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Real Estate Column
"Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
xrhangr for St. Louis property.
A fine residence on corner Hnlbrnok
avenue and TwentyMhlrfl street, at ft
Tlie south halt of the "Pilot" home at.
Hood two story brick snllablo lor
Morei and offices on Commercial avenue,
between Eleventh and Twelfth.
Rrlck dwelling enrner .Vlntfenith
and Poplar streets.
Saloon and fixtures, soulhwesi corn
2r Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenuo, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twclfili street . i"d ot
Jommercial avenue, $10.',
Dwelling house on Oros Mict, we
of Washington avenue.
Two business liotirrAn 1-ven tn it,
above Eighth, $20 t-arli.
Store room on Commercial nvi-nue,
ext to Wavcrly hotel, 410.'
Two story house on Vomuiere ial av
enue Two tenements suitable for hop
Store-room comer 'Twentirth and
Poplar streets, $12 GO.
Store room adjoining above, .s.
Up stairs of house on Com merehil av
enue, near Kith street. Suitable for
lwelllng,$3. rt -
Tenements n umbered H, 3 and 10
Winter's Row, 5 rooms .each for $10
per month. In flrt-clas ord'r.
Orphan Asylum building and pr end
w. Rent low, to a good tensnf.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parts of the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Parish School Notice.
The text term. of tlie Parih School
will begin Monday, September 4th, and
contlnuela session sixteen weeks. Terms,
Eight Dollars tor the session, or fifty
ents per week always I'AYabie ix
advance. There will be no extra charges
for any study except for the? study ot
mnsle. For Instruction In vocal and In-trunu-ntal
music, the valuable services of
Mrs. G. W. Henderson have been secured.
The success of the school has been such
that the Rector deems It be-d to Mate,
that only fl limited number of pupil can
b accommodated. He will receive thoe
who apply first for admission. lie prom
ises to all thorough instruction in tlie
common English studies, iu the higher
mathematics, the natural sciences, -and
also in Latin and Greek.
t'ltAM-KS A. GlLRI.UI,
leather ! I'lndinic for ;nh. hep.
r timet err Before nld tm tslre
I will from this date sell b attier and
findings cheaper than ever lielore offered
Best Cincinnati oak eole..... iOct'.lb
Howard's begt elaughtcr
leather 31 toTJJ "
All other leather and findings in jiro
portion. No. b0 Commercial avenue, be
tween Filth and Sixth streets, ("aim, Illi
nois. Boots and shoe tuade up in tlie
latest styles, and ot tlie best material and
good workmanship. Boots and fchot at
reduced prices. And only tlio the bed
St. Louis custom-made and my own
mako ot boots and shoes will be old.
U-tf c. K ii-ii.
;herairRl Dye Works.
Offloo !orner Eitfbt street and Com
mercial avenue, iu Reiser building.
Silks, Wool, Lalf Wool Pliawls, etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any shade or color.
Gentlemen's clothing dyi-d. cleaned, re
paired and put in thorough order. SatU
ft-S-dlm F. .Semi :u il Co.
to the MAiintHiosi of Colrtl
by the Atchison, Toneka and Santa Eo
Railroad, the new and popular line from
Atchison and Kan wis City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Sprint;", Del Xorte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and all points hi Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
trip tL kets to Denver, only f ."0, allowing
stop-ofl privileges both ways on the
main line, aud at Colorado Springs,
Manitou and Pike's Peak. Low emi
grant rates to the San Juan mine.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
the Missouri River and Rocky Moun
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo wilh trains for
Denver and Northern Colorado.
For maps, time tables aud the ''San
.Inan Guide, ' address,
T. J. Axdkusox,
Gen. Pasi. Ayt.,
7-mtf Topkka, Kax,
, ltirrlbar- ioul.
We will deliver our best lump coal on-
C. and V. R. R. track in Cairo at $30 per
car load of
This coal has xo bu i KBioit for grates
and household uses geuerally.
' Address all orders tor coal to
Jamfs A. Viall & Co.,
Single cord 3 60
Kive. snnl lots 3 23
CO AL TAR A DISK AXO BIO MTPDV !
Singlo ton ?3 60
Three a 23
Fivo " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
filled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
hy C. W. WllKKI KK A CO
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
jtreet and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. Tho bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquor and the finest
brands of cigars.
2-25-tf . Jos.Roxkkbr, X'rop'r.
We are authorired to announce .TOltN II.
KoMNMlN aa a Candida' fur Sheriff of Ale
ander county , si the coining county election.
We are authorised fo announce that K. A. Ed
miimWnn In an iwlepemli-nt Hepnbllnan candi
date lor ShotUf, at the vnmilng county election.
We arc authorised to announce PETER 8 A UT,
Tor an Independent candidate for Sheriff of Al
eiandij county, at I he euauing county election.
Kditor lit i.umit : I'HiM annmttH-e that I
sra a ran-li. lute for the ollice of Mate Attorney
for Alexander county at the November elec
tion. Wx. C Mclkcv.
RATRN OF ADTI.RIINI.SrU.
CfAU bills for advertlMn, aie Uuc and iay
able is dva(jb
Tranalcnt advtrtiaiug Will ' be Inserted at the
rate of II 00 pcrnruare for the lirst insertion
antf SO cents for each subsequent one A liberal
ilmcount will be made on fttundinx and'lhjil
For Inserting Funeral notice $1 Go Notice of
merlin of nocletios or secret orders Vi cent for
Church, Society, Fcutlvnl and fttiprr notices
will only lie inserted as advi-rtiHeruenU
Jio advertisement will be received at leas than
So cents, and no aiivi-rtlwment will tie inserted
for lc than three dollars per month
Local Buelneaa Notice, of
ton Unea or more, Inaerted
in the Bulletin aa follow :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One insertion per line
Two Insertions per line
Three insertions per line
Six insertions per line
Two weeks per line
One month per line
No Redaction will be made
, H Cent
m 7 Cent
. 25 Ce&U
ASCAt.ON LODGE, NO. 51.
I' k TV Knlif'ito ol I'ytuuiSi menu every rn
i 5t-d '"Sht hall-pMt seven, in 11-'5-7
Fellows' Hull. Hows,
ALEXAXUI.U LODGE, NO. !S4.
liKlejndent Order of Odd-Fel-tWitrjX
lows, mnetii every Tburmlay niht
-?ji' at half-paHt aeven, in their hall on
)inni n ial avenue, between eixth nj Seventh
T-cti N. A. DSVOKE, N ti
'"I AIKO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. F., meets
in udd-Fellowa' Hull on the tint and third
in i;u in every month, at balf-pant aeven
A. COMIH.M, C I
jf Kinn: i
CAIUOLOIiCE. N0.27,A.F. 4 A. M.
jlar communiuations In ill-
orncr Commercial avenue
tm-t. on the second and
.i:itu Muntlav of each month.
TUESDAY. AUGUST 20. KG.
luteal Weather Kepor.
Caico. III., Ah i. Ml.
flMsTfilAlt. l ITiis. I WidIT Vsu- Hi at.
N I I i Clear.
N I 2 I dT
.TAMl'.H WM Mf.S,
.a rjC!jnt, Signal ervi'e, C. S. A.
Loral Parnirrn i.
Sherrifl" Irvin, we regret
to learn, is
still very sick.
ludge Bird did
nothing i'i police
Mr. Goldmine and family left this
for Philadelphia on Sunday.
The Rev. Mr. Gllham left Cairo yestcr-
lay afternoon, for Centralia.
Mr. T. T. Doan, ot Detroit, Michigan.
a prominent insurance man, is in the city
Special bargains in muslins, dress
goods and flannels at Goldstlne A Rosen
water's. . 1 - S-20-10t
Dr. Gibson and wife of Paducah.passcd
through this city yesterday for the Cen
, nobby line of hats andgents furni.-h
ing goods Jut received at (Joldstine &
New and desirable patterns in carpets
and oil cloths, cheaiwr than ever at
Goldstlne A, Roscnwatcr's. 8-2l'H
The fall term ot school at Loretto
aeademy, will begin next week, and eon
tinue through the winter.
Go to R. Joues, f ashionable lioot and
shoo maker, Athenouni building, for the
Centennial boot. S-lft Ct
Mr. A. J. Alden, editor and proprietor
of the Anna I moii, accompanied by Ms
wife, was iu the city yesterday.
Go to R. Jones, fashionable boot and
shoe maker, Atheneum building, lor the
Ccutennial boot. S 10 Gt
Mrs. llaydeand daughter, of Chicago,
w ife and daughter ot Mr. James Hayde,
wheat buyer for llalliday Brothers, are in
Tho business room, Gl Ohio levee
lately occupied by I. Farnbaker, Is va
cant aud for rent. I or particulars apply
to Robert Smyth, CO Ohio levee. tf
Con. O Collahan Is the Anna corres
pondent ot the Jonesboro Gazette, lie
la a racy writer, sometimes too caustic,
but always readable.
John S. Crum. circuit clerk of Johnsou
county, aud candidate for member of the
state board of equalization' ou the Re
publican ticket, was In the city ou Sun
day. The funeral of George Croften took
place on Sunday afternoon. A largo
number of the friends and associates ot
the deeeascd followed the remains to their
last renting, place.
Within tho last ten d,i6 a number
of our citizens havo lost fine horses by
death. So far no one has been found who
understands tho nature of the disease
which is taking them off.
Ten dollars per day and expends to
live, active agents. Steady employment
Address with stamp.
CnAS. S. Delay, Cairo, III.
The Hon. John Q. A. Kiug, ot Tudu
Cah ex-governor of Kentucky, acconi
panled by bis two daughters, were In
Cairo yesterday. They wen on their
Mr. Chrli Hanny, hiving returned to
Cairo, Is putting his storo room, on the
corner Eighth street and Commercial
avenue, In trim previous to opening n
wholesale grocery house.
A There will be a special eonvo
VST cation ot Cairo Chapter, No.
V 71, 11. A. M. on this Tuesday
evening, lor work -on M. !. and P. M.
Degree. All companions in good stand
ing are traternally Invited to attend.
C. IIanf.V, Sec'y-
Mr. J. C. Howe, lornicrly with W. B.
Rockwell & Co., of this city, received
lnlormatlonof the death of his venerable
lather, and leaves for his former home
to-night tn spend about one '.week with
his two brothers, who are at their fath
er's home iu Arkansas.
The Carbondalo Democrat says : "The
Bt'i.i.KTiN announces Wm. C. Mulkey
as a cmdldate for the office of states at
torney for Alexander county. The Bel.
leiix gives Mr. Mulkey a high charac
ter as a lawyer and gentleman. He is
doubtless the coming num."
Mr. M. S. Bernheim, a prominent mer
chant ot Holly Springs. Mi., is In the
city. Mr. Bernheim vlnlted the flouring
mill ot llalliday Brothers yesterday ,and
pronounces them as complete as any in
stitutions of tlie kind to be found in the
1 he Sjniit of Arf:tMai says : "Mhs M.
E. McBride, formerly principal of the
Normal and High school, Cairo, 111., will
take charirc 0f the Van Bnrcn schools.
From testimonials we have been permit
ted to examine, ve think Van Bnrcn has
made a wise choice." .
.lust received at Paul II. Sclinli's the
following celebrated brand- of N'i ten
berg's Key West cigars :
Londjes Chico, ,
Londres dc Corte,
The American House, Boston, is most
favorably known all over the country.
In spaciousness, convenience of arrange
ment and liberality ot appointments, and
above all in the efficiency of management
and cartful consideration lor the comtort
of guests, it has few il any uperiors
among the hotels of the land.
The material for the new house soon to
be erected by Mr. Peter Nefi", is being
placed on the lots adjoining Mr. Henry s
hardware establishment near the corner
ot Eighth street and Commercial avenue.
The work of building will begin imme
diately. The building will be occupied
bv Messrs. Thlstlcv.ood & lliukle as a
tobacco w arehouse.
Mr. John McEwen of this city is now
putting the finn-hing touches on A. Pol
lock & Co.'. mammoth new store house
at Villa Ridge. Tho building Is a fine
one, two stories high the first floor to
be fitted up lor a store room, while the
second will contain a fine large hall be
side several smaller rooms. When tin
lshed Villa Ridge can boat the largest
and be?t ventilated town hall of any lit
tie town In Southern Illinois.
The Knights Templar have, we under
stand, made arrangements with Capt.
Reese Duran. for the use of the steamer
Eckert, for next Thursday evening.when
they will give a moonlight excursion
The Kni stilts will extend Invitations to
the young people for the event, and en
gage for their benefit a stringband which
will furnish mu?ic for dancing. It Is
iid the affair is to bo a gay one, as we
do not doubt it will be, tor the members
of this order never do things by halves
Moso Parker, a well kuown darkey
ws arrested yesterday morning for as
saulting a boy. He was taken before
Judge Bross for a hearing, but fearing
that he would not be given justice, asked
a change of venue. Judge Bross told
hint to bo sworn and give bis reasons for
kitisr a change, which ho flatly refused
to do, which slightly nronsed the " ire'
ot His Honor, and ho fined Parker live
dollars for contempt ol court. Tho J udge
then ordered the city attorney to pro
ceed with the case, and Parker was lined
live dollars and costs on the charge. He
paid his tines and departed.
Anion" the arrivals at the St. Charle
were Prof. Thorne, New York: A.
Ogilvie, Paducah ; W. W. Lyons, St
Louis ; George Lee, Chicago ; R. H. Ca
nine and wife, city ; T. L. Dean, Detroit;
W.J.Scott, Louisville: John A. Ken-
nard, IX. T. Anderson, A. G. Cargtll, J.
E. Alberlon, Maylleld, Ky.; Edward
Hsad, Miss Dora Gastong, Galconda ;
George W. Corliss, Metropolis ; John H.
Sontag, E. Colli 11 and wife, Evansville ;
F. Davis, Edward Waldridges, Ken
tucky; George Douglas, Chester; M. ft.
Bernheim, Holly Springs, Miv.; D. C.
Becbc, St. Louis.
We bear it stated that the railroad ac
cident In this city, last week, is chargable
to the manner in wiiicn one ot tlie cars
was attached to the train that a bumper
being missing a heavy chain was sub
stituted. It this renort has any founda
tion, there is a leartul responsibility rest
ing somewhere. Cairo Sun.
Tho cause ot the accident on tho C. &.
V. R. R. on Friday was that Mr. Ostran
der, tho yardmaster, himself took the
chances of pushing tho cur irom the
transfer depot to Fourth 6treet with n
drawbar pulled out and the car chained,
when ho should have either had It re
paired before moving It or coupled to It
at the other end of tho ear, where tho
drawbar was perfect. It simply shows
tho result ot taking any chances ; and yet
tho yardmaster was regarded by the
management as a careful and trut worthy
At the Plauters' House yesterday,
were V. C. Jewc-tt, R. N. Dunnlgan,
Mrs. Jamea and daughter, St. Louis; M.
Bentman, M. Whltctnan, Metropolis; F,
. ISotlcs, O. Wilkinson, New Orleans;
B. FaHick, Chattel Bradley, Vtooentei ;
J. 8. ifrtat Vieotaj . Delancy,
Evansvllle ; O. VT. Gasktna, Darrlsburg;
W. H. Rounds, Pcntwater, Mich.;
Thoma WorshBm, Hickman; Wilson
Edwards, Charleston ; George Rawdon,
Memphis : A, J. Alden and wife, Anna ;
Mrs. Moweryand fJ. Hoffher, Wetaug;
Mrs. Hoycl and child and J. P. Hsrrlon,
Chicago; K. W.Edaon, Metropolis; O.
T. Spear, Bloomlngton ; W. P. Kenner,
Blooinllold.'Mo.; CJ i, rook. Dt. A. II.
IfitafrelS. and Jadgf O'. .T.T.infordI Qn
ton, Ky.; .1 3, Miller, T. R. Roberts.
W. P." Clemens and' James T. Davis,
The ladies of the Library Association
will give a (Moonlight fV-Je at the rest-
enee of Mr.Chas.Thrtipp.corner Seventh
street and Washington avenue on Fri
day, September 1 . Admittance 10 cents.
Ice cream and cake IS cents.
Arrangements have been made for the
benefit of those who wish to " trip the
ght fantastic too'' at SO cents a couple.
be grounds will be beautifully decora
ted and Illuminated, and provision made
for tho.e who wMi to enioy a o,uiet game
of croquet. . -.' '' I
it is the Intention ot the ladies to open
he library In a very short time. Every
effort will le put torth to render the en
tertainment pleasant to all, and we hope
the public will show their appreciation
of our endeavors by being present on
this occasion. 3t
Justus Cunningham says that he was
assaulted by a negro nt the meeting at
Unity last week. "You see," says he.
'Capt. McIIafley, Charley Arter, Gates
and others invited me to be at Unity and
reply to Col. Shaver and the other Radi
cals. Well, 1 was at Thebes, and went
over the country to Unity, when lo ! and
behold ! Capt. McIIaffey and the others
had not come. They had gone down to
Fulton with Dave Linegar instead ot
backing me. When it was time, and
they had the people had united in
calling me. I got on the stand, and said :
Fellow citizens,' when kabiff! a glass
took me on the side of the head. A nig
ger throwed It, and 1 seen him. He was
ust under me, you see, and says I : 'Old
boy, that's what two can play at' (and
you see Oberly, I'm h 1 with a tumbler)
that's what two can play at,' and 1
mcared a tumbler over his head, and
then the pitcher, and then tlie table.
ol. McKcaig said it was all right, ho
reckoned, when I got hit ; but it wasn't.
l'ou see I live right here, and the man
that hits Cunningham, you see, must
take the consequences. But, somehow, 1
can't forgive Capt. McIIaffey and Char
ley Alter and the other boys. They
ought to have been with me ; because
you see, I am liable when I get on the
stand to be carried home to my family a
corpse. They ought to have been by me
to protect me. It I furnish the brains
lor our party they ought be willing to
supply the muscle, do you see."
From Sen York The Very Latest.
Mr. J. A. Goldstine ot the firm ot
Goldstioe & Roscnwater. who is now in
New York city, -writes to the firm that,
by reason of the demoralized condition of
the market in New York, he has been en
abled to obtain splendid bargains In dry
goods, notions, gents furnishing goods,
hats,&c. These goods are arriving daily,
in large quantities, and an inspection of
the good s and prices w 111 convince those
who desire to purchase, that such bar
gains were never before oflered in Cairo.
Sale rooms 131 and 18 Commercial ave
(irand PiwIHe Hotel.
Our old triend, John B.Drake, makes
a timely announcement to our readers of
his anticipation of the shrinkage of values
and the reduction of prices to suit the
times, as appears to-day in our advertis
ing columns. Every one will havo the
opportunity of securing quarters in the
splendid and well-appointed building In
advance, by telegraphing at the expense
of the hotel and stating the price ot the
A 4rul Openlna;
Of all the latest 6tvles for tall wear of
ready-made clothing, cravats, ties, the
new 6tyles of hats and caps, and In fact
the latest ot everything, will take place
at A. Marx, Ohio Levee, in a fiw days,
Wlial Will Yon do About It?
Walt, of course, and buy clothing,
shirts, hats, hosiery, ties, suspenders,
underwear and everything needful of A.
Marx, Ohio Levee. His stock is always
full and fashionable. 25-3t
One small, black cow, very tat, weighs
about 750 pounds; half of left horn off.
Owner, T. Colic, C. &. V. K. It. Uepot
CaIHO. August 25; 1876. at.
In Mow York
Now laying In one of the largest 'and
most complete lines of ready-made cloth
ing of the latest styles. Hats tor the fall
and winter, gents furnishing goods, etc,;
etc. 25-3t A.Marx.
" H'Mit lor tlie Boh
Stock of ready-made clothing and gtnt'i
furnishing goods now on the way from
the east tor A. -narx, wholesale and re
tail clothing merchant on Ohio levee. 3t
Two good salesmen wanted. Apply
at lU-ixmx ollice. S-2rt-3f:
J. (iKOKOK 8TK INHOrSK
011 Eighth street, two doors front Alex
ander County Batik, Is the place to get
tashionable lialr cut or a smooth shave
or auylhing el. in the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed
either at tlie shop or their homes.
Lyon's Kathairos makes heaufiful
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents us lull
ing out or turning gray, it has stood the
test of 40 ) ear. Is charmingly perfumed
and has norival. l0-d&wly
II ag an Mt'ixoLU Baim preserves
aud restores lbi. (oniplcxlou, removes
freckles, Un aud aollowncss ; makes the
skin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected. . 3-10dawly
Cairo, tit., Aug. 28, 1870.
Since last Thursday, this section of
country has been blessed with cool and
exceedingly pleasant weather, though
the streets ot the elty are very dusty
owing to the long dry spell. A consid
erable change has come over tho busi
ness of the city since that time, a very
welcome streak of activity having ex
isted, and yesterday opened up In a man
ner Unit Indicated A continuance of the
same, It not greater life tor abort time,
at least. The river business has been
very fair, and rates to the south aro now
for pound freight, through 15 and 30
cents ; way, 20 and 40 cents , hay. SO
cents through, and 25 cents wax pork,
through, 45 cents V Wy 60 cents
. The Hour trade has been good. The
market Is well supplied with flour manu
factured by county mills, though oi
extra choice flour there seems to be a limit
ed supply. There is a demand for choice
flour atabont $0.and only the better class
ol mills mako flour that will bring that
price ou the market. The best grades of
country mills will only bring about $5 50.
There Is nothing to be said of hay.
Only choice seems to bo wanted, and
this grade is selling slowly. I he mar
ket Is amply supplied.
Corn is scarce and in good demand
There is still a good demand at the mills.
Oats arc scarce and firm. Good will
bring 30 cents. Choice heavy will bring
an advance on this. Chaffy will brine 21
cents In bulk.
Citv meal Is in limited supply, owing
to the scarcity of corn, and is held firm
at $2 40. Country is scarce and is held
at $2 25. Bran Is in good supply and
selling at $11.
A great deal of the common butter in
the hands of merchants at the timed our
last issue, was disposed of on Saturday.
There is still, however, too much of it
here for the welfare ol dealers, for which
there is no sale. Fresh butter is scarce,
and the demand for It is active. Fresh
eggs are also very scarce and in good de
mand. There is no poultry in the mar
ket. Old hens and good spring chick
ens are wanted at $3 25 for the former
and from $1 75 to $2 50 for chickens.
The market is full ot apples. They arc
very slo w sale. Peaches of an Inferior
quality are coming in freely, aud are
selling at from 15 to 23 cents per box.
Choice free stones will bring from 40 to
50 cents. Clings, unless they are of
an extra size, will not bring more than
jtafOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually lor
sales from first hands In round lot. In
filling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
There i3 a good demand for choice
flour. The inquiry for low grades is also
lair. Other grades are quiet. The sales
reported were 200 bbls., various grades,
$3 50fl 50 ; 400 bbls., various grades,
$3 005 75 ; 200 bbls., various
S3 aa&A 00 1 100 mas., various
$4 000 50 ; 100 bbls., various
city, $4 00g,8 50.
This market Is amply supplied, with
none but choice hay selling. Receipts
continue fair. We note the sale or 1 car
choice Timothy, $12 00; 1 car choice
mixed. $10 00; 1 car choice Timothy,
There is no corn on the market. The
demand is good. The demand at the
mills Is also urgent. We note the sale of
200 sacks, 4Cc ; 100 sacks choice white
50c : 2C0 sacks, -ICc;
100 sacks, slightly
damazed, 4."c ; 100
sacks choice white-
This market Is active, or would be, If
there was a supply sufficient to meet the
demand. Oats of all grades aro scarce,
Good Is wanted at 30 cents in bulk
Choice heavy will bring more. Chaffy
will bring 21 cents In bulk. Wo note
the sale of I car choice heavy In bulk, 31
cents; 1 cat chafly, 24c.
Meal Is in limited supply and firm.
City, $2 40; country, $2 2T.
Bran Is plenty and quier. We note the
sale of 450 sacks, $11.
There is an abundance of common but
ter still or the market, and no sale for it.
Choice fresh is scarce and In good de
mand. We note the sale of ten pack
ages Southern Illinois, strong, 10c; 6
pails Southern Illinois, lS20c; 11 tubs
strong Northern, 10c, 0 pans boiunern
Illinois, 15c; 5 palls strong Southern 111
Fresh eggs are scarce and in active de
mand. We noto the sale ot 100 dozen,
There Is a scarcity ot poultry. The
demand U good. We note the sale of 2
coops chickens, $1 75 ; 2 coops hens,
Choice peaches are iu demand at 40
60c per box. Wo note the sale of 100
boxes, small, 1525c.
We note the sale of 4 barrels eating ap
pies, $ I 50 jier bbl. This market li com
We quoto salt In car load lots, (-1 60 ;
less than car load lots, $1 73. We uote
the sale of 300 bbU., salt, $ 1 C0l 70.
HIDES AND FCBS
SUCEP PKLT8 Ureen 7JC M i S.J , urj
dh(Uiin shfurino-k 10 (H 20c,
Firs Beaver No. 1 $i BO; No. 3
$1 60; No.3$l; No. 4 50e. Otter-No.
lffl;No.2$4; No. 3 S2; No. 4 t-1.
.Mink Xo.l l; No. -J 75e; No. 3 50c:
No. 410o. lUcooou-No. 1 70c; No. 2
40o ; No. 3 20e ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
i (iv, kv a txin No. 3 30c : No. 4 15e.
rA.rnv-No. 1 SI : No. 2 75c t No. 3
50o ; red lox No. i $1 ; No.
nnniiiim Vn. 1 lOe: No. 3 no :
rwT xinaVrat-No. 120ot No.3 I5c; No.
3 10c. Bear-No. I $10: No. 2 $7 No. 8
(3; No. 4fl. Wolf Mountain No. 1
1 f 'i 60; No. 3 f I 7 1 WO 3 l ; n. ,
Prairie Wolf No. 1 II 25 1 No. a COc.
Wild Cat 25o. House Cut 10c. Badirer
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon or
track, lump, $3; nut, tl delivered ear
loadncr ton. lumo. S3 50: nut. t2 ?.:
delivered per single ton, lump, $1; nut
J'J.; itauru or .llarrisDittg coal on
track per load, lump, $37 nut, $18 ; dc
Ivered ner ton. CO t Plttshurir rer
car lends on track, $ft 00 per ton v'r.jlr-
on, aejirerea, 90. trav
W AM DaPARTMM!. UlVCH RtPOT,
ne. if. ttJ7fl
' UfW AT1,
Rilow hlfh water of 1S7I.
Serrcant, Sinna! Horvire, f. H. A.
Steamer James Fisk, Padncah.
T. T. Hillinan, Nashville.
Cily of Helena, Vicksbnrg.
Raven and tow, Cincinnati.
Grand Lake and barges, N
James W. Goff, Memphis.
Whale, St. Louis.
Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
" T.T. II ill man, Nashville.
" City of Helena, Vicksburg.
" Raven and tow, Columbus,
" Grand Lake and barges, SI. L.
James W. Goff. Memphis.
Whale, St. Louis.
Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
" Grand Tower, Vicksburg.
Thomas Sherlock, New Orleans
4 Eddyville, Nashville.
The Grand Lake and barges w ent up
tor St- Louis Sunday.
The Jame W. Goff, Capt. Bob Wist'
new and elegant Cincinnati and Mem
phis packet, passed up Sunday alter a
splendid trip to Memphis.
The Arkansas Belle come In Irom
Evansvllle Sunday with a very good
trip. The Belle's trips to Cairo of late
have been good ones.
The weather continues cool and
pleasant. Business on the river Is lair.
The T. T. Hillman In from Nashville
on Sunday had a lair trip of iron aud
other lrelglit. The Eddyville, from the
same port, arrived yesterday w ith a very
good trip ot iron, lumber, etc.
The Cltv of Helena passed up on
Sunday. She had a very good up stream
The Raven and tow passed down
Irom Cincinnati for Columbus on Sunday
Tho Thomas Sherlock, on her way
down yesterday, added 100 tons freight
WKIlo tho Whorlnoh IrtT at tlliS port.
Major Ed. nalliday took a number of her
lady and gentlemen passengers ou board
the grand Ariaunc, and gave tnem a
pleasant little trip about tho harbor.
The Fisk had an unusually large pas
senger list yesterday from Paducah, and
also a good freight trip. Among her
passengers were Ex-Gov. John Q. A.
King and his two daughters, who are on
a pleasure trip to Colorado.
Ftlty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoe Maker,
lias re-onened his establishment In the
Where can be found an extra linn Ho:k
of Koods In bis line.
Give tlone a call. - 8-19-tf.
Southern DUtrict of Ulinoia. 83.; At Cairo the
Ititu day ol August, A. U. 1870.
Tne und ri(jne I her. by gtvea notU-o of
h s appointment as ai--.lv nee or watiou li.
Kockwell, late ol Cairo, In tbe t ouutr of
Alexander nnd Stite ol IMinoin, witbin aid
district, who has been adjudged oankrupt
upon his own petition bv tbe dint riot court
...1.1 .11. ..I... lt'Aliil' L-UUL-D
ui aum ui.irivi. ubvuui. c-
Aug 17d3w AsuiKnee.
E. r. Knnkel'a Bitter Wine at Iron
has never been known to tall in tbe cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; India
Dosition to exertion, loan of memory, ililli-
culty of breatairjrf, genera weakness, horror
t J . l, ... t.Kn.. . I .... a .1
oi aiiwaae, wt, uai un u vujui.f.f, un.y
tul botrorof death, nimht sweats, coIj toct,
weakness, ilimnraa of vision, languor, Uhi
vernal latitude ot the uuiix-uiar system,
euormoua appetite, witb dyai rpiiu njmp
touiw, h-it baud", rli-birK ol tho loly, dry.
neaa of tlie SKin. Dauiu couuieua- v anu
eruption en the face, puril) ing tbe blood
nain in the hark, heaviness ol tho ey elids,
freouent black spots tiling before tbe eye
alio temporary aumiou nnu ioaa oi ingui,
want ot attemUn, etc These tymptoms
all ariae from a wcaknesa. and to r.-medy
that, une E. V. Kunkel'i Bitter Wioe ol
Iroa. It never tails. Tbouaands ire now
niovine bealth who have used it.- Take
only C. . Kunkers.
HAwara of counterfeits and base imita
tions. At Kunkei'a Bitter Wine ofliouis
.n well known all over tbe country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation ind try
tociiit ottto tbeir customer, when they
call tor Hunkei's uitter v tne oi iron,
Kunkei'a Bitter Wins of Iron it put up
only in ft bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the ouisli'e with tbe pro
nnetor'a utiotocraph on th wrapner ol
em-h bottle. Always look for the photo-
Larrana tin meouuiun, iuu vvu nm tiwnyi
i M ure to get me genuine, vi i m uuiiar vet
bottle, or six for 5.
fold by drUgtHi t and
AM, WORMS REMOVED A LIVE.
E. F. Knnkers Worm Syrup never full
to destroy I'ln heat sua Motnaco worm a.
Dr. Kunkel, the only aucceaaiul pbyaioian
who removes Tape Worm to two hours
alive, vrith bead, and no fee unt'k removed,
Common aenae teecbes that tl l'P rtu
be letuoved, ail other worms can b readily
destroyed. 8end lor circular to Ur. Kua
kel, Ha. tM Honk MlnUi street, PbllsdeK
Jiala, Pa., or call oa your dt nmiat and atk
ora bottle of Kuakel's VVorm Syrup.
, Prlet, 11.00. It sever talis.
.. aherUTs Mai.
Byvlrlneof an cxerntlon to m rttrivtert k
the elo k ol the rimiit rn Ir l.Jll
connty, In the tat f lllinola, In ftiror of Wil-
nam onaener ana acninut tllt n 1 n.iiMtaie, I hurt
levieiipon the following riecri!ie. property,
1U nnmtKTuI one (l).tw (2). three en.
fmir (1). five 1.1), alx (fij. neven tT) nl eiirhtlf).
all in hlork nnmlirrrd ten (li'l, in thethinl id
tlitlon Iu the eit ? of t aim, in theeonatr of Alex,
amlerantl.ttateor Mlnoi.anthenrort of the
mhI Mien iroiiwlale, whieh 1 nh.ll iiftVrat pulilic
"aleat the !onlh-ireit door of the onit Hon.
in the rity of t nlro, in the eonte of Alexander
an. State of lllinois.on the Iftihuay of September
A, I)., i7h, at the nonr or eleven o'clock, a.m.,
fur ah, to MtiKfy aaiU exeentkm.
AI,k,X. 11. IRVIN,
Sheriff Alexander County, 111.
I airo, Ilia., Atiinot wh, l,7'i. . rt-tl
Hy virtue of aneteentiort to tne ilirartmt he
the clerk of the eirrnit court of Alexander
county, in the State of Illinois, in favor ot El-
im hiko ani Hmnii iternnni emyin, i nave
levle-1 upon the ioliowing UcM-rirmt properly.
L"ts numbered twelve (1-21 anil thirteen (lilt In
Mt.ck numliereil two U) I thenmtiviileiiorie-half
-') 01 mt numneren eiant () in nil c num
liereit teniy-ieven (7i the tindivMeil one-balf
of lrt nnrabernl neventeen (17) ami eigh
teen 0K) in hlock numliemt thirty (). all in
tlie city of Cairo, county of Alex anih-r and Mate
of Illinois. AIM l"t nnmliereil ara (71 in
block numliereil fwpntj-six (2tn, lot numbered
thive ( i) in bloefc numbered rorty-flve v6). lot
numliereil thirty-seven (17) in block nambered
l'rtv-M.veii (17), kit numbered ten .(lb) in block
numbered eluhly-three (STIi. 'I he leaae hold I
tere-t in and to lot numbered eight i") In block
numliere-1 eighteen (IK), tnui-ther with the
tin hi in if s and linprovomenta rituuted thereon,
all fal'i lau mentioned lot and block being sit
uated in the tlrst addition to the city of I airo, In
the county of Alex.wili-r and State of Illinois, as
lie property of the mid Hernard Smyth, Which
ahull nfl'er at public le at the Sonin-wenl -b or
nf the ti'iirt Ho e in the cltv or I airo, In the
onnnty of Ak-.xnnderind ?tnte of lUlnois, the
l-'.th daj of "eptembcr, A T).,1S7S, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a.m., lot tX"h, to aatif aald
execution. At KX. H 1RV1S.
Sheriff of Alevinder County, 111
Cairo, Ills.. AuwlW-lh. 17. d-td
By virtue of an execution to me directed
bv the Cli-rk of the iri-uit Court of Alex
ander County, in the 8 ate of 1'ilnois, in
favor of Hernnrd Mo Manus and aif iint
lames A. Fry, 1 have levied upon tbe tol-
I wing desviibed pn-ps.ty, in Uril Addit
ion to tho City of Cairo, in the County ot
Aixan-ier ana etue oi liitnoi, xo-wit
All of the rwiit t-tle nnd lot rent of said
James . Fry In and to lot numbtred thir
teen (liii In l.lo'-k numbered fony-setcn (47)
which I shall otter at pjHli use a- the
South-went door of the Court lb use In t' e
Citv ol Cuiro. in tlin Jonntv ot Ale- arder
and State ot Illin l, on the lfitb day ol Srp.
tember, A. l., I87U. at tbe hour of eleven
o'cloi k, A. M., for rH. t atlufy said ex
ecution. Al.KX. II iRVIt,
SKcrllV of A'exand. r omity, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., Atiput-t 181H. did
PAIJfT AND Oil.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
r?aiut3, Oils, Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated illumioattBg
Corner Elavanth Btraat and Waanlns
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
13 OHIO ZXVEE,
City JTational Bank Building, ap-stairi.
The Oldaat Eatabliahad Aa-enoy in Sout
rn Alllnole. npruuuiig ottr
tes ooo ooo
RTF AN BOATS.
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Bhawneetown, Evans-
vxlle, LouiBvuie, uinoinnaii
and all way landings.
IU eli-gunt aUU-Wheel tteam-i
Will leave Cairo erery WKIi.NKSDAT at 6
o'clock li. in.
1 U fleet stcaiuer
Ixaveat airo erery SATURDAY.
Kach boat makea cloae eounectiuna at Cairo
with llrat-claaa atetuuera for el. l.ouu, Aluia-
r-UiaaudNew Orlt-aua, and at Evaaville iU
be t. AC. It. K. forallDoiulorUaud luiat,
aadwilbtiw lumvillu Unil xuauurra fuball
polura ou IIih l'i-r Ohk, givuitl tnroue-ti r
eetpU flvibU auJ iuUMHUiKwa U ad lviul
"or urther infornution apply to
SOL. SlLVttt, VaMOtiCer AgvuV
Or to G J . OKAMMtU,
4uDeiinleadat aaa avowal Inuut Agul,
rpue "Weekly Uesiai,
1.23 pr yr, yostaie prepaid, te asy addreM
eX wn CHBATI3T