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J. G. LYNOH'S
Roal Estate Column
-Alexander county littMl, t'airn lota,
m liHiii'p lor St. I.nul property.
--A fine residence on turner llull-rnrik
nvciiiie mill Twenty-third street, nt a
I .HI hI II.
I Ik1 south IiiiII of tln 'Pilot' hnnsc at
HoihI t wo ftory luiek stiiliiHc for
tOIC' Bll'l nfllCC Oil 'olllllK'fcllli IIVI'IHK.
I tu con KleveMli rttel Twelfth.
It rick dwelling corner Ninctei ntli
tuid Poplar Micel.
Moon and lUtun-f, southwest curu
r Eighteenth street anil oiuincf lMl
ivi-iiiie, at a Imrg iin.
t'ottugp on Twellili street, we-t ot
'oiuuif-rclal avenue, $H.
liwcliin-: house on 1 'ro ltin t, wes
r.l W Htiinton avenue.
Two business hntt-cs on Levee "trect.
hliovf Kijhth, $! cnch.
Store room on 'oniincrcial nvcnuc,
vt to Wuvcrly hotel, Jill.
- Two story house on ( 'oiiiuicrciid av-
nii'. Two tenement Kiiit itilc tor shops
Store-room rorniT Twentieth anil
Poplar street, $12 fill.
Store room tidjuiiiln" above, J-.
I'p 'tain of house on ''otiinicreiul av
enue, near I'.lth Street. Suitable for
Tew ini-nts iiiiiiiImthiI fl, J ami lu
Winter' llow. fi mom em li for $10
r month. In llrst-class. order.
Orphan Asylum building und prcini-
. I'efil low, to B good ten tilt.
Store room, eomer Twentieth ami
W aliington avenue, f 12 a inontli.
IJooiih In various part, ol the elty.
-Huds, In tracts Ut suit, near Cairo,
Parish School Notice.
The next term of the ParMi S -liool
will Ix gin Motnlny, S-ptfinln r 4th, ami
1 ontiinie in session sixteen wh-U. 'J erm-",
l.i'lit I)oll;irs lor the eion, or fifty
eeiiti pr week always i-avaim.k is
ahvanck. There will Ikjuo oxtra eharies
for any utmly exeejit for the htmly ot
iiiu-ic. For instruction lu vocal aiel in-t-triiiiietitul
niuslc, the valuable fM'rvi'fS of
Mr. (J. . Hundrrson have leeu secured.
The Mim-fis of the tchool ha- been sueh
that t lie Hector deems it best to state,
that only a limited number of pupil can
le ai-commodutcd. lie will receive those
who apply flr'tfor admission, lie prom-!m-s
to all thorough Instruction In the
eommon Knj;ih fetudie, in the hioher
mathematics the natural wieiice'i, and
aNo in f.utin and Gn-ek.
t MAUI I S A. GlI UI.FtT,
I.allirr null Flnillnaa for I'anu.l'lirap.
rr I linn err Helwre foll In Intro.
I will from thW date m 11 leather find
limling ehearn-r than ever Ix'tore ofl'cied
I'.est Cincinnati oak wile I0rt..lb
lloward'H leat (laili'liti r
leather 31to: "
All other leatlier and ilmlms in pro
Mirtion. No. Wi Conimorcial avenue, be
tween Filth and Sixth streets, Cairo, Illi
nois i!'oti and shoes made up in the
latcKt ntylcs, and ot the best material and
jjimmI woi kmailiiii. Iiooti and elioes at
nilneeil price. And only tlui the best
St. ! .ouirt ciutom-madc and my own
make ol Uiot-s and f-hocs will be sold,
s-is-tf . K?i'll.
(;heinienl By W atUn.
OJIlee eorner Kiht Ftreet and Com
mercial avenue, in Keintrs building.
Silks Wool, half Wool Shawls etc.,
cleaned and dyed to any hhade or color,
tientlemen' elothin; dyed, cleaned, re
paired and put in thorough order. Satin
x H-dliu F. .Hi im tis ,v Co.
u to Ilie MuuMtMliiM ol' Colornilu
tiy the Atehinon, ToM ka iind SanU Fe
Itallroad, the new and popular line from
Atchi-uin and Kansas City via the bi'autt
fnl Ai'kniifaii Valley, to I'ueblo, Colora
do Springs 'el Norte, Trinidad, Santa
Fe and ull points in Colorado, New
Mexico and Arizona. Special round
ttip tickets to Denver, only $M, allow ing
stop-ofl jirlvllegeH both ways on the
main line, and ut Colorado Springs
.Mauitou and Pike' Peak. Low emi
v raut rate to the San .luan mines
Pullman J'aliice .Sleeping Cars between
the MUnourl Kiver and Kocky .Moun
tains, without change, ( lose connec
tions made at Pueblo with tralin for
lienver and Northern Colorado.
For maps time tables and the San
.Innn Cuidc," address
T. .1. AsrKKsos,
OVm. J'a. Ayf.,
7-Jstf Tol'UKa, Ks.
We w ill deliver our let lump coal on
C. and V. II. II. track in Cairo at :to per
car load of
I W KI.VK ro.su.
This coal has no bi i-KKioR for grates
am t household ues generally.
Aildre-9 all order lor coal to
liMKS A. Viau. it .,
Five 2ord lots
i'OAl I'AUAIUSK ASU lUli MtKUV !
Single ton $3 fit)
'J'lirei! " 3 25
Five " 3 Ot)
tJrders for stove w ood w ill be prompily
tilled. A choice lot of kindling 011 hand
by C. W. WiiKKi.mtttCo.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice Honor and the finest
brand of cigars.
Jos. UoNKaKR, Prop'r.
AXt'S KMES I-ft.
full SIIM-lr T.
We are anlhori.ed to announce .fiillN' II.
Ifi H'.I.NM N a a randnla'e lor slier 1 ft ol Alex
ander county, at llif comliix county ele linn.
We are authorised lo announce tint It. A. K.d
luundiion ! n independent Itcpnulican randl
dale tor sdii'iilf, al til1 euaiiins; roniitv election.
We are mithomcd to announce l'KTKU lAt'l",
fur hii independent candidate lor Sim iff of Al
fl.irnlir enmt , ut the ensiiinK count) election.
NT ATI. ATTnltNr.Y .
'TlH lli l.l.Ki it ! I'li'NM! announce that I
Kill a ctlldidille lor the ollice ol Mates Attorney
lul Ah'titidcr county hi Itie Novi-mlsT clcc
(l.)ll V . I'. Ml I kf .
t l! 1 7TTYr.lt k .
We are authorU.ed to announce Wit. MAM
W. M'l'HKKIHW a a candidate tor Circuit
I lerk of Alexander ronnty ut ill coming rounty
We are niillmiiH.1 lo iiihmh)'K JOHN ii,
II A KM AS' a a nimliilute lor the orlii of ( ii
rliit rli'rk of Alexuli'li r I'liimly ut Ihr nie;n
rioitity flprtiiiti .
W are H.itlr'-i i.r I to uiinniinri' .ImIIS
ItKKVK ui H 1 jinli.latr I'or I he iilliic ol I iiruit
t Ink Kt the Vovi uilx-r t li'i lion.
WtKrraiiihnririltnannouni'C W. r .l'l'l'l HI-.U
ax a i-nrnlM.ite lor tlir i.lU' ol ' t.uvml I U I k ol
A li'anlf r fount y at lh Vovriiiln-r i li i lion.
ASl'M.ilS I.OIlltK, NO. M.
Kiiiht of l' thiaH, ti;il-. every Krl
l.n inht at htll-iul hvvcii, lu Oitt-
riilMiVB' II. ill Hunt,
etianrvllor ( oiiinuiieU r.
AI.K.XANItKK I.OIH.K, NO '22.
Ilni--liillit Onlff or O.lrl-Kel-lovrn,
n-rn fvry I hlirMlay liihl
lit hull uart wvra, in their hall on
iiiiTii. r um iiih-, lu tWM'ii Mxth aii h4'vcnth
r-.-n S. A, l(Ko!i., .N li
'1AIKO KNI AMl'MKNT, I O. O. K.. nuvla
ixht-ri Uo' Hull ou Ihf Oral awl Unnl
1 11. ti. inrtt'i) month, at hall-pant vrn
A . ( lining, f
A ( A 1 1:) I.OIH.K. VO.lBff.A.r. 1A. VI.
H il'l rtyuinr 111 in un Kit i nn in Ma
oi,i(t Hull, Birirt ( ollilot-ri lal avenue
' r SBI,, t-.iv'iih flrtit, on lh wfoinl ami
'"iirth Mui.'l.iv ol imii month.
It A IK Ol' aii:uiisi.u.
I)"A11 tilln for fcilvrrtifciiiK, are 'lor ami Jisy
al.lt: IS AbV AH(
Tntnaient a-lvcrtiiiinK will imo-rtoi ut tin.
rat ol II "I er stjiiare lor the Drxl innertion
ami V crnlii for u:li uli-iiieiit one A lilwrul
(lifM-onnt will I luaile on hIhikIiiik ami 'lie. I
For iiuwrtin-r Kuneral notice tl (n Nutic of
in tiiiir of oe itiM if aii ret onlers ' rent lor
eai h iiuMTlion
Churrh, Society, Fiwtival ant fiitpix-r notif
Witt only be inaerti-.l mx u-lvcrtlM-iiu-iiM
So a'lvrtisinnt will be receivtit at U-s than
fy fnU, ami no aiivertiHement will ! InnrrtHl
for than three ilollan per nirn.lh
FI!I lA V, SEPT KM BKI 1.1, 1-7fi.
I.uenl Waalber Keporl.
CJIHO. tU.., Pept U, lTfi.
7 a in.
Uak. ! Tin. I Wind. ' Vat.
i t.' 7" I
.-.I II 0 I
31.' 7- I
Perk'eunt, Signal hervli-e. I'. A .
KememlMT the Presbyterian oeiblc
011 Thursday evening at the residem-e of
S. I). Avers K-'J. :it
For sale, a new top buo-oy ami a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irivis.
0-1 It f
Kememhcr the grand ball by the Tur
ners at Turner hall, Monday evening,
SeptemlxT 2"th, !' 12tt
l irt grand ball of the season by the
Cairo Turner Society, at the Turner hall,
September 2itb, ISTil. ft-12 tt
Kmbroideries at live, eight and ten
cents a yard for sale by O. Ilaythorn A
Co. Sec them and you will he sure to
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit farm ncar
Villa Kidge Station on the I Ilinois ( en"
tral railroad. Apply to l. Arikr,
:S-tf Cairo, 111.
Ladies who will call this week can
cure our two button kind glove, at
cents wr pair.
!i-!i-:u . IIavtih'iiis- A o
The opening hall ol the season will la
given ut Turner hall, Monday evening,
September 2.1lh, T-7t'. A good time is
anticipated and all are invited. !-Utl'
Young gentlemen and ladies who have
not, for so long a time, bad an opportun
ity to "trip the light fantastic," may do
so at the Turner ball, Monday evening.
September 2.1th, 17'. !-12tt
The business room, r.l Ohio levcc
lately occupied by I. Furubakcr, is va
cant and for rent ; also the ct liar and an
olllee up stairs, in same building. For
particulars apply to I'obert Smyth, 00
Ohio Icyce. if
An intelligent, educated irishman to
act as our agent. Address, Hatpin, Mc
Shane iV, Co., proprietors and publishers
Inih I 'nui u'a wci.ky newspaper, 1H2
Vine Ftreet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
The ladies ol the Presbyterian church
will give a sociable 011 Thursday evening,
September Mill, at the residence ol Mr.
and Mrs.s. 1). Ayer-son Walnut street.
The ladies w ill spare no effort to make
tlto evening pass pleasantly for all who
attend. The invitation Is general. 8t
The sei penlino corset clasp is the only
clasp ever made that is not injurious to
the form. They will not break, and w ill
bend to every movement of tiio body.
No lady will do without them that has
ever seen them. They are lor sale only
by the progressive house ol O. Ilaythorn
ifcCo. 0-0-1 w
People should remember that the new
stock of shoes and dry goods just opened
by O. Ilaythorn & Co. Is the largest and
cheapest ever opened In Cairo. They
were bought during the jrreat depression
in the markets of the Fast, aud will be
sold accordingly. Secure bargains while
you can. f--3tl O.lIiYTnoitN&Co.
t rend- (lock HnfMe,
I'cnnc' line French Clock will be
tallied fit Johnny Uatei' new Mloon Sat
urday cv'enitrg Sept., IfUh, at S o't lock.
A splendid eliame for a parlor time
The In Kt violin, guitar and bius strings
in Hie 1 it and musical instrument, of all
kinds can be obtained of K. ,V W. Under,
corner ol Kighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos aiel organs
a M-claiity. ii-M-lf
llnna I lie lenleat '
The Cairo ami Vineeimes railroad, al
ways ahead in bringing down rati s have
Chtabllshed the tollowing centennial and
round trip rates to New York and Phila
delphia, the tickets giving passengers the
privilege of going by one route and n
turning by another : To New ork,
Philadelphia, via New Y oik, ?."!; Phila
delphia. $.'!7. For further particulars, see
circulars ol this date.
Mr. I ii!.-t:ive iVet.el ha ing returned
to t 'airo, ba fitted up his old rooms cor
ner of Kighth tn-et and Commercial
avenue, as a tirt-class photograph gal
lery, w here he will I happy to fee hi
old friends and patrons, as well as scores
ol new ones. All orders in the picture
line will be executed ill flr'tilas style,
and at prices to uit the times. Mr.
Wetel still adheres to his old principle,
"sati-factioti or no charge.'" s-31-lm.
Lookout for limiM-iine flnrfcnfim
At. Solomon Parcira's, 1 12 and 111 Com
mercial avenue, which will arrive soon,
as Mr. P.. Wiel, who is the buyer of this
lirm. has left to buy a new and Iresh sup
ply of dry goods notions, clothing; and
furnishing goods hats, caps, trunks and
valises, hoots ami sho-s, which I will sell
as I have done heretofore cheaper than
the cheapest. Therefore don't forget to
call, as it will pay you to trade at Solo
1 12 and 1 1 1 Commercial
A l.'ad'e-al pow-wow and barbecue
announced to take place ut what is know n
as the '.M ethodi-t burch" on the nar
row gauge railroad, about seven miles
aboye this city. The speakers an
nounced are Col. Foster of Commerce,
Missouri, John i)adney, James Knott,
W. T. Scott, (. W. Tamer, ol. Shaver
and other colored gentlemen. The
barbecue will take place on
Friday, S ptctnls r 22d. The posters
announce ""that any reectablc
Democrat who w i-hes to will be allowed
to speak, and may be assured that he
will receive courteous treatment.
Removed lo New More
Mrs. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
has removed from her old stand on
Kighth street, to Winter's lilock, corner
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and increased
facilities. She is now receiving new
goods from the diffeit-ut trade centers,
kipping a much larirer and more varied
stock on hand than formerly. Iiuying
goods in larger quantities, the can sell
at much lower prices, guaranteeing satis
faction in every instance, both .19 to her
work and the quality of goods.
Mr. Win. Popp, a member of General
Simpson's engineer corps, arrived in the
city on Tuesday evening, and on Wed
nesday began a survey of the river banks
in the vicinity ol the new leyee. We
learn from Mr. Popp that the object of
the survey is to ascertain w hat changes
have taken place in the river since the
survey made in February last. On his
return to headquarters at Sr. Louis, Mr,
Popp will make his report, which will be
forwarded to Washington for the infor
mation of the department there. He ex
pects to complete his survey by Saturday
Xollee Keopeiieil .
Mrs. S. Williamson, the leading milli
ner ot Cairo, lias concluded to bring on
a line lot of millinery goods w hich she
knows w ill suit her many customers.
Mrs. Williamson's reputation as a mil
liner has long been known in thi city
and surrounding country, and she takes
this method of informing them that she
just received a large lot ol the latest
st les ol hats, flowers and trimmings.
She is thankful for past lavors and soli
cits the patronage ot her old customers
and as many new ones. She also bleached
and shipe hats in the latest styles,
Mrs. F. Korsetneycr is at Dixon
Springs, Pope county.
Alderman McGanley lett for Philadel.
phia this morning. Ho will he ubsent
about two weeks.
Mr. Greer of tho linn White A Greer,,
left for the east yesterday, lie will visit
New York, Philadelphia and I'.oston be
fore bis return.
Mr. Kdwurd Under, of the firm ol Un
der Urot hers, jewelers, uccoinpauied by
his wife, left the city for Philadelphia
and the centennial on Wednesday.
Mr. Jas. Ilarclay, Miss Fannie,
daughter ol P. W. ISarclay, and Mr.
Wilkinson left the city yesterday morn
ing by the Cairo and Vlncenncs road for
Capt. W. P. llalliday and family, alter
spending a month or six weeks in Wis
consin, returned to their homo in this
city yesterday morning. During his
stay in Wisconsin Capt. llalliday visited
the celebrated salt works of lhat state,
making notes of all new machinery em
ployed, methods of operating tho wells,
etc. The captain combines business
M. J. McGauley is proprietor and solo
manufacturer of Wood s Pills, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed in ull cases, lie employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his drug store, No. 3tW
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
50 cents per dozen. Sent I"y mall pos
tage paid. ' 8-10mJIiu
A t rnleiMitnl trip
t'.. : . .. 1i lu'i
I II 1 1. s . 1. I'll A, r"('i . IW, !
Knit'OK lit 1 1 r.l in : One muriilpfr. In
the early part of September we found
oursclvrs all 'iiiclunati on our way cast.
'I looking that, it would, perhaps te our
last opporl unify to visit eastern ( Hie,
we had penciled n snitabla programme
by which we might make as much out ol
our journey as possible.
doing to the ticket ollice o the l!alri
more ami; OlSn. 'railroad, wc o'-talmda
live-day I icU f iller that route to 1'hila
delphin. We stcpiei aboard th. train
ami secured chairs in (he parlor ear just
as the cms began to roll out of the de-1
pol. lu the car we spent our time study
hij? w "Centennial Oulde" until we ar
rived at Chillicothc, where dinner was
served to the hungry passengers. The
train crossed the Ohio at Par
kersbnrg ami nrtived . at . liratton
at. lu p.m. From this point
we soon reached the beautiful
"Mountain Scenery" of which we had a
fine view, it being a bright moon light
We passed Harper's Ferry about, day
light mid arrived al Washington at 7::Ki
a.m. Here we concluded to stop over a
At I he "St. Marc'" we engaged rooms
lor the night.
From '.) to 0:30 a.m., the po-t ollice de
partment and patent Olllee occupied our
attention -specially the numerous models
ol printing presses in the patent ollice.
Taking the street cars lor the Mt. Ver
non packet al 0:30 a.m.. ami arriving
there a lew moments belore its departure
we secured passage lor Mt. Vernon.
The little .-teamer was crowded with
some three hundred people, and one
boat leaving a half hour sooner had
about double that number of persons
lor same place.
The majority of the people on our boat
looked as if they belonged to the "jolly
kind," but as we approached the Mt.
Vernon. wlmrf, all conversation was
hushed and sadness seemed to be with
At Mt. Vernon we spent two hours in
passing through the old residence and
Here was once Washington's study
his camp equipage. There the model and
key of the famous French prison ; here
shrubs, the roots of which are over one
hundred years old ; and there a tree
which Washington had planted, and
here the silent grave. So on from object
to object we went, until our time had en
At 4 p. in. we were again in Washing
ton, the first move being for the presi
dent's mansion. Arriving here we were
admitted into what is known as the "east
room," w here w saw the place the pres.
idem' daughter stood when being mar
ried. Next the '-blue room" had onr atten
tion. This room is generally used bj
the president and his w ife as a reception
room. The furniture aud small orna
ments are very pleasing to the eye.
Next came the "green room." Here
we received dt'scriptions of the large
portraits adorning the w alls. The lurni
ture ol this room see med to be pretty well
worn, but the guide informed us that
"this room would be refitted after the elec
tion ot Gov. Hayes."' He also informed
us that "this was about the programme."
Walking through the grounds we
crossed the street, and after taking a
view of the park w e visited the treasury
department. There was but little ol in
terest here and our next move w as for the
capitol. Here we could obtain nothing
but an exterior view, it being too late for
admittance. This finished our day at
Washington, and early next morning we
were on our way to Philadelphia, (with a
train of fifteen passenger cars, all
crowded) where we arrived at 1:10 p.m.,
Kvery place in this city Is either a
hotel, restaurant, or codec house, and we
had no trouble in finding accotnnio !a
We had a lull view of the surrounding
country as far as the eve could extend
this morning from George's Observatory,
situated on George's Hill, adjoining tin
We expect to remain here one week,
during which time we expect to do the
exhibition, and then start for the famous
watering place, Cairo, ny the way of New
York and Niagra. Novkmv Pi:kss.
The jury in the case of the People 1 tc.
vs. William Sander and William Baker
returned a verdict hist night, found the
defendants guilty, and also finding them
to be between sixteen and seventeen
year of age, too old to ho sent to the
reform school, and too young to go to
the penitentiary. Accordingly .ludge
ltaker sentenced them lo thirty days each
in the county jail.
The next case was that of the People
vs. John McCarthy, charged with killing
John Kucklcy, by kicking him in the
stomach. On account of the absence ol
important witnesses the prosecution ap
plied fur a continuance, which was de
nied by Judge Ilaker. The court then
entered an order tor tlm discharge ot the
The next case was the People vs.
Joseph Topping, charged with an assault
with Intent to murder. This was being
tried at the adjournment ol court.
On Saturday last a sad casualty oe
eurrcd at a place known as 1 (catty's Hol
low, in this county, some live miles north
west of Goleonda, resulting in the death
ot ono man and seriously injury ing an
other. It had been arranged to have a
horse race at the Hollow, aud t the timo
appointed quite a crowd had assembled
to witness it, while certain preliminaries
were being argued, two young men pres
ent concluded to let their horses run
through the track for amusement. When
near the outcome one of the horses "Mew
the track," throwing his rider. Win.
Wheeler, and striking his liead agalust
a tree that stood near tie track, bursting
his head open and kllllig him almost in
stantly. Mr. neeier is saiu 10 nare
bornfc a 1-5-ood character h the coramttnity
Where he resided. He leaves a brother
and widowed mother l mourn his loss.
The Injury to the other man, llesick
Wilkin, was caused a we are Informed ,
by his horse coming lu contact with a"
loose colt that happened to get on the
track, and which caused Iheraio horse
to stumble and throw his rider to the
Cairo. In.., Sept. 1 1, ls7t.
The mat ket In nearly all its branches
ha Neii dull since the date of the last
Dhtte of the pHtr-u Citrevt. While
there has been a lair trade in a few arti
cles others have been slow sale and hard
to dispose ol. The weather has been cool
and pleaoant, though a good rain would
not be amiss just at this time. The streets
are dry and very dusty.
i.are? for ireigm, nv river are un
In the ilour market sales have been nu
merous, though generally In s.nall lots
Few sales of strict ly choice were made, and
the supply on h and is fully equal to the
demand. In the lower and medium
grades there is a fair trade, with a supply
aOout eii.il to the cnll.
mere is very nine doing in the hay
market. Strictly choice, is scarce and
conies in very slowly, though there is a
good demand tor It. 'I here Is an over
stock of an inferior quality on the mar
ket, and It. is almost impnssjMo to work
Corn Is dull with a very light demand.
There is very little in the market.
flats are In good supply, with liiuiled
inquiry, though prices have advanced
2;3 cents since the date of our last re
port. Choice No. 2 would sell n adily.
Trade in meal is very light, witli
prices about the same as last quoted.
Bran is plenty, with slow sale.
The supply ot butter is about equal to
the demand. Choice Northern sell
readily al good prices.
Strictly fre-.h eggs are taken on arrival
it good prices. The market is compar
atively ban-, with a good demand.
Choice apples are in demand. Ship
pers should take pains to put them up in
clean new barrels, Hour barrel size The
trouble in disposing of apples is attribut
ed to the fact that they are shipped in
old dirty barrels. Shippers w ill Iind that
they will make money by following our
advice in this matter.
Peaches come in slow ly and sell at
prices quoted in last issue.
Poultry is in good demand with very
little in the market.
foiOur friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually tor
sales from tirst hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and lor broken lot.s it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Sales reported since the dale of our
last issue were 200 bbls various grades,
$1 2.yi.0 50: 500 bbls various grades,
3 50; 100 bbls various grades, $3 50e
C 00; 200 bbls various grades, $3 50(..
0 50; 200 bbls various grades, $3 003 7.1;
Only tlour made from good sound wheat
There is very little doing in this branch
of trade. The market Is full ot inferior,
and it is diftieult to dispose of. Choice
hay is scarce. and in demand, and would
bring good prices. A lew sales were re
ported, though they were of a very infe
rior quality, and sold at bottom prices.
The bottom seems to have fallen out
ot the corn inarkct. There is apparently
no demand for it, and sales are lew and
lar betw een.
There is a light supply of oats on the
market, while the demand is lair. Choice
No. 2 would sell readily at good prices.
Sales reported were 1 car, Southern Illi
nois, 30 cent? ; 2 car?, Central Illinois.
There ij very little doing in this branch
of tlie market. The demand is very
light. There is a fair supply In the mar
ket. Prices remain about as last quoted.
Sales reported were: 1.10 bbls., city
meal. J2 30Ci2 3.1; 100 bbls.. country,
?2 2.1(5 2 30
Bran is in good supply, and unusually
quiet ; loo s.n-ks sold at $10 .10.
The supply of butter i about equal to
the demand. Strictly choice northern
sells readily at good prices. 200 lbs
sold at liaise; 200 lbs at lS(o 20c; 0 tubs
northern, 20(o 21c; 10 tubs choice South
ern Illinois, lVu ;-.20e; .1 tubs choice north
The market is hare, and the demand
active, fiooil liesn eggs are taken on ar
rival, at good prices. 5 cases sold lit 1.1
There is a fair demand for poultry.
Old liens are worlitllper do.cn, and
young chickens from $1 50 to 512 .Hi. ac
cording tn sle. Three coop hens sold
at $3; 4 coops r-pring chickens -.old al
$1 7."o '2 .10.
Choice red in large barrel sell prompt
ly and at good prices ; but those put up
in small, scconc'-'iand barrels are hard to
dispose of. Sales reported were 20 bar
rels choice red, at $2 2.1.
We quote salt in ear load lots, $1 .10;
less than car load lots, $1 75.
HIDES AND Fl'KS.
SiiKKi- Pklts Green 7.1e(ii) $1 21 ;dry
J0(u) HOo shearings 10 (j 20c.
Fl its Beaver No. I 2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3$l; No. 4 50c. Otter-No.
I G ; No. 2 fl ; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 00c;
No. 4 10c lhiecoou No, 1 70e ; No. 2
40o ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
I 8.1c No. 'J tide; No. 3 :i0e: Vo. l.V.
Fox Gray No. 1 l ; No. 2 7."ic; No. 3
50o ; red lox No. l l ;
No. 2 7oc,
OnossuuiNo. 1 IIH: o. 3 tvi ; .No, a,
5c' Muskrat-No. ride; No. 2 ISe; No.
3 10c. Wear No. I $10; No. 2 7 No. 3
$3; No. 41. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$i 60; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 7;V;.
I'rairie Wolf-No. 1 $ 1 23 ; No. i 60c,
Wild t'ut 25e. House Cut ltK Ua ler
We quote rtrodi5 Mt. Cnrbon or
track, lump,.$3; nut, $2; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75
dclivcred per single ton, lump, $ I ; nut
$3 2.1; I'niim or Harrishiirg coal on
track per load, lump, til ; nut. $10 ; de
Iverrd per ton. $3 .si; Pittsburg per
ear loails on Irack, ,i si -wr ton rinie
ton. delivered, fO.
A No. I l.tvnnilr)-.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishment in the city, and land
lord ol hotels and boarding house w ill
tiud it to their advantage to call upon
her. ller prices are as follows: Hotel
and boarding house washing 7.1 cent
per dozen. For piece work prices are n
follows : Single shirt ami collar, 1.1c;
two shirts and two collars, 2.1c; per doz
en. S0c; socks 5c; two collars, 5c; two
handkerchief, fie ; vest. 20e : and all
gentleman'! wear, Nde. per dozen. La
die plain calico dresses, SI. 2.1 perYm.en;
calico dresses v i!h extra trimmings', 51 h-;
w bite dresses, SI. 2.1; ladies! underwear,
fine or course, SI per docll. 0 2-tl.
.1. i.cor-ic Ntcliilioiiie.
on Eighth street, two door from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
tashioiiable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else hi the hiii'l-cr line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or ilrej-eil.
cither at the shop or their homes.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTI0K.
Pi lots in block 3d, first addition to the
ily of 'airo.
Lots 5 to 12, and 2.1 to "2, inclusive.
Sale on the premise, 3 o'clock p. 111.,
SepteuilM-r lilt li, l7'i.
Title ('iinriiiilceal-Sitilc l'oolllve.
Terms One-half each and one-half in
twelve months with six per cent., secur
ed by a mortgage 011 the premises.
WlX'ITIl & Sikwaim,
" W hen is .1 man not a man?" When
he is shaving. Perfectly true, that, but
unless he uses B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap
nobody will answer for the condition of
his pores ufterthe operation. Be warned
in tune, then, and he thanklid for the
vakii'ty h rout:.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Close
Corner 19th St. and Commercial At.
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
II A. Mi S.
City National Bank
W'. I. HAi.MDAY, President.
HKN'KY L IIAI.I.IOAV, Vice Tredt.
A. II SAr r'OHl-, I'Arhier.
VVAl.TKIt HYSI.Of. AsVl Cashier.
(TATS TaTI.OB, tt. If. CPfMMOIIAII,
I.. IIALLIIIAV, W. I'. IIAI.I.IUAY,
I). I l.l.l AMBoN, Sltl'IIXS llllin,
A . II, Saikoiio,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKl'OSITS riTpive.1 and a Kenerul Jhanking
Self, Vice I'ava't.
11. Wells, t'u.-.iiler.
I . .1. Uerlll, ASnt. anil'
Corner Coiutacrclul A' and Uth Strct
r . Il.o.-m, t aim. Win. Kluge, Cairo.
I'. Veil, I uiro. Wm. Woll'e, Cuim.
1 . Siinuiiku, Cuiro. IM,. Ililliiignli.y.vt l.oiiis.
' . II ii. O r , I uiro 11. W ells, ( uiro.
K. II. Ilrinkmiin. M. Louis,
I. V . Icm.-on, l 'Hlilouiu.
t.piieiul Hun 1.1 lit; lliislikpita Hone,
g I'I'xchungc sold and bought. Inlerest paid
II the ;IVIUIC I ep:il I lllent . ollcctiolia IliUtte,
lid all I, 'Hill ess pl'olupllv ulll llded to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A. II SArKOUli, 1'n-si.lcnt.
s. H 'f l.i IK, ice I'residcut.
W. IMSl.Ol', hec'y and Treasurer.
llAUCLAV, t HAS. 1'aI.IUIIIK,
Nrocan.icrii, 1'Ai tli. hcui u,
CtKMNOIIAU. II. L. llALLlUAY,
J. M. 1'ltIU.lr.
ISTKKKST paid on depoaiu at the rate ol six
IHTOt-ut. ruuniuu, March 1st and Supleiu
ter 1st. Inhmat uot withdrawn in added imiua
lialely to Ihe priucipal ot tlie UrpuaiU, tuvrvhy
liviUK tneiu cuiuuuuud Uilerwt.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
elae oan draw it.
Open CYiiry buameaaday ftotnau m. lo S p.m.
a J saiurday evuu fur aavui-f dejK-eiU onl-f
rom.U. o'clock. 8T8LOITrMaw.
Mothers can sernre lienllh for th- irrhil
ilrrn ami rest fur tlieniselveii hy Hie ine" nft'ai
l"r, a ix-i fect utiKtitnte for Cantor Oil. If it
alisi lim-ty harming, met l a pleasant to take
as homy. Kor Wln.l-r.illlc innr itomarh,
worm or constipation, lor ynnf or old, thera
i nothing In existence like it. It In certain, It
is siveeily. it g rlii n
Caked Breasts, Ktimimtism, aria-
lu, swciliiiKS .rain. stiff Jolnl, Imrna
scal l-t oisiiioin ljits. anil all (lesh, l.one aiel
muscle ailments, run l alMolntely cmeil by the
OntHiir liniment. What the .White Liniment
i.-i for tin- Immiin family, the lellnw l.inimtnt
in for Hpn vlneit -rallt'4 nn'l lump lmrea ami ani
Mierlir a Mnle.
I'y virtue l' an execution to me (loo ted by
the clerk "1" the circuit court of Alexander
count) , in the State of Illinois, in lnvor of fcl
li'ii uli-h anil ait'lh" lleriiHtil Smyth, I have
lev ie I upon Hip oowing tipaciilieil -jioiierty,
to w it:
l."tstiuiiilK-re. twelve (li) ami thirteen (li) la
hlock niimliprpil two (); the undivided one-halt
C.,)ot lot numlieied pi-ht (n) lu hlock mine
In-red twenty even (-.'7;; the undivided one-halt'
('...) id' lot nuinlM'rcd evi nlpen (17) und eifrh
l.tii (I") in hlock inimliered thirty (Hi), all in
I he city ol'i'uiro, county of Alexander ami State
of Illinois. Al-o lot immlM-reil vcvrn (T) In
Mock numlM-rcd twenty-Mi (it;, lot numbered
I lute (.) in I, lo.k nuiiihcred lorty-tlve ct lot
luimlipipd thiriy-spven (a7) in Mock numbered
lorty-Fi-ven (17), lot nnioUrcd ten U") in Mm k
uii'iilii-reil eighty three (s:i. ihe lease hold lr
tcicit in und to lot numtieml eiht (s) in Mm k
iiiimlxip 1 eighteen (Is), toirether with the
hud linp mid lniirociiieiit nitiinteil thereon,
nli Hid, I ltd n icnl ione.l lots and hlocks hciug t
tmti'd in the llrcl addition to the city oft aim. In
the county of Alexander mm! Main if Illinois, ua
Ihe properly of the faid llernnrd Smyth, which
I slm 1 1 oiler .it puhlic, naif at the South west door
of Ihe I onrt lloiiaein the city of Cairo, in tin
county of A Icxiindei jaml .-lale o Illinois, on the
I - ' 1 1 a diiy of Scptcnil-cr, A. I'., lsT'i, at the hour of
eleven o'clock, a.m., lor I'hIi, to fatiifv mod
execution. AI.I-.X.ll f If VIN,
Sheriff of Alexander ouutv, III
f 'iiiro. Ills. . Au'.'11-.t 2',lh. Is7-I. ' d-td
I'.y virtue of an execution to me ilii-rcted
hy tin- Clerk of tho Circuit Court of Alex
ander Cc.ur.ty, in the State of Illinois, in
lavor of Bernard M. Miwius ami against
.lames A. Kry, 1 liavo levied upon the tol-1-)W
ing ilcHcritied propet ty, in f'irt Addit
ion to tlio City of Cairo, in the County ot
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit :
All of tho riirlit. title and interest of said
.lames A. Fry it) and to lot numtitred thir
teen (Ml lu lilock numliered forty-seven (47)
which I pIikII otter nt pjblle sa'e at the
South-west door of the Court House in the
City ot Cairo, in the County of Alerander
ami state, ot Illinois, on the With day ot Sep
tember, A. 1., is70, at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. 51., for cash, to satisfy aalU ex
ecution. Ai.k.v. II. iRV'tN,
Sberifl' of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., August 2l, 187(1. (Ul
I'y virtue of an execution to me directed hv
the ilc k ol the circuit conn of Mavne
rounty, in the State id Illinois, in favor ol' Wil
liam shaeffer and against Klleu Trousdale, I have
levied upon the foliuwinjr iteacrilied property,
I.ts numlH-red one (I), two (i), three C).
four (I), live (".), six (II), seven (7) and ei(tht (s),
ull in block numlierad ten (I"), in Ihe Ihinl ad
lition to the eitvol airo. in the county or Alex
under and stateof Illinois, an. the prirty of the
d Mien i rou.tiiule, which 1 slmu oiler at punuc
sale at the South-west door of the ( unit ilouxe
in the city of . airo. in the couty of Alexander
and .State of lllinoiii.on the K.thdayor September
A. i , is,',, at tne nour ot eleven o'clock, a.m. ,
fort arh, to cut I h I'y aaitl execution.
Al.hA. If. IUV1N.
Sheriff Alexander County, 111m.
uiro, Ills., Auimsti'.th ls70. d-td
How To Nuke JHone).
We will ntute that the nurest, best and
speediest w ay to "'multiply and Increase"
U to call at No. 1'iAVall street. New York,
ami consult with Alex Frothingtiain A Co,
Tliee gentlemen, who have loin been
Identilit-U with, the history and ull airs of
Wall street, are unusually skilled in mone
tary atl'tlrc, and in everything appertaining
to speculation, are unexcelled lor ability
and proliciency. It may also be aid that
of tho many ISrokera in that city they are
not only the most popular, but also the
most successtul, best patronized, and most
widely known in or near tlte vicinity of
Anion the customer ot the house of
Alex Frothinghaui A Co., are fcome 0' our
leading and representative citizens, who
arc mainly Indebted to the labors of this
linn lor much of the wealth they now enjoy.
Dui'iie; the Ion'' and cuccossful exper
ience of Messrs. Alex. Krotbinj-bain Si Co.,
in tiiis city they have earned forthemaelvca
an enviable reputation for honesty, Integ
rity and faith, and enjoy a business almost
eolosHal in its proportions. In fact, the
amount of business doue by this house lu
the course of a year U aoniethinir wonder
ful, and otten forms the subject of com
incul. It needs but a viit to their spacious
ollioes in Wail street to prove the truth of
the above statement.
flow they manage to convert $10 to f'.'i),
?Jo to frro, $40 into if so, nnd so 011, Is a
secret which thev alone can explain ; but
that tbey succeed in doina- so Is a lact too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
would sately and profitably Invest your
money, do not hesitate to favor this firm
with your cah and confidence. That by so
lining' you will reap an abundant reward,
thu experience ot thousands ot our best
citizens attest. The necessity of taking
such a course in these time of tottering
banks and financial stringency must be ap
parent to tho most indifferent and careless
iloTs- Alex. Frothinliam Co., are
picpnred to invest money to auy amount in
the best securities, aud In every transac
tion in which they may be engaged guar
antee entire satixtaction to those v ho honor
them with their patronage.
I tT"Send tor their Explanatory Circular
and Weekly Reports, which they mail free
to all who desire them. A'. J', if'
r.i', Aj-rll Hi. IsTti. T-lS-ecdolu'
' Mrs. C. McLean,
wi pa TEna
I. A Id.
K siock ot' Millinery and laucy
.oodn. A li.M-cliiss Midiuery Moiv lu
ciny usct. u-ivsiu
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoo Maker,
II;is re-ii-K'tietl his cs-lalilishineiit ill the
Where can be found ait extra tine stoi'k
of uiod in hi. line.
Hive .loues a call. M9 tf-
Whulecale and IUU1I Pealere Id
Foreign and Domeatio
Wl.VF.M OF AIsIs MIXUM,'
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MBSSE9. MITTII CO. bare eo-ulaaUf
Urge stock ot lh be rU i
ket, iti fit e eepeelal -Mlcutkia talk sevlaaaJ
mark ol UM biunatea.