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J. 0. LYNCiTS
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lotg,
xehange for St. Louis projrty.
- A line rcidcn on corner Hnthrook
(iwh ami Twenty-third street, at a
I Ik' wiifh halt of flic "Pilot." house il
- rtlal lilt rllll ill VVilltr-' l.lm
- Good two story Link .tillable tor
Ole Slid office on I 'omiliert Inl atemir.
ttwteit Fleventh and Twelfth.
-Brick dwelling corner Nim tc i.ili !
mkI Tophtr street..
Saloon anil tl x I tir-. .iuihwc-t i run- i
i highreeiith street uikI i 'imiu!t( ial
tieitue, at a tHf tin.
'clltiijf house m 'ri' Mietf, wt
Two busine holds on l.eee street,
above Lihtli, i20 ni h.
fwre room on ( '011111,1 rri.il attune,
it to Waverly hotel, tl".
- Two tnty houe 011 ' oiiniii ii av-
ime. Two tenement mt thi tor -hop
Store room, -niner Twentieth : 1 1 i -1
I'oplar, f n.
I'p stair ol lion ti ''0111mnvi.il av
trine, near Itoh -(net. Suitable for
Tenements numbered . J ami 10
Winter's Bow, 5 rooms cm It fur $10
r month. In flrst-cUs order.
Orphan A-yluin building and pr nni
e. Bent low, to a gitod ten int.
Store room, corner Twe ntieth and
Washington avenue, f 12 a iiionth.
Koertii In various pail ot therltj.
Land, In trai't to cult, in ar I'airn.
I be -lron Trail.
A 'i'.v akotch i"'rlptiv? t.f si tti
over t?i? Atfhinion, Topeki ntnl Santa
Fo railroad, the Ixftutic. r. rr and
ileanire n orta of the Hot ly Mountain-,
hy "Xym ' rinkle," tho inimical and
tln.matio critic of tin N'mv Vrk H'wW,
mmiI free on upplication, towethtr "Aith
the San Juan U-iilt, urni wA time
tal)l: ol thii new and popular route
from Kana City and At:hinon to
I'm bio, iHnvcr and all ioirit in Oil
orado. New Meil.w, Arizona and the San
Fuan Mine. T1i? tlnat line of I'ullinan
?leep'r on the; cotitinctit ltetwccn lite
MiaMitirl river and the Uoely Mountain
without change. Secial round trip
touruM tit keta trotu tlu Miouri river
to Denver at $.V), gx to ftop oil at till
T. .. Anm ftM.,
General ra.-t njer Ajrent,
atrial tea ! ket Hlor
Mr. C McLean, our popular Milliner,
ban nnioveil from her old Ktand on
Kijrhth treet, to Winter's Block, corner
ol Seventh atreet and Commercial avc-inu-.
With a Urft atore and increased
faeilitiei. She I now reccivinir new
U'kxIh from the ditl'ercnt trade centers,
keeping a much larger and more varied
tock on hand than formerly. Huying
Kooda in larger (juatititicg, ehe can aell
at much lower pricea, guaraoteioi; tatia
faction in every insUuce, both as to her
work and the qualitr of Kodi.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at thcplauters' barber
parlor. The beat of icrfunicrie and
hair touka always kept ou hand. The
bath room connected with this establish
ment i the only one in the city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer. tt
single cord 3 M
Five 2ord lots - 3 2
COaL 1'A.HA DISK AND BIO .VCDUY S
Single too $! SO
Three 3 25
Five " 3 00
Orders for stove wood will be promptly
tilled. A choice lot of kindling on hand
hy C. W. WlIr.kl.KR Si Co.
matrlrl School Elertlota Xollee.
Notice is hereby given, that on Satur
day, the Seventh of October, uext, at the
school house, on Eleventh street, district
No. 1, in township No. 17, range; 1 west,
Alexander county, Illiitoi, ait election
will be held for one member of board of
education to fill vacancy for said district.
Which olectioti will be opened at b n
o'clock, a. in., and will continue open
until four o'clock, p. tu.t of the same day
By order of County Superintendent o
1'ublic School. 1'HOCbK A. Ta i.mi.
Dated Cairo, Sept. 27, IH.
Karoiieaiu Hotel and Ileal AHrul
limy Uooralero Woatetl.
Tbe European hotel and restaurant,
near the corner ot Sixth street and Com
mercial avenue, will open. October 1st,
1CC. Terms, It W) per week. Thi is
au cxcelleut plaee for families to get oys
ter, which will 'xs served iu any alyle
tlealred, together with all other choice
edibles the market affords. Boarding on
lite Eurojtean plan. Three tickets for $1
Cllvc me a call. For board and lodgtng
inquire on the premise?.
--jvaw" miu. u. WALK I U, ITtipr.
We w III deliver our beat lump coal ou.
C. and V. B. U. traek ia Cairo at $M per
car load of
This coal hut no hci ebiok for grates
and household uses generally.
Address all orders lor'ooal lo
Jam is A. Viai.l X Co.,
Hi say Slack, Agent at Cairo.
A. O. H.
Ucnieinber Uie Aur-leut Order of Ili
Ixtnilans' ball to take place at Schcc U
hall on the evening of October 23d.
Neither time nor money will be spared
( to make it a success, and a pleasant occa
sion tor all who wish to participate In tbe
We are authorited to announce JOHN If.
ItolilNsoN a Candida e for MiT.ffof Alex
ander rouutT. at the coining county election.
We are anthomH toannouncel'KTEIt S At'P,
for aii lnleuMtient ritnithlatr lor Midriff of Al-
! ein.lr count;-, at the en'tuns count? elntion.
I alAlbs AliOHNKV.
i 1-biik.R B. lltii' - lla annoum i
-in a c,n.lidate f ft It i.itirr 01 itn4 All. .11 ey
; I' 1 In .t ier 1 ''iii.lv m It No.ettitier eler
1 Hub W . Uutn.
W Kir .ultli.td III ai.tl"Uuk liF'l W.
kit Mirtli. k. .IK , at a ..nil. Ill' at II. r -leilibt-r
r. I.. i Stair. Aitwn.ey iui Al.i-aiul-t
t lltl III 1 1. 1. Ilk .
We are suluorisd In announce Vtll.llAM
W M l lit til KS a itii.ll.Ute for 1 ir uit
Irrk ol' Aln.1tr i h at itit i ..luii. coiinl)
! n n
W a'e auiliorif 1 t.i aniioiiii.e VH
ll AI(M.Va n catnliilair lor lUr i-llire i.l (il
'Hil rlerk o A IfXati'Ui-i-.iii'.l V :t Hit iinuri
i'"Uiily tin ti.in.
M e :irr a ilhorie I to atinoiiti.'e .IiMIN A.
Kl f.W at rjll'li'lM' lor the ofll.'r ot iiriiil
link ai I lie NotMiilirr elt'llon.
Vt arcamtiori'il to annuo n e W. Y . I' 1 1 a I. IS
j n rm'tl'tale for the oftlfe ol I Ir. w.t wiv
exuti.lrr roiiuiv at the nvemtr eteennn.
I MR UiI'M V l MMI.l('iN It.
W e are atith'H ie'l aiinoiin Mailin I'.roH
of 'I he'e. a a fin'lt.ljlf lor miii y ...iiiiiun
M.mr'f li oi'li r ioiiiiI;. ul I In- fn-ulii i" iiofv
AT VI ON 1ilK.K, NO. r,J
Kliifh' ol r.vfl,;n, n.efeerj- Kri
.tav iiikM at tijlt-(iat Mvm, inleH-
reiirA' Hall Jloit,
hawllor Comiiiaii.ii r.
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M lnwrf. iimtt fVt-ry Iburi.lar biKht
m kt ta f-aLt eeteii, in tl.nr t all on
,.,ii nii't. ul aMii.r lK-lre!ii nixthantl Si-vinth
f t N . A. Ithioiti: N
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, iti it l.l r. lill on the DMt at.n wnro,
iiiat in nerjr lli'irith, at haU-(Mt aeven
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ulnr txliiinunut.tioii in ata-
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Kta.-t.tli atne-t, nil the ii'l an't I
iiitli Mon.la. . ea It luoiith- '
HATT.N OF AOV RllHI .Mi.
IJ"AII hilla fur a.tvertiamr, are iloe ami !y
ahle I t ADVA5T. t
Iraniirnt vivtrtiaing will I inaerte.1 at ttia
rale of tl hi r iiare for the first insertion
aol ix-nU for earh ol,-eiii iit one A lilier-vl
diwount will he ma le on stan.lmx an.l l
l or innertiur l uneral tiotice 'i Notii-eot
ruetiuK of aoctelieirt or eteret onli-rs Viernta for
CU.irrb, .Sot icty, t'etital n l npjier Dotii-e
will only be luaerleti as alverttai'ntent
No kilvertiaenient will be rerivet at le than
y tntt. an'l no anvertiinteut will 1 ioMrttl
for teeathun three ilollar l-rmomh
Loca.1 Bualneaa No ticca, of
tan Usm or mora, Inaertd
la the Bulletin aa follow :
CommenooCoantlnc at ten Llnaa.
One inaertion per lino. 3 Cents
Two lnaortiona per lino 7 Cental
Threo Inoortiona per lino 10 Cento
Six Inaortiona per lino -.16 Cento
Two woeka per lino 26 Cento
On month por line. ... ..35 Cento
No Redaction will be made in abor
TTEMJAY. OCTOBEH 10. lsTO.
I.oeatl Woollaor HoporT.
Caiao. III., O t '', IrT.
N I i.
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Berga-ant. Signal KrTlce. I'. S. A.
Uoilag-o for Bent,
Situated on Tenth gtreet, between Wal
nut and Washington, No. 30. Possession
given tlrt of October.
E. A. Bi n v it l .
Caboose and oaloitn.
It. J. Cundifl has just received one car
load of northern cabbage and one car
load northern onion. For sale cheap at
No. 17 Eighth street. 7-rtr.
l or Rent.
Three new cottages ot four rooms
each, corner Twenty-ninth street and
Commercial avenue. Rent, .!. Good
cisterns on premte.
10-7-tr M. J. Howti v.
The best violin, guitar and bass etrings
iu the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of E. & W, Buder,
corner ol Eighth street and Washington
avenue. The v make pianos and organs
a speciality. i-10-tf
J. iirvrga Melnlioute.
on Liguiu street, two doors irom Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
lasbionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. I.a
Uiea' und childrcns' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their home.
I. llielbron has just arrived from St.
Eo.uis w ith a line stock ot Dry Goods
and Clothing, boots and shoe, huts
cap, etc., which he vil I sell at astonlh
lngly low prices. Give him a call, and
convince yourself ot the truth of this
state incut. Ilia goods are all fresh.
Alexander t'ouuly Bauk.
Statement of the condition of the Alex
ander county bank of Cairo, III., at the
cloe ol business, October -M, lSTti.
Loans and discounts :5'J,7o."i OS
Due from other banks 'J. bud 50
Outilt and furniture O.faal 00
Cash ou hand 12.7! 03
Exiien ; 3.4S5 H
i i.t mi 1 1 iks.
Capital kttM k paid In
... .v.i.e.u 'jo
... n,:uio w
Total $SJ,f71 05
The above atatement is correct,
F. Bkoss, Fresldent.
II. Wki i s, Casldcr.
Suhscribeel and sworn to he-
sr.Ai fore me this 4th day of October,
1870. W itness tuy hand and of-
At FRcn Comixos, Notary Pub.
To lite l.aitlea.
1M not lail to ho what wc arc nlmwiiiit
In tits, collar., ribbon, law, liutiJkcr
thlifs, He. Ot
Hon. I). T. I.incyar will address the
Iconic to-niuht at the court house. All
Dttnocrutic orjfanition uro rtqucstcd
to attend In uniform. Everybody arc In
( itttie atntl Kalial) titralea
Ihnt ve mean at wht we iay when
we tell you that we n nihke it dei Idi diy
to our advantage ! buy out lull and
winter ilt) ooi,: fiom Siewutt X
'i'he biline?'4 of the Krpiitahi'! Lift
liiiiraii(.c Comnny tor Mx month"; end
ing July I, iiecfirdtn to the Ma-aaehu-sett
c'iintniinner. report, w.i larger
than thatof the fourrildfiit laa liuett
. IIUli I niloraeniertl .
hJaine, the latuily -.ilrimr.l oil, loan
ii fat lured by Warden A iixnard, Pitt
bury. 1 Vitii.. wn awarded fir't premium
at tin- Ci ntemiial exhihition as the liet
and KaU t tlluiuinntinjr oil. For sale by
l or Rent
A ood vtore room in John Heche's
lnii k '.ull'liii''. on Twentieth street, near
Wathinirton ave.ine. Al-o four good
rooum suitable for dwelling lioii-e in
same building. Kent renonab!e; apily
on Ihe prenii-t s. 10-1 lin
I. lobe ttilnnl
mny of .Vi a
I. lie liiaiimiter l.ttnt
Tl tirk-A tela, kl.ll:,.
The reputation of tlii lirit.t.la.-s coui
pativ h-.i nii hoi Ik-i-ii ctabli-hed
An f dlfiit feature i the tontine"' or
M. J. Ilow u s . Ai'i iit,
'I'biitMl.iy afternoon, 1 o'clock. October
i j, w. lots i. 2. 3. 4, 35. a;, :i 30.
and I", iu blrick iir-t addition. Title
clear and f tinrunu cd. Sale positive, and
term cab. YVixTMt & Stkwajit.
Kemeitiber llie Itoutt Hall.
Our citizens should not forget the
Kougli and Keady Fire Company's ball,
to U: held on the evening of Noveuiltcr
Uth. Nothini; will tend to make the affair
a succcw w ill be rit rmittcd to go undone.
Neither time nor cxiH tie w ill lie j.parcd;
and tliOe who attendmap count on a
general rtod time.
H. H Inler'a Ojaler llepol.
11. Winter has an abundant supply of
f'reeh Baltimore oyter. Ke.vntly Ve
inadvertently aid he had southern oys
tcr, and by dointr o we were comp iled
to get out a peace warrant to keep Win
ter's young clerk from bouncing us. We
now lake that back, and repeat that he
has the flncKt Baltimore oysters 'that
could Ixo raked from the Maryland wa
ter. 'I be I'nnerol of Dot Id Iiuipert.
The funeral ot David Larapert, who
died on Saturday at I o'clock, tooic ptace
yesterday afternoon. The funeral pro
cession was one of the largest Been in this
city lor years, the Odd-Fellow Masons
and other secret orders attending in re
galia. Mr. Lampert was one of the old
est, most honored and respected citizen
ot Cairo, and his loss Is deeply mourned
M. J. McGauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood s Tilla, celebrated
lor the cure of chill, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A cure guar
anteed In all cases, lie employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his drug store. No. 3ns
Commercial avenue, Cairo, III. Trice,
50 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tagn paid. S-10-d.t lm
A number of our city councilmen, in
cluding Alderman Halliday, Bittcnhouse,
Wright and other?, went to Missouri on
Sunday for the purpose of exploring the
region In the neighborhood of the propos
ed new channel for the Mississippi river.
They remained nearly all day, returning
at niisht. "weak and weary." They arc
still of the belief that should the course
of the Mississippi be turned into the
chute at Buffalo Island, our troubles
roin this Source w ill hi at an end.
Mr. William Hughes, mail clerk un
he Illinois Central railroad, received or
ders while hi this city on Friday to re
lleve Mr. Williams, the mail clerk on the
steamer Ked Cloud, running between this
point and Evansville. Has Mr. Williams
been detained in Indiana, for the purpose
of casting a vole lor Ben Harrison to
day': Mr. Hummer, mail clerk on the
steamer Arkansas Belle, has aUohccu re
lieved for the week, and he too, will in
all probability help to make up the four
hundred votes which the post ollicc de
partment hob promised Harrison. Thi is
all right. No one can question the legality
of the tiausaction, but it certainly (hows
great fear ou the part of the Ucpublicans
for the welfare of their candidate in the
contest to-day. They havo become dcsjic-
rate, and will scruple at nothing to win
the day, but notwithstanding the ploU
and devices arraigued against them,
there is every rcasou to believe the Dem
ocrat will roll up an overwhelming ma-
Jority for Blue Jeans William, and that
in November they will agaij vlmw their
strength by coming to the front with a
handsome majority for Tildcn and Hen
'The rank is but the guinea' stamp.
Ihe man' the gowd for u' that," said
Burns, and he apokc truly. But the Soap
that is the best Is stamped on every bar.
"B. T. BiJjbltfi Best Soap."
Mothers, do not let your darling suf
fer with the whooping cough, and
a remedy to near at hand. I' se Dr. Bull's
c.ough syrup, and the little sutlers will
soou find relief, l'rloe, 23 cent.
A CRT 0 Alt).
The EiVkg c of tha Yallow rvr in Btun.
I'eoine Akketl to i tinlrlhnle lo
Tim IuIIimviii letter from u tni inbt r ol
the city council of Brunswick, JJn., wn
received by Mcr. Cro & t o., Hour
dcnlcr of thlt city, yesterday tnornln.
It Is dated IMohcr 4th.
I presume you have hcurd t. the ji-l-low
fever that U prevalilni' hi re now, it
H tlrcadliil. Ihere Novel si. hutiilreit
now ijown with the disease, and over
elhty-llve deatlu have taken plaee to
day. I am one of two of the city father.
a we are i-nlled. who Me at dl up and enir
labor? are heavy. Wc ate in ditre; h ti 1
needing care. Cannot your p"fple hlp
u n lot on a contribution? I have the
only stable here, and nm riinnifit' my
a lock day and niht. We have iix doe
tor from abroii', nnl are in need ol
more. Our doctor arc all down, and
one has died. We have no paper pub
lished here now, and are dependent upon
chnrity. All hninc ha been u-penilcd.
We have only otietlru? tore that is open,
and had to end to New Orleans for a
(lrujf elerk to attend to if. all of nr
clerk Iicin;? down with the fi-ver. f
are in get.. it di-tre and if it i poiblc.
help ii". Believe me. Vours truly,
A. T. I'l'TN AM.
Alderman ;ity ol Brunswick, a.
The totie ul the appeal tell plainly of
t!ie sitfli riiir of the unfortunate people of
the be'cirrcd city, and those of our citi
zen w bo arc abic to eontrilnite to their
wants we dare ay will Iiii'I no inoie
worthy a place than tbi to be-low their
charitii . I.et i vt ryonc aid iu omc way
to alleviate their litre. rontrihutiou
will be reeiived at tin: City National
Bank, or at the eoiiiiiii-.-lon hon-e of
Cro.-.&Cu. Uiio l.evec, and forwarded
with all -pied to the Miller.
From the rewnt fair at Charleston, Mo.,
our home iirti.-t and we do not misapply
this word Mr. William Winter, photo
grapher and portrait painter, brought
lo Cairo ptYini'.tm lor fcoiiie jl the
most delicate and beautiful work in his
line that we have had the pleasure of
looking id in years, and which Is now on
exhibition at bis gallery.
An iuiei ial photograph of Mrs. Henry
Halliday took a first premium ; portrait
in oil, Emerald Davis, a first premium ;
home scene, winter, a child driving two
iroat. a lir-t premium ; photu-painto of
Mrs. Wm. Winter, a 1ir-t premium. Be
sides llu.se are the following photo
graphs that came In tor first premiums:
Mrs. Mathews, Mrs. A. B. Safford, Mr.
Geo. D. Williamson, Dr. Wardner, Joe
Clark, Walter Hyslop, and a mlsi-el
laneous collection of small photographs,
grouped iu laree frames.
The winter scene, while if displays
the bleak snow-clad face of nature,
captivates the eye with a group
ot life simple yet grotesque rep
resenting a child, drawn in a miniature
sleigh, in the .n t of pa-ss.h'.g through a
The photo-palnto of Mrs. Wm. Winter
originally took a first premium in Cin
cinnati, for its high finish mid natural
ness, where it competed with work of
that class from all parts of the country.
These w orks of art must be seen to be
appreciated, and the public nould not
lose an opportunity of examining them.
As a phoiograplier Mr. Winter has but
few equals, and like the immortal Da
guerre, captures shadows with rays of
light and charms them down forever.
In his work as portrait painter we are
astonished at his wonderful proficiency,
having seen pictures on Ivory, dragged
out of dusty corners, that are studies for
the most refined critics in ex
ecution, and owing to the poetic and
classic nature of the themes.
Mr. W inter modestly displayed to us a
few of the mnssiyc medals he has won in
the United States for hi genius as a
I lie flliiinl Hand.
This organization celebrated its first
anniversary at the baud room in the City
National hank building on Friday night.
The National baud, it Is well know n, is
composed of a number ot our most prom
ising young men, who for the past year
have been under the leadership and In
struction of our portly German lrieud,
Professor 1-citburg. During tti' time,
the band has made great proses. It
has filled more engagements than any
other organization iu this part of South
ern Illinois, and has become very popu
lar among our people, f hi Friday night,
alter tin regular meeting of the band, at
which Mr. Tom. I.ovclt was elected pres
ident, Fisbeit Smith, vice president,
George Baker, secretary, and Ed Dezi
ncr, treasurer, the boy had a glorious
re-union on a small scale. Kct'rcshnicnts
were served in abuii lance, and the baud
played several fine pieces between the
addre-ses delivered by the outgoing and
incoming olUccrs. The occasion was one
of merriment and gayety, and was one
that will long be remembered by iho-e
who were present.
It I a I'aet.
Tint Stuart Jt Gholson always have the
bes.t variety and lowest prices in fancy
goods, uotioi.s, hosiery, gloves, trim
tuiugs, tic. fit
John II. OU-rly, Grand Master of Odd
Fellows ot this state, J. Bross past
Grand Master, Mr. Charles Slack und r
M. StrH-ktlcth.alsoa prominent member o, j
the order ot mis ciiy, are in Jackson
ville, attending a meeting of ihe Grand
Lodz ol '.he stab', now In session in that
The t resent I made ot Waiusutta ipiir
lit, and has a genuine Bichardton, No.
2.1no lencn hotoni and curl, and three
ply collar band. It is guaranteed ( be
a terfect titl'ng shirt, and is sold tor
9 25 by the progressive house ol
Hay thoiii A Co. lo-S-Ct
Among the number returning from the
cciiieittilal we llud H e following regis
tered at Ihe St. Chat It : Dr. IXaithory
and family, Louisiana; Mrs. S. Ieiit,
Mr. Wiu. lKnt and O. Warner, Vicks
Stuart A Gholsou keep only the new
est and choicest styles ot prints. R-3t
Item in Hrlef .
Tin Tildeu and Hendricks rifottn
iluh Met last night.
Stuart A. Gholon are ottering great
bargains In bleached and brown cottons.
For sale, a uew top buggy and a set o
new harness. Apply to A. H. tnvi.
Mr. Dan Ilarlnian, who has been in
the east purchasing his stock of winter
gen ul. returned on Saturday.
New goetd avery w. i k ot Sturat A
GlioNoni. fio not lull to x'v theru a
The St. iVrick' Benevolent society
give a grand bill at Seheel" hall, on
the third of ovetnln r.
The theater w ill tie perfumed and made
otherwise pleasant by the SeMen Irwin
Our ladies' underwear, pattern cor
set, glove and hosiery department will
herenfter le under charge ol an able lady
a-itant. -31 Si taut XGiioi.smn.
The Sel len Irwin combination appear
ed nt the athenenm last night, with Lord
Dundreary, to a good audiance. Th?
troupe i a cond one. and should receive
liberal palronage from our theater
Stuart & Gnolson have ltecn rortuiiute
in securing some extraordinary bargans
hi black cashmeres, black alpaca and
biihiantcs, to which they call -pecial at
Thi: seamless nlippcr is a new inven
tion. It is the iiiot popular house shoe
In America wherever it ha liceti intro
duced. Ladies can call and i-ee them.
They arc for sale by the progressive house
et O. Ilaytliorn A- Co. Ii s.t;i
Wc are requested to announce that all
those of our gallant and patriotic yoti.ig
men who desire to become member of
the Tildcn and Hendricks Bon Ton club,
citti do so by sending their names to the
S'cntary to-day, as the club will hold its
regular weekly meeting this evening.
Arrangements have been made with
the Western L iiioti Telcgr.'vpu Company,
by w hich the people of Cairo w ill be ad
vised of the result of the elections iu Ohio
and Indiana, ta-day. The as-sociatc press
report? will be received here to-night.
Headquarters w ill be at Louis Herbert's
restaurant, Ohio levee, where the reports
will be made public as soeui as received.
They will be nubl'islied in to-morrow
morning's Bt t i.tHN. .
Caiho, III, Oct. 0, WO.
Trade opened up this morning In i
manner that promises anotheractivo week
in business circles. The market is, in
nearly all Its branches, about as reported
in the last issue of the Thick Ci niiENT,
with the exception of flour, over which
there has come somwhat of a change.
The river trade continues lair, with no
change iu freight rates to the south.
As we stated in our issue ot Thursday,
nearly all of the loose stocks of flour
that were on the market during the fore
part of last week, were bought up by one
of our large dealers, who anticipated an
advance in prices, and who, it lias come
to pass, was correct in his conjectures.
Wheat having gone up considerably,
there has been an advance of about 25
cents per barrel on flour of all grades.
Tbe stock now In this market is light.
Choice grades are quiet, the lower and
medium grades being in greater demand.
There is a much better feeling in the
hog market, though there is still a big
lot of common on hand that is slow sale.
There Is a fair demand for choice at ad
vanced tigurcrs, from those quoted hist.
There is very little iu the market.
Corn Is still very dull. None has come
iuto market for some time. There is no
demand whatever. Choice heavy oats
arc in lair demand at prices ranging
Irom 3S to 40 cents. For light oat, of
which there is very little inquiry.
Meal and brau remain quiet. City
meal is held at $2 30 at the mills, w hile
that of merchants who have country on
hand are making offerings at $2 15 to $2-
20. Bran is iu good supply, and is sell
iug at higher prices than when lasi
The butter trade is fair, w ith a well sup-
ulied market- Choice bulter is the only
kind wanted, which sells well at all
times. Eggs arc scarce. Tne demand i-
got id. There is a scarcity of good poul
try of all kinds. The market Is over
slocked with common anplc, lor w hich
there is no sale. Choice arc in fair up-
nlv. and selling at Irom 2 25 to J 2 50
iisOur friends should bear iu mind
that the prices here given are Usdy lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is
neeessarv to chanre an advance over
Stock arc liirbt. The demand tor low
and medium goods continues good
Price have advanced 25 cents ou all
urades. The following salts were re
ported: 200 bbls yariou grades, $!(,,
ti 23; 100 bbls various grades, $3 50fi
C 75; 200 bbls various grades, S6; CM)
bbls variouis grades city, JfS 30.
Common hay is plenty and dull
Choke is scarce and iu good demand at
from 12 to S13 it r ton. Wc note the
. tie ot 1 car choice im ved. !f'f2; 1 car
choice timothy, $13.
This market continue extremely dull
There Is very Utile corn hi the mark
No sides were reported.
There is u good demand lor choice
heavy, mixed oats at from 3S to 40c.
The supply I light. The tulii Iiolcd
were two cars Central Illinois In bulk,
32c; 1 car Ceutral Illinois, 32o; 3 cars
Central Illinois in sacks Ueiivcreii, Jte.
This market l quiet. There is a good
supply of city meal at the mills, which
U Ueld at $2 30&3 35 ; country meal is in
fair supply and dull. It U held at $2 13
Q J 20.
Bran is in lair supply and quii.t, Trices
havo advanced. We note the sab; of 800
There is a fair demand for choice but
ter, of which there Is a Mipply about
eeptal to the inqury. Common is plenty
and dull. The sales noted were ::n01b
Southern Illinois, 2cVTf 2:ic ; 150 lit North,
crn, 2tirtlse; 5 packages Southern llli-
noi, 2"c; 2 tub Northern, 25c: I tub,
eholcp Northern, 27e: 1 tub Northern,
There is aear ity of cog, with a goeid
demand. We note the sale of 200 dozen
The demand for choice poultry i very
good. Then- is a very light supply. We
note the sale of 2 dozen mixed chickens,
$'.'; 2 coop mixed. $2 50: 5 dozen young
chicken. ?2 25
The market is overstocked with com
mon apple-. Choice are in fair supply
and sell at prices quoted below : Sales
wpre 10 bbls common 1 75(5;2: 12 hbls
choice large red. $J 2' ft 2 .'.ii; 10 blil mp
dinm, $2fr1 25.
HIDES AND Tl T.S.
Sitr.i.i' Ti M s Green, 75co7l 25; dry,
lurv.fKV.; shearing-, 10rt.2iKr.
Fri.-eB. aver No. 1 ?2 .5":
I ?(.; No. 2 1 ; N'.. .'! No.
Mink No. 1 . 1 ; No. 2 75c; No.
No. I PV. I.'accoon No. 1 7")c
-foe ; No. 3 20c: No. 4 Wc Skunk -I
N.V No. 2'fic; No. 3 30c : No. I
-Gray No. I ?1 ; No. 2 75c : N. 3
red fox No. I ; No. 2 75e.
sum No. 1 1 0c: No. 2 M-: No. 3
Muskrat-Nci. 120c: No. 2 15c; No
. Bear No. I H: No. 2 $7 No. I
$3; No. 41. Wolf Mountain No.
S2 50 ; No. 2 1 75 : No 31: No. I , 5c;
Tralrie Wolf No. I $1 25; No. 2 ."sie.
Wild at 25c. House t V.t hh'. B.i lgcr
CO A j.
We quote Taradise and Ml. Carbon or
track, lump, f3; nut, S2; delivered en
load pe r tun, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75
delivered per single ton. lump, $4 ; nut
$.i 25; Bantu or llarrisburg coal or
traek per load, lump. 27 ; nut. $10 ; de
Uered per ton, 3 50; Tittsburg r
car loads on track. Sf5 50 per ton.
Ftttv rent, at Winter's Gallerv.
Waii liarHTaKiT. Kiva Kke..
Utl. 'J. Is7'i.
LOW WATER. !
It II i II
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j II o '.I
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w 1 I)
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llelow liluh water of 1TI
SiTgeant, Signal Jsnrvii-e. t'.s. A.
tjlenincr .Jutiww Pisk, I'ltdiionh.
Future City and barge, N.
John B. Maude, Memphis. J
T. T. Hillman, Na-hville.
" City of Helena, St. Loui.
John Gilmore, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fi?k, Taducah.
Future City, barge, St. Louis.
John B. Maude, St. Louis.
" T, T. Hillman, Nashville.
" Celina, Nashville.
City Helena, Vickaburg.
Tlie Fisk, having had her cylinder
repaired, come down on her regular trip
yesterday. She had a very fair cargo and
went back full ol passengers.
The John B. Maude, passed up yes
terday moruing from Memphis, and put
oil 200 bale of cotton here, which goes
The Future City and barges pusscd up
from New Orleans for St. Louis.
The City of Helena passed down with a
air trip, and made some additions nere-
Thc gauge last evening showed 13 0-10
feet. The tlci line ni ji luitir wa i'i i--
Ali-ol li t,
n-tiiutaiieoti9 tore l.ir sjphilie
, I.E M'il!.v.-l''.fliicaco.llt.
ONE WEEK ONLY.
lVIouclAy. Oct. o.
THE SELDEN IRWIN
Alo llw popuUr aud Uleult l yomi, tmtr liau
aiil CharucU-r Aclcr
MR. HARRY RAINFORTII,
W howillal'lieartaihexetiiii.'iii eue ol lii.l t
oriiv ihanttter. .upiiorled by a
lirt ia-s coinuiiy t.f
20 Artistes and a Fine Orehcatra
Moii.lit eveuiUi Oil. ''lb 'lH bu piteuud the
w orhl-it;iioiicl t:oiiie'l.v entitled
IHEATEE PEKFUalED EACH IVEMIN0.
AdiliUslon ... ......io
IteselVi t Keats -
li...... i.ia-u at 7 oM.k'L. idiniualiif at
.....i.- t. i.Hna .i,i..r wile ttl llurtmau'a
1,200 PROFIT 01.1100
Mad any day iu Putt U Cnlis. In C','U11N
"your iuau. lu. iu TOC k lKl V
ILklaES, ha. brought a Utwll for I WW W Jj" 'ul
iuvestor. Wcadvia whBand hW luOl ,. I
bAl tLY Hook ith fall talormaliea umljr,.:
Add.e- t.cr. by -g CQ
Banker and Broker, i; u S' . " Y
Mothers can sccura health fir their cUll
'Iran and real for themiwlTts by tha tue' orcaa
tora. a pcrrect labstitute for Castor Oil. . It ia
alttehitciy harmless, and 1 at pleasant to take
a holier, for Wind-Collie . sotn stomach,
wornn orrontiation, tor TOM)- or old, ttter
U nothing ineiiMene lilt If. U It certain. It
it eity. It 1 rhfap.
ei-t, .welling, girains. itltT joint. larn
mill, nisonom Mt. and all fleh, hoae atiJ
liiiMrU-ailment, ran I absolutely cured by the
Centaur liniment. What the While i.iBtmel
I for the human family, th Yellow Liniment
I for spavinr.l yalK-4 and lame liortaa and anl-
rn.M. . ., --'4-l.ltw
' s i. X
Ilow To Make Money.
We will state that tbe uret, bet anil
eedipst way lo multiply and ln.ieas"
1 to call at No. M Wall Street, iN'ew Voik,
sn t ronult with Alex FrotUinp tutu A le,
Thea sentleruen, who have I'intr he en
hlentitieil with tbe hi-tory and ad air of
Wall street, are unusually t.killedin aoene
fary airir, and in everythlntf oppertait'iik
to speculation, are unexcelled for at.tlily
and p:oHi-tptev. It may alto he raid that
ol the many Broker la that, city they are
not only ttio most popular, nt also th
rno-t ni re.dul, best juttroHiiW'l, and moit
ividelv known fn or near 4fte vicinity of
Anion,' lite eusfoMotvot liir hon-e of
Alex I'l'odiin-iiani X Co . are tunic o' our
leading :t u I retire sentalive citi7.euv ulio
ate in tuily indented lo tin: labois e? this
linn lor inn. n ol (be wcaltii they now nujoy.
Iiiiinc' tho Ijiiu' and successtul exAier-ioin-e
ol Mf-rs. Alex, r lolbiiitrhaiii A l o.,
in tins ei'y tUi.y have t -arneil for tlicrcch t s
mi envl.it.le n 'pi.latina tor riOaestyfutcg
rity an 1 l-iitli, alid enjoy :t bu.-iiicss nlntost
colossal ia its H,i.rti.iiis. In fact, Ihe
amount of li'iMiifs done ly this house In
liie coiirru of a. year Is aoutathiiiK vroudcr
ful, anil olten firms the subject of oui
iiicDl. It needs but a vi.it to tbelrspachiua
tiliee in Wall street to prove, the truth of
llie above tstement. -
flow they umna'c to convert tjlO to 20
to o, tit) Into rt0, and so ou, is a
secrot which thoy alono van explata hut
tli it they succeed in (loiter to is a tact too
well known to admit of doubt. It you
would safely and profitably lUVet-t' your
uinney, do not hesitate to favor this tirnj
w ith your cash and confidence. That by so
doitiyou will reap an abundant reward,
tbe experience ol thousands of our bee
citizens attest. The necessity of taking:
such a course Iu these times of totterin
bank and financial stringency must be ap
parent to the most iudilfureut and earths.
Met-rs- Alex. Frothing am A Co., are
prepared to inveit money to any amount In
the hest "H-Mirities, and in every tranr ac
tion In which tliey nixy he en ja ted t;ur
aiitee entire satistactlo'n tothosc whohunor .
them with their patronage.
iTTf'piid for their Kxplanatory Circular
and Weekly Kcports, which they mail free
to all who desire tboni. Item X Y. AV
e....V. Ar!t ( Js7(j. T-lH-eOtMui
K. r. Hunker Hitter Wlae of Iron
ha never been known to fall in the cur of
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
position to exertion, Ins of memory, tliftl
ciili v of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror uf death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakne. dirnuess of vision, languor, uni
versal latitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing ot the holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid eonntenateo and
eruption on tbe face, purifying the blood,
pain in the bm-k, heaviness ot th eyelid,
t'reement black spots flying before tbe eye
with temporary aufllitlon and losa cf sight,
want ol ntteniion, etc. These symptom
all arie from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fail. Thousands are now
enioyinir health who have usod It, take
only E.K. Kunkel's.
rteware of counterfeit and base' imita
tions. As Kunkel's liiner Wftie of Iron ia
i-o well kbon all over the country, elrujr-
gisis tneinseivesmaae an imitation anil try
to sell it off to their custcmers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine or Iron.
Kunkei's Hitter Wine of Iron ia cut un
only in it bottles, aud has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on me outsioe wun. tbe pro
prietor's photograph on tho .wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for ihe pboto-
f raph on ihe outside, and you will aiwaya
ie sure to get tbo genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or six for f 5.
.sold by druggtots and
ALL WUUM KtMOVED AUVK.
V.. F. Kunkel's Worm Syinp never fall
to destroy Tin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only succoaslul physician
who remosta Tape Worm in two hour
uHto, with head, and no faa until removed,
Common sense tea. hea that il Tape AVonu
be removed, all other woruia uan Us feadlly
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Kun
1 kel. No, ) No rtli Ninth street, i'hiladei
pbia, To., or esll on your Urui'gist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel' Worm Svrup,
Trice, (1.00. It never lalfe. - "T
Will, of ourse, wish to see all the sights
coinff'i tably no I cheaply. To Jflii end tbe
CANADA SOL'THF.UN K Y COMPANY
ha, tbroii'U its eouaeotioua iu tne Wt
and Northwest, placed on m!c a tarpe
number of Tot nisrs Kit L Hlo. Tickbts
at '-really redusctl rate, ny w-oicn parse n-cr-can
tioi oniv v i-it tbe Centennial Kx
hibitioti at ThiUrielpala, hut can, in addit
ion, v i-it thi- principal eaUcrucluci .witliau
opportunity ol sinppins at aoy ot Hie prt
nuaiiicr ol tauiriu resul t in New York
and TennstUani. I be CAN ADA S,1' fli
I. UN is t lie only line lr.au tbe west running
directly to Niagara Kalis, xivititf pasaeit
isent, ti otn the train, a won Jedul puiioratnic
slew ot the MIGHTY 'M'IIACT,
IIOKi: slK TALL, the GllKAT
It A 11 1 and lauding tlielii directlv at the
r ails. Tho track ol tins CANADA sOl'l H
KKN is an air line, laid with steti rail ot
the heaviest pulton ; there are no curve
or frradc : wood i u.-ed lor lucl; C oaches
are furnished with the Wiuchell Tat en
eiiitlator. ensune piclci t isdetlotu Iroiu
just, W Hh its complete ytem of niaguif-
cent TAKI.Uli M.tKrIW AMI DIUW
1NG Kt)V CAIts from CHICAGO
DKl Bol I AND Tt LF.DU, and it admir
able conuecuoui at 1 ACJAU A FALLS
AM BUFFALO with r.y9 YOKK
CBNTUAL AND tit IB U.lrteVYS, the
Canada soiitaein is last 1 ctoranu the
y.W OUI ft LINK TO TUK FAST. Hckl
via this popular line tea bo ptwured at al
otUcc ol connecting hues, or at the com
Any iutoiuiation ciii be obUiuod by ad-thcssiuii-
THANK L sNOW.
Oeu'l Tas. and Ticket A-'t. DaraolT.
A GSKT3 WAlfTSfi
aCgV Event at the :
a" a a.sk en v t f a mTf
to mU' tfc New
AMD THK CAMPAIGN OF l7flv
I Just tint buok for tha timet.. iim lull history
of tha Nalioital Capital aud Uovaranjant. bbow
how tha truMtrumeBl It be uatuaged sine tt
. oritaniatiuu. tcxplaius how LUa ara pel
thn.uwh rougiM. Otv lull haMery of taw
Whiaky riaii'la and Helkuap beaadal. Il ai
1 tha livtra of llaTes, Wlwltr, lihleu aJ Ilea
i iliira. Orand elutuet fr AJai. A.l liaea.
I i-t;- J.li 4 II AMHl.lls. su louia.Mo
W'titsita, John It. fhi 11, aiel Itachel J.
! I'lotlis tii. wile. I, Hire Qi.taiu &la luol I -
KKtre, eve. met aud Jelioted u ia imkriu-l
on the Al day o4 AnJ, a- !.. 4a.'n, did, or
Hi piirpoae of eeurtia a cartara fronuaaoty
nole tin ma iiieiitiom J, luortKaae to lit uaitrf -aurned
tha iutloa aa mtmUl tjjruiUea, to
wn : 1 tie utuliTMbf oti hallaaf lutL Butulaneel
two (-1. in IS M'k nuiubers l three f ii.ia iha
City ci cttiro, iiuuoui ana w um-a uruuit l
! Iiren ntad in tha payment of aael aoa i a
ttirotfore, in uuraiuutce or the au thorny eua
1 fc rre.1 by 14 aalo ntstctxaKts 1 will sell lie
alio lUsacrlueil prtrnuafa, at puljte vesslue,
tu highcal biddrr. Hr rasit Vi aaa4. at the door
of lUt eottrt bouae, la I alio, lUtoui. aa aaiui
day. October 2su, A. U. , IrTC. al lb katir wt t
o'clock, p.m .tol'aaid day, aald sale to be with
out retlciupi ion.
ALPatKn b s Arroai. atortn
ui;Ke v uitutnr, ami. j ?s