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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY JULY 1G, 1871.
To Iiebllilnled 1'eraotist
Ii lyni-itiC4 1 To Htillorers from Liver Com
plaint I To llwae having no Appetite I
To llioan with lirokcn Iiown
Constitutions!
To Nervous People I To Chlldrsn Wasting Awiy I
Tonny with Debilitated IlKmtlo
OrKRD I
UrNnllcrliiKMltliniiy oftlio I'fillonliis;
N)IIiIiiii
r lifi-lt imlli-ati- Iiisoatirarn l.ltca on8ruMii.il I
Hurh m Con
atlpitlon, IriM nrtt
1'ilaa, I'lllneaa fir
llioodfotlie Head, Ai-M
fly at lh" Htotnaeh, Nausea,
llr..tll'iitii, l)iKHt for locld. Full
was or Weight In the Hlninti'lit Sour
Hrm-Hatlona, ."Inking or Fluttering at I tin
lii.f thoHloiiiaih, Hwlmmlnof the Hi-ad,
limned or Iiitlirlilt Ilrenllilny, Fluttering at the
I n- rl :hoklni(orHuIlocatlnKHenaations when In
ii l.jlni: Posture, 01 m noii id Vision, iMa or
A1 t lii Uforcllii-HlKlit, Fever mi. 1 1 full 1'aln
in llm Head, Heflclency of Perspiration,
Yi llimnesa of tho fckln unit Ejss, I'aln
in tho hide, Haok Chest, Limbs,
ele.. Hudden Flushes of Hi at,
Illinium In the flesh, Cn.
slant linau inltirfx of
Evil, and tlrest
Depression of
riplrits,
1 1 00 FLA ND'S GERMAN HITTERS
A llitttr without Alcohol or Spirit! o
0 any kind.
J I dltti-rent from all others, It la composed of
I Hi" pure Juice, or Vital I'ri uc I .t of Hoots,
I i r- and Hark. (or, as medicinally termed, Ki
ln. In,) the worthiest nr Inert portions of the In.
li.diriita not helng uaed. Therefore, (none hot
1 - nl tlilt Kilters there la contained an much
liit'dli-iiinl virtue as will liv found In several Kl
li.i.a.of ordinary mixture. The roots, etc., mod
111 lni lliltara am grown In Oermany, their vital
principles estractel In that country hr a scion.
iiih-chemlal, and forwarded to tho manufactory
in this city, w here they nre compounded and hot-
lint. CnntalnlnK no aplriluoua Iniredlcnta, thia
itinera i free from tim ohjnctiona urgwi againat
-11 ,.llra Nn .li-.lr,. tnr ktlifililanla ran l. ill. I
incrd from their ue: thev cannot make drunk
arda, uud cannot under any clrvilinatancea have
ant nui a Mueociaii uevi.
IIOOFLANO'S 0 KHM AN TONIC
i' romnounde.1 for thoe not inclined to ei
ti-tiin tuttera. anil la Intended for uie in caM-a
wh n lomc alcoholic atimulaut la required In con
neellon wiUi tho Tonlo proiertlea of the Hitter,
i n L ix.liln of the Tonic conlalna one l-otlle ot
tho llittera. comblnod wltn pure HANTA CItL'X
HUM, ami navore-l in aucn a manner inai ine ci-
Ireine niuerneaa ui 1110 ihhi. ,, uiri.-umr.
ii.imlnn a nrnnaratlon highly agreeaMe and
pleaaant to the palile, and conuiuiog the nierflo
inal virtue or the llittera. The price ol th
lonlo la II. Ml per bottle, which many peraom
n.itiV in. hliih. Thev tniiat take into consider
illou that (lie stimulant uaed ia guaranUxd to !
..i i.ii.m .iiinlilv. A toar articlo could lie fur
n.a.ied at achea-r price! but ia It not better to
... lnlln tnnre and have a Hood article I A
me-liciiial preparation atiould contain none but
trie ueal ingreilieni , auu mey no caj-v. wi-
tain acneap comiounii, an'i uo ucucuue'i 17 11,
will llioal ceriaiuiy vs cneaieu.
U J!iltiyii.IN JJlX X lllJAO 5
IIOOI'bAMI'lt
IIOOFhAND'S l'ODOI'UYLLIN l'ILL
WILL CUI'.K voir.
Ihry nrr lioirrnl-t 111 owl PiirlU
rri Known
To the medical world, ami will eradicate diseases
analngfrnm Impure li!orl, IleMMty ot tho
IhgeatlvoOrgina, or Diaeaaed I.lver,
In a shorter time titan any
other known rem.
cdica.
The Whole Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
apeak for theae remeliea. Who would ass for
more iligulfiud and stronger testimony?
Hon. Ccorire W. Woo.lwarJ. lormerir thtel Jus
tice (ii tho Hiipreino Court of Pennsylvania, at
pieveni iiiemucr oi ixingrcas irom renuayiva-
us, writrai
lhlla.lelnhla. March 1ft. ISC7.
Ifiml flnritland'a German llittera ia a irooid tonic.
u.eful in dlaeasea of tin dlgeatlve organs, and of
great benefit In ca.ea ol aebilily d want of
nervous action in trie ayaiem. imira, iruiv
OFIUOli W. WOODWAKD.
linn. James Thompson, Chief Justico of the Hit-
preme Court ot rennayivaniat
1 l'hllvlelnliia. Anril 2. 1BCT.
i rnnilder Hnorltnd'a (Serrnan llittera a valua
ble medicine incases of attacks of Indiieslion or
lr-lpia. I can certify this irom my eiperi-
HicooflL loun, ltn rearrct.
JAMlSTHOMi'SsON.
Hon, (ieorge Hharawood, Justico of the Supremo
tjilit oi J'ennativsniat
I'htladdnhia.Junel.lsC.
I have found by experience that HooHand'a
Herman Hitlers is n very good tonic, relieving
i iih'Ii c symptoms airnoai uiriH uj.
linn. Wm. P. Uojers, Mayor ol the City of Buf-
" ' ' tl'.'.n,'. niliee. ltiiflalo. Julie 2-J. lMfl.
I hare used Hoollacd's (ierman Hitlers nnd
lonlo In-mr family during the past year, and etui
....nminenil ili.-m as an excellent tonic, itnpsrt-
i liu tone nnd vigor to the system. Their use has
U-er, productlvo of decidedly beneticisl etlects.
WM. F. KOUKICj.
II. m. James M. Wood, ex-Mayorol Willismsport
'I 'tkiie great pleasure In iccommendlng Hoof
and'a Gorman Topic tu uny one who may boat-
tticled wJih Uypeia. I liaut the Uyepepsia so
ii una Imnoasible to keen anv food on HIT
atomiioh, and I became eo weak aanot to be able
to walk nail a nine, iwu uoiut-s m ionic vi-
vcled a perfect cur. JAMEo M. WOOD.
Itciiii'inlior llmt HooHand'n nennan Hitlers,
and lluullitnil'a (Ierman Ionic, win euro every
raao ol
MAltAHMUS, OH WASTING AWAY OF THE
II0DY.
iienieniber that Hooflnnd'a Oerman He nib-
dies are the medicines you require lo purify the
lllooil, eicilstha torpid I.Iyer to healthy action,
and to enable vou to jiass tmlcly thruugli any
Hardship' nu etiwaure.
UK. lltl01'I.A.M)'N
PODOPH Y.Xi Xj I 3ST,
Or Bubilllulo for Mercury I'llls.
I WO l'lI.La A DOrtK. Tho most powerful, yet i
Iiiuoccnt, Vegclabie caiiiuriiu
it is not necessary to take a handlul ol these
I'm--t pJ.4?.f ZMT
I'll IH U sjWiaa' "Z V r -. .
itTqulctly aud rorfuj
olio Extract of Mandrake, wlilcli la i.y many
l'lnovlm7SkP.HV.if ' 8 peculiar act oViKVpon Testorday a reporter from tho Courier
l irLlvef Men!ng it Jpeldily " from ill oUtftte- Jottrnaf '"intorvlowod" J'rof. . Minor ,
ons'witVall thS power of Mercury, yat froo to his past Hfo and Inientloni In the ftfi
Irom all the injurious rcsuus uuue. w. ..D ua tur0i -ji Wfts1jorll 0 uLiuwood" pluiita
"I that mineral. ,ii,,i,. itnn In A epnnalon nnrlsh. Louisiana. Tils
i. Indicated, these pills will v? enliro satlsfac- fttlilor wft9 t1,0 rich owpor of tho planta'
tlon in every case, flicy Nh Mlu Weholor un to tho time of his
TsOTuw ftnflital, tospepsl., ami
extreme Costiventss, Dr. Hooltand'ii Oermau It.
tt-rs, or Tonic, should bo used In i connection with
Ihe I'llls. Tneionioeueciui mio uii.uio, .-,
builds up tho system, xne timers, or lumc, Vw
i.iTi .inrihsna the nerves, tea
uhuos the Ltyorand giyes ttrength, energy and
vikor.
K'Jin vaiir B.bl. active with the I'llla, nnd
lone up the system with Hitters, or Tonlo, and
., disease can retain the hold, or even assail you.
Recollect that it Is Dr HooHand'a Uerman i item.
UAH. Mt KVAN8. Proprietor
These Rcntedlc aro .for salo by Drugglsla,
HlorcJtcti eis, mil Mealemo wairrs eiwuwiwiBa
Induce you voiuko b iiyiii uH v.. ..... ... -y. subject or mil article. ewfS R
oVrxheSelenS WM importuned. JV 1f flWft-
uy locality V wywJ2XWlffi& bert of hit famlly-whlcli, m Uono
jmAR(jHSTHEbT,lHliAL)i.LPUIA. . thorough education: :tO - which he
- . 1
tMifillrnlloii OHIrc, ntillPllit HiilMlnKf
WimliliiKton Avciiiio.
From tl.o New York Woild.
A NEW VERSION OF "HKTSV AND
1 AUK OUT."
do 'tend the door, lher, Hri'lget, and mind what
you're about.
For llctay'a uiollivr's coinlii', and Delay and I
are wilt I
I've Moon the drar oU lady a long aaever I can.
And the more I've trltd to aim' the more I've had
In aim',
Hinio first we two got married, and came down
here to llya.
Die's had nvond oforderaand free ad rice to give;
Them's uothln' a hand la put t, outside ot the
tii.ija. or in.
Uutsus liaa a aay about It lliat'a alwaya aura to
W III.
From riut.ln' babies to cltanln', frotn lnyin' to
tn ilk 1 11 cowa.
Wegim ber way entirely, aa much aa tin law
allow
There'a hardly a child or ciltter, n Held, or a
fence, or a atone,
Hhe hain't fault to find with, or ever can leave
nioue.
I'crhapa I ahoul I Han' Mat much, II Betsy ao
ahould bid.
And let the old lidy boss It the i.moM at.o always
UHI 1
Hut now that her Ungue hi a Uki n to waglo' n
omer course,
I've got to he up an' Join', or look for a cheap dl-
vrce.
II I hut aay she's a-ineddliii', she tell my wife I
urinK ;
If ever 1 look at a woman, ahe lves my wife the
wink :
And comin' from meetln', Sunday, wl.tn Uetsy
waa taken III,
She tald, that, for half the ayiuntouit, a woman
could file a hill I
Ho 'lend tho door, there, Urnlgot, aod ktepyour
wna aooui,
And tell the dear old lady that Betay and I are
Out:
And then In caae all thrta'ena to come aorae
other day
Jualadl lo the atateuient, Mrldicet, that Out we
inieuu.io aiay 1
MtryA man who married a buxom Irish
girl, greatly to the horror of hit mother
1 T. . - - .1 ...
and sister, made tho following defence
"ii 1 married an American girl l must
havoan Irish girl to takocarq of her, and
i cannot nllord to support both of them."
tcis-lt is -nid that when Ilrii-ham
Youui! wus aikod tho other dav which ton
ho had at West I'olnt, tho conundrum to
staggered him, that ho was obliged to refer
10 uio lamiiy rccoru to toivo It "Do inoy
mlit mo at homo?" It not much sunj; in
wiai lattiiiy,
'John Martin, of tho Yount; Ireland
party, who was triod and sentenced to
death' wen ty-flvo years ago. and afterwards
had his sentence commuted lo transport
lion fcr life, is now a mombcr of narlin
incnt; and thus tho whirligig of tlrao
brings on its rovengoj.
The witty John Clark, the barrls
tr-, who was lame, overheard a lady re
mark to a friend: "That's Mr. Clark, tbo
lamolawyor." Mr. Clark, who was pas
.r 1 . 1. . . , .1 1
addressing mo lady, said: n o, madam.
1 am m jaruu man, uui b miuo lawjur.
8B"Tho Cnrlylo fills., ConsfiVnfi'onof tho
0111 iiiys i un Saturday night a dastardly
wretch, having neither llto fear of God,
man nor thodevil in his heart, entered the
Catholic church at this place and stolo
portion of tho communion Service, valued
at about iw, ana 1110 contribution oox,
containing about $40, that had been col
loctud lor the poor.
DSf" A curious report is that received
bv the Unitarian .Sunday School .Society
at its lloi-ton convention, from its "Ladies'
Commission, appointed in icco, to "invct-
(..In lnt. ill IIIamIii.a'I wllk . vl.w a
the expurgation of Sunday school libraries
Of 3.554 books examined these ladles feund
only 977 "lit to bo read," and even tbeso
were divided into tnrco classes uc, books
to which no cxcplion Is taken; 2d, books
not tit for unitarian children; 3d. books
lit for teachers, but not fit for scholars.
AN XrrxCTIVK TIMI-EHAJJCE MOVK.
In town in Ohio, not lone ai:o. tho wo
men wont in bands of two and three with
their knitting and sewing into tho dram
short of tho place, and spent the wholo
day with tholr work, and talking politely.
upon various topics, uusoanus .ana
friends camo in, saw how things looked,
and had not the COUragO to ttp tO tho bar
. , . . Th!, tokont n for several
and drink. This was kont up for sovcral
days, and tho result was oveiy shop In ihe
i place wat clotod.
HOW A WOMAN KEEPS A 8ECUET.
It is an old nuib upon women that a
woman can not keen secreU; but tho fact
is thoy,aro the only part of humanity
that can. A wifo keeps a husband's
secret incomparably bolter than ho does
hcr's. Wo calculate that thero is ono
drunken wifo to about four hundred and
ninety-nine drunken husbands. In gamb
ling licentiousness, lying, cheating,
hypocrisy convetousnoss' there is pretty
near tho tamo proportion. Yet of the
four hundred and ninety-nlno wivos, four
hundred conceal, cover up, silently endure
tho torriblo secret; while tho ono husband
mourns over lilt who s iranty in me stuoy
of bis pastor, and to tho ear of hit friond,
and probably complaint of It to a court
of law. It it tbo same with brother and
sister. The secrets a woman talks about
are tbo kind that aro unimportant and
most ngroeablo to her. But of serious
socrcts sho is as reticent as tho grave.
That is our observation, and in our vari
ous relation ot physician, lawyor, and
unordaincd minister, we have bad oppor
tunities for a great deal of observation.
THE COLORED PROFESSOR.
THE l'OUTKK OF A. BTEAMD0AT AProi.NTKB
1'HOIET Kin IN A COLLEGE f J, Sw A YEAR
a. d a rnorEsson'rt chaiu bettek than
SHOULDERING TKUNKS FOR A LITIfO-
(From tho Louisville Courle.-Journal July 14.)
T.nwrnnrn Minor, a colored porter un
tho steamer (Ion. Lytle,oftbo Loulivllio
ami fVinclnnaU mail-lino, was a few
.lave alncn lenilnrod one of tho chain in
Alcorn Univortlty, in tho Stato of, Mil-,
sltslppi, aridMiaa accepted tbo position,
Alcorn University was founded a year or
two si ico by tho Stato .Legislature, ana
an enuowmcnt tuna oi ou,uw jwr an
num was annrenriatod for its support
This annual income It to be paid for five
years, aftor which it is expected that the
St" f. ' t - ... a a 1...
u nivursiiy, win do soii-suitaining. a tei
tor 'states that tho University hat ban
legated in Adams county, Slittiisippi;
I tiuiti as swaaujk4j ssuu win tjv sr l'V I IV'-a IUV
of students, the; first If Oqlflber
Tho institution Is, moVaUvi U
ntA NtlfshAV and tulll ha nnnnvX Tr 4ha
bo devoted exclusively to colorod pupils.
dnntb. la had three children by Ailnor s
mothor. two boys ana ono.gtri, ine
flanchinrls now llvinc in Cleveland: Ohio,
n,i has nann.nrlvate secretary to Lieut.
n, ii. mn tinn of tho sent wat an offl-
vawv " . . , .
oar intno nrtt coiorea rompy s.,-;m
Unltod BtaUt, ana pariictpaieu ia ams
, ,,.,,ina InMlsSOurl and ArkaBtacun
- ,. Ar, rvnm ynaladtea con-
contented and engaged ft p.TAt tMejr ,fpt
that purpoie. At'theyraTr Hp b pro-
I F"" . ... , . .A- iJaiVened.
1 tvuiio vri -
Ho left provision In his will, howoven
manumitting tho children nd tholr moth
er, and providing for tho furthor cducfttlon
of tho former. In tho yor 18i0 Lawronco,
entered tho class of 'CO in Oborlln Colleco
Ohio, whoro ho It said to htvo boon d!
tinRtilihed for profloloncr. During hl
senior year, however, n Alight difficulty oc
curred bcowecn hlmsolf nnd ono of tho tu
tor?, which was brought to tho nttontlon
of tho faculty. Tho option was given,
him el lb or to apologizo or bo dlismlsiod
but, with all tho blood of his fathor boil
ing In his veins with tho real or fancied
injuries done him, he embraced tho lattor
alternativo, and left tho collcgo.
In 16S0 he wont to Now Orleans, and
taught school for four years or more
lie then married, and, coming north, went
on the river as porter on one of the stoaoi
rs of the Louisville and Henderson
mail-line, where ho remained until tuking
a similar position on the mail-lino be
twoon this city and Cincinnati. Iloro ho
romained until tho recoptlon of tho news
as ;abovo stated of his appointment as
I'rofestor in Alcorn Univorsity, This ap
pointment insures him a salary or 2,500 per
annum. In personal appearanco, Minor
It a strikingly handsome man for ono of
his color. lie Is a bright mulatto, with
tho features peculiar to bis raco but slight-
y ucvoiopcd. uo is very tall, rather
tout, and dleniflod in demeanor. Ills
conversation is floont arul pleasant, dis
cussing readily any subject you may In
troduce. Ho hat tbo roputation of being
luito a remarkable man, nnd is perhaps
aa well known upon tho river from Cin
cinnati to Hondenon as almost any man
abovo yO'r below him in position.
COMMERCIAL.
Thursday Kyenlng, July 13, 1871
The market for Com and Oats is nood. Corn l
n demand and stronger than at our mil rcnort.
Oata are arriving more (roely. Ut are In the
market and to-day brought tin;. A goo.1 inijulry
tiiatafor Hay, but the market I entire) v hue.
' louduv nroiiuce 11 uuii. anu rriui nuier. ine
market la overstocked with penchei nnd price"
are eaav.
ri.UUK. The market Is easier, and the de
mand Is falling ofi. Balea were
3 bbls Various Uradas, on orders ...'' i' to r
l-A " " " H. V I.J IO l .rf
Halea freraClta Mills-.'
It 1,1,1 a X XXX 7 00
MO White Wheat.......... 7 &l
m " XXX.... lit
UH aacka II ran in sacks 'jO-j to 1 IIJ
WHEATS
5 cara, Had - ... 1 Id
CUUri la in rood ilemand anil iirk-ea are
firm at nuotationa. Hales were
cara, nizau. in nuiK.on iracK M otc
" Whil iictoVV:
1 " Mixed, In ratka, del.. (Jc
MOaacka ' .Mo to 64c
JaWJ White ' .. tin
2 ears " in aa-ka ' Cm:
OATS. Tbe market ia lietter aurrilinl than at
last report New o.-t, In sacks delivered brought
f3, to-day. Sales were
I cars, New, lo bulk, on track JJ; to &ta
3 in sacks, ilel tsv
101 sack a " 61
HAY. The demand ia good, but the market Is
bare. 10 aaiea reiiorien.
BUTTKIl. The niArket la dull, prices un
ciiango-l. Caleaweri
It pkgs Choice Northern-....., IT2o
lOiulM do -iiu
7 pk Common to Choice Vjlo'iOo
5 do Medium - lOctolSo
2 da Common lUc
t'MH'. Kreah Kggs are ecarce and all other
aro a drug to ine marnet. i rict-s are uncnangeo
Bale were
'JUiioz , UJJc
l'OULTUV. la ttat. There aro no buyers in
trie market ana trie only ucmanu is tor noino con
sutmdioii. Halea were
M dm Old andToung t Ooto I W
MKAh. Then arkvt ia nrin. Sales were
loo bhla, Kiln llrlcd, del 3 (a)
ISO do btearn ' " 3 W
H'l do da do on nrdeis 3 tt
100 do Cily Btearn Dried -3 IS to 3 23
FItUIT. No cliango in tho condition of. the
market. Apples and peaches are plenty and
prices are easy. Dales were
1) boxes Peaches
aU.MJKIE3.-l UO Gunnie, 117 W.
..10c t o SO
Tho following are Uie wholesale prices of this
t
Choice ....lli to iiic Ordinary. 10 to ISc
Bcaaui
Prime White J5 1 Clioice Nary 1 75 to 2 00
Common ...,..--I u
I Hroosnat
Common llouie, per doz 2Sto 2 SO
Choice to Extra ... . 2 7S to 3 25
B. 11. ' .....5 l) to 5 SO
Caudlcut
flick tl lb....17,'; to Ifc I Fancy H lb il lo JVj
Ouni Lirops..- to US I
t'taente t
New Vork Factory Ohio Fact'yll to IS
Crack ers
Kxtra fine Soda V lb...7c I (Soda tl II .....0';c
llutif r..... CKc 1 Picnic .....i.ko
Sugar..
.11 to IJc UlDgtr.. ...IStolSo
'otr-:
Uio Commcn llil"io I
Java...... ..IS to 2,c
Bio FalrHlb.l7K toISc
Lauuavra. .'.-u to 21
Bio Prime to Choice tol'J'c
Flour i
Wheat Choice s V,
Wheat 2nd grune....7 M
" till grade..s u
Short
third grade... ii uo
II j e Choice, 0 2S
Shlnatuff
sarHias i
WHEAT.-Chnice While Nu 1 V tms..' 1 35
" Ked " 1 " .... 1 25
3 " .1 15 to 1 20
Mellleran an lis to 120
No salu for tough or damn wheat.
COHN.-Mixed ! bu Mc
White t! bu 5ic
OATS Choice " 67 to SSc
HA Choice Timothy rialed on track...
Medium i. w
Mixed choice " " 18 taI9 W
Hldcsii
OreenVlb 5c I Dry Flint 15o
Cured " 7)0 Dry Salt 12J,o
(Ireon Ca.f It). luo 1 tiheep pells ea 25 to I tat
uurcu ij i
! and Polalosi I
Ooions 2 2Sa3 &o I I'otatoes lieu 1 00 to 1 25
foultrv t
Turkey, live per dot......... IK
Chickens live spring' per dot'. .2 on to 2 So
oiu nens sou to 4, a
Moats antl Candlesi
80AP-Palm..M..
tiernian mottled
,7U to 8o
85lnWo
12 tUISfl
,.m .la to 2IKJ
13o
.,..18 t0 2tC
,. 3 W to 3 21
C SO
6 OH
,...t JS to 4 SO
2 f-5
, 2 W
Castile American
" Imported......
CAND'ES-Starllos
" full weight
aXeali
Corn bolted per bbl
Rye choiio " .
Powder aud Nbot t
Powder rifle
' blasting
flliot assorted per saik
buck "
Provlaloaa s
LARD In tierces per lb refined WA to 12 ,
In kegs " ,t0.l
HtMIHSiil!" cuku"
Country "
Shoulders bscon "
Clsar aides " -
Ribbed " -
,.15 to 17' :ta
u to ina
8 lo 8&
10 to lie
u to le
nasi t
Kaaawha per bbl....2 so Dairy pr bbl 3 50 to 1 00
Nuirara aad Myrupai
SUGAR New Orleans primo to choice WA to 13c
. I'orto Rico choice......M...-l2g to 12U0
Extra C WAloVMa
II ,
.... (iii
to 13jlc
i to lie
Coffee A
Crushed aud powdered
Uranulated.......
SYRUIS-CominoB
Now Orleans
Golden - -
( HIlverDrins
i k ... i mn
lS!4lol5Jc
,. so to ttV
.. 750
75o
7. SStO'Jikl
Teaai
Imperial 1 10 to 1 4u I Gunpowder 1 10 lo 1 40
Oolong biackl 00 to 1 30 1 Japan unc'I'd
VounnIIvs'nl 10 to 1401
Boise t
Manilla per iu...iu to w
f ntLnn An 40 to WW
Hisul per lb. ntoVAi
OII!
LToseedbTdl 08 to I 18
ijinseea raw i uaui u
Whaio........ 1 OOto 1 IS
Csl while...- 2S to iu
Lard - 1 no to 1 IB
Noatsfoot.... 1 lutol 2U
HptTurpent sotodSa
Bfaohlno .... IS to 75o
wnittt lead tienance ner
00 lb. 10 Ultoll no
do Collier do
,Vi w 10 ! no
. Bto7u
l"utty,
March i
Corn...
Pearl...
...ISKtolSclbiUet
... 6JJto7o.
HjuruiBiri
Gl08?,..UJitO ISO
Ounules' ,
hull
u.jui i iiuria
awiiu sieiiiu.t.M au iw
Twine Flax Cos Twine. l'aner......3Uu
Haolua paper bass per bdl coueaah kso to e ou
Wrtpploip " ,r " . " i.i
,1'Trr n VInaa aud I.louni-Ml
..SSotot 25
BEANDY Ilennessy per aal
I uesi
7 60
2 OS
2 no to a eo
2 25103 2S
WlNB-rort ,
bnorry ititHae
Catawba .
2 M)
vitrei per cases
WHI3KY-Rectftto4..
Bourbon,
Rye
Wheat saw ,,
HIBh WlL-es.
0 00
..... (A to 1 SO
3 OU
8 75
1 W
1 00
Timothy m... ,
.... SO to 7 00 1 Red Top 1 60 to 1 73
niunurasa
... no to t ti I MupR'nkt'rsl Co to 1 14
tWtoUt
Milieu
Virginia bright par lb 100
uu imab efj , .M.,., 1 Wl
do half bright per lb 70 lo Wo
do black ner lh m n r
Kino cut chewinir tier It, ' ihi n i I
Virginia stnokinir do r.-,i 1
Common do do , so to fa
ClgH do M 2 ou to 10 00
ny Itnllrriil-n.v llluc nml Xulloiinl
I.I nra.
To New York.
31 I Fourth Claa 11 02
... 1 Wjopcclal C'la-s C
fallout
To New To
Vork Iloalon.
Flrat Cln.
Hecond Claaa
Third Clna...
Comireaed.
....S 95 SI l'
uncoiniirea.ed ....
I u, 1 tu
Flouri
To New York per bbl
To liotton ir U,l
ti 20
1 30
I i
c O
1
?
V l'to
I lai
1 M)
6 00
7 m
15 30
IS 17
From Cairo lo.
5 .From Cairo lo
Flour, per bbl
ll.iv. tier ton...
f 2A
I 301
Cosl Oil per b
Tobacco per b
Cotton per bl.
I.umhr ner M
4 on
a ui
Corn, per sk...
2.5
1
llutaioM, per b
25
its
.Vi
w
so ll.umbr.looae
Apples, pern
30 , Heavy frt-wt
iiira. ier
un ' i.igiu iri-cwi.
SK)
Whlaky, per b
WIIUI.KHAI.E C'HUCEKH.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
AVHOLKSALK OHOCK11S,
0 H I 0 L E V E K ,
V, A I It 0 . 1 1. 1. I . Ills.
A'ao, kc-p con-Unlly on hand n moil com
plete sldck of
scotch and mmi wiiukie
-d i N s,
Port, Mndcrln, Sherry nnd Cntnwba Wines
T SMYTH A CO. aell eselualvely for eih,to
XS. which laei tney invite trie especial alien
tioti of cloic lmraln buyers.
Special attention ijiven to Filling Orders,
COA I,.
CAIRO CITY COAL
prepared lo supply eiutomera wilh the l-est
ltialily of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
-KI1F.IW left at llaltldny Rroa. office, 7 OHIO
J I.KVKK. or at tho Coa Yard be ow the hi.
I Charlea Hotel, will receive prompt nlli-nllnn.
h THKTb'O "1IONTAUK'1 willlivlnscoid along
aide steamers at any hour. vciStf
NAI.OONN.
II h DOllADO
BILLIAIU) SALOON AM) ItAIt
HOOM. JOHN iATlS, I'roprlrtor.
100 Ctimmereiul . venue, CAIRO, 1I.I.1NOIH
BILLIARD saloon rurnlsheil ith the b M ol
tables; nnd bar supplied wilh wlnt-a, liipiura
and clirars of the lineal hranda.
FITZGERALD'S
3 J. 3vl PIiE BOOMS,
Cor. t'ourtocnlli SI. nntl Com
Uicrclnl At en up.
FITWIERALD'S Pnmplo Rooms nro Hooked
with puru imported wines, luiuora nnd clgura,
and nre dispensed from the bar In lirvt.clus
style. Thei Is no liellereetabllshmeut Ini-niitli.
trn Illinois, aud none Utter stocked. Call uud
test the various brands ol wines nnd liquors.
JOHN IIYLAND'S SALOON,
Comer Toulli Ntreet mill Conuiiirrrinl
Ati'mip.
SIIPKI1IOH liitinrs, beer, ah-, etc., and fmyrniit
HavHiiaa uluai'a on tiaiid. TIiom ih'-lrillL- de-
llslitlulbPiernges should nut Iml to call and t-moy
them. Al their Hants will 1 attend to in n man
ner that will warrant n return All bis liquors,
wines and clears have been selected with urt-nt
caro and critical taslo. .
hutch taw.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. UAYKK A CO.,
I'uorsitTOKs,
KKKP constantly nn hand tho lest of heel,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, simsnKO, puddlui;,
etc. rrcsli wlilto lard lu nuy iiuanllty, worned
Uef, cti' always on hand.
Orders nromntly tilled, nnd satlsfaclion wnrran
ted. fel7tf
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Batcher nnd Healer In all Hindu frokb
Meat,
C'JUNtu .N'iNtitt.NTii AM) I'un .u; Htui:it.
0.VIB0, ILLINOIS'.
BUYH and slaiiKhtcrs only tho very beat cattle,
hoits nud sheen, and is nrvimri'd to till any
demand for frnah meats from ono pound to tin
muusuim I'umuia, wri'ii
MANHOOD :
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED I
Just published, In a sealed envelope. I'rlce, C cts.
A lecture on the natural treatment, nr.d indlcal
cure of Hpermatorrliea or Beminel Weakness, In
voluntary i-.niissions, noxuai iieniuiy, auuiuipv
dements to Murriagu generally! Nervousness.
consumption, r.puepay, nnu nisi aram ou
I'hysleal Incapacity, resultinK from abuse,
etc., by Robt. J.Culverwell, M. V.t author of the
"Ureen Rook," oto,
"A BOOK TO TUPU8AND3. 09 tUVVKREBS.'
Bent, under acii. in tdam envelope, to an ad.
dress, vostptld, on receipt of alx cents, or two
I pottage stamps, by Oliaa, J. 0. Klltto a W,, fl
1 upwery.rt ew yoya, riwniwws.ai"i.
I
UADKIlTAKKltS.
V. 0. OAKY,
PHI NCII'A Ii UN J)K HT A K Kit,
HALES I'.OOM, No. 13 SIXTH STUEKT
CA1II0, ILLINOIS.
NICHOLAS KKITH,
GENERAL UNDERTAKER,
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Wholesale nnd Retail
ROOKSELLER, STATION Eli,
N K W.S A G E N T,
Dealer In
.Siikkt Music, Pictuisk Framks, Mori.n
ixo?, KTC,
No. 12G, Commcrcial-fijjDiuic,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ttT" Steamers supplied with otlicn stationery,
nd daily papers stamped to order day ami nli;ht,
.JS't"
NTOVEN, TIMVABl'., 1.TC,
A. HAL LEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringer, Tmle
Ware, Coal Hods, Urc Shovels, Air tuilea.
MJiM't ACTiiiru or
TIN,
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WAKE.
No. 1GG Wasliington-nvcnuo,
C'.UUO, ILLINOIS.
D'Kootlnit, (iullerini!, nnd
work done at slioitest notice.
all kinds oflob
lelildtf
IiANI),
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS
ONLY f 1.25 I'KK ACIIK
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
rim riir. caus onus
LKAVKN WORTH, I.AWIIKKCK ANP OALVKS
TON It. It. LINK
From Lawrence and Kansas Gily and visit the cel-
enraieti uhhu country,
ThkGauukn Spot op Kanbab.
apr2Hw3m
TOUN U.OBEUIiYi CO.'B Hook lllndery. in
.ti.::j..T.;..ii .Tr . - ;
TAME COOKINO HTOVI'.N.
AGENTS FOIl THE
.
WARRANTS FIRST.CLASS IN EVERY lUiSI'HLT.
WHAT HbttsKKF.EPKnS SAY AIIOUT
"F.3VCE" COOKLXISTG- STOVES
ALWAYS READY,
ALWAMS RELIABLE,
ALWAYS THE BEST,
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
AND UNEQUALLED IN THK VKltPECTION OP COOKINO APl'AItATUS
TBlSr DIFFEBEKT
D It Y (1
OLOsiisra- out at cost i
The ptitlie. are hr rehy notllicd tint
DllYGOODS,
BOOTH, SHOES, HATS,
III InnKini: to the
SOOTT "WHITE
WILL HE SOLD AT COST,
AT THE OLD STAND, CORNER
C .A. 123.0, - - -
jeMf
CI.OTIII.Vn,
1871.
SUMMER.
KKKPS CONSTANTLY ON 1IANI1,
Ji. T THE LOWEST CAS H PEICES,
' Tho Cheapest and Rest
READY-MADE CLOTHKG,
(5 ENT'S PURNISlIlNf. OOODS, HATS, CAPS, ROOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
)hm:ii or sixtii-nt.
CAIRO,
rjtr.TIcni.AR attention paid to onlers for
X of the hen of materlsl iiaed.
uiiT-noons,
ji. hi. cxjisrzsriiNroia:.3VE,
Xo. 101 CUJI.nEIICIAI. AVK.M'K,
Withes to rail attent on lo his Immense stock of new and seasonable
DRY-GOODS,
CARPETS, ROOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
evbbythikg feesh, desieaele.
Dress Goods a Specialty.
Novelties In Bilks, Poplins, Japaneao Hilks, Hilk Warns, Mohairs. Lwn, Percales, I. K.'s,
ele. Aiiiericau llliu-k (Irns Drain Hilk, ami n full lino oi the celebrated
Heaver Uraud of 1'uro lllaclt Molmir.
The larm'at nssoitmont of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
lace cuTiisrs,
llrnl nml luillnlloii Ijicos, en-., ever olTi'ritl lu lliorllv. Xou- nml choice
Klj lm ul" CarprtN, mill n lull line or Oil CIoIIin, .tint lllltfx. NlnlrCnriH
-(s ssissl JIiikm. IIooIh, miiim-k mill linlM lii,arrf-ii( tiirJt-lj-.
FAIR DEALINGS AND SMALL PROFITS.
tVAn einmiuatloii of Ills slook la ri'spratlully asked.
IIIMiTH AM HllOKS.
WILIilAM EHLERS,
l-'ashlonalilo
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH HTREET,
llelwewi Walmitou Avenuo and l'oplsr Street,
CAUIO, I LLP.
Hools nn I Shoes Hadu to Order.
I'mo Workmen Employed.
Hatlsf.K'tlon Warranted.
Patronage Hullcited.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
SOLS AOSM'r I""
"BEOLASKI'S"
UUSTOM-UAUB
BOOTS AND S II 0 K 8
Couuiicrrlal Avenue, Coruer of MkIiIIi
Ntrect,
Cairo, Illinois.
PARTICULAR ATTKNTI0N PAID TO ALL 0U-
J1KU8 YOU IIOOI'sKIUTti AMI B1IOKH.
P1IYNICIAMS
A. WADGYMAR, M. D.,
!"!! YrilCI AN, Huraeon and Accnuheur, formerly
X. of Anna, Union county, Illinois, lias per-
y located lu uairu. uinco vuiniueruiai
botwoea Eighth and Ninth streets West
nyenae,
sine.
inariy
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
r-n.-mi)RNt!KNo. 21 Thirteenth street, bo
Xv tweeu WashlDKton avenue and Walnut street.
umce vm uoinniuruiai avenu". up smits.
0. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
i ikhiuknck corner nintn ana wainiu jia
CELF.Iin.lTKU '
e
SIZES 35TQ-W JZ12A.TD1:.
0 I S.
tho large and infir;nlfWnt slock of
CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
rstale of tho lite
SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
- IXjIjITOIS.
MILS. M'OTT tVIIITt:.
ItATM, VAVS, KTC
1871.
and uuio-levkk,
ILLS.
WHITE 81IIUTS In all styles made, and only
chipets, etc.
ICK C1IKAM NA1.00N.
LOUIS NASSANO'S
ICE CREAM SALOON,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
llctivi-rii Nevt'iilcoiilh nml KIkIiIoohIIi
Mrt'vlM.
rilHE HA LOO.N' has been lian.lioiiicly lilted Up
X and will always supply Ihe beat
Ice Cream,
Cukisi,
Coefeclolns,
Letnonndo,
. and Soda,
To be found anywhere In Ihe oily.
PA Ml LIES OK PARTIES SUPPLIED
ON SHORT NOTICE.
1)0-1 he nutroniiKO of tho nubile la resneetfullv
solicited.
WATCHMAKER.
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER.
II. HOUPT,
NO
150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
OAIUO, ILL1N0IU,
Hiu oa hand
A FINE STOCK OF AVATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, TSTO.
Particular attealloo given to
REPAIRING VINE WATCHES.
The largest sloek of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
ix.tirs ctr .

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