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A CAIROLObOK.KO.Sff.A.r. A A. II.
4 If Hold regular eoaunuaioaUons. In Ms
)U tonic Hsll, conwr Conumrclal trnui
' 'and Klahta itnet, oa the snow) anil
onrth Mondsr of sack anoata .
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
exchange for yt. Louin projtcrty.
The south hull of the "Pilot" bonne at
-Good two iitory brick store room on
Commercial avenue between Eleventh
i -A nloe brb k residence on Sixth be
tween Commercial nd Washington ave
nues. C'otUe on Sixth street near Wash
-Cottage on Eighth atrcet mar Wal
Dwelling, corner Twinljr lnurtli and
tlol brook 'avenue.
First Hoar of brick dwelling comer
Nineteenth and I'oplar streets.
Cottage on' Fourth Street, between
'ommercial and Wahlngtou avenue.
CottAge on NliftJi Street, west of Wal
nut street. 1
CottAge on Fourteenth trut, acst
of Washington aveuuctIll
.Saloon and tlx tares, aoottiwi'st corn
er Eighteenth street ani Commercial
tvenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, w-t ol
.'ouitnercial avenue, $10. '
Dwelling huse on Cros tliii l, we
of Waithingtou avenue. ,
l$iiinoKS house on lvee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avi-uuc,
u xt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
im l, 6. Good yard and cistern.
Uood dwelling house ou Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplar StreeU, $12 GO.
8tone room adjoining above, $x.
l!oue on Commercial avenue, near
l!Kh street. Suitable fur businegs and
t welling, f 15.
Tenement numbered 8 and ft,
Winter's How, 5 roouu each for $10
er month. Will 1 put In tlrst-class
Dwelling houe on Sixth street and
leflerson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
cs. Itent low, to a good tenutt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
Rooms In various part ot the city.
FOK LLA8K OU SALE.
Land, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
tsa l. lit VdmnMUi f llriu
Ly tlic Alt lii-on, ToM-ka and Santa Fe
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kan'a- City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colra
do Pprlugs, rM Norte, Trinidad. Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado. New
ilexico and Arizona. Special round
ti i ti. lets to Denver, only $50, allowing
top-T)0 privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Springs,
Manitou aud Pike's l'eak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Tullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the .Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tion made at Pueblo with train for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables aud the "San
Juan Guide,'' addres.
T. J. Andi.kson,
(it n. Puss. Ayt.,
7-ltf Toi-iks, Kax.
Hmw T Make Maaey.
We w ill state tbst tb sursst, bent and
seediest wsy to "uiultiiily aud iuv-eane"
i. to call at No. I'i Wall ftireet, Mew Yuik,
aud eunfult wtiti Alex Frotbingtiain t Co,
Tli Keatleuaeii, who nava lii( been
Identitled witn tbe hNtory and attairs of
Wall street, are unusually kkilled in mone.
tary affir, and In evcryUiing appertaining
to apeeulation, are unexcelled fur ability
and proficiency. It may aluo be said that
u( tbe ruaiiy lirokers in that eity they are
not only tbe uiot popular, but alxo tbo
mokt tuccesslul, bent patronized, and most
widely known in or near tbe vk-iuity of
Anion i tbe cuntomer ot the house of
Alex Prothingliam A Co. , are some o our
leaUiua- and representative citi.vun. who
are mainly Indebted to tbe labors of this
nrmior inucn ottne wealth tbey now enjoy,
During tbe lomr aud succenaful exner
ienee ot Messrs. Alsx. Krotbimrtiam & Co..
ia ibis city they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity and faitb, and enjoy a buttiuexs almoitt
rolowal ia Us proportions. In fact, the
amount of business done by this bouse In
tbe course of a year Is sonietbiuir wonder
ful, and olten tonus the subject of com
ment. It needs but a vbdt to their spacious
otnees in Wail street to prove tbe truth of
lite above statement.
liow tbey manage to convert $10 to $Jii,
) to io. 40 into 80. and so ou. Is a
secret which tbey alone can explain ; but
that tbey succeed in doing so Is a lact too
well know a to admit of doubt. It you
would salely and profitably Invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor tbl tirui
with your cash and coutldence. That by so
itolQi: vow will reap an abundant reward
the experience ol thousands ot our best
citizens attcnt. The necessity of takini;
such a course in these rimes of tottering
banks and naaucial stringency must be sp-
parent to tbe most luiUltereut and careless
aiessrs- Alex, rrotnmniism a vo.. are
prepared to invest money to any amount is
the best securities, aud lo every transac
tion ia which tbev niav be ensras'ed aruar.
antee entire satisfaction to those who honor
taem with their patronage.
fcTaeud for their ICxplaaatory Circular
and weekly Ke ports, which tbey mail free
to annuo uesire taem. front a t. m
tri-polu, Aprtf JB, 1870. Mi-widum
VTt are Mthrlse1 to unoun a JoHN II.
Khl.NH4N as oandhla r t.r Hliwill of
aulrrriiiiy, at the otnilna ootiatf elccllua.
Wrreaiilhorizel tnantiounee llml K. A. K1
nniwtnoii In n lnit-adeiit Keitibliua ean1i
ilnlr ir Mx-tiff, at the mailing counlv l'tinn.
W rr autliorurd tuannounc PK1 KH SAt'P,
for an lnieieniiot iudilate for -hi'rifTfif Al
tiandrr county, at the eauin)( county eltriion.
TI ESDAV. .ICr.Y 18. 1H7C.
I.aeitl WcaUier Umpmru
Caimo. III., .tulr IT, hflu
WlRD. VL. I WE AIM
J AM KM WATSON,
S rgDU Signal MvrTU-. V. S. A .
The Ureas Kallroa1 ricbt-rare Re
dared-A Pnblle BeateHI.
Never In tbe nnnals ot railroad history
has there been so great inducements
effered to carry our p?ople eastward at
rates next to nothiug. 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 ami future oi our
Gieat Republic. The gathering of ten
millions ot our country people in the
grand legendary old city of Philadelphia
aud the viewing of the traditional hall of
our flrt congress, the old N il that rang
out our independence, the spot w lien in
our firm forefathers indited that lntru-
meni wnicn mrever declare! us un
shackled and a free people, the broad,
graphic Delaware, rich In history of our
struggling ancestors ami everything
that could tend to aw xk n a feeling ol
reverence and Inspire awe is embodied
within the limits ot that sacred, dear old
city. The prominent revolutionary
vents, which transpired over a century
ago, are being lived over again, and tbe
rbiing geiieration,relrcsbed by the history
I'h mvtnfntuua affui,- of our country's
haptlsm in blood Is now most fitly com
memorated by the vast concourse of all
nations w ho cheerfully lend tlu-ir aid in
celebrating most proierly in Philadelphia
the peace and prosperity which has been
irought atxiut within a century. Then
let us celebrate. The muiriiineeiit Ft.
Wayne A Pennsylvania Railway Centen
nial tiekeU are on sale every where, and
this is the only line which runs its
Sleeping Coarhee. Hotel Cars, and
Irawing-room Pabices without change,
to their new Centennial I Knot. : on
the Centennial grounds. It iiiumI be re
membered that boarding can be procured
at from one dollar to five dollars per day,
n Philadelphia, and some of the largest
and most complete hotels in the world
are within fie minute? walk of the
grounds. The Great Fort Wayne and
Pennsylvania have hundreds of new and
elegant caches constructed purposely
for the Ceutennial, and are prepared to
run. additional to their three Centennial
daily trains, when required, to accom
modate the multitude. The sihiilule
has been so arranged as to make ilin i t
(nneclioiis at all railway junction'.
I .iiit n fibre, plate flui-h, letter and note
pais r at tbe Ihi litiv ofh.'e. Blue and
rerun laid, below St. Louis prices.
C battel Merit-age Sale.
1 will sell on Monday, the 17th of duly,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., ot ?aid day, at the
store boue of Joseph Smith, under a
chattel mortgage, one Vogal S. Hughes'
organ, large size. For particulars en
quire of John Houax, Constable.
ROOMS TO KENT.
A neat cottage on Third street, w ith
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Delta iIou-e, Cairo. 0-is-tf.
Redheffer's Patent Ughtniitg Recipro
cating Egg Bcnter, sweet cream, custard.
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater of 1874, aud the beat in the world.
For sale by Cbas. W. Henderson, general
dealer ia stoves, tin aud hollow warw.
Commercial avenue, corner of Twelfth
street, Cairo, Illinois. 0-27-lm
J. CiEORliK STI IN JIOL'lSK
ou Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
LKATUKH AND PUiDlNUS.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 90, below Sixth
street, may be found a full assortment of
leather and findings ; also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of bis
own make. Roots ami shoes made to
order of first-class material and satisfac
tion guarauteed. C-24-tf
A No. 1 lJundr .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Comnivrclal ave
nues, baa one of tbe best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, aud laud
lords of hotels and boarding houses w ill
11 ml it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
aud boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c per
dozen, 80c ; socks, 6c ; two collars, Ac ;
two haudkerchlel's, 6c; vests, 30c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, K0e. per dozeu.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trl minings, 60c; white
dresses. 1 20c ; ladles' under ware, tine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-2Mt.
Ham. I Tna.
ti.UI I 7ns
no. m ,
t'.ir,:, ut t
Mr. E. M. Tit ut, of Villa Ridge, va
In the city yeb rdiiy. , ' 'f i"
The 'Arkansas Kelle" brought down
front Golcomla ou Sunday last an eicnr
Ion party, It ronslvted of om? mnn and
a solitary lady.
Sitting Mull Davis, of tbe S,n, the
Radical Sioux ol this city, is niter the
scalp of the gallant young f.um of the
trlln- of Tilden.
A readable letter Irom our regular
Centennial exposition correspondent will
be found ou our second pHge. From it
we learn that Philadelphia is juxt at this
moment hotter than tbe lower regions in
Mr. Frank Rou.'siile, who lias been in
tbe employ of Cba. .Galigher and Hal
liday Urolliers for the past three years,
will leave Cairo mnrt ' 1 hurwlay for
l'aducah where he goes to take charge
of a new mill. He carries with him the
Ik ot wIhIics ot hUt numerous friends.
W hen w ill the broom factory the
Tilden and Hendricks broom factory
be commenced? The iH'inocrats need
a place of meeting in 'airo, and the
county committee, in conjunction with
the clubs, should.at once provide ways
and means, and build a house to be used
for tbi 4 purpose.
Rev. Mr. Gilhain received a letter
yesterday, from a clerical beggar who
passed through Cairo the other day, ad
dressed in this wonderful manner:
"Rev. Dr. J. D. Giiiman, L. L. D.,
Paster and Protestant lii.-bop of Meth.
Episco. Church ol United Free Chris
tian Brothers and Friends, at Cairo, Illi-nni-,
,'to miles south ot Anna, Illinois.
Mayor Winter gazed long and anx
iously upon a sleeping tramp yesterday.
The tramp's- mouth was open, and into
it was fiying swarm ol flies. "He is a
success," said the mayor; "I will have
him taken home, and use him as i (lat
ent fly trap." The w it of Mayor Winter
is of most wonderful quality.
We have a foreman who docs nothing
but make mistakes and draw his salary.
The work makes him tired, and be has
almost made up bis mind to rest aw hile,
lie Is particularly earelul not to get a
date correct, and objects to a name cor
rectly lettered. The bent U w hat is the
Messrs. Bird and Scott, witli about a
dozen of their retainers, held a caucus on
the comer of 'Washington avenue and
Twelfth street, opposite the Bi i.i.KTlN
otlice, yesterday. They seemed to be in
great glee over the. pro-icetive forma
tion ol Haye and Wheeler clubs, and
laughed at the idea of a Tilden club of
colored men. Tbe patriotic Allen w ill
be turned loose by us, by and by ; and
then Bird and Scott must ilook out for
Mr. James Summerwell baa been
roaming the forests wide in search ofal
Tilden and Heudricks pole, to be raised
upon tbe Levee. He has found one over
in Kentucky a beauty, which will be
the joy of the Cairo Democrats for
months to come. It will be about one
hundred and sixty-tive feet high, and
w ill he arranged with a patent machine
of Mr. Summerw ell's invention, that will
give it the ability tojrrow. It the Radi
cals ot tbe city Jewett and his white
spirits and black, black fpirits and grey
shall rashly raise a pole a. tall as Sum-
merweli's polo, it will immediately grow
up higher, aud continue to beat the
Hayes pole it it is compelled to raise its
Tilden head among the clouds and stick
its patriotic nnte into hpaven.
i he senate has at lust passed the river
aud harbor appropriation bill. It has
been amended ami must now go to the
house for concurrence. In the Senate it
has been raised the amounts appropri
ated have been largely increased and the
house may refuse to concur ; but w e have
the assurance that the bill will not tail.
On motion of Senator Oiflesby, $30,000
of the $200,000 appropriated for tbe im
provement of the Mississippi river may be
used to prevent erosions and destruction
of the banks at Cairo. The house said that
$20,000 ihuulJ be used for this purpose.
We don't like Oglet by's wiay be. But
the report of the action of tbe Senate is
imperfect, and wc are inclined to believe
that Oglesby's amendment gives us $10,
000 more than the house gave us.
On nanny's corner, yesterday, four
tramps were sitting. As wo went by
them one said to another: "Do you
wear government drawers? " "Drawers?
h I ; I don't wear drawers at all. I'm
only too glad I've got a piece of breeches
left." What," said another, "shall wc
eat tor dinner? Hand me tbo bill of
fare." "Well," was the reply; "Old
Seller's turnips and water would be roust
beet ana codec to me. l haven t bad a
square meal for a month." "Nor I,"
said No. 2; "nor 1," said No. 3; "nor I,"
said 4. " I'm like the old horse that got
used to starving," said No. 1 ; " baviug
learned bow to do it, I'm in excellent
condition to die and would, if I didn't
have a sneaking suspicion that the d d
coroner of this county would be made
glad by my death. Ever since the crisis,
and my first etlorts to learn starvation
for a trade, I've bated coroners. They
are a kind of legal hyenas. They fatten
on corpses on the corpses of the unfor
tunates who, weary ol lite, rashly im
portunate, rush to their death, or arc
dragged to it will be nil he, as
Hamlet's gravedigger has it. Since
that time the 'crisis time, you
know I have also hated fat men,
ft u them, they look as If they bad
enough lo eat, and since we fellows ot
the noble army of tramps can't get more
than a crumb or two a day, 1 should like
to know what right any man has to
grow fat I These Falstafl of prosper
ity, larding the lean earth as they walk
along it, are batelul spectacles to me,
Tbey ought to ho dieted Into leather
weight. By all the god of the heathen
mythology, I ain becoming bitter In my
(listresri, and while t long lor chicken
lirowned as "my mother used brown
chicken for Inzy preachers, I ponder
upon murder, treason, stratagem and
spoil. I have h.'oome a communist,
Tbe Corlolaniis of poverty, my voice Is
for bread or blood. Ixt us therefore, my
gallant comrades in mNcry, go in search
of a crumb or two. Let us say with
latest breath, alter the manner of the
old bag In tbe 'Two Orphans: 1 'Char
Ity, good .eople, charity."" , Dr. Dun
ning, w ho heard this appeal, in admira
tion or the Mark Tnpley pluck ol tbe
fallen actor for a fallen actor was the
tramp opened bis heart and purse and
gave all the vagabonds a good, bonet
Don't forget the baud concei t to be
given by the Delta City, band to-night
on the down-town stand.
Squire Tom Martin, of Goose Island,
was hi the city yesterday, attending
Mayor Winter, we regret to bear,
has been confined to his bed iuco Sun
day, with a severe attack of sickness.
The Delta City Comet band will
give an opon air concert on the down
town stand thisjeyctilng.
The Democrats are talking of a
county convention, to nominate a candi
date for circuit clerk and sheriff.
'apt Mil ,le McIIsfile, we are told,
will muster his company A. for drill for
the tir't time to-niht.
.Tohn Hall was up before Judire Bird
yesterday for ting drunk. He was
fined one dollar and costs, and sent to
the lockup for three days.
We understand that tbe idea of an
excursion on the Robert V.. Lee has been
given up. as Captaiu Cannon is making
all possible haste to get bis boat into her
place in the Vick.-burg trade.
The Invincibles will look "nobby,"
as the ladies would say, when they ap
pear in their fl ; i -1 1 y campaign 'uniform
to parade. Col. lardcn will command
them, and do it well to, for it is said
there is not a better drilled man in the
State than the Col,
Mr. William Lunergau is the father
ot another bouncing bov. He made bis
appearance on Sunday morning, and is
to In- named Tilden Hendricks I.onergan.
Mr. H. H. Milburii, ticket agent for
Iron Mountain railroad, in this eity, re
reived a telegram on Sunday that his
grand father, reading in Princeton, In
diana, was deal, Mr. Milburn 'ell on
Sunday evening, to atiend the funeral.
The Kngli-hman who was found on
Friday night by Chief Gossman and
Deputy Sheriff John t'uin, about three
three miles above this city, died on Sat
urday evening, nud was hurried. Tbe
suffering ot the unlortunnte man must
have been terrible. He died.w ithout be
ing able to give his name.
Mr. Charley Goddin and wife, of
Richmond, Virginia, arc visiting at tbe
residence of Mr. J. G. Lynch. Mr.
Goddin is an old time Cairoite, having
Iwb night . wharf collector licre some
years ago, and is well and favorably
known to many of our citizens. He has
recently taken unto himself a wile, and
the couple are on their wedding tour.
From our friend Jim Siiniui3rwcll,
we learn that another Tilden and Hend
ricks club Is about to be organized in
Cairo. It our Republican friends do not
soon begin to stir around, tbey will find
tiiat w ben they do make an effort to
rais;e a Hayes and Wheeler club, there
will be no one to go into it.
Tbe scarlet lever ha9 again broken
out, and prevails to a considerable extent
in this city. Mr. Dewey, of the com
mission firm ot Hardin & 1 ewey, we re
gret to hear, has three little childen
down with it, but tbey arc getting on
very well, and no danger to the lives ot
them is apprehended.
July Term-Judge llroww, rreaitliua.
Business in the Alexander county
court was resumed yesterday morning.
The following is a summary of the work
lu tbe matter of the estate oi John
Gbio, deceased, petition for letters. Pe
tition approved aud ordered recorded,
and further ordered that tho applicant
file bond in tbe sum of eight thousand
In the matter of the same estate, bond
approved and ordered recorded and fur
ther ordered that letters be issued upou
taking tbe proper oath.
W. G.Cary vs. Thomas Martin, ad
ministrator ot the estate of Joshua S.
Yates, deceased. Assumpsit demand
$18. Ordered that the pi ain tills have
judgment against tbe estate in tbe huui
of $20, as seventh class claim.
In the matter of the estate ol William
II. Miltord, deceased. William J. Mil-
ford, administrator. Sale bill. Odrered
that tbe sale bill be approved and re-
lu the matter ot the estate of Joseph
Slraub. dcecacd. Sale bill. Ordered
that the sale bill le approved and record
School treasurer oi tow nsh.p fourteen,
south, range four, west, in Alexander
county vs. R. A. Kdiuundson, adminis
trator of the estate ot James H. Ridg-
way, deceased. Assumpsit demand
$70 58. Judgment entered for $75 93,
as fourth class claims.
Richard A. Kdiuundson vs. Richard
A. Edmundson, administrator of the es
tate of James II. Ridgway, deceased.
Assumpsit demand, $7:10 ;12. Ordered
that William 0. Mulkey bo appointed ad
ministrator, aud ease continued after
hearing part of the eidcuce, for further
lu the matter of the estate of James H.
rpchurch, ikceased, widow's selection.
Widow's selection approved and ordered
In tbe mutter ot tbe eUu of James H.
Ridgw ay, deceased, widow's selection ol
personal property. Ordered that the
widow's selection be approved and or
I tiered recorded.
The negro boy Thomas Richardson,
who was arrested and bound over four
weeks ago for stabbing a man named
Brown, a carpenter well-known in this
eity, while the latter was trying to stop
a quarrel In which Richardson was one
of the principals, was brought Into court
for trial. After the evidence was heard.
Judge Bross pronounced the defendant
guilty, and fixed bis punishment at
thirty day's Imprisonment and a fine of
Uoreri Ity m Ball.
A young German named Casper, in the
seavloe of Mr. Phil Howard, while
working about the slaughter house on
Sunday morning, was attackted by a
furious bull and badly gored by the ani
mal. He managed to get away from the
brute, however, before being killed, and,
although Casper is badly bruised, it is
hoicd he will recover soon.
The funeral of little Henry Schick
child of Henry and Mary Schick, which
took place on Sunday, w as attended by a
large number of tbe friends and acquain
tances ot the famHy. The remains were
Interred at Villa Rldire.
At 10 o'clock a. in., Wednesday, July
Pth, ve will sell an elegant oiled wal
nut book case. Also tables, cooking
and heating stoves and other articles too
numerous to mention.
Wintku'A Stewart, Auctioneers.
Corner of Twelfth street and Commer
cial avenue. , lS-Jt.
The members ot this organization will
bold their first meetimr for drill and the
transaction of business at their ball on
Ohio levee this evening.
The ft!! flvll Right t Rue.
The parties interested in this suit will
appear before I'nited States Commis
sioner Candee to-day, for a hearing.
Caiko, Illinois, 1
MoMiAT EvKMMi, July 17, '70.
Tbe situation in business remains about
as reported last Thursday, there having
been no change of any importance since
that time. The weather has been exces
sively hot, when a wind and rain storm,
accompanied by thunder and lightning,
cooled the air considerably on Sunday
night and to-day. Though the sun is
scorching, there is a refreshing breeze
astir. Tbe rivers are still declining.
Shipments of Hour received in this
market since Thursday have been
smaller than usual, but tbe demand is
very light, and stocks have been sufti
cient, so far as low and medium grades
go. There is, however, a scarcity of
choice brands in tbe hands ot commis
sion men ; while the demand for them is
pretty active, the stock on hand is very
Corn Is reported quiet. There is still
a moderately fair demand, and though
the receipts have been light, yet the sup
ply is sufficient. Tbe most or the corn
that comes to this market is more or less
damaged, and consequently does not
sell as readily t or at good prices, as
would strictly choice, for which there Is
Oats are in good supply lor the de
mand, w hich is. very light.
Meal is quiet. Country is quoted at
$ j 30 ; cily at from $2 25 to $2 40. The
supply is fair. Bran is plenty and dull.
The supply of butter is light, while
demand for choice is good. Kggi are
plenty and dull, aud celling at from C to
S cents. For good young poultry there
is an active ilunnnJ, at from $2 to $3
per dozen, according to size. New po
tatoes are selling at 70 cents. Apples
are very plenty aad selling at low prices.
jkjy-Our friends should bear in mind
that tbe prices here given arc usually tor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Choice tlour is scarce aud in fair de
mand. Low and medium grades are
plenty and quiet, sales noted were 350
bbls. various grades, city, $3 DOfS 50;
100 bbls. various grades, $5 25(a;7 00;
100 bbls. family XXX, $4 75; 2o0 bbls.
various grades, $3 00&6 00 ; 50 bbls.
XXX, $5 50 ; 300 bbls. various grades,
$3 000 00.
Tbe market is overstocked. There Is
none selling except to the local trade.
The only 6ale reported was that of 1 car
slightly damaged Timothy, at $10 00
There is a irood demand for strictly
chekc. Receipts have been light, bales
reported were 2 cars white mixed, 40c,
2 cars white In sacks, 4Sc; 1 car white in
The market is well supplied for the
demand, which is very light. We note
the sale ot 1 car maxed in bulk, 3Sc; 1
car Galena in sacks, 37c; 1 car Geleiia
in bulk. 33c.
Country and city meal are in good sup
ply and quiet. We note the sale of 200
barrels country $2 30 ; 100 barrels city
The demand is very light. We note
the sale of 200 sacks $10.
Cbioce butter Is in good demand. The
supply is light We uot the sale of
5 packages Southern Illinois 121lCJc;
200 pounds choice Northern '.w. ; 1 CVJ
pounds Southern Illinois, choice ISc;
100 pounds mixed 12c.
There are plenty of eggs In the market
but the demand is very lixbt. We note
tbe sale of 100 dozen, Cc; 100 do An. 5c.
Young chickens are in active demand;
The prices paid are Irom $23, aocord
big lo size.
HIDES AND FI RS.
Film Beaver-No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 CO; No. 3 $1 ; No. A 50c. Otter-No.
l$0;No. 2$l; No. .1 $2; No. f $1.
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. .1 50c
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. 2
40c ; No. II 20c ; No, 4 10e. Skunk - No.
I 85c No. 2C0c; No. 3 30c; No. I 15c.
Fox-Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50o ; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c,
Oposcum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8c; No. 3,
5c. Muskrat-No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No.
3 10c. Renr-No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. I
$2 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75, ;.
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 25; No. 2 50e,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cat 10c. H.i ljjer
Srm.p Pm.t Green 75c (Jn $1 25 : liy
40r,f)0e shearings 10 20c.
We quote salt in car load lots. $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. W e note
the sale of 200 bbls, $1 50.
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, 3; nut, $2; delivered c ir
load per ton. lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 ; nut
$3 25; Raum or Harrisbiug coal on
track per load. lump. $27 : nut, $10 ; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg cosl
car loads on track, $5 50 per tun : single
not, delivered, $0.
Wad Dsi'AnrMRXT. Rrvnn Hirnnt,
lulv 17 IKTti
I AHOVS I
LOW WATKH. I
rr. is. j ft ( in
Cairo Sl I I; .1
I'lUetiunr :l It ii s
Cincinnati IJ 4 M I
tsiuigville 7 'i n 4
Nasiivillr I s X" I
M. boms '.' 4 .j ii
KvAnsville M i, (I
Meniilin i-4 .1 XI 'i
ViKksininr :t o Xn l
New OrleuliH S 3 il 1
Ilflow lilarli water of ls74
Serjeant, Sitcnul rrriee, V. S. A.
.Steamer .lim Fl.k, Padticab.
Haven and tow, t incinnati.
" City of Helena, Vicksburg.
Kobin and tow, St. Loui..
" Hobt. -Mitchell, Cincinnati.
K. M. Norton, tow, St. Louis.
" Vint Sbiukle, Memphis.
" Arkfinra IJelle, P.vanevillc.
" Grand Tower, St. Louix.
" Future City and barges, N. ().
' Grand Lake and tow, St. Loii'h.
" Arrow and tow, Ohio river.
" .A. J. Iluker and tow,
Steamer . tin I i.-k, l'ailuculi.
Haven and tow, Ohio river.
" City of Helena, St. Louii.
' Iron Mountain, tow, Ohio river.
Uobt. Mitchell, New Orleans.
Vint Shinkle, incinnati.
" Arkansas Ilelle, F.vansvillc.
" Grand Tower, Vicksburg.
" Futurne City, tow, St. Louis.
" Grand Lake tow, New Orleans.
Arrow and tow, down.
Tho gauge marked XI feet 1 inch.
list evening. The decline Irom the
evening bclore was 3 inches
The weather has been clear mid very
Hu.siness is dull.
The City of Helena passed up Sun
day with a very good trip. She dis
charged I ere 100 bales of cotton, and a
gmall lot of otb"r freight.
The Arkansas Urlle. Irom l-vaiis-
Ville, in Sunday; had a very light trip
-The Mitchell bad a good trip from
Cincinnati for New Oilcans, and added
250 tons here, including 3.500 bundles ol
cotton tie? lor Natchez.
-The Grand Lake and barges added
350 tons, including 250 hhds. tobacco
-The Grand Tower had a fair trip for
Memphis and Vicksburg, and made ad
dilions ot 20 tons here.
The Jim Flsk was very light last
evenine. sue is me. packet tor rmuican
this evening, leaving at 5 o'clock, sharp.
The Steamer Genevieve was due up
-The Charles Morgan from Cincinnati
is hero to-day, and will add largely here,
The finder of a light linen rape,
which was lost betweeu Halliday Phil
lips' wharf boat, will oblige the owner
by leaving It on the wharf boat or at the
St. Charles hotel.
The Irom Mountain came down from
St. Louis with three barges .f 010 and
four banres ol old iron. Cant. J. H.
Punlap stopped over hero and w ill re
main until this evening, wheu bo leaves
bv rail to ioln the Iron Mountain at
The Arrow aud A. J. Baker had
tows of logs.
Thu Raven brought two barires o
salt tram Cincinnati, and the K. M
Norton brought from St. Louis tbre
barges ot ore. The boats exchanged tow
here, the Raven taking the Norton's ore
to Middicport, and the Norton going
naca to m. i.ouis witn tne itavcn two
barges of salt aud the remaining barge
of cement, which was h ft here by tbe
Ek relator fcMlumi.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is open to
tbe public. Tbo bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice licpiors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-2.Vtf A. KitAi's, Proprietor.
Fllty cents, at Winter' Gallery .
I'ndrr t'ailae folura.
To cbauge Grant for Hayes wouid be
third term, under lalse cob as.
Lvon Kaiiisikos make beautiful
2h:--v, luxuriant hair; prevent it lall
Iuk "t r turmnjf gray. It has stood the
test of ) y;eura. li tliarmbitfly perfumed
and ba uorival. a-10-ilAwly
E. N. FEESHUAN & BROS.,
190 W, m St. CIXCISKATL 0..
Are autmorlad to eontnaot for adTsrtia
ts la talo pa Pr-
Xitiaiat furai(kt4fm. Seal tor CircuUr,
RATES or ADTEBTISIIfO.
I1AI1 Mils for atlrertlsinc, ar due ant pAy
III I!" ADTAffl a
Trsnniotit advertising wilt be inmifA at Uis
rut of l 10 per sqimrt for the first Insertion
anil li pent for m h ulnrtirnt one A lilwral
liscount will be ramie on slamling anl rii,l
l or inserting Kuneml nntine SI 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or serrM orWs So cents for
t'liiin h, Societr, Feelivsl sn l Supper notices
will only be Inserted as S'lTertlsctnents
Ko advertisement will be received at less than
SO rent.i, and noaovertisrment will be insert)
for Iims than three ilollnr per month
, Local Business Noticed, of
ten linea or more, Inserted
in the Bulletin aa follows :
Commence Counting- at ten Llnea.
Ona insertion per line. 3 Cents
Two lnaertiona per line 7 Centa
Three insertions per Una -....10 Centa
Six insertions per Una 15 Cents
Two weeks per lino 25 Centa
One month per line ..35 Centa
No Reduction will be mads in above
1 tie III li.iti printing
rtot'li.ihmint in;ikM a
M'Cilty of II ill lli-a-l.
Note HeM'U, lietter Howls,
Sluti'iiicnta, (111 .In, Kir Ix.k ut these price :
rii:ill Mic loll li. Ail.-i, per tnn '
Miiliuiu sine bill luniU, -r tnouttanil
All nil foiiitevii pmin l puper, nrlnle null-,
ruled two cent per pound higher tliiin p;i"-i
11-cd by any other ' ruled to order at II,
mill especially for tlii oilii-e
l:iHnieiit, rsrlyxlc, per ni. ..
Lt lti r HeM'tt-, Tlvnlr, per esm
Note Head 4, arlyslc, T l"W ...
ViMtinir cards ikt packim"
1 1 n'i
. "t 00
Iliisini's csrds, Nil I V ply liri'tol hoard.
'i to 4 in
nii'iuesa curds, Nit I blntik., r 'IW
(Juarter-elie 1 , half "licet, nnl- diei t sn l tlim
llret pO!"l is, mil ruliiivl ol L In Ion M lillis
I'liiniilili t, lluiit Wuik ;ili'l l'lice I.iits IHHile
Sl'tllll, NOIM f ..
rjMic "Wei kl.r Itiillff in,'
(I .' ! per yer, posture prepaid, lo any addrr
l;i;ST AMI I HEAl'KST
P-r published in Southern Illinois.
Urill-.KKA'-s 1 hoiiins "Hoi van, by bin
salt1 iimrtKiiKi', duly rvecu'ed, ill
slid rerun If. 1, in (lie
lU'l ' Miner id Ale.,i 11 -U
is, in Ink .."
iter county. Shite of
iiire vi-j. itfl convev to tut liiiaer-iurfd 1-s-ic
Hl'liT, (vWiirli punl lum l'iL-e lie.,rs ii:Ce (be
lir-t (1st) diiy of Novi iiitr, A. It., Ix ) , li.u
billow iiik' described real fp'.a'e, ly ii.fr ni.o be-
iit 111 the city of iiiro, county l' A 1 r .
mil Mute ol lllinoi-, to-Vit: l..i iiiiiii . n d
thn ty-eis-lit ..!.), in block iiumbi ml 1, j-.oi,r
( d) , o neciiie the puyii t lit ot I'l- ctrln.n pi ;ln-
iHnui'v note l!iriiiK i-M ii il.iic w.tn S'iiii niori-
i;e. for llieBiiin of siMy " !' lol ui-, ub
uteres t the rutu of ten pi r ceut per annum
from Mule, until paid And wh reus, tl.e suol
Iioiikk Sullivan h-ivii.u inmie tletsult in tne
p.iviiient ol the luoi.ey n sii ure.i i.i oe inn an
lore-mil; now. Ilii'loiv, i, tne unoe.-iiiiieu
tnortttauee nloiesuid. under nod v rn.e of the
itKiii'e iitorcviHl, lien ny '.ve nonce in n i
Hill, mi Satuniav, the l 'tli H iy ol Auiu-t, t
the hour of 2 o'clock . p, III ,A. I . . ! -.! ut
public cndiie to the hinbe-t bii'.dci for ca-n,
ut tlie front loor of tne court hou-c, mi the c.;y
l l iiiro, counlv ol Alexnniter ami -!uU ol 1 Ii
is. the real edate so eoiiveeil to l. ill l ine
4.iid III irtja .fur. I emu ot i-a e am ia nami.
1SAAL HAI.I'tll, Vlor-l-'av .e.
t'uiro. Ills., July I'-lb, f',t. . 7 l.--dnl.
Will, of course, wish to see all Hie fiulits
niiiturtably and cbesply. To this end the
CANADA SOPTHKUN K'Y COMPANY
hits, tbrou.tdi its connection in tno ?
ami North west, placed on sale a larife
number ot ToflitsTs' KxrfUsioN Tickuts
at u'reailv redtised rates, by which pa.-si ti
mers cm not only visit the Ci iitctir.i il lix-
liibilion ut Philadelphia, but enii, tn uditil
lon, vtit the principal oa'tcrn citie-, wi.h m
opportunity ot stnpiting at utiy ot tin' -r .iv.it
number of famous rvmrut in New York
aud lVnnsylvania. The CANADA .wOC I II-
EUN is the only line bom the west runnii
directly to Ni iara Falls, eivituf jl.ss. u
Bers, Ifoiu ttie train, a woinbitul punoratiiie
View ot tlic MIGHTY CATAP.UT.
1MKK HOK FA Lb, the t.lt'iAT
UAl'llts, and lainlitt them diiectly :it ilie
fulls. Tho track of the CAN l. Mil' I II
F.I! N is an air bite, laid with steel t:i'l- o
the heaviest pattern ; tie re aro no i urws
or trraiics : wo.jd Is urd lor liicl; Comi-Ih s
aro tnrtii-l (I wiib the Winched I'at-t.t
Y'eutiUlor, eUMir'tr ir iclect ft. eiloia lroiu
dast. Wi.h its coiur-lcte system ot niaint-ci-nt
PAULOlt SLEEl'INki AND IjRaW-
ING UOOM CAUS from CHICAGO.
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its auinir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND P.l'KFAl-O Willi tlid NEW Y Uli!'.
CENTRAL AND ERIi: RAILWAYS, the
Caiisda s'o.itlurn Is fast becoming the
FAYORI I E LINE TO TUE EAST. Ti. kets
via this popular line can be procured at n'
otticei of sonncvtlng lint s, or at tht; com
pany's own otMccs.
Any information e ui be ohlaincd by ad-
drebinr FRANK r.. -VOV.
Oen'l Puss, and i icket As't. i'Kl ROl r.
lion i v
St. Charles Hotel,
Mil RED7CE3 10 SUIT 1HS TIES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom aud Board. 34 Floor t2. 00 IVr Dsty
Special n.itfe by Waek or Month.
A limited uuiiilicr of very ib'.-ilalrV l.iiiuly
rooms can be t-ui-rd st rcSMiuuble lutt s l-r tin
I tic t. C llurlet li. tlie Ihi il .tain 1 U'-'l H....il,t
tsl House in oiittii rn lllinoi'.. hihI i. Il.t- oa.lnu
hotel 111 SIIO SatH l.lialuilltllls' tlic "ll.d
Um k" reiluclloll ill prices, ll.c tal ! Will, as
u-ul , lie IiUthII) iiiplicd i.ll i!.i n t -l
ofcvri y tiling llial can lie b 1111111 111 lu 1. ti l .
Kmc buc aolple I. moil lor colliliuicial link
clcrs. 011 ground ttoor, lrc'nt chaise.
i t A II iMiL'KULr. i.l hii-i-- coiivcjcO touiidliniii
the liotrl u itliolil i lnii kc.
Ji-.WKI THTI'tiX A t 11 .
rhe Gamble Wagon
Jl AKUFACTl'llKI' ItV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
H IUT aaa CHXAFUT WJflO MAM
scanutactoby! omo losvee
Hesvr Thirtlk-Vourtb Street