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AHCAUIN I.OlHiK, NO. M.
KniphU of Pythias, mw t erery Fri
day night at half-punt avan, in Mit-
trlhiwa IUII. llnwa,
OAI.KXANDRR IXHMJE, NO art.
liMtrpewlntt Onler or Odd IYI
Inwa inert arn-y itiurlar night
at half pant Often, in tUeir hall on
i.nimrii ial avi'iuir, hetwavn Hlxth and Seventh
W'O-M Ch I, ami, N U
MAIKO r.NCAMPMKKT, I. O. O. f. . tnet-la
ym or rpllowa' Hull nn It flralan.l third
I i,.Ia in rrty month, at haif-paot aeven
.fan II Uomumah, C 1
A CAIIlul UIM.K, NO.?37,A.r. A. M.
r Hold ri sulnr comniiinicatiuna in Mi
Mine Hull, corner t -oimnerclid avenue
' ' and KiKhlli alr.it, on the ar.on.1 anil
'.iiiilh aiimilar ol each month.
J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Ale x.tudcr county land, I'airo lot",
f siliange for St. I.onii rojfify.
I lie -) t ri liall of Hip "I'dot ' lioii-e at
IOI! 1'hN T.
I.oIUh on Sixth street near a li
Cottsgenn Ki'lilli "lrci-1 near WhI
IMellinr, comer Itwiily loui id ho. I
FirM floor of liirk dwelling coiner
NinctainUi hi id I'orilar l reels.
Cnttajre 011 Fonrlli Street, lielwcen
'oinnierciul anil Washington avenue.
-Cottage on Ninth Street, weM of Wnl
Cottage on Fourteenth '-In i t, tvext
of Wahintfton avenue, $11
Saloon ami fixture, soMlhwct corn
er Kiglitcenlli atrcct and tominorci.il
iv. hup, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, vvef ol
,'omuiercial avenue, flu.
Dwelling hou; on Iron atrect, we
nl Washington avenue.
llusinc.lioue on I.evce alrcet, tdmvf
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
tr-et, war Couiiucrcr.il avenue.
.Store room 011 Commercial avenue,
iv xl to Wuvcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage f 4 room on Twcnty-third
trcct, $0. flood yard ai,il cistern.
iool dwelling house on Walnut, lie
twecn Twenty-second ami Twenty-tli'r'l
tri-. l. ilo.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplar utrceta, jlJ 5n.
Store room adjoining ttliovc,
Mouse on Coinmi n.ial avenue, near
1'jth tit reel. Siiitnljle for biiaini -s aul
Tenements iiiiinU-reil 8 ami U,
Winter's Kow. A room each for 10
i-r month. Will le jiut In flrt-cla
Dwelling houe on Sixth tree and
lert'ertion avenue $10.
Orphan Aylum building and jireiui
. IN-nt low, to a good tenant.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a tnonlh.
FtooniH in varlou artn ol the eily.
FOK LKASKUK SAI.K.
I.aiid-i, in traet to ult, near Cairo,
-.Meii'ii jiood suil only at ulu-
(. Iiiili.lli d uil i'l line lill Siol
l.iillii" and liy i;ilit of the latest
-1 will le Mild ut n saerlliii", hlo
r,i w-i- in roui lion, at
Sol.l.Mi.N' f'Al.l ita'-.
I i.' and lilt 0111 meirinl avenue.
!' three ,loll;iM for a niee white
M.ir'ille" suit, i (ml, jaiit and wt. A
nne riik alpui it oat only ii UK .le tn-i
P .iit xijly w"i cfhH a fair. ar
Sni oms- I'Alif IK v'l,
142 and 141 ornnien ial avenue.
1 he eheajieyt lot ol loot and -hm"
can always he found at Soloiimii I'arei
1:1' . A la lie' line riot li he'e '-hoi', kid
1 1 01, t, only $1 ; nun's hroi'mi. only $1 ;
iui n'l line UtoM only i2.'K
Fif'y ilo.-n l.:ik tan I'loin live
.eliU nn to twenty live i ent fV,r I he he-1:
1H0 a iii-e iaruol only t weniy-live rents
a jiieee. .Vi n t I sold U'foro the sea: on
1- ov r. Blue and inl. r-:e h rilihon-: only
Jifteru iriiH it yuid, at Solomon 1'a
iiira. 'i'hrre ii.iir 1 ulie ,' ho-.e fr I i nly
ne rent", three .uiis 1 hil.lieiiH' hoe
only twenty-rive eent . l.adiP".' Mororro
"a hel only lifty ivnM, woi Ih one 1I0I
I'tr ; and evi-rythiug el-:e in proportion
eanalwuv e louud at Sidomon I'arei-
'J' .ike the Atehi-oii, ToN-ka nd Santa
l e railroad, thu new and popular line
lioiu Atehi on nml Kaiia'' City, via the
loautiful Aikansa.i valley, to t'uehlo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
t ueharu', IK I Norte, Santa IV u 1 1 1 all
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Seeial round trip '.til day tiek
ets to Ih -nver on sale May 15th, at $."(),
taking in the famnu watering pliii'os on
the D. i 15. . road. Low emigrant
rates to the San .luan mine.
Cullman pslaro sleeping ear between
the Missouri river and the. Koeky Moun
tains without ehange. Close ennneelions
jnade at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depot. For map, time table
.and the "San Juan guide," adddress,
T. .. Amu h.o,
Hen. I'as. Agt.ToiH.ka, Kan.
A ton. 1 l.MiiiiUry.
It i now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishment in the city, and land
lord of hotels and boarding houses w 111
liud it to their advantage to call upon
her. J hr price are as lollow : Hotel
and lioardiiig-lioiisc washing 75 cents
per dozen. For pieee work prices are as
lollow: Single shirt and collar, 15e; per
dozen, 80c; sock, fic ; two collars, 5e;
I wo haudkerchiefs, fie; vest, 20e; and
all gentlemen' wear, S(k-. jwr dozen.
Ladie plain calico dree, 2!ie; calico
.licssi- with extra trimmings, ,Mc; white
dresses, $ 1 25c ; ladie' underware, tine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-2:i-ti.
A UrMud kurt-eaa.
The Charter Oak Stove In our kitchen
I a grand success, the best stove we have
ever used, and we cheerfully recommend
It with a clear conscience, know lug we do
our Mend and neighbors a taror who are
looking for a first-class stove. 7-0-wit.
KOH fillKMr r.
W arr Kiittiorlrwl to announc JOHN II.
Kol'.ISsiiN a a raniliila'r for Mhrri of At!
aii'lrr rmiiity, al thf cuminir rnnotjr Hrrtlnn.
Wp are milh(irirl loannmuirp that It. A. K'l
iiiiiiiilrinn Is an linlciM'iKli iit IU)iiihiiraii i'unilt
ilnir tor Mii-iilf, al the mmiiiiK l oiinlT rlH'tiim.
arr autliori.i il toahnotinn' I'KTKIC SAt'P,
for an lnleieni.'nt lanilnUte fur Sheriff (if Al
p amler county , at I hp eimiiiiiK n,unly ehition.
R41M Or AtVIHriNIK.
I f-AII liilln for a-lveriiinK, air J up ami ay
ahlc in aiv ami a
Traimirnt adveitiiiiK Will he InatrtrJ at th
latp of tl "0 ixrujiibia for the firal inherlion
and ' tvnti for earh iil(e.iupnt one A lilwral
iliarount will lie maile on KtandinK aii'l dinpl
For ihiirtuiK Kuntial notiee f-1 ' Nolueol
rr.retini! of to letien or aprret onlera renu for
ea li iiiM'ition
Chimb, Society, Ke.'tiral ami ,Ku.er noliipa
Will only bp insertp.l at alTprtiapnieli(a
No a lrpr1if npiil will be received at lean lhaa
A riit, and no ailveitipemeot will I inserted
for Ipi than thiee dollar! per mr,nth
T.or.ai Buaineaa Notlcaa, of
tan Una or mora, Inarte4
In tba Bulletin aa follow a :
Uouimacc Counting tt ten Linaa
Ont Insertion per line 8 Oente
Two losertlona per line 7 Oente
Three ineertiona per line 10 Oenta
8tz lnaertlone per Una 16 Oenta
Two week per line 6 Cent
One month per line 36 Centa
No Haduction will be Luade in above
Fill DAY. .ll'LY 7. Is70.
Itrnl Weather Kftari.
:aihO, III., July ". 1C
Tina IUh. 1
I a m. :n ih i
rt , :, ICiear.l
SV k 1 fair,
s t h 1 llo
i a mks Watson,
f-iri-int. Signal heric. I'. . A.
Itrail lire v Hie.
A good wa-h woman can liud em
ploym f id by applying ut Ri 1 1 niN'oflWe
Must le a good wahcr.
CATTi.r. I tin 1.1. ! '.
I'arties haing eaitle to h-ed ran jiiir
chaH' the la-it ol tli-tillery slop at tin
Viro ili-till ry, at five cent xr barrel
(i-2:t-3v II. Scut ltz, Prop'r.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
three room and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
I elta House, Cairo. tl-2-H-tf.
J. IiKOKCK MFIMIOfiK
on Kighth street, tw o door from Aiex
amler onnty Bank, i the place to get a
I ash ion able hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything cle in the barber line. La
die' and children' hair cut or lreed,
eillu r at II. e kIiuji or their homes.
loo III a 1 Mi.
lh dliellei's Patent Lightning Uecipro
1 aling F.gg Heater, sweet ream, cu-tard
w hip and frost ing maker. Premium egg
beater rd ls7l,and the t?t i-i thfwoi l l
Forale by Cha. W. Ilend. rM.n, general
dealer iii stove, tm and hollow wan
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. C-27-liil
I I Allim aI rl.SMNOS.
At the store room of 1 . Korh, on
1 oiniiien ial avenue. No. , below Sixth
-trei f, may be lound a lull assortment of
leather and finding ; alo a lare Mock
of bt. Louis custom made I toot and
'hoes, lie also keep on hand a good as
sortment of lioots, shoe.', etc.. ol hi
own make. Hoot and shoe made to
order of lir-l class mateiial and satisfae'
lion fuaranlved. t;-J4 If
I I Mil.
"Keep your vet on," and call al Louis
iilattau's, on Light street. No. 2.1. It
mat tor - not how hot you are, a glas of
Louis' ice cold lager, will immediately
cool you' oil ; and hi fraud ' hot
lunch in the moiuing at!', and cold lunch
at ! p.m., i really too good to"-give
away. i t. Louis imites hi liiends ami
the public generally to come, eat, drink
and be merry. Don't lorget the place,
Bub her' and f Hover' Kxchaiige, No.
"23 F.i.dilh street, liet ween Commercial
and Washington avenue. ti-:f si
Dr. Smith ha removed his orlice to
room S and )i, Winter' block. Knlrance
"n Seventh ssreet.
Thirty Ihoiisaml fust received 'at ih
l!l I I r IIV olllee.
Linen tibre, plate llni-h, letter and note
pajH rat the Bru ms ofllce. Blue and
cream laid, U'low St. Louis price.
Tlte Binder .
Having purchased the Cairo I ity Bind
ery from Mr. lluel, I have sold an inter
est in it to Ambrose Pyatt, a young man
who is a skillful liook-binder and in
every way worthy ot the public conll
dence. llo will herealtcr have charge of
the bindery and Its business, and 1 be
speak for him a liberal share of the pat
ronage of Cairo. John. II. Oheri.y.
July 1st, 1S7C.
Itlwawlullun tf 'o-lrueral4p.
Cairo, 111., June 30, ls7(i.
The Unit of Lynch & Howley, real es
tate agent is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent, M. J. Howley retiring. The
business of the late firm will be continu
ed by Jacob (i. Lynch, who will pay all
debt. of the late llrm and w ho is author
ized to collect all outstanding debt.
Jacoh O. Lvxcn,
MlCIIAr.L.L How I KY.
In retiring from the Arm of Lynch &
Howley, 1 would repettlully solicit for
Mr. Lynch a continuance of the patron
age so generously liestowed on the late
firm. Michael J, llov . ey,
Caile ha gone out f I h livery
at able biHinrs. V
The city eoum il nu t last night. Our
reporter had bunine with the young l.
ludge Bros will or will not give
Judgment in the delinquent tax matter
to day. Objection lia ineu made to the
railroad taxed, and many strong point
have been made, but how the judge will
decide no K-rson ha .N-eu abb' to lind
We have nuiehased I lock Well A Co.'s
iJciiii-A rriirniiur tlx lure", and are now
or will lie a soon a we gel the stuft
moved -prepared to Irame all kind 01
picture. If you have work of this kind
to do hi lug it toil, because we are an
orphan and need work.
Mr. C 11. Woodward, writing to Mr.
lame Johnson sweets to the sweet
Irom Philadelphia, advi ies him to slay
away from thai cntciinial city, miles he
I desirous of irciarinir lor a residence
in the region In-low. From I hi we inter
(hat Philadelphia is hot. But if C. It.
had liecn In Cairo yesterday, he would
have sought the region below for the
purpo.'e ol cooling ott.
Auibro'-e W. Pyatt, the young man
w ho is now in charge ol the ( airo 'ity
Book Bindery, I an excellent workman
is industrious and prompt in the execu
tion of all order. He 1 entitled to and
should receive the patronage ol Cairo.
He will guarantee his work. If it doe
not pleae hi patron, they need not ac
cept it. But all the work he may do,
will pleac will give the utmo-t satis
faction. Several companies ol Tildcii Sweeper
are being organized in the city. Yester
day Jesse Mahaffey, Mile Parker and
Billy William got a large numlier of
name.' tor their companies, and last night
took the first step in the direction of a
complete organization. These Sweeper
will go to work in the most earnest man
ner, and make Cairo howl before the
election with Tildeu and Hendricks en
thusiasm. Judge Baker yesterday ovcrnled the
motion lor a new trial in the c,tse of Rev.
Mr. Caldwell convicted of perjury and
sentenced to one year'. imprisonment in
the penitentiary. The judge could do
nothing elc ; but there i in our mind no
doubt that thi man i the victim ot a
conspiracy a deep and damnable con
spiracy. A petition for hi pardon,
signed by the bet men ol our city
regardles ol politic, will be sent to the
The Sun say liev. Fred. L. Thomson
didn't talk at the Sunday school conven
tion on Wednesday night. Well he told
11 he Intended 10, and our fellow guessed
that he would, taking this infor
mation a sutllcient. But, alter all
t l' - a - - w riht belore
we go ahead, ami herealtcr our guesser
w ill lie require 1 to know. We think he
will. We may be mistaken however.
He i s a relation of our, and everybody
knows ou can't Ix t on relations.
We call the attention of our bu-iue
men to the fact, that it is. their duty to
patron ie their home paper. Cairo i al
most too small 10 support a daily paper,
and will not unless our tuiue?8 men
give ailverti-ing patronage. We have
puhliahed the Bri i.r.uv at our ow n ex
pense for several months, and are becom
ing anvioii to have our citizen help u
out with advertising patronage. Call In
Burnett the next time you see him pass
ing your place of business and give him a
halt-column ad. He is a lazy tellow. but
he will Ik indu-trioiH enough to feci
good a oiteu as any person does thi to
The Sumlsy school convention that
concluded it labor yesterday, at the
Methodlnt church, the weather being
very hot and the Sunday school energy of
the Sunday school people being at a dis
count, waa a very successful convention,
considering the heat. We remember
when a Sunday school pupil w e didn't
like to go to school ; but we are now sat-i.-iied
we might have leen a not letter
man than we are if we had stayed away.
If we were a boy again and we wMi we
were we would go to Sunday school ol
ten, and not do a the rude boy ot 'airo
do, vex the hearls of men like Old Daddy
Davis, by playing ba-e ball and drinking
beer, and other thing of that kind too
numerous to mention.
Yesterday we kept regaling the few
temarks made by Hamlet wheu he w as
disgusted with the hasty marriage of hi
atlcctionate mamma "Oh! that thi too,
too solid tlesh would melt, thaw and re
solve itsell into a dew, or that the Al
mighty had not set hi canon 'gainst
self-slaughter." There was no sense In
living yesterday. The man who didn't
die wa a born tool. Hot? Why, that
was no name for it. About noon a little
pond of feipe water nc.ir the custom house
began to boil, and boiled 'away in less
than ten minute. Alter the water dis
appears boiled llsh were louud on the
ground, one of them a most beautiful
6altx-uiackerel. A cow was lound near
the court house, in the middle ot the
street, barbecued ; and a little
jackass, 011 it. way to the Sun office,
011 its way home fell lit a swoon and
when last heard Irom was lu danger of
passing in it braying check. The only
thing that kept cool wa lager beer and
the Bi 1 It I IN- ofllce.
The municipal government sea 1 now
un vexed by a wavelet even. It U a calm
asanatiouai banker contemplating the
dividend the J ranger swear he real
izes. Mayor Winter has smoothed Ids
wrinkled front, and now, lnteud of
mounting Jewett Wilcox and putting the
spurs into that Alderman's side, he
capers nimble In hU pleasant tin shop to
the laclvlous pleasing ol a jewsharp.
I lie now ainiles upon Alderman ilalilday,
and nnnlarnied observe that gentleman
putting ;' Cushlng' Manuel into
hi coat tall pocket. Without
quailing the .Mayor conlront the
large and Icrocioti Alderman
Hittcnhoiise, and hobnob wilh all the
other stubborn Members ot the board.
tu hi old ngo lie. 1 growing a gentle a
a lamb, and If be doe not soon have a
backet Will beat his plow shear Into a
pruning hook and cat straw like an ox. lu
short, the millennium ha come, and
Jack I the 1 hiel angel of it, nml with his
tin trumpet I blowing peace and good
will to Tom and all the other municipal
statesmen who have crossed hi path
with light lu their wrathful mein anil
blood in their eve.
Two till at the flanler' House to do
chamber and dining-room work. 7 C '.it
Mr. W. II. Morris, we regret to hear,
ha leeii confined to hi bed for several
days with a severe attacked apoplexy.
Thi" popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
jtrcet arid Washington avenue, la open to
the public. 1 he bill I supplied With
pure wines, choice Ihjuoi ami the lines I
brand of clfar.
:-2f A. Krai'., Proprietor.
Poor Near Dongoln. Illinois, June
ISth, Evan XV. . sou of Clen. B. andAda
line A. Poor, aged one year and eight
month". Thl 1 the second time that
death ha entered this iamily since their
departure from Cairo in Angutlast, they
having lost their Interesting little daugh
ter Ada, in DecctnlT laf, nged four
I have thi day soli! my livery stable,
horses, buggies, etc., to Louis Thorn
who will take possession to-morrow, and
continue the business as usual at the old
stand. I will tie at the stable for a few
day to overee the business aid get the
new ownerjbroke into the harness, and
settle all claims. A. J.Cari .f,
July (i, 170.
Ilou'l Forget It.
llcuicmlier, everybody, that the line
steamer Idlewildjwill make a moonlight
excursion trip to Columbus on to-morrow
evening. There will lie line music,
dancing and retreshncnts, and fun and
enjoyment for all wlo tako ptrt. Thi
Is the first moonliglt excursion of the
season, and it will no doubt be a big suc
cess. Sol. Silver will furnish ticket to
all who wish them at ne dollar each.
The Til den itnw ll'udrlck' Inb.
The organization ofa Tilden and Hen
dricks club in thi citj was effected with
out much difficulty. (11 fact, everybody
wanted to join the rinks, and up to five
o'clock Iat evening,more than one hun
dred and lifty persois had enrolled their
name. There wa to be a meeting of
the members at the ArgnaJonrnul oilice
lat night, at which a tuliattendance wa
exrierieii, to make piv.cuuon lor a
grand opening blow-out.
Ambrose Brown, a colored watcr is.it
diiver, complained to ihe ollie,i yester
day morning that .lease Beol, alo a
colored man, had made an iault on
him, for which he wished Jesse punished
A warrant wa made out by Jidge Bird
and Je"-e wa arraigned lefore the
tribunal of Justice, and given a hearing
After hearing tlie evidence, Jidge Bird
lined the prisoner ten dollars md cost.,
and sent him to the lockup tor seven
day in delimit of payment.
Another Great lloul.
Cha. K. Iceland, proprietor f the pop
ular I h ie yan House at Albany, and the
arUtocratle Clarendon Hotel tf Saratoga,
ha recently opened the new and magnili
cent Kossruore, ol New York City. The
Hossmore i conducted in Leland'a best
style and at popular prices. It I conven
iently located, being on Broadway, 42d
Street, and th Avenue, but three block
west ot Grand Central IVpot, near tie
Elevated KailroaJ; twenty mimtesfrom
Wall street, and ol easy acces'to all pail
of the city.
Captain Fred. Davis vho ha been
sojourning in Chicago for sme week, 1
in the city.
Mr. Thoma W. Haielay and I'uui
iiy lott thl city for Green lay, Michigan,
Mr. Charles Saup.cditoiof the Ballard
Sewi, was In the city yesterday. He tells
us that Blandville made big success of
her celebration on the Fourth. A num
ber of Cairo people vereln attendance,
a wa also a large ercwd from Paducah
and the surrounding ountry.
The Pev. Fred. U. Thompson, form
erly pastor of the Cairo Methodist
church, wa in atteiukuce at the Sunday
School Convention hcU in this city on
Wednesday and yesterday. The Rev
gentlemau, while here, w as the guest of
Captain and Mrs. G. I. Williamson. He
l looking exceedingly well, aud we ate
pleased to hear, wa never In better
All persons having bills against Ihe
Hibernian Fire Co. relating to the 4th o
July celebration, will please present then
to A. Susanka for settlement iinmedi
Flliveent, at Wilder' Ciall. iy.
a 01 .
The stockholder of the Flint National
Bank are hereby notified to meet at Uiv
otttee, Cairo, 111., at teu o'clock, a. in., Sat-
uraay, July, l&tu, ik.o, cioae up tue i
fair 01 fuid hauk. It. II. CTnninoham,
Cairo, ., Thurnlay Evening 1
July 0, 170. I
There ha been verj' little business
lranacted since la,t Monday. Tuesday
being Ihe fourth, and a our people were
struck very forcibly with the imiwirlrtiiee
of a big display of patriotism, nearly all
the store and commission house were
locd, ntid proprietor., clerk and all
made of it a grand gala day. Wednesday
served principally to get everybody oyer
the effect ol the previous day's dissipa
tion, and as a eonseiuenee, wa another
day of quiet and dryness in busines.q dr
The weather since Monday has been
very pleasant, with the exception of
Wednesday morning, when a shower ot
rain which lasted two or three hour vis
ited us. The river are lining very
The Hour market has liecn very ijuiet.
Ottering of new wheat flour have lieen
made, but refused by merchant', a ma
jority of whom have large stocks manu
factured of old wheat on hand. The
market I again overstocked with hay.
Ihe demand I very light, there Is a
very good supply ot corn, with a moder
ately fair demand. Choice while in
sack I held firm at Ml cent.
41 cent I the ruling figure for white in
bulk. There Is a fair demand for good
oats, with a well supplied maiket. Meal
i in good supply at the mills, but coun
try In the hand ol merchant I scarce.
There Is not, however, much demand for
the latter, while city i still" at $- 2.".
Country I quoted at $2 Bran is dull
and plenty. There i an active demand
for choice packed butter, which i scarce,
at from 11 to H cents. Common butter
is plenty ami very slow sale. There is a
good demand for fresh egg at OlOc.
There is very little poultry in the market,
and the demand for choice young chick
ens i very good, .small fruit are in
good demand, at price last quoted.
jbHTOiir friend should bear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually for
sale from lirst hand in round lot. In
lilling order aud tor broken lots It I
necessary to charge nn advance over
these figures. "ia
Stock are full. The demand is very
light. Sale reported were ll.i bbl vr
rious grade, city, $3 7."(uS .10; 50 bbl
XXX, winter, $170; GO bbl XXX
$5 ,V); 200 bbl varlou grades, $:i flOcJ)
fi r.0 ; 100 bbl various grade, $4(0,0 2:,.
The market i overstocked with all
kind of hay, from choice to poorest
grades. The demand is very liglit. e
note the sale of 1 car mixed. $10 ; I
c;ood Timothy. $14.
Thi market is well supplied. The de
mand is fair at prices quoted. Sales w ere
1 car white in bulk, 44c ; 2 cars white iu
sack, Wlc ; 1 car white in bulk, 4 lc ; 1 car
white iu sacks, S0e ; 2 car w lute in sack
delivered at point below, 4Sc.
Oat are iu good supply. 1 lie demand
i fair for good. We note the sale of 1
f ir mi ved ill sack. ;i4c . 1 car Galena, in
bulk on track, ::c
The mill are well supplied. Country
L in fair supply for the demand, which
n lii.ht. Citv i. held firm. We note the
saleot 10u bairelsiity. ii 25. Country
i selling iu broken lot at i i '.
There I a good supply ot bran at
milD. The demand i very Tight,
note the sale of 350 sacks, $10 fill.
Choice packed butter I in good
mand. Common i plenty and very dull.
We note the sale of :lo0 pound Southern
Illinois. 12ru,14e: 200 pounds choice
Southern Illinois, 10c.
Fresh egg are iu good demand. W
note the sale of 400 dozen, lU H'.
No sales ol poultry were reported.
Ihe demand lor good young chicken i
aciive. There are none iu the market.
SMALL FBI ITS.
There is a very good demand for black
aud red raspberries, and currant at
prices quoted In the last issue. No sales
w ere reported for this issue.
HIDES AND FI RS.
Fi lei Beaver No. 1 tl M; No. 2
jl Ml; No. :i$l; No. 4 Mle. Otter No.
ISO; No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 7.'ie; No. 3 Me;
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 1 10c. Skunk-No.
I 8.V) Kb. 2 line; No. J :i0c; No. 4 l.V.
Fox -Gray-No. 1 f 1 ; No. 2 7-V ; No. 3
Me; red lox No. 1 l ; No. 2 "'c.
Opossum No. 1 10e; No. 2 8c; No. 3
5c. Muskrat-No. 1 20c ; No. 2 l.re ; No.
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4 f 1. Wolf Mountain -No. 1
$2 CO; No. 2 $1 73 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 7V;,
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 23; No. 2 30c,
Wild i at 23e. House ( 'ut lis-. B i Iger ,
Siitfci' Pn.r Green 75e f.V $1 23 ; dry
40fi; two phearings 10 i 20c.
We quote salt i 11 car load lot. $1 M ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 130 bbl, $1 W).
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut. $2; delivered car
load per Urn. lump, f 3 CO; nut, $2 73;
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 ; nut
3 23; Ramn or Ilarrlsburg coal on
track per load, lump, $27 ; uut, $10; de
livered per; ton, $3 W ; Pittsburg coal
ear loads on track. $3 60 per ton : single
not, delivered, f 0.
i lia lust chance for good acru'iiltural iauU on
TKH YKAKM' t'Mk'WIT, al bix rta CtNT. iUtrrt-Hl.
I'un'l ruu anv n.k. but go to a eouulrr tuat liaa
lw.11 proved to l good, hrml your aildiv by
rioHtal card te lain! Com'r B. M. K. K ..
Burlington. Iowa, and rwriT fre roi.y tr Iowa
and Kebraiika r ariuT. a itU liarl of lauda. and
ow round li iii rate. S-jn-mni.
W AM likl AKlMkir. lllMt FtKrnnr.
.Inly l l7H
LOW WATIM CIIANfllt.
rr. 1.. rr in
:il "l "vT
4 . 7 11 x
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a."tiv 1 Me
V i kilmrir
llel'IW llll'll wntfrrif l"74
.I AMKS WAl'MtlN,
Mt-nrrant, Signal .Hei ii, r. .s. .
Steamer Jim Fi -U, Paducah.
Polar Star, below.
" Cherokee, barge, 1 iin innali.
" City Vii ksbuig, 'icksburg.
K. M. Norton, tow, St. Louis,
mi ki 1. 11.
Steamer Jim Fi-k. Pailm ah.
Polar Star, St. Louis.
" 1 herokee, barge. New Orleans.
City or Vlckstmrg, St. Loui .
. " E. M. Norton, tow. St. Loni.
I he gauge la"t evening marked III
lii-t 0 inches, Thp rise Irom the previous
evening wa f inches. The weather is
clear and pleasant. Business very jiii. t.
The Jim. Fisk.Capt. Matt. Williams
in command, clerk ( litT Arnaut, I the
packet due from Paducah this evening.
The E, M. Norton came duw 11 from
St. Loui yesterday, and returned to that
port with three barges ol Malt.
The City of Viekburg pa -fed up
wilh a good trip from Yiik-.burg and
Memphis for St. Loin. She dichai ',eil J
here 450 bales of cotton lor the eat.
The Jim. Flsk had .111 excellent trip
from Paducah. including :;i hhiR tobacco
for New Orleans.
Gov. Tilden and Gov. Hayes, alias
Ed. Thoma of the Idlewild, and Malt,
William of the Jim. Fisk, done the city
together yesterday. and paid their respects
to the Bru.r.TiN. Ed. Thoma wn here
making arangemenl. for a grand moon
light excursion, to tuke place on the la
mou Idlewild from thi city to Colum
bus, Kenlueky, Saturday night. He in
vited the Silver Cornet baud the be
band hi Southern Illinois to accompany
the parly, aud the member of the windy
organization accepted wilh a bland smile
aud low liow. A glorious good time is
looked for by the pleasure lovers ol ibis
The work of completing Ihe Robert
E. Lee 1 being pushed forward rapidly.
Captain Cannon is here and sees that the
work goes on steadily.
The Polar Star paed up lor St.
Loui Wednesday night.
The Cherokee came down to this
port yesterday morning loaded flat, she
also had a barge which she left, here to
be towed to St. Loui.
I he boat due from St. Loui to-day
are the Grand Republic, Capt. Willium
Thorwcgan, for New Orleans; Sic. Gen.
evleve, Vlckbnrg, with Capt. George
Yickrs iu command; John D. Rhodes.
Cincinnati and Pittsburg, and Ihe fire
and barges for New I trie an.
4 eiileuulul Kcuiiifiiii.
Wih, of course, wish 10 pe nil Hie MvliK
1 oiiifoi lanly undiheaply. loil.n I the
CANADA SOI TMKBN K'Y COMPANV
har, tbrouyh Us cuiiucetioui in toe We-t
mid Northwest, placed ou !. a lare
nuinber of ToLiusTs' Kxci'KaioN I iokeis
at f really reduced rates, by wnii U pa-ist-u-lrcis
eau nut onl visit tlie fiitciuiial K. -hlbitiiili
at rinliiJol.Llu, but ran, ill addit
ion, u-it the priiicipul canern cities, w ith an
oppuilunity of -loppiiig at aoy ot the gient
nu.nticr oi luuoin ictoit 111 New oik
and Pcun-ylvaiiia. Ta CANADA Sul' I'H
F.liS is the only line Irom the W est i uiiriin4
directly to Niagara Falls, civinj pussen
ger. Irom the train, a wonJertuI panoramic
view of the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HOH.SRSUOF. FALL, tlia GUKAT
It A I'l DS, and lauding them directly at the
Fulls. The track of the CANADA KH'TH-
tlcN ia an air hue, laid with steel rail of
the heaviest pattern ; tlmre are no rui vct
or grade; wood is ued for fuel; Coaches
aielumiihcd with the Wiuchell latut
N'eiitiUtor, eiisuiing pietect irrcitoiu Iroiu
dust. Willi its complete y.teiii of uu;;uir
eVnt PAKI.OIt .SLFEl'INO AND DUaW
ING ROOM CAKS Iroiu CHICAGO.
DKTIMMT AND I'ul.F.DO, uud Us admir
able eiinuectioiii at NIAGARA I Al.l
AND lU'FF.M.O with the NEW VoltK
CF.NTRAL AND FKIK KAII.WAY, Hie
CanrdA iSoutbern is last becoming the
F A O It I 1 1". LI N K l 1 TUK LAST. Tic Uln
via this popular hue cau he procured at all
Otlwc! of onneetlUg lilies, or hi the f.lu"
pall) 'sown otlices
Aoy iiii'oriuatiou can he obt.diicd by sot
dresnug FKANK L. SNtiM ,
Uen'l Puii. and Ticket Ag't. DaiRoir.
Junction of Broadway, ?tb Avku aud
NEW YORK CITY.
Three block west of t.rau 1 (Yutral liepot
nar the Klevuleil Kiilroad, and hut twen
ty minute from Wall Street. All modern
iuiprovenieut. Kate $4 per day. I. lit
eral term tol'utiiaho.
CHAS. E. LHLAND, ?ropriotor
Ot Delevan Houm-, Alouuy, N. i.,aud
Clarendon Hotel, Saratoga. 7-7-d liu.
Tin' follow inir is lac roii.lilioo of I lie AltAtln
ih r County Uuuk nn .inly "d, isvi.i
UilU reeeivahle $',! I ;7
Hue from liHiiks il.O"' 'si
i ash on llaiiil - i;i,'.'l i
IHilill and l-ariiiline .',,mi in
r l'ler, 'luxes, etc -, I--" !
t aplml aincL, fsj.miO ii'i. U'ai'l i) J .,oo i
IllllU.llD., ' i .T"' '1
r.aii.iiius :. "-
I'l.Ull ami U.
V- IthiiS, l'ivi.lelil.
II. H I I.1.S, taliier.
SubM'nUd mi. I I.W..IO 10 U i.ne iur. a Nn.iaiy
I'nhlic in and l',.r the County ul Alt-xaudcr,
till July Ul. 1b;c
, Sont da any
I lit auy p4i .
Lm 11 iilci rwt autoiuf au4 aiU tunijr ) -a
ii.u.v AOJri... .,
ai. iau.a AvirUa'g fc fU f l M
4 H. OFISLV. A. t. PTATt.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
V. W, X?VATa ja CO.,
HINDERS ANh IJMNIv HOOK
BulUtiu Bulldlucr, Cor. Ttralfth Htrt
and WaalUortun Afnut,
If I oin.lv and lultroail Work a fiiffialtv
On th PaUtUl St.iner
J-D. k. THOMAS,
To Columbus and Return,
Sixty Evening, k) Sih, 187C-
lliHll. ctmi l. lHc.ua ate iiiicr Idlewild,
v i'l, nt ihe s li. iluiionof uiioiy of our peo
ple, tniikc a niooDlicht exrurion irlp to
i oIiiiiiIiih and return on Saturday evening.
Hip th of Inly. An excrbent ttrlrnT band
will he on lin;(ni and furnish mu-fe for
ilaiii itijr, a'i.1 an enjoy aide time l g jnran
teed. I n'l,i 11 lor the round trip rau he
l ad ly appl) ior to Sol Silver.
M V.N It.
City National Bank
W ! If VI.MHAY. rresl.tent.
III.NUY I. II AI.I.IllAV, VicrPmt.
A H S VKKJIMI, AHliiif.
WAI.TKH llV.I.ol'. Aan'l (ailiier.
MHI ricifts :
. ."TAAi- Tavlob, If. It. CnaMnoiiAM,
II I.. 11 U.LI OA , VV. I'. llALIIUAV,
li. I Williamson. SripntN Unto,
A . U. tUFFOIII',
blxehaugo, Coin and United States
Uonda Bought and Sold.
Kl'iislTH reeeiviil ami a frenenil hauklng
K V.roi, ri-iih r.t II. Wellu, Cnhiir.
I'. N il. V ice I'ivh'i. 1. I. Kr-nh, A act. afeh'r
C01 t.ti CouiuiercUl Ava and bth 8trat,
I'ri.-i, t iiiiii. Wm. Klue, aiiu.
Niii.iitiio. Wm U ..ir.-, I uir.i.
' -iisuiika, t uiio i: I . lliloiif'-U-y , -l t.ouia
Im. I. r, 1 atr.i H. W elU, uiiu.
t II ill lllkllmll, ' I. I.dllia,
1 t.ciicnil H.111I. Ing iluwiiteaa Itonc.
1 1" v. huio'i' "ol. I iii.d li.jij.'l,i Inteust pui.l
u (li. siivnii.'- li. .iuiiin i,i i ull(vooi, male,
lid ul I lm .mi's-. ,i,,iu,tly alli-n U'.i to.
CHARTERED MARCH ttl, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A H SAfKUUU. I'n-.ijJrnt
s S TAVIaiH, Vice I'rraidrnt
W . liVSl.oi', tii-c'V ami TreaJunt.
f.W. 11. HI LAV. I us Ualiuuh,
C. M ,..( RH.llll. I'AI'i. G fal Htll,
It. 11 t INN1N.U1 Ail . It 1. ilAl.i-IOAV,
I . Si I'llllXIH.
IN f tKKST i.aid on de).osiu at tbe rate ol tu
iTfiit iirraununi, Alurcb 1st aut Saptem
ki Ut lnirval uot w iliulrawu u wultJ iuiOin
linitly to the priaciiml ul' ihe dcpouiM, llu teLy
in. llii m ciuioiiu l 111I1 real.
If an ied Women and CMldrdn may
Uepubit Money and no ona
tilde can draw it.
ii.iitury l.usiueaiiilay liomOa ni. to 1 p iu.
aJ Saturday tvciiiuj i.ix saviiifa drpoaiit, oiay
luiu b 10 i o'i lu. k
W. H7SI,0P. Tra&aurar.
MT. CARBON(BIg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
i.on, or in hogabeada, for shipment
promptly attended to.
yTo large consumera and all
3ranu.factu.rera, we are prepared
;o supply any quantity, by the
nontli or year, at uniform rated.
CAIRO CITT COIL COafFAJfT.
niUlUday Bro Uoc, No. 70 Ohliilrta)
I Vllulti.lay llro 'a woart'bual.
I -At tyuliau Milla, or
LfAt lur toal luaii, foot of TaotT-Kiblk
I fl'iwt OUioa Drawer. m
rpto "Weebljr Hulleliai."
fl.V.V per yer, u44u prepaid, lu ay addiM
BXT AM) ( HEAI'EST
t'aper piiMiHa-! in liouljiera Jlliaoi.