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J. G. LYNCH'S
Real Estate Column
A lexander county lands, Cairo lots,
exchange for St. I.otil pmerfy.
The sooth hull of the "I'ilot" house at
flood" two Rfory brick store room on
CommcrdAl , aveune between Eleventh
-First floor of brick dwelling corner
Mutter tihtf nd 1'oplar streets.
ahsotilwl fixture", southwest corn
er Eighteenth , Mreet ami Commercial
iVcuue, at 'a papain.
Cottars onrTwt lllli str. t t. wist ol
'oiumerclal avenue, $10.
Dwelling liour on Cross street, wes
Two.buslneas ,Ihwi' on l,cvce Mrcct,
abnve Fljfhth, J20 each.
A jfooJ cottage On Twenty-Ninth
tteet, near Commercial avenue,
Store room oirCoiiimcrclul avenue,
i. xtto Waverly hotel, J10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on T vvt-1 1 1 y-t Ii i r I
trcct, and 1 1 ol brook avenue fO. Good
yan! and cistern.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplarstreets, 12 50.
Store room adjoining kjjqve, 1.
Stairs of otise on Commercial av
nue, near lOCli street. Suitable for
business and Jw tiling, $.".
Tenements numbered 8 and H,
Winter's Kow, 5 rooms each for $10
r month. Will ,nt in tlrt.-eJas
Orphan Asylum building and premi-.
es. IN-nt low, to a (food t h int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, f!2a month.
Booms in various parts ot the eity.
Lands, In tracts to unit, m-jir Cairo.
Parish School Notice
The next term of the Parish Schoo
will begin Monday, September -JLli, am
eontiuiieiu K,lonKixteen wei'V'j. Term.
Kljrht Dollars lor the Heioii, or lifty
ents pir week always iayaui.k in
aovanck. There will tc no extra tharj,'
for any study except for the Htudy of
music. For Instruction In vocal and in
struinental muic, the valuable wrviivsg of
Mrs. O. W. Henderson have been secured
The euewss of the school has been ku1i
that the Iteetor deems it best to state
that only a limited number of pupil can
!e accommodated. He will receive thoe
who apply first for admission. lie prom
is to all thorough intrtiction in the
eouunon Knglit-h ttudiuf, in the higher
mathematied, the natural sciences am
uNo in Latin and Greek.
Ciiaki.k.s A. Cii.io.hr,
GREAT KEDVCTION IH RATE!
T Ilie Ontrnninl. !. Illluuis (
trnl Knllrnl. 'Ilir l.reHt tlr l.lnr
Cairo to New York. !'. 00
" " lMiiUlclphia, 17 75
" iiallnnore, 17 .Hi
" Waftliingtoti. 17 50
l a.ssengeM by Own line have choice of
routes, vi.L Cincinnati, ImliuuapolN, or
Clm ago. The only i inb running two
imo oaii.y ikains from Cairo ..r all
liints Ka-t. Kates always as low as any
other routr, and time a.s quii k.
.Ias. Johnson, (ii-neral Agent.
J.li..lo.Ms Ticket Agent. 8-l:t-Jt.
The New York Store wlls
! lbs A sugar far... $
4 " H)du
StHrch in packages, 6 cents per In.
14 pounds I.'io coffee tor 1
'A los choice rii for
J boxes iM-st lye for
Kverythinjj eheap at the old stand.
Uo lu I hp Mouitlitiiia tf oloratiii
by the Atchi on, Topeka and Santa Fe
lUilroud, Die new and o,u!ar line from
Atchison and Kaifas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to I'ueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe anil all points in Colorado, Now
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $'50, allow iug
. top-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, and at Colorado Spring!,
Manltoii and 1 'ike's Peak. Low emi
j'tatit rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri Itiver and Jtocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
Ivnvcr and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables and the San
Juan liuide," address,
T. J. Andkusox,
77. I'arnt. Agl.,
7-1 Mf TuiiihA, K a.
We will deliver our best lump coal on"
C. and V. IL It. track lu Cairo at $:10 per
ear load of
1U J-.LVK TON'S.
This coal has no hi'i-kkiok for grates
und household uses generally.
Address all orders lor coal to
Jamks A. Vui.1. it Co.,
Single cord $3 50
Five ;ord lots 3 23
I'OAl. l'AHAlISK AND linj MUl'DY :
Single ton $;i 50
'I'hriHj 3 25
Five 3 00
hders for stove wood will promptly
Hlicd. A choice lot of kindling 011 hand
y c. w. W11KE1.KK&C0.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street aud Washington avenue, U open to
the public. The bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice liquor and the tlnet.t
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jos.Roxkker, Prop'r.
AH JfOIHC EMr.MTH.
We are authorised to announce ,?itiv II,
KOIII.nson asaranUhlalefur Sheriff of Alex-
aiKlcreouiity, at the coining county election.
We are auUiorin-rl to announce that It. A. Rd-
nniniliHin is an lndetadcnt Ketnibllaan candi
date tur Sheriff, m the ruining coaetv el tion.
We arc authorised to announce PETER Si A UP,
nir iin inocpcniicnt ramnuaro ror sneritTur Al
exander county, at the ensuing county duclioa.
HATKM or Anl'ERTINIMG.
f"AU bill fur advertising, arc due and pay
able in Abvm a
Transient advertising will lie inserted at tha
rat' of tl 0 per sipiare fur I lis 11 ml inii-rtiin
ami v (nli fur each suh-e-pient one A lihora)
discount will li made on standing ami dlspl
For inserting funeral notice tl 00 Notice ot
meeting of aoclcth-s or nw ri'l orders Monlii for
Church, Society, Festival ami Supper notices
will only be inserted aa advertisements
No advertisement will tie received at less ttmn
)') cents, and no nv rtiwrnHMt will Ik in-f rt 1
fur IfMtlmn tlin-e 'lolliiu mt month
t Local Bualneaa Notluaa, of
len iincia or tuore. inaxrieu
in the Builatin aa follow :
Cotnmn eCountintf at tan Lines.
On insertion per line ..m A Cents
Two insertions pr tine 7 Cents
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Sis insertions per line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line . 26 Cents
One month per line 35 Cents
No Reduction will be nuule in above
ASCAI.ON I.DIKiK, NO. M.
KriiirM of 1'ytliiae, nveU cvi-ry Krl-
iliiy iukIiI at ImU I.tt-tl rvii, in OtM-
K. llows' iliiil How a.
i lianifllor Conmiamltr.
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low, iiik-Ih eyery 'lliurwiay mclil
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kJ "Uic Hall, liirni-r
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. no. zn...r. ft A. M.
communications in Ma-
on th HMuiml anil
oiirm loinlav of mu:Ii month.
FRIDAY. AfCr.ST is. 1S7C.
luteal Weatlter Mr part.
Caimo. III., Au
7 a ru.
Hfrk'ant, Signal tvrvi.t', f. s. A.
If you need anything in the mu-
fiiral line lntriimone Vinlin -J
r.iMiii- s I
wuiiai oil lliyg, IliaiCI lai, (X.U., tail
at E. &. W. Buder's. Thev keen
the lamest Stock Of Piannn nnH
Oman Ac in thn r!w h!
i. hi ii I
nicy win 9cii m yreaiiy reaucea
rates. Just received new stock.
Cor. 8th and Washington avenue.
I. '!! InrMsrrnlia.
Those were gracious drops that fell
the shower of yesterday noon.
J .The Atheneum is being renovated, re-
Iuiuumi, rcscaien ami generally im
hx- ity 'Ircasurcr H. F. Hlake and
lady returned from their wedding tour
1 he next sociable to he eiven bv the
ladies of the Church of the Reedeemer,
will take place at the residence of Dr.
A. J. Warder, a young lawyer and
Miss II it ttie Rucsell, of Hlandville, were
mairied in this city
by Justice Comings
We have a communication from
Harry," dated at Jonesboro.onthecon-
Yiniion matters, which will appear to
morrow, it gives Col. Townea' side of
There was a good attendance at the
sociable given at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. S. P. Wheeler, by the ladies of
the 1 resbyterun church, last evening, It
was a very pleasant and enjoyable affair.
aiayor inter woiil.l have gone to
Anna, with the Radicals on Wednesday.
but his other shirt was in the wash. So
the mayor says. He will probably
make this fact the subject of a comniii-
It-.IL1WI1 LU 1 111. I'l III lll'l I . I
The (Jiifcii of tho Autillas, a lady of
our acquaintance, has honored us by pre.
senttng to us a fan. Sho sent it by ur
friend, Mr. Herman Meyers. He l....
our thanks tor the trouble hi; was put to
In doing us this favor.
t the Planters' yesterday were M. s.
Lceanuson, i.ouisviiio ; s. w. Hcncine,
Dexter, Mo.; W. J.Carroll, West Point,
Ky.; U.S. Hay, Charleston, Mo. ; V.
II. Rend, Hot Springs; Mrs. McKissie,
Rertrand, Mo.; D. U. Shaffer, Pana.
When a colored Republican stands up
on tho street corners and Ii loud in de
claring that if a light is commenced not
tew white men will be killed, he is in
dulging in dangerous language ; aud the
lact mat lie is ilrunk docs not make it
The Cairo and Viuceiincs railroad
company Is having a new tin roof put on
tncir wnan uoat, waicli lies in the Ohio
river at the north end of town. Major
K. W, JIalliday, who is an expert in the
management of undertakings of this
kind, Is superintending the work.
Mr. John A. Poor who went west In
search of fortune has returned to Cairo.
He says times are better here, dull as
they are, than they are anywhere else,
so far as bis Information and experience
have plvpn him Knowledge of the matter.
We arc glad he has returned, aud hope
he may get a thousand lionsei to build
Wc had a call yesterday morning from
Jim Orange, lie calls the man who
pays he threatened to split Hosier' head
with a club, a liar. If we wero as big
as .lesse Mallallie. ami wo were the
man who told that story on Jim, we'd
put a head on that same Jim if it took all
N. B. Jenkins, Louiville ; Ii. H. Stern,
Cincinnati W. S. Lielert, Cincinnati;
J.C. Clarke, Chicago; II. C. Fisher,
New Orleans ; Wm. K. Moore, Cincin
nati; II. 1. Miller and wile, aud Misses
Katie aud I telle Miller, Frost, Tenn
li. c. .Miller, .lAckson, ienn., were
among the arrival at the St. Charles yes
Deputy SheriU John Sheeban yester
day afternoon arrested Jim Orange on a
warrant sworn out by a well known citi
zen, charging Orr.nge with using offen
sive aud ahii-ivc language to his (the
citizen's) wil.-. lie was put into tin
lockup, nml will be given a trial to-day,
being too drunk when arrested to be
taken into the court room.
The Thirty-ninth annual convention of
the Diocese ol Illinois, will lo held lu
'hicago, commencing Tuesday, Septem
ber 12th, in the Cathedral church ol
Saints peter and Paul. The dcleirates
who will represent the church of the l!e-
decmer ol this city in the convention are
Messrs. II. 11. Catidee, C. Pink, M. F.
(iilhcrtand Dr. c. W. Dunniti!:.
Wm. MeKander, a trcutleman residing
on Llcventli Mn-et. between Walnut and
Cedar streets, yesterday swore out a war
rant before Judge Hros, ngain-t a wo
men named Smith, charging her with
threatening to burn down hit houc.
Mrs Smith wasanested and taken before
Judge Hross for trfal,and convicted of
the charge. She was put under bonds
in the sums ol three hundred dollars to
keep the peace for three months.
Mr. Wm. i '. Mulkey, we are told, will
start out on Motiday to canvass the
county. Mr. Mulkey is a candidate for
re-election to the ofllee of states attor
ney, ami as he has male a gooil and
faithful servant to the people of Alexan
der, we have no doubt that they will
again launch upon him the responsibili
ties ot that position. Mr. Mulkey's op
ponents will be Justus It. Cunningham
and Lawyer Shaver, both talented men.
Alex Iluckner, complained to Judge
Hross yesterday that Professor Henry
Uritton was the owner of a very uncivil
dog, which same animal had severely bit
him, and he therefore, betore the brute
could do other persons harm, wanted to
make allldavit against him, and have
him sent to the place where all good dogs
go. .itiiige Hross did as Alex requested,
and the critter will be killed, notwith-
stiinUui"' Professor Henry swears he
'0, McKeaig should not permit his
WKrH to Indulge In the business of in
timidation. The postmaster ought to
know that he should not allow anv o
his retainers o threaten Democrat"
white or colored, or to insult them
upon the streets. Jle ought to bK
careful to not forget, that white
and colored Democrats have right
w hich the colored Republicans ot Cairo
must respect , and that his policy of in
timiuation is hort-sightel. lie ean
handle his men, ii he will.
Mr. Clark, of Chicago, chief engineer
tor the Illinois Central railroad company
is in the city. We are informed that Mr,
Clark is here for the purpose ot select
ing a piece of ground between Cairo aud
Mound ity, for the location of the build
ings and depot of the Illinois Central
railroad, it being the intention of the
company, ow ing to the late decision of
Judge Raker, to move their depot out of
the city. How much truth there is in
statement we are not prepared to
say, but it is considered
a very unlikely
story by many.
Jim Orange denies that he made threats
against Hor-icr, the colored Democratic
stump orator. He says the man who
says he said a word about Ro.-dcr ol
threatening nature is a great liar. We
are glad to learn that this colored agita
tor disclaims any intention to use intimi
dation i i the present canvass, because it
Is very desirable that peace between the
races tdiould be preserved. The Demo-
crats are determined to not interfere w ith
the colored Republicans in the exercise
of their right to talk and vote lor Hayes,
and they will not permit black rowdies
to intimidate the men w ho wish to sup
port Mr. Tilclen.
ui. i cici ,-cii, we are reiiaoiy in-
Mor"U - 'd, will shortly commence erecting
a large brick building on the vacant lot
adjoining the hardware store of Mr.
Henry on Commercial avenue, bi-tween
s,'v,',llu Kighth street. The build
lug, upon its being completed, will lc
taken possession of bv Messrs. Thistle.
wood and Illukle. who will oceunv it n
a tobacco warehouse. This is the third
bouse we have been informed U to be
built for these gentlemen, but this time
there is no mistake about it, for we have
our Information from Mr. Thistlewood,
w ho tells us the contract tor the building
has already been signed.
About lour weeks ago, a colored gen
tleman named Felix Watkins became
displeased with the manner m which Liz
zie Carter and Hattie- King, two colored
ladles, treated him, aud he gave each of
them what is iiow commonly called
"a thumping." Ho theu proceeded to
leave town, with tho Intention ot remain
ing away until Lizzie aud llattlo had for
gotten his mistreatment, w hen ho would
return and all would be serene. Ou
Wednesday he came back, but his two
Victims, contrary to his calculations,
had not glveu up their desire for ven
geance. They had Felix arrested, and
Justice Comings lined him five dollars
and costs, aud he now lingers in the cal
aboose, lie will stay seveu day.
Col. Hen W iley's meeting at Wlnteri'
block last evening, didn't pan out Tery
well, . fob McKeaig tried to ring the
boys up, hut Rill Scott was out of town,
and he was at a loss lor a pard. to help
him out. After waiting until nine
o'clock, a very liitle crowd ot
the good and loyal Republicans assem
bled, and led Hen forward to make his
talk. lie had been disappointed, he said.
He had come to Cairo with the expecta
tion of a hlresslng the Hayes and Wheel
er club, ami clearing up to their entire
satisfaction the charges that had been
made by the opposition papers of the dis
trict. Hut through some cause ttie
proper arrangements were neglected, and
his calculations had failed to pan out
as he desired. For him to speak In the
open air on this occasion would be an
impossibility, but at some future time he
would take great delight in making
a long tpeetfi to his many Republican
friends. That was about all. Judge
llird was called for, but cxcued himself
with a few remarks, aud the very little
crowd went as they had come, without
the least noise, and without even making
Hen's heart glad bv a single cheer.
harles Arter has purchased the right
of Alexander county for the patent iron
and crimper. This is an article no family
can afford to Ik without. It obviates the
necessity of fire for healing the iron;
and, using only one, no time is Iot in
waiting for it to become heated. Dur
ing all the time it is in use it is alwavs In
condition to do work. Resides the ordi
nary iron, it has a No a crimping iron and
shirt-bosom smoother attached. For
the crimper and without the
double iron connected with it. as much
money iniit be paid as for this whole
iron; ami then, in addition to the cost of
the crimper and smoother, irons must
lie purchased ami a hot and expensive
lire kept up while the work of ironing is
being done. This iuirenious Iron dis
penses with fire, obviates all delay in the
work, and is truly an indispensiblc article
in the laundry. Call on Mr. Arter, atL.
II. Mi-res' store for further nartlcnhiri.
The Cairo .S' o has learned, what any
man who w as upon the streets yesterday
might have learned, that there is dissat
isfaction among the Republicans of Cairo,
growing out ot the Anna convention, as
well as among Cairo Democrats, on ac
count of the action of the convention
held at Jonesboro. Rut the coalition
proposed by the .V,t will not cure the
disaffection in either party. Nine-tenths
of the Republicans ot the district will
stand by the party nominees. We have
no intimation lrom t i e friends of Messrs.
Townes and Albright ot any purpose to
ignore the action of the convention held
at Jonesboro. Hence the coalition sug
gested by the .Vi means this, and noth
ing less; To bring together, in support
of a third ticket, a very few Republicans
and a considerable number of Democrats.
and by that means create, at least a prob
ability, of the election of the Anna tick
et. Wc await with some impatience the
suggestion of means that will restore
harmony in the Democratic household ;
but the suggestion must come from a
Democratic source, and not lrom Repub
ieans, as the coalition suggestion has
The people of Cairo, w ho have been so
anxiously wishing for the passage of the
$30,000 appropriation for the improve
ment of the Mississippi at this place, will
be a little dashed thrown into some
doubt by the message of President
Grant on the river and harbor bill. Rut
we have no doubt our appropriation is
for a national purpose. Even President
Grant will understand this, and will
permit the $:W,000 to be expended at this
place. The president says :
'lu allixing my signature to the river
and harbor appropriation bill, No. 3,022,
I deem It my duty to announce to the
house of represent ati?es my objection to
some of the features of the bill, and the
reason w hy 1 sign it. If it was obliga
tory upon the executive to expend "all
the money appropriated by congress, 1
eiiouhi return the river aud harbor bill
with my objections, notwithstanding th
great inconvenience to public interests
lesimiNg inererrom, nnu the loss ot ex
i-imiiuns iium iiiu previous congress
upon incomplete works. Without enum
erating, mauy appropriations are made
ior work ot purely a private or
local lnterist. in no sense national. I
cannot five uiv sanction tn tins nn,i
will take care that during my term of
uiue.; no uuuiie money shall beexjiended
on them. There is a very great neces
sity ior economy of expenditures at this
time, growing out t the loss of revenue
likely to arNe from a deficiency ot ap
propriations to insure a thorough collec
tion of the same. The reductiou ot reve
nue districts, diminution of special agents,
and total abolition ot supervisors, may
result in a great falllng-oll of the revenue.
It may be a question to consider whether
any expenditure can be well authorized
under the river and IiufU,
tion. further tha II life hmlivt WAI'L .Imu.ln
done and paid for. Cnder no circum
stances will 1 alltw expenditures not
Lent her nncl Fintliiiua lor;nali.irH-
...... wmvw m miT noiu III IHirU.
1 will from this date sell leather and
findings cheaper than ever before offered
in ( 'airo.
Rest Cincinnati oak sole 40cts.Ib
Howard's best slaughter
leather 31 to 32
All other leather and tludings In pro
portion. No. 00 Commercial avenue, !e
tween Fifth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois. Roots and shoes made up in the
latest styles, and ot the best material aud
good workmanship. Hoots and shoes at
reduced prices. Ami only tho the best
St. Louis custom-made and mv nun
make of boots and shoes will be sold.
UlifiiiirMl llye Worke.
Office corner Fight street and Com
mercial avenue, in Reisers building.
Silks, Wool, half Wool Shawls, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyed, cleaned, re
paired aud put In thorough order. Satis
8-8-dlm F. Scuicim & Co.
J. liKORGK STEINUOl'SK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get ft
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave'
or anything else In the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair rut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Lvon'a KaTrutRox tnAkc bcautifu
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y car. Is charmingly perfumed
and has noriva). 3-10-dAwly
Cairo, Ii m-sou, y
Thursday Kvenlng, Aug. 17th, 17C.
Since Monday there has been nothing
of unusual importance transpiring in busi
ness circles here. Everything Is very
quiet, in fact dull, and the merchants,
though not failing for the w ant of faith
in the idea that a glorions reverse is not
far distant, are yet anxiously awaiting
that good time to come. The weather
since our last Issue has been Intensely
hot. To-day, however, or rather this
afternoon, It Is cool and pleasant, a splen
did shower, accompanied by thunder and
lightning having visite-l this section,
which has made pleasant and purified
greatly the air. The rivers arc rising at
Cincinnati and St. Louis, and are also
going up slowly at this point.
1 he situation iu the Hour trade has
change somewhat. At the time of our
last report the market was quiet, though
a fair business was being transacted.
Since that time, however, there has lieen
a decided falling off in the demand, and
the market is now dull, with full stocks
of all except low grades that will sell at
from $3 60 to $f 50. These are scarce.
The Southern order trade is exceedingly
Hay is plenty and dull. There is no
demand for any kind, and shippers are
very backward in buying new, unless
they can get it at very low figures.
Grain is very quiet. There Is very lit
tle dtynand lor oats, and the supply,
though receipts are very light, is
sutllcieiit for all wants. Dealers hold
sacked at 3233c. At the mills there i.s
an urgent demand for choice white corn
iu bulk, suitable for milling purposes,
but there is very little In the market, and
the dealers are holding fast to It, refusing
to sell tor less than 47 cents in bulk,
while the millers offer 45 cents. Outside
of this the demand is light.
There is a scarcity of city meal owing
to the inability of millers to get white
corn. ( 'ountry Is also searce, and selling
at $2 25. What city there meal is in the
market is held at $2 40. Rran is plenty
The receipts of butter siuce Monday
have been heavy, and the market Is
greatly overstocked. The weather Is In
tensely hot, and the demand is conse
quently very light. Many ot the eggs
that are arriving are in very bad condi
tion, and several sales have been re
jected. Fresh will sell readily. The
poultry market Is fairly supplied. There
has been a slight decline in the prices of
old liens. Spring chickens are in more
active demand. Peaches are coming In
to the market, but they are nearly all of
an Inferior quality and sell slowly at 50
cents per jmjx. The market is now be
ing w holly supplied with apples from
country wagons, aud there is very little
demand lor any kindexcept choice eating
fciTOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here giyeu are usually lor
sales from first hands In round lots. In
tilling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
This market is very quiet. The mar
ket is well sipplled with all except low
grades, of which there is a scarcity. The
sales uoted were 400 bbls various grades,
$3 506 00 ; 100 bbls various grades,
$3 50(2;C 50; 050 bbls various grades city,
$3 WXjS 50 ; 300 bbls various grades,
$3 oOgrt 40.
This market is quiet with a good sup
ply and very light demand. We note
the sale of 1 car new heated, $1 25 per
bale ; 1 car choice new, $10 00.
There Is an active demand for choice
white corn in bulk, at the mills. Mer
chants are doing very little with the arti
cle. We note the sale of 1 car white, iu
bulk, 41c; 1 car white, in sacks, 4!c.
This market is dull, very tew are com
ing In. The demand is very light, aud
the supply is equal to it. We note the
saleot 1 car Southern Illinois, in sacks,
Roth city and country meal are scarce.
City is held at $2 40. Country at $3 25.
There is a fair Jemaud for both.
It It A V.
Rran is iu good supply and dull. The
price Is still $10 00. No sales were re
The weather has been very hot, and
under heavy receipts the market Is heavily
verstoeked. The demand is exceedingly
light. We note the sale of 8 packages
Southern Illinois, l.V; tubs Sou Uiern
Illinois. Ki(u lSc; 5 tubs Soutliern Illinois,
iodise;; 5 tubs Northern, ls20c.
There Is a good demand lor fresh eggs.
Many arriving are iu bad. condition, and
are rejected. We note th e sale of 5 cases,
Old hens have declined. The demand
lor spring chickens is better. The aaies
noted w ere 1 coop old hens, $'.t 25 ; 2
coops spring chickens, $1 50(jY2 50).
Peaches are coming In slowly. 'They
are of au Inferior quality and consequent
ly sell very slowly. We- note the sal i of
10 boxes, 50c, There U no demaud lor
any kind of apples except choice ones
We quote salt In car load lots, $1 SO
ess than car load lota, $1 75. We not e
the sale of 210 bbls salt, $1 00l 70.
Suttp Ptirs Ureeu 75c $1 23 ; dry
40 90c shearings "JO 20c.
Fens Beaver No. 1 $2 50: No. 2
$1 fc); No. 3 $1 ; No. 4 50c. Otter No.
l$0No. 3 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50c;
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk-No.
I f5c No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox-ray-No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
ftOo ; red fox No. 1 $1 No. 2 75c,
Opossum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 8c ; No. 3,
6c. Muskrat-No. 1 20c ; No. 2 15c ; No.
3 10c. Hear-No. I $10 ; No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;,
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50c,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c. Ha Iger
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon or
track, lump, $.1; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton. lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per single ton, lump, $ I; nut
$3 25; R aunt or Harrisburg coal on
track per load, lump, $27 ; nut, $10 ; dc
ivered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal
car loads on track, $5 50 per ton single,
ton, delivered, $l.
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III low tiia-h Wilier of 174
Srifeant, Siirual Mcrvire. t S. A.
Steamer James Fisk. Padueah.
" Southern Belle, Louisville.
" City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
" Andy Raum, Memphis.
D. V. Busklrk, Ohio.
" Kate Dickson, Cincinnati.
" Henry C. Yeager, N. Orleans.
ity of Helena, St. Louis.
Steamer .lames Fisk, Padueah.
" Southern Belle, New Orleans.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
" Andy Raum, Cincinnati.
" Kate Dickson, Natchez.
" Henry Yeager, St. Louis.
City of Helena, St. Louis.
The Kanawha was to leave St. Louis
yesterday for Irouton.
The Katie Dickson, from Cincinnati
for Natchez passed down'yesterday.
The City ot Helena came dow n with
a good trip, aud made light additions
I o Cain, formerly owner and com
inander of the Mary Miller, is clerking
on the Southern Belle.
The Charles Morgan w ill resume her
trips between Cincinnati aud New Or
leans about the first of October.
The Yeager lor St. Louis, City of
Icksburg for St. Louis, Buhkirk tor St
Louis, and Andy Baum lor Cincinnati,
passed this port yesterday.
I he Southern Belie arrived late on
Wednesday night. She is a very pretty
boat, and will go into the New Orleans
and Bayou Sara trade. She is 210 feet
long, 3S feet beam and 8 feet hold ; has 2
boilers, 30 feet long and 42 inches in di
ameter ; 21 2 inches cylinder, 7 ieet stroke.
She has 33 specious and well ventilated
straterooms splendidly furnished, and
her cabin is also beautifully furnished.
She lay here all day yesterday taking on
freight, and was to get away last night.
Will, of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOL'THEUN U Y COMPANY
bas, through its connections in tne We
aud Northwest, placed on sale a large
uumber of Toluists' Excursion Tickets
at greatly reduced rutes, by w iiich passen
gers can not only visit tliel eutemiial Ex
hibition at Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal eat-tom cities, wiib.au
opportunity of stopping at any of the treat
number of famous resort iu New York
and Pennsylvania. The CAN ADA SOUTH
ERN Is the only line from the west running
directly to Niagara Fails, giving passen
fern, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view of the M1UIITY CATARACT,
HOHSESIIOK FALL, the GU1CAT
RAPIDS, and liuuinjj them directly at the
Kails. The track ol the CANADA SOU! II
EUN is an air line, laid w ith steel rails o
the heaviest pattern ; tlire are no curves
or grades; wood is Used lor fuel ; Coaches
are furnished with the Wiiu-hell Patent
Ventilator, eunuring pi elect freedom from
dust. With its complete system of niacin f
eentl'AHI.Oit SLKEI'INW AND DKaW
INU ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AXD TOLEDO, aud Us uUimr
able connections at MAOAIt.V FA1.1.8
AND BUFFALO with tho NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIK RAILWAYS, the
Camilla Southern is fust becoming the
FA V ( K1TE LI N E TO THE EAST. Tickets
via this popular hue can be procured at al
olliecs of connecting huts, or at the com
pan) 'sown ottii-4-s.
Any information enn be obtained lv ad
dressing FRANK E. SNOW,
(ieu'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't. Dsiroi r.
Mow T Moil' none)'.
We will state that the surest, best aud
speediest w ay lu multiply and iucreuoe"
is to call at No. 12 Wall street, New- Voik,
and consult with Alex Frotbinliain i Co,
These gentlemen, who have lorn; be m
idcutilicd w ith the history and utl'airs id
Wall street, are unusually skilled iu mone
tary affairs, aud In everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled tor ability
aud piolicloicy. It may also be said that
ofthemuny Brokers iu that city they are
not only the moni popular, but also the
most successful, best patronled, and must
widely known iu or uear the vlciuity of
Among the customers ot tho house of
Alex Frothinhain & Co., are some of our
leading aud representative citizens, wbu
are mainly iudcl.led to the labors of this
hnu lor much of the wealth they now eu.ioy,
Dtirliiir the Iodic aud successful exper
ience ol Messrs. Alex. Frothinnham & Co.,
iu lids eity they have earned for themselves
an enviable reputation for honesty, luieit
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
colossal im its proportions. In fact, the
amount of butlues done by this house in
tiie course oi a year la something wonder
ful, and often forms the subject of com
ment. It needs but a visit to their spacious
duces in Wall street to prove the truth of
iue aoove suienieui.
How they manare to convert to to 'o
i' to 40, 40 into f so, and so en, V a
secret which they alona ran explain; but
that ttiey succeed In cloln so la a tact t ,o
well known to admit of doubt. It you
would safely and profitably invest, your
money, do not hesitate to favor this Hrm
with your cah and confidence. That by to
oolng you will reap an abundant reward,
the experlenca of thouands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of tnklnn
such a course in these times of tottering
banks and tinanctal stringency must he up
rsrent to the moat Indifferent and careless
Messrs- Alex. Frothtnaham .t Co., are
prepared to invent money to any amount in
the Imst sejurilles, anU in every transac
tion in wlii, b they may be eiiKiiel jtuar.
antee en'ire satisfaction totboso who honor
them with their patronage.
t TTSeml for their Explanatory Circular
ana Weekly Lcpnrts, which they mail free
to all who de-ire them. From X. Y. Mt
rropolti, April pi, m;t. 7-18-eod;im
Sonthern Mm ict of Illinois. SS. AtCairo the
n-th ilay of Aiiiru.ft, A. l. ts;n.
The uni-riL'iip-l hereby gives notice of
his appointraeM as atxiiriiee of Watron II.
Rockwell, Iste of Cairo, in the County of
Alexan-lt r mi l stite ot Illinois, within said
tlistrict. who has been adjudged bankrupt
upon h! own petition bv the riWrict court
01 said dittrict, OEOKUE FISHER,
Aug 17d3w Assignee.
K.I". Hunker Bitter Wine or Iron
has never been known to fail In the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
lul borrorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular sy-item,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, ll.isliitiur of the boly, dry
ness of the skin, pallid eountenared and
eruptions en the face, purifying the blood,
paiu in the hark, heaviness of the eyelids,
frequent black spots Hjing before the eyes
with U-nip.trary sutlisjon and loss of sight,
want ot attention, ete. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, ue E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
lnn. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only'E. F. Kunkel's.
Uewaro of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well known all over the country, druir
prists tiiciiisi-lves make an imitation and try
to sell it ott to their customers, when they
rail for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkei s Hitter vtine of Iron is nut tin
only in $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's pbotoirraph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on tlio outside, and you will always
be suro to got the genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or nix for (5. Sold by druggUts and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy Tin Seat and Stomach Worms.
lr. Kunkei, the only successtul physician
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
alive, with head, and no fco until removed,
inmuioii senso teacues thut II tape Worm
be removed, ail other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun
kei, No. 2.VJ N-.rth Ninth street, Philadel
phia, l'a., or cull on your druggist and ask
tor a Mime or ivunKei s worm svrup.
Price. $1.00. It never tails.
By virtue of an execution to me directed
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the State of Illinois, in
favor of Bernard McManus and against
James A. Fry, 1 have levied upon the tol
lowing described propetty, In Firt Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in the County of
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit :
All of the riuht. title aud interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen (l.'l) in block numbered forty-seven (47)
which I shall otfer at pjbltc sale at the
South-west door of the Court House in the
City ot Cairo, in the County of Alexander
and State ol Illinois, on the fifth day of Oc
tober, A. D., 1S70, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., for cash, to satisfy said ex
ecution. Alkx. 11 lRVIIf,
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illiuois.
Cairo. Ills., July 12, 1870. dtd
Hy virtue of n execution to me directed by
the cleik of the circuit court of Warn
county, in the State of Illinois, in favor of Wil
liam MiaL-fl--r ami atfainst Kllm Trousdale, I have
levied upon the following dci-ribed properly,
in this county of Alexander and Stale oi l. minis,
Lota numbered one (t),two (2), three (:t),
fnir (I), live (.'.), six (l). seven (7) nrteiKht(s),
all in block niiiiilieisil lea (lit) , in the third nd -it
1 1 ion to tlii- cuvol'i a ill), ill Hie coiiuty of Alex
ander aud ntuU-of l.laiois, ax the property of I he
aid KllrQ Troiisilule, which 1 nhMil oU'er at public
saieat the Miiilli-wtat door of the l oin t House
in the citv of Cairo, iu the coutv of Alexander
and .Stale of Illinois m the 31th day of August,
A . 1. , lc-TH, at the hour ol eleven o'clock, a.m..
for t ash, to Mttial'y said execution.
Aur.A. it. uiv i,
Shuiiir Alexander Comity, Ills.
eair, Ills. . Ail. Sih, IsTrf. d-td
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Htaerllt 'a ule.
II V virtue of an execution to me directed bv
the clerk of the circuit court of Alexander
county, in the State of Illinois, in favor ol tl
leu Waiiih and asaiinit Bernard sruylb, 1 have
levied upon the lollowinx deeciibad property,
iu this eouiity of Alixauder and stale of Illi
Lots miiuiif red twelve (i-'i aua thirteen Wi iu
block numbered two ; the undivided ona-balt
(' ,1 of lot nuruliered eorht is) iu block nuui-
liered fveiity-oevea (J7); the undivided one-half
C jJ of iot.-t numbered seventeen (17) ami t-hh-teeu
(1) iu block numbered thirty (Jo), all in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and -Mate
of Illinois. Also lot numbered seven (7) in
bloek immliered twenty-feix (-ti), lot numbered
three ( i) iu block numbered forty-live tl'), lot
nunibend thirty-seven (47) in block numlerel
fn ty-oeven (1. ), lot nuiuliered ten (10) iu block
numbered eiuhiy -three (SJ. '1 he lease hold in
terest in aud t i l-t nuujlerd eight (s) in block
numl-rrtil eUliteiii (is), UiKiUier with the
butldiiiK nd liuprovementa situated thereon,
all mild last mentioned lots and blocks being sit
uated in tiie llrst addition to the city of lau-o, in
the county ol Aiexanuer ami Mate ol Illinois, as
the property of the raid pernanl Snijili, which
I bliiill ouer ar iiutiiio snie at tne soum-wrsuinor
of thelourt lloi.i-eiu the city of Cairo, iu the
county of Alexander and stale of Illinois ou the
.Uih dav of August, A. !., Is7t, at the hour of
eleveu u'clock, a.m., lor Cash, to satisfy said
execution. Al.t.X. II IKV1X,
Sheriff of Alexander Counry, 111.
Cairo, Ilia. , Aim'iet sth !";'. d-td
IapriTM tli QiiU
Lincoln Butter Powder
Used I'resli lluller all ln Tear Bona
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder is an entirely
harmless article uiadu from a celebrated
Euglish recipe, and now iu daily use by
mauy of tho most noted farmers in the
butler counties arouud Philadelphia.
lu hot weather this l'owdi-r makes butter
much tinner uud sweeter than it usually is,
aud keeps it from turning raut-id. It also
removes the strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
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.--lit .lane. , i'ii, u ni', i, , u
the iucreusod yield of butter much more
than pays tho trilling expense of using it.
art Cent Per rarkac.
WhuI ksilx Dkpot :1Uo! Market St.,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
twaaa Waahlnytoa and Coaaxaerctal
Atmm, adJolalBaT Hanay'a.
wsvsi i. .t- v. . w r n w
r stra for saw mv wh ... i ,
XX Veal. Laoib, Kauaajre, Ac . and
.a-.a veaj, usiu, ssiusii, mu.
iee4 If serve uuuiUa la aa aecevlaltle f