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J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
- Alexmnler eoitn!y litntl, Cairo lota,
xefiangp for St. IxiiiU pnijM rty.
A fine) reMilenee on corner llalhrook
Mer.ue and Twenty-thlnl Mrect, at a
The ontli Imll f.ftho "fiioi" lionw at
CifN.d two tory briek cuitnblf for
tore mid oflieea on minerelitl nveiiiu,
h-twivii Kleventh ami Twelfth.
Hrlrk dwelling corner Ninety nth
:itil Poplar tnt.
Saloon arid fixture-, .iithwft corn
r Klglitoentli street anl Commercial
iwnne, at a b;irjf:iiii.
i;ttjfo on Twelfth tdreet. w. t r,t
'iiiiinrrcliil nvenite, $10.
Dwelling houw on l'ro afreet, wra
ol Waaliligton avenue.
Two business house on lve: street,
ntxivc eighth, 20 each.
Store room on (Jonimerriul avenue,
iext to Wuverly hotel,! 10.
Two dory houo on Comtnereiol av
imp. Two tenement Miiluble for hops
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplnr street, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $X.
I'p Malr ol house on Coinnn reiul av
line, rienr 1'Jth Mreef. Suitable for
I w elling, $.
Teneuifiits numbered 8, 'J and 10
Winter's Kow, 3 room each fur flO
l-r month. In flrst-clas order.
Orphan Asylum bulldiitjf and iireiui
es. Itetil low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, 12a month.
Rooms In various parU ol the city.
FOU LEASE OR SALE.
l-ands, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
I.t-Mthrr nnd Finding tor Uaati. rbrap
r Umb ever Before Mold la (Mr.
I will from Uiis date sell leather and
lindinjrg cheaper than ever before offered
Rest Cincinnati oak aole...- 10cts.It
Howard's bent (daughter
leather 31to3J "
All other leather and findings iu pro
portion. No. 00 Commercial avenue, be
tween Filth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois. Boots aud tboes made up iu the
latest styles, and ot the best material and
good workmanship. BooU and shoes at
reduced price. And only the the Ust
St. Louis custom-made and my own
make of boots and hoe will bo sold.
H-lS-tf '. K jcu.
Urn to tbo MoaaUlat of olorAj
by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo
lUilroad, Uie new and popular line from
Atchison and Kansas City via the beauti
ful Arkansas Valley, to Pueblo, Colora
do Springs, Del Xortc, Trinidad, Sauta
Fe ami all points Iu Colorado, New
.Mexico aud Arizona. Special round
trip tickets to Denver, only $50, allowing
ftop-ofl privileges, both ways on the
iii:iiit line, and at Colorado Spring1!,
Manltou and Pike's Peak. 1aw emi
grant rates to the San Juan mine.
Pullmau Pulaec Sleeping Cars between
the .Vbsourl River and Kocky Moan
tains, without change. Close connec
tions made at Pueblo with trains for
1 S tiver and Northern Colorado.
For aips time tables and the " San
Jurn Guide, '' address,
T. J. Andkrson.
Oen. Pa.it. Agt.,
7-1 Mf 'i'OI'EKA, Kan
We will deliver our best lump coal on-
'. and V. It. R. track In Cairo at $30 per
car load of
1 WELYK TONS.
This coal lias xo sitkrior for grates
and household use generally.
Addrers all orders tor coal to
James A. Viall & Co.,'
Single cord $3 50
Five :ord lot., - 3 2,"
COAL I'AKADISK A.NU hlti MGDDY :
iiigb' ton $.1 50
Three 3 25 j
Five 3 00
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
by C. V. Win.ELKR & Co.
The epicures ol Cairo w ill bo pleased to
learn that Sprout has commenced kee
Ing those superior Southern Oysters
which gave such universal satisfaction
last season. He could have had oysters
before, but pretcrred waiting lor a good
article rather than lose his wcll-cstab-lished
reputation. The first shipment
will arrive on Friday morning, Sept,22d.
Bring on your pails aud pitchers and get
something good. Joux Si-roat.
Corner 12th street and Ohio levvee.
M. J. McGaulcy Is proprietor uud solo
manufacturer of Wood s Pills, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases. He employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
50 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. 8-10-dlra
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, la open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wiucs, choice liquors and the tliicst
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jos. RoxEKKR.Prop'
Lvox'a Katuaikox makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Iu falling
out or turning gray. It has stood the
test ol 40 years, is charmingly pcriuiueu
and has no rival.
HaQan's) Magnolia Ualu preserves
aud restores the complexkou ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowness makes the
skin sott, white aud delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected, 3-10-dAw.
KOK Pllhlttl r.
..AV'. r "lboriw,l to announce .KiII.V II.
ItOIU.N.HON a mndiria'c for Mwritut Alea
tvlrr county, at the coming county election.
We are authoriird to annonnre that R A . E1
nmnlMin ln lnlrrrnlrnt Reptibiion ranili
rtate lor fjliCTlff, at the rnsuina county election.
W are milhorir.1 toannnnnrePETRR KALI,
for an Inlriicmlnt ceailidala t,,t sh,rr r,r k.
nnri'lcr county , at the enmiliie county rln-lion.
I'lHTciR III I.I.IIIK: I'Iiim .nni.nn. I
in a rundiilHtv fr Ike nlBce of K Intro Atlorrrv
tor Al-iinlcr county m the Novvmher elec
tion. WN. J. Ml I.KkT.
M'e rc nnltiniie, (,, annonnrc I.E. V .
IIKMitI( KM, .IK . a a cantldat at thr
ciiiIkt clwtM.o, l'irniutn Attorney fur Alx
V uir authori7eit L announce Wit. I.I AM
W. M'I'IIKK 1 1 I(S an cjimtUiule for Cirrnit
( h rk of Alrxamirr Ciiiiutv at the coininir count v
We are authoilfeil to announce .IOIIN j.
II AHM AX aa a canIlilnte for the oill.-e of Cir
cuit clerk of Alexander cfiimly at the ni-uinjr
We are axthnrlzc I lo annntmrc .InllV A.
ItKKVK M acatnli'Ute for ihc oilier ol Circuit
h-ra at the Xowmtier election.
Wcareaiithorieil toannouniw W. K. I'lTCHKIl
a a cnlt1ate for the olBre of Circuit tUerlc of
Alexander raiunty at tli Xovemtier election.
ASCALON LOIXiE, NO. 51.
f r Knlfrhta of fythla, rueew every rri
CL ilny night at half-iiayit aeven, in Od'l-
f iSO I'ellowa' Hull iiOWC,
AI.KXAXDKR I,OIiGE, NO S24.
ImletK-nilent OnkT of Odd-Fellows,
meet every Thormuiy night
at half-iauit WTin. in their hall on
kiiiitiii rcutl avi-tiiic, Iwtwten ixth and Seventh
r.jelt X. A, OKVOHfc. N U
ry AMtO KNCAMPMKXT, I. O. O. F., meett
iu IM.I-Ki Hows' Hull on the 0 ret and third
im claj in every month, at half-aal wven
A . Comito. C I
CAIRO I.OIK.E. XO.Zff.A.F. A A. M.
r Hold regular communications in Ma-
aonic Hall, corner Connuercial avenue
' 'and Kightb afreet, oa the aeoond and
'ourth Mondar of each month.
RATES OF ADVEatTIfclXU.
CTA11 bill for advertising, aie due and pay
able lit AOVAKCB
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of II 00 peraquare for the first insertion
and V cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and dii-jpl
For inserting Funeral notice 1 00 Notice ol
meeting of societies or secret orders Ml cent for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper noUcea
will only be inserted aa advertisements
No advertisement will be receive! at less than
so cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollar per month
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1876.
Loral Woollier Meport,
Caioo. IU.., 6ept 21, lifts.
Tia a Uak. J lua. Wind. Vau. Wbat
7 a in. T: E i threat' v
II 2.7M ,7 Els do "
p.m. v 7'. ' N j S fair
fJ.770 ,' li ' E I do
ScrK'aut, Signal berrlce. I'. S. A.
A complete liue of tine shoes for ladies
wear just-eceived by O. Ilaythom A Co.
Antrim is in New York buying bis (all
stock of ready made clothing. 0-21 Jt
For sale, a new top buggy and a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irvi.
Antrim is in the east buying fall and
winter style hats and caps, don't forget
Cept, W. L. Hambletou and Mr. O. F.
Meyer of Mound City were In the city
Antrim has the largest stock and the
latest styles of ties, collars, furnishing
good, etc., remember that. 0-21-4t
Remember the grand ball by the Tur
ners at Turner hall. Monday evening,
September 25th, 187C. 9-12U
r irt grand ball of the season by the
Cairo Turner Society, at the Turner hall,
September 2.1th, 187C. 0-12 tt
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit farm near
Villa Ridge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply to P. Artf.r,
0-13-tf Cairo, ill.
The opening ball ot the season will be
given at Turner hall, Monday evening!
Septcmler 25th, 1870. A good time is
anticipated and all arc invited. 0-1 2tf
Au intelligent lady remarked that her
shoes always fit well, and gave the most
perfect satisfaction. Of course she buys
them of O. Haytboi n & Co. D-21-3t
We will open a complete line of men's
line shoes to-day, of the best manufacture
in the world. We can lit everybody.
9-21-3t O. II. IIaythorx & Co.
There is only one place iu the city
where a complete line of ladies, gentle
men and children's shoes can be found,
and that is at O. Ilaythom & Co. 9-21-3t
Young gentlemen and ladies who have
not, for so long a time, had an opportun
ity to "trip the light fantastic," may do
so at tho Turner ball, Monday evening,
September 23th, 1870. 9-1211
Tho business room, CI Ohio icvee
lately occupied by I. Farubaker, is va
cant and for rent; also the cellar aud an
oflicc up stairs, in same building. For
particulars upply to Robert Smyth, 60
Ohio levee. tf
Remember that O. Ilaythom & Co.
keep a larger and more, complete line of
all grades ol shoos and boots than every
stock iu Cairo would make It they were
combined against them. Go there and
be suited without trouble. 0-2t-3t
Iu oldeu times, people found it ditllcult
to keep perfectly clean ; so they used
great quantities ot perfume to kill natu
ral odors. Xow-a-duys, sensible men and
l women use but little ot perfumery, and
instead go In for 11. T. Babbitt', best
. soap. This Is one or the advanced land
I marks of modem civilization.
Mem la Hrlef. .
The Massae county lair begin at Me
tropolis to-day. '
Mr. and Mrs. William Linker, Ime re
turned from Chicago.
Ir 0.(1. Parker returned from the
centennial lait Monday.
Sim Tabor and family returned home
Irom Canada n few days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). Ax toll, returned Irotn
their trip to Kentucky, on yesterday..
Head the notice of constable's sale to
day, of furniture, dentist's tool and Al
lure. The portly form and senatorial brow ol
Captain Reese Dugrn Is again vMble on
To-morrow Hodge's park will swarm
with tho friends and supporters of the re
form candidates, Tilden and llenddrleks.
The first venison of tho sea-ion was
received and sold by Stratton & Bird
yesterday. The enreass brought nine
cents per pound.
The St. Louis lair begins on the peeond.
From present appearance. Cairo will )c
well represented. The fair promjses to
Io a great success.
Mrs. John CJ. Ilarman, who necom-
panled her daughter to St. Mary's, Mo.,
where she will complete her education,
returned home on Tuesday.
J. Burger lias Just returned from New
York. Anticipating an extraordinary
i fall trade In dry goods, he bought an im-
men."e stock. His new goods arc arriv
ing every day.
There will be a meeting of the Sweep
ers at their ball this (Friday) evening at
7:.'W o'clock. Important business to be
transacted. Wm. Q. McGte, Sec'v.
t 'airo.Sept. 22d, 187C.
The alarm ot lire sounded last night j
was caused by the burning of one of the
rear buildings of the Arlington House.
The flames were extinguished by the fire
men before much damage was done.
Mr. Fenner Eldrid. who has just re
turned from Kentucky, and is spending
a few days with his many friends in this
city, will ehortly leave for Paducah,
where he will take charge ol the books of
Fisher & Co.
Mrs. Captain Kobcrt K. lMcy, after
spending nearly two months with Iriends
and relatives in Alexandria, Mo., and
other places, Is at home agaiu. Misses
Aunle and Lizzie, who Ptcompauled
their mother, have also returned.
Capt. J. M.Phillips and wife who have
been adjourning iu the cool
glades ot Wisconsin for the lasl two
months, returned to their home in
this city on Wednesday. Mrs. Phillips
has been greatly benefited by bis trip.
The weather lu the south is cool and
pleasant, and darkeys by the hundred are
flocking from this aud other cities to the
cotton fields, to "make a stake." Every
steamboat that passes this port, bound
south, has them stowed away In every
nook aud corner.
If Grant were ouly iu Cairo now, to
hear the pretty pet names that many of
our properly owners lavish upon him,
how happy and flattered he would feel.
Several of our wealthy citizens are talk
ing of making the president a present of
a pony or a dog, or both.
The Hayes and Wheeler scalpers met
iu PhillU' hall on Wednesday night.
There was a good attendance of the
members, and the meeting Is said to have
been a very enthusiastic one. Judge
Bird made quite a lengthy speech and
was followed by Demosthenes Davis
aliae Sitting Bull, who sounded loudly
the praises of Hayes, the tax dodger, and
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday were R. L. Dobson, Knox
ville, Tenn.; W. B. Addington, Norfolk,
Va.; W. H. Morton aud W. E. Dunn
sevoy, Tenn.; E. Warner, St. Louis ; W.
C. Relford, Columbus, Miss.; Mrs.
Sloan and family, Mrs. J. O'Conor and
Miss Emma O'Conor, New Orleans; J.
S. Baldwim and wife. New York ; James
Gaff, St. Ixuls; Thomas II. Phillips,
Anna; T. J. D'Hena, Philadelphia.
Elder F. Meyers, who for the past sev
eral years has been pastor of the African
Methodist Episcopal church ot this city,
took hU departure tor his new Held of
labor, Keokuk, Iowa, on Wednesday
night. Elder W. F. Davis, for several
years pastor of Little Bethel church
of Chicago, and who is said to be a
preacher of much ability, will arrive in
Cairo on Saturday, and preach his first
sermons to his new congregation on Sun
day morning and evening.
There was a rumor afloat in Cairo a
few days ago that Dr. Gericke was dead
again. The doctor, under date of Sep
tember 20, writes to his former partner,
Dr. Wardner, that the thing Is getting
monotonous ; that he is as much alive now
as ever, and this is the third or fourth
time he has been compelled to enter a
protest against obituaries written before
his mortal coil Was shuffled. The doctor
Is in the enjoyment of splendid health.
We are receiving direct from the
packers of Baltimore, five hundred and
forty cases of newly packed can goods,
consisting of pine apples, strawberries,
blackberries, whortleberries, peaches,
tomatoes, oysters, jellies, pears etc.,
bought before the late advance. We are
also receiving from Boston about two
hundred packages of new mackerel ; also
new pickles in barrels and llrkin6 ; also
timothy and red-top and other field
seeds. Choice newcheesti are tor tale at
bottom prlas by Stratton tt Bird. 3t
Among tho arrivals at the Plauter's
House on yesterday were J. K. Mclntyro
aud lady, Liberty, Iowa ; J. II. Spencer
and wify, Hickman ; R. II. Coomcs, C. E.
Hamilton, J. L. Hamilton aud S. Pick
erel, Knoxvillc. Ky. ; II. Hughes, I. C.
Clark aud T. T. Clark, Blandvllle, Ky.;
T. G. Garrett, Charleston, Mo.; A. li.
Parker, Kentucky ; J. II. Creek, Filmoru
City; Cash Eddy, Filmore City; C. U,
Pile and w He. ; Arlington, Ky.; K. D.
Bugg aud Z. M. Bugg, Blandvllle ; 11. V.
Dugan, Clnclunatl; James Slgnogno,
Memphis ; D. C. Morgan, New Orleans :
I F. P. Carson, Kvansvillc, A. MiLlon,
PittslHirg; Georgo Cairns, Cincinnati;
Jacob F. Breech, Memphis; Louis Mar
ring and aiisa wattle Marring. .Memphis ;
A. II. Crall, St. Lsuls ; Thomas Mason,
St. Louis ; John A. Taylor, Anna.
George Clark, who was nominated by
the Hon. William Hartzcll, for a cadet
mldshipmanshlp in the United States navy
returned to this city Wednesday.
George passed a most creditable exatni
ation in everything -except mathematics
In which branch he met Ms late. He
conquered every question and problem,
except one, the eighth and last example
given him, on which he (ailed and was
rejected. He is not however, the only
applicant who was disappointed ; out of
over one hundred, only eighteen were
accepted. George, however, Is not (lis-
eonragetl. lie has lots of pluck and per
severance, and will enter the contest
again In June, when wo will bet our yal-
ler dnr or a while laccl boss be comes
out ahead. The examination, he In.
forms us, is most rigid and thorough, the
board of examiner- being composed of
the mot thoroughly educated men In
the service of the government.
Xol Ire-Reopened ,
Mrs. S. Williamson has removed to or
Commercial avenue, next door to the
atheneum. It Is needless for us to say
that Mrs. Williamson's reputation as a
milliner has long been known In thiscitv
and surrounding country, nnd'she Invites
11 ol her old and new patrons to call and
examine her large stock of the latest
styles of hats, flowers and trimmings.
Also ornaments of the latest natterns.
which she Is receiving almost daily by
express from the leading cities. Thank
ful for past lavors, she solicits a continu
ance ot the same. She also bleaches and
shapes hats in the latest styles-
Keiuwved lo Xew More.
Mr. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed from her old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's Block, corner
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and increased
facilities. She is now receiving new
goods from the different trade ceuters,
keeping a much larjrcr and more varied
stock on hand than formerly. Buying
goods in larger quantities, she cau sell
at much low er prices, guaranteeing satis
faction iu every instance, both as to her
work and the quality of goods.
Mr. Gustavo" Wetzel having returned
to Cairo, has fitted np his old rooms cor
ner of Eighth fctrect aud Commercial
avenue, as a first-class photograph gal
lery, where he will be happy to see his
old friends and patrons, as well as scores
Of new ones. All orders in the picture
unc will be executed in first-class style,
and at prices to suit the tirms.' Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
"satisfaction or no charge." 8-3l-lm.
I will sell at public auction to-day
(Friday Sept. 22), at 10 o;clock, at the
auction store of Winter & Stewart on
Commercial avetmo, large
LOT OF FURNITURE,
Parlor aud kitchen, Brussels and in
grain carpets. Also a COMPLETE
DENTAL OUTFIT, all in first-class
condition. Terms of sale, cash.
It John Houan.
Xo Longer a Candidate,
The following card was received by us
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 18, IS7G.
Editor Cairo Biu.kti.n: Please
udf hilenn m v iiurnn na n mnilMafa fnr
sheriff of Alexander county at the No
vember election, l ours, Kespecttuuy,
Ct R. A.Edmvxdsov.
Wot Ice lo Teacher.
There will be a public examination of
teachefg held at the high school builJlng
in this city, on Friday an i Saturday,
September 20th aud 30th.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor,
Superintendent of Public Schools.
Cairo, Sept. I9th, 1870. 3t
The largest stock of cloths and cassl-
meres in the city may be found at John
Antrim's at all times. He is now adding
to his stock all the late styles. His cut
ter is the best iu the west. Fits are guar
anteed and prices always satislactorv. 4t
The best violin, guitar and bass strings
in ttic city aud musical instruments of a
kinds can be obtained of E. & W. Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
a speciality. U-10-tf
J. Ueurire Hieluhoiiae.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else iu the barber line. La
dies' and childrens' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
llHia ! Ilaia I
Within the next ten days John Antrim
will receive a full stock of fall styles of
hals of every variety ot color and quality.
He buys for cash and sells at "rock bot
tom" prices. 21-tMt
AT AUCTION !
At 10 o'clock, a. m., Saturday j Sept.
23, 1870, corner Fourth aud Walnut
streets, Cairo, Ills.
Consisting of tress hoops (all sizes),
jointers, "Dowliug machine," blocks and
horses, anvils, grind stones, crcssits,
heaters, largo windlass, flanges and flues,
frames, blocks water tank, lamp aud re
llc.'tor, 11 circular saws from 8 inches to
30 inches, keg head turner, 1 iron hoop
cut and punch, 1 bro un handle- machiue,
case cooper's tools of all descriptions, to
gether with some stock, cooper shop,
store house, out buildings aud ltaso of
Sale positive Terms cash.
Winter & Stlwaui,
Cairo, Im.., Sept. 21, 170.
Since Monday business throughout the
city has been very active, and the pros
iecfs for the balance of tho week arc
very good. Tho weather continues cool
and pleasant. A tine rain that lias dis
oensed with tho choking dust, and
purified the air grently, fell on Wednes
day afternoon. The river business con
tinues very good, and steamers are doing
a very fair trade. The travel by steamers
during the past thrca months has Ikjcii
larger than for some time previous. The
railroads arc also doing a very thriving
business, both In freight and passengers.
The rates to New Orleans ami way
points by river are the same, no change
having taken place in several weeks.
Durtloiir merchants are doing ait ac
tive and very satisfactory business,
though as will be seen by the quotations
given below, the sale of round lots
since Monday have not been as large
as those quoted in the Pkk k Ci rrcm
of many week previous. The principal
demand now, as it has been since the
opening of the season, Is for good low
grades, ol which there is a scarcity.
Flour that can be aohlj for from $1 (Mi
4 25 is what is wanted. The stock of
other grades, and especially of choice
flours is complete, while the demand for
them is only moderate.
Hay, oing to the largo quantily here,
has almost stopped coming into market.
The only kfnd wanted by dealers is
bright good hay, tor which there is a
fair demand by tho local trade. Com
mon hay is In abundance and will not
The corn market is very quiet. The
mills have an abundance on hand, but
there is very little in the hands ot mer
chants. There is but very little innuirv.
The receipts ot oats during the week
have been exceedingly light, and the
market, Is almost bare, while for choice
heavy oats there is a good demand.
Meal and bran arc very quiet. There
is very little country in the market while
the mills have a big lot of city in htock.
There is no demand for either kind.
Butter, w hen choice, sells very readily.
but only choice is wanted. The market
is in cxcelleut condition for shippers, as
the supply ou hand is barely sufiiclcnt
to satisfy the demand. There is a steady
demand for eggs. Tho supply is light.
Good poultry is scarce and in good de
mand. The market is full of apples, but
there is a fair demand for choice red ap
ples in large bbls at about $2 per bbl.
IkirOur friend should bear in uiiud
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from first hands in round lots. Iu
tilling orders and tor broken lots it is
necessary to charge au advance over
Choice aud medium grades of flour are
m good supply aud quiet. Good low
grades arc scarce aud in good demand.
Prices are unchanged. The sales re
ported were 600 bis. various grades,
9-3 503 , 3oo bis. virions grades. 3 5u
C 23 ; 173 bis. various grades, $3 50(0,5 ;
100 bis. various grades, $3 oOgO 50 ; tXM)
big various grades, city, $3 7305,0 50.
Choice hay is in fair demand. Com
mon is plenty and very dull. We note
the sale of 1 car good Timothy, $11 ; 1 car
prime mixed, $10 73.
This market is dull. There is very lit
tie corn coming in, but there is no de
mand. The only sale noted was that of
1 car w hite, in bulk, 42c.
The receipts of oats have been very
light, and there is very little here, while
there is an active demand for choice. We
note the sale of 1 car Southern Illinois, In
Tills market U very dull, with a large
supply. City meal is held nt $2 liW,
2 35 ; country at $2 35,
The market is well supplied and dull.
We note the cale of 200 sacks, toft We
Choice butter Is In good demand. The
supply Is limited. Common butter is not
wanted. Tho stiles noted were 3uo lbs
Northern Illinois, 22(i;2Ce; ft packages
Southern Illinois, choice, 2022c; 300 lbs
The supply of eggs is limited, while
there is a steady demand. We note the
sale of 4 packages, lG(a,17c; 5 packages,
Choice poultry Is in good demand.
There is a very light supply on the mar
ket. We note tho sale of 3 coops young
chickens, $2 2302 50; 2 doz young
chickens, $2 00
Choice red apples iu large barrels are
iu demand. We note the sale ot 10 bis.
large barrels, $2 50; 20 bis medium, 2(;i
We note the "ale of 10 boxes, pje ier
We note the sale of 1 carcass veiison
the first ot the season, received by Strat
tou & Bird, at 9c per pound.
We quote salt In car load lots, $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. 2iw bbls.
sold $1 On I 70.
HIDES AND l UKS.
Suttp Pklts Grceu 73c 25 ; dry
40 00c Phearlngs 10 20c.
Fcrbt Beaver No. 1 42 50; No. 2
$1 00; No. 3 SI; No. 4 50c. Otter No.
l$0;No. 31; No. 3 $2; No. 4 1.
Mink No. 1 1; N-. 2 7; No. ;i itiv.-;
No. 1 10c liuccooit No. 1 70c; No. 2
40o ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skuuk No.
I 85o No. 2 Ooo ; 'No. 3 30c; No. 4 13c.
Fox Gray No. 11; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50c; red lox No. I 1 ; No. 3 75c,
Opossum Xo. 1 10c ; No. 3 Ni ; No. 3,
5c Muskrat-No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No.
3 10c. Bear No. I 10; No. 3 7 No. 3
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
If 2 50; No. 2 f I 75 t No 3 1 ; No. 4 75c;,
i Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50e,
Wild rat 2 "c. foiie rut 0.
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon o
track, lump, $3; ntit, $2 ; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, jut 50; nut, $2 75
delivered per single ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$3 25; Haunt or Harrisburg coal on
track per load, lump, $27; nut, $10; de
Ivered per ton, : .V) ; Pittsburg er
ear loads on traek, $3 30 per ton tingle
ion, delivered, $.
Look Out I
John A nt rim has gone cat, so look
out for nn immense stock of new ami
fashionable ready-made clothing in a
short time. He buys eioe and will give
you bargains. 21-0- It
Good hoard can be procured at the
Railroad house, corner Eighteenth str,., t
and Commercial avenue, at tin- follow
ing rates :
Day hoard i;t p. r week.
Hoard and lodging I no
Despite wh-it tin "knowing ones"
know, boarders w ill always li ml on the
table, "something to eat." '.il-2vv
NPM I. I. .Mlf :.
Mothers ran MM-arc lnvillh i""r tlu ir cliil
Oifn ami rn,t fur tlimi-elw-M .y ne' nf Ca
t'ru, a peil'i-c l sulititiit- fr CoHlor Oil. It In
uWlutHy luirml.i-. an li ni iilriviinl i take
as lionoy. ii.r Win.l-CUio. Hour Momm-li,
worms or crmitiimtioii, i,r yiimix or ill, lln-re
Is notion- incistf-ni'r like it. It K i t t:tl u . it
is AxHy, it is lnni
Caked Breasts, iii.um.uiMn, -.;.
I i ' i In", Miff joint, Imrus
erald. ioloiioii-, liitc. ami hII llenli, hone and
muscle uilmrnts, run tto absolutely cured liy the
Centaur liniment. What the White Liniment
Is for tho human family, the Yellow Liniment
is for pavined. (rilled and hime horses and ani
HAVE YOU TRIED
For use in Summer and Winter.
Make clothes clean, veet and very rliite
W I1IIOL T BoiLlsu or SCAMJINU.
No Rough Hands !
No Yellow Clothes I
No Wash Boiler !
No Steam in the House !
(iiiuuiiUtd under icnnlty not to In
jure dollies, und sui'trior for Toilet und Sliav-
f-old at tores, or a family imckatf': will lie
Bent, express charges rcjiaid, on recciit of one
dollar and fifty rent. On reliable dealer
wanted at every prominent point us ntfcut, villi
whom a liberal arrangement will lie ma le.
F. H. BIDDALL,
ougJ tUw-Jm l"i MurVet st. , l'liil.i.
E. V. Hiinkei a Ilitlrr Wine of Iron
lias never been known to fall in tbe cure of
weak nets, attended with symptoms ; indis
position to exertion, lots of memory, ililli
culty of breathing, (.'cneral weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
lul borrorof deatli, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot tho muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic tyinp
toms, hot bands, Ilat-bin;' of Uie boly, dry
ness of tho i-Wiu, iiaUi'i countcnarce and
eruptions on the taco, purilyin tho blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot tho evelids.
frequent black pots living before the eyes
witu temporary ktitiisiun and los or sight,
want ot attention, etc. These fjniptoins
ull arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, Use K. V. Kunkel'a Hitter Wlue of
Iron. It never tails. Thousands aro now
enjoying health who have us-d it. Take
only K. F. ICtinktl's.
newara of counterfeits and hasp Imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter W ine of Iron is
so well known ail over the country, drug
gluts themselves make an Imitation aud try
to sell it off to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron,
Kunkei's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in $1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nUuiy put on uie, oirsiuc witn mo pro
prietor's photoirraph on th wrapper of
each botlltf. Alwavs look for tho photo.
trraph on the cutsiJo, and you will always
ie suro to get the Kenuine. ' ne dollar pet
bottle, or six for fa. sold by drugfjis.s and
ALL WORMS RKMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm f'yrup never falls
to destroy Vin Seat and btoiuuch Worms,
lr. lCunkcl, tbe only succesHlul physician
who removes lape Worm la two hours
alive, with head, and no too until removed,
Common pensa teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms cau be readily
detroyed. Send lor circular to lr. Kun
kel. No. "..".9 North Ninth street, rhlludel
pbia, Pa., or call on your druggiht and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's VN orm Syrup.
Trice, Si. (. Jt never tails.
4'f lit eiinlol r ursloiiidlH.
Will, of course, wish to sco all the sI;;Lts
eonifortaMy ami cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl'TULUN ll'V COMPANY
has, through its connections in the Wss
and Northwest, placed on sale lar,'o
number of Toi'itisrs' Kxltusion Tickets
at greatly redtised rates, by which passe ti
gers cau not only visit Uie Centennial Kx
hihition nt l'liiladeljilila, but can, in addit
ion, sisit the principal eastern cities', wlihan
opportunity of slopping at uny ol the great
number of famous resorts in New York
and Pennsylvania. The C AN ADA M1 I'll
ICRS' is tho only liue Irom tho west running
directly to Niagara Fulls, ghiujf passen
gers, Irom the triu, a wonderful panoramic
view ot tho .MIGHTY CATARACT,
UOHSK-Slloh: FALL, the tiRKAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly ut the
Kails. The track ol tho CAN ADA Mil' 1 11
KUN is an atr line, laid with rteel rails d
lliu heaviest pattern; there are no curves
or grades; w o,d is Used tor ttlel; Coaches
are turnl-Iu d witn t tie wiiii'tieii t'al-i.
Ventilator, ensuiirg pudect lr.'edoiu lioin
dust. Vt i h I's eomplete svstein of magidf
cent PARLOR SLKKPINti AND DIUW-
fN ROOM OARS from t IUCAUO
DKTROIT AND TOLEDO, and in admir
able eonneclions at NlAU Alt A FALLS
AND ItL'FFAI.O with tha N K W YORK
CKSTUALANDF.RIR RAII.WaVS the
Canada Southern Is fast Iccoinin the
FAX URITK LINK TO TUK FAST. Tickets
via this iiopular lino cau bo procured at ul
olticcs of connecting lines, or at the com
Any inloi matiou'c tit ho obtained by ad
dressing FRANK K. SNOW,
Gen'l Pas. and Ticket A"'t. Dt iKuir.
IN SANKBUPTCY. ,
Iu the llistrict t'olirlwf th 1,'nited Males, lor the
sioiithern l'l-tie t ot Illinois, Li bankruptcy,
In the matter of Michael llcillnou & IVi naid
Notice is hereby given that a l-elition luubet u
II led in mii.i cunit by sunt Mu lmil livllOroii uutl
Iter, aid Weil of tairo, iu tho cuuutv of Alex
.i.i. lei , iu sunl Uiatricl, duly declaitl baukintn
iiinler the aci ol cotiivs ol Miieii - it. i-i
inl a "Iim Imrne and eerlilicaU' thereof, lioiuull
their del 'Is aud other claims iiroMihlo liudcr said
ael, aud Hull the li th day of Oct.,t.cr, Isji.. ut
eloeu w'cliM'k a. iu , l asiKUed far the heaiiux
ol uie baiuo uy ilia tunl e.nirt, at Uie i uueu
Slates Court room lu the city ol KpriiiKilt Id,
w lieu and where all creditors of said httiikrnpi
and ull other nelsons iu iutM-eat. iuuv atieuJ and
alisw rause, 'I any I he if have, w liy tiu pruter of
am pvtuious suuutii noi e gixiu u
t.KO. 1'. llowL.N. ( Urk
I.iueuur ft Lausdau, altorue s tor H-tili'ueis.
latcd hpruiKlitld. Ill , sl't. is, I'. I:".
A lex ill.
All or ,
.Tames A. I
teen (l.ii In
which i nhall -Sotitli-wr".t
City ot Cairo, in th. er
uud Mate ol IliinoK t.
frmbtr, A. !., i.7t, at ,flVt:n
o clock, A M for ei, t .aid ex-
edition. At.Kx. II in. iv.
Sn rill' of Alexander t nnnty, Illinois.
siro, Hi., AtiKUft vn. l.x(i. dtd
To nriilite nnllilcr).
l'iil'(U wi l,e received until Sfon.Uv, 2nd
OdoUr. nt MnVliH'k, a m., lor th ImiMinir nf
one brMyr arroHS l.nwrrnct cm k . two inlif-n
nortli i.l I hoU , one hundred and fiulit feet
lotKjOiip tiridife U'lnM Nindv rrt-fk, on the
t 'niro und .I..ne:,ovo road, ninety-two feet loiiM ;
undone lirulirr arm ( oowr'i creek. on (he ( niro
ind .lone Iioro tnd, Mxtv fi-rt lonr, thrrountv
re.rvihf the riyht to reject any or nil l,.
Hid n til lie cons ill led lor uny or ull l.ruli s
sciHirutely or tOireitiev . '
r'or la"n and i-ee-ii. ;itioii .-.pily to
III"-. WILSON, ( 'mini v t'r.m'r.,
at Il.iiiiilay l:ri i. oin. c.
I u.ro, m ,t, 1 1, !-7,..
Mrs. C. McLean,
I.Hi.K stock' of Millinery und lancy
Ooods. A lir.si-clum Millinerv Stoip iii
every respect. fl-l.t-ain
CO It Fit
Ntreeli, 4 hi.
Oiarlerrd ly the
Suite of lllinon
for the exprens
purpo of uiviiiff
immediate relit f
n all rtfseii of private, chronic, and uriiiiiry dj-
M-a-.es in all their complicated form. It is well
known that Ir. .lame hun Htood ut the head ol
the profession for Uie paht ;to vears. .We and
evpcrichccarcad-importint. Neininnl eik
lies, night louses by dnnms pimples on the
fare lost manhood, can positively lie cureed
Iridic wanting the mont delicate attention, call
or write. I'lcuauht home fur pn'ionts. A hook
for the million. Marriage lluidc, which tells
) on all alniiit thc.-e iinea(M-8 who clioul 1 marry
w hv not lo centu to pay poMafrc. I'r- Juiues
has oil rooms uud parlor. Yon me no one hut
the doctor oilico hours, a m. to 7 p.m. sun
duvs,l ito I.'. All business fetrictlv conllden
r.JVf? WiVff ft to sen the New
ali rtssttlstal Book
atiBa Events at tha National Canital
In-t the book for the times. Gives a lull hintot y
of the National Capituland liovernnient. Shows
how the government hua bfs-n muunireil sine its
orKaniation. l.xjilains bow Jobs ure put
throuirli couktcss. (dves a lull history of lite
w tuskv Irauds and ltelkuuti scaiulal. It srivca
Ihe lic of Haves, Wheeler, Tilden nnd lien
iirtcks. (jrnndcuanre Tor Airents. Aihtiuss,
s-it-vw .1.11 t HAMIiF.lt-, M. Tiuix. Mi
ILLS. NORMAL UXIVERS1TY
Normal, .HrLeau, Co., Ilia.,
ForlheircprntiDn of fi'arhers. Kxclnsively
l'lvli snionul iu-lriictioti for those who are pre
pared for it. Tuition fre. Next term behind
SepteinlXT tth, J rSTif. SuH-rior academic instruc
tion at low rates, in the Model department.
Adapted to any grade, fmni the yonnre.t pupils
to those llttini tor the bet uolleires. tfeud for
cutaloh'tte, or iiil'lress,
mwix c. UF.WF.rT. rres't.
A Hi.-- I -ili 1 in Normal. 111.
Enjfli.-h RrusKftls, Three Ply nnd Ingrain,
also, Stiir Cnrpet,'tdvet Rtitfs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., vei v chesp
at the Old Place
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpi ts carefully packed and sent, to anj
putt of tho foiled states tree of charge.
I3-SEND'.rOR PRICE LIS1V
7-4-1 y. J. A. DENDALL.
Ily or,lerof the rounty Coniniisi.ineis of Al
evunder county, tliei will be olTi red fr sale, a
public auction, at 'i'liencs, oil the ti"h day of
Sept , IsTii. ut 11 o'clock, a. m , ths old t o trt
House, iiicUidinir the grounds on which it i situ
ated, designated and known as the I'ulilic
s.iiioe. Terms of the sale: f arfh or rounty
iinl.-l tedness. O. V. SAMIMXS, to. Cnra'r.
:iir , s-Jit. 14, ts;-;.
Kitty cents, ut Winter' Oallerv.
A Prions. Good Thing
That courts lnvfstiattno
'liint coiKjueis prjudic.
IT ITBU ALE.
fr'rvvr and t .tir In rytry form,
l;sppla, loriila I lur,
Mfairaillf la. Klirlnialloa,
llratlavi'Ut.. I.ltrr l vuil.t. Heart Ilaaa,
fmlatalai a dr, Hat-It aad kiuuiarh,
1 bw Mtt.i itii.r n... re ; i-ri Irus Tor
jM I.ltrr nss lalla:riliii.
siu Uuiiug ul lit- rout laircsl.
Ts mtlira'Pd w ith i-r7f,-iivii conipoubds. C'ursa w
abtorpttou. aetii'tf on tliu litr au,! tuiuaio iuinis.ti.
ati', ukiuK iroiu the j tt' in nor arltcls tf Mala
114 aud Ulllullt iuisuii,
Pa. P. Vf. FiiarnitD :
i 1 tk pleaturs iu le.tif) in that Hotmail's
rd has cured Die. ieuitl ami rlieciuallr, uf tha
chills, aud, iu addition lu thit.it has asrmansatly
cured m ot a torpid artt u ul ths liter, kkh baa
uhjectvd ma In iwriotlual I'ilious attacks; and. as
a coiiK'iuenc, I aru uuw cujoiiii Inter ballh isau
I Lim f' r twelve !.
Attittaut I'oaluiatler. CiuiiiiDali, (.
( ol. Thornton it ell Iho.um the coiuinamW cf
au ludiaua Kogiuirut iu thu r uU ihs Cuufiolsr.
I'rir I?. Vt ill nd hy mail ohea draitirisls do aot
kcp ttisiii. SViel l-.r Imm-W i.iotinn won li aluabla
lulorUialivu utiuut thi wouderlul (uiiuit.
Dr. D. W. FaircMliI, Prop., Ciflciinali, 0.
Ilka TrlhlDr TalnsMo. flOLHA'8 FBVIK
Atil AGI E AND LlVttsl rAl)S. ibal hats aiuu4
Hi tost lur iWtrt, with a nstiaiual rrpoiatioa for
,hf'X .'J?."-15 COL'atHUTlU
A NO 1M1TATKU I cluiuty iuUius, aad aod-r
uthar aauies. kWm ars a ii.dl aolt"D, ctbsrs a
t'ttsr Ibsa so math saw dust. THIV ARC AsC
I KAl Pd : (otlvo up lo tstl ut th rrpuUti' n of Im
s.uuiu. Bt Y VOMtfct'T HiitMAfi a. bBAli
HI PIOTl'BI ASD MONATTkl. U.rtt-r vl
lug uisappalutBisul sad iMiptwItk.
C i'l ii v'''.'(i-V, 'W' . n fc
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