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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1875
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
Ohsbrtkr's OKKicn, Cairo, III., J
October 23, 10:11 P-m-i l7'
JBrometer, fflij'M deR-rets.
Thermometer, 82 degreei.
Wind northiait. Velocity 0 miles ptr
hour.
Weather clisr
Maximum temperature tor last St h"i
M UtKreti:
Minimum temajratre tot tho last W hours,
24 degree.
Prevailing wind for Inst 'U boar, welt.
Total number of mllfi traveled by "i"1
during lut 21 hours, 403.
Edwin Uaiilamd,
Observer Sluna! Hervlce, U.S. A.
obn y. liarroan. Cbas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. IIAKMAN & CO.,
BBAL ESTATE
i.tt
HOUSE AQ-BNTS
KLLKOTOR3
CONVKYANOKRS,
NOTARIES PUBLIC
And t..nd ARenl" of the 1 llnols Centra
nd llurlluiflou and Mlsaourl Railroad com
paulea. os-sk Catr. talk Ml. Wblo I-
CaIBO, iLUKDl'.
Ufler lor sale at lovr dures and eaay term
the tollowiii;,' real oatate :
-No. 15 lot lu the "Rldije Block" run
nifiK through tlie block iruin Kllteci.th to
Mxiruiilli aireeta, lest residence propcrt)
lu ibo city. I.'jU !t and t It 4,5, I'll) , aah
lligtou atenue, between thirteenth ami
Fnuriei iitli sirt-eta, weal aide jfuotl twu
Kir) dwelling bouo on t'tx'h lul h
aud 0, 'IJ.pIii'iis' the lait belore named.
Lot II. b iJ, city, on fiUtli Uf:t, aoiitli
side, lietrtcuu Commercial aud aibllitftoii
aveuuea.
o i ljt 7 and 8, b SS. corner ol Knur
teeutb aud I'uplar alreela, Irunt on Poplai
street, west side, oppoalU- poat-ollloe block
No ii splendid bualuens hulldlui;, real
delicti In aecoud tor), t rootiia, ball and
trout and rear alalrway. wateroii both llour
lu number one condition: nUiialed on north
neat comer ol Commercial aveuila aud
Twelltb itreet. A treat luralu II sold
OOII
No 4 tot 4, b t.'. CoinmercI.il avenue,
between i-'uiirlh an I Filth atreeta. I1 'lit
h 2 1, on W.lilii'lou avenue, between I iltli
kud Sixth atreeta.
.No ft sir lou In b t'i, 1st ad. lUi'i
ground, iiajeacb on eaiy payments.
Noli Loll l. and 'i, in o 6 nurlli corner u
Tentb and Levee streets. U'at bu-liiea loca
tion In the city term-, t-ii-y. I.oU'JI. Wuiih
Hint lU, Ut ad. ,oUtb corner ol 1'weiitlelh
and Poplar streeta. Alao tlirr lut lucutin
houie block, Irontln on I'uplar atrect.
Mo 7 1oU IS and I'J, b 1t aouth aide o'
Twenty-nrat atreet, oujioelte "Couveni
2lock " very dealriibU lor reildenc pui
yttrtt, cheap. , ,
.So Ten nl the cbolctit lot, In block
IT, laladdltlou, atxit (trade, beailtliul re,
deuce location, n ill be sold at a treat bar
gain. We call particular attention to thi
jjroptrtf ai It will be aold rery low.
Nov That elegant residence on dsTinlh
triel, owned by Capt. Ilurd, lioutltiK T.i
feel on Seteiitb atmet, aud running back
SO Net to Until. Tbl property la well
known to the citUeuaot Cairo and lcllilty
n ol lh aiuat louiplete aud convenient
reildencea In the city. It hat all the cou
veulencci ppertaliituf to a firat-cl houie.
Tbt gronnJa are highly euibelilrhed wlih
select aliiubbery and fruit iu abundan e;
earrlagt noiiae, table aud outbuildiiigalimt
clau. UwIuk f the rtinoTal ol Capt. Ilurd
tblt property will be (old at a Kieat bargain
ueaiy termi. AUo twolotaou comer '1 bird
street aud Mlaaiaslppl leee. Th l.-vci
t.ulldlnir, formerly occupied by Capt. Hum,
la b3, oblo levee, "9priUfcld UJock," lor
enU
No IS Aa elegant reildence with four lot
la b 47, cliy lor sale very cheap It a., Hi
to. Illih ground, and prsuilies In a No
1 coudltlon.
No 11 a So. 1 cottsf n r'oirth atnet
between VhlnRtu avenue and Walnut
itreet. Alao two iota running from K'.intli
t Mllh atreeta very dealrable property.
No li Ni-w two-S'ory dwel inj,' lu prlinr
order, on l.nciit street, bighot grunud in
the city, two lots. I'rice 91 30J.
No 13 An elega.nl rcaldence wllh about
three acreaof ground, covered with ull kind
r e!u't trull and shrubbery, in Hauta K
fer Sale cheap.
k KIN CIUXCK TOR I.MTKiTMtST.
Ws have lor -ale or lens vacant and Im
proved property In all portions ol the
:lty Ais.i oeri,W0 acres of unimproved
tnds In Alexundcraud I'ulavkl coun.les, at
extrtm ly low tlguree, and In tracts 'o uli
purchaeri. Wu are agent- for tbt Illinois
Ceutral railroad land' in this and l'ulaikl
eouutles 11 il road lauds not sold prior to
Jiiivrraber next will past lulo other haada.
tiow la it e time to pup-bate.
IUIURANT1 Til Tilt QHEIT WIlT.
We are the agents ol the Uurllngion and
Ml-iouri Hiilioid coiiipjny, who oOi r to
sa e In lwa and Nrbra-ku millions of acre
I the lift laiul on the continent, on ten
year credit. 6 per cent, itittreat. Mapi,
pauip'ali'l-, circulars and all ni-cfary lulor
dation relative to tho-s lands and bow te
reach tnem filrnlahed upon application.
Call at oni'e and i x.iiulnn for vourlves. A
ply to JOHN Q,. IIAUMAN k CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee its., Cairo, Ills.
Ju'-s 7. la'a.
BUTCUKM.
HYLAND & SAUEK,
AND DKALIkl IX
CHOICE FUESH MEATS
s Or KVKHY DESCltll'TlON,
Corner 10th utreut and Commercial avenu
next dour to the Uylatid saloon.
11-Utf. OA1HO. ILLS.
JACOB WALTEH,
BUTCHBB
AND UKALKR IN
FF ESH MEAT,
RiaiTn 8tubit, BarrwRCN WAHuiaToV
AVSCOUUIROIAL AtIBUIS,
sialjstsilast Kl'lentaosian nail Hnnny's
Kp the bsst or Beet, Pork, Mutton Vi
Lamb, Sausage, ate., and are prepared lo ami
jltisans la Ujsi unal aneeptaM mannor.
JOHN BM1TH,
(laceeisor to James Kynaston,)
Btjtobbb ahd Dialhr ih all Kikpi ot
Frhsk Kkats,
Corker Nnnrriimi and Poflar 8ts.,
CAIitO. ILLINOIS.
Uuys and slaughters only the heat f.Mlle,
hog and sheep, and Is prepared to fill aay
lemiDd for fresh meati from one pound to
ln thmiaand nnunds
K. 0. PACE & CO.,
reiwAiim
a x i '
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DIALS! IX
HAT,
CORN,
OATS,
FLOUK AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
AXNOUKOEMENTS.
FOB COUNTY JUDGE.
We am nulhoriied to announce tbal
F. linusa will be a candidate for the office
ut County Judge of Alexander euunty.
We ero autbnrlaed to anaouncs that W.
M. Mul'UKTCKt will boa candidate for
ibo office uf Count; Judeof Alexander
Cftunly.
FOH COUHTV OI.EKK.
We aro autborlted to announce thai
Jaxu O. Ltncu will be a caodtdato for
Uuuniy Clerk.
Editor Uulljstik Pleaso aanounce
my nam ins u candidate for the ofllce ol
county clerk. JoltN 0. Cltowtei.
Wo are authorized to announce Jojiru
V. I;aviso.i as a candidate fur the otlico
5f county clerk, at the eniultig Norember
uloctlon, subject to the decision uf the
voters of Aleiandir county.
FOR CwUN: 1 V TKEAsJUKEK.
WouruaUthoriKvd to announeu Joint 11.
Uos.iUAa a candidate for the olllc of
county treasurnr.
KuiToR or Tim Uullbtik You will
pluaee nliliouncu my name at tbo -nple s
CHtididate lor county treasurer, at lbs nn
iUliig November election. Intetidltig und
leairiiiK to lervo the people, 1 hopo to be
electeil by the peoplu.
8-vuid William Martiv.
COUNTY & U 1 K R I N T K N DENT
k urn auihoritud lo Announce. Tiin
J. La wne.scr. a n candidutn for th otUce
ol county aupuriiiteudutii of rchooii,
Wr ore aU'horlz)d to announce Mrs. S.
H. Ilrown, of Tnubei precinct, m a candi
lalu lor luperinlendeiit ot ishooli.
1'lkamc announce me as a cnndiilato fur
Su erinieiidcnt ul Public Imiruutiou of
Aluxatider county. .
Men. T. A. Tatlor.
Wk am authorig il ii announce II iram
F. I'urSAU, of ll..iewool, al n calidl
into for county supurintcndeiit of public
inilrucllun.
COUNTY COMMLSalONKn.
We ar autboriz'd to anniiunco Dr.
Al.CHKb W .McUkk of Clenr Crotik, ai a
cuLdidaio fur county commiiiiuner of
Ak-iiiidur county, at thoouiuiti; Novem
ber election.
I hereby announce myiMf si a candi.
dntn for the olUco f co inty comriiimoner,
at tbu apptOHcblnj; ele',tln.
Ja. E. McCriti.
Editor Ucllitin . I'leare announce
mo aa a candldalo fur the offlco of County
Commiitionur. Thomas jIakti.v.
Editor IJullitin:
1' i.-mt) ntinounco that I am a cnndldate
fur county comminlouor.
Tnna. WiLsoy.
CAir.0, llll., Octnbec 18, 1372.
We arn authoriz-d lo announce Mr.
0 e i I. or. FlitUKR as a candidate tor Coun
ty Commliaiuuer, al thy cniuing Novem
ler olectlon. '
Wc are authorized lu announce Jaues
L. SA.NDKas,of Clear creek, as a candidate
for county commii""ir.
Wi ntn aiilhnrlK.ii to announce Alex
ihDR C. llobors .of Unity, ai a can
ndaiv fur Cuuiuy Coinrniaiiuner.
IIavimo ben aoncited by numerous
otei of Alexander county to bweomo a
londidntM fir iheofSco of county com
o fo ir, I hereby annnunco thitl I will
a c 1 1 II Ut't lor'that office, at tho ensu
ing .lovumher election.
St.vr.HE Marcuildos.
Tin BULLET I N-
CAIRO LOCAL NEtS.
LOCAL SHORT-STOPS.
Tho election excitumont increatti.
Sir. John Roblnenn is nbient from tbo
cdy on builnen of tbo Cwiro City Prop
erty Company.
Uon. lasac Clement!, representative
for this diitrict In tho national congress,
was in town yestordny.
Harueant C'lin having been sick lor
anmo days, I as changed off with dny po
liceman Ltllue, who is nowr.cticg ai i!ir
ifant of night police.
An addition to tbo city browory hat
jiut beon completed, forming an r.rcli over
ib'o vacant spuco botwoon tho brewury una
I'rUst property. In the second itory sev
eral Uno rooms aro beiug Sited up.
After the gnme of ball yesterday at
Mo,utul City, the Riveraidis entertained
tho Nomos with ii n excellent supper at
Mrs. Vnti Oairand'a. Though defuatcd at
Imih ball, tho Hivuraidts cannot get away
with tho N emo3 ut tho tttble.
The gnmo ot bate ball played at
Mound City yesterday, was wiltiutacd b
ii score or more of Cairn ponple. As usuhl,
our boys "got left." Tbo Riverildu club
uf Mound City is in fuel, as well as word
tht champion club of Southern Illinois.
Anotbor Quo cow whose wo do nut
know died yeiterdny, near the corner uf
Eleventh ntid Walnut streets Within
tho past twu or threu weeks no less than
lllty or sixty of thu best cows in the city
havedltd, and tbo discaso among thetn
does not sueni to bo abating.
Tho election contest in Pulaski county
waxes warmer with eaih day. Tho straight
Republicans are making a vigorous can
vtus, while thi) f union is ti atn equally wide
awuku, aud, though notqulta so noiilly,
aro rqually diligent in the intorou of their
tickot. The indications are that tbo latter
will bo successful.
At iho real citato Ruction yosterday,
Mrs. Louis II. Myers became the pur-,
clmser of tho Priest proporty, locutod on
Washington avenuo, nour tho corner of
Eighth streut. Tho price paid was $2,.
BOO 00, which, in tho estimation or nearly
evoryone, was vorj low. The property is
among thu Left in tho city.
R. Jours, fashionable boot and shoe
ntker. Cork soles, rJcQtch bottoms, and
the latest improvements in the line uf bit
business. Only the best ana most com
petent workmen eniployodj'and all work
warranted to be flrstoltis in every respect,
fihop on Commercial irenue, near corner
of Tenth street. - 10-7-tf
At about a o!kk last night a strange
mm was totyji-yffnf M the luvce ryipo
tile the Illinois CoDtnrtJs'Mucnger depot
In an inseoilblo sU'ts)'.;f intoxication.
had stolen tbi coat from hit back, bit
from bis bead and booti from bis feet.
Tbo pollco v?era notlflod, and tooV him to
tho calabooie. IIo was loo drunk to tell
bis name or where he come from. Uo
will bo taken bofote Police Magutrato
Rird this tuornltig, wben be will probably
bo ablo to give an account of himself.
The barber shop ii on the corner ol
Kightb itreet and Commercial avenue
wberoJ. George Stienbottie with his gen
tlnmenly aislitacts can be feund at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your fatlings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tsmpor and bead with a good sham
poo. , It Is a srit-claii shop, and you are
sure of rteeivlns; flrit-elsn treatment.
Ladles' and cblldron's bnir cut or turled
nfter the mpit approved styles. S-laV-tf
In IJird's pollco court yoitorday,
Dick Williams and llenry Johnson, col
ored gentlemen, woro tried for dliordcrly
conduct. Thoy woro lined five dollars
and coitt each, and in default of payment
were sent lo thu city jiil for Ave dajt
oich. The ''help "of a down town holel
hitving engaged in a general iet-lo, were
brought up and tried. It appi aring bow
over, that no ono was injured, and no one
particularly to blamo for the disturb
ance, thuy wero nil dlitnitsed.
At the European hotel yeiterday the
following nnmes wcro registered : W C
Wbitttioy, til Joieph ; Anthony Coyne,
.n'cw York; Thos Parker, Uolivar; J 11
Lamyen, St Louis; N D dtout, Plttibure.
RT Nelson, I'ltttburg; J J hano, Mia
s iiirlj Onorno ijtuwart, Jackron ; Ilonry
Palm, Loui-villu; Samuel Btraui, Phila
delphia; J J Morgan, St Louis; S 11
Willlaji-, ilaltimoru; Andrtw Wurman.
Knoxville; Martin Allebirg, Lafayette;
James Jordan, Lalayutte.
Mr. Fred. Wihtkrbc to h&s Juit re
turned from St. Louis, where ho purchased
hi Hue a slock of tho various grades ol
Cue leather as was ever brought to thia
city, and proposes to work II Into boot,
and ihuei tor hli cuitomers. Uo maker
duo booti a specialty, and Is coiifljunt ol
bis ability to cope with any boot-maker in
this city in this line of work. He em
ploys none but the best workmen, nr,d a
a consequence turns out only firat-claa-work.
Wliilo in St. Louis be vitited all
the principal sbopi and tecurci patcrnsol
all tbo laieit styles and improvement!
and will give k!s cuitomers tbu benefit ut
them. Woik done promptly and on abort
notice. All work warranted, 10-2D.li.
Editor Bulletih Dear Sir: The
protent cold weather appears to bo tht
death of the sickly tcaaon that has been
cxporioncoJ all over tho country the pnit
aummer. Cairo, comparatively speaking
with regard to bt-r eiitor cities, has had no
eickne-i. This Immunity has been due,
in a me&ture, to tbo well-directed effort
in cleaning street;, alleys, etc. Why not
keep up this spirit of cleanlinets ? lie
causa winter is coming on, Is that anj
reason wby saloons, restaurants and other
places ibould be permitted to throw their
ilopi Into tbo streets 7 I notico this Is be
ing done generally all ovor tho city. If
wo can't see It now, we can suioll it, and
it Is unsightly. Is there no ordinance
through which tbo pollco can prevent this
nuisance ? E.nquiuxk.
LOCAL NuVlUUst.
Go to B. T. Blake's for everything In
tho Sttam and Gai&ttini; lin. V-'Jttf.
Go and see II. Meyers and ha will show
you ttte Ineit lot of Meerstbaumi ever
brought to Cairo. It
CHAtDtLlias, Bracket!, fssdants,
Globes, etc. fur isU at prices that eannot
be boat, by B. F. Blake, Brou' Block.
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, eorner
Fourternth street and Commorclal ave
nue, offers for talo Guinnen' Porter A
Uuti' ales and pure Hvnnetty brandy,
and tha genuine Angostura bitters, nil
flrit-tlais cholera curea. Try them
7-17 tf
FOR SALE,
F.y Htrtman, a floe
TOP BUGGY,
At a great bargain.
Call at Uartman's salesruom, 10s Com
nercitl avenue.
Mk. Wu. Eulkhs Is anxious to inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ri genorally, that he iau his eun fitting
in gaiters, Quo boots and shoes. In fact
all bis work is dona i his own shop.
9-10-tf.
Just received at Khlur't, Twentieth
treet, between Washington avenue and
Poplar street, the finest Kronen ealf, pat
ent leather and Moroccos lor gentlemen'
wear. A perfect fit and satisfaction as
iured. Any persons in need of boots and
hos should call on Ebler'i, examine hii
atock of leathers nnd leave their urders.
tf
Dr. Lavarty, homoeupathitt pbysl
oian, lata of Shawneetown, has located In
this city and intends making it bis borne
The doctor comes to Cairo well recom
mended, aud refers to tbo officers of trip
First National bank of Shawneetown, to
whom he Is well known, having practiced
his profession anions; tbern for years. Ho
solicits a fa(r share of the patronage of
ouroitlieni. Offlee 140 Commercial ave
nue. 7-liO-tf
Fon oa and steam fitting go to Ken
nie'i Vulcaa iron vro'ks, Commercial
avonue, font of Ninth street. 9-10-tf
Gas and Steamfittiug on short notice
Bross' Blocks S-JRtf.
A Nbw ERTiRrittsB. Dr. B. F, Field
will run a line of backs between Cairo
and the terminus of tbe Cairo, Arkanms
oV Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a. m., and
aid 3)o'clock, p. m., making close oon.
nectlon with tha trains on that road.
Orders for panongers or baggag should
be left at Field's stable, on lOUi street.
iepl28 tf
Central Hodbb On Sixth itreet be.
tween Commercial and Waihington
avenues.
This houie has recently undergone thor
ouich repairs, and ii now in first-olais con
dition for the aicommodatlon of tbe trav
eling public, Boarders accommodated on
reasnnablo terms. A ihart of patron ago
ii lollclted. Mil. T. N. GAyfuir.
Wi need not rimark that tbe oystir It
R good thing to have lo tbo houie; every
body knowi that ; but It may be necessary
to lay that the belt oyilirs In tbe city
may be found at tbe oyster laloen of
Amandui Jasckel. "lie bai fitted up
rooms In lne style, and has made arrange
menu by which be will be able to obtain
dally luppllei of freib oysters, wblth be
Is prepared to dlsb up t6 customers In any
manner. Call upon Jaeckel aad try his
bivalves. Ira
A CARD,
I take this opportunity to Inform tbe
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
thai I will resume tny practice In tbo city
of Cairo on or about the 1st of December.
e-ae-tf. P. L. William, Dentlit.,
FOR SALE.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each V4
feel long, 2 Ineb Dram, 2 It Inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud( valves, Chimney and
Britchln, all complete nnd in first-clan
order; been uied only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Rbkkie,
y-21-tf. Vulcan Iron Works
ASSIGNEES SALE.
Having been appointed asilgnee of tbe
itoe- ot millinery goods of Mis. Anna
Lang, lor thu bwieflt of her creditors, 1
will sell tbo lame at public auction on
Thursday, Nuvember sixth, 1873, at the
uld itatid on Eighth street. Sale to com
mence at 9 o'clock and contlnuo from day
to day until all tbe goods are sold.
John II G famak, Assignee.
Cairo, October IU, 1873.
COMMERCIAL.
Price Current Orrict,
Thursday, Evo , Oct 30, 1878.
GENERAL RXUARES.
Wo aro plxaiod to note a little more ac
tivity in tbu market than has characteri
ze I is h. ibown by our reports for tbo lnt
lew weeki. Tho market for corn ws
Hiiinmted to-day Bm Iraciactions were
largo compared with tail week's bull
mis. Oats tco has shown some degree ol
activity, and several cars changed bands,
but in moil caies dealers mado some con
r.easion both in corn and oats to effect
aalei.
Flour c nt'nues to dragbut dcalors are
ncire, hopeful and although stocks at pres
et are moderately heavy, a resumption
if trade will reduce it.
Money continues cloto at New Orlesm
with high rates of premium on currency
ind exchange bui proipcctsaro much bot-
er. In other cities currency pay
ments have been resumed by banks and
confidence in finances fully restorod.
jlsy"Corroipondents ibould bear in mind
.bat these quotations ore for round lots
from first hands. For broken and small
lots, nnd In filling orders, on advance
is charged over these prices JCjg
tub uarket.
FLOUR Tbe demand continues very
email and stocks moderately large. A
brisk trade ii anticipated soon by dealers
that will exbauit tbo present supply In a
very abort time. Transactions bava been
very light and aro confined to 300 bbl'
various gradei $43and 200 bblr do in
small lots $59.
CORN There Is a fair enquiry for
whlto with t llrfht supply, quoted at -13c
in bulk and C4Q50? in tacks. Mixed
corn display td some activity to-day and
several cars vrero told. Tha market is
well supplied. Sales embrace 13 cars
mixed in bulk on track 42c; & cars white
in bulk of track, fur milling purpnsos 46c;
i cars wbiio sacked and delivered Si5Sc
nnd 6 can mixed ttckod and delivered
old at &1S"2.
HAY Tho market Is overitocked and
dull fur all kindi. Large quantities are
olored. Thcro is no demand for choice,
and low grades cannot be sold at any price.
We notu sales of 3 cars choice timothy,
delivered, at J171" 60, and 1 car prime
mixed, delivered, at $14.
OATS Easy. '1 he market is well sup.
plied and very quiot. Transactions were
limited to VI cars, as follows: 4 cars, in
bulk, on track, 33c; C cars, sackod and do
livorod, 40c, and '2 can, sacked and deliv
uroJ, sold at 39?.
CORN MEAL Good supply on the
mniket and no damsnd. One hundred
bbls steam-dried, sold at $2 b5, ii tbe only
sale we have to report.
BU1TER In good supply and llgl t
demand. A strictly choice article com
mands 26J,30c, but tbo bulk of sales range
from 20 to liSj; 60 packages toid at
2028c.
EGGS Plenty nnd in little domand;
sales wcro 600 dozen, shipper's count, at
20c.
CUICKENS-Flat ; the market Is glut
tod aud none wanted. 60 is an outiide
figure for the host; sales were 11 coops
mixed, at (1 75 i CO, and 30 dozen do at
12 00.
APPLES-Scorce and In demand. We
nolo sales of 100 bbls, as in quality, at
$'i 6l4 00.
ORANGES Quiet; sales of 20 bbls at
$10 00 per bbl.
BRAN-lJuotod bt $1700 per ton, In
cr liud lots.
I'll Ee.SE New York factory V lty
10j17c.
mYRUPS The demand is fair for
choice nt 60if 1 V gal, and Nw Orliani
at 76(3,60e.
PLAS TERING HAIR 36c per buihal .
LIME-lnloti $1 25 to $1 60 ) bbl.
CEMENT. At wholeiali $2'a' CO P
bbl
COAL OIL-J'-'a
RTJKLAP3-2 bushels corn, 0 or
I Jo ; do 13 ox 10a; 4 huiheli oats lie
& buthoU 21c.
SOAP Sbseffer's Gorman mottled 7Jo
Champaign ioap, 7Jo,
TALLOW V lb
COFFEE Scarce and firm, Java sell
Inir. at a686c; Laguayra none; Ric
prime to choice 2030c.
SUGAR Coffee A, 1313a.
BKESWAX-38opor lb.
FEATUERS 8, G. per lb 6I.
BACON None.
TEAB-Imporlal, 76c$l 25; Gun
powder, 76c(5)$l 25 1 Oolong black, 75cJ
$1; Young Hyson, $11 40.
BROOMd Dull; common house toll
at f I CO to 3 60; choice and extra cboics
3ftia 76; steamboat $4 606 00.
filBlUUT Cotton, oonDrtied k
compruied, to New Yoik 1 It; to Bol
ton $1.
RATES To New Orlesm and Vlcki
burgt Potatoes, apples, etc, 60
pound freighti 2So cwt; bay $7 per
ton; whiskey $1 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS-FIour.etc,30cpr bbl
pound freight ISoowt; bay ii per ton
whisky 60e per bbl.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
DURING this week the Selden Irwin Or
chestra will giro a concert every evening at
tho Caaino saloon, C1IA8. WxntK,
10-2861 Proprietor,
WANTED A whlto glrltodohouac-work
In a small lamily, e:niulre at white cottage
op Tenth street, between Washington aud
Commercial avenue, or.of k'. A. Burnett at
The Bulletin otllce , iu-20 3t
PROF. HARDY will open his dancing
school on Tueaduy evening, Octobers, at
8 p.m., at Turners' hall (hito Phlllla'), for
gentlemeu, and on Saturday. November 1,
3 p.m., for children. Tb no wishing to at
tend are requested to be on band piomptly.
lt)-2A lot
PANNING SCROOLProf. Hardy has
organized his dancing school, and will coin
in 'nee on next Friday evening at 8 p m , In
Turners' (lato I'hlllU') hall, Tboe wislili g
to attend this teim will bo on hand at that
time. Children's class on Saturday next, at
2 p.m. li'-Coat
FRED. STlTCUEIt has purchased the
barber ahop of Geo. Kclnlug, who rctirci
for the bem tit of his health The ahop la
located on Commercial ncmie, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets audit
new proprietor la detei mined to make it
Urst-cliks In every particular, lie linltes
public patronage. 10-20 Ira
WELL done, good and falthltll tenant.
This ts the plaudit bo ng proclaimed from
the mountalm to the tea, In relerence to
the traiiiendent merits of Dr. JlcCabe'i re
nowned medicated blackberry brandy. It
haa been tho mvaus ot retelling tlioiiaathl
of precious Uvea from tbu Jaws of death.
The voice ot wladora aays um It. Only
aold In bottles, never otherwise.
10-21 2wdJtv
IT is an Indisputable lact that the Cairo
Cailno will have the best und m"it enjoyable
ball on Mondiy night. November 3, thatevcr
occurred In Cairo. Seven of the best muti-
clans havo been engaged to play for the
loveis of good music, and lorlhose who wish
to trip the light fantastic toe. The commit
tee vi III spare no time or expense to make
thooccaelonthemoit agreeable of the sea-son-
10-28 Ot
REWARD OF MERIT Tho U. S. gov
crnmcnt has given not only to Dr. Price'a
Cream Baking Powder, but to his Special
Flavorings the preference, and large quan
tities are shipped to Its military poats. No
moro, we say, than It deserve 1, for It tiuly
has proved llaelf In our Innilly alt that we
desire, making bread, biscuits, and cuke-
better thau any other wu have u-etl, and
juitso have we fouud his Special Flavoring
of lemon, olmond, etc., ai pure, natural,
und strong as ran be made. Try tho-e arti
cles ladles' and see If you do not find them
aupertnr to auytulug of their kind In thu
market. 10-29 Uw lw
ATTENTION.
Goldatlne & Roten water wl-lifsto Inform
the public that they luvc ic'duceo all best
prints to 10 tents per yard, and all other
goods In proportion.
INDEPENDENT GRAYS.
Thrro will be a bu-inc-s mecllus at the
Armory this Friday evening, at o'clock,
ior tho election ofulllccra. Members are all
requested to ettend. By order of the
PRESIDENT.
Charles Kvle, Secretary.
AUHOUAOl
Parties handling light oils In Alexander
county, under the above name, unlets
ihrougb the undersigned, will be protccutcd
to the mil extent of tho law, tim er patcut
right. B. F. Pabkkk.
10-30-Ot.
NOTICE.
Cairo, III , October no, 1673.
Having rolievod Charles D. Artcr trom my
employ, all persons are hereby cautioned
not to till any orders from him, or nay any
dcbt lo him on my uccount or owing to me,
as I shall not rccoguize any of his nets Irom
und after this date. D. Arter.
BOOH BISIIINU.
TATBONIZK
HOME TR A TF!
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Joniar Twelfth etrnt and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Lata of 8U Louis,)
PROPRIETOR
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
nLANK BOOKS or every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds ol
ruling done at short notice. Bibles, Music,
Mtrazlnes and 1'otiodlcals bound neat and
tt the loweit possible rates.
ounty work, such aa Records, Dockets
Fse Books, Blanks, etc., made a ipeclallty
'loxe, Pocket Books, Knve lopes, ati
nv le In order t.44
HAI.OONH.
TH II
LITTLE KENTUCKIaN
SALOON
AXD
(Open Day and Might.)
J. J3. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Cth streeU,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MEALS AT ALL HOURi.
A floe new Dining Hall with every con
enleuce haa been added to this popular
Itcitturant, and the guesU will liuu every
equiilu lor their accomodation,
THK BILL OF FARE
:onitiU ol every subsUnUal and dsUeaey ol
2e season.
u supplied wit the
CHOICEST LiaUOHS.WlNES &UIGARS
Mixed drlnki praparei with aare.
I. h:&h I fa
ABB STILL filLLINO OOODH AT
Very Low Prices
FineChinchilli O. coats,iO
Fine Chinchilli Pea Jackets, (for
men) S7 50
Fine Chincbilli Pea Jackets, (for
boys) 0 00
A 820 Chinchilla Overcoat, Can
Biuiire lining, for 15 00
Fino Beaver Suit 15 00
Good Overcoat 7 00
All "Wool Winter Jacket, (the
best iu the city).... 1 25
Heavy "Winter Undershirts and
Drawers 50
Country Knit Wool Socks 40
WJt CAN t'CKNISH
A GOOD OVERCOAT
FOR 64.
SUITS
FROM $5 TO $25.
AFTEU SELLING OVER
900 Fanio Hats
Wo are still selling
THREE FOR $1
BUY YOUR
AT
FARNBAKER'S
mm
emus
ltUMBtEBU
WHITE COLLARPIiANINO UXLb
WAITKM, Prarsiiitow.
RAURla
HARD ahd SOFT LTJMBEB
AIT9
LATH, SHINGLES, OBDAR POflTt
UOOK8, SA8H, BL1NDU
obdxbs 80li0ttid.
Stiahboat Lumiib,
Vunlshod on sbortMlaotie.
Oomnlercial avenue, between Ttita am4
Eleven tb "street
CAIEO: IXiIiXISTOia.
t
COMMIKNIOK MERCIIANia.
I'K TUlt 0 U 11 L,
Kaelaialve
FLOUR MERCHANT
A.VD
M!II.3jBI?,a A33EWT,
R. M SIMISS LRWKE.
1-20 tf.
(11 HO. Tt. 1.1 rlOTr?
K. J. CUND1FF,
GENE R A L PttODUCE
AVI)
COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 17 EioriTM 8rn
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MliiLEK St FAKK.KK,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMU
FORWAKD1NO MSROHANTH.
)EALEUH iN FLOUK, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
lU-ENTS roa FAIRBANKS 8CALSB
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOUN O. PHLLIS & SON,
(Sacotsaors to Jobs B. Phlllli.)
1ENERAL COMMISSION
AID
POR WARDING MKBOHANTB
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN,' OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND BAND
PO WD KR COMPANY.
Job. TixTn Street astd Ohio Litbb
oa i an. 1VVK.
II. A. Thorns L. D. TnoBu
THOMS k BROTHER,
Uucsssosrs to H. M.Uulsn,
.'OMMISSION MERCHANTS, BHOKEIJS
A!tS DBALBRS Of
Rtapla aod Tmucy Urorle,
Foreign and DomeitU
F'S.TTI'rS -A JSTTTTQ
13 Commercial Avenue,
CAIRO, - . ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
forwarding and ComouuioD
MERCHANT,
ASS
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETOR.
prepared lo forward all kinds ( frabjaU
to all points.
Hi tttaatal tt rrrrnptl'v;
C. CLOSE,
jENEEAL commission merchant
And dealer is
Lime, Ceuikt, Plabtbb, Haib, Ira
No Ohio Lave.
1291 will sell In car load loti at aaanufa
Mirera' price, adding Irclxht. 4.3.1 f
VUUJJ KIlTE-HUOUaHS a JiKO
FLOUB
Gioenl Commtu'on MtMhsat?
ii omiii i.kvrk
COFFEl, HARRISON 4 CO.,
(Successors to D. Uurd A Bob.)
roBWABDinra
AXD
Commission Merchants,
M.UOB.UKAIN Aa HAT.
No 03 Ohio Leve, CAIRO, ILLS.
B. F. PAKKEK,
(SuoceMorto Parker Blake,)
DEALXB tX
PAINTS AND OILS
Varsslahw, Hraakas,
WALL PAPER,
WIITDO-W 0-Z..aTlBi;
WWDOW BtAOlB,
t4 ta straiM usBaaBsBtkB
AURORA OIL.
BROffl' LOILUIHt (XI llTltr. k COM
BtU0UsiT
Datbo . . ItXTWAie
CHARLESTON CLASSICAL ACAD
KMY, CUABLBSTOV, MIMOUBI.
Thli Is a school for both sexas. Fall ses
sion began September 8. CourM of study
embraces ancient aod modern laaftuusi,
mathematics, science, EogU'h literature,
mulc, wa5 work, pal t tig, drawuf, t
U iard only 3 &0 per week.
For catalogue! c.intalclns; lull particulars,
,Mraa J. I Hamanci. Prlnelnsb
Hefewncea-Dr. o. W, Dtiaatag Md J".,j

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