiarilie, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elejrant sMe-whetl skainet
U'altsm U. rxiMuroM-.. Uaater
ClIAKLKS lBHNlJ(t.I01( Clark
Will leave Cairo every WLONESDAY at
o'clock p. in.
'1 he fleet sicaiiirr
IDLE WILD, v
Ii.x 1IuWaiu.............., ....M.ai astir
to. luoJSas .....Otstk
leaves Cairo every 8 A TV ft DAT.'
Kach boat tuakea close connections at Cairo
Sfilh Srstrlaaa steaokers for Mt. IvuU, kteiu-
ritiuaud cw Urleau. aud al KvajiavUle Wltfe
he E. A C. It. U. fur all point North and fcast,
aadwithtlM lMiisvilla Mail Mtwajiters SjusJI
IMMaU M Um i. (n.e Muo, aiviaa - taroata: i
oalpt on treiyhu aud itMcua,cr. lu all iiviul
tribuiary - . , V
. rr artbar lufurnyUkw ajJ to -.' O .C
SOL. fcrtVlR, rwwsycrlinl. "
UA LLIU As" BHUS., 1 . "
Or to , - U. J. taUAalMEat,
iuiwruitandsait and ttsaara rrtit Aawut,
lao-lr. - - - awaaavfl la)iaaa.
rpso Wahly BaUaUai,- "
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IM pet yer, noaiace 9yi, to aa'y aMrats '
. nst axd caxArrs "
fsiwt ptUUa4;ia atatkam Caiaaa.