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J. O. LYNGH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lamls, Cairo lots,
hangc for St. I,ottls property.
-A flii residence on rornn- llallrook
it'uui; ami i wenty-tuird strwt, at a
Ilio south Imtl oftliH 'Pilot" iii.use at
Nevtrul line room in Winter' block.
Good two itorjr brick suitable for
.um ami office on Commercial nvciioc,
. jctwwn Klevcntli and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Sliietewiih
iid Poplar streets.
Saloon and fixture, southwest conn
r KlglitMiitu trett and Commercial
iviniie, at a bargain.
Dwelling house on Cross street, we
ol Washington avenue.
Two business bonnes on lvee lreef,
above Kijclith, $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two itory noun? on Commercial av
i nue. Two tenement! suitable for shops
Store room, :;oriier Twentieth ami
t'p Main of bouse on Commercial av
enue, near luth ttreet. Suitable fr
I welling, $0.
Tenement numbered 8, S and 10
Winter' How. S rooms ta li for $10
par month. In first-class order.
Orban Asyiuin building and prcnii
te. Rent low, to a good trnsut.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
ISooms in various part ol the city.
Itubj, in tract to suit, near Cairo.
Tfce "Irem Trull."
A apiey sketch descriptive of a trip
over the AUhinson, Tojxka and Santa
t'e railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resort of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Xym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York World,
sent free on application, together with
the San Juan Guide, iiaps and time
tables ol this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchinson to
Pueblo, Denver and all points in Col
orado, New Mexico. Arizona and the San
Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Sleeper on the continent between the
Missouri river and the Kotky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets from tit? Missouri river
to Denver at $50, good to flop oil nt all
T. J. Axdjlhsov,
General Passenger Agent,
Mne)id i Kelt Mar
Mr. C. Mclean, our popular Milliner,
ba removed from her old ttand on
KightU street, to Winter's Block, corner
of Sevtntu itrcet and Commercial avi
uue. With a large store ami increased
lacilitie. Ahe 1 now receiving new
goods from t tie different trade centers,
keeping a much larger aud more varied
lock on baud than formerly. Uuyiug
good in larger quaiililies, (be cau sell
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction iu every IhkUm, both a to her
work and the quality of kom1.
For a smooth shave, a neat uiiJ lath
lonable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
pallor. The best of -rfumeric4 and
hair tonic always kept on hand. The
hath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one In the city, and I
always kept. In the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer. II
Single cord $3 30
'kve ;ord lots U 25
COSl. fARSDlHB AMD BIO MGUDY :
Single ton $3 50
Three 3 23
Fire ' 3 00
Order for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling oil hand
by C. W. Wheeler & Co.
Diatrlel Aehoeil Eleelloit Xollee.
Notice hereby given, that on Satur
day, the Seventh of October, i.ex?, at the
school house, on Eleventh street, district
No. 1, in township Vo. 17. range 1 west,
Alexander county, llAoois, an election
will be held for one Diembvr of board of
education to till vacancy tor Kiid district.
Which election will be oitcmd at ten
o'clock, a. m., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. m., of the same ly
By order of County Superintendent o
Public School. PuotBK A. TaVLOK.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, 170.
f.arou Hotel mm llaluraNl -'iS
ly Hoarder Wsulsd.
The Kuropeau hotel and restaurant,
bear the coruer ol Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue, will open October 1st,
1S76. Terms. 41 rJ icr week. This I
uu excellent pluce for families to get oys
ter, which will ie served in any stile
tlei-lred, togcthei with all other choice
edibles the market affords. Boarding ou
Mie European plau. Three tickets for $1.
tiivo me a call. For bonrd and lodging
itoiuire on the premises.
-28-2v Mks.IT. Wai kkr, Pro p'r.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
I '. aud V. K. ft. track In ( 'airo at $30 per
car loud of
This coal has so srrnuoR for grate
and household use generally.
Address all order tor coal to
James A. Viall A Co.,
IIenhy Slack, Agent at Cairo.
At o. n.
ICemeutber the Auclent Order of 111
beruIan, ball to -take place at Scheel'
ball on Uie evening of October 23d.
Neither time nor money will be spared
to nuke it a aucc, and a pleaaaut occa
sion tor all who wish to participate In the
n rt suthnrUwl to snnoiinrc JOHN II
hnhlNUN ssrDiliila ror Mwnffor Altx
snitprrounlf , tt the coming munly elrcliuo.
Vi's srr sntbonied tosnm mnce PETKR SAUP
for an lnlpnil-nt rnliill lor "Srntr of Al
itmlrr munly, at the ensuing county rlrction
STATU ATTORN KY.
KixtiiR III I.I.STIW: I'Immc snnouni thai I
am a ranlilitU-ror the olllre of htnlm Attomer
lor Alauler c'Miiiijr at the Norrmlier elc-
non. m. t.. All LHtT.
W ara authoricril In aannuar I.KO. XV.
IIKMUlll KS.JK , as a ran lilate at the No-
vriniierelretios, lor Matea Aitornejr for Alei
MRCriT CLKKK .
W r anthoriKM to announr WILLIAM
W. M'l'tir.El KKS aa a candiilala for Circuit
t If rk or Alexander cniintr at ih comma countr
M' arc anlhoriae4 to announce JOHV y,
II A KM AN a a ran0ilute for the cfti of Cir
cuit clerk r Alexainler twmnly at the ensuing
We are authorize I tn anniiunce JOHN A.
IIKKVK aa a canitioax; for the uttii'C ol t'irruit
Jerk at Uie .Novunlwr election.
W are authorized toannounce Vf. V. FITCH Lit
a anIMate for the ulUce of Circuit Herk ol
Alexander runt al the Soreinlier election.
lOtt COUNTY COMMISSIONKK.
We are autlioriel lo announre Martin Ilrown.
of Thebes, aa a candidate tor County Coiuniia
aiooer or Alexander county at llieeuauins county
A.CALON I)1GK, NO. 61.
Knifflitd of I'ythiaJ, meet every i
iar aiKht at liall-paiit MtTtu, in Oiil-
re)oim Hull Howe.
ALKXANttKK l.ODGK, NO. 4.
lefndent Order of Odd-rel-
va, m't erery Jhursday mtrhl
hjlf-at acreu, in their hall on
UHween Rixth and rk truth
N. A. UaruHS. N t
' 1AIKO KNCAMFMKST, I O. O. T., meets
ni Odd-Ei How' Hall on the Unit and third
i. !) In every month, at hair-paat aeven
A. Con !!, C P
m CAIKOLOUtiK. N0.2S7,A.r. A. M.
r. Iliild rcviilitr corurnuiiiuationa in Ma
utc Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' 'and Kllitli atreel, uu the second and
'Mirth Mundav ol each loonth.
BATK.4 or Apvr.riti ,u.
f fll bills for atveTtiaiDt. are due and pay
able IK AOTAItCB
Transient advertiaing will ba inserted at the
rate of tt " 1-er square for the firat insertion
and y cents for each aubiequent one A liberal
dieoount will be made on atanding and displ
Forinaerting Funeral notice fl'00 Notice ol
meeting of aocietiea or secret ordcra ' rrnta for
Charrh, Society, Festival aad Supper notice
will only be inserted aa advertisements
No advertisement will be received at less than
Vi cents, and no advertisement will lie inserted
for leu than three dollars ptr month
Loca.1 Bualness Notices, of
ten lines) or more. Inserted
in the Bulletin ae follow :
Commence Counting at ten Line.
On inaartion per line 3 Cent
Two Insertions per lin 7 Cant
Three Insertions per Una ...10 Cent
Biz insertion per lin 16 Gent
Two week per line 26 Centa
One month per line - .36 Cent
No Reduction will V made In kov
HUDAY. tN TOBKIJ 13. 1870.
I.ral Waalbsr ktepori.
Cai.10. ILL. , M, IS, IrT.i.
Tlsts. 11 Tus. ViMi. I Vak. VVkat
7 sin. I I I NW :t clear
II :t.i,J 'J. j NW 7 do
tp.ni ni l' I "I ! SK ; t do
i .-." -J4i l. ' tl N ' II do
rergcant, Signal fivue. I', s. A.
Three new cottages ol four rfKiing
each, corner Twenty-ninth street and
I ointneri'iul aveutte. Kent, f!. GckmI
cisterns ou premises.
10-7-1 f M. J. How lev.
The Ix fit violin, guitar and bus i-trinH
in the city and. musical instruments ut till
kinds can be obtained of K. & IV. liuder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organ
a speciality. 0-10-if
Clot, ssutunl I.lfe Inanratatre Dam.
pnny of New l orli Aaels. $(,41S.
oa.e. The reputation of this tirst-claH com
pany has long since been established
An excellent feature Is the "tontine" or
"reserved dividend" plau.
W.J. How ley. Agent,
J. jvora; Stielubouae.
on Kighth street, two door Irom Alex
ander t 'ouiity Bank, I the place to get a
lashloiiable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else la the barber line. I.a
dics' and cliildrens' bair cut or dredged,
either ut the shop or Hair homes.
AleHder fammtf Bank,
Statement of the condition of the Alex
ander county bat'k of Cairo, 111., at I he
close ol business, October 3d, WU.
Loans and discounts $50,705 8
line Irom other banks !iS) 6C
Outfit and furniture 5.000 00
Cash on haiul
Capital sbxk paid in
..$ K0,I71 05
.... 59,070 25
.... 5,300 Hi
The above statement is correct.
V. B boss, l'reside nt.
II. Wei l, Cashier.
Subscribe! and sworn to Ih
skai. fore mo tbia 4lb day of October,
1 170. Witness my band and ol-
Ai.Kar.b Cominc.s, Notary Tub.
M. J. ilcGauley la proprietor and tola
manufacturer of VTood Fill, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kind of malarial fever. A cure guar
anteed In all case, lie employ no
genU, and the genuine pill can only
be procured at hi drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
60 ceut er doen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. S-10-dltu
A "runner'' apply at the. Arlington
house, Cairo, Illinois lit
Members ol Company B, Tildcn and
lleiidri. M Ketorni club, should nil be
prtwnt at tiiu rt'guiiir weekly meeting
It la a t'arl.
That Stuart X GhoNon always have the
best variety and lowest prices in lancy
goods, notiot.s, hosiery, glove, trim
mings, etc. Ct
' and BMlaiy Tearaelree
That we mean Just wlut we say when
w e tell you that we cau make it decidedly
to your advantage to buy your fall and
winter dry goods from Htcwart &
C entennial lleer Hall
Fred. Hofhcinz proprietor. A No, 1
oyster soup lunch every night aud
morning at half-past U o'clock. . On
Saturday night a grand squirrel lunch
will lie spread, garnished with a variety
ol other meats. Come one and all, eat of
the Itmch and drink of the line wines,
liquors and fresh Milwaukee beer.
lon't forget the place, corner Comnier
elul avenue and tighth street. .If
A Hreechea Thief.
Between nine anl ten o'clock jester,
day morning a negro man whose name
we could not learn, went into the store of
Mr. Kluge, on Commercial avenue, and
ni-kcd to be shown some (roods. While
the clerk was iu search ol w hat the ilar-!
key asked for, the latter picked tip a pair
of ready-made trousers, and attempted
to leave Ihe store. He w as stopped by
the clerk who sent lor Chief ol Police
tiossman, who took him in charge and
locked him up In the calaboose. He will
be given a bearing this morning-.
We have this day sold to Mr. K. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., of the picture framing department
ot the Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., rbould be sent to him or left at
this office. We bepeak lor him the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon U4. His assortment of
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and be gtiarentces satisfac
tion in all cases.
Cairo. Oct. In, 1d7C.
tf Caiko Bn.i.EriN Co.
Mrs. iJewcy and children h it this city
yesterday for Nashville, Illinois, where
they w ill visit the mother ol Mrs. Dewey.
Mr. J. M. Cregsr, of Chicot county,
Mississippi, who has in charge Halli lav
Brothers' plantation there, is in the city.
Mr. Frank Chapman, of Vienna, was
in Cairo yesterday.
Mr. J. C. Zimmcr, general lreight
a?ent of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain
and Southern railway, returned lrom an
extended tour through Texas, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Morris ar.d chil
dren returned to their home in this city,
from Shebogan, Wis., yesterday.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
yesterday were John C. Klllingworth,
St. Ixmls; (J. W. U. Corliss. Metropolis;
O. Kocbtefyshy, Missouri.
Mr. Chester Ashley, formerly auditor
of the airo and Vincennes railroad, who
is well known in both business and
soclul circle in this city, died of the yel
low fever in Houston, Texas, last week.
The heart of Tony Fagassie, the genial
and aftable Planter bouse bar keeper is
again happy. He is the father ol anoth
er little Fagassie, which entered on the
light of this great and glorious uiiherse
on Monday morning. He is a heavy
weight, and weighs twelve and one-half
Stuart & Gholson are ottering great
bargains In bleached and brow n cottons.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set ot
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irviv.
The seamless slipper Is a new inven
tion. It Is the most popular house shoe
In America wherever it has been intro
duced. Ladies can call and see tlicm.
They are for sale by the progressive house
ofO. Haytborn & Co. 10-8 Ot
As an evidence of the health of our
city, the general agent ot the Equitable
Llle Insurance company informs us that
his company has met with but one loss
in the last ten years in Cairo. They have
now over one hundred oolicy holders
More conumdrums ! Why do the
heathens rage, and the people imagine
vain things ? The only satisfactory ex
planation of tbeir conduct is found In the
fact that they are dead to shame, and
never use B. T. Babbitt's Ret Soap.
Civilized people all do.
The cresent is made ol Watnsutta mus
lin, aud has a genuine Richardson, No.
2,100 luneu bosom and cull, and three
ply collar band. Hi guaranteed to be
a perfect titling shirt, aud is sold tor
$1 25 by the progressive house of O.
Haythorii & Co. 10-9-Ci
ltraoliilloue of Reaped .
Cairo, In.., Oct. s, ls7ti.
Arabs, it become us to express Iu a
proper manner some fitting tribute to
the living of the dead, and place upon
the record our action In perpetuating the
recollection of our associate, therefore
Radial, That In the death of our
brother Arab, 1). Lampert, on the 7th of
October, 1S70, we recognize the hand ol
ou great Chlel 1 tiler, lo whose com.
mand we humbly yield implicit obedi
eucc, knowing be docth all things well.
Reauhed, That wc deeply and sincerely
sympathize with the afflicted widow and
fatherless children in tbeir irrepairable
lnss. and assure them that tlio Arab tire
company will ever bold in respecltul and
iraiernai reiucmoeraiico ine gouunru
heart, and excellence of character ol him,
the late husband and lather.
lUiolotd, That this company will drape
their hall aud furniture in mourning lor
thirty days, as a mark ol respect to their
Jlfiolved. That the loreirolng preamble
and resolution be spread upon the rec
ord of the company : that a copy oe iur
nlshed to the widow, and that the papers
or this city be requested to publisii tucni
Jeee. M. Clakk,
. es1 . .
bfcair.7.?Du ,Apprecmt '
I liey are Tendered a 'ointlluicit lary
Another good audieuiT welcomed the
Irwin combination at the Alheneum Inst
night. The play was"The Hunchback,"
with the lauious young mtre. Miss
Clara BcMen, In the leading role, "Julia."
Miss Bclden Is certainly an artist of great
ability and power, she was loudly mid
rjK-atedly greeted with npplun.se by the
atidienc. She was excellently well sup
ported by the Irwin company, and the
entertainment throughout was of unusual
interest. Miss Bclden will remain with
Ihe Irwin company during their stay Iu
Cairo, when she will proceed to
the South, to till a number of engage
ment. The Irwin company have made
a most favorable impression on the peo
ple of this city during their short stay,
and In order to show them the apprecia
tion of their untiring cflbrts to give us
flrst-clas entertainments, which they
have done on every evening of this week,
the citlcns have tendered Air. mid Mrs.
Irwin n complimentary lieiiellt, which
will take plar-e this evening. The call
presented to them was signed by more
than one hundred names, among which
some of the most prominent men ol
The follow ing explains itsell :
Cairo, In.., Oct. M, 167'j.
Mr. and Mm. .Selden Irwin;
The undersigned citizens of Cairo, being
desirous of giving you some token o
their appreciation ol your efforts and tal
ents in the theatrical prolession, tender
you a complimentary benefit, to take
place at sucli time as you may name. We
would request that you present on the
occasion the play ol 'Our Boys."
W. p. Hnlli.lav.
;. w. illuming,
H. 11. Cnni!ee,
K. A. Burnett,
W. H. Morns.
James A. Phillis.
John S. Aisthorpe.
names tint head the
F. I. Itexford.
T. W. Halhday,
Sam. 3. Foster,
W. A. Orips,
list, ninety other citizens signed the call,
which we deem it unnecessary to pub
lish. THK KEI'LY.
St. Ciiaki.es Hotel, Cairo, Oct., 12.
W. P. HullidaT. C. W. Kiinning; Jewett Wil
cot, K. H. IUxf ir.1 ami oltiera.
Gknti.emf.x : Your kind rciucst is at
hand, and we would respectfully set
aMde Friday eveniug, Oct., 13th, for the
occasion. We take great pleasure in
granting your wish, and will produce the
great anil successful comedy of "Our
Thanking you for your high apprecia
tion of u. we remain yours,
Mr. axi Mrs. Sei.okn Iitw iv.
Conutjr C'otnmlMlonera t'onrl.
State of Illinois, Alexander County, ss.
Special meeting of the board ol county
commissioners of Alexander county and
State of Illinois held at the court house,
in the City of Cairo iu said county, on
Monday, October 2, 1878.
Present Tlios. Wilson, chairman, Geo.
W. Samiuons, and J. I.- Sanders; Jacob
G. Lynch, clerk.
"The beard having met for the purpose
of receiving at. d examining bids for t lie
building of three bridges iu Alexander
county, as ner advertisement, and being
advised that said bid are all ready, it is
hereby ordered that the same be ojened
for Inspection. The following are the
For the building of Cooper's Creek
M. T. Hollman $ 1M) 77
tieo. W. Hendricks 190 00
T. H. Walker IDC 00
Joseph Brauklc - 195 00
B. F. Duncan & liro...
T. B. Scarbrough ,
W. H. Hall
For the building of
M. T. Hollman
Geo. W. Hendricks
of Sandy creek
K. L. Hunter
For the building
M. T. Hollman ,
Geo. W. Hendricks
J. C. Hutchinson
K. L. Hunter
Bills for all three bridges
M. T. Hollman
Geo. W. Hendricks
Bids lor Lawrence and
E. L. Hunter
It Is ordered by the board that
Whereas, Samuel Hargrave, Geo.
W. Hendricks and W. T. Hollman are
the lowest and best bidders, that each be
notified of the fact and instructed to tile
a good and sufficient band lor the laith
tul performance of the same.
Thereupon the board adjourned until
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
TiKsoAV.oc r. 3, ! o'cloc k, a.m., 1S7C.
I he b ianl met pursuant to adjourn
Same members present.
It Is ordered by the board, that
Whereas, Samuel Hargrave, Geo. W.
Hendricks uud M. T. Hollman, have
each tiled a good and sufficient bond tor
the faithful performance of their seve
ral contracts according to the plans and
specitications now ou Hie iu my office,
they be ami hereby are awarded the con
tracts as lollows, to-wit :
Samuel Hargrave, for bride over
Cooper's creek $ J5 (Ml
Geo. . Hendricks, tor bride over
Lawrence creek 530 00
M. T. Hollman, for bride over
Stuvlv creek 2S9 77
It is ordered that the lollowing bill
for per diem services and mileage be al
lowed, viz :
Thos. Wilson, commissioner 2
Geo. W. Sarnmou. commissioner
2 dav aud mileage 51 miles...
J. L. Sanders, coinmlsiouer 2
day aud mileage 70 miles
J. G. Lynch, 8 day clerk of pro
bate ami commissioner ' court
to date -
Whereupon the board adjourned sine
die. J. U. Lvtit'H, Clerk.
Free of charge. Your druggist will
refund your money, If Dr. Bull' Cough
Syrup doe not give you latlslactlon aad
cure your cough.
Judge William 11. Green, of tbUclty,
addressed a Democratic jneetiof at Tt-
J cdo, yesterday afternoon.
A Hemarrsiic Jnallee.
TI...1 ll,n lliuiwu.p.ila rT ll. ! ill.. ...til
i ...it 'i luwi . in 1 tiiia vii j in
jubilate is a llxed fact. They want to
ics iiicui!h:ivc inn. a ncy uni mining
over witli enthusiasm over the JresuU ot
the recent election", and want to cool oft.
Jubilate, you bet, and it w 111 be done In a
manner to make Itadicals quake iu their
boots. That all the clubs in the city may
prepare for the occasion, and bo able to
turn out In style with torches, banners,
etc., we suggest that the iolitlcation lake
place on to-morrow, Saturday evening.
What say the several clubs to this sug
A good store room in John Kecsc's
brick building, on Twentieth slrcet, near
Washington avc.i'ic. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling honse in
same building. Kent reasonable; apply
on the premises. KH-lm
Cairo, In.., Oct. 12, 17D.
Business throughout the city contin
ues active, and the feeling among merch
ants is one of general satisfaction. The
transactions in Ihe Hour, grain and hay
trade has been very fair, and the pros
pects In the future look bright. Our
produce men, clothiers, and dry goods
dealers are all in fine spirits, and are do
ing a good business, the weather contin
ues very line, the river trade during the
'ast few days ha been light. Hates to
the south by steamboats are unchanged.
The (lour trade is active, the transac
tions for the past few days has heen
very heavy, with the exception of specu
lation, the supply is exceedingly light,
these are being held for higher
prices, which it is believed
vill take an upward turn very
shortly. Ihere is little choice flour in
the market, but the greater scarcity is
still of the low and medium grades. The
receipts have been light, a shippers are
also on the lookout for better prices.
The bay trade Is somewhat letter ft
regards choice. There is a scarcity of
this grade, and receipts aie very light.
Of common bay there Is an overstock and
Corn is in light supply, and quiet.
Some sales have been made, but there is
very little demand, and prices are dow n.
There has been more activity in the oat
market than for . many weeks. Since
Monday ti e demand has been good. The
supply is light under lew receipts. '
Choice white oats are wanted and will
bring from 43 to 45 cents in sacks. South
ern Illinois is steady at from 32 to 33
cents in bulk.
Meal and bran are quiet, and botli arc
in good supply for the demand. City
meal Is held at $2 35, with few buyer?.
Country is, offering at $2 25. There is
no shipping demand whatever, and the
order trade is light. The butter trade is
good. There is an active demand for
choice, with a very light supply. Eggs
are scarce and in urgent demand. Good
poultry sells readily and Is wanted. Xonc
but choice apples find sale. There is n
big lot of common and medium on the
market, with no sale for them.
jsaPOur friends should liear in mind
that the prices here given are ucly for
sales from first hands iu round lots, in
tilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
these lit tires. "jBa
With the exception of the stocks
boutrlit for speculating puriioscs, the sup
ply of flour in this market is very light.
Low and medium grades are in strong
demand. There is a fair demand for
choice grades. The sales noted were as
lollows: C50 bbls various j-rade city,
$3 508 50; 300 bbls various grades,
$3 500 25; 100 bbls various grades,
$3 75(5,7; 100 bbls various grades, $4($
Common hay is plenty aud dull.
Choice Is scarce and in good demand at
prices quoted below. We note the sale
of 1 car choice, if 12; 1 car timothy, $12;
1 car mixed,
There is a light supply of corn, with a
still lighter demand. The only sales
noted were 1 car white, in hulk, 42c ; 1
car white, In bulk, 43c
Choice w hite oats are In good demand.
Southern Illinois are steady. The sup
ply is light. We note the following
sales : 300 sacks, 3945c ; 2 cars South
ern lllinos, bulk, 32c ; 1 car Central Illi
nois, bulk, 32c ; Tear Central Illinois in
sacks. 37 ; 1 car, Illinois, 32c.
This market is dull. There is a light
stock of country meal In the hands of
merchants. City meal is in good supply
and very quiet at $2 35. Country is held
ut $2 25. There is no shipping and a
very light order trade.
There is very little being done hi this
maiket. We not the sale of 600 sacks,
Common butter i not wanted. Noth
ing but choice will sell. The supply of
s a a. n't l a.1 . . T
choice is light, i no saies uotcu were j
tubs choice Northern,' 20(5270 ; 1 tub
choice Northern, 2Sc ; 3 package South-1
eru Illinois, 21c; 200 lb Southern Illi
nois, 20(23e ; 150 lbs Northern, 2k5i,2Sc.
Egg are In good demand The only
sale noted was that of 3 packages, 15;.
I Twf-. mm'
IUI I. Ill 1 .
There I a good demand tor choice
poultry, ol which there I a scarcity. We
note the sale ol 1 coop young, $2 50 per
dozen ; 3 coop duck, $1 75.
Choice apple are in demand. Com
mon wont sell. Sale were 20 bbls. choice
red, f 2 25 ; 25 bbls. Ben IuvU. $2.
HIDES AND FURS. "
SntEEpELT-Greeu, 75c$l 25; dry,
40(Ji)c; shearing, 10,20c.
Fms-Beaver-No. 1 $3 00; Xo. 2
$0; No. 2 $4; No. 3 f J; No. 4 (1.0
Mwk-No. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 75e; Xo. 3 60o;
No. 410c P-iccoon-No. 1 70c; Xo.2
40c ; Xo. 1 30c ; So, 1 10.?. Fkunk Xo.
1 No. 2 :; No. 3 30c Nrti 4 l.V.
FoxGray Xo. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75C i No. 3
50o;ird fox No. 1 f 1 ; No. 2 ?..
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 Sc.; No. 3
35c. Muskrat No. 120c; No.2 15c; No
3 10c, Bear No. I $10; No. 2 7 No. 1
l; Xo. 4 f 1. Wolf-MountainNo. 1
J 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 7.V;
Prairie Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50r ,
Wild Cat 25e. House Cat lOo. Badger
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon ot
track, lump, &l; nut, $2; delivered cm
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75
delivered per single ton, lump, tt: nut
$3 25; Raum or Harrisburg coal or
track per load, lump, $27 : nut, f lfi ; tle
Ivernd per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg ptr
car loads on track, to 50 per ton.
Was iJii'AtiTttiffT. Rivas narot, )
tt. li IS7. (
At. 1 xiu in
Pilow Uigh W.1UT or 1ST4.
Sergeant, Surnal irvice. L'. . A.
Steamer James Fisk, Ptiducah.
" Andy Raum, Memphis.
" Peytona and barge, Louisville.
" John N. McConib, .Mound City.
R. K. DeRussey, Mound ity.
" Iron Mountain, tow, St. Loui.
Thomas Sherlock. New Orleans.
' John B Maude, St. Louis.
Capitol City, Vleksburg.
lit PA kl ED.
Steamer James Fi.sk, Paducnh.
t' Andy Raum, St. Louis.
" Peytona and barges, X. o.
" John X, McComb, St. Louis.
" R. E. DeRussey. St. Louis.
' John B. Maude, Yicksburg.
" Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati.
" iron Mountain, tow, St. Louis.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
The Andy Baum passed up lor Cin
cinnati lato Wednesday night.
The John X. McComb and R. E. le
Russey, United States suag boats, come
down from Mound City yesterday,
They arc ou their way to St. Louis. The
DeRussey goes into the Missouri river,
while the McComb will conllue her
labors to the Mississippi, between St.
Louis and the mouth of the Ohio.
The Iron Mountain came out Irom St.
Louis with onejbarge ol ore and one ol
metal for Cincinnati.
The Rover has goue lo Columbus after
empty barges, which go to St. Louis.
In coining down kIic stuck live hours ut
Cumberland. The Vint Shinkle, draw
ing four feet two inches, rubbed hard at
the same place on Wednesday.
Pilots Jack Goodricli and Billy Wells,
ofthe Peytona, came up on the Sherlock
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Tban ever for CASH.
From rilly ct-uU to Twenty-Are dol'ars.
A full line of lato style ournets and hosiery at
lower price ttian ever before offered in
C airo. i Hd straws made over, or tuken
in exchange for new goods.
A lull Stock of Ladies VVoulvn ar.d Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feather, Flowers, etc. , of every variety aud
at all Trices,
Klv JI...-L miul l i1ral ruL ami I will irlvm
my customer lietln bargains than ever ufleied
ueiore uiu. v.. iu luii,
ONE WEEK ONLY.
AAouday, Oct. O. 1070
THE SELDEN IRWIN
A1:k tiic pjuular uud Ult'Uted youiifc' liiueJUtu
and Ciiaiui'Kr A''t-r
MK. HABBY KAINFORTH,
Who will aj'lar a u eveuinj iu one of lii l
vcirile eliaiuulrrii, Uiinrlrd by a
tliit-claM iMinpuiiy of
20 Artiutca and a Fine Orchestra
FBIDAV LYK..OCT. 13,
Will be preaenti-'l. ftr U' Hrt time In tliU eily,
the iniwt sue-6fiil of Muilertl
Oiuedie. entitle. I . '
THEATBI PERFUMED EACH EVEHIH0.
KeaerveJ beat......-......- Te
I'oura open at T o'clock, vouimenos al
o'clock. Keaerved aeala Iur Sale al Hart man
without extra chama. lu-7
Eurllsh Brussels. Tbrea Ply ud Ingrais,
Iso, tlr Catpets, Velvet Kugs, Cruiub
Cloths, Oil Cloths, ttc, vtiy cheap .
. at lb Old I'umw
112 FULTON CT.. i:S7 TOSS.
CsrptU awefidrf ack4 kidml toMj
Br( mt tkm t'liUd but tr oaasxg.
7-4-ly. J. . L JALL.
KM'CMtT ir the cnnilifton IK Ihe t i) Na
tional Hnnk, at UiiDK in Ihe wtei' nn
noin, at thaulov e.r Imainami, i.k-. k, ,IS7.
. UKSOt UC KS. .
!.oans ami dl'munl - ..,l7,4. 41
V I. Iliinitstu mire circulation...', mjvm m
l . H. Bonds on hnd .,si (m
Mher atncks, Iwnds and nmrtKagea ... Tt,BI2 fiO
1'ne from nin't-ovcil re- . . . .
wrve aWnt- U5,.1IJ U
lne from other National
. Itnnks l'i,2io a
Ine fmin State luks ajid
lamken .;" . .I.SeO 47 1' 0
llfll .tftfn . ISim. il.iM H.i.t ,. .. ... a.. w.
iirn nt eippiixiM and lakes jmid 3,fi;s 4i
CliiT.ks and other, ch
.Items I a, ti
III I la of other ' JuitlouiU - .
hanka I.tiio 00 ,
Frantiiinal ctinrm-j, Ih- '. t
eluding nickela....." . 5,VjO 13 . .
faerie Uaolwling gold
treasury . notes). iX
'.' 1 : ' '
Keilrnijition Ouid w iU t . d. . trtaui-. .
rer (1 peruent. I cirvukuiuio.. ...... l,1Z 00
t'ife fnua V . treai-uiar. olke than
Ajiercenl. iflemrHHin fund R.O'sl 00
(apit.il fork paid in..., liu,on 00
Mirilua fund .. W..,.M, (SI
Other undivided protita .JU.W S4
National liuuk note outstanding,,. '4,M ou
Individual ilryoaita auh-
Jei t to cherk .n37,t? C
I)n in oOrt National
Imnka ..... .. 6,wa -KA
T to ftnte lianka and - -
Iwnkera "X,oi tMK.M
1'ofal 'SI.T'j f
9Ute orillfnoit. I'onulj of Altamler Vsim
I, W. l. H. II hi. 5-, PtmUUut ff tBellmr
named bank, iln anlrmfiljr atmur ! the above
utarement It trne lulfte best Of nJV knowleilgo
and belief W. l. liALIJHAY , Prenidenl.
nbcri(ied and twimfr ksfor ancthia 10th
dav ortlct. 187s. - ' It. H. I'AMH.K,
Correct -Attest .
II t,. It M.I.IIIAT.' 1
K.H 1 l.NMNOHAM, DiMClors.
) l. Wll.l I AViOV V
In all Tliir- fieiiariinenU ,
Commencing May 1st. 1876.
Rich Black Silks
Hie Mont Celebrated I.VotK!.lAojua,
At Si 25 ruduce.1 from AO, .
- At Ml ft Kadaced irou ,
Al HI in WedrnJ from - f
At OO itriluced from 'J AO,
At c lte.luce.1 fromtl 13,
At ftl OO llednoed Irom ftf 5,
At It I 2.1 Keduced from l OO,
AISI3S Keiliiro,! from tfl IKk.
In (mel' Hair. Clievints, and Damaioeea, Ke
duced ti" x0, 'm cent 1, ttinn V,
W, a4 is. mi
Popular Dress Goods
In Nov and rushloiiiible Fabric ami ( 'ottlra, ot
fered at "- ' -"
12r. Hwluced frmn '
I h,: Keduoed from ... ,. t
fie. Iteilucad from 10c(
ifki- tletliicad froiM S7ci ' 1,
aii-., r'"i ntef orica 5We tu 5e'. "
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At tl'Kl aad $ir, Kormarly -.Sold al".$.HK,
iirt aud so. .
Slick and Scarlet SkMhrir
At t-lfi $4" ajid $W .tf '
Keduced from '), and -'.
Mil i tot"' 'Keduced Irotu $J to .
The Later! Paris Style from till Upward, tin
braciDK Uie ehoioest novelties at
Ladief'and Chizrens Upslerwear
An Itniueniie Stock of Mo Beautiful and
UK LI ABLE CiOODS
' L , j Al M -yery. Gnaat PffljV
Ladies', Cbirilmt's and Gentlerutii's
Tbcllest Eng-Uah, i'reMch u4 iemian Ovods
All AlurlvM t Lowt Vobiftle Vnc.
. . .. .
Ara thnmutr'tlv stock J tyilh f best
goods, at thelowfst psckujre pneee:. BuU
tiful American print, at (m'. and "Cc. per
rd; rtandard 4 4 blesobed good at lUc ;
.ounluln sUirtipgs at Joc.f. t'w 1'orW
Mil:, VJic. ; kttU 0-4 alieet'cg. t Vj
mil m mihwsK
.-4 t ... "
. f k'" I,
Iu uU Hie Various ,CirJai atBuifmDS.
(Wlih h wm kvr:'l ihe Uraitei Street ator
only), Me art) ottering Kulisli andAuiirt
cau Upetriet ut fl, fmuier price tl 15;
body KriikaeW at l M, loruier price ft 80;
all-'voul luxruin al 70o-, Uuuier tf'bA.Ac.;
three Hv ictraitia al t-k tbf iwiMMtrice,
tl 00; 'oil-.lottia al .'IV. to furnmr
prices, N10. to fwc.
Sample, of gomis, and citu'iiues of la
ilies' aud miase MiitH. anil UiUklia iuiler
wear, and inlnnts otuiif,eol Hue el ctai e
to- url seotiona ut tb Oolte J Male, j
Rules lor elt-niruuretunt nerit on appli
Cat'ou lis all ai(aol Ut iiwrrv M
Orders for gooila of all kinds Mill ba rare
fwljr attended to, aud the goKW packed
and loi warded without cbarit, juyt-atot
Broadway and Tweoietb $$tl
Grand and Chrktieit.y'ib Y.
. ""? papidly. kendforeireuUw. l T.ta-
l a dantTi Wag H.huS Hm..r.
Made aay la ut 4 iU.. t- acu4K
to ouraMaar Ui. V ot 9l, Knf JV
ILtUKS, Kb.ikl.MWlf-- Ir'
iavolar. W alM wLtm tA lwr v . , I A
AtfeLV. Hoak iaai'tSaajaaaBlaayjkasyVv.
Adiea, imUu k umI ut -" w .