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J. Q. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
xrhange for 8t. Louis prnK-rty.
4 k, foil SALE.
A'flhe residence on corner llalbrook
avenue khd Twenty-third street, at a
The south hull of tho 'i'llo!" house at
Good two story brick suitable for
tore and ofHces on Commercial avenue,
between Eleventh ami Twelfth.
--Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
and I'oplar streets.
-Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
?r Eighteenth street and Commercial
wenuc, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, went of
Jotumerclul avenue, $10.
Dwellli g house on 'ro street, we.s
of Washington aTnuc.
Two business house on I a vee street,
above Eighth, $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
aext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story house on Commercial av
enue. Two tenement suitable for shops
Store-room corner Twentieth anl
Poplar street, $12 GO.
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 Row, 6 rooms each for $10
per month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
se. 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 the Parish School
will begin Monday, September 4th, and
continue in session sixteen weeks. Terms,
Eight Dollars ior the sesMon, or tifty
cents per week always patablk in
auvasck. There will be no extra charges
for any study except for the study ol
music. For Instruction 'n vocal and in
strumental music, the valuable services of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have been secured.
The success of the school lias been such
that the Rector deems it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupils enn
be accommodated. He will receive those
who apply firstfor admission. He prom
ises to all thorough Instruction in the
common English studies, in the higher
mathematics, the natural (sciences, and
also In Latin and Greek.
. JIAI:l.r.S A. Gil Br. KT,
r tataa r Befvr la tair.
I will from this date sell leather and
findings cheaper than ever before o tie red
Best Cincinnati oak sole.... 10cU.lt)
Howard's best slaughter
leather - 31 to 3 J
All other leather and findings in pro
portion. No. HO Commercial avenue, be
tween Filth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois, iloots and shoes made up iu the
latent styles, and ol the best material and
good workmanship. Boot and shoes at
reduced prices. And only tho tlie beat
St. Ixuls custom-made and my own
make ol boots and shoes will be sold.
H-lS-tf '". K-h-ii.
Jhall Dye Werfca.
Office corner Eight street and otn
tnerclal avenue, in llelsers building,
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.,
leaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put In thorough order. .Satis
H-g-dlm F. Semens & Co.
Um im tfcva Muntla4 mt ('lrMl
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Hail road, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points In Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $.V), allowing
atop-off privileges both ways on the
maiu line, and at Colorado Springs,
Mauitou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
tlie Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close couueo
-Hons made at Pueblo w lih trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the " Sun
Juan Guide," address,
T. J. Axdkrsox.
(Jen. Pats. Agl.,
M8tf Toii KA, Kan.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
C. and V. R. R. track In Cairo at $30 per
car load of
This coal has no si'I'krior for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders tor coal to
James A. Viall & Co.,
Single cord $3 50
Five :ord lots 3 23
COAL FAR ADISK AND Old MClDV !
Single ton $3 50
Three 3 23
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
filled. A choice lot of kindling ou hand
by C. W. Whkrlkk & Co.
Anir 4-2in k
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, U opea to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jos. Ronkker, Prop'r.
W are authorised to announce JollN II.
ItoHINsoN a a candidate for hhenffof Alea
mler county, at the coming enunty election.
VV'r are authorised to announce that R. A YA
niundson li an Independent KepuUlinsn candi
date tor MierilT, at the ensuing eoantv election.
W are aiitlinntcd to announce I'KTKIt SAtl',
for an Independent candidate lur Mirriff of Al
t' taril-r conn ly, at the rnsuuiK county ruction.
ST A I'M ATI UHN K V .
K.DlT'iK Mi l.tarin 1'lcas md'hmi 'i:t I
ra a a-nlllt4- fur the olhre ! .u.U ilori.r y
lor Alender cotinty w the Jiut ral r
liun. Wm . J. i.kn'.!
We are authorized to nnniav WILLIAM
W. MTHhKTKKfi a candidate for Circuit
Clerk of Alexander county at the coming- county
We are authorized to announce JOIIV i),
UAUMANas a cnlidate for tlie. oflie of Cir
cuit clerk of Aleannder county at tiie ensuing
ASCAI.ON LODGE, NO. M.
KniKhtiiof I'yUiiat, meeU every Fri
day niKht at half-itl aeven, in Old-
Kellowa' flail. llo.
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ALKXANUER LODGE, NO. 224.
ladrnendent Order of IWil-rel-
lowa, iitnpta every Tburaday niKht
Iwlf-tHMt aeveo. in tbeir hail on
)inmerrial avenue, between rtixth anil Seventh
"ri-i-t N. A, utvont, ji it
'"lAIUO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. T.. meeta
.in Oild-t'ellowa Hall on the Brut ana third
i iiuJuj in every month, at balf-paat even
A. Comiki;, C I
CAIIIO LODGE. NO. 237, A. F. A A. M.
Hold rrirulitr corumuniwtions in Ma-
Himr Mull. I'iirtter (.nfnmerrial avenue
unit Kilith HtrtM't. un the acoond ami
'ourth Momlav of each month.
WEDNEDSAY.SEPTEMBEK C. 187C.
Iel Waatrjer liepori.
Caiao. III., Sept. l'i.
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WlJIB. J VL. I WAT.
eri(eant. Signal berTh-e, I'. H, A .
See our SO cent alpacas.
thorne A Co.
Boys' hats at. SOc each are goiDg off
like hot cakes at O. Haythorn & Co.'s 3t
Special baraias iu muslins. dres
goods and flannels at Goldstinc & Rosen-
The latent arrival in our city is a
young gentleman at tlie residence of Mr.
A nobby line of hats and gents furnish
ing goods Just received at Gold.stine &
A grand iJcmocratic barbacuc is
next on the tapis, to take placeaf Hodge's
Park, on the 23rd instant.
New and desirable patterns In carpets
and oil cloths, cheaper than ever at
Gold-tine & Rosenwater's. -20-10t
Mr. D. C. Calkins, traveling auditor
lor the Mississippi Central railroad com
pany was in the city yesterday.
It does one good in thce dull times to
drop in and see the throng of customers
at the counters of O. Haythorn & Co. C-3
The Democrats of Massac county hold
a grand rally at Metropolis on next .Sat
urday. A big crowd and a good time
generally is anticipated.
The shoe department of O. Ilavthom A.
i'o.'s store is equal to any iu the state.
Another party of about ten couples ol
our young folks were tendered a delight
lul trip on the steam yacht Ariadne, by
Major Kd. Halliday on Monday night.
Two button kid gloves, in all colors,
including black, only GO cents a pair, at
O. I laj thorne & Co.'s. 0-0-:lt
The lion Logan roars at Ashley to-day,
when and where the Radicals hold a
grand pow-wow and raise a Hayes and
Wheeler pole. Logan will visit Cairo
custom made boots for boys'
O. Haythome & Co.
No one should forget that on to-morrow
night the regular monthly sociable
ol the ladies of tho Church of the Re
deemer, takes place at the residence of
Mrs. Dr. Warduer, on Walnut street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth.
See our complete line of children's
shoes. O. Ilnythorno & Co.
Our popular aud business like young
friend, Dyas T. Parker, left the city yes
terday afternoon for Chicago, where he
w ill remain about one week. Returning
he will ?y a short visit to friends and
relatives a; Salem.
Tho business room, CI Ohio levee
lately occupied by I. Farnbaker, is va
cant aud for rent ; also the cellar and an
office up stairs, in same building. For
particulars apply to Robert Smyth, CO
Ohio levee. tf
Tho board ot county commissioners
will probably visit the neighborhood of
Thebes to-day,for the purpose of making
an examination previous to building a
bridge across Sexton's creek.
Died, ot congestive chills, at the resi
dence ot I). Garrett, Esq., Blandville,
Ky., Sept., 4th. Lizzie Caster, daughter
of Mr. N. O. Caster of Cairo, aired 13
years. Tbe remains were Interred lu tlie
Blandville oeiuetry yesterday,
Sun please copy.
Dan. Hartinan la closing out his en
tire stock of dry goods, etc., at cost, pre
paratory to starting for the east to pur
chasing his fall and winter stock . There
is no humbug about this. His goods are
going at cost, and buyers w ill save money
by calling upon him. tf
George Hendricks, who for the pat
two years has studied law In the ofllce ot
Llnegar and Lansden, leaves this city
shortly Ior Ottawa, where he will be ex
amined 1clorc the tmpreme court lor ad
mittauec to the legal bar.
The Cairo ( Ity t oal company is at
work putting up a derrick nt l ilumrc
City, for the purpose of lifting coul from
barges Into cars tube hipped South. The
business of this company is said to lie In
It is currently reported that Dan.
llartiuan, besides fixing un the Athe
nciiin in a lirst-elu style, for the l'st
traveling tiilcnt on the continent, w 111
make a grand opening this fall in tin
queens ware line.
Mr. John E. Howe, agent for the Katie
Putnam theatrical troue, writes to Mr.
Dan Hartmrui, lessee of the Atheneuin,
that the Putnam party, which is now
larger ami letter than ever before, will
pay Cairo a vi-it early iu the amusement
Persons having broken sets of French
China, or llohcmiuu glassware, or who
need anything in this Hue, can have them
matched by calling on Dan Hartman,who
will very shortly etatt for the eat, and
will take pleasure in making these pur
chases tor his customers.
Farmers living thirty, forty and lilty
miles distant, now make Cairo a market
for the disposal o! their farm products.
They get letter prices here than cl
where, and though they have to come
great distances, they llnd that tiiey are
the winners in the long run.
The Bulletin ofhVe received a visit
Irom two well-known citizens of Mem
phis, Tenn., Robert E. C. Divver, mana
ger of S. C. 'I oof 's extensive blank book
manutaetory. and W. K. French, princi
pal artit at Bingham Bros.' celebrated
Southern photograph gallery. They
were en route home from the centennial.
On last Monday night, about eight
o'clock, while Vol. Mulkey, youneest
son of Judge Mulkey, was playing with
an ice hook, near Klee and Kessler's ice
house, comer of Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, he met with a very pain
tul accident by running the hook through
tlie fleshy part ot his toot.
We know a politician who swears, that
by the hind wheel ot the car of Jugger
naut lie w ill not be trifled with by the
would-be leaders ot the party. On one
particular occasion, when he was abus
ing a liadical who wears a linen duster,
we concluded we had captured the origi
nal Roaring Ralph Stackpole. He is
Johnny Gates is preparing to open the
finest saloon and billiard hall in Southern
Illinois. With a new Eldorado and his
old and reliable Charley Frank, in tlie
harness, he will create a sensation in sa
loon circles. We never drink, hut like
to occasionally look into a first-class sa
loon. It refreshes us.
Cadet Willie Wilcox leaves the trout
streams of Vermont to-day for the Cen
tenuial and to return to his studies at the
Pennsylvania Military Academy, at Ches
ter. Willie is fitting himselt lor a jour
nalist, and during his vacation has pub
lished a little daily newspaper regularly
He has two years more to remain at ths
academy before graduating.
A new sidewalk on Eighteenth street
between Walnut street and Washington
avenue, is in course of construction tin
der the superintendence of Mr. Nick
Devore. The lumber for a new walk
shortly to be built on Fourteenth street,
between Walnut street and Washington
avenue, is being pla-ed on the ground
ready lor use.
The German Catholic si-hool, on Cross
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut, under the direction of the Sisters
ol Ixiretto, 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 per month. Extra charge for needle
The bloods of the city are all-a-gog
over the prize fight to come oil' to-morrow
between the celebrated bruisers
Tom Allen ol St. Louis, and Joe floss,
the Englishman. Some small bets have
been made, Alleu generally being tlie
favorite. Those bets will have to be
withdrawn, as Alleu and Uoss have been
arrested by tbe authorities of Ohio.
That's how the matter stands now.
If the leaves continue to fall from the
trees, and the wine-like vapors won't
stop floating over the waters of the river.
and about the house tops, we will agree
with the cheerful saloon-keeper over the
way, that hot rum punches are not far
ofl. Thou art so dear and yet so tar-
rosy, smoking, radiant punch. Like the
con Juctair with his ticket, we will punch
w ith care until Christmas comes.
The colored Republicans ot Johnson
and the adjoinlngcouiitics have arranged
tor a grand demonstration at Vienna on
next Saturday, J. J. Bird of this city w ill
deliver a speech, and wave the bloody
shirt In true Mortoman style. A num
ber of white police have been engaged to
keep order during the day. The meet
ing will be held on the grounds near the
Cairo aud Vincenuea railroad.
It's about time that his honor, 11. Win
ter, Ksq., should send a telegram cn to
the sea shore for bivalves. He has talked
considerably about oysters recently, and
the public the oyster-eating public is
excited In anticipation ot a few car loads.
They want oysters or less talk about
them. The topic is too exciting. A
dozen steamed, or brollod in tact a
dozen done up in any style would make
even a private secretary howl w ith tie
A pacing race, between the bay hore
Flint erfoot, owned by Mr. Ike W alder
and tlie old gray horse, llsror Blade,
owned by Perry Powers, the livery man,
has been arranged to come off In this
city soon, Mr. Walder staking one hun
dred dollars against tifty, put up by Mr.
Harmon ivy, who backs the gray. The
horses are considered to possess more
speed than any others In this neighbor
hood, and the race, though not a fast one,
will doubtless bo Interesting.
A. Marx, after spending two weeks hi
New York, Philadelphia, and other large
itles east, and purchasing tho largest
and finest stock ot clothing he has yet
brought to Cairo, returned yesterday
morning. His new goods will liegin to
arrive immediately, and will soon be on
his shelves ready for purchasers. It
w ill be policy for buyers to postpone
making purchases until they have in
T. S. Pcttlt, Owensborn, Ky.; Win. K.
French, Memphis; Rolert E. C. Driver,
Memphis; Thomas A. Dtiks and family,
Pueblo, CaL; J. '. Willis, Metropolis;
Wm. Murphy, Metropolis; Theodore
Bert, Cincinnati; T. .1. Snow, Jackson,
Tenn.; T. J. Landon, Maylicld, Ky.;
John C. Killingsworth, C. T. Horton. St.
Louis; J. S. Zeller, Auburn, N. .1. .Iohn
Armstrong, Blair, Neb.; J. Harvey, Ar
kansas; T. J. Kinney, Peoria; A. Gwin
Foster, Louisville; H. C. Wilkes, St.
Louis, were at the St. I harlcs hotel.
He was overworked one day, and a
ride in an open street car fixed a cold on
his lungs. The sorencs in the chest
gave him only momentary trouble, and
no attention was paid them. One day.
In the rush of trade, he overworked
again, and to his surprise kept his bed for
weeks with acute disease of the lungs,
which he had not suspected were disor
dered. He might have saved this loss of
time in the hurry of business by taking
Hall's Balsam. Price, $1.00 per bottle.
John Phillips, a colored man, had some
hot words with an Italian who keps a
peanut stand at the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, yesterday
morning. He made use of language that
grated very harshly on the ears of the
peanut vender, and threatened to put a
head on him, w hich ciused the peanut
man to seek the protection of the law.
John was arrested bv Chief Gossman.
and take.i belore Judge Bross for trial.
who taught him a Icson in etiquette,
and lined him five dollars and costs, and
ordered him to jail to board for six days,
and to do service on the streets of the
At tho Planter's House yesterday were
J. A. Cummins, Arlington, Ky.; D. V.
Calkins, Logansport, Ind.; John Miller
and lady. Unity ; Mrs. T. S. McElmurry,
Miss Sallie McElmurry, Dr. T.T.Pat
terson, and Wm. A. Burt, Charleston ;
Geo. Mertou and wife, Dallas, Tex.; W.
W. Trymer, iuiney ; Henry Smith, Pa
ducah ; B. M. Slicer, Canton, Miss.; F.
Hequetubourg, Bird's Point ; R. J. Ray,
Grand Chain ; W. Y. Gadney, Kentucky,
W. P. Courtney, New Grand Chain ; D.
F. King, Arlington, Ky.; Wm. llamil
ton, and wife, Crown Point, Ind.; J. T.
Clarkson, Charleston ; John Scroggs.Un-
Ion county, Ky.;G. II. Bradley, St. Paul;
S. B. Spring, Chicago.
Johnny Feith delivered a telling speech
from the band stand on Market square,
Monday night. It was listened to by a
throng of his youthful friends, and quite
a number of grown persons. Johnny is
a talented little fellow, and made a Demo
cratic speech ot no mean order. Tim
Connors, Frank Harnian, Johnny Reis
ser, Johnny Jaeckel, Jimmy Boone,
Amandeus Jaeckel and Frank Foley, urc
all young orators, w ho tell some remark'
able and tough Democratic campaign
stories during ttieir speeches. Jimmie
Boone, in a recent sieech, said that In
New York city the I emoerat8 had erec
ted a pole four hundred feet high, from
which floated tho largest Hag iu tlio
I'nited States. Don't take it back Jim
mie. Dennis Croiton, of the Bulletin,
is color bearer to the club. When elected
to that position he pulled down a llag
that floated over the job office of this es
tablishment, and took his place in the
ranks like a bruised veteran of many bat
ties, lis don't make speeches, but writes
them lor the other boys. As a light
weight tighter and acrobat he has but
few equals. On next Saturday night, we
are informed, tlie boys will call on Capt
Billy Williams and ask that clever Demo
cratic gentleman for a few more torches
and alter cheering Captain Billy they
will make a grand parade, winding up
with short and eloquent speeches, Inter
spersed witli original jokes, at the band
Stand. Of course Johnny Feith will de
liver the principal sieech.
Circuit Court fteplember Term.
Part ot the morning was taken up in
hearing motions.after which a trial in the
case ot tlie Peoplu vs. the Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad, commenced. This is an
injunction case to prevent the railroad
from standing or switching cars on Com
mercial avenue. 1. T. Llnegar and Jno.
H. Mulkey appear tor the people, and S.
P. Wheeler for the defendant.
The grand jury returned ten indict
ments, as follows : Terrell Rurfield, ma
licious mischiel ; Thos. Lynch, burglary;
Charles Mitchell, larceny ; John Brown,
alias Matt Hardin, lorgery ; John Iewls,
rape; Wm. Sanders, and Win. liaker.
Iarc2ny ; Fred. Cliff, Mollio Itailey and
ClirUtiana Taylor, larceny.
from Siw York-Tue Very l.aleat.
Mr. J. A. Ooldstine ot the linn ot
Uoldstine & Uosenwater, who is now In
New York city, writes to the iirm that,
by reason of the demoralized condition of
the market In New York, he has been en
abled to obtain splendid bargains iu dry
goods, notions, gents furnishing goods,
hats.&c. These goods are arriving dally,
in large quantities, and an Inspection of
(he goods and prices will convince those
who deslro to purchase, that such bar
gains were never before offered in Cairo.
Sale rooms 130 and 138 Commercial ave
GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY.
Torch-Light Procession by the
Speeches by Messrs. Harwell. Lln
egar, Oberly and Albright.
The Democratic demonstration at the
court house lat night was ono of the
largest and most enthusiastic that has
taken place In I'alro for a long time.
The meeting was for the purpose of
forming a Tllden and Hendricks club In
the Fourth aud Fifth wards, which was
not accomplished, owing to the lateness
of the hour alter the speaking was over.
The meeting was called to order by
Mr. P. n. Cochran.
Capt. W. M. Williams was chosen sec
retary, Mr. W. II. Morris, chairman of the
Democratic senatorial committee was
called upon to preside, and on taking
the chair, delivered a short but eloquent
speech. He introduced Mr. Wm. Hart
7.cll to the large audience.
Mr. Hartzell's speech consumed the
greater part ol an hour, exposing the cor
ruption ol the Republican party, and ad
vocatiug honest government and reform.
He was loudly applauded throughout his
speech, leaving a splended impression
upon the audience.
Mr. Llnegar followed, speaking over
one hour, dwelling upon the school ques
tion, civil service reform, military Inter
ference in the South, and the powers al
lotted presidents of the United States.
John II. Oberly being called upon,
epoke about twenty minutes, was loudly
applauded, and listened to with much
Mr. F. E. Albright made the closing
speech, saying that at a future time he
w ould address the citizens of Cairo at
After the adjournment the Sweepers,
under command of the stalwart Demo
cratic veteran, Capt. Jesse McIIafley, re
formed in front of the court house, and
to the tune of Yankee Doodle, marched
to The Bllletln office, where three
rousing cheers were given In its honor.
Taking up the line of inarch again
the Sweepers repaired to their hall.
Messrs. Cochran and Roberts will at
tend to the organization of the club in the
Fourth aud Fifth wards. To them is due,
iu a great measure, the success ot last
A No. 1 Lanndry .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
tlie laundress, No. 12 Fourth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords ot hotels and boarding houses will
tiud 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 are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ;
two shirts and two collars, 23c ; per doz
en, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 6c; two
handkerchiefs, tie; vests, 20u; ana all
gentleman's wear, 80c. per dozen. La
dies plain calico dresses, $1.23 perdozen;
calico dresses with extra trimmings, SOc ;
white dresses, $1.25; ladies underwear,
line or course, $1 per dozen. 0 2-U
Kill ESTATE AT 1VCTI0K.
10 lots in block 30, first addition to the
City of Cairo..
Lots 5 to 12, and 25 to 32, inclusive.
Sale on the premises, 3 o'clock p. m
September ICth, 187C.
Title Uuarnled-ajale Ponitlvr.
Terms One-half each and one-half in
twelve months, with six per cent., secur
ed by a mortgage on the premises.
Winter & Stewart,
Lookout for Iinnieuwe Bargain
At Solomon Parelra's, 142 and 144 Com
merciid avenue, which will arrive soon
as Mr. B. Wiel, who Is the buyer of this
firm, has left to buy a ucw and fresh sup
ply of dry goods notions, clothing and
furnishing 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 Parelra's, 1 13 and 111 Commercial
Li land's Sturtcvant House, Broadway.
Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets,
New York city, has reduced 100 rooms,
with hoard, to $3.00 ; 100 rooms to $3.50 ;
Parlor and second floors, $4.00 per day ;
Hooms, European plan, $1.00 per day
and upwards. The Sturtevant Is kept In
first-class style, superbly furnished. Kle
vater and every improvement. Location
convenient to all places of Interest to tlie
visitor. Street cars pass liotul for depots
and Central Park. 2t
Mr. Gustavo Wetzel having returned
to Cairo, has fitted up his old rooms cor
ner or i-Jgtitti street ana commercial
avenue, as a llrst-class photograph gal
lery, w here he w ill be happy to see his
old friends and patrous, as well as scores
of new ones. All orders in the picture
line will be executed iu tirst-class style,
and at prices to suit the times. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
satisfaction or no charge." 8-UI-lni.
J. UeorK Mtetubouae.
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 tho barber line. In
dies' and childreua' hair cut or druf sed.
either at the shop or their homes.
Cottage No. 30 Tenth street ; 3 rooms,
Hall and summer kitchen, cistern, etc.
Lot 23 leet frout, C5 tect deep. Terms
Ten Dollars per mouth ix aovamk.
lU-fcreuces required. Enquire at No. 3
Teuth street.. nug31-3t
Just received the celebrated Morulujr
Glory brands of Hams, Breakfast Bacon,
8. C. Shoulders and Dried Beef. For sale
low. C. O. Patkb A Co., ;"
8-3-5t New York Store.
if your state did havo the reputation
of being 'grasshoppr red' every ear, I
would have had to pty twenty dollars nn
acre Instead of six, and Ihe grasshoppers
have done me solid beneilt,"'
We heard these exact words from ,thc
lips of A farmer from McLean county.
Illinois, the other day ; a man of cxe
rienee and observation who has just
purchased half a section of land In Fill
more county, on the liiw ol the Burl
ington and Missouri Itivcr railroad com
pany. There is a great deal of truth bottled
up in this confession. Men from Illinois
and other states who come to Nebraska
and examine lor themselves, go away
convinced of this fact, that the grass
hopper Is by no means as destructive ns
the chinch bug, they see that the stories
they have heard are either whooly lilsc
or greatly exaggerated, and they realize
that in the young state of Nebraska men
can raise bigger crops, and make more
money than they can further cast, not
withstanding that wo do have an oom
slonal grasshopper to worry us.
The grasshopper troubles of the past
two years have done us no damage of
any consequence, and everything goes to
prove the truth of hat Professor ISiley
says, which is that grasshoppers will
only trouble Nebraska om-e or twice In a
long series ot years, and that year by year
the chances of our being troubled will
grow less. Xtbraxka Errhtingr,
Kntlrvly Mntlvf (tetory
The Charter Oak is as near perfection
as we ever expect to find a stove. En
tirely satisfactory ; in Fhort, a perfect
success as a first-class cooking stove.
WAR Ull'AHTUBNT. TtlVKII flKPriT,
."vpt. ft. IsTfi.
i inovi I
STATION. LOW WATER, j CIIAKCC.
j FT. Tt. IN.
Cairo ) H 7 X 7
Louiaviile 4 In
Naahville :i 7 ..
St. Louis l o
Kvaneville u ti
Memptuit it 11 :i
Vickxbiirff ! f 4
Stvr Orleaoa In l
'Below liirh Water of 174
Semeaut, SiKiiul ht rvii e, I . s. A.
Steamer James Flsk, Paducah,
" John L. Uhodes, Cincinnati.
Phil. Allen, Mound City.
John B. Maude, Vickxhurg.
Ohio Mill, up.
Steamer James Yuk, Paducah.
" John L. Rhodes, New Orleau
" John n. Maude, St. Louis.
" Phil. Allen. Memphis.
During the last 2-1 hours the river at
rose point fell 7 Inches.
The John L. Khodes had a very good
trip, and added CO tons here.
The Ohio Mill brought a cargo of
barrels for Charles (luligher's Homing
The Flsk had a good trip from Pa
ducah. Tlie John 15. Maud, passed up for Sr.
Louis with a fair cargo.
Nearly every boat that comes up
from the south now has a number of
young men passengers bound lor Cape
Girardeau, w here they will enter college.
The Phil Allen, after staying on the
ways at Mound ( ity for two weeks and
undergoing a thorough overhauling,
passed down for Memphis late Monday
Business is very quiet about tlie
w hat I.
Mothers can M'i'lire health fur their chil
dim and renl for tbciu-elvcn by the uu. ol'Caa
I'ira, perfect mibntitute for Cantor Oil. It ia
ultftelutely hariiilc-w. and is a ideatiaiit to tule
a honey. For W inl-CoUh! onr ptomach,
worms or constipation, tor young or old, there
u nothing inexioti ucc like it. It U certain, it
is npeedy, it ia chca.
Caked Breasts. lUunnutium, a ia-
ic, fcweUimrs, sprain, atiif joiula, burns
senilis, poisonous bile, aud all flesh, bone and
muscle ailments, can lie absolutely cured by the
Centaur liniment. What the While Liniment
ia for the human family, the Yellow Liniment
is for spavined, nailed and lame horses and Mill
K. F. Unakrl i HlUer Wlue or Iron
has never been known to fall in the cure of
weakueas, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, iohh oi memory, umi
eulty of breathing, gem-rul weakness, horror
OI uisease, wen, uenoiiBuouiuus."n."
lul horror of death, niglit sweats, cold feet.
weakness, dimness ol vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muNCtilar aystem,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic synio.
toms, hot hands, flashing ol the boly, dry
ness of tlie skin, pullid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purityiutf tuo blood,
paiu in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spots llyiug before the eyes
with temporary aulllsiou aud loss of sight,
want ol attention, etc. These nyniptoins
all arise from a weakness, aud to remedy
that, ue K. K. Kuukel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoyiUL' health who have used it. Take
only K. V. K linker.
Beware of counterfeit! nod bae imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bilter Wine of Iron is
o well kuoivn all over the country, dnur
L'isLs themselves make all imitation and try
to sell it ofl to their ciiftomers, vthru they
call for Kuukel's Bitter Wine or Iron,
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Irou is put up
only iu it bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
niculy plil on tuo ouisiue nun tun iv
prletor'a photograph on th wrapper of
each poilio. Aiwaya iuoa iur hid yun-
irrapb, on Ihe outside, and you w ill always
be aura to pet the genuine, tine dollar pet
bottle, or six for 5. Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS ItEMOVKD ALIVE.
E. K. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy Tin heat ana blomavu vt onus.
Dr. Kuukei. tlie omy auceessiui pnisieioa
who remove Tape Worm in two hour
alive, with head, and no fee uutll removed.
Coimuuu sense teaches that II tape worm
be removed, all other worm eau l readily
destroyed. reud lor tireular to lr. Kuu
kel, Mo. 250 North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or rail on your druggit and ak
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm syrup.
Price. 1.00. It sever tail.
FMty cents, at Wluter'i Gallery.
Simlliern lilrirt of III inoU. SS. At Cairo the
n th day or Angimt, A. I. Ihtk,
The unilfrsljrnod hertby gives notlcn of
li s appointment as niigiieo of Watson B.
Kookwell, late of nlro, In tbe County of
Alexander and State ol Illinois, Within ait
district, who has been mljudired bankrupt
upon hl own petition bv the district court
otsnid district, UKuRUK F1HKK,
Highland Park, 111.
A ( olleitlnte nml Prepnrntnry Inatl
Intlnit tor l.iMllei.
r'ull "l(in lirv-in SyptrmW 20th, l-C'l.
Cor-eol Plii'ly thorough ami extended . Hare
1'iiritie for Musir, iMnwinir ami PaintliiK
.Mniini r, .Moralriflwl Health of the flrxt inixr-tHiin-.
College Imililinits ronimnctioii, ami
well furnlshc-M. 'o room lor pupilnalioie two
IliKhWil' Mairs. Ixntion airritctive. Ihone
h;i hfiveroiiiplrteil their ordinary school edit
enlio" H-H'tthiTt mv be received to pnroie our
hiirhi-r courses with" Niiecial adrnntiiae. Kli
V Alii) p. WKSION, I'RMintftT.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C AND EE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building, vp-stairs.
7ha Oldrat Established Arenoy In Sout
era Illinois, representing orxr
165 OOO 000
The Old Sellable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
H is re-oM'iied his establishment in the
Where can tie found an extra fine stolv
of (rood lii hi line,
(iive Jones a call. 8-1 IMC.
Kiip'li-li Urus-ela. Three Ply and Inirrain,
aKo, !-tiir Carprt'.Velvvt'Rug, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Place
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets carefully packed and sent to an j
part of the I'nited .States free of charge.
tT-SEND: FOR PRICE X.IST.-"
7-4-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
ISy virtue of nn execution to me directed by
the "clerk of the circuit court of Alexander
county, in the State of lllinniii, in favor ol ti
ll n W'alnh ami anuiiiKt llcriiurd Smyth, I have
levied upnu the lolluwing Urbcrilied pnierty,
Lotn numbered twelve (1'J) und thirteen (1.)) in
block numliered two (J) s the undivided "De-half
('.,,) ol lot mimliercil cijjlit (() in Work nuru-
erel twenty-seven l-'il; the iinaiviileii one-hull
"..I of lots numbered seventeen (171 and eiirh-
teen (I") in block numbered thirl)- "), all in
hecity of Cairo, countv oi Alexander an. I state
of Illinois. Ali lot numbered seven (7) in
dock numbered twentT-six (M). lot numbered
three ( i) in block numbered forty-live y lot
tiumljered thirty-seven C17) In lilocK numhereit
firty-aeven (7) , lot nmoUrtd ten (In) in block
nmuni'roi eminy-inrte ou. i ne icane nom in
terest in and to lot nuiulieivl elKbt () in blTk.
numbered aluliluan !. toicrthcr With the
hutidiuK ami improvement Minuted thereon,
all enUI laU mentioned lots and block beinK 't-nnli-,1
in Hip HrHt addition to the citv of Cairo, in
the county of Alexander and state of Illinois, as
the ppiierty oi tlie sain iscrnari Miiytn, wtncti
I hIiiiII otfer at public Hale at the South-west door
of the Court lloune in the city Ot Cairo, in the
ounlv of Alexander-ami state of lllinoiM, on the
I ""'th davof ciitfinher, A. I.,l7'l, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a.m. tor Cauli, to aatinfv aahl
execution. AI.KX. II 1KVIX.
Mienli or Alexander County, 111 .
Oiiro, llli., AiiKustiiith. li7. d-td
liv virtue of an execution to me directed
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex-
anuer county, in me mie oi iiiinoi.x, in
favor of llcrnard .ncwamis and against
James A. trv. I have levied upon the lol-
lowiug described propet ty, in first Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in tue county oi
Alexander and stute of Illinois, to-wit :
All of the rialit. title and interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen llol 1U UHic uuuiucieu lonj-ncTtru it i ;
winch 1 uii oner at pinnc saie at me
Soutli-wet door of the Court House in the
Citv ot Cairo, in the Countv of Alexander
and' Mate ot Illinois, on the 10th day ot Sep
tember. A. IX. lsTd. at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., for esh, U itlfy id ex
ecution. ALEX. 11 1RMN,
sheritT of Alexander County, Illinois.
t 'airo, Ills.. August Vtl. 1870. did
Ity virtue of an exeeution to me directed by
the cli'ik ol the eireuit court of VSayne
county, in the State of Illinois, in favor of Wil
liam aliuetTer aiidacuiuKt Klleu Trniisuale, I haa
lex led upon tli follow ing described property,
l.ot mindieri'd one (I), two (2), three (t),
four (I), live! i), six (U). seven (T) andeia-hK).
all in lihu k uuiiilierd ten (I11), iu the third ad
dition 10 the citv of Cairo, ia the county of Alex,
under and Male of llliuois.aathepriipertyof tlm
said Ktlen TroiiHilale, which I sliall oiler ul public
sale at the Muth-est door of the t onit House
in the city of i iro, in the routy of Alexamlvr
and Shite of Illinois. on the Kih day of September
A. l. , lsTii, at tlie hour of eleven o'clock, u.lu ,
for t anb, to Butlsfy said eJ,ru.l0,,,'j jrvin
Sheriff Alexander Couuty, III.
I'uir", Ills. , August i' tll, lsT. d-ld
W1IJ, of !Otirse, wish to see all the sl'Uts
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOLT11EU-N K'V COMPANY
has, through It connection In tae We
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Toi'uists' Exctksion Tickets
at itfeaiy reduscd rates, by wi ieh passen
gers eau not only visit Ihe Centennial Kx
hibitiou at l'biludelpliia, but can, in addit
ion, vi.it the pi inUpaUa.-uru cities, with au
opportunity ol stopping at any ol the reat
nuuiber of faiuotis resorts in New York
and IVunsylvania. The CANADA SOC 1U
RttN is th only line Irom tho west runniu
directly to Niagara Falls, giviujj pasacn
t't rs, It out the train, a wondertul panoramlo
i,w il the M1UUTY CATARACT,
HOUSt-xiIOK FALL, the GREAT
It Al'lDS, und Uuding them directly at the
FalU. The track of the CAN ADA BOL'l 11
rUN is un air line, laid with cteel rail o
tho heaviest pattern ; there are no curve
or grade; wood is Used for fuel ; Coaches
arc furbished with Ihe Wiuchell Patent
Yeutilator, cniirlrg piefect fr;dom from
dust. Wi'li ii complete system of uiaguif
centrAHLOK M.KKPISW AND PIUW.
1S(J UOO.M CAUS from tlllCAOt
DETKOIT AND Ti'l.KDO. and 11 adunr
able connection at NIAOAUA FALI-S
AND IU FFALO with Ihe NEW YOKK
CKNTUAL ANDLKIK RAILWAYS, the
Cauadj Southern U fal becoming tt
FA YOKl TE LINK! O TUK FA I'. Tkk.U
via tbl popular Une can be proeumd at al
office of oonnectln,-line., or at tb com
Poy'w a office.
Aay Uformatioa eta be obtaiaed by d
dreaautg FBAXK E. e'SOW,
Oan'J Pa, aad Ticket A't. DaiaolT.