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J. G. LYNCH S
Real Estate Column
Alexander I'liiin!)' hind. aii' n,
4'haiiyi- t"i M. Louis .n.iciiy.
A hm res-Idem e on corner Halhruok
untie mid Twenty-third -tint, ut a
I he n.itli lii.lt nt' the "Pilot" houe itt
Foil UK NT.
--Omul tun Mm y Li i.k iiiiuMi- lur
.ill.'' '.I III I ulili e nil Colli In. r.:i,ll l Vr til II',
I ! l.ltVCIllll Mid Twelfth.
- lii i. k lUcllinvr corner Nini li i nlli
i.il I'lipliir sin-its.
.'vuloori and fixture, ri.iuili .vet u
r Lieditii-bth afreet nrnl Cnmmeri lal
i 'hm-, lit a l.nrt' iiii.
--CntlHtfi- nil 1'welllh trti-l, vw-f lit
iiliinirlcliil uvi-liiic, J lit,
I .Veiling hnil-i mi I ni l licet, w
i. Watiliiy ttui avi inn-.
I 'il hll-ilic-s linil-r nil I I'Vl-e Ircet,
kl.nv L.ivliili, i:u i ni li.
-Store Innllt li liltlt-i iltl HVl IlUe,
U'M to W aveily hotel, i In.
Twi -try liiiii-i- mi i oiiiiiiiii i.il hv-
Mil'. Twil ti'lirillMit" sililulile or shoi
- Storc-ioom cornet Twentieth mii1
ri.lnr hlri-i-l.'. IM ",n.
Store riMHii nd joiniii;r Mlinvc, j--.
I " stair of hoiiM'nti i 'muicrcial uv-
i.ni', M-iir loth Ktn-i-t. Suiiatile f.ir
I welling, f.
Tenements Miinbi n il w, :i nnd 1'
V infer' How. r riMiiiii inch for $10
fi r month. In flrst-cla-s nrd r.
trrihan Asylum hulldiu-r .ni l jititni
. JJt-nl low, to n Rood t n Hit.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Hoom. In various parts ot tin t ity.
FOIl l.E ASK OK SALE.
tands, In tract to cult, ru-nr Cairo.
Bmlr4 Sen Htorr.
ilrr.t'. McLean, our popular Millim r,
ha, rrmoveil from lur ohl Ptatul ou
Kirhth Rtreet, to Vlnter'a Bloi k, t nrnrr
01 Seventh ilmt ami Comnifrcial ave
nue. With a larpe store ami lnrreaM.J
l.toilitii She U now receiving new
good from the dirTi-rent traJe e nter.t,
keeping a much lartrer ami more varied
.look on )mml than formerly. Kiiyinjf
gooilH in larger qtiantitie, fhi can .nil
at much lower price?, guuratitw iiig -atis-fact
km in cviry lntance, hoth a to her
work nnd the iinalitv of goixl-.
A beautiful line of Linnd-nuiilt- l-ont uimI
alexea for gentlemen, at prices as low as
fir mat hinc sewed pulJ ela:where, at the
City Shoe htore. (jcntlemcn chotilil not
fa.il to fe them ln lore they have a. jair
made. A perfect tit and fjua'.ity guaran
For a smooth rhave, u neat and la-h-ionable
hair cut. or refrei-hing ihauipno,
go to lid. ISraxtoii,ut the iil.itiki s' hnrher
parlor. The Ik-i-1 of ici fiiineric and
hair tonics iilvNays kept on hand. 1 In
built 1 1 nun iniiiH-i teil with llii1 i-t.itili-li-nil
lit i-i the only one in the fit , and is
always kept in the neate.-i ordi r, ready
lor the coiiveiiii-iiei of cuitniiii r-. tl
Sin-lecoid i'i "
Klve Mird lot.s ' 2
tiiAi. I aHaI'HK ami in-; Mi.Mit :
Single ton rl .VI
Thre' :i -'
Five :i i
Orders for Wove woml will l- pioinptly
tilled. A choice lot ol kiiiillin; on hand
by '. W. Win m i it .1 'o.
Mr. liiiMuvc iVet.i'l having returned
to i aim, has fitted up his old rooms cor
ner of F.ighth street and 11111nerclal
avenue, as a lirit-cla? phutograph gal
lery, where he w ill lie happy to sec his
old friends and patrons, as well as si-ores
ol new ones. All orders in the picture
line will be executed in flrft-ilas style,
and at prices to suit, the times. Mr.
Wetel still adheres to hi old principle,
"-'Htiilaction or no charge." ."s-IU-lm.
M. .1. McUauley Is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood s Pills, celebrated
tor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure jriur
unteed In all cases, lie employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
lie procured at his drug fctorc, No. ;h)S
i'ommcrcial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
f.0 cents per doen. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. K-lO-dillll
II ar r libit rK ih.
We will deliver our liest lump coal on
C. and V. li. II. track in aito at i per
ear load of
This coiil has xo bi i-erior for grate-
and household uses generally.
Addn-xi all orders lor coal to
J AMIS A. VlAI-l. X, Co.,
tiood hoard can he procured at the
Railroad house, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing rates :
I ay board $-1 00 Kr week.
Hoard and lodging 4 X ' "
lepite what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always tlnd on tho
table ".something to eat." 0-21-2 w
J. Hae-urice Mt-rluhoiiM-a.
ou Kighlh street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
lashlonable hair cut or a -smooth shave
or anything else iti the barber line. La
dies' and ehildrens' lialr cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
Tlio oltlcers ot tho Mississippi county
Agricultural Society, In addition to other
attractions, have secured I. T. I.iucgar,
of Cairo, for a epeucU at Charlestou on
Thursday next, September 28th. Every
arrangement has been made for tho ac
commodation, ot Cairo people. 'J-23-5t
AXMAI t. HI. VI ft
We are aiilliiirisl to mitinuii' - .InllN II.
KuHINSiiM a a randiil.t'i- for Mierifl nl Ale.
au-ler i oiinly, nt tin- cuinii.K county election.
We i-authorited toannounr I'KTF.R S Al l',
fur n liulejienilent candidate for Mu-iiiT i.f Al
tan tt-i i niiiiM . ai it.r emming count) tied ion.
M AIti A'llOltNKV.
I I'lT'iH III l.t.M r IW : I'leme. alili'iUUr tint I
m 1 candidate lor tl mine ol Male Alton ey
lor Aliinli-r ruititv t the nmli ibr
li in Wm C. Mi i i.i i .
W uie mil hon 'cl In ann'-iuee i.H. VV .
IIKMil.'H US. Ml . a- i-anlidnta at Ibe No
vpiiiIkt i"i'i i,..i., i-i fliHU-g Atl-iri.ev f n Ale
atid. 1 r i ii t li 1 1 .
I Itti III U.I II h .
r xrr milli. ili?i.l to MiinmilH WILLIAM
W M'l'HLK I r.lM hh a rii..ulo fur I in nil
In!, i.f A Irxumlri l oiintv ut On- .-if i 1 1 (T ' '
M r tr aiiltmiii-.l tn minniiiiiT .li rtlS K,
II All MAS HI k ruli.thliilr li.r tllf ulliic i. III
nut i ll-ill i.l Alrxutvli-r I'Oiinty ut tdp ,11-11111)
i-niiiil v Hn linn.
v a n autli iv I li iiiiiiiiih i- .loll.N A.
1:1 I f s a 1 aii'li,lii- tor Hip i.llni-oti in nit
I li rk at the Nn-.i Hiln-i i-l-i linn.
WmiPMinliori"! t iatinr.iini V I 11 r "M!
. a lull.ll.l .If f ir tl.P ).flj. F l.t I ilrll.t I 'lM : i f
Mexuii'li-i i i.iiiity at th' Ninftnlwr t-li-i nmi
Al AtIN LOlM.K, Ml. M.
i:iii-?M of I'ythiun, nifi ts i-vi-ry Kri
.Uy tii-ilit Ht Imlf Mt rnrvvn, m O.M-
inn-i nun. huni,
( littin vllur i"iinimri U r.
Al.KXASHI-.R LOIH.IC, Ml 'i'A.
Iiiili-..a't-jit ilnl-r of Oit-t-K-l-l.,w.
in I-. t'Vi-ry Iliurs'Uy mylit
ut l.ull-iiut fwvfii, in tlii ir hall un
:,,.'i,iti., Im'1-i.i'Ii .i(L)i aiiJ -M-it-iitb
. A. Hiviiiu: N li
' Willi I LNi,ltl-.4hM, I O. O. ., tut
1 iu ') .M-Iriluwi-' Hull 011 llii Unit umi tlnr-1
1.- .;) 111 ni-ry iiiontti, at lilf it r-nn
A . CjMINI.-l. C 1
a CAIUH I.OIMjK, Ml. 237, A. F. A A M.
lloK r-iriilur ruturiiuniratiuiia in
Xni.' lull, c.iiji r 1 oiiuiii n iul avvuuc
' ' uii-l 1- ik't,' li etrti-t, ou llii "'jnil arnl
'--.nth .Muhduv ol toi L ruoutii.
I K41UI ' AMVl.BriHI Xi.
I - - - -
I3"A11 liilli for ajlvi-rtiaiDK, are ilue an l pay
alili It AtVA!r(
TruDnii iit iHlvi-rtiaiiift will be inwrtel at Uw
rU of tl per -Miliar-- for the firJt inm-rtion
an. V) ci-uu for fwtx ulniiutut one A libural
lUiwunt will be ma le on atimJinx ami ilmpl
For iniieTtiug Funerul notii-e $1 011 Notice of
row-tiDg of societii-d or secret orlrr cents for
each tuner lion
Church, Society, Fertival sn.l Hupln-r notice
will only be inarrteil aa a-lvertinemenU
No ailTcrtlaetuent will be noeiveil at lraa than
V) tenu, ami no aaverlii-ement will le Iniu rtt-U
fur lent than three dollars per month
a, i---- , Local Buaineaa Notices, of
3fZ " ten Unf or more, Inaerted
O-V-a-aj i ia tije Bulletin urn followe :
Commence CountinaT at ten Lines.
One insertion per line A Cents
Two insertions per Une 7 Cents
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line 35 Cents
Ho Reduction will te made in atov
FKIUAY. SKPTEMBEI: 2!. WP.
I o rial M rather Keporu
Caiiio, III., Si j.t isT'i.
1IUK I 11 A it . ; Ill. I l.Ml ' VtL.
; a in I i.l -I 'f
II i .Hi. l i- i i. l j
i i.ni H'.i-s j i
i.'-.-' I i.i'i '
fi rtfeant. "ikiiul si-r-rlii-. t . . A.
For sali', a new top buggy and a "et of
new hariu-s. Apply to A. II. Imi.
it l l tf
Wiitited, a tenant ou a fruit farm ocnr
'illn l.'idge Station ou the Illinois i n
tral railroad. Apply to li. Ariui.
!i-M-tf Cairo, 111.
I'he hll-incs rixiin, I'd OIllO levee
lately occupied by I. Farnbaker, is va
cant and for rent ; al-o the cellar and an
olllce up stairs, in sntne building. For
particulars apply to Hubert Smyth, 00
Ohio levee. If
A. Black, of the City Shoe Store,
has added a wholesale department In the
house, wherein the usual goods of the
trade will be kept, to which he siiecially
invites the traders ot the city and vicin
ity, lie will duplicate the prices of any
house in tho W est. Term, strictly cash.
Mrs. S. Williamson has just returned
from St. I.ouis with a full line of millin
ery goods of all kinds, and she thinks
she can supply any and all with any kind
or shape or style ot hat they desire. Call
and examine her stock before purchasing
Ladies and misses will find at present
the finest stock of styli.-h shoes of elegant
make in the city at the City Shoo Store,
Xo. 1 10 Commercial a cnue. Keeping
as they do, only the very best make, pur
chasers can rely on getting a satisfactory
article. Full guarantee given for custom
work. Prices range very low. !i-2:Hw
TtiHrleMtiiM Fair S !
'i'he St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railway will sell tickets Irom
Cairo to Charleston and return for $1.50,
good for four days, commencing Scptcm-la-r
2'ith. Train leaves Cairo at i:15
a.m., returning, leaves Inrleston at 0:15
p.m. .1, C, .i jim Kit,
Hflh Wanl oenioi-mls, Allenlliiu.
There will be a meeting of tho Filth
ward Demoernts at JamesCarreirshou.se
in tho Filth ward, on Wednesday even
ing, Kept. 27th, at 7:-0, for tho purpose
of organizing a Iicmocratic campaign
club. By order of
2t P. II. Coiu okax.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
.trcet and Washington avenue, is open to
the public." The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors, and tho I nest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf . Jos. Koxkkkk.P rop'
"(Jallus-v rr Real.
Situated ou Tenth street, between W-il-nut
and Washington, Xo. HO. Possession
given lirst of OctoU-r.
E. A. Bi iiNEjt.
I.eiiei Ml I it in.
The police cnntt-i have Iwetl '-'fry dull
tor tlte pn-t week.
For a tirii-.i-liA-s Uh go In O. May
thorn A Co. 2-:it
Mr. Bobeit Smith's tine trotting colt
won two races at the t hHrlcton fair.
The yellow lever is Said to be pretty
bad lii New i irli-aii'. We don't care about
any ol it in Cairo.
Botln hil l and i ouipsiiy's ( ircnj and
menagerie exhibit In Culm on the Filth
It you want to n-r the largest, cheap
e-t and most i (Hiipl'-lc sto-k of hoots and
dines in the i If v pit sf once to . Hay
I horn .1 Co. is-llt
licad the notice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Itailway regard
ing their Columbus train. The train
leaves Cairo every afternoon, and oluin
bu - every morning. Fare only 51 Wi.
A coinpleie ' tuck ot W c-t Bro." Phila
delphia made dioe", lor ladie-i and ehil
drens wi nr, jic-f opened by . Haythoru
X o. Ji-:ir
Itirlge !ri I ll's speech before the i'll-
deti and liendrii k Sweepers on Tuesday
night, was very pleasing to the members
of that club. It was bailM-cue all over,
and that's what the Sweeper", a" well as
eyerboily else, wants.
The various committees appointed by
the Sweeper on Tuesday night have
already gone to woik in the interest of
our big barbecue and mass mi-eting in
order that tiny maybe able to make a
satisfactory report on Monday night.
Fifteen thousand people will vi-it
Cairo on the ocea-ion ol our big ma-s
meeting and tree barbecue, all ol whom
will be fed free of charge. Everything
will lie conducted in real old ladiion,
and it will lie a truly old fa-hioned fiflair
from beginning to end.
Says the Pulaski Patriot:
Circuit ocurt commences next Mon
day, Judge Baker presiding. There are
on the Docket 2."i criminal cases, 80 chan
cery ; and t2 law cases. The case ol
Alice M. Lane vs. W m. M. Hathaway,
mandamus to compel the County Super
intendent to give Miss Lane a teacher's
certiticate, is perhaps the most interesting
case to the public on the docket.
The slaughter of helpless children, dur
ing the Summer months, has rw-en terri
ble in all the great cities. Most of the
deaths are attributed to heat, but uni-ues-tionablA
tilth and dirt had more to do
with the exws-ive mortality. B. T. Bab
bitt's best soap saved thousands of lives
by its efliclent cleansing properties.
The great mas meeting and free bar
becue, will come off at a date not later
than October tenth. Already the
grounds on the other side of the narrow
gauge railroad, near the point, which are
the very prettiest and best location for
the afl'air to be found In this vicinity,
have been sulccted.
When the committee, now out solicit
ing aid for the big mass meeting and bar
becue visits you. do not turn them away
empty-handed, but give them something,
it matters not how much. Let those who
cannot contribute an ox give a sheep, or
hog. 1Ct those who cannot give a sheep
or hog, contribute a chicken, nnd If you
have no chicken give a loaf ol bread.
Every little helps, you know.
The dying poet, (ioethe, on his death
bed used these last words : "More light."
The dying philanthropist of to-day,
thinking ot the wellarc of millions of his
fellow beings, might very naturally say
"More soup." lie could hardly fail to
utter this ejaculation, if a thought ol tne
magical pron rties of B. T. Babbitt's
Best Soap liAppi-iied to cross his waning
While the Ariudne was in t-hase of the
ity nl Helena, on Wednesday afternoon,
when on her return to the city with the
city council, she struck a log in lk)g
Tooth bend with her wheel with such
lorce that she bent her shaft badly. She
will have to go on the docks to be re
paired. The . Ariadne was tendered the
council by Captain W. P. Ilallidar, for
the trip, tree of charge.
Judge llileman, of Jonesboro, who wai
nominated by tho last Democratic Sena
torial convention for senator, and Mr.
Thomas Ronton, editor of the Jonesboro
Ga:cttf, were In the city yesterday.
Miss Lucretia Walbridge, who has been
absent from the city for several weeks,
Miss Mollie Webb, returned yesterday
afternoon,' after a three weeks visit to
Mr. John 11. Oberly and lamily will re
turn from Philadelphia to-day.
Mr. Aekertnan, editor ot the Pulaski
Patriot, was in the city yesterday anl
paid, the BrLi.tTiN a call.
Yesterday we received a rail from Mr
John X. -ihephard, a citizen ol Pitts
burg. Pa. During the latter portion ol
the war Mr. Shephard was engaged in
the government service at this point, and
betore returning to Pittsburg, his old
home, was attached to the first national
bank of our city. On leaving Cairo he
separated from many warm friends, who
were glad to meet him in their midst
Diklrlrl fti-hool Klrrllou Moll re.
Notice is hereby given, that on Satur
day. the Seventh of October, i:exr, at the
school house, on Eleventh street, district
Xo. 1, in township Xo. 17, range 1 west,
Alexander county, Illinois, an election
will be held for one member of board of
education to till vacancy for said district.
Which election will bo opened at ten
o'clock, a. in., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. in., of the same day.
By order of County Superintendent of
Publio School. PaoKitK A. Taylor.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, 1S70.
The Heal lit lite Worlil.
When Henry Winter sends South alter
oyster he gets the best on the roast,
fresh from their native beds In the briny
deep. IId now hat them I-i the bulk and
cau, and we know they are the best In
the world. Oysters are our tailing, aud
w hen we get them Irom Winter's we gen
erally increase at least one pound In flesh
alter eating them.
CAIRO ! BARBECUE
We Art to Hold it on the 10th of OctoUr.
VI hiat ttnn llei-n llrnie Tnnnril-a 11 a k
Inn II i Mii fi-s
The Mvi-c-r. according to announce
mi nt, met at their hall on l ii -iIhx night
lor the purpose of discussing the feax
Ibilily of a grand mu- s meeting ami free
barbecue In Cairo. There was a good
rowd piesent and Cnnnly Clerk J. E.
Lynth was called to the'ehair, in the ab
sence o the president, the Hon. Thomas
"I'pon Mr. Lynch taking his -eat, the
following ieotulioii wa f.nVrp.l, which
was unanimously adopted.
AVi .ci-i, That the I lemnr-racy of
Alexander county should hold a 'mass
meeting and free barbecue In aim on
a day not later than October loth.
Second, Tint a committee ol tlirie bp
appointed to net in conjunction with the
county committee and other Democratic
clubs of Cairo in making necessary pre
paration.; fnr the iiia" meeting and bar
becue. Third, i hat a committee o Ihree be
appointed to ai-l in procuring sub-crip-tions
for the lurbccne.
Fourth, That said committee report
tn our adjourned mcrtiii" of the club
next Mntiday night.
After the vote on the above resolutions
was taken, the following committees
were appointed by the chair In accordance
I 'niler second resolution committer1,
Hon. W. II. (ireen, Hon. Thomas Wil
son and A. II. Irwin.
tin the committee to solicit subscrip
tion for the barbecue and mass meeting,
were appointed apt. Jesse Mcllallle,
Lieutenant Levy and Capf. ;. D, Wil
The following resolutions in regard to
the dispat.hes lately published by the St.
Louis Glubr-pniHif-nit , were read and
unanimously adopted, and ordered
printed in the St. Louis Timet, St. Louis
(Jliibe-Demuerat and St. Louis liepubli'an,
Coiro Bulletin and Argu-Jmrnnl :
Whereas, It was reported to the St.
Louis Uloht-Drmocrat that there appear
ed in the ranks ot the Democratic torch
light procession, on Friday night last,
certain persons dressed in ku klux uni
form ; and
W hereas, I lie parties who made these
statements knew that the uniforms used
were uniforms belonging to the mystic
krew, and they reported a malicious lie
in reporting them as ku klux.
limolctd, That the source of these
telegrams be .denounced as liars, who
sent forth these statements lor party pur
poses. After listening to a short eieech by
Judge Green, the club adjourned to meet
Tin Fifth Hani Tlliiein anil llen-
ilrli ka lub.
A meeting was held at Mr. James Car
roll's house, in the Fifth ward, ou Wed
nesday night lor the purpose ot organiz
ing a Tilden and Hendricks club. There
wa3 a good crowd present, including
about twenty ol the Sweepers' club, who
attended in unilorm.
The meeting was culled to order by
Alderman Thomas W. llalladay, and
Juincy McGee was chosen secretary.
The permanent officers were then cho
sen, resulting in the electoin ol Mr.
C. K. Howell for president, (ieorge Van
Braeklin, vice-pre-iilent, John Connors,
secretary, and Ernst IVttit, treasurer.
Mr. Pat Corcoran was elected captain
of the organization. The election ot the
balance ol the officers was postponed.
Alter the election. George Hendricks
delivered a snort speech, and the glee
club sang a song, both of which were
TIuj organization has twenty-eight
members, and is composed ot the fol
lowing named gentlemen :
Geo. Van Braeklin, C. IL Howell,
Michael Hickey, John Thompson,
William Minnrd, William Gugant,
A. P. Hank, Plinnay Mills,
Andrew Williams William Kendall,
(. A. Osborne, James Kennedy,
John Dolcn, Phillip Brown,
Thomas Easlcy, William Eedburn,
Michael Harrington .. P.Halley.
J. 11. Greathouse, John Barry,
M. Harrington, James Harrington,
Wart Cofley, John McGlnnis,
II. B. Fox, P. A.Carrigan,
Itatlroad lujout-llon Case.
The Cairo and St. Louis railroad in
junction suit, w herein the city ot Cairo
applies for an Injunction restraining the
roilroad company irom appropriating
any portion of the levee, except that
granted them by contract, lor railroad
purposes, will be argued to day in the
circuit court before Judge Baker.
Ilie i-lrou Trail."
A spicy sketch descriptive of a trip
over the Atchinioii, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Hocky Mountains,
by "Nym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic, critic of the Xew York W'viU,
scut free on application, together with
the San Juan UuiJe, maps and time
tables ol this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchinsou to
Pueblo, Denver and all points in Col
orado, New Mexico. Arizona and the San
Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Sleepers on the continent between the
Missouri river aud the Kocky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets Irom the Missouri river
to Denver at $50, good to ptop oil at all
T. J. Anui rson,
General Passenger Agent.
:miuiicu Hotel ami Kralanraut -31
Day Hoarder Wanted.
The European hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ot Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue, will open October 1st.
1S70. Terms, $4 50 per week. This is
au excellent place for families to get oys
ter, which will -ms seryed in ' any style
desired, together with all other choice
edibles the market affords. Boarding on
the European plan. Three tickets for $1.
Give we a call. For board and lodging
Inquire on the premises.
0-23-2W Mi:s. II. Walki it, Prop'r.
Cairo, Ills., Hcpl. 2, WU.
There has been mi material change in
the situation of business in this city
from that reported in the la-d Issue of
the I'un k Ct hitK.r. The weall-rr Is
still cool an l pleusunt. through the day,
and rather cool nr night, and alrn--t Is
expected at any time. The rivfrs have
been ri'ing rapidly since Wednesday
morning, and are still going up. The
produce tnerihants are in very food
spirit. Country produce Is in ext client
demand, and all sold upon arrival.
In the llour market hiisine continues
very fair, with good prospects for abet
ter bit ore. The transaction in choice
grade continue about as last reported,
the ino'-t urgent demand still being for
good low grades. The stocks of choice
i not In excess of the demand, but ju t
about sullicicnt to s'atisly it. The mo
ilium grades are In-ginning to get thim-d
out under a fair demand, f or the low
grades the demand continue very
urgent. The market is almost bine of
'1 here is nothing new nr encouraging
to say ol the hay market. There Is yet
and abundance of common stock heri
that Is not saleable ut any' price, while
choice is scarce, with a fair demand.
The receitps are very light, the condi
tion of the market being known through
out the country.
The corn market is almost - dull us it
IUII IV.--SIUIV7 , I . I lirir IS iiuiiit (Hilling
which Is satisfactory to the merchants,
for there is no demand whatever, except
for milling purposes. There is very little
being done in the oats market. The re
ceipts have continued very light, and
the supply Is exceedingly light. The de
mand is moderately good, though choice
heavy, for shipping purposes would
bring 40 cents. Meal and bran are dull.
There Is very little Inquiry for either.
City meal Is in good supply. The stock
of country is limited.
There is a very urgent demand for
choice butter, with a market that is bare.
Eggs are in good supply, the demand is
fair, ot prices reduced from those last
quoted. The demand lor poultry is
good; the supply is limited. The trade
in apples Is looking up gradually. The
supply on hand at present is fair, and
equal to the demand. Good Irish po
tatoes arc in limited supply, and In
good demand at 00 cents per bushel.
Strictly choice Northern butter will find
sale at 27 cents. Kates to Xew Orleans
AojjrOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given arc usually lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and lor broken lots it is
necessary to charge au advance over
w.n nr.3iil.ln ..... CI. ...... ! . . . I
This market is firm. The demand for
good low grades is increasing, and they
are very scarce. The inquiry for medium
grades is moderate. Choice grades arc
in good supply for the demand. Flour
ranging in price Irom $4 to $t 25 is what
is wanted. The sales reported were .100
bbls. various grades, $:K-,fi ; luO bbl.
$3 2.1; 200 bbls. $.- 40; 200 bbls. various
grades, $:l 2.VX-3 2.1; S,"o bbls. various
grades, city, lit).
This market is also very dull. There
is an abundance of common hay on hand,
for which there is no sale. Of choice
there is very little here, while mulling
else is inquired lor. We note (In s-alc of
1 ear choice Timothy, fl2.
This market is also very dull. There
Is very little corn on the market, but
what is here is sullicient to satisfy all the
demand. The only sale reported was
that of 1 car w hite, In sacks, -Me.
This market is quiet, for the reason,
that there is no stock here to speculate
on. There has been very light receipts
of oats lor several weeks, and the stock
has diminished down to almost nothing.
We note the sale of 1 car Southern Illi
nois, in bulk, 31c. Choice heavy sacked
oats will bring 40a for -shipping purposes.
The local market is quiet, city meal is
in good supply at the mills. The stock
of country meal on hand is light. There
Is a very light demand. We note the
sale of 100 bbls country, 2.1.1. City is
held at 2.:i0.
Bran Is plenty and dull. We note the
sale of 200 sacks, 55c
This market is bare of choice butter,
while there is a very excellent demand.
Choice northern will bring 27c. There is
very little common butter on hand. We
note the saleof 200 lbs northern, 212Cc ;
100 lbs Southern Illinois, -JOG -' -c, 10 pkgs
choice northern, 2-V.
This market is pretty supplied,
while the demand is fair. Prices have
declined since Monday. We note the sale
ot 4W) dozen, lie ; 10 cases, liJOc.
We note the sale of three coops young
chickens, $2 50. This market is only
moderately supplied, and there is a good
demand for both young chichcus aud old
hens. Good young chickens will bring
from $2 00 to $2 50 per coop, t ld hens
will lind ready sale at $:l 00. There is
none ol the latter in market.
There is a fair supply of apples in the
market, which are -selling at prices rang
ing from $2 00 to $2 50. Tho sales
noted wero 10 bbls choice red. $2 21 ; 5
bbls choice red, $2 00; 10 bbls medium
red, $1 50&$ 00.
Good Irish potatoes arj scarce aud in
good demand, at 50 cents per bushel. Xo
sales were reported.
We note the sale ot 5 dozen parlor
brooms, f J 00; 5 dozen common, $2 00.
We quote salt In car load lots, $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, $1 73.
HIDES AND FUBS.
Sheep Peits Jreen 75c $1 23 ; dry
40 00c shearings 10 20c.
Fi-rs Beaver Xo. 1 fj 60; No. 2
$1 5H; Xi. : $1 ; No. I Vi. . uttrr-Xo.
I 9-ti; No. 2 $ I ; No. .1 ?J;Nn. I ,
Mink No. I $1 ; No. 2 ';.; No. ;', t-V;
Xo. 110c. Kai coon No. I 70c; No. 2
lOc; Xo. :I2i'r; No. IMi. Skunk No.
Km! Xo. 2C.V; Xo. .1 :i(c: No. I lac.
Fox -Gray-No. 1 $1 ; No. 71c ; No. 15
iAi;red lox No. 1 il ; No. i 7
Opo'snm Nr. 1 lOe; No. I Sc : No. II
;i-V. Mitskrat-N'o. 120e; No. 2 I V; No
:i 10c. Bear No. I 10; No. 2 7 No. 1
f l; No, 4fl. Wolf Mountain Xo.
f i " ; No. j i 7.-, : Xo ,11; No. 4 7 V;
Prairie Wolf No. I ?1 21; No. 2 .Vic,
Wild Cf 2c. Ilnii;p fat Inc. Ba-ltfor
We quote Paradise .it, I .Ml. Carbon or
track, lump, $;l: nut, $-2: delivered ni
load ier ton. lump, J:l iVi: nut. ?2 7.1
delivered per single ton. lump. $1; mil
J3 2-1; llaiim or Ilarrisburg urnl m
track per load. lump. $27 . hut. -v 1 1 i ; di
Ivered per ton, s:t .Mi ; Piit-burg pel
car loads on track, 1 .7) n-r ton finL
ton. delivered, ii!.
lor 4 o I ii n t ti a.
The SI. I.onii, Imri
rind Si'iilliiin Railway are
tiin a train h;aing
Inn ut 7'pt a.m.. arriving at
a.m. Returning, leaves 'aim at 2:7) p.m..
infixing nt olumbu-' at .1:10 i-.m. Fare,
$l.5n. Sept. :" -t:t.
Kii.aanuil Iti-ns" Hull
We have a lew imys and hicir-' lints
lett at 50 and 7-1 cent-, each. The same
goods will cnt double cl-ew hi re.
2i'-rr o. Hivitioitv. & i'ii.'-;.
I r Male 4 li .
'I hi- line dental oilltit lornieily owned
by Dr. P. I.. W illiams. For terms ap
ply to Mrs. P. L. W illi ims. Tenth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
The best violin, guitar and ha-s - tiinirs
in the city and musical instrument s of nil
kinils can be obtained of E. A W. Ruder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make piano- and organs
a speciality. !i-1n-tf
Gent should know' they c:in buy a silk
hiit of the best quality and the latest
style for il .10, at O. Haythoru - n.'s.
Ho ! For St. Louis Fair.
Illinois O:th ai. R. R. Co.,)
Cairo, 111.. Sept. 2'!, l7'i. j
To persons wishing to attend the St.
Louis Fair, commencing October 2d, we
will sell excursion tickets to St. Louis
and return, at 7.20; East St. Louis and
return, at $0.00. Commence -ale ot
tickets September .10th ; good to return
until October 11th, inclusive.
Jam Kg Johnson.
General Southern Agent.
.1.11. Jonks, Ticket Agent. !). 20.01
Sherlfl a Male.
By virtue ol' an exucutinn to lnc directed
liy ilie Clerk of tlie circuit Court of Alex
Mi'iiler Co'-nty, in the s-ute of Piinois, in
l ivi.r of Hernard Mr Manns uii-l aAiost
James A. Fry, 1 have levied upon the fnl
lowing described propuity. in l-'ir-t Addit
ion to llm Lily of Cairo, in llio County ot
Alexander and SUte of Illinois, to-wit :
All of tlm rL'lit title ami inti-rt-st of Kiid
Jiitnes A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen li:l) in blnjk numbered I'orty.scveii (47)
which 1 sball otlVr at lublk- sa'u ut tliu
South-w est door i-l tlis Court I louse in tts
City nl Cairo, in the i'ountv of Alexander
and Mutf nl Illinois, on tlm Pith day nl ep
tcnitier, A. !., IsTti, at tin hour iil" eleven
o'clock, A M., tor ca-ii, ti satisfy sai l ev
pi'Ution. AI.kn. II llii IV,
sdii-rill of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., August 'in, inTti, ilt.l
Mrs. C. McLean,
I.AL' L t.tuik of Milliii.ry mil luiuy
J.YI.OIMH. A llrii-i;lii-s MiIIiiiiiv More in
i-u-ry rr.si-t. '--l i 3m
Soiillieni li-trii t of Illinois. SS. At Cairn the
i til tiny of AuiruHt, A. !. IsT-;.
The uiidi'rsi.i.'iie 1 hereby give notice of
li s mipointnif ul as assignee of va atsnn li
Hook. veil, late nt Cairo, in the C'nur-ty of
Alexander an t Mttu ot Illinois, w mini mid
district, who has lipen adjiideil bankrupt
upoti his own .eli;i-ni l-v ilie district court
oi said district. (iKuKUE FI-Ui-;U,
Aug ITiLiw Assignee.
In the Uinti rt Cuuit ol' the L'nitt-d States , lor tin-s-oiitlii-rn
lustiiri of lilnii.ir, ii .ankru.ti y,
In tlio matter of M i-li.u l HrilhiouA Pi-innr-i
.N nl ire is lit-ri'l.y piviti tlmt u jut'tiim lius been
ll It-I in mill court by said .Mii liui-1 lli-ilbrnii aud
ItL-i'. aril Weil of I aim. in tin- coiintv of Ab-v-
aiidi-r, in said district, duly declared baukniiH
under Hit-ai t of I'linirref i ol M. n-li -ml, 1m,?,
fur a ilim lmrite and LfVUIlrjtc tlu-rcul'. Innil nil
tin ir di l.ls and i.lhi r claims iro ublv liudt-r -aid
act. and that Hit- i, Hi duy of Oi'tutwr, Is.u. at
eleven tt'clork a. ni , ii H-,.s'ni i lor Jlif Iiihi inir
ot tin-Mime l y ilut sin. I court, nl oil- i inii-a
Mate Court room in Ilie city of Spring Held,
when and where nil creditors oft-Hid liankriiptrt
and all oilier iit rsou in interest, luuv ulit-n I and
thaw cause, -I any lliev lue, liy tlie i.raycr ol
. aid ietitioni liuuld not i- I'r.Uit d
UK. P. l-.OWl V. Clerk.
I .imvur A. ljum Inn. atiuruevs lur n-titioiii is.
liat.d rniirU.-i.l. 111. , l-t. I A . I . -' .
I -! eiiiiiul K en rlu ll Mh.
Will, of course, wish to -fii all the sl-:lils
Kiiiifortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOl Til KliN K'V 'nMI'ANV
ha., through in cuiiuectiuiiii in tno Wos
ami Northwest, placed mi -:ilo a lar-re
number of loiinsis' Km iksIoN i'u keis
at ereatlv redo ed rates, by w ni. h pas.-eu-Kers
can' uot onlv v isit the ( i iilcnuial Lv..
hibition at l'hilaJelihia, butiau, in addit
ion, is.it the principal eastern citn s, with an
opportunity ol ntoppitu; at any ot the icut
uuaibcr ortanniiia reiurts in New S rk
and Pennsylvania. The. t AN ADA Hid I'll
VMS is the only liue trout the wet runnin-,-directly
to Niagara Falls, Kiviuj; passeu-(,'i-ra,
Irom the train, a w nu lerliil pjiinit ainio
view ol the MhillTY C.VlAUAC'l',
IIOKSE-SUOK FALL, the t.KKAT
HAl'IDS, and landing them directlv at the
Fulls. The track ol the CANADA SOl'lll-
I UN is an air lum, laid with ateel raila nt
the heaviest pattern; thvre are no curves
orradea; wood is used lor tin I; Coaches
srelurnishcd wiUi the Wiiicli--ll I'aKu
Ventilator, ensuring tiictci t ltacdom Irom
duat, W i h its complete v-tciii ot iiiaxnif-
(-1 t IWIU.OI. t-I.KFl'INU AND PIllH
ING KOOM CAliS frau ClIICAtjO
DKTUOIT AND lul.KDO. audita udnnr
able i-oiinectioua at MAUAUA FAl.l.s
AND Hl'FFALO with the NKW YoUK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS, the
Canada Southern ia fuat bei-uuiiiix the
FA YOUITE LIN K TO THE EAST. 1 U kU
via tbu liopular line van be procured at si
onlee of sounectlujj Uoea, or at tlie rou
Any iuforaiatioB cau be obtained by ad
drctsinx FRANK E. tN O W.
Gen'l Pa., aod Ticket A-'L IUTkoit.
WHOLF8AI.K AND RFTAII..
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uornnr l.Hh St. .n't Comm-rcta.1 At,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
M orlflflnci-' Mule.
WiiKi-tx . Lilin Is. I'l.illn, and l.ml.tl I.
I'tiillis hi i wii'i. I.v tln-ir rf-rt iin ale mort
pane, rt; ute-l hii-1 dt-lirpr I to llii undi-rsiniri-!
on lli.- .'.-d day i-i April. A. I.. I;u, did , 'for
tlie ,ur.i.-e of Rei-iir na- a certnin f.runiis-ory
iiule tin nin niPnti'-iii-i, mm ttfaze to il,i undi-r-ML-ni-l
th I'.-llua.nir de'CiiUsl prf-misrs, to-
it : I Uf uihIU uled one hull of lot limnlx-l-d
two (-'i. in bl-ick iniliil.oir.l time ( I, in the
I It r ! l 'turn, Illinois ; nnd nhi-reai d-'laillt bus
in m ma. i- in me payiupiit of ui'l i,uir ; now,
lliMi iiire, in pursniu.re of the authority con
ferred by mill sale moiinaee, I will "ell the
nln-ve desi rilied -iri'tiii.ii , nl illlilir Tfiidue, to
tlie hirlu-t buldi r. 1-irra. h in hnud. ut llif il'Kr
of tin-court house, in l iiii-o, Illinois, on Satnr
duy. Of teller -tti. A. I . I7-J. nt the hour of 2
o elm l, p. in , ol said dny, aid mile lo I with
lit leiti lUfitiun.
ALLCCri n s IHIRH, Mort-riin-p
i.LKKN A l-II.HKKI , Alton. . tl--.su
cent-, ut Winter's Gallery,
Lii Ili'iilite Ruilderi.
'il-o-als will l.e received until Monday. 2nd
Oc filler, at lu o'c hk , a m., lor the building of
one l.ri'Ui- .trroaa l awreme cni k, two rnlics
nmtii ol 1 netM-i, one tuinilren an. I ciht '-ft
ionic ; nun nrniiii ai-runs .imiy creek, on the
Cairo and .Imieslioio road, ninety-two feet buiif :
ami one bi iibretti'ru8i ooiier's ciiH-k on tit- airo
ami lontsliuro roa-l, itiy fei tlonif. tliecountv
reevvinir the ri-rht to reie.-t any or nil bids.
Itiil. n ill lie rona drreil lor nny or all brutes.
s'eimrati'ly or fnireilier
i or plans ami anpciiii-auons ipjiii- 10
1 llijs. W 1 LSi IN , I oiiuiy Com'r.,
at Malliduy Pros.' oltii-e.
a.ro, Sept. 1 1 , s7.:.
THE ENEIYSY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
It Ilie t.rnml Old
Which has stood tho test of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it willnotCuro.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts tho Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domeatio an-mal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A. bottlo costing 25c, 60c. or 91
has often saved the life of a Human
Iioing-. nnd Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
am it tmukllii
lre-l. 4 lii.
l am. Ill-mil-..
( nartered by tlu
$tte of billion
fur the express
purpose of givinic
null i unit-of private, ehronif, and urinary di-bcusc-i
in all ilu ir foinpliiunsl forms. It is well
known that Dr. -lanie, lias aiood at the head 01
the profession lor the past an years. Ane and
experience are all-iiii'H)rti-t. KiemiiiHl Uenk
uri-N, niijht biases by dream. fuiuplen on the
fare lost Iiianliooik 14111 positively In? cureeil
Isidies vvuntiiiK the most delicate utteution, call
or write. I'leiuiaut Inline for patieota. A book
for the million. Marriage l.iude, w hii-U tells
yon all atout these diinu-es who should marrj
--why not 1" ivuta to pay postupc. br .luiiu-a
has :l r i-uiis aiut parlor. Vou ace no one but
Hie don. i- nilii-e hours, 9 a in. to 7 p.m. sun
days, I i lo I'-. All liusiiien strictly contlden
r sm ytbT& c 6 T
Whobfulu anil Hi tad liealers in
Foreign and Domestic
1VI .IIS OF Al.la I(IMS,
Ko. 60 Oh Jo Leveo,
MESSlf. iMYTll CO baic conaUntlt
a lunu- stuck ol the Ust nowl - in u.r mar
ket, au'l imr eoaeial uttcuiion to the lOiolneale
ram-n oi tlie bu.-iiii-.-'
CINCitiilUI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOR VOUNO WOMEN.
Crcins its Sr,U j ear fept l:.h. F.nibty
iHiiiiiu i. .'1. .M.r.iKbcei t building. Kenr
o;ia t jble. Tlurom-h c iui'-e in Kngll-h,
Science, f las-k-s, and Modern Ltuu
I iisiirp isscd advantages for musir ami art
Ad. lies- tlio I'lesiduiit, lU-v. David II
Moore, D.I i., UK-inuatt, t). 7-!-ci.v.w-.l
Lincoln Butter Pwder
l.mxl I'revili Uiillcr All llif T. nrHoMH
BUTTEU IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Huttcr rowdcr is an entirely
harmless article made from a celebrated
Fuwhsh recipe, ;ie.l low ill daily Use b)
many of the in'cl imieil larmera iu tlie
butter coiiutu a ui'.'iiii-l l'hilaiicli Ina.
In hot weather thia I'ow der inakea butter
imii-h lii mer aud awectcr than il umallj is,
and kerpa it from turning rancid, ll a'au
remove llm ktruna; llavor of turnip, garlic,
weeds, cm atalks, eot'oo eed, etc.; and
the itn-reaaed yield of butter much more
than i.iy Hi 4 trill in expense of Usiu-,' it.
3-1 tula I'er r ..
YVnoLKBAl Dkpot KW Market
2 day raaraataaal arao
u.ar A Pnli. M0O a i
KliTU- -xvl A-reaM. Auirer -
, ;ilA AaC V. K- s