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Real Estate Column i
Alejtnnler county IaihIi, f'alro lnt
liaiijro fur UU I-oiiid riK-rty.
A line rclilenoe on corner Hiilbrnnk
vtntio ami Twenty-third atrcr-f, t a
The- outii tiall of Hie 'IMtof house nt
Several Hup rooms In Winter's Murk.
flood to torr brick Kiiilablp fr
.orv ami ofllcPM on Commercial avenue,
-frtwprn Eleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling eorner Mm tor ntli
iil I'oiilar Mrects.
Saloon and llxture. soiiUiwitt torii
?r Eighteenth Mn-Pt and ommercial
ivemie, at a tar:ilii.
lwi-liinjr hoiixe on Cro- street, we
t VRnlilnjrton avenue.
Two buiiipAhoiuPHon 1 a vim- street,
above, Kijflilli, $20 e.eh.
Store room on C'omim rciitl avenue,
lcxtto Waverly hotel,! 10.
Two story houo on Cornajerelal av
finw. Two tenement itituble for fcliopt
Store roni, :-orner Twentieth and
I 'of ilar, f .
l'p Ftalrs of house on Commi rrUil av
enue, near llrth street. Suitable for
J welling, $5.
Tenement g numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter'i Kow. 5 rooma each for $10
lvr month. In first-class order.
Orphan A.jium building and jreini
Kent low, to a Jfood tenniit.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Room In various iarU o( tlx- et y.
. , KOKI.KA8EOKSALK.
Iind.H. In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
BetavVe ( Www aiM.
Mrs. (J. McLean, our popular Milliner,
hat removed from her old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's Block, corner
of Seventh ktreet and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and Inrrea.sed
facilities. Slw is now receiving new
goods from ttie different trade centers,
keeping a much lam-r and more varied
Mock on hand than formerly, liuying
goods in larger fjuantltien, alio can sell
at much lower pri"?, guaranteeing eatis
fuel ion in every iutUiice, hotli at to her
work and the iinlitv of jfMKl-.
A lnnutirul llm of iiaml-nindo boots and
alexea for gcntleau-fi, at prices a4 low as
for murliine sewed paid elsewhere, at the
City Shoo Store. Cenllemeu should nut
tail ti them Itetore tliej have u pair
made. A i rfcet tit ami ijuallty gimmn
For a snirioth h(uc, a neat and fa-li-liiiiable
hair cut, r refreshing c hamiioo,
tin to Kd. Braxton, at the planter' Ihi Im r
larlir. The heat of iierfuineriet and
huir Ionic alxvay kept on hand. '1 he
bath room connected witlt thi elabli-h-inrnt
in the only one in the city, and l
always kepi in Ihe ne.itei.t order, ready
tor the rnnveiiieiiii- u' iiinloiiixr-. tt
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. . . wnoyvr -' - -
Sliglecord , 'tf',-tl- i oO
nve xrd let 3 2.1
CL l iKAMr-K aM Hl'i iltOliV:
Single ton f.l .V)
Three .'t 2"i
Five " :i
"Order" for torp wot wHI tie promptly
lilted. A t lioice lot of kindling on hand
by '. W. WllEKIr-K&Co!
A ue .
.Mr. (jutuye Vete having returned
to 1 airo, tins fitted up his old rooum cor
ner of Kighth etm-t and Commercial
avenue, as a tirt-elas fhotogruph gal
lery, where he will le happy to we his
old friend and patrons, as well as scores
o new one. All orters in the picture
line will be executed iu fiMt lays tjle.
and at prices, to t-uit the timei. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
,4atifactioii or no charge." S-.'H-lm.
Dlalriel Nehool Kleellon Sol ire.
Not toe Is hereby given, that on Satur
day, the Seventh of October, next, at the
school house, on Eleventh street, district
No. 1, in township No. 17, range 1 west,
Alexander county, Illlaois, an election
will be held for one member of board of
education to till vacancy for said district.
Which election will be opened at ten
o'clock, a. in., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. in., of thesauieday
By order of County Superintendent o
Public School. Phoebe A. Taylor.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, 1870.
We will deliver our best lump coal on
V. and V. K. K. track In Cairo at $30 ier
car load of
This coal has so sui'KRiou for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders lor coal to
Jamks A. Yiall it Co.,
IIknky Slack, Agent at Cairo.
Good board can be procured at the
Kailroad house, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing rates :
Day board .'.....$3 00 per week.
Hoard and lodging. , 4 00 "
Despite what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always rind on the
table ''something to eat." 0-2l-2vv
F.Mr)a . Mil Rlarsl-tt
Ijr Jtaarder !U.
The European hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ol Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue, will open October Isr,
1870. Terms, $4 CO per wet k. This is
an excellent place for families to get oys
ter, which will Se served in any style
dcblred, together with all other choice
edibles the market aflords. Boarding on
the European plan. Three tickets for $1
fUve ue a call. For board and lodging
inquire on the premises. j
U-28-2W Mks. H. Walker, frop'r.
tOR MIKKIr F.
We are authorifed to announce JOHN II
ItoHINsON aarnililaerr Mi. r iff of Ale
ainlrrcouatjr, al Ota eonting oouniy election.
W are authonred toanaouac PKTER f ALP,
lor an imiepcnaeai rmimeiace lor mwiii or ai
eiemlerexHiiitj, at the eamurif oounty election.
Kiutiir Hi Li.tTiK; I'lrane annnnnee that I
am a nn li.lnle f..r the ndlce of Male Altorr.ee
lor Alexander eminty al the Novemlier elec
tion. m. Mi i.aav.
Wa are auili'.ri-. to annmini-e .!.. Vi .
IIKMHiH h. .Ill , an a can this!- al Hie No-
mlr rliMtinn, lor Mulea Attorney for A lev -ainlrr
I IK I II' l.f.KK.
We are authorized to announce WII.I.IAM
W. .MTHKKIr ll.S a a candidate for Circuit
Clerk of Aleiander eonutv at the coiniua- county
We are authorized .o announce JOHN y,
HAKMWa a nindnlale lor the ollii .f Cir
cuit clerk f Aleianler wiiinty at the eiiHUiiix
We are authnriie I to announce JOHN A.
IShKYK aa atandidate for the oflice ol Circuit
Clerk at the Novrinlier election.
17. .1. i. iir t.- i.iti'UI u
a raixIMute for the offlie of C'ireuit Clerk ot
Airianoer ctiiniy ai ifie .ovamuer eieciion.
ACt-f)N l,Olli,K, Ml. M.
Kniiflithol Fvthiua. meeta every Frl-
A day infill at hal!-Ml avvro, lu (i l-
tellllH' Hull. IIOB,
Al.KXANDKK I.OlHiK, SO '1A.
Imleiasnilent Onl T of t.t-l'ei-Iowa,
meet every Xhnraitay niirht
at half-uaat aevtn. in their hall on
-iiiiiiiciT,iul avenue, lietween hinth anJ heventb
.ret . A. lintuKi. N ti
TVIHO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. r..meeU
in M-FYllow' lull on the Ural anl third
i in lay iu every luonUi, at half-t seven
A. Com I mo. C f
A CAIUOI.OIK.K. SO. 237, A. r. A A. M.
ifKg- Hohl r-Kiiliir ymmuDiition In Ma
iuir Hell, corner tximmereial avenue
' 'aiel Kiifhlli tn-et, on the aeconil and
onrth Mon1av of each month.
HATI1N OP AOVCRMII XU.
fJrAU billa for advertising, are due and pay
able I ADTABCB
Trantient alvertiaint; will be insert eJ at Uia
rate of II uu per atuare for the firot insertion
and V rents for each iubceqiient one A lilmral
diacount will be made on standinK and dipi
For insertine Knneral notice 1 eo Notice ol
meeUnit of aocietiea or aecrct onlera Mi ceDla for
Cburrn, Mociety, Festival and Huper notices
Will only tie Inserted as advertisements
Ko alvertiaeDient will be receive) at leu tlian
SO cents, and no advertisement will I intu ited
for lea than three dollars l-?rmonlh
Local Buaineaa Notloca. of
tn Unoa or more, Inserted
In the Bulletin m follow a :
CommtBct Countinsr at ten Llnea.
One lnaortton per line t Cent
Twe Inaertiona par line 7 Centu
Three Inaertiona per line 10 Centa
8ix lnrtiona per line 15 Centa
Two weeka per lino . 25 Centa
One month per line 36 Centa
No Reduction will Le made In abov
.TI'ESDAV. OtToBKl! ?. 1S7P.
I. eitl Weauier Kepera.
Cairo. Ilu.. Oct 2. W.
7 a m
t ii. in.
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Pcr'taiit. Signal Servt.-e. I', "v A.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set of
new lmrne. Apply to A. II. Irvin.
W Hnteil, a tenant on a fruit farm near
Villa Itidge Station ou the Illinois Cen
tral railroad. Apply i D. Arifr,
!-l:t-tf Cairo, III.
The bii-itness room, CI tilno levee
lately occupied by 1. Fambaker, is va
cant and for rent; also the cellar and an
oflice up Kt:iir4, in same buililin?. For
particulars apply to Ilobert Smyth, M
Ohio levee. If
A. Black, of the City Shoo Store,
has added a w holesale department In the
house, wherein the usual goods of the
trade will be kept, to which he specially
invites the trader ot the city and vicin
ity. He will duplicate the prices of any
house in the West. Terms, strictly cash.
Hoys and Mena Hat.
We have a lew boys' and mens' hats
left at 50 and 73 cents each. The same
goods will cost double elsewhere.
2S-3t O. IIaythorn & Co.'a.
For Hale ( heap.
The fine dental outtlt formerly owned
by Dr. P. L. Williams. For terms ap
plv to Mrs. P. L. Williams, Teuth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
The best violin, guitar nud buss strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can bo obtained of E. & W. Huder,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue. They make pianos and organs
a speelalitj 0-lU-lf
Gents should know they can buy a silk
hat of the best quality and tho latest
style for $4 50, at O. Havthorn & Co.'s.
Dottnire for Kent,
Situated on Tenth street, between Wal
nut and Washington, No. 30. Possession
given first of October.
E. A. Bl'RXRTT.
Ho ! For St. Louis Fair.
Illinois Central It. H. Co.,
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20, 1S7G. J
To persona wishing to attend the St.
Louis Fair, commencing October 2d, we
will sell excursion tickets to St. Louts
and return, at $7.20 ; East St. !ouis and
return, at $0.00. Commence sale ol
tickets September 30th ; good to return
until October 11th, inclusive.
General Southern Agent,
j! II. Jones. Ticket Agent. 0-20.Ct
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
V Hrnernl ItnrM. , ,
1 The public Reboots Opened )sterJ;it
morning. Tim attendance for the year
promises to be large.
ICt ever) body who has enrolled his
name in the new Tildeu and Hendricks
club, Attend the meeting to be held at
Kluge's hall to-night. '
The Sweepers held a meeting last night
in order to complete arrangements for the
big barbecue, to lie held iu thin city on
thel'Jth Inst. ,
. . ,
The Itoniaiis knew what they were
about. A wise man was Sapis, and soap
was Sapo. Wisdom has reached Its
climax In this generation in II. T. lUh
bit's Ix'i-t ?oap.
Dr. Bull's Con li fyrtip has lieen he
fore the public for years, and is pro
nounced by thousands MipcHor to all
other medicines lor the cure ot coughs,
colds, Influenza and all pulmonary com
l he employes of Halliday Brothers,
to the numler of ninety, will hold a
meeting at No. 7, Ohio levee (Halliday
Brothers' old oltlce in the City Na
tional bank building), this eveuing.for
tho purpose or organi.ln a Tihlen ' anil
Hendricks' campaign club.
The Odd-Fellows of Cairo will cele
brate the anniversary ot the institution
of Odd-Fellovhip, at their hull on to
morrow night. All the members of the
Order of this city, with theirfaiuilies, will
participate in thenfl'ilr, which i expected
to le very enjoyable. ' ' ''
The next regular sociable of the ladies
of the Episcopal church, will take plaoe
at the home ot Mrs. William Gilbert, cor.
ner of Fourth street and Washington av
enue, on next Thursday night.
Ladies and misses will find at present
the finest etock of stylish shoes of elegant
make In the city at the City Shoe Store,
No. 1 10 Commercial avenue. Keeping
as they do, only the very best make, pur
chasers can rely on getting a satisfactory
article. Full guarantee given for custom
work. Prices range very low. S-2;Hw
The New Channel.
EniTou Bl'llktin: The question of
the "cutoff1 above the city having been
discussed around town considerable,
some figures on the cost of work ucces-
sary to make it a success, might be iu
Estimating the distance to he live
mile, and that In order to provide a
clear run for water without danger of
becoming obstructed by trees, etc., or
Irooi becoming diverged from a proper
course It would be necessary to clear
a strip of land one hundred leet wide,
through which the channel should run,
and to dig the channel, say ten feet deep
by an .average of six feet wide, this
would take it down into soil that would
cut away very fast.
Clearing strip. five miles long ty
Hhj feet wide, 03 acres at Srlo
ler acre $ 030 00
I igging channel, &S.005 cubic
yard, at 10c per yard 5,(CC 50
Engineering, Ac 300 00
Total -.$C,7yC M
The above is a liberal estimate of the
cost tit the work necessary to be done.
With the water running through a
frch cut channel at the Sieed It would
run, it would certainly cut very fast and
soon make the "cut oft" the inuiucuan
nel of the river. The rostot procuring
"riht a way," etc., is Hiiother question
and more ditllcult to estimate the cost of.
but certainly would not amount to a con
siderable sum. If this proposed im
provement can be made a success lor
something near the estimate I give
above, and I see no good reason why
it should not, 1 believe the money to
do the work can be raised iu our city lu
one day. Messrs. Levee Committee, how
does this strike you ? Citizen.
There will be a social gathering of Odd
Fellows iu the hall ot Alexander Lodge.
No. 224, 1. O. O. F., on Tuesday evening.
October 3, WC, to celebrate the anniver
sary of the institution of Odd-Fellowship,
to which all the members ot the lodge
with their families only, are requested
and ex pet-ted to attend. Visiting broth
ers in the city, are cordially invited to
participate. Harmox H. Black,
2t . Secretary.
M. J. McGauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood s Pills, celebrated
for the cure of chills, ague, and nil
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all eases. He employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at hi drug store, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
50 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. 8-10-dlm
Mew Wood Yard,
1 have opened a wood yard on the cor
ner ot Twenty-eighth street anJ Ohio
levee, and will deliver in any Dart of the
city, first-class dry four foot ash and
hickory wood at $3.00 and $3.2.') per
cord, cash. Stove wood will also be
keptou hand in any quantity for aide.
Call and see me. W. M. Kelley. 2t
A. O. II.
Bemember the Ancient Order of Hi
bernians' ball to take place at Scliccl's
hall on the evening of October 23d.
Neither time nor money w ill be spared
to make it a success, and a pleasant occa
sion tor all w ho wish to participate in th
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, la open to
the public. Tho bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-23-tf Jos. lloxEKER.Prop'r.
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain
and Southern Builway are now run
ning i h i train I lojivlng Ooiuua
bus at 7:10 a.m., arriving at Cairo at 0:50
a.m. Returning, leaver Cairo at 2:50 p.m.,
arriving at olumbus at 6:10 r.u. Fare,'
$1.50. Sept. 2t-Ct.
The III eat rampnlfH t'lnb In Mntith
Which Has over One Huadred Oerman cm
They will Meet al Ulae a Hall Ta
Marrow Might aad Oraanlar.
v Tho new tilden and netnlrirW cam
paign club, ff whleii we hne spoken
several ti.tnca, Is nliout as good as organ
ized, and can justly be culled the boss
club of Southern Illinois. More than
two hundred men ; have already enrolled
their names as members of the organi
zation, among whom will In- found by
glancing at the list below, in my of the
leading business men. us well as a num
ber of high otllclals, who have promised
and will do all iu their power to insure
the success of tho reform ticket :
W P Halliday
it H Cunningham
P W Barclay
ti I) Wifliaiusoa
C M Howe
II L Hallidav
Je se Lilnkle
W B Pettis
W C Jackson -(i
H Jackson """
J B Hudson
J E Spilier
Sol A Silver
J W Leonard
F W hi team p
T J Kerth
Paul H Schuh
J Geo Stcinhouse
E Budcr jr
I harles Lamm
Ia-wIs II Myers"
C W Dunning
i M PhilllDt
Jaws S Iteardeii .
It S l ocuiu
B F Blue
N It Oakley
.1 N Smith
Robert II inkle -C
John A Haynes
(i W Tinkle
J B Loeb
A M Osterloh
I Amis (', Herliert
J G Leller
10 Kleh .
Win Alba -V,
Charles Gayer - ;
John Johnson '
F M Stocktleth
John Hrgi ,
C S OIerly
Ct P ThUlips
Robert A Hamilton
John C Zonono
F Koe ler
II D Meyers,
F W Strautz,
Louis II Lohr,
W T Beerwart,
II C A Kiitnpon
B F Parker
Why W Summons
John A Towers
K S Imen
S B l.uui
M F Fulton
Ernest Thieleeke Will K Hawkins
E A Burnett John Oberly
I.ouSchcukers W Winter
Gustave Wetzel Ambrose W Pj itlt "
O G Harrell E C Harrell
A A Allen J E Itennie
A Comings Charles Frank
John II Oberly Henry Gossmati
Chas F Parker Maurice Clancy
Pat Fitzgerald Charles Weber.
C Munn Josepn Washington
C P Tyler Dvas F Parker
Wm Herty Mack
Thos Easly ' C II Thompson
Pitt Easly C R Howell
M Higginn G B Mertney
Hugh Callahan John Dufley
Dan Callahan BB Lacy
John Arnett John S Morris
Hugh Martin Geo Hubbard
Chas Holler ScottNeal
II Payne John Higgins
Jas Clonen Wm Carry
John Pavne Henry Keyes
Plinney Mills T C VVilson
O Boughner H Downing
M Harrington M Galvin
The "Tilden and Ilendrleks Reform
Club," by which name the organization
will be known, has more than one hun
dred German members, many of whom
have hitherto voted tho Republican
There w ill be a meeting of the club at
Kluge's ball, corner ot Sixth street and
Commercial avenue, to-morrow evening,
and every man who has enrolled his
name is expected to be present. The
meeting is tor the purpose ol effecting s
a permanent organization.
The "Ireai Trail."
A spicy sketch descriptive of a trip
over the Atchluson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, scenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Mountains,
by "Nym Crinkle," the musical and
ilramatio critlo of the New, York lfVW,
seut free on application, together with
the San Juan CuiJc, maps and time
tables ot this new and popular route
from Kansas City and Atchinson to
Pueblo, Dcuver and all points In Col
orado, New Mexico, Arizoua and the San
Juan Mines. The finest line of Pullman
Sleepers ou tho continent between the
Missouri river and the Rocky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
tourists' tickets lrom the Missouri river
to Denver at $50, good to stop oft at all
T. J. A0ER0N,
General Passenger Agent,
P. Hiclbron has Just arrived from St.
Louis with a tine stock ot Dry Goods
and Clothing, hooU nd jshocs, hats,
eafH, rte-.vliliRi lie willkell at astonish
ingly low prices. Give him a cull, and
convince yourself ot the. truth of this
statement.' Ills good' are all freibJ
TILDEI AND HIIDRICKI.
Attention, Ta Supporters of Reform I
Oraanlaallen mt Anelher nemorrtlr
The undersigned arc respectfully rt
(piestcd to meet at No. 70. Ohio levee,
(Halliday Brothers' old office, in City
National Bank building) thW evening al
7 o'clock, sharp. Every jierson whose
name Is In the lit, l earnestly a-ked to
V W Brndly, J II Phillips, ' '
L C Malbou. It P Robtims,
J P Hendrick, John ItriMerlck,
Mathew Clarke, Put Purcell,
J K Morau, Oweu Sheriden,
DJ Foley, loin Walder,
Geo E Clarke, C 11 Evans,
Jim Laws, Thomas Wilson,
Frank Kleir, Sam Redman,
Mike Shcchan, PatGreanev,
N Parker, Mike Stanton,
Sain Parker, Timothy Mahaney,
Dick Smith, Jas Hayne,
John Holland, C. Hagiies,
Sain Anderson, Jis Duvi,
Joe Morton, Jas Bladge,
Dick Coleman, Peter Carrigait,
Andrew Johnson. Geo Ware,
Chas Berry, Henry Hobart,
Sain Fisher, Jas Conlon,
II. G. Gilmore B Vouch,
A Courtway, Jas Watt,
Sam Green, Jno Lewi,
W I) Moore, Jas Barnes,
Lew Thomas. Jas Wilburn,
John MeAulitt, Win Wilburn,
Wm Green, Jno Carry,
ElijAh Green, Albert Goiidy,
B S Carter, Spenec Bowman,
eo Coburn, Robt Adams,
M J Scanlin. W Wriirht.
LS J Ke gan, M Sullivan,
John Marry, M Brooby.
J L Gilmore, Thos Wilson,
PatEagan, Geo Hendricks,
Tom Easley. Jno Smith.
GttsVerrin, Thos Axall,
John Brooks, T Parker,
P Duggan, II Moore,
Jno Collm, Wm Cusev,
Wm Eatz, . Gus Kauinp,
Jno Vance, Mike Duggan,
Geo Wilson, RSnell.
Mike Ruggaler, Jno Johnson,
J W Thomas.
By order of the Committee.
The Rough and Ready tire company
have engaged Scheel's hall tor a grand
Centennial ball to take place ou the
evening of November 6th. Particulars
will be made known heraafter.
Ve announce Martin Brown of Thebes
in this mornings Bulletin, as a candidate
for County Commissioner. Mr. Brown
Is a competent man, and if elected will
make an efficient officer.
ftl. I.aala Fnir!
The St. Louis Iron Mountain and
Southern Railway will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to St. Louia and re
turn at $7.20; good until October Oth.
0-30-tit J. C. Zimmeh, Agent,
on Kighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County. Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else iu the barber line. La
dies' and ehlldrens' hair cut or dressed.
either at the shop or their homes.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 1, 1S70.
Business, as has been usual for the
past two weeks, opened up pretty bruk
on Monday morning. The city was full
of farmers and teams, with wagons well
laden with produce, meats, etc., all ot
which now finds ready sale in this mar
ket. ' The weather continues to grow
colder each day. The leaves have begun
to fall, and the chilly wiuds have brought
out overcoats and heavy clothing. The
clothiers have all laid In their winter
stocks, and in no place in the country
can better bargains in goods of this kind
be obtained than here in Cairo, of which
fact we speak for the benefit of our
country friends. Business on tho rivers
continues very lair. There is a good
stage ot water to New Orleans. Rates
The flour trade continues active. The
receipt for the past week of choice have
been fair, but of low and medium grade
there is still a scarcity, though several ot
our merchants were looking for shiii-
ments to arrive yesterday. The dcm ind
for choice is moderate, with a rnod sup
ply In 8 lock, while the low and medium
grades have the call over all others.
Flour ranging in price from $4 to $1 50
is what is wanted very badly.
We have almost become discouraged
with the hay market as have our mer
chants. There seems to be nothing to
keep up spirits In this trade. The only
kind of hay that will sell at all is choice,
and but very little is coming In. Com
mon stock is seldom called for, and the
market is full of it.
"Corn is completely dead. There is
none ou the market, and none is wanted.
There is a demand whatever. For oats
there is no good demand, when they are
choice. There Is a very light supply on
the market, with very light receipts.
Meal and bran are usually dull. There
is very little country meal in stock. City
meal is in good supply.
Choice butter is now and will continue
in good demand, as the weather is favor
able. Common is pretty plenty, and
finds very slow sale. Eggs are iu good
demand. There Is a fair supply.
Good young chickens and old hens are
In good active demand at good pricea
The sales ol poultry lor the past lew
days have been very good.
The market Is well supplied with
apples. Tho demand is only moderate.
t&Our friends should bear In mind
that the price here given are usually lor
tales from first hands In round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken Iota it i
necessary to charge an advance over
Choice flour I in good supply, with a
moderate demaud. Low and medium
grades are scarce, w hile the demand for
them contluuea active. Tho sales re
ported were 300 bbla., various grades,
$3 OO&e 00 200 bbls., various grades,
$3 3ufi,0 00; 100 bbls., various grades,
$3 8oJ 00; 470 blil., various grades,
city, $3 ".ViS 50.
Choice liny Is in light supply, Coin,
mon Is plenty and very dull. The only
sale reported was that of I ear choice
mixed, J12 00.
This market U a'so very dull. Then
Is no business whatever In ing trans
acted, but when there dH-. any aelivly
spring up. the market will he In good
condition lor shipper--, n it i now en
tirely hare. N'o sales were reported,
There, would In. considerable activity in
this market, it there was any stock hi r to
work on. As It is. the receipts have been
exceedingly liitht. and there is vety litile
here to go on. Choice heavy old oafs are
in good demand. We not.- the sale ot l
car Southern Illinois in sack, -J-.
This market is very quiet. There Is a
good supply of city meal. Country is iu
limited supply, and held at 2 23." while
city Is held at $2 V-i 2 3.3.
We note the sale of $300 sacks, ot-fOe
per sack. This market is well supplied
and dull a usual.
This market is supplied with an Sibun
dunce of common slock. There Is no
sale for it. hoiv t nk is sean-e and in
good demand. We note the sale of S
packages, choice .Southern Illinois, 2ir
25c; 3 packages old Northern. 15e; 10
tubs Northern. 22c; 3 tubs choice North-
em, 2.ic; 3 pails, choice Northern, 25e.
Eggs are In fair supply. The demand
is moderately good. We note the sale of
300 dozen, 14c ; 4'W dozen. 1.3c
There is a very good demand lor both
old hens and young chickens. The snn
tly Is light. We note the sale of fi dozen
old hens, $3 00; 11 dozen large chickens,
$2 2.V2 50; 1 coop mixed chicken",
$2 50; 5 coops, young, $2 2.Vr;2 50.
This market is abundantly supplied,
with a light demand. The sales reported
were 2.3 bbls., medium, $2 00; 5 bbls.,
choice, $2 50; 50 bbls,, choice red. $2 25
We quote salt iu car load lots, 5 1 50;
less than car loud lots, $1 7.3. Wc note
the sale of I SO bbls., $1 Oog.l 70.
Wab Dbpahtvmt, Kivich Hspot, )
Oct. i. ItCii. (
I A nova
STATION. LOW WATER. CIIANOK.
FT, IN. IT. IN.
Cum 21 : )ll
I'ltlaliurK... .' 4 i)
Cincinnati 1 'J 1 1
LouUrillu 7 !i ii
Nashville 'J t i
St. Loin II l ii
K.vanHville r. II
Meniphin M C s :;
icksinirw 21 5 ;i
Sew Orlinus 1 ' 4
Below High water of lsTl.
Sera-ennt, Sisiml Service, i;. H. A.
SIXTIT STREET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Kanufncturea bia own Horse Shoe and
can Aaaure Oood Work.
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Kll: lAI. Mtlil l N.
Mothers cii st'i ui c health fur their chil
dren aii'l rent for llicinhelve by the use of Cu
torn, a perfect nubKtitnte for Castor nil. It U
ali.elnlclj' lwirinli-8. nuil i us I'len-anl Id tuke
honey, r'or Winil-t ullio t ur htnin n il,
worm ur cotn-li u i"n :..r inum - ! . l ,
ir not lit lift in exi-trnee like i'. I - . ..in. ii
is ilt'it'', II If. rln':'i
Caked Breasts, r.i.Ulll Ill-Ill. -r;.
cia, wrlliiign, tinm . i il" j i I.... i' in -bculiln
)hiiuiiou lu;, s. aiei i!' i!.
UlU-.l'lt: uiillli-lll-, IS.. Il, ill ,i
Centuur 1 inline t M:ai i.r ,. i .
iti lor the huiiiuii f.imilj . t e Yulov mm:
is loi Biiavine.l gulled rel luiiu-1 ors-i-ii i. n.l in
lluw To Mitke Htine)'.
We will it..te tint tue mir. st le.t jn
Iieelie-i w to iMiillin uuJ inc ea- '
i- to rail at No. 12 Wa I -ti et s, w i k.
anil coiikult Willi Alex Krtli nglmiu tc .
Tlie irentlerueii, who have mnu lieen
iilentilied witli the history ami all ,ir !
Wall aireet. unuaually skilled iu di nu
tary utf .iri, and in everything an. ertiin ni;
to apeculution, are uu- xeelied lor ibility
and pioticienev. It in a. al-o he i-aid thul
ot the many liroku ra in that city tlit y are
not only the iiiiint poeuiar, tut aUo the
niOKt eucceiihtul, bet iutruiuzed, ami muni
widely kuowu iu or near the vicinity of
Anion the eui-toinera ot the houne of
Alex t'rothiiife'huui & Co , are Home o our
Uatliutr au l reiireaeuutive citizen, who
are mainly Indebted to ihu labor of thin
tirm lor much ol the wealth they now enjoy.
During tlia loun and auci-uaKlul exper-ieui-e
ol Mew. Alex. KrothiiiKhaui ,t f a.,
in thia city they have earned lor theuuclvra
an euvlalilu reputation for honenty, integ
rity itnd faith, and enjoy a businuMi uluiont
colowul in iti proportions, la fact, thu
amount of butiiiiaha done by tliishoure in
the course of a year Is something wonder
ful, aud olteu form tho autijcct of com
ment. It needs but it vi-.lt to their upacioun
ciflcef in Wall atreet to prove the truth of
the above atatciuent.
How they manage to convert f tO to Id,
$2i to tw, into fw, and o on, la a
secret which they alone eau explain ; but
that they auceeed in doinir. so ia a luct too
well kuown to admit of doubt. It you
would aalely aud protitably invent your
money, do nut heailalo to favor tbia tirm
with your cah aud contldence. That by so
doing you will reap an abuudant reward,
Ihe experience ot thou-anda ot our hear
cltUeiu allckt. The ueckity of taking
s-u-li a courae In theae lime of tottering
bank aud duanclal atriugcucy uuit be up
parent to the mot iuddfureut aud careku
Mear AUx. Frotliionham & Co., are
prepared to invent money to any au-onol ia
the beat nc-urlUc, aud ia every lraoac
tlon in which they may be euaed KUkr
antee entire satiktaclioo to tho who honor
tbein with their put'ouane.
UTSeud for their Kxplaoatory t'ireular
and Weekly Heporta, wlUh thy wail tree
to all who J aire tbem-'nw A'. Y. JiV
ropuia, Ar'i 10 JK7U. 7-lH-eod'tiu
Thursday. Oct. 5
a. j" ri . mm
ROTHSCHILD & COS
.Mium! MsusBit! Cainu!
Tlio;ic..t I.KVI.VIHI.VS i;siVKtt:4. Living
J-.xponitKin a drum! hnliUnin.ii .f h!1
the VVomler of the
EARTIT, SEA AND ATI?.
The Grand Hippodrome Entree
In a fittinir prrlinle to the mast Urilliunt, A rt i.-t ie,
i.iu.vliil ami luleiiieit KiiieStriaii. iiMicin-.lic,
Arohalie(.lnrliii)r. t.'oinie and Ahimmhk Mn
ley ot I'.utertuiiiiiieiitd tvi r jjlviu under i'uwl
ioan. An Inniirnerable TicM Aviiu v of (;urj,'eou.-ly
t'lnn aiil ami I niiKULi.'i -t in'reit ltii-.l.i. A ml
ony of .Minister Baboons, Acting Ape am) .Mim
A ROYAL KING
Constitutng a lYerles Com tutintion ot
Great ARENAS beyond Censur
ir nvi) I'EUFdKM VM I s D.M1.V. Jioois
ipen at 1 .Hi. I p. 111,
Ailinii.6ioii .11 Cent.
Children, under a year J Cent
lw.i.l, KelKct uinl Heme lulier th-j
cobs w m smt nmm m
Mrs. C. McLean,
VI. MtiJK Kloek .f Millim vy an.l funey
lino. U. A liroi-cluri Millinery Mure in
licorr. r; P
liutk' r. ..i .i. .ii
Ull.ll , ! e l.l.l 1 ll ,t
Ol rVi t ll.ll.Jt li".i' Ui t. I. i.. .
I me la IV. unip'e r. in- n.i
eir- on uiuiiim! tlor 1..1
I y til n... Hii- i.lKHl t ."
Ihe I1..I1I il.. . i.l .-I. ,n. i
t- II!-! I
MorlK.ij,. , s...
W'llKRfc; AS, Ji.hn It MnllU, ..Mi lii.elu, u
I'll il I ib Ins Wile, by ttin n 1 1... i. t n.
Kuce, ii. ate-l nt.il ifel'eieii ( I.r in .'ein . . .
(in Ihe i-ii ilJ i.f A...l. A i . tiMi, i ..
Hie pin )')- of kecutiun a, iila j .u,ir .
lime llieiiiii Inenl luue. ill. I v li IN m -
liilioil Ilia AiHuWlIlK JmllUil fitIIMe-.
Will lllIIII.IVHt. I'll, -llM.l 1. 1' l,.t 1,1,11,1,. I,,
two (J). in L'oek miliilieied ihr.e ( ), in u.e
t il v o t a pi, I ilinm, ; un.l herea iu f.iiilt Iih
Iii inaile in tli pavilieat ul 4ii Bote; nt.w.
Ilien lure, in .nr.-nm.ee ol' Ihe mill. . l it v eon
hriiit l.y aal.l Hale luoiigaKP I will ril Hie
uli..eien iiUil .i, mi,,-, ;,t pnlilie lemliie, o
Ihe hiKhe.it Imtdei-. H'l eu!i lu humt at the iluor
of ilu-eoiirt li.nie, in mro, Illinois, uu i-atur-iliiy,
ii. ..lier A. t , ut (lie boiir 01 2
o'l lo. l,, i.iu , ul oaidilay, ael mile lu lie with
out rtittiiipi ma
Al.r KKIi n SiVFH;l",IorU'atcee
JjKyj"N Atill.liritT, Alton,.
TO nritltf lluiller.
I'liinowtU will le rueived until MomUy, Vnd
Oi-tulH-r. ul lUu'iloek, a m., lor ihe l.nil.Un- of
oue hii.ljj.' arro.4 l.nwriiue k. two nilie
north of 1 heliey, one tiuiitlreil and eiht leet
loiiK one limine a.'i'o Sundy clerk, ou II. e
Cairo and J.ine.Uirv roail, uiaeiy-lwo fil loua ;
aini one liridKt- ai-ro I ou r' t ie, k.on Ihe Cairo
aud Joiuslioro matt, kiAty hetlonif, then uuiy
reerv in tht riKhl to ri-jtvl iy or all liU.
ltid will lie cou.iU'ivl lor uny or all lridr,
rui ilan ami aiiet-iiicutioii -I'l'ly to
'I HU. W t ouuiy Com'r..
al Halliday Itroa.' olhee.
Cairo, Sept. II, i.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
a.. w.mrATT cro..
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Balletia BoJlOinr, Cor. Twelfth SUe
&4 Waatuavtoa A veaue,
f oualr aal Uilrwa.VVurk a (wiellv