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Buy your tin fruit tun? uUha Nov
York htorc rikI uve money. ' jl-IWil.
I lrt f th iM-nami.
Spraot, ul way h ulieiul, lias on li.uul u
I'rlor gsuWIe ron!; oyster in Wok. 1'hII
i- oon 118 Hit! niiplj' 1.4
Nolle H HlilpM-rN.
Tho Cuiro 1111J Vliicimiics railroml has
ri'fumi'il P'wiviiiK freight lor all point.
Hour. CjimI'I.k, Ajfiu.
t ut Kenl.
A cittuite on Ninth ttrcct, in ku
r .air. Apply to I'. Ijkonu,
: 1 J - r r City National Hank
lor p-prmi'iitsllvts .Mr. :u't, will Im
in 1 'airo with a lull line of sample In
our lliii', all wMiliiir a I"" nit, or ovi-r-mat,
sliouM liivi' liim a trial in li'' i" !'
t'.iiniiii'il to l.i'1'p down inonoplirK.
Mi icliiiiit. Tailor, l-ivun-villi'.
I-lilurr it ml III Hilii I
t. (.'. Funl has luiuovi-tl lii-s Variety
Btakel store to Washington avi niio
near Ti.'iith street. Ho I.hh ol:in'il a
larjfe iitoiik ol lirai kw. nliclv-, limm-",
i liroiuoH, pii turo cor'l uml tassels, rur
tain tasM-I tuiir.-y ntuK liat r:n-k, el'1,
rioturw iraiuiiiK iiiu'l" a nieiitility
Ctiroinu luouiitinl in t'l'- elie.ipe-t uml
U-l ttjli. lui
To nil who ar otleriii;' from I lie
uroi? uml Imli'ii tions of yootii. iu-r-vtiu
wi'akue.-S rurly ili-fay, lot- ol 1111111
liooif, Hi:., I will semi a recipe that will
oik; joii, tree of i liaiife. This pent
t iiiedy wa tlUi:overi:il by a miiolinry
111 .South Aim-rtcu. Si-li'l a m-lf n.-dri-f.si'il
fiivclope to the Kcv. Jo-cph I .
inmari. Station 1. Ulhlt-. llou-v, New
I oik tity.-l-HO-tim
I or Knit.
Ibi: bar, ami bar llxton-n ol the
ii- iUihris' nli'l lirovi-rn' Lxdiiin;"- 011
Llght'i street, between Waliiiij.'tni aii'l
rotninerelal uvi-nui-.-. Al-o the tear
part ol the builillnjf, f ultable lor a h-m-ileiice.
The w hole will be let eheap to a
rfixi'l tenani. Apply to
I.oris liin i an.
On tin: rremi-e-
Ivl. Uraxton has returned to lii old
'land in the Hehr building', when; lio ii
loiter prepared than ever to aceomtiio
Iate bin patron" and the public who
iftay favor him w ith a call. He ha. roin:
to eomiderable expeus" iri littinif up a
couple of ulwly furnished roou, which
he has provided with all the late-t im
oveuieiiti an I couvcntciK'es. lb; 1 111-
plnyn oiny lirst-class woi kuian and tho-: j
who patruiil.e nun win nave ineir wants
attended to in tyle and will p-ei iye
ourV'Oiis treat tneiit. tl
ICE! 1CK! !
HniC, l.ooinis A. o., dealer1 in tiorth '
em lake ice, havi; removed their ollh e j
from the wrier of Ki'hth Mrctt and
Ohio levee to the ice houses one door be-
low the St. thai Its hotel, and arc now 1
delivering ice in all part" ol the city
1 none dchirinj: the eold turl will leave
their orders at the new olllee, win-re Mn y
will reeelva prompt attention.
.liVKJ KavaNU'oii. Mafi.'igr.
''iho, Ii i.s., May 17. 177.- 6 17-1 m
lolmeeo ami lifn
1 rchalits.i ix crs, and talooii-keepi r
should not turret that Mesr-. Corli- A.
Kankln, proprietors ol the Prairie -late
iobaeco Factory at Metropolis, ba
owned an r?t IDlijhiueiil ut the cornel
of biitn street and Ohio levee in this 1
oty where they wd do a v. h.iie--,ile nud
re business in ih! tobacco and 1 iffur
liue. 'Uey have on hand the laret
and u.o't eoniplete "oik 01
obaeiu and ciar ever opened
in Jairo, anil bre pn naiej to
tuply the want of the trade at the
lowis' livinr prices, ftealers arc in
Titol h oj!I and examine their stock.
.'otice s hereby given to our trieml.?
uin patroiS,atid to tin public in ?i tu r;il.
thre the Inn ot K. W Under, i.-' this
iv dissolved by mutual roiHent. Kd
W id A, Under will continue the hii-iue s
utthe aid etand, conn r o Washington
u"iiiv atid Kighlh ptn-et, in his own
IlIU', he having assumed all the liabiii
itiiinl belilff em it led alone to collect
a.1 ciLstuniliiiwri() the old tinn. Hnpiny
t kathe name liberal patronage extended
to he jewelry e-'tablishmeiit may be
( oiiiui il in the luture.
r.nwAtti) A. I it 1 k 1 : .
Wii.i.um lit to 1:.
Aino. Ills., July Iflst, ls77. 7-:il2w
li ad alllietinn to sutler froin. J t at lacks
a Nations and comlltiun s of life. There
li eoiHtant dread ol impending dangers,
namocipsswoni or imaginary evil is
impended over, a morbid sensitiveness
,1 tilt: thouxhu and actions of otlicrc.
ete. This disease generally arises from
an aflee.lloti of fie liver, stomach, urinary
oiyans.ete., and can bo successfully coin,
halted by the aid ol rest and light, diet,
and the. use of a remedy which w ill re-
:tore new force, promote secretions and
exert tions, and give tone to tho whole
eyi'tem. Such a health restoring remedy
has been found in the Home Siomaeh
Have you f'liH
With its attendant troubles, contipa
lion, liendachn, loss of appetite, srlnoml
ne8, water brash, dUtnws alter eat
ing, lite If so take lJaOoHta's radical
enroandlm well. It result Is astonish,
ing, and Hiiro relief is guaranteed in every
ease, where It is used ns directed. It
assists digestion, tones up the. stomach,
strengthens the debilitated, restores a
natural appetite ami ns a liver regulator
has no etmal. A clergyman of Philadel
phia says: Ids the very Inundation ol
health. To all who aro sullering from a
disordered stomach or liver, or who need
a gentle spring or ptimmer tonic, we say
try It, and you will thank us for tho ad
yice. Trial size 25 cents. Sold by Bar
1 lay brothers
Also agents lor Parker's pleasant
worm syrup, which la sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take, and requires
nophyBlo. Prloo 25 wnts.. Try It,
K. M, K. 1..
Tbr kiiiKhh ol Hit (liotr ni'lir mi-el
I llieir hall I lie Hi'wl iiikI I lord Mundiiy
11 11 iiiiinni. i.iuuiuerciai svenui', Allium
tiiiilli ol Mh Kireet, ul H p.m.
I'iiiw It. ) i. u . , (i. i,. SI
.V'CALON LOfXiK, MO. 51.
Knipht. ol 1'yihlei, Hunt every Frl-
nii.'iii nt lutu-piuii wren, in uua-
IruMiwillnr l.omiiiaivli r.
AI.KXANHKK LOIluK, NO .!.
Iiidrpindriit OnleT of Odd-Kel-lows,
uiirh every Thursday night
it liuir nasi f wen. in llieir hall on
Joimwruiul hvi'iiui', iM-iwfii himli mni Hcventb
:mu W'll.L K. IIaki.n, N. ti.
' 1AIUO KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. .. iiiiU
liiM-lrlluwii' Hall on the Unit aJid tlnnj
; iu!a) in uvrry MiouUi, It lialf-paat wviin
T- lluM n irun
3T Home. Hull,
' xmnl Kihlli
CAIK0I.ODUK, S().'n,A.r. 4 A. M.
iruiitr iiiiMiunM4ilion n m-
isomer Ooiiiiiieruuil nvenii
liili utreet, on tUe nucou't Mid
i.urth MiimlttV ol i-a.:U month.
UATKH P AIHKBIISI.NU.
I JAI1 liilli fur nUverlniing, w "lueaml y
uule IN IDVANl'l
TruUbieUt IkiveitioiuK will UiliUertiil at tllK
rule ul II " rr aUiue lut tli Uml ibacrtlun
mid ti" cruU (or ruch ubauciil one A liUrul
dlKOIint Will llia.lf Ob UU'tlliK Hl'MlrJ.I
torinaertuiK Fuiitral uilic tl N'otiei-ol
mcctliiK of nocietira or mi n l ordim Mi c:tul lor
I'tiurrb, Society, Kenllrnl iel Hiiir Duller
will only l liiatrrlel n a-lvertiannenla
K i(lvrliiiiuMit will I rwivnl nt lit llinn
60 ctiita, mul no nuvertiaemtiit will f innerlej
l.ir lr than I line ilolturii lr iiiiimh
I.OCAI. Wl Sl.f Ih SIIIKKH
(t one inpiare (h lines pace) or more, in
serted in the m u.KiiN m lollowii: (l.ei-8
than one mpiare counted an "ijuare.)
(Jne int-ertloii jitriiijimre U
Two insertion per qiiare 1'
'J hi ie Insertion!) per njuare 1
Six Insertions .er aquare I "
Two week er "(juare -
One rnonth tier suuare Jl ."'J
hpecial rates timdu on lurjre adverlipe
nietits or lor loriyr time,
LOWER THAN LVER!
trtini; lo the present hsnl linn s nd
n:ari:ity ol uionry, I will, alter thi- date,
Nell Hrenit Hi :tOr. irr 1I01.11, or 'i
.iMite for .1 Ciil.
AIo Cukes. I'ien, tic, at iircpoitionapfTy
'rlieie uor.cla are of the very bet in Hie
fit j , aid wiil rucoiuiiiend tininsihes as
I ? 'Order Iroin tbroad wid receive
I loiiil-t a(l.ii!i"ii.
I I! ANK KRATKY.
I'rop'r Lnion llkry,
..rniiM-r. ial Ae.. lift. 4th ami Otli Ms.
1 aii'i, Aunt ,;. I"" '
J l 1UAY, Auau-t 7, 1 iT7.
.Mr. I.miis Herbert on hio levee in the
iiLO-iit at Cairo for the cebehrated Moer-
,.u ( im in;ia
the 111:11 kit.
bt er, the lie-1 beer Ot)
j 1.1111'rnl llelil-
I 'I he ety cnum.'il will meet in regular
j te- -1 j I j ti-lillit.
I Hon. M..I. In-' on.-, ol I 1,011 eouiily,
j iii the i lly yeslei.lny.
Mr. I.oilltf ll-! hi It, Ohio I. V-e, li the
agent inr M'x-t Iciu's celebrated inciii
iii'ihciT. All extra line aiticle. s-i.v
-l.o-f, ayobl earring red ciral Set
lepresciing the headol a wnmall. The
thiiler will be liberally rewardi d by leav
ing the auie at thit- ollb e, lit
- Lost, a poeketbook containing valu
able notes and paper-'. The tinder will
b" liberally rewarded ' y leaving the
'anient the Hi. i.l.l.i in Ollic -. It.
--Kd. Under, successor to L. A. VV.
Hinkr, bif a full and elegant stock ol the
tin 'sit jewelry of every description,
which he ii wiling at the lowest figures.
1 . ive him a cill. l',v.
-1 he clei tioli yes.tcid.iy w us one of
the (piietc r. ever In Id in this city, and
the Vote polled the lighted We ever
knew of. our ridens a a rule seemed
to have forgotten all about the election.
- Wanted, a white woman to cook and
do general hou-e work iii a small family.
I.clcrenees required. Apply to Dr.
Mateuu, resilience coi ner of Fourteenth
street ami t asliingtou avenue. 3-lw
There will be a meeting ol the Tem
perance I nion at lliu re-iuenee of S, l).
Ayers, on Walnut near Ninth street, this
evening nt s o'clock. Tne triends o
teniii rance are earnestly requested to
K. M. Ward has gone into the lee
business, and is now delivering pure lake
Ice in all parts of Hip city. Orders left
with him will receive prompt attention,
and tin: purity ol the ice delivered guar
antced. J 2-Jiu
Mr. .I, Hurger the popular dry goods
dealer took his departure lor New York
on Sunday alternoon, where he goes to
purchase ins fall stock of dry goods and
notions. I.nok out for a big stock ot
goods ami great bargains, oir- hi return.
Frank Krutky, proprietor of the
I'nioti Ilakery, Commercial avenue near
Sixth street, presents his card in this
issue ot the Hli.i.hii.n. .Mr. Kratky has
acquired a reputation among our citizens
tor the excellence of his bicad, and his
fiiirjdcalings with his patrons. Head
Ids card and then give him a call,
Mr. II. .McNill, an old and experi
enced barber has taken charge of the
shop on Kighth street, formerly occupied
by .Mr. I.ampei t. Mr. McXilT is a white
man and an excellent barber, and will
endeavor to give his customers as good
work as can be had at any other shop in
( 'airo. He solicits a share of the patron
age ol our citizen. 3-3-2w
The race of the two sailing yachts,
Hornet and Alto, which come off last
Saturday morning, resulted lu a draw,
tho two crafts finishing so closely to
gether that it was impossible to decide
In favor of either. Another race has
theiefore been lixed up to come off on
Thursday afternoon at three o'clock.
l.letn Young was bfloie his honor
Judge. Hi id ycttvrday for a'if-aulting
ami Milking a colored woman named
Hrewcr. He was lined live dollars and
the iiMi.il co-fs,
The Temperance I nion oft 'aim wll
bold a meeting at the residence of Mr.
S. H. Ayers, this evening, lor the pur
pose ol hearing the report ol the commit
teo on constitution and bydaws. The
friends of temperance are earnestly urged
Mrs. Holyokc, corresponding secre
tary ol the Woman' Temperance Union
ol Illinois, will lecture lu this city on
Thtusiiay evening on the subject ol
Temperance. This lady Is said to be an
able speaker, and an earnest worker in
the temperance cause.
Mr. O. Haythorn, of the well-known
and popular boot and ehoe and dry
goods linn of O. Haythorn A Co., left tor
the east on Sunday alternoon. I Hiring;
Ids abein e ho will visit New York and
Hoslon, where be w ill make Iih purchases
o fall goods. He will purchase an un
usually large stock this tall, as he an
ticipates an Increased trade
- Ueccipu of com by airocoinmission
il :ik r- sim e the first day of August have
been larger than for the same number of
tl ijs at any peiioil during tliu last year.
We know of one house buvlng received
over forty car, and the total number ol
cars reeeiv.-d by all our dealers will not
fall short ot two hundred. The corn has
all found ready sale nt prices full up to
the Chicago and St. Louis markets.
A shooting scrape, in which tio one
hurt, but which created considera
ble excitement, took place at the wharf
ou Sunday alternoon. 'I he cau-e of the
trouble wa, the mate ot tho -iteaiHer
City of V icksburg, when a short dis
tance above this city, ran bin boat to the
bank and put. a negro rouster who was
suspected of robbing deck passengers
ashore. The darkey footeJ It to town,
and while the Vn.-ksburg was lying ut
the wharf taking on freight, went aboard
ot her and began abusing the mate. This
aroused the blood of the latter gentle
man so ninth that he drew a rcvolrer
and bla.ed away at the negro, who took
to his heels and s(;;,pcd without injury.
--The St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern Kailroad's passenger train that
arrived in this city about three o'clock
to-day morning, when about live miles on
the other sidu of Charleston, Mo., ran
over an unknowrpwan, cutting the top
ol hi.- bead completely ofl'. There was
no papers of any kind, nor anything
found on bis person by which he could
be Idcutiiied. When the wheels of the
engine passed over biin. the top of the
unfortunate man's head, remaining in
ids hat, rolled into the middlf of the
track, while his body was thrown into
the weds. The remains were brought
to ( barlevton. where an inquest was to
be held yesterday morning. The de
ceased is supposed to have been about
lorty years old, with black hair, wbiE
kers and mustache. He wa ol medium
-The election yesterday lor judge was
the quietest ever held In Cairo, and the
vote poiled less than one third the vote ol
the city. Helow we give the vote lor
the several candidates:
Mini Cairo :
Dougherty ; G7
Noiu h cunci :
Dougherty's majority over Dud is
Mi, and over Youngblood 102.
On Sunday afternoon tast between
six and seven o'clock, locomotive num
ber 12, on the Mississippi Central rail
road, w hile in the act of coupling onto
soinf curs on the steam transler MeComb
to take them up the incline, exploded
tier boiler, ilcmnliahlng the engine and
damaging the 1 radle 011 which (he
wu standing badly. Fortu
nately the forward end of the boiler was
the one to let go, otherwise the engineer
and tln-uiaii and probably other, as
there was a number of persons close at
hand at the time of the explosion, would
have been seriously injured. As it was,
Mr. Clark, the engineer who was in the
cab, wa by the force of the explosion
thrown into the tender receiving but
slight injury. The engine is badly
wrecked and it will cost almost as much
to repair her as it would to build a new
Mr.JL.ouls Meyers, formerly one of
the editors of the Cape (iirardeau ',
was in Cairo yestenlay.
Misses Zira Austin and Mamie
Sprout, ol Columbus, Ky., are the gnosis
of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones.
Misa Lizzie Montgomery, of Villa
Ridge, who spent several days with
friends here, returned to her home on
Among the eastern bound pasen
gers who left Cairo on Sunday were
Messrs. O. Haythorn, J. Rurger, Mr.
Koscnwatcr and Harmon II. Black.
M rs. Dyas T. Parker and daughter,
Miss Ada Halliday, will leave lor l'ome
roy, Ohio, by the steamer James I). Par
ker, on her next trip up from Memphis.
They will rotuam in Ohio nhotit two
Miss Mamie Irwin, ot Webster, Mo,,
and Miss Alice Job, of Alton, III., who
lor tho past three weeks have been the
guests of Miss May Harinan, left for
their homes by the Illinois Central train
Protessor U. O. Alvord, with Ills
wife and daughters left by the Illinois
Central train yesterday afternoon. They
will be absent about six weeks, during
which time they will visit Chicago, She
boygan, Wisconsin, take a trip on the
lakes and attend the state lair to be
held at Freeport, from the Vjth to the
31 st of next month,
The Idlewild on Saturday was aground
several hours at Casey YH) and was also
businofe! so that
she did not arrlvo uutll Sunday morning.
She.brought 2,N sacks corn, i.uw u.
flour, 1U0 bundles spokes, 100 sacks bran,
and a lot of luniiture.
ti.. ..L., ...em itolln was also several
A 11a n 1 aaiiDi
hours behind time and brought 001 sacks
corn, 4!0 sacks bran and man, ju oarrcis
flour, 500 barles grltz32;caski meal and a
lot of lurnlture. These are the cest
cargoes the packets have brought out
this vear and show that the busin ss in
the lower Ohio is picking up.
A dispatch to the Missouri jirpuuiiwn
from Mexico, Missouri, states that on
Sunday morning a switch engine of the
C. and A, railroad backed over James
Ilitier, instantly killing him. 'I he dis
patch says he Is the son ot Ii, A. illner,
nilotot the steamer Atlantic, 01 the Mis
sissippi Valley Transportation Company,
and was eighteen years of ne.
The r. P. SchencK lett tier uarpe nere
and added what, she wanted tor the
The City of VicUsburg has a splendid
li lp lor" Yickaburg and way.
The Atlantic's barges Were aground
from Thursday until Sunday at Oseeolai
where the river is Ih t becoming very
Cant. Jim liees" ITattie Nowland Is a
beautiful little packet, and carries and
bandies well. She reshlpped considera
ble freight here, and has a fair trip for
the Arkansas river.
The John I.. I'.hoads had Only a mod
erate trip for I'lltsburg this time. The
kid. Hobbs has two barges Iron ore.
The Joseph 11. Uigley returned to St.
Louis with three barges of coal yester
day. Her pilots report 7J feet to St.
Louis. The channel at F.liza Tow head
is on the Missouri side, and therefore is
not cutting the bank above the city.
The K. H. Stahluian brought a fair
cargo from Nahyille yesterday morn
ing. The Greyhound, wilh empty barges.
pas.ed up the Ohio.
The Charles Morgan yesterday had a
big trip of people but scarcely any
freight tor the Ohio.
The Fik had a large cargo of tobacco
and sundries yesterday.
The James D. Baker from Memphis to
to Cincinnati, reports the channel getting
quite rough atOscHda.
The Bee arrived last evening from
St. Louis with two barges well laden and
one particularly. She will add &00 tons
here, and the II. C. i'cager following her
will get all she will want. As soon as
the Bee landed the laborers who usually
load the Valley company's barges ap
plied to Col. Kearden, the agent of the
line lor tickets, all being anxious to
work for the old price of 20 cents per
hour. When we left the levee they
were piling in the freight with a will.
A cottage with tour rooms aud kitchen,
situated on the southeast corner of Fifth
and iValnut streets. The house U in
excellent repair. Apply to
It John- McNitty.
1 1 1 fMots Centril H. R. Co
Gen'l Agent's Oitick
Cairo, Aug 4. 18
Kegular fruit train leaves Cairo every
morning icxccpt Saturday) at 9 o'clock,
Ti-'lt Gen'l Agent.
A tre lit of
I'o Ki r
It is a tact which became patent years
ago to the people of tho United States,
that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is a
medical agent of uncommon power. As
a consequence of this recognition, its
sales have Increased immensely at home
and abroad, and it has risen to a foremost
rank among the proprietary medicines
of the day. Chemical analysts, alter
submitting it to the closest scrutiny,
pronounce it absolutely, pur?, aud skiltul
and conscientious medical practitioners
recommended Its use. A wide range of
disoiders falls within tne scope ol its cur
ative operation. Among them may be
enumerated dyspepsia, llycr 'complaint,
constipation, nervous ailments, urinary,
and uterine atlections, rheumatism ami
gout. It is a supremely elllcacious tonic,
hastens convalescence, cheers the mind,
imparts appetite, nnd promotes sound
lion, A. li. lrvin Appointed Deputy U.
The attention ot the United States
Marshal for the Southern District Illinois
having been culled to the tact that a se
cret organization is said to exist in this
city, having for its object unlawlul itt
terlerence upon the part ol reckless and
evil disposed persons, with the rights and
property of railroad companies and
others in this vicinity, this is to give no
tice that the Cairo and Ylncennes railroad
Is in the hands ol a lieceivcr, under ap
pointment of the I'nited States district
court, and is theretoro under tho control
ol the authorities ot the United States.
Any intertereiice, either direct or in
direct, with the business of said road, or
with its laborers or employes, or the
property under or within lh control of
such receivers, iuM nnl he (uUrattd, and
will subject the offenders to like punish
ment as though the title to the prop
erty was in the United States,
Deputy U. S. Marshal.
Cairo, I1.1.., August 5, 1877. 3t
t , -AMD-Dealer
in Fresh Meat
trM Wuhlturtoa avad;Oomnrt
At AJo1lHb lusr'i.
CAIRO, Ii.li.soi, MiyrDAT Kvuninu, t
Augusts, l7, (
The weather continues warm, and to
day there is a fair prospect for rain,
which Is much needed.
Trade is fairly active In all leading bran
We note a falling off Id the demand for
flour. This is undoubtedly due to the
tact that prices aro declining, and pur
chasers are holding oil" with a view of
taking advantage ol the lower rates.
Prices are lully 2."i cents oil aud weak
at the decline. The markets below are
full, and the nhipping demand is very
light. It Is generally conceded that pri
ces will not go much lower that they
have almost reached their downward
limit. Iteceipts during tho last
fsw days have been liberal
and stocks are now more full There
has been a decline ot uGo in corn, aud
we now quote white in bulk at 4,l&c.
Receipt during the week just closed have
been heavier than lor the same number
of days at any other period during the
last year. The market is lull, and while
there Is a fair demand the supply is suf
tlcient to meet it. Mixed corn Is worth
4 l(avl"ic In bulk. The demaud Is limited.
There Is i$$r demand lor choice
new oats at 2W?tc In bulk. Receipts
since last report have been fair, though
the supply on the market Is small and
scarcely equal to the demand There
is no choice hay on the market. There
is a fair demand for choice new at $12.
Receipts are very light. A limited
amount of good bay would sell readily on
arrival Potatoes are in limited sup
ply, and fair demand. They are worth
from 40 to 43c per bushel, and $1 73,2
per barrel Meal is in good supply,
and limited demand. We note
a decline of IOCIjc. per bbl
since last report. City meal is now
worth $2 70(0,2 MJ, and good country
$2 50fu,2fl0 Bran is steady at $12.
The supply on the market is fair and de
mand limited Poultry is in good
supply and fair demand. Young chick
ens are worth all the way from $1 25 to
$2. according to size aud condition. Old
hens are worth $2 23)2 CO choice
butter is scarce and in demand at
lc. There is very little on the market.'
Common and low grade butter is in
good supply, and light request The
supply ot eggs is about equal to the de
mand. Good fresh eggs in small cases
are worth 8Jc old or straw stained iu
large cases aro selling at i(o,7e
Fruit of all kinds is very plenty, and
prices so irregular that it is difilcult to
fix quotations. Choice peaches sold on
the streets on Saturday and to-day at
prices ranging all the way from 20 to
40c. per third-bushel box. Common
peaches can be bail at 10 to 13c. Apples
are plenty, and sold to-day from country
wagons at 2533c. per busjjel. Peart
are becoming plenty ; choice sold to-day
at 30j33c. per box Vegetables an
abundant and cheap. Tomatoes are
plenty, and are selling from the grocen
stores at 4330c. Cabbage ii worth $4
(o 4 50 per hundred ; green corn 43c.
Kates by river to New Orleans are 23c.
per dry bbl., and 12Jc. per cwt.
fe"Oiir friends should bear lu mine'
thai the prices here given are only fin
sales from first hands In round lots. Ii
tilling orders aud tor broken lots it I
necessary to charge an advance ovei
these figures. "at
The demand Is less active and transae
tions are not so liberal. Prices are 25i
lower than ut the date ot our lust report
Receipts are liberal and stocks fair. Sahv
reported were 100 hbls. various grades
$(ii,,S Mi; 30 bbls. various grades, $ii 50$
7 ; 100 bbls. various grades, $,ri7 25 ; lfH
bbls. Choice Family, $7 00 ; 100 bbh
Good Family, $0 85 ; 50 bbls. varlom
grades, $5 60(57 50; 400 bbls. varioui
Receipts ol hay are very light, ant"
there is none on the market. There is 1
lair demand for choice new at $12. Sile.
noted were 1 car choice timothy, $12; 1
car prime timothy, $11 50; 1 car com
inon hay, f if.
Iteceipts during the l:iit three day
have been heavier tlinn at any othei
time for the last year, and as a conse
qtience the market is lull and prices 5
Oc otl. The demand is scarcely equal l
to the large stock on the market. W
note sales ol C cars white (sold on Satur
day), 50c; 18 cars white (sold n Mon
davi, 43c; 2 cars white in sacks (soli,
early), 5Si 325 sacks white, COe.
Iteceipts are lair and the deiuani'
more active. Choice new oats is in fail
request at 2027e. in bulk. The supply
on tho market is small. Sales notei
were 2 cars choice mixed in bulk 2tijc.
2 cars choice new 27c; 1 car choice new
(slightly heated), 25c; 1 car do, 2iV; 1 cai
rejected old, 21c; 1 car good new, 27c; 1
car black mixed. In bulk, 27 Jo; 2 cart
choice new in sacks, 32c.
There Is a fair demand for city meal.
The supply is equal to the demand.
Prices are lower, and we quote city a
follows : 3(10 bbls. city, $2 70fci'2 80 ; 100
bbls. country, 2 50; 100 bbls. city, $2 75
Bran Is in full supply aud moderate
(lcmvid at $12. We note sales ot 50
sack?, $12; I car, $12; 100 tacks,
Potatoes are In limited supply and fair
demand at 5055c. They aro selling
from country wagons at these prices.
Poultry Is in good supply and lair de
mand. Good young chickens are ready
sale at $1 502. Old hens are worth
$2 252 50. We note sales ot 10 coops
yonng chickens, $1 23l 00; 2 coops old
hens, $2 50; 3 coops young chickens,
largo size, $2.
There Is an solve demand lor choice
butter lor Uble purpose. There is rery
little on the market end receipts ere
light. Common Is la (sir
supply and light demand. We note sales
of 20 palls southern Illinois packed, 10(o)
14; 10 tubs northern dairy packed, lVJi)
18e; 200 lbs, choice, lt)l 7c; 150 1b?. do
The supply is about equal to the de
mand. Prices are steady at 8ft8Jo for
lresb, and 67c for old in large boxes.
Sales noted were 10 boxes, lresb, 8c ; S
boxes, straw stained, 7c.
Choice onions are worth $1 6.7o)2 per
bbl. The supply Is light and demand
Hales provisions were S bbls. sugar
cured canvassed bams at lOjc.
Receipts light and demand fair at
Fruit ol all kinds is plenty, and prices
are low and Irregular. Choice peaches
In J bushel boxes aro selling all the way
from 20 to 40c. Apples are abundant
and dull at 30Q35e. Pears are in good
supply and price range irom 30 to 40c
Sales of alt were 200 bbl.s. Ohio river,
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1889
CITT NATIONAL BANE.CAIBO
A. B 8 AFFORD, Preatitent.
8 8 TAVLOK, Vine fnwlilent.
W. UY'Sl.yP, Sec'TantlTrvAanrtr.
P.W. BakCLAT, CUAS. GiLIUHIB,
I". M. SlOCKTLITB, ' PAULU SCHL'U,
a. II. Cluonudim. fl L Hallway,
J. M KHJLLII-a.
IKTF.RKST .alii on ilepoalta at the me ot lis
percent per annum, March lit and StipU-ni-mt
Ut. Inturvat not withdrawn is tddul inune
(lately to the principal of the depoaitt, tln-rutj
(iviiix theui coouiound Uttvreat
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Optn every butinmid; rroniHn ni. to S p.m
a (Saturday evanmiii fur saving a depoalta only
torn B to s o'cluck.
W. HY8X0P. Treasurer.
City National Bank
W. P, HALLIDAY, President.
UANUV L. HALLIDAY, Vice Prest.
Ann FFOHU. Cashit.
WAt TH U HYHLOP. A.s'1 Cashier.
I. 8TAAT9 TlTLOB, ft. It. COirMlfaBAM,
I I.. JULUDiT, W. P. Hallway
1. D. WlLLlAHHOH, BTgPlIKH IlIHD,
A. 6. Safkuiiu,
exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Bold.
DEPOSITS received and a fenersl banklna
Hrosa, President. H. Wells, Cashier.
'. Neil. Vice i'rua't. T. J. Kerln. Aeat. ask'r
lorur OommerclaU Ave. and Bt Street
f. Brwe, Cairo. Wm, Kluxe, (airo.
P. Nnfl, Cairo. Win. Wolfe, Cairo.
1. Sutttnka, Cairn. K. I.. Btlllngsley, Si l Louis,
t. Bulr, Cairo H. Wells, Cairo.
P. H. Hrtiikman, St. Louis,
J. t Clenisua, Caledonia
I (teacrfcl Uaoklut Business llwae.
tExchant? sold and bought. Interest paid
1 the Havings Department. Collections made,
id all basin est uroinutlr attended to.
PAINT AKD OILS.
B. F. Blake
taints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, too,
alwaye o band, the celebrated tUnrulnallo
Oornt Wavrnth Itraeit ua Washlnc
ton At mm
Jf wUti HlliuiMiiaia m-iM-tved.i'i-ruis llljitral.l'ar
10 J V livuiars lre. 4 . WIU Cu.kt.LwuU.at
Evangvlilo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetewn, Erana-
vme, liouisviue, Cinolnnati
and all way Landings.
The elegant side-wheel iteamer
ALTEH B. PlinflMOTOlf...
JUAHLXS PflYNINOTON ,
t Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDATatS
o'cious, v. in.
TUe fleet steamer
Baw Howard ...Matter
to. Thomas Cierk
Leaves Calra every SATURDAY.
Kach boat makes cloie connections at Cairo
with flrstrctw s steamers for tit. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and st Kvansvills with
ihehl. AC. B. K. for all points North and East,
and with the Louisville Mail Steamer fouall
potnta on the Upper Ohio, giving through n
eelpta n freights and passengers to all points
r'or urther Information apply ta
JAUfcb BltJG.i. Passengai Agent.
J. M. PHILLIPS, 'jAtBU
Or to Q. J GllAMMEft,
duperinfnitent and General Freight Agent,
lo-3-'A)-lv. alvanavill Indiana.
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St. Louis. Mo.
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JAS. SICE, A. M.,
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For Illustrated Circuit,
1HOS.A. RICK. A. M.,L. .B.,
MT. CARBON(Blfl Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
:,on, or lo hogsheads, for shipment
jromptly attended to.
far To large consumers and a
nanufaoturers, we aro prepare
;o supply any quantity, by th
nonth or year, at uniform rates.
CALEO CITT COA1 C0KPAVT.
O Ml i:e on w hurt bunt, fool or Sixtli it.
Office "f lUliUlay brothers, opposite St.
Egyptian mills Twentieth Bt.
Coal dump, oot of Tnirtv-t-igbtli tt or
Poet oltk'o drawer Mil.
LKU OR DKALKB8-
K. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and IUtall Dealers IB
Foreign and Domeitio
U IM .N OF AIX KIN DM,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSUS. pMVTH A CO. hava soustanlly
a large shM'k ot the beat good- Ui the mar
et, and give especial attenUan to lbs wholesale
anoti of the busineaa.
Ktatt'uf Illinois, Couuty of Alexander.
Circuit court of Aleiamler county, Septeia
sr term, A. I). 1817,
Kdmuuu K. U'niieu v.. Edmund B. Garaghty,
Kugane liaragi tv, Jai-oti II. Bnrrongli, Jose
phine liarjglity, li. Mrvin and .1. alaviB. Bill
Aflldayit of the non-rrsidencc of Jacob Bur
rough, Eugene (jaraghty, B. Sl.yia and 4.
Slevin of tbedefeudauts aliovs named, having
been tiled in llieolticei f the clerk ol said Cir
cuit court of Alexander couaty, notice is here
by pi veu to the said aon resident delrndaats,
Ibat the complainant has Hied his bill of eoui--plaint
in said court on the chancery aide thereof
on the drst dsy of May, a. d. ltC?, and llit a
summons thereupon issued out of said court
against said defendants, rettirnabl on tba
mini Monday of May, a. d. la77. as is by law
rminired. And an order having been entered of
record In laid court at the May term 177, there
of, that .aid caus stand oonuntud, with order
of publication. Now, .herefore. unless you,
the said Jacob H. Burromrh, Kugeaa Uaragtaty.
B. Slevin aad J. fclevin shall nersonsllT be and
appear bufors the said Lircu it court of Alsian
der county on the A rat day of the next term
thereof, to bs holdea at the court house ta tba
city of Cairo, In said couuty, ou the tret Moa,
day of September a. D. ls?7, uA plead, an
ewer or demur to the said oumpialnant's bill
complaint, th same, aud the tua.uit and thin
therein charged and stated, will be taken as eo
fessed, and decree entered against TO
ug vi wm payer Ol saiu oiu.
JomH. Mi'lKBT, l oi pl.UBanl'siolicit
Cairo, Ills., July Uih, a
I. H. Mdlky, D. T. LlMBfiAB. J. M. LABsnaw .
MULKEY LINEGAR 4 LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFi'lCjr! ConiDMrctal Ateaoe, at So el
. laicv a Laasdva, s-.aa