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MONDAY KVKN1KU, October 12th.
FIRST APPEARANCE
Of the Clurmlog Young Artlt
LOUIE LORD.
sBupporlcd by
,JdXAHATIC COMPANY
rahi
TTM Wfl iihetf or a .
AdtriteCff, Kocnr .
nights only,
in 7 cent.
ChlMrea wider twelve o
mtmd leM 86 cents. 4
Children In
Seat cured nt Dau nattmaan's.
318-10-7-ut.
"PALL.
I?
4
STKftJB &l QUOTjSON.
fffQiajQpUajtu Jii announcing to
our. fricndsihcU ovr foc& of -.ftii nii
' W VI I . Y
fffinfcY Gooai t' Hoto arriving. We
shall offer this schton a ttoch of Dress
j&bxiltJ TrimmingiA Fancy Goods,
Nbtiont, etc.? chicll for variety, style
'i vw ' tU- f . V' ,
ani excellence 6 jnafrrtaf, exec aiy-
thing & , heretofore offered. Onr
large and increasing trade enables vs to
hfY fiviH'Jkst hand at the ,1
of tupply.- Always on the. a
.best, sources
ilerttdi
tjery.aavtmtage n prices, tec arcjiappy
So'ifateth&t this season tec have secured
thS most attractive stock in rt market,
at jtica which ice gaurantee "Hock
Bottom.'
Ve affirm our ability to du-
plicate Chicago and St. Louis prices,
ITe KEEP OKLY THE )&OST
DESIRA'BME GOODS, ALLO IK
No '&EMNANTS TO ACGUMIT-
HATE'S mIke no 3EBTS
Am'wiiL n6t be' under.
SOLD A Y ANY HOUSE JiV THE
TRjWEs- A rvifit 0 inspection Kill
convince mrchas(rs of the cxtraordi
tuu tyrotru pffcrcd., by the popular
and progressive r one-price, cash Dry
Goods house of
r -" 'Stuart & Qliolson.
- lNOWCJTO CONTnAOTOftf).
Bitltd proposals, . nddrossod (o tbo city,
couocfl'of tbe dry of Cairo, will Ixj rocched
tmv.oOlcc, No. l'U Commercial avenue,
instil 6 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday, tho 1.1th
day ot.October, 1874, for turnlshltig tho
material and doing the work lor tho con
Rtructon ol a sower through tho Ohio levee
atorntarThlrtT-elghthraweet.
r Said sewer, W to be conbtructed nettordlng
to tho plan and specifications riirnNbcil by
Johnl1. llealey, city engineer, and which
plan and speclilcations aro now on tllu In
my otllce. eubject to examination ot any
time. 3
Tho party to whom tho contract may be
awarded will bo required to glvo a good
and sufficient bond for tho falthlul perform
ance of the contract.
The city council reserves tho right to re
ject any and all proponali.
110-14-10t M. H. Cox, City Comptroller.
NOTICE.
-STATK or lrxiwoifi, . In tho
Aucxanpkk County. nn Circuit Court.
" ' Thomas 11. Farrln
T " E vs.
liUtlUaMlzc.KarnoU JIlzo. and Claudius
C.' Mire, nnd Hamucl Mtnats Taylor and
Edwin raraont, Truitccs of the Cairo City
l'ropcrty Company.
But in cuaoocrv lor speciuc perromance
The abovo named defendants are lierchv
notified that the ubove entitled suit U ncnd-
Ing In said court, and the tlmo and place of
tho return of summons in tho c.no, is tho
nest term of said court, to bo liolden at llio
court house, in the city of Cairo, In said
county, on tbe first Monday in January, A.
D.18T0. ltKUMIXH. Voou.m,
844-10-ia-w4t Clctk of mid Court.
Jt, Jomkb, fashionably bootmaker, ha
moved into his new houso next to his old
gtand.on Commercial avonue, and atiurus
hfs friends that be Is bettor than over pro
pared to satisfy them in tbo stylo, stock,
fit, etc, of their boots and shoes, At( evi
dence of bis ability to satisfy everybody,
may ba'soon invtbe fact that ho Is crowded
with work, and has been compollod to em
ploy three more Orst-clate workmen. Ho
Baaof5turpavery,alylo of boots or shoes
and uses only tbe, boat of material In all
cues; whether making' a cow-bldo shop
or ajalr or the finest French calf boots.
Glvo him a trial. Satisfaction li cuaran.
teed.
303.10-3-Vm
fFsjoTOOBAfuiu OallxhyT Gustav
Wl'i rrotographlo Aft Gallery,
(trBirjy a, a. Anomaij, comer Eighth
nrcw ana uommorciai avonuo. Every
mug jjutwiuiug 10 mo puoiograpula art
skilfully and elegantly executed. The
nappy combination of ft splendid light
nd the best lnstruments, cnablo me to
Uke children's pictures Initantanoously
Mothers, give mo a trial, If you deslro
the sweet smile of your cborubj preserved
forever. BatUUctlon given In every
cue, or no tbn mao. M ,
BOitreMonabl.. Carte.de vl.lt, t3 per
lMfOeini( .Ix f $1. Ct
comylged, ' 10.8.lf
.Vtm-BllirA EOOfl Irult f.rm'
1 the I. 0.
tbe Cairo
farm liaa
AiQMaUHi working on it, and contains u
of rock, Tb. fruit trees just
w..K ,uw oearing, consist of .pplei,
ptesvf, ckwriM and (plums. Alio straw!
UrtW)fMtisf 'bUckberrlei' pie
t,U. fWIH U .old for , imttj, m
down, Ulance on Jong Urn,. Inr.ulro of
UsmUn, corsur JJigbte.nth street nnd
Oomwdal imus, or 0, Wlniton, 0b,
Uif, Cairo IIHnoli. 9.J7.W
miw.wwi enyooaen station, oq
ii
sghty'rod. atof
ai.i.oiUra rood. 'Sa d
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
TUESDAYrOOTOBEU18, 1874.
WANTED.
Somebody to taice rromua n tuausami inn
heads. good, paper, andjlincly- printed, lor
Ntntrmrati.
Ono thousand statements prlntcil nt Tin:
BULLETIN olUco tor ?3.K) to 4 oo.
Roto JIrnl.
I unto head, tirlntcd nt THIS
Bulletin ofllco for $1.00; twothousaudfor
0.50.
f'nrilfi.
nun ftimt.nnil 1im1nr rjtrd. flllO Bristol
board, printed nt 'J iir Bulletin oillcfl tor
from $2.00 to $0.00, according to ulzo.
Get your oystor. at tho Dolraonloo.
Fon Bent. A lino cottage. Inqulro
of Georgo Filler. 332-10-10-Ct
Tub Dost oystors at iLu
Dolmonlco
Restaurant.
2C7.0-20.tf
Sunday u a quiet day
Tlio entiro
pollco business cooeutod of tho arrest of
two young blados lor drunkenness.
SILK II ATS t BILIC 11 ATS I
aiU liats mado to ordor Bt A. Marx's,
To Ohio loroo.
f nrair oytlora or aoytblng olio you j
wnnt at tho Dolmonlco ltctt&urnnt npon
day and night.
ilns. Wood UiTTENUousEbas toturned
from her yltll to tit. Loult. She was an
attendant of tho" fatr."tbo guest moanwlillo
of Rev. Mr. l'oote's family.
Fob ltENT-Cotlage, No. 32 Tontb
treot, between 'Wathlngtou and Walnut
Knqulre of Clia..Lanp, or.at TllK JJULLR
TIN office 335.10-ll.tf
TllK family of l'rof. Trick, toachor of
Qorman In our publlo tchools arrived In
Cairo Saturday with a vlow of taking up
a permanent retldenco. t
Dr. Jcnklle. Can bo found at hi
dental parlor) on Klghth etrcot at iila
hours. Host of roforancos given as to pro-
feiilonal ability.
Coyne's oyster dopot and rostaurant
Oyilors in tbo shell and can, froth ovory
day, nt l'hll Saup's old stand, botwoon
Sixth and Sovonth stroots, Cairo, ill.
Two rooms to rent, botwoon Tenth and
Elovonlh streets, on Washington avenuo.
Apply nt County Clerk's ofllco.
!2'J3-D-30-2w
Tue fact has hitherto escaped newspa
per mention, that Capt. Goo. U. Poor Is a
bannv man. llo Is tho fatbor of a com
paratively now olovon pound boy.
The St. Ciiaklks JIotel has eovora
ploasant rooms on tho uppor lloor, sulta
bio for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tho wintor, with board, at very reasonable
rates. tt
Gov. 1'almeii will mako speeches dur
Ing tbo campaign, nt J)u Quoin, Carbon'
dale, Vienna and Cairo, llo Is cno of tbo
bloit nnd most cfll'ctlvo stumpers in tbo
West.
FonSALK Ruaoy. Wo doslro to soil
a splendid buggy almost new. Wo will
soli It n agroat sacrifice. Tenons desir
ing a good bargain in a buggy havo now
an opportunity to obtain one.
The German School society will glvo
a ball on tho 'JOth Inst., nt John School's
Uall. A gonoral Invitation Is given to
all. Full notice, -with committees, etc.,
will bo glvon noxt wook. 3:'C-10-7.Ct
A well known colored man of our
city, practlcod his art of fascination on a
whlto woman of n neighboring vlllsge
and, last wcok, took her to wife. It was
a legitimate, capturo.
The grand Opposition demonstration of
tho campaign will como off in Cairo on
tho ovonlng of thu day boforo tho election,
Monday. Ex-Govornor Palmer will bo
numberod among tho ipoakora.
Left in some ui'sinkss homo last
Thursday afternoon, a bundle, contalnlag
o lady's whlto wrapper and n black comb.
The flndor will pleate lonvo It at this olllco
and bo rownrdod. U
IiOST. On Saturday ovonlng, a JET
11 RE AST PIN, with three pondants at
tached. Tho Under will be suitably re
warded by.loavlng it at this ofllco.
215-10-13-4t
Notice to the Puiilic Tho now
packing houto market In Wilcox's block
will bo opon Saturday next, with fresh
meats and now lard, ut tho lowest market
price. Howie & lino.
2l0.0-3.lm.
The tailor shop and dyeing establish
ment of Philip Zimmerman was burglar
ized during Saturday night, nnd a num
ber of second-hand gtrments abstracted,
Tho burglars, have, thus far, avoided
detection.
A colokei) woman named Herns lost
her pocket-book, containing $14, while In
attendance ut ono of the colored church
fairs, a fow ovonlngs ago. On n like occa
ion two or tnree niontn. ago llio some
woman loil?C0.
Mk. and Mm John H. Oiikhly "loft
tho city per Illinois Central, ycitordny
artornoon, the former lo attend u meeting
ot mo urand Lodge of Odd Follows In
Chicago, and the Utter to visit her rola-
lives In Ohio.
We are promlied n contost In thl,
county, more or lesi Interesting, lor tbo
office cf coronor. If tho Incomo of tho of
lice wore sufficient to reimburse them, the
contestants would, most likely, announce
tbefr naraoi.
Clat dljcharge-pipt, iv.. ,, ,.M
down across Commercial and Washington
avenmn oa lino -with Seeond'.treet.n'd
across Commercial at Its Intersection with
Fourth and Twelfth. As the r
workmen number, only four men, tho
invu.ru oi mo worn is necciiaully !ow.
l.oni) s Whitelkt's drnmatlo troupe
Mid not arrlvo ln the city until yctterday
aiiomoon; out uoiwitnstanding tho .Jimlt
bilvjtimo loft to thorn, put tholr Initial
puce upon tbo boards in good shape. Tho
company is Hopping nt tho St. Unarloi.
,1'EnsoWAi.. Mr. and Mn. Honry JJng
tsb, of Vermont, fatbor and motbor of
Mr. English who was three years ago su
perintendent of tho Cairo publlo schools,
aro Id tho city' vliltlng the family or Geo.
Fiihor, Esq.
J.'ll. GetiJMA: and Geo. iJ. Olmilcd
wilt accompany Hon. William llnrtzelt
on his trip to' Matsao and I'ope counties.
Thoy are not orators, as ilrutus was; but
at tbe buih'Whacklng stylo of elocttonocr
lag thoy aro Inimitable Thoy will lake
their dopnrturo this morning.
Tun very decided chango lu tho tern-
poraturo of tho wealhor, yostcrday morti-
ing, crcatod an Increasod activity in tbo
coal aud wood trade, and a demand for
heavy clothing that mado our clothiers
fairly "beam." The prlco 0! wood wont
up a half dollar on tho cord.
Vk aro just In rocolpt of ton barrols
of prlmo, honost Golden Syrup from Cal
norma. Also UiUllornla fruits, new
silgar-curod hams, younjr American
cbeose; plno npplo chento; 91 nags prlmo
KiocoCoo from If aw Orlenni, very cbenp.
Tlmolliy nnd cluror scsd, etc.
10-I.t-tf Stiiation & HlHD.
Piton T. IJ. Iayloii'h lectures in tho
hall of tho Wboral Kollgionlsu, last Sab
bath, woro able and engaging. Ills sub
ject for tho morning lecturo was, "Irra
tional Religion." In the ovcnlng bo lec
tured on "Evolution as applied to mind
and matter." Tho attendance was some
what larger than usual,
Hunting parties leavo Cairo for tho
lOlghborlng lakes ani woods of- Ken
tud.iy dally, Jneckel was among tho
number that wont out yo?torday, aud
being a "dead shot" ho brought back n
duck slightly larger than a canary bird,
Tho balnnco of tho party, numbering six,
rcturnod ompty bnr.di-d.
An cflort Is on foot to Induce II. IJ.
Hardy, Eiq., Democrat, to withdraw from
tho senatorial contest In tho 61t dlstriati
and loave the fight to Rev. Mr. Williams
Indopendont, nnd Co'. Forrlll, Radical,
1'artles concerned In tho movomont fool
quite confident that; If Hardy withdraws
Ferrill can bo defeated.
In evory Instancu whoro tbe Bulletin
has boon permitted to coin po to with St,
Louis printers for job wort, it has beon
successful. Of our ability to oxecuto work
In as artistic a stylo as any printing office
In tbo North west, tliero is now no quos-
tion In tho minds oi tho most fastidious
and oxac.ing patrons of our office.
Losr. On tbo fair excursion train go
Ing to or roturnlng from St. Louis, a pair
of silver framo Rra.illlan pobblo glasses
and somo notes payable to Geo. W. Krwin
that aro Of no uio to any ono but myself.
The finder will bo well rewarded by re
turning thorn to tbo Bulletin Office at
Cairo. W.M. Maiitin.
343-10-13.31
uity fccniP Wanteij. Wo want to
purehaso flvo hundred dollars In city
Scrip for which wo will pay seyonty flvo
cents on tho dollar, nnd 110 more. ' Parties
wishing to dlsposo of scrip t ttin abovo
price, can apply to
Jewett Wilcox Si Co,
St. Chnrlc's Hotel
341-10-13.3t
The QszottocorrospondonfFnir Play,1
In enumerating tho butchers of Cairo who
bavo maintained their business throughout
the summer, omits tho namo of Hyland
llauor, cornor of Oommorclal avenuo an
Tenth stroot. If a prosocution of bus
nets in thn fnco of odverso circumstances
Ii creditable to the othor gentleman
named it is crodltablo also to II. Sc
Honco, we supply thn omission.
The board of education took occasion
during tho rocont vacation, to glvo th
high sohool building a thorough Intorlor
overhauling. Tho blackboards worO ro
slated, tbo walls kalsomlned, and ndorncd
with now nod appropriate chromot, and
other Improvements nnd additions were
mado whloh give tho several rooms an
air of completeness and cloanliness which
they never boforo presented.
Rabe Ball Challenge. Wo, the
"Curroll Hoys," of tho Carroll llaso Hall
club, challenge any plokod nlno of Cairo
to play n friendly match gamo of base
ball on noxt Sunday, on Carroll Rate
Hall Club grounds, on Thirty-fourth street.
Any nine accepting this challei.go will
ploase answer through Bulletin a. soon
as possible P. M. Lally, Capt,
M. P. Cullinan, Soc'y. 342-10-13tf
DDitiNoaroccnttrlptoSt. Louis, County
Treasurer William Martin, lost from his
o. Lot n number of notes of hand nnd
otnor papers noionging to tho estate of
Ooorgo W. Irwin, decoasod. Tho pnpors
although of no valuo to any uno olso, their
rocovery Is of considerable iraporttneo to
Mr. Mnrtin. lie will, tborofnro, pay a
suiianio rowara icrinoir return, and de
lugo tho flndor with thanks. They were
most probably lost on tbo train.
The report that old Hughoy Kimball,
reconny deceased, burled 1800 In cold
coin on Dickoy Island, five miles abovo
Cairo, is contradicted. Parties wbo claim
tol .avo boon familiar with tho old man's
financial standing, say that hu died, qulto
ponnllesi. Por.oontra, othor.partles In
sist that during tbo past thrco years tbo
Old man had toado at least tbreo dollurs
for every one that ho oxpended.
Mr. EnLzn. Inform, us that ho has
made arrangements with Henry Arter
tho largest Importer of French nd Ger
munealfln Now York, and will receive
all his stock direct from him. Tho flrtf
Invoice will bo received in d few davs
andjt will bo to tho Interest of nil bis
patrons and tho general public to call and
examine bis slock bsfore ordering tholr
boots nnd shoes oliewhore. He guaran
tees sstlffftctlon in all cases, lO.'J.t
If, Just at this time, you hoar tha raltlo
of snoot-iron, frequently punctuated wun
oaths, 'proceeding from tbo Interior ol
dwelling houses, you may safety conolude
that somobody Is-wrestling wun a nou
adjustable itoveplpo Tho Individual who
can put up a stovo without Indulging in
profane expressions, can, on application,
socuro editorial control of tho religious
dopartmont of The nuM.KTiN at any
salary his consclenco will pormit him to
demand.
Wm Llnkor representing 1). W. Irwin
& Co., of Chlcaco, sonds us tbo following
quotations oh grain :
Ootobor wheat, OOJ.
Novombor whoat, 90J.
Year wheat, 00.
Uctober corn, 771.
November corn, 73j.
Year corn, 71 J.
Uctobor oatj, 49.
Novombor oatf, 48.
Year oats 47.
October barloy, 1.08.
Novcmbor barley, LOG.
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON !
OYSTEU AND VARIKTY SUITER
The ladles of tbo l'rotbytotlan Society
will glvo an oyster and variety supper at
Rlltott te Hatthoiinb's Or.n Htavv
on Commercial avenuo,
Suppor will bo sorved from half-past S
clock to 13 p.m.
Thoro will bo an abundance of Chicago
Ico cream for all who desire It.
310-10-11-21
How to Get Stamina. Iron Frames
and strong nervous system aro not tho lot
of all. Uut the fceblo neod not despair.
lly adopting tbo right moans they may
nvo as long nnu enjoy mo as mucli as
their most robust neighbors. Physical in
vigoratlon Is, however, necessary to this
ond ; and "while tho splrltous tonics and
norvlnos usually admitted, eventually do-
press both body and mind. Dr. J. Walker's
California Hitters Invariably supply now
vigor to tho frame, while tbny regulato
evory disordered function.
9-lC-d and w 4 w.
Ut "ordor of tho committee," T. 1'
Roberts, of this city, will, In tho interest
of tho Labor Reform movomont, at onro
cntor upon n canvass of tho several coun
tics of tho Kightoenth congressional die
trlct. "Tho committoo" deolaro that Mr
Roborts is abundantly alilo to croditably
ropresont thn party with which he
Identified. Tho report that the newly
dovoloped l'rcntiisian orator, J. R. Cun
nlngham, will accompany Mr. Roborts,
Is, wo am authorized to say, wholly un
founded. Mr. Cunningham's electrical
oluquonco will bo confined, during tho
campaign, to Aloxander county.
Makino Ready. At tho meeting of
tbo County Central committee, Saturday
night last, a complcto organization wis
porfectod by tho appointment of Thomas
W. Hatlldey, John 11. Oossman and J. II.
Motcalf as a Flnanco committoo. It will
bo a duty which this committoo will no
doubt roilglously discharge, to look to tho
dotalls of tho campaign lu Aloxander
county, to collect monoy to moot ncosary
expenses and to do such other and further
things as may saem essential to tbo local
and gonoral succos ot the party. Tho
position to which tho gentlomen named
havo boon assigned 13 laborious and
thankless, hut their Democratic ztal
warrants tho conclusion that tbolr respec
tive trusts will in no particular bo disre
garded. The Atheneom. Lord & Wbltoley'.
dramatic troupo hold forth In tho Atlic
neum last nlgbt to an audlonco which
undor th'o clroumstanoes, must be accept
ed by tbo company as highly encourag
ing. The new drama, tho "Westorn
Grangers"," was smoothly presented, Louie
Lord as Mattlo Smlthcrs coming fully up
to tho standard of excellence that is
claimed for hor. J.A. Loid had an ad
mirable concoption of tho character of
Rob Smtthors, and called out applause
that was by no moans undeorved. Tho
company, as a wbolo, Is an excollunt ono,
and is morally certain to win tbo good
opinion of our citizens.
To-night Is doslgnatod tho "grand opora
night." "Tho Child of tho Reglmont"
will be presented with Miss Jennie Woltz,
tho favorite comodienno, as Josephino
Wo prodlct n full house, and a highly
satisfactory ontortalnment.
Reakinq TnE Cnoss A strong proof
or man', total depravity la tho fact that
neither clerical cloak nor gait, sanctimon
ious face nor solemn moin are sufficlont to
establish In tho publlo mind tbo univorsal
uprightness and unlmpoachablo rectltudo
of Christian ministers. Tho mere circum
stanco that a colored dlvino of this city
stopped his carriage, a fow days ago,
Jumped Into a neighboring cornfield, and
darkened tbo air with roastlng-ears flying
carriage-ward, until tho approach of
hostile individual and tho cry "hi I thoro I
get out of that I" causod him to desist and
depart haitlly wo repeat that tho moro
mention of this circumstance Is accepted
by scoffers and sinnors to mean
tbat a colored minister oau
appropriate other people', roasting
ears, oven at tbe risk of dotectlon
and disgrace. The world, wo take it, Is
over-susplcloui, Tbe colored intnister
might have been In his own corn-field,
Thu hostllo man might havo been on
a prodrtory mlsilon himself. The minis
tor, suspecting that theft was the ohjoct,
hurried away, that hi. soul might not bo
wrung by witnessing the horrible consum
mation. This Is a charitable construction,
fully wnrr&ntod by the fact that the min
liter, without waiting for .ocond bid
ding, "got out ot that'' with a religious ex.
podition which, In view of all tbe circum
stances, was highly commondable,
Un and after Oct. 1st, tho price of dav
loardattbe St. Charles Hotol, to new
boarders will be $25 per month. Only a
limited number will bo ro:olved at the
obov rates.
GERMAN-AMERICAN SCHOOL.
The Gorman American school, of this
city,' was organized ton yoars ago, Mr.
Honry Appol then, as now, being It)
principal. Itbas beon maintained with
out any publlo alJ, relying entlroly upon
tho legitimate Incoiao from pupils, tbo
voluntary contributions of friends, and
such funds ni woro securod, from lime to
time, through tbe moans of picnics, bills
and otlior harmless entcrtainmonli.
Ab Is usual, at this season, considerable
exponio matt bo Incurred in providing
for tho winter. Tho board of trustees,
unwilling to mako ft dlroct appeal to tho
public, havo decided to glvo a ball on
Monday the 26th Instant; and In further
ance of that Idea, havo appointed a com
mittoo of ladtos wbo will provldo for tho
occasion an amplo and sumptuous euppor.
Wo nood scarcoly urge the friends ol
education In our city, to avail themselves
of tho opportunity thus prescntod to on-
courago an Institution which contribute.
In no small degree to tho good namo and
well being of our city. Tbo amusement
and pMtlmo provided for will provo a full
equivalent for tho prico of tho ticket, Icav
Ing the purchaser tho gratify In; re floe
tlon that, ho his by his smnll Investment,
glvo encouragement to an institution that
has carnod his good will, r.nd grmtly In
croasod tho scopo ami exeellonon of tho
facilities for tbe education of the youth,
Furtbor details will bo mado public In
duo louion.
Police CounT. Tho pollco builnots
boforo magistrate UIrd, yesterday, was
unimportant. Edward llurk took on
few flngors of "calorlcked-boomur-
ntckel," and indulged in a series of tan
trums that woro pronounced vlolatlvo of
tbo peace and dignity of tho municipality.
He whs pulled, of course, and his caio
appearing to warrant It, thu Justlco fired
him $5 and tbo emoluments, which he is
paying out, in the calaboose, at the rato
of ono dollar per day.
Meit camo Martin McGlllnu, who hsd
"montonod his diaphragm" to execs with
crude corn juice. Ills case was merely n
plain one, sufficiently aggravating only to
call for tho infliction of ono dollar line
and tho Inevitable prnultil. Ponitent
and humiliated was Mnrtin, to such nn
oxtont that a stay of oxocutlon was or
dered that ho might, If bo so oloctod, shake
tbo dust of the city from his unconsocrated
hools.
MIchaol llickey permitted his angry
paislons to rise, and seeing what he con
ceived to be a Uo.srvlng object, ho opened
his vials of wrath upon it. Tho language
MIchaol cmployod bing esteemed threat
ening, he was fined ?5 and tho dressing'.
Dissatisfied with tho 'iqulro's deriiloil, ho
threatened to appeal, but bli throat re
mains unexcuted.
And to ends tbo pithless chapter.
COMMERCIAL.
Caiko, III., Monday Evenino,
October 12th, 1874.
Tho wook opens with a vary quiet mar
kot In all departments and with nothing
to Indicate nnimproymont soon.
Flour Is heavy and draRglng, ospccially
on cholco grades, and orders for low grades
camo in very slow. Recelps ot corn and
oats are very small but are sufficient to
mot tho small domand, both of tbcm rul
ing quiet. Corn meal Is quiet and quoted
1 00 1 15 in jobing lots.
Tho weather was clear and cold with a
kcon north wind blowing all day,
THE MARKET.
rOur frlonds should boar In mind
tbat tbo prices hore given aro usually for
salos from first hands In round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an advance- over those
flguros.-3
FLOUR.
Tbo market rules hoavy and dull all
round moro so on cholco grades. Stocks
aro still accumulating and holdors anxious
to sell, but thore Is no Indication of a
declino lu prices. Wo nolo sales of 100
bbls surpors, 4 12J; 100 bbls various
grades, 4 CO to 0 SO; 400 bbls various
grados, 4 00 to 0 50; 100 bbls, XXX, 4 CO;
100 bbls fancy family, 0 00; 100 bbls
cholco XXXX, 5 25; 300 bbls, various
grades, part now process, 4 CO to 8 50(
200 bbls various grados, -1 00 to G 20; 8S0
bbls varloas grados, 4 00 to C 00; 10U bbls
various grades, 4 00 6 00.
HAY. Thoro Is a steady demand for choice
hay, aud recolpts are nil takoo at quota
tions. Low grades aro plenty and neg
lected. Wo note salos, dellvored, of 2
cars cholco timothy, 20 00; 2 cars mixed,
17 00; 1 car choice, mixed, 18 00; 1 oar
fancy timothy 21 00; 3 cars cboleo tim
othy, 19 00, 20 0021 00; 1 car choice
mixed, 18 00; 1 car choice timothy, 20 00;
1 car prairio, 18 00.
CORN.
Tho supply Is fair and demand small,
Receipts aro vory light. Prloes arestoudy,
firm and unchangod. We noto salos of
1 car mixed in sacks, dolivored, at 00c;
car white in hulk, cn track, 85c; 3 cars
white in sacks, delivered, 9091c; 1 car
whlto In sacks, delivered, 89c; 7 cars white
In sacks, delivered, 00c.
OATS.
Tho market rules quiet. Receipts aro
light and demand very limited; stocks aro
not accumulating; price, are linn. Sales
woro 3 cars mixed In bulk, on track, 63c;
1 car whlto In bulk, on track, OGc; 2 car.
white In bulk, on track, CSc: 1 car mixed
In sacks, delivered, COc; 3 car. black In
bulk, on track, CSc.
CORN MEAL.
Quiet and dull. Prices are nominally
the same as last woek, but there was nonu
soiling to spoak of. Four dollar. uiy ba
quoted an outsldo figuro on round lots of
cholco brands.
BRAN.
Tho market is nominally unchanged,
Prices are held at $19 00 in car-load lots
to-day. We have no transactions to no
tice.
HOTTER.
Tbe .took of medium quality butter ex
ceed, tbo demand, Holder, aro dlsposod
to mako concession to effect .ales. Strict
ly cholco northern is still In notlvo do-
Tut City (j nuoin
PHIL. Hu SATO
HAS NOW THE LARCJEST STOCK OP COWPKn-
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
THE TRADE,
Do 11- ( utiy old candies,
summer mid arc stale, claiming home manufacture. Also
see to your weight, livery box ought to contain five pounds
net, or 0 ounces over live pounds. Kemcmbcr tho place
Corner 8th St. and
Tho Only Place in tho City where You
mand at 'it(Mif. Southern Illino s
choice is quoted at 'ii(V):, Wo note
sales of f0O lb. cholco northern at 3UGiW
l packages do 33c; &0O lhl do3'.'c; 1M) lbs j
do Snulhorn Illinois 30e; 10 packages
Southern Illinois :B30o.
EGOS.
Tbe market holds firm and prlci aro
unohangod. Very few como In nnd the
supply l.i small, for tint demand sales wero
COO dozen 16(1 Co; 100 do 17c; 8 boxes
shippers count 10l7c.
POULTRY.
Tho demand for good chickens contln-
ucs fair, nnd receipts aro all dtspciolof
Turkeys aro not wanted. Wu note sales
of 80 dnr.on young and old chickens. 2 60
3 00; C coops young and old chlokenr,
a v&'J 00; 'J coip turkeys, C 00; 3 coops
old hens, 3 00(5)3 25.
FRUIT.
Thorn is a modrtrntHly nulWo market
for cholco shipping apples at t! 00'.! CO, as
to quality. Oranges find rrndy sale nt
8 0C0 00 per bbl Salos wero tO barrnls
ohotc4 thlpping upploa at 1 00fr)2 CO, 20
barrels orug nt 8 000 00, 100 barrels
choice shipping nppln t - GQQn. CO, 2S
barrels cholco shipping applet, lit small
barrels, 'i 00.
PROVIS1 N3.
Tho market for smoked meats and
lard IitlJs firm and ur.churg d; stacks tr.
vary light none In commnston homes:
salci wero 1000 lbs OS, 17; 1000 lb.
shouldor, 11 ; l'JOO lbs sugar cured htnif,
14 J-
VEOETAIILES.
Choice onions aro quoted 4 4 25 lo
day, northurn potatoes command l0c
1 00 per buihot. Cabhago 7 8c her bead.
Sales reported wore C000 hcaid cabbsgo
G to 8c; 10 bblaonlona I I 2.5.
RIVER. NEWS.
PORT LIST.
A11H1VE1I.
Stoamor Jim Flak, l'ddueah
" Mry Alloa, Now Orloani;
" Hollo Memphis, St Louis;
" City of Vioksburg. Vlckiburg;
" R ll Cook, Evans vlllf!
" Hon Accord, St Louis;
" Slo Genevieve, iH Louis;
" City of Helena, St Louis;
" Lookout, Smlthland;
" H O Yaegcr, Now Orleans;
" Sllvorthorno, Evansvllle;
" Grand Tower, Memphis,
" Colorado, Vlcksburg;
" H 3 Turniir, New Orlcanr;
" T F Eckcrt, Ortud Chain. .
DEl'AftTKn.
Steamor Jim Fisk, Paducab;
" 11. H. Cook, Eyansvlllo ;
" Sllvorthorn, Evansville;
" Hello MomphlH, Memphis;
" City Helena, Memphis;
" City Vlcksburg, St. Louis j
' Sto, Gonovlovo, Vlcksburg;
" Grand Towor, St. Louis;
" Colorado, St. Louis;
" II. O. Yaeger, St. Louis;
" Hon Accord, Tonn. rlvor;
" Lookout, Smlthland ;
" Llda Nurval, South ;
" Heo & Hargos, Now Orloans ;
UIVEll, WXATHEK AND lUfclNEtU.
Tho rlvor last evening was flvo foot
cloven Inchos on tho gauge, having fallen
four inoho, during provious forty-eight
hours. The weather Is clcur and quite
cold. Business dull.
War Di:it. HivehRkfoht, )
Oitobcr 12, 1871. J
htations. low water. LUM-
Ft. III. Kt. 111.
Pltt-nurg - O 0 ;t
Cincinnati II l o 2
l.ouluvlllu 4 v A .'!
Kvuin-vMlo 4 1 I 1
Na-hvlllo !! il 0 !l
St. Louis u :i o l
OENEHAL ITKMB.
Tho Colorado yesterday had 05 bale,
cotton for St. Louis.
Tbo II H. Cooke and Sllvorthorno
brought fair trips from Eransvillo.
Thn Eckert returned from tho wreck
of the Probasco last evening, having re
covered tho four boilers.
Tho City of Vlcksburg brought 400
bales of cotton far thn east, and 1ms 225
for St. Louis.
Tho Colorado is paddling along on
ono wheel, having cracked hor starboard
sylinder heart.
Tho II. H. Turner lays up huro for the
present. She bioughtuptho steamboat
Mny Flower, one of Capt. Davo Camp
bell's late purclmnta lit Now Orleans.
Tbo II. C. Yaeger brought 02 barrels
rosin, 200 suotts salt for Cairo; 100 barrel,
rosin, 30 package fur Chicago, nud lias
4,000 sacks sail, 1,200 bjxes sugar for St.
Louis.
Capt. Bob Furgeson, of Smlthland,
chartered tho Lookout and n flit, and
brought out several families wlio urn emi
grating, with all thoy poisosi, to Califor
nia. They took tbe Illinois Central
road hore and expect to otango cars nt
Umaia. They came from tho lower Cum-1
icoo.
that have boon Jcunt over tho
Washington Av.
can got a Complcto Assortment.
berl.ind rlvor country, and number thirty
porsons in all.
Tha Mary Allco itartel to St. Louts
with hor barges on Saturday nlgbt, but
in trying to get of thu mouth of tho Ohio.
She backttl upon a blufT bar, breaking
throo of- hor ruldor.. She was towod
back to tbo wharf in the morning, and
will ba ocecuylcd until Thursday making
tho neconary repairs. Thu Mary Alice
Is ono of tbo largest and belt tow boats In
the west, and has met with very fow tc I
dents. Her two last trips to New Or, etna
and roturn wero madn In 2H days, ani her
cargoes were, togtlbur, Jl.C'.O ton. down
and V00 tons up.
Mr. Will Rusk, son of Capt. Ru,k,
commandor of tho Indiana, died of typhoid
fnver, last Saturday night, S"on fiT tho
Indium left Memphis. II' was enly
slightly ill when tbe boat left New Or
leans, nnd a physician Informed him that
there was no danger, and advised him to
come up on tho boat. Juit below Mem
phis another physician was called, wbo
pronounced tbq disease typhoid favor, and
did all be could lo tavo hm life, but with
out avail Mr. Rusk a proralslntr young
man about 18 years of ngc, and was en
ployed on thn Indiana In tbo capacity of
striker, as he was learning engineering.
Tbe boruaved parents bavo our sympathy
In this great affil tlon.
FoK Rent. Fio flno room, and hall
on second lloor of my houio, on Twentieth
street. The rooms havo all been over
hnulwt nnd nro In flno ordur. Y ator on
tho same floor. Wit. LllI.E. h.
a'-lO-'J-O
BnAr.DiNU. Parties desiring boarding
nnd lodging, or day board, In h privato
family, near the business part of tbe city,
can bo accommodated by calling at too
two-story wbito fram dwelling In rar cf
Ilrocs' building on 11th atrect. 314-10-CCt
Fi'.Eeli HoiTLY. Mr. P. Fitzgerald has
just received and has on sale at his sales
room, a largo slock of English ale, pcrtcr,
llenneisy brandy and wines, nnd llqticrs
of all kinds, which ho will dispose cf nt
reasonablo prices. 2SO-9-25-lm
IiOok Out ron Hahoainb. Mr. A
Marx has jurt returned from New York,
where he purchased ono of tho finest and
largest stock of clothing, gonfa furnish
ing goods, hats, etc., of tbo very latest
style, which ho will toll LOWER than
tbe lowest. All goods markod In plain
figure!. 275-0-2 !-lf
Lunch Kvei-.y Day. George Laltner
corner of Fourteenth and Washington
avonue, will furnish hereafter, every day
to his patrons a No. 1 lunch, L-lwccn tho
hours of ton and twolvo o'clock. Fresh
Milwaukee beer and fragrant Hav
ana cigars to be bad at bis bar at all
times.
O-.O-tf
Dissolution M otic e. Tho firm of
Rose & Tcuimo, confectioners, has been
this day dissolved by mutual coolant, .Mr.
Tcrnmo retiring. Tho business will bo
continued at tho old ataud by Mr. Roso,
wbo is authorized to collect nil sums duo
tbo firm and settlo all accounts ngainit it.
Oct. 0,1871. W. B. Rphk,
331-10-1 l-3t F. A. TtsiME.
Lumuek Still Goino Down. A. wo
aro determined to closo out our stock
spoedlly, preparatory to winding up bin
Iness, wo will soil all kinds of lumber at
two dollars por thousand less than mar
kot prices. A largo lot of lath and stovo
wood on hand, which will bo sold at cor
respondingly low rates,
221-0-0-tf " Wall .V: E.vr.
Notice to Students, A. flvo or six
have already applied to mo to givo them
lessons, I take this method to y, that I
will glvo a limited numbor of lessons lu
higher Arithmetic, Hook koeping, Alge
bra, Philosophy, EnglUh Grammar, Latin
and Greek. Throo or four moro can bo
accommodated. Othor branches may bo
pursued if preferred.
10-7-tf H. U. Thayku.
Mas. Hultz has just roturncdlrom tho
east with a full stock of mllliiiory good,
and ladles', mines' and children's shoes ;
also, a largo stock of ladles' hair switches,
and gocdn belonging to tbo millinery
trade, cull'd, hosiery, etc., with a largo
lot of notions, which she will soil cheaper
than any othor placo In Cairo, Store on
tho cornor of Eleventh street and Wash
lujton avenue, 2GG-9-22-U'
Mound City Accommodation. Com
nioiicing Thunday, October 0th, and con
tinuing, Sunday oxceptod, until Saturday,
October 17tb, tho Mound City nccoraoda.
tion will run, leaving Cairo at 8 a. m. nnd
5:00 p. in.; leaving Mound City at 8:30 a. m,
and 5:20 p. m ; to enable partlos to attend
court and roturn to Cairo daily. The
Wednesday and Saturday runs ns hero
toforo, will be abandoned until Octobor
18th.
1 AClwmsiEiiciAh av-
ENUE.-P. L. WlL
liams. Dentist, has alvrava ou
hand a fresh supply or Mlro Oxldo or
Laughing Gas. Teeth extracted at all
hours, day aud night. 9-17-tl

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