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(leal Estate Column
A kxanlt;r county lands, Cairo lots in
ru-liange lorPt. Imu property.
A fine residence on corner Ilalbrook
avenue and Twenty-third itrt-ct, at a hnr
rain. Cottage on Sixth street between Wash
ington a yen ue and Walnut itrtH,
House ami lot on Eighth street between
Walnut and Cedar, $1,630.
Store room lutely occupied hj Howe
Machine Co., on Commerclkl avrnup, be
ween Te nth and Kteventh streets.
The first floor of n brick dwelling cor
liero! Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Cottage on the north side ot Twelfth
street between Walnut and Cedar.
Business hone on I.evee aired above
Light, and in pood repair.
ltooru in u two story house on Com
mercial avenue between Ninth and Tenth
Store room near earner ot Twentieth
utA Poplar street ; f.
Tenements 3, -1, 5 and 10 In Winter!
Jtow lor $10 per month, and in flrt-flas
Cottage on Twenty-first street between
Sycamore and Poplar,
l'ooim in nearly every part of the city.
KOI. LKASK OKSALK.
I.tptls in tracts to suit, near Cilro.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford the entire lot of moulding tools
etc., o,f the picture framing department
ol the Bulletin. All orders for frame
etc., should bo Rent to him or left at
this office. We bespeak tor him the lib
erality ot patronage that has been be
stowed upon ns. His assortment ol
moulding Is complete, prfces beyond
ftonipetlllon and he guarantees satisfac
tion in all cases.
'alro. Oct. 10, 1S76.
tf 'AIRO Bulletin Ca.
T bulla - Frest I.nnrb.
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ol TwtltUi stmt
and Washington avenue, excels ail
others in his line of business in his free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaecktl spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon in the land. Ills
friend should make a note of this and
give him a call. '.'0-dlta
J. tors llelubuoe.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to yet a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth thave
or anything tlsc la the barber line. La
dies' and childreus' hair cut or dressed,
oither at the shop or their home.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable hair cut, or refreshing (hntnpoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planters' barber
arlor. The. best of perfumeries and
hair tonics always kept on hand. The
Lath room connected with this establish
ment is the only one in the city, and is
always kept In the neatest order, ready
for the convenience of customers. tt
has the largest and finest stock ot Boys'
and Youths' clothing that has ever been
In Cairo. lie can suit a child from four
up to any aite, at prices to suit the
COO pieces of prints, 100 pieces Jeans,
!Vj0 pieces of muslin. Xcw styles and
best brands at the Xew York store. Full
ni of dry good. 11-2-ot
Mrs. Daniel I.ampert will continue the
barber business of her late husband, at
the old btand on KIghth strwt between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be tinder the supervision of John
I.ampert who is a llret-class barber and
invites old and new customers to give
him a call. tt.
Jl fir&t-class runner is wanted at the
Delta bous?. Call immediately. None
but a tirst-clas one need apply. tf
Wanted SOO Mm,
To call nt the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
tork ol Overcoats and Men and Boys
fults at priees to suit the times.
Mothers cu Mure health fur their ehil
ilrto and rent for thaiuaolvea by tho um of Cat
tor, s perfect substitute for Castor Oil. It is
nViwlulely Intrude... uJ U its rdoaaant to take
a honey. For WinJ-Colllo sour atumach,
worms oreonidljiation, lor youug or old, tliara
is nothing In xiteo- lids it. It la certain, it
i .prfdy, it id rlnni.
Caked Breasts, fttillfliatUlu, guilt
is, swelling-, sprains, atiff juints, luira
ac.ld puUonoui bites, and all rUsa, buue and
muscle ailaianta, can In absolutely cured by the
t-'vutaur liniiuaut. What I be White Liuiuient
is fur the buinml fluaily the Yellow Liniment
i fur s im-it, ss'le-1 stitl lame burse suit sal
We will pay no bills lor good or mer
chandise purchased for the Bulletin
by any ot the employes, unless the pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by the.presidont or secretary of the com
pany. C'AIBO BlI.LKTIN Co.
Haoam'i Magnolia Balm preserve!
and restore! the complexion ; removes
freckles, tan and sallowneas ; makes the
bkln sott, white and delicate. Its appli
cation cannot bo detected.
Lyon's Kathaikon make beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant -; : prevents Its lall
ing out or turning ym.v. It has stood
tin tet of i vtors. i vtmrwlfljy per
luiue4 and lu ix rh..l.
Ait) or ADTiRrnHo,
LI" Ail l-UU fvt a.HarUsut', si due and jy
Me IV ADTAWtB
Transient IvtrtUtng will be inaertal at the
rite of tl CO ier square for Uie flrst insertion
And ) oaaU fur toh eabeeqaest one A liberal
disoount will be md on standing aail lisl
For inserting Funeral notice tl 00 Notice oi
rootling of soclttke or enret orHrs to oeata for
Church, Society, festival sn4 Sapper Aotlrvs
Will only be Inserted a aiWerUaemcnU
Ko advertisement will be received at less than
So ents, and no sirrrtisement will be Inserted
for less than thrr ilolUr per tuonth
LOCAL BtMISLM XOtlCEsl
Of one square (8 lines space) or more, In
serted In the Bcllrtm as follows : (i.ess
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ 50
Two Insertions per square 75
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per iqnare 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
ASCALON MHMiR, SO. 61.
Kniht of Pythias, meets every tri-
,il fay nitfht at half-iet eeven, in Udl-
iellow' Hall. How a,
OAl.EXANDKR 1XWiT., SO. tit.
lnirenlent Onlir of Odd-l-lowe,
mwt every 1 humUy niyht
at lia!f-at iwTen, in their hall on
Commercial avenue, between HxU) anrf heeenth
trt N. A. IsvuK, N ti
1.VlllO KNCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F., meets
Vin M'l-t-lluwi,' liall on the first and third
I iirxiay in evrry month, st half-pat eeven
A. ClMI!M. t. 1'
CAlltO IX)I)C.E. KO. A.F. 4A.M.
lloiil regular cnmmunirjttions in Ma-JSls-inic
Hull, comer Commer:ul avenue
' r nt LiKhh street, on the second and
Vurth Monday of each month.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Friday Evening, Nov. 24
.1. 11. llavwrly Prorrlitor.
Wm. Foote, Jr Manager.
The Largest and Most Refined
Minstrel Orgaaixatlun Traveling, and in
addition to the names on the bills
THE KEN OWNED COMEDIANS
Goss and Fox.
Ol IIAVEIIVY'5 TllE.VTItE, (aifAGO
Aduision 10 cents; It served seats, 75
eent. fceatt can be secured S dsys in ad
vance at llartinsD's.
America's Grand Novelty !
ATHENE IT M
OXE NIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday Ev'g, Nov. 22.
Ite juitly celebrated and grat orljioal
A brillitnt arrav of Graee and Beauty, present
ing the fliieit MiDBlrel scene ever witneeud.
The Dabing and Fecrles
MABEL SANTLEY S
London Burlesque Troupe,
Their AVt appearanr in America, in the great
MuKiual burletque, ne- written and
X 11 I O N
With all the Delightful Muaic, Magniflcent
Otuiiii and Swenlr. ErTme; aUo intra
UuciDg Uu Charming and Oracvfu),
H UE MA&IE SEX.AOOTJR'8
l.'ew Troupe ol
Parisian Can-Can Dancers,
Augmented by a
Superb Corpa of Specialty ArtlsU,
Firming t.iitethr the most Marvelous and At
tmcti Lnteruinmrnt iu the World.
Notwilbstaudingibe immeni4 expense, the
PRICES WILL. REMAIN AS USUAL.
For full particular and list ofartlati, see small
bill.. Keoerve.1 eat nectired three day in ad
vance, without extra charge nt ian lUrtman's-
il-l-at. A. 8. 1.KAV11T, tien'l At.
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 170.
Local Wftstltr Heprs.
Caibo. 111. , Nov i". In.
risia. I Baa J Tub. I Wind- I Yau
?0 (n I 4(9
J.(iui I I.
Pereeant, Sucnal Service. I'. 6. A.
Ulll I load i and Montiily Stateinouts, jiiuk
ami yellow, at the UrtLiTix olllcc. If
Muatueva llouw furKeut.
Tho brick building corner of Ohio
levee and Tenth street, for rent on reasou.
able terms. Aprly to B. F. Hiakc. tf
A second band binder sewiug uiacliino
or sale cheap. Apply at Stewart &
Winters auction room.
Ladle SJold WoK-b.
For sule, a ladies Elgin huntlns case
gold watch ; retail price $75 00, will be
sold lor &tf ; 00 has never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
One Uogers, Smith & Co.' silver tea
et. Triple plate, 0 pieces, entirely new,
retail price $60 00, can be bought for
f.3 00. Apply to E. A. Burnett.
for r f e.aae.-rbe Arllafteai
TuU well known aud popular botel la
now oflered for sale or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire, ou the
premises. Tuos, B. Ellis,
The Narrow Oaago railroad company
bas beguu crtcUng a fn tght bouse In this
city near tho old Irclghl depot, which Is
to Iro finished by tho last or this month.
Tho largest and llnet Stock of Uents
Furnishing Oools can be found At Ike
Walder's, corner ot Hlth and Ohio
MOTHER GOOSE OIT.RATTA.
TheM will be a meeting of tho ladies of
tho Methodist church, held at the parson,
age on to-morrow atiernoon, for the pur
pose ol arranging lor their resular
Srtbr-ra rabbagoaad Kraal.
H. J. CundiflT has a car load of North
ern cabbage, and a car load ol krout for
sale cheap, at bis grocery, north side of
Eighth street, between Washington and
Commercial avenues. 11-21-Ct
A practical book-keeper and account
ant desires to take charge of a set of
books, or would do copying or writing ol
any kind at a moderate salary. Would
devote eveninjrs it necessary. Address
W. F. P., P. O. box Ml, Cairo Illinois.
Library Aaeorlatloa) F.of erlalameata.
The ladies of the Library Association
contemplate giving a series of entertain
ments during the winter. The flrst ol
these will be a leap-year calico party at
the St. Charles, on Friday evening, De.
cember 1st. Also an historical enter
tainment on the anniversary of the land
ing of the Pilgrim?, December 22d.
On last Sunday the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain ami Southern railroad deliv
ered to the Illinois Central road 1,573
bales of cotton. The staple caine from
Texas, and before nine o'clock .Sunday
night the Illinois Central bad it on its
way to Xcw York. This is yulck and
good work, and speaks well of both cor
porations. Damagsd flesrebandlse.
Tho steamer T. F. Eckcrt, Capt. Reese
Dugan, arrived at the whart on Sunday
morning, loaded to the guards with
freight taken trom the sunken steamer
Arlington. This entire cargo, consisting
of every kind of groceries, dry good-j,
fruits, etc., will be sold by Winter A
Stewart shortly, on Halhday & Phillip'
Wc nolioo with pleasure that Messrs.
E. N. Freshman & Bros., the enterpris
ing advertising agents of Cincinnati, have
opened an ofllce in tho liret national
bank building in this city for the trans
action of business. Thee gentlemen
have the highest reputation both among
the press and advertisers. We winh the
Arm every success In their new venture.
MOTHER GOOSE OPEKAT'f A.
The Caaeert To-alfht.
To-night t e amusing operatta and par
lor concert long expected, will take place
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Oalighor. Th whole afl'xlr w be OilC
of unusual interest, and will draw a large
audience. The admission to the enter
tainment, includiug refreshments, will be
tor adults, 50 cents, children 25 cents.
Hacks will ran to and trom the house,
conveying those who wish to attend at
ten cents each.
The African Methodist Episcopal
church people are talking of bringing
Fred Douglass, the prince of colored ora
tors and lecturers, to Cairo during the
holidays to deliver a lecture tor them.
The proceeds will be devoted to the pay
ment ol the church debt. Should they
succeed in securing the services of this
famous gentlemen, aud they are now en
deavoring to engage him, there is but lit
tle doubt that he would draw an im
I'lrat ot She Straaon (Jraud ssaaqne
The Delta Dancing Club, composed of
a score ot the young men of this city,
will re-organize lor the season on Tues
day evening, December 5th, 1876, by giv
ing a grand masquerade ball et Scheel's
ball. Tickets, J 1.00 each. Tickets can
be procured of any of the committee, or
of J'hil Snup, Paul Schuh or M. J. Mc
Gauley. Sylvester Cook,
Cms. A. 8it,
21-2w Committee of Arrangements.
Brackets, brackets ! Call immediately nt
Variety Bracket House, just opened.
Designs entirely new from 2."e. up. Ladies
toilet brackets, hat racks, paper and card
receivers, slipper cases, match sales, etc.
Hustle frames, plain waluut, or mixed
woods, nil work put up in four diilcrcnt
styles. Beautiful heavy moulding frames.
Orders taken for all odd sized rustic
frames, beautiful photograph frames, oval
racks, etc., all at bottom prices, Com
mercial avenue, opposito city shoo store,
Mrs. Swauder's old store. Aleuts wanted.
Mr. E. H. Egnew, the ucw and enter
prising proprietor of the St. Charles ho
tel Is In Cincinnati straightening up his
business a flairs there, so that he may
hereafter devote bis attention entirely to
his uew chaige. We arc informed by
Mr. Dean, the clerk at the hotel, that be
foro returning to Cairo Mr. Egnew will
purchaso new and elegaut furniture for
every room on I bo first floor of the St.
Charles. It U Eirue w's intention to make
tho St. Charles the most attractive hotel
iu this section of country, and (rum the
way ho has started there is no doubt be
will succeed in his undertaking,
Color-bearers to the front," is the
order ; aud so waving the banners on
which the highly poetlo and romantic
motto, B. T. Babbitt's Best Soap, Is em
blazoned, the armies of civilization
charge borne on tho legions of vice, filth
tnd misery. The battle la sure to be a
victory, lor the masrazloe ol auiiuunltlou
A train oe the narrow gautre railroad,
which If ft Rf. IouM on Saturday morn
ing, was ditched a short distance this
aide of that city. The cars were put on
the track again, and started on ber way.
The train came along all right until she
reached Hodges' Park late In the even
log, when, owinir to the displacement
of a switch, she ran on the wrong track
and jammed up against a lot ol freight
cars, damaoinir the engine and several
cars badly. It has been suspected that
the switch bad been tampered with by
the striking engineers, but we are as
sured that there is no truth In the state
ment. The trouble was wholly acciden
Mother Goose Operatta.
On Tuesday evening, Not. 21st, at S
o'clock p.m., will be presented at the
residence of Chas. Oallgher, Esq., lor
the benefit o the Church ot the He
deemer, the eomio operatta ot Mother
Goose, to which the public generally
are cordially Invited. The little folks es
pecially, who are supposed to be better
acquainted with Mother Gooe than their
ciders, will enjoy making the personal
acquaintance of their faithful friend.
Comoone, como all, without further in
vitation. Admission 50 cent.. Children
half price. Itefreshments will also Ire
Marc Up rad j Si n ra.
The rapidity and certainty with which
Dr. Slorrls' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Horehound cures diseases of the res
piratory organs ami its reliability as a
remedy tor consumption long ago aecured
for it .a foremost rank among medicines
of its cln-s. It is in fact the recognized
specific for throat and bronchial disor
ders. It promptly checks a cough, no
matter of how long standing, and af
fords great relief In cases ol asthma. It
should not be mistaken for a palliation,
since It not only affords immediate re
lief, but also removes all traces ol the
malady. It Is a specific for cronp. Trial
size 10 cents. Large sizes AO cents and
$1. Barclay Brothers, Cairo. Also
ageoU tor Prot. Parker's Pleasant Worm
Syrup, which never fails. Pleasant to
take, and requires no phv&lc. Price 25
cents. Nov. 21-5w-dtw
MOTHER f.OOSE OPERATTA.
A spicy sketch, descriptive of a trip
over the Atcbinson, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the beauties, tcenery and
pleasure resorts of the Rocky Monntaio,
by "Nym Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic ol the Xew York World,
sent free on application, together with
the Sau ,'uan Guide, maps aud timo ta
bles of this uew and popular route from
Kansas City and Atcbinson to Pueblo,
Denver, and all points in Colorado, Xew
Mexico, Arizona and the San Juan Mine.
The tlne t line ot Pullman sleepers on the
continent between the Missouri river and
the Rocky Mountains without change.
Special round trip tourists' tickets from
the Missouri river to Denver at f 50, good
to stop off at all points. Address,
T.J. AxKERSON.Oen. Pe. Ajr't..
A Tard In tho Pnbiir.
On the 15th Inst., the undersigned will
assume the general manngement of the
"palatial" Tremont House in Chicago,
where he hopes to meet all of his old
patrons, friends, acquaintances, and the
travelling public generally. Especially
will he be pleased to meet all who may
visit Chicago from Cairo, to whom be
will extenda cordial welcome. We have
leased the St. Charles for a term of years
to E. R. Egnew, Esq., ot Cincinnati,
who took possession on the 1st day ot
November. Mr. Egnew Is a gentleman
ol large hotel experience, which he will
at once put in active operation at the St.
Charles. The building will immediately
undergo a complete and thorough reno
vation. The bed-rooms will b refurn
ished with new and modern furniture,
and the entire house greatly improved in
all its oppointments. The hotel will
continue to be kept in first-class style,
and second 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 5.
( harks may in the future, as In the past,
lie a source ot prido and credit to the
city of Cairo. Respectfully,
11-11-flt Jewett Wilcox.
Mr. Alex. Roysc has become the father
ot a bright-eyed girl, which turns the
scales at cloven pounds.
Mrs. Lockridge and Mrs. Xettleson,
both ot St. Louis, were registered ut the
St. Charles yesterday.
And our fricud Ike Walder is alto
happy. On Saturday a young lady made
her appearance at bla residence, who will
remain and make happy, we hope, the
lives ot Iaac and his estimable wife in
the days to come.
Among tho prominent arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday we notice the fol
lowing named persons : W. A. Hcdden,
of Xew Albany, Ind.; A. J. Haymau, of
St. Louis ; C. B. Comstock, ot Itetroit,
MU:b.; W. R. Alexander, ot Lincoln.
Neb; Wood Smith, of St. Louis; Wm.
II. Johuson, ol St LouUMrs. Maxwell
aud family, ol Delta, La.
Mr. aud Mrs. Charley Espie, of St.
Louis, arrived iu this city yesterday af
ternoon, and are quartered at the St.
Charles lor the winter. Mr. Espie will
occupy his old position iu the ouice of the
Mississippi Valley Trans lortation com
The ladle of tho Library Association
of this city, have announced their inteu
tlou to give a grand calico leap-year
parly at the St. Charles hotel on the
uight ol the first of December, The
"girls" have already beguu to bunt up
There is do doubt that the parlor con.
cert, at the residence of Mr. aud Mrs.
Charles Gallgher this evening, will be the
finest aflalr of the kind ever seen in Cairo.
The entertainment will open with a mu
leal conoert, in wbloii several of the fin
est musicians Iu tbe city will take part,
among bom are Mrs. P. Aitell, one. of
the most accomplished ladles in tbe mu
sical art, of whom Southern Illinois can
boast. Mrs. Axtell will sing the benutl
ful Italian song from the opera of "Mlg
non," entitled, "I'm Fair Titoula."
Over 600,000 bottles ofDr. Bull's
Cough Syrup aro sold every season, and
thousands of persons saved from an un
Caibo, Ills., Nov. 20. 170.
The weather has not changed lroin IU
cool, clouJy atate until this morning.
when the sun made a feeble effort to cut
Its rays through the clouds and mist,
and succeeded in telling ua to see its wel
come face for the first time in a week.
There has been but little change In the
business of the city lor the pait
week, but whit, changes there have
been are for the better. The flour, hay
And grain markets seem to be looking up
ward gradually, but as yet there ha?
been no radical alteration.
The river business continues fair.
Rates to the South by steamboats are un
There are good stocks of all choice and
medium grade? of flour, but the rcclpts
of low grades have been light, and the
supply falls far short of the demand.
Choice and medium grades are quiet.
The receipts ol choice hay since our
last issue have far exceeded the demand.
There is an abundance of all kind now on
The supply of corn lis light. Tho de
mand I fair at prices quoted in our lat
Issue. Oats of all kinds arc scarce.
There Is a strong demand, nt. prices
There is a moderate demand for meal.
There is but very little country in the
bands of nierchauts, and the supply of
city is fair. Bran is iu good Mipply and
quiet at quotations.
Hit! supply of choice butter is very
light, under a strong demand. Common
stock is in abundance with no buyers.
Tbe market Is bare of eggs, and the re
ceipts fall far short of the demand. The
supply of poultry is limited, und the de
mand for all kinds i gi l at prices
Choice fancy applee are scarce and in
good demand for stand purpose.
rotators and onions are plenty and
tsirOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only fur
salcis from first hands in round lot. Iu
filling orders and for brokeu lots it Is
necessary to charge an advance over
ChoSee grades are in good supply aud
quiet. Low grade arc scarce, and lu
good demand. We note the following
ales : 300 bbls., various grades, $J 50
10 75; 100 bbls., various grades, 4 ttxvs
$0 50; 200 bbls., various grades, f4 2.')
6 50 ; 390 bbls., various grades city, 3
Hay of all kinds is plenty. The demand
Is wry light. XV uot tho aala ol 1 our
choice timothy, $12 00 ; 1 car prime tim
othy, HO oo ; 1 cur mixed, fa 00 j 1 cur
mixed, good, 0 00.
This market is lightly supplied. The
demand for choice white com is fair, at
prices quoted in our lust Isue.
The demand for Southern Illinois oats
in bulk is good. Tho supply is light.
We note the following sales : 1 car South
ern Illinois, 30c ; 1 car Southern Illinois,
30c; 200 sacks mixed, 30c.
There is a light stock of country meal
in the bands ot merchants. City meal is
also in limited supply at the mills. City
is held at $2 252 30; country at $2 15
2 20. There Is a lair demand for both
Bran is in fair supply. Ttie demand is
moderate. We note the sale of 1 car, in
sacks, $10 00; 1 car, in bulk, $7 00.
Common Putter Is plenty and dull.
Choice stocks are scarce and In pood de
mand. Sales noted were 100 lbs com
mon, 15c ; 300 lbs Southern Illinois, IS
23c; 5 packages choice, Southern Illinois
We note the sale of 100 dozen eggs, 21c.
There are no eggs ou the market, and an
advance of one cent ou the price paid
above would be paid.
This market is fairly supplied, but the
demund lor all kinds of poultry Is strong.
W note the sale of 3 coops old hens, $3 ;
2 coops young chickens, $2 25 ; 15 dozen
dead ducks, $1 50&1 75.
Turkeys are iu good deinaud at $5.fl.
There is a fair inquiry for geesu ut
4 50. Live ducks will bring from $1 7'
to S2. Quails aiM iu demand nt H per
Choice, fancy apples fortUnd purposes
are in good demand. Common are
plenty nud Hud no sale. We note tho
sale ot 0 bbls Wineap, $1 .V); 20 Mda
Bn Davis, $1 75.
This market is woll supplied und dull.
We note the ssle of 50 bbls onions, f 2;
There Is good supply of paUtoes.
Tiny are dull sale. We note, the follow,
log talc: 150 bbls P. B., and Russets, $2.
Venison is iu good demand. We note
tbe ale of 1 carcass venison, young, Ac ;
2 csrcassesj old buck, 5c.
There is a steady demand for pecans
and hickory nuts at the follow lug prices.
Pecans 5 cents er pound. For large
hickory nuts, 35 cents per bu-beL . Shell
barks, 40 cents per bushel.
We nolo tbe sale of 100 bbls, f 1 CO
HIDES AXD FURS.
8BrPrLT Green, 7ofl 93; dry;
40G9JO; alwarioge. 10l0o.
1 CRS-Beaver-XoT I 13 60; Xo. J
. $0 ; No. 2 $4 ; Xn. 3 f 1 ; No. 4 tl.0. '
.Mink-No.l 1 ; Xo.2 75c; No. 3 60c;
No. 4 10e. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No.,
40c ; Xo. 3 20c t No. 4 lOc. SkunkNo,
I 85c Xo. 9i"c; No. 3 !t0c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray Xo. 1 $1 ; Xo. 2 7.".c ;-No. 3
Mtoired lox No. 1 SI; No. 2 75c.
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 8i; Xo. 3
35c. Mnskrat -Xo. 1 20c ; Xo. 2 15c ; No
3 10c. Rear Xo. I $10: Xo. 2 $7 Xo. I
3; No. 4$1. Wolf-Mountain No. 1
92 no; Xo. 2 l 75 1 Xo3 $1 ; No. 4 75 : .
Prairie Wolf Xo. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 50.',
Wild Cat 2. House Cut 10c. Bvlrer
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon or
tr.t:k,n mp,;l; nut. $2 , delivered car
load jir ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $J 75,
delivered per single tou, lump, $1; nut
$3 25 ; Rautu or llarri-burg coal or
track per loud, lump, $27; nut, $10; de
livered per ton, $3 50 ; FJtNhurg per
car loads on tack. $5 50 per ton.
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JAMES VA1 ?ON,
Servant, Signal Service U !. A .
Sfenmer James Fisk, Padiiedi.
" Genevieve, Memphis
" James W. finfl, CiiicinTitiii.
" Cons Miliar, Memphis.
" omfort, Ohio River.
City of Alton, St. Loiii.
Steamer James Fisk, Paduealt.
Genevieve. St. Louis.
Janus W. Galf, Memphis.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
" Cherokee, New Orleans'.
" Comfort, South.
" City of Alton, Xew Orleans.
The gauge showed 10 feet 6 inches last
uight. The fall in the 21 he-urs ending at
live o'clock lat-t evening was 1 1-5 Inches.
Tbe weather is cuol and pleasant.
Business is quiet.
The Yeagcr va f till ajrround last nljjht
and looking bad.
1 be Cons Miller passed up jcstciday
with a fair trip. Included lu her cargo is
471 bals of cotton, 100 barrels of oil, 44
bags of peanuts, 27'". barrels of rosin and
GS baits ot ran?.
Wa'ker and Xellis yesterday pulled the
Wild Coy out of the river aud up on the
docks, to give her a thorough overhaul
ing. The Cherokee has a big trip, and was
taking on freight ut dark last night.
The City of Alton has a good trip for
Xew Orleans. She stopped here but a
The Ste. Oenevieve remained here but
a tew m'.nutes on her way up, htivlnz no
buiincai to transact.
The .la mo W Gaff tm fair trip
Her additions of freight l.ere were lijjht.
The steamer Comfort passed down lor
tbe south out of tin Otily.
tte of Illinois, County ot AlcxsitJer
Circuit Co .it ol Ak'xandt-r county,
.la uary Term, A. 1)., It;;;.
Henry "Whitcarop vs. tlU P.elii. Andrew
Keid, 3!ary Stubhs. Zepbanmli Stutibs, Hosa
BurrvM ami uiiitm ii.it.e, in Cbaueery.
to .ecuaniua siuuun oue oi Uie utiute
named clclcnd inw. AUU:ivit having been
in tbe office ot tbe c ork ot caul court,
that jou Zepbaiitati a.ubbs, ou due inquiry
canncst be found, you ar hereby r.otiiied
tbat tbe cotuplaiuant tiled his bill of a m
plaint In said Court of Chauctry h!e there
of on the 23d day ol August, A. D , 187(1.
aud that a summons thereupon is-ued out
ot said court Bi'uin-t said defendant. Te
turnarle on tbe orrt Monday ot September,
A. L.. IttTU, a is by law required, and tbat
said summons win returned as to you "not
Now, therefore, uulei-s you, the said
Zephanlah Stubbi, shat1 perornlly be and
appear before tbe said Circuit Court of Al
exander County on the nrt day of the next
term thereof, to be hold en at the court
house in the city of Cairo, in aid county,
on tbe tlr.-t Monday of January, A. 1. 1877,
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill ot complaint, the same,
and tbe matters and things therein charged
and stated, will be taken a confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
REUBEN S. YOCUM, Clerk.
November 18, A. D., 187o. oaw-4w
Adiuiniatrnlor'a Bin I lea.
Estate of Juno Brown, dwrusol.
Ibt iimleritiifned, havlag lnvu appointed ad
ministrator o the eUt if John Lruuo, late of
the rouuty of Alexander and State of Illinois,
deceased, hereby jrivt nutire tbat he. will ap
pear Ittfoiu the tMiiinty court of Alvxaudrr
county, ot Ihe court houne In Cairo, at the Ie
eeiulwi term, ou tin- third Monduy iu Hcrrm
btr next, at wliifli lime all penton hav nn i-lnim
ajcalnvt wild et:tiure notilled and rejuetrd to
Hcud lor the puipuu of having the Mime ad
justed. AlllMTiinns Indebted to unid e.tate ar
rujui-ftfed to futile immediate ia) lueut to the un
derriifned. lst,. thii iMhdavorOetnl.v. . I.,1:r.
'. iLLIAM N tIJl.K, Adiu r.
Nun iiiIht 17. w-i w-
St. Charles Hotel,
nm seskeo to sun tbs tikes
Room and Board, Ut and
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Bord, Set floor fi 00 Per Day
Spoelal Ratos by Week or Month.
A limited number of very desirable laniily
room caa be rcurvd truouabl rate lor lu
The tt. Char lea I tb Urtfwtand bet appoint
ed Uwiu lu Southern llliuoia, aud 1 the leadiua
botel iu Cairo. .KolwlihaUMidlu- Ui "Bed
Stock" reduction iu price, the labia will, aa
ual, Im liberally supplied with tb vary bol
ui every talus' tual caa ba found ut market.
Kin Wfe aanipla run ma for co miliar Ual t rat
al an. ou around door, trmut chary.
Ct All basgaae uf guaat ooa) to aa! Uoia
we aotss wimwm mwi
!6 MILES OF
i ' : .
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
r.VEBT STOVE IH
Whrrayer I'M'd or Soil
Ii Mldy Witioat a M!
Nos. 37, 33, 39, 47, 48 and 40
Are a Mnrrrlons ComblnMion of
An 1 all lb r.noenllal Points that go to Male i:u
Most Perfect Cooking Stovo
ETer Offered to tho Politic.
Made Only by the
Excelsior Manufacturino o.,
No. f!2, (ill, SW aud 618 N. Main "t..
Ki. l.onla. Ha.
O. W. HENDERSON,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Sank Building;, p-stairt.
Tho Oldaet Establiahad Aareney In SouttJ
ern lllinoia, representing ova
a: ooo ooo
K;ir -.'.-'.'.,v , a
That coprt InveUptTicn;
uii i iu. que iu prijuulttr.
ir rrnrsi aui.
I'fTir tail Jl jtiif In ,f rr furn, .
f 'yape lla, 1 .lei-l.! 1 I . e,
ett,airlt. Klirmui'. l-ni.
lleriKei.-. I.i,er oiikIii, Heart ntaeaa.
I'nlaa lu h fir. H. rk mm OlsnaarH. rfc.
"I li and my n, r- yruwo (roaa Tor
plrt I.I,m uit Indla-failon.
Mmp rtoHuu nuft te enlaeel.
! mf.1u-i,1 with r. rtiv comiionnJi. Can lit
l.,orelli.u. actu u iu th- liver anil tumaeh Irumadl
aisly, IkKIii lim I he ,i. u, ner partieietif Mala
ria and ItiUua puiaun.
Ia. P. V. FiiacliTin: '
I ut. pitmrrii iu ti'tifln tbat Holmaa' A(a
rt curfd ru. rri'Biktlj aud eflnrlualif, of tba
chll'a. and, io aJdltiun to tlii. it ha parmanaatly
car-lmoia torpid act! n or the liver, wbich baa
iubj-cted me to rrioi!ical Mllou aitark; and. a
; ronirgueiu:. 1 aa, noa ujuyic( better bealtb ibaa
1 bsve tor lvlve rfin,
J i if HI H.TBOSXTOV,
Altut Puainiantpr, l iui-iunatl, O.
V 1. Thorn tun i well known as th commander of
an Indiana ttriiuc n! in the wr wltb tbe Confeder
ate. I'rico Wilt i-rjil .f mail olitii drerflet do aot
keep tli'iii. Nrii.l t n bunk c ntinin mm h TalaabJe
niluruiiitcu luut ibi, wonJerlul curailte.
Dr. D. W. FaMili, Prop., Cincimiali, 0,
t iko erirylhir" vnlnxhlo. IIOLMkK'B VXVER
NI AULB ANU LI V Bit )Alrt, tlmt hT itovd
IU" Hit tir ara. uh a cattoual rrpntaiioa l.r
li.nr (8i,cy, AUK BElMi CuLS taHk'ElTKD
ASU l.Mll'AXED by cluiniy erunirua, and under
other l,mr. 8.. uie are a ileadlii pnlona, cthar n
letter itinn io much ni ituit. TUFT AHB B4HK
Kit UHS; on ten us to nell nn tti- r.rutticn cf ih
enum. HI T MINE Bt'T H(iLMA'. HKABI.VU
HIS Pli'Tl' K R AMI ri5NAl IKE. tbcrabr a'uia
in JiMirpoitiinirtu and Imposluuo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
An A Pt-alor iu
IV. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
FETIA.L attwtitios ciTea tocoulgTuiiBU aai
tl 1 1 In jr. orrter
No 0 Ohio Lvvec,
T fl tf.
Estate Of I'rU-r Oowd, rt.
The und aiirnvd liaving- h-n appaiutwl al
miniflralru f Hi rmuu i f l'trr I'uwd. lata of
the rouuty r Alvtaaiivr and ktat of Illinuia.
dawl hivly fiw uutiro that h- will k
tMiura the poi nty court of Alaandt
vuunty, at th couit l.i.use In Cairo, at lha !
cvmber ivoi. od tb third Monday la loiiibr
Ut, at which tiUMi alt wraa haviuf claim
aaainat atd rUI aro -illrd -ad rxjiwatnl
to attrod l'r Ui purpoaa of bavin tho muiw ad
junct! All prrariD Indeb'ifd to aaid tal are
ivjuaaed to OUkka iiuutadiatt UajrUMU.1 to Ui
IroMihi 1st rise of Voyombor. A. D-, is".
U-i-w aUi. ilUIDIt tHwu. Adju'i.
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