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A9CALON LODtfe, NO. el.
Knlcht of Pythias, mart arery Fri
day BigM ! ksUf-pMt MTM, M OlM-
fellows' Hall. Hows,
O ALEXANDER I-ODGK, NO tM.
Indfill Order of (Md-FeN
Iowa, awti crary Tharaday nirht
at half-peat aevei, la their hall on
mmrrclal avenue, fcctwaaa Mlith and fb-renta
treeu Caa I.ahi, M U
'"VVIKO KNCAMrMKNT, I. O. O. F. . meet
.io Odd-llowa' Hall on the Aral oasl third
l oclay in evry moat, al half-past eeren
t Jaa U Oqssmaw, C t
A C-UHOUHMJK.NO.m.A.r. AA.M.
wir Holit rerular communications la kts
tonic Hall, corner (ximmmlil avenue
' 'and Kit-nth alrnrt, on Uia aaoond and
'uiirib Mondav of each month.
J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lo!,
f xfbanffe for Ht. Louis property.
. The aouth liall of the "Pilot" Iiouk at
Good two story brick store room on
Commercial avenue Ix'twwn Eleventh
A nice brick residence on Sixth I.
tween C'omraerclaJ and Washington ave
Cottage on Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Kighth street near Wal
Dwelling, corner Twenty-fourth and
First floor of brick dwelling carrier
Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on Fourth Street, Iwtween
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, wet of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth Mnef, e-t
I Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixture, southwest corn
r Eighteenth street and ninuierrial
venue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth 9treot, we-t of
.(comercial avenue, flu.
Dwelling house on 'ro street,
ill Washington avenue.
Business hotiM on Ijpvwsfctrwt, ulve
A gooJ eotUgr on Twenty-Ninth
'treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
text to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rootat on Twenty-third
.treet, $0. ool ard and cistern.
Uok1 dwelling liouse on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-tlr.rd
Store-room comer Twentieth aid
Poplar streets, $12 W).
8ton; room adjoining above, $s.
flouv nu Commercial avenue, near
1'Jth street. Suitable for business and
I well ing, $15.
Tenements numbered 8 and 1,
Winter's Row, 6 room each for $10
a r month. Will be put in tint-class
Dwelling liouse on Sixth street and
leffer'on avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building anl premi
es. Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, coiner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts of the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Land, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
it f lit Monaulni mt i'!rdo
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
Kail road, the new and popular line from
AU.hi.son and Kaunas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norto, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $ro, allowing
stop-off privileges both ways on the
nialu line, and at Colorado Springs,
.Manltou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullmau Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without chauge. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the " San
.luan Guide," addre,
T. J. Axdersok,
Gen. Pan. Agt.t
7-ltf Topek, Kxv.
A H. 1 Uur7,
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be.
tween Washington and Commercial ave
lilies, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments la the city, and laud
lords of hotels and boarding bouses will
lind it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
hi id boarding-house washing 75 cenU
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, 80c ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerchiefi, 5c; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen,
ladies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, oOc ; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' umlerware, fine
Mid coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-11.
ROOMS TO REM.
A neat cottage on Third street, with
time rooms and Summer kitchen; also
two rooms on same street. Apply at
Delta House, Cairo. ti-2-tf.
Itedhcth-r' Patent Llghtniug I ectpru
eating Egg Beater, sweet cream, custard,
whip and frosting maker. Premium egg
beater of 174, and the bat in th world.
For sale by Chas. W, Henderson, general
dealer in stoves, tin and hollow ware
t 'oiumercial avenue, corner of Twaltth
street, Cairo, Illinois. f.-27-lin
j", I1EORUK STKINBOI'St
on KighlU street, two doors froui Alex
ander County Bank, la the place to get a
lashlonable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else la tike barber lino. La
dies' am childrens' hair cut or dressed,
cither at the shop or their homes.
a -4i orai cur nm.
We arc authorial! to announce JOHN II.
ROHINSON aa a Candida' for Miens of Alex
ander coanty, at Um eorattiK rouaty election.
W are author red toanaoonre that R. A. F. I
muadaoa is aa independent Uejsautioan eanrii
ilate lor Sheriff, at tlta enauiaa county election.
We are anthonxed to announce PETER SALT,
for an luleiendejit caodidat for Mtrriffor Al
eiander county, at I be ensuing county election.
ATEft or ADTUflRlie.
U"AU bills for'adTertUinf, are due and pay
able tM ADTASC'B
Traaaieat adrertisiag will be iaaerted at the
rata of 11 oo per square for the Int intertion
and to eent for each subseqnent one A liberal
diaoooat will be made pa standing and dUl
For iasertiac rnnaral notice II 00 Notice of
meetinf of societlea or aecret orders So cents far
Church, Society, Feetiral and Sapper notice
will only be Ineerted as advert! tern en U
Xo sdrertiaemetil will be received at leas than
So centa, and no aaTertiaement will lie inserted
for leaathaa three dollars ier month
FRIliAY. JULY 91. 17C.
I .oral Waatner atepnrt.
Caiao. III., Jultr 20, ltl
Bar. j Taa.
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V.tfi I 1.4
2H !C7 i 'f.-.
WtWD. ) Vat. I WlATll
JAM hi Wa1S(N.
erceant. Signal 8eT?lcc, 1". 8. A.
Judge Bross adjournel county court
on Wednesday evening.
The hoMs of Hayes and Bill Wheehtire.
are mustered here by fleorge Fihairr'.
The liemoTalic congressional conven
tion will be held in the court hoiie, not
In the Athenum.
The poliee courts were very (itiiet yes
terday. There wa but one eae. and
no money in that.
The school board propose torediire the
expenoes the public vhooR "He
trenehmcnt" is the word.
Captain .lames (iood, of St. Louis,
aiiperintentient of the MIsAiRtipiii Valley
Transportation company, was in the city
It. II. iinnitighatn and family h it yes
terday by th Illinois C.-iitral railroad
for Iartford, Wisconsin, to pn-s the
If we only had a bath hue in airo '.
Weler, water everywhere, and not a bath
bouse in th city ! V' are ah;uue(l nf
oiu" dirty selves.
Niek Cautwell. who has lecii I.v iiijr
dangerously ill lor the la.-t few days
w ith an attack of ti TMMiinoniu. was
much better lat evening.
VkhI lUttenhouse and family h it yes
terday on a vicit to Ohio. They were
nvoinpanied by Mrs. .1. 11. liitU-nhotiM
and Sim Hittenhouse, Jr.
Taxes still continue to be paid by our
sweating people. Sales under judgment
are few. But folks must tie in a hurry.
Ham won't wait forever.
Lew Stewart, Ksrp, the Independent
candidate for governor, Is to viit Cairo
before the 27th inst., and been me a
ijitaiuted with our I)emocrata.
The Invincible hold a meeting for the
transaction of business and drill at their
hall this evening. A full attendance of
the members is desired and expected.
.fudge Bross, of the county court, laid
down under the weather. He adjourned
his court without day, for the purpose
of getting time to'use a palm leaf fan
Col. McKeaig and the colored troops
the Hayes and Wheeler vindicators hold
a meeting this evening. We are assured
that the Colonel will "work the boys all
The police have been on the look o ut
for the party who robbed that Dyer
burg gentleman on Tuesday evening,,
but up to last evening, they had failed to
get any clue to him.
"To nominate or not to nominate?"
Is now the question agitating ths
the Democrats of Alexander. There
Is lots of time In which to consider the
question. Let It rest for a week or two-
This stanza U appropriate to ttie pre
vailing weather :
"Oh forsn Iceberg to climb up aed ride ;
Oh for asnow-bank wherein we may hi'le;
Oh for a swim in Uie boreal teas ;
Oh for Splubergeu'a most northerly breeze V
'Mr. Editor : Will you please tell me
the name of your fair correspondent.,
who wrote the neat little poem: 'TIm
Marriage Bell This from a friend..
Certainly. Her Aame is guen.
The weather is too hot to get up much
political steam at this time; but nnr peo
ple, Democrats and Radicals, are coca- ;
menclng a system of preparation for on
of the liveliest canvasses we have ttr
The elegant young gentkrun'x. "who
represents the Bii.i Ki t in the. itut ets.
and wear sleeve but tons on. tl-higs of
bis breeches.aud a big chalr.,wii i a brw
days have his ears bored prepurilory N
the use of ear bobs.
The senatorial question luun aUuot'
passed frain the minds of Unpeople ol
Cairo. 'ol. Towncs is stl Jl Mailing i i
Pnlon, and Messrs. Ma ham ami Al
bright are still routestli ig bi .knck"ui ,
May the best man win.
"Macbeth doth man ier fdeep." .No.
not ao ; but this hot w t?ather has u inos t
killing eflect upon fj umber. No cms
dreams now. He b js awake, aiul sweats,
and swear. We hi not bad a .ht
nights as w are now enjoying sioee last
summer about this time.
.lean Ingelow says this ol a naughty
".She lifts In r head, she dons her Kown;
Ah! the lady la fair;
She tie the jtirdleon her WaUt
And liimlit licr flaxen hnir,
And d'wn the etealeth, down tin. I down,
To the turret stair."
A good turn Is done our readers when
we commend the American House, Bos
ton. The same judicious management is
continued which has rendered It so pop
ular in the past, and no effort Is spared
to add to the comfort and convenience of
Fred llolhelnz announces a grand
lunch, to be set at Centennial beer
hall on to-morrow evening at half after
nine o'clock. Fred Is a clever gentle
man, and an enterprising man in his
business. He never fails to please his
customers, and we would advie the beer
drinking people to give him a call.
If you want a picture frame 4 a
chromo, cr tecl engraving or any
other picture fetch it to the City Book
Bindery, in the Bulletin Building. We
have I'ock well's stock of framing mate
rial, and for sixty days will work for a
song. We will do cheaper framing than
ever before was done in Cairo.
Business is dull in Cairo. Business Is
dull everywhere. Cairo is no exception.
Indeed, we are Ix tter off than many
other places. After It gets to be cooler
we must all make an cflort to s-t.irt the
old thing ahead again. It will never do
to lay down and give up. airo has a
great future, if 'airo people can be in
duced to do their duty.
The old German musician who was ar
rested on Wednesday evening by Deputy
Sheriff Cain for drunkenness, va up
before .fudge Bird yesterday. He was
looked upon by his honor as an inoffen
sive, quiet old sinner, who injured no one
but himself by his foolish habit of in
dulging in.too much strong drink, and
Mr. Will Pitcher, formerly rd' this city,
and who now holds a position on the
Mississippi Central railroad, at Colum
bus, was married in that place yesterday
to a young lady named Miss Keese, of
Hunt-villc, Alabama. Mr. Pitcher has
many friends and acquaintances in
(airo, who ui-li him and his fair bride
(for she is Paid to lc a very U niitiful
lady; a happy journey through life.
.lim Sumerwcll exjx'cted his big Td
den and Hendricks pole to arrive from
Kentucky lat evening. He azures us
that he will put up a ".-tick" that will
make Bill Scott, 'ol. Mr Keaig and .lewett
Wilcox sick to i.)ok at. .1 tin says it will
make all the Pepublieaus sick, ami ciee
ially Messrs. Scott, Wilcox and McKe.iijf,
who, it generally understood, have tie
Pepulilican pole raising in hand
When the gallant colored Hayes and
Wheeler boys, headed by our friend
Wilcox and the amiable McKeaig,
muster on our streets, may wc be there
to see. With his inaiiitlceiit uniform on
his handsome person, bis sword drawn,
and his iWy charger prancing to the
tune of the '-Devil Beating Tanbark,"
Wilcox will be a spectacle for the gods.
We were informed by a hotel-keeper
yesterday that within the pa-t six days
lour different persons have come to his
house, having arrived in the city oyer the
Cairo, Arkansas and Texas and Missis
sippi Central railroads, w ho have been
beaten out of money by sharpers w hile
traveling on those roads, 'f he managers
of the attovc corporations should look
into this matter.
The delegates to the Representative
convention, to be held at .Tonesboro on
the 3d day ot August next, from Alexan
der county, are requested to meet at the
oflice; ol the undersigned on Saturday
evening next, at 8 o'clock, for consulta
tion. By request of a majority of the
John Q. Harm ax, Chairman.
July 20, 1S7G.
We publish this morning the speech
made by Gen. Tom Ewing, at Lancas
ter, Ohio, lately. While we do not en
dorse all Its sentiments, we commend the
speech, as a whole, to the carelul perusal
of our readers, and, in particular, to
those of our readers who entertain what
are known as soft money or greenbick
-views, uen. Ewlng tells these men,
In plain terms, that they should unite
with the Democracy in support ol Tildeu
We have concluded to not pay any in
tPMSt on our bonds, unless compelled to
by the courts. The city council deter
mined upon this policy at its last
tueetiag. Wc have joimd the
noble army of impecunious cities.
We tlon't intend to repudiate. We
simply propose to not pay our debts,
because we can't. We are an honest but
unfortunate city. With the disposition
to pay, we have tin Inability to tlo so,
unless compelled to by the courts. We
will be honest on compulsion.
When men are inclined lo U lault-iind-
ij ing d d fools no person can restrain
1 them. Why therefore should we be sur
prised tint certain gentlemen who pro
fess to be particular friends of Tildcn in
Cairo became angry liecause the Bi i li:-
tin published the New York V-iMtele
gram about the conference of Tildeu and
Hendricks at Saratoga. Every paper in
the land, D .-mot-rat as well us Ucpuhli
an. published this dispatch. When we
can publish what people will read, Ihey
may swear us much n Ihey please.
On Saturday night at halt after 51
.VIo k, Fred. Holbein will spread a
Kiand lunch at Centennial Beer Hall,
corner of Eighth street and Commercial
avenue. The proprietor ot the Centen
nial Beer Hall has Income famous for
spreading th finest lunches offered the
people of I 'airo, and on this occasion he
will make an extra flort to please his
patrons and friends. His bet r is fresh
from tb b e, and Is the finest beverage
to be had in the city. Don't forget the
lunch on Saturday night 7-iO-2t
Sue Fleming is a colored lady w hose
angry passions are very easily aroused.
She was lately, we are told, In the em
ploy of Mr. Well, formerly a member ot
the firm of lit ilbron & Weil, who for
some cause discharged her. Sue got
very angry and threatened to burn clown
Mr. Weil's store, nhcrenpon Mr. Well
became uneasy and had her arrested.
She was held to bail In the sum ot two
hundred dollars, and sent to the county
jail In default ot giving bond. She now
grieves because she didn't have sense
enough to "keep her tongue between her
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday were Frank 'Skinner, Cincin
nati ; Samuel Clark and T. f. Deplain,
Golconda ; B. Caldwell, Carbondale ;
W. Tapp. Evansvillc ; W. Underwood,
Dixon; J. A. Stocking. Col. T. G
Kephort. J. D. Church. and
Dr. L. X. Perry, Chicago; Edward
Brown. Louisville ; O. IW. Welngurcr,
Centralia; Capt .Tame? Good, St. Louis;
F. M. Weir, Vlncennes ; W. II. Holmes,
Davenport, Iowa; Mrs. D. Latour,
Vleksburg; George T. Drum. Eyaua
vllle ; W. Linglield. St. Louis ; C. G.
Willburn.PhiladelpUa; M. E. Penout,
The Equitable Lift Assurance Society
of New York, since the establishment of
its Cairo agency in March last, has Issued
at this place nearly one hundred policies,
"Jff?rf gating more than $200,000 in new
business. This list f policy holders in
cludes some of our best business men,
and is the bulk ot it 1-sued on the Ton
tine plan, a plan that is highly spoken of
and recommended by the insurance com
missioners of the ea-t to business men as
a profitable investment. Below will be
found a partial list ot the Equitable
policyholders referred to above. It will
boseenlrom it that the careful, shrewed
and successful bu.'lness men arc the first
to take advantage of the opportunities
ouerea oy hie assurance tor a sure pro
vision tor the future. These policies
range in amounts Iroin $1,000 to $12,000
each. Any information with regard to
the Equitable plans, rates, etc., will be
given on application to Mr. Burnett
local agent at Cairo :
LIST OK I'OI icy HOI UKK-i.
Arthur Mackie, W. P. Holiday,
I has. M. Howe. .1. M. Phillips,
Jewett Wilcox, 3
'has. I laligher.
Thos. Tarr, 2
G. D. William ,oii,
A. H. Irvin.
W, K. Ghnlson,
.1. M. Baker.
E. A. Burnett.
T. W. ilalliday,
.1. W. McKinnie,
A. B. Safford,
Mr. P. A.Tavlor,
Paul G. Schuh,
.lames A. Viall,
S. II. Tuber,
W. P. Mesler,
P.. L. McGee,
v m. Mratton,
E. . Pace.
E. W. Ilalliday.
.1. 11. Kittenhou-e, W. 1. Wood.
Wm. A. Drirw,
.lotiii II. Jones,
F. S. Kent,
G. F. Meyer.
.1. W. Mitchell,
C. F. Nellis,
B. F. Parker,
N. B. ThUtlcwood,
lames a. Philii ,
E. M. Goss,
W. P. Wright,
.1. B. I teed,
F. M. Walker,
I. D. Dean,
'. W. Ilenderson,
'licnp l"are. to the Cenlennl.-tl t:iil
bttion. h ill our lteuiilic t.ver
l.uok I'puu 11 Like Acnlu 7
No occurrence since the days of the
Involution has wrought up the feelings
of our patriotic country loving native
and adopted citizens, as the great exhibi
tion in Philadelphia, which has as
sembled representatives from every civi
lized nation on the lace of the globe.
Of course there were some m'sglvings as
to the success of this cyclopian uffair.and
congress was loudly called lor, to
aid the proper celebration of our one
hundredth birth-day as a nation. The
friendly leelings exhibited by the whole
world, with whom we are at peace,
early gave assurance to the managing
directors, of the ultimate success of the
Centennial exhibition. As we look over
the 4 j0 acres of that part of Fairmount
Park devoted to the Centennial, and
the miles of magnificent buildings in
which are crowded the productions of
the world, and the daily assemblage of
an hundred thousand persons, can we
say that the great fair, which comment
orates our Nation's birth, and w Inch has
awakened new interest in that memor
able event, the signing of the declaration
of our Independence, Is a failure? We say
The Great Ft. Wayne and Pennsylva
nia Railway Line have brought into re
quisition all of their new, elegant, costly
and luxurious Hotel, bleeping and
Drawiug-Koom Pullman Palaces, to ac
commodate visitors. '1 he tracks of this
favorite, short and most ditect line, lead
directly Into their New Centennial
Depot, a convenience appreciated by
all. It must be remembered that nootker
iw l runs their sleeping ears into Phila
delphia direct, without change. The re
duced rates created by the railroad war
has made the fares about one-half ol the
regular tariff. Bound trip Ceuieunial
ticket, good for tfxiy days, with privil
ege rf stopping off at any point, may be
purchased over the Ft. Wayne Penn
sylvania Railway. (2)
l.eaiber Hud riudiuica.
At ihe store roo'U or i . ivocn, on
Commercial avenue. No. 5M), below Sixth
slreet, may le found a full assortment of
leather and findings: also a large FtocK
f SI. Louis custom made ImmjU and
shoes. I le also keeps on hand u good as
sortment r boot, shoes, etc., of hid
own make. Boots and Ehoe made to
order of first-class material and suiislu
tion guaranteed. u-21-tf
This popular aloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, U open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wiucs, choice liquors and the llitrst
brands of cigars.
'J-iVtf A. Kbai s, Proprietor.
Cairo, Ii lixoh. l
Thursday Evening, July 20, 1S76.
Since Monday business has been quiet
in all branches ot the market. The heat
has been excessive and very depressing,
and to keep cool Is an impossibility
which no one seems able to overcome.
Merchants, like other people, set and
swelter, not seeming to care whether
school keeps or not. The only trade
that .shows any activity at present
is in Ice, and dealers In this article are
having an excellent season. The rivers
at this point arc on the decline.
There has been very little change In
the flour market. The receipts have been
very light, and under a fair trade stocks
have been reduced considerably. Choice
grades are very scarce in the hands of
commission men, while medium grades
are also disappearing pretty fast, leaving
the market in a good condition for
There is only a light local demaud for
hay, not a round lot sold having come
under our observation since Monday.
The market Is overstocked.
Corn Is quiet. A decline in prices in
St. Louis and Chicago having taken
place, dealers here are doing very little.
The receipts have been light and the
supply is limited but equal to the de
mand. Receipts ot oats have been light.
There Is not much in the market, but
what is here answers fully to satisfy the
Meal and bran are plenty and dull.
City meal Is quoted at $2 30; country at
$2 20. Bran is quoted at f 10.
The butter market is very quiet. There
is an ample supply, while the demand is
light. The bottom has fallen out ol the
egg market; there is an overstock, and
no demand. Poultry is coming in freely,
and there is a good supply, with only a
moderate demand. The small fruit busi
ness ha "quit." The only truit coming
in are blackberries, which are peddled
about the streets, and old at prices that
hardly pay for picking them.
Tomatoe are in active demand, at $2
fic-Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Choice and medium grades are scarce
and in good demand. Low grades are
quiet. Sales noted were 200 bbls. vari
ous grades, city. $ 4uS 60; 100 bbls. vari
ous grades, f I 60(27; 100 bbls. various
grades, $4 SOIo 60; 200 bbls. various
grades, $3(50 50; 200 hhl". various
grade?, $3 DCKWJ 25.
The market is overstocked, while the
demand Is comparatively nothing. No
sales were reported.
The supply Is limited. The demaud
is light, and a decline In prices Is antici
pated. The onlv sale noted was that of
1 car white in bulk, 4Cc.
This market is very quiet. The supply-
is lieht but enual to the demand. We
note the sale of 1 car Galena, In sack
Country and city meal is in good sup
ply and dull. The demand is very light
We note the sale of 100 bbls city, $2 30 ;
100 bbls country, $2 20.
Bran is plenty aud dull, uud selling fit
$10. No sales were report!.
The demand for butter is very light.
Only choice finds sale. The market is
well supplied. We note the sale of 10
packages Southern Illinois. IjQICjc ; 4
packages choice Southern Illinois, ISc ;
2 packages, 15c; 350 lbs Northern,
lS20c; 290 lbs Southern Illinois,
Large quantities of eggs have been re
ceived here within the past few days, lor
which there is no sale, and they are rot
ting fast. We note the sale ot 300 dozen
Receipts of spring chickens have been
liberal lor the past few days, and the
market Is well supplied. The demand is
fair. We note the sale ot 2 coops $2 00.
Tomatoes are in active demand at $2
HIDES AND FURS.
Ft'KS Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; Xo. 3 $1 ; Xo. 4 50e. Otter Xo.
l$0;Xo. 2 $4; Xo. 3 $2; Xo. 4 $1.
Mink Xo. 1 SI : Xo. 3 73o: So. 3 00c;
Xo. 4 10c. Raccoon Xo. 1 70c ; Xo. 2
40o , Nu. 3 20c , v, 4 lOt. kuuk Ho.
I85c Xo. 3 00c; Xo. 3 30c; Xo. 4 15c.
Fox Gray Xo. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 75c ; Xo. 3
60o ; red fox Xo. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 75c.
Opossum No. 1 10c ; Xo. 2 8 ; Xo. 3,
5c. Muskrat-Xo. 1 20c ; No. 2 15o ; Xo.
3 10c. Bear Xo. I $10; Xo. 3 $7 Xo. 3
$3; Xo. 4$1. Wolf Mountain Xo. 1
$2 50; Xo. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 f 1 ; No. 4 75c;,
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 2j ; No. 2 50c,
Wild at 25c. House Cut 10c. Badger,
Shlu' Puis Green 73c Q $1 25 ; dry
40 90c shearings 10 20c.
We quote salt in car load lots. $1 60 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 200 bbls, $1 50.
, We quobi Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut, $J; delivered ir
load per U". lump, $3 50; uut,$2 75;
delivered per slnglo ton, lump, $1; nut
3 25; Rauni or Harrl-bnig coal on
rack per load, lump, $2i' ; nut, $1; de
livered per ln- M ' Pittsburg coal
car loads on track. $5 50 per ton .; single
not, delivered, $0.
Lyon' Katiisiron make beautiful
glossy, luxuriant bair ; prevents Its fall
lmr out or turning irray. It has stood the
test of 40 jr ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has uorivaL 3-10-dAwly
iuljr tfl Is7ti j
tTATIOlf. LOW WATCH. I f MANOR.
rr. tit. rr. w.
airo . S2 a 2
1'ittnbiirir 4 h i
Cincinnati U ', ,-,
LniiinTille . 7 2 X
NsnliTiile ,1 2 ii ,
St. ItiiB ? 4 n
hraiisvillf V ii ti :
Mi-Iliilu ... si; in 2
Yli ktlmrii a ii ,i
New Urlrum r .1 n i
Below high water of 174.
Rerfrninf, Signal ivrTire, f. s. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Glencoc, St. Louis.
" -Etna ami barges, Cincinnati.
City of Vleksburg, Vicksburg.
" Nail City and tow, Ohio.
' Andy Baum, Memphis.
Polar Star, tow, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
" Glcncoe, New Orleans.
" .Etna and tow, St. Louis.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
' Nail Ity and tow, St. Loui.
' Andy Baum, Cincinnati.
" Polar Star and tow, Ohio river.
The Fisk bad a very light trip from
The Glencoc passed down without
landing, having a full load, and wanting
The Nail City passed down with a
tow of three barges of salt for St. Louis.
The -Etna had three barges of miscel
laneous freight for St. Louis.
The City ot Vicksburg came up
from Vicksburg and Memphis with a
good trip. She discharged here 150
bales of cotton, made light additions and
The Andy Baum had a very fair
trip tif freight and people lor Cincinnati.
--The new boat .lames W. Goff, lo
take the place of the .lames D. Parker in
the Cincinnati and Memphis trade, has
made her trial trip at Cincinnati. Bob
Wise will command. Her length is 230
feet; beam, 37 feet; hold, 5 feet. She has
two boilers, 44 inches in diameter and 24
feet long, with 10 Hues. Her cylinders
are 10 Inches in Jiametcr. Her wheel is
21 feet in diameter, 21 feet long with IS
inch buckets. She has 30 state rooms.
SiHKt I A1. NOTK EN.
Valuable Property For tnlo.
The property at the corner of Twentieth
street and Washington avenuu, now occu
pied nv r. llealy as a drni; store, ror
terms, etc., apply to Dk. 11. Wakiinrh.
Adm'r. ei-tate Louis .lorgenson, dee'd
Ileiilenrp llont for
The undersigned will sell a residence
boat, now moored in the Ohio river opt
Mte Pat. Corcoran' hoarding house. The
boat is well litleu up lor a cjmforuble
residence, the cabin hein thirty-iiva feet
in length by twelve in width, and the hull
lorty leetby twelve. The boat will be sold
at a low pme on reasonable teruit. In
nilire at Mr. Mete.alfa grocery, opposite the
court house, or at Mrs. tialaan'a near the
convent. SIkh. Mary (1 alai;aN.
Will be received ut my othVe until ft o'clock
1. M. of Fridav, July a I, 1 sTi tr the
inoval of all slops uud garbuxe trom the ho.
tels and private reidinces ot the city fnra
period oimueut iu July 2-nd, and cihHi.u
October lt. raid rttiiovuls to be made
once each day during early morning or lute
in the evenimr. (Sundays excepted) the
whole to tie done unilcr tne supervision
the Health OlUcer. The city reserve; the
ritrut to reject nnv or all tmis.
Mas. w. si ewart.
7--;U City Clerk
E. F. liunkel'a Itiller Wiuc or Iron
has never been know n to fail in tho cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion. Ions ot memorv. Oiih-
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
or disease, west, nervous trembling, dread
ful ho-rorof death, night sweats, cold feet
weakness, diDiness of vision, languor, uni
versal lasMtuue ot tne muscular avdein.
enormous appetite with, dyapeptio syinp
tows, hot hands, tlmdiinir of the body. dry.
ness of the skin, pallid couulenaro and
eruptions on tne lace, purity ins tne blood,
pain in tne baric, Heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequeut black spots Uyiug before the eyes
with tenipjrary utli-ion and loss cf eight,
want of attention, etc. These symptoms
nil arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only'E. F. Kunkel's.
beware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, dru
L'ists themselves make an imitation and try
to palm it off on their customers, when thej
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kuukel'a bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in 1 bottles, and has yellow wrapper
nicely put oo the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper ot
each bottlo. Always look for the photo
graph on tho outside, and you will always
be cure to get the genuine. One dollar pel
bottle, or six for $5. tiold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy I in seat and bloiuacb V onus.
Dr. Kuukel, the only succewdul physician
who removes Tape Worm io two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches thut il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can raiiy
uc-imucu. .-eou iui I'ucuiur iu iir. ivun
kel, Nb. 2')0 North Nluth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your dniKlst and a.k
for a bottU of Kunkel's Worm Svrup.
Price, fl.oO, It never tails.
low To Make Honey.
We will state that the surest, best and
speediest w ay to multiply and inc. ease''
is to cull at No. 12 Wall street. New Yoik,
and consult with Alex Frothintrham & Co,
These penlleuieo, who have Ion beeu
tdeelided with the history and a if sirs of
Wail street, are unusually skilled iu nione
tary affairs, and la everything-appertaining
to speculation, ure unexcelled for ability
and pioticieiicy. It may also be said that
ut the inauy Broker iu that city Ihey are
not only the most popular, but al.-o the
most nucceaMul, best pulrouiied, and most
widely known iu or near tho vidniiy i f
Anion r the customers ot l ho house of
Alex Frotbingham & Co., are somo o our
leadiug and representative citizens, who
are mainly indebted to the labors of this
Di m lor much of the wealth they now eujoy,
Durluir the Ijntf and hiiecessful expii
icuce ol Messrs. Alex. Frothinghaiu A. Co.,
iu this city they have earned for themselves
au enviable reputation for honesty, iuten
rity an I laith, and enjjy a business almost
eol. al la its proportions. It) fad, the
auiountof business done by this houi-e in
the course of a year is something wonder
ful, and oltea lorins the subject of caui
ineul. It need but a visit to their spacious
e dices la Wall street to prove the truth of
the above statement.
How they mantle to eonvett f 10 to $-0,
t to 40, W Into 80, and so on, Is a
secret which they alone rau explain ; hut
thai they succeed in doing so ts a laci too
well knows ts admit of doubt. II you
weu!d aalely anil profitably Invent your
money, ao not neonate to tavor mis nrui
with your cast) and coutlJence. That by ut
doing yon will reap snsbund int reward,
thu experience of ttioumJ of our bct
citizens attest. The noresMiy of taking
ucli a eon r-n in Ihew times of t iltcring
Imnks anil tinnnelsl stringency mnl ho an.
I nrent to the most imlilTcrcnt .and cirelrM
Merv Alex. Frntliintlistn & Co.. r
prepared to invet money to anv airout.t la
the best se-urittes, and in every ti. inac
tion in wlilrhtliry may be pnitai'cil guar
antee en'iro Mtla'nctlo'n to Uio-c who honor
niPin iisi their p:itonaire.
X "Spnd for their Explnnforv Circular
ninl Weekly lleporii, whi. h they mail free
to nil who doMre l-ftn.-ft V r.
rr, p,,i;, April it!, 17(1, 7-lS-en(:!mv
4 enlonnlnl r.riirlonila.
Will, of cnur-e, wi-h to nee all the slalits
com'ortaMv and ehenply. To this end the
CANADA SOI TIIKKN P.'Y COMPANY
has, tbroiizh its ronnectinna in tne Wes
and Northwest, n'aeed on sale a lirrn
number of TortttsTs' f:xcvnto.v TtcKaTS
a' irrea'ly r. du ;ed rates, by which paisen
Kcrs cm not o. y viit the Centennial Kx-
bibitioit at l'hil.-ulf Iphia. but can, in addit
ion, Nit the principal tai-tern eities, wiih an
opportunity ' l stopping at any ol the great
number of famous retorts In New York
uud !nr; lviinii. The CANADA SOI' TH-
EI1X is the only line from the went runbioj
direetly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ol the MIOI1TY CATARACT.
HOKE Mtoi; FALL, the GltKAT
MAPI DS. ar.d bin Jim; tliBtn directly at the
Fall. I lie t,ai 1; ofllie CANADA OL'IH-
F.KN i.s an air line, laid with steel rails o
Ihe heat ici-t pattern ; there are no curves
or grades: wood is used tor fuel; Cone lit
sre lurrd-hed wbh Hie Wlncbell Patent
Ventilator, ensui ii tr prefect fr.'f d ni from
du. Wi'h its coinplete sy.-tcin of mapnif-
cent TAliLOIt MKKPIN AND IR.W-
ING ROOM CARS from CHICAGO.
DETROIT AND TOLEDO, and its admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALLS
AND Itl'FFALO with tho NEW YORK
C ENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, Ihe
Cnnada Southern is fat becoming the
FAVORITE LI N K TO TtlE EAST. Tickets
via Ibis popular line can be procured at all
oillces of .-onnectinit linri, or at the com
Acy information on be obtained by Ml
hessii;.,' FRANK E. .'SOW,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't. Dnisoir.
HKRKAS ThomaB SulliTan, by bis certain
sle iiiortiraire. ilulv eNecoted. delivai-ed
snd reconlrd, iu tne iTciinWsiMliprof Alrr.in
rlr county, "lule of Illinois, in Hoik. ","
I'aite t u, ilnl convey to the uiiUer-ufnil 1,-nao
w sloer, (n'hich saet nuii'tgaye hours datp the
first (1st) i!t of Novemtier, A. IST.-d , the
Ii illow ins" ilertcritH'l rtwl ei-tute, I yitiar anil lw-ina-in
theritvof Uiiro, eonnlv (if Alexander.
and Mule of Illinois, 1.,-wit: 1Ot liuniliercii
thiity-eijrht (.in), in lilork nunibvred mty-lour
i i , io ureiiir me payment ni uin Cfruiin proin
issory note Ijearinf! even date with snidmiirt
liae. fur Ihe uni of sixty oo-lou dollars, with
interest at the rata of ten per cent per annum
from date, until paid Anil whereas, the said
Thomns Sullivan having made Uefuult In the
payment nf the innr.ey so secured to lie paid as
Hlurer-aiil; now. thelorc, 1, the undtisiuned
luortaiiee at'orenid, under and virtue of the
niorUraire ulore-iiid, lien by wive notice that I
will, oh Satiinluy, the I'.'th day ot Augtii-t. at
the Iimiiv ol t o'clock, n, in . A. H., IsT.,. ill at
public vendue to the lilv'l.cr t hidder for euh,
ut the front loor ol' the court hu?e, in the city
ol l aim, eountv of Alexander aud Mnieof Illi
nois. Ihe le.ii estate so conveyeil to hint by the
said niortrfuor. Terms of ie l ash iu hand.
si Ai WAI.L'KR, Mort?ari'e.
l uiro. Ills.. July Iclh, laTtl. ;-l-dtd.
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Dear Old "Yankee DoodI:
It tinat U the heart al the pooler Oif tv
Ut aUtk it aur u-l hat (toa. as tUiit i.
ate eltirtii Btarckttlt.aauouo Ka.t
liaakiure a (rand ans! MUarlji nres'uc el art
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uia. la eepi la a In chr9a, n4 (Ikxtld tuVi
alHsal ry Assartut Iiob'.
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