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HI W ADVERTISEMENTS
- NoWilslwreliYglvea.Uiat a.rnftlnKof
thSlWrteteMofthfi Company"wlll be held
at the station house on the depot grounds or
the cswpany, " no W of Kwt V,"'1!'
Vs$day,the2th Instant, ot 10 o'clock
Ji. - B.BTAATS TAYLOR,
ONE r WEEK, COMMENCING
The Great Classic Actress,
asjsjsjttia Vy , B-tnent Tragedian
4tf IssBWotn Wew Vurk Company,
To-night Miss Melon lVXstA will
Kreal personation 01 joaiui in
Start Hungry !
FINX9T OOBTVMSB ON THE AMR1U
, tEVLL fiA8;BANP.
tiRAND OPERATIC ORCHESTRA
acale oy rnicKB.
. .-- . I - . is.
-1 r0 ccnta
MiSAni'Intii - 1- r .
fUMnred tsats for sal o at Dan'lllarUnau's.
T11K11K Is more fun iu tho
Chromos 1'LUCIC than any
nalntcd or crinted story that
has been given to the public lor
yuan. Mevtr ,u(iforohas been
aocorded to any .plcturo or ict
of pictures, tlio popularity lbcu
Chromos ImyoMittalned. Size,
10 byi 32 Inches. I'rli e, 910
tbeipalr'. ( " 1 ; "
Address order (o
' j. f. itvur.it,
MKN hare seen and
are pleased wiui.wo
chromos 'Thick, "
and fine moral lesson
as well a the excel
lence of execution,
rathe asost popular
chromos of the day; and shoutu nato n place
In er ery family.
Pitrcr, 910 Tnn Pair.
If not found at your picture .dealers send
your order, or tor a descriptive circular, to
.'.he publisher. J. F. KYDEB,
MiLLUTERi, TaiMMixa and Janov
Storb. MIm Bu,tde oeslres to call tho
attention of the ladto. tq hor full and
complete line ol mllllnory ana fnoy
goods Just opened In the Atheneutn build
ing on Commercial avnua Tfnr tock
consist of a full assortment of fall hats
javacanra and patterns, a full lino of zo
piyrs, all colors, feathers, JVonch jlowors,
ribbons, and a general assortment of fancy
articles, such as are kept in a mllllnory
Sealed proposals, addressed to tho city
council of the city of Cairo, will bo ro
ceited at my olllco, No. 124 Commercial
aTenno, until 6 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday,
the 3d day of Notembsr, 1874, for Heht
Ing the street lamps In the city of Cairo
for tbo term of one or tiro years.
Bald proporali to stato at what price
par post said light will be furnfshod and
also state what kind of light is proposed
to be furnished.
The city council reserves tho right to
reject any and alt bids.
The person or persons to whom may bo
awarded the contract, will be roqulred to
glre a good and sufficient bond to said
city council for tho faithful performance
of their contract.
M. S. Cox, City Oamptrollor.
Caibo, III., Octobor 17th, 1871.
rJCHXHCK'B rULMOHtC BVKUr.VOK THK
Cuwi or Combuui-iion, Couunu, ahu
Colds. The great virtue of this medlclno
Is that 11 ripens tho matter and throws It
out of the system, purifies the blood, and
thus effects a, euro.
BCIIMCK'BA WEID ToNIU, TOK -XI IE
Cum or UrurKi-aiA, iMuiomroN, &c.
The Tonlojproducei a healthy fiction of
the stomach, creating an appetilo, form
leg chyle, and curing tho most obstinate
ouuiuiLl AA.noiu.ILS i-ILW, you TUX
' CUM;oT lilVXft C0UH.AIMT, &u,
These Tills are aUeratlvo, and produce
a Manny action of the liter, without the
lean danger, as they are free from calo
mel, and yet moro efficacious in restoring
These remedies aro a cortaln euro for.
'Ceasumptlon, as tbo Pulmonic Hjrup
npeni tu mailer and purifies tho Mood
The mandrake l'JIls act upon tho livor,
create a healthy Wt, and rcmovo all dls
III... .f r. .
iMuuuiiYof, uiioa cause ot con
sumption. Tho Sea Weed Tonlo gives
ton and strength to tho stomach, makes n
,oo4 digestion, and onables the organs to
form good Iblood and thus creates a
healthy Weulatlou ot healthy blood. Tho
jMablned aeUoa of tbeso medicines, as
tbasftxplalned, will euro every case of
t 0WUpUon,ifUkonln timo, and the
UM of the eaadiclnai Is persevered J a.
J)r. tJeheack Is professionally at' his
' prUelpal office, corner Hjxth and Ancit
-.Thu'11P1,, y inorning, where
all leHsrs for advice must be addressod.
UitlsUi.-'Tc'.lh' exuact.d at Si
lwn,ilj aid light, c,,d,.i7.tf
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
F1UDAY, OOTOBEH23, 1874.
YfuVViYil! nT "
Somebody to take from us a thousand liill
head', good paper and tlnely printed, for
?3.W to 4.00.
Ouo thousand statement printed at Tiik
UUI.I.KTIN olllco for $3.60 to 4.00.
H oto Ilrnd.
Onn tlinmanil nntn head printed at Till
Nullxtin office for ii.W, two thousand lor
One thousand business cards, fine Bristol
l.niir.1. nrinfnil 1 'I'tIV KlTl.rKTIN OfllCO IOT
from fi.60 to ?0.00, according to size
Wn nrn authorized to nnnouncn that A
II. Irvln wllllie n cnlldldalo at the ensulnc
election forro-olcctlontotho olllco of Slicrlil"
Wo nro authorized to announce JOHN II
GOSBMAN as a candidate for re-election to
tlio olllco of coroner or Alexander county.
Wo nro authorized to nnnouncn tho namo
of LIEUTENANT JOSEl'll II. TUOHP ol
lackson County, as tho Farmers randldatn
for llcprcMiniaiivo irom tlio own senatorial
i-on 'rut: i.KtwihATL'1111,
Ho nro authorized to announce that V.
K. AI.tlKiailT, of JnckKon county, Is n
candidate, at tho ciihuIii Novcmticr elec
tion, ns n Representative, or tho Fiftieth
Senatorial District In tlio no.M Ucnoral
TJio following well known Democratic jpeak
era will address tbc people nt tlic tiroes
mid places named below:
WILLIAM HARTZELL. ,
Dm Soto, '
Clear Ciikrk, Hat.,
Du (iuoi.v, Thursday,
(1rani Tower, Bat.,
Ava, Monday, Nov.
OctVUO, 1 1 M.',
" i!0,7 "
t( no 1 if
" 'it, I "
" SI), I "
" 27,7 "
" 2!l, 1 "
" ill, 7 "
" 2, 1 "
HON. JOHN M. PALMER.
Vu:.VNA, .Vondiiy, Oct. SO, 1 1'. 31.
Cairo, Tuesday, . " !27, 7 "
(Iakronpalk, iVcdi, " 2j),7 "
DUtJUOIN, Thurs., ' 2!l, 1 "
HON. WM. H. GREEN. .
MouNii City. A'od., Oct. 21, 1 1.
Villa Hidqi:, Vrl,. " 2.1, 7
r.LIZAllETIITOW.V, 31011.," 20,1 '
(iOLCONDA, Silt. " .'!!, 1 "
GEN. J. BLACKBURN JONES.
HON. JOHN H. OBERLY.
ConuEN, Tuesday, " 27.
Mound Citv, Thursday, " 20.
Vienna, Friday, 30.
31 in RoioLia, Saturday, " 31.
HON. F. BROSS and COL. R. R. TOWNES.
JlKTRoroi.iB, Friday, Oct. 23, 7 V. 31.
CUI.CONUA, Saturday, 21,1 "
KU'Tlio Democratic Central Committee
or tho tcvcral counties will denlguato the
places for the bpuaklug and nrrungoull nlhor
necessary detail). td
Oet your' oysters at tno Dolraonlco,
Tiik licet oystors-at tho Delmonlco
SILK UATSI BILK I1AT31
aillc llats made to order "at A. Marx's
70 Ohio lovoo.
riiEsii oysiors or anyiniug ulso you
want at tho Doltiionico ltestaurant npon
day and night.
Fon KintTwo cottagos on Twenty
ninth street near Commercial avenne.
Apply to A.Susatika, 87 0hioleveo.
Juht received, and for sale at 31athuis
& Uhl, C4 Ohio loveo.
For Kent. Cottage, No. 32 Tenth
streot, botween "Washington and Walnut.
Enqulro of Chas. Lano, or at The JIullu
tinoWcc. 335-10-1 1-tf
1). Jenxllb. Can ho lound at his
dental parlors on Klghth stroot ot ull
hours. Host of references glvon as to pro
Cotne's oyster, dopotaml restaurant
Oysters In tho sboll and can, frosh overy
day, at l'hll Baup's old stand, botwoon
Sixth and Heventh streets, Cairo, jll.
Tue fc'iT. Charles Hotel lias sevorel
ploasanfreows on the upper flopr,suta
blo'Vbr gentlemen, that canTIo secured for
the wbQter,'wIth board, at very reasonable
Mn. IXosrwBB, of tho riantors House,
has Just recelred frosh supply of Haiti
root oysters And claims.
Lost. Child's gold liracolot, engravsd
on tho Inside, "Norma." Any ono leav
ing the samp at Tiik Hum.ktiv ofllco will
bo stlllnblv rowardod. 10-20-119
Plantkh'm House. K M. Cobb, Un
lontown, Ky( W Hoaglo, Now Columbia,
111; 0 Kldd, l'aducah, Ky, Tbos Hackon
burg, Now York; Asa King, St Louis;
James J Greer, Poplar Bluffs, Mo.
Flsischmann'si CosirntMEti Ykast
Jticolved dally by It. V. Bolznor and told
at his storo nod at tho following places
A. Bwoboda, Bristol fc Stilwoll, New
York Storo, II. llaionjacgor and L.
For saw on nNT, chkav A good
second hand piano. Enqulro at tho Ball-
road House, corner of Elghtoonth street
and Commercial avenuo, Cairo.
"Wathei). coopers on our barrels, nt
17 cants for clrclo heading, nnd 20 cents
for tquaro heading. Also men on tight
work nt good prices. M8-10-'20-Gt
J. W. 8TISKLK
liUNCit, Lunch. Saturday night at
ntno o'clock, at Tho "ilaytlowcr Baloon,"
cornor ot lvm street ana Commercial av
enue, Oynttr Sony, and the "ect., wilt to
orrii up, moltoned with lino liquors,
and oto. Kvory&ody invitod.
371.10-23.2t James Oreanxt.
Athkneum. Last night tho cltizona
of Cairo woro ontarlatnod In a manner
nover bofore roachod by any combination
of artists, Miss D'Este appeared (o hotter
advantage than ovor before md lo say
that she is a star In h" profession, is say
ing the least that 'uld bo said to do her
justice llorulla was faultless in every
particular, and it will bo long beforo a
Cairo audionco will wllnots btr iqual'ln
the difficult roles sho assumes. 3lr. J. 0.
Stutts assumes the difficult rolo of
Master Walter," and that ho satisfied his
auditors was attested by tbo frequent
bursts of applause- that greeted him, 3ir,
Stuttx Is an actor of flno talonts and per
sonal add roil, and one whom tho audience
Is ovor sorry to seo leavo tho stage. 11 r.
Cottrlll assumed tho rolo ot "Sir Thomas
OliUorJ," and porformed bis difficult part
in tho same easy, graceful manner which
basmadohim hosts of frlondt In every
city. Tbo rest of tho company acquitted
TIIK HOLLES SEANCES.
.Mrs. Holies, tbo spiritual medium now
in tbhyilty, Is creating considerable ox
cltement. Bho Is, wo aro Informed, con
vortlng to hor faith many of our citizens.
by manifestations of tho most remarkable
kind. Hho permits ten persons to be pres.
entcach night, charging two dollars a
head, and all the seats havo boon ongagod
until next wodnosday.
At tho soanco on Wednesday night
thoro wcro present four of our prominont
physicians and ona nf amp lailtna vntnia.
tors, and all tbo conditions wore favorable,
ino materializations woro astounding.
ino torms or two Jittlo girls appoared in
a lighted room and woro recognized by
their friends, and the volco cf a person
wen Known In Cairo, now dead,
was distinctly heard in couversaation
with the company talking about Cairo
local mattors as familiarly as ho did In
life. Wo oxpect to hear before 31rs. Hoi
les loaves that sho has induced somo of
our old citizens "gone bofore," to return
and stay with us. Why not ?
Gerould, of the gas works, la In Call
fornla. Cairo iHt. Louis railroad Canda was
iutho city yestorday.
Mrs. Hollos, tho wonderful spiritual
medium, is tho guost of Sir. C. 11. Wood
ward. F. E. Cando, oontractor and ower in
tho Cairo Narrow Gaugo railroad, Is atop
ping at tbo St. Cbarlos.
Tho following, among tho most prom-
Inont, loft tholr marks at tho tit. Nicholas:
John Hill, St Louis ; J B Poland, do; John
Ltndqvist, Chicago; JT Carver, San An-
tonlo, Texas; 1 Hush, Sullivan, Ind.
Mrs. JIary Sanord-Blako arrived in
the city this morning. Sho has beon in
attendance upon tho Woman's Conven
tion in Chicago, and road tho ablest papor
submitted to its consideration.
Parson Kroh, of Union county, in
dependent candidato for tho loglslaluro,
will bo la Cairo in n fow days. Ho pro
poses to address our citizens upon tho
issues of tho day and toll them why ho
believes bo ought to bo olectod.
Mr. Jack Hodges hat beon in the city
several days. Ilia health is greatly Im
paired, and ho has lost much of liU
atrongth and energy. He camo to Cairo
to rocuporato, and will remain until he
has entirely recovered.
Wo notlco among the distinguished
arrivals ai me ot, Uharlos, yostorday,
Hon John Crossley, M I; llov Dr Miller
Englnnd; J M Hoaly, assistant cnginoor
1 0 It It; O H Snyder, N O; Tacob Lyons,
New York; F A Uoohra, St Louis: A II
Upshaw, oflitor Jackson (Tons) Whig and
Tribune; J M Stone, Miss.
Luhiiei; Still Goino Down, As wo
oro dotormlnod to closo out our stock
spoodily, preparatory to winding up bus
iness, wo will soil all kinds of lumbor at
two dollars per thousand less than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of lath and stovo
wood on hand, which will bo aold at cor
rospondlngly low rates.
22l.U-3.tf Wall & Ewr.
Mus. IIultz nas just roturnod front the
oast with n full stock of mllllnory goods
and ladles', misses' and children's shoes ;
also, h largo stock of ladlos' hair switohos,
and goods belonging to tho millinery
trade, cull, boslory, etc., with a largo
ot of notions, which sho will sell oheapor
than any other placo In Cairo. Storo on
tho corner of Eleventh streot and Wash-
I Ington avciiuo, 2S.0-22-tf
KUNHT GHINniiKU l'OI'JONS HIM-
Ernst 'Grlndlor, a Gorman plastoror,
committed suicide on Wednesday evoning
and was burled yesterday. Tho unfortun
ate man was addicted to tho uso of Intoxi
cating liquors, llli appetlto hod gained
coraploto mastery of his will and all his
efforts lo discontinue tho use of strong
drink had failed Ho had lecomo a burden
to lilmsolf and family, and no doubt con
cluded that it was his dnty to shufllo off
tho mortal coll. On Wednesday after-
noon ho called at tho grocery store of his
son and bade him good byo. When asked
where ho was going ho said, "I am going
away." The son bellovlng ho bad no in
tention to do nlmsolf any injury or leave
tho city did not pay much atlontion to
him. Mr. Grlndlor than wont to his
house, abovo tbo convont, and bade his
wlfo good bye, lolling her ho was going
away. Ho then went under a shed In the
yard and laid down, Mrs. Grlndlor hap-
ponod to pts by him In about an hour
after he laid down, and noticed that ho
wat breathing in an unusual manner,
She tried to arouio him, but unsuccess.
fully. In alarm she summoned hor son
and called iu Dr. lllau, who at onco dls.
covered that Air. Urlndlor.had taken an
overdojo of opium. All aflorts to rsvlve
him wore unsuccessful, and hs died about
sovon o'clock, Coronor Gossman was no.
tided, and summoned a lurr nt mldr!!"1 "
The verdict was that tho decej- ',cm0 1,
his death fromano,v.-",orP0,oa
mlnlslored b A P'oeo of PPr
WM r..ud in his pocket, on which was
rrlttontho words: "Opium, 1 ounce."
A son o! Ho v. Mr. Wallar broke his
left arm on Wednesday, while playing the
game of Fool and a Half."
Tho couocil some time ago directed
tho city comptroller to have tho water of
our driro.wells analyzed.
A number of our Domocratis fellow-
citizens started through tho county yes
terday on a vote-hunting expedition,
They will roturn on Sunday.
Wo call attention lo tho very inter
esting communication of ltov. Mr.
Durschnor. It will boporusod with pleas
ure by our thousands of readers.
Thero I no doubt of It. Corioran's
party, on Wednesday night was a most
successful alfalr. The suppor was line.
Tho dancing was kept up until a lato
hour, Everything passed off pleasantly
W. G. Cary, tho undortakur. found
a pocket book In front of The Hulletln
offico yesterday. Th owner can got It
from Mr. Cary, by proving property and
paying for this notice.
Work on tho Cairo & Si. Louis rail
road is progressing rapidly at this point.
Mr. Flomlng, the contractor, says ho can
finish the track-laying In thirty days if ho
has gocd woather.
It. Smyth & Co. aro erecting a sub.
stantial wooden sidewalk in front of their
wholesale liquor house on Ohio lovee, and
will to-morrow lay down a similar walk
in front of tho clothing storo next door.
.Mrs. Monsarrat has returned to Cairo
from Memphis, and will receive pupils
for tho piano or guitar. Sho will also
teach vocalization. Apply to Mrs. Mon
sarratt, at tho residence ol Mrs. Dr. Dun
The rain yostorday was not objection
ablo ; but this thing roust go no further at
this time. We must havo pleasant
wonthor in which to crowd work on tbo
narrow gaugo road ; and tborofore tbo
rain mnst dry up.
An excursion train on routo for Chi
cago from points along tho Mississippi
control railroad reached hnro about 8 a.
m. yesterday, and tarried long enough for
breakfast at the St, Charles, which was
partaken ol by ovor ono hundrod passen
gers, At "Our Saloon," Eighth stroot, be-
twoon Commercial avonuo and Ohio lovoe,
tbo hungry may find all kinds of edibles-
herring, sausage, choose, &c and tho
thirsty the flnost of wines and liquors,
frosh lagor boor, and tbo host brnnds of
cigars. Attentivo bar-koopors aro always
on hand; nnd tho lunch sot daily, at 10
o'clock, Sundays InoludoJ, is as flno as
any in tho city. Call around. 10-22-1
-Spiritualism, Huxloy atsorts, is a
dynamacal omanatlon from matorial sub
stances. Wo havo no doubt that Huxloy
is correct, and to this fact we call the at
tention of Kev. ilr. Tavlur and Mr.
Holies. lJeing a dynamacal emanation
Spiritualism is necessarily a fraud. Wo
aro almost sure Mr. Taylor and Mrs.
Holies will agroe with us in this conclu
Wo havo recoived several communi
cations from ltopublicans donounclnc
Pope, Munn and Clements. Qao of them
calls attention to tho fact that Mr. Pope
is a clerk of Inspector Munn and has
his law olllco in tho govorament building
rent free. Wo shall probably publish
theso communications, but shall do so
toarfully, bncauie wo aro ono of Mr.
Pope's frionds his bosomesl friend, we
might sayand are happy In the knowl
edge that ho has a good thing.
Cairo ft, A. Chapter 71, olectod tho
following officers on Thursday evening,
October 20: L. Jorgenson, Most Kxcollont
High Priest; John Antrum, King; H,
Moyor, Scribe; A. W. O'Neal, Captain
of the Host; John McEwen, lloyal Arch
Captain; II. K, Manwarlng, Master of
Third bail; 31. Walder, Master of Second
ball; J. Goldstoio, Mastor of First ball; J'.
O. Kohub, Trcasuror; O. T. Whltlock,
Becrotary; P. W. Barclay, Tyler.
Tho weather permitting thoro will be
another gamo or baso ball played in the
Fifth ward on noxt Sunday ; and also a
game of foot ball. Tho, whole to bo con
cluded by a rousing light. 'Theso kind of
amusements are becoming very fashiona
ble; and yet our good Christian pooplo
do nothing to provont them, They ought
to pray for a change. This Is not, we aro
sure, asking too much of thorn. We do
not wish to trouble them, but really this
matter ought to be attended to, and tt
teoms to us thoy aro the people to attend
W. Linker roprosontlng D. W. Irwin
& Co,, of Ohlcaco, sondi us tho following
quotations on grain :
October wheat, 60,
Noyombor wheat, bC.
Octobor corn, 73.
November corn, CO,
Yoar corn, 07.
Octobor oats, -I!).
November oats, 10.
Yoar oats, 16.
October barloy, 1,17.
November barley, 1.07.
Thursday evoning, Oct. 22, 1874.
Wo havo but little cbango to nolo in
regard lo the yon oral markol. Tbo fool
ing is vory qulot all round, but without
any change in values of loading articles,
with tho oxcoptlon of corn. Iu this tho
now crop has commenced moving, and
prlcos aro declining fast. Wo notj
ciica oi uvoioEovcn corns o-
"ur, what liltlo
slnco our last report. I
. .1. ' Is
conflnod to low
priced stock nd m lhe, ll" ,Upf,y
.nan the domand. The surplus of
.uoice grades is vory largo, but prlcos
bold linn all round. Corn Is weak and
unsettlod, owing to small il.m.n J tJ
jeceln"-' nBW crep. OaIi are steady
ud Urm, with a demand sulllciently largo
to carry oT all receipts. Choice timothy
hay is in good demand and fair supply;
low grados are plenty and not wanted.
Poultry is a drug in tho market none
wantod at any price, and tho supply is
very larie. Vory little business was dono
to-day on account of tbo rain, consequently
our report of transactions Is vory mearo
7Our friends should bear In mind
that tho prices horo given aro usually for
sales from llrst hands In round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It is
necossary to chargoan advanco ovor these
Tho demand is almost entlrly for con.
mon qualities, under 4 60, and Ibeio aro
very slow salo as compared with list
week. In fancy cradrs thiro Is no do
mand at all. Tbo market may in Uct be
quoted very dull all around, but without
cbango in prices. Wo nolo talis of 300
hbls various grades, 1 SO to 0 00; HO bbls
fancy, C SO; 80 bbls S SO; CO
bbls, 6 09; 75 bbls, 4 00 I SO;
400 bbls various grades, 4 00
to 0 25; 300 bbls various grades,
4 600 00; 200 bbls various
gradoi, 4 CO to 0 00; S00 bbls various
grader, -1 00 to G 00. 200 bbls various
grades 4 00 to 4 76; 0 car loads various
grades, 4 00 to C CO.
Choico hay is in good demand and full
supply. Common and mixed Is quiet and
dull. Prices rulo firm and unchanged.
Sales dollvered wero S cars choice tim
othy, 20 09; 1 oar cbolco mixed, 1R 00;
S cars choico timothy, 19 03; 2 cars cboicu
timothy, 20 00, 3 cars choice mixod,
18 00; 1 car choico timothy, 20 00.
The market Is dull and unsettled, and
prices Irregular. Tho advont of tbo new
crop has had a tendoncy to lower prlcesi
and unless tho domand should bocome
more active they will continue to go down
Wo note sales ol 2 cars while in bulk on
track 7G7Sc; 1 car now and old mixed
In bulk on track S7c.
Prices are Arm and unchanged, and the
demand good. Transactions are limited
by want of supplies. Wo noto sales ot 1
car in bulk on track 63c; 1 car in bulk on
track 03c; 2 cars wbito In bulk on track
56c; 2 cars mixod in sacks del SUc; 1 car
mixed In sacks dol G9c.
rienty and dull; thoro is no demand at
any price. Steam dried moal offered to
uay at J 76 found no buyers. The only
transactions we havo to report nro a few
jobbing Ion by tbo City 3IDU altogether,
200 barrols at 3 0S4 00.
Quotably unchangod, selling at 18 GO
19 00 on tbo leveo, and 19 SO at tho mills.
One car in sacks, dolivered, 19 00; ono car
in now sacks, delivered, 18 00.
ni .... i .....
inarnei urags a lime, mocks are
good all round. Prlcos aro as yet
unchangod. We quote 30 to 83 for choice
northern dairy, 28 to 80 for choico South-
orn Illinois. Sales wero 200 lbs choico
northern, 33c; 1000 lbs common to choico,
2832; 100 lbs choico Southern Illinois,
80; BOO lbs choico Southern Illinois, 28
30; 300 lbs choice northern, 30033.
The demand for frosh eggs in good con
dition continues active at quotations.
Stocks are only fair. Sales were 600 dor.
frosh, 1820c; 000 dozen fresh, 19c; i
boxes, 10c; 2 casos, 20c.
POULT It Y.
Live chickens are vory dull, and alto
gether too plenty; tbo samo may bo said
of turkeys. In fact tho market is ovor
tockod with poultry of all kinds, and Is
likely to contlnuo so. Wo nolo sales of
10 coops old and young chickens, 2 00
2 76; 7 coops turkeya, C 007 00; 2 coops
young chickens, 2 25; 3 coops young and
old chickens, 2 25Q2 CO.
The demand for cbolco shipping apples
continues good at prlcos for round lots,
2 002 CO, aocordlng to quality. Oranges
aro dull at 8 00(3)9 00. Wo noto sales ot
60 barrels choice apples, 2 002 75; CO
barrols choico apples, 2 262 CO; COO lbs.
dried apples, 6c; 600 lbs. driod peacbss, Co.
300 lbs. dried pears, 10c; 30 barrels choico
apples, 2 60; 20 barrels common pplest
1 C01 75,
Tho market is dull and unsettled.
Prices still have a downward tondency,
but stocks are small and boldors not anx
ious to sell.
Vory little doing In this lino. A fow
potatoes and onions are sold to fill orders J
(Jill I'll ) lllHW '
PHIL Hs. SATJP
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OE CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE
Dunot buy old candies, tlmtW "uu" ln "vcr uio
summer and nro stale, olaiinin10, ma,ufctl.!ro' Alf"
see to your weight, livery , L1 TY 1,V, pou,ldB
net, or 0 ounces over fl -' ,ound8, lloMbor the place
Corner "rt and Washington ilv.
j,,. ny Place in tho City whero You can get a Complete Assortment.
at unchanged prices. Salos wero 1 car
peach blow potatoes, 90c; 1 car peach
blow potatoes, 83c; 30. bbls peach blow po
tatoes, 2 CO; 100 bushols onions, 1 25.
Stoamor Jim Flsk, l'aducah ;
" Silverthorn, Evansvlllo
" City of Uolcna, St Louis
" Ste Genoviovo, Vicksburg
" Gen Anderson, South
" Paragon, New Orloans
" John A Scuddor, Now Orleans,
Sleamor Jim Fisk, l'aducah;
" Cl'.y d Holena, Vicksburi:
" Ste Genoviovo, St Louis
" Gen Anderson, St Louis
" Paragon, St Louis
" John A Scuddor, St Louis
ltivr.li, Wkatiiki; a3 Bumnksd.
Tim river lttt evoning was 6 feet 2
initios vn tho uaucc. having fallun 3 lnrhs
dutlr.g tho previous 21 hours. Tho wm tb
er wax damp aud dlarceablo veitirJy
with n heavy shower of rain towards
Waii I)i:it. lttvnit IturoiiT, )
(Ctolicr Jft'l. j
,A,'0.V' I Change.
STATIONS. low water.
ru In. Kt. In.
Pltt'hurR ! f 3 0 1
Cincinnati I (I ) x t
Uuhvllle .1 U 0 1
Evaimvlllo - .' t-1
Nashvlllo I 10 O i)
St. Louit 7 It 0 1
uenehai. urn 1.
Tho General Anderson has two targes
of lumber for St. Louis.
The Paragon passed up without land
ing, and has a big cargo of sugar salt, and
tin plate for St. Louis.
The Jno A Scuddcr put oil 80 l.bU
grain for Cliiceo. and has largo lota of
coffj?, sugar, rice, ro!n and tea for St
The Kto GenovtflVd brought 200 biles
cotton for tho oast. Tho city of Helena
addod probably 40 tons here, and has
a good trip for the south.
Notice to the l'csuc Tho now
packing house markot In Wilcox's block
will bo opon Saturday next, with fresh
meats nnd now lurJ, at tbo lowest market
prico, Howik & Br.o,
Fkksii Suitly. Mr. P. Fitzgerald has
just rocelvcd nnd lies on salo-at his sales
room, a largo stock of English ale, portor,
llonneisy brandy and vines, and liquors
or all kinds, which ho will dispose or at
reatonablo prices. 280-9-25-lm
Lunch Every Day. George Lottner
corner of Fourteenth and Washington
avonuo, will furnish horoallor, ovory day
to his patrons a No. 1 lunch, botwocn tho
hours of ten and twolvo o'clock. Fresh
3lilwaukco beer and fragrant II &v
ana cigars to be bad at bis bar at all
Haiidw.uik and Stoves C. W. Hen
derson has just roceivod a largo itock of
tho host qualities of buildors' hardware
pockot and tablo cutlory, foro Iron stands,
and also a full lino ot parlor, offico and
cooking stoves; also fluting Irons of threo
or, four difloront patterns. Those gdodt
have boon marked down to tho lowest
prices. Cornor of Commorcial avenuo
aud Twelfth stroot, 370-10-20-lw
Joe Bonekeku now iu full control of
tho Washington bakory, nnd having
learned the wants of tho public, is pro
paroil toaupply on call all demands for
French loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bicad, and everything else ordinarily
found in a flrst-clasi bakery. Wo main
tains a full stock of confeotlonories, and
can, ns well as any othor dcalor In tho
city, All all orders in that lino.
Cakes baked, frostod or ornamontod on
short notico. Spoeial attontlon given to
tho ordori ot wedding or picnic parties,
Jlouwi) City accommodation. Com
mencing Thursday, Octobor Oth, and con
tinuing, Sunday excepted, until Saturday,
Octobor 17th, tho 3Iound City accomoda
tlon will run, leaving Cairo at 8 a. m. and
6:00 p. in,; leaving Mound City at 8.-30 a. m.
and 6:80 p. m ; to onablo parties to nttond
court and roturn to Cairo dallv. Tho
Wcdnosday and Saturday runs aa hern.
oforo, wl II bo abandoned until Octobor
AlATTIlESS AND FUItKITUllE MANU-
VAoruiiES. Moesrs. Segrist and Her
man hnvo openod, on Washington avencsj
batwoon Thirteenth and Fourteenth
street a shop, whero tboy proposu lo do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattrnssos, upholstering, sofas, lounges,
chairs, etc., and also ropalrlng and ro
varmshlogirurnlttiro of all descriptions.
Thoy will sow and lay down carpots nnd
hang papor. New mattrcssoj nnd lurni
turo made to order. Teey havo como to
Cairo to stay, and respoctfully solicit tho
patronsgo of the public. 283-9.26.lm
Piano Tunino. .Mr. O. Bobbins, being
about to establish a business connection
in Cairo, Is proparod to tuno and renalr
pUcos, organs, oto , In n rollublo mannor,
throughout tho city and country adjacont.
All work warranted, and sallslHOtlun
guaranteed. Orders by mall attended to.
Daily unuii, .Jaeckoi is now spread
Ing a dally lunch of the finest kind, bo-
tweon 10 and 12 o'clock a. in., and invites
nil his patrons to partake. Jaeckel has
alio fitted up a room In the rear of his sa
loon, in which bo will tervo oystors in nil
stylos. Gcntlomcn with ladles can be ac
commodated with a flno tablo and oysters
in any stylo. Milwaukee beer always
fresh. Corner Washlnhlon avenue and
Twelfth striet, opposite The Bulletin
Just Amu vxd Mr. Khlcrs, tho boot
and shoo man, Twentieth street, between
Warhington avenuo and Poplar street
has Just rscelvcd, according to previous
announcement, from Henry Arthur, Im
porter of leathers, Now York,
And everything elro pertaining to tho
making of Urst-clasi boot and sh jo wcrk.
Thoio ncedini: foot wear are invited to
call and exatnino this stock, tho llnsl
brought to Cairo. 307-10-20 tf
How to Get Stamina. Iron Frames
and strong nervous system aro not the li t
of all. Uut the feeblo need not despair.,
Ily adopting the right means thoy may
livo as long and enjoy Ufa as much ai
their most robust nolghbori. Physical In
vlgoration ir, however, naceisary to this
end j and while tho splrltous tonics and
nervines usually admitted, evontuallr do
prcrsboth body and mind. Dr. J. Walker's ;
California Jilt tors invariably supply now
vigor to tho frame, wbllo thoy regulate,
ovory disordered function.
O-lfwl and w 4 w.
H. onar.n, j-iiaionauio uooimaacr, ua
moved into his now bouso next to his eld
ntand on Commercial avenuo, and assures
bis friends that ho is better than ever pre
pared to satisfy them In tbo stylo, stork,
i. ... i i..t. i . . . i . ...
t. r . ,
c.i.., hi tuvir vixjia aau inoca. in evi
dorico of bis ability to satisfy overybedy,
may bo soon in the fact that ho is crowdod
with work, and has been compcllod to orn-'
ploy thrco moro llrst-class workmen. Ho
manufactures ovory stylo of boots or shoes
and uses only the bmt of material in nil
cases, whether making a cow-htdo shoo
or a pair of tho finest Fronch calf boots.
Glvo him a trial. Satisfaction is guaran
teed. 303-10-3 -Vm
l'lioTooiurmu Gallery. Gustavo
Wetzel's Protograpblo Art Gallery,
(foimcrlyT, T. Thomasi, corner Eighth
street and Commorcial avenuo. Every
thing pertaining to tbo photographic art
skilfully and elegantly executed. Tho
happy combination of a splendid light
nnd the best instrumonts, onablo me to
take ch'ldroti'i pictures instantaneously.
Mothers, glvo mo a trial, if you desire
the sweet srallo of your chorubs preserved
forovor. Satisfaction given In ovory
case, or no chango tnado. My prices aro
most rcasonablo. Cartes do visit, $3 por
dozen; Gemr, six for SI. Call nnd bo
No l'UJiLtc house In the city is' moro do
serving of a liberal patronage than tbo
Gormanla, Charles Schoenmoycr, propri
etor, corner Tenth and Poplar. Desiring
to supply tho wants of tho publlo for a
choico brand of Wolss and lagor beor, bo
vloltod St. Louis rocontly, and from thu
most popular brows of that city mado his
choice. Ho is confldont thoroforo that in
the lino of Weiss and lagor boor tbo Gor
manla stands pre-eminent. Furthermore,
to win public favor, ho sproads ovory
morning at 10 o'clock a bountiful frno
lunch. Warm soups a dlfToront kind
overy morning meats, vegetables, oto.,
form prominent features. Sardolles, sar
dines, Llmburgor and Switzor cheese,
pigs' fuel, etc, on call. In tho distribu
tion of your patronogo, then, romember
tho Gormanla. 10-18-lw
M. K. KUENE,
COit. l:JTH AND WALNUT 81'JtliET
0. llox 0C0.
Z. D.Mathtiss n, 0. Up
MATHUSS &. UHL,
; Dealer iu
ITLOUJrr GRAIN, HAY AltD '