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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St, Louis & Chicago
TLo only Road Running Two
Daily Trnici from Cairo,
Traln Ltave Cairo
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irriving' n rlodonatl m.; Loula-
ville. b it, a m.; indi mapolia, 4.1ft a.m.;
Hamf ngcm tiy ttiii tr.-nu ainveat above
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OF ART OTHER EOUTB.
i;iO P. B. Kit Mail with ileepera attach.
Hi. for ST. LOlIS ami C'HltAt.O,
arriving In St. I.oulu at ti::tO a.m. 'Jln
cago at 4..HJ p.m. Connei'linz at Odin
or Kflinphaiu ftr Cincinnati, Loulaville
FAST TIME EAST
?a-en.'r hv tUU line no through to
Uie Eaot w'itbout any delay i aused by
rn i MAfuiUAl aVtKUNOON TK UN
KltdM I'.MK'i AKHIVKS IN NKW
VnHK MoNI'A Y MUKM.NU
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30 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHKK HOLTK.
Adverticeinentk of conipfcllnf Imen that
tbey make belter tiuie than Una one, are
are iK-ued either lbrouli l(-r.orance or a
ilealre to minlead the puhlic.
or throiiRti ttcketa and iiitoriiiutioo,
pply at lllinu'tt Central K. R. Depot, airo.
1MAIMB KJtlV AT Call"
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,T. H. .losr.P. Ticket Ac.
ihc iffrcta f erroia anJ almata ln
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2 u'i'l remarkable rrinediea.
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kJ P3 u( utiiiM, 41-J S. Ninth '. I'hlla- W
5 ilelptilu. l a. n iniiiuuittu
a-i i.. . i.ivh r-uiiialiun lor hnpur-
ialile conduct ami prufraMonal!
Hie Mortem TitnWIim
Is altoffether the opposite id his jfreat
namesiike. The latter as a piininhmciit
Irom the gxU lor an Inlntctlon of their
coniinand-, was condemned to perpetunl
thirMt, and Immovably fixod In water to
Ida chin. What niHst liavc been his lecl
Injja to aeo that lluid, which moro than
all the world betde.. hu wanted, within
hit roach, and he powerlesn to drink It !
What u refinement of ctuelty muat be
such a punlfhinent. How different our
feelings to lil nntctype, who though'
auOerlng Irom f-i''kne all the time, hav
ing mean to meet the cost of alleviating
hlaallnuut, yetdellherutelj neglects us
ing the remedies to his recovery. The
mujorliy of sickness arises from tlio tor
pidity of the liver, and can be dlsnijiated
und prevented by the tine of that valuable
elixir tome ihu Home Stomach Bitter.
iceT ICE 1
Huse, Loomis it Co., Uealera in north
crn lake kc, have rttnoved their ofllce
from the corner of Eighth street and
hio levee to the ice houses one door be
low the St. Charles hotel, and are now
delivering l2 In all parts of the cltyi
Those desiring the eold stufl will leave
their orders at the new ofllce, wheri they
will receive prompt attention.
Jawks Kavinauoh, Manager.
C'aimo, li.!.., May 17, 1877. 5-17-lm
Ed. Braxton has retnrned to his old
etand in the Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patron.1 and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense In flltlng up a
couple ot nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest lm
rovemonts and oonveiilonoeB. He em
f loyi olny tlrst-tUss workman and those
who patronize h.m will have their wants
attended to In srtylo and will receive
A cottage on
Ninth street, in goon
The knnrlit. of tit elwie order lim l
at tln-ir hull ill' llrM ami Hi'l'l Monday
U esxll llion'll. Cou.lllWCIul avenue, I iloor
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ii,rt-t:.r! ,f auc:tim ur rrt un'.rra 5J cenia for
Cburnb, Ncicitity, Kwtival ami Su(jr nullna
w;ll unly I iiiaervul aa avrrtia- iriciil
' adwrtiitiiiciil will be mcmt lli than
i ikiiU, ami uu aavcrliaruicut will I liw-nfl
lur ! than thr ilollaru pr iuhhiIi
I.OC.tl. HI MIKt.ltA MIIHE1
(if mm g(iiKrc H lini'i ii e) ur iiion-, in
utrOii In Ihu Kui.LK.im Ha lullowt: (l-i-M
flian one Hqunre counted n mumre.)
Out irmrrtlon --eriiqiure $ 60
Two insertion per aquaria
Tlirct-iimTtlons per njuare 1 W
Six Inwrtlons ier siiuur 1 "5
Two weeka per miuare - 2
One month per fijuare-,
SH'cial rales made on larpe adverilce
meiit ur lur limjrer time.
COURT HOUSE BAKERY,
(I aruiltlli llwl OjijiM Conn Huin )
JOHN REESE, Proprietor.
Thin in yi oMeat li-kc In the nil v ni l H
propnutor lonn nn 'iii,rtiinliy tu awoiuiiiij
iUiu Ihf l.uh'l-. ,
lleileiivfrk lf-h liri! twieea tuy . wlin lie
rurivi-i un nln nlh r pi-nonal or Ibruugb Hie
''Ti-'iliii I'jwtim llrnwn tin!, h'I all kiudu
ul (.akea amiable lur nr-Miiiir leani!'
lilvehiiiia trial. Hia nmtto m
uf gixxta al the most rowluUf pin t
FWDAY. JLLY 20 lo77.
Flriorcti -mil Hrarkela.
E. C. Furd hat removed hit Variety
Bracket store to Wu-liirij-ton nveiiue
near Tenth utreet. Ho lnw opened a
larjre ato:k n bracket!!, flielvci", frainca,
i hromou, picture cord and Us Is cur
tain taKela, lancy iiailf. hat rack, etc.
1'icturc lramine made a fpeciulity
Cliroinos iiiuiintctl in t"jc cheaper;, and
Ijent htylc 1,0
To all who are suflering from the
error and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weaknes, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a rtcie that will
euro you, free of chHrire. This great
cmcrty wu dweovered br a micaionary
;n South America. Send a self-ad-Ires-ed
envelope to the Iti V. Joeph T.
Imiiili, Sialiou I). Bible Houm;. New
'.'urk Citv. l-UWiin
Oe man Phyaiolan From Cincinnati, 0-,
IIui prepared certain remedies lor the
em e ot fever and ague, chronic diseases of
i lie lungs and consumption, rheumatism
and pulty, neuralgia and cramps, wet
tiers of the bed ly children und adult.
The above named diseases will be cured
where else treatment int laiieu. .mj
remedies are almost infallible.
NO CUKE, NO VA !
Persons can be cured of the Tape
worm by me in only two hours. Worms
.tj Miihlrcn in a short time, lie alio
iivii aneciul attention to Surgery. 'all
on him nt Herbert's Hotel, Olim levee,
(Viro, Illinois. Will slay lure only a
short time. References from the city.
? line Ulna the Hyateiil
With drastic cathartics atid hurtful nli-
vants, and use that rational and genial
reeuperant, llostetter's Stomach Bitters
the success ot wlrnh in the eradication ot
disease and the building up of feeble con
stitutloiis lias utterly confuted the pre
posterous medical theorists who insisted
on the rationality ot depleting the Irame
In order to restore It to health. Appttlte,
ea.? digestion, regular evacuations,
natural flow of bile, are as sure a result
ot the use of the finest of America's In
vigorants as Increased loss of power and
Irrltal ion of the system were ot the old
exhausting method. The new era oi
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
from the hurtlul consequence of an ab
gtird fallacy. 8-lw
Think for Tounieir.
Thousands lead miserable lives, sutler,
Inir from dyspepsia, a disordered stom
ach and liver, producing biliousness
heartburn, costlveiiess, weakness. Irregu
lar appetite, low spirits, raising tood
after eating, and often ending In fatal
attacks of fever. . They know they are
irk. vet tret little sympathy. The un
falling remedy, which Is yearly restoring
thousands, is DaCosta's Radical Cure
Sold by Barclay Bros.
A 25c bottle will convince you of Its
merits. Don't delay another hour alter
reading this, but go and get a bottle, and
your ndlel is as certain as you live. Wll
you do It or will you continue to suffer .
Think for yourself.
I'rof. Parke.' rieasant Worm byrup
Is perfectly safe and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs 'JB cent.
Try It. , ,-,m'
' An Alexander County Order. No. 380,
for $23,00 payable to Samuel Briley; all
parties are requested not to negotiate for
the same, the finder will be rewarded by
returning It to Samuel Briley, Toledo,
Alexander Co. Mr. Jas.E.M;Cbitb.
! Mi. F.mils Hu bert on Olilo ltvec i the
agent hi Cairo lur ili ei bcbrated Mocr
! lein's Clm iunati Ikit, Ihu Im'cI beer on
! i he market. N-2w
lleri. mill I tirre.
I 1 1' Ii- .! Ii" I U-ilS'S I'f l'lil"l
ill li.l' police rimi I J ei-li -riliii .
- ChlilllU A till lot k . liilitis'.s.
tcciii iii tin! Hiini sati-iariury ma
The N'jtlonal eornet bund will give
an'open u r concei t on I In: up town Miuid
Mis. I Mine, wife of the propiictun t
the Arlington House, Inis gone to Visit
friends at Cape (iirardeaii.
l.uuls 'Herbert. Ohio leve". -IU
M.N-rli Id's rvi,-hrle' Ci-ieitiii:i'l laer
b.-cl :it whi.le'le and rvt-ii!. 2w.
l)o not torgiithe 'ale ol unclaimed
I cl,iii"'s of the Expiea eninpany tbis
uioriiiiig ut Winii r it Stewart's auction
l'ait'eular attention I called to the
sale ot .he private resilience of Mrs.
Michael Coyne on Saturday afternoon
next. S' i; advertisement.
The Cairo City Bindery, A. W. i'yatt
& Co., proprietors, is now turning out
wuik of eveiy description in their line in
flrst-:lak iiii'l workmanlike maimer, lm
Circuit court w.n In session yesier
(hy. the San't statement to the contrary
notwithstanding. Mr. Judd was present,
and llie hearing ot the Union county
bond case was resumed.
F. M. Ward has gone in'o tue ice
buinc. and is now delivering pi. re lake
Ice in all parts of the city.- urdds lelt
with him will receive prompt at ii iilion,
and the puritv of the ice delivered guar
auti-d. 1 2-lra
Canine A. Whltlock, dentins, are
gentlemen thoroughly converaaut with
their business and stand second to none
the profesaion. Their office is over
Black's shoe store. Commercial avenue,
between Eitfth and Ninth streets. (Jive
tbeui a call. lw.
The sales ol tobacco at the Farmers'
warehouse yesterday comprised fifty
hogsheads. The sale was well attended,
and the bidding was prompt and spiriled.
l'he prices obtained were a little lower,
but this is only In keeping with the lall
ing oD in the tobacco mirket generally.
The S'.M wants the gentleman who
has written a number of communications
to the Bci.i.BiiN referring to the killing
Of o'd man Brown to come out and
write over bis proper name. Well, we
presume, "Cili.eu ' will uiu his own
pleasure as to whether he will write over
his owu signature. It is enough for "Citi
zen'' to know that the charges he has
made are in tliu main correct, and that
nine out of every ten cilieus ot Cairo are
with hira and the Bt i.t etin in this mat
The Htckrst F lure Ho Ever Saw.
Mr. Everett Muun who lately returned
from the Hot Springs of Arkansas, says
it Is the worst plaue he ever saw, and he
did not like It a bit. The whole popula
tion, except the young men, is sick. Its
the sickliest place he ever heard of and for
the life of him he don't know how peo
ple live there. He remained four weeks
to a day, and was entirely satisfied. Peo
ple naturally expect to Und pleasant re.
creation and enjoyment at a famous wate
lug place. That's what takes most
ot the voting men there.
But such a thing is out of the question at
the Hot Spring, and one Is entirely ruled
out of society there II lie has not a game
leg, a broken back, or an offensive sore
place to exhibit. Thus young ihcb who
go there are compelled to pick up the
rtial cup and stick, and go through a
course of treatment t s though they were
sick. It's no place to go lor pleasure.
l.uw Prleei lor AH.
io to the New York store and buy
where goods are sold the lowest. Re
member money saved in buylDg your
goods Is better than money made by
hard work. All goods sold at our house
are wurrented.the best and as represented
or the money refunded goods delivered
to all parts ol 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 coffee sugar for $1 00
4J lbs Rio coffee for 1 00
3 lbs best Rice for 2.")
3 lbs best Soda crackers 2.")
Choice cheese per lb 12J
Best pearl starch per lb ;t
Best sugar c c hams 12
31b Tomatoes per can 12
2 lb l'caches per can !2J
Be-t baking powder per lb 30
Best brown cottee per lb 30
Diamond grain powder per lb-.... 30
Country butler ier lb 20
Choice- northern butter always on
hand. Above is only a few prices ol
some leading groceries. All other things
We offer prints for Cc per yard-also
white mosquito bars for 45c.
A full line of dry goods, groceries,
boots and shoes and In fact all goods
needed fur family use.
Nkw Vokk Stoiiss, Cairo, Ills.,
TULHSDAY, 3o'CLOCK I'. M. JL LV 10, lb77.
On the premises Lots 31, 32 and 33 In
in block 31, llrst addition to city of Cairo.
Title guaranteed. Terms cash. Salo
positive and without reserve.
2t Wivran & Stkwaht,
Al she steamed out from port
yesterday morning, clean and neat a a
uew plu and with flags Hying and the
excursion party ou board, the T. F. Eck
ert looked perfectly beautifully. She Is
undoubtedly the Uncut excursion steam
:T-m1iii"in rirrii'iiir -
Tbe Eacilrl"n on h Eektrt Teat
day - A als D.y.
The Eckert cleared lor the Ohio yes
day morning with a line excursion party,
and the '-I Kigali picnic" may be put
dtiwii as it sticce.-s. The company ar
rived eaily mid ' aplain nuyun was an ,
well plci-ed iMtll the prospects that III- j
I ice inilit ! willed a "Jioipictol siniiea,"
and looked I kn llie pictinn ol ihc ln.t
ni'Miii in .! iniiiic aim, iliac, l ie local ol
this pnpi r went along and expecis to
cltctiily tin company In tin: d.miv with
a new step he learned lately. Hu apciit
the whobi morning practicing it behind
a coin pile en the loi'ward end nl the big
Hbaifboal, und says it is too
w-it." Itoetors Cher. W.
Bradley and C W. Dunning
were al ing, t No. Bradley's pra' tlcn re
lates principally to fish bones. Majur
Ed. llalliday reluctantly consented to gi,
as lie hasn't much laith In picnics, but
his presence was valuable to the
to:np:iliy as it hid Vt: eileet to
keep Cti iri'e! Hen lers m stia'gh', and
b'.'.-iiles Hie uiiijor .has a large sM k of
lunny stories on hand, should the inter
est lu other nutters lig. The lowir
bunk, Including the stairs, und the lit
tle room aft arc in charge of Captain Ike
Wulder whose face opened our like a
roe when a paid ticket was presented
and "uliut up like a jack knife at the
"dcud head." The rest ot the party so
lur as the writer knows went for their
own amusement uud deserve no special
EuBolutlona of Esapeot to the Memory
of th Lite M. J. Oaulry.
At a regular meeting ol the Delta City
tire company In Id in their engine house
on Weilne-iUy evening, the 18, h Inst.,
Uaac Osl rainier, on behalf of the Execu
tive comm. ttce and the members ot the
company, presented the following
preamble und resolutions, which were
adopted iinatiimoit-ly, and ordered spread
upon the records of the company.
RfuheJ, That in the dispensation of
providence which has removed from our
miilst our associui'j aim menu, m. u.
McGaulev, w have sustained no com
mon loss", and It Ims lelt a void winch
cannot be tilled. Being with us since the
iiieeiitloh ot the company he has always
labored both as an active and executive
uwiiiher. and we shall miss his voice am!
action it; the deliberations of the coin-
nanv. and bis presence at all times. A
warm lriend and zealous associate, his
place cannot be tilled, and we extend
to the beteaved family our sincere sympa
thies. Hf.solvet. That in testimony of the
resrject and love we bear the deceased,
the eiiL'in house and presidents chair
be draped in mourning tor the space cf
Itrauletd, That these proceedings to be
published; In the Caiko Bili.ktin and
FondJDu Lac papers, and a copy furnish
edthe 'family of deceased.
J.no. 1. Ti'kner, I'rest.
S. J . Hi'MM, Secy,
Cairo, July loth, 1377.
Krinlionablp ol Bralu and Momneh
Is close, indeed. They are connected
by that wondrous elastic link, the sym
pathetic nerve, which communicates the
abnormal sensations of the organ of di
gestion to that of thought. Now, if
digcaiou is disordered, the brain, being
tli.! great local point ol the nervous sys
tem, nil the nerves are in some degree
affected. The main cause ol nervous
troublu is Impaired digestion, and that is
usually produced by weakness of the
stomach. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
rectifies this, and overcomes nervous de
bility by infusing Increased energy Into
the operation ot the organs of nutrition.
Through the agency ot this beneficent
tonic, not only arc the nerves vitalized,
but the entire organism acquires vigor
Will take place July 20, 1877, up Ten
nessee river to Law ton's Bluff, steamer
Eeekert leaving wliarlboat precisely at
8 o'clock a. tu., at which time everybody
must be on board.
At Richmond House. 1'aducah at 7
o'oclock p. in., precisely.
Will leave 1'aducah preciaely at 8 o'clock
p. in., lor Sinlihland and Cumberland
fare for Kofsn rmr.
From Cairo. Gents 7oc Ladies SOc
" Mound City, " 7o " 50
" Caledonia, " 75 " 50
" Grand Chain, " 50 " R0
' Metropolis. " 00 " 50
" Puducah. " 00 " 00
Children, half price.
John Antrim, George Yocuni, .
Paul O. S:huh, C. O Puttier.
J. (J. Huruiiin, Jacob Burger.
Phillip Howard, B. F. Parker,
dipt. Win. M. Williams.
John Holmes, Win. If, Hawkins,
Louis Herbert. Phil. Suup,
I luude Inter.
X. B. Everybody must be aboard by
8 a. in. No Improper characters al lowed
on board. Best of order and decorum
will be preserved. For lull particulars
see small bills. Respectfully,
tioimrro and rirni.
Merchants. grocers, and saloon-keepers
shsiild not forget that Messrs. Corlls it
Rankin, proprietors ol the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, hate
opened an estanlisiuneiit at the corner
of Slxt i street and Ohio levee In this
eity where they wil. do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
line. They have on hand (lie largest
and most complote stock ot
obaccoTtnd cigars ever opened
In Cairo, and sre prenared to
supply the wants of the . trade at the
lowest living prlws. Dealers .are In
vited to call and examine their ockj,
nmr - i il tf wi mfm- ttrnumnmS
I will pMseuil!! any person whrj toay
give ni'Acll It'll Lee intoxicating liquors.
;it Dn. W, Wo ii.
Buy your tin fruit cans at the New
York stoic and save money. jl-l.'Mit.
Mr. Ch;irley I'ink who was injured by
the accident on the narrow gauge some
days ago is, we arc gl'ud to Ii'.ini, recov
A I Home.
Cadet l.aiinW C. Barclay, is at home
oh it vi-it until September. He tins
lately passed thrcugh a seige ot chills
and fever, but is lo Aing very well not
withstanding. In Ike city.
Captain Jno. M. Booth ot the Jno. W.
Garrett and barges was In the city day
before esterday. His bbit and barges
are being ri p tired at Mound city and
will bu ready for work ugaiu in about
ON 'I'll K 1'ltKMl.SKS Al' TllllK.K 0'( LOCK P,
M., 8AII ItOAV, Jl I V 21st, 177.
Lot 4 in block -IS, first addition to city
of C.tiro, with Improvements thereon,
v . : Cottage of four rooms, kitchen and
outhouses, . situate on Poplar street near
Twentieth. The priperty of Mrs.
Michael Coyne and now occupied by her.
Building in llrst class repair, rooms hav
ing just been reimiuted ami papered. Lo
cation desirable, and property can be
reudily rented at from $12 to $15 per
month. Title guaranteed. Terms
cash '. A rare chance lor speculation !
Pri inises ubect to Inspection at any
time lo and on day of sale.
Wintkh & Stewart,
Mr. Louis Herbert, Ohio levre, is the
agent lor Mocrlein's celebrated Cincin
nati beer An extra line Hrticle. S-2w
Caiho. Illinois, TirrnsOAT Krasino,
.Inly IR, 1X77.
The marke'. Is quiet, and transactions
in all leading articles are light. The
weather has been more pleasant, and
several tine rains have visited this local
ity since our last Pitirit Ci'iiiikkt. It is
very cool and pleasant to-day.
The weekly sales of tobacco at the
Farmers' warehouse took place to-day.
The attendance of buyers was good arid
the bidding prompt and spirited. The
number ol h 'gslieads offered was nny.
and the prices show it slight decline in
keeping with ull other markets
eat ami wesr, an me ucciiiie
general all over the coun
try. A comparison of prices outaini a
here and elsewhere, show that this mar
ket is lully up with all competitors aud
ahead of the most of them.
Receipts ot flour within ihe last few-
days have ken more liberal and stocks aie
now lielter than for months previous.
We note a decline of 25c since our last
report, and during the last week of 00c.
The market is week at the decline, and a
further reduction is anticipated. Ihe
demand Is fair for choice grades, though
not active. Low grade flour Is in good
supply ami dull There is no change
worthy of note in the tone
ol the market for corn. '1 here is a good
demand lor while for milling purposes,
but beyond this the market is quiet. The
shipping demand Is light. Prices are
steady ut quotations below There
is no demand lor oats. Holders are otter
ing good northern In sacks at 3Se, with
no takers. The supply on the market is
fair There is very little life in the
market lor hay, and transactions are
llvbt. The sunnlv on the market Is
- p- - - - -
lair, and prions are lower. Choice timothy
may be quoted at $11 0012, and choice
mixed at $1111 50. The demand is
confined entirely to the local trade, and
Is exclusively lor the better grades. Low
grade hay is plenty and dull There
Is an active demand for meal, and prices
are steady and lirm at $2 !l.y.-)3. The
supply on the market Is about equal to
the demand. Country meal is in fair le
maud at $2 802 65. The supply is
limited Bran is in fulr supply ami
light demand, and prices are lower and
unsteady at $14(a,13 1 here Is
a fairly active demand tor potatoes
at $1 502 per bbl. The supply
is Jiulr Strictly choice butter
Is scarce and in demand at lOfjijlSe. Re
ceipts are very light. Common and low
grade Is plenty and dull, and merchants
dispose of it at nny price In order to get
It off their hands Poultry is m lair
supolv, with a gwd demand for good
large young chickens. Small and
poor chickens are hard t- de
pose of, There is lair demand lor old
liens al $2 2:.2 5i Strictly fresh
eggs in small boxes sell readily at 8ii. In
large boxes and bad condition they are
biHciilt to dlsuose of. Th' re is a fair
supply ou the market.
Rates by river to New Orleans are
$2 SO per dry bbl, and 12 per cwt.
jtsrTOur friend should bear In tuliiil
that the prices here given are only for
sales from llrst hands In round lots. In
Idling orders ai d lor broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an auvauca vyur
tlicse figures. -WI
Receipts during thn last few days have
lu.e ii muni liberal, and there Is now a
tolerably good supply on the market.
Prices are 25o lower than at the
,i,iu nfnur luat Issue, and are weak at
the decline. The demuud is fair though
not active. We note sales a follows
100 bbl. Family, $7 257 40; W bbls.
Choice Family, fi 60 bbls. XXX, 7;
100 bbls. Choice Family, $7 75; 400 bbls.
Choice Family, 7 60; W bbls. clioleo old
flour sold at $0; 300 bbls. various grades,
There Is uo change In Ihe coudltlon ot
the market lor corn. There Is a good
" . mo-i Tftmrina
dgjJatiJ tot hUefor Killing F-irrottl.
though otherwise the market is quiet
Receipts arc light and the supply is
small. Prices are tiriu at quotations. We
note sales of I car white, in sacks, (ilc .
600 sacks whi'e, (Sue; 1 e.ir while in
bulk, 62c ; 2 cars do., 52(5Jc ; 1 ear mix
ed in sacks, 5V.
There Is a fair supply of oats on the
market, with uobuyers. 1 hero is no
demand and holders are offering good
northern in sucks at 3Sc, with no i-.kcrs.
Sales noted were 1 car northern, in acks,
38 ; 1 car northern In bulk, 33c.
The in irket for luy is very q il t, and
transaction are limited. There Is no du
m nd except from the local trade Re
Oipts are liberal and the supply on the
market is talr. Prices urn a shade weak
er, and we now quote choice; Timothy at
$11 50')12; and choice mixed at tlUo;-
11 50. Low grade hay D In laige supply
an I dull sale.
There is an active demand for meal,
and prices are stea ly at $2 951 The
supply on the market Is about equal to
the demind. We note sales ot 200 bbls.
city $3 ; 350 bbls. city $2 056x3; 25 bbls.
country $2 itx&m.
Sales at the Farmers' warehouse to-day
comprised 50 hogsheads leaf aud lugs as
follows : 7 f0, 7 30, 7 05, 0 60, 0 00, 7 ao
0 00, G 50, 0 00, 6 00, 5 10, 5 15, 5 30, 7 00,
4 70, 0 30, 5 20. a 00, 5 40, 6 15, 5 00, 4 75,
6 10, 5 25, 5 20. 4 Oil, 7 00, 4 00. 4 (It), 5 10,
4 80, 4 30. 4 10. 4 40. 4, 30, 2 95. 3 00. 3 00,
2 05. 3 00, 3 00, 2 80. 2 00, 3 40, 2 50, 3 60,
210,3 45,315. 3 00.
Pttt itiV's are in fair supply and f Irly
active di'iimnd. Pri. es are 50frtjC0c. per
bu-hf, and $1 50fij per bb . Hic rtlmg
to quality. Several small lu-'s c' o ' e
sol I at $2
There Is only a liglli ileui.rid for bran,
and prices are lower ami unsteady ut
$M(a,t5. There is a I it ir supply on the
market. Sales noted were 50 sacks, $14;
li)J sacks; 14 50; 2 STks, $15.
PUL L I KY.
Poultry is in better supply, with a
good demand for good large young
chickens. Small aud poor chickmis are
hard to dispose of. A lew coons of old
chickens would sell readily at $225260.
Sales noied were 2 coops young $2 ; 12
dozen young chickens, $1 252.
11 U ITER.
There is a good demand for choice
butter for table use. There is very
little on the market. Prices are steady
at 10(5;lSc. Common and inler.or is
plenty and not wanted. Sales reported
wen : 2 packages medium, 14c, 20 J lbs.
Southern Illinois, 13c; 130 lbs. choice
Strictly fresh eggs in small packages
are in deinund and sell readily at 8c.
Eggs in large boxes, and in bad con
dition Hre hard to dispose of. The sup
ply on the market is about equal, to th c
demand. Sal -s were 200 do.-n, 8c; 50
Peaches are coming in freely, aud find
ready sale. Prices raii-e irom 45c. to
eOc. per box, according t j qu l.iy. Pears
are in luir supply, with a liberal demand,
und are worth oOOrJOOc.
IL. Y. Knnkrl'a llllli-r Wluei of Iron
baa never been known to fail in the cure ol
weaknesa, attended wllh symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, loss ol memory, diffi
culty ol breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful borrurof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal latitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dysptplio sys
tem, hot hands. Hushing of the holy, dry
ness of the akin, pallid counteuabce and
eruptions on tbe face, purifying the blood,
Duin In the back, heaviness ot the evelids.
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
witn temporary aunusion ana lossoisigm,
waul ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. K. Kunkei's Bitter Wine of
Irnu. It never falls. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used It. Oet
the genu ne. Hold only in 1 bottles. Take
ouly K. F. Kunkel'a.
A-k tor Kunkei's Hitter Wine of Iron.
Ibis truly valuable tonic, has bocn so thor
oughly tested by all classes ot the commu
nity ti'St it is niw. detuned indispensable
aa a tonic medicine. It coala but little,
purines the blood and gives tone to the
stomach, renovates Ihu syvem and pro
I only ask a trial "I llr.e vaiuinie tonic
Price f 1 per bnltle. K. F. Kunkol, sole
proprietor, o. iw aortu xintii street, ue
low Vine, Philadelphia. Pa. Ask lor Kun
kel'a Bitter Wine of Iron, aud take no
other. A photoi;rib of thn proprietor ou
each wrapper; all others are counterfeit.
Beware of counter eits. Donotlrt your
dniga-tit sell you any bin Kunkei's, which
is put up omy as above represents!. You
c -n getiix botllvslor Ave dollars. All I
ak is one simple trial.
TAPE WORM EEMOVED ALIVE.
Head and all complete in two tiouia. .No
fee till b a passes. Scat, Pin and stomach
orni re mil ed by Or. Kunksl. 'JAB Jsorth
Niritli street. Advice iree. Noes until
besil nd al passes in one, and alive. Dr.
Ku kel Is the ouly successful physician In
lul count y lor the icuiovul d woiui , and
his Worm Syrup Is plia-aut aud aale lor
child, en or grown pel son. Kami lor clr
cnUr, or aak lor a bolt e of Kunkei's
Worm syrup. Price one dollar per bottle,
(iet il 01 your Jrueglsl It n 'Ver tails
, i ,l. . a au.!j i ia
The Elegant Steamer
HEN JlOWAItD. .... (apiain'
JOHN.NAUKE, - - k
Will leave Cairo at 4 o'clock p. m., Saturday,
July il, Im. 'or an excursion
TO PADUCAH AND RETURN.
Fart for the round trip, lacluSlug reireah
meuis,. $1 W. Supper, !si eenla extra.
Ii,." will have' from loot of
Sl.ihatrurtatlo'cloo' P-;. returning will
errivaatla. m. Ueod inuaio, daaciog, etc
ASK YOUR TINNER
Or sardware dealei tot ikt
Kif Siulul Eaistltl harii Mi
Maila only by the Standard Manritaotailna'
Co. Flttabursr Fa. ET "ftle sukU ut
at Iron, watraatad sad iriaiautead not la aoa
tata any lead ur araamic e say other poawno
rional Hafflt. at Calm, IS ton tr of llli
non, at the f in- nf h-i-.lnssa, Jun ss, isn
tiHiia ami iliirchnfs t-l.r, Ml
I s. Iloieli to iMnrt (Irciilation.... tn,i i
I '. M. HiiiiiU on hand as.uAii u
Other atiM'ka, bomls ami morlKaget... SJ,U M
uiie irom aimvii re
serve agents 114, 4li SA
Una from oilier National
Hunks 4, ISO il
Hue H orn Stale hanks anil
aJunikcn! i:,J.-7 7.1 leO.IMS,
Iteal estate, nirnllurv ami flxturra....
iirrrnl expcni's ami lanea naiit
Unr.k-i ami oilier t-.h
Items S :l,W1 l
Hill- of olber hunks.. 7,'Tion
fractional eurrrnry, in-
liiiiliuK nickel S,3W l."
"peel (luulmbn-; gold
trwiaury ecrtillcatea) 13,.M9 57
l.enl-lender nutul 3s, MSI OU
Itriliiiiption fund, -villi U. 8. treasu
rer r cent, of circiilallon)
t 'II from V a. trm-urer, oilier than
j percent, redemption Itinil
Capltul atiick paid in ; .... l(Si,lfl 00
ui plus liinil .. . r,ii 'i
t'mliviileil profit. Nl.UIH 47
Nalinnal bunk notes otittiinthi- 45,ijo eo
Individual ileioail anli-
lift to rheiL f.ll.Ml ,i
litip lo other .Natinnal
bunks .. e.H.'2 50
line In Stale banks and
bunker MO.lli 90-348. ZT7 4
Total SM4.3-3 l
State ol' Illinois, County of Alexander
I. A. H. Hatr.ird. Cashlrr of the al)0a
naninl bank, do solemnly swear that the above
lateiiient U true to Ihe ht-al of my knowletlge
audlielief. A. 11. S.VFKOKi), laulnrr.
iSuhseriuHl and aworn to liefore me this inn
day of July. l77. II II. CAMiKK.
M I.. IIW.I.IIIAY. )
K. Jl. I'L'NMNIill AM, .Directors.
U. I). Wli.UA.USON S
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings. .
'.'!'i- -teaaril niile-itlei.i 'Lir-
Af alter 11. PssiNiiTOB..... Majter
JiiAHLia I'aKNixirroM Clerk
t WU1 leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at
o'clock p. m.
The fleet aieamef
11 an Howard ..Master
Kd. TuoHAa Clark
Leaves Cairo ever; SATL'hTDAY.
l.acb boat makes close conaecllona at Cairo
ith flrsl-claaa steumcre for Ht. Louis, Mem
phis aad New Orleans, and at Evanaville with
the K. A C. It. K. for all points N unkind East,
andwiththe Ixiuisville Mail Steamera foa,all
poiule on Uie Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on Avigbls and passengers to all points
lor urtker information apply to
.I.VttKS Hliiti.S, Passenger Agent.
J. M. l'HLLUl'8, ju
Or to U J .GRAMMKR,
duperintrmlent anil General Freight Agent,
l.s-a-Ai-lv Evanavilla InSlana.
WE0LX8ALX AUD BJtTAIL.
IN TKE CITY.
Oooda Bold Very Clot.
Cornar 19th St. aad ComaaerelaJ At;
C. 0. PATIEB. & CO.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer la
Ha. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
PKC.ALattaatiti lvm tm,M him sal
STRATT0N & T.IBD,
AOENT6 AJ1BBI0AN OWDH J
147 Ohio Ijav.
Coniumpflon, thalsmurg or humanity, Is
the great ilmd ol Uie buaiaa lamlly, In all dvll
I feci eonSdenl (hat I am In noaseaalaa of Ike
onlyaara, Infallilile reiimly now knewa to
ne proitsaioa lor in aiieeiiy poaiuve cure oi
hat dread dixaaa. and Ita unwelroma eoncoai-
itaata. tin Catarrh, Aatbma, Uroaehitla, Ner-
MH 111., Ill Bl.t I .. MH. I" " I
V .'.will.. , . b . . ' . . au. w, -
hava la maillftlna. Twautv-fiant vaara asu-
riavae. aa a ousy proii!iiinr in uie ijw vvu
aamplloa hoapltala In the old and acw world,
uaa buui m ,u tiw ui p,w,, v. . - -
botk local and eonalilullotial In Uweup-ef this
SMlMies, inai uy a-iurraa aj nim aiTioa -j--i
, b, i... ,. h ,. in iiuaaeaNiiin iwini
- hit.. avliluHil ,Wn. aawl aaall aava I
swoaaasfally tnatsi rull jrtl-.ajara, diraa
ava. in viw.,iwv , - - -
iaatruetioat for au.ceaalul tieatmeul al yes
aaelL Ota al aaarga. auanraaiag
mmu,wmn "-pj0fJX ut'sVIETT,
Wilt f 167 JtfiVraoa alrtet Uauivlll
Vtf National Dank