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tMO BUSINESS HOUSES.
V..ie.--Any hiMinea linn tun have IHruc lines
(m, in lOiii'iiu iimliT npiinoi I"''' liaiii(5
ll'ii-niti of ' ir iii.niili ot !! r yer
ayai.h- uartcrly Inel uiu.
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A. II VI.I.KY-I'-iti r ii 8 i.vvn.liii and Maid-I
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j.illr, l!.-il IS'T 'tii'S, I'. an;', n.l'l I.X'liirl. J
'J AiU.fi rivwl Avr.ie. I..:lliiin;', und Job!
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'nr. Jli'ii It'lin, rti.ll'HJ uli K-.lrf.-f"' I
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nlPllH'Vl ,H LIU III 'I -I .. 'i ll J '.'Tllf'.
tliildltl :i 1 Kn!i;ii.l I ..I'm mil.
AMM I-..:irril!lit'i:ii' f aid .tinlrr
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Itciil I wlille A lii'ltrli'i.
l. .f. HDWI.KV Ib'itl i.tUtt A'iat. Ihiys
ml ni-lln rtMl muv, ci i'.cii r-.iM, buy luX'
lur nun-li-sidi'iiis i'l''. 1,1. lull. ri.'.iul evix.ie, lic
Iwnn Ninih ami li 11 Hi iligrU.
( uiiiiiilkKlon .Mcrcliiiiim.
I o:bo Biiil Tolmcco r'niilnii nnil prii-
t'lii'lnri of tint sarim-i1,' I nt..M en iVm-elii-iKr.
J it 1-7 Liiininiiienul A 1 cuius
f "AHl'KIt rosi ly
tii'Di nl Knrwurtiiiir nnt Cornm sion
Incrrliulit, lur till' mill- of I-arm, lunlcn, Ji
jhurd ami liairy Produce. ' Ohio levie.
1 A. Wllr.EI.OI K & 1 .
j drner.il r'orwanliiiK and -f vmiiUl(n
iiierrl.aiits, ami dinars In i.ll kiml ' f r mil and
Hrodua. tl Olio Levee LoiniiniiimnU lolio
ill, bu iir J lumiihnl 11 n jiilii'iii.n.
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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Runnini? Two
Daily Trpma from Cairo,
Train Lae Cairo
1:'30 p.m. yl Kxprei.ii, arrivlri)? in St.
Lout .."x)p. ru.; Cliicaf.0, ",:", a.m.
20 P.m. CINCINNATI & IOUI3
F vIlle FAST LIXU
KrTvtt' n Cincinnati 8:-'H, am.; Louln
ville, am.; '.oM nimjo!in, 4.15 a.m.;
raMi'Dgeri, by tiiiti Unin arrive at abQVK
- IN -
OF iNY 0TAE2 EOUTE.
,1,10 p. m. Vunt Ma I wlt!l icep' r atta -h-d.
Ir ST. I.nL'Ifl mi l CIHO ,
arrlvln; in St. Loul-at ii..".f a.m . In
lauo at p.m. Coniiecliim a I i 11
or KHinKham lor Ciucinniti. Loul-villn
FAST TIME EAST
'enters t.y 1I1U Hue v tlnouuli to
tlio V.tt without utiy dcliy ivUretl by
KuuilHy Intf rvrnin;.'.
rtie SAlTKD.W AKTKUNOON TKMN
HliiM CAIUO AUKIVKS IN NKW
ruHIi MUMMY M'jHM.Sti
Al' 10- 5.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ASY OTJir.lt KiiI.'Ti:.
AdvertlM-mciita of I'oriip' tinc liuci lliat
lliey innke lirltrr t'lne than lliin one, are
are lusueil either throut;h ignorance or a
dealre to minlend the pulilli.'.
lor throuirh ticket ainl iiilorm.itinn,
pply at lllinom Central h. K. Depot. Cairo.
Ittiljia AKIIH At CAlCU
Uil - lilia.m.
Ocn'l Soutt.trn Ant.
.1. II. .liiNF. TieVct A"'.
ll:l.iv Hllil in JIlil'K H'f'l Hum
Hip 'ifccu m errum ami at.iiwa In
W iarlTlilr. .Miiiihi.o.llicslnrt.1. Illi-Q
r5 illmrnt In nmrrlnce ri'iuovi"!. y
2 Nrw nethoil nf Irrnliiiint Nr
2 nml miiHi kalile n-mtiln-s. II il" I
i!3 ul rirrularn ci-nt rn In "inli'l M
'5 enlo. Aililenw How an M- H
P3 goi iAiiiiie. N. Ninth '. i'hiln-pq
) ilrhiliia. I'a. An Institution lniv- M
-1 . . :..u u.......,..m I.nm.-r.. r
"'nliln ciiii'lnut and prufra-ioiial
TUf Mortem TniilHln-i
Is altogether tlio opposite ot his pn-at
namesake. The hitter us n piini-liineiit
Irora tlio goils lor an Inlnv.tloii of their
coutrpuniJH, wu condemiH'tl to perpi'ttuil
thirst, and Immovably llxed In water to
his chin, What must have been hii lei l
Inprs to nee that finM, which more than
all the world beM lea. lie wanted, wi.hin
his reach, and he powerless to drink It !
What a refinement of ciuelty must bo
such a punishment. How different our
feelings to liii antitype, who though
suflcrinjj Irom sickness all the time, hav
ing means to meet the cost ot alleviating
his ailment, yet Uclibeiatelj neglects us
ing the remedies to Ills recovery. The
majority ol sickness ailsc? Irom the tor
pidity of the liver, and can be dissipated
and prevented bv the use or that valuable
elixir tonic the ilomo Stomach Hitter.
Huse, Loomis & Co., dealers in north
crn laku ice, have removed their cilice
Irom tho corner of Kighth street ami
Ohio levee to the lee houses ono door bo-
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering Ice in ul rai ts of the citys
Those desiring the cold stufl will leave
their orders at the new ofllee, wliero they
will rcccIVD prompt attention.
Jamks Kavanaikhi, Mannif'T.
Caiho, lu.s., May 17, 1S77. 5-17-lm
Hd. Braxton has returned to his old
stand In tho Reiser building, whero ho Is
better prepared lhan ever to accmiimo
d tle his patrons und tho public who
may favor him with a call. Ho has gone
to considerable expense In lilting up a
couple ol nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tho latest im
roveinonti and couvenlunuus. IIu cm
ploys nlny llrst-class worknum and thoce
who patronUo tutu will havo their wants
uttendod to In stylo and will r. ce.ve
courteous treatment. "
Iood t'nr naif.
The saloon opposite tho court uoip-p,
lakly owned ami conducted by Chas.
Iloecker. For particulars Inquire on tho
premUt l, or ol Ucorge Lattner. tf.
Tin- kil(rlil ft tli allo iinlit ini-et
i.l ll..ik Lull II... tlnl tllilil '.IlillllriV
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11 . Mi'i. iikiiiT h. f Vilnlllrrciill KVi-lillr. !M llliur
auiith ui l-lli iUn t.'iiiijp rn.
JOIli II Jlil,'.!r!l,f;. i:Jt.
.v.-i- H.O.N MJtHii:, K'J, 61.
Kt.i;:lii.Mil I'j'tlilua, iin!lvery Krl-
',i liny Jiiylil al liull'-pual tvrii, 1:1 OiM-
-x'''j ri'li"M' Il.iH. llo-,
., J 1 lanci-ll'if Cnni.nan'li r.
A LK S.ANPKK J.OMiK, NO. ''4.
??nj. la.iij. 0 Irut Onlin;f ).lil-K.I-jit)(--,-
i,v, iiHKtt, every Tlnirit'luy ninl.t
-.fl 1 ' ri lia'u' j.it-.t i;i'U, in H ir li:i nr.
1 11. -v ivul ii ii- i inii ii ilatk niiJ S vntl,
1,, IU Will K. Viv.mnh, N. ti.
"r-::'i :.'f '.vi"'::nt, I o. o k . m.t.
. ..V- i.l 1 K i1i.wa' llnil omtii' rlnt ttiiil I'linl
1. V in y ni'iinl', S Iwil'-furt rv, ii
A. l.'I.MINIi l'
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v . Ill I". 11, 'II-1 111 'illillll.--.".""-' ..
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i ; 1:11 r CiiiMinri ml avi-nm
1 iirut. 'jn th fcji'l n't
mlri .ii.r. I.I .-.U1I M. iUlll.
awi'.i ' v iVriuriHixn.
( J All li.Ua for .'iv;-i:i'iiii!, tn- 'tur uii'l pay
ultlll 1M AUVAft a
'rrunaiunt a'-lvrtif !!! Till lie inffru-l at tin.
r-'.'e uf 11 in'' -"ii; fr the tirrt i.'i.- i'ii'ii
nnl .V i:i:uM fur ti; h ubiMi'.iv.it '' A litn.-ru
ille:on:il wi'l !) irui'lf on tlan liiig a ;l 'linjil
or imt-rtintr Funeral notiia 9' Xoticr nl
liot tinit nl DiKiftli a or -seen or lura -WmkI lor
Church, Society, rentlval and Howier nuticea
will only lie inaerlnl aa ailvertlHrnirnui
V ailrerliaeinent will ba reoeivnl ut le U.n
fV) cn-nU, and noaavrrlisrmi'nt will I linmrti il
for Jeaa than Hire rtollara Jier moiilh
i.ocai. rn sit kh vorn es
Of one Kjnari' (H Wnt'i ppai-e) or iiiori', in
fiTtfld in Hie Ki'U.ktin us follown : (l-ws
lhan oiks MjU'iri: wiimti 'l ug aiquure.)
One iiiRtrtliin per Miimre $ "0
Two insertions per Kpiare '
Three InsertioiiH prrffiusro 1 M
Six inwrtlon-i per wiimre 1 "
Two weeks per 8'puure 2 50
0n month per sqnnre- ' SO
Special rales made on larjfe. hilvertiH
nierita or lur lonircr time,
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(Ttfrntieth Strei-t Opji lte Court Hon )
J3HN REESE, Proprietor.
'IhialnlheolileatlMkayintiw ci v inl In
linipriutiir no oi,"iitiinliy to uccoiomu-
ilt.' thr litlll t-. , ,
lleiletiwra lnh lirwul twite a 'lav. wlim n
rrciv.-i en orhr cilh rperaonalor llirouKU the
Hi luk.-K Hnnlnn UruWn lireail, anil all kunU
of Cakcaauilahle for wchliuK Inula, imtiea,
i.irrliiinu trl.il lli niot'o U "The best
of Koo'la at Mi nin-t r.Moniljle price i "
Kit I DAY. JLI.Y UI"L
Mr. Louis Herbert on ( lliio levee is the
agent at Cairo for the it behrated Mocr
lein's Cineiiiiiati Ih.it, the best beer on
the market. 8 2
l or Kent.
Acottngeon Xinth t-trect. in giod
rep iir. Apply to K. Dkzovia,
;jl.tl City National Bank.
Pi lliliili nl la- Mitr
Un Monday, the bi;h day ot .Inly, all
lands antl lots delinquent for the taxes of
1-70. will he sold for taxes it not paid
bet'Te that time. I'i.tku Sa( I'. Ml;.-ritr.
lor Nalr or Item.
No, iH Lightli street nearly opposite
the Methodist church parsonage, and at
preM'iit occupied by N. II. Thistlowood,
i:i. ross.ion .luly 2d. Apply to
A. Co MINUS, tsij,
Or Th'H. H. Towers. St. Catharine, Out
l or hnlo.
On account ol ill VaUh I will sell my
one story brick hoi,si; and frame house
with three rooi.i oectipied by mycl( as
a saloon an J rcdeiicc, Also bar lix
ttirc. wines, lirmors, etc. For price and
terms hiquiri ol the undersigned on the
pn mises, No. 23 Eight street, between
Wa.-hiiiglon and Commercial avenues.
(t. l.OI.IS Ul.ATTAf,
f let urea nml llrurketa.
l. o L',.P.l M...it..,...il It'u Viirii.lv f
1.. J I UIU 11.13 ll lliwi VM ...... .j
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street, lie has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
i hronios, picture cord ami tassel, cur
tain tassel fancy nails, hat racks, etc.
i'leture framing made a speciality
Chromos mounted in t lie cheapest and
best style. It"
To all who arc suffering from the
error and indiscretions of yout'i, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, freo of charge. This great
emedy was discovered by a missionary
in South America. Semi a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Inuian, Station l. Bible House. New
York City. 1-HO-flm
t'ensn Kneliinx llie Siyatcm
With drastic cathartics and hurtful ?all
vants, and use that rational and genial
n-cuperant, llostetter's Stomach Bitters,
the success ol which in the eradication o(
disease and the building up ot feeble con
Btitutlom has utterly confuted the pre
posterous medical theorists who insisted
on tho rationality ot depleting the frame
in order to restore It to health. Appetite,
easy digestion, regular evacuations, a
natural flaw ot bile, are as sure a result.
of the u.-o of llie finest of Americas ln
vlgoranlu as Increased loss of power and
Irritation of tho system WLT0 of the old
exhausting method. The new era ol
medical treatment inaugurated by the
Hitters is Indeed a happy one tor tho sick
nml feeble, for It has not only placed
health within their reach, but saved them
from the hurtful consequences of an ab
surd fallacy. S-lw
Toitnrro miu inert.
Merchants.Kt'oeers, and saloon keepers
sluuld not lorjfiit that Messrs. CorlU &
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairlo State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, liavo
opened an estinitsnment at llio corner
of Sixt i street and Ohio leveo In this
ulty wljtre timy vil. do a wholesale and
retail business In tho tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand tho largest
and most complete stock ol
0'inrat) and cigars ever opened
In Cairo, nml tiro prenand " to
supply tho wants of the trade at tho
lowest living prices. Dealers are In
vited to cull and examine their stock.
A. FATAL SHOT.
Jo. V Owena, a Noted Thief and D apar
i,flQ. Well Known lu Cuiio, hhot m.il '
KiHod b an OlHor of tha Law Wear
B-.UOU Rou.e, La
.Mr. (irunily Urynnt. ol Hulliiril coun
ty. Kentucky, iolormii ii of ill" killinx
of Jouk Owens ono tit tho mom ilea
perutc (Tin liiiila known to llie omYiTg if
tliii luw la tliia e:tion nf c untry.
Ovvclia met I.H ileulll llbnlll UftM'll mill'
a'li'Vc Hattim K'Hici?, I.u., whilii belnit
cliase.il liy nn ollicer imim (I Oihlm. hint
Mond.iy. When killcil Owons mi l mi
tilil limn niimeij Henry, win) onci mule.
Iih liotiic wlHi Mr. liryiint, wen; In it
akilt. In Ihi! Mis,4."lppi river. lie wiim
ilccnynl to llie lunik hy Irleiiil of tlio
ollicer, uii'l :ille:iipli (l lo pti-ii out into
the unv: in ii;:.iiii upon ('.i'ov lini,' Mint
lie h.i'l !j 'i n detv iwil, when Oilib" lh 'I.
klilino him in.liiiilly. iienry, Ownm'
ciaipiiiiioii. Ii nl iiiii! ol lii- inrs "hot oil'.
liny your tin liti't chih ut tin; New
Yo'k sloro ami nive money, jl l.i-"t.
WHEAT IS KENTUCKY.
What aCorraapnndf nt Haa to Say of the
Cr'tJ In -ho Vicinity cf Clinton- Lib
aatUfuction Anion bhlpptra aa to
Clinton, Ky.. July 11, H77.
r.lMir Hi t.i.a nn.
Our people have just realiz 'd that this
Isoneot the greatest wheat growing
countries in the world, and tho way
prices now arc, they derive a greater
profit from tho raising of this grain than
Irom any oilier product. But much dis
satisfaction exists among the shippers ol
this vicinity, as the r ites ol freight
irom Moscow to St. Louis
via the I. M. railroad is eleven cmts. p r
cwt. and from here, st shorter route, by
the Mi'ils;ppl Central ami Illinois Cen
tral, tweuty-t'.vo cents, which enables
ttietn to get from ten to lllieen cents
more, in-r buditd on their trraiu at Mos
cow on the Mobile and Ohio road, than
they can at Clinton. There Las been
slrmied to St. l.otiii via the I. M. road
aVut forty carsol wheat, ot tills year's
harvesting, while not a I bird of that
amount has gone by tin.' way of Cairo,
and tin; people of ibis section of country
ask, "why is this t in?"' The crop wil
averag- ln:u twenty to thirty bushels to
the acre. The price up to this time has
been from $1 T to $1 ! per bushel, ac
cording to quality. O. 1'. I.
EESOLUTIO.f 8 OF THANKS.
The Myatio Krew Ihanka Miaa Kit'.ia
Alvor.ii Hou D T. Lluaxarand iuanjr
Ot jer Frianda of thuir Aa3O:iaU0Q on
At a mci'iing of the members of tho
Myrtle Krew held on Monday night, the
following resolutions of thanks were
Wiikkkah, The celebration ot the -f'.h
if July, given under llie auspices ot tint
Kiiiglib, ol llie M stio Kn w ot Colons
at St. Mary's park has proved in eery
rei-pcct (except llnaiieially ), to lie the
grand' !-! all or ol the kind ever given in
Cairo or Southern Illinois, und.
Wumikas, The success ot the cele
bration was dun in no small degree to
Miss Kiltie L. Alvord. tor her splendid
reading ol the lieelaration of Independ
ence: to lion. D.T. J.im gar, lor his able
orali .n: to Messrs. W. II. Morris, I'rof.
Alvord, Frank Galighcr, .Ino. Wood. F.
S. Kent. .Martin K-nt, IVal.oil Wright,
Frank Meti-ille, Walt. McKee, Chandler
Ruhbins, .1. .-s. Aisthorpo and others,
iiicmliers of the Glee club, for their line
s ngiiiir, therefore bo it
Jlt'tj'.ecl. That the thanks of tho
Knights of the Mystic Krew of Comus
be hereby tendered to the above named
persons tor liielr kindness in assisting in
the rclt'hratitin on the 4th; be it
J!rvlrrJ, That the thanks of the Krew
an- also due to the numerous citizens
who asi ited us In various ways thereby
helping thft Krew to make
the eilebnition the grand success it was.
Be it resolved that these resolutions be
published lu the City papers.
,I n. I). IIoI.Ml.s,
T. M. I.ovKi r,
C. A. Sai i',
C. S. Iki AY.
Tliiiiii lor Yourself.
Thousands lead miserable lives, suflcr
ing from dyspepsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness
heartburn, costiveuess, weakness, irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raising food
utter eating, and often ending in fatal
nttacks of fever. They know they are
Pick, yet get little sympathy. Tlio un
failing rvmcdy, which Is yearly restoring
thousands. Is DaCostu's Radical Cure.
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 23c bottle will convince you of its
merits. Don't dulay another hour after
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your relief is as certain as you live. Will
you do It or will you continue to sutler f
Think for yourself.
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm syrup,
is perlectlv safe and extremely pulatab!
Mo physic required. Costs 2-)
Louisa Wright, Susan Brotvn au.l
Maria Hughes, three colored women In
dulged In a Iracus yesterday morning,
and the whole posse were arrested by
Constable John Oladney. They were
given a hearing beforo Judge Bird, and
sent to Jail for elev.su days, under a Hue
ot live dollars and costs, which they had
no money to pay.
Street Supervisor John Talbot Is
making it lively for tho hoys who ne-
iMcctio nav th- Ir street tax. or work It
out. No less than a nail Uo7.cn oi mo ue
llnquents were up before Judgo Bird
yesterday, and lu every case a lino ol live
dollars and costs, making a total ot
seven dollars and fifty cents was as
sessed. Beiil latiite At Auction.
At 0 o'clock a, in. July I7ih 1877,
Lots 31, 3i. 3d block 21 lirst addition to
the City of Cairo. Tltlu guarantod, sale
V 1th nit reset vo und terms uf sale cull.
It WlXTKK i&SlEWAnT. AllUtioilOLTS.
The Nelilcii Irwiu Comb limt Ion,
Tho Sclden lrwln ihcutrlcal company
Is billed to appear at Paducuh the latter
part of tliis mouth. They will bo In
Cairo sometime during llie lli'st part ol
Great bnrgalnt In bleached and brown
cottons at Stuart & Uholson's. It.
THE BIC TOBACCO SALE.
II.KVi-aa '" Muat Sueeriarul
hnlp t.ver linouu la tnlro.
lto II nml red Military In Irriiihiina.
1'larre Iliiiidred lloKubruiln the
Am) m Full t iiirrl or
1,1st ut rreiiiiitma Awnrtl.-il.
a mo sixtkms.
Tli" iir-t uit ii u 1. 1 pn iniiiin toMicco sale
at the Farmers' warehouse, Messrs.
Ilinkle & riilstlcwood, proprietors, look
bhu'c yesterday, ai.d when we say that
it was it success in every particular, and
eclipsed any oilier like mile ever held ill
Cairo, we speak only tin; truth. Not
wilh-Niinling the tact thai l'a lucah h id
her premium sal.! yes erday, a circum
stance which kept many buyers away
who would h iV'i attended the sale here,
the boaid ol buyers was unusually large,
nod .iiuong Ihein were many new men
who never before attended the sale in
this market. Kentucky, Tennessee,
Missouri and Illinois were nil well repre
sented at this sale.
NKAiii.r mum: hiiki:i
Ilog-heads were on the breaks, anil it
became evident early In tho day that it
would be impossible to put up the Whole
quantity lu one day. Besides, Mr. Settle,
the regular uucilonetr, the services ol
Sol Sliver were brought into requisition
in llie afternoon, but still it was lound
Impossible to dispose of tho whole of the
vast quantity, and at four o'clock in the
ufteriiom, uft r ono hundred and
twenty-live hog-heads had been gold,
the sale was adjourned until II o'clock to
pay, in order to give the proprietors and
clerks of fhe hou-e time to straighten up
the day's transactions.
Ten o'clock having been announced as
the hour for awarding the premiums,
the mammoth warehouse was crowded
with the patrons of the house, buyers and
spectators. M.ij. Ilinkle, one of the pro.
prietors of llie house, and Mr. Settle, the
auctioneer, mounted the stand and an
nounced the award of premiums ns fol
Is i iikst siuiTKn:
This was a premium of $.U for the best
shipper olfered, irrespective of locality.
There were three entries in this class,
The premium was awarded to J. W.
Coekrvll of McCracken county, Ken
tucky. Tho cerlilicate for the second
best hogshead in this class was aft itrued
to C. Burton of William on county,
Illinois. The judges were John Bain,
Vienna, lils.; M. P. Jtiggins, Dexter,
Mo., and John Bay, Paducali, Kentucky,
2n ur.sT WKAiTiat or its clash.
This was a premium of $o0 lor the
best wrapper of its class Irrespective ol
locality. There were nine entries. 1 he
premium was awarded to John S. Gul
lidjie, ot Marion, Williamson cou.ity, Illi
nois. The certificate for the second
best hogshead was awarded to T. T. Set
tle, ol Si. Louis. The judges were J. W.
Tinkle, Poducali, Kentucky; J. M. Phil
lips and O. W. Corlis. of Cairo.
IlfSI KE It'lhV SllllTKIi.
The premium lor the best Kentucky
shipper was 25, and was awarded to
Miss (I. S. James, of Liallarl county,
Kentucky. The certilicate for the sec
ond b st hog-liciid ol its class was
awarded to G. A. Norshimrton, also of
Ballard county. No. of entries, II.
Jtnlges A. J. Duncan, Lick Creek, Ills.;
J. W. Barnaul, Tunnel Hill, Ills., and
Clay Murrer, Fraukfort, ills.
Ir ii best li.i inois siiirrr.it.
1'icuiiiim $25. No. of entries, 13.
Judges R. K. Wakefield, Woodville,
Kentucky; T. T. Settle, St. Louis, and
Win. Stratton, Cairo. First premium
awarded to Wistbrook & Horvell, Marion,
Illinois; certificate for second best hogs
head ol its clans, John S. GullidL'C, Mar
5m iikst nissurni siuiTtn.
Premium, $25. No. of entries 9,
Judges J. A. McKinncy, Tunucll Hiil,
Illinois; T.R. Toe Walter, Jr., St, Louis,
and Harry Hook, Ballard county, Ken
tucky. Tho first premium was awarded
to T. J. Hunt, Bloomtield, Stoddard
county, Missouri; and the certificate for
the second best hogshead of its class,
was also awarded to Mr. Hunt.
CtH BEST TENNESSEE SflIITr.lt.
rrcmiuiu, ?2o. .o, oi entries u.
Judges S. B. Penn, Ballard county,
Kentucky; W. J. Grace, Tunnel Hill,
Illinois, and John Davis, Ballard county,
Kentucky. Tho first premium was
awarded to C. Freeman & Co., Duke,
doin, Tennessee; and tho certificate to
Moor iV Edwards, Sharon, Tennessee.
Were all paid in silver done up in a neat
white bag and were handed to the lucky
parties as their names were called. The
awards were all considered fair and Just,
and there was no diisalishiction ex
pressed. Tim sale of the premium tobacco was
then announced, Mid It was knocked
down at the following prices :
1st. Premium $1U(KI
2d. Premium 8 65
1st. Premium 12 75
2d. Premium 8 23
REsT KK.NTCCKY 8HIITK11. ,
M. Premium 10 15
,ni, i ii'iiimui
BEST ILLINOIS BHll'l'KIt,
BEST MISSOURI siitrrtii.
2d. Premium anil
REST TtE.NESSSK, SlIiri'Kll.
after tho tale ot tlio premium tobacco,
the regular sale was commenced, and
continued up to 12 o'clock, when an ad
journment for dinner took place.
, A flue dinner, and a grand and maip
tlons meal It was, proyl led by tho pro
prietors of tie Farmeis' warehou and
gitttnupby ('barley l'liff.rlliur, ws
announced, and tho crowd adjourned to
the rear of the centennial raloon, where
tho lables were spread, It is unneces
sary to say that the buyers and patrons
of llm warehouse did justice to them
selves and the dinner. .
THE SALE CONTIM'KI).
The dinner over, at ono o'clock tho
sale was re-tuned, and continued until
ono hundred mid tvtvnty-rlw hogsheids
had been dl-posed of. The bidding was
lively and prompt, und tho prices ob
tained generally satisfactory. The fol
One hundred and twenty-live hlids.
leaf and lugs: $M 00. 13 00, 12 75, 1) 20,
10, 8 70, 00, 8 10, 8 fi5, 10 15, 8 50, 1) 00,
8 00, ft 05, 8 10, 7 C3. 9 10, 7 50, 8 55, 8 20,
G !5. 0 05. 7 30, 8 00, 7 DO, 5 05, 3 20, 7 05,
00. C 03, II 05. 3 25. 7 50, 6 30, 5 10, 05,
8 75, 3 10. 8 00, 3 00, 3 15, 5 20,'3 23. 5 10.
8 00. 7 20, 7 20. 7 25, 5 Ot. 0 10, -1 00, 7 75,
3 55. (i 00, S !0, 3 05. 4 75, 5 05. 3 10, 3 00,
0 25 KM, 3 30. 3 40. 8 10, 7 80. 8 70. 3 20,
0 03. A 03, 3 00, 4 73, C (X), 3 00. 3 CO, 5 15.
5 25, 5 25. 7 10. 7 30. 5 03. 0 20, 5 70, 8 10.
0 00. i 8'j, 1 15, 3 l' 0 00, 7 10, 3 90, 3 70.
7 10, 7 3d. 0 30. 4 70. 7 05. 4 30, 8 20, 7 : 0,
1 05. 3 00. 0 50, 4 03, 0 50, 7 00, 5 70, 0 05,
6 00. 5 45, 7 00. 4 10, 0 SO. 7 50, 7 00, 3 05,
2 00, 5 00, 3 10, 0 10, 7 15, 5 05, S 00, 4 00,
8 25. 3 40.
At tho conclusion of the sale of the
125th hogshead, the hour of four o'clock
having arrived, tho sale was adjourned
until nine o'clock this morning. There
is yet lu the hands ot tlio linn about 175
hogsheads to he disposed of, tho greater
portion of which will bo offered to-day.
A FASTIDIOUS CU88.
Hi Sad Experience in Cairo oa the
Fourth-A Hamper of the Myatio Krew
Editor UeLkr.Tia :
On Wednesday evening the .Vim pub
lished the following paragraph,
A WOHD TO THE .MYSTIC KKF.W.
My Bixivolkst Bm riiimx:
Myself ami friends visited tho little ciiy
commonly called tho Capital of Egypt,
but belter known ai Cairo, for tho pur
pose of attending the Fourth ot July
celebration, given at the park. But on
our arrival at the pirk, much to our
surprise, we found tho place Infested
with holies and gents o color. Had we
known that the Mystic Krew, as they
call themselves, wi uld have tolerated
the mixture or would Imve permitted the
colored folks to commingle with the
whites on the dancing Door, we could
have found other enjoyment at home.
We do pray and hope that when they
have anoiher celebration or pic-nlc, that
they will give this littlp matter some at
tention. Very Respectfully.
It is a pity, Mr. Editrr, that "Visitor",.)
was llie only person who
"found the placa infested with
ladie and fentUmen of roor," and I know
the Krew regret that he lint to "com
hiingU" with such. His communication
would have received no answer, only we
wish the fact known that "Vi.-itor" (?)
has been a visitor in Cairo for such a
lengthy period ih.it we doubt whether he
will ever visit any other place except
feet foremost; and as regards the
"facts" (?) on which his communication
Is brsed. we think the people of Cairo
know quire as much about I hem as
"Visitor" (?) lours,
One ok the Knew.
Rill. KO All ACCIIIE.ir.
Wracking ol a Train oa Ihn Narrow
'Uniiicr.-Foiir P mum Hurt, Among
laein Charlie Pink or (lain city.
Just as we go to press we learn ot a
serious accident to the passenger traiu
on the narrow gauge which should have
arrived here at six o'clock last eveuing.
The accident happened about ton miles
iiorlh o:"Iui'plii sboro by the passenger,
express and mail cars jumping
tho track and taring over. In the acci
dent Conductor Potter, Baggago Master
Berry, Mail Agent Jones and Expn ss
Agent Pink, were all more or lesi hurt,
though neither of them seriously. Wo
are unable to ascertain full particulars at
German Physician From Cincinnati, O ,
lias prepared certain remedies for the
euro of fever and ague, chronic diseases ot
tho lungs and consumption, rheumatism
and palty, neuralgia and cramps, wet
ness of tho bed hy children and adults.
The above named diseases will be cured
where else treatment has failed. My
remedies are almost Infallible.
NO CURE, NO PAY!
Persons can bo cured of the Tape
worm by me in only two hours. Worms
by children In a short time, lie also
gives Fpcciiil attention to Surgery. Call
on him at Herbert's Hotel, Ohio levee,
Cairo, Illinois. Will stay here only a
short time. Itferenees from the oily.
l ow frloea for All.
(io to tho New York storo and buy
where goods are sold tho lowest. Re
member money saved In buying your
goods is better than money mado by
hiird work. All goods sold at our house
iiro wurrentcdjthu best and as represented
or the money refunded goods delivered
to all parts ol the city, Wo dety compe
tition both at wholesale and retail and
invite thoe needing goods to give ut a
Call. Our stock Is general and complete
8 lbs a coffee sugar for ftl 00
4 lbs tilo eoll'ee for 1 00
3 lbs best Rico for 25
3 lbs best Soda crackers 25
Choice cheese per lb
Best pearl starch per lb
Best sugar o c trims.
2 lb Tomatoes p'T can
lb lVnehes per can
Best baking powder per lb
Best brown collce per Ih
Diamond grain powder per lb
Country but.er per lb
Choice northern butt.'r always
hand. Above Is only a few prices ol
sorno leading grooerlei. All other things
W offer prints for 8o per yard also
white mosquito bars for 45o.
A full line of dry goo Is, groceries,
hcKjii ami shoes and In tact all goods
ueeck'd fof family use, v
New Vork tjTORi, Cairo, liii.,
In another place n 111 be loun l the
professional crd ot Dr. Ottofy, who for
the last year has made regular visits to
Cairo. The doctor comes Weil recom
mended, and has In his posessioit numer
ous certificates from well-known sources
to prove his ability to do all be claim.
He will remain In the
city but a few days and those who
desire to consult him should call at Her
bert's European Hotel without delay.
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, is the
agent lor Moerlein's celebrated Cincin
nati beer. An extra fine article. 8-2 w
Mrs. W. P. Wright nd youngest
son, are sojourning at Crittenden
Mr. W. B. Gilbert returned to Cairo
yesterday morning from Sheboygan,
Wisconsin. The many friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert will be glad to learn
that when Mr. Gilbert left Sheboygax,
their youngest child, which has been
suffering is almost entirely recovered. 1 1
Mr. and Mrs. William Stratton left
Cairo lor Crittenden Springs yesterday.
They will remain at Ihis pleasant retreat
about two weeks. Miss Cora Stratton
has gono to visit friends In Missouri.
Mi. F. I). Rextord was so low on
Wednesday night, that his life was In
doubt. He was much better last even
ing, and hopes of his speedy and entire
recovery are entertained.
We oiler the following goods ut
oot and below to elosi-Jfor the season.
One lot of ladies silk utuOrellas, ono lot
boys straw hats, one 1 it mens straw
hats, one lot mens and boys clotli shoe,
suitable for summer wear. These are
genuine bargains. Call early.
3t. O. Haythorki& Co.
Canine & Whitlock, dentists, fill
teeth In the most satisfactory manner.
Louis Herbert, Ohio lerfe, sells
Moerlein's celebrated Cincinnati lager
beer at wholesale and retail. 2w.
Canine & Whitlock, dentists, are
gentlemen thoroughly conversant with
their business and stand second to none
lu the profession. Their office is over
Black's shoe store, Commercial avenue,
between Eigth and Ninth streets. Give
them a call. lw.
F'or sale by Winter & Stuart, n sec
ond hand piano, a lino Instrument war
ranted to be in good order. For price
and terms call on or address,
Winter & Stl'art, Agts,
tf. No. Ill Commercial Avenue.
F. M. Ward has gone into the Ice
biiriness, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the ciiy. Orders lute
with him will reecho prompt amotion,
and the purity of the ice delivered guar
auteed. 1 2-1 in
The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. Pyait
& Co., proprietors, Is now turning out
work of eveiy description in their line in
lirst-nlnss and workmanlike manner. lui
There will bo an institute held at
Thebes, opening Monday, August till).
to continue two weeks, and longer, if
practicable. A cordial Invitation is ex
tended to all Interested lu the cause, to
participate. Those having taught and
those desiring to teiioh in tho country
districts are earnestly solicited to be
present. Bring what text books you
have with you.
An examination will be held at the
close, and an advance of ten per cent,
on last year's work v ill bo required to
secure a certilbato. Hon. S. M. Etter,
state superintendent has signified his in
tention to be present at some time during
the sessions. Also to lecture to the
teachers and people ol Alexander,
. Mrs. A. P. Taylor.
Cairo, July 5, 1877. J7.3w
STUART & GHOLSON'S
Celebrated Quaker City Unlaun
We guarantee this shirt to be the beat
made and mosl perfect fitting shirt
manufactured in tho I'nllod Statos.
Measures taken and a perfect tit guaran
teed. Our prices are $1.25 and $1.50 for
slock shirts nml $1.30 and $1.75 for
special measures. t-lw
REPORT of the cnuilitlon of the Ciiy Ka
tlniml liank, at Calm, in the State of 1111
noli), at Uiv clone of biialuetui, June U, lt7
Lnnna ami discounts 111,379 M
II 8. JtninU to acuure circulation.... Sn.mOOn
IT. 8. Honda on hand Sii.s.Vl 00
oilier atiH'.ks, bowls and mortirages... '1,811 fs
Line from approved re
nerve annus HI, Ii C!i
Due from other National
Hunks 4.1S9 61
How tVom Stat tiniika and
-baukers U.M7 M 160,151 8j
Ileal estate, furniture and llxturea
l urruulexixMintM enu taxes pam
tlui'Ka ami oilier ciun
Items aao U
1111 In of other banks., 7,ii l!
f ractional currency, in-
clmliiiif nicki'ln 0,:!W M
Specie (including Rold
trvaaury oerkilluateaj U,M9 Hi
Utful-lenuvr uolea......... 3,MI IW
Unit miitlon fund wlihU. . treasu
rer ((f pw cent, of rliTiilnllon)
Iue from U a. treaaurar, "(her thea
6 pur oouU ralenipliua fuud
Total W1 91
Capital Mock paid lu - X
Kurulus fuud S'iwS
National bank uolea oiila auJIug 00
Individual driioaiU aub-
lent to check HH.SU tU
Due to other Nallouul
Mnka "i "
Hue to Stale banks aad
Ulllki'n 1U,IIJ Sti-illS tfiT
At ite of Illinois. Couuly of Alexander Sea.
I, A. II. Aaff"M, Cashier of the above
named liank, do solemnly swear that the shore
.tiiinnrnt la true to the lieat of my knowledft
and belief. A B. SAITOH J, Uaahier.
Nulmcrlbed and sworn lo before roe thumb
day of Jnly, Hflf. H. U. CA.NUKK,
Conect Attest! .
rl. Ii, II M.f.lDAY )
R. If. CUNNINGHAM, JUlrmlure.
U. II. WILLIAMSON
.....l.M e&i i .oWitTlv a-l
ty', 'v.ip ! . -i- iiiliirv Af CL
llaVtws. i-i' .Mblaiv4i.,bawaev,J1'
Caiho, Illinois, Tupssdav Kvaana.
JbIj , wu
Ai a hole tha market here Is un
counted, and business continues Ihrht.
The Flour market Is quiet, and trauao-
tlons since our last report have been lim
ited. There It a fair demand lor old flaur,
and prices are steady and Arm at
$8 50fc0. The stock o' old U very small,
a id not sufficient for the wants ol trad.
New flour Is becoming more plenty, and
in tne absence ol old, buyer art
supplying their want with new
Now flour may be ooat
cd 23c. nnder nhl tm
is a fair demand lor strictly cholca ha
at $12. Iteeelpts are light and there la
very little choice on the m trket. Low
?rade h iy Is plenty and dull.........ne-
cjlpts of corn ar light and the demand
good for white for mllllnir purpoaet.
There is very little ou the market.
Prices are a shade stronger, and we quota
sales as hlifh as 51c There Is no de
mand lor oats. The supply la lair and
prices 1 cent easier. ' Receipts are liberal
Meal has taken an upward ten-.
dency, and Is now quoted at $2 00I4
The supple on the market la about equal
to the demand..- Bran la la light
supply and limited demand. Within tha
last day or two prices have taken a
tumble, and we now quote the tale of
several lots at $15. Sales were made
earlier in the week as high aa $18.
I There is a good demand for potatoes at
$1 502. There are very few on the
market. For all other articles tea
Kiver rates to New Orleans, 25c per
dry bbl., and 12)o per cwt.
fcjTOurlrlend should bear In mind
tlut the prices here given are only for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
tilling orders and lor broken lots ft Is
necessary to charge an advance over
these figures. "Ua
Old Is scarce and In fair demand.
Prices are firm and steady at quotations.
New Hour (s becoming more plenty
and in the absence of old. buyers art
supplying themselves with new. New
is quoted 25c under old flour. Sales
noted were 50 bbls. choice family, new
$3; 50,bb)s. various grades, $7($0; 50 bbls.
choice family now wheat, $9 50; 50 bbls.
old $9. 330 bbls. various grades, $8 5010.
There Is a fair demand for strictly
choice at $12. Receipts are Ihrht. ad
the supply on the market limited. Low
grade hay Is plenty and dull. We note
sales ol 1 car prime Timothy, $11 50 ; t
cars clinic Timothy, $12; 1 car prime
Timothy $11 ; l car low grade hay $9.
There is a good demand lor white
corn for milling purposes. Keeeipts are
light and the supply on the market la
Very small. An advance of about I
cent has taken place since our last re
port. S des noted were 2 cars white on
I. C. track, 51c; 1 ear white in tacks, 37c.
COO sacks mixed. Mo.
There is no dem m J worth speaking
of for oats. There is a fair supply ou the
market, ami prices are a shade easier.
S les noted were 1 car Northern hi bulk.
37c; 1 car Northern lu sacks, 42; 100
sacks, mKcd, He.
The supply of meal is about equal to
the demand. Prices are hlirher. and wa
now quote city meal at $2 90(5)3. There
is a fair demand lor conn fry meal at
$ 2 70 to $2 75. We note sales of 300 bbls.
city $3 00 ; 350 bbls. $2 902 03 ; 50 bbls.
country $2 73 ; 75 bbls. country $2 75.
There Is only a light demand lor braa
ami prices aro down. 230 sacka told
early In the week at $18, but later a de
cline set In and several lots sold as low
as $15. We note sales ol 50 sacks, $13;
250 sacks, $18; 125 sacks, thip attift". $18.
The supply ot potatoes on the market
Is light. The demand it lair, at 4045c.
Receipts are meagre. Sales noted were
20 bbls. choice, $1 90; 10 bbls. medium,
$1 75; 10 bbls. extra choice, $2 00.
The slock oi choice butter oa the mar
ket i limited, with a liberal demand.
Common and low grade its In over stock
and unsalable. Prices lor choice ara
steady al 16lSc. We note sales at lot-
lows: 600 lbs. southern lllluo.li packed,
1213; 11 packages northern packed,
1018; 200 lbs. southern Illinois, IJJc,
Eggs arc plenty and in light deratnd
Saiet noted were 215 dozen, 8c ; 50 doeu
8c ; It packages, 8c ; 50 dozen je.
Sales provisions wart 1,400 lbs.' sugar
cured hams, canvassed, lOJe; 1,000 lot.
clear bacon tides, 8c. . .: i
Sales lard were 4 tlercet kettle) ren-
d red, standard, ltto; 10 kegs kettla ren
dered, 10c. '
Vegetables ot all kinds are plenty aad
prices are low. Tomatoes are wortH
$175X Cabbage Sfi7 per hundred.
POULTRY, f ; i
Poultry Is In lair supply and food da
mand at quotations, 4 coopa yotwf and
old mixed, $2 50; 3 coopa roan 9) S3.
10 dozen young, smart vir. 50$ oaopa
young, $1 75; I coop U Ittattl
Sales Of salt ware 240 bWn. $ X
VITAL WfttENESS OR 1KIsUttOM I
weak eahao-M renin, an aaem ae mmh
the reanlter MENTAL OTKK-VfOIK. IKI'aJM
LKEHONSOa EXCKHKM, eraonsa atataee
ihs ey.tam. Is always eeare. try Unsnaaisra'i
Hnratopatnie sweetie No aa. It tame eaeae
iBYlforatea Ike svetem. latuartm etieatfth mat
energy elope Use drala aaa njareaeMt My
earn disa. Beaa used weuir yean with e-
reot sucotea by Uionseasta- aoM by teal in-
Prion Ii aeriiMla vial. et ant
tre vials aad al vial ef aowdrr t-M
an receipt of rle. Addraaa BVIsreimt
IIOMICOPAIHJC NIitCt tOaUTAXT. V
fultoa street, N.T. I
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: No.64 OlJtlim CAtiIUC.