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' ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avenue.
Two don north of Cairo ami VVnn lUllroad
A truity 'watch kept night and day for
Trains and Steamboats.
THE BEST OP ACCOMMODATIONS
(or Uanclont gueiU at
TWO DOLLARS l'KR DAY,
STUART k GHOLSON.
We tahe pUaiurt xn announcing to
our friends that our ttoch o Fall and
Winter Goodt if now arriving, lie
shall offer this season a ttoch of Dress
Fabrics. Trimminas, Fancy Goodt,
Hotion, etc., wlu'eh for varte?, v'l
oHiX'txcctllenee ofmateriat,' excels any
thing tec have heretofore offered. Our
large and increasing trade enable ut to
buy from first hands at the hat sources
of ttfjply. Alwayt on the alert to gain
every advantage in prices, tec are happy
to ttale that (hit teaton ice have secured
the mott attractive ttoeh in the market,
at prices tohich tee gaurantcc "Roch
Bottom." We affirm our alility to du-
plitate Chicago and St. Louii irice.
We KEEP ONLY THE MOST
DEStllABME GOODS, ALLOW
NO REMNANTS TO ACGUMU
LATE, MAKE NO BAD DEBTS,
AND WILL NOT BE UNDER.
SOLD B Y ANY HO USE IN THE
TRADE. A vitil oj inspection icill
convince purchatcrt of the extraordi
nary bargains offered by the popular
and progressive one-price, cash Dry
Goods house of
Stuart & Qkolfloii.
HALL'S PATENT HUSKING GLOVES
VERY GREATLY IMPROVED In form
of the claws, and tbo more complete.
ahlclausE of the parts subject to wear, tiy
metal dates, makine them wear vivk
times as uosa, and do tho work foster nud
aster than any other busker. Mado of tho
very beat calf leather, in lour alzes. rlclit
and lea handed, tiamplcs sent prepaid on
.vteil't vi iiiite. uuu kiutcb, ,1111
gloves, $2M per pair. Llliernl discount In
Quantities. Ask ynur nierrbant. or ndilrcha
HALL il U8KINU (1LOVE CO.,
is as effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
ai Um Salphato In the same rtosci, nblle It affttts
tfm Aroi (cm, la more palatable and much theaptr.
Bend for dejcrtpUre Circular with Ttttlmoniali
X'hlcia ft J from all part of tbe country.
tTBuafU nkekaceii for trial, 23 cents.
Itrtpir-d ly lilLLINOB. C'LAIT IK CO., Mannfac
tarlnf Cbcmltu, Iloston, Mau.
$1,000 PER WEEK
CAN bo made by any smart man who can
keep Ills business to himself. AddrcM
Ft UEHMANN, Uobokcn, J.
A WEEK guaranteed to Male and
Female AgcntN in their locality.
Costs nothing to try it. Particu
lar free. P. O. V1CKKRY & CO.,
OTaUalfllY IKSMliiliHi MAainicUltuin . aa
pi. i J' kn.i, wlU I'tlM Lilt, lulUJ lo, tfiy c.ou.1
-mmh whimmii I n Biwij
MONOPOLIES AND TJIK PEOPLE
Every Granger want ft. Itlaoriglna
and genuine. Address, for terms, CO-OP
NATIVE PUB. CO., I'lnclnnatl, 'tit. LouU
X VVJ 11 VI JlAEiil grai.lilng, nnd take mil-
cct on new lines which wo aro turnbhlnir
wim operators, at aalary irom ?C0 to 8100
vvr moniQ, oena ior circulars. Addrc.il
W. TELEG It Al'II INSTITUTE, Jaiiei:
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Hats, Mlce.Ttoachcs, Ants, llcd-Bugs,
J. i 11ENHY, UUHUAN &CO.,
v CONSUMPTION CURED.
To the Editor ot Thk Bulletin:
t i"1' 1""end:-You will plea'co In
form your readert that I have a potltUo
CUBE FOR CONHUMITIOX
ad all dltordcrt of the Throat and Lutics.
and that, by 1U use In my practice, 1 bave
eurcd hundrcdt of cases, and will glio
or a case will not boncllt. Indeed, to
t any sufferer addrcslm; mel
. Please thow this letter to any ono you may
and oblijc, Falthililly Yourt, '
DR.T. F. BURT,
o William 81. Hen
Cairo Box and Basket Co
OF ALL KINDS, BAUD AND B0JT,
Keep constantly on hand
Mill tad Yard, I Cow 34th Btroot'
J "nd Olio Lcvcc.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
FRIDAY, OOTOIIKK 2, 1874.
Somebody to take from tu n thousand bill
head, good paper and finely printed, for
?iJ.W I0 4.UU.
One thousand statement prlntotl at Tint
iiui.lktin oiiico lor ?a.oo to 4.00.
Ono thousand nolo hoad printed At Til
Bulletin offlco for f 1.00; two thousand for
Ollfl IliOUiand lni'lnniD rnnl.. lino llrlstol
board, printed at Thk Bulletin oiiico lor
from f'i.W to f 0.00, according to size.
Great Bargains !
TO SUIT THE TIMES, AT
The only orlclnal and the onlv brsnd of that
naino. at 12j cts per vardj J'llUlT OK
LOOM, 13 ct; WaMSUtTA XX, 17 cl-j
IlLACKSTONtf. II J cm perynl. ' !,
otttlon at ihoBo fn
oiw at prieot III pro-
I inn also In rccelnt of n lar-m fnvnli-n nf
GltOS-GHALN ItlUUONd, Bsortcd colors,
which I will sell at panic prices.
Also, a laric assortment of fall and winter
CLOTHING, GENTS' UNDIIUWEMt.
Ji.rt.rtivi.i3 anu Uh,u.UAN ljuiLTS. Call
mm ecu uciuru imrr.uahing citewnero.
Get your oyttert at the Doltnonlco.
Tub Best oystort at
SILK II ATS I SILK II ATS I
Silk Hats mado to order at A. Man's,
70 Ohio Iotoo.
Anotber AnntVAL. Mr. Louis Hor-
bort yestorday bocamo tho father of n
now girl baby.
Fiiesii oyetort or nnythlug olso you
want nt tho Delmoulco Roelnurant opon
day and night.
Dn. Jenellk. Oan bo found nt hl
dontal parlon on Etuhth ttroot at ol
hours. Host of references clren as to nro-
A fi.vk lino of ladies', mlsioi' and
children'a walking shoos, with oxtontlon
or protection eolei, Just tbo thing for Cairo
tidowalkt, at A. Black's City tihuo Storo
Cotne's oystor dopot and rostauran t
Oystort in tho tholl and can, froth ovory
day, at l'hll Saup't old stand, bctwoon
Sixth and Sovcntlf streets, Cairo, ill.
Two rooms to ront, botwoon Tenth and
filevontli ttreots, on Washington avonuo
Apply at County ClerU't ofllco.
The Odd-Kellows, with their families.
and a fow Invited frionds, will colobrato
tbo annircnary of tbo Lodge and onjoy
a tociaoio ana nop at Udd-Fellows' hall
next Monday night.
Notice to TrE ruiiLic Tho now
packing houio markot In Wllcox'a block
will bo open Saturday noxt, with frcih
moatt and now lard, at tho lowost markot
pneo. uowe & Buo.
To Let with Board. A largo unfurl
nlshod room on tho first lloor in a prlvato
residoncc, pleasantly located in tho busi
ness part of tbe city. Address, giving rof.
foronco, P. O. box, CCS. 0-2C-Ct
Frehii Suitlv. Mr. P. Fitzgorald ha
Just rccelvod nnd has on talo at hit ealos
room, a largo stock of English ale, portor,
llonnesty brandy nnd wines, nnd liquors
of all kinds, which bo will dispoio of at
roaeonablo prices. 280-0.25-lm
For Sale. Tho forryboat "Mollio
Thornat,; now at Cairo. Ready for Im
mediate use will be sold choap, Apply
w D. Axtell.
Offlco St. L., I. M. and S. R. R.
Mrs. L. J. UrEAii hat ono of tho finest
atockt of mllllnory goodt over oponod In
Cairo, fctoro on Commercial avonuo,
ot side, opposlto Wlntor't block, bo-
twoon Sovonth and Eighth stroet.
2J0.o.3O-0t Mrs. L. J. Si-ear.
Jtou dale. Tho Egyptian taloon
ownod by Henry Lattnor, it for
talo, together with tho fixtures nnd stock,
ana tbo privilege of a lotiio of tbo build
logon ood terms; also, tho cottago in
tho rear. For further Information, in
quire on tho promises. 7.22. tf
Police Counf.-Coloman Torrlll, tho
man wuo cut young Davis In tho Ma
bvu. .aiuuu, j.ui'tuy morning, was
brought boforo Judgo Broit by Deputy
ononu oonn uain yesterday. After hoar.
log tha ovidonco ho was bound ovor in tbe
turn of ono hundrod dollart, to await tho
action ot the grand Jury.
iiirnovEMKHT.-rJUesjrs. Stratton and
Bird aro laying down a solid plank side
walk in iront or tbir wboleialo grocery
storo on Ohio levee. This is a substantial
Improvement, nnd it tbo business men
south of them would follow their oxam
pie, the tldewalk from Sovonth to tlxth
sUcol would bo In good condition.
AiOOK OUT KOIl JJAItOAINS. Jlr. A
Mnrx hat just roturncd from Now York.
wuera no purcnasoa ono of tho finest nnd
largott ttock of clothing, gout's furnish-
log goods, bats, oto., of tho very latest
ttylo, which ho will toll LOWER than
tbo lowest. All goods markod in plain
flBurci. 276-0-2 Ltf
Lumch EvEtiv Day. Ucorgo Lattnor
corner of Fourteenth and Washington
avenue,' will furnish horoaftor, ovory day
to hit patront a No. 1 Jimch, betweon tho
bounofton and twelve o'clock. Fresh
Milwaukeo beer and fragrant Ilar
and clgart to bo lad nt hit bar at all
LoMnsn Still Goino Down. At wo
aro detormlnod to closo out our stock
tpoodily, preparatory to winding up bus
iness, wo wilt toll nil kinds of lutnbor at
two dollars por thousand lest than mar
kot prices. A largo lot of lath and ttovo
wood on hand, which will be sold at cor
respondlngly low ratos.
221.0-o.lf Wall & Kkt.
Fruit SiuriiBNTs. Tiio shipments of
fruit from this market to Soulhorn points
havo been Tory large during tho last few
wocks, and our commission morchantt
havo tholr handt full. Tho Arm or E. A
Wholock & Co. aro now shipping, on nn
averago, twcnty-flvo boxot grapos, twenty
boxes pours nnd fifty barrels choice apples,
dally. 'Alio shipments havo boon con
signed principally to Now Orleans.
Fall Stock ok nooTs avd Shoes.
Mr. A. Black Is now receiving bit stock
of tall boots and shoos, which, from his
oxperlonco, promises to bo tho best so
lectod In tho cllv. Alwayt a caroful and
closo purchasor, bo gives tho public tbo
advantagci ho bat to purchaso at tbo very
bottom prlco, for ho buyt direct from tbo
manufactories, for cash. Tho slock It very
largo and complote, nnd tho stylos of tho
latott and most approved cut. 2CG-0-22tf
Mrr. IIultz has Just roturncd from the
cast with n full stock of mllllnory goods
and ladles', mlnoa' and children' thoos (
mho, largo took of ladles' holr twitches,
nnd goods belonging to tbo mllllnory
Irndo, oulli, lionUr, oto, wllb n largo
lot of notions, which tho will toll cheaper
than any other placo in Cairo, Storo on
tho cornor of Elovcnth stroot and Wash
ington avonuo. 20D.0-22.tf
The DarDor mop ibuu .no cornor ot
Eighth ttroot and Commercial avonuo
whero J. Goorgo Stionhouse with bis gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to tootho
your fooling! with a smooth thave, or cool
your temper and hoad with a good sham
poo. It Is a firet-clan shop, and you aro
euro of rocoiving first-class treatment
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curlod
In tho most approved ttylo. 8-lS-tf.
The St. Nicholas hotel saloon and
rostaurantis now undergoing a groat
chango, and will, when UnUhod, bo one
of tbo finest places of resort for refresh
ments In tho city. Wm. Wotzil, tho
proprlotor thorcof, expects to havo the
samo completed by Tuesday next, when
ho will invito all his frionds and tho pub-
lio in general to a flno lunch. From and
after that day oystort In very ttylo and
Miosis to order will bo sorved up at tho
shortott no'.ico, night and day. Also tho
list of liquort and lager boor will bo con
ttantly kept on tap. 10-1-tf
Joe RokekerIs now in full control of
the Washington bakery, and having
learned tho wanta of tho public, It pro
pnrod to supply on call all demands for
French loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bioad, and ovorythlng olso ordinarily
found in a first-class bakery. Ho main
tains a full stock of confcctlonorie?, and
can, as woll as any other doalor In tho
city, till all orders In that lino.
Cakos bakod, frostod or ornamented on
short notlco. Spoclal nttontion given to
tho orders of wedding or picnic parties.
KriscorAL Cuniicu Sociaiile. Tho
first sociablo given by tho ladloi of the
Episcopal church, took place at tbo rcc.
tory last evening. Thoro woro many
n:oionl. Rvory room In the bouso was
filled, and somo woro crowdod into tho
dining room. Tho following ladles had
chargo of the culinary arrnngomontt
Mri. A. B. Saflord, Mn. Dr. Smith, Mrs.
John Putton, Mr. Bobbins, Mra. Cbarlcs
Pink, Mist Annie Pitcher and Mrt. A.
P. Taylor. Theso sociables wero a tourco
of enjoyment last winter, and appreciated
by our young nnd old poople. Wo hopo
that they will como off this fall, winter
and tprlng with tho tamo regularity as of
New Millinery Goods. With com
mcndablo ontorprlso, Mrs. M. SwAnder
has rofittod and rofurnishod hor mllll
nory ttoro on Commercial avonuo, and
has laid In a stock of full And wintor lists,
bonnots, trimmings, fiowort, collars and
cuffs, Jewelry, and notlont of all
sortt. Thoso goodt aro all now,
faihlonablo and cheap, and cannot
fall to glvo ratlsfactlon to all ladfot
who will oxamlno thorn. Mrs. Snacdor's
storo room It now tho neatest and plots
antcit mllllnory ttoro In tbo city, and la
dles who visit it aro always sure of a
wolcoiuo from Its proprlotor and a good
Personal. At tbo Plantort' house are
W Dixon Johnsons Landing; E A Joy,
Tonnestoc; L dlroU, Milburn, Tennossoo;
A Worth, do; W Kopplo, Duquoln;
David Rlsback, Cincinnati.
Oeorgo 11 Bridges, of Charleston, Mo.
is in town for a fow days.
Mr. Henry R. Wood, clerk at Halll
day Bros.', roturnod yestorday from
visit to Terra Hauto and other places in
tbo Uooslor nnto.
O E Paino, Piltsfiold; Danlol Hurst
Marshall, 111; Mrt Hildobrond, Horundo,
jhiss; u a Hutchinson, Cottonwood, Kan
Dr R Fugato and wife, Farmlncton, Mo:
and Rev R Wells, Mound City, nre regis-
icrou at too rit Nicholas.
Tha following penont woro nt tho St
Chariot yostordays A R Hall, St Louis!
ll Jvlbrack. Cincinnati: Mii-wi virn..
Montreal, Os; B II Hurst, Evansvlllo; S
j iiown, juts; o u Collins nnd elstor
Colorado; Miss Mattio Whlto, Momnhls!
15 Convorsoaud wife, Memphis: and Mrs
YY A pollock, uroonovlllo, Miss.
For Sale Buooy. Wo doslro to soil
tplondld buggy almost new. Wo will
foil It at a groat sacrifice. Pertona doslr-
lng a good bargain In n buggy bavo now
an opportunity to obtain one.
The St. Charles Hotel hat novora
pleasant rooms on tho uppor floor, tuita
bio for gontlomen, that can bo secured for
tho wintcr,JwHh board, at vory roasonable
rntoi. " tf
WHAT ENERGY WILL ACCOM
MAXWELL & CO., 710 NORTH
WAIN 8TRKKT, DEALEUS
At an Inttanco of what may bo dona by
a young man, whoso means aro limited to
naturally oncrgetio disposition, with
ouly tho will to succeod In buslnots, at tbe
capital Invettod In this article, It may be
of interest to many othor young men
desirous of starting for theintolvcs. Somo
thrco years ago Ml. Erwln Maxwell
commenced tho oil trado In thit city
by oponing an ofllco nt C07 Chcttnut
ttroot nt agent for tbe West Virginia Oil
and Land company. This wat In Docom
bcr, 1871, In the January following, tho
buslnoss wat romoved to tha large and
commodiout ofllco and warohouio now cc
cuplcd at 710 North Main street.
From n small beginning tho oil trado
of this bouto hat steadily grown to bo ono
of tho most Important branches of Indus
try now carried on. Tho firm of K. Max
woll & Co., successors to the West Vlr
glnla Oil nnd Land company, was started
In June, 1873, nnd continued to
handlo thslr goods as agents for the com
pany as lioretoforo. In Dcccmlo
1873, Mr. Maxwell bought tbo ontlro In
torott, stock nnd good will of the firm and
slnco that tlmo has lncromnd Iho canltal
and business of tbe Iiouip, In n larro do-
ttroo, till! rotalning tho old style and namo
of E. Maxwell & Co., dcalort In lubrlcat-
ng and burning oils of all descriptions.
i'hoy still koop tho old rellablo "Olobo"
oil, and all the standard West Virginia
oilt. For railway and machlnorv ollt.
tuck as puro lard oils, pressod tallow oils,
engine olls.dark and light signal oils.hoad
light oils, car groaso and plumbago oils,
wo notod nil tho leading kinds and quali
ties In ttock. Ordort nro filled nromnlly
for othor brands, and as showing
tho scopo of territory tuppllod by
this house, it may not bo out of placo
to glance at tho ordor book' Hund
drods of barrols per month is now sent to
tho loading points included betweon Flor
ida and Mlnnosota, and through South
Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama,
Toxas, Mississippi, Tennossoo and along
tbe river from .New Orleans to St. Paul.
Salt Lako on tho west nnd Ohio on tho
cast aro included, as aro all tbo Intermedi
ate state, not mentioned.
Mr. Maxwoll was formerly from Cairo,
and although starting three yean ago with
the most limited moans, bo has built up a
trado of oxtcnslvo character nnd a crodlt
to St. Louitboth In tho amount of tram
actlont and tbo corrlmorclal integrity of
hit dealings. St. Louis Railway Rogls
Special meeting of the City Council, called
it) uiu mayor.
Council Cuamiier, i
Cairo, Ills. Seit. 20, 1874.
Presont, His Honor Mayor Wood and
Aldormen McEwen, Morris, Nellis, Saup,
Thlstlowood and Wright 0.
The chair stated that tho object of the
mooting was for tho transaction ot general
An ordinanco entitled "An ordinancoto
amend soction No. 20of ordinance No. 14;
changing the ostabliihod width of side
walk on Lovoo stroot from 11 foet to 20
foet," was read n socond time by tho clork.
Aldorraan Thlstlowood moved to strlko
out all of that portion of said ordinanco
aftor tho word "lots" in sixth lino. Mo.
Aldorman Morris movoJ tht adoption
of said ordinanco as amended, which mo
tion was oarriod by tho following voto
Ayes McEwon, Morris, Nollls, Saup,
Thlstlowood and Wright 0. Nays .0
(Aldorman McOauley appeared In his
REPORT OK THE COMMITTEE ON STREETS.
Tho committeo on ttroott to whom wat
referred tho proposals for filling certain
portlsns of Fourteenth, Walnut, Fifteenth,
Ctdar and Sixtoenth streets, roportod the
same btck, rccommondlng that the con
tract for taid filling bo awarded to Patrick
Corcoran, whoso bid is tbo lowost, viz:
38 centi per cublo yard, and that laid
tilling bodono by special assessment.
Alderman MoEwen moved to concur in
tbo rocommondatlon of tbo comml'.toe, ox
cept to striko out that portion of said re
commendation recnmmondlng that said
filling bo done by special assessment. Mo
tion lost by tbo following vote:
Ayot MoEwen and Wright 2. Nayt
MCGiuloy, Morris, Nollls, Saup and
Alderman Morris moved to concur in
tho rocommendationt f tho committeo.
Motion lost by tho following voto:
Ayes McGauloy, Morris and Thistle-wood-3.
Nays McEwon, Nollls, Saup
and Wright 1.
On motion of Alderman Tblstlewood
action on said roport was deferred until
noxt regular mooting.
Tho commlttoo on stroets, to whom wat
rofcrrod tho politlon of tundry rcildontt
and property ownors on Sixth street bo
twoon Washington avonuo and Walnut
ttroot, requesting tbo counoll to havo that
portion of taid ttroot filled, roportod tho
tamo back, recommonding that tho prayor
of tho potltionort be grantod, and that said
filling be dono by tpoulal asstisment,
On motion of Alderman Thlstlowood
action on taid roport was deforrod until
next regular mooting.
Tho committee on stroots and dralnago
prosontcd n profile, together with plans
and specifications of tbe work necessary to
bo dono in tho construction of a sowor
through tho Ohio lovoo at Thlrty-ElKhth
troot, furnished by John P. Hely, civil
engineer, and rooommondod that the
comptroller bo instructed to recelvo bids
for doing tho work and furnishing tbo
material for tho construction of said sower,
according to said plans and specifications.
On motion of Aldorman Wright tho re
commendation of tbo committeo was con
curred in, and tho comptroller in-
ftructed to advertise and rooolve bids for
theconttructlon of taid tower, In accord-
an co with tald plan and specifications, bv
the following vote:
Ayct McOauley, Morris, Nollls, Saup,
Thlstlowood and Wright 0. Nay Mc-
rki'ort or the committee on claimi:
Tho committee on claims to whom was
referred tho politlon of F. K. Dlotrlch, re
queuing tho council to romlt a flno as-
essod ogalnstblm for a falluro to procuro
hit license, although ho had paid tho
monoy for said llconse into tho treasury,
reported tho snmo back, recommending
that tho prayor of the polltlonor be grant
ed. On motion of Alderman Nollls action
on taid roport was doforrod until noxt reg
A communication from the clork re-
quostlng tho counoll to havo tbo city
clork't sign removed from itt present lo
cation, nnd havo tho tnmo rcpnlntod nnd
ro-hung nt tho prcsont cntr to tho
dork's olllce, was road nnd on motion of
Aldorraan Wright, tho comptroller was
Instructed to havo said sign removed and
ropalntcd, and to havo the tamo hung at
tho presont ontranca to said olflco, by tho
Ayes McEwcn, McOauley, Morris,
Nollls, Saup, Thlstlowood and Wright 7
Tho following resolution was offered bv
Aiaorman Wrlclii, who movoJ its adon-
Rosolvtd, That boroafter, all per
sons to Whom mav bo awardml
olty contracts, of any kind what
ovor, shall bo requlrod to giro good and
tufficlent bonds for their falthlul eomnli-
anco therowitb, and within such tlmn at
may be detormlnod upon by tbe city
council. Resolution adopted.
On motion of Alderman Saup tho coun
cil adjournod. Will. K. Hawkins,
The month opens very quiet In the
grain and flour buslnots circles, and noarly
nh branchot soem to havo quiotcd down
no oxcltomcnt In anything. Tho advance
noted in flour at our last Issuo has not
boan sustalnod, and tho old figures it tbo
rulo to-day, and tho market Is dull and r
llttlo doprcitcd all round.
RocelpU of grain and choico haycontin.
uo to run 'ight, and prlcct hold vory firm
Mixed and low grado hay is plenty nnd
Buttorand oggs contlnuo In actlvo do
mand and with no surplus on tbo market
Corn meal it heavy and dull at 4 00.
Tho weather Is very ploasaut through
tho days, but the nights aro cold and
CQTOur frlcndt should bear in mind
that the pricet horo givon aro utually for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
tilling orders and for brokon lots it Ii
necessary to chargo an advanco over these
Tbo month opens quiot and Inactlvo In
all grades. Tbo advanco notes' In our
lait wat not sustained and tbo market
rules heavy and dull to-day all round
Wo nolo sales of 100 bbls XXX, C 00;
100 bbls XX, i CO; 300 bblt various
grades, I 004 SO; C00 bbls various
grades, 4 00 to 0 2S; 300
grades, 4 00 to C 25; 1 car
grades, 5 00 to C CO; 3U0
grades, C CO to 0 2ft.
Tho market rulos very quiet on all
grades excopt choice timothy, which it
scarce IjOW grades oi muca aro
plenty and not wanted. Wu nnto
talcs of 1 car choice timothy delivered
21 00; 1 car choico timothy delivered
20 00; 3 cart choico timothy dollvorcd
21 00; 1 enr prairio delivoreJ, 14 00.
Thoro It llttlo or no change to noto In
tbe corn market. Stools nro light and
prbes firm and unchanged, Yo uoto
sales ot 1 car mixod in t . delivered
02c; 3 cart white in tackt dolivered. 05c;
1 car mixed in sacks dollvorcd, 02c.
Tha supply is vory email and prices
firm and and sbadod in favor of tollers,
Transactions aro llmltod moro by lack of
supplies than anything olso. We noto
salos of 1 car in tackt dollvorcd, COc; 1
car black mixed In tackt dolivored, 72c; 2
cart mixed In tacks dollvoroa, COc,
There it a fair supply on tho markot,
and light ordort. Prlcot aro week at 4 00
today. Sales woro 100 bblt steam dried,
dolivored, 4 00; 2 cars stoam dried doliv
ered, 4 00; 100 bbli itoatn dried dolivored,
Tbe tupply it small and domand light.
Prices rulo about tho tamo us last re
ported, Salos wore 1 car In sacks doliv
orod, 17 00; 1 car in sacks doliverod, 17 CO.
Tbo markot Is bottor supplied, but tho
demand it still sufficient to carry off all
receipts, quolationi nro unohanged. Bales
wero 000 lbs choice Southorn Illinois, 30c;
10 palls choico Southorn Illinois, 30c; 12
pacitagot cbolco northorn, 3032c, COO
lbi choico northern, 82c.
Tho tupply is not yet equal to tho de
mand, nnd prices aro firm at 15010c.
Wo noto sale of COO dozen frosh roceipta,
ioc; oo dozon fresh roceiptj, 10c; 100
dozen fresh rocolpti, packed in oats, 10c,
Thoro it no demand for turkeyt. Chick
ont aro quiet. Rocolpti nro fully oqual to
tbo demand. Tricoi aro unchanged.
Sales wero 30 dozen old bens, 3 20- -1
coopt young, 2 002Ji0; 6 coops mixod,
young and old, 2 25 to 3 25; 1 copp duckt,
Tho market is firm and actlvo. Stocks
aro all in hands of retail nnd Jobbing
doalort, We noto salos of 200 lbs clear
tides, on order., 7Jc; 1000 lbs now tugar
curod bami, 10c; 1200 lbs shoulders, 12c.
Tho fruit markot it quiot as yot, Tho
I'll! (lift HUH TIIIUIII
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOfUf nr rnwrrn.
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
DO 1101 iniy OKI CUIUIIC3,
i 1 - - 1
1J TVHI IIUlLlllUt aJtWT UVA
nut, or u oiuieus over live poiiuus. xvninomuor tlio place
Corner 8th St. and IVa shin a,
Tho Only Place in the City whoro
season for applet Is not yet fnlrly opened j
anu ior otner iruits, is mostly over, vko
note talcs ni follow.: !55 bblt iblppltg
apples, 2 002 oO; 40 bbls sbipping ap
pics, 2 C02 75 j 400 lbs grapos, 78cj
00 boxtt pears, 85c(uU 00; CO boxel
Stoamor Jim Fisk, Paducab;
11 Sllvcrtborno, Evansvlllo
" John Moans, St Louis
" Grand Towor, St Louts
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducab,
' Uilvcrthorno, Kvatisvillo
11 Grand Tower, Memphis
Boat To Leave To-Day. Stoamer
Jim Fisk, Paducab; B II Cooko, cvans-
villo; Commonwealth, New Orleans; Col
orado, Vlcksburg; Utah, Llttlo Rock;
AtUntlr, Now Orleans; Paragon, Ntw
lUvr.ii, Weather anu Businem
Tho liver last oveulng was 7 fjot, 11 it
ches, on tbe gauge, having riicn 3 2-0 Ir
ches during tbo provlous 24 hours. The
weather contlnuos clear and builticss very
IV aii Dept. Hiveii ItEroiiT,
O:tolcr 1, la7t.
station. lowwator. m..
rt. in. Kt. In.
Pittsburg 0 1 a!
Cincinnati :i ll xt
Louisville j 2 1
Nashville ! 2 3
St. Lojk i t) 10 2
General Items. Tho R E Do P.uney
will work up to St Louis and back pull
ing snagt, and will remove all tho moif
troublcsomo broakt during tho trip,
There it now somo prospect of Improve
ment in tho uppor Oblo, and the Vint
Shlnklo is getting ready to leave for Cin
'in o bllvortborno managed to get out
yestorday morning with a fair trip.
Max Kuehne, tho organ builder, I
rrndy at nny tlmo to tuno and rpair
pianos and molodoons. You may tafoly
trust your instruments to nu caro ; you
will not bo dccolvcd.
Schenck'b Pulmonic Syuci For the
euro of consumption, coughs and colds
Tho great vlrtuoin this lutdicino it that it
ripons the matter and throws it cut of tbo
system, purifies tbo blood, and thus effects
HCIIENCKS HIA WEEP TONIC, FOR THE
CURE OV DYSPEPSIA, INIUQKBTION, AC.
Tbo tonic produces a healthy action ot
tho stomach, creating an app'itlto, forming
chylo, and curing tho most obstinate caios
bCHEKCKH MANDRAKE 1 ILLS FOR THE
Cure or Liver Complai::t, Ac.
Those pills aro alterative, and produco
a healthy Action of tho liver without tho
least danger, as they aro frco from cal
omol, nnd yet moro edacious In restoring
a healthy action of tho livor.
Thoso rcmodlos are a corlain euro for
Contumpt on, at tho Pulmonlo Syrup
ripens tho matter and purifies the blood,
The Mandrako Pills act upon tho liver
crnato a healthy bilo, and romovo all dis
oases oi tuo liver, oiton a causo
of Consumption. Tho Sea
Wood Tonic gives tono and
strength to tho stomach, makes n good
digestion, and enablos tho organs to form
good blood; and thus croatos a healthy
circulation oi neauuy uiood. xho com-
blnod action of theso medicines, at thut
oxplained, will euro overy cnio of Con
mmptlon, if. taken in time, nnd tho uso of
tho medicines prcsoryod in,
Dr. Hchonck Is professionally nt his
principal ofllco, corner Sixth and Arch
Ste., Philadelphia, ovory Monday, whoro
an icitort ior auvico must bo addrossod,
Bchonck't modlclnoi for talo by Druggists
Mattress and Furniture Manu
rAciuiiEs. Alessrs. Segrist and liar
man havo openod, on Washington avenuo
botwoon Thlrtoonth nnd Fourtoonth
street a shop, whoro they propose to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattrcssos, upholstering, sofns, loungos,
cbalrt, etc., and also ropairing and ro
varnishing furnituro of nil descriptions.
Xhoy will tow nnd lay down carpets and
hung paper. Now mattrcssos and furnl
turo mndo to ordor. Tooy hove como to
Cairo to ttay, and rcspoctfully solicit tho
patronngo of tho public. 283-9.2C.lm
i on oai.k. a goon iruit larm, ono
milo west of Cobden station, on tho I. C.
R. R., and olgbty rods oast of tho Cairo
and St. Louts railroad. Said farm hat a
Hmo kiln working on It, and contains a
flno bod of Hmo rock. Tho fruit troct jutt
coming Into boarlng, consist of applet,
pears, chorrios and plums. Also straw
borrios, rnipborrici, blackborrlet, pie
plant, oto. Will bo Bold" for a'amnll sum
down, bslanoe on long time Inquire of
J. Llmbert, corner Eighteenth etroet nnd
Commercial avonuo, or O. Winiton, Ohio
lovoo, Cairo Illinois. 0-27-2w
Unit luvo boon K-nnt. nvm- ilm
f V I'VIIIIVtl
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UULLIIL IIJ C'f Y1 1. Illll T VI lnillWI
You can get a Complete Assortment.
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i.i.fin. I'uiiu.i.. nil. ninnvH u
l.aliirri nir lian. iveiu cxtrncieil at a
hour, day and night. 0-17-tf
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it. Y, MILLElt, Precldont,'
J. M. PHILLIPS. Vlco Pn eldeilt,
C1IAS. CUNNINGHAM, Canhlor.
nttt t t.'.TiTiik-e fftimnlTT V t A 1
l'VMT I Villi- In ..! 1.11'nll
rjuic.i fcciimica uougni mm ioiu.
Iiilcrrat nllowtd on tlmo dvpos
T H flFPY NATIMKAI
. P. HALLIDaY. President:-
k .1 Ll . L...llt. ,.-.1.1
wah nil ii .hi. ur. A.ii.iaiir i:a.nu
nilAIA I .aV I t -11 It. IL. II. i : . M M .
II. L. HALLIDAY, IV. P. HAI.LIDAt
G. 1. Yvii.lum.on, Stephen Binp,
a. i). SAi'roitn.
Exclinncp, Coin nnd United;
Bonds Bought nnd Mold.
DEPOSITS received and a general ban
VEGETABLE WORM SYT
A l.rnua ...... k..tr-...tH ...I...- f..il
ttn.itii; iwriiiumj riiuti iu ivin-u Hill
u'iuu jiiuihmi, iK-roicaii); bin no
Thfifrt fa tin nllinr tti.U.lt ,
mlbablo wretclicdncKs of the little Mil
PRODUCED BY WORK
find when tho parent fully unUorHtaiii!
ti ttlnln.it I... r.fll ..t .!..!. a
ai.uuiivii iju niii uuL uLinv it, Miuujriii
alirlnn ann. ....... ... .. . I .. tl .1 .
jllen to InMiru the uxpuUlnn ot the Intn
i uu reracuy may ie iouiki in t
I)K. HOOKKS1 YEOKTAlJIiK "V
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j'icaso near in mum that
KOUKILS' WOUMSYKrP ii
h tho rellablu prcpartj
Ul a palpable prcpnri
it liked by tho cblj
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP fH
positively destroys wi
ROGEHS' WORM SYRUP ?
leavei no bad cjl
KOOKHS' WOltM SYKI
Is highly recoimnended by ih)lelann
ltuniUcstlonably tho beet wormmej ,
in the world.
Prlen H i.nia i... u .,
- tun. j ini.icm MllUfllLri I
JOHN F. HK.NRY, CFRHAN & CO., J'l
aim ii louego riacc, Kcw Yoikl
IOE. ICE. IC
THOMAS S PRO AT &
AVho Imlc riiU'eiillPultiHii
PURE I ARE HK, jl
Cairo, nols, and Columbus, Kcr.'( '
Cairo olllce at Union & Wlknu'j. imll
lYo will run nn left wairnn tlirniiL'lim'
Di!ijuo, iieiivcriuK I'uro iano ice in nr
of tho city at tho lowest markct'prlc I
will ulo liirnlsh our friends outsldo tlti
with Ico by tho eako or car load, pacl
saw dunt, for slilpincnt to nny diatannj
And Doalcr In
FRESH MEATS, I
EiauTit Street, tiet. WAauiNaTohy
Ooumercial, aye; adjoining Hang
Kccdi tho best'of Beef. Pork.MiiiimH
Lamb, Sausago ' etc., and is prcparl
icrro families in an accoptablo inauocU