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HUSE, LOOMIS -& CO.
Takes great pleasure In announcing that
they rc now prepared to supply over) body
with lake Icoof tho very lcut quality, either
t their houeg ornt the Mores'. Orders
.hould b t h'lt nt tho ulUce, No. 00 Ulilo
To llio Editor rl Tub IU'M.ctin:
Phtki:mi:i Friend: -You v ill plcao In
lotm our reader tb.it 1 hato a posltlui
ITKL' roll CONSUMPTION
Mill nil el'-nnlcri ol the Throat and Mings
mhI that, by lt life In my practice. 1 liau
curt J hundreds of cases, ami will ghu
Jot n ao It will not benefit. Indeed, o
Mixing l my faith, 1 will i-end :i .-i.tMI'l.i:.
iiku, to uny ciMercr .nlilre.lng mo.
Iwr Miow IhW letter to any one sou may
Ktiowwho Ijsiitfct-lnjr from these dUca-CN
Mill oblige, Faithfully Youre,
DR. T. F. CURT,
All IVllllnm HI. Jsjrw. York.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Of A Mi KINDS, IIAIU) AND 801T,
Keep constantly on hand
, , v i 1 Conner Ultli Street
Mill mid A ard, nn(1 oi.IoJ.cvco.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturer-! and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
VOV I.Alt, OAK, UYPHUS, ASH, GUM
AND COTTONWOOD, SlJK
J)UK".'1K1I PINK, ASH AND POP
LAP. PLOOK1NO, OE1LNG ANJJ
tSTOHlce at ww mill on corner or Twin-ty-xucondttrvctaiul
10. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
W inj ilo hI UjUII DimIom In
1'UKK LAKK 1CK,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, JCcntucky.
Cairo ollleo at Union .t WllroiiVi corner
Twelnh Hrei t ami Ohio leveo.
Vc will run anlco wagon turiiushout tin
ravin, uciivonni; pure iiku ire in auy p'iri
I tho elly at thu lowet market price, and
olll al.io fiirnUh our Irleudi outside the citv
with leu hv vim cako or car load, packed lb
ww dust, for thlpmciit to any ilMantu.
a 6 .Vjc-tf
KI!i:lI SPJtlNtl OOODS.
(Formerly Mr. Swamlcr?.)
Minounco?;that nho haa rust opened a lartc
aanortment ot tho
Millinery (loort to tie foun ; in itio market
Hlio will keep on hand
llATK, HoNNKTrt, PLOWKn-, UlllllOWtl,
Diisaa Tuimminoh or Ali. Kiniih,
JiADiita PunxiKiiiNo (Joodh, Notions
Ooluliw, UNUKiuii.KKvxi), Kurrx,
Anil all poiU louml lit millinery .toros a.
ot which will he iHnnoMd ot ai tho lowe
nahti prlctm. .Mm. .Jackcon roupccllully
aks a continuation of tho pataonauo wlikli
liaa tieon MtUtteiully bontnowed upon her IjV
the ImllCH of V.m aixt tlm vtclnitv.
fir ri.ftl nMt.ln ltv vltHtin j.r . .....I
ileereo of tha county court of Alexander
i;juiii;, tiuuuip, Kiiiun till lliu icilliail 01 1110
iiiulerolcnod, ailiuinUtratnr ot tho enlato
..r Alt..... I. -,'.. I... .
I iiimn it. itniiukiT, ueceuseii,
fur leave to hell thu real ttato
il alll (leceaoeil, at tho hut
.laiiuary term of Mild court, to-wit i on tho
Twentieth day of January, A. !., Ih7l, 1
duly next, between tbo hnura.iil-toar'ftV'loek
ft.. 111., mill T1V..IVA .iI....L in I'.if knl.l'
n il at public rale, at the Miuth'wcoti'rly dour
ciitho court houi, in tho city ol Cairo, in
nam imim), mo iniiowuiK uiiKcnueu real
i-ktutehltuatodln tho city of Cairo, county
nt Alexandor, and tuto of Illinois, to-wit :
Lou numbered nineteen, (III), twenty fiO),
and twtnlyino (21), In block numbered
forty-Mwtm (47); and lot niimliored thirty
ui o (.11), in block numbered forty-nino (111),
ttfnr"aM aJdlUu l city of CalroJ
Term i ot kalo to ho at follows Oncthlrd
ono third In dx monthx Irom the day ot tale
-the purchaser to Kle notes, drawluis lx
Jmt cent Interest, lr tho 'defem'd pay.
jwulsold. y M,emonK88 l'on tfio
GKOiiar. KiflilKii, ABmlnhtrator,
ot tint cutute of Albert It. wiiiiaLor.
lice.ed, O-C-SlMiVw U
lunu I'jth, JbTI.
MSW YOIIK 8TOHK,
WUOLK8ALK AND 11ETAIL.
XA0T Vi.ITV ITO0JC IH TUB CITt
turner or !"" ! tu cuk.
V, O. PATIKU
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take from us a thousand hill
heail., i;ooil paper nml finely printed, lor
Onn thousand statements printed nt Til k
nt'i.l.KilNolllce lor -?;i.W to 4 m.
Ono thousand iinii he.nt printed nt TllK
Ill'Lij-. tin office forjl.to; two thousand lor
One thousand htMiicM cards, lino Itrwnl
board, tirlntcil at Tin: IIui.ixti.n oiivojor
from f.'.W to fu.w. arcordlim Iik'i-.
FK1DAY, JTJ'Y I"' 187
Ono (iuatt tin fruit cane, $1 per dozen,
Onn quart glass fruit jars, Si por iW.cn,
At tho Now York storo. M-T-'.i-Ot
Somktihno now In Jolly glasses at
Hartman's. 68-0-1 7-tf
A VULL lino of jelly glasin at Hurt
Somutiiinu Nkw. a now thine In
jolly glasses nt llartmati'-i. 07-7-10-tf
Charcoal In any ;ijtmlntltr to mil
purchaser at T. ,1. JCkrth'h. tS-Cl.i-lf
Tho Fortune Teller llvos nn Washing-
ton Avo., botweou 1th fc Sth atrcoti. Seo
Tnn Hest. Hotter board nt tho Do'.
monlco than any other houio In tho city.
D. AitTiru & Co. are lust receiving tho
largest and boat assorted ttock of saddle,
bridles, Imrneaa, etc., ovor brought tu thin
ALL tho day boardor in tho citv can
l0 ncr-ouuiiodatud at tho St. Charles
hotel, with ilrst-olafa board at aocond clan
ratos. 70 -t.10.tf
J). Aiitkk & Co. aro lust rocolvlnc the
largest and best amortod stock of saddles
bridles, harness, etc., cvur brought to this
SOMKTIUNd NKW. Hucks t'rv.tal
llrllllant with nla.n oven doors. No oc
casion to havo lu.rnt bread. Call and leo
It at T..J. JCkiitii'b. 8T.n.lU.tf
CoTTAdi: koh Hk.vt. No. 32 Tenth
street. Good clsturn ; rooms all on first
floor. tout fl!0per month.
62.7l.Gt O. IiAMK. Apnnt.
Pou Hicnt. Two rooniJ. aultablo for
ofllca and bod room, over llonry'i hard-
waro etoro, Coiumorclal uvcnuo, corner
Klgth ptrcet. '".12-tf
Poii Salk at a JIaiuiaik. A inlcndld
ollkout mtlor wrlllnj; desk, lutmiro at
corner i mrtoontu and Waimu .,o,u,t
at tho City IliniUry. "0 7-11-121-Koii
Ui'.nt. Housu on coruur ol Klov.
ontu and Walnut streets. J,ari:o and
roomy, good door yardii and ground. Ap
lly on tho promlies or Arlington JIouso.
Hkuui.ah.1. Company A, Third U. H.
Infantry, was In tho city yesterday, en
route fcr Holly Snrines." .Mfttlsslnni. to
moot tho bulanco of tho regiment. The
company camu on tho p. in. Illinois
AlWKNT. Air. James L. Simlnri
coucty comnilisionor, Is not In attondanea
upon tho ptesout sotsion of thu board, and
Jiours. wilion and 1'iehor arn playing
tho tcssioii alnno with full hands. Air.
Wilson Is actlnir as chairman, find M.
Pishor as socondor of his own motions.
Pomcr Court. Not much business
was transacted in Judgo Hlrd's court yes-
tordny. A solitary caso was all tho court
could boast, ilr. Kichniond Kobinion. n
colored uoutlcman, wa urralne-l for
knocking down a person who had Insultod
him. Tho lino was 3, and it was
A IUuoain. Tho Story Pirtures.
of (juoon.iwaro, Cutlery, and Pancy Ooods
of 1'aii.io.v Datih iV Co., can bo bought
at n very low tlRtiro, to closu out. To
any ono desirous of uolni: Into tho
(iueonswaro business, this is a rare ojipor-
tunlty. ror partlcularj call on, or ad
dross J. T. Tiiosiac. AstlL-nco.
Ymiv Wmu Uali.iuan. If wo had
had a Din CaHlim, or somo other por-
son, to sugf;ot to years ago stoneware
piping for seworaRo purposss, wu would
havu bad nono of the wooden frauds now
roUIn); uudernentli our utrniiU. lloreat.
tor tbo towrra loadlni: to h i.v,v ,,.
ara to bu llfteen-lneh pipes, in accor.lnr
with tho (lalli(;an recomuiondutlon and
thu Morris resolution.
Datum Tho '.Sun' is in sroat distress
uhout tho dates of tho dlspstohos nub
llBtiod by ui. Wo do not dony that wo
hayu made a tad hotchpotch of them or
that tho intolllgout compositor has; but
by tho Krout Jupltor, wo havo a rlht to
mako mlstakos if wo wish to; It Is a right
guaranteed to us In tho constitution u
rlfht wo bavo exorcised all our life and
wu will never lo deprived of it noverl
cover I CBVCI 1. lIVJ) wlih to date dls
patibw two weika ahead wo will do so,
"and damned bo he who ilrst cries, hold,
onough I' "
Tuk Lr.vi:E, Tho counuil prpoios to
levy f&O.OOO taxes for corporate pur
poses during tho curront fiscal year,
This lovoo Is. wo beliovo. suvun
thousand dollars loin than loroo of last
yoarj and as evory llttlo reduction bolps
to mako llghtor our burdou of taxation,
wo aro Rrlful and thank the councl'
When wo romombor that tho council
might havo Increased tbo loveo and did
not do to, but aotually roducod it bolow
thu lovoo of any rortner year linoo tho
lato war began, wo aro impelled to mako
our acknowledgments, if pormlttod wo
would actually fall into the anis of Nel
!to und embrace him.
HurEiiiNTKNDiNT or Wreckibo
Partv, ilr Charles Thrupp, of this
city, has boon appointed superintendent
of r wrocklnn nnrtr on tho Ohio river.
Ho rccolvod notice of his annotntmnnt
yenlcrday from W. P.. Morrill, Major of
Hnginoors and lirovot Colonel, This ap
pointment will give Mr. Thrupp chargo
lying at tho mouth of Groon river, and
win roqtilro his constant personal atten
tion until operations aro stopped by cold
woather. IIo has appointed Mr. It. II.
Ualrd, of this citv. mate, and will (1ml In
him a verv valuabln assistant. Messrs.
Thrupp and Ilalrd will Isavo to-day to
tako chargo of tho boats and ontor upon
tho diicbargo of their now dutlos.
Tm AlTllorniATlo.V Uir.L. Tbo re-
port of tho proccoJIncs of tho council.
publlshod yostorday morning in The
liULLETi.v, conlainod tho nmironrlatlon
bill for tho llscat yoar ondlng April ;i0(
187. It has evidently boon carefully
considered, (torn by Itom, and wo can
Und uo objoctlon to It, unless objection
should bo urged to taxing tno ontlro city
for graveling Ohio loveo, whon other tin.
provomonts of tho kind aro mado by
special asioiimont. Wo woro surprlsod
to learn that SCOu Is all that Is ncceisary
to pay principal and intorost of outstand
ing Indobtodnesi; and wo infer from this
fact, that, at farthest In n year, tho city
may bo run on a cash basis.
Too Much Our-khand. Wo would
call tha attention of tho atruut romnnttro
to tho fact that tho filling now In prog'rots
Is being dono with iiulcksaud, and not
with the surfaco earth that is found out-
slJo tbo lovees. Tho surface oarth wo
refer to makes excullcnt street-filling
material, but Is only about eighteen
Inches or two foot thick, and ucdornoath
it is quickband that i tlm worst kind of
filling. It makes the meanest rf mud,
anu in no; weauior becomes an almost
impalpable land that tills the air to tho
groat injury of lungs and eyes. Tho sand
is moro easily handled than thu surface
ertb, and it will requiro tho attuntlon of
ttio commilloo to Induco tho fillers to uso
tho surface earth and lot tho quicksand
Bxi'TKMnER GKANIi JUKY Tho follow.
ing-namtHl persons havo boen selertud us
grand jurors lor tho Septembor' term of
tun circuit court :
NortU Oalio. James Hurt-, flhnu
ighor, Wm. II. Morris. Thomas lint,
P. Holly, Willam Stratton.
South Cairo. H. U. Aynrs. W. L-. llris-
to), It. .1. OundilV, K. F. Davis, Honry
KUiott, Henry . Kills.
Clear Crook. Aloxandor J. Abornothv.
II. H. Prazlcr.
Haxlewood. ,lamo3 W. Durham, II.
Dog Tooth N. Hansacker.
Thobes. .1. N. Gates, Knos Korr.
Unity. Georgo McOrite, W. AVagonor.
Santa Po. Alox. Twonto.
Gooso Island. J. S. Ilrow.-j.
Hklt'kNkw Mai-. On tho ilrst day
of tho mooting of thu prwent sosflon of
tho board of county commissioners tho fol
lowing ordor was mado :
On this day conies John 1'. Holy, coun
ty surveyor, and presonts o survey
and plat of lands in township eovontoen
(17; south, In rango ono (1), wort of tho
third P. M.,in accordancn with an order
of this board horotoforo made; and tho
board havinr; examinod said mrvey and
plat, and being fully advised of and con-
corning tho same, ;
It Is srdorod. that tho said nlat and
survoy bo approved ;
It is further ordered, that tho clerk
placo tho said lands upon thn alienor's
bok for lctT-1, in thosatno descriptive or
dor ai th o tamo aro upon said ur vov and
And It is further ordorod. that tho said
survoy and plat bo fllud by circuit clerk
In bis olllco for record, and that tho clork
of this board hand thorn to said clork for
F.MANCirATIo.N JKl.KmiA.los-. Tho
coming anniversary of tho emancipation
of slaves in tho West Indies, August 1st,
tho colored citlzons of Cairo will colobrato
In an upproprlato manner. A Grand
IJarbecuo Dinner will bo corved in
School's garden, nnd Hpeechif, by well-
known oratom, will bo madu in tl.o fore
noon nnd aftornoon, within tbo hall
which will bo appropriately decorated for
A cordial Invitation to participate in
tno celebration is oxtended to all tho sur
Tho best brass band in
Illinois has boon procured for tbo occa
Tho tables will bo supplied with all tbo
soasoiiablo rofreshmonts .
1 Invitations bavo bumi extunduil to tmnf.
ot tho most talonted speakers In iho laud,
and lavorablo answers bavo been
from most of thorn who havo boon In
vltud. Among tho upoakors who huvu
boon solicltod to spoak on tho oecloM
aroi lion. I-rud. Douglas, f Washington
Gov. Pinchbaek, of Louisiana; Hon. j!
ii. Oberly; lion. D. T. Linegar, and J
J. Hiril, i:sq.,of Cairo.
Committee of Arrangements. D. C.
Scott, .1. T. Allon, Wm Malono, S. Smith
and J. Jennings. 7-17-fit
l'XItKO.N-AI.. .Illhn It. ItiriTTn Vn 1
Mr. P.lburt KuturJy, of Jackson county,
"urn in ;no cuy yostorday. .Mr. Pasterly
is a candidate fur tha loglslaturo from this
district. Ho is seeking to obtain thu
nomination of tho lti.publlcan party for
that position and may succeed. Mr. Mast
early is u vory ostimablu gentleman, and
would maku a uioful monibor of thu
house. Wo think Mr. Popu should por
mlt his nomination,
Corliss and Murphy, of Metropolis,
wore in tho citv vostordnv. o.irii.. i.
nereno, and Murphy as calm as a May
Malor Merrill, of tlm iinii. i ui.,.
- w " WM... II1QIUI
englnoorlng corns, was in tho citv voatnr.
day, perfecting arrangomonts with Mr
Thrupp to usiumo tho sunorlntond
nn Ohio rivor wrecking party.
PlIOToniiAl'iu. Kor thu next utIv
dny Win. Winter will mako thn
of photographs at tl por dozen, This Is
(. ram opportunity fur thosu desiring
woru in tint lino, .17 7.3-riot
DELIGHTFUL IIF.-UMON OF THU
SILVEIl COP.NKT HAND.
Everybody taid It was delightful, nud
wo I. now It wat. Tha tablo wr. tprcad
without display, but very daintily
veal broth with groon corn rratod Into
It; blucllth broited; roast chicken
with cream, boans, poas, add po'.atO orue
lot; mashed potato, mixed llli . gg,
well scaloncd, nnd fried ; calws' bralus,
cut Into halMnch sllroJ, Ib ired, egged
and brond-crumbod, fried ill Jl' brown,
and served with tomato sane ; i;ooeberry
pudding; nlmond custard; rasplitrrn'ti
chorrles, and choeolato caranels. A good
dlnnor, but nut, as wo havn Intimated, n
protoiitioin ono. Wlno? N; thorn svns
no wtno. Tlm sll vor cornet band dots not
Vi'a forgot lo say this wts on Wednos.
day night last; and It may to necessary,
for tho proper understanding of tho mat
tor, tu also remark, that only mem
bers of tho band worn presont, with
a few If Un Is Interested In music.
Among lime wal Mr. II. P. Make, of
open-air concert fame.
Tho band played No, 1G and 'J 2, and
t li or, tbo table ! Need wa say .Mr. lleli.
bins presided? Nood tvo remark that
after tho cloth had boon removed ho mado
a epoech, full of pithy and to tho point
ttntences ! And then Judgo llrois, as a
mattor of course, was brought to his feet,
and, iu his peculiar manner, sovoral tlmos
brought down tho table. Tbon Duruiido
and Hartman, and n strangor by tho namo
of Oborly, indulgol In wit, hbtnor and ol
oquuncc, and Mr. lllako rounded off
tho plcalant ovonlug with an original
Wo bavo tho asiuranco of Mr. Gor
ouU, who was also presont a pleaded
lookor-on at Yionna that Ac nevor pins
oi a inoro delightful ovenlng; Mr. Ii. P.
Parker, in a confidential manner, told 111
the alfalr went far beyond bis expecta
tions. Bmythe, Saup, Wlloy, Uo-lon,
Gossman, (whcio humorous anecdotes and
nppropos songa, like Yorick's witticisms,
moro than onoo did sat tho table, on a
roar), Mason, Murray acd Lynch, all toll
us tho ntViir was as dfligbttul as could bo
A rcprcioclativoof Tun Uullsti.n was
presont by porsiir'ion, and vm havo con
sequently full reports of tha excellent
speeches raade,and of Mr. U's pkaiant
llttlo poem. We woro requnt'.-J lo not
glvo any publicity to tbo atTair. and have
thcroloro denied ourtulf the pleaiuro uf
publishing tho eloquence, tho psesy and
tho wit of the evening and havo tatiillod
ourielf with this hastily wrltton notice.
WnzsTLiaa StiAMiioATt, Bswir.K.
Tho car-plurcisg steamboat wblsllo will
not hercaftor bo so frcquont at our wnarf.
iioats must not horeafter Jnduhja In a
single blow of gro'itor length than three
seconds, '.and tha aggregated blows at
any onuoiuo must not bu ot 'onaer dura
tion than twenty .jcor.di. Suppoiu, how
ovor, a signal is given in this way, ,hat
will tho council do about It: Ono blow
of three second, another of three seconds,
and soon until tho signal has Ir.itud
twenty seconds. Then tho boat mutt dis
continue making that signal, or it must
pay a Quo; but how lung
a timo must tlapie boforo
another signal may te commenced?
Tho ordlnanco reported to tha council at
its last mooting does not specify tho time
that must ulapie afterono signal of twenty
seconds is caaoa boioro ano.aer oao may
bo commenced. If, then, a boat at tho
end of a twenty-second signal allows live
seconds, for instanco, to olapto)
may it not comminco to blow
again .' If this Is so, will tho ordln
anco now beforo tho council accoinpllth
tbo object Its author has Iu view'
Wouldn't it be well to amend thn ordin
anco, by making thu proviso read na fnl
lows: "Provided, that oi.h blow of tho
whistlu shall not bo of .otigor duration
than thruo soconds or thocoutlnuud blow
of tho whistle muku the entlro algnal ot
longer duration than tventy fuconds;
and that llvo minutex twit ulapso after
aclgnal has been givot boforo another
shall bo commenced."
Tub Cavk Kxcukhohisth Monrs.,
tho Itevs. Gilbert and Wnllar, Dr. Dun-
nlng, Citioiu Pace and Ilurnott and an
other gentleman, namj unknown to us,
will loavo tho city Tiesday morning to
visit the wonderful cae, eight miles from
Harrlsburg.on tholiio of tho Cairo and
Vlnednnos railroad. A guldo has boon
provided, who will afuly conduct them
through tho mysterbin labyrlntbt of thu
underground chumlors, and mortal pres.
clem o, acting at tin distance Irom tho
cave, cannot autldpato thu diicoverius
they may n.ako. It is said mind, we
"' It is said, out wo do jot assert this
of our own knovlodgo that tho Harris
burg cavo is in wnderful In its way as
tho cave lately visited y Mr. Josoph Mo
dill In Kurope, or tho olectrlcal cavo of
California. l 4 furtlmr aaid that in tliU
Harflsbiirs holo aro many rollca of the
butter dayi f thu rojiuhllc, among them
wnll.prosom.i honost pjllticlans ; wemon
without vanity ; common oounollir.ini with
common sense; true Christians ; physluinut
who would not hoiltatu to tako tholr own
modlcinta; edltorn who, lUo tho youthful
Washington with his llttlo hatchet, aro
too consebmtiom to lie, nnd 10 torth. Dr.
Dunning has bcon delogatod by ui to act
as commissiontr of Tub Bulletin, and
wo oxpsct from him a rich and racy ac-
couat of thoadTonturos of tha party In
their soarch uniere'round after now sen
Six Is vory much tho oflsprlng of phys.
ical ilbhealth and feoblo ttomaclu. 1) , '
Ing ono-thirder our llmo tho processes of
Jlgostlon must g0 on in our bodies, and lf
thn stomach and bowelt ara not woll,
nothing Is well. To bo dyspoptlo Is to bu
miserable; moreover, dyspopsla is thu
loundatton of fovort and disoaiis of tho
blood, liver, skin and Uldnoys. Dvniion.
tin Invariably yioldt lo Uo vlrtuet of iho
vogetablu incradlontt contained Dint
groat purifier o the blood and restorer of
nnaim, Hit. WAlUKR'a CALiroRNIA VlN
EiiAU iln-TKiis. U0-7.16.1yw&d
CAtno, Illinois, 1
XhuMday Even'g, July 10, 1874.
Tho woathor lo-dav hat boon close, hot
and cloudy with fair proraisot of a much
nocuou ram, all day, which, with the ex
ception of ri vory llcht enrlnklo nt noon.
up to this writing, has fallod to come,
out mo cioudt aro still hoavy and tho
penpto hopeful It may rain to-night.
Tho feeling In all branches of tho
market shows groat Improvement ovor
that of thn last fow weoks. Kvon flour Is
beginning to rally, and tho domand it Im
proving, but prices aro woak and still
tend downward. Oats aro not qultu so
still' tu-dny, owing to tho small demand.
Prices hero vartod in tha last threo daya
from fi7 to (Wosackod nnd dollvorod, clos
ing to-day at 67f:iti8o. Corn is actlvu and
linn, and com meal scarco ani higher,
selling to-day at 4 00. Our remarks on
other articles will bo found under their
tfif" Our friends should bear in mind
that tho prices horo given aro usually for
salea from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for brokun lots it is
necessary to chargo an advance ovor
tlicso figures. "VSa
' Tho markot shows slims of mltrlm.,
out tho cUuct has not yot bocn full. Prlco.
aro lowor, and ns tho now crop of wheat
beglnt to move, will probably go lower
still. Tho demand and transactions, alnco
our last report, havo beon small. AVo
r 'j ---n-
nolo sales of 100 bbia various grados, .0
lo . CO; 100 bbls various grade?, 6 00 to
7 00;2'J5bbls various grados, K 60 to 7 03;
ICO bbls various grades, l 00 to 7 50
Tht.ro is somo Inquiry for cholco hay
wnn no receipts and nono in markot,
Thu supply of tho old crop In tho coun
try is exhausted, and until tho now begins
to move, prices will bo firm. Sales woro
i cars cholco ini.xod dollvorod, is 00;
car cholco timothy dollvorod, 20 00.
'i'ho markit continue! firm and actlv for
both white and mixed. Tho demand for
thu ordor tradu is steady und prices aro
Urm at quotations. Wo nolo sales ol
car mixed In bulk on track 00; 2 cars
mixed in sacks delivered 7.1; 1 car mixed
in cks delnrerod 71; 1 car whito In
sacks d-iliveaod .hi ; '' cars whito in sacks
delivered 82; Hears whito in sacks doliv
livcrcd SO ; & cars mixed in sacks ileliv
ured 72; II cars mixed In sacks delivortd
7I(57G; 12 cars white In lacks delivnri.,1
0(i,32 ; 10 cars mixed In sucks dollvorod
Tho market Is h llttlo unsteady and prices
fluctuating, with rango of 3 to leonts on
tbo bushel selling as high as Clo. They
aro quoted to-day fj70uSc. Tho domand
it small, and is confined to tho ordor trade.
Wu noli salos of 2 cars in sacks, doliv.
ered, CS&CO; 1 cir in sacks dclivorod
Dli 1 m Mta unllTitoui .
taeks delivered, 59 ; 3 cart in sacks doliv
ored, C(C1 ; 2 cars tn sacks dollvorod, il
Meal is scarco, firm and in activo do
mand. Cholco brands told to-day in
ronnd lots at t , delivored. Wo note
salos of 100 bbln S 1) I 00: 100 bbls fold
early J 10; 100 bbls sold early 3 70; J00
bbls S D, o 35.
Wo note sales to-day of 1 car load old
wheat Modltorrrionl 1C; 1 car English red
1 -!5; 1 car Moditoranoan 1 0'-'.
Thero Is nono In markot, and traniac.
tions aro small. Borao enuuirv to-dav bv
aaxious buyers, but g few car loads would
Block tho market. We nole a snlo of 1
car in sacks del, 17 (iO.
Thoro is vory littlu cholco buttor In
markot and nono was received to-dav
Tho dornand for cholco is stoady, aid ro-
colpts aro readily disposed of at Tic. W
nolo tales of A00 lln good northern, 20 to
"5; 11 buckets northern, 20e: 10 nulls
ohoi m Southern Illinois, l!0(Ti)2'J; .'100 lbs
ciioieo nortliern, 2:t; 20tt lbs choice South
crn Illinois 22; 1000 lbs good northern,
20; SCO Ihj cholco iiorthorn, l!2.
Tho market is ovor-etockod and thn
bu.k of recoipts nil that aro not told
within a day or two after arrival 10 to
fund thn fishes. 10 contt Is tho oulsldn
quotation for fresh In mnall boxos. Wo
note sales of 300 do.on 10c; dOO dezon
Pc ; '-'01 domn 0c ; 200 dozon 7c.
Thuro aro very fow in markot. anil not
much domand. Cholco old hons nro
quoted .1 00 to 3 2C, and young chickens
- 00 to A 00, according to no and condi
Hon. Sales woro 10 duon old hons, .'I HC;
10 do.on old mixed, i! CO to 3 00: 25
do.vn young, according to 'I.o, 'J 00 to
lulotand dull, not onmiL'h aollimr to
03tablb.li any wholesale prices.
Wu notu tales of 20 boxes 7Co to 1 ii5 :
80 boxen 7fm to 100.
Thero in uonsldorablii Iniiul TV fur
smoked muat and lard, but thuro is nono
offering. lVlein aro firm at rirovlous
quotations. Wo nolo Halo of i tlor:ce
sugar cured cimvasiod hams at 14c.
Tho market Is quiet and dull, verv lit.
tlu doing. Applet nro In vory llttlo do
mand, and poaches havo not yot put In an
appsaranou In thu general markot. Wo
lioto anion of ao bbls npplot 2 C03 00
15 crates blackborrles 2 oOQ'.l 76; 15 bcx-
ea Tunnessen peaches I 00 to 1 do.
Wahh INUT0N llAKKHY. -Air. .Ininnl.
itonekor lias taken chargo of this well
known establishment, and will, on and
attor to-day, bo ablo to mpply tho
publlo with choice broad, including
lloHton, llrown and Graham brond, besides
nakot nnd confectlouarlot of nvorv do.
scrlption,. Ilolng an oxporluncod and
skilful bakor, Mr. llonokur will not fail to
nullify nil who patronlzo I1I111. 140
iVnahington avonuo, '.l').7-'J-lm ,
At llAnT.VAya. All klnda of
fruit jars choap for cash at Hartman'a
The lftreoit and bott-soloclnd ttnik
of FURNITUItK for aalo at wholesalo
and rotali by II EN It Y EIOUtlOFK, No.
Ho, Coiumorclal nvcnue.onnoilto Snvonth
(treet. 71 6.17.3ra
To ItEMT. Two of tbo moa. ollgablo
and neat olllco roomt with a largo anil
room and bod room, altualod ovor my
atoro room, No. 113, Coiumorclal nvonuo.
71.Cll.tr D, AnTER.
Fori Sale, "00 dor.m ono quart fruit
cana at $1 por dozen ; half gallon cant at
11 60 por dozen, all of good tin with
groovod soama, manufactured and for salo
ly A.Halloy, 1C8 Waibington avenuo,
near Tonth stroet. 8J.7-17.lm
TllK llEhT. Win. I.uilwit'. l.nrno".
II ' ' '
makor, corner of Pght slroot and Com
mercial ovenuo, haa tbo host aupply of
harness, saddles, bridles, ntc, in Southern
Illinois, and sells them as choap at tho
.M n.L I Nr. 11 y Uooiii at Cost. Mrt
llriggs, Commercial avenuo, cornor Tonth
street, wishoi to inform tho ladies of Cairo
and vicinity that for tbo noxt 30 days tho
will sell her tummer millinery at cost
Plcato call nnd oxamino hor goods, If
you with aonicthing lino at a low price.
Por Two -Mouths Only
At thu Delmoulco llotol at ltcducod
Hoarders will do woll to inquire at tbo
olllco and mako nrranuemonls.
75-7-12 Ot Hatuiy Walkeii,
DiffoLufiox ol PAiiTHKrTilir.--Tho
public aro ho ruby notified that Iho part
ncrthiphcrotuforu existing bolweon Jamos
K. Lano and tuytolf was difiulvcxl on tho
8thiual.,on which day 1 bought out his
entire intorost In tho partnership buslneia
nnd Ktock on band, and assumed thu iay
ment of all liabilities duo by tho late
firm. ItuiiEnT Lcvr.
Di!olutio:. 11 Cn-i-Aiii.xttiiir.
Notice is horoby given, that tho co-part
narthlp lioriitiiforu misting betweon the
undersigned uti 1 Robert Levy, under thu
ttylo of Lovy &: Lane', thero having boon
no deflnlln period llxod lor thu continu
anco thorcol, has tbit day been dissolved
by my giving to said Lovy a written no
tlco of such dissolution, according to law.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, July 11th, 1874.
72-7-lCGt Jamkh K, Lane.
Tiik barber aliop is on .no cornor Ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J. Georgo Stionhnuso with his gun.
tlumanly assistants can bu found at any
hour of tbo day or night, ready to toot'nu
your feelings with a smooth thavo, or cool
your tamper nnd head with a good sham,
poo. It is a first-cla'S shop, and you aro
surn of receiving first-class treatment.
l.a,IU' .T..I rblldrMii's hair cut or curldd
ftnrtho most approvrvl styles, a-15-tf
At All Hours W understand that
on tho first of next month tho Delmonico
hotol dinning room will be open day and
night. Moul tickets will be snld at tha
rato of tlftuon for Hvo dollars, thus cn
abllng thoo who with to call for and get
tnoir meals at any buur, dav or night
Tho best tho markot alfords will be sup
plied, and boarders can order what they
Desiring to wind up our partnership
business, wo nro'solling lumber at roducod
rates $2 per thousand lens than markot
prices. Having a lariro atock of logt on
hand, wo aro prepared to fill all bills at
short notlca. Wo nro soiling aldowalk
lumbor and oak, at J13 por thousand, ciuh
dollvorod; and poplar, at corresponding
Mr. McGahoy being no longer in our
ompleiy la not authorised to taku or
dora, collect bills or receipt for the Urm.
;ii-7-H-4w AVai.l & E.it.
The Great Amerh a.v Heeh Plant.
Entirely froo from alcohol. Tho only-
thing known that will tako tho placo ot
milk, coll'oi) and tea. Thla plant will pro
duco tbo boat of beer In 3 to 6 ho tire, at
tho small cost of 'I cent por gnllon. It
is a now thing in this country, and no
lamtly rhould bu without it. One pack
ago will bo sufficient to supply a half
do.en families with the hour. Porsons
desiring to do ao can club togotbor and
aond for a packago and divldo tho tamo
at a trilling cost. Pull directions (or
making and using thu boor accompany
oach package. On rocoipt of f 1 I will
mail, postpaid, a packago of tho beer
plant, noatly put up and aoalod to anv
postoibco In thu United Statot or Canada.
Send money whon convenient by P. O.
order or rogiatorod luttur. Addresa
2t L. It. Odmknt, Cleveland, Ton 11,
SniKWK'H Sr. A Wkku Town; In tli
ntmosphoro experienced horo durliiL! tho
Hummor months, th lethargy producod
oy tno nout takoa away tho doirn for
wholsomo food, and (reuuent norsniratlotn
roduco bodily enorgy, particularly those
suiioring irom lliu oUocta of dob lltatini
dlsoasos. In order to koop a natural
neaiintui activity ot tho svatcm. wo must
retort to artificial means. Por this pur
poeo Schonck'a Sea Wood Tonlo is vury
oll'uctual. A fow dosct will crualo an an.
putlto and givo frtsh vigor to tho onorva-
ted body. For dyapepsla, It is invalunblo.
Many eminent phyalciana havo doubtod
whether dysnonsla can bo nnrrnfimtritlt
curod by drugs which ara generally om-
pioyeu lor mat purpose. Tho Soa Woed
Tonio tn its naturo la totally ditl'erunt
from audi drugs. It contains no oorro-
tlvo minerala or acids; in fact It assists
thu roirular oporatlona of nature, and sun-
plies her dofiouclos, Tho tonlo In its na
ture to miicii rcsouiblet tbo gnstrlo julco
that It Is almost Idoutlcal with that fluid,
Tho L-aetric tuico la tho natural Bnlvntil
which, in ft healthy condition of tbo imdv
cause tho lood to be digested; and whon
this julco la not excreted in eulfielnnt
quantities, Indigestion, with nil Ita ,ll.
tressing ayraptomB, follows. Tho Soa
Wood Tonio porformt tho duty of tho gas-
trln lolro wliMn tlm iMitnr i. .l..oi.
' " J ' ' ... .....v., ,v . 1,11,,;, on t,
Hcliunck'is Sua Wood Tunic, said by all
ELLIOT & IIAYTIIOr.N, tho pop
ular wholesalo and rotali dealers In Boots
and Shoes, havo found their proioti thudd
ing ontirely too tmall for tholr rapidly
Increasing trade, thoy havo, thornforn
takon tho well-known thrcc-story build
ing formerly occupied by U. II. Cunninh-
ham, No. 101 Commercial Avonuo, and
r.oar tho cornor of Sixth atroot, nnd nro
this day .novlng their ontiro ttock on
hand. Mr. Elliott it now In Now York
and Motion, and Is purchasing tho lurgnst
of overy description, with
HOOTS AN 1) SHOES, HATS, .VO , AO ,
ever brought to this city.
Tho Ilrst story of thit building will bo
used for the retail dopartmout of goods
of all kinds, whilo tho second and third
will be oxcluilvoly usod for tho wholesale
irado in boots and ihool.
Mesirs. KTLIOTT A: IIAYl'HOP.N
oitond a special invitaltoti tu every one
tu call and seo their stock and bear their
pricos, as they are determined to keep thu
largest and cheapest stock of goods iivor
presented lit Cairo.
Wo congratulate thcto gentlemen on
their prosperity, and warmly recommond
thorn to all our raadtrs.
Itticembor, No. 101 Commercial Avo
Cuaiu'uai. Furnaces at T. .1. Kr.imi s
It. Y. MILI.KIt, Preddnnt,
J. M. I'll I l.l.l I'S Vice Prcldciit.
( IIA.S UNNIN1I1IA.M, l.'aililer
COLLECTIONS P1IOMPTLY MADE
E.('IIAN(li:,ioln,baiikiioie and I niw
t:tti . Kci'iiritie's Loiilit ami mjIiI.
Intercut nllinvcil on tliuc ilcposlti
TJIE CITV NATIONAL
vv 1 1. ll.M.l.lli W. I'lolilent;
lllINItV I.. IIAI.I.IliA V. Vie.) I'lcl l.
A. II. sAKroltn, ca.liler;
A I. rt.lt IIVsI.UP, Awl.taiilCa.ini r.
STASTaTAYWII, It. II. ril.VMM.II AM
H. I.. IIU.I.IIISY, VV. I'. IIII.M .
U. Ii. ii.l.tsM-iiN, Sii:i in;.s linn,
.A. II. .SAIfullD.
ExcIiuiikc, Coin nnd United Slntcs
lloiuls lluiiglil und .Sold.
DEPOSITS ri-cclvcl;:iinl a giucial liaiikm
bll.lliea. 1 1 1 1 -.
KNTKUI'ltlSK SAVINGS I1A.NK.
CIIAKTPItED MAHCII 111, lSiil).
CITY NATIONAL HANK, (Mlltn
A. It. SAPI'OHD. I'ri'-lilcnl;
II. II Yril.OP, r-ccretary ami Tifi.unr
I'. M. llAISfl. V, CHAN, liAl.inill It,
K. M. .S ioi.'KKI.K'I II, Paul l. (mjiiiui,
It. II. Cl N.NINdllAM. II. I,. IIAI.I.IIM1 .
.1. .M. I'llll.l.ll'.
INTEItPST nalil on dcno.lu nt th, 1 .in
ol hi per cunt, per 11111111111, .M.in li lt ami
'e'ilciiibcr Ut. Intercut not withdrawn 1.
addi'il Immcilialcly to tho lulnclpal of the
ilepoailo, tlieicliy pting them c(iiiiiouud
MAIUUKII WOMEN ANI) I'HILIHIKN MAY
IiKI'OSlT MONEY ANII No ONE El.rK
TAN IlltAW IT.
Open cory bnahiot day from 0 a. 111. to
I - in-, and ;ili,.iliiy eM iilir,'H lor niiio' li
posita oiil), Irom II lo.H o'clock.
V. IIM.(J1 Tlc-imircr
TIui Mont INiu-frful llealliiir Agent
i.ii'i inniui 11 ilia
The wonderful culcritvwlth wlileh il,u
Combination of c'Aliltiiiu.lu Ae'lli Willi
iiiiicit mionio ani ci'HAiivi: kmol-
II tAlH 111 11 MiihI Virulent Sores unit
Is Fiiinelliliig akin to the marvoloiia,
It Ii With 111I1I0 that tlu, PronrlntorM cull
attention to the gratifying fact that
PHYSICIANS OIVK IT TIIK HIGHEST
MKAU Ut PUAISK.
mil usu It mid prescribe It In their practice
Points to uo Borne in Mind .
CAKIIOLIC SALVE no.ltlvclv ein,.a .1...
!.wtiuii.m cn i' i,,Liii,. ..11..-. .,
1 . . ...ti,,,,,, .iiiiiin no)
pain of burn-..
OAHIIOLIO SALVE cures nil cutaiicoii-.
, t'AltlJOLIO HALVE lemovcH plmiiles and
. CAIUIOLIO SALVK will euro cuts und
i t mull 111 aei.vi.' .... 1. , .
nil Halveii, Ointment or other lleullng ( o,!!.
ooilllds. anl hah Ai'ilii'vi.ti 1 ,11,?. ......
IIKITUATIO.N ANI) HAS A l.AllOKIi ' H A I l'
,1.-1, miici niiuil"r J'ie'ILirutlOll of
ijuiu;eviTywerii. rniova cents.
JON U K. HE.NKY.COUItA.N 1 CO,,
Prop., S and tl Colleito Place. S: v
I HIM II Ml. H