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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander fotinty lands Cairo lot,
change for Nt. Ia jiriK-rty.
A fine r i(lciK c on eorner lUlbrook
tiiue ami 'I'wcnt.v-tlilnl stnft, at a
The foiitli hall of the "Pilot" honor at
Several flue rooms in Winter's Mock.
Good two story 1riek unliable for
.ores and oftlcei" on (.'oniuicrcial nvraue,
jetween Klercntli and Twrl'th.
Brick dwelling eorner Nincteeutli
ind Poplar at rect.
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Cominercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Dwelling house on 'row street, wei
vt Washington avenue.
Two business huse in Levee street,
cbove Eighth, $20 each
More room on Commercial avenue,
text to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Two itory house on Commercial av
i nue. Two tenements suit.iblc for shops
Store room, sorner Twentieth and
1' stair of house on Commercial av
enue, near l'Jth street. Suitable for
i tiling, $3.
Tenements numltered 8, 9 and 10
Winter'! Row, fi rooms each for $10
er month. In first-class order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
I'ootn lu varloiiM parts ol the eity.
FOlt LEASE OR SALE.
I -anl, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
We have this day sold to Mr. K.
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
4c, of the picture framing department
ot Bulletin. All order for frame
tti, should be sent to him or left at
this ofHce. We besjJcaW for him the lib
erality ot patronage that has leen be
lowed upon us. His aMortiiierit ol
moulding is complete, prices bevoud
competition and he guarent-e satisfac
tion in all cases,
ralro. Oct. 1", 1870.
tf Caiho Bcli.eti Co.
Ttiall Ula-Ura rre I.nnrli.
.".aeekel, proprietor of the popular
i hfcVa saloon, corner ot Tvvelttli street
iiud IVasldugton avenue, excels all
.others -m, line of business in hi free
Junchea. ivery morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeekel cpreads a lunch w hich would
do honor to any saloon in the land. His
friends should make a note of this and
4ie him a call. 20-dlm
J. lHr nteiabona.
n TlMciaii street, two door from Alex
ander Comity Bank, U the place to get a
fashionable balr cut or a smooth ehave
jc anything Je la the barber line. I.a
dU n and rhlldmis' hair tut or drcsed.
ither at the shoj or their homes.
For a smooth sliave, a neat and fanh
itiiiable hair cut. or refreshing ( hamjtoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at tV planter' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
hath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and U
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customer. tt
h:t the largest and finest stork ot Hoys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever beeu
in Cairo. He can suit a child from four
up to any age, at prices to suit the
-flX) pieces of prints, W0 piece )aus,
M0 piece of muslin. New style and
tivxt brands at the New York store. Full
.ine of dry goods. 1 1-2-St
Mr. Daniel Lampert will continue the
barber bunincvs of her late husband, at
Mm old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the supervision of John
Lampert who 1 a first-class barber and
invite old and new customer to give
him a call. tf.
A lirst-elass runner is wauted at the
IMta hou?2. Call immediately. None
but a flret-class one need apply. tf
Wanted 500 Men,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
stock ot Overcoats and Men and Boys
suits at price to suit the times.
Mothers c-anaocura health fur Iheirchil
vlru and real fur ttitrintelvee by the uw of Cat
Kra, a pcrfrel ciilMtituU fbr Castor Oil. It U
iitalutrly harmleM. ami it as pleeaant la tlt
hooey. fr Wind-Collio tour ttoiumh,
worni arcoDitiitiOD, lor young or old, tbert
It nothing In axietenr like it. It I, certain, it
it lHy, it U rlieai.
ii, swelling, tprsiiit, tiff joinlt, burn
oelile, poisonous bit. suit alt Bmb, bone and
tuuacle allraeute, caa be absolutely rai-ed by the
Ceutaur liniment. What the White Lluinient
it fur the bmnan ftuui be V allow Lluiment
it for spavin-.!. gat laiue horeee ant anl-
lUi.aVa MsukOLU lUm preserves
and restores the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallownes ; make the
skin soft, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected.
Lyon's Ktiuiuo makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its full
ing oat or turning gray. It ha stood
the Utt of 40 years. Is charmingly per
fumed and has no rival. -
BATES or AtOVEKrldlilU.
fcfAll bill for advtrtUinx, are due and ptf
able im ajt aires
Transient a4artUinl will be inaertel st Uie
rata of 11 0 per aquan for the flrtl Inerrtjon
anl S cent fur each tali.-tequmt on A Hliara!
discount will be me.le on uniting and diepl
for inserting t'untral nntlie at oo Notice ol
meeting of tocietiee or an-ret onlers ' rente for
Church, Society, feetival and Supper notice
Will only be lctt-Hed at frlvarti-Minenta
No S'lrertltf uent will be receivel at kss than
Si wtita, and no aavertiiement will I inMiln)
for leaf than three dollars lr month
LOCAL BI SIM.BS MOTICLS
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, in
serted in the Bcli.m I a- follows : (I, ess
than one square counted as a square.)
Oue insertion er square $ 30
Two insertions per square 73
Three insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Tw o weeks per square - 2 30
One month per square- 3 30
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer lime,
ASCALON LODGE, NO. 61.
Knipbtji of Hythiat, nntt every Fri
day night at half-pael eeven, in Odd-
t'tdluwa' llall. How a.
OAI.KXAKDKU LODWK, SO. 224.
Independent Order of 0ld-Kel-lown,
n.wto etery TburwUy night
at hf-jot neven, In their nail oa
Jomiiivrriitl arenue, between ixUi and 6eeenth
trt X. A, DarMHt, Jt (i
"1AIKO KSCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. T.. meete
t Jin OiM-Kellown liall on the first and third
Ititailay in every luontb, at half-paxt teren
A. (Amiin, J P
CAIROlJIKiK. N0.237,A.r. A. M.
Jf Hold re (mlar communication in Ma
ST Knur Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' ' and Kiiftilh ttreet, on the tecotid and
'ourth Mondar of eah month .
ORG RIGHT ONLY,
Thursday, November 16
KenoKtiel Atnartioii ! Hie fc-linkeiit A" lor
Rip Van Winkle
upjtej by a
FI LL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Iiravrvel eat .....
H aH now on tale at Hanman'a.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1S7P.
.oral Weather Bepcrt.
Cairo. 111., Nov. l i IS7R.
Tina "I1am J TuaT "vt'wn. I Vl. Wut
7 a.m. I .-o l . I .v.e s ; cloudy
11 I :V ITi 4 St ,i0
t p.m. .! N do
):'. la'.oTi; . j i; i
eracarit, SUiial .Service. I'. S. A.
Bill II- a.U and Monthly btatemeuts. pink
and yellow, at the Bcu.ktiv ofUce. tf
Let all remember the sociable at the
I'reisbyteriaii parsonajrc on Thursday
nil; lit. All will be welcomed.
A second hand Singer sewing machine
or tale cheap. Apply at Stewart &
Winters auction room.
Ladle Uold Watch.
For Side, a ladies Elgin hunting case
gold watch ; retail price $73 00, will be
sold for $35 ; 00 ha never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Kilter Tea feel.
Oue Rogers, Smith ,t Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, 6 pieces, eutirely new,
retail prire $00 00, can be bought for
$J3 00. Apply toE. A. Burnett.
The largest and linest Stock, of Gents'
Furnishing Goods can be found at Ike
Walder, eorner ot Sixth anil Ohio
Levee. 0-25-1 m.
for Halo er I.eaae. rh Arlington
This well known and popular hotel is
now oflercd for wdo or lease, on easy
terms. For particular inquire on the
premises. Thos, B. Ei lis,
10- 2')-tf, Proprietor.
We will pay no bills for good or mer
chandise purchased for the Bili.:ti.
by any of the employes, unless the pur
chase Is mado on a written order signed
by the'presldent or secretary of the com
pany. Cairo Bt titrix Co.
for Male at Aoellou talaable Real,
The property known as the McKenzie
residence, situated on lots 33 and 34, and
13 and 16, block 53, in the city of Cairo,
fronting 30 feet en Filth street and 50 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. I..
Davi, will be sold at public auctiou on
Saturday, Novemler ISth, 1S7C, at ten
o'clock a.m., on tho premise. This is
one of the most desirable residences in
the city commodious, in good repair,
supplied with gas, and title perfect.
This property may be purchased at
private sale prior to Ibih inst., by appli
cation to Samuel l heeler, wheie ab
str: id tltbi may be seen. Terms of
ii. : 1.500, cah In hand; balance on one
year tituo with Mx jer cent interest.
Defered payment secured by deed of
trust on premise.
WirtK l Stkw AHT,
11- 3-dtd Auctioneers.
Uutlaeaa llomao for Kent.
Xbo brick building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reason
able terms. Apply to B. F. Blart. tf
A Uood Walter
Wanted. A good waiter, at Louis
Herbert restaurant. No one need ap
ply who is not experiniced in Ihc buoi
nes. 1M0-II: :
Caiko, NovemlM-r 13, 17.
I hereby notify cverylwdy not to let
mv wile, Eliza Tlirockuiorton, have any.
thing in my name, us 1 will no I pay ucli.
11-14-31 Cha. T'BWcKJionrrt,
Bishop McClarcn, of the Episcopal dio
cese of Illinois, will visit this parNIi one
week from next S'.indav, and admitiiitcr
the rite of communion to all who desire
A practical book-keeper and account
ant desires to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or wilting ol
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote evenings it necessary. Address
W. F. 1., I. O. box 5;l, Cairo Illinois.
Mr, toote'a Stvrtnoua.
The Kev. Dr. Foote of Evansville, who
preached in the I'resbyteriau church on
Sunday morning and evening, wo lis
tened to by large congregations on both
occasions. Dr. Foote has many warm
friends and admirers in Cairo.
.Mr. C. I'ink of the Adams Express
Company, received a telegram from Mr.
Phelix Crofs, of the commission firm of
Cross & Co., who is now in Florida,
dated at Lake City, .-tating that Florida
has surely gone Democratic.
The parlor concert which w to have
taken place at the residence of Mr. and
Mr. Charles Galigher ,on Thursday night
of this week, has been postponed un
til the Iirt of next w eek. This entertain
ment i a long time coming, but it will
be good when it does come.
To mcrcliniits and manufacturer. A
practical book-keeper, whose evenings
are unoccupied, wculd take charge of a
set of books at a moderate alary. Pres
ent position a guarantee of efficiency
and responsibility. Address, for an in
terview. Accountant, this oflW. 1 '-.If.
for Sew Orleans ;
Three car loads of citizens of St. Louis
and other places, and three car loads of
United States troops, passed through this
city for New Orleans yesterday morning.
They go to see that the returning board
of Louisiana gives a correct statement
of the vote iu that state.
Frank Bennett, who served on the chain
gang of the city recently, was up before
Justice Comings yesterday, for using
offensive and obscer.e language, and for
being a vagrant. He was fined twenty
tive dollars and costs, and given twelve
hours to leave town, which he promised
Mr. Geo. Mittauer of St. Louis, suc
cessor to the St. Louis piano manufactur
ing company, was iu the city yesterday,
and favored the Bulletin with a call,
lie has ma le arrangements with Mrs.
Saunders to sell his pianos in Cairo.
These pianos have taken thirty-four
premiums in nine years, and took the
first premium at the St. Louis fair this
year. They have always carried oft the
prize when brought into competition
with pianos of other manufacturers. '
The II leg: I Voter or the 7th.
A correspondent of the Skh says the
Bi'LI.ktin is dUhoncsl in its wih to
punish the men who voted fraudulently
in this county on the 7t!i inst. We
earnestly desire au Invest 'gallon, and so
do all the Democrats of the city. If the
correspondent is so sure of the fairness of
the Republicans, he should not hesitate
to unite with us in our crusade against
illegal voting. If the Democrats are the
ballot-boxes Bluffers, then Democrats
would be punished if an investigation
were had. This result the Sun corres
pondent seems to desire. If he is iu
earnest, let him induce the Republicans
to join with us in our search after illegal
voters. We dare him to do so.
We are told that some of the prominent
Radicals of this city are thinking ot au
investigation of the frauds committed iu
Cairo on election day, w hich they say
were against them and caused the defeat
of Ben L. Wiley. There is nothing, we
dare say, that the Democrats ot this city
would sooner join hands with the Radi
cals in than an investigation ; for should
one be made, it will not only come to
light that Mr. Hartell has deteated Ben.
Wiley by at least a hundred votes more,
but that one or two of the Radicals
elected to county ofliees w ill bo com
pelled to take rear pews. We sa.vjrt
theru be au investigation, and let the men
who swore fairly receive the punish
ment the law provides, and whirh they
Leroy Grant, a young colored gentle
man, took hi girl and wenl to a bull on
Saturday night. Ho danced the first
quadrille with her, as all young men fa
miliar with etiquette do, and then went
and danced with another fellow's girl
Henry Harris thought it was all right)
and asked Leroy' girl to dance with
him, and she agreed, whirh aroused the
ire of Leroy, for he and Henry are said to
be running opiosiilon to each other tor
the young lady; and he Immediately pro.
ceeded to where Henry w as dancing, and
letting loose with his right hand lust a
Henry was about to encircle the waist of
the young charmer iu response to the
caller's "awing," knocked the ttnfurtu
nata Henry clear out of the set. Henry
had Leroy arrested yesterday morning,
and Judge Bird took some of the war out
of him by tlulng him five dollars and
Satn. Foster, mho was in the city
frr tvvvral dajm, It on hi way to the In
John P. Gough, of New York city, (not
the lecturer) was a guest at the St.
Among the prominent arrivals at the
St, Charles yesterday wore M. J.
O'Brien, ol Chicago? B. J. Medley, ol
St. Louis; Wm. A. Kcjcs, of Jackson.
i'enn. ; B. Elibodo, of Cincinnati, and R.
W. Storm, of St. Loins,
J. R. Furguson, of Kvausvillc, and
Mils MutUo Carr, of the same place,
Mfcrc, registered at the SL Charles yes
A. C. Houpt and A. C. Johnson, !oth
of .Mt. Vtruon, aud L. W. Henry, of
Philadelphia, were guests at the St.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dean, of Lum
ber tviUc, N. J., are visiting at the reoi
deuce of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Williamson,
Mrs. Dean is a niece of dpt. William
Another Greener Hklnnad.
Abe. Aiken, a young Kciituckian, uned
ucated iu the ways of this wicked world,
sold his crop of tobacco and with his
mule, came to Cairo yesterday morning.
He had been iu the city but- a few hours
when lie formed the acquaintance of two
well dressed darkeys. 11c was in search
ot work, and the darkeys promised to
find him a (situation if he would go with
them. He agreed and they wended their
way to the Narrow Guage depot, where
they loitered about for some time, and
becoming tired of waiting for the man
who was to give Abe. employment, one
of the darkeys suggested that they "hunt
a good place aud have a game of cards.''
Abe. considers himself hard to beat at
handling the pasteboards, and w illingly
consented. After they had played a
iratue or two of "seven-tip," one of the
darkeys began showing the parry tricks,
and finally introduced three card-monte.
Abe. bet him two dollars he would turn
the right card, and "by-jimmy" he did.
He "had been there too often to get took
in," and the next time the cards were
tossed, bet the darkey sixty dollar! he
could "do it again," and says Abe. "d n
me If I didn't miss her.' Then there ap
peared suddenly another colored gentle
man who, in frightened tones exclaimed,
"police," and there was a stampede, the
negroes and Abe's sixty dollars going one
way, and Abe. and (in empty wallet
Jenetl Wileoa'a Departure
Jewett Wilcox and family did not
leave Cairo on Sunday, as we expected
they would, but will take their departure
this afternoon. On all sides we hear re
gret expressed at the loss of so good a
citizen. There is no person in our city
w ho is better known or liked betUr than
Jewett Wilcox. He has been a resident
of Cairo lor many years, and has filled
many prominent positions, in both busi
ness and official circles, and has always
been first to lend a helping hand to
every enterprise that would contribute to
the welfare ot the city or its people.
For the last year he has been a member
ot our city council, an 1 has made a most
thoughtlul, faitliful and efficient officer.
He is one ot the most prominent mem
bers of the Masonic fraternity, in the
prosperity of which oriranization he man
ifested great Interest and labored untir
ingly. As a hotel proprietor, Mr. WIN
cox is a success iu every .sense
While he i a courteous, clever, genial
gentleman, he is also a thorough, ener
getic and enterprising business man.
He has made the St. Charles, during bis
proprietorship, one of the most popular
hotels in the south and west. It is for all
these good traits that our people dislike
to see him and his estimable family go
from among us. While he has done well
lu Cairo, we expect to tee him win new
laurelsjin the Tremout House of Chicago,
where he will be allorded a wider fluid
in which to reap the benefit of his busl
ness aud social worth.
Champion Lewis, the darkey who was
shot by "John Vickcrs on Ohio levee
last Friday, died about eight o'clock yes
terday morning. Vickcrs, w ho has been
in the county jail since the shooting, w ill
be given a preliminary hearing to-day.
Since the death of Lewis, much has been
made out of the supposed fact that Vick
crs was a nigger-bating Democrat, and
that the diillculty which lead to the death
of Lewis, was raised over national poli
tics. According to Lewis dying state
ment, there is no grounds whatever for
the belief that the dispute was about
politics, and as to Vickcrs being a Dem
ocrat, our while and colored
Radical friends may not bo aware of the
fact that Vickcrs, before the difficulty
took place, boated to parties In this city,
to whom we can refer them if it is de
sired, that he was the only man iu the
whole precinct in which he lived
in Kentucky, who voted the Re
publican ticket. Though Vickers cer
tainly displayed considerable brutality
in the manner In which the deed w as com
mitted, yet there Is two sides to the
question. In the stairway where Lewis
attempted to -eek refuge, was lound on
Saturday morning, a ra.or blade, stuck
into the wall between tlx, plastering
and luths, which is supposed to he the
weapon that Lewis is said to have had in
his hand when Vickers shot him. Lewis,
Iiowevir, said iu his dying statement
that he had no weapon of any description
either in Ids hand or ou his person when
Tickers tired at him. The examination
of to-day will very likely throw much
light upon the unfortunate occurrence,
which is not now generally know n.
Go North, South, East or West, and
you will find coughs and colds at this
season of the yenr. A remedy which
never fails to give satisfaction I Dr.
Bull's cough syrup. Price, 25 cents.
Cairo people need not send out of the
city lor choiqa plant. A vii to Mr,
Steltzer gitejii :Juwl jtm-ari the St.
Mary' hospital would U proof of this.
He ha thousaud of jlant of eemdc
erlpUoo la varhni1 ittgts,' all uf which
will be read for market lu tha spring.
A Card ! Ua Inttlc.
On Ihe 13th Inst., the undert.gned ulll
assume the general management of the
"palatial" Tremout House in ('hicairo,
w here ho hopes to meet all of his old
patrons, friends, acquaintances, and the
travelling public generally. Especially
will he be pleafcd to meet all who may
visit Chicago from Cairo, to whom he
w ill extend a cordial welcome. We have
leaded the St. Charles for a term of years
Ho E. R. Egucw, Esq., ot Cincinnati.
wno took possession on the ltday ol
November. Mr. Egucw Is a gentleman
of large hotel experience, which he will
at once put iu active operation at the St.
Charles. The building will immediately
undergo a complete and thorough reno
vation. The bed-rooms will b refurn
ished witli new and modern furniture.
and the entire house greatly improved in
all it oppointuients. The hotel will
continue to be kept in first-class style,
and sccon d to none outside the city of
Chicago. We trust Mr. Egnew in mak
ing these extensive repairs will secure
the hearty co-operation of the merchants
and citizens of Cairo, and as far as possi
ble their patronage so that the St.
Chsilcs may iu the future, as in the past,
be a source ot pride and credit, to the
city ot Cairo. Respectfully,
11-1 1-;t Jewett Wilcox.
O. Haythoro, having just returned
from New York, their hou-e will ojen a
complete stock of new goods, consisting
of boots and shoes of every style and
quality known to the trade ; also ladies'
kid glovps of full variety In all colors
from 30 to 05 cents per pair. A job lot
of alpacas at 3o cents a yard, equal to
any 70 cent goods now in tho market.
Ladies and children's hose at 10, 25 and
35 cents per pair very cheap; nlo
blankets, flannels, prints and all kinds ot
household goods, cheaper than the cheap
est. A complete sto k of boy hats and
caps; hats 60 cents, caps 30 cents will
cost you $1 elsewhere. Laboring men
and all persons who find economy an ob
ject, are invited to examine this new and
complete stock of goods. Remember, O.
Haythorn Co.'s is the place to go. 31
'Fight tilt the lat armed foe expires,"
was the war-cry of Marco Bohzarris, the
Suliote chief. That's the slogan of to
day for B. T. Babbitt's best is routine the
fiend of dirt, and proving to the world
that soap is king. Tho Second Advent
ists are more thaa usually sanguine, since
an absolutely perfect soap is in the mar
ket. A bite from a rattlesnake is sometimes
not more dangerous than a severe cough
or cold. A weli-merited reputation has
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and this n-m-edy
Is sol. I by all druggist. PrW, 23
Caiko, Ills., Nov. 13th, 170.
Everything continues very quiet iu
business circles. The election excite
ment is still high, and until it settles, lit
tle need be expected from our merchant
in the way of strict attention to business
There has been no change of weather
until this morning, when the sky became
cloudy and indications of a rain
are now very strong. There u no
change in rates to the South to re
port. The river business continues very
1 here is the same old story to report
of the flour market, nothing new or im
portant having transpired since Thurs
day. The supply of low grades is not
any better, while the principal request is
for them. Of all other grades there are
very good stocks, while the demand is
fair. As a whole the market is quiet,
with prices firm.
1 hero has been, if we are to judge
from tho number of sales reported, much
more activity In the hay market within
the past four days than for some time.
Choice hay is Iu fair request. There Is
but little really choice here. Common is
plenty and dull.
The corn market is fairly active. There
lsa scarcity ot white corn reported,
whilo the demand is good. There is a
prospect that a still better time is close
at hand. Oats arc very quiet. The mar
ket is well supplied with light Southern
Illinois, but choice heavy oats are scarce.
There is but little demand, however, for
any kind. Light is selling at prices
rauziug from 28 to 30 cents, in bulk.
There Is a much better feeling in re
gard to meal. Prices nt New Orleans
have advanced, aud a rise here very
shortly Is expected to follow. There Is
but little country meal ou the market,
and city la also in light supply. Bran is
plenty and dull.
Cuoiuo batter is scarce, but common
stock Is plenty aud dull sale. Strictlv
choke will sell readily. Eggs are entirely
out of reach, and 20 cents arc offered.
Choice poultry Is also in good demand.
Old hen will bring $3 ; good young
chickens from $1 75 to $2.
Potatoes and onions are plenty and
JirOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only for
sales from first hands in round lot. In
filling orders and for broken lots it i
necessary to charge nn advance over
Low grades are scarce uul in demand.
Choice aud medium grades are in good
mpply and quiet at quotation. The fol
lowing sale were reported : J00 bids
various grades, $4 75&G 30; 300 oils va
rious grades, $4(7,0 73; 130 bbls various
grades, $KJQ S3; 100 bbls vutiou grades,
$4. 40f6 50; 473 bbls various grades
city, 4 23fl8 30.
Choice timothy hay is in good demand.
There Is more cominou here than can be
disposed of. The following are the
sales reported: I car choice timothy,
$19 00; 1 car, commou mixed, $ S 00 ; 1
car, prime timothy, f 11 00; 1 car, choice
Choioa white corn is In fair demand
There Is but a light supply on (he. mar
ket. We note the sale of 300 sacks,
Light Southern Illinois oats arc in good
snppty and quiet. hoicc heavy are
scarce and in fair .demand. The sales
noted were as follows : 2 cars Southern
Illinois in bulk, 2Sc: 2 ir Southern III-
inois lu hulk,' 30c: 2 cnr Southern llli
Hois in bulk, 2!ic
There js a much better feeling iu the
meal market, owlnj to a me in prices of
both country and city stock at New Or
leans. An increase is daily exiected here.
Stocks ot both kinds arc Uijht. No sales
This market l. well, supplied and very
quiet. The following is the only s:h: re
ported: 400 sacks, 33c.
Common butter is picnlly and verv
dull. Choice is scarce and in good de
mand. The following sales were re
ported : 3 pail.s Southern lilinoi?, lv;
500 lbs Central Illinois, 20(7 22c: 10 pack
ages Southern Illinois, 1 ir, 20.
There arc no eggs iu the market. They
will bring 20 cents readily, as the de
mand is urgent.
Good young chickens are in good de-
maud at from $1 75 to $2 per dozen.
Old hens are in active request at S3. No
sales were noted.
Common apples are dull sale and
plenty. Choice are .scarce and in good
demand. We note the side ot :(o bhl.
Ben Davis. $1 73fd 90.
This market is heavily supplied, and
few salen are being made. We note the
sale of 25 bbls., peach blows, Jl Do.
There Is an abundance on the market
with a very light demand. We note the
sale of 50 bbls, red, $ 1 73(ri 2 on.
We note the ?ale of 100 bfoK $1 00$
HIDES AND FURS.
Shkef-Pelts Grenn. 75e(5.l 25; drv;
40fa,!k'; shearings, 10 20c.
r IKS lieaver -No. 1 52 .xi; .No, 2
$G; No. 2$J; No. 3 $2; No. -1 J 1.0.
Mink No. 1 1; No. 2 73c; No. 3 50c;
No. 4 10i. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No.,
40c ; No. 3 20e ; No. 4 lite. Skunk No,
I 85.J No. 2 W)e; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 f 1 ; No. 2 73c ; No. 3
50c; red fox No. 1 $1 No. 2 73e.
Opossum No. 1 10c: No. 2 So; No. 3
35c. Muskrat No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No
3 10c. Bear No. I $10 : No. 2 j7 No. 1
13; No. 4l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
12 30 ; No. 2 $1 75 : No 3 II ; No. 4 75 ;
Praii iH Wolf-N o. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 5oV,
Wild Cat 25c. Hnue Cat 10c. lta lsrer
W e quotr. Paradise ami Mt. Carbon or
track.tii nip ,$3; nut. 12; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, $3 30 ; nut, $2 75,
delivered per single ton, lump, 4 ; nui
$3 25; Raum or Ilarrisburg coal o:
track per load, lump, $27: nur, $10; de
livered per ton, $3 50 ; Pittsburg pt-r
car loads on tack. S3 30 ner ton.
WAB DttMUTgSKT. KlVtll RtPf T, 1
-Nov. 11. IsTti. I
' LOW WA1BR.
rr. is. I it. is.
Cairo .i 1 i I - 1
PitUlmr ' : h 1
Cincinnati......... 1" t
Louiaville U X I
St. lx)um 12 4
Kvansviile - 7 X
Memphis .. 1" I
Vicksliinv H X 4
New OrU-dO ' u 0 0
Ri'luW high water of 174.
JAMES WAl SOS,
Serffcant, Signal awuce. U s. A.
Steamer James Flak. Puducah.
" . Ste, Genevieve, Memphis.
" Hickory and tow, St, Louis.
" Ed. Hobb und tow, Ohio river.
" Whale aud tow, St. Louis.
" Celina, Nashville.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnuti.
" Atlantic aud barges, St. Louis.
Steamer James Fisk, 1'aducali.
" Grand Lake and barges, St. L.
Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Hickory and tow, Ohio river.
Ed. Uobbs aud tow, St. Louis.
' Whale and tow, Ohio river.
Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
Atlantic and barges, N. O.
The new chaunel at Cumberland Is
land is 100 feet wide and 7 lect deep.
Walt. Mckee says there is no further u-e
tor the chute.
The Ed. llobbs passed by with a low
fur St. Louis.
The Morgan added about 75 tons here.
She was full ot pas-engers.
The Celina had her uual earto of
The James Fik will arrive in time to
leave for Paducah at 5 o'clock, sharp.
She is the most superb little craft on the
rivers. Capt. Matt Williams commands,
and Cliff Aruaut does the honors of the
The Atlantic and barires made addi
tions of considerable freight here.
Tho Hickory and tow passed up for
the Tennessee river.
The Whale has three loaded aud four
empty barges, 000 barrels of Hour, 3ihi
sacks of bran for Cincinnati. Fur New
Albany she has H0 tons of pig iron.
For PitUburg 500 tons of iron ore, i
tons of pig iron and 2oO haircD of ilour.
The Morgan has a good trip tor New
Oilcans. She had H number ot tine
horses winch go Into the coming
races. Tho Morgan was the firt boat to
conic through t he new channel tit Cum
$1,200 PROFIT OH $100
Made any Jay iu l ull and CiuTj. Iuvmi a,c.rdinir
t v 'in limine. lu, V or in s 1 LM hl"KlV
li.i-.tj La, has biiMilii a small t.atunc so eheraiWu)
inventor. We advise wheaaad Be BT to t Y til 1 1
lioiik with lull luauiaalioa ut Jrtt
Liuaaiiva ut J I
r i h to I
:a & co f
i; Wall St., X.Y.
Auureeaoroeit by mail aud tc'rsr i h to
SsVfiKara and JJiokara
SOU) FIRST SEASON.
HANDSORE, DlillilClE AND
CHEEnrtlL AS AK OfZlT REE,
Aii'l a jrrA.ct ' oinlnu.itii;.! .
r7TIl' VliOT 'i'iil'.l. I l,x i.i.i 'ill 'i4.iir:.
lllcllt, fcillil I lie in Hi i i"
EXCELSIOR MMFACTCniNG CO.
612, 614. 616 & 6IS N. Mi r rtei,
ST. LOUIS, 210.
C. W. HENDERSON,
yCTM. R. SMITH
Physician 6c Surgeon,
nrtire In Winter'n Hloi L, corner 8t vi-ntli iiuj
'onimcrriiil Avenue, (entrunre on Seventh).
IteKiileoct: 1 liirlerntli olntt, went Ol Waliinrtili
Thin thuiinjinil. two hiimlivU nml fll'tv d.il'uri
Worth of new spaixT mhenisiii)t, nt imblUlieri,'
rates, eiven for 17m), ami a three month'' note
rcepteil in payment from B'lverlifersof remi
iliilitT. A printtil li-t, pi inir name, i-linnct r.
i-IiibI iluilv iiml wei'Lly t'irvuldtion ami !'hlule
atex of ailvertibin, rent free to anv .dre-.
Alvti tiro. 1". 1,'owi'll ,t c., SVv-.:itr
Ailvertisin Ay.rtits, II I'ul k Kuw, S . .
1 -:-;- .:nt
ARE PAID S
uiia'neii in line of duty, if by
Accident or otherwise. A
WOl .0 of any kin.J. ths
Iom of a 'lnrer or Te. or
the lost of an tj e, a lit P
TI KE, if but Usht, give a
pension. Disease of LUD(1
or YarlcoM Vein give a
pension. IIOUNT Y.-li
discharged for wound, injuries
or rupture, you get full boun
ty. Mar Send U stampi for
copy of Tension and Uounty
.lis. Address ell letters to
V. S. Claim Arent, Indianap
olis, ind. rOn all letter
merle V. O. Uox 94.t
MQl OK DKAl.r.HM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholuoule and Kviail DwJi r in
VIM,M OF A ITI. KIlS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
ME'-H.-'. SMYTH ft CO. have locetantly
a lunrc stork ot the brut rool4 In Uiv mar
ket, and stive en,'ial attention to Ihe nhulcMJa
ranch uf the buiuv.a.
HAVE YOTT TRIED
For rso in Summer and Winter.
Mil'..-" ilutlii'4 l U.iii, cwil ami very aliite
NinUR I In l LI. Mi or -rALDlJiti.
No Bough Hands !
No Yellow Clothes f
No Wash Boiler!
No Steam in tho lTouso
liimimiteeii un.ler " p. unity not to m
jiue c."li4, uinl eiiperiur i loilel ami Miav
Ni l. I ill -torei, or it I'jinily pai'latfi' will le
Mill. epivo i'Iibih pivp;ii'l. uu rn iipt of one
ili'lUr ami liny cent. One reli:tll ileiler
unti"l .ii i'Viti prominent po.nt hi ui;eiit. u itli
M In lu .1 IiIktuI urnmireiui'iit w ill he lnu le.
f. H. 6IDDALL,
utiv; ''A.'..m li'O Mm ket M. , I'liiU
THE tKEMY OF DISEASE I
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
: tlie 4. r n u.l lil.l
LINIMENT Which had stood tho teat of 4C
Therois no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no P:uu, that Afflicts the Uu
mtn body, or th? body of a Jlome
or other Dement io animal, tixat
doea not yield to ita maio touch.
A. bottlo coatine 25o., 60c. or 91
has often saved the Mo of a If uman
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable