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ASCAI.O.V 1.0DOK, NO. M
Knlzlits of I'Tllilm, mt;ti cvny Krl-
ulcnt nt lulM.wt eeri'iii In Ouil-
llllll JNO. tl liiHSHAN,
AI.KXANIIRR I.OIM1K. HO, 2H.
(-- Itnlriiruiltnt Order of Odd-Ftl-m
lows, mret ricry Thursday nUlit
r ill Imlf.iiAKl utm. Ill tlltlr liollOM
I oimtwiclHl kvciuli), tetwii'ti sixth ntv) Sen-nth
ttiifti. T J . Ktuui, N l.
UII.O KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. K..111M.U
v.'m odd-lYltowV Hall 011 tli- flrataud tliltJ
lmi.U met cry month, at hair-iat wrin
lao II Onr.iiLr, t V.
A CAIltO I.ODiii;, NO 2I7,A.V. AA.M.
MoMrtRuUr i-oinintinlcAtioiis In Ma
XX ' "'. comer roimiwiclal svmiu;
Muni r.lglith ffiwt, on Ihv eronJ ami
mlh Mwri'hv ol mfti inontli
'I his Is it now style of picture now be
Inj; proiliiffil by Win. Winter, the nrll't,
til this city. Thine pictures arc creating
much Interest In nil the principal Eastern
nnil Western elites, being altogether new.
They are unlike, photograph", being
raised ami 1xaaultfuHy cwitiioled over the
entire '.tirlai e, toft In tone, but illtlnct In
the lights and Miadce. No one who sees
them falls toadiiilrnlliem, or to give the
nrtlt an order. We have been howii it
number of pictures of well-known ladles
mid gentlemen of the city, and have no
hesitation In pronouncing them perfectly
tplendld. Wu would thcretorc advlw nil
who take Interest In such matters or de
tire pictures to call upon Mr. Winter at
hli gallery and examine hl work in this
new branch of the -.hailow-capturing art.
I.ouis HrrlM-M Iiiih PII.SKM'.lt.
Don't foricM t
If you want tinware, stove etcthat A.
Ilalley has changed his place of business
nnd can now ! found at 115 Commercial
avenue, next door to the Ar.tb engine
house, where he will be plcii'ed luwu
j 011 and give you bargain" a? of old.
Person; having cltcnn needing pumtv.
lng out and repairing can have it done
promptly and at prices to suit the times,
by calling on .1. S. Hawkins CroMreet.
I hayc a man anil pump employed all the
time for the purpose. IMCtf.
Kverybody to know that the place to gel
A smooth shae, .
A good shampoo,
A fsihlonable hair-cut,
Or uiiTthln lo that line,
1 at the Oiuni Ciktrai. Haimer
1H0P, corner Eighth and Commercial.
8-3-tf J. Gkokiie STietNiiousE.
PIl.Nt'.Kr.Knt Louie Hcrbrrl'i.
tST lr. Sherman, the great .Special
l?t, KO North Sixth street, has galiicd an
enviable reputation In the speedy manner
In which he treats all chronic dlstsR".
Sec advertisement for hl great Syphilitic
Eradlcator, Indorsed by the medical fa
culty everywhere. O-lS-lyr.
To tne I'rnitc.
Choice lino of colfi-o and sugar Jut In,
at the New York store:
Interrst oil n-oil.
The A'cxanttcr County Hank cill jxiy tVi
terctt on tUponli in tht wrings itfparl
.ullce of Urmimil.
C. Koeh has removed his boot and
shoe shop from the old Maud to hi"
new brick building (one bloek In-low),
So. W Commercial avenue, between
Fifth and Sixth streets, where lie will
keep the l'e.-t home made and, St. I.oui
custom made boots and Phot?, made of
the 'best tnateilal ; good workmanship
and in the latct fityles. All orders
promptly attended to. MKMf.
1'n.SKXKIl at I.ouU Heihtrfs.
To the Ciilviii r Cnli-.t.
1 would Inform tny many friend, that 1
:itu still in the auction huMncis ami ready
lo attend to all sale that may otl'cr. My
long experience in this lnultiet uceila no
i-onniH-nt-li Ii no expcrluiuDt on uty part,
and pal tics cutriullliK kco.1i to my ore
111 ed not be afraid, in I am im .qiiib' cr
uovlte In the hulm.
Special attention lveu to real estate r.nd
out-door ak-s :i" I lmu uuier nit-red uiuk-
mgaaule. ! IIaht.man, Auctioneer.
Corner Sixth Mrect and Commercial Av
l'Il.sr.M:il--iit I.ouiv Her.
A No. I l.iililiiliy
11 Is now coucoded that Mr-. Coleman,
tho luundreHH, No. 12 Fourth elrect, be
tween Waslilnstan Si Commercial uvcuiic j,
lias 0110 of the best conducted laundry 1 1-tabllt-bnit-nts
ill tho city, and landlords ot
botols and boarding Uimsoa lltul It to
their .-.dvantane to call upon her.
Her price? uro a follows! Hotel and
boardlng-boufo washing, 1.) cents per
dozen. Fot piece work prices are
a lollowft Sluglo shirt and col
I iv, lOo; per dozen 80c; soi-ks fc; two col
law, ftc; two handkerchiefs, Oc; vests iiOc;
and . all gentlemen's wear, tc. per
dozen. Ladles' drcssci, 'i to ru)
kbt 10 to UOc! drawers 10 to lftc; two
pair uoEfi Bcj two collars Ti to 10c. For la
ilk".' nhilu clothes SI m per dozens lor la'
dloa linu nlothes. 81 23 nor dojtelli done
ilroimitlv. nml nrouintlv ilclUeieil. Pa
trotittje solicited S-31-llit
A I'iue. Nloili.
Win. EUteii ile?lt'Ci to Inform U put
10111 and the public generally, that he has
now on hand a laru'c toek of French nnd
(icrtuun Calf, Kip and .Morocco, mid is
prepared to manufacture, tor stoic and
otllcu wear, the Illicit of Morocco or Call
Skin Shoes or Hoots; and for fanners,
draymen and out-door wear :merully, his
French Kip stands nbovo anything ever
ollercd In this market. Ills Lswts tun of
tho latest styles, and ho can guarantee a
tit and satUfatlou to all Ids patrons.
WrXX Amber and White, rajr stock
envelopes at HioHuLLUUN olllce, printed
3 DOtuidS. 00 per M.
At the UuLbETiN bindery 18 numbers,
bound in two volumes, full gilt mor
rocco; cost $14 ; for sale at $10.,
W Kcl n
CLOTH I NO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
FALL AND WINTER
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes.
WALDKR is racelvlnir dally
una aDlutidta biook 01 govam,
mid 1m Uetermluad to
NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Ho Ih reHolved to (rivt th very bait
KooJm for the very loweat irlc. Call
ami He for youi-aelv
Corner Sixth Street and Okio
11ATI.H OK AUVKHTINIJfU.
t3"All bills for uJ-rlilm,'. are lu and ay.
I rHn'Iml adurtUlnR will bclntrrtnl at tiiw
r.itc of II 10 tier tiiuart- for the flnt lniertlon
uhJ.VicinU for t-ucli ube!unit one. A liberal
illKviunt lie luailc on atanJIuK mid dliluy
I;cal notices, bulne! J cr othtrwli-e, will be
charged tn crnta jr line for the llrst nnil Dr I
cent for fHCli a-Mlllonul Inaertiun, (counting
the liuta uml npiranb I a discount will be raude
atlur third lniertlon
Cliurcli, Society, Kellil and Supper uotlcea
hIU only lo inter lid m aiUertlaementa.
Korlnertlne Funeral notice 1 IV. Notice or
rriwtlni; of jocletln or tecrtt order M ceuti for
No adTertlineiit 111 U- receired at lest tUan
r-Announccmenta IS caah invaria
bly in advance. No exceptions to tbla
l!ntTfip. tlrLLETifi I'le&e announce YI. A.
IlKDMAN o a cnn.tl'lMe Tor the oRice of County
'Iteaur-rand A'sriior at the ensulnc Novtm-
We are authorized to nnnounre JOHN A.
ItKKVK bj a randMate for theotlicaof County
lmurcr ami .t-tnor. at the eniiuntr oeui-
VV ure nulhorle.1 to announce JOHN I'.
liKI.Vu a candidal for Count Treasurer at the
iiiulny November election
We nrr nuthoilreil in annuuiire the name of
ir.nlM.K W. h.VMMONS nf TlieVs. n a uu-
liilatefor the oflicenf C untv Commissioner of
Alexander county at the ensuing elecllou.
TL'SKDAV, XOVKMBEK 2, lS7fi.
I.ocnl Weatbor Report.
IlAli. j Till..
7 a 111
I -V Ml" I
-Vote for Marchlldon lor county com-
-Miss Annie I'itchcr will --hij; at the
lecturo thl-i eveiih)''.
Ue sure and vote lor Marehildoii fur
I'rofc.or Alvord will lecture in Vim
MethodUt church this evening.
Iieinemberl'rofe'-sor Alvord's lecture
before the Library Association to-nlKht.
-Choice cranberries at the New
-Mrs. W. I Wright will slug at Iro-
tesl-or Alvotd's lecture this evening.
J. 11. Hastings, ot St. I.ouis, was reg-
l-tered at the St. Charles yesterday.
-Miss Annie l'itehcr and Mrs. W V.
Wright will sing at the lecture this even
Hon. William Harwell, member of
congress trom this district, is In the city
Go and hear Mrs. W. V. Wright and
Miss Annie i'ltchcr slug at the lecture
The ltev. Mr. Gilbert has taken upon
hliti'elf the duties as teacher of the Par
Cairo Encampment 1. O. O. F. meets
to-niuht In Odd Fellows' hall regular
.Superintendent of county schools,
Mrs P. A. Taylor, starts for a trip
through tlie county to-day.
Henry Woods was up before Judge
Itird yesterday on a charge ol disorderly
conduct. He was lined live dollars and
cots, which he paid and was dis
Ur. Wm. II. II. I.on, traveling agent
lor G. G. Green, manufacturer of Green's
August Flower, Agtto Conqueror and
German Syrup, Is registered at the St
The atternooii passenger train on the
Mississippi Central railroad, now arrives
In Cairo ntllfteeit minutes past two. This
gives travelers over Ihe route time to
tlluu at the St. Charles.
A largo house greeted the Nick Hob-
arts' Jack and Jill pantomime troupe at
the Atheneum last night. Tho perform
unco was very amusing and seemed to
highly pU'tiso the spectators.
A man named J. W. Swayne was ar-
leMed by Deputy Shcehan yesterday fpr
lighting, and arraigned before Judge
ltio's, who lined him live dollars and
costs, which he paid and went his way
"Thomas Keuo got drunk and was ar
rested by Olticer bargent, on bunuay
night. Ho was given u hearing before
Judge Hint and made to pay for his
wickedness by serving three days lit the
Tho Cairo & St. I.ouis railroad com
pauy had a force o( men ono hundred
strong laying track on Sunday, from the
turner end of the wash to connect with
the track below. They expected to run
thelitralgoye.-' thg .jiowly, laid track
yesterdaK)oraljtjr.l H fi
OWoer l.-uMub arrested John Stewart
on SuhdfiyTor stealing o calico diets and
a bonnet frufn'u colored, .woman-, uwned
Delia Bouda. lie had n hearing before
Judge lltoss and wai held to ball In tw
hundred dollars to await the action of the
circuit court. Gone to meet Jack Riley.
Tills Is election day, and everybody
clioiild vole for Marchlldon for County
Mr. E. C. Pace, we learn from the
New'Orleans Picayune, was at the rft.
Charles Hotel In that city last Saturday.
Mr. Charles Cunningham now te
Jolcesln the name of father. A t
pounu boy bauy maue his appcaraice
lu his house on Saturday night.
Sheriff Niinmo, of Union count vl and
Hon. T. F. lloitton, editor and nrofirle
torol the Jonesboro Uaitltt, spent Sun
day and part of yestcreay in Cairo.
A number of young ladles and gen
tlemen of this city hae organized a cor
net band. They have been practicing
for several weeks past, and will no
doubt soon be the envy ofall other horn
blowers in the city
It was reported on Saturday night
that Wood Itlttcnltouie would be a can
didate for county commissioner at the
election to-day, but the rumor, we pre
sume, Is false, as Mr. Klttenhotue has not
announced his name for the olTlcc.
Professor Alvord will deliver a lec
ture before the Library Association, at
the Methodist church tbl evening. Pro
fessor Alvord U a man of much thought,
brilliant Ideas and a fluent speaker, and
will not tall to please and enlighten his
The colored people of a literary turn
of mliiil, of Charleston, Missouri, have a
flourishing debating society; and now a
umlier of tho young colored people of
this city, not wishing to be outdone in
tills respect, are about to organize an In
stitution of the same kind in Cairo.
On Saturday night, a Urge party 01
tlie friends of Captain Dyas T. Parker
nd lady, accompanied by the Independ
ent cornet baud, paid their respects by a
serenade. After calling at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Parker, the band also
honored Grand Mater Oberly with a
It Is said that over one thousand peo-
le visited tlie wash in the Mississippi
levee near Mrs, Smallcnburg's, on Sun
day. At early morn men, women and
children, both black and while, began
making their way to the scene, and a con
tinual line of travel was kept up until
Mr.D.C.Axtel, superintendent ot this
division ol the St. I.ouis, Iron Mountain
it Southern railroad, accompanied by his
ite, arrived In Carlo yesterday morning,
They have been making their bridal tour
through tlie East, visiting all the large
cities and places ot note. They have
taken up their abode at the St. Charles.
Tbe Alexander County Bank will
pay Intercut on deposits In the sav
Dan Hartman's new china store, on
Sixth street, when arranged to eult the
fastidious Daniel's taste, will be one of
the prettiest, ns well as one of the most
complete establishments of the kind In
tlie State. Tho'e who are In need of
qtteensware of any description, should
give him a call before buyiutr else
The May Flsk theatrical trout;, we
are told, will apjiear at the Atheneum
again the latter part of thi week. Ow
ing to the misfortunes ol the troupe
through the carelessness ot their advance
gent, the route thoy Intended taking
after tullllllu' their eii'-.Tueiuents here.
as not billed, and they will remain here
until their arrangements have been per
Phil Howard will open his new meat
shop Thursday morning, Oct. 2Sth, lu
1'cach's building, on Eighth street,
opposite his old place of business, where
he will be pleased to meet all his old cus
tomers and a many new ones. The best
of meats, and nothing but the best, will
be found at ills shop dally. His past rep
utation for keeping a No. 1 ehoi is a sure
guarantee for the same in the future.
Deputy StierilV John Cain on Satur
day arrested a young colored man, named
Henrv MeKinney, who for a long time
past has been employed on the steamer
Eckert. He was suspected of making
himself too familiar with the silverware of
the boat, and since his arrest has returned
to the ollicers several dozen sliver
spoons, knives and forks, and a quan
tity of other things which he had made
awav with and handed over to a female
friend for safe keeping. The woman was
also arrested and lodged in Jail along
with Henry, tor being implicated in tlie
I.ouis Herbert tins PILSJESEU.
-There came near being u wholesale
jail delivery at the calaboose on Sunday
morning. 1 our gentlemen who glory in
the uom dc plumes ot Wildcat, Quinn,
Charleston and Archie Iloblnson, who
were locked up on various charges, de
termined to free themselves. They went
to work cooly and systematically, and
cut one of the floor planks into two
pieces with a case knife, intending, after
the plank had been removed, to dig out
under the foundation of the jail. Just
when they were lu tho hlghth of their
glory, however, their fondest hopes were
blasted by the appearance of McCarthy,
who put an end to all further proceed
lugs by packing them all oil to the
county Jail, where it requires assistance
greater than that afforded by a case knife
to accomplish breaking out.
.lack Illlcy is represented as one of
those fellows who don't care a d u
whether he Is in jail or out. In fact,
Jack would prefer being lu jail, for when
locked up he is always suro ot his meals,
which blessings are not always forthcom
lug when he Is out. He was arrested by
Andy C iln yesterday for stealing a ham
from G, D. Williamson, worth two dol
lat a. And here Is another proof of his
preference for jail life to that of a free
man. Instead ot swearing that the nam
was worth less than that claimed by its
rightful owner, as any other man would
have done who lores his liberty, he plead
guilty and declared that the ham mutt
have been wortli at least three Hollars
He was held to ball in the sum of two
hundred dollars, to answer the charge of
larceny at the next term of the circuit
court, and now he Is where he longed to
At a meeting of the City Council
held last night the Levee Committee
made the following report :
Your committee desire to report that
they would suggest locating the proposed
new levjtrtm the Mluhiippl side of the
city, arfoHowa : llogltining at tlx) cross
levoraMT ia cut, at a petat abwu one
ldred feet west of Y ashington avenue
on a direct line
e corner of Thir-
and Mulberry streets.
then to the Mississippi levee, intersect
ing same at ti point about opposite Thir
tieth street. We would further recess
mend that the contemplated levee be
built about same hclghth as the present
one, six feet on top, and tlie slope on out
side one to three, and on inside one to
two; that it be bulit by contract, and
under the immediate supervision of a
competent engineer. bare
employed Mr. Hely to prepare a hasty,
but approximate amount of the
probable cost of said levee, together with
such other suggestions as he might think
proper to make in connection herewith,
all of which we submit with this report.
Said proposed levee, it Is supposed, will
contain 75,000 yards of material.
W. P. Wright,
('. F. Nkllis,
Committee on Levee.
On motion of Alderman Halllday the
report was received and the Ordinance
Committee Instructed to prepare ait ordi
nance lu accordance therewith and re
port same to-ulght.
The EUrtlan To-day.
To the Voters of Cairo : As Ille
gitimate questions have been forced Into
tlie pending canvass by tlie thoughtless
partisans of the several candidates for
Assessor and Treasurer, I feel called upon
to say that I ask and expect ao man's
vote became I am a Democrat; because I
am a twenty-eight year resident and
friend of Cairo, nor yet because of my
nativity. 1 ask the support of tax-payers
and all friends of Cairo and Alexan
der county, because I propose to reduce
the value of our taxable property and
thus relieve them trom the payment
of thousands of dollars of State taxes
which they ought not to pay. I base my
condldacy on this ground ; and with the
certainty staring us in the face thai we
must, by an increase of local taxes, pro
vide for tlie repair of our levee, the de
mand for the proposed reduction seems
to me to be imperative. Had either of
my competitors avowed the purpose I
here and now avow, I had not become a
candidate. The question is of far more
importance than any individual claims,
as it nearly or remotely concerns every
resident of the county.
M. B. Uahrrll.
A good office room, up stairs, over
Farnbaker's store, lately occupied by
11 u so, Lootnls & Co. Apply to
ll-2-3t. It. Smythk X Co.
Uusluess of Importance will come up
before the meeting and every member Is
requested to be present to-morrow
(Wednesday) night, Nov. 3.
i'liAKLKt ScitoENEMKVKi:, Sec'y.
The year of 1870 Is going to withdraw
from our midst a good many of our best
citizens, among which our genial Iriend
K. iluetlncr, of Planters' House fame.
We learn that he has secured the lease of
a large space of ground at Philadelphia,
upon which he Intends to erect an estab
lishment lu " a number one hoop-la"
style, aud the superintendence of which
he, ot course, must do lu propria ptrsonat.
lu the meanwhile lie intends either leav
ing or selling his hotel on the I.evee, and
we would recommend the same to auy
one desirous ot entering in that kind of
business as one of the best and most pay
ing establishments hi the city of Cairo,
For particulars, address
11-2-1 1 E. Hueffnkr, Cairo, 111.
To tne Voter of Alexander County.
Gentlemen Having been often and
urgently solicited to become a candidate
for the olllce ot County Commissioner
by friends too numerous to nisation, I
yield, aud hereby announce that I am a
candidate for that position ; and, as all
candidates say, I say that if elected
shall perlorni the duties ot
the olllce faithfully, Impartially and fear
lessly. Tlie Interests of city aud couutry
alike shall receive my constant attention.
Taxation, roads, bridges, paupers, Ac,
&c, shaft be subjects of great considera
tion. Persoual iudisposltlon, and being
undetermined as to whether I would
make the race, must be my apology for
tllc late announcement, and for not vis
King you aud having the ustisl "hand
shake." Leaving the choice in your
hands, gentlemen, I am,
Your obedient servant,
New Meat Market.
Jacob Walters and Chris Anthus, two
ot our well-known butchers have asso
ciated together and under the Mrm name
of Jacob Walters & Co,, have opened a
meat market on the north side of Eighth
street, in Phil Howards old stand. This
will be a first-class market In every re
spect, at the names ol tbe proprietors
guarantee-a market where tlie cholsest
o cut meats, steaks, roasts of beaf, not'
ton, pork and venison; together with
sausage, bacon, etc., will be served out
to customers in a neat and satisfactory
manner. All their old friends or new ac
quaintances are invited to call and tea
Once more Belches Forth its Firey
a fj a.
FARHBAKER, THE CLOTHIE
Is Once More ; in the Field to tell all Clothing Buyers that thoy
are still buying y y
"Slop Shop" Goods at Exorbitant Prices.
We keep Goodi made in the best Manner and of the Best Style,
No goods that smell of powder of the war of 1812 ; goods well made
and sponged, only for sale fits guaranteed, as we are already known for
such. Others fight competition of that kind with "shoddy" goods, made
by second-hand dealers. Keep your eyes open. Listen to no stories that
sound like "soft soap," as it's a very poor merchant that cannot defend
his own business.
. A trial iiwlutwtsusk to make customers out of you oil. Wo don't nsk your uatronanro on account of bo-
lag "msnas'' or old CsuroRes (as
dollar. The time for d
isi tne oiiy, mi sriOM to bme su.
rer Basis ar ase.
It Is the desire of Mr. Edmund Huefner
to sell or lease the Plasters' House for
one year. This u one of the best paying
establishments in Cairo, and is furnished
ivith the finest and best accommoda
tions. For terms, apply to Mrs. Huef
ner, at the Planters' Rons, Cairo, Illi
Cairo, III.. Monday Kvknino, l
November 1, 1875.
The month opens with weather warm
aud pleasant, atmosphere hazy, and
signs that betoken an approaching
There Is little change in business. To
day being tlie first of the month, was, as
usual, devoted to the settling up of last
month's work, aad tales were few. In
corn we notice Indications of a decline,
and sellers were willing to shade a little.
Flour Is In large supply and very slow
sale ; stocks of choice are largely in ex
cess, and the demand is nearly all tor me
dium grades. Hay Is very dull except
for strictly choice, of which there Is none
here: receipts of common aud mixed
are large and have to be shipped to
Southern aaarkett, as there is no de
mand lor it here. Choice apples axe in
active demand and scarce. Orange are
dull. Bran is dull and prices are lower.
Other branches noted below.
AsVOtir friends should boar In mind
that the prices here given are Usually for
sales from first hands in round lots, lu
ailing orders and for broken lots it is nec
essary tocharge an advance over these
Very dull. Stocks ot all grades are too
heavy ier the demand. Choice grades
are neglected. Only low and medium
grades will sell at all. We note sales of
100 bbls from store, $4 S07 ; 100 bbls
XXX, winter, $0; 100 bbls XX, S
100 bbls XX, $5; S00 bbls XXX, winter,
$5 .15 ; 300 bbls various grades, $3 76
6 GO; 200 bbls various grades, $4 507.
The market is very dull, llecelptsof
common and mixed can only he disposed
of by forwarding to Southern markets.
Choice timothy is scarce aud wanted to
fill orders. Sales were: I car choice
mixed delivered, $16 ; 1 car choice mixed
delivered, $15; 9 cars choice timothy
The market is weaker and there Is dis
position on the part of sellers to shade
prices. A great deal of corn is being
bought up by commissiou men for future
delivery. We note sales on the levee ot
2 cars yellow in sacks ;dellvered, 60c ; 2
cars white lu sacks delivered, 60c ; 2 cars
No. 2 mixed In bulk on track, 50c.
All kinds are plenty and dull, very lit
tle demand for anything. Sales were, 5
cars Southern Ills. In bulk o:i track, 33c ;
1 car Northern lu sacks delivered, 42c ;
50 sacks rejected delivered, 30c ; 1 car
Northern mixed in sacks delivered, 41c ;
1 car Northern nixed lu bulk on track,
38c ; 3 cars Southern Ills, in sacks de
livered, 39c ; 1 car Northern mixed in
sacks delivered, 45c.
Ueceiptsare light and demand very
small. Prices rule same as last report.
Sales were 100 barrels couutry steam dried
delivered, $2 75; 1 car couutry steam dried
delivered, $2 75 ; 100 barrels country
steam dried delivered, $i 76.
The market Is well supplied and sales
very slow. Transactions were limited to
1 car in sacks delivered, $15 50.
The market Is fairly supplied with all
kinds aud the demand Is good. Sales
were 4 tubs choice Northern, 28c ; 1 tub
choice Northern, 27c; 5 buckets Southern
Illlaolf, 3223c; 800 pounds Southern
Illinois, 20c; 0 tubs choice Northern,
37c; 300 poands choice Southern Illinois,
35c; 200, squads Southern Illinois, 30c.
Sales are slow but there is no overstock
In the market. We note sales of 100
doz., llo; 80 doz., 30c ;0 boxes 19Jlc;
3 cases, 30c.
The sairatt Is: braritteeked. and dull.
We note sales of 10,coops. young,, f 3 35 ;
10 dozeu hens', $3 '20; ft dozen youug,
$3 w, r podAyoOnKi ,$! J3 V l coop
Scarce and In active demand. Not
enough choice come hi to supply the
to mma mac
we nave been known horo lo! thesomany years) -but to savo von thn
as for frlendshiD is orono.
e make war on high prices.
OHIO LEVEE, BELOW SIXTH STREET. .
market. Sales were .'I coops choice, $10 ;
4 coops choice, $9 10.
Choice are hi active deaiaud and very
scarce. Prices are llrm and tending up
ward. Sales were 110 barrels, $2 80; 50
barrels, $2 05; CO barrels, S2 75; 50 bar
rels choice, $3 35 ; 10 barrels choice, $.'),
40; 50 barrels common, $2 2. ;. 7) barrels,
Plenty and dull. We note sales of 10
Not much doing. Wo note sales of 210
barrels Early Rose, $1 i-Vu)l 00; 1 car
choice Northern Peach Blows delivered.
40c per bushel.
We note sales of 1 car in bulk on track,
45c per bushel.
Cnre Tonr Horses.
Epizootic powders tor horses and
mules sure cure for sale by M. J. Me
The Dclmonlco Saloon, with ten-pin
alley, shooting gallery, and all tlx Hires
psrtalniug to the establishment. For
terms of sale, apply to
10-20-tf Mas. Axxie Coyne.
Cani stressed Vanat.
We have now the agency for this yeast
the best in use, made by Tauszky & Co..
which we shall receive Iresli dally oy ex
press, wholesale and retail, at Sew York
I hereby notify the bu.-lncss men of
this city, aud public at large, that I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted In my name, unless made by me
personally. Miw. Annie Coyxk.
New cottage, 0 rooms, eoruer Seventh
and Walnut streets, occupied at pre
ent by Jlr. Winter. Will he vacant on
Monday, Nov. 1. Rent $22 per month.
Apply on Seventh, second door from
above house. 10-'.l0-tt
A.HnUey has removed to his new
store room, 115 Commercial avenue, op
posite Winter's Block, nnd next door toj
the Arab engine house, where lie will bo
pleased to see all his old customers and
as many new ones. 0-HO-tf
Invitation to the HeU'lorn,
The medical profession of the city of
Cairo and vicinity are respectfully Invited
to attend the semi-annual meeting of the
South-Western Kentucky Medical Asso
ciation, at Clinton, Hickman county,
Ky., on Tuesday next, Nov. 2, at 11 a.
m. The brotherhood of medicine in
Western Kentucky will cordially welcome
their brethren of Illinois aud Mls-:oui l In
traternal exchange of professional cour
tesies at the convention.
J. W. Sioi.eton, R. S.
Paducah, Ky., Oct. 28,1875.
Head: Stead 1
Look at these prices, offered by O. Hay
thorn A Co., for 10 days. Wi: mean iil's
Boys' new style Alexis tics 1 00
Good Winter Boots 3 00
" Custom-made Call Boota.... 3 75
Youths' Good Calf Boots 2 00
Men's Custom-made Calf Boots... 0 00
300 cases Boots and Shoes at astonish
lngly low prices wholesale and retail.
O. Haytuorn fc Co.,
101 Commercial Avenue,
10-29-10t. Cairo, Illinois.
We have this dav sold to Mr. Louis IL
Myers our entire stock of groceries nnd
provisions. Tie will continue tho bust
uese at Ihe old stand, No. 113 Commer
clal ayenue, and wo would heartily rec
omuieud him to all of our old customers
both In town, and In the adjoining
country. Stewart & White.
Caiho, III., Oct. 28th, 1S75.
Having purchased the stock of Mcst,
Stewart A White, It is my purpose-to'
repiemsu it at once ; aim witu u cunpiviu
assortment of staple and lancy groceries
I hope to receive a liticral share of public
patronage. Louis II. Myers.
10-30-lw, r. T . . "
mmm saw "
Td Cowuertbwalt & Phillips to try those
. Attention! neaiere.,
We have four dozen Imitation
Sprague Cao-Opaners, taken for adver
Using, which we will sell at two dollars
Flame and brings
of Pino Uuderwcnr, tho'lnrgoat
Port I. Int.
Steamer .lini VlU. Patlucah.
' Cons. Millar, Memphis.
" ICaty P. Kotintz, St. I.ouU.
" Julia, St. Loul?.
" John A. Scudder. St. Louis.
" Belle Memphis, St. LottU.
'.' Sllvertlioru, Evansvillc.
" J. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Granger, Ohio.
" Colorado, St. Loui..
" Kcd Cloud, KvansvlUe.
" Grand Tower, Mcinplits.
St. Joseph, St. I.oui.
" Low Water, Ohio.
Tow-boat Atlantic. St. LouN.
Petrel, St. Louis.
" Robert Scmplc, St. Louis.
Suauboat S. II. Long, South.
Steamer Jim Kisk, Paducah.
" Cons Millar. Cincinnati.
" Katie P. Koutitz, New Orleans.
" Julia, Vlcksburg.
John A. Scudder, Sew Orleans.
" Belle MeninhN, MfiiiphN.
" Sllvi rthorn, Evansvillc.
" J. D. Parker, Clnclnuatl.
UraiiRer, Arkansas river.
" Colorado, Vlcksburg.
" Red Cloud, F.vansvilie.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
' St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Low Water, South.
Tow boat Petrel, Tennessee river.
" IJobert Scmplc, New Orleans
SuagboatS. II. Long, Mound City.
niVEIt, WEATHER AND Ill'SlNESS.
The river last nvcnlug was six feet
two anil one-tilth inches on tin" range,
having fallen three mid three-llfths
Inches iluriuif the previous fortyi'lght
The weather is clear uml fair and
business at the wharf w is active yester
Wharluiiiiter A. Jl. Hunl reports the
following arrivals for October: Steam
boats, 15H ; tow-boat", III ; registered
barges, !!!; total tonnage, Custom llouni
measurement. M.-I.'U tons.
The snag-boat S. IL Long, Captain
Burt, starts into the MN$RIppi this
morning to work from Bird's Point to
St. Louis, and will remove all tho snags
that now give pilots ao much troubles
Tlio beiul-i backs ol" thu dl y ate full of
them, ami we ute told that all the bonds
above are In the same condition.
Coui)r!'4etl Yenst Not ire
I have thU day secured the sole agency
for the sale of Flelsehmnu fc Co. coin
pressed yeast, either wholescle or retail.
Dealers can be supplied at any ami all
times by calling on me. This is the only
yeast of tho kind In market that Is gen
uine. W. L. Bristol, :U Eighth lre:t.
Cairo, ill., Oct. 2.i, IH7.. lO-l'S-lm.
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of any internal Wdliilnf, rmplnif inllrrllsUeu,
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