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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
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Alexander county land, Cairo lotn,
. jhn?c for 6t. Louis property.
A line resident on corner Htlbrook
.etiuo nud Twenty-third street, nt a
Tltc ooutli liallorthe TIIot" house at
, ft -
Tjcterml floe rooms in Winter' Llock.
- Good two story brick suitable for
. .ores and office on Commercial nvcnuo,
Vctccn Eleventh awl Twelfth.
'Brick dwelling corner Ninrtonth
ml Poplar streets.
-Saloon and tlx turf, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a LargHin.
Dwelling house on Cros meet, wes
vt Washington avenue.
Two huinendhoiMK?-- n Ix-vee street,
above Klifhtli, t'20 each
Store room on Coti.aiiTciul avenue,
ext to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Two elory house on Commercial iv
turn. ,Two tenement suitable j"r chops
Store room, Turner Twentieth and
-I'p stairs of hotnwon Couitnereial av
nine, near 19th street. Suitable for
J welling, $3.
Tenements numbered 8, and 10
VTlutcrVKow. 5 rooms each for flO
pur month. , In Brut-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
es. Iletit low, to a food tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth' and
U'afthlnjeton avenue, $12 a month.
Room In various parU of the city.
FOU LEASE OK A LE.
(.anda, la tract to suit, near Cairo.
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Ttm Trail '
A plcy sketch ik-scriptivc of a trip
over the Atchlnsoii, Toka and hanta
Fe railroad, tlte. Leauttes, scenery and
pleasure resort of the llocky .Mountain?,
by. "Nym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York HVM,
sent free on Application, together with
the .San , Juan. O'uuU, map and time
tables ol tbl new and popular route
froHi Kansas City and Atchluaon to
rublo, Denver and all oinU lu lou
orauo, .ew Mexico. .iizotia una me muii
'Juan Mlues. Tla lineal line of Pullman
(Sleepers on the contiuunt between the
Missouri river and tiro lUwky Mountains
-lltrmut diamrr. Sihv-IjI rnuml trill
.louruu ucaera imw in 2iuouri river
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"point. . Address,
i -I .' T. J. AMjr.kw.v,
; t iUrol Passenger Agent,
$ ... -'J TofEtA. Kak.
Hiosrleeord :J M
.r ive lord lots 3 23
COAL f AaA!IK AD hlQ MIDDT I
Single ton .-t .V)
Three .'1 J-'i
Kiv " 3 (KJ
I inlets foretove wood will be promptly
tilled. ' A Hi rice lot of Untiling on bund
')' . . ' ",,. W, WitFFtKR A Co.
A UlC i-JlU
I'lvlarv rrit.aleK. : ( '
We have this d.y sold to Mr.' E. '
Fnrd the entire lot of moulding tools
etc , of the picture framing tit puitiiieut
ot the Bulletin. All orders fr tiame.
etc., should be sent to hlin or Kit at
this otlk-e. We bepeiik lur inx the lib
trnlity ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon u. His assortment of
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition nud he guarantees satisfac
tion in ail cu.se'.
Cairo. Oct. 1S76.
ff Caiko Bcm.hti Co.
Wc will deliver our lxvt lump oonl on
C. and V. 11. K. track in Cairo at $30 jmt
ear load of
1WI.LV K TONS.
This coal has no arrKisioR for grates
and houehold uses generally.
Address nil orders toronnl to
Jam: A. Vf all tt Co.,
HrsRY Slack, Agent at Cairo.
M. J. McGauley Is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood 's Tills, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all eases. He employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at hlr drug store, So. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
60 cents per dozen. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. . 8-KMlalm
jr. utMtrff SltliihtnM.
on Eighth street, two doors Irom Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
lashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else la the barber lino. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
The best violin, guitar and bans strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of E. & W . Buder,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
ti speciality. JMO-lf t
A good etoro room In John llecse's
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington ave.iue. Also four good
rooms suitable for dwelling house in
sjtine building, ln. reasonable; apply
on the premises. 10-4-1 m
John Lampert will continue the barber
business of his fathers, at tho old stand
on Eighth street bctwecu, Washington
aud Commercial. John is a first-class
barber and Invites old and new custom
ers to give him a call, ti.
There is a lite scholarship worth fSl.U0
in the Mound City Commercial College
of tit. Louis, lor sale at a discount at the
Bi'LLKTiN ottire. U
We re authorised to annonnoe JOIIM II.
ROlilNsoM m a undlcU't for fhtriffol Alax
atiilt'rcountT. at the coming county tlecilon.
Wa are authonsoj toaanoanos PCTER S ACP,
for an liMloffmUel auidtdatv Int SSnrlff or Al
eianJptoouaty, n Iks paolccoant7 tlrcllon.
KoitoH RcLttTtif: rinwe announce that I
am a nandilutc fur Ihe ollli of SLntrn Attorney
fur Alvxnii'lrr muntf at thu Nowmlwr elro
lion. , . " W. C MttsHT.
We arc nuthnrtzcil u announce GEO. W.
ItKMiUICKH. Jll . a a eanJidatc at the No-vfrulM-rrlei-iioii,
for Staled Attortiy for Ale
( IBCl'IT CLERK.
We are authorized to announce WILLIAM
YV. H'I'HKKIKIW e a candidate for Circuit
Clerk of Alexander county at the ixiiiunir county
Wc are authorized to announce .TOHS Q,
II ARM AN a a nindidate for the office of Cir
ruit rlerk of Airxandpr county at the rnxuing
Wc are authorize 1 to announce JfillS A.
HKKVfc a a candidate for tlie ollice ot Circuit
Cluk at tlie Novniilur fl llou.
Wtareauthorlfed toanmuni-e Vf. Y. I'lTcHKIt
Ma candidate Tor the olBce of t'irruit 'l-rk of
Alexaudft county at th Noventlier elrrtion.
M'e are authorized to announce t YRt'S
CI.OSK a an Independent candidate fur the of
Hte ol Circuit (Jerk of Aletauder county at the
election Novcmuer 7lh,
K)R COLSTY COMMHSIOM R.
We are authorized to announce Martin llrown,
of IIm-'k, ni, a candidate lor ouuty Oniiiiil'
Momror Alexander county at the ensuing couuty
We are authorized to announce JOHN HtfRS
TI N, of llazlewood recinct, aa a candidate for
the ollire of t ounty C'lMiiiiinioner of Alman
drr county at the N'ovemlier election.
fr ASCALON LODGE, No. 61.
WA Knlhta of I'ythuta, lueeta every rrt
t LA niKht at hall-oaal awen, in Old
(hgUQ Ke1oa' Uttll. Ilowa,
vi Chancellor Commander.
OA1JCXANDKB LODGE, NO. tH.
lndiudeiit Order or Old-rel-low,
meets erery 'iTmi-siUy night
at hulf-auit seven, in their hail on
oitiincTclk avenue, between bixth and Berentta
V-etj X. A, DkTOHK. ?l U
AIRO K.NXAMHMJlNT, I. O. O. F., meU
m Odd-KeUowa' liail on the first and third
. uUy in every month, at balf-ial aeven
A. Contain), C I'
a CAIRO LOIGK. NO iff.A.K. A A. M.
I lold reiulmr comniunicationa in Ma
sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' Ui hiirhtb street, on the aeoond and
'nerth Mondar ol eacli month.
BATE Or ADVKRUMIXO.
rj)"All bills for advertusing', are due and pay
able I AVVAKC
transient advertixinK will be interted at the
rate of f 1 ' r 4UAre for the lint insertion
and S" ccaU for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be ma-le on stan-tin? anil disd
for inserUnit Kunerml notice SI Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders S" cents for
ChKirb, Society, Festival and Pupiier notices
will only be ionerted as advertisemenU
No advertisement will be received at leas than
6) cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for leas than three dollar per month
, Lot At, BIIIKtsa JIOTIfXM
Of one fjuare (S lines space) or more, in
setted lu the IkLLLiix as follows : (Less
than one squire counted as a square.)
One insertion per square. - $ 50
Two Insertions per square-. 73
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square - 2 60
One month per square 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
UMIIAV. OCTOBKK 20. 170.
I.ucaI Wsmtsteir Mepvrt.
Caimo. III. Oct. 1-
T a m.
,1AM KS WATCON,
Periteant. Siinial Service, t'. S. A.
If Ma I IfnttT
Tlir ritiect suit hats in the city at
Marx. ' 10-15 Ct
In Indies' beaver cloaks, knit jackets
and ladies' caimcre wrappers. These
gocxN will be sold at 20 per cent, less
than cost, on account of closing out this
1: iic of good. Do not fail to call before
they are allgone. Solomon Perif.kia,
112 and 144 Commercial avenue. Ct
Jo to A. Marx, tlie hatter,and get your
silk hats made to order. 10-l.VCt
Gentlemen, examine the Cresent Yoke
shirt, the best white shirt in America,
price $1 25 at O, Ilaythorn A Co.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set ot
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irvi.v.
The Creseut Yoke shirt is the best
shirt now In the market.. Every lady
should see It price $1 25 for sale by
O. Haythoru & Co.
A prominent lawyer of Chicago, and
the leading Chicago banker, carry Ton
tine plicies in the Equitable, the former
$35,000 and the lat er $50,000. Both ex
press themselves well satisfied with the
Ladies will never be vexed and troubled
making their husbands' shirts after they
see the Crcscnt, which is genuine wam
sutta slrt, with linen bosom and cuff,
for sale by O. Ilaythorn Co. at $1 25.
Once a year, the people of the United
States wish solemnly to give thanks for
the blessings of the year. But each day,
and every day, millions tacitly thank the
destiny which gave them tltc chance to
use B. T. Babbitt's best soap.
1 For a smooth shave, u neat and lash,
ionablc hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go To Ed. Braxton, at (he planters' barber
parlor. The beat of perfumeries uud
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and U
always kept iu the neatest order, ready
for theeouvenienco of customer. If
The Broadway and Filth avvuue at A.
7 . rrala,
A second hand Singer lewlng machine
or tale cheap. Apply at tho Bcllkiix
Bring Them Aloov.
All persons having torches belonging
to the Tildcn and Hendricks Reform
club, will please report with the same at
Klugc's hall, this Friday evening, At
llitccn minutes after six o'clock, sharp.
Stall Amu ihe vtfr.
'. L'ol Jl. R. Townca of Jonesboro, and
)tapt. Billy Williams of thiclty, left for
an electioneering trip through this
county yeterday morning. The first
place they were to stop was at Goose Is
land, where Co!. Townes was booked for
At Monnd S'lly.
General Green B. Itaum, ot Golconda,
will address the Radicals of Mound
City this alternoon. The general Is an
ofllctT, holding an appointmeut under
President Grant, and will undoubtedly
have something to say of the goodnct
and greatness ol the great gilt tnker.
John CJ. Ilarman, Esq., has been con
fined to his home for some time by
sickness. He is improving, however,
on 1 w ill soon be able to be about again.
George Fisher, Esq., Is sick and con
fine to his bed. At lift accounts he
was tiiti'-h better, and expected to be out
again In a lew days.
The Get man school house on Four
teenth street between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, which was par
tially destroyed by fire some months
ago, Is being rebuilt and repaired, and
w hen completed will again be used as a
school house by the German school as
sociated. aattlac Partlea.
Nutting excursions are now in order,
and parties ot young people are to be
ran almost everyday going to the woods
to gather nuts. Hickory and wal
nuts arc abundant, and at no very great
distance from the city. A party num
bering ten or a doz-sn persons were out
The True Tlckela.
Wc have in our possession quite a
lengthy communication from a friend of
Mr. Oberly, at t 'airo, in the interest of
Coi. Townes, F. K. Albright and J. 11.
Oberly, who the author claims are
he truly and legally nournatcd candi
dates of the Democracy lor senator and
representatives. It will w published
next week. Anna I'niun.
Wc were in error yesterday in statiug
that Biehop McLaren of the Episcopal
church would be in Cairo on next bun
day, aud administer the rite of conlrma
tion to a number of new convents at the
church of the Redeemer. Rector Gilbert
informs us the Bishop will not vUit
Cairo before the last Sunday In Novem
The last Usucof the Tope County lie
funntr, published at Golconda, contains
the following :
Mr. W. 8. S. Walters of the firm of
I.iml &, Walters ot this place, was mar
tied on Monday evening, at the l'res
brtvriau church, to Miss Etlle Rautn,
daughter of G u. G. B. Raiiui. A large
number of friend witnessed the cere
mony. extend to the newly married
duple our heartiest conirratiilailous.
Thalia Sslooa-Ursnd Free Lunch.
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ot Twelfth street
and Washington avenue, excels all
others in his line of business in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to anv saloon in the land. His
friends should make a note of this and
iye him a call. 20-ll in
Mo it it l 4 ily To-Mcbl.
Indications are that there will be a big
turn-out to no to Mound City to-night
The ferry-boat. Three States, will leave
her dock at the foot of Fourth street at
C:30 o'clock, promptly. The members
of the several Democratic clubs will meet
at their respective headquarters, and
armed with their torches, will march to
the boat. The boat will return to Cairo
at about 11 o'clock.
Ietli of Mr. Joliai I.. Kiilllvnn.
Another of our old citizens has gone
the way ot all flesh. Mr. John L. Sulli
van died at his residence in this city on
Wednesday night, October 18th, aged
tifty-eight years. Mr. Sullivan lived
many years in Cairo, respected by all his
neighbors and esteemed by all who knew
him as an honest aud upright man. His
daughter, now on a visit to friends in the
east, has been telegraphed to, and Is on
her way home. The funeral will be an
nouueed on her arrival.
4'lttse lor Circuit ftferk.
Mr. Cyrus Close is an old resident of
Cairo, and has voted the Republican
ticket and supported the Radical party
since'tlie daya of ; John C. Fremont and
tho Woolly Horse" in 1850. We there-
tore call the attention of the voters of
Cairo and Alexander county to his an
nouncement for the office of circuit clerk
at the ensuing election, and trust that
every true Republican will give him their
support, as we believe him to be the
choice ot the Republican party.
2t Many Votkrs.
Hot drinks should be avoided iu the
day time during cold weather, as they
have a tendency to weaken the lungs and
affect the throat. Take Dr. Bull's cougli
syrup for all cases of coughs, colds, am
A. U. II.
The ball ol the O. A. 11 , next Monday
night, promisea to be a fine affair. Every
preparation lias been made, and the pros
pect ol a grand success is very futterin,
The committees have worked hard and
ever? thiug is wow in good lmpe, Every
bodv should attend.
All A hoard forHoo-nd tpity.,
The members of the Tildeu and Uen
drltks clubs and others w ho are going to
Mound City to-night, are requetl to
meet promptly at their club-rooms toon
alter C o'clock, and after receiving their
torches, mnnh Immediately to the boat.
The members ot the Sweeper. Re
form and Bon-Ton clubs will get on the
boat a, the toot of 4th street, and the
Fourth and Fifth ward clubs will ' be
taken on at the Illinois Central wlifirf
boat. Titos. W, IIallioay,
Chairman County Committee.
Gone loHeelh) Voter.
Shaver, Crazy Horse Shaver, has
buckled on his armor and hitd hiniM lt
to the country precincts to talk with the
farmers and, fee what. thy ate going to do
for him in the race for county attorney.
Shaver will tniiUc a number of Radical
speeches in the county, and wave the
bloody shirt, and talk rebel war claims
to his hearers. Shaver Is lust the sort of
man it to takes do this kind of
work. Shaver is to the Republican
party Ju-t what Albright is to the Dem
ocratic party, tlie only difference being
that Albright is the smarter man of the
Too tmall. by Odds.
Wc understand some of our Radical
friends take exceptions to ' the re
marks of the Bl'LI.ktim iu re
ference to their parade on Wed
nesday night. They say we put the
procession at two hundred, which was
much too small. Well, it is true that
there was more than two hundred per
sons In the procession. There was
probably three hundred and fifty ; and of
these about seventy were white, and the
balance were colored men and boys-
there being at least one hundred persons
In the procession who were not voter.
'Major Harry Sheet.
We have as a gueet in our house, a fa
mous old printer, known from Washing
ton city to Galvestion, Texas and from
Boston to tlie 1'acinc slope, as Major
Sheets, lie was born 102, and has visi
ted every state in the Union; served liis
apprenticeship with Gales X Scaton, on
the Congressional Globe, more than sixty
years since. He was chief of police in
'liilauciiima in IM7, when rresiilent
lackson took charge of tlie National
Bank there. The old man is truly a
walking cuulyopcdia, and knew ierion-
al ly and well almost all of the old time
statematis and lathers of the country.
He has held many offices of trust and
honor at various stages of his life, and in
different sections ot the country but his
roving nature brought him here yester
day, an impecunuou tramp.
The indications are that the Anna
Union man las been taken in and done
for. Major Harry Sheets is the most con-
gumate fraud traveling. We have known
of Sheets for the last twenty-five years,
and lie was then just what he is now a
professional tramp, and dead beat"
Several days ago we mentioned the fact
that one of the Democratic candidates for
sheriff In Union county, had been way
laid and severely injured. The Anna
Union of tha 18th, referring to the mat
ter, says: "Mr. J. G. Sublett, an old
time and prominent citizen of Anna,
went in company with several others,
last Saturday, to Alto 1'aviS, to partici
pate in a Democratic meeting. During
he day Mr. Sublett had a personal
difficulty with a young man by the name
of Norton, growing out of Kome politi
cal matter. Time passed away, the
uieetiuir auioutned and Mr. Sublett re
turned as far as Cobden where be halted
until late at night some say he left there
after midnight. Ou the highway in the
night time near Karaker's larra he
was assaulted by a party ot three or four
men, knocked from his horse, aud stab
bed about the throat with a knife. In
this condition he was dragged from
the road to the brush, a short dis
tance and left. He was divested of
his boots overcoat, hat and shawl. Ills
overcoat had evidently been doubled up
and placed uuder his head, in the brush,
where It was afterward found. II w
shawl and boots were found in the road
where the deed was perpetrated, and his
horse was also found grazing near by.
The perpetrators made a bad job of it
for Mr. Sublett was not dead, and about
daylight recovered sufficiently to walk
up to Mr. Karaker's house, and muke
known what had happened him. He
was brought home Sunday afternoon,
and is recovering with as much
rapidity as could reasonably
be expected. His under jaw being
broken, he communicated with difficulty
and his friends are not positively cer
tain that they have a perlect understand
ing of his version of the affair if indeed he
would be capable of giving one surprised
as he wus at so unusual an attack and in
so sudden a manner, in the dark.
Mr. Sublett is hopeful and expects to
It a A
recover soon. e are, mereiore, re
quested to slate that he is still a candi
date for sheriff', and if elected, will be up,
qualify and enter upon the discharge of
his duties at the legally prescribed time.'
The Synod of Southern Illinois U in ses
sion tliis week in the Presbyterian church
of this city. A missionary convention la
connection w ith the Synod was begun on
Wednesday evening and continued
throtiL'li yesterday. T ho discussions ol
various toiiics connected with tho gcu
era! subject ot missions were able and
spirited. It was cviuent to all who at
tended that they were listening to men
of talent, speaking upon subjects which
had largely occupied both their minds
aud their hearts.
Ou Wcdueai'ay evening Rev. Dr,
David Irving of New York city, deli v.
cred a very interesting address upon
foreign misabns. He stated tome facts
tfiiiling to hov that uiiSKiong my. Tlie
mlditloiis lo tliu foreitfu cliurcbei under
the care of the board which be rrprc-
rm-iite werts hu-t y'r l iht font, ot
their mtinlieraliir. . ' , . ,v '
Tn he chun hi ii hi our own country
tin iv w only iM"! ot cljht per
cent. Kvcu . iu a uuttfrial poipt
ol view he contpniipil though that wan
low standpolnU-tbat missions pay. The
cost of iiilttlous to the Sandwich Inlands
has been about equal lo the eot of one of
our gunboats. The trade coining to U9
annually from those Elands In conse
quence of their converson to Christianity
Is several millions of dollars every year.
He told of a wheelwright In New Eng
land who, with some reluctance and in
compliance with a strong appeal from the
pulpit, gave one dollar tor tho mission to
those inland. Years afterwards, when
they had been Christianized he received
thence an order for aix thousand dollnrs'
worth of work.
Tho whole discourse wan repute with
interesting facts and stirring thoughts.
At 3 p. m. yesterday, the wife of ReV
J. P. C. Kumler, of Cincinnati, pre
sented the cause of the Woman's work
for Mission. At the close, a great num
ber ol ladies signified their readiness to
join In the work for that object so many
as to surprise Mrs. Kumler herself.
Last evening the regular services of tlie
Synod were opened w ith an able sermon
by the retiring moderator Rey, Dr. Arm
strong of Alton. The sessions of the
Synod are h11 open to the public, and the
services every evening will be of general
Interest, and large congregations are ex
pected. rlothlna; lloyera, Afieallwn I
My stock of clothing is tins season
twice as large as any stock heretofore
kept; And comprises all the latest
styles of Slith, Coats, Vksts ami Ovhr
coats, manufactured honestly and out
of the choicest French, English, German,
and American colth, and good cassimers.
All goods marked in plain figures.
Ct. A. Manx.
Cairo, III., Oct. 20, 1870.
Business In the city continues quiet In
all branches. Since our last report the
weather until this morning has been
clear and very pleasant. To-day It Is
cloudy with a brisk and cold wind blow
ing. Since Thursday there has been no
change in the Hour market, but a turn is
daily expected, owing to the fact that
wheat has again taken a rise of ten per
cent on the bushel. Other branches of
trade arc fairly active, though no occur
rence of Importance has been marked.
The rivers arc declining very rapidly,
and steamers arc obliged to run cau
tiously. The rates to the south are un
The Hour market is quiet, though a
fair trade is being transacted. Stocks
arc very light, and outside of those lit Id
by speculators and the mills, we have
heard it said there is not more than four
hundred barrels of all kinds on the mar
ket. The principal demand is for low
and medium grades. Hay is unchanged.
Choice hay is the only k'nd that will
sell, and is scarce. Common is plenty
and dull. There has been some inquiry
for coru during the past few days, at
from 41 to 42 cents. The market is bare.
The oats irade has been very fair. There
is a moderate demand, with a very good
supply. Meal and bran arc quiet. Both
are lu good supply.
There Is a good supply of butter, witli
a good demand lor choice. Eggs are
scarce. There is a good demand at ad
vanced prices. Old hens and larg
young chickens ate selling well. Then
Is a light supply of all kinds of poultry
Choice apples are in good demand. Poor
won't sell, and are not wanted by the
jPcjrOur friends should tiear in mind
that the prices here given are usely for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to chanrc an advance over
Stocks ore exceedingly light. There
is a fair demand for the low and medium
grades. We note tho following sales :
400 bbls., various grades, $4 50 $0 50 ;
300 bbls., various grades, $4 00 $C 25
SfiObbls., various grades, $4 00$C 50
'Choice hay U scarce and In demand
Common Is plenty and very dull. Sales
reported were 1 car choice timothy, $13-
ot). i car choice mixed. $12 00.
There is some inquiry for bulk corn.
There Is none on the market. We note
the sale of 1 car in bulk, 4lc.
This market U well supplied. The de
mand Is moderately good. Sales noted
were 1 car Southern Illinois in bulk, 30c
1 car Southern Illinois in bulk, 30c ;
cars Southern Illinois in bulk, 30c ; 2 cars
Southern Illinois in bulk, 30c.
City meal is held at $2 35 ; country
S2 202 25. There is fair supply of
both, with no buyers.
llrnn Is hi irood sunolv and onlet. We
note the sale of 200 sacks, 50iX)o.
Choice butter sells well. Common is
not saleable. The market la well sup
plied. We note tho following sales : 100
lbs Central Illinois, 25c ; 100 lbs Central
Illinois, 27c; 3 pails Southern Illinois,
ISc ; 100 lbs choice northern, 24c ; 200
lbs choice northern, 2227c.
This market is almost bare. Eggs are
iu good demand. We note the sale of
100 dozen, 17c.
Old hens and large young chickcus are
I in good demand
There U a Hgut sup.
ply. Sales reported were 2 coops email
chickeus, $ 1 50 ; 3 coops large chicken,
f 2 50 ; 2 coops old bens, f 3.
rhoicu'ai uiles are wanted. I'mnnio'i
will not .ill. vVc uoU; tl: xulo ol 1 ltil
1 litlot', $i 23 bill motlUiui, f J.
HIDES ANO Fi lls.
Siifctr .'fits tinHJii, 754tSrl 2"; lry,
tr-v;0c; eheariiigs, lUfTt;c.
l it Beaver -o. 1 a .;
So' t No. I $1 ; No. 3 J ; No. I $1.0
Mink-No. 1 f 1 ; No. I 75c; No. 3 50c;
I No. 4l0e. lUecooii-No. 1 7Ck-; N. I
40c ; No. 8 20c ; No. 4 I0 Skunk No.
I Hon No, am.'; No. 3 .1tr; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 Jl ; No. 2 71-: No. 3
Mio; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. l 7.1c.
Opossum No. 1 111.': No. 2 He; No. 3
35e. Muskrat No. I2ie; No. 2 l.V; No
3 Pirt. Bear No. I U: No. 2 J 7 No. 1
fl; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountnin-No. 1
J M; No. a $1 75 ; No.l l ; No. 4 75. ;
Prairie Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 5iir.
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut Ke. I'.n Ikf. r
Wc quote Paradise and Ml. Carbon ot
track, lump, $3; nut, $2 ; .h liverr-.l e n
load per ton, lump, $3 fMi; nut. J J 75,
delivered per single ton, lump. $1 ; nut
$3 25; Rrfum or HarrMmto, o:il ot
track per load, lump, $27 : nut, Jlii ; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pitt-burg prr
car load on tack, $5 50 per ton.
20,000 X and XX white and colored,
full government envelopes just t.-. i ived
at the Bi t.i.ETiN office. ' fit
WAB 1 1 El'A RTM BIST , ItlVKH ItKCl
,! . I . Is:.i
a nova j
j rr. ii;. n. i
I'.ttHlmty ! 'J ti -j
(Jiiic inimti s i,
luiitville i .'. l
Nusliviile j O Jo u I
St. Louis ! ti 1
Kvansville i 1 l
Memphis I 7 v
VirknlHir I !." : I 7
New Orleans 11 7 1
Ili low iilsrtt water ol' 1;4.
."i rifeiiiit, Siirnul Service. I'. A,
Steamer .lames FNk, Padiicah.
" Celina, Nashville.
" C. B. Church, New Orleans.
' Robert Mitchell. Cincinnati.
" Cherokee, Cincinnati.
" Thomas . Means, Middleport.
" Hickory, St. Louis.
" Cons. M'Mae, Memphis.
Future City, St. Lotii.
Steamer James Fi,-k, Padiicah.
" Celina, Nashville.
" C. B. Church. Cincinnati.
Robert Mitchell, New Orleans.
" Cherokee. New Orleans.
" Thomas W. Means, St. Loui?. 1
" Hickory, Tennessee river.
" Cons. M:,,ar, Cincinnati.
At three o'clock yesterday morning
the James W. Gaff, bound from Cincin
nati to Memphis r;m upon the rocks at
the head of tlie chain just below the old
steam boat, and i in mediately begun tnk-
ns water, but not in quantities so large
but t lint her pumps were able to keep
her lrce. She remained fast on tlie rock
uutil lightened off by theC. B. Church.
When her seams closed, it wns found that
she had not sustained serious iniury.
Before the Church reached her,
Mr. Frank Sliunk. her second clerk
came down here 1 1 a yawl and
procured the service ol the T. F. Eckert
and an empty barge, but when the Eck
ert arrived at the Galf the latter was
afloat and her services were not needed.
City National Bank
W. P HalXlllAV, fret..lent.
IIENRV L II Al.l.IKA V, VKel'rest.
A II. KAKFOKIi, oilier.
WALT hit HYMAIP. Asw'l Cii-Mer
S. 9TAATS TAVLOH, It H. L'L'VMNIIIIAM,
H I.. IUli.iiat. W. !. IIai.i ihay.
O. 1. WlLLIAVOH. STE-PHKN Hum,
A . B. BArmim,
Exchange, Coin and United States
nonets Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general Jbanklna
Neff. Vice 1'rca't.
H Well. Oaftuer
X. J. Kcrth, Adst
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8ta Street
Hrosa, Cairo. Wn. Kluge, Cairo.
Svtt, Cairo. Will. Wolfe, Cairo.
, Sunauka, Cairo, it L. HillinKley , t- I.ouia
Under, Cairo. H. Well, Cairo.
K. II. Urinkmun. St. I.ouin,
I. Y. Cleiuson, Cle.loni.
i UeaeiHl HHukliiff BuhIiiohs) Ilanr.
f)-Eiilianne Bold and bounht Interest paid
n Die saviuK" l'l purtiiu-nt. CollM-iiona iniwle,
nd all bunin eas i-roiindly attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH '21, lb69
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II BAFfUKU, 1'reaidenl.
8. 8 TAYMJB, Vioe I'reaideut.
W. HYSLOl', bec'v and Tnauiurvr.
P.W, BaBCLAY, CllAi tiAHCiliall,
f. M. bTocarLKTU, Tail U. bcui'ii,
It. II Cl'HNlNUIIAH. II. I.. llALUDAV,
J. M ruiLLIlt.
fNTKKKST uiid on deiioita at the rate ol six
J. poroenl. per annum, autrcn isiann Bvpiew
jt-r lat. Interval uot withdrawn ia ailded uuine
1 lately to the piiucipul of tlie deposita, thervby
riviutf them couiliuuiid tuu rvat
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Unen ev.rv buHincaa.lav froiu'Ja ni. lo S n.ui
a i Saturday eveuiuiia t'ur savings depoaiU oulf
rnm o to a u cioca
W. BTSI.OP. Treasurer
Illtutrtttftl York r
a. ft IMrivftitJ eoUUeVtO
Of tk 4Uai a?k4eiu, iu fttwafri
4., ifttras ditcus tr its In U
CJialaM Ul MfaMT(telua.lAaa but Is
s-iasfiiKlai aan iKoi mi atia-r it
UUA wi laU4tl pf4 e-VmiaJ M 14 MMH Hi H
CuutiUM mliirwir1"! wkint, uo or mm om Iv b itn
Ull Oat hu IV HIini h khts td UfUi)lasl. )
! ChwiU ItM IWTOs4UkitiMiKis4
al tnaj Mrtiw Gu-- im Ums -aurUi. Vr Wmi
fcylt-uL Tl ftuihar nu.y M cumuIIm! Hrmwil' 9
Ibiftii oo -mtif of lUctutilMH-u wMkw4m m ok Ammm
pt. At O. OHM . i U tuiu CtUMttli
Viif.wA, .Maria Koliertn, or U.e fount;- of
Alexuniler enil Male of lllinoh, liy her eeirain
Iriixt il.i, or snle inniiiraire, ilnlv ee uteil, a. -kiMiwI.rtfiiNl
and ilelnervllienrinK "late the IMh
ilnyol AiiiriHt. A. It , I.'." an.l irrorik.l in the
li'eroriler's ntli.c nf Alumi.ler rmily, in ll.e
htnie.it llliti...-, 1., ImioIc . ut wile mm t.riitf ei at
i-irc t.ii, itiil r.invrv Hutu tlrviim t.reeiil.r
liii-lee, all t.ic li.lmwinir .leserilieil irpiue,
piiiiiih .I in lh .'utility f Atexnncr nnl Mtnte i'
IIIumc Kit : lie..iithwest trncti.mil irart
..I Mi lcn twentr-aee ( ::,),; trnihiii revnitem
(I I. rnnetn.i (.) went ; aitn the oinllien-t l'rn
.i'.n:il .!iit of He.-ii.,ii twenty nn (ii,. In tow n
fchip -( iii.f-n (IT), in ranife two () ni, t" w
une. the n in. nt nl'n irnruiNiirv i.'ite fur the
Mimnt'nm'hiii.aiV'l n. I ivty-i;hl lllurs, r
e. Iitul hy Ihe siii.l Maria Idliert, nnit iiarahle 10
the or.l.mt the. il I ircenia l.reti.ley j and
where-., it is tirovMcil in ami l.y ui, tiust
iht-.t thnt in rienf .h f.iult in the Avment of
IhejMi'l promissory note, or any u.rt theiefl,
aeeot'linn t i the tenor ami (fleet c-f i! note,
thi n, on i..p!ie.iii.in of the l.-icil holder of Mnl
n He. it "-hoii,.! and iiiijrht he lawful lor Ihe un
ilersitr.1(, (ir-n inna ,re nley to fell ar.il rtmiotp
"l'thcaiil ircmUe-,im.all the richt. title, hen
elii. himI ciiiity of re.iemt.tn.n of mh! Mail
ri.ili.-rt. or her heir and aipii therein, nt t.ulj
lir .-.union, nt tne WP't ih-orof the court hoiii-e,
in the city of iro, In the county of Aleyandci
an. I ftste of Illinois, fr the hiirhet ar.d txst
price the Kami- w ill brinff in each afrer hvlrif
mlverti-eil in li rale thirty dav in any nwia
t at that time iiiitilUhcd 1i the said city of
Cairo ami lo make, entente, ami deliver to Dm
liiir.-ha-er or pur. hncr at u. h caie. irocd ar.l
Milhrient deed or .leedf of conveyance for the
pn-n.iM- pold. an'l out of the proceed-. ot'Mirh
ule to pay nil co-d-. and evpenc itv nrre.l in nd-vrrti-ina
ami seltinv mini premi es. ii,cli,.inif
attorney's f-e. nl-o th- principal mid inlrie,!
on suid ii' te . and, w hen :i, ih I mil hut leu
in I !c in Ihe pjvincM of the vaid note, principal
and interest ; h.,w. lie -re fore, puhlii- notice n
hiTchv imi-i , that in p ir.-i;nnee of ,id pale
liioi tcaire. and hy virtue of Ihe puwer and mi
Ihority to me granted in and hv ihe f line, un I
hy virtue of lire statute of the slate, I. the limit r-ii'U.-l.
w tit, on Krid iy, the 17th tiny of Nov., A.
I. , I"7H, at a o'.-l.M-k, p m., at wed door ol the
crnrt houne, in the city t( Cairo, m-U and,lni(e
.I Itiw pr. nti-w nliovc and in said tni-.t ruort
K":ei! eil de-.i-rili. d. and all theriifht, title, la n
eut iin-l eiiily of yileliiplion of the Said Maria
L'olirrt.". her lu-ir- or --i!fii Iherein, at puhiic
au.'lioti, for the hiKhwt nud ht-.l niico tliewamr
will hriiitf in cn-h.
O It S KM f 1 1! E K V L K V, Jf or Vitre.
MVKCMi LAN'UKN. Aft' lor foitKai;ee
i i. t . 17, l 70-:id .
A Larger Stock and Lower Trices
Than ever for CASH.
From Fifty cent.-i to Twenty-five dollar.
A lull line of late otyle corset and hosiery nt
lower priicn than ever hefore oflei-eil in
airo. ild ntn.WK made over, or tuLen
in cxcUanKe fur new good.
full Stock of
I.ndies Woolen and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flower, etc., of eyerv van-.tv r,nd
at all I'nas
My lm k must I. clo.-eil out. and 1 will irive
my ciidoiuer liettcr hanrain than ever oiTre.l
l"for Mltf. I . M'I.E N.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington xnd Comiaercla
Avenues, adjoining Eanny's.
Tf KKI'S for aiilc the U-at iUvf, 1'ork, Million
-LV Veal, lmh, hauKgc, Ao.. and ia ur
prund tr -erve faniilia'a in an acoei.lal.le in- ir
In tlie Itiatrict t'ourtof the L'nittnl tat.a, lor the
Southern iiritiiui ol lilmoie, I i lunki'upl.-Vi
?. . truj.
In the matter nfMicluc! ilc-illuoii ,t r.-rnard
Notice ia hereby Riven that a petition h.-in he-n
Hied in Kiiid Court l.y tsuid Michael lleilluon and
ller..ai'il Weil of t airo, in the coiinly of Alex
ander, in Haid district, duly de.-laritf hankinpt..
under the uct of coiuri-es ol Murrh
for u divcharife untl cerlitlcate ilu-reof.
Iht ii ili-lits aud olh.-rcUiiu proiahle uiulei- -aid
act, aud that the .Till day ol tictola-r, l-T' .al
elt-i.H o'clock a. lo , ia aasiKiied lor the heaiinic
of Hie naiiie by the anid court, at Hie I nile.l
Mules Loin t room iu Ihe city ul Spi i Il.-l-i .
w hen aud where ull creditor of r.ai.1 hankrupti.
anil ull other pcrsoni) in interest, may attend and
r-lisw caiijc, 'f uny they have, w hy the prayer of
buid peiitiulid rdioilld not be Kraut d
I.KO. I'. ItOM'KV. I'lerk.
I.ineirnr A Ijins.lan, atlornev for pelitiouei .
lialcl .".pnniflicld ill , M pt. 1h, A. 1. l7.i
STRATTON & BIRD.
A'-JEMd AI1EH1CAN POWDKK CO
5? Ohio Lfivee.
Q. D WILLIAMSON.
Ami 1 Vale r In
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
OI'RCIAL attentioi niven toconsluiuenta an I
No fcO'Uhio Levee.
T . if.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
.turner 19th St. aad Comisarcia ' At
C. 0. PATIEB & CO.