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. Jail tv'
Supported by tho -Eminent Trsgedlsn
And hto .4.ammotri.'Ntvl York Company,
i -t ConsHtlng Of i"
U " - AND,
ToihtM"tln.',l'Kttfl Will appear in her
V t .'great Uiiaractor oi
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JTIMESr COSTUMES ON TUE'AMER.
FULL BRASS BAND.
? scale or rnfass.
Admission ....---03 re'
K.rTd SMii - - . - - t - - ..' miiU
. MaMrrtHi iSfaU tariMlftIMH!iurtmmn-M.
Til HUE Is more fun lu tho
Chroruos PLUOIC than nnv
minted or printed nory that
ha been givcm to the publio lor
years. STrtvcr .lieCoro tint been
uccorded to any picture or set
uf pictures: tho populurlty these
10 by 22 Inches. Prloe, 010
t Address order to
,. 1 ' .i. f. rydi.ii,
ji MEK bav seen nnd
i' sire plcaaed with tho.
and Qna moral leo
A B Mlttl MB lll.'iAVn.l
mm ... .vbi
" lence' ot execution, NS;
aro'tho' B0t popular
aromos of the day, nud Bhouiu nuvo n place
iu every juiniiy.
If not found at your ptcturo Uealcitcud
your ordar, of lor a tli-JcrinUVo rlrrular, to
iao puousuci. j. i . in m. u,
i , Cloavcland, O,
Dailt ijtiscn.Jacncoi.is now spread
Lag ft dally lunch of the finest kind, bo
tweoa 10 nnd 12 o'clock a. tn., and invites
all his patrons to partake. Jaochol has
- also fitted up a room in tho rear of bis sa
loon, !n which he will servo oysters in nil
styles. Gentlemon with ladles can bo nc
com roods ted with a fino table and oysters
in any stylo. .Milwaukee bcor always
tresh. Corner 'Washlnblon avonuo nnd
nrwelh street, opposite Tub Dullkti.n
" HiLUKXUT,"TBi.iuiNa and Jaxcy
8to. Miss Ournilde Qtslres to call tho
attention of tho ladios to her full nnd
complete Kno of mllllnory nnd fancy
goods Jus I 'opened in tbo Athoncum build.
iog on Commercial avenue. Her stock
consists of a full assortment of fall hats
;( Java canvas and patterns, a full lino of 7.0
"pfiyfsj'all colors, feathers, Fronch flowor,
ribbons, and a general assortment of fancy
articles, such as aro kept lu a millinery
r store. 321-10.".lm
Jok itONXKKttu now in full control oi
lha Washington bakory, nnd having
learned the wants of the public, is pro
rtred to supply on call all demands fur
French loaf, Iloston, Urown and Graham
bread, and everything eito ordinarily
found In a lint-clan bskery. Ho main
tafns a full stock of confeottoneries, ana
can, as well as any other dealer in tho
city, fill all orders in that lino.
Cakes baked, frosted or ornnmontod on
tbort notice, tipeclsl nttention given to
the orders of wodding or picnic partlof.
Ho ruiiLia houio in the city is nioro do
serving of a liberal patrousgo thau tho
Uermanla, Charles tichoenmoyor, proprU
tor, corner Tenth and l'oplar. Desiring
to supply tho wants of tho publio for a
choice brand of Weiss and Ugnr beer, lio
vlBlteaBt. uoMt locontly, aud front tho
1 most popular brows of that city mado
, choice, lie is confident thorefore that in
tbe line of Weiss and lager beer tho Ger-
maniastands pre-eminent. Furthermore,
to win publio favor, ho inroads ovcry
morning at 10 o'clock a bountiful frno
lunch. Warm soups a dlfforent kind
very morning meats, vegetables, etc,
(arm prominent features. Bardolles, mr
dines, Iilmburgor and HwltzBr ehocse,
pigs' feet, eto., on call. In tho dUtrlbu
tlon of your patronage, thon, remomber
the Germania. 10-lS-lw
Sealed proposals, addressed to tho city
touncil of tbe city of Cairo, will bo rt.
elvod at my office, No. 121 Commercial
venue, until 0 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday,
tbo 8d day of November, I87J, for light
ing tho street lamps in tho city of Cnlro
for tho term of ono or two yean.
Bald proposals to stato ut whst price
por post said light will bo furnished and
also state what kind of light is propoiod
to be fnrnisbod.
Tbe city council reserves tbo rJght to
ta)ect any and all bids.
The person or persons to whom may bo
awarded tho contract, will bo required to
give a good and sufficient bond to said
' city counoil for t'ao faithful pwformanco
of .their contract.
M. 8. cox, City Comptroller.
Oaibo,1m.., October 17tb, 1874.
Uufolfif Os. TeeUi extracted at all
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
COIUOUOliy W HAU Hum U iuiiiimiii mi"
heads, good paper, and Jiucly. printed, lor
3.00 io s.w.
one thousand statement printed at TUB
llUl.t.KTlN oiuco lor ?:i.Ml to w.
Onn llinlli.nil 1ml n hondt. lirill'cd lit TUB
Bulletin offlco for $1.00; two thousand lor
Ono thousand buslneM card", (Inn IWetol
board, lirlntcd at 'lllli llULLKTIN OUJco lor
from ?2.W) to 0 W, according to !c.
Wc are authorized to announce hat A.'
Jl. Irvln ulll io a camllclnto t tho cnfiilii
clcctljn Tor ro-clof lion tothoofllcoolShfrIir(
roit 'inn i.uaisLATcr.1:.
Wo arc authorized to announeo that F.
E. AUmiOUT, of Jncksnn county, It
candidate, at tho ensuing Sovctnticr tWc-
tli.n, at tt HeprcftCtitatlvo of tho lflfllctli
Senatorial District In the next Ucncnd
Tho following well known Ucmocratlospcak
crs will nildrcsi thr pcoplo at the tiroes
mid pl.-icoi namcil bvlow i
Oct20, 1 1'. M,j;
" 20,7 '
" nt y it
" 21, 1 "
" 27,7 ."
" 28, 1 '
" 2!), 1
' CO, 1 "
" 31,7 "
1. 1 ..
DESOTO, " "
C'LEAK ClinUK, S.H.,
Grand Touxit, Sat.,
AVA, Monday, Kov.
HON. JOHN M. PALMER.
l)u Quoin, Tliurc,
Oct. SO, 1 V. 31.
1. -f- u
" 2a, 7 "
HON. WH. H. GREEN.
jfouMi citv. itrod., Oct. si, 1 j. m.
Vixr.A itman, Frl., 2J, 7 "
JiLIZiriETllTOWX, Mon.," 20,1 "
COLCOaDA, Sat. " 81, 1 "
QEN. J. BLACKBURN JONES.
Viunna, Monday, Oct. 20.
Coiiden, TuoB.iay, " 27.
Goi.conda, Saturday, " 31.
Jll'.TItOI'OLIS, Thurn., " 29.
Uu Quoin, Monday, Nov. 2.
HON. JOHN H. OBERLY.
.Mt'iiMirsnfno, Monday, Oct.
C'oliUKN, Tuesday, "
Joncsiioho, Wednesday, "
Mound Jitv, Thursday, "
A'u:n.na, Frlda "
Mt'.TRofoi.ia, FSturday, "
HON. F. BR03S and COL. R. U. TOWNES.
MCTRoroi.18, Friday, Oct. 2.1, 7 1. 3f.
Golconda, Saturday, " 21,1 "
t3TTho Democratic Central Commtttcci,
of tho several countli'i will dolguate tho
places for tlio (peaking and arrange till other
lioccfitary details. td
Gut your oysters at tho TJolmonlco.
For Kent. A
of Goer jo rlsher.
tino cettago. lnqulro
Tint Host oysters at tho
tilLK IIATBI SILK DATS I
Bilk Huts inftdu to ordor at A. Marx's,
'0 Ubio lovoo.
Freru oystora or nnytblug olso you
want at tho Dclmouico Kcstaurnnt opon
day nnd night.
Fou Kent. Two cottages on Twenty-
mniu street noar Commorolal nvonne.
Apply U A.hussnka, 87 Ohio loveo.
Just rccclvod, nnd for sale at Mathues
& Uhl, 01 Ohio lovee.
Foit Kent. Ootugo, No, as Tonth
itrcot, botwoun Washington and "Walnut.
Ktiqulro of Ohm. Lane, or at The UutLE.
TiNoillco. 335.10-1 Mf
Hit. Juysi.tc, Can bo found nt his
dental purloM on F.lghth street at all
hours. Host of ruferoncos glvon as to pro
Coyne'ii oyttor depot and rosta urant
Oysters In tho eholl and can, frosh uvory
day, at l'hll Baup's old stand, betweon
Sixth nnd Seventh streets, Cairo, jll,
TB Br. Uiuuleh llpTJJi. has sovoral
pleasant roomi on tho upper floor, sulto.
bio for gentlomen, that can bo secured for
tha wiator.'iwlth boardj-ut very reaionuble
IIzlex DrnTK and J,
Slultr find throe ladles have- taken rooms
fit tho Ht. Ohnrtol.
LobtT UMId'i gold bracelet, engraved
on tho tntlde, "Norma." Any ono leav
Id i? iha tamo MThe Hum.ktiw olllco wilt
bo suitably rowardtd. 10-20-8i
n Masonic Notick. Popular Couyo
iiVr cation uf Cairo KoviU Arch Choritor
VNlhls Tuesday evening, nt 7:20
O'clock UlilUSTIAN Uannv,
Tils ball for tho bonuflt of the German
Amorlc'an school should win tho counto-
nanco of all Irlondi of education In Ihv
eltv. Full dotalls will bo clToaloinor
row. . ' -rtL- . 1
Vfxrstv. Ooopots'un flour barroli, nt
17 coots for circle hoadlog, and 20 cento
for iqunro hoadlng." Also men cm tight
wotk at good prices. 3C3.10 20 Ct
J. w. Btiklk.
For bale oa nsxf, cukai' A good
socond hsnd piano. Knquiro ut tho lliill
toad House, corner of Kljhtoonth struct
and Commorolnl avenue, Cairo.
Tntr.E hm, during tho past month, boon
an unusual fatality ntnoni; the horses and
mules of tho otty. Tbo discaso has, thus
far, defeated tho efforts of tho most skill
ful Vfllorlnory surgeons of tho country, gj
0. A. Fur, who supported Saup, twn
yoars ago, expressed tho opinion that if
Irviii'' cull had boon industriously circu
Intod It would contain tho mtnoi of i',000
voters. Thurs Is a baro possibility that
Fry Is ovor-cnthuslastlc. I
Gcn Grkk.v II. Haum, Hadicnl cnndl-
data for Congress In tho 10th distriot, was
in tho city yesterday not. however 6n
nn olecttonooring tour. Tho General, al
though a g3od man. Is nut destined to
occupy a (eat In tho -lllh Cnngrets.
11 u noun u a philanthropist. Approcla"
ttnc tho scarcity ut money, ho oilers good
dress coaU, ndaptod to winter woar, for
S2 CO. A ball room outllt nt his house
may bo purohased for tho inconsidorable
sura cf S3 75.
TilEllulcn Da Esto troupe, whlcbopoucd
in tho Athoneum last ovoning, consists of
twenty-fivo ladies nnd gnntlutnon a fu 1
brass bund, nnd one of tho finest orchosti as
now traveling. Tho costumes aro said to
bo tho finest usod on tho Amorloan stage
It it belioved that moro Ilro-wood It
burned in Cairo than in any othor city of
llko tlr.o in tho United Btatcs. No lets
lb 111 10,000 cords aro consumed ovory
wlntor. This being true, It would not bo
out of placo wo beg loavo to suggest to
appoint n wood monad ror.
Tue ladios of tho Kplicopal church aro
arranging for a grand oystor supper,
during tho present week. In tho building
latoly vacatod by Elliott & Haythorn. "Wo
hnvo, In tho namos of tho ladies conoornod
an amplo guarnnloo that tho affair will
bo a success, as woll financially as socially
Tun LECTUItr of l'rof. Toylar doliv
orod before tbo FrooIieligtous association,
of this city yesterday morning, was woll
roccived, not less so than Lit locturotn the
ovoning. Tho professor is a pleasant
spoakor, and though ut times flippant, a
MATiiues & U111. shipped yosterduy by
tho Mitslstippi Central iUllrbnd, to Now
Orleans. 8 car loads flour and bay j flour
nt l"jc, and hav at 20c per hundred.
which is ton cents better than steamboats
would do. Bo muoh for through lints "(
railroads and Conipotltlon.
JtoiiEiiT WuiTEa'nd J.i.-.zltf Uarrij, col
ort-d, woro brought bofnrn l'olico Muglt
trato liross yesterday to answor it charge
for disturbing religious worship in tbo
church building of .Mr. Leonard. The
ovidenco failed to sustain tho cbarga and
tho dofondants wcro ncqutttod.
At the instanco of prnmlnontsplrltual
ists and spiritualistic inquirers, Mrs. llul
lls, of Louisville, will arrive In tho city
this morning' Sho is recognized as ono cf
tho most succosstul writers and material
izes In tho United States. Uor stay in
Cairo will bo limited to a fow days. Sho
will, until Friday morning bo tho guostof
Col. O. It. Woodward.
Durino tho church disturbance, to
which we alludo nltowhcre, tho muscular
oldor doalt tho chief disturbor it fllow that
"brought out tho stars" by tho hundreds.
Tho only buslnois tho punlshod aggressor
had on hnnd, thereafter, was to hunt for
his hat, which, after n short sky.scrnplng
expedition, bucatno utmost unrecognizable.
The Murphyahoro Iodopondcnt has
hoisted tho namo of Col, Winston, ns a
candldato for tbo Legislature. Alexander
county being entitled to it representa
tive, nud having designated Col. Winston
as its choico, tho sovercigiiH of Jackson
county ovinco a purposo to do tho fair
thing, and to support him.
Louir Houck, of Capo Girardeau, (at
ono tlmo a resident of Calroi has accoptod
a nomination from tho Faoplti's party oi
Missouri, as it candlJato for a seat on tbo
Sujirorao bonoh. Tho probabilities uio
that, aftnr tho election, it will bo dilllcult
to determlno whother Louio was run
ning or not.
Tub hall of the Delia City Coniot
band to-night promises to draw out a
largo crowd and a select ono. It will bo
hold in Klugo's hall, and arringomonts
bavo been mado for tho enlortainmont ol
all who may attond, Tho muslo secured
tuho bost In tbo city, nnd wo nto very
suro that, boyond this tboro will ho no
short-comings In tho management.
Gentle Gersuld Is nbroad. Whllo
absont ho will visit Bt. Louis, Chicago,
Omaha, Ban Francisco nnd othor poinig
with a view of combining, on his return,
all that Is bost of othor gas works, In thoso
under his chargolu Cairo. Ho will bo
absont about ton days; meanwhile tho
Cairo gas works will bo run, with unusual
satisfaction to tho public, by 11. F, Wake.
The Domecratlo Congressional Central
oouiralttee prepared a.riosy list of appoint
ments yesterday which wo give prominent
placo In this lnuo of tbo Huli itin. Tho
Bfttlmen therein named as speakers will
undoubtedly ho on hand, and it Ii oxpeotcd
iinmocratlc County Central
MIU V J t t
Committees wilt porftot an ncouiui nr.
vFttn shall succeed Thomas
n,' itnr,t -of County Commissioners
jdstnowa livo oucsllon? Mr. John T.
llennio has Veen proimnonny eponen o.
r.d wnnlil. wo are sure, bo entirely ac-
in din dcopI". Ho is an omU
nontlv nrictlcal man, a largo proparty
t,nM. .n.i In other respects well fittea
for tbo position.
It 19 Intimated that John 11 ltoblnson
will enter tho Hold as a candidalo for
Shorlff. Wo feel constrained to say tha
Mr. Hoblnson is a strong man, and will,
undor nny circumstances, command a
largo vote, Thoro scorns to b, howovor,
a purposo on ttio pari 01 1110 poopiu w ru
olact Mr. Irvln. and. without Intending to
MlinnrnitK thn p alms of Mr. Koblnson, wo
can't roslst tho impulse unuer which no
- n. . . .... .
labor, to say that ':unm" is tuo coming
Hahdwauk akd Stuvk 0. W. Hon
dorson lias Just rocolvod a largo stock of
tho best qualities of bulldors' hardware
tiockot aud tablo cutlory, loro Iron stands
nnd also a full lino ot parlor, omVo aiid
cooking stoves; also fluting Irons of threo
or four different patterns. Thcio gotds
hvo been marked down t tho lowest
prlnoa. Corner 01 Commercial avonuo
and Tw.lfih (treat. 370.10-1!0.1 w
TueBt. Cbarlos was overflowing yes
tordaywlth distinguished guests, among
whom woro tho following : Col 11 B
McUomb, prcsidoht, K I) Frost, gonoral
Manager, B II Heed, chlof cnglneor,
Mississippi Central railroad; Col Thomas
Allen, president, T McKonock, general
superintondent, .1 II Moroly, chlof cngt
noar, of tho Cairo division Iron Mountain
railroad; II h Morrill, luporintondcnj
and Hon G Ii Itaum, nttorr.oy Cairo and
The proposition uf tho Hoard of County
Commissioners to raito $10,000 by taxa
tlon to cxpond on tho roads nnd bridgos
of tho county, it too indefinite. If tho
board ontortnln a purposo to expend it in
such manner as to improvo tho roads con.
ncctlng Cairo with Gooso Island, Thobes,
Unity, HorJowood anl Clear Crook and
not upon tho roads loading ot of the
county, Cairo will support tbo mcasuro
henrllly. Otherwise, tho proportion will
command but an InlifToront supporti
oithor in town or country.
A nruuLED horso toro lumsolf loose
from his moorings up town, yestorday
evening, and d at hod dftwn Commercial
avenua at a rnto that broucht men to
doers, wotnon and children to second story
windows and '.'ovorvbodv olso to tbo
stroet." Tho on-swap of tho animal could
not.bavo been onorglzed by all tho spurs
and whirs of a Phil. Shondnn; And
what was up'wlth this animated beast
Ho simply wanted n drink uf cnalyboato
water from tho trouch in front of Tisn
Parker's storo and, was coing after It.
Thii nothing more,
Gn ah Gahe. A colored individual
(whoso namo wo suppress, becauso wo
havo not learned It) called on Tabor
IJros., Saturday evening, to got a watch
bo had loft for repairs, Handing out a
55 bill to pay charges, tho colored cbap
waited until tho clerk commenced delvies
In tho drawer for tho chanco, when solz-
Inir thn watch nnd tho livo
dollar bill ho decampod with a Dextei
suddonnotr, and has not, slnco that tlmo,
boon discovorul. It was a bold dash, but
that it will prove successful has not yet
"Wm Llnkor representing D. W. Irwin
& Co., of Chicaco, seods ut tho following
quotations on grain :
Ootobor wheat, 89,
Novoraber wheat, 00.
Ootober corn, 74J.
Novombor corn, 71.
Year corn, C8J.
October oats, 49,
Novombor oats, I7J.
Year oats, 47.
October barloy, 1.07.
Novomber barley, 1.05.
Just Arkived. Mr. Ehlers, tho boot
and shoo man, Twontleth stroot, botwoun
Warhington avonuo and Poplar streot,
has just rsceived, according to provlous
announcement, from Henry Arthur, im
porter of leathers, New York,
And ovorythlng olio pertaining to tho
making Of first-class boot and shoo work.
Thoso nocdinc foot wear aro Invited to
call and examine this stock, tho finest
brought to Cairo. 307-10-20-tf
The Carroll baso ball boys woro mot at
Philllppl Sunday, by tho Occidentals, and
Qaxod out shamofully. Tho scoro stood :
Currolls, 35; Occidentals, -1'J. In explana
tion of this rosult it may bo lair to aay
tbat two uf tho Carrolls woro troubled with
stone-bruises, whllo n third had a boil on
his kneo that ssriouily impeded bis loco
uiotion. That tho claim sot up by tbo Cor
rolls that their playing was Impodod by
"boils" and stono-bruisos Is tho merest
"bosh," an oxcuso coined for tho occa
sion, is a fdet upon which tho Occldott
ittes insist most vobomontly.
Oyster Sui ter and Fakuv IJazak.
Tbo ladles of tbo Episcopal church will
givo a supper and festival on Thursday
ovoning next, October 22d, at Messrs. El.
liott & Haythorn's old stand, on Commer
cial avenue. Tho supper, which will bo
onoof the lloost "spreads" ever made in
this city, will bo servod during tho ontlro
evening, commencing at OJ o'clock. The
display of fancy articlos will bo unusually
attractive, and prices will bo low. All
are cordially Invltod, apd, on Thursday
evening, should arrango to tako supper at
tho festival Inttoad of at homu
When, last Saturday morning, a coun
tryman named llutlor, arrived In town,
tho team tie drovo had not frmiilitrlzed
Itself with the screeching outcries of the
Cairo and Vinoennes loooinotlvei. Hence,
helnc? Insttuatod by'an'tinoaftiily wfTist'to"
sounded noitr Twentieth stroot, tho team
ilartod. Tho locomotive, nhpugli follow
ing, seemed to stand still, 'On dashed tho
maddenod animals, down uomtnorcmi; 10
tho rlffht, up Fourth until striking a bigb
sidowslk, tho wagon became dotaehed, tho
barnoss broken, and tho horses looking
upon tho wreck, cdncludud thoy had mtdo
consummato asses or themsolvos, ami sim
mered down. Ilamngo, about $50.
Horacb Wood wssbollljeront;liut tho
l.ts and Llocksnnd streets an! alloys of
Catro woro sacrod soil, henco ho would
notdampon it with husuan.goro. Androw
Mcliurns had, however, Insulted him
tbo Insult called for blood, lteconctliatlon
blank-shots neither parly would think
of henco it was agreed that a light should
bo fought beyond tho Mississippi lovcu
tbat "dark nndblooky ground" whord the
bodies of n thousand human bolugs nover
can or will find topulturo-lbat was tho
place where Wood and MoIIurns would
moot nnd "do or die I" llutthoy uuinii
TtiAfn itfAS an Inlnrfaroncd. Vnood W8
pUlleU" niS ValOrOUS Wiruiua nuio,
when board by tho court, slmored down to
"offenslvo langusgo ;" and the court, otn-
nrwlait ilron. bnllovlnt' f was a fair
prlco for tho fuo, said so, and thus ondod
thU fltnbrvotle affair of blood, tears and
The Holon LioKsto troupo, last night
mado a "happy hit." Lucrotla llorgla,
with Helou DoFste In tho titlo role, wis
presented In a stylo that elicited frequent
rounds of enlhuslastlo applause It can
not bo donied, but will be readily con
Co led by our play-goers, that Stutlz and
Miss Helen DoKtto rank among tho most
talented artistes that over vltitcd ourcity,
To-night wo shall havo thopopular melc
drama, by fluckstono, entitled Cynthlans,
in which M iss DeEtto will appear as Cy o
thiana and Btutt. as IthmaeU sThe csst
o horwlto brings out tuo iuh strength o
tho company. London audieaeot wt-ro i
ontortatned by this drama threo hundrod
nights, and tbo Interest in
That Cairo will 1111 lbt
house nn its first and snly presentation
thoro can bo no doubt. Tbo DoKsto troupp
possesses talent, and our pooplo will r,.i
fail to approciato it. Lot us Indicate that
appreciation by Ailing tho house this
Tbo following lis n list of letters remain-
Ini: In tbo pott-uflico uncalled f"r on Ht.
urJay, October 17, 167-1 :
Kiley, Mrs John
Gates, Louisa 2;
Portor, Laura M
ltlchards, A J
Polander, L (1)
Purcoll, Katie 2
Travis, J v
"Walcb, Mrs John
Athorton, Howard Ilrllton, Henry
Crampton, D O 2 Clore, James 'J
Urltcnneld, .1 Yi uanory, aiotet
Funk, Hugh O Freemun, Tbos
Finn, John Green, Mr
Gil trice, Mr
Groan, Joseph Gilbert, 8 O
liters, 11 Hicks, Calvin
llurford, II E Holden, Joseph
darrls, John Highland, John
Henry, John Hawkins, W F (2)
Humphreys, Jerro Kennedy, u 1
Long, Koland II Marshall, A
Mmciivetz II Mowmond, Alfred
Pitltertnn, J L Kollly, H
Itepps, Thos rimitb, Andrelo
Bbrode, A T Btevons. Cornelias
StHpbsnson.Edward Btono, Henry A
Shmnon, Matt Bosslons, Oscar V
Smith, Hamuel O Titut, John
Thomas, J J Tobin, John M
Ticklonbury, Paul "Whitakor, O
Wfisn, Edward "Walker, James
Persons calling for tbo nbovo letters
will ploasosay "Advortlsed."
Geo. W.McKeaio, P. M.
KAILItOAD MEN AND OAPITAL
1BTS. Among tho distinguished railroad men
and capitalists who arrived in this cby
yesterday, wore tho following!
Col. Thos. A. Scott, prosldont of tho
W. H ilcKeon, prosldont of tho Van
U. 8. McComb, prosldont of tho New
Orleans, Jackson, and Great Northern,
and Mississippi Central consolidated
"Wm, Koyser, vlco president of tho Ual
tlmoro and Ohio railroad,
II, S. Marquand, vlco president of tbe
St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern
J. M. McCullougb, vlco president of
tho Pan Handle railroad.
GoorgoJ. Ulanchard, vice presidont of
tho Now York and Erlo railroad,
T. II. Sharp, gonoral suporlntondont ol
tbo Baltimore and Uttlo railroad.
A. W. Sopor, assistant goneral suporln
tondont of tho Bt. Louis, Iron Mountain
and Southorn railroad.
C. P, Atwood, gonoral passenger agent
of tho Louisville nnd Nashvillo railroad.
Messrs. A. Isellne, James Low, W. T
illodgott and G. B. Uowdoln, of Now
York, stockholdjr of tbo Bsltimoro and
P. S. Parkor, a stockholder of tho Louis
ville and Nashvlllu railroad.
J. B. Morgan, of London; W II IJurn
of Paris, Franco; and J, P Morgan, of
Now York, bunkors and capitalist.
C. O. Lord, general panousr agent of
tho St.. Louis, Kansas City and Northern
T. A. Lewis, superintendent of tho
Great Western Dispatch Company, uf
Dosldos thoso tboro wore sovoral othor
oqually promlnont railroad ofilclals, whose
names woro not ascertained.
In addition to thoso, wo mention the
following promlnont railroad ofilclals, all
hero nnd stopping at tho St. Charles i
Col. T. Allen, president; T. Kistook,
general superintendent) J. II, Morley,
chlof engineer Cairo division, St. Louis
& Iron Moautain railroad,
Gen. It. P. Neeley, vioo president, E.D.
Frost, gentral'tnanagir, and B. 1). ltted,
, aWtWip- - mn
afl 1 rnrk if! I m UT afliAMT m tv'u mn AtTninir fl
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
GENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do not buy old cnndics,
Miimmt'r iiiiii uru niiin;. i.iiiiiiiiuu
srr in vnin wr5clif,. l.vnrv llOV
" 1 ' u x . O ij
iicu, or o ounces over nve pouuua.
Corner 3th St. and
The Only Placo in tho City where You
chief onglnaer Mw Orlonns Si Great
II, U. Morrill, general superintendent,
and Gen. G. U, Hsum, attorney for tho y.
it V. railroad.
A portion of tho party visited lltrd's
Point and aftor a short slay returned to
Tho party departed last night, a portion
going South by tho Mississippi Central;
the balaoco going Fstt via Cairo and Vin-
Caiho, Illinois', 1
Mondny evening, Oct
Tho uiarkul rules dull all round. Prices
ao generally firm and .uuchanged, In
fljur stocks in grados aboto $1 23 are
lnri-n and Incrosslni'. and tho demand
i.-r.,,. ;,,, ,,.,, . .ml nctlvo
l I'V --J' - -. .. ...
fl , Uo,hay
aro small and tho demand
soi There Is no surplus ol
choico In tho markot. ' Corn and Oats aru
nulet and dull, but ilrm as to nrico. Meal
Is dull at $100. llran quiet at Sl'J
K.-js ato In demand and' scare; trosh re
clptttold tr-day at 20c. Choice buttor
Is In good demand it outsido quotations
but medium Is plenty nnd dull. Puultry
uf nil kinds is plenty and vory dull. In
provisions, smoked meals nro dull and
Tbo weather is tarm, clear and pleat
ant first Installment of Indinn summer.
Ciy-Our friends sbonld lear in mind
that tho prices hero given aro usually for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
Ailing orders and for broken lots
necessary to chargoan advance over tbei
Tho market rules hoavy and dragging
on nil gradps rated at 4 25 nnd upward
Stocks aro heavy and increasing. Low
crades aro in modratoy nclivo demand
and scarce. Wo nuto stios of 200 bbls va
tiuus glalltB -S AO t C CO, 0O Lbl. var
out gmies 1 00 to 0 00; 1 car lua
5 25; 2 car loads various grades
I CO to C CO; COO Libia various grades 3 CO
eo U 00; ISO bbls City Mills 4 60 to 7 CO
200 bbls various grades 4 00 to 0 00; 200
bbls 1 00; 100 bbls 4 75.
Choico is in fair demand and small sur
ply. Lowgradcj aro neglected. Priest ho.
firm and unchanged Sties wore 1 ct
choice timothy dal 21 00; 1 car choice Uu
otby del 20 00: I cars choice timothy del
19 U0, 3 cart ebofej timothy del ID 69; 1
car gilt exlgodel 2) 50; 3 cart Choice mix
ed do! 10 CO.
Thoro Is very il.tle doing in corn. O
dors aro light and supplies small. Price
rjlu steady and firm. V, o note ttlos ol
2uu tacks mixed delivered, !0c; l car
mixed In sacks delivered, 00c; I car wbiio
In lacks delivered, Dir.
Jl'lie market Is qulot and firm, but de
mnd small. .Wo nolo tho followli g
sties: 1 car mixed In sacks delivered,
60s ; 1 car black in bulk on track, 65c;
1 car mixed in sacks delivered, 00c: 2 cars
mixed In sacks delivorod, C8c; 1 car mixed
in bulk on track, 58c; 1 car rulxod In bull
n track, Southern Illinois, C2c; 3 cats
mixed in tacka delivered, 58c.
Tho domand is vory small, and on
fined to tho ordor trade. Tho only trans
actions wo bavo to report wero 50 barrels
steam drlod at I 00; CO barrels kiln dried
at 4 60.
Quoted at 10 CO. The markot is quiet
and demand.small. No sales of car load
Choico Northern buttor is In good do
mand, and receipts aro all takon on ar
rival, Medium grades aro dull and hard
to sell. Wo note salos of 500 Ibt good to
choico 30 to '33a; 600 lbs Southorn Illi
nois 28 to 30o; 100 lbs Choico Southern
Illonois 30c; 0 paokeges choico Northern
32c; 25 buckets good to choico 28. to 32c
EGOS. Tho demand is active and receipts
light. Prices aro steudy and higher.
Fresh roceipta sold as high ns 20o to-day
Wo nolo sates of 600 dozen frosh 18 to20c;
200 do.en fresh 17 to 18c 13 boxes frosh
Tho market ls,'dullarid;ov(rstoikod with
all kinds of poultry. Ducks nro quotod
dull at 2 00, turkeys do. at 7 00, nnd chick,
ons do. at 2 003 00. Salos wero fifty
dozon young and old chlckons at 2 0C
3 01); two coops mixed old and young
chlckons, 2 CO; ojgbt coops old chlckons,
2 753 00j nlno coops young chlckons,
2 ool i 1 " : ' 1
Thoro is a steady domand for choico
shipping apple at prlcos ranging from
2 00 to 3 50, Common nro dull and bard
to soil. Oranges aro dull at quotations.
"Wo note sales of CO barrols choico apples at
2 500 8 00; SOJjJxes peaches, 3535c; 26'
barrols oranges, 8 OUQ'J 00; 125 barrels
mixed apples, 1 75,
that hnvo beoii kcut over Hit
Im.vn e 1 l.
jiviiiu iii.'iiiiiiik-i lire ist
OUtrliL in vnifnin urnuiil'
C vvii.iiiii 1 . . W ,WV.1V',
jiuMiicinuer ino place :
can got a Complete Assortment, j
Tbe market Is dull and prices havo i
is" yery light. Wo nolo sains or 2 cask
oUar sides, 16jc; 1 ctik sfaouldors, 10c, ,
oaik tugtr currd bams, lite. '
Thero It very little aetlvlty ditplayei
in'-thls branch of tbo market. Tbo onh
ales reported wsro 200 bushels onions
1 '!5; '-03 bushels pcaoh blow potatoes
Notice to the Puhlic. Tho nov
packing houta market in Wilcox's block!
will bo open Saturday next, with frosl
meats and now lard, at tbe lowest tnarko
prico. Howie & IJ no.
Fnrsn Buitly. 5Ir. P. Fitzgerald he
lust received and has on sain nt hit sale
room, a largo ttock of English air, purtc
hennesiy brandy ami wines, and liquor
of all kinds, which ho will dltpoio ol a
reasonable prices. 2S0-9 '.3-lm
earner snop ib u icn corner i"
street and Commercial aveniiil
whero J. Gorgo Btienhousq with bit gn-j
ll'iruanly assistants can bo found at any;
hour of tho day or night, rnadv to stx.lr.i
your fecliogs with a smooth shavo, or coe.j
your tamper and head with a good tbarn-.
poo. It Is a
first-class shop, and you arc,
oiving firit-olbit treatment'
auro uf receiving
Ladira' and children'a hair cut or curio 1,
iu the most appruvnl tlyle. 16-tf.
Loo;; Our roll Hakuaisb. Mr A,
Marx has just returned from Now York,:
whero ho purchased ono of the Onest and.
largest stock of clothing, gent's furnlsb-J
Ing goods, hall, etc., uf tho very latest,
stylo, which bo will sell LOWER than
tbo lowest. All goods rnarkod In plain
figures. 275 9-21-tf
PiASoTuNiNO. Mr. O. Kobblns, bolngjj
In Cairo, Is proptrol to luno and repa.rj
plaLOs, organs, rtc , in a reliable manner,)
IUIVUKUVUI -IIU bVUIIIil nui.llllll
All work warrantMl, and satisfaction !
guaranteed. Orders by mail attended to.
Hall at CoKonnaN's. Tnrno who aro
wont to trip thn to fantsstic will be glad ,
to loarn that P. H Circoran, of Thirty-,
fourth street house, will cWo another ctf
dt popular balls on Wednesday evening ,
rxt, 2ltt IntL, when ho will be glad to
welcome bit friondt from all parti cf tbo
ulty. Good muito, g'nyJ feeling will bo
the order ot the evening, and Corcoran
hopes that bis friends will be there in
orco to enjoy tbo promised festivities
11. Jo.tr.5, fashionable bootmaker, ha
moved into his now houso next to his old I
ntand on Commercial avonuo, and nssurit
bis friends tbat ho Is better than over pre
ptrcd to satisfy them in tbo style, ttock,
tit, nto., of their boott and shoes. An ovi
denco of his ability to satisfy ovory body,
may bo icon in tbo fact that bo Is crowded
with work, and has been compelled to em
ploy threo moro first-class workmen. Hu
manufactures ovory stylo of boots or shoes
and uses only tho best of matorial in all
casos, whethor making a cow-htdo shoo
or a pair of tho finest Fronch calf boots.
Givo him a trial. Satisfaction is guaran
How to Get Stamina. Iron Frames
nnd strong nervous systom aro not tho lot
uf all. Hut tho feeblo need not despair.
Ily adopting tbo right moans thoy may
live as long and enjoy Ufa os much as
their most robust neighbors. Phjalcal in
vigoratlon If, howovor, necessary tu this
end; and whllo tho spirltous tonics and
nervines usually admitted, eventually do
pros s both body and mind. Dr. J Walker's
California Rittois Invariably supply now
vigor to tbo frame, while they regulalo
every disordered function,
9-10-d and w 4 w.
JlATTHESS AND FUUNITUKE MANU
rAcrURES, Messrs. Segrlst and Her
man havo opaned, on "Washington avenuo
betwoon Thirteenth and Fourtoonth
street a shop, whero thoy proposo to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattresses, upholstoring, sofas, loungos,
chairs, etc., and also repairing and ro
vrnishingfurnlturo of all descriptions,
They will tow and lay down carpots and
hang paper. Now mattressos and lurnl
turo mado to order. Teey have coma to
Cairo to stay, and respectfully solicit tho
patronage of the publio. 283.0-20-lm
FiiotoukaI'IUO Gallery. Gustavo
"Wuinol's Protographlo Art Gallery,
(fotmorlyT, T. Thomas), cornor Eighth
street aud Commercial avenuo. Every
thing pertaining to tho photographlo art
skilfully and elegantly oxocuted. Tbo
happy combination of a splendid light
and the best Instruments, enable mo to
take children's pictures Instantanooutly,
Mothers, give mo n trial, If you desire
tho swoetsmilo of your chorubs preserved
forovor. Satisfaction glvon in ovory
cam, or no change mado. My prices aro
most reasonable. Cartes do visit, $8 per
dozen; Goms, six for ,$1. Call and be