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AJlCAf-ON LODOK, NO. 61.
Knight of Pythias, hMb every Frl
da sight at half-past mn, IB Odd-
tVllow' 1UU. Hoti,
ALKXAHDHB LOTMJK, NO. 124.
I ml ri lent umer 01 CMU-f ei-
! low. meets every Thursday night
r at half-past sereu, la their hall on
joiamerrial avenue, betwsrn (tilth and Heventu
mi ibm i. ami, n u
YVIllO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.. meets
Viu Odd-Fellows 1UI1 on Ibe Bret and third
I ip-Uty in eveiy month, at naif-pant seven
Jwo U Uw, C P
A CAIHOLOUGK. NO. 137, A. F. A. M.
ctLr Hold regular eotnmuiiiostions in Ma-xnnc-
Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' and Eighth street, on the second and
.'oiinh Moudav of esr.li month.
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column!
Alexander county land, Cairo lots,
exchange for !-t. Louis projierty.
The south hall of the "Pilot"' house at
Good two story brick torc room on
Commercial avenue between Eleventh
A nice brick residence on Sixth be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nue. Cottage on Sixt) stnt-t mar Wash
Cottage on Lightli staeet near Wal
Dwelling, corner Twenty-fourth and
1 1 ol brook avenue.
Flrfct floor of brick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and roplar street.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
.'otuniercial anil Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth strtet, act
id Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures, aonthweat orn-
r Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, wft ol
ointnereial avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cro street, wes
r( Washington avenue.
Business houo on Ixjvce street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
-trett, near Commerciul avenue.
SUre room on Commerciul avenue,
text to Waverly hotel, $ 10.
Cottage of 4 reotas on Twenty-third
street, Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling home on Walnut, Ik
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
1'oplar street, $12 fJ.
Store room adjoining above,
lloue on Commercial avenue, near
Itith street. Suitable for business and
Tenements nuinUred H and 0,
Winter's Itow, fi rooms each for $10
tier month. Will te put In MrM-cIa
Dwelling house on Sixth etrect and
lefl'erson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
se. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
llooms In various parts) ot the city.
VOll LEASE OK SALE.
LandH, In tracts to eult, near Cairo.
UottiK ! lisnMi or wioriMlu.
Take the AtchUou, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, tho new and popular line
lrun AU bison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Fueblo,
Colorado Spring", Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, Del Norte, Santa Fe and all
ooints in Colorado, New Mexico end
Arizona. Special round trip !0 day tick
ets" to Denver on gale May l.")th. at $.V),
taking In the famous watering places on
the D. ii II. '. road. Low emigrant
rates to the Sun .Iiun mine!).
rullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the Uocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union dcooU. For mans, time tables
and the "San .luan guide," adddress,
T. J. Axdkrson,
Gen. 1'as. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
DHiH-r at the IIi i.i.ktin olfire. Blue and
ream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
K, r. Kuukel'i Bitter Wlut of Irou
has never been known to fall in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; lndis
Dosktion to exertiou. loss of memory, dltli-
cultv of breutbing. jjeDerul weakness, horror
t.f disease, weak, uervous trembling, dread
ful borrorof death. Uil-'ht sweats, cold feet,
wvakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ol the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp-
toiiui, not bands, flakbiog of tus no3j, ur
ness of tbe skin, pallid countenat c-e and
eruptloui on tbe face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot the eyelids,
lieouent black spots tHlmr before tbe eyes
with temporary tuflislon and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel'i liitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails, 'thousands are now
tnioving health who have used it. Take
f.niv K. V. Kuukers.
Hewara of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Hunkers inner me or iron u
so well known all over the country, drm?
L'Uts themselves make an Imitation aud try
to palm H on on tneir cuauiiuvrs, uru mj
. all for Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkei's Hitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in l bottles, aud has g yellow wrapper
nirely put on the outside with the pro-
nrtetor's IihotOL'raoh on the 'wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on tbe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for $5. bold by druggists and
tie alcrs everywnsre.
ALL WOBM3 REMOVED ALIVE,
E. V. Kunkei's Worm Hyrup never falls
to destroy Pin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tbe only successful physician
who removes Taps Worm in two hours
ulivA. with head, and no fee Until removed.
Common sense teaches that if Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
deatroved. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel, No. 'if9 North Ninth street, philadel-
Phis, Ts.. or call on your druggist god W
for g bottU of Kunkei's Worm Syrup.
Price, ILW. It mlalls.
FOR IIF.HI P.
We are authorized to announce JOHN II.
H"!!l.sON aa a candidate fur Miens' of Alex
ander count)', at tlx- comlug count j flu-lion.
We are authorized to announce that It. A. Ed-
iminilHon Is an indriM-ndrut Keimbllran candi
date lor sheriff, at the enduing- roiintT elec-tion.
We are authorized to announce f'F.TKK 9 At'P,
for an Indenendent candidate for sheriff of Al
exander county, at the ensuing county election.
RATER r ADVCRTININU.
UA1I bills for adTertisins, are due and y-
able in autancb
Trannient alvrrtiiin(? will be inserted at th
rate of II W ier square for the first Insertion
and V cents for each subsequent one A liberal
iliwaunt will be made on standing and did
Kor insortinr Funeral notice ! M Notice of
roeetlnn of societies or secret orders 50 cents for
Cburcb, Society, Testlval and Hupper noticea
will only be inserted aa adrertisements
No adTertiseiuent will be receive.1 at lest than
SO cents, and-no advertisement will tie inserted
for UsMthan three dollars ir month
, Local Bnalseas Motlcaa, of
tan llnea or more. Insert aa
In the BulUtln aa follows :
OommeBte Counting- at ten Llnea.
Ona insertion per line ft Cents
Two Insertions per Ilea 7 Cents
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents
Six Insertions per 11ns IB Cents
Two weeks per Una . 26 Cents
Ona month per Una ..35 Cents
No Reduction will be made In above
The Bi 1 litis priulius;
Ps-J establishment makes i
tsV specislty of Hill Hewls
Note Ilee-la, tetter Heads,
Mtateraents, Cards, Ktc Ixok at these iricet
Small size bill brads, per l'-O i
Medium size bill bls, per tliouonil 3 7
All on fourteen pound ier, Carlisle mills,
rated two cents per pound bibber than paper
used by any other olui ruled to order at the
mills especially for this olUce
btatemenu, Carlysle, per )"ou 3 '
lietter Heads, Carlysle, per l1"' 4 V
.Note lliwls, Carlyxle, per l"Wi .. 3 ou
oiitinK cams per iiai-auge 7.'c
Rusines carda, No. 1 Vply Hristol boart,
per i"uu ii m io s
II us i iu card No 1 blank, per !" a it)
(Juarter-Hheet, tislrsbeet, lull-sheet and three
hert posters, and colored work Ix-low t lus
Fainpblet, BiKjk Work and Trice Lists made
Fill DA V. JULY 14. 1TC
laral Weiatber stepttrt.
T a m.
Har. I .Tub.
VI oio I
11 " .
fergeant. Signal trvloe. I'. S. A.
Thirty thousand Jut rec ivel Jat the
lit i.i.kiin ofllee.
Dr. Stuith ba.s removed his olllce to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Entrance
on Seventh ssrect.
ParaaoU and dnbrellaa Hepaired.
Fctcr lliddic, repairer of parasols and
umbrellas, has his shop at Casino Saloon,
on tlghth street, wncre lie win repair
articles left with him iu lirht-class style,
at the very lowest prices. Satisfaction
given or no pay demanded. 7-'J-7t
W AS! kl.
A i;ood wa--ri w oman can luul em-
ploy m ctit by applying at Bi 1 1 k i in dlt-e
Must 1h a good washer.
tiiiu! CAiTi.i. ! !
rattles having cattle to leea can pur
chase the 1cst ol distillery slop at the
Cairo distillery, nt five cents per barrel.
6-i'Mw II. Si hi Frop'r.
KOOMS TO i:f..nt.
A neat cottage on Third street, w ith
three rooms and Summer kitchen; also
two rooms on came street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. C2x-if.
Kedliell'er's Patent Lightning Hecipro-
eating Egg Ucatcr, sweet cream, custard.
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater ol 1S74, and the bent in the tuW,
For sale by Cha. W. Henderson, general
dealer In etoves, tin and hollow warm
Commercial avenue, comer of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. C-27-lm
J. liKOKUK SfKINHOrSK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hulr cut or a smooth shave,
or anythitig else in the barber line. La
dles' and children' hair cut or lrnsd.
either at the shop or their homes,
I EATltl H AND FINDINGS.
At the store room of C Koch, ou
Commercial avenue, No. 00, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
Bhoes. He also keeps ou hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of bis
own make. Boots and shoes made to
order of first-class material and satisfac
tion guaranteed. ft-24-tf
A No. 1 Laundry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be-
tween Washington and Commercial ave.
nues, lias one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing "5 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, l&c ; per
dozen, 80c ; socks, Be ; two collars, 5c
two haudkerchlefs, Qc ; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, COc ; wldte
dresaM 2Bo; Lvdles' underware, fine
and coarse, fl 00 per dozn. 1-23-ti.
Caiao, III., July 13, I7G
I Wind, j Vbl. I Wcath.
;, SW ; 6 I Fair.
sS ! 1 4 t do
i. sW i s do
K t Cloii'ly
Improving- tna Siroet.
'i'hn work of Improving Twentieth
street, we understand, Is to be begun In
a few days.
A Ilea and Baaket r artery.
We learn that Mr. Messier, late super
intendent of the box and basket factory,
is about to open a like Institution In
lla-e ball ku this section has about played
nut, but the railroad club of Bird's 1'oint
will come to Cairo on Sunday, and play
a picked nine on the grounds at the' f,xt
of Eighth street.
(icorge Stelnhouse has received his
new patent chairs. They are beauties, and
George knows how to handle them.
There is nothinxr like them this side ot
f'Hjr Orrilnanre lor Nttl.
We have at the Kl llktix office a num
ber ol extra copies ol the revised ordi
nances, well bound, which we will sell at
one dollar icr copy. Call early as there
l only a lew of them left.
Thin popular naloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars
3-25-tf A. Kkai s, Proprietor.
The Invincible will meet at the Argus-
Jvurnnl office this evening for the pur
pose ol eftVcting a permanent organiza
tion. We understand that the company
is to numlx-r one hundred men, and that
the organization will Immediately go to
That Bare led Cable.
Mr. McKinsey, ol St. Louis, superin
Wudent of telegraph for the St. Louis,
Iron Mountain and Southern railroad. Is
In the city. Mr. McKinsey will imme
diately begin the repairing of the cable of
Unit road, running from Bird's Point to
this city, across the Mississippi river.
which broke a few davs since.
( bnllel Mortgage Rale.
1 w ill sell on Monday, the 17th of July,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., ot said day, at the
store house of Josenh Smith, under a
chattel mortgage, one Vogal &. Hughes'
organ, large size. For particulars en
quire of John Hooan, Constable.
t-uae-ral of Thomas Xaugbtoa.
1 tie ninerei oi i nomas augnum
which took place yesterday afternoon,
was very largelv attended. St. Patrick's
Benevolent Society, of which organiza-
ion the deceased vas an active member.
were in attendance in full uniform, aud
accompanied the remains to their laet rest-
Officer tjladney yesterday arrested a
gentleman named Elijah Coleman, tori
assaulting and striking another gentle
man. Elijah was arraigned before
Judge Bird, who after duly weighing the
evidence in the case, assessed a line ol
live dollars and costs against him, which
be paid and w as discharged.
A grand ball will be given by Michael
Galvin. at his new house, corner of
I'wtnty-fifth and Poplar streets, Satur
day .tight, July l."th. Admission, titty
cents per couple.
Mic h Alii. M Donai i,
ll Plt'llsRI) Marnh i.,
The Tildeti and Hendricks Sweepers
to the number of one hundred nnd fifty,
met at the Argu.t-Juurnol cilice on Wed
nesday night tor the purpose ot perman
ently organizing. The meeting was call
ed to order by the chairman, Thomas
Wilson, and the minutes of the previous
meeting read by the secretary. The com
mittee on iwrmaneut organization then
reported through Judge Green, and on
motion, the following permanent olHcers
were elected : President, Hon. Thomas
Wilson; vice-president. Judge Fredoline
Bross; secretary. William Ouiucy Me'
Gee; treasurer, William M. Williams.
On motion the treasurer and secretary
were instructed to procure the names of
all Democrats in the city as members ot
the club. The meeting then adjourned
to meet on Tuesday evening, the 18th
Immediately atter the adjournment of
the club, Company A held a meeting, at
w hich the follow ing permanent officers
Jesse McIIallle, captain: Mile W. Par
ker, Urtt lieutenant; W. II. Howe, sec.
ond lieutenant; Henry Stout, orderly
sargeut; Herman Levy, first duty sar-
Mr. Fred Gilbert and family are vis
iting the father of Mr. Gilbert, at St
Mr. W, W. Kcnnear, assistant super
iutendent of the Keokuk Northern line
of steamboats, was at the St. Charles
yesterday. Captain Kcnnear's residence
is in St. L3uis.
Mr. J. L. Isaacs, of St. Louis, a noted
steamboat cabin painter and decorator,
is In tho city. Mr. Isaacs has the contract
for giving tho Robert E. Leu's cabin the
finishing touches. He is registered at the
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday were : C. W, Dunn,
St. Louis; M. J arret t, Chicago; M. B.
Pierce, Cleveland, Ohio; K. Payson Por
ter, Chicago; J. W. Woodrufl", St. Louis,
W. G. llagclrlgg, Cincinnati; J. S. C.
Regan, Hickman; John A. Nicely and
Joseph Gefl'ord, St. Louis.
Miss Martha Hughitt and sister, of
Chicago, arrived In this city yesterday
alternoon. They are visiting at the resi
dence of Captain W, P. Halliday.
Mr. Z. P. Mathuss, took his depar
ture for Chicago yesterday afternoon.
TneOrdlaaiiee lvylog an assess
ing- rasas for in s,nrrea tiaeal
The following ordinance was reported
to the city council at Its meeting Tues-
Uay, July 11th, 1870, by the Ordinance
Committee;, and on motion of Aldetman
Italliday, was referred to the Finance
Committee, with instructions to recom
mend amounts necessary to till the
The said ordinance not having been
published wiih the proceedings ol taid
meeting, I Mow published at length, in
nccordnnce with the requirements ol
Section 4, Impter 2, Ivlcd Ordinan
ces: OKPINAM F. NO.
An ordinance levying and assessing taxes
for the current fiscal year.
He it ordained by tbe city council of the
city ot Cairo :
Section 1. That the sum of .
thousand dollars (f ) is hereby levied
and assessed for corporate purposes upon
the real and personal property witiiin ttie
city of Cairo, subject to taxation, as the
samfj is assessed for State and county
purposes for the current year.
Sf.c. 2. 1 he mayor and city clerk ot
said city of Cairo, are hereby directed to
certify to the county clerk of Alexander
county, Illinois, on or ociore tbe second
Tuesday in August, A. D. 1876, that the
city of Cairo requirr-s the sum ol
thousand dollar to be raised by taxation
for tbe current i ear, ana tbe city clerk Is
further directed to file with said county
clerk or Alexander county on or beiore
the said second Tuesday of August, A.D.
18G, a certified copy of tins ordinance.
Sf.c. J. V henever the county clerk ot
said Alexander county hat extended the
tax above levied for the city of Cairo
upon the couuty collector's book, for the
current year. It shall be the duty of the
city clerk to ascertain the exact amount
so extended and charge tne same upon
his books to said collector, and to credit
the said collector w ith the sum or sums
ho klinll from timp tn tiinp raV the citV
treasurei on account of said tax. Provided,
the city clerk shah not credit the said
collector w ith any abatements or forfeit
ures of said tax uitll the same have been
examined and allowed by the city coun
cil : but it shall b the duty ot the city
clerk to obtain from the said collector a
statement of any abatements and forfeit
ures, and present the same for approval
to ttie city council.
Sice. 4. it shall tK the duty ol the city
treasurer whenever the county collector
shall from time to tunc pay over to said
treasurer any city taxes above levied, to
apportion and apply the same to the sev
eral funds of the city named below in
proportion to th.'ir respectivo amounts
as roliow s:
To the general iatcrest fund $
To the Fox, Hovard & Co. inter
est fund t. - -
To the fund for faying outstand
ing interest Ufaring city war
rants To the new leveestreet levee fund..
To the general find
Estimated to over
Provided thatanv portion ol the sum
of $ abovt intended to cover abate
ments, forfeitures, etc., if collected, shall
be placed in the general funds.
.Ias.W. hri ART, i ity cierK.
The Ureal Railroad Flgbt-rares Be.
dured-A Public Beneul.
Never in the innals ol railroad history
lias there bees so great inducements
offered to carry our p;jople eastward at
rates next to nothing. Every patriotic
Individual of our forty millions have,
within the last year, encouraged them
selves with the hope of visiting our great
National Exhibition in Philadelphia, the
immensity of which makes hope
brighter and faith stronger in the per
petual existence and future ol our
Gtcat Republic. The gathering of ten
millions ol our country people iu tbe
rand legendary old city of Philadelphia
and the viewing ol the traditional hall of
our first congress, the old btll that raug
out our independence, the spot w herein
our firm forefathers indited that Instru
ment which forever declared us tin
shackled and a free people, the broad,
graphic Delaware, rich in history ol our
struggling ancestors and everything
that could tend to awaken a feeling ot
reverence and inspire awe is embodied
within the limi:s ot that sacred, dear old
city. The prominent revolutionary
events, which transpired over a century
ago, are being livid over again, nnd the
rising generation,relrcshcd by the history
of oursuffering.bravejandjplucky patriots
The momentout affain ol our country's
baptism in blood is now most filly com
menioratc-d by the vast concourse of all
nations who chcer'ully lend their aid iu
celebrating most ptoperly in Philadelphia
the peace and prosperity which lias been
brought about within a century. Then
let us celebrate. Vhe magnificent Ft
Wayne & Pennsylvania Railway Centen
nial tickets are on lale everywhere, and
this is the only lne which runs its
Sleeping Coaches, Hotel Cars, and
Drawing-room Palacis without change,
to their new Centennial Depot,, on
the Centennial grounds. It must lie re
membered that board ng can be procured
at from one dollar to live dollars per day,
in Philadelphia and some of the largest
and most cotiplt-te hotels in the world
are within tie minute walk ol the
grounds. Tlu Great Fort Wayne and
Pennsylvania lave hundreds of new and
elegant coachu constructed purposely
for the Centeniial, and are prepared to
run, additionalto their three Centennial
daily trains, vhen required, to accom
modate the mutitude. The schedule
has been so arnnged as to make direct
connections atall railway junctions.
About 3 o'cocw yesterday afternoon a
very distresshg accident occurred at the
residence of jur loreman, Mr, W. F,
Schuckcrs. little Robert Morris-, son of
Mr, Jas. Morrs of Ulliu. who has been
visiting his friuids here lor several days,
was playinir moot a rutrblo-toi) table,
when by soire means lie upturned the
fcihln. n fiiavv marble ton i Minsr.
edgewise am with its full weight,
striking tho lltletellow across the bridge
01 tne nose, c iuuui mo uono aim one
crwise Injuriig the poor child's face
Dr. Smith was called and dressed tbe
wounds, and save It as his opiuiou that
though the child's injuries are severe
and painful, hey were not dangerous.
CtvisEO ordinances ucw edition for
sale at the Bulletin effloe,
Caiko, 111., Thursday Evening)
July 13, 1876.
The markets generally, since our last
Issue, have shown mucl more activity
than for some time previous. The weath
er has been unsettled, rain having fallen
every day. To-day It U cloudy, with a
light brt?ew blowing. The rivers are
falling at the rate ol about one inch per
The flour market has been much more
active since Monday than H was lor the
three or four days previous to the time
ol the last Issue ol the Prite CSirrmt.
Since then many of the mills throughout
tho country which send their Hour to
this market, have "shut down" for re
pairs, previous to beginning the grinding
of the new crop. In consequence of this
fact, stocks here have begun to diminish,
but tbe supply is yet very good, as to the
lower grades, but choice flour in the
hands ot merchants, is in limited quanti
ties, while the demand is very fair
There has been no perceptible change in
hay. There is a considerable overstock
of all grudes, and the demand amounts to
Transaction in corn have been pretty
lively and the market U in a good state for
shippers. The demand is active. Oats
are in good supply and very dull.
Meal nnd bacon are quiet and Inactive.
City steam dried is selling nt $2.35; coun
try meal Is held at $2.2.1.
Choice butter is scarce and in good de
mand. Common is plenty and very dull.
Fresb eggs are in good demand. Poultry
Is scarce. The demand for good young
chickens is active.
Small fruits are iu fir demand. The
price on red raspberries has declined to
?2.7.'k3.0O per crate.
ISaJ-Our friends should liear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually lor
sales from first hand' in round lots. In
filling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
these figures. "&g
Choice Hour is in fair demand, and in
limited supply. Common and low grades
are plenty and dull. We note the sale
of 250 barrels various grades city $3 "'
8 50; 100 barrels winter XXX, $4 25;
100 barrels good XXX, $5 25; 100 bar
rels various grades, $4 25(0 60 ; 200 bar
rels various grades, $3 00(7i0 50; 200 bar
rels low grade, $3 25 ; 200 barrels various
grades, $4 00,G 50.
Hay is plenty and very dull. We
note the sale of 1 car good Timothy, $12.
There h a good demand for corn, with
a limited supply. We note the sale of
2 cars while mixed In bulk, 45c ; 2 cars
w hite mixed in bulk, 40c ; 2 cars mixed
In bulk, 44c ; 2 cars white in sacks, 50c ;
4 cars white in sacks, delivered below,
Oats are iu good supply and dull. We
note the sale of 150 sacks mixed, 3t',c; 2
cars Gabna in sacks, 3Cc; 2 cars Galena
in bulk, 3Gc.
Meal Is in good supply and quiet. We
uote the sale of 2 cars city, $2.30; coun
try is held at $2.25.
We note the sale of 350 sacks bran at
Choice butter is scarce. The demand
is good. Common is plenty and dull.
We note the sale of 3 pkgs Southern Illi
nois, l l(u,loc ; 10 packages Southern I Hi
nois, luCadCjo ; 300 lbs Southern Illinois,
10c; 200 lbs good Northern. 15(5 20e.
rreMicggs are in demand. We note
the sale ol 300 doz. 9(3 10c.
Choice chickens are in good demand
e uote tne sale ot u ao.en young
chickens, $2 75 ; 2 dozen young chick
ens, $2 50.
We note the sale of 8 crates red rasp
berries, $3 ; 4 crates Law ton blackberries,
$1 502 00.
HIDES AND FURS.
Fi ns Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3 $1 ; No. 4 50e. Otter No,
l$G;No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50c;
No. 4 10c Raccoon No. 1 70o : No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
1 jc -o. 2 wjc ; P.O. j 3uc; xo. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50c ; red lox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c,
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8c; No. 3,
5c. Muskrat No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10 ; No. 2 $7No. 3
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf-Mountain No.
$2 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;.
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $ 1 25 ; No. 2 COc,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cat 10c. na-iger
Sheep Pelts Green 75c $1 25 ; dry
40 90c shearings 10 20c.
We quote salt in car load lots, $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We noto
the sale of 250 bbls, $1 50.
We quote Taradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 ; nut
$3 25; Kauni or Harrisburg coal on
track per load, lump, $27; uut, $1C; de
livered per ton, $3 60 ; Pittsburg coal
car loads on track, $3 50 per ton ; single
not, delivered, $0.
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Why can I not Forget Clarible
Far O'er the Wtvw May lath
Uujrb Life Walls Strauss
IKiwn where the Violets Grow WesU-rue
When Old J reason had his lay Western
The Urand Old Farm..... Ruble
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lisberi,.-&6 Third AYt-ou N. T. --4 m.
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Cairo si 1" 2
l'ittslarr . .1 S n 3
Cincinnati M 11 11 1
lodisTille.. J 2 o 4
Kasbelllo 4 S .o 1
St. Louis ?; 1 o ;
Kransrllle 9 1; ij
Memphis 24 s 3
VirksbinK , 3 o xo 1
New Ol leans ft : Xil 1
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t AMES WATSON,
SWgeaot, Sifc-nal service, r. s. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Grand Tower, Vicksburg.
Cons Millar, Memphis.
T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Grand Tower, 3t. Louis.
44 Con j Millar, Cincinnati.
44 T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
The James Fisk leaves at five o'clock
prompt this evening for Paducah.
Pilot William MaCollough left via the
Illinois Central train yesterday alternoon
for Cincinnati, where he expects to pick
up a Job.
1 lie 1. f. Hillman came down from
.ashvtnc Willi a good trip. Her cargo
consisted of IS sugar kettles for the
South, the largest of which weighs 1,800
pounds, 119 pacKages of iron lor San
Francisco ; 9 hogsheads ol tobacco for
New Orleans, and 25 pnekagrs ol mer
chandise lor Vicksburg.
The Grand Tower passed up at seven
o clock yesterday morning w ith a light
The Cons Millar had a verv light
trip tor Cincinnati.
The Iron Mountain goe to St. Louis
The dredge boat lately managed by
Captain Fred Davis, is still here w aiting
to be towed to St. Louis.
Captain Dunlap, of tlie Iron Moun
tain, took his departure from this city by
rail yesterday, for Chicago.
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BEST AND CIIEATEST
Tajier published in Southern Illinois.
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'THEKN K'Y COMPANY
has, through its connections in tne West
and Northwest, placed on sale a lanie
number of Tourists' K.vcvnsios Tu kkts
at ere ally reduced rates, by which passen
gers can not only visit the Centennial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, In addit
ion, visit the principal eastern cities, wiih an
opportunity of stopping at any ol the (;reat
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CAN A DA Mil' 111
F.KN Is the only Hoe front the west running
directly to Niagara Foils, givimt pssst ti
gers, from tbe trsin, a wonderful panoramic
view ol the MIGHTY CATARACT,
IIOKSE SnOE FALL, tho tiUKAT
HAI'IDS, and landing them directly at the
Falls. The track of tbe CAN ADA SOU I H
EHN U an air line, laid with steel rails of
the heaviest pattern ; there ure no curves
or grades; wood is used for fuel; Coaches
are furnished with tbe Wiuehell Patent
Ventilator, ensurir g ptefect frjedoui from
dust. Wi'h its complete yteiii of uuinif
centPAKLOtt SL.KEPINU AND DRAW
ING ROOM CARS from tlllCAGO.
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, itn.l its admir
able connections at NIAGARA Fal.LS
AND HCFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, tbe
Canada Southern is fat becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO TUE EAT. Tit Lets
via this popular line cin be procured at alj
offices of connecting lines, or at the com
pany's own ollices.
Any information on be obtained by r.d
dressing F R A N K E. S N l) W,
Gen'l Pss. a m! Ticket Ae't. Dktoit.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advances made on Consignments. Ab
stracts ot Titles made, tleu eyances and
Collections altendfld to.
Attention to bu-iness, and Remittances
Aurllou ShIis Kvery Nnliinliiy
St. Charles Hotel,
mss mm n ku iss times
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 34 Floor 2 00 FsrSay
Spselal Rates by Wssk or Month.
A limited number of very dfidrahle family
rooms can be secured at n-afonahle rates tor th
i he ht. Charles is tlie largest and beat an'
dtlolise in Southern Illinois, and Is tiir
hotel iu Cairo. Xotttldi.tandin t'
Kot:k" reiiuction iu prices, the tab'
ususl, be liberally supplied wiih I'
of everything that can be found iu 1
Fine Wire samp's rooms for cor
elers. on grouud floor, free of ch
l-f-All haxKaKeof guests cou'
tin- hold without ehuige
Beicina It 3:th
numbers 21, Me
ou Ubla. T
Iu till Their lHinr,iiiens
Commencing Kay 1st, 1870.
Rich Black Silks
The Mo8t Crlehrstrd Lyons Looms,
At ftl 35 RMuced from 1 no,
At g no Keducwl irom Ml -,
At Hi 75 licdncm from C8
At S OO tteiluretl from 2 .V),
Phil Cclcrcd id F&ncy Silks
At OOP Keduced from I 13.
At Ol OO Kwhl.w-d Iron l 2.
At l li. Keilncod from fl 00.
At l 50 l.Y.lu.-.-.! Irom fl Ml
mm wumi ih :?.;:: :::::
is Camel's Hair, Cheviots, and lainivee, Rc
durcd to 7"i, , wo cents $1. from HS'i,
l .'-0, $1 nnd f i
Popular Dress Goods
Id New and Fahliioniible Fabrics and Colors, ot
12c Reduced from llcj
IHc Hi-duced from 2.Vi;
32c Reduced from .tOc;
2.1c lifliK-4-J from 37c:
3ic, Former price iMc to ftftc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At lol) and $12;'., Formerly Sold at
T and $2 11.
ml Scirlst Stella Sh'ls
At $3S, $li and
Reduced from $"0, t'Ki and $s"-,
LLiE OTTOMAN & SHEILAS '.H.V"L",
At fl toi- Reduced Irom! to ..
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latent l'aris styles from 10 I'ti-VHrd. iru-brai-liiK
the", hoicent Movvllie at
Ladies' and Childrons Underwear
An Immense -Licit of Most Beautiful and
All at Very Great Reduction.
La Jieo', Children's and Gentlemen'
The Rest English, French ami Herman U-.odi,
All Muikvu ul Lowest 1'ossible l uce.
Are thoroughly stocked with the bet
ootids, at thuljwest package prices, llcau
I i ful American prints at .V. and tic. per
yard; standard 4 4 Mi-ached goods at 10c;
Lniidle tshi. tint's at loc ; New York
Mills, l-JJe.; and .V4 diet tins at Wti'.
Iu all the Various Grades, atBarguius.