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THE OAIBO BTJLXjElTIlSr, .TTGTJST 8.
HSWS o? the cut,
' A: .Mil. 0. K. 1!. Co.--Tlii oomjwiny
ivnn nr,nnl,wl tin S.ltll rdll V. Hull. V-
Casey, of .Moun.l City, wu eU'Wi-l JT.-I-dull.
Mot'Mi CiTYiirs.-Calro "
yesterday l.y tlio iiresoncnof '"fK" """
W of Mound Cilytto. Tby ere Wo
l.rolml.ly on ilovotlon! jnnlnw
.laitOKSr.v. i'r- ,0",, 'orK''"'i' I'n.
wo understand, reslgni-d his tm.ltloii in
tint railroad flc '" 'I cl,.v Ml"1 wi"
mako ancilfndod Kasterti trip during tlio
.Summer inJ ,
'(iricK. W" nro informed liy William
.MnrlTft, tlic County Treasurer it ml Asses
sor, (list thi,Ase.-or' sbook. worts filed on
the 3d (nit, and nro now ojicrf for lnpec
tion. I'omtkai.. Tliu Alexander county
Jladlcnl convention will 1m) hold In this
t it v tut tlio STtli Inst., at 1! o'clock p. ni,
Number of delegate entltlod to tents Jn
con volition 2".
Tut Tit Tim power of Mrs. Wilt
comb i Syrup for children atyi n positive
a tho sunlight from heaven, and gontlo
and soothing runn nngel't whisper.
I.V4ULTU). Sotno of tho .Vim's palront
Ucamc Intuited because, the luminary said
I)r Cnrtwright'i lecturo wat Inlcreitlng.
Tlio luminary proceeded forthwith to
npobgUo for tho compliment.
Pemonal. Judgoi Allen and Mulkoy
returned yesterday morning from Jones
boro, These gentlemen lrnvo been cngng.
cd in very important tults at the Union
county circuit court. Thoy will return in
It It of the utmost Importance to huru
spectacles adapted tothocyo in it scientific
manner. Tabor II rot. Ohio Levee, nrc
sole iigonU in this plnco for Lara rut &
.Morrit' perfected ipectaclct. nugltfd&wl
Cairo Lodge No, 237 A. V. it A.
fcjsTwIll hold a stated communication
tliis (Monday) evening Aug. 8, A
I. &S70. Visitor! fraternally Invited.
Uy order of tho W. M., Foitimr Ginr.
The VoungMcn't Christian Association
will hold their regular monthly meeting
this evening at tho Methodist Church,
beginning nt 8o'clock. An Invitation It
extended to all. H
Ct sTOM lloLoK. AVork will thortly be
gin on tbunow Custom hourc. Col, Crcbs
secured nn impropriation to comploto It,
amounting to eighty thousand dollar. Tho
contract lias been awarded to u Cairo car
1-at Cow. "Walltmith, Walter and
.Maloney, will butcher a premium cow this
evening and oiler licr for tain tomorrow
mcrmng. bho It a beauty, and every per
sen ought to taste her tootbtoino lleth.
ill lil'KK. Chief (ionsmnii received i
telegram from .Mcmphit vesterdav adrli
ing him to be on tho look out for u noun
who had committed a murder In that (Itv
and hud escaped. Jt wb thought by the
Memphl- uutlioritlet that ho had taken an
1 ilAVKii.ed l)r. .Sltiiiiionk' I.ivor Jtegu
lator In my family for Dyspepsia and
Hich Headache, and regard It ann Invahi.
ullo remedy in these attack.. It has not
laded to givo relief in anv Inslanco.
I'.KV AV. F.KASTKKL1XU,
Avaint, Ismukstion! Thu Charter
Oak Htovtilt the most Intcretting and tin-
I' rtant feature in tin; family economy
f t It Alls the hotlSU with U'Hmith. thn In
lie with good .cheer, .and prevent that
rtury aspect and thoso Indigestible meal
t at bring tourneit of temper, illtcomlort
1 '' -A negro light occurred
yesterday In tit Fourth ward.
Cdutt. (ieorgu Washington charged
lietijamln Frunklln with ttiiilirii; his
nam,. v usiiingtoii wm knocked
ilriwri KVanblli, nn...t,. i . .
riM 10 neai no
Tanmnii thk Siali-.-AII tholialrdyo
mm un ir congener, tlio "eolorers,' "re.
4 .. .If l. .1
ivivir, vwt ujw oior lilt' wain. riialcn'i
Vltalla, or Salvator for tho Hair, It tho
only articlo for restoring gray hair, which
noes not ktaln tbo tkin.
Sold by ,nll druggist and fancy goods
Vawlh School llovhts. Munu, Lin
egar, 1'ope, and Fiihor are giving tho col
ored peoplo tho promiso that echool houstt
shall U built for tho colored children of
UIro, equal in cTery respect to thoso built
for whlto tUMr. Shore, is already
Loust.ng that ho will I, principal. Urad
1 wl" contest hi. rlgU t0 Uic potition.
W. K.Noutos and Ooo KVir..,.. v
and Hon. L. 8. TrlmMsTt ' 1 Sdurli
If on. A. Murdock, Pres dent of m', ?
& Ohio railroad, at th. Do Koto'
thli city, last Saturday. The party Uld '
consultation of teveral hou7urat 0a
There it tome railroad project on tliu t
pit in which Faducah feel.Jn IntereU -CUumlut
Vujiatch, Auy, 4,
Whllo tho public men of Puducah aru
laboring tojtocure to thtfr city railway fn
cflitiot, tho Hoard or Aldermen of tho city
of Cairo nro.'ondeavorlng to kill that rail
road cnterprho which It of tho moit im
porUnco to our future welfaro the Cairo
nnd Vlncgnne road.
TiikC. A V "- , "5t'K ol the
Hoard of AUIcrmen will ho huld to-nlglit
todotr.riiilne whether tho vote taken by
that body a few days ago, d.ifeatlng a reso
1 is I fori lo renew the Mibff rlptloli of tho
rllv iii ChIm hihI Vineenni'S railroad,
thill !' reconsidered and tho rcoliitlon
I If tho Aldorinen cti.all rol'uso.to rescind
tneir aclltiii (I icy win Hrikni sevcru Olow
at tho iiitert'Fts nf Cuiru, Which in the fu
ture will rebound and injure the men who
tlriku it. Kvery ntlier city nnd overy
county along tho whole lino of tho road
has patl the resolution which the Hoard
has defeated, and mi other city has hulf as
much to lose in Cairo by exhibiting to
ward tho Cairo nnd Yincnnnca road a
spirit of unfriendliness. Under cxltllng
circumstances Cairo has tho beat chance to
procuro the workshops of tho road, hut If
the Hoard pcrslstt In Its prenent action, wu
may bid farewell to all hopo Of obtaining
them. There ant many othor considera
tion! of thlt kind which might bo urged,
but which huvu no doubt presented them
selvet to tho mind of every cltlr.cn.
What lithe opposition to the resolution
bated upon V Can uny Alderman glvo a
good reason for his opposition? ilu may
talk about the inetllclcncy of Hunnide, but
that hat nothing to do with tho matter,
lie may declare that the C. 6i V. H. It,
owo their I'mployos, but, bftldo not being
true, that has nothing lo do with tliu mat
ter. Tho only question it this: "Doe
Cairo want tho Cairo and Vlnconnes
Itallroad, and, to got it,
is she willing to lay now that the will
nbldo by the promitu her people mado nt
the pollt a couple of years ago, nnd which
hor council rc-alllrmcd tome time after ?"
Any aldcr.nan;who bcllovct that a majority
of tho people of tho city would again yoto
for tho road, Is in duty bound to volo for
tho rcsolutlon.oii this subject, which wat
defeated by that Hoard u few day ago,
nnd which will again bo pretentod to-night
for reconsideration. And who can Uoubt
that tho people would voto In this way r
Let us look at It. Cairo hat said : I will
Issuo to tho 0. & V. road, $..0,000 of my
bonds whenever the track of laid road shall
bo laid from Cairo to tho boundary Hue be.
twooii Alexander and Pulaski, and can
shall be running thereon, ond I will Imuo
$50,000 more bonds upon tho completion
of tho road to Johnson county.'' Is there
a citizen who it not willing to approve
this promise? Can Aldermen Wintor,
Mendel, Kleb and l.ohr, who nro opposing
tho renewal of this oiler, doubt, for a mo
ment that the peoplo with almost a unani
mous volco would voto to renew tho olfer?
Suppose Burnsldo should fail, would tho
city be worse oil' than It it ? Hut, he tayi
In a letter from New York, dated tho 2nd
Intl., "I leave for Kurope to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock, to b abtunt tome six
weeks, for tliu purpose of closing the nego
tiations 1 had to nearly completed when I
wat recalled last .Summer. If the original
lubicriptlom can ho kept good, I am
ready to commoiieo work, lay within
four months on tho ('. and V. road, nnd
press it forward a rapidly us ponlblo, but
It is absolutely iiectary that 1 should bo
ablu to renew my negotiations on the came
nams at liclure.
From this tint Aldtrmeii.n.tio'A.1 r,..
nowal of thu orler may tes what a respon
ilbillly they aro numlng by their present
A IJUIUK IIS.M' I.T.- I IIOIISalHlS MIIIlT
necdlemly I'rom Iiiillgotion, dytptquia,
liver complaint, -W., and It I only because
they neglect to avail themsolvt- of that
wonderful hoiM-hold remctly, .Mishb-r's
Herb llitti'r ii irciarntion that excels
nny other ever di.t-oviTod for complaints
ofthls nature. Sufferer from the Tourgo
..four race, lypep.ia, why will you en-
uure toe agony it irHlueu, when l.y tliu
iikii of M filler's Herb llltteriyou mil drive
It from you forever? This Is a sovoriun
i i ...ni ... . . i I
fi-iiirujr aim win enuci a poaiuve uuu per-
maneiit cure In yuiir rase. Thu iiubliu Is
made aeUaIiitei with all tho Ingredients
used in tho preparation of these bitters,
Mid the highest medical authorities in tho
laud ret'omuic ml It, and it Iih never let'n
known to full v. hen taken according to the
direction accoinpaiiylng each Initio. Sold
by all druggist and dealer. Dr. S. II
llartmau A: Co., Proprietors, l.iiticas-
ter, Pa. aiig 1, d ii w 1 w.
A Cai.s as isa Cai.k. This iiionilnir
that lulmltablti genius of buteherdoui,
Lawrcnco, led Into our sanctum uealf thu
llrst that ever npiieared within tho sacred
precincts and made us open our eyes with
wonderment. t. mvu teen many lino
calvo, but this ono beat, them nil. It Is
rly two months old and weighs two him
urcu aim lorty-roiir pounds. It s owned
Iilltlnitli I111I..I.... ... .1
corner of Kighth .ireet and Washlni:ton
v..i. i V..,... . """""h1.0"
,lu iiuur vv .UIIIOIIOV. K iL'Ilt
ireei, ooiwoen Winlilngtoi, and Com
mtrclal avenues. It will bo butchered this
ai temooti, and be tillered for salu to.nuirrnw
morning. So, let any person who wishes
to enjoy u tiuo piece of veul, bo on hand in
tho morning, and get a piece of thu tiro
mium call, wnicli was ralsotl by .lamas
Jlosa of this fit.
Tiik Oiiukk ok tiik Day. A jicneral
order for boaodent. In tho teeth of all
opposition It hat become thosuprouiu den-
iruico or tlio age.
Noimnuritv mn Inf.iat ln. tnti, ,!.., r..i
dally with Sozodont. Qullay, tho bark of
the Chilian toap tree, an articla which
I'ossenes cleansing properties superior to
those of any other known substance, is ono
w the Ingrlentt of thli peerless com
j.omiu. hoiodont it tho only dentrittce in
-,"- wnieh this salubrious botanl.
eal product is Incorporated.
2T,Q'a LV:V "'Jy ut the
"TlIK II KATF.l) TkIIM IS CoMINO," Tllfl
Summer month am upon us with their
sultry weather and long trnln of diseases
It Is tho season when nnture can do little
In recuperating our uxhnuted strnm-i)..
and when wo aro required to fortify our
physique against thu dangers nrWng from
tho universal prevalonuy ofsickness. Tho
only truo safeguard is tlm'. sure and reliable
tonic and Invlgoralor Mishlor't Horb Hit-
ters, which is indorsed and recommended
by tho medical faculty and by unnumbered
thousands of persons In every city, town,
nnu village in the country, who have tested
Its remedial virtues, and by it aid, pre
served or recovered their health. It will
purify the blood nnd secretion; cure evory
form of Indigestion, and ntford immediate
relief In rases of Dysentery, Colic, Cholera,
Cholern Morbus, and kindred dWeases. Pro
vide yourself nom against n time of need.
Delays aro often dangoroiis.
Oit tiik Tkack. The iwltchman at
tho round house on the levoe, left upon
the twitch at that placo on Sunday morn
ing, and hit neglect might have resulted
In ii sensational railroad disaster. Tho
pa'senger train coming In ran off tho
main track and collided with coal cars,
wrecking tho englno and sovnral can.
Luckily, tho train was moving at a slow
rate of tpeed. Judges Allon and Mulkey
nnd Hon. D. W. Munn woro on the cbm
and receded a lively thaklng up. Nobodv
Rich. Tho proccodingt of tho Hoard of
Aldermen, on Saturday night, woro rich,
rare and racy. Several of thn members In
dulged In rather boisterous speeches, and
there was a contest on a motion to adjourn
really amusing. Alderman Winter at
tempted to break tho quorum by with
drawing from tho chambor. l'rctident
Mendel ordered Marshal Hambrick to
bring him hack. Tho Marshal started in
pursuit, and at last accounts had not yet
overtaken tho absconding Alderman.
Now Is tho tlmo to tecuro tho most
desirable rooms at the St. Charles at low
figures. During July, August and Sep
tember, a largo deduction from regular
rates will bo made. A few more day
boarders can bo accommodated at tho old
rate. Tho coolest and most spacious din
ing room in the city. Jy7dlm
SiiKMirr's Balk. The attention of the
public is called to tho sale of clothing and
notions at the old stand of P. ltelllly on
Commercial avenue. Tho sale will com
mence promptly at 0 o'clcck to-morrow
morning, until the whole stock Is disposed
of without reserve.
LOUIS 11. MVEK3, Sheriff.
1 1 you want puro wines and liquort, or
a nice fragrant cigar, go to tho Washing-
ion baloon, corner or Washington avenue
nnd Fourteenth street. Tho proprietor,
Mr. F. Illankenburg, will treat you well
and set out his "best," which can't be sur-pasM-d
In Cairo. Jy23tf
AKKyoiiout or employment ? If, to
send for thn ''The Greatest Work of tho
Ag.'. Therein you will certainly find some-
"""B ,,mt wl" ,,ot oll,.v Klv,! employment
pe rrvfraiireiciiti lo lorillllC. Bee
"uveriisemeni in tint payor. mayl83m
(leiitlemeii goto John Antrim's.
Olilo I.tivee, for all your muslin shirts,
hosiery, underwear and paper collars, and
savi! at ieat p-r cent from tho ordinary
rt wiii price, n,. uM m0 crlotll COV
red paper cidlar ever offered In th mar
Tricot and basket milliner suits, very
, made to order, at thn old reliable
C,,,"""K n",, " '""' Antrim, No,
I Hirlngt.il llloek.
I .1 . i ( . - - .
rut. tuii iii.ua SI'IUIMS Oil I'OHK WOHM
Perhaps it Is not geimrallv known that
the much talked of trie Una tmralit or
i . ..... . . .
port, worm, was urst illscovereil in Amor
leu by Dr. R Kendall, of Phlladelphl
1 a., witn tiiat American Instrument known
as tin Craig .Mlcrimcoiie, coting only
f-',7fi, after repeated failure to discover
,n, imer repeaieu lallure to discover
uworm with nu imported microscope,
tlng$5. "of foeblor power and 1cm re
ible. ' This fact Dr. Kendall stands
ready to prove at any time. Thu 'Cmli?'
.Microscope in neat box with full direction
Is mailed iinywhoro for 2,"6, bv K. II
uos, ,u;j iAeu.iM., til. Louis, Jlu,
iieiui inu aiivuriiremcni in tins paper
my .11, turn
A HO.MIMIK'l. XIL'HUSl'OI'k'
Rev. Daiiiul ue, D. D., editor of tho
New ork Sunday School Advocate, thus
speaks of the celebrated Craig Microscope
us simplicity, cheapness and erent mair-
nirying power ttruck mo with surprlso,
iiiun I was examining a tly's oyo bv its
aid, and was struck with wondjr at tho
skill and powur of tho creator which is
U,,'P,B'WJ j lu "trueturo. When I taw a
statement in an advertisement that tho
vertiscment that tho
Craig Microscope iiiBKnlflcd ouu hudred
Uiameters, and could bo bo-'ght for $2 GO
J thought it was ono of tho humbugs of
mo iiour, lor 1 had paid 20 for a micro-
scope not long before, but now I find It to
no ii really valuable instrument which I
hould llko tee introduced Into the families
of our readcrt In placo of tho manifold
useless toys which pleato for an hour and
aro then destroyed. This
would both amiisu and intruct them and I
advlso every boy and girl who wishes to
know the wonders which lioiu little thlngt
10 save ms money until ho hat $2 76 which
w" 'mj' forthomic'0po and tho postage
""'may gm tins microtcopo It un-
urlm,,i '"g ornamontal, inttructlvo,
"mu,I,,B d cheap, and never loses Its In-
luTC,i - ABu,'t ''d dealort supplied on
,H,rtt, l0"n " wmplo will bo mallod,!
poai paiu, to any anurest Tor f2 75, by K.
II. ROSS, 313 Locust Urcet, St. Louis, Mo.
Road tho advetliemoiit In another ml.
nUinliitlon of Copat-liitrslilp.
My ability to supply tho farmers of tho
surrounding country with agricultural Im
plement ncutls, etc., on time, Is not equal
to my disposition. Ihavosuch implicit faith
in thu honesty and Integrity of my patrons
that I would, If 1 could, supply nil their
wunts in my lino, and let them consult
their own convenience about paying me.
Hut It so hniipotis that ihnt Is lust exactly
w'mt 1 CRn t 1 nave therefore, made
upmy mind to dtssolvo partnership with
tho credit business, and to let my partner
go in with somebody that it better able to
stand his way of doing than I am- This
courso is a necessary step In the direction
of solf-preienratlon, and I havo no w'ojl
wisher that will chldo mo for taking It. I
thai), at heretofore, keep everything tho
farmer and planter of tho surrounding
country need for tho successful prosecution
of their calling, and a thousand and onu
things that aro considered necessities to
town people, hut for all theso things, I in
tend to exact
CAR!! ON DELIVEhY.
Tho, adoption of thlsrulo will cnablo me
to sell cheaper that over, as I will not lo
compelled to "chalk-up" prices to cover
thn lost of an occasional "wild-cat" debt.
My customers will no doubt appreciate,
tho necessity that impels this step, and
glvo It their approval. Let It be under
stood, thon, that "link or iwlm, mrvlvoor
perlh," my motto for the futuro will bo:
"Small profits j quick talcs; no cath, no
trade." And having started out on the cosh
basis, I desire to dispel a memory of
tho fact' that I overdid business on any
other plan. If parties Indebted to mo will
cancel their Indobtcdneis, so that I can
burn my old books, I shall soon be ablo to
achieve that desire.
Thanklng'tho public for their liberal pat
ronage, and hoping that thoso indobted
to me will And It convenient to rquaru up
soon, i remain at ever,
WM. M. DAVIDSON,
IbO Commercial avenue.
July 21, 1B70. dawlm
ArmaJ, talutiibus, Mllbrfr.IVliieth,
Lockwood, 8t Louli, PCarcoll, New (Irloani,
Vlcksburr, Km Fsrksr. "
City of Altoo, " Oil? Urancli, "
lllimark, M Miller, ETiimill-,
Baker, Cape Olrsrdeaii, MkwIM,
Colorado.Vickslmrx, Waaaalta, Cm.,
Umpire, Nashville. Phsnnou, "
Arlington, Louisville, HJ lisle, Mrmphls,
(Iraod Tower, Memphis.
f rk. New Orlf hip,
) Currull, Bt ImiIs,
Ollfp llranch, "
Cfn'l Tuwi-r, "
Kain I'urker, "
City of Allon, Memphis,
M Miller, Crtnsullr,
Tha weather la clear and warm, but at
pleasant breet) prerentt tho heat from
being oppressive. Tho thermometer Indi
cate a tcmtioraturft of 81.
The river hai risen fourteen Inches since
Saturday uoonj but now'tccmt nearly sta
tionary. Thcro Is very little chango In tho Mist
Isdppl and other rlvert above St. Louis.
Only tlvo feet six Inchet water can bo
found at Liberty Rar thu shoalest place
uuiwcen sjalro and St. Louis
Tho Ohio I still falling at rittshurg,
with only tlireu feet six inches water. It
is fulling at Cincinnati and Louisville,
with louricet ten inches water In chutu on
I ho Cumberland Is again falling, with
lliri'o and a half feet on TInrnetli Shoals
HiKlness has been very good since last
fri... writ i i .
tnu jiiiurvy urouirill OUl I3:i inir
wheat, aiU ( bbl. flour, C bbl. apples for
Cairo; 1 hhd. tobacco for re.hipment to
ni., iuti iu no mr nuwurieaus.
Tho Collier and barret cleared for New
OrleaniSuturday night after receiving 400
i no iiismarck cleared at 10 o'clock thl
morning after roeelvlng COO tons here, and
orders for 1500 tks corn, and 130 tons to
bacco, iMitatoot and other frolghl at Nor-
folk, Rolmont nnd Hickman.
i he twin nnd beautiful tteamer Arllng
inn li... ..n.l A...... nt I .f. . t ..
u.. ui i . un Hum t.ineiiiiiaii 10 laKu tint
placo of tho Dan Ablo iu thu Cairo nnd
Columbus packet trade, connecting with
tho Illinois Central .ml M,.l.ll n. mi....
.. . viiiu i
Tho Marv Miller and MIhwII.1
-u iuiii im viuru ami resiiipmeni. I
Tho Idlewild hasceaied to lay over hero
until Jionuay morning, as hor mail con.
tract demands that she shall return on
Tho Vlckaburg and Memphis packet.
roceiveu no tons bero on Saturday.
llio L'mplm brought out a moderate
trip forrcshlpmont, and return this uyen.
Tho Continental it the next boat duo
from St. Louis for N. O.
The Mllbroy leave for Puducah daily
..I ! '
HI M . Illi
The rut in. o.itlnu.ll. inu.i .....
itoiirller's Ntumiteh Uitteri li.m iip,il..i ii7' I
nv ..r ..i..... . ...i "'"i.
"ii7 wo.iuir.. ioci iiu.iruiii ror tne most t)ii. i
innoiter. hnni l.tr Ih.lr f.l.a i.ii... . . .V'V
lain from the rnllflons win patronlte' the VU
hm I ii I .ujiieieni nuinuer or custom efg
.mike thel? speiiiiio.;-ujon (hi he'alt ''of
leirnelKhlwripmntatle. An th " Uemln" ful
llanl nnmli.-a : t
toui-.oth.V, full.".! Mtaat ihrrSfflfllTOl'S
, . , , 11 caMtfw ivviriiuiaiiuni. nr him-
"'", uinis warm season, when a real Inriior.
f?.M?'!Kn HpeclBo' in which the rarest tonie .,i
i io,'i wc?' i10 t,,i'u" I'muim. ft
iin. rh.rri,r.' ...i.1;. irz. .ii."i,,,ru".V.'e.clf'
iiohiys;-::?" wn m
'" !lu .' Invalid take a leap la the dark '
'7J j-c einerience 10 .uide aim .
Fiiesij Kggs nnd Yellow Ruttor can al
ways bo hnd. Rend tho advortlsomcnt
"OrcntestWork of tho Ago," In this pft.
Remember tho Rough nnd Ready hats
In whlto and brown, nt John Antrim's.
Thoy am nico they aro cool. See
Clothing for the million at 1. Nell" No
79 Ohio luvco. Thobest good In tho city
will be found at this house. ti
Stuhv your Interests and read tho ad
vertiscment "Greatest Work of tho Ago.'
In this paptin mayl
Good wholesome Vinegar. Any one
can make it. See advertisement of W. II.
Hi'hoplti this paper. my'J5duw3m
A new supply of Calf Boots and Oaltera
list received at P. Noil", No. 61) Ohio
Ventilated hats, In entirely new stylet
tho most comfortnblo and delightful hat
ever worn, at Jno. Antrim's. tf.
Oood Calf Roots for tw odollars and
soventy-fivo cents only nt P. Nefft, No,
70 Ohio Lcvco.
RAKOAlNalUAnOAINHl A good null of
clolhlnir for ten dollars, at P. NetT. 70
W. W.Thornton, No 13J Thornton's
block, Tenth street, has Just received three
hundred luxes of glass, varying In sire
from 8x10 to 3CxlO. For tale, wholesalo
Peter NelTs mammoth stock of Spring
clothlni: embraces all the now styles, and
what can bo found nowhero cite In tho
city a large and well varied stock of boys'
sz esure to call at 73 Ohio Levee, an
lee tho June Rug Hats, with a varied stock
of other new styles, too numerous lo men
tion. Remember Antrim's It tho place to
get your hats. u.
Jut Receivkd. The Shoo Fly Klllot
and Don't Rodder Mo Hats and t aps nt
P. Notl's, No. 70 Ohio lievee.
You will greatly "miss It" If you don't
buy the Star Shirt at John Antrim s, No
73, Ohio Levee. tf.
11 v. suro to read the
"Greatest Work of thu
Age," In this
Gossamer, Lisle Thread, Silk, Linen
cross-barred and merino under-wcar, suit
able for thu season, at tho famous clothing
house of John Antrim, No. 73, Ohio
The Craig MicroscoH) adapted to popu
an jud scientific use. Read tho advertise
ment. Price. 2 7S. m27d3m.
Just received at P. Ncff's, No. 70, Ohio
Levee, a splendid lot of spring Catslmeret
Coating and Vesting, which will bo mado
up In tho most fanhlormblu styles, and at
prices to suit thu times, a perfect ill guar
anteed or no sale. tf
Do not bo discouraged, I( you havo
dyspepsia or any disease of the liver, titer
Is n long life of happiness beloro you, if
you only uc Simmons' Liver Regulator,
Youths' boyt' ami Children's clothes, at
less than Nuw York prict, will be sold
this week, at V. NelTs, regnrdltus of cot.
Saratoga Ladies' Trunks the best
manufactured nil sizes and prices, at John
Antrim's. Also Satchel and Traveling
Hags of all grade, sl.e, styles and
An examination Is solicited of what?
Why, the choicest stock of piece goods
cloths, t as.lmere,, doe.kin., line..,,
,w and Ilk v.stlngs over olW
tings over offered in tho
Cairo market. Call and see.
300 bbli. Flour medium grade, nlo 'J00
liair lilil. medium quality suitable for the
.southern r for ,alu at tho i'gyptlan
(iltKAT Kxt'lTKMKNT, Great slatlghte
of High Prices at Antrim', 7.1 Ohio Lovoo.
whom you cannot only II ml the most rash
humble and scasonablu stock of clothing In
.- . "V
uiu city, nut the large
It .tn.l 1....
' ' r
im inniw. i,i'L'iior;i I'mmnm r'm. m. I
i nine iiiii irA-...i i.. n..f- ii
i.... . . " -sro. iU JOU
'"ti" nun ciouiing right thoro. tf
Go to J. O. Ragwoll, Photocranher.
corner Kighth street, and Ohio Levoe, for
pictures, uarto do Visiles, etc. Havinc
uiittlo arrangement with aomo of tho best
arti.ts of our larje titles, ho rennecifullv
oiiciis order ror conv nir nml ..nl.r,,.
-If .V '
Ing old picture. Call at h rooms and
see specimen of work In that line.
TIIK CKAlfl mmnurniiv
This Microscope it simplified and adant.
.,1 1 .. . .... -
4 iu jiopmar a wen at sclontltlc uto. A
now optical wonder I Thli Is tho onlv In
trunicnt of high power which requires no
V. " 1
"cai 11(1 llsimcnt. and llinrnRirn l.
by overy one, oven by chil
... - .. v.... uv
mi. sjosung only Two Dollar and
:"""J - vu guilts, oy mall. DOSt Da d. t
M....i.. n.... r .. . "m
? Wllllln ho rochof all In tho commun-
Practloiieer H, 1 ,",0,,l"10 OVery
F' ,U""1 "dvortlsomctlt In this
"y, nno. mould bo
itv. nn.l kliri.l.l l. .1. .it .
" " rc,,uoio sioro, WUero you
l 1ml tt" 'ul "J In tho stylo
jou lancy, at such price, a, to tult your
,ursu w,,a t"o times. Antrim's Itluitsuch
T1'"o you will alway. flnd a
" - u,"l"i' - o wnu select assortment of cloth
Inu. either fo
. . : ' ' w"''
i pricot at low as tho w...t
V"0 tils poods and nrlcet. as Ii lll u
. - - f "W " t SW IV
our interest, tf
I.lsl of letters retnnlnlng unclaimed la the I'ust
Olllce, at Curo, III,, un Hulunloy, A ti'. 0, U;il.
Arelior, Alum U (cnl)
llurtiin, iiiIk Ailille
ll.trneii, hits .M.ir)
llrnwn, uirs M A
Hnrrrtt, fi m lllir.i
llomrrl, liil-i Klluii
Clnljorii, m-s i
Kurd, mr Mwle
Kiclila, litrn Murlli.s
thirnu. mts M
lllll, mint KniiiiiclJ)
Hli'k, ml. Ilelt)
Jones, ma Krunuu
l.tmian, mrs I.uelinti
Miller, mts Karnh
Htephenn, mr. IVIla
Taylor, mr Harah
Dolllnf, uiant H.imli J
Cnpc, rnrsM (
Dickinson, una K
Oralisiii, lure Amy
Ilopkina, uirs Mary
IU', inrn Jennie (J)
Johimon, mrn J
Jonei, ml. Mollle w
Martin, riilrni Juli '
Psrker, mlmi Alice
Hienecr, mm Famiia
Hitndurs, mi. F(eol)
Hinlth, mm Kill.
w , ruln AInrjr
Anit i, lima
)luiUlnhain, V. Y
ISolen, Itnlit ()
1) Ickyy, Mlllou
Kurd. (!At.t v
floodnll. t'umpbrll k i'.o tlaehrie it Co
Heller, ii U
llaliln. J K
Harris, Jot i
Johnion Jno I,
Kennedy, H J
Moflltt, John M
Moore, W H .
Newman, Iir J T(2)
I'nrktrr, W t-'
Ithi'litan. 1 1 A
Hlnims, Win (I)
Hii wort, Jnlio H
f UiifiP", t I)
Threi furl. M
Weill", Wm J
PollarS, Win J
htn-ber), Wm A
Handelin. Oeo w
Von Itoclion, Alfred
Welihorn, Ii A
Peraons callliiK for any nf the ahoro lelten Kill
ilrme call for "Ailicttle. letter" ami ttive thi
laleer thl ll-l tl. W.MCKKAI
Uutlon, Mound City, llllnoi, on
frlatajr, Atssjssat IS, at 11 o'cltck, ss.ia,,
the fitlovinir properly, on account of the ty
leiiAriiBeni,uurawuoi itvua lug iwaai
Kile Inn liar, more or lest.
Ti-1 un of tale Cain and Immediate reniOtatof
the rrotwrty. L. A. rltAILKT,
Tayauaaler I.' rl. Naty,
Natal htallon, Mound City, III,, Aug. f th, Is'w,
City llerk's Office, Cairo, III., 1
Atifusl 11, 1TU.
Notice l hereby Klven t the owner or owners
of the followlo de.crllel loU,to.wltt lxla (Is)
one In Mock Dumlrrdl
.(v) Twenty, (ill Twenty
it i weniy.iour, inineciiy
ort aire, that inecitTUouncllnfaaldrlly, liair tit
ordinance ordered Iheconatructlon of aaldrwalk
in front of said Iota, and len feel northweai of
saiii lou, to ine outer eia;e or elilcwalk on south
aide of he tenth afreet, and that the owner or
owners of aald lota hate the right for the period of
nny uayi iroiu litis uate iu wmcn s r,uui aiu
Klrwalk, that unlesa complel! within thu lime
Uir apvclfled the aamewill be built I7 the rlty
and the coat aaaeaaetl aiialnal the property hen-
nlrd thereby, In accordaoc with the charier and
ordinance, nf the said cily.
Staled propo'alt will be recrlttd at the offireof
the tiaderaljcaed. No. II Thorntna' Rloek, until
3 o'clo'k. 11. in., of Wedneeday, Hi lish day of
A u jf u.l, tafii.for the laU,r and material required
in ine erection or tteeii 4 Mann new .torehotl.e
to I erected on Ohio I.'irc, (.tiro, lllinoli, ae.
cordliiKlothe plan and api.'ltirttioii. now open
for esainlnatlou at ms otrlce.
aiiiiMW Architect and Hupl.
Th Niuajrr MassHfacttirlMar Cm.,
I now iiroduuint; near)
plv .Haliaai H.,.l., r.,.l.in..
i'-r nniiiiin aiei 1. notaiile In meet the demand,
! e to
urn in iiriifr 10 110 o, new
fai'tnrUa are llnu
crecien uul wm "Upi'ly
:i.'i0,000 MachlaeH lUrlt Vetr.
The lMbularlttr nf tl,. iiS'Kwr VI VI 1 1 v" u.ln
Machine It only mrpaaavd by Iti n.eratoat and
a inn lie It durabllltt nail K...11K llliiia knovn.
It it diltipult for other manufactureri So tltect
sales, and they employ etery im aoa lo foist their
proaucit on the peon
lluyera nt Hewlntf Ma,
chine. ahnutd etldcanrKti-ri.nJ icldlerewho
v.v,,. ... v.Mui'uniun 10 mnae aatea, itir nu m
chine can bedeairahle that I. forcibly shru.t on
The Stinger ,Nsw ymmnr and the
"New No. Out" Stewing Machines, (the
latttr lor Dreaamakert, Tailor-, rlhormakera.elc.l
are eagerly nought for. and a large smelt can 1
found In our sales rooms, together with etery
llaeful ai'cea.ory intended lor Ihem.
WeaellHllkTwiit, tiitton and l.lnen Threada,
fteedlea, Oila, Herewdriter, ete,, at retail or in
uantity at the manufacturer prieea.
Catalogues, price lltt, etc., (in Kngliah er fler.
man furnlthed 011 application bv mail or other
BEAN St I. OWK,
003 Norm lit Street,
Mt. Instils, M.
To beheld at
ThurasiH)', August 18, 1870.
Tho nietiihura of Ik. ITilml.n n iti
ho oltlsens of Cairo and vicinity lo join th'ein In a
Ou Thursday. Auirust 18th.
amusementaof IITeday will he held at flora Har
den, a Dleaaant and pAannbnt ntiMArM.A.i
affording ample room and shad for a.uuopei hods.'
a Fine Cotillon Band
Will be In attendanne and. Ihtifl.rH.n hall will
atTord room for all who wiali to daime.
To all who would enjoy a day pleasantly, wo
say COMB, and bring your wires and children,
enters and sweethearts.
flolcotta. m m m BO OtaW.
augidld Com. of Arrangements.
! . VP)' !'""'" I'll will, HI II II CiiiiliiMir
lism'i, Dhio l.fUe, (.'.mo, IIHihh.
HH'llllt ilunr :lle irilliliy nlli'liileil InttSt
AUCIIO.N i C0JI3USSION
Ai1iTsi;TIO. AX1) t'O.II.niNNlOV
Iti'tiirn.hle thanks toll.-' rllir n of Cairo for
their IIIiitiiI i,ilron.iJf (.:il tnill liilntlu tlirin
Hint lie cnri U' found itth t old stand I'll 'niririier
riidasenue, All 'ales iirnuipttyalli'inlhl ICi,
MIhta) Aduint'Ch Mittlo onCouilgu.
Itrgulur aale il:i) Veilnenlay'eiin'IHaliirilii)'n
All eonflKtiliifiitii covered hy oeoii imlle) of Iti.tir
anee, l'ttrileron.lKiilii itoinii Mill incur
No Extra Charge for Storage.
Knr prompt returns and xtrlct ntti-ntton to I'Utl'
nea. woul l tiioal re.pevlfully luftrj" the foll
Ini merchant, Iniikrr. nnd iiIIh Tf.
Ilalllday Urn.., 1 1. Kurd A Son. Adam Kipma.
Company, A. II. ."allord, It. H. Hiirrrll, lln.t.il A
Httlwell. t'aulu. Hohuli, (1. I). Wllllamwin. Klrst
Nallon.l Hank, nC Ciilrn. llordeu A Jones, .Ni h
Vnrar. A. French, lliitfiin. t:lrk A flee per, llo
Son. Atlanlieilla.. tv., I'lti.Mitx, t.lsiib i Hro,
Chkato. A. Mel.enhlraer, l)tiK"l. A. Hall A
l'o.,Hl. I.i.ula, Inlyllf,
anal NAUNKTIC WALK,
lutrihliicfd hy Dr. AMIKHHON, of Ml. nt.,
t'urea Hie worst r.aaee of
All WawhBlitaiti, Uvipesaalai, Nenral
gla, llplnnl Cuanplaliiia, MrrtiN
ssla, Agtiti etc.,
Will tell thoe who call lipmi him if the) hate
WHK.HK IT H lKUTIIOl
TIIK OHOAN Oil liUOANil AFFECTKIl'
TIIK I'ltODUCI.SO CAL'."!: I
K.viiity had n:i:i.i.Ntrriii:Y kxpkk.
and all tint witjioiit nkiiinpietloii..
BVC AXIS K Alt Itlaeasea Treated
sua most isstsiiini Mn it tier.
Ir, A.M)KRaO.S' guarantee a cure lit etery caie'
Do noiKoftdcmu until sou mil and Jtidiro lor
Pr.Anlnaon will - at the ANTIIIM HOfii:.
Cairo, lllinolt, on Wednextay, Auguai 3d, lTu,
and irmain for one we k onlr.
jKi-if aii: ( i.oriiin.
COIt. iTH HT. k OHIO I.KVi:
Cairo, - - - IHIuoIm
ilae jtiat ri-esltedafutl and rompteleatAck ol
a NO 1
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Of eterr tleseniition, which will lc told at price,
that will not lad In eutt all purcha... r-. I'trteel
bl miaratitcfd. Ilia ata, of
Shirts, Main, Caps, etc.,
la not excelled In point of price, .jle and rnter
tal In Una or any other market.
VALb AXU tSKK HIM.
HIS OWN MILLER
We are manufaitunn:
Kor hand or power iie, ranging in price from
I'J An to in ii and mcapvitv Irorn
1 to 20 Bushels Per Hour.
Theae Mill nro tery strong and durable, and
leiiulre tr cry little petit-r to iiinthcm, Kach else
till grind either
Or slock feed, a. may Im dcurrd, and will nu.re
Savo Its Price Every Year.
Kvery XIII frilly irnrranted.i
Wo aln make two eltes of Hone Mlll, capae.
Ity Vi to A ton. per tUy, price II"" to :").
lieacriplireC'Irciilara fnrtitehcl on application
The nlmnond Mill Manila inrlng Co.
fiiuvsil flats: Sill KIIONT ST UK
Agents vtanlod In etery town nml county,
mi TO EUROPE,
TICKETS F0R SALE
VAHK 1'roiu (.iverBsissltlASselaartjr,
Glaagow or queenalown lo Oalrst
NHWartJ, Morris sk CtHtlee(
, .. . . . A neat
JF WE tVIJIlKTOPUKCIIAfiK
A HewluK Sftisshliio
WK WOUI.T) OKT A
Not solely bevatiae it took the highest prise at the
New Kngland Kair at I'rut idenoe. ,al the fiew
rorkjHlato Kair, anil Maryland state rir, nor oe.
catiaa the ludgea at the American Institute say,
"This is Utter than any of It" clsai known to
lheJudgee"not theae, not altogetheri Imt U.
cauaowelike it bett.aaa woman would say. It
woraa like a charm I w can aew anyllilng we
Dl.aaa uiililii tlm ehi drea Can't eel It out of
order i and it la put at tha most reasonable.-
mim-a lh. . ...
n. jb nmi Ageui,
Jy.ni llv C'Clu Wirclal srcniic, Cairo, III.