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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander oounty lanJ, falro .,t,
rmngf for St. I.oifl proprriy.
A An ruMtnct on rorner HulhrooL
nw arnl Twenty -Ihlnl trut, at a
The outh ball f th "I'llot" Loihh at
Ntveml line Mom in Vlnt-t Mink.
- fiMd two story tirkk ruiImMp lor
.lit ant oftloe on Cninniereiul iivftiitp,
"""ntwwn F.Wenlh smiTtnlftli.
Brick dwellinjf corner Mm-fri iiflt
Saloon anil iUtiiire. Houthwi!i :rn
r MijliNfiitli strct-t ;itnl t'nniinerHal
tvi iiiio, at a liarnln.
Dwelling Iirnf nn ;rn liH,t, vi
1 HHliinton arenui'.
Two lnine hoti'm on Ia-vi! trert,
aWve I''liUi, $?)
Store room on Oiiiinieroiul avenue,
jest to Wavsrly hotel, $10.
Two atory hotir on (. onum n hil av-
niie. Two tenement tiil iMp i'r xliops
Store room, rrorwr Twentieth ami
Up Hairs of house on Commercial av-
i nu, uear 10th street. SultsMo for
J welling, $3.
Tenement niitiilxnil 8, 9 anl 10
Winter' Kow, u room ea h for $10
r month. In flrtrda. orOVr.
Orphan Afyluni building and pnnii
e. Itent low, to a good tcmiit.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Room In various rmrtu of the eity.
KOII LKASK Oil SAI.K.
f Jndu, in trael to suit, near Cairo.
Ik IrM Trsll."
A spicy sketch dtworiptlve of a trip
over the Atchinson, Tojeka and Santa
re railroad, the beautiea, wiener r and
j-Ieaure report of the Rocky Mountain,
T "Xytn Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic eritlc of the New York ll'oi Id,
nt free on aiplieation, together with
the San Juan Ciuide, map and time
tables ol this Dew and popular route
from Kanua City and Atchinsou to
Pueblo, Denver and all point iu Col
orado, New Mexico. Arl.ouu and the San
liian Mine. The flneat line of full man
Sleepers on the eontlnent between the
lourl river and the Rocky Mountains
without t-lmnge. 5ptial rounil trip
touriau' tkketa Irom the Mionrl river
to Denver at $M, good to stop rfl at all
point Addren, '
T. J. AvbtftSON,
6url PaJtenger Agent.
tbg iecoid a j0
Five lord lots 3 25
coal riusic na mvdot :
Single ton $3 90
Three 3 25
FiTt " 3 00
Ordure for stove wood will be promptly
rilled. A ctolcMot of kindling on hand
by C. W. WHtnrRCo
W' Uvt this day told to Mr. . C
t'otA the entire lot of moulding tool
-tc. of the pietnre framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak tor turn the lib
erality ot patronage that has been he
ttowed upon 111. His assortment of
moulding is complete, prices beyond
competition and he gu&rentee. f.ititfar.
tlon In ail rases.
Cairo, Oer. 10,
f f Caim Bru ti 1 o.
We will deliver our best lump coal on-
'. and V. K. R. trar-L in airo at no ner
tut load of
This coal ha xo acperior for grate
and household uses generally.
AddreM all orders tor coal to
Jami.s A. Viall & Co.,
Hkvky Slack, Agent at Cairo.
M. J. McGauley Is proprietor and k1c
m inufacturcr of Wood 1'ills, celebrated
tor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fever. A cure gu tr
auteed in all tuieeg. He employ no
agents, and the genuine pills win only
be procured at hi drug More, No. 30S
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
50 ceut per dozen. Sent by mail pos
tage paid. &-10-dilm
A. O. H.
Remember tho Aucieut Order of Hi
heriilan' ball to take place at Sohcx l'
hall on the evening of October 23d.
Neither time nor money will be spared
to mnko it a success, and a pleasant occa
sion lor all who wih to pat tieipate lu the
J. .ur; Stleluhoiiae.
on KlghtU street, two door Irom Alex
ander County Hunk, is the place to get a
lashlonahle hair cut or 11 mnooth have
or anything ehe in the barber line. T.a
1Ih' and ehildrens' hair cut or lreHd.
either at the hop or their )iome,
The x-l violin, guitar and bans airing
in the eity and musical Instruments of all
kind can be obtained of K. A VV. Duder,
mrner ol Kighth street and Washington
avenue. They tnaLc pianoK and organ
a peeftUty. l)-10-tf
A good atorc room in Johu lleesc's
In i.'k building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington avejue. Also four good
room suitable for dwelling house la
tame building. Kent reasonable; apply
on the premise. 10-i-lni
Uo to A. Marx, the hatter and get your
tilk. hati made to order. WKaSt
We kit suthoritad to uaountt JOHN II.
RoBINo.N onli(l' tor tthmffor Alu
anJareuuDtr, at the coming county election.
W rt snthoriird to announce r Et Kit B A CP,
for an lmltprndent csnJulats for Hhrrtffor Al
cikBiln conutv, at the tnauinf cvuntr elw ttnn.
9TAlf ATTORN F.V.
I.kiijs Bm.Bti IMwm antumnc tliht 1
in rnilllatr for th offlc of futea Atturrrr
lor AleiamUr emmtf m th Jorabfr ritiy
ttun VS m ;. Mttltt.
Wa aia ai)tliiilrj ( innoum (.KU. W.
KKNUKtl KS, JK , an a canJMat at Ida u
riupr iwtinn, tor Htaiea Attorns jr for Alai
an l'r county.
!K I'll I.F ItK.
V tf (iiilhori.f J annouoia W II.f.l VM
. M l'IIKK lKKH a a ranill.lata 0r Clrt ml
Clia of Alranlrr pounty nt ilia coinln- fmnty
rlwl Ion .
We are authorir1 t aunonnre JOHN y,
HAItMANan a ranllUn-for lha oflire t,f (if
rnit rlrrk of Alexaivlcr I'onnty at the m-uiti
W'e are authori.el 10 annoiim-e JOHN A.
Itt.KVK ai acanlilate for the oflif-e nt irruit
Wi-rk at the Norruilxr elwtlon.
Wtrareaiittiorizol tonnounr T. F.MTCUKI!
a rnn'IMjie fur the ifli e of Circuit Clerk t
A!exanlet cmuty at tlie Noromlier elaetion.
We are autborizeil to annoimr VIM
( tAtsV. aa aulB'iriien'lerit raiwli'tate fr tin- of
flee nf ( irruii leik of Alextnder ".iimty at Hie
eierttiin NoACtnlier Tib, l"T .
foil Ot NTY .OMMI-SIO.r.lt.
W'e aie aiithoi it-I lo ann'mnre Muitiu llrouu,
if lii-l-f-, una naiiOnlati' tor I 'Hiuiy Coiritiiik
Kinu r o Ait xmi'li r counlv at lli-enuini' r- untv
W'e are authori.el lo anunuuee.lill Hfl(S
Tr if llaxlewoo inecinrt, M raiidiHiite . .r
tin-office of ( ouo'r 1 ommi-Bionrr el Al ti
! r couuly at the Novtmlwi rlcctl'in.
ASCAt.'l.V LOUGK, 0. .'.1
A Ktiintitaot t'tliian, roefnatny r ri-
. ' ... K . . r 1 1 I t t.all ...... II
. Hums' II ill ll'o,
loma, niMia ever
ALKXAMiKIt hOlXit, SO. 1M.
UTO.T ol IWit'lfl.
rery Tburwlay mxbt
.iii. in tbeir hall on
.'titiini'-n-ial atriiiir. tnlwei-u pixtb auJ C'i5itb
r."i X. A. le'JK, S d
r VIUO .SCAMI'1.XT, !. O. O. r., uiU
iuf1l-iVllw' Hall outhe flret ao l loud
im "Inj in rry month, at belf-at aexen
A. OiniM4, C r
ui.li Monday of each month
RA1KN or ADVRBTISII Ml.
KJ"A11 hill for alTertiiina, are due and yty
abla IX ACVAKCB
Tranalent a4rtninK will ba luaerted al the
rale of f I (O r Kjujira for tha flnt Inwrtion
aaJ V uruta for each tubaequent one A liberal
duieount will beeyuade on aundlne: and dld
For Inaertia funeral notb II (w Xotlce ol
rueetlAR of aoeietlea or ttrrrt order V) reuta tt
CbkiirL, Hociety, Fival and Kupfar nolUet
will only be Inaerted a adeerti vukuui
No adrertlaeobt will La rotive4 at lea ttaa
au eaiUa. and no aaTertlatavc nt Will te inserted
for Utetban three dollar per month
lAcal Buelneae Moticaa, cf
Ma usm or more. Inaaxtaa
la the Bulla Ua ay follow :
Ci&B4SLCouaU&ej at ten Lis.
Oca iaaertloa par lla.... .. 8 Otat
T elnrUoaa par line. .. 7 Casta
Tbr laaerUen par Mum. 10 Ceata
BlB taaertioaa per llae. IB cent
Two waeXa par U& 85 Casta
One t&oats per line .86 Cant
II o Seduction w 111 te made la abov
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 15"
I eea.1 Wiattw atepora.
cibo. Ul., o.t. ;o ijcc.
fiAk. : In, I Wuid. Vai. j Wsat
7 a m.
50 SiT 1
:-0 tM 21
itl.lM! ! 61
Snieant. Sjjjcal eervlce. I b. A.
Hata t slate
The iif,et sotf hats In the city at A.
Mar.. 1 U-l 5-f.t
In l.adic' beaver cloaks, knit jackets
and .ladies' eaiinere wrapp4-r. These
good will be aold at 20 per cent. less
than cost, on account of closing out this
1'ne of goodf . Do not fail to call before
they are allgone. Solomon- Pkp.iep.u,
H2 and HI Commercial avenue, fit
C lolblna; Bayer. Al lenllua !
My stock of clothing is this season
twice as large as any stock heretofore
kept. And comprise all the latcet
styles ol St its, Coats, Vests and.Ovt K
t OATS, manufactured honestlj' and out
of tho choicest French, Knglish, German,
and American eolth, and good cassiioet .
All geods marked in plain figures.
!t. A. .NUnx.
Geutlemeu, examine the Cicoiut Voke
shirt, the tct white bhlrt In America,
price f 1 23 at O, Haythorn & Co.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set ot
uew harness. Apply to A. II. InviN.
The Creecnt Voke blurt is the best
shirt now in the market. Every lady
should eec It price 1 23 for sale by
O. Haythorn & Co.
Ladies will never be vexed and troubled
making their husbands' shirts after they
see the Crc&ent. which Is a genuino wain
tutta shirt, with liueu bosom and cuit,
for sale by O. Haythorn A Co. at $1 25.
The scamks slipper is a new Inven
tion. Jt is the uiokt popular bouse choe
In America wherever it lias bceu intro
duced. Ladies ean call and eu them.
They are tor sale by tho progressive bouise
ol O. Haythorn A Co. 10-ti-Gt
"To be er not to be, that's the juc.
tiou." That was the question, indeed,
but uow it Is a quite dittereut 'one, who
ean find power so potent as B. T. Bab
bitt' Best Sap, to turn disease into
health, and the abode ot akkuess Into a
palace of joy and thanksgiving.
For a smooth shave, h neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing tharapoo,
go to F.d. liraxtou, at the planter1 barber
parlor, The. beat of perfumeries and
hair tonic always kept oa hand. The
bath room connected witli thl etabiuih
maut Is the only ouelntke clty.audU
Alwaya kept lo the neatest order, ready
for tbt coQTCBknc of cuifomeri . 1 1
Jl CAIKoLOlHiE. SO.vn.A.T. 4 A. M.
II11M regular conimuiiicationi in Ma
aonic Hull, corner Commercial avenue
xaud LiKhtb alruet. on Uie awcond and
Let every voterln the
'city register to day.
4 m 11 p ' ' I
Dee le If.
Let every voter, especially every Ieni
ocratlc voter, ee to It that lilt name is
properly registered. The poll honk will
be opened to-dav.
Regular conuentlon ot Cairo 1 hapter,
No. 71, Uoynl Arch ila3on, to Im held at
the Masonic hall Tuesday evening, Or to
iler 17, ls7C, to U the annual eleetlon of
offWrs. C. Haxxy sce'v
tireen Jl. lldum U advertised to make a
Kuliral Sfr?,eeh nt Metronolis on Satur.
day, and .Mr. .lohn H. Otierly, who
has been invited by the IVcmocraU of that
place,will probably reply to hi srieeeh In
At Fulton, KentiK ky, Monday lfith inst.,
at 1 o'clock, p.m.. Willie, youngest child
of A. A. and .tennie Havnes. The
funeral will take place to-morrow, Wed
nesday ltl. inst., Jrom the resident ot
John I). Holmes, on F.ighteeuth street,
at I:.tU p.m. VrietnU ottne (amir? In
vited to attend.
nr. Oherlj 4H-l4iiiille fleerh.
The Jacksouvt'.le correspondent of the
ft. Louis yVi-i'i, in a li.patch dated
.fackeonville Mth. pays Mr. Obeilv the
following ihttteriiig comidlment :
Ihc iK-mocracy had a grnd glorilica
lion here this .-.ttrniuon, with the firing
of caution and vhuutiug ol the multitude.
Hon. .1.11. Oberly made the mo-.t mas
terly speech ever delivered in this city,
and enchained hi audiancc lor three
hours. The cause of Tllden and Kefonn
is jaining rapidly.
He that Tu are Uesiatered.
oters should bear in ruiud that the
judges of election will sit to-day, (or the
prrposvot regislering the names of all
person 1 entitled to vole wboee names
may not apjicar on the poll books of the
lan election. In uoilh Cairo precinct
the judges wi Jl act iu the county court
room in the court. In south Cairo pre
cinct the place to register will be at the
Rough and Keady lire engine house. See
to it that every voter's name is on the
Let every voter in the
city register to-day.
For several days poet Deputies John
rfheehan and John Cain have been mak
ing the rounds ol this city, with two
mules and a wagon, confiscating property
from delinquent personal tax-payers. Oo
several occasions, delinquents have as
sumed a warlike attitude when Informed
by the officers of their buslLess. On Sat
imley a daughter of Erin became to en
raged that she seized a large water
pitcher and knocked Cain clear out of
time with it. Sheriff Irvio is straljhten
isft op hi affairs, aa a servant of tho po.
pie, and is determined to collect the taxes
due the county.
Before the Clnclanatti and ilemphi
packet Vint Sblnkle left Memphis on
Friday two gentlemen boarded the
steamer and one engaged passage for the
other, to Louisville. The passenger gave
bis name as A. . Eshlcman, and regis
tered for Louisville. He remarked upon
being assigned to his state room that be
wot not very well, but he would be all
right in a day or two. Instead of improve
ing. however. Mr. Eshleman kept getting
worse day by day, and on Sunday morn
ing he died. The officers of the boat pro
cured the services of a physician at one of
the way ports, but he could not save him.
A card was found in one of the FO'kets
f the deceased's clothes, with thelnscrip
t'on"B. II. Eshleman, Druggist, Van
d ilia, Illinois, ''who is supposed to be hi
lather. The remains were left here by
the boat until something n regard to hi
home and relatives can lie learned. He
has. It If. aid a brother living at Villa
Ridge who has ben sent tor. and will be
Item In Brief.
The Odd Fellows of this city will give
a sociable nt their lodge rhortlr.
Thare Is a life scholarship worth t1.00
in the Mound City Commercial College
of fat. Louis, lor sale nt a dicouut at the
HiLtETtx ollice. tt
Generals Logan aud A inlet -on are
among those who will orate at the sol
diers' re-union to be held at Harrishurg to
morrow. Judge Uird returned from Harrsburg
on Sunday, alter delivering a Republican
speech there on Saturday. He was in his
police court yeterdav, but no vietims
A number of heavy cauuou. formerly
in the Mouud City navy yard, have been
shipped to Harrisburg, w here they w lit
be used on the occasion of the soldier' re
union to be held there to-morrow.
Cairo's big barbecue and mass meeliug
is to come oft" one week from Thursday.
Such another time as us Democrats aud
Reformers will have ou that occasion, no
one ever did or ever will see again.
When you go to Paducah, stop at the
Richlaud House, proprietoted by Delow
A Reed. Everything in couhccUoq with
the institution is conducted in the high
est style of elegance, aud all at moderate
The imyiesMOU having spread that the
soldiers' re union to be held at HarrUburg
to-morrow, was gotteu up for political
purposes, several members of each ot
the various regiments to be represented
have published card denylog the report
and urging that It will be a social re-un-ton
of tha soldiers of Southern Illinois,
without regard to politic or religion.
Register to day.
What U home without a baby t Many
children tart eoufha and colds just cow,
and ahould have the greotait care, and a
bottle of Dr. Ball'! cotigt tyrop.
' , t . ,: '.. . ' ; . i ' Vii i ;
: rwswfc"ir4 Dartle O).
Ths) Democrat of the Fourth ward are
wake to the necesUi4 0f the hour, aud
on 8atardy evening effected the oriraul
tlon of a Tllden and Hendricks' club, ot
which the followln named gentlemen
are the officers :
President, Uldiard Fitzgerald ;
Vice-President, .1. C. La Hue ;
Secretary, M. B. Harrell ;
Treasurer, .las. It. Me.tcall ;
Executive Committee, Dli hard Walsh,
M. K. Power', Ben. V. MfQw.:
Captain. Fred. S. Smltn ;
First Lieuu nant, B. V. Rohhint ;
Second Lieutenant, L. I. Thorns.
The following named gentlemen en
rolled themselves a members of the
Jan It Metealt n Park
W W Woolen M F Wooten
RobtJone Invld Harry
Augustus William Geo R Rarnv
M K Powers
J 110 Smith
A McTigue jr
Robt V Caftei:
i; V Mctipo
J no IJrcc.11
J as Clarke
H C Wiley
M J! Harrell
HF Wi) bourn
Fred h Siniih
Wm Sen 11 v
s n wii-ut'i
It La Hue.
Patrii k Magix r
Pat II Sweeny
Jaa A Ft v
Hi. h F Power
.las G reel icy
Jno O Donti'il
F J U heeler '
J P Allen
The parlies aliote. named and all othi i
who may desire t become lucmbcr- ol
the club, arc i peijally rcquc'lcd to meet
at the court lou."C thU evening at seven
o'clock, lo perfect the organization of
the club, aud to arrange tor a participa
tion in the grand letuoustration thai is
to come ft 011 theoccatiou of our free
bartce.ue. M. B. II Annul . See'r.
Mrs. Dr. Casey, of Mouud Cllr, i- at
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
Judge Bros, F. !. Stocktkitu, Charles
K. Slack aud other prominent Odd Fel
lows of this city, who attended the meet
ing of the grand lode of the state, held
at Jacksonville, have returned.
The Hon. Williau Hartzcll is iu the
city. He arrived by the steamer Red
Cloud, yesterday morning. He has just
returned from a speech making trip
though Pope county, nnd will leave Cairo
thislmorniog. He is confident ot bing
The Hon. Dou.. Morrison left this city
lor Jonesboro yesterday morning, where
he made a speech yesterday afternoon.
Major J. B. Iennls, of Cape Girardeau,
was at the St. Charles yesterday, Major
Dennis Is one of the most prominent and
successful lawyers in his country, and
we are Informed is tbl&klog seriously of
coming to Cairo to enter upon the prac
tice ot hi profession.
F. C. Goodalle, Austin, Texan ; Mor
ton Kaloo, Indianapolis ; S. II. Chamb
ers. Louisville ; Joeeph Nash. Mempbi ;
J. P. Miller, Frost, Tenn., were among
the arrival at the St. Charles yeMerday.
Mr. U. Chonee, of the firm of Monks
ACo., liquor dealers, St. Louis, was
among the arrivals at the St. Charles
Isadore McCormick, of New York, and
M. G. Ogborn, of Jlncinnotl, were regis
tered at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. J. ;L. Bradford, a noted law
yer ot New Orleans, accompanied by his
wife, were at the St. Charles yesterday.
They are a newly wedded couple, and are
on their wedding tour.
Register to day.
Attempt! M Birder
From parties who arrived In the city
yesterday from Jonesboro, we learn that
Mr. J. G. Sublett, Democratic candidate
fvr sherlir of Fnioii county, was way-laid
on the publ ie road on Saturday night and
so dangerously hurt es to render bis re
covery extremely doubttnl. Mr. Sublett
was out electioneering, nnd left Dongola
tor his borne in Anna at a late hour in the
evening. When within about seven miles
of Anna he was set upon by three or
four unknown parties, nnd In the strug
gle that ensued received Ff vera! terrible
cuts in his throat and about the head.
Indeed, it was said hi throat was cut
from ear to car. 1 Ie was otherwise Imdly
hurt, and w hen found the nexl morning
was lying by the roadside with hi over
coat for a bed. Mr. Sublett waa removed
to his home In A una, a:id at last accounts
was In a critical condition. Ho says he
is confident the men who assaulted him
were a gang of tramps.
for t'oBBty i;rninlaeluncr.
In another coluum in this issue of the
Bint UN will be found the announce
ment of Mr. Johu Ilurstou ut Hazlewood
precinct, us a candidate jor llicofikc of
County Commissioner. Mr. Ilurstou is
an old citizen of this county and known
to alruoel every tuau witbiu its limits.
He says he uevcr before In his long resi
dence in this county asked lor or bceu a
candidate for uny ollice, and recks office
now ouly because he believes he tan do
good tor the eople tbould bo be clccttd.
He says bis sccliou of the county bos Dot
been represented lu the county board for
sever;' I years, aud Le believes it but
simple justice that some luau from that
quarter should be elected, and he would
like to be that until.
The Odd Fellows sxiabk is lieaby
poet(Huud until further uotice, ou the
account of the death of our late Brothers
Lamport and Hutchinson. By order ot
the committee of Arrangemeuti.
ur te MTt)tt l-e)7.
'J he judges ot the ekctlou will be iu
session to-day for the purpose of regis
taring the names of all persons entitled
to vote. See to It that your nam Is on
t tTSw L4, 4
The Broadway and Filth avenue at A,
Est. . , , . . ... vviw
WE WANT YOUR PATRON
AGE. We will receive on Monday
morning a splendid line of Win
ter Dry Goods, and not having
bought too early In the season,
can offer them at ten per cent,
less than could be done thirty
days ago. We never buy
goods until they are wanted.
This Is the secret of success,
and customers will find our
stock always new, and our
prices the lowest. Our
system of uniform low Drices
and no "baits," gives our ous-
tomers confidence in us. We
buy our goods low enough to
sell at prices that others can
not possibly under sell, us.
Every department is now full.
As economy is an object these
hard times, you will best serve
your interest by giving us your
patronage. We are ofTorina
great bargains in flannels, cassl
meres, jeans, ladies , gents and
childrens, underwear, hosiery,
gloves, etc. An Inspection of
our stock Is earnestly solicited.
Stuart & Gholson.
ttKo, III., 1. lh, j7h.
F.iisiucej continued very fair through
the Utter part of last week, but yesterday
morning opened up rather quietly. The
weather on Saturday was cloudy and
cold, aud a light raiu fell during the
altci nooi. It is agaiu clear and pleasant,
with prospects of fair weather for some
time to come. The rivers are falling
fclowly. Boats are making low trips, I
owiug to the dense fogs of ihe cool mu n-!
ing. Bates to the south aru uu changed. 1
River business Is In keeping with Hie
trade ot the city.
The flour trade baa assumed m very
quiet position. Our speculative mer
chants are still holding ou to their
stocks, waiting for higher price. The;
receipts of merchants for the past week
have been light, aud still the supply,
with the exception of stocks brought on
speculation Is light. Low and medium
grades are very scarce.
Choice hay Is scarce and In demand at
12, while fancy will go a dollar better.
Of common hay there is an abundance,
with no buyers.
Cora is in good supply and very quiet.
There is but little inquiry. Oats are in
moderately fair demand, with a good
supply ou the market. Prices have de
clined since Thursday two cents on tbo
bushel. Illinois oata are now selling nt
from 85 to W cents, according to quality.
Meal and bran are iu good supply nnd
dull. Choice butter is sesxev, and in
good demand. Common is plenty and
dull. There are no egg in the market,
while the demand is good. Poultry is
scarce. Old hens are in good demand.
The demand for young eliickcus is not so
good. - Choice apples sell readily. Com
mon are plenty and slow sale.
Sc90ur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given ore usely for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It is
neee?ory to charge an advance over
these figure. Mt
This market Is less active, the tales
are limited, with a demand that U fair.
There U still a very light supply of me
dium grades, while the bulk of the demand
it for them. We state the following sales.
100 bbls choice. $6,40; 100 bbls xxx. $V
20; 100 bbU various grades, $1,00 C,
00 ; 230 bbls various grades, ciiy. $4,00
8,30; 200 bb! various grades, $4,00 (3)
This market continues exceedingly
quiet. There is very little demand with
an ample supply. The only sale noted
ws that of sacks white, 4?.W.
This markel .'s yet full ol common hay
wbllo there is a scarcit v of choice. For
common there is 110 inouirv. choice
is in demand at Irom to 1 :t per ton.
We note the sale t.f 1 ear choice, mixed,
The inaikcl is well supplied, with a
modcrativcly lair demand. Price have
declined about two cents eincc our la!t is
sue. Wo note the sale of 1 car mixed in
sack.JSc; Scat's mixed, .12c, in hulk; 1
car choice mixed. In bulk, lie; - cars
mixed, in hulk, 30c; uts mixed iu
This market is usually quiet, with lair
blocks, a light demand and pike the
same as li.l quoted. No sale reported,
Brsn is dull. There is a good upply
ou tho market, tt c note the sale of 100
There is a good tupplv of touimou,
but very little choice butter iu this
market. For choice there is a good do
tnanj. Common ia very slow sale. Ws
uoto the sale of S pails, cooking, I63 ; C
packages, Southern Illinois, 20o ; 5 pails
choice. 25c ; i packages bouthcru Iili
uots, 19c ; J tubs Southern Illinois, 15
20c ; 3 packages, Illinois, i-HQibc.
The market Is bare of eggs. There is
ait.. argent demand for them at good
prices. No ales.
There Is food demaoU lor old hens.
Tber) Is only moderate inqury for young
chickens . The sales reported were 3
coops large youog , f 2 60 ; 2 coops young
S? 23(gS M', 1 coop young, S3 60.
. w . t APPLET
Common apples are dull. There H a
( fair ltnD4 ft I bote. n n-to t -.j!?
nr ALL1. 1 .... .
Ul rJ !?P.-, 1 .1 Tl J .; ,1",
We note the satf cf "1 hnxt wct'tu
We note the pale of i'lO barrch salt,
$1 wm 70.
HIDES AND H P.S.
ShmpPeits CSreen, ?firil r: diy,
40rTjfiOc; .hearing?, IfjCrSOr.
Frits Braver-No." 1 :? :.n; u. 2
$C ; No. 2 54; No 3 Hi; No. j 1.0
Mink No. 1 $1 ; N... j:; X... .vif..
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 TiV; No. 2
40c ; No. :i 20-; No, . ltt,.. Fkimk No.
! No. 2e; No. :i 00c; No. 4 l.V.
Fox Gray No. 1 $ ; No. 2 7 ; No. :t
00c : red inxn l t . v -l r-.
Opossum No. 1 10c: r,. 2 8c; No. 3
.1.V, Mutkrat-No. 120c; No. 2 15c ; No
3 l'.ic. Ilenr No. I $10 ; No. 2 7 No. 1
$:t; No. 4$1. Woif Mountain No. 1
2 M; No. 2 ,1 5 : No ;i $1 ; No. 4 7.-:
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 2:, : 0. 2 Sue.
Wild :it 2.V. lon( 1 :;..t 10i. p. i-tr
Wc quDli! Paradi-e nnd Mt. Carbon ir
tr.'irL. I1111111 s't imr . .i..iiir..fl a.i.
- j ' , .1141, , V.. II , . I I I I V'll
load per ton. lump, .HI; nut, $2 73,
delivered per single ton, lump. $1 ; ni't
$3 23 1 l.';iun f.r MnrrUluiro mil ,.
track tier load. hunu. 27 : nut. lc. 1 a,..
livricd per Urn, ;i Pittlmr i i-
ivtrj'i.vU on tack, $3 .i per ton.
N 't lrrTrr. Viv.n iftr n, 1
"t I .Ti,. 1
M Mm'.. tl'W WA7I!
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Si-raraot, F.ivunl mttii-, t'. s. A.
Slcauicc James Fisk, Paducah.
Ucd Cloud, Lvausvlllc
Polar Star, St. LotiU.
Charles Morgan. Cinctuuali.
City of Altoti, New Orleans.
Kleamer James Fisk, Paducah.
Red Cloud, Evansvillc.
Polar Star, Tcnncsstc river.
Charlci Morgan, New orh ani,
City of Alton, St. Louis.
The Polar Star passed up Irom St.
Louis for the Tetinesce river.
The Polar Star had a light trip. She
left two empty barges here, and added
considerable freight .
The Dean was to leave for Memphis
The City of Alton passed up yestrday.
Five feet of water in the Ohio to Evaiis-
The lied Cloud came down from
Evansville about 8 o'clock yesterday
morning. She had a rousing big trip.
Sue was tog bound nil Friday night,
and laid up above Mouud City nearly nil
of Sunday night.
The Jim Flsk is the elegant little tlyer
that leaves lor Paducah at Klnpf live
o'clock this evening ; no more clev
er and genial gentlemen thau Captain
Matt Williams nnd Clerk Cliff Aruattt,
ever presided over a steamboat ; they
leave nothing undone that will add lo
the pleasure aud comfort ol their guests.
WnincAS, Maria Roberta, of the County of
Alexander ana Mat 01 nunon, by ner certain
trutt deed, or sale mortgage duly executed, ac
knowledged, and drliTed, bearing date the leth
day of Auttuat, A. !., IS70, and recorded in the
Recorder' office of Alexander county, In the
State of Illlnou, in book Z of (ale mortgage at
page 3.X, did eone J unto OrMmai Ureeulcy a
truitee, all tue followluR described prernUe,
Ituated in the county of Alexander and Stat of
lllinoK to-wit : Tne eoulhweat fractional part
of section twenty-five (i(-), township acTenteen
(ii). range two wj wrn ; aiso tue aoutneait rrac
llotial iart of aectlon twenty-iU In town
hlp aeNTPntren (17), in ranjre two O) et, to se
cure the iyment ol a proinUgory note for the
aura of one hundred and iity-eiflil dollars, ex
ecuted by the ald Maris Robert, aod tayable to
the order of the aaid Oroew&s (ireenlcy 1 and
where1:, it ia proiJfl in and by nai.l trust
deed, that in cut of dvlaull in the payment of
the id prnmluaory note, or any pun ihereoi.
according to the tenor and effect of raid note,
then, on application of theletrul hoMerof auld
note, it should and rolpht be luwfnl fur the uu
ilerlguet Uriua Urecnley to ell and dispose
of the aid iircruiiM-, and all the rlthl, title, lien
eUt, and equity of rcdernpticn of uid Maria
Kolicrt. or her heir and a("izn therein, at pub
lic auction, at the welt door of the court houite,
in the cityof (Jairo, In the countv of Aleunlt'i
nnd Htaie of Illinois, for the hiahext uu,l iH't
price the Mine will brinK in cali after liviu:
adtcrtiteil kiii'h eule thirty dav in auv iicwbimi-
IMr at that time iiuliiiihed in tin' aid 1'ity of
t.ano.ttu'i to make, execute, ana deliver t me
.un linrr or iiuri'liucrs ot nui'li :ilc, (tooil and
HUlhi'K'iit dee-1 or ilifdn of convcyamv tor thu
pr inirton oolil, and out of tlie proctitis ot urh
nle to V all eohln und exitenseH iu' uitciI in ad
vertisiuKand Pellintr t-atd pivmiM, iiifludinR
ttornev'h f' , tlie pi luvipul and iut' ret
ou wii'l uti" ; aud, w heiva, ililjiilt hni l.ru
lua'lr iu thr imyuicnl of tlio said note, prim ipnl
HD'liutnrst; now, tlurt fore, publii' tiotii-e is
hereby ifivrn, that lu ptirjurunc 01' raid f-le
uoitgaxe, aud by virtue of the power and au
thority t rue arantej iu ami by the nanie, aii'l
bv tlrliit' ot Hit alatutc ol the Hale, 1, the iimltr
"fKtied. will, 011 f'ri'Uv, the l.'lli day of Nov., A.
l.,Wf, at 't o'cloclt, p.m., at wet door of
court hour', intherilyoi airo, 811 aJdi6iOie
01 the pixmiee abue and in kald truot mort
paseiUet iltutTilwd, aud all thetlitht, title, Iku
11H and equity of redemption of the fJi'l Maria
Kobfrla. her licim or t.;ii8 tbeielu, al pulnu:
auction, for tho higutM and lnt price the -amt
v ill hr ug in i Mbh.
OU.-K.MA!r.KtL:XI KY, Mortal e,
LIMOtll A LAtEN. All'v lor M"fl.
Hcl. 17, lii;o-oL'd.
A Larger Stock and Lower Friers
Tben over for CASH.
l'tiV Flttyreul to Twenty -vedol!r.
& full Iiuv of Klc atylo oorieto and hobiirv t
lower price tbD ever before offend In
Ciro. Old trwmde over, oruten
ltt ucbiioge fur new goods.
A Nil Siovk of lilie W'OoKa and (otto
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feather, flower. ., af vit witty e4
My stock iuoi tx clo4 out, and I will si
my eoMoiucr belt Uaigaia than arer offered
Wore MUS. C U'ULXS.
i life-Ilk cteal njrrvin
SaaJt.niwl.1 lha l ..t irl.tu al
yrxTi &. V all M..W 8a,V.y.
Ihii iii; hmi Collets
TH08. A. KIC, A.Bf.L. L.B..
J. H HUEW00D,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP, S8I 00
MofiT Complete, Thornili and I'lirliYal
eour-e of htttdy in Hie I ntiMl Stile
courw tndiprnilj to every courts Hum eae
tmrVinr on tin- ra 01 lift..
Far i:iu.itrttMl CircsUr.
ruo-i.A.itttr.. a. m.,1.. i.. n..
WheiciK, nU the lMth ilov of April. A. I.
'"',' ',n " . ,'Jlil,ls1 '"! l.'NChel J. riiillia hi.
i.e. eeeu!, and delivtre1 to the undcrMinied.
tor the purpoar of t,eonriur tbo payinenf of a
e.ertain promlworv note therein roeutione.. a
liu-i deed to Hie following derriheil pivml
to- wit : I.ot numbered eighteen (H). In bloek
nnrtibeml tour (), In the ity oft airo, miuoia,
and whrri n. defuult has lieen mude in the pay
ment ot note. Now, therefore, iu pumi
n.eot the authority conferred br said truat
cl.e.1. 1 will tell the aliov deM-rilieil pirraifee.
at P'i'ilie veudue. 11 the hiehem bidder, for
rn'b in hind, at the court h"utedonr ia Cairn,
llltnoiK, oq ;aturdBy. the sih day of , touer.
I " at ,,IB oourot a o'clock, p m.,f
nid day, l aalc to be without redemntion.
, . v ALKKKII B. SAeKORD, I niatee.
r.r.Ll..S 4 GILBERT, Attomev. c4va-4w
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing ProsnPtIr Doa.
Sra ATTON & BIRDj
AOEtfTS AimtXOA-N POWDER OO
57 Ohio Levee.
BOX and BASKET OO
Ali kinds (hard and toft.)
FLOORING, BIDING, LATH, &o
Mill auid Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Ie.iler iu
If.. IS OHIO LEVEE.
SI'F' I A.L atteutiol (ilea tooonsijrauitni u 1
,Vi e0;.01O Ltat,
i .c If.
WHOLZSALK AMD HKTAIt.
IN THS CXTT.
Good Sold Very Close.
Umw tttt SH. as4 OesuaarcUl A
0. o. PAnca tt CO.