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ilflO BUSINESS HOUSES.
!. --Any business ttrm can have three Hurt
am, U t)i' column under appropriate heading
lilic rn- of ' lir niuiiiliiir 12 per fiu
eya'di uanerly la i lvnc.
ir r u i i t
llnr.lMi.r. Mv himI Till Ware.
A. II A I.I.V. V Oritlvr S oVee.Tlnnrid Hard
ware, l.m-U 11 ud lernier..' I "plementa, Will
joihIk, IdrTwri'txi, I'limpa anil Ladder.
II I t-lU.MI'ft'lul AVMIII. Oiiilnuig. and -fob
Work iIki i uii l rl notice.
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i . S . Met; A I! K y -1 lenler I n hurl and soft I ini
Ur. Iloorli, online:, aiding mid surUcd
i,....l.rr, lull end li l u k'" 'Uh and yard
I Hi iilv Hi Irrrt jicl Wuiliiiilun uremic'
i -vf "im iticii.-rir iii Hii.
4 m, iiiutlfr, vie., IihiiI hm'I suit luiiiliH' and
I, I-'lea tr.t unit ollIl'A, l.tilulherrlxl aTeliUt,
I MM I Till (I, eel.
h II AUI M AN l-ealcr in yiiiiunrare, 'loft,
l-au.pe ami ull kind. of fancy articla i.uinaier
avelllie, unuei i ill .lr.-i.
WILLIAM WINTLK-sixMi lre.t betweeu
i.uimercial avenue mid M aeliiivion imut.
luf i.uig unit Urn limil tailoring".
JOHN AM UM-Mcr. Iiant Tailor anil -Iculcr
lu Keadv llaile I lothine-. 7S ilhiu Levee,
Ileal ratal Ax-liria.
II. J. HuWI.LY- Kent KUlc Agcut. liuya
ml tells rel eaia'e, collect renta, mya lax-s
tut iiun-ieaiilaiita eic. Coinriiercuti avenue, be
tween Ninth ami Tenlli etreeu.
1 1 IXKI.H TIICTI.F.W OOU-
II Inline an Tobacco Factor nnd pru-
rnetori or IN teiaame' I oliacco warelioute.
A I.-7 Coiuiumercial A venae.
j licneral Forwording ami t'ominiieion
merchant, fur die Sale of Kami, lianlro, Or
'bardaud Daily I'rodure. s'iiiIuu Levee.
P A. WHLEI.iKK a I .
Vj Ocneral Forwarding anil (jiinniLaioa
merchanta, and dealers in ell kinds uf fruit aoi
Produce. t4 Ohio Ij-re eoiinstimspi lolie
ited. Stencils furni.hed on appucanu.
nama in i at i -'
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Train a from Cairo,
Eirsd Imk Easitmlist:
Tralna Lv CaJra
MO p.m. Kat hxpresi, arriving In Hi.
Louia H.iO p. m.; l.Uicago, 7:30, a.m.
2:20 p.ra, Cllf CINNATI Si LOUIS-
ViLLB FAST LINE
arrlvingt n Cluctanatl SMO, a.m.; Loula-
Tille, K:2 a in.; !rnliiDapoli, 4.15 a.m.;
I'aaatngera by tbil train arrive at abov
OF INT OTflZK BOVTB.
AiO p. m. Kant Mail wltb alffiwri atta b
U. for 8T. LOflS and CU1CAUU,
arriving In St. Ixiula at :.W a.m. 'Jbi
caco at 4.U0 p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Kllinpuatn lor Cincinnati, Loulaville
FAST TIME EAST
fkienetra by tbil line go taroiifc-li to
Itie Eaat without any delay rauwd by
The SAlUHDAY AKTKItNOON TRAIN
nt)M CAIKO AKMIVKS IN -NEW
VORK MONDAY MOKM.Nd
AT 10- ft.
36 HOURS INI ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER KOL'TK.
Advertinfinenta of coiupelinr linei that
Ihey make belter time turn tbli one, ar
are lamed eitber tbrougb ignorance or a
telre to mialead the puulio.
tor tbrougb tiiketa and information,
pply at llllnoia Central B. K. Depot, Cairo.
IBAlli A KM V S AT CAiaO
(i.rat s"P -
Oen'l Southern Agt.
J. II. .loxis. Ticket Apt.
the fffetta nf errora auil abuatii iaj
earlvlil. Manhood Rcttored. Im- Q
pnliintnta to marriafe rrmovnl. pq
Near iiHIiikI ol tn-anue-uu Nw,b
ami remarkable renwlit". Bookt
and rirculara aent fre la Healed y
iravelopea. Adikraa Howabb A- 9
aotiAilon.im N. Muth at. I'k-ila- pq
delphm. l'u. An inlltutiun liav- oj
Inra hlh reru"l'un Ir honor-
able cuodurt and iirofraMunal :
1a.it 111 1
Tbe Molern Tnniailaa
Is altogether the oppoaito ol his ureal
iiaruecak). Thi lutter as a piinlxlimeiit
Irora the goih lor an lnlraction of their
commands, wag condVniued to perpetual
thirst, and Immovahly fixed In water to
his chin. What must have been his leel
injri to nee that fluid, which more than
all the world besides, he wanted, within
his reach, and he powerless to drink it !
What a refinement of citielty must be
such a punishment. How different our
feelings to his antctype, who though
suflerins: from sickness all the time, hav
ing meana to meet the cost of alleviating
his ailment, yet deliberately neglects us
ing the remedies to his recovery. The
majority oi sickness arise? from tlio tor
vidltv of the liver, and can be dissipated
and prevented by the use of that valuable
elixir tonic me iiome aiomaun uiueri
Htue, Loonns & Co., dealers in north
ern lake ke, have removed their office
from the corner of Eighth street and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering ice in all parts of the citys
Those desiring the cold stufl will leave
their orders at the new office, where they
will receive prompt attention.
Jamks KxvANAi-nn, Manager.
Cairo, Ills., May 17, 1877. 6-17-1 in
Ed. Braxton has retnrned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call, lie has gone
to considerable expense In fitting up a
couple ol nicely furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all the latest Im.
rovements and conveniences. He cm
ploys olny first-tlass workman and those
who patronize bini will have their wautt
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. "
Mr. Louis Herbert on Ohio levee is the
agent at Cairo for the cebebrated Moer
leln'i Cincinnati beer, the hest.beeron
BKORKT BOOT ETI Kfl
I I TaekalftbtaofthealioT order rural
laaJ at I heir hail th Aral ami third Monday
u avu uiuntli. Coiuuiviciul aviuue, 2d door
aouui ol liln airret, uia p ni.
.I'hi.i li. Holme, 0, fj.jil
ASCALON LOUtiK, NU. 51.
Kniirlil of Hythlaa, macu every frl
lay uiK'it at hulr-piuit avven, tn Odd
'ulluwa Hull. llowa,
AI.KXANUr.n i.oin.r., no. m.
tmV lndeindrul Onlar of (Kld-Kl-fwKM
Iowa. HiM U every IhuraiUv iiiKhl
""tZmV at half-pant ae.ven, In their nail on
Al.K.XANDKU I.OUUK, NO. 4.
llitiienial avenue. Iwlween hlxth ami Seventh
una Wn X 6. . I'.
Vllt'l KNCAMPMKNT, I. 0. O. Biueto
. v.n u.iil-l'eMuwa' Hall on the 0 rat and third
i..!iO iii.K-ry motilh, at half-at aeven
A. Common. C t
IXniiTi uLioK. no.tn.A.w. a. u
' 4. Until rnariilur coiumunirationa in Ma'
XTaonii' Hall, eoruer Coruiiieroul avauiii
aii'l KlKhih atreet, on the aouond aud
urtli MoiKlar ol ear.D monlD.
Karit ' invRHritiwu.
I? All hilla fur a.lvcrtmiiiK, are due and pay
alilt' IK AbVAMCB
Tranaieat al vertleluf? will U Inaertcil atth.
rat tf II no i aquurv for tbe flrat iiui-rtion
and SOceuta for each aatiaequenl one A liberal
diacoutit will be made on lutuilinK anddnpl
rorinaertlng fuaeral aotiot SI Notice ol
moetins of locialiea or aecret ordcra Ki oenta for
Chnrcb, Society, Feativa) and Supptr notice!
will only he iaacrted aa advertiaeueiita
Ne advartiMuieut will be received atleaa than
40 twata, aad ao auvertiatment will be inaerted
for leaatkaa three dollara per month
Of ne square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted In the Bulletin as follows: (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ M
Two insertions per square 75
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square. 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Special rales made on large advertise
ments or (or Innper time.
The Str. T. F. ECKERT,
Will mike an
SMITHLAND AND THE CUMBER
THURSDAY, JULY 19th 1877
Fair for round trip 75 cents. Children
ball price. Uram and firing mum: and
dancing for all who dial re it. an I a quiet
place for Ih'.ae who do not wlah to dance.
Mealwi'l he I ii mil-lied for thone applying
any time before the boat leaven, Jtc
lrehtuent by Phil. Satip.
KkM 111 i, an. Matter.
Cha. Shinklk, Clerk.
S. A. Silvbk, Pat'. Agent.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(Twentieth Street Op,ai(e Court H.iuie )
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
Thu in theohleat lke-y in the ci.v mil lu
proiirittor lo.ea no oppoituuity touceommo-
date the publ:.
ifeaviiveri. irean orenn iwirr a ubj . wnu uc
re'eiT an erlti cith r peraueil or Uiroui'b la
He bake Boston Brown bread, aad all kind!
of Cakaa ttutahle for weddieg fnuta, pattiee,
Uivebiiaa trial. Ilia motto la: "The beat
af jrooda at the meat reaaonable prices ' '
TTKSDAY. JL'LY 17. 1S77.
Itellnquenl Tax Nale.
On Monday, the IGth day of July, all
lands and lots delinquent for the taxes of
17C, will be sold for tuxes H not paid
before that time. 1'ktf.k .Sai i". bhcrifT.
Fleiorea and Braehnia.
E. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street, lie has opened a
Urge stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chroinos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tamels, lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Picture training made a speciality
Chroruos mounted in tie cheapest and
best style. lm
To all who are auflerlng from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a recipe that will
cure you, free of charge. This great
omedy was discovered by a misaionary
in South America. Send a gelf-ad-dresscd
envelope to the I'ev. Joseph T.
Innian, Station D. Bible House, New
fork City. 1-30-flra
Geman Phyalclan From Cincinnati, 0.,
Has prepared certain remedies tor thu
cureol fever and ague, chronic diseases ot
the lungs and consumption, rheumatism
and palty, neuralgia and cramps, wet
nuss of the bed hy children and adults.
The above named diseases will be cured
where else treatment has failed. My
remedies aro almost lulallible.
Tcrsonscanbe cured of the Tape
worm by me in only two hours. Worms
by children in a short time. He also
gives special attention to Surgery. Call
on him at Herbert's Hotel, Ohio levee,
Cairo, Illinois. Will stay here only a
short time. References from the city.
tea Racking the Hyatvni
With drastic cathartics and hurtful tall
vants, anil use that rational and genial
recuperant, Uostetter'a Stomach Bitters,
the success of which in the eradication ol
disease and the building up ot feeble con
stitutions has utterly confuted the pre
posterous medical theorists who insisted
on the rationality ot depleting the frame
In order to restore it to health. Appetite,
easy digestion, regular evacuations, a
natural flow ot bile, are as sure a result
ol the use of the finest of America's in
vlgorants as increased loss of power aud
Irritation of the system were ot the old
exhausting method. The new era of
medical treatment inaugurated by the
Bitters is indeed a happy one tor the sick
and feeble, lor it has not only placed
health within their reach, but saved them
Irom the hurtlul consequence of an ab
surd fallacy. 8-lw
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, is tbe
igent lor Moerleln's celebrated Clncln
ntlber. An extra flno trtlole. 8-3w
Here Hndj There.
Miss Franklc llexl'ord retui tied homo
Irom Chicago on Saturday.
--Canine & Whltlock, dentists, till
teeth in the most satisfactory manner.
Captain Tom P. Leathers, comman
der and one of the owners of the lanious
steamboat Natchez, is a guest at the St'
.Mayor Winter's big picnic will ennio
off on the twenty-sixth instant. His
honor declares It will bo the greatest
event of the time 4.
Louis Ilurhert, Ohio levee, sells
Moeilclii'H celebrated Cincinnati lager
beer at wholesale and retail. 2w.
Mr. Steven Humbles, of the exten
sive comiui'Hioii firm of Rumbles &
Window, Natehes, Mississippi, is regis
tered at the St. Charles.
There will be a nale ol tobacco nt the
Farmer' warehouse to day, oomtiieiie-
iiilf "t 10 o'clock, a.m. Let those in
t treated take notice and be on hand.
The Cuiro City Bindery, A. W. I'yatt
it Co., proprietors, is now turning out
work of'evei y description lu their line in
lir-t-elau and workmanlike manner. Im
Another liorso race Is now on the
tapis, ond it will conic off some time this
week. The horses arc owned in this
city, and are considered fast for plugs.
-Miss Anglo Ciindiff and Miss Lillic
Phillips left lor Fulton, Ky., on this
mornings truin. They go to visit friends
and relatives, and will riot return for
Jaku Murray, Win. Hard wick and
Win. .Shodter were all up before Judge
Bird for being ilruak. They all suflercd
to the extent of two dollars apiece, and
went to jail for live days.
Captain It. W. Iiugan received a
lispatrh yeKterday from Diver Hiram
Hill, which atatcd that he had completed
the recovery of the railroad Iron sunk by
the Coal Hill In the Tenneesee river. It
amounts to about 2,000 bars.
F. U. Ward has gone into the ice
bu'inrsH, hiiiI is m i w delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of the city. Orders lelt
with him will receive prompt attention,
and the purity of the ire delivered guar
autced. 1 2-1 m
John Creen got drunk and after he
got drunk he got boisterous and when
he got boisterous he got arres'e I, and
he got ten days in jail because he had no
money to pay a line of seven dollars and
Tom Lynch and Charles Smith were
Irunk. They were arrested by the peel
ers and Judge Bird fined .Smith two dot
lars and cots, and Lrnch one dollar and
costs, and give them a very short time to
get out of town or go to jail.
-Canine & Whltlock, dentists, are
gentlemen thoroughly conversant with
their business and stand second to none
in the profession. Their office is over
Black's shoe store. Commercial avenue,
between Eigth and Ninth streets. Giv
them a call. lw.
-The steamer Grand Tower on Sun
day in addition to a large cargo of sun
dries, had 4.000 sacks ol whtat for St.
Louis, and she calculated on having 10.-
0C0 by the time she reached St. Louis,
This will be the b: liner wheat trip ot the
By every consideration of profit, If
not of propriety, that which sustains
and strengthens the system should be
absolutely pure. Boils, pimples, erup
tions, ete., indicate Impoverishment and
poisoning of the blood and should be
removed by Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture,
which strengthens the blood and keeps
It always pure.
We ofler the following goods at
cost and below to close'for the season:
no lot of ladies silk umbrellas, one lot
hoys straw hats, one lot mens straw
hats, one lot mens aud boys cloth shoes,
suitable for summer wear. These are
genuine bargains. Call early.
3t. O. Hay thorn & Co.
The elegant steamer Idlewild, Ben
Howard, captain, and John Naure, clerk,
w ill make an excursion to l'aducah onl
return on Saturday next. The Idlewild
Is one of t he best and safest boats on the
river, and her ofheers are as polite and
genial a set of fellows as ever lived.
Fair for the round trip has bien put
down to 75 cents, which Is certainiy low
enough. We predict a big party on this
The number of opium and morphia
caters in this country alone, would
equal In size an Immense army. To
what extent the desire was ingrafted in
these unfortunates by the early admin
istration ot the deadly poisons named,
It Is not dilllcult to conceive. Dr. Bull's
baby syrup is the remedy for the dis
eases of babyhood, contains nothing
Injurious to the weakest infant and is
absolutely safe under all circumstances.
Price 23 cents.
Mr. Fred Kent, superintendent ol
the Western Union telegraph oflicu in
this city, has made arrangements with
Mr. Watson, United States signal
observer, to take telegrams at the signal
olllce in the custom house Irom uptown
people, which they desire to go over tlio
company's wiies. The W. U. having
run a wiro from their ofiiee on the levee
to the signal olllcor, for the convenience
of the observer, lie will receive dis
patches and send them to the main
oflhe, from whence they will bo for
warded to their destination.
For two weeks or more an old gen
tleman named J. C. Merrill, who came
to Cairo from Wisconsin, lias been put
ting up at the St. Charles, and enjoying
a steady, good sprcu. On Saturday
night ho concluded that life in our city
was becoming monotonous, and that to
break tho spell he would take a trip up
the river. Ho did not, however, care to
venture a trip out lu this cold world
alone in the condition lie was, and pro
cured the services ol a young colored
man named Frank Wood, who was wait
ing on him during his slay at tho SI.
Charles, to go with him and take care of
111 m. Frank agreed to go, and
tkrew up his situation at the
hetel. Satnrduy evening Frank and his
charge started np the lcyee to go aboard
tiki Idlewild, on which boat they Intend
ed taking passage for l'aducah, but find
Inr the boat had departed, Mr. Merrill
gn.gested that thev go "and get a drink,"
to which Frank did not object, and
thry started in search of a saloon. They
foind one, without a great deal ol incon
veiience, and then took several drinks,
and then hunted up another saloon and
hadanother drink, and then they kept it
up until both the Col. and Frank were Yery
drunk. They then "took In the town."
When Merrill and his companion startsd
tic had about eighty dollars, and when
they returned to the hotel, but half ot
that amount remained In his wallet, and
hi; concluded that he had been robbed
and that Frank w as tlio robber. Frank
was arrested by Chief ol Police Arter.
and was up before Judge Bird for a
hearing yesterday afternoon, but the
evidence showed that the plaintill had
lelt a ten dollar note in one saloon aud a
live dollar note In another that,
and had evidently got away
with his money wttuoutk Mow
ing when: it went to, as lie has about five
hundred dollars during hi stay in Cairo
Frank was disehargod.
Koluilon or t'aiidol cne.e.
At a meeting of the St. Patrick's Be
nevolent society of Cairo, Ills., No. 243
ol the I. C. B. union held at their ball
July 15th, 1S77, the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously
Wherkas, It has pleased thu Al
mighty Got! In his wisdom to remove
from our midst by the unspearmg hand
of death o.r late Brother, M.J. Mc
Oauley: therefore be It.
Renoletil, That while recognizing the
wiMiom uuu j notice til film who uoetn all
things well, we sincerely mourn the
loss of one who in all his relations as a
christian and lovinir friend, and an earn
est worker in the cause of friendship,
unity and true christian charity, could
not te excelled.
fonlcfd, That we, as his brethren In
the cause of benevolence, do ioln in our
hcartlclt sympathy with his family, who
mourn his untimely death; all knowing
ins worth as.a companion, tils honor and
virtue as a man, w ill deplore the loss
aim Un separation from us in '.his world;
nut consoling ourselves with
the hope that God la his
ninnipotant mercy will reward him lor
his many noble traits, his kind and genial
disposition and generous goodness to
ward all men. Our unanimous prayers
are that bis soul may rest in peace.
RtxoUrd, That a copy of these resolu
tions be presented to the secretary and
to the hereaved family of tho de leased,
that they be entered at large on the
journal and published in the Cairo Bui.
i.ktin. and in the Fond DnLac. Wiscon
sin paper. Pat'k Mockler,
J. M. Hocsax.
Committee on Resolutions.
Low Price for 411.
f io to the New York store and buy
where goods are sold the lowest. Re
member money saved in buying your
goods Is better than money made by
hard work. All goods sold at our house
are warrented;the best and as represented
or the money refunded goods delivered
to all parts of the city. We defy compe
tition both at wholesale and retail and
invite those needing goods to give us a
call. Our stock is general and complete.
8 lbs a coflee sugar for SI 00
i lbs P.io coffee for 1 00
a lbs best Rice for 26
3 lbs best Soda crackers 25
Choice cheese per lb 12
Bst pearl starch per lb 6
Best sugar c c hams 12J
21b Tomatoes per can 12j
2 lb Peaches per can 12 J
Best baking powder per lb 30
Best hrown coflee per lb 30
Diamond grain powder per lb 30
Country butter per lb 20
Choice northern butter always on
hand. Above is only a few prices ot
sonic leading jrroceries. All other things
We vjffer prints for 6c pur yard-also
white mosquito bars for 4m.
A full line of dry goods, groceries,
boots and shoes and in tact all goods
needed for family use.
Nr:w York Store, Cairo, Ills.,
Tobacco ana C'lK'ra.
Merehants,grocers, and saloon-keepers
shsuld not forget that Messrs. Corlis fc
Rankin, proprietors of the Prairie 3tate
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
orSixtn street and Ohio levee in this
city where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on baud tbe largest
and most complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prenared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers are in-
yited to call and examine their stock.
Thiak for Tonrair.
Thousands lead miserable lives, suffer
Ing from dyspepsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness,
heartburn, costiveness, weakness, irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raising food
after eating, and often ending in fatal
attacks of fever. They know they are
sick, yet get little sympathy. The un
failing remedy, which Is yearly restoring
thousands, is Dacosta s ltndical Cure
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 25o bottlo will convince you of its
merits. Don't delay another hour after
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your relict is as certain as you live. Wil
you do It or will you continue to sailer f
Think for yourself.
Prol. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup
is perfectly safe and extremely palatabl
No physic required. Costs 25 cent
Try it. 7-1 ni.
Tax Payer, Attention.
Ibave a couple hundred dollars in
county orders for sale,
d 3 1 P. Fitzgerald.
. rr stout.
A cottage on Ninth street, lo good
repair. Apply to E. Dezonia,
91-tl City National Bank,
Cairo, Illinois, Monday Rvmitto, t
July 16, 1177. J
A most timely rain set in this morning,
and with slight Intaivals has continued
up to this time, three o'clock, with
indications that It will continue through
the night. The growing crops, and
particularly corn, will be much benefited
by this rain.
We note a slight Improvement in the
condition of the Flour market. There is
a better order trade, and merchants an
ticipate a still greater improvement In
this respect. This anticipation Is based
upon the fact that stocks south are ex
tremely light. New flour is coming in
slowly, ami stocks on the market here
are extremely light, and below the wants
of trade. There Is no old flour on the
market. We quote good family at
$7 7k38, and choice do., at8 2.V3,S50.
The demand tor medium and choice fam
ily Is good, while low grades are extreme
There is no change worthy of note in
tho condition of the market here for hay,
corn or oats. There is very, little activity
in the hay market and transactions have
been very light. The datnand is ex
tremely light, anil almost entirely from
the local trade. Receipts are limited,
though in the condition of the market
sufliclent for present wants. Trices are
steady at previous quotations The
bottom seems to have fallen out of the
oats market, and prices are down to bed '
rock. There is absolutely no demand
for them, and prices are at least 3c lower
than at the date ot our last Usue. We
note sales ot sacked oats at
38c. Receipts are light, though the
supply is good There is a good de
mand lor white corn, and prices are a
shade higher, and may now be quoted at
51gr)2c. Receipts arc light, aud the
supply on thu market almost exhausted.
Mixed is In fair supply, and liberal dc.
mand aU0(,50e The demand for meal
is active, and prices are steady at
$2 953. The supply is scarcely equa'
to the demand Bran i still worth
$14 50(5,10. The supply is fair, with on
ly a limited demand Receipts ef
potatoes for the last few days have been
light, ami there are now very few on the
market. Prlues range from $1 Co
to $1 !K). according to duality
Chickens are plenty, and in fair'.demand.
Young chickens are coining in freely,
and are selling at $1 502; old hens are
worth $2 252 50 Strictly choice
butter is becoming scarce, and the de
mand Is now good, Low grade Is plenty
and dull F,i:gs are in good supply,
and light demand at 8c Rates to
New Orleans by river are 25c per dry
bbl. and 12Jper.cwt.
JfiafOtir friend should bear In mind
tlut i lie prices here given are only for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
tilling orders and tor broken lots It i
necessary to charge an advance over
these figures, "a
There Is a fair demand for medium to
choice tamily grades at quotations. Low
grade flour is dull. Sales noted were
150 bbls. good family, new wheat, $7 75;
50 bbls. XXX, new wheat, $725; 50 bbls.
choice Family, new wheat, $8; 60 bbls.
various grades, $7 50rj9; 500 bbls.
various grades, $7(5)3 75.
There is an active demand for white
for milling purposes, at 51052. Receipts
are light, and the supply limited. We
note sales a9 follows: 80 sacks, mixed, in
second hand sacks, 53(a51; 700 sacks,
mixed, 54c; 200 sacks white, 57c; 1 car
white, in bulk, 51c; 1 car in bulk, S2c.
There is no demand for hay except
from the locil .trade. There is a supply
equal to the demand on the market.
Prices aro unchanged and steady. We
note sales as follows : 2 cars prime tim
othy $li;50(512; 75 bales, choice timothy,
$13 ; I car pnmo timothy $12 ; 1 car mix
ed $11 ; 1 car low grade $8 75.
The oat market is flat. There is no
demand and prices are fuily 2c of!. We
note salts ol 2 cars northern, in sncks
4 lc; 1 car northern In sacks, 39.
Bran is in lair supply, and limited de
mand at $11 501 G. We note sales of
50 sacks, $11 50; 200 sacks, $10; 200
sacks, $15 50; 50 sacks, $10.
The demand (or mtal is good and
transactions are liberal. The supply is
scarcely equal to the demand. Sales
noted were 450 bbls. city, $3; 340 bbls
city, $2 95(J; 20 bbls. country, $2 65;
100 bbls. country, $2 8(5.
Potatoes are scarce, with a fairly active
demand. Receipts during the last few
days have been light. We quote the
sate ot 5 bbls. choice $1 00 ; 10 bbls. me
dium $1 75; 10 bbls. do. $1 Crl 75.
The supply of strictly choice butter is
very Hmall, w hile the demand is good.
Prices are steady at quotations. There
is still an abundance of low grade but
ter on the market, aud merchants are ills-
posing of it at almost any price in order
to gut it off their hands. Sales noted
were 200 lbs. choice northern, 10lSc;
150 lbs. do, I017; 4 packages, 17c; 300
lbs. Southern Illinois, l-'(V He; 2 buckets
choice northern, 18c.
Eggs are in good supply, with only a
light demand. Prices are steady at So.
Sales noted were 0 packages, 8c; 200
dozen 8c; 120 dezon 8c; 400 doxtu, 8c; 2
Btnall packages, strictly fresh, 8J.
Chickens ot all kinds are In fair sup
ply and good demand. Young chickens
are worth $1 50 to S3, and old bens $2 25
02 50. Sales rep or tod were 3 cooos
young $1 75J; 3 coops choice young
chicVeni. $2 25; 3 coops old hens, $2 SO;
2 coop old bms, $3 25.
, , PBOVISIONU,
I Sales of provisions were 9 casks can
vassed sugar cured bams 11c; 1 cask
choice sides, 8oi - -, - -
, i V . LARD, ! ; ' '
Sal noted were 3 tierces kettle ren
dered, 15c; 10 kegi do IQ.
Buy your tin fruit cans at tbe New
York store and save money. jl-13t.
Kelatloriablp af Brain mm4 acomneh
Is close, indeed. They are conneoted
by that wondrous elastio link, the sym
pathetic nerve, which communicates the
abnormal sensations of ths organ of di
gestion to that of thought. Now, if
digestion Is disordered, the brain, being
the great local point ot the nervous sys
tem, all tho nerves are In some degree
aflectcd. The main cause ot nervous
trouble is Impaired digestion, and that is
usually produced by weakness of the
stomach. Hosteler's Stomach Bitters
rectifies this, and overcomes nervous de
bility by infusing Increased energy Into
the operation ot the orsrans of nutrition.
Through the agency of this beneficent
tonic, not only are the nerves vitalized,
but the entire organism acquires rigor
There will be an institute held at
Thebes, opening Monday, August 6th,
to continue two weeks, and longer, If
practicable. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all Interested in the cause, to
participate. Those having taught and
those desiring to teach In the country
districts are earnestly solicited to be
present. Bring what text books you
have with you.
An examination will be held at the
close, aud an advance of ten per cent,
on last year's work ulll be required to
secure a certilbate. Hon. 8. M. Ettcr,
state superintendent has signified his in
tention to be present at some time during
the sessions. Also to lecture to the
teachers and people ot. Alexander.
Mas. A. r. Taylor.
Cairo, July 5, 1877. J7.3w
REI'OUT of tbe condition of the City Na
tional Hank, at Cairo, in the State of llll
noia, at the close of business, Jnn it, U77
foane and dixcounla SWA, 370 U
U s. Bonds to aeeure circulation ... cu.ooiVi
II. S. Bonds on hand c,oo no
Other stocks, bonds anil mortgage. .. S.i.su C
Line from approved re
serve agents t 114,412 05
Due from other National
Hunks 4.1S0 SI
Due Irani Stale banks ami
.banters 11,657 73 lSO.lS!) gj
lienl estate, furniture and fixtures.... 81.4 : A 35
Current eienses and taxes paid 1,2I J3
Checks and other cali
itenii 3,660 in
Hills of other banks.. 7,i3u ot)
Fractional currency . in
cluding; nickels 6,.1ti 0'
Specie (including gold
treasury certificate) 1.1,559 S7
Legal-tender note 3S,WK) ou (,1lj SJ
Redemption mud with IT S. treasu
rer (j ier cent, of circulation) t, 'M 00
ImefroinU . treasurer, other than
6 per cent, redemption fund 5,00 oo
Total .. tMttt HI
Capital stock paid in (loo.oon a
Surplus fund . J5,io oo
t'ndiviiled profits JH.aw 47
National bunk nutes outstauding 4oot) to
individual deposits sub
ject to check Kll,5U 9.1
Due to oUier National
banks 6,(1 2 59
Due to Stat bauks and
bunkers 1M),1U 0ti.J4S 277 44
Total .. aM4.3iJl
State of Illinois, County of Alexander .
1, A. B, Bafford, Cashier or the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. A. B. SAFFOIIJ, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ?ta
day of Jaly, is". if. 11. c'AMikE,
fl. L. II M.MDAY, )
R. II. CC.NNlNiiHAM, 5 Directors.
O. 1. WILLIAMSON. S
Th Elegaat Steamer
JOHN N All UK,
Will leave Cairo at 4 o'clock p. m . , Saturday ,
July 21 , 1877, lor an excursion
TO PADUCAH AND RETURN.
Fare for the round trip, 75 crnta. Refresh
ment .Vi cents extra. Boat will leave from loot
of sixth stren at 4 o'cloct p. m., reluming will
arrive at i a. ni. tieod music, dancing, etc
C. r. Enakel i Bitter Wlna of Iron
has never been known to fail la th euro ol
weakness, attended with symptoms ; indis
position to exertion, lot of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweat, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic ay
turn, hot hands. Ouahing of the boJy, dry
ness of the akin, pallid ooantenance and
eruptions on tbe face, purifying tbe blood,
nain in the back, heaviness ol the evellda.
frequent black spots flying before tbe eyes
with temporary suffusion and loss ertlKbt.
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use E. V. Kunkel's Bitter Wine ol
iron, it never tans, mouianai are now
enjoying health who have used It. (let
the tenu'ne. Sold only In fl bottler Take
only E. V. Kunkel's.
Ask for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
1 his truly valuable tonic has been io thor
oughly tested by all classes of the commu
nity mat ills now deemed indispensable
as a tonic medicine. It costs hut Utile,
purines the blood and lives tone to the
stomach, renovates the system and pro
I only ask a trial of tkis va lu ibis loaie.
Trice 11 tier bottle. K. F. Kunkel. sole
proprietor. No. 16 Nottb Ninth street, be
low Vina, Philadelphia, Pa. Ask for Kun
kel's Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no
other. A photograph of tbe proprietor oa
each wrapper; all others are counterfeit.
Beware of counterfeit. Do not let your
aruggiai ten yon any out &uaaers, wntcn
is put up only as above represented. You
ean get six bottles for Ive dollar. All I
ass is one simple mak
; TAPE WORM REMOYCD ALIVE.
Head and all complete la two hours. o
fee till hea passes. Seat, Pin and itomaeh
worms remd ed by Dr. Kunkel. SAD Mortb
Ninth street. Advloe free. No ie until
head and all peases In one, and alive. Dr.
Kunkel Is the only tucoettful physician la
tbis country for tbe removal of worm, and
his Worm Syrup Is pleasant and safe for
ehlldien or grown person. Bend for cir
cular, or ask for a bottle of Kunkel's
Worm Syrup. Price one dollar per bottle,
(let It of your druggist it aever tails.
W. H. IrliJLEAlt.X. D.
OffltM 199 Commsxdftl At.
M-lsa tajr. BlUeli.
Speaial arteotlea elm t the Insist sal
Chroai OUaaaee i
dtse ,pouliae ta
Faeh wee t Aaeate. oodal
i.Mininaiaia i tiY. rasai ill
lleular Ha. 4 .Wtt
OBARTXJaSlI MAftCX tl. lilt
CITY 1TATIOKAL BAlfX, OaMIO
a. b airrotD. rnaUt.
8.S TATXOK. Yuwrmlakat.
W. HYSLOr. Bm't tail lVsaMlff.
P.W. Babolat, Cbus. fjAxiaama,
t . at . Stooktutb, Paoi.4. Soaron,
B. H. CuirxuieaLA-K. . L. Halldat,
J. at. Pbtixim.
prTEREBT paid oa deposits at tho sata ef six
L per at. par laaoja. Marefe 1st aad Sis lias -Mr
1st. laferwt BotwltadmwmUaeiaiaM
liattly to Um principal of to depotta, Sketchy
living ibta aoaaoaad iatonst
tfanied Women and Children may
Depoait Money nd no OB
la aam draw it.
Open every buaineatday Irani Sa. at. to I p. at.
ad 8 lard y evsaiagt for aoviagt depoait ealy
ran S loS o'clock.
W. HTtLOP. Trurarr.
f Brass, Presldtat. H. Welle, Cashier.
r. nst, vie rrte-i. t. J. nana. Aasw asa-r
mm im iin,
Oornor Commercial At, aad It Street
Bros. Cairo. Waa. Kluge, Cairo.
' Naff, Cairo. Wat Wolls, Catr.
. Suaanka, Cairo. B L. Bllliagalay , St. Loala,
. HuderTCairo. H. Wells, Cairo,
r . H . Brlakmaa. St. Loala,
J. Y . Clemaea, Caltdoaia.
Uaacral tUakiaa; Baalaoaa Dob.
t T-Exnhaors sold aad boaght. Iatsraat paid
i die Savinga Departmeat. Colltlae aud,
ni all hi, jin nrnmotlv atuaded lo.
CJity National Bank
APITAL - - 1100,000
V W il I I llltl balrlaal
HKNIY L HALLIDAY, Vic
A. P VFrOKD, Canhlef,
WA R HYHLOP, Asa't Oaahler,
Staats Tatloi, R. II. Co -otaaLAa),
H L. Haludat. W. f. Haxijdat
G. D. WiLLLAJiton, Btkmix Bud,
A . B. BArFOH.
Exohange, Com and United Stttaa
Sonde Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS raoslvad aad a gaerl baakJag
Whole! aad Retail Dealest la
Foreign and Domestic)
ITUVEB OF ALL KHfUl,
No. 00 Ohio Ltvit,
I8SBS. 81IYTB A CO. have toaataatlr
. a lare etoek th beat anoda ta la asai-
4. and civ MDaclal attention ta la wholatal
aaca of th business
BOOTS ft SHOES
Coffee, Sugar fe Sjrtw,
Opcoial ty In Toasj.
Goods Delivered Promttly.
78 OIXZO LEVIS,
ty Iitiaaai But NUli vftabt,
atm iinoiet Msata. . s srvaa