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J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
--Aloxmdef county lands Cairo lot,
change tat BC Louis property.
A floe residence on corner llalbrook
avenue and Twenty-third street, at a
The south hall of the "I'llot" hoi. so at
--Good two story brick fultnbl for
i tores and ofllces on Commercial nvenne,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
and Poplar street.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
i venue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ot
Jomtnerclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on ('row street, wes
ot Washington avenue.
Two business bouses on I.cvee street,
above Eighth, $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story house on Commercial av
enue Two tenements suitable for shops
St re-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
Up stairs of house on Commercial av
enue, near 19th street. Suitable for
J welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's Kow, 6 rooms each for $10
er month. In flrst-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts ol the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Parish School Notice.
The next term of tlie Parish School
will begin Monday, September 4ib. and
continue In session slxteear weeks. Terms,
Eight Dollars tor the wnlon, or fifty
cents per week always fAYiin.K in
aivsck. There will foe no extra elisrges
for any study except for the atudy ot
miwlo. For Instruction In vocal and in
strumental music, the valuable services of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have been secured.
The success of the school has been such
Uiat the Rector deems it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupils can
be accommodated. He will receive those
who apply first for admission. lie prom
ises to aU thorough instruction in the
common English studies, iu the higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, and
also In I At in and Greek.
Cuauli.h A. Gilbert,
8-10.1-1 m Rector.
LeMfcer rinlMKararf?Mh. Cheap
r ) ever Before Mld I si tlr .
I will from this date sell Wilier and
findings cheaper than ever before offered
Rest Cincinnati oak sole..... 40 cti. It.
Howard' best slaughter
leather 31 to 32 "
All other leather and tindings in pro
portion. No. is") Commercial avenue, le
tween Fltth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois. . Boots and shoes made up in the
latest styles, and ot the best material and
good workmanship, boots and shoes at
reduced prices. And only the the best
St. I.ouls custom-made and my own
make ot boots and shoes will be sold.
8-lS-tf '. Koch.
OhfatU Dje Warka.
Office corner Eight street and Com
mercial avenue, in RcUers building.
Silk, Wool, half Wool Shawls etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put lu thorough order. Sails
8-8-dlm F. Semens & Co.
Urn l lata Mvamtalaa mt rlerMt
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fu
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 points In Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $50, allowing
stop-off privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Mauitou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to tlie San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the MUsouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec-
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
'Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables ami the " Sau
Juan Guide," address,
T. J. Anpkbson,
(Jen. Fa. Ayt.,
7-lStf Tor, Kan.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
C. and V. R. R. track in Cairo at $30 per
ear load of
This coal has no aurxKioK for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders lor coal to
James A. Viall & Co.,
Slntfecord. $3 50
Five jord lots 3 25
COAL rABADlSIC AND bid MCODY !
Single ton $3 50
Three 3 25
Kiv 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot or Kindling on nami
by . .. L V. YVn:vi.KH & Co.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, la open to
the public. The bar la supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-26-tr Jos.Ronekkr, Prop'r.
We arc authorised to announce JOHN II.
ROBINSON as a candidate for sheriff of Alex
ander county, at Ute coming county election.
We are authorised to enaoanre that tU A . Ed-
mundsoa la aa Independent aVpubiloaa candi
date lor Sheriff, at the ensuing county election.
We are authorised to announce PETER 8 A CP,
for an iDdejicndcnt candidate for Sheriff of Al
exander county, at the ensuing county election.
8TATK9 ATTORN F. V .
Editor Hixletis: Please announce that I
am a randhlaUbr the office of States Attorney
for Alexander county at the November elec
tion. . WM. C. Ml XKIT.
We are authorised to announce WILLIAM
W. M'PUKKI MtS as a candidate for Circuit
Clerk of Alexander county at the coining county
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q,
ItAKMANaa a candidate for the oftine of Cir
cuit clerk of Alexander county at the ensuing
ASCALON LODGE, SO. 61.
KnlphU of Pythias, meets every Fri
day night at half-pant seven, in Odd-
fellows' 1U11. Howe.
O ALEXANDER LOIMJE, NO. 124.
Independent Order of Odd-fellows,
meeta every Thursday night
at half-past seven, in their hall on
JomntercUI avenue, between hixth and Seventh
feet N. A, DaroHB, N U
TUUO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. P.. meets
m Odd-Fellows' Hall on the Aral and third
i iii-sdajr in every month, at half-past seven
A . Comukh, C P
A CAIKOLOIX.K. NO.Kff.A.P. A.M.
Hold regular communications in Ma
V aouic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' ' and Kighlh street, on the second and
'ourth Monilav of each month.
Tl KSUAV. SEPTEMBER 5, 187C.
LcaJ Wsatasr ;atcycrv
Caiho, III., Sept 4, IhT.
Wikd. I Vbl.
2 i Cloudy
Pergeant. Signs! heTTlve. I'. 8. A.
Mr. J. I. Dean, e.U-rk of the St. ( harles
hotel, is in St. Ixtuis.
'Hi .- eity council lioUs its lirt regular
motittily meeting this evening.
Loretto Academy oened yesterday
morning, and also the Parish school.
D. T. Llnegar will address tlie reform
meeting at the court house to-night.
Alderman Tom. JIalliday and lamily
returned from Wisconsin yesterday alter
noon. Special bargains in muslins, tlrens
l?oodrf and flannels at Goldtinc &. Rosen
Launie Barelay returns to his studies
at Um Cbaater, Ptanauylvaala Military
John H.Oberly will make a speech at
the reform meeting to be held at the
court house to-night.
Dr. Uultz, we are informed, h about
to leave Cairo for a country more con
genial to his business.
The reform meeting at the court house
to night should b3 a large one. Let
every Democrat attend.
A nobby line of hats and gents furui.-h-ing
goods Just received at Goldstine &
Mrs. Scott, Burlington, New Jersey,
is in lh city, visiting at the residence of
Mr. John Antrim, on Fifth street.
Mr. Henry Lotlin and family, after a
three week's visit to the Centennial, re
turned to Cairo on Saturday night.
The Hon. William J. Allen will prob
ably be present and address the reform
meeting at the court hone this evening.
New and desirable patterns in caroets
and oil cloths, cheaper than ever at
Goldstine & Rosenwater's. S-29-lOt
The county commissioners met yester
day attemoon, and were in session until
5 o'clock examining bills against the
The Sweepers hold their regular meet.
Ing this evening. A full attendance of
the members of the organization Is de
The irrand iurv trot Into working or
der yesterday, but until 5 o'clock last
evening no indictments had been re
The ladies of the Episcopal church give
their next regular monthly sociable at
the residence of Mrs. Dr. Wardner, on
The Democrats of Massac county hold
a relorm meeting ai .Metropolis nexc
Saturday, on which occasion John II.
Oberly ot this city will deliver an address.
The Hon. William Uartzell arrived in
the city from Chester yesterday uioruiug,
and will remain and address the meeting
at the court house this evening
The reform meeting at the court house
to-night promises to be a big thlug. Let
everybody go who U interested in the
cause of reform in the management ot the
Do not tail to turn out to the reform
meeting at the court house to-night,
lion. William Ilartzell, the Democratic
congressman from this district will be
preseut and speak.
There will be a meet lug of the Sweep
ers at their hall this evening at 7:30
o'clock. All Ih iuoerats are invited to
attend. Wm.Q. McGke,
Cairo, Sept., 6, 1876. Sec'y.
The Hon. William ilartzell, the Demo
cratic candidate for congress from this
dlstrlct.who is now in the city, addresses
the people ot Grand Cham on Friday,
ej.vm 77 t
and will make a "pwii at Anna it Sat
urday, v ? ' i i ' " t
Mr. S. Llntz, of Ashley, who arrived in
the city on Sunday, takes the place of Mr.
John Jones as ticket agent In the Illi
nois Central railroad passenger depot,
while the latter is doing the Centennial. ;
The business room, CI Ohio levee
lately occupied by I. Farnbaker, Is va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar and an
office up stairs, In same building. For
particulars apply to' Robert7 Smyth, 00
Ohio levee. If
Every Democrat and friend of reform
in this city should attend the grand rally
at the court house, this evening. John
II. Obetly, D. T. Llnegar, Judge Mul
key, and other speakers, will be present
and address the crowd.
Mr. S. P. Bennett, Stratton & Bird'a
bookkeeper, Dr. Humphrey s, a book
kcepei In the City National bank, and Mr.
John Jones, the Illinois Central passen
ger agent, left this city for the Centennial
Judge Mulkey, the old war-horse of
Democracy in Southern Illinois, will
speak at the reform meeting at the court
house this evening. Turn out everybody
forjudge Mulkey will say many things
to interest you all.
Col. E. B. Watklns ol Mound City,
candidate for the legislature on the re
form ticket in the Fifty-llrst district. was
in Cairo yesterday. The Colonel is a
man of much talent, very popular in his
district, and when he goes to Springfield,
as he surely will, he will no doubt make
Henry Breihan, manufacturer of seltzer
and soda waters, Ohio levee between
Second and Fourth streets, has always
on hand a large supply of those waters.
Henry also keeps for sale, by the keg or
car load, the best beer in the West, and
has a full supply of the best bottled beer
ever sold In this or any other market.
The German Catholic school, on Cross
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut, under the direction of the Sisters
of Loretto, will open on the 4th Inst.
Branches taught in German and English
are as follows: Catechism, reading,
writing, orthography, arithmetic, geogra
phy, grammar and vocal music. Tuition,
$1 er month. Extra charges for needle
A grand rally ot the Democrats of the
Fourth and Fifth wards on Tuesday
evening, Sept. at 5, 7:30 o'clock at the
court house to form a Tilden and Hend
ricks club. The Hon. J. H.Oberly, D.
T. Llnegar, Judge Mulkey, and others
will address the meeting.
By order committee,
P. H. Corcokan, Pres.,
T. J. Roberts, Sec'y. pro tem 2t
Mr. E. A. Seurfield, ot St. Louis, called
on the Bulletin yesterday. He is in the
city perfecting arrangements lor opening
a w holesale agricultural implement and
seed store . The firm is known as E. A.
Seurfield & Co., and will occupy the
brick building on the corner of Sixth and
Ohio levee. They are not new in the
business, but have a large trade already
all through the Southern states.
Mr. J. C. Burden having just finished
his large and tine hotel in Metrojtolis,
wishes to notify the public that he can
accommodate any number in the very
best style. The location of the Franklin
house is so convenient for drummers and
all class ot people, that il would be non
sence to go anywhere else, and we pre
dict, therefore, a flourishing business for
At the Planters' yesterday were Mrs.
Jurgis and son, and Miss Capp, Mem
phis ; C. W. Hequeroburg, Charleston ;
James Benson, Centralla; Carl Schultz,
Constantinople; J. S. Cruui, Vienna;
S. Strayn, Bird's Point; II. L. Boren,
Formen; W. S. Page, Vincennes;A.
Voungblood, Clinton, Ivy.; J. Fordise,
Dallas, Texas ; J. N. Sanford, Milburn,
ivy; Miss ilannan, Galatia, Ark.;
Joseph Davidson, Chicago.
The Taylor Literary club held its first
fall meeting at the club room in Dr.
Wardncr's building. There was a fair
attendance of the members. We under
stand from one of the leading spirits of
the club that the organization will soon
otter to trie people of tins citv a rare
treat in the) shape of a political debate
between two of our most prominent and
talented politicians on the political situa
tlon. Justus Cunningham visited us on Mon
day evening. il will attend the Demo
cratic meeting In the Fourth ward,
on Tuesday night. We are always
glad to meet a gentleman ot his intellect
ual worth and legal ability. He is des
tined to go up in the political world some
day. An etiort has been made on the
part of a few men in Cairo to push him
aside iu the interest of favorites, but
Justus says he wont push worth a cent.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
wereG. N. Weston, Memphis; Oscar
Turner, Kentucky ; Win. Tolle, Metrop
olis; S. R.Cunningham, New York ; F.
II. Fissa, St. Louis ; G. W. R. Corliss,
Metropolis ; S. Mahler, St. Louis ; J. S.
Thompson, Pennsylvania ; V. Deger-
niuio, I ranee ; N. W. Lyons, St. Louis ;
Henry Campbell, Hickman ; C. G.
Brock way, Pine Bluff; J. S. Miuter,
Benton, Ky,; E. N. Portertleld, New Or
leans ; W. D. Carlyle, Chicago ; S. R.
Leutz, Ashley ; James Morris, Hick
man, The Fulio for September has come to
hand, crammed full of music and miscel
lany. The musical contents consists ot :
Dreaming of Mosher," song aud cho
rus ; "Our Champions of the Right," a
Republican campaign song and chorus ;
"Gov. Tilden Grand March;" "Royal
Songs," waltz by Strauss; and "GuUif
Me, O Tuou Great Jehovah ;" a selection
for the use of choirs, &e. The musical
miscellany Is unusually complete, and
the excellent portrait of H. J. Montague,
the popular , at-torf will ! welroma to
his admirer, t W also craMlishcd with
a skcfch ol his life. At 13 cents, the re
tall price, this number gives choice pieces
of music for 3 cents each, and the rest of
tb. 3 paper tree. Published at $1 CO per
year, post free, by White, Smith & Co.,
j ' CAitrtj Sept. Af Xfiii.
The wr at net t-day coOl ami vioudy,
with strong indications of rain, which
will be hailed with delight in this eity
when it comes, as the long drouth has
made our streets fearfully dusty and dis
agreeable. TLm rlverf arc jatill declining
slowly. Business has been fair since our
last Issue and seems to be improving
slowly, but surely. Rates to the South,
by river, are as last reportdd, Viz: Pound
freights, through, 15 and 1)0 cents ; way,
20 and 40 cents ; hay, 20 cents through,
and 25 cents way; pork, through, 45
cents ; way, 00 cents.
The transactions In fleur have been
very fair, though somewhat less than for
the same length of time reported in our
last Issue. The market is very well sup
plied with choice grades, and tlie demand
is moderately good. The principal In
quiry is for those brands ranging In prlee
from $3 50 to $4 25, and of these grades
there is a very light supply. Medium
grades are iu good supply and quiet. The
hay market is apparently dead. There
is an Immense stock on hand, but
there Is no demand. Choice Timothy is
selling at $12yl3.
There is little doing among corn
dealers. Very little corn is arriving, and
the market is very lightly supplied, but
there seems at present to be no very ur
gent demand. The mills have received
liberally, and are now grinding regularly.
The receipts of oats continue light.
There is a very limited amount on the
market, but what Is here is sufllcient for
tlie demand, there being very little in
quiry. Meal is quiet The mills having got to
work again there is a very good fctock on
hand. There is no shipping demand,
prices having declined south for either
country or city meal. Of the latter there
is very little in this market. Brin is in
good supply and dull. .
The market is in line condition lor
those who hold strictly choice butter,
there being none at all here, and a limited
amount of this kind would sell at an ad
vanced priee; nothing but choice is
wanted or will sell, as there is plenty of
common butter here.
There are no eggs on the market, and
the demand for fresh is very urgent.
They will bring 13 cents. Poultry is
scarce and in excellent demand. Peaches
come in steadily and sell at the prices
quoted in our last issue.
ftaOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here giyen are usually for
sales from first hands in rouud lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lots it it
necessary to cbarge an advance over
Business in this market is very good,
and the demand for grades that can be
sold at from $3 50 to $4 50 are scarce
and In good demand. Medium grades
Bre in good supply. Choice flour Is
also in good supply. We note the
sale of 300 bbls, various grades, $3 50(a)
5 50 ; 200 bbls various grades, $3 50
6 60 ; 100 bbls various grades, $3 50
6 50 ; 500 bbls various grades, city, $4
This market has an abundant stock
with no demand. There is no shipping
demand whatever. We note the sale of
I car Timothy, $10 ; 1 car Timothy, $12.
The mills have been supplied, and the
demand for other purposes is very light.
There is very little com in the hands ot
merchants. e note the sale of 1 car
while, mixed, in bulk, f. o. b. 40c ; 1 car
white in sacks, 50c.
This market is quiet. Very light re
ceipts during the past week have put the
market in very lair condition tor ship
pers, but at present there is but little de
mand. Sales reported were 1 car, mixed
in sacks, 33c; 1 car Middle Illinois, in
bulk, 28; 1 car Middle I'linois, In bulk,
There is now a very good supply of
city meal, the mills having gone to work
again. There is but little country meal
here. City is held at $2 35 ; Couutry at
$2 25. The demand is light.
Bran is iu good suimly and dull. Wo
note the sale t 100 sacks, $10 50.
Choice butter is in good demand.
There is none in the market. Inferior
will not sell, and is not wanted. We
note the sale of 10 tubs, Southern, 20c ;
12 pails Southern, 18.20o ; 5 tubs North
The muket is bare ot eggs, and fresh
ure in demand. We not the sale of 1 case
13o. . ' :
We note the sale ot 2 coobs medium
spring chickens, $2 60 ; 1 coop hens, $3.
The supply ot poultry is light. The de
mand is very good.
This fruit is coming Into market iu
good quantities ,aud sells very well when
of a good quality. We note the sale ot
20 boxes clings, 20(3,250 ; 10 boxes choice
We quote salt in car load lots, $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 210 bbls.. salt, $1 00;1 70.
HIDES AND FURS.
Shkkc Pklts Green 73c $1 25 ; dry
40fAttOc shearing 10 20c.
Firs Beaver No. 1 $2 60; No.
$1 50; No.3$l; No. 4 60c. Otter No.
I $8 No.3 $4;, .o, i fji . 4 $1.
No. 410c Raetoou-No. 1 70c: No. a
40c ; No. 3 30c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
I UK.- VI. A AAL a 1ft V Wa. A 1JL.
Fox-Gray-No. 1 $1 ; No. 75c ; No. 3
GOotrcd lox-No. 1 $1 j No. 2 75c,
Oposaum No. 1 10c ; No. a 8u ; No. 3,
6c, Muskrat No. 130c; No. i 15c; No.
S 10c. Aear-No. I $10: No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; NO. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
'X 60; No. 2 $t 75 1 Ho3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;,
Prairie Wolf-No. -i $1 sS No. 2 COc
Wild Cat 25c. HonsrMfctHV. Bnlger
We nuot Paradise and Mt. Carbon or
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2 : delivered ear
load per ton, lump, $3 60; nut, $2 75
dclivered per single ton, lump, $4; nut
$3 25; Raura or Ilarrlsburg coal on
track per load, lump. $27 : nut, $10 ; de
lve red per ton, $3 50 ; Flttsburg per
car loads on track, $5 GO per ton alnjrle
on, delivered, $0.
Mrs. Charlotte Sanders wishes to In'
form her friends and pupils that her class
recommences on Monday, September 4.
The art of vocalization thoroughly
taught and tlie voice cultivated on the
true Italian system, stud'edby Mrs. San
ders under the first European masters.
An evening class for gentlemen who
are engaged during the day.
A special course of Instruction tor
young ladies wishing to make music a
A preparatory Saturday class for chil
dren, attending school 24 lesson, $10.
An Intermediate lesson given by an ad
vanced pupil ot Mrs. Sanders.
Arlington noi'SK, Cairo, Aug. 31.
A W. 1 Lanadrjr.
it is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues has one of tlie best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords ot hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices arc as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ;
two shirts and two collars, 25c ; per doz
en, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c; two
handkerchiefs, 5c ; vests, 20c ; and all
gentleman's wear, 80c. per dozen. La
dies plain calico dresses, $1.25 perdozen;
calico dresses with extra trimmings, 50c ;
white dresses, $1.25; ladies underwear,
tine or course, $1 per dozen. U 2-tf.
From Sew York The Very Lateet.
Mr. J. A. Goldstine ot the firm ot
Goldstine & Rosenwater, who is now In
New York city, writes to the llrm that,
by reason of the demoralized condition of
the market in New York, he has been en
abled to obtain splendid bargains in dry
goods, notions, gents furnishing goods.
hats,&c. These goods are arriving dally,
in large quantities, and an Inspection of
the goods and prices will convince those
w ho desire to purchase, that such bar
gains were never before oflered iu Cairo.
Sale rooms 136 and 138 Commercial ave
.boat for Immense Barcmlna
At Solomon Pareira's, 142 and 144 Com
mercial avenue, which will arrive soon.
as Mr. B. WieJ, who is the buyer of this
firm, has left to buy a new and fresh sup
ply of dry goods, notions, clothing and
furnlsUlog goods, hats, caps, trunks and
valises, boots and shoes, which I will sell
as I have done heretofore cheaper than
the cheapest. Therefore don't forget to
call, as It will pay you to trade at Solo
mon Pareira's, 142 and 144 Commercial
Iceland's Sturtevant House, Broadway.
Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets,
New York city, has reduced 100 rooms,
with board, to $3.00 ; 100 rooms to $3.50 ;
Parlor and second floors, $4.00 per day ;
Rooms, European plan, $1.00 per day
and upwards. The Sturtevant is kept In
first-class style, superbly furnished. Ele
vater and every Improvement. Location
convenient to all places of Interest to the
visitor. Street cars pass hotel for depots
and Central Park. 2t
Mr. Gustaye Wetzel having returned
to Cairo, has fitted up his old rooms cor
ner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue, as a first-class photograph gal
lery, where he will be happy to see his
old friends and patrons, as well as scores
of new ones. All orders in the picture
line will be executed In first-class style,
and at prices to suit the times. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
"satisfaction or no charge." 8-31-lm.
Notice to Shipper.
N ew Orleans, St. L. and C. R.R.,
Cairo, III., Sept. 2, 170.
All rates to stations on this line in the
State ot Tennessee, have been advanced,
and all old rates to or from those points
have been withdrawn. Call at this otllee
tor new rates. B. F. Blue,
fi-3-2t Freight Ag't.
J. UeorfO Mtelubouae.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else lu the barber line. La
dies' and cliildrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Cottage No. 30 Tenth street ; 3 rooms,
Hall and summer kitchen, cistern, etc.
Lot 25 feet front, 05 feet deep. Terms
Ten Dollars per mouth ix advance.
References required. Enquire at No. 3
Tenth street. aug31-3t
The Slew Erft.
Stuart it GhoUou are now offering a
full line of Quaker City shirts, Mullan
dried, at $1, $1.23 and $1.60. We guar
antee them to be the best made and most
perfect fitting shirt manufactured. Meas
ures take and a lit guarnateed. It
Just received tne celebrated Morning
Glory brands of Hams, Breakfast Bacon,
S. C. Shoulders and Dried Beef. For sale
low. C. O. Patieu & Co.,
9-2-6t New York Store.
A first-class lamily organ at the New
York Store ; will trade or bell cheap tor
U- Arioso. CB
Arioso brown coBee-.tery choice, at 30c
per pound. ; ,Try It. Fine flavor.
aug31-6t Skw York Stork.
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New Orlinoi. ...
B.-WW iiirb wsiur of 1S74.
PiTfctiut, Siiroal fcervioe, I . H. ;
Steamer James Flsk, Pudueah,
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
Capitol City. Vicksburg.
' James Fiiimore, tow, St. Louis,
" James D. Parker, Memphis.
" tlias. Bowen, No. 2. Pomeroy.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
Mary Miller, St L011K
" Whale and barges, St. l.oiiK
" Glencce, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" Glencoe, New Orleans.
" . Cons Millar, Memphis.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Iron Mountain, tow. O. river.
" elina, Nashville.
" James I). Parker, Cincinnati.
" Charley Bowcn,No.2,Mcniphis
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
' .Mary Miller, Cincinnati.
" Kddyvllle, Nashville.
" Whalo and barges, Ohio river.
The John Means and tow, when
reaching Cumberland island, found it
impossible to go over the dam. She at
tempted to go over with one barge at a
time, but found that too was out ot
the question, when site began to sound
around Suiithland, finding only three
feet and a half of water. She then went
to the Illinois side of the island with her
tow, and laid up. The Idlcwild nlo
rubbed hard coining down on Saturday
morning at the same point, and the ofli-
ccrs of the Charley Bowen, which boat
passed down yesterday morning for
Memphis with a tow of salt, for n while
feared that the ileet would go to pieces at
the same place. She came over, how
ever, all right, for which all concerned
are duly thankful.
The Arkansas Belle come down from
Evansville on Sunday with about 00 tons
for New Orleans. .
The Fisk brousht trom Paducah tor
New Orleans, yesterday, 500 bbls., of
flour, and a small amount of city freight.
The James D. Parker pased up
from Memphis on Suuday with a fair
trip, adding here 2,000 6aeks lor Cincin
nati. The Whale passed up yesterday
evening from St. Louis with 3 barges of
ore aud 5 empty coal Hats.
The Cellna from Nashville, in on
Sunday, brought 42 tons pig iron, and
the Eddyville from the same port iu yes
terday, brought 51 tons of the same ma
terial and a small amount of other freight.
The James Gilmore passed up from
St. Louis with a tow of ore, on Sunday.
The Glencoe come down yesterday
from St. Louis and refused freight here,
having all she wanted.
The Cons Millar went down with a
The Capitol City passed up for St.
Louis on Sunday.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Mothers run s.vurc litnltli fur tlii'ir chil
dren and rest for lliem-wlve ly the use' oI'Cmh
tora, a perfect Miitwtitute for C tutor Oil. It U
absolutely huriuUsn , aud is tw .K-ituiit to take
an honey. For Wiud-ColJiu sour slomuuli,
worms or cnusCiimti'Mi, lur yiuing or old, lln iv
is nothing inexitfti'nre like it. It U .i-ituiii, It
is needy, il Ut'licap.
Caked Breasts. IthiiiniitiHiii, tfcia
iea, swelling:), sprains, stiff joints, Iiuiuh
sraMt:, poisonoiit bitfs. and all tli'nh, bono mid
luuni le uilineiitrt, can he absolutely cured by tlio
Centaur liuiineut. What tlie White Muiiurtit
is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment
is for spavined, galled and lame borers and ani
K. r. Kunkel'a Bitter Wine) of Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, ttitH
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, ni'ht sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
euonnous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot bauds, lias hit)).' of the holy, dry.
ness of the skin, pallid countonut.ee and
eruptions ou the far.u, puritying the blood,
pain in the bark, heaviness ol the eyelids
frequent black spots llyiug before the eyes
with temporary suitisiou s id lo of slht,
waut ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. K. Kuukel's Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never tails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have Used it. Take
ouly K. F. Kuukel's.
Keware of counterfeits aud bae imita
tions. As Kuukel's bitter Wine of Iron in
so well known all over the couutry, drug
kUU themselves make an imitation and try
to tell it olf to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kuukel's llltter Wine of Iron is put up
only in 1 bottles, aud has a yellow wrapper
niculr put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on tha wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on ino outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or tlx for $5. bold by druxglsi aud
ALU WORMS HFMOVtCD A LI VIC.
E. Kunkel's Worm .Syrup never fails
to dettroy fin Meat aud Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only successful physiciau
who removes Tape Worm ia two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common teuse teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can he readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to ir. Kuu
kel. No. & Worth Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or rail on your druggist aud ,
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm yrup.
Price, 11.00. It never tails.
A tlit nee' Sotlce.
Snuilwrn litrlrtortliniiU. fw, Att'aimlha
I' Hi Jy of AiigUHt, A. 1. ls.n.
The undersigned hereby jrivrs not're of
li s appointment as alienee of WaUnn it
Itorkwcll, late of t'atro. In the Cotibty of
Alrssndfir and Stita ot Illinois, within M
iKtrii-t, who has Itren ailjinhrol haiifcruiu
upon to own petition liv tu lNtrii t roin t
01 s.ii.l iliMrlct, (IKMliOK HMIf;U
Alltt 1 'jjw Aiin'-e
Highland Tark, 111.
A t illritintn ni,, reimcntory lull
tnlioii lor l.iKllrji.
Kail M'ion lit-ein pptomlirr 2Mii. I 7c
C'oi .i-oi m.y llinroiiich nii'l rxlenilnl. limy
iHi-iliis f,,r hisfp, Urnwinir ttnl I'ninftnit
.Minim is, MornNaml llfaltli of the II rut inii.ir
Uinci. 1 ,pkv ImiJiliii? rommmlinii, in,,
well rnrni-he.1. N room lor iiiiinUiihove Iw.i
HiKtiHof pinin. I .oral Inn atir.irlivr. Tlioo
wli.i lmvev.n,,li.ti ,l thrir orilinnry ni hn-il f.,i,
J-ntio' 1 H-ewlirn- mriy , rwriv. .1 to iir-m our
. iti r, vKrjN, riiR-m!r.
73 OHIO 3L.EVJEI3,
City National Bank Building, up-stain.
The Oldest Established Aarency In Sout
era Illinois, representing orir
$05 000 OOO
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoo Maker,
11.13 re-opi'iiod liw establishment in the
Where ran he found an extra line stn.-k
of Roods in his line.
4 iive .lone a call. S-l'l-ll'.
Kn'lish limswcle. Three l'ly ami Ingrain,
also, St sir t'ni'rl. civet lilies. I itiinli
Cloth, Oil Cloths, etc., erv cheap
at tho did 1'hiee
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and mil to nnj
part of the l oiled .States Iree ol chai i;e.
SEND! FOR PRICE LIST.'
7-i-ly. J. A. BENDaLL.
rty virtue f an execution to nie directed by
the clerk ol' the circuit court i f Alexander
couniv. in the Mate or Illinois, in favor ot l'.l
len Vnlbb and uir.iinst llfl'll;ir.l Muytli, 1 have
levied upon tlie lollowinir ib'si'libid properly,
Lots numbeied tvclc (!') und thirteen (1-0 in
block numbered tw o (J) ; the undivided "iuhulf
('..) of lot numbered eiubt (s) in block num
bered twenty-oevcu U7: the undivided om-liulf
(' j) of lot numliercd seventeen (17) mid eigh
teen (Is) in block nuniliereii Unity ( o),ull in
thecity of Cairo, county of Alexander nud stale
of Illinois. Also lot numbered seen (7) iu
block numbered twentjr-MX UG), lot numbered
thn-e ) in block numbered lorty-llve O"). lot
numbered thrty-seven 017) in block numbered
furtj-senvi (47), lot nuniliered ten (lo) in bb.cV
uuiiilo'red eiL'bty-tliree Oli. '1 he lease hold ir
terest ill and to lot nuniliered ti(:ht (") in block
nnuibereJ c-hihtccu (1"), ocether with tlie
buildings nml improrcmpntt-' situated thereon,
nil Eui'l lust mentioned lots ami blin ks beinj; ;1
iiHtnl iu the first addition to the cilv ol ( uuo, in
the county of Alexander and State (if Illinois, us
the property of the said lieruard Smyth, which
1 shall offer at public, sale at the -Soiith-'et door
of the Court House in thecity of t.airo, in the
county of Alexamleivuid Muteof Illinois, on the
hith day of Septeinlivr, A. I 17', at the hour ot
eleven o'clock, a in., lor Cash, to sutict'v said
eAecutiun. A II . I it V IN ,
sheriff of A lexnnder t oimty, 1 11 .
Cairo, UN. , Ain:u-t ir.tli, lsTo. " il-id
lty virtue of an execution to me diroeted
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the stale of lhinois, in
l.ivor of Hcruard .McManu-i and against
James A. t ry, 1 have levied upon the bil
lowing described propei ty, in first Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in the County ot
Alexander and State ot Illinois, to-wit:
All of the right, title and interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot cumbered thir
teen (111) in block nuniliered forty-seven (17)
which 1 shall oiler at pjblK- 'sale at tho
South-west door of the Court House in the
City ol Cairo, in the County or Alean.lnr
and state ot Illinois, on the Pith day ol Sep
tember, A. 1., 187(1, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., for cash, to satisfy said ex
ecution. Al.KX. 11. iKVltt,
Sherlll' of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills.. August 2i. lSTtl. did
Ity virtue of an execution tf nie directtsl by
the clcik o the circuit eourt ef Vaviie
county, in the State l Illinois, in favor of Wil
liam MiucO'cr ami airaiiist Klleu Trnusdale, I hae
levied tipou tlie following lic-rnlssl piopcrlv,
l.s iiiiiulirrert one (1). two ( ), three :.),
four (I) live ('), six (il), M-veii (') andei),-h( (),
nil in block iiumlieruil teu (I") , in tlie third ad
ditiou bi the citv of i uiro, iu the county of Alex
ander and Slate of Illinois, us the hropertv of the
said Klleu 1 roiistale, hiiii I -hall oll'erut public
suleut tlm oiitb-vest door of thct ouit iioii-c
in the city of t 'uiro, in the coiity of Alexander
and eltute of Illinois.on the b.lhiliiyorSi tembcr
A 1 , Is7:, at the tioui' of eleven ii'clork, u.ui ,
fort ash, to satisfy said execulion.
Al.tX. II. H'.VIN.
Sheriff Alexander Coiiuty, Ills.
t uiro, Ills. , August .' lb, H7'i. d-ld
4 c il I en u i a I I: r n i' Ion l I .
AVill, of course, wish to soo all the sights
comfortably ami cheaply. To this end the
CAN'AD.V SOI TUEUN ll'Y COMPANY
has, through its connections iu tne Wis
and Northwest, placed on tale a la r ice
number of Tovnisns' Kxi uitsioNTlCKKTs;
at jrrea'ly reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Kx
laliitioii at Philadelphia, but can, iu addit
ion, isit the piiiLii'a!eat''rii cit;cs, with an
opportunity of stopping at any of t lie i'cut
number of famous resorts In New York
aud IVnusilvania. Tho CAN AUA SOI' ITI
KltN is the only line lioin tho west runuioi;
directly lo JSiagaia Falls, n'lvins pescn
gera, from the triin, a wonderliil panoraiuio
view ol the MIOUTY CATARACT,
llOKSK-slIoK FALL, the OUEAT
UAPIDS, and l inding them directly at the
Falls. Tho track of the CAN AHA sOUlll
F.UN is an air line, laid w ith steel rails o
the heaviest pattern; there are no curve
or grade t; wood is Used lor fuel ; Coaches
are furbished with the Wlnchell l'ateut
Ventilator, ensuriri; pu fect freedom Iroiu
dust. With lis complete system of magnif
centPAHLOK SL.Ki:i'lNJ ASH lUaW.
INO P.OOM CAIIS trom tlllCACiO
UKTUOIT AN1 ToLtlJU. auJ Us adiiur
able connections at NIAGARA fALLS
ANU liLFF.VI.O with the NKW YOltK
CLNTKAL ANTKKIfc It A 1 1. WAYS the
Canada Southern I .f.tA" , 1 Biiiisc the
FA YoltlTE LINK TO TH K K AST. TU Vets
via Ibis popular Hue ean he procured at at
ofHcei of sonneet leg lines, or at the coin
Aoy taforaiatlon cm ho olUid hy i
drewuiK FltANK ti NO IV,
Gen'l Pas, and Tieket Ac't. DTOlT.