NEW LWIBER YARD...
IWlf. SEVESTEESTH ST. AN COM
Tbe UBdctrigMd Uvlng established a
aew lumber r I" connection with their
aawmlll, are prepared to .furnish nil kinds of
building pulerW, otich n
PIKE, CYPRESS, POPLAR
AM Aah Tkons(r Slellnr. Celling, Ac,
Special attention U failed to mir Mearo
issstt, KCon d Aerienlturat Implement'
iatril, which will lie furnished on short
notice In Urge or mull quantities.
A lanre itock of cheap lumber on hand nt
oar mill, which will be sold at tS to 910 per
utUHtii to carioau 10 ii. aiio inn ami
shingle furnished tit any qnnnttly.
C11A8. lUANCASTKIl & Co.
Cairo, IU., Angun 1, 1874. 8-2-Siii
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
T11K EORTY-F1FTH ANNUAL
SESSION or Sludic to tho
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SEIHEHUEK tli, 1871.
For Prospectus, elvloc torms, inslruo
tlom to parents, Arc, Ac, apply to or
REV. JOS. G. ZEALAND, S. J.,
tit Louii Unlvorslty, St. ioufs, Mo. ;
T. J. KERTH,
i Successor to
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.,
s to "vies;
HOLLOW WARE &C-,
Manulacturor and Jobber of
TIN, SHEET- IKON and COPPER.
Pump., Rlrd Cairo-. Ico Croam Freeze r
Water Coolers Wire Cloth for Will
dow s'creemi.Japancd Ware,
Guttering andJol) Work
MADK A SPECIALITY.
Agent for tho
Garry Iron Hoofing Co,,
Tho tint Iron Jtooflng In tho Market.
Order; from Abroad will Receive Prompt
All work done with Dispatch and Wairan-
leu to give .-satisfaction.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP ALL KINDS, HARD AMD COIT,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill and Yrd,
Conner 31th Street
nnd Ohio Loves.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturer and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
VOPt,AR,OAK, imRUH, ASU, QUU
AN li COTTONWOOD, tsUR
DKESSBD. PINE, AbH AND TOP.
JLAB FLOORING. OEILNQ AND
tSTOIlce at saw mill on conitr of Twin
ly.Hecoim tircel and Uhlo Levee.
To the Editor o Tin IIullktin:
KirKKii:i r'itiKNHjyou wlllnlcako i
fcm jour reader, that I have a posiuu-
C'UUE FOR COSSUMll'IOX
and all disorders ol the Throat and I.um
and that, by It utu In my practice, I have
cured huudreds of eases, and will g
or a case It will
not beiiclit. Indeed, ho
1 Will ii Kitfi.iv
iromj Is -niv faith.
ma;, io sttyt
.llfTr.r..-.,.1.1..., . t ...,
Pleue show this letter to any one you may
HMWWbolenuBeilDL' from these dUeosol,
and oblige, laithndly Yours,
7i Ti r , . wins me.
DR. T. F. BURT,
owilUau Ml, Hew Virk
CAIRO LOCAL- NEWS.-
Snmolioilv to Mke from tn :i Ihntimnri bill
heads good paper nnd finely i nntejt, lor
W.r.0 to Hl.
One thousand statement r.rltde.l at"Tiir.
Hi-llkti:-otiice f or fcuo moo, ,
. Hole llcnd, '
OBtTthotind lintr hfttds nrlrllM it Tni
Bulletin oillcc for $4.00: twothousaudlor
One thousand business card! . Cue llrlstol
board, printed atTHR IlctXKTlN office, lor
from iti-W to tfi.OO. acconHinr to alxc.
FRIDAY, AUGUST M, 1ST.
HUEFFNER, at the PUutet's House,
last night late, ran out of Cairo' most
popular beverage Mllwaukco Uaor but
he this morning received a
Genuino Milwaukeo Boor,
which Ii golngjso fait that thoie wanting
any mint hurry up.
Jiver allvo to tho interest of his. pat-
rom, ho alio announce that
TO-MORROW MORNING AT
lie will open the
Evencen in thli city, with MILWAU
KEE UK Bit in abundance.
Kemembor, at tbo
Mail aubscribers who find an X oppo
lito, tholf nameton the margaln'of.thcir
paper, or oh lliu wrapper, wlllunderitand
that it meam uknkwai. oh hlbpkmhoS
(that tho time for which their papnr wai
paid it out, and our torms nro $10.00 for
the daily and 11.00 lor the weekly, 1K
VAIUAIILT IS ADVANCK.
O.vk .thouiand Ctiintio paraioli at
'llartman'tf, only twouty-Cvo cent! each
Did ot cow a on1. The Mound. City
buo ball club did not put in an appear
ance ysitorday, and of courio there wai
no gamo playod. Vie undontand tho
Mound City club bai ditlolred.
Attention, Stars. All member! of
the Rata Rail Club aro riKjuetted to meet
in Pbit. Howard'! batement this (Friday)
ovening, at 8 o'clock.
M. J. Howlkt, I'm.
ALU penoni indubtod to Wall & Ent
that do not make settlement boforo the
15th day of Auguit will find their ac
count! In tho hands of Etqulre lirosj for
collection. Wall A: Ent.
ltcMKiinxft, It should not bo forgot
ten that tho German Lutheran church,
ThirtoontU street, botwebn "Wathlncton
bvcduo fcnJ Walnut street, will bo de
dicated on cext Sunday, Tho ceromonies
will be liupreUo and intoreiting.
Hon. S. S. Mak.siiall at Uaruibuuiio,
The Democrats of Saline county
htld their convention at Uarritburg
. . . . j
yeilerdav, to nominalo (anuiuatei Tor
county oHieuri. After the convention
transacted its kuiineii, Hon. S, K. 31 nr
(balf delivered an addreas on the political
Tjikv arb HAi-ry. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Adams aro htpy. Twelve years
ago their hearts were made glad by the
alvcntof a boy, who is now ulmoit a
young man, l xitorday, to the great do-
light of all, a little girl put in an appear
ance, and now the joy of that household
knows no bounds.
The War Over, The following' tele
gram recclvod yesterday morning, indi
cates that the war in Miuinlnpl is over :
Mkui'iii, AllgUit 111.
Imo. II. OliKtlLV, Jiditur Jlullt'tin;
Tte War in MliiliKippl is over. General
Ubalmnri'ls In potiuillon pi Austin. Ko
colored men left Coahoma1 county to en
gage tn the (true,
Piuvatk lloAUih-o Jlrs. J. V. Car-
niiciluol having takonhe large homo at
the corner of Sixth street aud Wnsbiug
ton avenue, is prepared to
furnish prlvato boarding to a
limited number of either ladles and gen
tlemen, or lo gantteman aud their wlvei.
The house is-very pleasantly located and
convenient to tho business part ot tho city.
The rooms nru large, airy and well
lighted. Tor fartVer information inqhlru
at tho boues.
S! is very inden too oirtprmc of phys
ical ill.health and foable stomachs. Dur
ing ono-tblrd of our time tbo processes, of
digestions must go on in our bodtos; and
if the stomach aud bowels are not well
nothing is well. To brf dyspeptic Is the
foundation of fevers and diseases of the
MooJ, livor, skin And kidnoys. Dyspep
sia invarsably yoalds to the vlrtuoH of tho
vegetable Ingredients contained that great
purlilsr of tho blood and restorer of health
Dn, Walkiu's Oalikoknia Vikkoau
CKtri'Liu ioh Live. Old Archy Rob
inson, an old colored mau woll-known in
this communulty, on Vdnosday last met
with an accldont which will vory likely
cripple him for life, Ho had gone Into
the woods above the city, and falling n
wUh some wood-chopperi, stoppml to
talk to one of them who was chopping
on a largo log. Archy got too llose, and
the axe slipping, the sharp edge struck
him on tho kneo, separating tho Joint
almost as neatly as It done by the hand
Of a surgeon, Dr. Wardner droised the
wound, and gives It ac his opinion that
the old man will bo a cripple for iifu.
A QUEER CASE.
.WALDER AND JAS.
' LAND AT LAW,
THE FIRST ARREST UNDER THE
ILLINOIS DUELING LANS'.
Ike Waldor and Jim Garland, ns i
well known, hv not befn on "pood
torms" for two years, and from what
follows It will bo seen that nlthur if
them has been very particular a to tho
nature of-tho language and upilhots ap
plied to tho oilier. A few days since
they engaged In an angary alto'ratlnnt
during which Garland l said to novo raid
to Walder, "You bavo as good a shot gun
as I bavo aud w will go out in the morn
ing and settlu the matter," or words to
that effect. On this W'nlder had Unrlaud
arreted under tho law regarding duello.
The trial came oil' before Judgo llnxs yes
tcrday morning, aud Garland was held to
bail in tbo sum of six hundred dollars.
The following Is the cvidouco as given
at tho trial yesterday:
Waldor was callod and testified. I am
acquainted with James Garland; My naino
Is Iiatc Waldor ; Garlaud pasitd my
store day beforo yesterday, with an um
brella in his hand : soon ho saw mu ho
turned and called mo a thiol, said I stole
spoons from the St. Charles Hotel, and
eald: "I always knowyouas a d
tbloviog 8 of b or aumethlns'
to that amount; I Invltod Mm la the More;
ho refuted to come In ; calling ma dirty
s of b j" ho said "you have
got as good a shot-gun as 1 bavo, and we'l'
fightlt out to-morrow morning "everyday
or anyhow ovorytimo ho has met me fur
the past two years ho has called mo ad
thieving s of b ; I novor
gave him any provoctiun whstovor; I
am not n Qghting-nian; ho accosted mu
at my store, cornor Ohio Livee and Sixth
streotj James Garland ucd tho langiuge
I hvo Just stated; I did not y any.
thing to him that morning; bo began tho
fuiH. Ho often camo to my storo and
abused me; he was very angry at tho
Cross oxamlned by Mr. Whooler: 1
call'4 him an Irish t of b ; ho ha
lor tho past two years boon abusing me, on
tho strct ar.d atiny hiiilness plaee; dnn't
know how tho feud originated; never
gave him any rauso whatovor.
Mr. Whtelor Was it a written or ver
bal challenge that Mr. Garland gavo
Mr, W alder It was verbal.
Q State as nearly as you can what tho
A Ho said : "You havo got ns good a
shot gun as I have, and wu'll settle it to
Q Did you not stato just a minute or
two ago, '-and we'll light it out?"
A He said both, "light it out and set
Q .Didn't he say "We'll havo it out?"
A Yos, sir, I believe ho did.
Q Then he said tt threo ways "You
have got as good a shot-gun a I have, nnd
to-morrow morning we'll Iibvo it out,
light it out, and settle tho matter ?''
A Yes, sir, that is what bo said.
(J What waa your reply to the invita
A I said, "I thank you, 1 don't fight
Q When you asked him into the store,
and went behind the counter, did you not
intend to get a leadod revolver ?
A I tnUht Lave. I havo no ruoollec-
tlon of going to gel it.
tj Did you not iLtcnd to eboot .Mr.
Garland when you invilrd him into the
A Don t know whether I did or not
O -Didn't you say "comu In, I'll tlx
A Don't remember if I did.
Harry Walkor wa, the next witness
called, aud being asked what be !new
about the caso, stated : 1 was coming
out of the saloon next to W alder's cloth
ing store; hoard Garland say "I'll moot
you to-morrow and we'll havo it out.'
That was all hoard. Ah soon as I saw
who it was I went back Into the saloon.
E. A. llurnett testilled Last Tuesday
morning while coming up from the wharf
boat, I saw Garland standing at Walder's
door ; heard them calling cacti other
names which were not very compll
mentary; Garland akod Wal
dor out; Wnlder said he'd he u fool to
tight n 100 pound man ; Waldor aiktd
Garland imi.'.oj Garland refused, saying :
"Meet me to-morrow morning, you have
got as good a shot-gun as 1 havo.'' I was
standing on the outer edgo of the side
walk and Garland was standing in tbo
Cross oxamlned. W alder asked him to
come In heard Waldor call him a d n
Irish, etr, Garland t!d to Wnlder, "You
are armed and I dnn't euro about going
in there," or something like it; Garland
was at tho door; heard Garland say i
'Moot mo to-morrow and we'll havo it
out;" when I loft they wore calling e.ch
other thieves and s of b s,
John II. Honry, book-keepor for Wul
dor, testilled Was at my desk in Mr. Wai.
dor's storo on last Tuesday morning ; tho
first 1 knew of the fuss win that gentle
man (pointing to Garland) cull Waldor n
lying, tnloving s of ajb ; both of
them wero calling oach other "pot"
names; Garland said; "You stolo sptons
from tho St. diaries Hotel, und you uro
ad hog thief ;" Wul Jer culled him a
lying Irish e or a b ; Garland
aid ; " You havo as gooi a shot-gun as
have, 1 will moot you to-morrow and wo'll
seltlo thli;" Garland, 1 think, et'artod tbo
fuss; when I first heard it Waldor was
standing up about tho centro of tbo
countor ; novor heard Waldor say any
thing against Garland till that morning.
Cross examined Garland said: "You
havo got as good a shot gun as 1 huvo
moot mo to-morrow and wo will sottlo tho
matter." '.Did not hear Waldor say "coroo
in, I'll fix you," Waldor told him that
h was no lighting nun,
Paul Allen-testifiul Was present at
tho commenooinent aud end of difficulty;
Walder was in tho tt)ru ; Garland came
lip to tho door, nnd said : "Whoro uro
them solsjori you stolo, you thlovlng n
ofah h ?'' Wnlder replied : "Uomo In.
hero nnd I'll give , oil tho (elisors j" Gar
UliI refused .to como In saying:
You nnd your family nro a d d
set of thluvfis," Waller asked him to
rnmn in again; Garland saldi "Como
mi'sidii vim thriving s n of n b h .
you havo cot ns pod i shot-gun as 1
hav(. Meet run to-morrow morning and
we'll tottto tbo matter," Walder said ho
wa unable to light him.
C'f.ss Examined. -1 think Wnlder
meant ho was unable to li;;lit htm fist
Thli rlored thu testimony.
THE RKIMMILIOAN CONGRESS
IONAL CO N V KN 1 1 ON AT
MOUN 1) C1TT Y US l'ER D A Y,
OP COH USE "LITTLE IKK" Id RH-NOMlNATi-.D.
THE SENATORIAL AND REPRE
SENTATIVE CON VENTIONS.
PARR ELL, lN'SOOr.E, 11. O. JONES
AND CLANNAHAN NOMINA
TED. A 1110 CROWD, JWT NO ENTHU
Tho congressional convention was
called to order by ,1. C, Wlli, chairman
of tho district contral oommlttoo, and on
motion of A. ,1. Kuykendall, Col. Hen,
L. Wiley was choiun chairman.
On motion of J; M. Kelley, A. J.
ldeti and Fred. Corson wero appointed
On motion a committee on credentials
was appointeJ,conslstiug of the following.
named gentlomen, viz :
J. M. Kelly, Perry county.
A. tsteole, Randolph county.
E It Pellett, Jackson county.
R. D. Mathui, Jahnson county.
A. (Juanto, Mai. no county.
T. II. Phillip', Union.
,1 M. Uoiaa.-d, Pope.
(i W. Mclveaikj, Abtxandor;
C-org W. Young, Williamson ;
Al. Griffin, Pulaski.
Thocommlttee h'-vlng retired for a few
minutes, returnol and submitted the fol
lowing report, vix:
"To the Republican convontion of the
lHli Concresslornl district.
We. the committee on credentials, beg
loavo to report that we havo examined the
credential of tho delegates present and
Una each county roproiontoU ana onlitieu
to sat in Mm convention.
(Signed) Geo. W. t ou.no,
On moUo2. sail roport was received
and tbo c xnmilteo discharged.
It vai moved and carried that each
delegation recommend a suitutlo per
son ns a member from its county on tho
Whereupon tho following woio p.;
pointed ns such congroisional committee
D. R. McMasters, Randolph.
Honry Armstrong, Massac.
P.. II. Stlnson, Union.
U. L. Wiley, Jackson.
S. G. Parks, Perry.
M. Erwin, Williamson.
II. D. Raker, Pope.
A. .1. Alden. Johneon.
G. W, MjKeaig, Aloxnnder.
Goo. W- Mertz, Pulaski.
On motion a cemmitteo on resolutions
was appointed, who submitted tho follow
Resolved, that tho Republican party of
the Eighteenth congressional district In
convention aticm'ulcd, roadopt and
endorse the principles ol the republican
party as adopted at Springfield, June 11,
Eosolvod. that wo nndorso tho Hon
Isaac Clomenth and take prido In ugain
proentini: him for re-election to the poo
jilo of this district to represent them in tho
On motion said roport was received and
adopted and said committed dUchurged.
On motion of A. ,1. Koykeudall, Hon.
Iir.ao ClouientH was nominated by no
acclamation ns tho candidate of the lt
publicau putty of tho, Eighteenth District
IIAItll.MO.Nr.r HK40LUTI0M KILLKU.
Capt. Iko Kelhy, of Jackson county,
preiontod and moved tho adoption of
a hard-monoy resolution, but a
motion to table it whs put nnd carriod
altuott unanimously, thus precluding all
dobato, Tho following is the resolutions !
Resolved, That we uro in favor of hon
est and practical reform of nil tho abuses
by our public olllcors, and wo favor a plan
of amending our Stale constitution and re
ducing tho number jf officers and all
other exc.in,j expenses.
Resolved, That wo nru opposed to infla
ting our naiiunul currency, but aro in
favor ol keeping up tho amount of legal
teudor notos to lour hundred millions as
authnri.ed by an act of cotigross of 1H J1,
nnd holding sitcrod nil tho promises of tho
natlou topuy its debts in coin and return
tospecio pument at thu earliest possible
Tho convention t'lon udjournol tine,
TIIK HKNATOItUI, OONTKNTIOK OV THE
I'll I V-riKBT IilbTUICT.
Tho Senatorial Convontlon was otllod
to order nt 1 J o'clock,
Y A. Lomoy, of VIonna, was olectod
chairman, nnd Jack Aldon und Fred Car
son oloctod socrctiirics.
On motion, ono dologalo from each
county was selcctod as committoo on
credential. The committoo retired und
brought la a report "O. K." Roport re
colvod and commltteo dlschnrgod.
Mr.. I. 0. Willis movod to procood to
the nomination of candidate for Stato
The motion was sustalnod, whereupon
Hon. 0. M. Porrlll was nominated by J.
0. WIIHh, and on motion was nominated
Hon, 0. M- Porrlll, ti"' nomliiox, wn
called to thu atand ami responded in a
short speech, In wliloh ho said It was tho
happiest moment of his Ufa. H wnnbi
do all ho could to furlhor tho Interests of
tho peoplo of his district. Said he wni
much ohllcod to tho convention for IU
tctlon In nominating him, and took his
Nominations forcandldalos to thn lower
homo of the lecillatura belne now In
order, II, O. ,lonr, of Massac, waa put In
nomination by W. R. Brown, and fieorgo
Merla by Jack Alden, whorcupoa Mr.
Anderson arose, on behalf of Mr. Mori.,
and withdraw bis name, having tho dote
gates Instructed for Morta untrammeled.
Mr. Long thsn nominated Mr. O. 11
Clannahan tor tho same position.
Mr. Willi then moved that the gen
tlemeti nominated, Messra. 11. A. Jonas
nnd C, II, Clannahan, be nominated by ac
clamation ; motion sustained.
Loud calls for Jones, Jones carno to
tho front, and In a pootlo way told the
convention how good he felt said that he
Bad not caught tho nomination, that "as
thu gentlo dews of Heaven
wero slisd upon the oarth "the nomination
was bestowed upon him," or word to that
effect. Ho waa cicsodlngly loyal In his
remark ; said his faith In hla party would
last as long as ho lastod. Among other
ne-y and original things he said was,
"Thoro is but on lamp my foet to guide,"
and that Is the Republican party. Some lm-
poudent fellow from Cairo, remarked, mi.
dlbly.tbal Jones stole from Patrick Honrr-
but nobody bollevod It. Jones then
mred vory high on thu stir srancb d ban
ner, nnd railing his voice to the highest
pitch shouted that very now and leldom-
epeatod poem (excopt from school boys.)
For over Host that standard sheet."
Amid dealoning applause Jonts, out
brenth, then took his seat.
Clannahan was now called
ii d in u noat and practical little speech,
full of good sound sen so, thanked the
convention for his nomination.
The convention then selected tho following-named
geullamen as Antral com
From Massac, .las. L. Elliott.
From Pulaski, Louis (!. Smith.
From Hardin, John Mitchell.
From Johnson, Jamts Slack.
From Popo, A. i). Pierce.
Thu convention then adjourned,
CONVENTION' Of THE FIFTEENTH HIS-
At 11 o'clock, a.m., Hon. M.J. Iuicorc,
Chairman of the Republican Senatorial
District convention, called the convention
to ordor and raad the call.
On motion, Col. John Wood, of Cairo,
was oloctod president and was introduced
by Mr. Inscore.
On motion of Mr. Fisher, Mr. J. M.
Rowlby, of Jackson :ounty was elected
Mr. Layman, of Jaekioc,movod that a
commltteo of threo on credentials bo ap
pointed by the chairman. Carried.
Tbo chair appointed C. II. Layman, el
Jackson, R. R. Stinaon, ot Union and
J. J. RIrd, of Alexander.
Tha cotnuiHl rapurtod Ii rvuuu
all the counties represented, without giv
ing tbo names or msmber of dtlegates.
Jlr. Layman moved that an executive
committee of three, ono tnembor from each
county, bo appointed. Adopted.
The several delegations natnod the fol
lowing as the extcative committee: E.
H. Pillot, of Jackson ; E E. Walbrldge,
of Alexander, and T. II. Phillips, of
Mr. Phillips, ef Union, moved thadop
tlon ol the following resolution :
Resolved, That a majority of all the
delegates appointed to the several counties
In tho Fiftieth ffeuaterial district, stall
be necessary for tbe nomination of a
candidate for representative.
Roaolved, That one Informal votu shall
bo taken for candidates before a formal
ballots is taken.
An Informal ballot was taken, with the
following result :
Alexandor, 12 votes for M..I. Inscurc
Union, 0 votes for Inscore.
Jnckson, 19 votes for Joe. P. Roberts.
Mr. Robarta thon tank tbo floor and
said that It bad been officially announced
to him that Hon. Isaac Clementa had
boon unanimously nominated for con
gress. JCgypt has no sen as bright and
brilliant as Itsfavorito ton, Isaao Clem
ents. Ho has labored to take the burden
of taxation oil tho shoulders
of tbo poople. Ho is the
greatest man in the country, and "I
would thoreforo," said Mr. Roberts in n
flight of eloquenco, "wlthdrawnyx name,
and ask my friends to vote for Mr. In
score." Tho formality of nominating Mr, In
(coro was then gone through with, and
Inscoro callod to th stand,
Mr. Inscore said probably it would
be proper for blm to bo sat
isfied with returning thanks for
tho nomination, but ho wisbad also
to roturn thank to hi competitor. Ho
was particularly plowed to bo nominated
by n Republican convention. lie was a
Republican constitutionally, knew not
how to bo anything elio. Aa a membor
of tho legislature ho would, however, rep
resent hli constituent without rogard to
politic; and, when any question involv
ing tbo genoral intore.it of hi psoplo
rovonue, transportation taxation and what
not ho would not act a a partisan hut for
all tbe people of the district. The canvass
was Just oponlnc, and If ho could be sent
anywhoro to kelp the congressional can
didate or party, then ho was aaxlous to bo
tent. Then Matthew gracefully retired
and tho convontlon adjourned.
WAhiiiNOTON llAKKiiY. Mr. Joseph
Ronekor has taken chargo of this well
known establishment, and wil', on and
alter to-day, bo ablo to supply' tbo
puhllo 'with cboicn bread, including
Rnhton, llrown and Graham bread, beside
cakes and confectioneries of overy de
scription, Relng an oiperlencod and
skilful baker, Mr. Roneker will not fail to
satisfy all who patronize blm. 140
Washington avenue. 88.7-2.lm
Uai no, Illinois, l
TUUIISDAY EVXNINII, AUU. 13, 1 &7 1 J
Wo havo vory littlo chango to note in
tho condition of thu general market.
ihorolsno shlpring demand for any
thing, and ordors como In slowly for
grain and hay. Flour continues hrnvy
and dull with sales conflnod nearly altoge
ther to the Jobbing trado.
Corn meal is plenty nnd quiol
Gala aro firm with an upward tondoncy
and aro quoted ono and two tent hlghor
than last weak. Mixed corn Is quiet nnd
weak, Uutter, oggs and chicken aro
dull and overstocked. Tho weather Is
vory hot. The mercury, In cool shady
places, uiarkii.l nar a Mmdredjevory day
this week. The river are hearing low
water marl, hut rate continue un
changed, THE MARKET
&ayOur frlond should bear In mind
that tho prior hero glvou are usually for
salos from first hands In round lots. In
filling ordor and for broken lots It Is
nocetsary to chargo an advancoovor tbeso
This staple rulei very quint to-day,
! and sales havo boon nlow all tho wook.
Tlioro la no chango In tho condition
of the market nor In prtcos.
Sales were 100 bbls XXX,
5 65 j 100 bbls various gradrs, 4 00 to 7 Of ;
'J car various grados, -t SO to C CO;
100 bbls chclco white wheat, G 35; 100
bbls XXv, 6 60; 200 bbls various tirades,
4 09 to C 10; 100 bbls choice, at mill,!
0 00; 17S bbls various graici, 1 CO lo
The market is quiet and dull, Rocoipts
are light and the demand small. Choice
mixed is quoted It 00, und choice tlmo
olhy 18 Co, dellvero l. Wo note sates of
1 :ar Prarlu, delivorosl, 10 CO, 1 car
choice timothy, delivered, 17 00; 1 car
cbolco mixed, 15 00; 4 cars cboleo tim
othy, 17 CO.
Thu market is wonkcr on mixod corn
and prices are a shado lower. White is
hwld about the same as last week. Sales
were " cara mixed !ekrd and dellverrd(
7ir; '1 cars inixoi in bulk on traek, lijc.'J
curs white in bulk on track, 7V"; 2 cats
mlxeJ, In bulk on track, 0, ; 'J cars whit
in cks delivered, H283.
The market rules firm and prices aro
steady with an upward tendency. Quota
tions of to-day aro -tOf in bulk and C'-'c In
lacks. Sales wer 1 car in bulk oji tracki
'Cc; 1 car In sscks dollvcrtd, llv, '! cars in
bulk on trutV, -ICc; 2 car in sacks deliv
ered, Ho ; cars In bulk on track, 40c, '1
cars in sacks delivered, til; 3 cars in sacks
delivered, HQOie; 1 car in bulk oc track,
Tbe demand is limited, but prices hold
firm and unchanged. ('Moled, 'J 70, to
day, in round lots.
Sales were, 100 bbls 8 D, 3 IS; 100 bbls
S D, 3 70; too bolt 1C I), a 76.
11 It AN
Dull. Tho lupply tillering is small and
tho demand is generally In a rmnll way
We note sales of 1 car in sniks delivered
Receipts for thu past few days have
beon largely in excesi of tho deuintid, and
siocxt are accumulating A largo part
of tho supply on hund, Is beojming darn
aged by ttm hot weather.
Sales wero, ICOO lbs choice Northern, 'JS
to 2U; 11 plcgs choice Sjiithurn Illinoi
22; 600 lbs choleu Southern Illinois, i0
M; oOOlbs fair Northern, 2:i; !IOO lbs
good Northern, 21; 2 pkgs choice North
orn, 20; 10 pails cholca Southern Illinois,
I'lenty, uuu and lower. The stock on
hand is damaged oy tho boat, f resh ru-
ceipls sold to-day nt 8c. Wo rioto sties
of 300 dozen 10c; U00 do.jn fresh, ship
per 'rt count, 7c ; '250 dezen fresh, (jo.
Tho market is overstocked and drag
ging. rrices aro lower and sales k.o
limited lo 2 coops youug at 2 '.'.r; C
coops young at 1 60; 25 dozen young,
1 00'" 00.
Apples, peaches nnd grapot aro plonty,
but tbe demand is small aud pricos nro
hardly quotable. We nolo alo9 of a few
boxes lemoiia at 12 00,
There is hi little doing In thn Tcgatublo
line that It Is impossible to makd quota
tlono. The only transactions wo have to
report is salos of 30 bushel boxes putatuos
at f 1 00 por box.
There Is conndorablo inquiry for
imokod moat and lard, and Kale would
) aotive, but thorn Ii noneollVring.
EltLEUS TO HI PATMBNH, AND THE
Genekal Puiilic, Oiiketino. I very
respectfully solicit a continuance of tho
favor of my patron and invito the pat
ronage of tho public, but I wish old
patrons and transiont patrons to distinctly
understand that 1 work for money and
not becauso of a philanthropic deslro to
shoo und boot my fullow m on without
money and without prlco, and that, thore
foro, if ony old patron or now patron,
desiring shoes or boots, has not tho pecu
niary ability to pay for tho work ordered
whon done, he Is requested to pan on to
jmo other shuomakor. I want no old
patrons or now pslrons who will not pay
Those who nre willing to pay will find it
to their interest to patronize ine, because
1 keop on hund thn but of stock, do tho
host of work, glvo tho best of flu and
work for tho lowest of prices.
Twentieth Street, betweon Poplar and
Fine Gun. Rrocch loader, Rebound
ins; Lock, Laminated Stool Rarrols with
latest Improvements. On exhibition and
for tulo, at Honry' Hardware Storo
corner Commercial avenuo and Eighth
Many who aro suffering from tho ellocW
of tho warm wcAlhor nnd are dohllltnlod
nro advised by physicians lo tako modor
alo nmounU of whlskv two or throo
lime during tho day. Inn littlo whllo
thoso who adopt this advlco frequently In
crcnio tho number of "drinks," and In
tlmo bocomo coafirtnod Inebriates, A
bovorngo that will not create thirst for in
toxicating liquor!, nnd which is Intended
especially Icr tho benefit of debilitated
parsons, whothor nt home or nbroad, Is Dr.
Schonck'i Soa Weed Tonic, Containing
tho Julcos ol many modlclnal horbs, this
preparation does not crcnto nri
appetlto for thu Intoxicating cup,
Tho nourishing and tho life
supporting pnportlcs of many valuabln
natural pioductions contained In It and
well-known lo medical men, havu n most
atrouglhening Inlluonco. A single botttn
of tho Tonio will domonilralo it value
nblo qualities. For debility arising from
sickness, overexertion or any causo what,
over, ii wine gtaridul of Sea Weed Tunio
taken nflu r meals will strengthen tint
stomach and croalo an nppotito for whole
some food. To all who are about leaving
tholr homes, wo dceiro lo say that thn ox
collont tiled of Dr. Schonck's Voaionnbla
romodtes, Sea Weed Tonic and Mandrako
Pills, nro particularly uvi lont whon taken
by thoio who are Injuriously alleetod by
a chango of water and diet. No person
should lenvu home without taking a sup
.ply of thoso safeguards nlong For sale
by all druggists.
OnO AN RUILDINO EsTAIILISMKNT
Wo tako pleasure In stating that wo bavo
in Cairo an ostablibment which few cities
of its il.o can boast if. .Mr. Max
Kuehno, corner of Thirteenth and Wal
nut streets, has just completed nchurili
organ for tho German Lutheran chur Ii
on Thirteenth street, which is pronounce 1,
by parties that understand orgnn mi.n.,
grand success. Air. Kuchnu Is
an organ builder by trade, nr. 1
ha tervol nn apprenticeship rt soven
yoars with ono of tho best organ buil.lu.M
in Europo. Ho Intend to dovolo nil his
time to orgnn building and meludcon
piano tuning. Tho pooplo ot Cairo Imvu i
often boon disappointed by parties ccmlng
horo and claiming to bo competent mi.ti
In tunicg and repairing, that Mr
Kuehno did noldaro to ask tho patron
age of tho people boforo ho r'uid givj
proof of what ho could do. All referee o
he gives Is tbo organ built by him f r thu
Gorman Lutheran church, nnd any pari! a
Interested will aftor teeing and hearing
tho above named organ, feel satisfied that
t icy ctnnot trust their instru
ments to bettor hands than tils.
He now wishes to solicit lliu patronag f
the cilia ins of Cairo, and they can r t
assured that ho will give satisfaction in
every particular. Terms liberal
II. W. .Ml U.Kit, Prcldnf.t,
.1. M. I'llll.l.ll', Vli-i- Preside nl,
CIIAS. CUNNIMillAM. ,t i.itr
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLV MADK
KXCIIANfli:,-,!n,lmiik urn u! I fn'cd
MMei securities bought nnd cdd
Interest ullovud on time (!r.oilt
THE CITY .NATIONAL
W. P. HA U.IDA V. PrCkldelil;
HIINItYI.. HAU.IDAV, Vliel'rold. I
A. H.-SAI'I UltD, u.uhl. r;
WALTER IIVSl.OP, A-1-d.iul laclilcr.
Kl'AA'Ift TAV1.0II, It. II. I UNNIM.IIAM
H. L. 1I.U.I.II-AV, W. 1. llAI.I.IIMV.
G. D. Williamson, mki'iikn llinn,
A. is. .Saitohd.
ExcIiiuikp, Coin nnd I'lillcd Slnlivi
llonils Rough! mid .Sold.
DEPOSITS refulveil'iiuil a ge neral iiunkui -liii-lni'
KNTJ'JUIM.ISH SAVINI.'S HANK
CIIARTi:iti:it MARCH III, INI!!)
OITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. II. KAPFOIID, Problem s
H S.TAYI.Ull, Vleo-Pleildeiil-
II. II Vtil.OP, becreliiry nnd Treasurer.
P. M. Raiiclav, ('has. (Ialioiikii,
I'. -M. SlOUKKLKTII, PAI'LG. SCIII ,
II. 11. OUNNINdllAM. II. I,. llAI.LIIMt.
.1. M. I'llll.l.lis.
INTKItK.yi' iialil on iluiiohllu m ilu i .i..
ql six per cent, per annum, Mai i li 1st ami
rjcptriiiber 1st. Interest mil wliliilmtvii It
llildeil lumedhitclv tn lliu m Im ln ,1 ,r ilm
deposits', thereb) gUlng them compomiH
MAHIIIl:ll WOMEN AND (.'II1L1IUKN MAY
JII'.l'OalT MONEY AND NO ONE El.tU
CAN IlltAW IT,
Oiiiiii errv buslliesie duv from 0 u. m. in :i
p. in., and Salt;. day evenings lor ha lugs de
posits only, liom (1 to 8 o'clock,
V. Jt)Si.ur, treasurer.
A man internum; to do biininess mutt uvm
prepare hlni'ell to meet tho reqiilremuiits
of his euvloiuerHt next he must lot everv
Kiisllilu or proranio ciisiiuncr know (hat hu
s so nrenari'il, luuvcry siimll nlnrn in.
may tiii.l nil tint peoplo what lm e'aii do. In
u Urge vlllaKon printed handbill, poster or
circular, iniiiiiirly distributed, will ho nltlsii.
clous, bill WHOIIVKIl IS IN A I'LACH LAIU1K
l,.MM'lill li nuiTUU l A WKWbPArKK WILL
I INIUHAI IT1H Till! CHUAl'KHT linmm
IHIIOTIill WHICH IO AIlliitL-hSTHi: 1'UIILIC.
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